Brand Recorder Job Description Sample
We are a service company who records/processes real estate documents for Title Insurance Companies. We operate in all counties in California for several different companies. Your duties would be to pick up documents from Title company offices and take them to the Marin County recorder for processing. You will also be providing information back to the Title Companies in the format of excel spreadsheets. You will work independently without direct supervision on a daily basis.
Production Recorder F4/5
Production Recorder F4/5
Posted Date 10/13/2017
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54220123 Overnight Operatives Portland IN Mexican Original Portland Plnt 47371 #
Pay Type non-exempt
Position ID 11260582
Employment Type FULL-TIME - - - #
Description This position is responsible for ensuring all materials are transported and or unloaded in a timely manner while maintaining a safe work environment and adhering to Tyson policies and procedures. #
Tasks This position is responsible for monitoring the box forming machines, making adjustments as needed, reporting any issues to the supervisor or lead and fill out various log sheets. This position is required to follow all Tyson safety rules and complete Lock Out Tag Out Training.
This position will be exposed on a routine basis to warm temperatures ranging from 65-90 degrees, wet and or humid conditions, slippery floors in some areas, and concrete floors. This position also may be exposed to air borne particles, and a noise level loud enough to require hearing protection. This position will require walking, bending, squatting, standing, and lifting repetitively up to 50lbs on a frequent basis and move heavy objects up to 500lbs with mechanical device. #
Requirements Must have a minimum of 6 months of operator experience. Must have 1 year continuous work history with a single employer in the past 3 years to be considered. Must not have been terminated from a previous employer for attendance or job abandonment. Must not have been employed by Tyson Foods in the last 3 years to be eligible for hire. Must be available to work overtime and weekends. - - - Tyson Foods, Inc. voluntarily participates in the E-Verify system and uses all tools made available by the federal government to confirm the employment eligibility of all team members. Persons offered employment with Tyson Foods are required to provide documentation proving their employment eligibility, and all offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of the E-Verify process. What is E-Verify (English)
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(Español) All Tyson Team Members are responsible for safety. This includes but is not limited to personal safety and food safety. An Equal Opportunity Employer Disability Friendly
Event Recorder Supervisor
Summary The Event Recorder Supervisor oversees the event recorder program and acts as the primary liaison between US Xpress and Lytx, the event recorder vendor.
Duties & Responsibilities * Works in partnership with Operations and Maintenance to facilitate the further installation of event recorders into the Company fleet.
Responsible for monitoring daily functionality of system; acts as key point of contact for event recorder program.
Makes decision to determine if the event was an actual collision or not.
Acts as liaison between IT and Lytx vendor. This includes coordinating any changes to the Lytx platform and training all internal stakeholders.
Analyzes data from the system to identify organization improvement opportunities and successful behaviors/ areas; communicates finding to Safety and Driver Training to initiate proactive activities.
Ensures that events are coached within company time guidelines based on event classification.
Identify gaps in coaching effectiveness and offer additional coaching on event recorder situations to Fleet Managers and/or Field Safety Supervisors.
Ensures appropriate accountability is in place based on driver behaviors; makes recommendations for improvements to the accountabilities/ training assignments to improve driver behavior and reduce incidents, especially in cases of repetitive events.
Utilizes report to identify opportunities for improvement within program and ways to increase program success.
Ensures the SOP is current and followed for all activities related to the event recorder program.
Provides training to Operations personnel to ensure that coaching provided is impactful; on-boards new Operations personnel to build their familiarity with the system and how to use it.
Continue to evaluate ROI of the event recorder program.
Compile and communicate to necessary stakeholders (e.g. Operations, Safety, etc.) specific safety event issues and trends to enable the leadership to address with drivers. Reports may vary across business units.
Perform data comparison and trend analysis reports by business unit for monthly operational meetings. May be required to present findings to operational management team, answer questions, and brainstorm potential solutions at meetings.
