Chief Projectionist Job Description Sample
Motion Picture Projectionist (Ifc Center)
IFC Center requires a highly skilled licensed projectionist to operate and maintain D-Cinema, HD video, and 35mm projection equipment. The projectionist is responsible for ensuring that all video, film, and audio equipment functions efficiently and meets our high standard of presentation quality.
The IFC Center motion picture projection staff is vital to the everyday operation of the Film Center. Operators are responsible for the proper presentation of all screenings and special events. The professional capabilities of the operators are vital to the highest quality audience experience in art house cinema.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Operation of D-Cinema and 35mm motion picture projection equipment to facilitate exhibition on 5 screens, 25 to 35 shows per day. Scheduling of automated playback and attention to quality control are the principle duties of the projectionist.
Projection of reel to reel 35mm shows, including preparing the film to be shown from house reels. Preparation and subsequent breaking down of plattered 35mm prints, requiring the operator to splice reels together onto a platter for continuous feature length presentation. Inspection and documentation is required for every 35mm print that is handled at IFC Center.
Oversight and organization of incoming and outgoing print traffic and shipping coordination with administrative staff, as needed.
Maintenance and cleaning of projection booth equipment, including splicers, rewind tables, platters, lamphouses, and projectors. Replacement and alignment of xenon bulbs in film and video projectors.
Set up and testing of stage and booth A/V equipment for live events, and monitoring of quality throughout. IFC Center hosts panel discussions, Q & A's, conversations with filmmakers and live music events before and after film screenings.
In addition to the 5 auditoriums, IFC Center displays content on 3 large plasma screen monitors in the lobby. The screens are operated through a central audio visual control system that resides in the projection booth.
The projectionist is responsible for administering changes in programming content for the lobby panels. The projectionist needs to communicate with management staff on presentation issues and print traffic issues offering recommendation for resolution.
Every film at the IFC Center is preceded by a 10 to 15 minute digital pre-show which changes weekly, or as required. The projectionist is responsible for assembling the IFC Center logo, short film and 3 to 4 trailers in the DCP playlists for every feature film.
Participation in special projects and performance of other duties as assigned.
The ability to operate D-Cinema, 35mm, and HD video equipment.
New York City DCA Motion Picture Operator's License.
A detailed knowledge of D-Cinema servers and projectors, 35mm motion picture projectors, HD video tape and optical disc playback decks, and cinema sound processors.
Experience with touchpanel control of audio and video routing systems.
Experience with live sound reinforcement equipment, including mixing consoles, compressors, graphic equalizers and microphones, for music and speech special events.
The ability to troubleshoot video and audio equipment, including projector automation.
General knowledge of Windows computers and interface software for various equipment control.
Basic knowledge of Final Cut pro editing suite and Mac OSX.
Ability to understand and execute all safety and security procedures.
The Company is committed to policy of nondiscrimination in its employment and personnel practices. Applicants are considered for all employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, religion, alienage, citizenship, gender, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, genetic predisposition or carrier status, age, marital status, familial status, military or veteran status, status as a victim of domestic violence, stalking or sexual assault, sexual orientation, disability or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.
Chief Of Staff - MD, Medical Doctor
Immediate opportunity for Chief of Staff
- MD, Medical Doctor for a critical access hospital in Oklahoma.
The Chief of Staff will serve as the Chair of the Medical Executive Committee, overseeing the Medical Director, medical delivery in the hospital including Emergency Department, Swing Bed Program, Inpatient, Lab, Radiology, Pharmacy.
Chief of Staff
- MD, Medical Doctor will also maintain a practice in adjoining clinic and perform as a hospitalist to round on unassigned patients.
