Bow Rehairer Job Description Sample
Packer 2 - Bow 3Rd Shift (787-799)
Packs spools of ribbon or bags bows. May put filled bow bags through the sealers. May apply labels to product. May pack pot liners, Valentines, packages, acetate products or other manufactured items.
Pulls defective bows from the bag(s) or defective spools from packing area and replaces them with quality product. Sorts out bad bows or substandard ribbon spools when hand packing.
Counts product according to specifications on count charts, recording results and notifying mechanic of under counts and repeated over counts. Checks sheets on chutes to see that correct bags, cartons and labels are being used
Labels, erects, tapes and packs cartons, according to order specifications, in both bow bag and ribbon packing areas
Assembles, combines, seals, and/or performs any other necessary operation in packing
Load finished product on skids
Report to line stockers any problems or situations that require attention
Keeps work area neat and clean
Follows company and department safety policies and procedures and good housekeeping practices
Requesting supplies as needed to maintain production
Other responsibilities as required
Ability to read, write and do basic math
Proven ability to maintain acceptable production rates and produce quality products
Ability to work with minimal supervision
Good communication and cooperation with coworkers and supervisors
Receptiveness to overtime required in department
Acceptable attendance record and proven paperwork accuracy
Job LocationBerwick, Pennsylvania, United StatesPosition TypeFull-Time/Regular
Tnhm06-07301-Highway Maintenance Specialist I-Medicine Bow
Description and Functions
Crew Member-101 BOW Payne RD
Join us and you'll become part of a crew, or a team, that works together to provide the best quick service, family restaurant experience – by far. If you've visited one of our restaurants before, you've probably got some idea of what's involved in working here.
But you might not realise the variety and scope of the role. We want every McDonald's customer to have a brilliant experience, every time they visit. That means hot food in a cleand and friendly restaurant. As a Crew Member, you'll make it happen, whether you're preparing food, serving on the till or being out in the dining areas looking after our customers' needs.
Quite simply, you'll be working in our fast moving, high energy environment and we're looking for a genuine smile plus an ability to connect with customers and make them feel valued.
To join us as a Crew Member you'll need to be confident in approaching and dealing with diverse groups of people. Friendly, courteous and helpful behaviour will come naturally to you and you'll work well as part of a team.
Effective communication skills such as attentive listening, face-to-face verbal communication and eye contact are a must. You'll also need to understand the importance of maintaining high standards of quality and service as well as cleanliness. The ability to maintain high energy levels whilst working both efficiently and productively is essential. Finally, your appearance should be smart and clean.
Grannis/Broken Bow Growout
SUMMARY: This position is responsible for providing technical assistance to producers caring for company's birds in regards to the proper care and comfort.
Duties would include but are not limited to advising producers regarding building and equipment specifications, litter manipulation and farm sanitation, farm visits to include documenting bird comfort, management of the flock and equipment settings, directing feed and light schedules, monitoring bird health, body weight and conformation and providing remedy when possible, monitoring feed consumption, pulling blood and fat samples on time when required, coordinating bird placements to the farms and helping with catch schedules and ensuring communication between hatchery, feed mill, vaccination crews and live haul as it pertains to their contract farms, and in all areas insuring producer and company are in compliance with the production contract so as to produce flocks of the highest quality and lowest cost due to good performance, and for ensuring all USDA and other government regulations are followed when handling poultry. REQUIREMENTS: Education: Bachelor's degree or equivalent preferred.
Experience: 1+ years' experience in live production or broilers. Computer
Basic computer skills Communication
Good verbal and written communication skills. Physical Additional requirements: Will be responsible for weighing 50 birds per house; climbing ladders attached to feed bins on a daily basis - ladder height equivalent to or greater than 20 ft.; house can be up to 600 feet and range from 2-12 houses per farm; air quality exposure NH3 levels at or greater than 25ppm; Co2 levels greater than 2500 ppm. Travel: 1 to 5 trips per year.
Shift Supervisor - Store# 13369, HWY 54 & Broken BOW CT
Job Summary and Mission
This position contributes to Starbucks success by assisting the store manager in executing store operations during scheduled shifts.This job deploys partners and delegates tasks so that partners can create and maintain the Starbucks Experience for our customers. Models and acts in accordance with Starbucks guiding principles.
