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Part-Time Loss Prevention Officer
Conducts surveillance and apprehension of external theft suspects in compliance with Kohl's Ethical Standards and Apprehension Guidelines. Monitors customer and associate activity in the store to prevent potential theft of Kohl's assets. Assists in monitoring store compliance with Kohl's policies and procedures on theft deterrence, safety and operational controls. Implements and promotes store awareness programs addressing theft, safety and operational controls.
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL THEFT DETERRENCE AND AWARENESS
Monitors customer and associate activities in the store for potential theft of Kohl's assets. Takes appropriate action to prevent theft; apprehends individuals engaged in theft activity when prevention is not effective
Conducts surveillance and apprehension of external theft suspects in compliance with Kohl's Ethical Standards and Apprehension Guidelines
Assists in internal theft investigations in compliance with Kohl's Ethical Standards and Apprehension Guidelines
Accurately completes all statistical and incident reports. Maintains all apprehension and investigation records according to Kohl's standards
Develops and maintains knowledge and use of CCTV surveillance equipment
Performs other duties as assigned. Examples may include, but are not limited to: assisting in loss prevention activities in other stores, attending court hearings on Kohl's behalf, collecting public record information from local law enforcement agencies, assisting in the preparation and taking of inventory, USA counts and processing known theft markdowns
OPERATIONAL, SHORTAGE AND SAFETY CONTROLS AND AWARENESS
Assists in monitoring store compliance with Kohl's policies and procedures relating to theft deterrence, safety and operational controls, as assigned by Supervisor. Informs Supervisor and Store Management of shortage control opportunities
Participates in raising awareness to shortage control and loss prevention programs through implementation of and participation in Shortage Control and Safety Meetings, new hire orientation for associates and regular touchbases with store associates
Maintains a working knowledge of the store's alarm system and EAS system
Performs other duties as assigned. Examples may include assisting in the preparation and taking of inventory, USA counts, and processing known theft markdowns
Adheres to Kohl's policies and procedures and maintains high ethical standards
Maintains attendance and dress code according to Kohl's standards
Engages in effective dialogue with LP Supervisor, DLPM, and Store Management team
Prior experience in Loss Prevention or educational background in Loss Prevention, security or law enforcement preferred
Demonstrated ability to make decisions in stressful situations.
Strong verbal and written communication skills, basic math and reading skills and legible handwriting
Ability to spend up to 100% of working time moving around the store, including stock storage areas, office areas, and the selling floor. Physical activities include bending, stooping, lifting, climbing, standing, and reaching on a frequent basis. Associate must be capable of detaining theft suspects
Assistant Store Manager - Green Bay/Appleton, WI Market
This position plays an integral role as part of the Store Management Team. This role has the responsibility of management and supervision of all associates in all areas. Responsibilities include leading the Store in the following areas: associate development, supervision of merchandise sales areas to ensure execution according to Kohl's Best Practices, communications, analysis of business operations, expense management, and general management of the Store as part of the Store Management Team.
