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Assistant State Traffic Design Engineer (Wms Band 3)
Please note that the current salary range includes the Legislative approved general wage increase, effective July 1, 2019.
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Traffic Operations office is currently seeking an experienced engineer to fill a vacancy as the Assistant State Traffic Design Engineer at the WSDOT Headquarters in Olympia, WA. The Assistant State Traffic Design Engineer (ASTDE) reports to the State Traffic Design and Operations Engineer and is responsible for the collaborative development of traffic design standards, policies and procedures to be applied statewide by WSDOT Regions in traffic, development services and design offices implementing Practical Design. This position is also responsible for development of traffic control and work zone safety standards, policies and procedures to be applied statewide by WSDOT designers, maintenance crews, contractors, cities, counties, utilities, and private consultants implementing innovation in work zone design, operations and training. The incumbent will develop, review and monitor state and federal legislation which affects business processes, traffic control and work zone safety, design and operational requirements within WSDOT unit managers and senior level professional practitioners. This position serves as a liaison between HQ Design and HQ Traffic offices on Design Policy proposed changes, as well as the coordination on Design Policy proposed changes between HQ and Region Traffic offices. If you are an experienced engineer with experience in traffic design/operations, construction and design, then here is a unique and rewarding opportunity for you.
At WSDOT, we value the importance of creating an environment in which all employees feel respected, included, and empowered to bring unique ideas to the agency. Our diversity and inclusion efforts include embracing different cultures, backgrounds, and perspectives while fostering growth and advancement in the workplace. To learn more, please watch the following video: Why WSDOT?
This position will perform the following work:
Manage the collaborative department-wide effort with the Design Office on Practical Design/Practical Solutions traffic design elements.
Lead the development and implementation of Design Manual/Traffic Manual guidance associated with Traffic Design elements such as Design Speed, Intersection Control and Multimodal Features.
Lead the development and implementation on Design and Traffic Design documentation on Minor Operational Enhancements performed statewide by Region Traffic Offices.
Lead the development and implementation of Work Zone Safety and Mobility policies, strategies, specifications and standards.
Manage the HQ Traffic Office Work Zone Team including the Work Zone Engineer, Work Zone Training Engineer and TST Training Program Manager.
Collaborate with WSDOT Traffic Engineers, the HQ Design Office, Project Engineers and Maintenance Superintendents, local and federal officials to develop and implement policies and establish procedures for Practical Design / Practical Solutions, work zone traffic control, and other safety and design functions.
Provide conceptual and technical support to WSDOT Region Traffic Engineers, Project Engineers and Maintenance Superintendents.
Participate as the WSDOT lead on Practical Design, work zone safety, traffic control, operations, design, training and policy statewide.
Institute work zone safety and mobility training requirements and ensure training delivery.
Establish work zone safety and mobility goals and performance measures.
Lead the evaluation and approval of new products related to work zone traffic control and safety devices and strategies.
Collaborate with the Attorney General's office, WSDOT Risk Management and Safety Offices as the Departments technical expert on work zone tort liability issues.
Negotiates with Department of Labor and Industries on resolving concerns and/or citations relating to worker safety and the departments operational procedures within the roadway.
Ensure program compliance to RCW's, WAC's, CFR's, and MUTCD.
Develop and implement department policy as required by Federal regulation.
Represent WSDOT on Practical Design/Practical Solutions and work zone issues through membership on national organizations, committees, teams and task forces. (e.g. ATSSA, FHWA, AGC, AASHTO)
The requirements for this position are:
A four year engineering degree or equivalent education.
A professional engineers (PE) license.
Must have at least 1 year of Construction experience, 2 years of Design experience and 2 years of Traffic Engineering experience. 1 year of planning experience can be substituted for either the Design, Traffic or Construction experience. A Master's Degree in Transportation Engineering can be substituted for one year of Traffic Engineering experience.
Knowledge and experience of the traffic engineering principles of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), state and federal laws and policies, agency engineering and operation functions, and a functioning knowledge of work zone safety and mobility solutions.
Ability to lead managers and senior level professional staff.
Effective communication skills.
Knowledge of principles and processes involved in the development of major capital construction programs.
Valid driver's license.
How to apply:
To be considered for this position, please attach the following to your online application:
- A chronological Resume outlining your experience to date;
- A Cover Letter detailing your qualifications, and why you believe you are the best person for this role, and
- A minimum of three (3) professional references who can attest to your work performance, technical skills, knowledge base, and job-related competencies.
