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Commissioner - Wind

Requisition Number 17-0030

Post Date 7/26/2017

Title Commissioner - Wind

City

Variouse USA

Country

United States

Description FieldCore, a GE company, is a new, independent industrial field services company that will deliver the highest standard of field services excellence and capabilities for GE and its customers. FieldCore will bring together the field services expertise and people from both Granite Services and GE’s Power Services into one powerhouse. Driven by the values of safety, quality, and integrity, FieldCore will be built to deliver operational excellence for customers in the power generation, oil & gas, nuclear, and wind power markets. Summary FieldCore will be hiring through 2017 for Wind Technicians. Wind Commissioning Technicians are responsible for initial startup and operation of GE wind turbines. Acts as part of a team to achieve safe and efficient operation following satisfactory turnover from GE’s designated construction contractor. Perform the initial startup on the turbine. Synchronize turbine to the grid and prepare it for normal operations, work is 80% Electrical, 20% Mechanical. Will be part of a team that performs maintenance, electrical repair and modification to Wind Turbines Duties and Responsibilities: + Climb 300 feet wind tower multiple times each day (There are two to three decks between the bottom and yaw decks to take a break if needed).

  • Successfully complete site training including GE EHS Climb Test + Understanding of basic AC/DC electrical circuits and ability to T/S and conduct circuit analysis (24VDC, 166VDC, 120, 230, 400, 575, 690VAC) Understanding of PLC Controls is a plus + Mechanical aspects include but not limited to oil/oil filter changes, lubrication, generator to gearbox alignments and torquing + Work at heights of up to 300+ feet + Work in confined space(s) + Lift and move objects up to 50 pounds + Work outside in extreme temperatures and weather conditions. (i.e. Desert in the summer and freezing conditions in the winter) + Must have one to three years of electrical background + Comprehend and retain provided safety training and be able to follow safety procedures at all times.

  • 10 hour OSHA Safety training qualified + Must use/wear proper PPE i.e. hard hats, steel toe boots, gloves, climbing gear, lanyards/lad safe and harness + Pass the 1.5MW turbine training course + Completed the EHS requirements for commissioning and adherence + Proficient with electrical test equipment + Proficient at reading electrical schematics + High level computer skills including understanding of network communications (IP addressing) + Proficient at troubleshooting electrical circuits + Mechanical skills include understanding of bolt torque, bearing lubrication, Heating and + Ventilation

  • Responsible for immediate report of errors, violations or problems to Granite lead for action.

  • Responsible for performing all tasks assigned by the site management.

  • Extended times of travel and work overtime in a moments notice.

  • Education/Experience/Training:Two year technical degree or equivalent experience with a minimum 3 years experience as a technician.- - - + We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and vets.

  • For more information regarding affirmative action and equal employment opportunity click here at http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf .

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Associate Commissioner, Statewide System Of Support

Associate Commissioner Statewide System of Support The Associate Commissioner for the Statewide System of Support (SSofS) directs and sets policy for Massachusetts’ delivery network of assistance designed to strengthen the state’s lowest performing schools and districts. The Associate Commissioner leads the organization, recruitment, deployment, professional development, evaluation and practice of highly qualified assistance providers who support school and district leaders to rapidly transform their schools into higher performing schools that meet the varied needs of all of their learners.

Using a range of state policy levers, data, collaborative structures and a strong evidence base on effective turnaround practices, the Associate Commissioner leads work that balances strong partnerships with districts and schools and accountability for results to turnaround the state’s lowest performing schools and districts. Among the key responsibilities are: 1. Lead four offices within the Statewide System of Support that provide direct assistance and resources to turnaround the state’s lowest performing schools and districts and to enhance their systems and capacity to sustainably raise student performance and outcomes.

The offices include: • District and School Turnaround (ODST) which provides direct support to 8 of the state’s largest highest poverty Level 3 and 4 districts and their schools. ODST collaborates with district and school leaders to improve student outcomes through identification and sharing of strategies for capacity-building, resource allocation, strategic planning, implementation, and progress monitoring in order to rapidly turnaround their low performing schools and strengthen district systems for sustainable instructional improvement. • Regional System of Support (RSS) leads the regional targeted assistance delivery system to small and medium sized Level 3 and 4 districts and their schools through the District and School Assistance Centers (DSACs). Using regional teams composed of former superintendents, former principals and data and content support, the DSACs provide assistance through a range of approaches including training, networking, grant-making and a focus on evidence based practices to support turnaround for struggling schools and districts. • Systems for Student Success (SfSS) designs and provides turnaround resources and expertise that enhance integrated, tiered and systemic approaches to supporting the social emotional and academic needs of all students, and especially students living in poverty. • Effective Practices for Turnaround (OEPT) supports the Statewide System of Support and districts in identifying best practices in turnaround and ensuring these practices impact policy and are embedded into practice. Through the collection and analysis of various sources of turnaround data, a range of resources and training are developed and disseminated that build capacity to use strong research baaed practices for turnaround.

