Chief Projectionist Job Description Sample
Tracks all special events which require coverage by a dedicated projectionist and schedules accordingly
Checks Ticket Monitor to be sure that all shows are placed in an auditorium which meets the show's technical needs
Monitors the bookings and PCE calendars for additions and cancellations
Print Shipping and Tracking
Updates print tracking document, details all incoming, outgoing and content on hand
Maintains database of studio shipping contacts
Contacts content sources to determine expected delivery of all media
Follows up with sources to ensure delivery of all content no less than 4 days prior
Returns prints, hard drives and other media
Content Ingestion and Server Maintenance
Loads feature and trailer drives onto library server
Downloads in-house content via Alamo FTP
Downloads KDMs to library server
Deletes old content from library server and projector media blocks
Playlist Creation and Allocation
Creates trailer packs according to the poster/trailer assignments
Creates preshow packs
Creates Show Playlists (SPLs) with appropriate packs and cues
Allocates SPLs to schedule with special attention paid to preventing overlapping shows
Ensures that all necessary content is transferred to each auditorium
Monitors the video poster/trailer assignments for mid-week changes
Parts, Supplies and Equipment Ordering
Maintains an inventory of all booth equipment
Orders supplies for 35mm film handling as needed
Orders lamps and other parts for digital and 35mm projectors
Orders additional audio and video accessories as needed
Submits receipts for purchases to management
- Cleans and organizes to maintain a spartan workspace
Projector Maintenance and Repair
Performs routine projector cleaning and maintenances according to a set schedule
Carries out any needed repairs which can be handled in-house
Schedules repair calls with local service tech
35mm Print Inspection
Handles archival prints and prepares them for presentation
Fills out print inspection reports
Repairs damaged prints
Prepares prints for reel to reel operation
PCE Projection and Coordination
Communicates with PCE representatives and clients regarding technical needs for upcoming events
Ensures that all needed equipment is available
Assumes responsibility for integration of client's equipment with house audio/video
Performs the tech run of client's media at least 48 hours prior to event
Presents media according to client's specifications and show flow
- Signature Programming
Coordinates with programmers and hosts to determine show flow and special needs
Oversees the setup of microphones and mixers for show intro and games
Assumes responsibility for setup and operation of any special equipment (lights, pyrotechnics, game systems, etc.)
Uses test loops to tune up image and sound before the show
Ensures tech run of entire feature prior to public show is completed
Assumes responsibility for operation of 35mm changeover
- Film Festivals
Oversees setup of special equipment such as HDcam decks, mixers, scalers and monitors
Assumes responsibility for operation of festival equipment according to the need of festival organizers
Communicates with festival managers regarding content receipt and return
Operates microphones, mixers and lights for intros and Q&As
Maintains comprehensive knowledge of 35mm projection systems
Maintains a working knowledge of digital projection systems
Strong attention to detail
Ability to work efficiently without direct supervision
Ability to remain calm in stressful situations
Willingness to work unusual work hours (lots of evenings and weekends)
Work is typically performed in the venue. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. The work involves a majority of standing, bending, stooping, twisting, climbing and some lifting up to 50 lbs.
Only those present in a normal theater venue setting; no known significant hazards.
To be part of a team that presents 200+ film per year utilizing professional digital and 35mm projection equipment in the projection booths of Spaulding and the Loew Auditoriums.
Bampfa Projectionist Of Archival And Digital Cinema (6202C) #24474
The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the world's most iconic teaching and research institutions. Since 1868, Berkeley has fueled a perpetual renaissance, generating unparalleled intellectual, economic and social value in California, the United States and the world. Berkeley's culture of openness, freedom and acceptance—academic and artistic, political and cultural—make it a very special place for students, faculty and staff.
Berkeley is committed to hiring and developing staff who want to work in a high performing culture that supports the outstanding work of our faculty and students. In deciding whether to apply for a staff position at Berkeley, candidates are strongly encouraged to consider the alignment of the Berkeley Workplace Culture with their potential for success at http://jobs.berkeley.edu/why-berkeley.html.
Application Review Date
The First Review Date for this job is: February 8, 2018.
The mission of the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) is to inspire the imagination and ignite critical dialogue through art and film. BAMPFA has developed an international reputation for its active and ambitious exhibition programs, as well as for the quality of its art and film collections and research resources. BAMPFA is an institution with a stellar history and an exciting future. For more information, visit our website bampfa.org.