Review routing that could potentially lead to violations or accidents to determine if change is needed and report to management.
Review driver event recorder record against USX policy to determine if driver is in compliance; notify management when the driver is not in compliance.
Performs additional duties as assigned by leadership.
Associate’s degree in related field or equivalent experience required. Equivalent years of experience are defined as one year of professional experience for each year of college requested. Experience
Experience in transportation or safety preferred.
Program management experience preferred. Skills/Certifications
Excellent interpersonal skills and written and oral communication skills.
Excellent judgment, problem solving, and analytical skills
Must be familiar with federal and state laws & guidelines (e.g. OSHA, DOT, FMCSA, etc.).
Strong knowledge in Microsoft Excel and Word programs.
Work Environment:this job operates in a normal professional office environment and routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers and fax machines, and filing cabinets.
while performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to talk or hear; frequently stands, walks, uses hands to finger, handle or feel; and reaches with hands and arms. Date Posted: 10 / 24 / 2017 City: Chattanooga
Shift Details:* Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM
Requisition Number:* 10055 Shift: Weekday - Days
Data Entry At The County Recorder Office
Looking for contractor to do data entry for Soft Incubator in the county recorders office . You will be paid at a per document fee . There is a contract that will need to signed and you will be a 1099 contractor for the company.
There are no benefits, this is a contracting position only . Please attach resume to email if you are interested along with an email or phone number so I can reach you . This is not a work from home job you will need to go and work in the county recorders office.
We collect data from the county recorders office , deed , mortgages , assignments , release and some foreclosure .We provide you with training of documents & the system you will be using and a time frame to key for us .
Per document fee as followed:
.60 all documents
What you will need for this contracting position is :
Dependable and hard working.
Real Estate background is a plus but not Needed .
*Efficient typing skills
* Need Laptop or IPad with battery backup
*Skills with Computers, Word Documents & Microsoft Excel.
M-F flexible hours data entry
Court Recorder - Weekday Shifts (Pt) - Marshall, MN
Adequate typing ability is an important skill for this role. If you are selected as a candidate, you will be asked to take a brief 5-minute typing test.
A link to the typing test will be sent to your email box. Please be sure to monitor your email box for this test link.
Location: Marshall, MN StratComm, Inc. manages Verbatim Hearing Recorder (VHR) services (similar to Court Recording) for the Social Security Administration's Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR). We are seeking dependable and detail-oriented people to work part-time in these freelance positions to record the proceedings and take notes during SSA appeal hearings held in the Marshall, MN ODAR location.
The hearings are scheduled one month in advance.
Learning the required procedures and the use of the equipment and software
Escorting claimants to the hearing room, ensuring they understand the process of the
Setting up the digital recording equipment and ensuring it is functioning properly prior to the start of each
Operating the equipment and annotating the digital recording in order to provide an index of events during the hearing
Submitting a complete and audible digital recording of the hearing, including exhibits offered by the claimant or representative.
Candidates must be comfortable with technology, including the use of computers, digital recording equipment, teleconferencing equipment, and smartphones.
Excellent typing skills, a professional demeanor, and good communication and listening skills are essential. Candidates must display compassion when dealing with claimants and maintain the confidentiality of their personal information. This position requires vehicle ownership for certain locations and a smartphone since reliable transportation and communication with the home office and Team Lead is critical.
Candidates must have a high school diploma or GED. Veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. Previous experience as a transcriptionist is helpful, but not required.
This is a part-time position. Training will be provided. It will be necessary to apply for and obtain a security clearance, which will include fingerprinting.
StratComm will assist in this process. StratComm is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
We are a certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business and strongly encourage all veterans to apply. Required education:
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International Business & Technical Consultants, Inc. (IBTCI), a U.S. based international development consulting company established in 1987, has worked in over 100 countries and implemented nearly 300 projects. IBTCI serves government agencies, private sector companies and several donor agencies.
