Box Inspector Job Description Sample
Advance Engine Box Engineer
The Advance Concepts Engineering (ACE) team designs and develops new vehicles which will meet future regulatory, 3rd party and customer competitive requirements as well as specified vehicle functional objectives.
A qualified candidate for the "advance engine box engineer" role will be responsible for design and packaging of components in that environment.
They will lead cross-functional team meetings working with Systems & Components, Advance Manufacturing, Service, Functional Science teams, etc... to ensure that the design and package solutions are optimized.
The candidate will also identify and resolve adaptation and packaging issues as the vehicle moves toward production.
Bachelors of Science degree in Engineering.
1+ years of experience Automotive Design or Packaging Experience.
Strong oral and written communication
Ability to effectively operate both independently and in a cross-functional team environment.
Experience using Microsoft Office Suite (Word/Excel/PowerPoint)
Ability to lead a team of engineers to establish optimized vehicle package / engineering solutions.
Ability to retrieve and analyze part and study files in Teamcenter using VisMockup / NX for visualization
Strong understanding of powertrain / chassis / engine systems design and functional integration
Not required to drive a company car
May be required to travel domestically and internationally up to 20%
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Recruiter Bridget Wilkie
Category Engineer Specialist
Recruiter Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Location US-MI-Auburn Hills
Assistant Box Office Coordinator
Assists in coordinating computerized ticketing operations.
Assist in planning, organizing, and supervising the daily activities of the ticketing service;
Assist in selecting, training, and supervising ticket agents. Develop and conduct appropriate training. Recommend policies covering areas such as conduct and proper dress. Maintain payroll records;
Prepare ticketing and seating schemes for input into a computerized system;
Record and deposit cash receipts. Assist in maintaining appropriate records. Perform show settlement with lessees;
Respond to customer complaints and resolve problems in absence of the Box Office Manager;
Assist in the development and implementation of marketing strategies to promote use of ticketing service;
Function in the capacity of Management Coordinator during events;
Perform related duties as required.
Completion of a bachelor degree in business administration or a related field with an additional two to three years responsible experience in operation of ticketing service for entertainment, cultural, or sporting events; or any combination of relevant education and experience which provides the following:
Physical Exam Required
Knowledge and Abilities
- Business computers.
Learn and use a computerized ticketing service;
Supervise the work of others;
Develop and maintain effective working relationships;
Respond to customer complaints in a courteous manner;
Maintain accurate records;
Communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Occasionally climb stairs;
Frequently flex upper trunk forward;
Occasionally lift up to 50 pounds;
Occasionally carry up to 10 pounds;
Frequently flex upper trunk forward; partial flexing of knees;
Frequently rotate upper trunk forward to right and left while sitting or standing;
Occasionally reach at, above, or below shoulder height.
Project Assistant, Box Ohe-619/51882
Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Candidates must have four years of educational and/or administrative experience in an educational program or organization, or in a government or community-based organization; this experience must have involved serving/supporting at risk youth or related initiatives.
Substitution: Bachelor's degree in education, public policy, public administration or other field related to education can be substituted for two years of experience.
Duties Description The New York State Education Department's Office of Education Policy is seeking candidates for a Project Assistant position in the Office of Student Support Services. This position will focus primarily on providing coordination and support between program offices within the State Education Department and external partners, including, but not limited to schools and districts, juvenile justice placements and education providers, Division of Criminal Justice Services and Office of Children and Family Services. The successful candidate will also have assignments related to other programs and services within the Office of Student Support Services.
Student Support Services promotes student learning and wellness as well as school improvement by directing and managing programs and services designed to provide the supports necessary for children and youth to successfully fulfill their potential as students and citizens. The programs and services provided include guidance and resources to schools related to physical health, mental health, wellness, social and emotional development, school climate and safety, extended learning opportunities, pupil personnel services, academic interventions, the education of youth in foster care, as well as alternative education and education programs for youth involved with the justice system.