The Projectionist of Archival and Digital Cinema works both independently and collaboratively with other BAMPFA senior projectionists, with film curators and with other members of the film exhibition team to present 420 film programs per year, as well as other screenings and events in the BAMPFA Barbro Osher Theater (232 seats). The Projectionist projects digital media and film in BAMPFA's Theater 2 (33 seats) and is responsible for routine maintenance and mechanical repairs of projection and preview equipment, advising when outside consultations or repair services are needed and, as requested, communicating with vendors to achieve best results.
BAMPFA film programs include many guests with whom the Projectionist discusses technical and presentation details. The Projectionist maintains the highest archival standards in film, video, digital and expanded media projection and in film handling for exhibition, collection, and preservation. He/She contributes to BAMPFA's ongoing film preservation and access goals through a range of skilled activities including inspecting, prepping, cleaning, and scanning films as requested.
Projects film, video, DCP and other digital formats including files, and expanded media for BAMPFA film programs and other events in BAMPFA's Barbro Osher Theater and Theater 2, and film programs in the Crane Forum, galleries, and on the LED exterior screen. Duties include but are not limited to program rehearsals, preservation print review, press screenings, private screenings, and others.
Responsible for the set-up and strike for all audio and/or visual presentations from the booth and/or the house.
Often projects a variety of formats during one screening, including interspersing film, digital, and videotape in a single program. Projects clips during lectures and screenings.
Consults artists and guest presenters regarding desired presentation of their work and provides information about BAMPFA booth equipment and presentation capability.
In advance of play date, inspects film prints and other material to ensure quality and projection needs. Tests videos and digital media on-screen. Alerts curator and film exhibition team as early as possible regarding any projection concerns or related technical issues.
Preparation for exhibition may routinely include identifying or analyzing issues with digital media; unwrapping and re-authoring DCPs; repairing film, estimating running time, determining the proper reel order, selecting appropriate lenses, selecting correct aspect ratio, sound format and projector speed, consulting and advising other BAMPFA staff regarding potential problems and technical issues.
Works collaboratively with Program Manager, curators and other staff to address unanticipated day-of-program technical issues for best possible resolution.
Notes actual running time, fps, condition, aspect ratio, intermission placement, print ID, and other specific details in PFA Database promptly after the screening.
Loads electronic-title files into software program for projection; makes corrections and formats text when requested; ensures best on-screen placement of subtitles.
Records guest speakers in the Osher Theater using digital audio equipment in the booth; may also make video recordings using in-booth stationary camera.
May occasionally record projected works off the screen when requested.
Inspects, evaluates, and as necessary repairs films, including archival prints for exhibition, collection, and preservation.
Compares multiple prints and analyzes differences.
Fills out detailed print condition reports and tech sheets.
Preps and, as needed, cleans films for digitization.
When requested, scans films on in-house equipment; follows established procedures for naming and storing the resulting digital files.
Periodically trains work-study assistants and staff in the use of various types of audiovisual equipment.
Keeps up-to-date log of exhibition technical issues and solutions.
Maintains equipment manuals and records; prepares tip sheets for reference regarding booth equipment and operations.
When Program Manager is unavailable or as program necessitates, moves films between Receiving and Theater booth.
Establishes and oversees a maintenance program for all equipment in the theaters.
Maintains a wide range of exhibition equipment in the BAMPFA theaters as well as portable 16mm projectors, Cinescans, viewing tables, video decks, power and manual rewinds. Advises when service specialists are needed. As requested, contacts vendors and communicates with them to achieve desired results.
Consults film curators regarding necessary upgrades due to wear-and-tear of hardware or advances in presentation technologies.
Researches equipment, supplies, replacement parts, potential vendors, and pricing. Seeks effective economical solutions.
Tracks inventory of projector bulbs and other supplies used in theater booths.
Assists with evaluations of proposed equipment purchases and estimates of costs. Provides technical recommendations for grant proposals when requested.
Performs other technical duties related to film exhibition, collection, and preservation screenings.
Extensive experience with manual changeover, variable speed projection, archival prints, silent and sound film presentation.
Demonstrated skills with theatrical projection of the full range of digital media as well as analog video.
Operational knowledge of computer controlled digital presentation systems (e.g., via Crestron).
Knowledge of current media technologies and ability to learn new technologies, applications and equipment quickly.