IBTCI specializes in Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E), Research and Learning across many sectors including, but not limited to, conflict and crisis, democracy and governance, agriculture and food security, economic growth, education, environment, global health and humanitarian assistance. Job Title: Graphic Recorder Department/Location:
Washington, D.C/ Worldwide Reports To: Home Office Project Director Type: Consultant
IBCTI seeks a Visual Communicator and Graphic Recorder to attend and record the discussions at a 1- day conference in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The purpose of this learning conference (with approximately 100-150 participants) is to bring together country-wide mission staff, IPs, government counterparts, stakeholders and beneficiaries to share knowledge, research, results, and experiences and to engage private sector and media to better tell the stories within Sierra Leone, to other Ebola affected countries, and the American public. Overall Goals and Objectives of the learning conference in Sierra Leone are: • Share learning that will strengthen country-led efforts and build capacity of governments, USAID/Sierra Leone, and implementing partners for enhanced resilience and sustainable development. • Share with Government stakeholders and US audiences lessons learned and best practices that are contributing to the Government of Sierra Leone national agenda for prosperity. • Offer recommendations to the Government of Sierra Leone and other key stakeholders to advance actions for sustainability and resilience to manage future shocks.
Essential Duties/Tasks and
The Visual Communicator/Graphic Recorder will capture the content, milestones, and discussion using the tools of visual communications (real-time images, quotes, concepts, connections) during the meeting. The content will be used to chart out next steps following the conference.
The Visual Communicator/Graphic Recorder will provide real time graphic illustrations for all sessions on the agenda. Successful candidates must have the following: • Minimum 3 years experience working in high-level health and government settings. • Familiarity with concepts of government, health, and decision-making. • Previous experience in visual and graphic recording at day-long meetings, conferences, and events. • Strong skills in management of time, scope, quality, communication, etc. • Ability to turn complex conversations and information into simple, compelling images. • Diplomacy skills and ability to work and communicate with high-level government stakeholders. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Fluency in English (written and spoken). • At least 3 years of relevant experience. • Ability to communicate effectively through visual communication.
Education: A bachelor’s degree in communications or a related field. Working Environment: Work is typically performed in an office environment.
Supervisory Responsibility: This position does have supervisory responsibilities. Travel: The candidate is required to travel as required by the SOW.
Work Authorization: Must be authorized to work in the USA. No phone calls please.
All candidates will be acknowledged, but only final candidates for particular activities will be contacted. IBTCI is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity for all persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran, or any other classification protected by applicable anti-discrimination laws. We prohibit and do not tolerate any form of discrimination or harassment. External Company URL: www.ibtci.com
Temporary Electronic Court Recorder - Minot
General Summary or Purpose Variable hours depending on workload, however, hours are anticipated to be 20 hours per week. The position is needed through December or longer.
Title of Immediate Supervisor: Varies Accountable For (Job Titles): None FLSA Status: Non-Exempt The Electronic Court Recorder is responsible for making a verbatim record of district and juvenile court trials, proceedings, and other matters using audio recording equipment, writing court logs, noting appearances and essential events during these proceedings, and providing transcripts, as required.
Positions assigned to this classification provide administrative and secretarial support to a referee or district judge and court staff, assist in calendar control and scheduling, and may serve as liaison between the referee or district judge and others in matters handled by the referee or judge. Positions assigned to this classification follow routines and processes established by others but still require specialized experience to perform the requirements of the job. Additionally, this position differs from Administrative Assistant II in that the former provides administrative support services and assistance directly to a referee or district judge and responsibilities relating to court recording are more diverse whereas Administrative Assistant II's responsibilities are to provide general administrative and secretarial support to other staff within the court system.
Additionally, this position is personally responsible for the production of all required and requested transcripts unless they are prepared by a third party. Major Responsibilities & Essential Functions Note: Any one position in this classification may not perform all the duties and responsibilities listed below.