This office also oversees implementation of the statutory requirements related underperforming schools, the allocation of federal school improvement grant resources to support turnaround schools, as well as a system for monitoring progress in underperforming and chronically underperforming schools implementing turnaround strategies. • While not directly supervising this work, the Associate Commissioner for the Statewide System of Support closely coordinates with the Office of Strategic Transformation (OST) within the Center for District Support which is responsible for the implementation of state receivership and similar arrangements. 2. Lead the integration and alignment of the assistance provided through the offices within the Statewide System of Support, ensuring high quality and coordinated implementation, and equitable distribution of resources and supports for the state’s lowest performing districts and schools. Assume leadership of a two-year strategic redesign of SSofS delivery systems that is currently in development. 3.

Establish strategic policy and direction within the SSofS for the delivery of assistance including a focus on cultural proficiency and anti-racism strategies, data informed decision-making and continuous improvement, maximizing the implementation of research based practices, as well as ensuring a strong partnership with schools and districts for improvement. 4. Continuously review and improve the structures, resources, strategies, and implementation of the assistance systems to address the needs of low performing schools and districts and enhance their systems and knowledge to significantly improve student achievement and outcomes. 5. Ensure that the SSofS is aligned with federal and state statutory requirements and lead any adjustments to the system and programs as necessary. 6.

Establish systems for measuring the impact and evaluating the programs and services provided by the Statewide System of Support to ensure that the supports that are provided help the districts and schools improve outcomes for students and address the accountability expectations for which they have been identified. 7. Collaborate across ESE with a range of offices including Accountability, Curriculum and Instruction, English Language Acquisition and Academic Achievement, Special Education Planning and Policy, Public School Monitoring to align resources and interventions. 8. Collaborate with partner organizations to build and enhance integrated and aligned models of assistance and accountability. 9.

Lead the development, management, prioritization and oversight of the federal and state budgets and other financial matters for the Statewide System of Support. 10. Oversee administrative responsibilities including contracting, grant-making, and legislative reporting for the Statewide System of Support.

Supervision Received The Associate Commissioner for the Statewide System of Support receives general supervision from the Senior Associate Commissioner of the Center for District Support.

Supervision Exercised The Associate Commissioner for the Statewide System of Support directly supervises the Directors of each of the offices within the Statewide System of Support as well as the Regional Assistance Directors leading the regional District and School Assistance Centers. Relationships with Others The Associate Commissioner for the Statewide System of Support has key contacts and relationships with school and district leaders and other high level public officials, executive leaders of partner organizations and research institutions, citizen groups, agency staff , and other federal, state and local agencies.

Preferred Qualifications: Advanced degree in Educational Leadership/Administration, Public Administration, or related field of study required. Doctorate strongly preferred.

Recent successful experience as a state, district and/or school leader or in a leadership position in an educational policy or management organization, Demonstrated expertise in leading or supporting low-performing schools or districts to turnaround and significantly improve student achievement and outcomes.

This should include strong background and expertise in research based practices in instruction, assessment, curriculum, professional development, data analysis, program evaluation and accountability, as well as demonstrated success with promoting high achievement for students in poverty, students of color, English learners, and/or students in special education. Demonstrated expertise in designing and managing complex systems, Demonstrated expertise with proven results in providing professional development, facilitating teams and/or coaching to school and/or district leaders. Strong understanding of adult learning strategies, Demonstrated expertise in data-driven, results-oriented strategic planning, data management and use, and data-informed decision making, Experience working as a contributing member of a diverse team, Ability to model and encourage others to leverage technology to increase impact and efficiency, for example to promote effective teaming and resource-sharing among individuals working from locations across the state, Experience working with state education agencies and state-level education organizations (such as for school committees, unions, principal associations, etc), Familiarity with Massachusetts education context, and Proven expertise in budgeting and financial management.

Professional Characteristics Should Include: /Problem analysis/– ability to seek out relevant data and analyze complex information /Judgment/– ability to reach logical conclusions and make sound decisions that are well documented /Organization/– ability to effectively plan, schedule and manage workflow /Decisiveness/– ability to recognize when a decision is required and to take action /Leadership/– ability to get others involved in solving problems and to guide them to the accomplishment of objectives/tasks /Human Relations/– ability to perceive the needs, concerns and personal problems of others; skilled in resolving conflicts /Stress Tolerance/– ability to respond appropriately and perform to high standards under pressure and when facing resistance/opposition /Oral Communications/– ability to make a clear and compelling oral presentation of facts, ideas and opinions /Written Communication/– ability to clearly present information and express ideas in writing for varied audiences /Self-direction/– ability to identify needs, organize tasks and take action with minimal supervision/direction /Personal Motivation/– demonstrated commitment to achieve high quality in professional activities; evidence that work is important to personal satisfaction /Collaboration/– demonstrated ability to work cooperatively with groups to define, develop and achieve work objectives; capacity and willingness to receive and positively respond to constructive criticism/feedback /Adaptability/– capacity and willingness to successfully adapt to evolving work expectations, activities and conditions Questions regarding this posting or the application process should be referred to Dawn DeRoche atdderoche@doe.mass.eduor 781-338-6101. This requisition will remain open until filled. MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have at least (A) seven (7) years of full-time or, equivalent part-time, professional, administrative, supervisory, or managerial experience in business administration, business management, public administration, public management, clinical administration or clinical management of which (B) at least three (3) years must have been in a managerial capacity.