Applications that do not have the above documents attached will not be considered.
For inquiries about this position, please contact Erik Lunke at email@example.com. Please reference recruitment number 19DOT-WMS-0W006.
WSDOT is an equal opportunity employer. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, disabled and Vietnam era veterans, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons with disabilities needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this job announcement in an alternative format may contact the listed recruiter. WSDOT does not use the E-Verify system. For more information, please visit https://www.uscis.gov/.
Natural Resources Program Manager (Wms Band 2) Tumwater 04133
We are currently hiring for a Natural Resources Program Manager! This position reports to the Stewardship Program Manager and initiates actions that protect the health and integrity of the agency's natural resources in a cost-efficient manner.
The annual range of compensation is between $69,708–$92,952 depending upon qualifications, although the expected hiring salary will typically be less than the top of the range.
This posting will remain open until filled. It is in the candidate's best interest to apply before May 8th, 2019 when a first review of applicants will be completed. The hiring authority reserves the right to fill this position at any time after that date without notice.
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If you have questions regarding this recruitment, please contact the manager listed in the "Supplemental Information" section of this publication.
The Natural Resources Program Manager is a leadership position responsible for leading, managing, guiding, and promoting statewide natural resources stewardship initiatives for the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission. They must educate and inspire park visitors, agency staff, and the general public to ensure the highest level of natural resources stewardship occurs in Washington's state parks. The Natural Resources Program Manager must bring leadership, experience, and specific strategic and technical expertise to protect, enhance, and interpret the natural resources in the 200+ state parks and other property holdings in Washington's 138,000 - acre state park system. They must also integrate the multitude of native habitats found across the park system into regional and statewide efforts to protect and enhance the natural heritage of Washington State.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
Promotes the highest quality stewardship of the agency's natural resources by bringing new ideas and technologies to the agency; build partnerships in the agency and with local, state, Federal, and regional agencies, organizations, and stakeholders to enhance agency capacity and professionalism; assesses agency natural resources stewardship capabilities and performance; and seeks to elevate the agency's core commitment to exceptional stewardship through training programs, expert professional service, strategic planning and policy guidance.
Manages a professional staff engaged in natural resources management and a wide range of governmental and non-governmental contractors working on local to statewide conservation efforts. Ensures current work plans, employee evaluations, and program specific contracts/agreements are in compliance with all human resources and agency policies/procedures, rules, laws, and collective bargaining agreements.
Provides expert technical assistance/leadership and training to staff related to natural resources stewardship. Reviews and synthesizes complex/technical material into management prescriptions and presentations before the public, executive staff and the Commission.
In consultation with the Stewardship Program Manager and Assistant Director of Parks Development, develops and updates the Commission's Comprehensive Natural Resources Policy and associated procedures and management guidelines; initiates new and revised RCW and WAC language to advance agency natural resources stewardship goals; and develops and oversees major new natural resources stewardship initiatives in the agency. Reviews natural resources-related stewardship legislation for impacts to the agency.
Develops cost-effective budgetary strategies to rehabilitate, restore, protect, and monitor the long-term health of the natural resources across the entire park system. In conjunction with the Stewardship Program Manager, this position develops and administers the natural resources stewardship-related operational budgets and grants. Reviews capital budget scoping and prioritization. Leads staff to develop and administer natural resources stewardship-related contracts and grants.
Develops and implements plans to advance the agency's strategic plan (especially statewide Natural Heritage Imitative) and core values, Commission and Director priorities, and emerging natural resources issues (risk management, resource protection). Develops annual agency natural resources stewardship work plan identifying performance objectives and measures.
In consultation with the Stewardship Program Manager and Assistant Director, composes, revises, and presents agenda and work session items to the Commission.
Establishes and promotes effective working relationships with all agency staff, leaders of stakeholder groups and organizations, local/state/federal agency staff, and park visitors. Works in a cooperative and supportive fashion with senior agency managers to coordinate and advance key management and policy issues in the state park system.
A Master's or PhD degree with major studies in natural resources ecology, management, and conservation biology.
Five (5) years of progressive experience in the area of resource protection and management, that involved working a) in a variety of terrestrial and aquatic environments, b) on biological and social issues influencing resource protection and restoration, c) with stakeholder and partner groups, d) as a supervisor and mentor to professional and non-professional resource managers, and, e) in both a strategic and tactical capacity to identify and advance agency resource management goals.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to make oral presentations to large groups and the ability to present complex technical information.
Knowledge of geographic information systems (GIS).