Accurately records, transcribes, and certifies the record of court and jury trial proceedings, unless it is prepared by a third party, by computer-aided equipment per state and appellate requirements. Responsibility also requires taking court notes during hearings to identify appearances and to note significant events during the hearing and to locate and present prior testimony. Travel to other counties within and outside of the district for court proceedings assigned to the district judge or referee is also required.
Performs clerking duties in courtroom, administers oath, marks documents, maintains logs and other forms, and transfers storage devices, files, and records to the clerk of district court for reference. Prepares and distributes official transcripts and related documents. Coordinates meetings and maintains the calendar for the judge and his or her court schedule.
Schedules trials and other court proceedings, unless done by a calendar clerk and in cooperation with the clerk of court, and informs parties of the same. Provides secretarial and clerical support to the district judge or referee by preparing, transcribing, and proofing all correspondence, findings, orders, jury instructions, memorandum, or other materials. Performs a variety of clerical and administrative tasks that may include: scheduling rotation of court reporter pool, answering phones, maintaining and purchasing office supplies, maintaining law library, arranging appointments and travel reservations, scheduling and notifying parties of meetings and proceedings, performing related scheduling functions, and preparing expense vouchers.
Serves as primary contact for case-related information as requested. Greets visitors, screens telephone calls and correspondence, provides information, explains policies and procedures, or refers, as appropriate. Acts as a liaison between the district judge or referee and personnel from other agencies, the general public, and attorneys.
Performs other duties of comparable level or type. Minimum Qualifications & Certification or Licensing Requirements Requires a high school diploma and two years of previous secretarial experience in a court, law office or related job experience. Requires AAERT (American Association of Electronic Reporters and Transcribers) CER (certified electroniccourt reporter)and CET (certified electronic transcriber) certifications or ability to obtain within two years ofjob entry.
A comparable certification by another state courtor federal court may be substituted for the AAERT certification. At this time an internal Transcript Practice and Quality Assurance Program may be substituted for the CET. Knowledge, Skill, & Physical Requirements Knowledge
Considerable knowledge of secretarial practices and procedures. Considerable knowledge of legal terminology, business English, punctuation, and grammar. Considerable knowledge of office systems, procedures, and equipment.
Considerable knowledge of electronic recording equipment.
Considerable knowledge of word processing, database, and internet software. Considerable knowledge of court rules, procedures, and functions.
Basic knowledge of law and legal principles. Skill
Ability to proficiently use related software programs.
Record keeping skills. Skilled in the use of word processing and internet browsing applications. Skilled in accurate transcription from audio recordings.
Basic legal research skills. Written communication skills. Proofreading and editorial skills.
Interpersonal skills to deal effectively with all levels of personnel and the public. Physical
The essential functions of the job typically require: sitting, standing, walking, talking, hearing, seeing, feeling, reaching, and fingering requirements or other reasonable methods that accommodate an individual in completing the essential functions of the job.
Employee may be subject to some limited travel in the performance of the job. Physical requirements can typically be characterized as Light: Work involves exerting up to 20 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 lbs. frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. SDL2017
Brand Ambassador: Brand Management And Brand Consulting
LOVE the person to person interaction in your current industry, but tired of feeling like you're stuck in a dead end job? Have you been working hard, only for someone else to take the credit?
Innox is looking for a competitive, sports-minded individual with experience in the restaurant, retail, and customer service industries to fill an immediate opening for a Brand Ambassador. The right candidate will love the thrill of a challenge, the excitement of working in a team, and the drive of tackling new advertising campaigns.
Our firm’s edge is the ability to provide measurable results with their marketing efforts directly to their clients. This team believes that as a team there is nothing more important than the growth of their employees. The future marketing managers of our client’s company are going to develop from entry level people today that they cultivate into leaders in the advertising industry. This rapid growth is a result of the acquisition of this firm’s largest client to date, the national leader in green energy to our client portfolio.