Duties of this position include, but are not limited to, the following:
Collaborate with staff from other program offices within the department regarding Department policy and program needs related to justice involved youth;
Assist in development of partnerships between schools and offices/agencies engaged in corrections and juvenile justice reform efforts, including collaborations with NYSED staff, Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) and Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, Office of Children and Family Services, and other juvenile justice systems to ensure and strengthen quality education programs as well as school and community re-entry efforts for justice involved youth;
Collaborate with educators in schools and programs for school-age youth in detention, placement or incarceration to ensure and strengthen quality education programs as well as school and community re-entry efforts for justice involved youth;
Provide technical assistance regarding laws, rules, and regulations that apply to education of at-risk, detained, and/or incarcerated youth to schools, local education agencies, other public or private agencies, professional groups or parents;
Assist in development of criteria, strategies, and successful models for the education of youth in detention, incarceration, and/or re-entering school and community that can be replicated throughout the State;
Assist in development of guidance for schools, local education agencies, other public or private agencies related to juvenile re-entry after juvenile justice involvement with focus on enhancing opportunities for youth success;
Arrange and/or conduct meetings, conferences, or workshops to support program initiatives;
Serve on committees and/or workgroups to support or advance Department initiatives;
Conduct monitoring site visits, phone monitoring and technical assistance to programs, sometimes in collaboration with technical assistance centers, and organize, compile, and review site visit reports;
Review and/or manage State and federally funded grant applications and contracts related to program requirements, development plans, performance reviews, and aligned budgets;
Assist in writing requests for proposals as well as the operation of the applications review process and qualifications of potential reviewers;
Navigate between education, corrections, children and family services, and other juvenile justice systems to ensure and strengthen quality education programs as well as juvenile school and community re-entry efforts;
Analyze data leading to the generation of potential solutions to issues and barriers related to the detention, incarceration, and re-entry of youth of school age; and
Perform special assignments as assigned.
Additional Comments CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: This will be a temporary appointment. Promotions and transfers may change appointees' negotiating unit. Candidates should be aware that changes in negotiating units may affect their salary, insurance, and other benefits. This position will require regular statewide travel for on-site visits with educational providers. Travel is estimated to be 40% of the job duties.
- Leads to a maximum salary of $71,980 based on annual performance advances.
APPLICATION: Qualified candidates should send a resume and letter of interest by October 12, 2018 to email@example.com (email submissions are preferred). You must include the Box number (OHE-619/51882) of the position in the subject line of your email and cover letter to ensure receipt of your application.
Food Program Evaluation Specialist 1, Food Programs Evaluation Specialist Trainee 1 (Five Positions), Box Ohe-622
Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Reassignment: Candidates must have one year of permanent competitive or 55b/c service as a Food Programs Evaluation Specialist 1.
Eligible List Appointment: Candidates must be reachable on the School Food Programs Specialist 1 or School Food Programs Specialist 2 Civil Service eligible list. If you are on the Civil Service eligible list for this title, you may receive a canvass letter. You must complete and return it as instructed on the letter.
Provisional Appointment to Food Programs Evaluation Specialist 1: In the absence of an eligible list with three or more candidates willing to accept a position, a non-permanent provisional appointment may be considered. For non-permanent provisional appointment, candidates must have either:
1.a bachelor's degree* and two years of nutrition or food program compliance experience;
2.OR An associate's degree* and four years of nutrition or food program compliance experience;
3.OR New York State certification as a Certified Dietitian, Certified Nutritionist, or Certified Dietitian Nutritionist; and two years of nutrition or food program compliance experience;
- Qualifying bachelor's and associate's degrees must be either of the following: Nutritional Science, Nutrition Education, or Dietetics; OR, Food Service Management, Institutional Food Service Management, or Hotel and Restaurant Management, including at least three credit hours in nutrition.
Provisional Appointment to Food Programs Evaluation Specialist Trainee 1: If the eligible list has fewer than 3 acceptors, a non-permanent provisional appointment may be considered. For non-permanent provisional appointment to Food Programs Evaluation Specialist Trainee 1, candidates must have either:
1.An associate's degree* and two years of nutrition or food program compliance experience;
Or 2. New York certification as a Certified Dietitian, Certified Nutritionist, or Certified Dietitian Nutritionist.
- A qualifying associate's degree must be either of the following: Nutritional Science, Nutrition Education, or Dietetics; OR, Food Service Management, Institutional Food Service Management, or Hotel and Restaurant Management, including at least three credit hours in nutrition.
Provisional candidates must take the examination for Food Programs Evaluation Specialist 1 when it is next offered, and must be reachable on the resulting eligible list to maintain employment.
Examples of non-qualifying work experience: Food service worker; wait or catering staff; fast food or short order cook; chef, sous-chef, or other restaurant kitchen staff; food demonstrator/sales; grocery store clerk/cashier; butcher; dietary aide; marketing associate; personal trainer; food production; fitness coach; and home health aide.