?? Keep abreast of emerging models in health care delivery; identify and define new and innovative strategies to achieve business goals and objectives
?? Maintains a working knowledge of applicable national, state, and local laws and regulations and other regulatory requirements affecting the medical and allied health staff
?? Identify opportunities to collaborate and develop clinical integration opportunities with owners and other health delivery systems to achieve affordable outcomes
?? Provide clinical guidance, support and education
?? Promote collaboration between both internal and external healthcare team members
?? Develop and implement strategic plans related to the quality improvement, management programs and accreditation standards
?? Assure the ongoing development and implementation of policies and procedures that guide and support the provision of medical staff services
Requirements for the Chief of Staff
- MD, Medical Doctor
?? A current unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Oklahoma.
?? Certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties in his/her respective specialty.
?? A minimum of 5 years professional post-residency experience in direct patient care.
?? Knowledge of managed healthcare systems, medical quality assurance, quality improvement, and risk management.
?? Strategic and innovative thinker with proven ability to communicate a vision and drive results.
?? Demonstrated, management, organizational and interpersonal skills.
?? Ability to solve problems and execute on initiatives.
?? Ability to work collaboratively internally and externally.
?? Self-assured and results oriented
?? Experience and demonstrated successful leadership of case management, disease management, and/or population health programs.
?? Demonstrated ability to assess business needs, design and implement programs and evaluate results.
This job is a full time permanent position. Must be a US citizen, permanent resident or green card holder. No sponsorship will be provided.
Chief Financial Officer
Hospital applied for CAH status and hoping to be approved 2019. Great location: close driving distance to Monterey and Paso Robles California, Central Coast! Must be comfortable living in a rural environment. 45 minutes from ocean.
CFO will direct, supervise and coordinate functions and activities assigned to areas of responsibility.?? Consults with and advises the Hospital Chief Executive Officer on problems related to the financial operation of the Hospital: recommends changes in policy, facility operations of the Hospital and programs to achieve the Hospital's objectives. Provides leadership, direction and administration of Hospital financial systems. Reports to CEO.
QUALIFICATIONS Education: ??????????????? Degree in Business Administration with accounting emphasis- required ??????????????? CPA highly desirable Work Experience: ??????????????? Work experience in an acute care hospital or other health care institution, public accounting firm or related environment as a controller or similar function level highly desirable. California experience preferred. Skills
??????????????? Demonstrated in depth knowledge and experience in managing general accounting, patient accounting, budgeting, reimbursement, management information systems, materials management, utilization review and medical records system. ??????????????? Familiarity with financial and patient care information systems, within a highly computerized organization. ??
Chief Financial Officer
SUMMARY: The CFO is a financial strategist and visionary business planner who identifies and develops new financial opportunities in both product and service lines, while managing the assets of the firm to maximize growth and expansion. As a member of the senior management team, the CFO to the strategic decision-making and operational execution of company initiatives across all areas of the business. Leads the development of the annual business plan and will be in a strategic role in planning and implementing all the financial-related activities of the Company, including responsibility for collections, accounting, finance, treasury, strategic planning and budgeting, risk management, and tax functions. The CFO is additionally responsible, through subordinate executives and managers, for directing the fiscal functions of the global corporation and its subsidiaries in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board and other international regulatory and advisory organizations and in accordance with financial management techniques and practices appropriate within the industry.
PRINCIPLE DUTIES/ RESPONSIBILITIES :
- Identifies and creatively develops new business opportunities, prepares the business cases, and generates the support of the CEO, COO, and other senior team members.
- Assesses risks and limits on current lines of revenue and proposes enhancements and/or replacements for the future.
- Plays a leadership role in the development and execution of the company’s short term and long-term strategy.
- Works effectively across all functional areas of the company, leading by example and positively impacting the company and enhancing the company’s culture internally.
- Serves as trusted advisor to CEO in developing options for equity events, facilitating choice of options, and designing proposals.
- Leads acquisition due diligence and negotiates acquisitions.
- Ensures adequate cash flow to meet organizational needs.
- Develops and promotes a framework to drive financial acumen and accountability across the organization; provides timely and meaningful analyses and reporting to operational leaders to increase their effectiveness.