Ability to serve as the agency's senior scientist and lead on natural resources issues.
- Experience mentoring and training professional and non-professional staff, consulting with Tribes on complex, natural issues, and managing staff and program-level activities (e.g. budget).
To ensure consideration, please complete the online job application and profile at www.careers.wa.gov. Use reference number 04133 when searching for the job announcement. You must attach in your application the following:
Letter of Interest specifically addressing how you meet the qualifications listed in this announcement.
Current resume in chronological order.
Five professional references.
All requested materials must be submitted. Failure to follow application process may disqualify you from further consideration.
The information provided in your application must support your selected answers in the application questions. Answers will be verified, and documentation may be required. Responses not supported in your application will disqualify you for consideration of employment from this recruitment.
Diversity Policy Statement
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is committed to creating an equitable, hospitable, appreciative, safe, and inclusive park environment – one that embraces the full spectrum of all community members' contributions. The Commission makes this commitment because:
Diversity strengthens the workforce in competence and ability;
Celebrating diversity appreciates and values individual differences;
Diversity serves an increasingly heterogeneous society;
Diversity helps ensure the relevance of a state park system, its mission, properties, and programs to the people of this state today and in the future;
Diversity is crucial to our ability to serve all citizens.
The Commission encourages and supports staff efforts to reach out to people of all races, national origins, abilities, religions, sexual orientations, veteran status, ages, and genders who use the parks and who live in communities nearby parks. This outreach is to focus on engaging in partnerships that expand programs and services in a way that is meaningful and of value to all people. The Commission is dedicated to offering quality experiences to all visitors through a workforce and volunteer corps that reflects the diversity of Washington State.
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, persons over 40 years of age, disabled and Vietnam veterans and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons needing accommodation in the application process or this job announcement in an alternative format may contact the human resources office at (360) 902-8565. Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing may call through the Washington Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6388.
For information about this position, please contact the Stewardship Manager, Lisa Lantz at Lisa.Lantz@parks.wa.gov or 360-902-8641.
Policy & Performance Administrator (Wms Band 2)
The Washington State Department of Agriculture services the people of Washington by supporting the agricultural community and promoting consumer and environmental protection.
The Food Safety & Consumer Services Division serves consumers and stakeholders in the state of Washington by assuring the availability, safety, and integrity of the state's human and animal food supply.
The Policy and Performance Administrator is focused on public health protection, specifically protection of the consuming public from injury by product use.
For more information about the Washington State Department of Agriculture, visit us at www.agr.wa.gov
Duties include but are not limited to:
Serves the agency and the division by providing policy and operational expertise on the coordinated implementation of new federal Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules with impacts in multiple programs. By properly positioning our programs to implement FSMA, this employee ensures that public health is protected, the state's food related industries remain viable and competitive, our agency's reputation is protected, and our division's programs have adequate resources to successfully execute our mission.
Represents the agency and division to government and industry partners: advocating, negotiating, and providing our perspective on local, state, and national issues that impact our programs and those they serve. This position may have national influence through leadership in national associations, such as the Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO).
Provides expert input to programs about the content of federal contract and cooperative agreement proposals and reports. This will ensure that funding opportunities are well aligned to our mission and strategic plan, and that we are maximizing the state's return on its public investments in our programs.
Will act as the Project Director, as assigned, for federal umbrella contracts and cooperative agreements that require coordination or contain deliverables produced by multiple programs in the division. These fund sources are projected to be nearly $5 million per year, with possible increases in the future. This position will ensure that execution, delivery, and close out of the contracts and cooperative agreements are complete.
Works with the division's programs to develop measurable and meaningful performance metrics and the corresponding reporting systems. This will provide critical intelligence in our drive to continuously improve our performance and allow us to more quickly and accurately report on and analyze statistics on core functions as needed.
Provides ongoing oversight and support to ensure that performance measures are used to effectively manage operations, identify and manage risks, and effect organizational changes.
Provides insightful analysis of strategic planning initiatives, legislative issues, and rule changes impacting the division. Represents the division to policy makers to make sure that impacts of policy changes are considered in the policy development phase.
Serves as a leader or resource in response to foodborne illness and all other food-related emergencies.
Bachelors Degree in a field of science, agriculture or related field.
Technical expertise in public health, food science, and knowledge of microbiology.
Skilled communicator and leader.
Adept in personnel management principles, program management, financial management, team facilitation, and the ability to work in a diverse and sensitive political environment.
Familiar with and capable of operating computers to use word processing, spreadsheet, and database and e-mail programs.