Duties Description The New York State Education Department's Office of Education Policy is seeking candidates to fill five Food Programs Evaluation Specialist 1 positions in the Office of Child Nutrition. This Office is responsible for providing technical assistance and performing field inspections of schools, sponsors, and residential child care institutions participating in the School Breakfast, School Lunch, and Summer Food Service Programs to ensure compliance with State and federal regulations, including the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. Duties of these positions include, but are not limited to, the following:
Under the general supervision of a Food Programs Evaluation Specialist 2, independently conduct comprehensive administrative reviews of child nutrition programs;
Plan, develop, implement and evaluate child nutrition programs to support the mission of State and federal programs;
Demonstrate a professional knowledge and understanding of State and federal regulations and interpret regulations for schools and school districts;
Develop, implement and disseminate written guidance, policy and program agreements for child nutrition programs to ensure compliance with rules and regulations;
Independently schedule and prepare materials for administrative school reviews and field inspections;
Review and monitor implementation of corrective action plans, generate follow-up correspondence, and conduct unannounced school visits;
Propose recommendations for withholding funding, imposing special conditions on contractors and sponsors and termination of programs;
Assist in the design of program and compliance reviews and procedures;
Ensure uniform program monitoring and compliance review efforts statewide;
Administer electronic or manual recordkeeping and reporting instruments and generate reports as needed;
Conduct comprehensive nutritional analyses to ensure menus meet appropriate age and grade nutrition requirements;
Evaluate and assess compliance with cost principals, audit requirements and Civil Rights requirements;
Monitor program payments for accuracy and timeliness;
Recommend necessary follow-up actions associated with claims and correspond with Reimbursement Unit to report irregularities; and
Assist in the administration of grants, data collection and special program initiatives.
Additional Comments CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: These will be contingent permanent, permanent, or non-permanent provisional appointments. Promotions and transfers may change appointees' negotiating unit. Candidates should be aware that changes in negotiating units may affect their salary, insurance, and other benefits. Verification of degree will be required at the time of interview for all candidates. These positions will require frequent overnight travel.
These positions may be filled as a traineeship. The salary above applies to candidates appointed to Food Programs Evaluation Specialist 1, SG-18. The salary for candidates appointed to Food Programs Evaluation Specialist Trainee 1 starts at $42,986 and, for current New York State employees, is based on the candidate's salary at the time of hire. Candidates appointed at the trainee level will be required to successfully complete the traineeship in order to advance to the journey level title and salary.
- Leads to a maximum salary of $71,980 based on annual performance advances.
APPLICATION: Qualified candidates should send a resume and letter of interest by October 12, 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org (email submissions are preferred). You must include the Box number (OHE-622) of the position in the subject line of your email and cover letter to ensure receipt of your application.
Box Office Representative - Part-Time, Benefited
This classification has been designated as a non-classified, non-merit system, at-will position.
The Box Office Representative position performs customer relations work for the Mesa Arts Center (MAC) and Amphitheater. A Box Office Representative is responsible for selling subscription and single admission tickets over the counter, by mail, and by phone reservation using specialized software; providing information in person or by telephone regarding performance and art studio time schedules, locations of events, various pricing, availability and seating arrangements; explaining box office policies, answering questions, and resolving routine problems regarding ticket sales; balancing cash receipts and unsold tickets to ensure ticket accuracy and security; demonstrating continuous effort to improve operations and decrease turnaround times; working cooperatively to provide quality customer service while adhering to City policies; explaining MacFest policies and renting artist spaces; using specialized software to register students for performing and visual arts classes and seasonal youth camps; selling class supplies; providing membership registration; serving as City of Mesa information desk; and performing other duties as required.
This class is supervised by the Box Office/Registration Supervisor who reviews work through observation, reports, meetings, conferences, and results achieved. Work is subject to irregular hours (evenings, weekends, and holidays); sometimes on short notice. This class is FLSA nonexempt.
Qualifications & Requirements
Employee Values: All employees of the City of Mesa are expected to uphold and exhibit the City's shared employee values of Knowledge, Respect, and Integrity.
Minimum Qualifications Required. Any combination of training, education, and experience equivalent to graduation from high school or GED. Good (1 - 3 years) customer service sales experience that includes the use of phones and personal computers.
Preferred/Desirable Qualifications. Six months of experience working with an automated, computerized box office system is preferred. Bilingual speaking skills (English/Spanish) are desirable.
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Aviation Safety Inspector (Operations) (Assistant Principal Inspector Operations)
The Assistant Principal Inspector (Operations), General Aviation/Part 135 serves as a full assistant to a Principal Inspector (Operations), General Aviation/Part 135 performing the full range of certification, surveillance and inspection duties for assigned air carriers, air operators, air agencies, airmen, and designees. Has program responsibility to assure that assigned organizations meet Federal Aviation Regulations with respect to operations programs for inspection and surveillance.