Extensive understanding of film stocks, types of sound recording and reproduction, color and tone, aspect ratios, etc., throughout the history of cinema, and ability to apply this knowledge to correctly inspect and project films to archival standards.
Demonstrated skills in inspecting and repairing motion picture film.
Strong mechanical aptitude and experience in maintaining equipment.
Acute vision and hearing.
Computer proficiency including Mac OS, MS Office, Filemaker, Excel, Google mail and calendar, Adobe Acrobat; and strong aptitude for using software relevant to digital projection.
Comfortable with the Mac OS command line terminal interface.
Record of reliability and punctuality in past employment.
Proven ability to perform well and remain calm in stressful situations, including troubleshooting unexpected technical issues.
Ability to work effectively and tactfully with other staff, BAMPFA presenters, high profile guests, artists and the public.
Ability to meet daily, weekly, and longer-term deadlines.
High level of attention to accuracy and detail including in written reports.
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Well-organized, up-to-date recordkeeping of information to be shared with other staff.
Successful collaboration within and across departments in a busy, high performance organization.
Familiarity with FIAF projection standards, archival practices and ethics.
Must have extremely flexible schedule, including daytime, evening and weekend availability, occasionally on short notice.
Must have valid California driver license and safe driving record.
Must be able to lift and carry up to 65 pounds.
- Professional training or equivalent experience with archival and digital cinema.
Experience with mixed format compilation programs and expanded media.
Knowledge of lab practices relevant to projection and preservation media.
Ability to unwrap and re-author DCPs without re-encoding the original content.
Skills and knowledge relevant to modifying computer and serial control of digital presentation.
Salary & Benefits
For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit:
How to Apply
Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying.
A valid driver's license and DMV check for driving record is required.
Must be available to work daytimes, nights, and weekends as needed.
This position is for 20 hours per week.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. For more information about your rights as an applicant see: http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf
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Chief Of Staff To The Chief Executive Officer
As COS to the CEO, you will contribute to strategic initiatives across the company, prepare comprehensive briefing materials and internal presentations, work closely with SoFi's leadership team, and interact with SoFi employees and customers (members). This role requires a high level of attention to detail, prompt and clear communication skills, analytical problem-solving ability, and an orientation toward execution. The COS to CEO will be a mature, dependable, highly efficient, and reliable problem-solver who is comfortable navigating new and / or time-sensitive situations and exercises discretion related to confidential materials and company information. This full-time role reports to the CEO and is based in San Francisco, California.
As COS to the CEO, you will:
Synthesize large amounts of information, distilling key insights to share with CEO and across organization
Conduct relevant analysis as requested by the CEO
Compile, author, and edit briefing materials and build presentations
Organize and facilitate meetings as necessary (e.g., creating agendas, taking notes and action items, drafting correspondence, and following up to see action items through to completion)
Regularly conduct external research on a variety of topics
Stay current on related industry trends, including awareness of current / potential SoFi partners
Serve as a liaison to cross-functional groups across the entire company
Exercise absolute discretion and professionalism at all times and exhibit a willingness to work extra hours as needed
Work closely with EA to the CEO to support the CEO on all SoFi-related meetings, initiatives, and travel
This role requires 25-30% domestic travel with CEO and team.
At SoFi, you'll become part of a new kind of finance company based around speed, transparency, and alignment with our members' interests. Our goal is to be at the center of our members' financial lives. We created student loan refinancing, addressing the biggest financial challenge of a new generation through a modern approach to lending and personal finance. We expanded into other types of loans, and then into insurance and wealth management with similarly inventive products. As the company has grown, we've been able to help more people with these tools. SoFi has achieved significant growth, with big plans ahead, but we'll only be able to continue this growth with great talent – and that includes you.
You have 5-8 years work experience, with a focus on working on teams, strong analytics, information synthesis, and ability to think critically
Strong communication skills
Highly motivated and self-starting – you are eager to roll up your sleeves and get things done
Ability to build clear and thoughtful presentations and compile briefing materials
Ability to multitask and prioritize as new situations and initiatives arise on short notice
Strategic thinking skills coupled with strong tactical execution
Experience leading and driving cross-functional projects to successful completion
Ability to interface with and work with individuals at all levels, including inside and outside SoFi
Willingness and ability to travel as required
Healthy understanding of our business and personal finance
Bachelor's degree required – business and / or finance concentration preferred
Inspiring company mission
Amazing work environment in San Francisco, CA
Competitive compensation, including stock options
Generous paid time off
Free lunch and healthy snacks
Subsidized gym membership
Medical, dental and vision insurance
100% of health, vision, and dental premiums paid by SoFi for employees and dependents
401K and commuter benefits
Tuition reimbursement on approved programs, up to $5,250 / year
Monthly contribution to help you pay off your student loans
Think you're a fit? Send us your resume along with 2-3 sentences on why you're the perfect candidate for the job.