Provides the interpretation, administration and direction for Kohl's Service Standards (KSS), including the Customer Service Survey, "Yes We Can" Program, and other Customer Service programs
Accountable for results of Customer Service programs through the Customer Service Scorecard
Leads/directs Area Supervisors in the standard for customer issue resolution
Resolves escalated customer complaints. Determines source of issues and takes initiative to identify and resolve them
Recommends solutions to avoid future occurrences
Manages sales floor associates to meet and/or exceed Customer Service occurrences
Supports and participates in the execution of the "E3" program
Interprets, directs and leads capacity and merchandise directives
Ensures Company merchandise presentation directives and standards are met while merchandising incoming freight and replenishing the sales floor
Lead associate team to ensure total store cleanliness and recovery standards are met
Competitively shops competition and communicates results to Store Manager
Reviews business summary for sales opportunities
Oversees and audits the ad set process to ensure Company accuracy goals are achieved
Assists in reviewing replenishment schedules and execution to ensure Company in-stock goals are maintained
Supervises the credit solicitation effort of the associates to achieve store goals
Partners with Store Manager to address inventory issues from SIR report
Participates in hiring process as needed
Oversees and partners with the management team in retaining quality associates
Completes and administers annual associate reviews
Communicates and manages hourly staff so that all ethical standards and all company policies are followed
Leads store meetings as directed and ensures action plans are achieved as needed
Drives positive reinforcement and motivation to all associates
Coaches and counsels associates when necessary based on Company productivity goals
Completes and administers associate counseling documentation as necessary. Completes any needed associate counseling in accordance to company policies/HR guidelines
Assists in leading the training effort and ensures all needed training is delivered
Develops and coaches Area Supervisors to promotable levels or to assume larger areas of responsibility
INVENTORY SHORTAGE/UNIT SYSTEM ACCURACY
Supervises hourly staff to complete all price changes, callbacks, ISC memos
Partners with Loss Prevention on all inventory programs
Leads the inventory prep planning and ensures the execution is achieved
Leads and directs company USA program including re-wraps, even exchanges, ISAC Meeting, mismates, damages, defectives and store inventory shortage plans
OPERATIONS (IN STORES WITH THREE EXECUTIVES, THE OPERATIONS FUNCTION RESIDES WITH THE OPS/CFH.)
Manages stores payroll projections, productivity, and controllable expenses in relation to sales trend
Reviews scheduled vs. workload reports, directs area supervisor to edit schedules to workload
Assists in leading the total store freight team to ensure Best Practices are executed to Company standards, including:
Planning workload, setting goals and communicating goals to associates for every truck received
Frequently overseeing the truck unload process to ensure Company standards are being met
Manages non-exempt staff to resolve all district audit issues
Leads associates to maintain cleanliness standards per established guidelines for all interior and exterior areas of the store
Provides general oversight of building and equipment maintenance and upkeep, coordinates local and corporate resources to ensure ongoing and preventative maintenance of interior/exterior is achieved
Oversees the engagement of corporate facilities management for all needed building repairs
Primarily responsible for managing and coordinating all store remodeling and repair and maintenance projects; ensure Kohl's property rights are respected
Oversees efforts to adhere to all building safety requirements
Assists in the implementation and maintenance of all Company stockroom capacity and organizational guidelines
Drives store productivity through operational Best Practices
Leads the ASM and Associate team efforts to adhere to all building safety requirements
TASKS TO BE DELEGATED TO AREA SUPERVISORS/OTHER NON-EXEMPT POSITIONS
Floor and fitting room recovery
Working registers or bagging merchandise at POS
Service desk coverage
Filling in and adjusting fixtures
During the course of business and general management of the store, there may be situations that require non-exempt tasks to be physically completed by management. This is limited to situational training to further enhance associate development, while providing leadership and direction related to Kohl's best practices and while providing a visual experience when directing workflow to associates
Opens and closes the store at a minimum two nights per week
Multiple years managing a significant retail sales volume in a high-growth retailing environment
A demonstration of professional accomplishments through results-driven behavior and team development abilities
Efficient planning and organizational skills
Ability to recognize and understand available resources and utilize them to meet and exceed the store's sales plan and expense controls
Ability to lead and develop a large team of associates
Demonstrated ability to communicate with a variety of audiences
A history of anticipating challenges and developing solutions to problems at hand
Regular attendance is required
Facilities Maintenance Technician, Lodge Kohler
Facilities Maintenance Technician, Lodge Kohler
Location: GREEN BAY, WI
Are you a highly motivated and talented technician that offers a wide variety of technical skills like carpentry, mechanical, flooring, painting, electrical, pools, HVAC, drywall, and more? Does the idea of providing fundamental and preventative maintenance support to a Hospitality and Real Estate Group sound exciting to you? If so, the role of Facilities Maintenance Technician at Lodge Kohler might be a great fit for you!
As the Facilities Maintenance Technician, you will be responsible for:
Performing scheduled preventative maintenance inspections and service for specified equipment, machinery, and systems throughout the Group facilities.