An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Job:Management

Organization:Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Title:Associate Commissioner, Statewide System of Support

Location:Massachusetts-Malden - 75 Pleasant Street

Requisition ID:170003Z9



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Commissioner - Wind

Requisition Number 17-0030

Post Date 7/26/2017

Title Commissioner - Wind

City

Variouse USA

Country

United States

Description FieldCore, a GE company, is a new, independent industrial field services company that will deliver the highest standard of field services excellence and capabilities for GE and its customers. FieldCore will bring together the field services expertise and people from both Granite Services and GE’s Power Services into one powerhouse. Driven by the values of safety, quality, and integrity, FieldCore will be built to deliver operational excellence for customers in the power generation, oil & gas, nuclear, and wind power markets. Summary FieldCore will be hiring through 2017 for Wind Technicians. Wind Commissioning Technicians are responsible for initial startup and operation of GE wind turbines. Acts as part of a team to achieve safe and efficient operation following satisfactory turnover from GE’s designated construction contractor. Perform the initial startup on the turbine. Synchronize turbine to the grid and prepare it for normal operations, work is 80% Electrical, 20% Mechanical. Will be part of a team that performs maintenance, electrical repair and modification to Wind Turbines Duties and Responsibilities: + Climb 300 feet wind tower multiple times each day (There are two to three decks between the bottom and yaw decks to take a break if needed).

  • Successfully complete site training including GE EHS Climb Test + Understanding of basic AC/DC electrical circuits and ability to T/S and conduct circuit analysis (24VDC, 166VDC, 120, 230, 400, 575, 690VAC) Understanding of PLC Controls is a plus + Mechanical aspects include but not limited to oil/oil filter changes, lubrication, generator to gearbox alignments and torquing + Work at heights of up to 300+ feet + Work in confined space(s) + Lift and move objects up to 50 pounds + Work outside in extreme temperatures and weather conditions. (i.e. Desert in the summer and freezing conditions in the winter) + Must have one to three years of electrical background + Comprehend and retain provided safety training and be able to follow safety procedures at all times.

  • 10 hour OSHA Safety training qualified + Must use/wear proper PPE i.e. hard hats, steel toe boots, gloves, climbing gear, lanyards/lad safe and harness + Pass the 1.5MW turbine training course + Completed the EHS requirements for commissioning and adherence + Proficient with electrical test equipment + Proficient at reading electrical schematics + High level computer skills including understanding of network communications (IP addressing) + Proficient at troubleshooting electrical circuits + Mechanical skills include understanding of bolt torque, bearing lubrication, Heating and + Ventilation

  • Responsible for immediate report of errors, violations or problems to Granite lead for action.

  • Responsible for performing all tasks assigned by the site management.

  • Extended times of travel and work overtime in a moments notice.

  • Education/Experience/Training:Two year technical degree or equivalent experience with a minimum 3 years experience as a technician.- - - + We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and vets.

  • For more information regarding affirmative action and equal employment opportunity click here at http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf .

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Attorney Manager (Civil Service Exempt) [Oic 7855]

Description This recruitment has been revised and is being re-opened to expand the candidate pool. If you previously applied, you do not need to re-apply.

OIC CAREER OPPORTUNITY The Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC) is currently recruiting for a civil service exempt

Attorney Manager in the Legal Affairs division out of our Tumwater, WA office. This management position reports directly to the Deputy Insurance Commissioner for Legal Affairs and is charged with ensuring the smooth, efficient and well documented flow of litigation from referral through the hearing process; including reporting and coordination with other divisions within the agency.

This position assigns work and directly supervises a team on Insurance Enforcement Specialists. As a supervisor, this position is responsible for developing legal processes and standard work as well as any necessary training and skills development of legal staff. This position is also responsible for developing and monitoring data-driven performance management, including data generation and retention, appropriate work-leveling, quality and efficiency expectations, and design of performance measures and reports for the Legal Affairs division. If you're interested in a dynamic career that protects consumers' interests and promotes a healthy business environment in this state, please apply and become part of our dynamic team.

This recruitment may be used to establish a qualified pool of candidates for agency-wide vacancies in the next six months.

AGENCY PROFILE AND VALUES The Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC) operates under the direction of the state's Insurance Commissioner, a statewide elected official. The agency's mission is to provide consumer protection and regulation of the state's insurance industry.