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Under the general direction of the Principal Inspector (Operations) or Supervisory Principal Inspector (Operations) accomplishes the following duties:
Assures on a continuous basis that assigned organizations are properly and adequately organized, staffed, and equipped; have and conduct an adequate training program, including an acceptable record keeping system; and have facilities and procedures that meet all regulatory requirements. Chairs joint FAA-industry meetings; maintains regular contact with organizations assigned; and coordinates with top management officials.
Is responsible for the conduct of enforcement investigations and preparation of final reports and recommendations on disposition. Performs or supervises the emergency suspension of certificates or cancellations of operations specifications.
Conducts or directs the reexamination of certificated airmen or recertification of an operator or agency. Conducts investigations of public complaints, congressional inquiries, and aircraft incidents and accidents. Coordinates Minimum Equipment List (MEL) approvals with principal airworthiness inspectors. Takes enforcement in instances of noncompliance with the MEL.
Evaluates training programs to insure that they meet the requirements of the Federal Aviation regulations. Approves or disapproves these training programs including flight simulators, training devices, or other such equipment used in these programs.
Approves/disapproves designation of check airmen and makes recommendations on the appointment of designees.
Evaluates operations and facilities by on-site inspections and review of reports by geographic inspectors and others. Approves the original issuance of operations specifications and issues original operating certificates. Evaluates the safety of proposed changes in route or airport authorizations; prescribes any changes required before approval.
Is responsible for monitoring all phases of operations including: training programs and records; base and station facilities; and route systems. Coordinates with and reviews reports from geographic inspectors and others to identify trends which indicate deterioration in the safety of operations. Directs or suggests changes required to correct such trends.
Is responsible for monitoring the activities of designated examiners, check airmen and instructors.
The incumbent will be required to participate in the flight program as an aircrew member and as such, must meet medical and flight currency requirements as set forth in agency orders governing the operation of aircraft.
Occasional travel - The job may require travel from time- to-time, but not on a regular basis. The travel may be for training or other work-related duties.
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1825 Aviation Safety
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
US Citizenship is required.
Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959.
Must submit an SF50 (See Required Documents)
Ingrade/Downgrade Applications will be accepted
All or None of the applicants may be interviewed
OPM Qualifications Required:
OPM Qualifications Standard for Aviation Safety Series, FG-1825 Minimum Eligibility
Not more than two separate incidents involving Federal aviation regulations violations in the last 5 years;
Valid State driver's license;
Fluency in the English language;
No chemical dependencies or drug abuse that could interfere with job performance; and
High school diploma or equivalent
Medical Requirements for All Positions: Applicants must be physically able to perform the duties of the Aviation Safety Inspector position in a safe and efficient manner, with or without a reasonable accommodation. The minimum medical requirements include the following requirements:
Have good distant vision in each eye and be able to read, without strain, printed materials the size of typewritten characters (glasses and contact lenses permitted);
Have the ability to hear the conversational voice (hearing aid permitted); and
Not have any physical condition that would cause them to be a hazard to themselves or others that would interfere with their ability to fly as passengers in a variety of aircraft.
In addition, when the predominant work involves general aviation operations, applicants for Aviation Safety Inspector (Operations) positions must meet all of the following requirements.
Valid, unexpired Flight Instructor Certificate with single and multi-engine airplane and instrument airplane ratings. Must have given a minimum of 200 hours of flight instruction in an aircraft.
Professional flying skill as demonstrated in a flight check to Commercial Pilot Certificate with an instrument rating;
Possession of Airline Transport Pilot Certificate or Commercial Pilot Certificate with instrument airplane rating.
Minimum of 100 flight hours within the last 3 years.
Minimum of 1,500 total flight hours.
Possession of single and multi-engine land airplane ratings.
Not more than 2 flying accidents in the last 5 years in which the applicant's pilot error was involved.
Possession of a valid second-class FAA medical certificate.
To qualify for this position you must demonstrate in your application that you possess at least one year (52 weeks) of specialized experience equivalent to the next lower level (FV-H, FG/GS-12) in the Federal Service. Specialized experience is experience that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE may include but not limited to: Experience assisting, conducting, or performing various technical functions related to certification, surveillance, investigation, and enforcement activities. Additional experience may be in investigating and reporting on accidents, incidents, and violations.
Recency of specialized experience is waived for current and former FAA employees in the 1825 series.
As a part of the Federal-Wide Hiring Reform Initiative (streamlining the hiring process), the FAA is committed to eliminating the use of the Knowledge, Skills and Ability (KSA) narratives from the initial application in the hiring process for all announcements. Therefore, as an applicant for this announcement, you are NOT required to provide a narrative response in the text box listed below each KSA.