Performing, or requesting from supervisor, assistance in providing, all emergency and routine maintenance work scheduled from preventative maintenance inspection results, weekly job lists, or upon request of a Hospitality business manager.
Monitoring assigned external areas of the Group facilities for safe and functional use by patrons.
Participating in training programs to develop mid-level/advanced skills, knowledge, and background as it pertains to the Group facilities.
Maintaining accurate preventative maintenance inspection reports, work schedules, backlog, and completed work order reports.
Recommending the order of maintenance spare parts and materials for repairs and/or inventory.
Maintaining storage areas in an orderly manner in compliance with all building fire and safety codes.
Communicating regularly via electronically and verbally to pass along information to the next shift and/or maintenance department for follow-up and/or awareness.
Exhibiting good interpersonal skills with both internal and external customers.
Performing other duties as assigned.
This is a full-time opportunity working varied shifts, including weekdays, weekends, and holidays.
High School graduate. Additional technical training in mechanical, electrical, carpentry, HVAC, tiling, pools, and/or plumbing preferred. Minimum of 2 years experience in a skilled trade position.
Must be a motivated tradesmen capable of working independently with little supervision.
Must be fully reliable, courteous, and maintain a favorable personal appearance.
Why Work at Kohler Co.?
Kohler Co.'s mission is to contribute to a higher level of gracious living for those who are touched by our products and services. We understand that it takes investment in our associates' development to make that happen. So, we offer ongoing investment in each individual's personal development and the opportunity to collaborate with others across functions and roles at Kohler.
In addition to the investment in your development, Kohler offers a benefits package including a competitive salary, health, vision, dental, 401(k) with company matching, and more!
Beyond the competitive benefits and compensation, Kohler proudly offers a rich history, steeped in creativity and a commitment to our associates and communities. We invite you to learn more about our culture and company at www.kohler.com.
It is Kohler's policy to recruit, hire, and promote qualified personnel in all job classifications without regard to race, creed, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, disability or veteran status. If, as an individual with a disability, you need reasonable accommodation during the recruitment process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Kohler Co. is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Store Warehouse Associate Part-Time Job
Req #: 85678
Location Name: Village At Bay Park, Ashwaubenon
At DSW, we believe in the power of shoes. We understand shoes bring out something great from within, and since 1991 we've been helping everyone feel the rush of finding that perfect pair. So when you work for DSW, you become a part of all that. A family whose core values are comprised of passion, accountability, collaboration, and humility. You become one of us, You become a Shoe Lover!
Performs general stocking duties which include processing, verifying incoming shipment, and inter-company transfers to other locations, stocking and maintaining a successful sales floor and a functioning backroom to company standard. Maintain basic knowledge of the merchandise that is sold. Will work closely with and report to Store Management Team. No direct reports required.
Reports to Warehouse Lead and General (Store) Manager
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Maintains a neat, clean, and safe environment – with fixture organization and stock supplies.
Maintain and stock sales floor, including cash wrap displays, feature areas, clearance.
Increase sales and conversion by maintaining sales floor and stockroom, enable the flow of merchandise to ensure an appealing experience to consumers
Affixes price tickets, sensor tags, properly prepare merchandise for the floor display
Unloading and processing freight deliveries
Assistance with any display modifications under the direction of warehouse lead
Support the warehouse lead to complete inventory control functions to help financial and inventory precision
Responsible for merchandise handles process, including; #PREPPED, Back stock, Unit Letters, Damages, Mismates, Fill back and stockroom organization
Assist with flexes of the stock room during seasons to ensure capacity is maximize
Assistance with all order fulfillment from stores.
Moving merchandise from shipping containers to display cases, ability to move merchandise to the storage area/sales floor – Must have the ability to handle heavy items
Responsible for processing shipping containers, must verify receipt of goods for the sales floor
Safely operate handling equipment, and keep in good condition (i.e., U-boats, scanning devices, pallet jacks etc.)