Summary of Key Responsibilities
Responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:
Acts with integrity, honesty and knowledge that promote the culture, values and mission of Starbucks.
Maintains a calm demeanor during periods of high volume or unusual events to keep store operating to standard and to set a positive example for the shift team.
Anticipates customer and store needs by constantly evaluating environment and customers for cues.
Communicates information to manager so that the team can respond as necessary to create the Third Place environment during each shift.
Assists with new partner training by positively reinforcing successful performance and giving respectful and encouraging coaching as needed. Provides feedback to store manager on partner performance during shift.
Contributes to positive team environment by recognizing alarms or changes in partner morale and performance and communicating them to the store manager.
Creates a positive learning environment by providing clear, specific, timely and respectful coaching and feedback to partners on shift to ensure operational excellence and to improve partnerperformance.
Delivers legendary customer service to all customers by acting with a customer comes first attitude and connecting with the customer. Discovers and responds to customer needs.
Develops positive relationships with shift team by understanding and addressing individual motivation, needs and concerns.
Executes store operations during scheduled shifts. Organizes opening and closing duties as assigned. Follows Starbucks operational policies and procedures, including those for cash handling and safety and security, to ensure the safety of all partners during each shift.
Follows all cash management and cash register policies and ensures proper cash management practices are followed by shift team.
Follows up with baristas during the shift to ensure the delivery of legendary customer service for all customers.
Provides quality beverages, whole bean, and food products consistently for all customers by adhering to all recipe and presentation standards. Follows health, safety and sanitation guidelines for all products.
Recognizes and reinforces individual and team accomplishments by using existing organizational tools and by collaborating with store manager to find new, creative, and effective methods of recognition.
Utilizes operational tools to achieve operational excellence during the shift.
Maintains regular and punctual attendance
Summary of Experience
Customer service experience in a retail or restaurant environment - 1 year
Maintain regular and consistent attendance and punctuality, with or without reasonable accommodation
Available to work flexible hours that may include early mornings, evenings, weekends, nights and/or holidays
Meet store operating policies and standards, including providing quality beverages and food products, cash handling and store safety and security, with or without reasonable accommodation
Six (6) months of experience in a position that required constant interacting with and fulfilling the requests of customers
Prepare and coach the preparation of food and beverages to standard recipes or customized for customers, including recipe changes such as temperature, quantity of ingredients or substituted ingredients
At least six (6) months of experience delegating tasks to other employees and/or coordinating the tasks of two (2) or more employees
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Ability to direct the work of others
Ability to learn quickly
Effective oral communication skills
Knowledge of the retail environment
Strong interpersonal skills
Ability to work as part of a team
Ability to build relationships
Starbucks is an equal opportunity employer of all qualified individuals; including minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities, and regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Starbucks will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with all federal, state, and local ordinances.
CDL Driver - Bow NH (Anticipated Spring Hire)
Drives truck equipped with dump body to transport and dump loose materials. Perform necessary piping and laboring functions in support of Utility Construction Crew..
Transports and dumps loos materials such as sand, gravel, earth, stone, asphalt or waste products. May also move forms, lumber, and other construction materials.
Move hand and foot controls to jerk truck forward and backward to loosen and dump materials adhering to body.
Inspects and maintains equipment as required.
Dig, spread and level dirt, gravel or sand using hand tools.
Mix, pour and spread concrete and asphalt using hand tools.
Perform a variety of machine and non-machine tasks such as removing forms, placing pipe in trench, jackhammer and tapping.
Exercise proper care, maintenance and operator of company equipment.
Work harmoniously, co-operatively and courteously with others at all times.
Adhere to all Company Safety Policies.
Performs miscellaneous other duties and responsibilities as required.
Prefer a high school diploma or equivalent education and experience.
Ability to read and write English.
Workers should be able to follow specific directions, perform a variety of duties which may change, work within precise limits or standards of accuracy, make decisions based on measurable criteria, follow specific directions and perform a variety of duties which may change often and are for a short duration.
Capable of passing required DOT physical examination.
Must possess a valid Commercial Drivers License (CDL) and a knowledge of commercial driving regulations a roads is required.
Physically, workers must be able to stand or walk for long periods, use hands and arms to reach for handle and manipulate objects, lift and carry objects weighing up to 100 pounds and stoop, kneel, or crouch. Good eyesight, (either naturally or with correction) required.