- Oversees the financial operations of subsidiary companies and foreign operations.
- Manages a team of direct reports which includes regional CFOs globally, Treasurer, and Controller.
- Through direct reports has responsibility for accounting, finance, forecasting, treasury, analysis, reporting, supporting pricing strategies, contract management, capital expenditure analysis, working capital management, hedging, settlements with agents, and managing banking relationships, including covenant reporting.
- Ensures that all of the above functions have appropriate staffing.
- Through direct reports, manages process for financial forecasting, individual and consolidated budgets and financial reporting of the company on a global basis.
- Responsible for financial internal controls and coordination of all financial audits.
- Maintains and develops relations with external auditors and investigate their findings and recommendations.
- Negotiates final audit findings with auditors.
- Reports financial results to Board of Directors and Advisory Board.
- Serves as one of the trustees to oversee administration and financial reporting of the organization’s 401(k) retirement plan.
- Maintains and develops relationships with banks and third-party vendors.
- Responsible for reporting to joint venture partners.
- Reviews all formal accounting, procedures, processes, and administration, and recommends improvements.
- Provides guidance on attracting and developing key team members.
- Works in conjunction with Legal and Compliance to ensure that effective internal controls are in place to ensure compliance with GAAP and applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations for financial and tax reporting.
- Installs and monitors reliable control systems, including those for MIS security.
- Maintains appropriate insurance coverage
- 10+ years of public / private or straight private experience.
- 10+ years Strategic Finance and/or FP&A (Financial Planning & Analysis).
- Experience with M&A and/or private equity a MUST.
- MBA and CPA preferred.
- Experience managing teams of 20+ professionals.
- Experience in financial services required.
- Experience in remittance industry preferred.
- Fluency in English and Spanish preferred.
- High energy.
- Strong interpersonal and team skills, including ability to communicate with and manage well at all levels of the organization and with staff at remote locations
- Leadership capacity to exercise close supervision when needed as well as capacity to delegate to trusted and proven subordinates when appropriate, along with the judgment to discern which style is called for.
- Strong problem solving and creative skills and the ability to exercise sound judgment and make decisions based upon accurate and timely analyses.
- High level of integrity and ethics.
- Engenders trust to safeguard sensitive and confidential information.
- Strong sense of urgency and results orientation.
- Courage to speak candidly, along with emotional intelligence to do so diplomatically and in the best timing and setting.
- Capacity to adapt to and respect the cultures and practices of other countries and of an entrepreneurial firm, while effectively enrolling support for needed changes which will further the shareholders’ objectives.
- Highly professional self-presentation and executive presence
- Willing to travel 25% of time.
Academic Chief Of Orthopedic Trauma Physician Surgeon
Winterville, North Carolina Job #11546822
Seeking an academically oriented, fellowship trained orthopedic trauma surgeon to lead the division of orthopedic trauma. This position will be the founding chief of an active, collaborative clinical, teaching and research program. The chief of orthopedic trauma will work closely with department and hospital leadership to recruit faculty and identify and implement new and advanced orthopedic trauma programs and services, including the eventual development of a fellowship program. Position offers an excellent compensation package including relocation assistance. Minimum requirements include:
- The ideal candidate will have an established record of academic productivity in their defined area of expertise, a regional or national presence, leadership experience and/or training, and a broad knowledge and interest in all aspects of orthopedic trauma.
- MD or equivalent degree from an appropriately accredited institution.
- Completion of accredited residency training.
- Qualified for board certification in psychiatry.
- Must be eligible for medical licensure in the State of North Carolina.