With a workforce of approximately 240 employees, we are one of the smaller state agencies in Washington state government and are fortunate to have a stable funding source that does not rely on the state's general fund. The OIC values its employees and diversity in the workplace. We challenge our employees to continuously improve the way we do business, and to meet and exceed the needs of our customers. To learn more about this agency, we invite you to visit our website at http://www.insurance.wa.gov/.

BENEFITS OF WORKING FOR OIC As an eligible state employee, Washington State offers: * An outstanding benefits package and retirement plans. * Training and development opportunities, including tuition reimbursement. * Free parking at our main office in Tumwater. * A stable funding source that does not rely on the state's general fund. * The fulfillment of public service. * We honor diversity in the workplace and support one another with respect and trust. Duties

Duties of this position include: * Assign cases, requests for opinions, and other work to the Insurance Enforcement Specialists ensuring workload leveling and opportunity for development.

  • Coordinate division legislative activities including assignments and timely completion of requested analysis.

  • Conduct regular 1:1 meetings with supervised staff to monitor performance and emerging issues.

  • Ensure the quality and consistency of individual Insurance Enforcement Specialists work, including identifying and developing necessary training, templates and interactive forms.

  • Review all unsubstantiated investigation referrals to the legal unit and render final division decisions.

  • Run the Producer Enforcement Group (PEG), which determines enforcement actions on all actions statewide related to producer license holders.

  • Coordinate with other Legal Affairs managers.

  • Develop guidelines and procedures within the legal unit for Insurance Enforcement Specialists to ensure consistent and efficient output of legal services including litigation, opinions and guidance.

  • Receive referrals from within the agency for enforcement against companies, licensees, and unauthorized entities.

  • Research relevant law and comparable cases to determine a range of appropriate agency action using a variety of materials, including Lexis, publications, and internal databases. Qualifications

Required Qualifications: * A law degree from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law (preferably in WA state).

  • At least three years of experience as a litigating attorney in an area of civil practice with an emphasis on regulation or compliance.

  • Litigation skills and experience including motions - written discovery, motions practice, and tactics for brief writing and filing with oral argument and witness testimony.

  • Experience in government regulation or enforcement.

  • At least three years of experience in program or personnel management at the operations level of an organization.

  • Working knowledge of RCWs, WACs policies and procedures in a governmental setting.

  • Ability to travel, occasionally, to hearings, collaboration with coworkers at other work sites and to work with fellow regulators.

Preferred Qualifications: * Experience with data-based performance management.

  • At least two years of experience in insurance industry or insurance regulation field of practice.

  • At least three years of supervisory experience in a state or federal regulatory program..

Position Specific competencies: * Enforcing laws, rules and regulations:

Enforces laws, rules and regulations in a way that the public perceives as fair, objective and reasonable. * Analysis, decision-making and judgment:

Identifies key facts in a range of data. Applies logic and complex layers of rules to analyze and categorize complicated information. Sees underlying principles, patterns or themes in an array of related information.

Makes timely, informed decisions that take into account the facts, goals, constraints and risks. * Development and continual learning: Displays ongoing commitment to learning and self-improvement. * Aligns the direction, services and performance of the division: Seeks to understand other programs in the division and agency, including their services,, staff, customers and stakeholders. Agency core competencies include: * Respect, recognition and inclusiveness:

Engages in constructive working relationships characterized by a high level of acceptance, cooperation, and mutual respect; helps create a work environment that embraces and appreciates diversity; and, recognizes contributions of others within the organization (to include subordinates and peers) --- all of which will enhance the attainment of organizational goals. * Accountability: Demonstrates understanding of the link between job responsibilities and organizational goals. Accepts personal responsibility and accountability for the quality and timeliness of own work, and adhering to agency processes/policies.

Manages his or her own performance to meet expectations and achieve expected results. * Communication and Collaboration: Actively listens and engages in open, respectful, and cooperative manner. Conveys messages that are effective in communicating information and ideas with others. * Customer Focus: - Builds and maintains internal and external customer satisfaction with services offered by the organization, both regulatory and consumer based.

Demonstrates sensitivity to public's perceptions and attitudes. * Professionalism and Integrity: Through consistent honesty, forthrightness, and professionalism in all interactions, earns the trust, respect and confidence of co-workers and customers. * Leadership:

Inspires, motivates, and brings out the best in others.

Guides team members toward a shared vision and accomplishment of goals. Displays balanced thinking that combines analysis, wisdom, experience and perspective. * Strategic Management: Seeing the long-range picture, aligns the direction, resources, products, services and performance of the division/program with the OIC Strategic Plan.

When appropriate, embraces changing business needs and adapts approach, goals, and methods to achieve success. * Human Resource Management:

Effectively manages human resources in a consistent and equitable manner. Supplemental Information

Compensation:Salary will depend on qualifications (up to $95,000 annually).