Must possess a valid unrestricted Drivers License.
R.H.White is a growing 94 year old, family owned, general contractor with multiple locations throughout New England.
We are proud of our workforce's long record of loyal service. This culture of family and pride leads to satisfied employees and satisfied customers. Our Family culture was recognized in 2013 when we received the Family Business of the Year Award and in 2014 we received the Employer of Choice Award.
If you are looking for a dynamic and rewarding career with an ever growing family business, consider joining the R.H.White organization. Businesses do not grow without investing in employees. They are the drivers of innovation.
R.H.White is looking for a CDL Driver to drive truck equipped with dump body to transport and dump loose materials. Perform necessary piping and laboring functions in support of Utility Construction Crew.
Bow Technician - Part Time
OUR GREATEST RESOURCE IS OUR PEOPLE!
SCHEELS associates have a passion for sports, fashion, and most importantly, providing exceptional customer service! We are driven to attract and retain the best people in sports and fashion retail that thrive in a fast-paced environment and have a desire to become a SCHEELS expert. Our associates are experts in sports apparel, fashion, footwear, hunting, fishing, golf, and sports of all kinds. Offering the most thorough interactive training in retail, our associates have succeeded in making SCHEELS a shopping destination and world class experience for our customers. Whether you excel at sales, cashiering, buying, display, customer service, or leadership, we have a career opportunity for you!
SCHEELS is currently seeking a Bow Technician on a part time basis for our Lincoln, Nebraska location. If you have a passion for sports, enjoy working in a hands-on environment, and enjoy working with the public, this job is for you. This individual will provide superior service in the repair and maintenance of archery bows to meet the service requests of the customer. This position will represent SCHEELS in a friendly, courteous, and knowledgeable manner to our customers and team members.
Responds promptly to customer needs, requests for service and assistance by providing customer service, greeting and acknowledging each customer, and being knowledgeable of store products and policies
Maintain orderly appearance of personal work space and surrounding areas
Communicate process of repair and suggestions for ongoing maintenance
Carefully follow instructions of the customer, while maintaining safety requirements
Be knowledgeable to answer questions concerning location, price and use of merchandise
Contribute to a work environment that fosters pride in being part of a winning team and promotes personal growth
Excellent customer service and communication skills
Demonstrate strong organization, attention to detail, ability to multi-task and problem solving skills
Ability to perform basic math; perform operations using units of currency, measurements and understanding percentages
Be professional in appearance and attitude, contribute to a positive team atmosphere and treat others with respect and consideration while following SCHEELS' policies and procedures
With or without accommodations, be able to sit, and/or stand, for extended periods of time. Ability to communicate well with customers. Able to reach, balance, walk or crawl
Able to lift or move up to 25 lbs, and capability to draw back a bow of 70 pounds or more
Ability to work assigned scheduled which may include varied hours with some day time availability, evenings, weekends, and holidays
Education and Experience:
Ideal candidate will have a minimum of a high school diploma, or a general education degree (GED), one to three months of related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
Prior archery experience and knowledge of bow mechanics preferred
Must be flexible to work assigned schedule between 8 am and 9 pm, Monday through Sunday. Schedule may include varied hours, evenings, weekends, and holidays. Average hours per week are 25.
SCHEELS provides attractive benefits that add value to your compensation package
Employee Stock Ownership Program
Employee Assistance Program
401(k) / Roth(k)
Equal Opportunity Employer
SCHEELS complies fully with all federal, state and local employment laws and shall provide equal employment and advancement opportunities for all persons regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, the presence of any mental or physical disability, status with regard to public assistance or marriage, or any other category protected by local, state or federal law.
To take advantage of this excellent opportunity, please complete our online application and attach your resume at www.scheels.com or stop by our store at South Point Pavilions, 2960 Pine Lake Road, Suite B, Lincoln, NE 68516 to complete a paper application and speak with a hiring leader.
Bowed Roll Mechanic
Disassembly and reassembly of bearing housings, and internal roll components using air tools, hand tools and bearing pullers.
Inspection of roll components and parts.
Troubleshoot, install, align, dismantle, repair and maintain industrial machinery and mechanical equipment for improved reliability and performance.
Help meet or exceed quality goals through a quality maintenance program.