Cryptography Solutions Architect (M/F) Chief Security Office (Cso) / Chief Technology Office (Cto) - 1 Junior Und 1 Senior Position
Cryptography Solutions Architect (m/f) Chief Security Office (CSO) / Chief Technology Office (CTO) - 1 Junior und 1 Senior Position
Job ID: 3160645 Full/Part-Time: Full-time Regular/Temporary: Regular Listed: 2018-02-23 Location: Eschborn, Germany
Description of the business area
The CSO / CTO organisation provides a broad range of IT security services for Deutsche Bank. These high-end services are used for the purpose of protecting customer data and mitigating IT-related risks as efficiently and reliably as possible. In doing so, CSO / CTO plays a pivotal role in supporting Deutsche Bank's strategic agenda for information security in a fast-paced environment.
About the job
The Cryptography Engineering and Solutions department forms an integral part of CSO / CTO. It is responsible for ensuring the correct deployment of cryptography throughout the company. In addition, it develops and operates centralised cryptography services. Assigned to the Core Cryptography team, you will contribute directly to the architecture of cryptography solutions by drawing on your expertise in information technology and software engineering. The department currently has an opening at both a senior and a junior level.
In your role as Cryptography Solutions Architect (junior or senior), you will be responsible for delivering the designs required for new and existing cryptography services, the focus being on reducing complexity, protecting information and enhancing automation.
Your tasks will also include conducting a thorough review of evaluations relating to cryptographic applications and approving the associated solutions.
With regard to our strategic platforms, you will develop simple, automatable concepts aimed at integrating our services in the most effective and efficient manner possible.
As a member of Deutsche Bank's central Architecture committees, you will also be expected to represent Cryptography in your capacity as a stakeholder.
To be considered for this position, you will require IT-specific vocational qualifications or a degree in the field of Computer Science/Mathematics (or similar).
This will be complemented by a proven track record as a Solutions Architect or Software Engineer and expertise in cryptography, cryptography standards and protocols (X.509, TLS, PKI, Active Directory, Kerberos, 802.1X).
To thrive in this role, you will need the ability to solve complex problems and outline recommended solutions in a concise and intelligible manner.
Confidence and integrity are essential prerequisites, as are well-developed communication skills and the desire to work within an international team-based environment.
You will also have a fluent command of English, both written and spoken, preferably supplemented by excellent German language skills.
Contact: Jana Roßkopf
- 49 69 910-65476
Chief Of Maintenance / Crew Chief
Chief of Maintenance / Crew Chief-FL1802
At Bombardier Aerospace, our employees work together to evolve mobility worldwide - one good idea at a time. If you have a good idea, we'll provide the environment where it will thrive and grow into a great product or customer experience. Your ideas are our fuel.
In your role, you will:
The Chief of Maintenance reports directly to the Manager of Maintenance. This position provides technical support, direction and assistance to the Manager in their operation of company aircraft. Duties will include debriefing flight crews, troubleshooting, repair, scheduling, dispatching and record keeping of aircraft operated by Bombardier Flight Operations.
The incumbent makes recommendations on a wide range of maintenance and technical aspects, assisting the Manager to manage, budget and schedule the maintenance work packages.
The COM will ensure compliance with all Regulatory Authority requirements, maintain positive interaction with flight crews for dispatch and debrief, and provide troubleshooting of maintenance issues while aircraft is away from home base.
As our ideal candidate,
You have a minimum 7 years maintenance experience. Strong technical knowledge of Bombardier aircraft and all aspects of their maintenance requirements and inspection schedules
You have an A&P license
You have a working knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations (FAA)
You have attended and completed a Bombardier Aircraft Maintenance course
You are able to interact with flight crews on all maintenance issues
You have demonstrated ability to plan and supervise the completion of all technical issues related to aircraft
You are able to communicate with related departments to assure proper scheduling and operation of aircraft
You have the ability to travel internationally and domestically
You are able to flex working hours to meet flight schedule demands when required
You have the ability to work with little supervision, make independent decisions, achieve goals and meet flight schedule demands
Bombardier is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, age, disability status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by Federal, National, or Local Laws.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those under consideration will be contacted. Please continue to monitor our website and apply for additional positions for which you are qualified and may be of interest to you.