Required Skills and Competencies
Exhibits our company values consistently – Passion, Accountability, Collaboration, Humility
Demonstrates the (Here4U) customer service model daily
Ability to communicate in coherent, condensed matter, the ability to listen to others
Ability to execute basic math equations
A background with retail experience is preferred with this position
Ability to be accountable for time bound expectations
- Experience in a fast paced retail environment
- Previous Stock Associate or Warehouse Associate
- Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent
Transportation Improvement Financial Coordinator - Entry Or Adv
This position performs state and local program financial management and analytical duties in:
program and budget, scheduling, and monitoring
local agreement review
project billing and closing
This position is responsible for keeping the financial system information updated and serves as the Regional office liaison with Federal Funds Management section in Office of Management and Budget and the Financial Operations section in Division of Business Management. This position works with Regional Section Chiefs, Supervisors and Engineers in the management of financial and programming activities. With assistance from other experienced program professionals, provides interpretation, review and recommendations of financial policies, practices, procedures and problems.
This position requires financial analysis and budget and program management skills, ability to communicate effectively, and ability to coordinate with other sections of the Region, the Division, the Department and with local units of government.
WisDOT does not sponsor work visas. Any appointment made will be contingent on the applicant being able to prove valid status to work in the United States.
Prior to any appointments for position(s) filled from this announcement, candidates may be subject to a comprehensive criminal background check with may include FBI fingerprinting.
Qualified applicants at the entry level will have the following:
Experience reviewing budgets and contracts for completeness, accuracy and/or reconciliation purposes
Financial work experience (which may include budget reviews, contract reviews, scheduling, reporting, etc.)
Experience working with mainframe and web-based computer applications for financial systems (such as PeopleSoft, ADP, SAP, QuickBooks, etc.), and Microsoft applications (such as Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.)
In addition to the qualifications above, qualified applicants at the Advanced level will have the following:
- Experience with financial management (which may include large program management, budget analysis, scheduling, reporting, recommendations, etc.)
- Experience with working with Government or State funding/budgets
Financial Professional - Retirement Benefits Group - WI, Green Bay (3632)
AXA Advisors is currently seeking to onboard a new Retirement Benefits Group (RBG) Financial Professional. As an entry level RBG Financial Professional, you can accelerate your own success. You move forward as fast as you'd like, not as fast as you're told. The work environment is energetic and enthusiastic and is ideal for ambitious individuals.
Your primary focus will be providing financial education and wealth management services to those who build and serve our communities, such as:
What it takes to be a Financial Professional
You don't need to have a degree in finance or economics or a vast amount of work experience. If you're a results-driven self-starter who can take ownership and is willing to work, you will achieve success.
Characteristics of a top Financial Professional include:
A four-year college degree is preferred but not required, and relevant professional FINRA securities registrations are a plus.
If you do not have the following, you will be required to attain them, under the sponsorship of AXA Advisors: state life and health licenses, FINRA Series 7 and 63 registrations
Possesses integrity, a strong work ethic and the desire to help others plan for and protect their economic futures
Team player who possesses excellent interpersonal skills and communication abilities, with a high degree of self-confidence
Draws upon past/present experiences and acquaintances to develop markets and build upon them to sustain long-term relationships
MBA, JD, CFP®, CPA or ChFC, a plus
Benefits of working with AXA Advisors
Compensation you control plus a complete benefits package
Personalized and comprehensive training and support
Advancement and management opportunities
Work-life balance most financial careers don't offer
You will receive support that is unparalleled in the industry. To get you up and running, AXA Advisors will sponsor your pursuit of licensing requirements, and our training curriculum is designed to meet you where you are, providing you the skills and tools you need to succeed.
Career opportunities are with AXA Advisors, LLC (NY, NY 212-314-4600) member FINRA/SIPC, an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V. GE-136274(04/18)exp.04/20)
Make AXA Advisors your first choice!
If you're looking to join a growing company with career advancement opportunities, then check out LaForce!