Adhere to all plant safety and environmental guidelines, policies, and procedures.
Knowledge of basic hydraulics, pneumatics, fabrication, cutting with a torch, basic layout, blueprint reading, precisionmeasurement, bearings, chains, sprockets, and troubleshooting techniques.
Basic computer / data entry skills.
Ability to perform repetitive and physically demanding tasks for extended periods (lifting, walking, climbing, pushing, twisting, and stooping).
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StoweWoodward 60 Old Turnpike Rd. Concord, NH 03301
Nurse Practitioner/Mid - Level Provider - Public Health
General Statement of Duties
The mid-level provider delivers comprehensive reproductive and related health assessments, and diagnosis and treatment of teens, women and men per Title X and local medical protocols.
Distinguishing Features of the Class
This is highly responsible work in the Butte-Silver Bow Family Planning Clinic, providing Title X Family Planning services in compliance with Title X Quality Family Planning requirements, along with other services outlined in local protocols under the guidance of the clinic's medical director.
Examples of Essential Work (Illustrative Only)
Under general supervision, the public health mid-level provider performs the following essential functions within the framework of the Butte-Silver Bow Health Department's provision of the core functions and essential services of public health:
Public Health Sciences Skills
1.Provides patient-focused health assessments that include health history, systems review, psycho-social assessment, and provision of appropriate physical exams and tests with follow-up of abnormal findings based on Title X and local protocols, incorporating professional judgement.
2.Provides education and counseling to individuals, families and community groups that are adapted to age, developmental status, disability, unique needs, lifestyle, cultural and socio-economic situation.
3.Establishes a partnership with the client that facilitates decision-making and self-care, consistent with the client's health belief system.
4.Identifies and works collaboratively with team members, including clinic coordinator, RN's, health educators and support staff to provide care for and plan management of health issues, including referrals to appropriate services for problems outside of the Butte Family Planning Clinic's scope.
5.Performs family planning procedures, including IUD and birth control implant insertion and additional procedures in the Butte Family Planning Clinic's scope of service.
6.Orders, performs and interprets screening and diagnostic procedures and tests.
7.Prescribes medications and contraceptives as regulated by the Montana Nurse Practice Act and Board of Pharmacy.
8.Performs pregnancy testing and comprehensive, unbiased options counseling.
9.Provides contraceptive and reproductive life plan education and counseling to all clients following Quality Family Planning Guidelines.
10.Provides nutrition counseling and referrals as indicated to clients with abnormal BMI or other nutrition-related problems.
11.Manages communicable infection diagnosis, treatment and education for clients and their partners and facilitates contact follow-up.
12.Documents findings, plan of care, and follow-up in the Butte Family Planning Clinic's electronic health records system, complying with Title X Quality Family Planning requirements. Uses established medical record forms, databases and documentation practices.
13.Provides clinical guidance for RN's and health educators who provide support functions on the clinical team.
14.Consults with medical director, clinic colleagues and other community health resources as appropriate regarding patient conditions and clinical decision-making.
15.Responds to individual client emergency situations in the clinical setting with basic life support and first aid skills. Summons other healthcare providers and emergency response personnel in a timely and appropriate manner.
16.Collaborates in development and delivery of programs and activities for individuals, families and population groups that promote health and prevent disease.
17.Evaluates outcomes of interventions; works with others (clients and other professionals) to make changes as necessary.
- Collaborates in the development of and contributes to individual, team and departmental quality improvement, performance management and evaluation activities.
Community Dimensions of Practice Skills
1.Advocates on behalf of vulnerable individuals and populations; participates in assessing and evaluating healthcare services to ensure that people are informed of available health department and community programs and services and are assisted in the use of those services.
2.Participates in Butte-Silver Bow Health Department research and demonstration projects that seek to improve the health of the clinic's communities and determine new ways to address health issues.
3.Contributes to a work environment that fosters ongoing educational experiences regarding public health nursing for colleagues, nursing and other health-related students, healthcare professionals and members of the community.
1.Is able to distinguish between quantitative and qualitative community assessment data; understands incidence and prevalence data; knows how to access basic community epidemiological data.
2.Participates in the analysis of data to identify trends, health problems, environmental health hazards, and social and economic conditions that adversely affect the public's health.