Expertise in food, dairy, custom meat, feed, and produce regulations.
Proficiency or course work in food processing technology, labeling regulation, food distribution systems, human resource management, facilitation, negotiation, financial management, grant writing, and contracting.
Knowledge and experience with FDA regulatory requirements.
Comfortable with organizational change management.
Skilled at quantitative performance measurement, data analytics, business process improvement and applying data to team behavior change.
Thorough understanding of food safety regulations, guidelines and scientific principles especially regarding the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).
Ability to provide recommendations to management, manages projects with minimal supervision.
Ability to manage projects with minimal supervision.
Demonstrated ability to collaborate with others to achieve a common purpose.
Must be flexible, resilient and be able to transcend moderate ambiguity.
Public speaking and presentation skills and ability to facilitate multiple partner groups.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate:
A commitment to equity
Interpersonal and collaborative team skills
Effective and persuasive communication
Project management skills
How to Apply:
Complete your online profile at: www.careers.wa.gov.
Attach a letter of interest, no more than two pages in length, describing how you meet the specific qualifications for this position.
Attach a resume.
The initial screening will be based solely on the contents and completeness of your application/online profile and the materials submitted. All information may be verified and documentation may be required.
Applications received via e-mail will not be accepted in lieu of applying through the state's on-line recruitment system.
Final candidate(s) will be required to successfully complete a criminal history background check prior to employment. Information received from the background check does not automatically make a candidate ineligible for employment.
To take advantage of Veteran's preference, please attach your DD-214, member 4 long form, or your NGB-22. Please blackout your social security number and date of birth before attaching.
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 initial screening will be solely based on the contents and completeness of your application and the materials submitted. All information may be verified and documentation may be required. Applications received via e-mail will not be accepted in lieu of applying through the state's on-line recruitment system.
The Human Resources Division may use referrals from this recruitment to help fill future similar vacancies for up to six months.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture actively supports diversity in the workplace, is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex (including gender identity), marital status, sexual orientation, race, creed, color, national origin, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability. Persons requiring accommodation in the application process, during the recruitment process, or who need this job announcement in an alternative format, may contact the Human Resources Office at 360-902-2020 or may email HResources@agr.wa.gov. Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing may call the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf at 800-833-6388.
If you are having technical difficulties creating, accessing or completing your application, please call NEOGOV toll-free at (855)524-5627 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
High School Band Teacher
Harper Woods School District Job Posting 2019/2020
Position: High School Music Teacher
The Harper Woods School District is pleased to announce the expansion of its music program. The successful candidate will be integral in continue a tradition of success for the Harper Woods Band Program.
Duties and Responsibilities
Provide instruction to middle school and high school students in both concert and marching band.
Attend Band Camp before school starts
Participate in MSBOA Festivals
Work with parent booster group
Provide and maintain an orderly classroom environment
Work independently and cooperatively using a variety of instructional strategies
Attend conferences and participate in professional development
Knowledge of band literature appropriate to the diverse skill levels in Middle School and High School band.
Successful teaching/coaching of students preferred
Assess and document student progress
Perform other duties as assigned by administration
Minimum of BS/BA degree in Music Education
Must be "highly qualified" under the NCLB Act
Possess a valid Michigan teaching certificate with an endorsement in Music Education (JQ or JX)
Professional in personal conduct and actions
Excellent communication skills
Ability to plan and organize; excellent work habits
Experience in working with high school music students.
Experience using technology as an instructional tool in the classroom
Experience in working within a Professional Learning Community
Knowledge of internet search engines, Google docs and other internet based applications
Deadline: Until the position is filled
Salary: Determined by Teacher Master Agreement
www.hwschools.org under Our District Job Postings http://www.applitrack.com/resa/onlineapp
Note: You must use the applitrack process.
Note: Board of Education policy requires that each successful applicant be free of past serious legal infractions as determined through a criminal records check with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.
Regulatory Interpretation Analyst - Nfrr - Band 5
The Regulatory Interpretation Analyst will be part of the enterprise non-financial regulatory reporting (NFRR) group in Chief Data Office (CDO) organization and will play a vital role in documenting regulatory requirements for regulatory reporting across enterprise (GBAM, Consumer, GWIM and Control Functions), with a focus on GBAM regulatory reporting in AMRS region.