Chief Executive Officer, Collegetracks
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Silver Spring, MD
CollegeTracks is a dynamic organization with dedicated staff, board and volunteers who believe that every student who graduates from high school deserves the opportunity to complete college or technical school regardless of his or her family income or experience with the college application process. Despite Montgomery County’s excellent public school system and perceived affluence, there is an opportunity gap. CollegeTracks was founded to close that gap. Many qualified low-income high school graduates lack the support needed to navigate the complexities of higher education. CollegeTracks is addressing this need through innovative, high-impact programs. Recognizing that getting a college or vocational degree is critical to finding a job, succeeding at that job, and supporting a family, CollegeTracks changes lives and communities by helping Montgomery County’s low-income, first-generation-to-college students with the college and financial aid application process and providing mentoring during college so students may persist and graduate. Since 2003, more than 3,600 CollegeTracks students have enrolled in college; they are graduating at 2 to 3 times the rates of their low-income peers nationally.
We are seeking a seasoned executive leader with a passion for closing the opportunity gap, proven experience in a high-performing nonprofit leadership role, and an ability to build and sustain successful relationships with partners and funders. The top candidate will also lead the execution of the mission, serve as the organization’s primary public spokesperson, ensure the organization’s financial health and operational efficiency, and manage and grow a talented staff.
- Vision and strategy: Lead CollegeTracks’ strategic direction and program growth; collaborate with staff, board, and key stakeholders to set and achieve clear goals
- Relationship management: Develop and cultivate strong relationships with key stakeholders, including foundations, nonprofit partners, corporate supporters, government agencies, volunteers, and board members
- Resource development: Manage existing funder relationships and generate new revenue from diverse sources including county, corporate and foundation partners
- Programs, operations, and financial management: Oversee successful programs and operations, including effective financial management, reporting, risk management and compliance
- Communications and external relations: Serve as the principal spokesperson and advocate for CollegeTracks and generate new external opportunities to collaborate and grow
- Staff leadership and culture: Ensure that all functions are appropriately staffed and provide professional development, coaching, and mentorship to staff
- Impact measurement: Oversee the collection and use of data to monitor progress and quality, learn, improve programs, and report on impact
- Proven ability to help shape and execute an organization’s strategy and successfully advance its mission
- Previous experience in a nonprofit leadership role, including managing and coaching a talented leadership team, and experience or appetite for partnering with an engaged board of directors
- Demonstrated aptitude for cultivating strong relationships with existing and new funders and diverse community partners, to drive sustainability and growth
- Commitment to cultivating a culture of continual learning and growth grounded in data
- Exceptional oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
- An ability to relate to diverse audiences
Learn more about CollegeTracks at https://www.collegetracksusa.org/
Chief Medical Officer
Great location: close driving distance to Monterey and Paso Robles California,??Central Coast! Must be comfortable living in a rural environment. 45 minutes from ocean.
Education and Experience:??
- Medical degree with an active CA medical license.
- Minimum of five (5) years of clinical experience in specialty. Minimum of three years (3) of management experience in health care.
- Current, active, unrestricted license to practice medicine in at least one US state or territory and prior (or current) Board Certification in a specialty are required. If the physician is clinically active, a current, active, unrestricted license to practice medicine must be in the state where the assigned facility operates and the Board Certification must be current.
Cno, Chief Nursing Officer
In a typical fiscal year, they admit roughly 1,900 patients, deliver 450 babies, perform 2,750 surgeries, and handle more than 8,500 emergencies.
Salary up to 160k plus bonus
Beautiful part of the country right near Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
The CNO has the authority and responsibility for establishing standards of nursing practice. Has the final authority over those associated with providing nursing care, treatment, and services. Participates with other organizational leaders in the planning, promoting, and conducting of organization wide Performance Improvement activities and patient safety. The CNO is responsible for ensuring that nursing policies, procedures, and standards describe and guide how the nursing staff provides the nursing care required by all patients and patient populations. Accountable for cost effective financial performance of all resources, including manpower, supplies, and equipment. Adheres to and practices the??Corporate Compliance Program and participates in Performance Improvement activities.????
Assures Quality Patient Care
?? Responsible for the 24 hour operations of the nursing and other reporting departments.??