Leadership and Systems Thinking Skills
1.Demonstrates knowledge of applicable state professional practice guidelines for registered professional nurses, the American Nurses Association's Scope and Standards of Practice for Public Health Nursing any other federal and state laws and regulations applicable to practice as a public health nursing professional.
2.Adheres to applicable Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards, such as those concerning exposure to blood-borne pathogens, toxic substances, airborne pathogens or exposure to other hazards during routine assignments or assignments during public health emergencies.
3.Collaborates in developing a work environment where performance management and continuous quality improvements in professional practice are pursued.
4.Assumes responsibility for own professional growth and development by pursuing education, and participating in professional committees and work groups.
Policy Development/Program Planning Skills
1.Coordinates public health activities with public health professionals and investigators from other agencies and jurisdictions, including, but not limited to, the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
2.Coordinates activities among and between other governmental agencies, such as the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, that enforce laws and regulations that protect the public's health.
3.Collaborates in the development, implementation and evaluation of long- and short-range policies, plans and programs for reproductive health in Butte-Silver Bow and Beaverhead and Deer Lodge counties.
4.Collaborates in and contributes to individual, team and departmental performance management, quality improvement and evaluation activities.
Communication/Cultural Competency Skills
1.Delivers targeted, culturally appropriate information to help individuals and groups understand local public health policies, regulations and code.
2.Uses appropriate methods for interacting effectively and professionally with people of all ages and from diverse cultural, socioeconomic, educational, racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as sexual orientations, lifestyles and physical abilities. Examples of methods may be: one-on-one, group sessions, media interviews, story boards, Web sites and social media.
3.Adheres to ethical principles and Butte-Silver Bow County and Health Department policy in the collection, maintenance, use and dissemination of data and information.
Financial Planning/Management Skills
1.Collaborates in activities such as time studies that contribute to the development of budgets and the efficient use of resources.
1.Performs public health emergency response duties as assigned and consistent with job classification and training provided, in response to threats to the public's health.
2.Participates in department and community emergency response training and drills consistent with job classification in support of public health emergency and disaster preparedness.
3.This position is responsible for using quality improvement and performance management processes and/or techniques to improve the effectiveness of the respective public health program. This includes, but is not limited to creating, implementing and evaluating performance standards and identifying, implementing and assessing program quality improvement processes.
4.Performs other duties as assigned consistent with job classification.
Treats others with courtesy and respect in all interactions.
Responds with flexibility to changing needs.
Manages multiple tasks and deadlines.
Supports and promotes the department's mission, vision and core values.
Promotes team and organizational learning.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Commitment to Title X program goals and philosophy.
Knowledge of the core functions and essential services of public health, including current public health nursing principles and processes.
Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, epidemiology, physical assessment and basic pharmacology.
Knowledge of human systems (wellness, illness, growth and development, basic nutrition, human behavior, psychosocial development, family and community systems).
Knowledge of prescribed treatments and medical interventions; ability to effectively monitor and document the patient's treatment progress and response; ability to refer to appropriate providers as indicated.
Knowledge of healthcare technology, equipment, supplies and materials needed for medical treatment.
Knowledge of chart documentation requirements, medical records forms, state and federal laws that govern release of healthcare information and patient consent.
Knowledge of population-based health status indicators, determinants of health and illness, factors contributing to health promotion and disease prevention, and factors influencing the use of health services.
Knowledge of relevant OSHA standards.
Knowledge of healthcare systems structure and function; ability to make appropriate client referrals based upon patient need, program guidelines and community resources.
Knowledge of Montana law relating to professional nursing practice and the American Nurses Association's Scope and Standards of Practice for Public Health Nursing.
Demonstrates knowledge of a systematic approach to client care that includes assessment, diagnosis, planning, intervention, evaluation, consultation, referral and follow-up.
Ability to work effectively and sensitively with a limited resource population.
Ability to work collaboratively with multi-disciplinary teams to improve patient outcomes.
Demonstrates communication skills (oral and written).
Demonstrates knowledge of the leadership skills required to delegate tasks, coordinate patient and family care, and mobilize community resources.
Working conditions while performing essential functions:
General office and clinical setting in the Health Department facility, as well as community sites, including client homes and workplaces.