Your ideas move people.
Primary Location: US-CT-Hartford
Zip Code US 06096
Employee Status: Regular
Job Posting: 05.03.2018, 6:52:23 PM
20.03.2018, 4:59:00 AM
Chief Of Party, Deputy Chief Of Party, Fews NET
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Tetra Tech ARD (http:www.tetratech.com/intdev) is accepting applications from qualified candidates for the Chief of Party and Deputy Chief of Party positions for the FEWS NET (Famine Early Warning Systems Network) IDIQ. This IDIQ is a complex global program designed to deliver early warning of hazards, food insecurity, vulnerability to food insecurity, and famine to the US Government and USAID, and to national governments and regional, international and non-governmental organizations. The project will be led by a headquarters office in Washington D.C. and implemented with support from over 20 country and regional project offices located in Africa and Latin America, building capacity to forecast food security and other relevant conditions in these countries. The Chief of Party will be responsible for overall technical leadership, in-country management of the staff, and achieving expected project results, directly supported by the Deputy Chief of Party. They will undertake regular assessments of the broader political environment within which the project operates to ensure flexibility and rapid reprioritization of activities when necessary.
This position will be based in Arlington, Virginia.
Serve as principal liaisons on program communications and technical implementation activities with USAID and other USG partners, including NASA, NOAA, USDA, and USGS, multiple governments, international organizations, including WFP and FAO, and country-level stakeholders;
Ensure successful collaboration and integration of technical implementation activities across all IDIQ partners;
Provide technical and intellectual direction, leadership, and support;
Develop and oversee early warning and food security information products;
Develop work plans for project activities;
Provide timely and accurate reporting and written and oral presentations to USAID on all program areas;
Coordinate program activities with other donors, international organizations and NGOs;
Represent the FEWS NET IQC activities with other USAID and partner organizations;
Oversee all financial and administrative processes; and
Manage, lead, and oversee all staff in achieving project results; oversee the planning process and produce a strategic plan for project deliverables.
Minimum of a graduate degree in agriculture, economics, public policy, business administration, or a related field;
At least 10 years of professional experience in agriculture, agricultural economics, rural development; early warning, food security assessment and scenario modeling methodologies; climate sciences; emergency humanitarian response planning; analysis of remote-sensing imagery; economics; nutrition; or field(s) closely related to food security required with at least 5 of those years abroad;
Minimum of 8 years of senior-level experience in managing complex multi-country programs required, including prior Chief of Party, Team Leader, or Technical Director experience with outstanding project management, leadership, change/ transformation management, and strong technical skills;
Demonstrated experience working with senior host-country counterparts and international organizations (WFP, FAO); knowledge of regional food security networks in the Sahel and East Africa regions preferred;
Successful experience leading data, information technology, and technology-driven innovation activities preferred;
Prior experience leading capacity-building initiatives on technical areas related to food security, behavior change communications, or information management;
Experience developing or leading communications and outreach programs desirable;
Excellent collaboration and coordination skills required;
Outstanding intercultural communications skills;
Fluency in English is required, and proficiency in French and/or Spanish preferred; and
U.S. citizenship or a valid U.S. work permit is an absolute requirement.
To be considered applicants must submit the following as part of the online application process:
- A letter of application explaining individual qualifications for this opportunity
- A current CV in reverse chronological format
- A list of at least 3 professional references including contact information
- A writing sample of no more than 10 pages of which the applicant is the sole author, or authored sections highlighted
Please ensure that all necessary documents are uploaded, as incomplete applications and/or corrupt files may delay processing of your application or remove you from consideration. Applications that do not meet the minimum requirements listed above will not be considered.
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Applications that do not meet the minimum requirements listed above will not be considered.
No phone calls will be accepted.
Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. Our reputation rests on the technical expertise and dedication of our employees—16,000 people working together across disciplines and time zones to provide smart, sustainable solutions for challenging projects. We are proud to be home to leading technical experts in water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development. Tetra Tech combines the resources of a global, multibillion dollar company with local, client-focused delivery in 400 locations around the world. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and are searching for innovative people to join our teams. EOE AA/M/F/Vets/Disability.