?? Assures all nurses are licensed, credentialed, oriented, and annually evaluated to show current clinical competence and ability to fulfill job descriptions.??
?? Collaboratively develops, implements, and evaluates the hospital's overall plan for providing patient care services.??
?? Leads the effective and coordinated delivery of nursing care in collaboration with medical staff, other clinical professionals and support service staff.??
?? Administers and communicates nursing service concerns and actions according to lines established by the organizational chart.??
?? Reviews complaints and grievances of patients, families, staff and physicians and when necessary, investigates and recommends actions to prevent re-occurrence.??
?? Maintains adequate staffing to meet patient care needs for nursing units.??
?? Effectively delegates to, coordinates and collaborates with, nursing directors on various issues and opportunities in nursing operations.??
?? Maintains, develops, and updates skills and knowledge to implement ideal care and service.??
?? Keeps licenses/certifications current and in Human Resources.
?? Maintains hospital standards and supports??Performance Improvement programs and activities.??
?? Assures that patient care standards are established in accordance with Mission, Vision, and Values, the Wyoming Nurse Practice Act, federal and state laws and standards of care.??
?? Maintains timely compliance with regulatory agency requirements and new standards.??
?? Participates with other nursing leaders and with leaders from the governing board, management and medical staff and other clinical areas in planning and conducting organization performance improvement activities.??
?? Approves nursing policies and procedures, nursing standards of patient care and standards of nursing practice.??
?? Serves on hospital and medical staff committees as the nursing representative. Provides nursing service reports to the Board of Trustees.??
Management of Reporting Departments
?? Provides human resource management of reporting departments; both leadership and management functions.??
?? Selects, orients, develops managers and nursing administration employees. Supports management and leadership growth of nursing directors via coaching, goal setting, group dynamics and role modeling.??
?? Evaluates performance of nurse managers on an ongoing basis and formally at least annually.??
?? Monitors department productivity and supports directors in taking appropriate action.??
?? Maintains effective recruitment and retention system for nursing services collaborating with HR.??
?? Ensures that effective communication occurs within and between all operating departments.??
?? Identifies relevant education programs and assists with planning of these programs.??
?? Provides administrative level financial management of reporting departments.??
?? Evaluates budgets (operating and capital) for completeness, logic and justifiable assumptions.??
?? Assists managers in writing budgets that allow realistic resources for program implementation. Assists managers in developing and managing realistic staffing budgets that address needs and efficiencies.
?? Monitors various department's financial operations.
Enterprise Chief Engineer
JOB CODE: 11578244
JOB LOCATION: Charleston, South Carolina
- 20 years engineering experience with large scale DoD and Commercial IT development and integration projects to include management, oversight, and engineering leadership of the following key task areas:
- Decomposition and traceability of requirements categorized by CSCI and HWCI elements with traceability to the design items, T&E methods, interface, training, and cybersecurity requirements
- Business Process Re-Engineering (BPR) efforts. Identification, documentation, and update of business rules, workflows
- Analysis of systems, applications, and technology for the development of cloud-based software technologies
- COTS Evaluation and market research to ensure best value to the Government
- Provide Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) integration into a Cloud environment
- Incorporate human systems and human factors elements
- Calculate Total Ownership Cost (TOC), to include software and annual licensing cost
- Utilize Modular Open Standards Architecture (MOSA) methodologies; leverage modern COTS technologies; incorporate retained GOTS applications as part of the overall solution
- Deliver a System/Subsystem Design Description (SSDD), Interface Design Description (IDD), Database Design Descriptions (DBDDs). Lead and perform Systems Engineering Technical Reviews (SETR)
- Submit and execute a Master Data Management Plan (MDMP); Perform data migration, conversion and quality assurance
- Conduct fit/gap analysis, identify gaps to the as-is processes; propose to-be processes based on COTS
- Update, refine, and maintain configuration control of integrated DoDAF products to include the development of ontologies and taxonomies
- Perform application migration and integration of select GOTS applications
- Develop solutions based on COTS technologies while minimizing software customization and maximizing reuse, integration, and software configuration