The Regulatory Interpretation Analyst will be responsible for:
Analyzing laws, rules and regulations to determine regulatory reporting requirements and their applicability to BAC
Determining the jurisdictions, legal entities, businesses and products in scope for applicable regulatory reporting requirements
Monitoring regulatory landscape for new regulations and regulatory changes applicable to non-financial regulatory reporting
Mapping / capturing applicable regulations within regulatory reporting database (Blueprint)
Working with front-office representatives and report owners to derive the relevant business requirements from applicable regulatory requirements
Working with the Regulatory Reporting and Data & Technology groups to develop data dictionaries and report generation playbooks for regulatory reports
Consulting with Data & Technology group to help identify common data requirements across reports to achieve optimal data compression
Identifying interpretive decisions and assumptions from BAC Legal and Compliance and from regulators and other third parties and mapping to applicable reporting regulations
Evaluating regulatory changes, business changes and other trigger events for impact upon regulatory requirements, business requirements and reporting data
Collaborating with Legal, Compliance and other stakeholders on regulatory areas requiring further escalation and involvement
Remediating regulatory interpretation issues
Working together with other regulatory interpretation analysts to establish regulatory interpretation strategy, standards and processes, including QA processes
Possess 4+ years of experience as a legal / compliance professional with expertise in analysis of law, rules and regulations in AMRS jurisdictions
Extensive subject matter expertise in regulatory interpretation for one or more of the following domains: Securities and Derivatives, Global Markets, and / or Global Banking. Desirable for candidate to also have experience or familiarity with Anti-Money Laundering, Escheatment, Consumer Mortgage, Commercial Lending or HR regulatory reporting areas
General experience working in a legal or compliance environment in Global Banking & Markets organization is desired along with excellent understanding of Banking & Markets businesses, trading, products and instrument lifecycles
Ability to effectively manage day-to-day interactions and relationships with a diverse group of colleagues in the front office and control functions
Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to communicate complicated issues succinctly and pointedly, organized with exceptional clarity
Skilled in developing broad internal and external networks of stakeholders and collaborators, and capable of cultivating strong interpersonal relationships
- Law degree preferred
Posting Date: 06/14/2019
Location: Jersey City, NJ, 101 HUDSON ST (NJ2101), - United States
Full / Part-time: Full time
Hours Per Week: 40
Shift: 1st shift
Band And Choir Teacher
Band and Choir Teacher
Newark Unified School District
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Length of Work Year:
2019-2020 school year
7/31/2019 3:30 PM Pacific
Placement based on Certificated Salary Schedule
Date Posted: 6/13/2019 Application Deadline: 7/31/2019 3:30 PM Pacific Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 2019-2020 school year Salary:
Placement based on Certificated Salary Schedule Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1 Contact: Julie Radcliffe Email: email@example.com Phone: 510-818-4243
Requirements for Applying
Please attach copies of California Credential and/other relevant documents.
Requirements for Applying
Please attach copies of California Credential and/other relevant documents.
Current TB test and fingerprint clearance required for employment. Placement on the salary schedule -- The district allows year for year contracted experience.
Salary Schedule is considered Total Compensation. Medical benefits are available for purchase. Employee participation in dental and is mandatory.
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Assistant Band Director (Associate Director Of Bands)
Position Type: High School Teaching / Instrumental Music Teacher
The Associate Band Director will assist with the management of the instrumental music and band program.
They will provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences designed to help them fulfill their potential for musical, intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth while participating in the co-curricular band program.
They will enable students to develop competencies and skills to function successfully as a member of the instrumental music ensembles.
Additional Duties: Performs other related tasks as assigned by the Principal and other central office administrators as designated by the Superintendent.
Travels to school district buildings and professional meetings as required.
Physical and Mental Demands, Work Hazards: Works in standard office and school building environments.
Note: Also see the Summary of Physical, Sensory and Environmental Requirements Needed to Perform Essential Functions for this position.
SC Certification as a Secondary Music Teacher.
Motor Vehicle Operator's License or ability to provide own transportation.
Bachelors from an accredited college or university in education discipline applicable to teaching assignment.
Masters Degree preferred.
Successful prior teaching experience for the appropriate grade level preferred.