Chief Operating Officer And Chief Nursing Officer, San Rafael Medical Facility
Description: Facilitates, directs, and coordinates operational activities and programs relative to the day-to-day hospital operations of the medical center through the delivery of cost effective and quality services.Provides strategic leadership as the patient care executive responsible for all nursing and other designated patient care functions/services within the hospital organization.Working closely with TPMG and Labor leadership, builds effective partnerships and promotes collaborative relationships in the medical center.
Assures implementation of system-wide and regional strategic initiatives and policies. Participates with senior leadership to achieve the highest quality health care in a clinically and fiscally accountable manner.
Manages the day-to-day operations in the hospital. Assumes responsibility for hospital administration in the absence of the SVP and Area Manager. Provides leadership in building a team and an organization that will assume responsibility and accountability for achieving both the mission and financial/operational objectives of KP.
Oversight for the professional practice of nursing and the provision of nursing care in all licensed or surveyable areas of the medical facility. Oversight is defined as having responsibility for regulatory, quality, service, resources, nursing staff competency and evaluation of the overall delivery of nursing care. Maintains strong collaborative relationship with medical director and medical staff leadership and coordinates with medical group partners to provide for the seamless transition of patients across the continuum of care.
Provides strategic leadership in bringing together diverse constituencies for the purposes of conceptualizing, articulating, and implementing a shared vision for the medical center. For Patient Care Services, implements a performance improvement program, including planning, setting priorities, conducting systematic performance assessments, implementing improvements based on such assessments, and maintaining achieved improvements.
Provides leadership in the development and execution of key strategies which differentiate KP from its competitors in the area of service and clinical excellence. Establishes clearly defined goals and objectives and ensures follow-through in a timely manner. Promotes open, effective, and ongoing communication and the sharing of information among and between KP employees, physician leadership and medical staff.
Develops effective working relationships with key stakeholders, including assistant hospital administrators for Support Services, Quality and Service, HR, Public Affairs, I.T., Pharmacy; Infection Control; DONP; MGA; Chiefs of Service; Regional PCS and Continuing Care; and Community Peers.
Manages the operating and capital budgets of areas of responsibility. Aggressively mitigates all variances to budget. Makes sound decisions on best use of resources in support of regional priorities and strategies.
Supports the successful operational implementation of HealthConnect and New Products.
Ensures the successful implementation of, promotes, and operationalizes the Labor-Management Partnership throughout the organization. Achieves key LMP initiatives and ensure the demonstration of LMP behaviors throughout the hospital. Ensures Labor participation in appropriate decision making forums and committees.
Provides leadership in mentoring and developing direct reports and staff in a manner which emphasizes the importance of team work, collaboration, and the sharing of information, resources, and best practices among stakeholders across the organization. With HR, directs the implementation of integrated human resources strategies to ensure quality results in the identification, recruitment, retention and development of key human resources.
Understands, articulates, and ensures compliance with patient care standards reflected in federal and state regulation, The Joint Commission, California Nurse Practice Act, and organizational policies and practices.
In conjunction with medical facility leadership groups, determines the most cost-effective and efficient levels of patient care clinically and operationally; implements such locally. Participates in hospital strategic planning process and collaborates with facility management team and the medical staff to develop the overall financial plan for the medical facility.
Achieves/exceeds performance expectations throughout the hospital-s operations. Establishes an environment that supports caregivers and enhances growth, communication, and job satisfaction.
Develops and implements quality and utilization standards for patient care services to ensure coordinated plans of treatment, delivery of services that meet members needs, and the cost-effective utilization of necessary services. Ensures that nursing practice and clinical policies and procedures are reviewed and updated and are consistent with current standards and evidence-based practice.
Communicates effectively as hospitals advocate to members of the community, continually seeking ways to improve and promote the public relations objective of the hospital and marketing services.
Consistently supports compliance and the Principles of Responsibility (Kaiser Permanente-s Code of Conduct) by maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of information, protecting the assets of the organization, acting with ethics and integrity, reporting non-compliance, and adhering to applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, accreditation and licenser requirements (if applicable), and Kaiser Permanente-s policies and procedures.
Minimum ten (10) yearsof progressive experience in clinical, management and leadership roles in a multi-faceted health care system and multi-service provider setting required.
Academic degree in nursing required (Bachelor's or master's degree).
Masters degree in nursing or related field required (Health administration, business, public health, or management).
License, Certification, Registration
Active and current registered nurse license in the state of California
Experience assessing programs, evaluating organizational needs, designing process changes, and successfully implementing changes to process flow and patient care.