- Deliver software components and interfaces using any proven software development or software configuration/integration methodology (e.g., rapid, agile, hybrid waterfall), in close coordination with Government representatives. Deliver software prototypes and pilots
- Ensure delivered functionality operates within a secured IT environment according to all DISA prepared STIGs, SRGs, and other DoD mandated secure configuration guides during the development, test, deployment, and maintenance; and ensure delivered functionality meets the application security and development, operating system, database, and web server STIGs in accordance with cybersecurity requirements
- Cloud based development and integration includes Technology refresh efforts; Database and reports development; Application and GOTS migration; Interface development; COTS software configuration; GOTS integration; Standardization of processes and procedures by which a Contractor transitions a design into a deliverable product or service; Unit, integration, and regression testing of provided products and services; All components, interfaces, and data migration and exchanges necessary to satisfy functional and performance requirements; and all documentation associated with development
- Perform Human Systems Integration (HSI) assessments, and Human Factors Engineering (HFE)
- Oversee and lead Configuration Management and Physical Configuration Audit (PCA)/FCA
- Bachelor of Science degree is required.
- Master of Science desired.
- US citizenship
- Secret clearance
Imagine One offers a full package of benefits and competitive salary, excellent group medical, vision and dental programs. 401K savings plan; $4K annual tuition reimbursement ($5K if pursuing Master’s degree); employee training, development and education programs; profit sharing; advancement opportunities; and much more! Imagine One is an Employee Owned Company!
IMAGINE ONE is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer
*Imagine One “Contingent” offers for employment may stipulate that one or more requirements be satisfied before final commitment between candidate and Imagine One is established; namely, award of contract to the Imagine One Team. Contingent requirements vary and may also include, but not be limited to additional factors (i.e., the position still being available after negotiations with the Government; final approval of your qualifications by the Government; or ability to successfully acquire and/or transfer a DoD security clearance).
Chief Executive Officer
-Family Medical Clinic
-Home Health Agency
-Behavioral Health - adolescent program
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
DEFINITION: The Administrator is a qualified individual appointed by the Board of Directors to administer, direct and coordinate all the activities of the company, complying with applicable laws and regulations.
QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of corporate business management. Demonstrated ability to supervise and direct professional personnel and interface with the community. Baccalaureate Degree or Master’s Degree in Public Health Administration, Hospital Administration or Business Administration preferred, but not required. Minimum of five (5) years supervisory or administrative experience.
- Plans the overall development and administration of the company, including operational planning, under the direction of the Board of Directors and the Advisory Board.
- Develops and/or approves all administrative policies and procedures relating to the company.
- Functions as the primary supporter of the QA process by encouraging improved work methods and procedures to ensure achievement of corporate objectives.
- Reviews and evaluates existing policies and procedures by means of periodic studies.
- Coordinates and integrates the functional phase of the total agency activities.
- Interprets and transmits policies of the governing board to department heads to ensure compliance with policies.
- Participates in and approves the standards and methods of measurement of critical activities of the agency.
- Reviews annual budget and submits it to the Board of Directors for approval.
- Prepares periodic reports to the governing board concerning various phases of agency operations and its financial condition.
- Meets with department heads to solve administrative problems.
- Meets with department heads to coordinate and review activities in view of achieving the goals of the agency.
- Contacts local, state and national associations and bodies and participates in meetings and conventions.
- Approves and reviews all employment activities, including hiring, salary changes and terminations.
- Determines organizational lines of authority and fixes areas of responsibilities to prevent overlapping of, or duplication of, functions, responsibilities or supervision.
- Approves expenditures as required in the corporate purchasing procedures.
- Develops cooperative relationships with other agencies for exchange of information and services, with community agencies to develop understanding of agency program(s) and to increase agency services to the community.
- Performs written performance evaluations on personnel reporting directly to Administrator.
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