How to Apply: Applications for this recruitment will be accepted electronically.

Please select the large green "apply" button at the top of this announcement. If you have not done so previously, you will need to set up a profile. To be considered for this position you will need to answer the supplemental questions, and attach a letter of interest, resume and three professional references. Your letter of interest should describe how your experience, training and education make you a viable and competitive candidate for this position.

In accordance with RCW 48.02.090(5), Office of Insurance Commissioner employees are prohibited from having any interest, directly or indirectly, in an insurance company other than as a policy holder. This prohibition includes the receipt of renewal commissions.

Contact us: For inquiries about this position, please contact Chuck Johnson at 360.725.7004. Employment, Education and Criminal History VerificationDegree/Credential Verification:

If a degree or other credentials are listed by the candidate, proof will be required at the finalist stage; therefore, candidates are encouraged to pre-plan for this Background Check: Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the position.

The Office of Insurance Commissioner is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity/expression, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, religion or beliefs, political affiliation, military status, honorably discharged veteran, recently separated or other protected veteran status, the presence of any sensory, mental, physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability, equal pay or genetic information. Persons requiring accommodation in the application process or need this job announcement in an alternative format may contact the recruiter listed above. Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing may call through Washington Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1. Salary: Depends on Qualifications Location: Thurston County – Tumwater, WA Job Type: Full Time - Permanent Department: Office of the Insurance Commissioner Job Number: 2017-07855 Closing: 10/2/2017 11:59 PM Pacific Agency: State of Washington Address: View Job Posting for Agency Information View Job Posting for Location, Washington, 98504. Phone: View Posting for Agency Contact Website: http://www.careers.wa.gov



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Commissioner - Wind

Requisition Number 17-0030

Post Date 7/26/2017

Title Commissioner - Wind

City

Variouse USA

Country

United States

Description FieldCore, a GE company, is a new, independent industrial field services company that will deliver the highest standard of field services excellence and capabilities for GE and its customers. FieldCore will bring together the field services expertise and people from both Granite Services and GE’s Power Services into one powerhouse. Driven by the values of safety, quality, and integrity, FieldCore will be built to deliver operational excellence for customers in the power generation, oil & gas, nuclear, and wind power markets. Summary FieldCore will be hiring through 2017 for Wind Technicians. Wind Commissioning Technicians are responsible for initial startup and operation of GE wind turbines. Acts as part of a team to achieve safe and efficient operation following satisfactory turnover from GE’s designated construction contractor. Perform the initial startup on the turbine. Synchronize turbine to the grid and prepare it for normal operations, work is 80% Electrical, 20% Mechanical. Will be part of a team that performs maintenance, electrical repair and modification to Wind Turbines Duties and Responsibilities: + Climb 300 feet wind tower multiple times each day (There are two to three decks between the bottom and yaw decks to take a break if needed).

  • Successfully complete site training including GE EHS Climb Test + Understanding of basic AC/DC electrical circuits and ability to T/S and conduct circuit analysis (24VDC, 166VDC, 120, 230, 400, 575, 690VAC) Understanding of PLC Controls is a plus + Mechanical aspects include but not limited to oil/oil filter changes, lubrication, generator to gearbox alignments and torquing + Work at heights of up to 300+ feet + Work in confined space(s) + Lift and move objects up to 50 pounds + Work outside in extreme temperatures and weather conditions. (i.e. Desert in the summer and freezing conditions in the winter) + Must have one to three years of electrical background + Comprehend and retain provided safety training and be able to follow safety procedures at all times.

  • 10 hour OSHA Safety training qualified + Must use/wear proper PPE i.e. hard hats, steel toe boots, gloves, climbing gear, lanyards/lad safe and harness + Pass the 1.5MW turbine training course + Completed the EHS requirements for commissioning and adherence + Proficient with electrical test equipment + Proficient at reading electrical schematics + High level computer skills including understanding of network communications (IP addressing) + Proficient at troubleshooting electrical circuits + Mechanical skills include understanding of bolt torque, bearing lubrication, Heating and + Ventilation

  • Responsible for immediate report of errors, violations or problems to Granite lead for action.

  • Responsible for performing all tasks assigned by the site management.

  • Extended times of travel and work overtime in a moments notice.

  • Education/Experience/Training:Two year technical degree or equivalent experience with a minimum 3 years experience as a technician.- - - + We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and vets.

  • For more information regarding affirmative action and equal employment opportunity click here at http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf .

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Fish And Game Commissioner

Seeker must have a reputation for being dependable, honest and integrity. Must be an enrolled member of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux tribes or eligible for enrollment.

Must have a valid Montana drivers license. Will meet on as needed basis.



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Assistant Commissioner Of Assessment, Box P12-1618/13500

Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must have a Master’s Degree or higher and have relevant senior level leadership and management experience including a record of proven results and responsibility for a major complex office or institution of higher education, education or government including professional and educational experience related to large-scale K-12 student assessment.