In lieu of providing a KSA narrative response in the text box listed below each KSA, in your work history, please include information that provides specific examples of how you meet the response level or answer you chose for each KSA. Your work history examples should be specific and clearly reflect the highest level of ability. Your KSA answers will be evaluated further to validate whether the level that you selected is appropriate based on the work history and experience you provided. Your answers may be adjusted by a Human Resource Specialist as appropriate.
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Floor Box Supervisor
The Floor/Box Supervisor is responsible for the supervision of all assigned personnel and Table Games in accordance with Casino regulations and departmental policies and procedures.
Also responsible for providing continuous Rock Solid Guest Service while ensuring the integrity of the game under changing and occasional stressful situations.
BASIC REQUIREMENTS:To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.Must have at least 1-year supervisory experience.Must have at least 2 years dealing experience.General knowledge of Blackjack and basic dealing procedures.Must learn a secondary game within their 90 days Introductory Period.Must be familiar with all US currency.Lead by example attitude.Strong sense of customer service
Strong social skills
Dependable and prompt
Ability to work and interact with Table Games Team Members and all departments throughout the organization
Contingent Box Office Clerk I
- Conduct sales and marketing transactions by telephone, mail, and/or in person. Process cash, personal checks, credit cards, and other certificates/vouchers using automated ticketing system. Serve as first contact to public. Answer box office phones promptly and professionally.
2.Conduct routine updates of ticketing system by extracting reports, data and other information as requested. Routinely review and update patron files to ensure accurate information for sales, marketing and research.
3.Maintain up-to-date knowledge of all performances, artists and other events. Fulfill patron requests for information in a timely fashion.
4.Maintain a helpful and positive demeanor at all times to provide a positive experience for patrons and ensure a well-managed event. Resolve customer service issues; assist during emergencies, and alert management to any potential issues needing attention.
Essential Responsibilities Continued:
1.Assist department staff with administrative tasks, research projects, data collection, and other special duties.
2.Perform other duties as assigned which pertain to the job description.
Does Not Supervise
Sedentary Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body.
Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.
Visual Acuity: Position requires close visual acuity to perform activities (i.e. preparing/analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer monitor; extensive reading; visual inspection involving small defects, small parts, and/or operation of machines; using measurement devices; and/or assembly or fabrication parts at distances close to the eyes).
Work Environment: Moderate noise.
Environmental Conditions: Typical office or administrative conditions (i.e. not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions).
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
1.High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
2.Two years previous work experience processing transactions, i.e. payments, refunds, etc.
3.Basic computer skills.
4.Customer service experience.
5.Strong interpersonal skills.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Materials Required to Complete the Application Process for this Position:
Cover Letter/Letter of Application
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Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Statement
Box Office Cashier / Imax Theatre Host
Do you enjoy working in a fast paced customer service environment? Do you enjoy front-line visitor interactions and serving as a resource to others? Are you passionate about the blue planet and protecting our ocean?
The New England Aquarium is currently seeking Part Time Regular Cashier/Theatre Hosts to work in our Box Office & IMAX Theater. This is a great position if you are looking to gain weekend hours and have an interest in joining the New England Aquarium! The Cashier/Theatre Hosts are responsible for providing information to visitors and accurately processing POS transactions for the Aquarium and IMAX Theatre.
Saturday and Sunday, between the hours of 8:30 am to 9:00 pm.
This is a year round weekend only position. Please do not apply if you are unavailable on weekends.
Demonstrates consistently high standards of interaction with visitors and fellow staff members by providing first-class customer service as detailed in the Box Office Standards.
Up-sells to combo tickets of all types (esp. IMAX and AQ). Sells 3rd party merchandise (City Pass, Explorer Cards)
Follows department policies and reports any issues to the lead on duty.
Responsible for their own daily deposits.
Responsible for knowing all discounts, coupons and promotions that pertain to the ticketing function.
Calmly handles customer complaints and directs them to a lead if needed.
Cross-trains and assists in all areas of Box Office / IMAX as needed. Functions as an IMAX host on a regular basis.
Functions as a Line Facilitator directing and assisting visitors as they enter the Plaza and ticketing queues.
Performs other position-related duties, as assigned.
Minimum Training and Experience
2 years High school required.
Minimum of 6 months of job-related experience preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Cashier skills/ experience
Customer service experience
Ability to be outgoing and friendly
Strong communication skills
Strong math skills
For more information, please visit : https://neaq.applicantpro.com/jobs/
New England Aquarium is committed to diversity in the workplace and is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer as defined by the EEOC.
Owner Operator Drivers - Cdl-A Sand Box Truck Drivers
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