Work performed in the community is sometimes subject to conditions that range from inclement weather to dangerous conditions, such as snow/ice, cold, heat, noise, wetness/humidity, vibration, sudden temperature changes, and poor illumination at the job site or due to travel on the job. Travel to and from field locations may subject worker to increased risk of driving hazards. Community locations may subject worker to communicable diseases, insects and other disease vectors, toxins, hazardous materials, chemicals and animals.
In all settings, employees in this classification may occasionally need to relate to members of the public who exhibit challenging, atypical or hostile behaviors and/or communication.
Equipment used to perform essential functions:
- Computer, electronic health record, fax, copier, personal or county vehicle, public health and medical equipment and supplies related to duties.
Reports to: Community Health Division Director for administrative functions, non-medical tasks and responsibilities.
Directs work of: None
Blood-borne pathogen risk code: None __ Low __ Medium __ High X_
Acceptable Experience and Training
1.Graduate of an accredited Masters or Doctor of Nursing Practice program.
2.Licensed as an Advance Practice Nurse with prescriptive authority.
3.Bachelor's degree in Nursing plus Certification in Women's Reproductive Health.
4.Basic Life Support certification.
5.Valid Montana driver's license, current certificate of vehicle insurance, and access to reliable transportation to all assigned work locations.
Required Special Qualifications
Must be a resident of Butte-Silver Bow during employment, according to Butte-Silver Bow Ordinance: "2.08.010 Residence during employment. From and after October 1, 1979, all employees of the local government of Butte-Silver Bow shall be bona fide residents within the boundaries of Butte-Silver Bow during the period of their employment by the government of Butte-Silver Bow. (Ord. 85 § 1, 1979)"
Essential Physical Abilities
Due to the need for all Health Department personnel to respond to public health emergencies, the employee must be assessed for his/her ability to meet the physical demands of performing the following activities:
Must be able to be fitted and wear NIOSH 95 mask.
Engage in the following movements: Climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, lifting, grasping, feeling and writing and repetitive motions.
Exert up to 30 pounds of force occasionally, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.
Hearing ability sufficient enough to communicate with others effectively in person and over the phone.
Visual ability must be sufficient enough to read typewritten documents, computer screen and drive a car.
If unable to demonstrate these abilities based upon a standardized, objective assessment performed by external occupational health professionals, all reasonable accommodations will be made, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and any other applicable federal and Montana law.
Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Adaptability/Flexibility: Ability to meet changing conditions with ease and to learn new duties, methods and procedures.
Appearance: Maintains neatness, appropriateness of dress and hygiene per dress code.
Attendance/Punctuality: Ability to be on time for work and attend mandatory meetings/in-services.
Cooperation: Attitude toward work and the spirit in which assignments are accepted, inter-disciplinary team functioning, ability to work with others of same or different discipline, and contributions as a team player.
Courtesy: Ability to cooperate with others to get the job done; courtesy toward clients, visitors, co-workers and peers.
Dependability/Accountability: Degree to which employee accepts responsibility for defined duties; participates in planning for coverage during absences and follows through with agreed-upon tasks and goals within agreed-upon time frames.
Energy: Enthusiasm for work, degree of commitment to organization philosophy.
Initiative: Ability to be self-starter, demonstrates creativity and offers constructive suggestions/solutions for problem-solving, and performs well independently.
Judgment: The degree to which the proper number of facts, commensurate with the problem, is gathered before a decision is made, ability to use discretion and reasoning in problem-solving, appropriateness of decisions.
Planning/Organization: Ability to identify issues, set priorities, act efficiently and use resources.
Professionalism: Ability to maintain stable performance and behavior when faced with opposition, pressure and/or stressful conditions; ability to demonstrate a non-judgmental attitude and acceptance of patients whose moral, religious or cultural beliefs differ from one's own; adherence to agency policies and procedures; can independently resolve interpersonal conflicts and uses proper chain of command; exhibits discretion and maintains patient confidentiality while discussing patient information only with those directly involved with the patient's care and welfare.
Productivity: Ability to meet organization's expectations regarding performance in job area; ability to manage time efficiently.
The job description is only a summary of the typical functions of the job, not an exhaustive or comprehensive list of all possible job responsibilities. Tasks and duties of the employee may differ from those outlined above.
Consulting Systems Engineer - Commercial
An Iron Bow Lead Sales Engineer works with Account Managers to develop and drive Iron Bow Technologies professional service opportunities. Preferred location is Washington, DC area.