Duties Description The New York State Education Department


’s Office of Educational Policy is seeking candidates to fill the position of Assistant Commissioner of Assessment. The Office of State Assessment is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive testing program for grade K-12 students that measures student progress on the New York State Learning Standards and for developing and implementing the new teacher certification examinations aligned to the New York State Teaching Standards and school leader examinations. Duties of this position will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Direct the work of a Statewide operation including test development, test administration, psychometrics, data analysis & research, special populations testing, art and design, and teacher certification exams (approximately 80 employees); * Oversee all aspects of the development and administration of the assessments within the New York State Testing Program;

  • Oversee the development of the new teacher and school leader certification examinations;

  • Manage the development of proposals and procurements as relates to student assessment;

  • Oversee the development of policy and guidance to ensure New York State’s (NYS) compliance with federal and state laws and regulations;

  • Ensure that technical assistance related to assessment is provided to school districts, parents and other stakeholders in NYS; * Direct the alignment of policies and procedures for student assessment in NYS; * Manage the implementation of networks of technical assistance and professional development statewide to support schools, parents and educators;

  • Maintain ongoing dialogue with stakeholders for all issues related to student assessment in NYS and ensure timely and informative communication;

  • Ensure the appropriate membership and operation of the Commissioner’s Technical Advisory Committee for Assessment;

  • Work in collaboration with the Office of Counsel relative to all aspects of student assessment in NYS; * Represents NYS at national and regional conferences devoted to student assessment;

  • Work closely with internal NYSED offices, specifically with the Office of Curriculum and Instruction, to ensure a high quality assessment program; and

  • Work in collaboration with external stakeholders and advocacy groups in support of quality student assessment.

Additional Comments CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:


This position is in the exempt class and the incumbent will serve at the discretion of the Commissioner of Education. This position will be located in either Albany or New York City.

*Salary will be commensurate with Education and Experience. APPLICATION: Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until a candidate is appointed. Qualified candidates should send a resume and letter of interest by to p12jobs@nysed.gov (email submissions are preferred). You must include the Box number (P12-1618/13500) of the position in the subject line of your email to ensure receipt of your application.


Notes on Applying APPLICATION:


Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until a candidate is appointed. Qualified candidates should send a resume and letter of interest by to p12jobs@nysed.gov (email submissions are preferred). You must include the Box number (P12-1618/13500) of the position in the subject line of your email to ensure receipt of your application.

Date Posted: 12/21/16 Applications Due: 12/28/17 Vacancy ID: 35422 Agency: Education Department, State Title: Assistant Commissioner of Assessment, Box P12-1618/13500 Occupational Category: No Preference Salary Grade: NS Bargaining Unit: PS&T; - Professional, Scientific, and Technical (PEF) Salary Range: From $0 to $0 Annually Employment Type: Full-Time Appointment Type: Permanent Jurisdictional Class: Exempt Class Travel Percentage: 0% Workweek: Mon-Fri Hours Per Week: 37.5 From: 9 AM To: 5 PM Flextime allowed?: No Mandatory overtime?: No Compressed workweek allowed?: No Telecommuting allowed?: No County: Albany City: Albany State: NY Zip Code: 12234 Name: Office of Human Resources Management Telephone: (518) 474-5215 Fax: (518) 486-5631 Email Address: p12jobs@nysed.gov Street Address: Office of Education Policy Office of State Assessment Street: New York State Education Department 89 Washington Avenue, Room 528 EB


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Secretary, Box Cfo-301/00003

Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATION: Candidates must have at least five years of progressively responsible secretarial experience, including well-developed secretarial, administrative, and computer skills, the ability to determine office priorities, and the capacity for independent action, judgment and confidentiality. In addition, candidates must be tactful and discreet in handling complex and controversial matters and have an awareness of the need for close and confidential operating procedures within the office.


Duties Description The New York State Education Department


’s Office of the Commissioner of Education is seeking applicants for an exempt class Secretary position. The responsibilities of this office are diverse, extensive, and demanding and require the secretarial and administrative assistance of an extremely organized, competent and efficient staff. The incumbent of this position must be comfortable with the demands of working in an office that is at the center of activities concerning the daily operations of the Department and be extremely flexible to accommodate constantly changing priorities and workload. The Secretary will coordinate administrative office operations and discreetly, tactfully, and confidentially address sensitive issues. The Secretary will work independently and in a confidential manner to perform the following duties, including but not limited to:

  • Coordinate, analyze, prioritize and schedule the Commissioner’s calendar which includes visits to school districts, meetings with outside constituents and speech engagements;

  • Schedule meetings and conferences; gather required materials in a timely manner;

  • Manage and schedule the monthly meetings for Commissioner with Department stakeholders;

  • Manage and schedule the Board of Regents’ monthly briefing calls;

  • Gather and provide material for the Commissioner to use in developing talking points for speech preparation;

  • Assist in preparation and distribution of letters, information and reports to the Board of Regents; Respond to callers; and prepare correspondence on the Commissioner’s behalf;

  • Coordinate office support activities including the flow of assignments through the Department’s electronic correspondence tracking system; and assign work and monitor assignments to ensure timelines are met and priorities are addressed; and

  • Work with the Executive Deputy Commissioner and the OMS Director of Operations on the day to day operations of the office.