LaForce is looking for a Hollow Metal Specialties Buyer to process and coordinate purchase orders for Specialty Products to include, but not limited to: fiberglass doors and frames, aluminum doors and frames, stainless steel doors and frames, blast and sound control doors, etc.
Review customer orders for clarity and completeness, vendor suitability, and troubleshooting.
Work with schedulers, vendors, and customers to assure that materials are specified correctly for the appropriate application.
Review material specifications and applications for order accuracy.
Negotiate with vendors to achieve optimal product selection based on profitability, lead time, and applicability of product to specifications.
Generate estimates of hollow metal specialties products for schedulers and retail sales personnel.
Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; and one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to apply basic mathematical concepts such as discounts, proportions, percentages, fractions, area, and the fundamentals of solid and plane geometry.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Must be willing to learn additional LaForce computer software.
Drug Screen, background check, driver's license check
LaForce offers great benefits and a fun, professional working environment.
401K plan with a match
Company wellness program
Keywords: Order Detailer, Purchasing Assistant, Purchasing Agent
Physician - Ophthalmologist
A Recruitment/Relocation Incentive may be authorized to highly qualified individuals.
The incumbent for this position may be eligible to apply for the Education Debt Reduction Program, depending on the type of employment, schedule, amount/type of qualifying debt, and funding availability. The employee will begin to receive the benefit upon acceptance into the program - not backdated to the date employment begins.
Learn more about this agency
The Milo C. Huempfner Ambulatory Clinic in Green Bay is a free standing facility providing Medical and Outpatient Surgical services to a diverse population of Veterans in Northeastern Wisconsin. The facility offers a wide spectrum of comprehensive health care services, using state-of-the-art technology and innovative programs to deliver outpatient-patient centered care. We have a brand new physical plant with state of the art equipment both in the surgical and clinical settings. The OR staff is well trained and has lots of experience.We are seeking a board certified General Ophthalmologist to join our existing two Optometrists to initiate the Surgical eye care program in this area. This position will involve both consultative and surgical services. There will be no night or weekend call. A Medical School is being developed here, so there will be interaction with Medical Students and possibly residents as well. This is a full time position. Full Government benefits are provided.
Qualified candidates must have a current, full and unrestricted license to practice Medicine and Surgery in a State, Territory, or Commonwealth of the United States, or in the District of Columbia and English language proficiency. The ideal candidate would have leadership skills, vision and the desire to spearhead the development of a new program and be Board certified in Ophthalmology.
Work Schedule: 8:00 am
4:30 pm, Monday
Financial Disclosure Report: Not Required
- You may be expected to travel for this position.
- Job family (Series)
0602 Medical Officer
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
United States Citizenship Required; non-citizens may only be appointed when it is not possible to recruit qualified citizens in accordance with VA Policy
Designated and/or random drug testing required
Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959
You may be required to serve a probationary period
Subject to a background/security investigation
Must be proficient in written and spoken English
Selected applicants will be required to complete an online onboarding process
United States Citizenship: Non-citizens may only be appointed when it is not possible to recruit qualified citizens in accordance with VA Policy.
Degree of doctor of medicine or an equivalent degree resulting from a course of education in medicine or osteopathic medicine. The degree must have been obtained from one of the schools approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs for the year in which the course of study was completed.
Current, full and unrestricted license to practice medicine or surgery in a State, Territory, or Commonwealth of the United States, or in the District of Columbia.
Completion of residency training, or its equivalent, approved by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs in an accredited core specialty training program leading to eligibility for board certification.
Proficiency in spoken and written English.
Physical requirements outlined below.
- Board certified/eligible
Reference: VA Regulations, specifically VA Handbook 5005, Part II, Appendix G-2 Physician Qualification Standard. This can be found in the local Human Resources Office.
Note: Only education or degrees recognized by the U.S. Department of Education from accredited colleges, universities, schools, or institutions may be used to qualify for Federal employment. You can verify your education here: http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/. If you are using foreign education to meet qualification requirements, you must send a Certificate of Foreign Equivalency with your transcript in order to receive credit for that education. For further information, visit: http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ous/international/usnei/us/edlite-visitus-forrecog.html.