Will initiate and lead professional services sales strategy discussions and generate plans for implementation in accordance with territory objectives.
Provide technical strategic leadership to customers within Federal Organizations in assigned territory.
Applies extensive knowledge of Iron Bow business strategies to proactively anticipate customer technical needs based on Federal / Commercial industry trends.
Work with Account Manager(s) to drive identified major account opportunities i.e. technical consulting, management presentations, technology solutions – Information Security, Data Center & Virtualization, Network Infrastructure, Unified Communications and Client Computing.
Perform in-depth and high-level technical presentations for customers, partners and prospects. Provide high-level and detailed consultative solutions, technical and sales support for selected major account opportunities.
Lead process to collect customer integration service needs and product requirements, develops business cases and drives account team to provide our customers with acceptable solutions.
Provide leadership in knowledge of key products, technologies, solutions and partners. Drive the technology transfer into the field.
Provide specific solutions/technology/ product consulting, technical and sales support for accounts in assigned territory.
Drive the development of formal sales plans, hardware configurations and proposals for assigned opportunities.
Provide consultative support and mentor other less experienced Engineers at customer sites in assigned territory
Actively participate as a technical specialist in specific area as directed by CSE Manager. Must develop area of specialization.
Architect, document and present solutions to clients
Knowledge of relevant solutions sets, product line specifications, performance criteria and applications.
Understanding and communicate about Iron Bow and competitors, technologies, solutions, services strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
Understand customer business requirements and be able to translate them into technical requirements
Develop Proposals and SOWs using standard Iron Bow templates Assisting account teams in effectively packaging, pricing, and presenting solution to customer
Additional duties as assigned
Excellent written and verbal communication, listening, negotiation and presentation skills.
Ability to work effectively, add value as a team member and assume a leadership role for the team.
Demonstrated technical knowledge and consultative skills.
Relevant experience in key competitor offerings in technology area of emphasis desired.
Experience with other leading OEMs desired.
Should have experience working in the customer environment on a day-to-day basis, either as a consultant or as the user. We have found it is much more important to understand the customer than the technology
Should have a broad understanding of technology and the ability to consult with the customer regarding Data Center, Collaboration, Security, and Mobility requirements. Does not need to be an expert in these areas, just comfortable talking about them, asking questions and able to lead the development of solutions to meet those requirements.
Preferred to have technical expertise in data center.
Cloud hosted experience is preferred
Must be comfortable working in a team environment and able to assemble technical experts and drive them to develop solutions.
Must be a professional that can work with minimal oversight, positive attitude, produces consistently high-quality results, and works well with others.
Pre-Sales experience required.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
- Typically requires BS/BA (EE/CS) or equivalent years of experience.
- 10-12 years-related experience
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
- Cisco Certifications highly desirable
- About 25% travel required for this position.
Iron Bow offers a competitive benefits package, which includes excellent medical and dental benefits, and a 401k plan with matching. Conditions of employment
All applicants receiving an offer of employment will be required to complete an Iron Bow application and sign a disclosure and authorization form for a background investigation. All offers of employment are contingent upon satisfactory completion of the Iron Bow background investigation which may include a criminal check, education and employment verifications and for some positions a credit check. In addition Iron Bow participates in the E-verify employment verification program.
Iron Bow is an equal opportunity employer committed to support family values, integrity in the workplace, and an entrepreneurial atmosphere. Iron Bow makes employment decisions without regard to race, gender, disability or protected veteran Status. EOE M/F/Disabled/Vet
Code of Ethics
Iron Bow is committed to conducting its business in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, and in accordance with the Iron Bow Code of Ethics, Conduct and Responsibility. Iron Bow employees are expected to comply and to assist the company in complying with each of these obligations.
The purpose of the Iron Bow Code of Ethics, Conduct, and Responsibility is to state the principles of business ethics and conduct that Iron Bow requires all employees to follow in dealings on behalf of Iron Bow with the government, the general public, customers, suppliers, competitors, and fellow employees
As employees, consultants or representatives of Iron Bow, we will treat one another fairly and with dignity and mutual respect
This contractor and subcontractor shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-741.5(a). This regulation prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals on the basis of disability, and requires affirmative action by covered prime contractors and subcontractors to employ and advance in employment qualified protected veterans
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