Additional Comments CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:


This will be an exempt position and the incumbent will serve at the pleasure of the Commissioner of Education. The incumbent of this position will need to be available to work outside of normal business hours on an as needed basis. Applicants should be aware that changes in negotiating units may affect their salary, insurance, and other benefits. Filling of this position is contingent upon Division of Budget approval. APPLICATION: Qualified candidates should send a resume and letter of interest to omsjobs@nysed.gov. (Email submissions preferred.) You must include the Box number (CFO-301/00003) of the position in the subject line of your email and/or cover letter to ensure receipt of your application.


Notes on Applying APPLICATION:


Qualified candidates should send a resume and letter of interest to omsjobs@nysed.gov. (Email submissions preferred.) You must include the Box number (CFO-301/00003) of the position in the subject line of your email and/or cover letter to ensure receipt of your application.

Date Posted: 04/05/17 Applications Due: 04/26/20 Vacancy ID: 38155 Agency: Education Department, State Title: Secretary, Box CFO-301/00003 Occupational Category: Clerical, Secretarial, Office Aide Salary Grade: NS Bargaining Unit: M/C - Management / Confidential (Unrepresented) Salary Range: From $51905 to $64409 Annually Employment Type: Full-Time Appointment Type: Permanent Jurisdictional Class: Competitive Class Travel Percentage: 0% Workweek: Mon-Fri Hours Per Week: 37.5 From: 8 AM To: 5 PM Flextime allowed?: No Mandatory overtime?: No Compressed workweek allowed?: No Telecommuting allowed?: No County: Albany City: Albany State: NY Zip Code: 12234 Name: Office of Human Resources Management Telephone: (518) 474-5215 Fax: (518) 486-5631 Email Address: omsjobs@nysed.gov Street Address: Office of the Chief Financial Officer Office of the Commissioner of Education Street: NYS Education Department 89 Washington Avenue, OHRM, Room 528 EB


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Commissioner - Wind

Requisition Number 17-0030

Post Date 7/26/2017

Title Commissioner - Wind

City

Variouse USA

Country

United States

Description FieldCore, a GE company, is a new, independent industrial field services company that will deliver the highest standard of field services excellence and capabilities for GE and its customers. FieldCore will bring together the field services expertise and people from both Granite Services and GE’s Power Services into one powerhouse. Driven by the values of safety, quality, and integrity, FieldCore will be built to deliver operational excellence for customers in the power generation, oil & gas, nuclear, and wind power markets. Summary FieldCore will be hiring through 2017 for Wind Technicians. Wind Commissioning Technicians are responsible for initial startup and operation of GE wind turbines. Acts as part of a team to achieve safe and efficient operation following satisfactory turnover from GE’s designated construction contractor. Perform the initial startup on the turbine. Synchronize turbine to the grid and prepare it for normal operations, work is 80% Electrical, 20% Mechanical. Will be part of a team that performs maintenance, electrical repair and modification to Wind Turbines Duties and Responsibilities: + Climb 300 feet wind tower multiple times each day (There are two to three decks between the bottom and yaw decks to take a break if needed).

  • Successfully complete site training including GE EHS Climb Test + Understanding of basic AC/DC electrical circuits and ability to T/S and conduct circuit analysis (24VDC, 166VDC, 120, 230, 400, 575, 690VAC) Understanding of PLC Controls is a plus + Mechanical aspects include but not limited to oil/oil filter changes, lubrication, generator to gearbox alignments and torquing + Work at heights of up to 300+ feet + Work in confined space(s) + Lift and move objects up to 50 pounds + Work outside in extreme temperatures and weather conditions. (i.e. Desert in the summer and freezing conditions in the winter) + Must have one to three years of electrical background + Comprehend and retain provided safety training and be able to follow safety procedures at all times.

  • 10 hour OSHA Safety training qualified + Must use/wear proper PPE i.e. hard hats, steel toe boots, gloves, climbing gear, lanyards/lad safe and harness + Pass the 1.5MW turbine training course + Completed the EHS requirements for commissioning and adherence + Proficient with electrical test equipment + Proficient at reading electrical schematics + High level computer skills including understanding of network communications (IP addressing) + Proficient at troubleshooting electrical circuits + Mechanical skills include understanding of bolt torque, bearing lubrication, Heating and + Ventilation

  • Responsible for immediate report of errors, violations or problems to Granite lead for action.