Operations Specialist - S
The Operations Specialists - Seasonal is responsible for non-systems duties such as delivering supplies/materials to offices, basic maintenance repairs and assisting with annual set up/closing of offices.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Perform basic building maintenance such as replacing light bulbs, replacing ceiling tiles, minor low voltage electrical work and repairing broken items. If the task is complex and requires a certified technician to complete the repair, the District Operations Coordinator (DOC) will be notified.
Delivery, transfer and basic set up of office technology (i.e., hardware setup).
Delivers supplies and materials to and from tax offices.
Assist with the annual set up and closing of seasonal tax offices including setting office to planogram, ensuring offices cleanliness and office meets overall brand standards.
Attend training required for the position.
Confirm that the office is properly secured when leaving the office after hours.
Other duties as assigned by the District Operations Coordinator, or in partnership with other managerial staff.
- Completion of a high school diploma or equivalent
Skills and Experience:
Basic reading skills
Knowledge of Outlook, and other web based programs
Ability to drive a motor vehicle and possess a valid driver's license and adequate insurance as required by state law. Also must have a good driving record.
Must be able to work independently.
Molecular Enterprise Director
Quidel Corporation is a leading manufacturer of diagnostic healthcare solutions serving to enhance the health and well-being of people around the globe with well-known and respected products that provide healthcare professionals with accurate and cost-effective diagnostic information at the point of care (POC). Our core competencies and capabilities focus on immunoassay and molecular testing in the areas of: infectious disease, women's health, and virology.
We're looking for a Molecular expert with sales experience!!
SUMMARY OF POSITION:
Primary responsibilities are to develop, maintain, and expand molecular opportunities in key targeted accounts in varying markets and channels of distribution, and to manage and leverage these opportunities in order to drive continuous growth and profitability for Quidel Corporation. Identifies, engages, and influences Key Opinion Leaders and laboratory heads at high complexity molecular labs with an emphasis on driving sales of FDA Cleared molecular products, and establishing evaluations of pre-FDA cleared molecular products, and the sale of RUO and IUO molecular products. Identifies and engages Key Opinion Leaders through their scientific studies as an avenue to expand associated business opportunities for Quidel's molecular program. Performs GAP analysis, competitive market assessments and reviews along with voice of customer research.
Achieves or exceeds sales goals for Quidel Molecular products.
Establishes positive working relationships with decision makers at the highest relevant level within Integrated Delivery Networks, (IDNs) and affiliated accounts with objectives to provide solutions that drive adoption of Quidel Molecular testing, and coordinate implementation through regional sales teams.
Develops and coordinates the sales strategy for Quidel Molecular which includes utilization of Quidel's portfolio of molecular products.
Negotiates and implements Finance-approved long and short-term contracts and provides quarterly updates on the status of those contracts.
Conducts periodic business reviews and implements business plans that facilitate corporate Molecular goals and objectives.
Coordinates participation and attendance at important industry and account functions including conventions, professional associations, and product fairs.
Coordinates with regional teams to drive the adoption rate of Quidel's Molecular products.
Cultivates relationships and Influences Key Opinion Leaders and Laboratory Heads at high complexity molecular labs with a focus on establishing evaluations for pre-FDA cleared molecular products, and the sale of RUO and IUO molecular products.
Supports the training of end users, primarily on high value or newly introduced products, to gather laboratory feedback. Provides assistance with national accounts, reference and other high value labs as requested
Identifies and develops relationships with Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs)
Travels with field team members where appropriate to engage KOLs directly and support field sales efforts
Manage expense budget within corporate guidelines.
Develop and implement expense plans for key acute care accounts.
Track and measure financial results and provide reporting to Quidel's key management.
Proactively communicates to Quidel management and Account managers to provide feedback on current molecular market conditions.
Provides continuous feedback on market events, market trends or changes that effect Quidel molecular business development
Carries out duties in compliance with established business policies and adheres to Quidel's safety and quality values.
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