Extensive experience working with physicians and other clinicians.
Significant leadership experience in regulatory surveys.
National certification in nursing administration or advanced nursing administration required within three (3) years for an incumbent Chief Nursing Officer assuming position, and within one (1) year of a newly hired Chief Nursing Officer assuming position.
Must have examples of successful collaborative efforts.
Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of hospital administration.
Demonstrated leadership and an ability to influence and motivate others.
Demonstrated success in operations improvement efforts, cost management initiatives, and health system development and management.
Thorough understanding of the healthcare industry, particularly related to physician relationships.
Executive level communication, presentation, leadership, analytical and problem solving skills required.
Demonstrates a proven customer focus and delivers on commitments.
A dynamic, highly motivated, results-oriented individual who generates innovative and progressive ideas.
Thorough knowledge of legal, regulatory, ethical, managerial, organizational requirements, principles and standards of care for hospitals and healthcare systems, including Knox-Keene Act, Federal HMO Act, JACHO, and all applicable Medicare and Medi-Cal regulations.
Ability to delegate appropriately and provide opportunities for staff to further develop their skills and knowledge.
Ability to lead and manage through influence and change.
Must possess unquestionable professional integrity and a candid, honest style which evokes credibility and inspires confidence.
Demonstrated ability to achieve results in a union environment.
Proven ability to deliver results for meeting organizational objectives.
Must be able to work in a Labor/Management Partnership environment.
Primary Location: California,San Rafael,San Rafael Hospital 99 Montecillo Rd.
Scheduled Weekly Hours: 40 Shift: Day Workdays: Mon - Fri Working Hours Start: 8:00 AM Working Hours End: 5:00 PM Job Schedule:
Full-time Job Type: Standard Employee Status: Regular Employee Group/Union Affiliation:
Non-Union, Non-Exempt Job Level: Executive/VP Job Category: Nursing Licensed Department:
Hospital Operations Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Kaiser Permanente is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, parental status, ancestry, disability, gender identity, veteran status, genetic information, other distinguishing characteristics of diversity and inclusion, or any other protected status.
External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with federal and state laws, as well as applicable local ordinances, including but not limited to the San Francisco and Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinances.
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US Branded Cards Co-Brands Chief Risk Officer
Citi, the leading global bank, has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management. Our core activities are safeguarding assets, lending money, making payments and accessing the capital markets on behalf of our clients.
Citi's Mission and Value Proposition explains what we do and Citi Leadership Standards explain how we do it. Our mission is to serve as a trusted partner to our clients by responsibly providing financial services that enable growth and economic progress. We strive to earn and maintain our clients' and the public's trust by constantly adhering to the highest ethical standards and making a positive impact on the communities we serve. Our Leadership Standards is a common set of skills and expected behaviors that illustrate how our employees should work every day to be successful and strengthens our ability to execute against our strategic priorities.
Diversity is a key business imperative and a source of strength at Citi. We serve clients from every walk of life, every background and every origin. Our goal is to have our workforce reflect this same diversity at all levels. Citi has made it a priority to foster a culture where the best people want to work, where individuals are promoted based on merit, where we value and demand respect for others and where opportunities to develop are widely available to all.
Citi Branded Cards North America (N.A.) is the market leader in the US credit card industry with over $85BN in receivables across 25 million customer relationships. With a pre-eminent global brand and distribution, Branded Cards N.A. maintains its leadership position by delivering industry-leading products, advanced services and payment systems that address clients' evolving needs. The Branded Cards N.A. business is comprised of Citi Branded Cards Proprietary and partner card "Co-Brand" products including Costco, American Airlines, AT&T and Expedia.
Integral to Citi Cards' success is strong and effective Risk Management that allows us to serve our customers while also protecting Citi's interests. Brands Risk Management division comprises of 440 highly qualified individuals spread across the globe.
The US Brands Risk Management Chief Risk Officer (CRO) is currently seeking an experienced and dynamic executive leader to be CRO for Citi's US Branded Cards Co-Brands Products including Costco, American Airlines, AT&T and Expedia. This critical role will be responsible for leading a best in class dynamic Risk organization that drives sustainable growth within our Risk Appetite, supported by the power of analytics, effective governance, customer focus, and strong partnerships across the enterprise. The Risk Proprietary Products organization manages the Acquisitions and Account Management of the Citi US Cards Co-Brands portfolio ($40B in average loans), while maintaining and continuously improving a strong, forward-compatible risk management culture and control/compliance environment across the franchise.