  • Responsible for performing all tasks assigned by the site management.

  • Extended times of travel and work overtime in a moments notice.

  • Education/Experience/Training:Two year technical degree or equivalent experience with a minimum 3 years experience as a technician.- - - + We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and vets.

  • For more information regarding affirmative action and equal employment opportunity click here at http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf .

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Assistant Legal Counsel - Office Of Jury Commissioner

This position is designated as management position and is covered by the Trial Court Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual. The Trial Court is committed to: + the fair and impartial administration of justice; + protection of constitutional and statutory rights and liberties; + equal access to justice for all in a safe and dignified environment; + efficient, effective and accountable resolution of disputes; + prompt and courteous service to the public by committed and dedicated professionals utilizing best practices in a manner that inspires public trust and confidence.

The core mission of the Office of Jury Commissioner (OJC) is to provide randomly-selected pools of eligible jurors, representative of the community from which they are drawn, to each of the jury courts of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in accordance with the needs of those courts and the direction of the Trial Court. The OJC is committed to educating the public on the value and responsibility of serving as a juror, and to providing courteous, professional service to the public and the courts. The Assistant Legal Counsel provides specialized administrative support to the Legal Counsel of the Office of Jury Commissioner (OJC). The Assistant Legal Counsel assists in the state-wide prosecution of delinquent jurors.

Candidates must possess professional legal research and writing ability, excellent communication skills, along with an attention to detail, and an ability to work cooperatively with court staff and officials. A willingness and ability to travel to courthouses throughout the Commonwealth is a requirement of the position. Working under the direction and supervision of the Legal Counsel, the Assistant Legal Counsel:

Assists in representing the Office of Jury Commissioner at hearings on applications for criminal complaint that are brought against delinquent jurors on behalf of the Office of Jury Commissioner; Assists the Delinquent Juror Prosecution Program Administrator and the Legal Counsel in the preparation and processing of legal documents such as applications for criminal complaint and pleadings, and communicates with court clerks regarding same; Negotiates with delinquent jurors and their representatives in order to resolve their delinquencies; Responds to inquiries from jurors, the public, attorneys, court personnel and others concerning the legal aspects of the Massachusetts jury system; Assists the Delinquent Juror Prosecution Program Administrator and the Legal Counsel in the supervision of the Legal Department staff; Performs data entry on juror management software system, including implementing scheduling and other changes on matters pertaining to juror service; Reviews and analyzes juror history records in connection with juror service disqualifications; Conducts legal research and drafts legal memos; Assists the Legal Counsel in advising the Jury Management Advisory Committee and the Office, as required; Assists in preparation of statistical and written reports; Acts on behalf of the Legal Counsel in his or her absence; Performs special projects and related duties as required. SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Work is performed under the general direction of the Legal Counsel of the OJC; and is evaluated for professional soundness and conformity to policy.

All applicants must be able, through the interview process, to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the following areas: Ethics and Values Communicates and demonstrates the ethics and values of the Office of Jury Commissioner and the Trial Court. Mission Understands, upholds, and communicates the Trial Court and OJC missions.

Applied Knowledge Understanding of legal research, preparing legal memoranda and other documents, contributing to the development and implementation of OJC rules and policies. Problem Solving Accurately identifies and addresses legal issues within the department and initiates corrective action. Continuous Learning Demonstrates a commitment to continuously improve himself or herself through professional development.

Commitment to Diversity Promotes an environment of diversity through understanding, respect, and positive communication with persons of varied racial, ethnic, economic, and cultural backgrounds. Customer Service Fosters a departmental environment emphasizing conduct that is courteous and professional toward both Trial Court employees and the public. Collaboration Works with others cooperatively, and promotes teamwork, contributing to a work environment that focuses on shared departmental goals.

These are the minimum requirements necessary to apply for a position of Assistant Legal Counsel: Law Degree from an accredited Law School; Membership in the Massachusetts Bar and two years relevant legal experience. Considerable knowledge and experience performing legal research and legal memoranda; Ability to write and communicate in a professional manner; Ability to manage, prioritize, and complete simultaneous assignments; Ability to work well independently while maintaining productivity and demonstrating good judgment; Ability to work well with others in a professional setting, including judges, managers, court staff, and the members of the public; Ability and willingness to travel to courts throughout the Commonwealth; and Knowledge of the jury system of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and court operational procedures is strongly preferred.

PLEASE NOTE: Employment is contingent upon passage of a criminal record check. If you are not currently viewing this posting online, please visit the Judicial Court Jobs website at www.mass.gov/courts to apply for this position or any other Trial Court employment opportunity.

No applications or resumes will be accepted by hand, mail, fax, or email delivery. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Posting Date: 9/18/2017 Closing Date: 09/29/2017 11:59 PM EST ID: 2017-3361 External Company Name: Trial Courts of Massachusetts External Company URL: http://www.mass.gov/courts/



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