Sr Data Architect - Data Quality Testing Control Tower - Band 4
Candidate will be a critical leader in the Data Quality Testing organization. The role will be diverse in nature and will include leading the execution and evolution of the data Control Tower effort (effort to understand all data related testing across the Enterprise). Additionally, candidate will lead detailed analysis to describe enterprise testing coverage and associated results. Team member may, if/as needed, lead testing efforts. Role is expected to evolve as organization matures. Core responsibilities include:
Evolve control tower from foundational concept to mature platform gaining continued support from internal and external partners across all three lines of defense
Work cross organizationally to drive consensus on data quality dimensions and standardized tests
Establish on going governance for maintaining consensus and test usage
Coordinate the collection of large volumes of test results and normalize/standardize for common comparison
Mine existing test results to identify unmapped coverage from EIT (or potentially FLU/CF SIT and UAT) testing
Design and run testing based off of analytical needs
Determine appropriate and defendable conclusions for test efforts based on test type, sampling and scope
Create consolidated coverage map that is maintainable, scalable and consumable(with the ability to report off it at a variety of levels)
Coordinate with Domain Governance and EDIM teams to provide inputs into their respective processes
Coordinate with EDMG test teams as a risk/trigger input for testing efforts
Manage ad hoc efforts (testing, projects, etc) and siai/audit issues from initiation through completion
Required Job Skills:
10+ Years in Application or Data Management
10+ Years of test management experience (focus on sampling, test objectives/ conclusions, test results interpretation, etc)
Comfort working in dynamic, iterative and evolving situations
Proven track record of establishing and leading organizations or significant Enterprise Programs/ Processes including history of establishing and delivering against both tactical and strategic goals
Strong data quality knowledge (Accuracy, completeness, timeliness dimensions, data risk mitigation, etc)
Strong analytical skills including excel skills (vlookup, pivot and other excel analytics features) and SQL
Strong oral & written communication and comfortable presenting to a wide variety of audiences
Comfortable leading and influencing without direct authority
Trustworthy teammate and strong collaborator
Resourceful/ proactive in situations when not all information is available or there is no apparent "right" answer
Strong focus on Risk Management
Capable to navigate conflict to enable productive solutions
Close attention to detail
Desired Job Skills:
Bank Domain Knowledge
Strong understanding of database concepts like (views, primary keys, table joins)
Technical: ETL, DB development, SQL, Teradata, Quality Center, Macros, Excel/Access, PowerPoint, Perforce
Experience as part of an Audit organization or a deep history of interactions with Audit (Internal and External)
Strong Project Planning/Management
Basic knowledge of Tableau and/or other reporting tools
Basic knowledge of SharePoint lists and page editing
Familiarity with Data Related Laws, Rules, Regulations
Test Automation Understanding and Experience
Financial and Capacity Planning
Vendor Management (Consulting and Contractor)
Core Application Systems
Posting Date: 06/12/2019
Location: Charlotte, NC, International Trade Center, 200 N College St, - United States
Travel: Yes, 20% of the time
Full / Part-time: Full time
Hours Per Week: 40
Shift: 1st shift
Pep Band Advisor
Description: The Advisor/Director provides leadership and expertise regarding the rules, strategies, and techniques for the assigned activity, utilizing knowledge of the specific activity and safety to prepare participants mentally and physically to compete at the highest level.
Job Summary (tasks include, but not limited to the following):
Prepare successful practice/rehearsals and game/performance plans.
Provide leadership and guidance to staff.
Encourage student participation and establish rapport.
Motivate participants/athletes to achieve maximum potential.
Maintain equipment and uniforms.
Supervise all areas of participation including but not limited to: gyms, fields, arenas, theater, locker or dressing rooms, buses, etc.
Work collaboratively with staff, Activities Director, families and community resources.
Maintains compliance with all rules and regulations of the MSHSL.
Complies with and supports all school district regulations and policies.
Develops a program specific handbook.
Assistant Band Director
Salary Range: $50,025 - $58,427
Contract Days: 187
Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university
Valid Texas teaching certificate with required endorsements
One (1) year teaching and band directing experience
Knowledge of overall operation of instrumental music program
Knowledge of state and UIL policies governing band
Ability to implement policy and procedures
Ability to Interpret data
Strong communication, public relations, and interpersonal skills
The following are the required documents that must be submitted with your application in order to be considered for an interview. You may attach the documents electronically or deliver them to the CISD Central Administration Building located at 14521 Horizon Blvd., El Paso, TX 79928:
Copy of College/University transcript with applicable degree posted
Copy of Texas teaching certificate with required endorsement
Copy of driver's license
It is the policy of Clint ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, handicap or age in its employment practices as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the district's Title IX Coordinator, Chief Human Resources Officer, at 14521 Horizon Boulevard, El Paso, Texas, 79928, 915-926-4000 and/or Section 504 Coordinator at 14521 Horizon Boulevard, El Paso, Texas, 79928, 915-926-4000
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