Our firm is in immediate need of a Brand Ambassador to provide support in developing the marketing department. As a Brand Ambassador, you will develop strategic, proactive marketing campaigns to create a positive brand experience and meet sales goals for prestigious clientele. Candidates who possess sports experience or excel in a fast, high-pressure environment have the best chance of succeeding in our client’s organization and growing into a marketing management role.
Responsibilities of the Brand Ambassador:
- Interact at on-site with clients' customers in order to promote clients’ products and services and increase sales.
- Impact sales results by performing product demonstrations and developing, supporting and executing field marketing and segment activities.
- Execute and plan marketing campaigns depending on expertise.
- Work with various corporate/field marketing managers to determine appropriate customized programs for clients and develop strategies for various market segments.
- Provide project support to ensure campaign success.
- Publicize campaign and work with Account Development to raise awareness and drive high levels of attendance and participation by targeted audience.
What we look for:
• Must possess excellent interpersonal communication skills
• Maintain a high level of professionalism and integrity
• 4 Year degree preferred
• 1-2 years of customer service, sales, or management experience preferred
• Demonstrated leadership ability
• Demonstrated critical thinking and problem solving skills
Court Recorder (Pt) Weekday Shifts - Sioux Falls, SD
Court Recorder Adequate typing ability is an important skill for this role. If you are selected as a candidate, you will be asked to take a brief 5-minute typing test.
A link to the typing test will be sent to your email box. Please be sure to monitor your Indeed email box for this test link. Part-Time Position Location: Sioux Falls, SD http://mbsrecruiting.avature.net/stratcommcareers?jobId8308&sourceBroadbean&tagslmccaskill siouxfalls StratComm, Inc. manages Verbatim Hearing Recorder (VHR) services (similar to Court Recording) for the Social Security Administration's Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR). We are seeking dependable and detail-oriented people to work part-time in these
Brand Ambassador And Brand Manager : Start Entry Level
Hiring Company: ULTIMATE MARKETING
MUST BE WILLING TO COMMUTE TO WOODBRIDGE DAILY
Entry Level Brand Ambassador
DO YOU PRIDE YOURSELF IN ALWAYS WANTING TO GIVE BACK OR BE A PART OF A CHARITABLE TEAM?
HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED AN EXCITING AND REWARDING CAREER WORKING IN MARKETING, ADVERTISING, AND PROMOTIONS?
Ultimate Marketing is seeking a Brand Marketing Representative to work with one of Virginia's fastest growing fundraising and charitable event firms. This growing company develops dynamic event based campaigns that are specifically designed to increase brand awareness on behalf of D.A.R.E America. Ultimate Marketing is experiencing phenomenal growth as a direct result of continuous success, and having significantly increased clients' revenue by attracting new customers and elevating their products to new tiers of distribution.
Ultimate Marketing is interviewing for an ENTRY LEVEL MARKETING AND BRAND AMBASSADOR POSITION that have the opportunity for advancement into management through our management-training program.
CORE VALUES OF THE COMPANY ARE TO PROMOTE AND MAINTAIN A POSITIVE, FUN AND PROFESSIONAL ATMOSPHERE WHILE DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP QUALITIES IN EXISTING AND FUTURE MANAGERS
The perfect candidate must possess enthusiasm, strong work ethic, and willingness to learn. We also value great people skills, ambition, and integrity.
If you have experience in any of the following fields, we would love to hear from you!
· Customer Service
· Promotional Sales
Ultimate Marketing is in the connecting business, plain and simple. We are the window of opportunity for up and coming professionals looking to gain job experience with a rapid growing company in Virginia.
We do NOT participate in head hunting, name generation, or any type of 'pay for position' recruitment. Our clients have hired us at NO cost to the candidate to be able to find the BEST people to work with their growing firms. Our focus is to help ambitious, self-starting job seekers (like you) realize their professional potential by connecting them with job opportunities from employers who place similar value on the need for growth & the drive for success.
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