The pace, breadth and complexity of challenges that the Risk Management organization must address continue to expand rapidly. These challenges include appropriately assessing the dynamic evolution of consumer behavior (e.g., spend and payment patterns) and protecting customers and the franchise by identifying and mitigating a variety of risks such as fraud, macroeconomic and political trends, and adhering to regulatory and policy requirements.
A dynamic and very seasoned leader is needed to head this group. The individual must be able to define the vision and direction to continue to drive sustainable growth for the Proprietary portfolio via the use of advanced analytics, strong governance and integrative thinking, and the development and growth of strong talent. This individual will manage a team of senior managers and an organization of employees, in addition to offshore staff. This position reports directly to the US Branded Cards Chief Risk Officer (CRO).
Key responsibilities of this position include:
- Leading a best in class Risk organization responsible for driving sustainable growth for the US Cards Business across the function's core responsibility areas:
‒ New Account strategy development and execution across all customer channels, including Digital, Mail, and in partnership with Citi consumer businesses
‒ New Lending strategy development, leveraging advanced analytics and techniques to identify potential opportunities
‒ Existing Customer Account Management strategy development and execution, key to which are: Exposure Management, Authorization Strategy, Balance Consolidation, Sales Growth, Retention
‒ Continuous growth and expansion of the Small Business portfolio
‒ Provide risk and business leadership in new business development, portfolio acquaitions and due diligence for any external partnership opprotunities
Partner with Co-Brand owners and cross-functional partners and stakeholders to develop/enhance the card products and identify lending opportunities.
Partner with Operations leadership team to ensure best customer experience while maintaining the robust risk management principles.
Ensuring a consistent and strong control environment across Risk, product and functional partners to manage operational risk, ensuring oversight of all strategic deliverables.
Continuously identifying opportunities to improve business performance, effectiveness and efficiency through process improvements and talent management.
15 years of relevant risk management or financial services experience required
7 years of people management experience, including experience as a manager of managers
Demonstrated experience in leading change, with track record of identifying and implementing opportunities to improve business operations and performance
Experienced risk manager with full knowledge of card product P&L dynamics and the interaction of consumer behaviors, product configuration and market/economic environment
Strong knowledge of the applicable laws and regulations and the current environment which govern credit card and lending policies and practices
Demonstrated success in managing risk policy/strategy through the economic cycle and/or in various environments; protecting and growing the business as it enters and exits economic stress
Hands-on experience with portfolio performance monitoring and diagnostics
Education Level: Bachelor's Degree, MBA/MS preferred; Education includes demonstrated knowledge in an analytic field including engineering, mathematics, statistics
Capability and experience with establishing strategic vision and driving change to achieve business targets
Senior executive interactions - can present credibly to both large and small groups
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to influence at all levels of management
Displays flexibility to work well with varying personal styles
Takes personal responsibility to lead by example. Understands and appreciates diverse backgrounds. Demonstrates strong ethics
Develops strong relationships across risk management and cross-functionally
Superior leadership and team building skills, with a strong track record for attracting and developing high performing risk management talent
Articulate and highly effective communicator, with an energetic and approachable style
Capable of effectively managing a significant team size dispersed across multiple geographical locations, with strong ability to performance manage and continually elevate performance standards
Contributes to a positive work environment; shares knowledge and supports diversity
Segment Chief Information Security Officer- Public Trust Clearance
DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) is the world's leading independent, end-to-end IT services company, helping clients harness the power of innovation to thrive on change. Created by the merger of CSC and the Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, DXC Technology serves nearly 6,000 private and public sector clients across 70 countries.
The company's technology independence, global talent and extensive partner alliance combine to deliver powerful next-generation IT services and solutions. DXC Technology is recognized among the best corporate citizens globally. For more information, visit www.dxc.technology.
DXC Technology has an immediate need in our US Public Sector group for a Segment Chief Information Security Officer in Boise, ID, El Paso, TX, Plano, TX, Conway, AR Clarksville, VA, or Herndon, VA.
Develop, implement and monitor a strategic, comprehensive enterprise information security program to ensure that the integrity, confidentiality and availability of information is owned, controlled or processed by the organization.
Facilitate information security governance through the implementation of a governance program, including the formation of an information security steering committee or advisory board.
Consult with the Customer develop, maintain and publish up-to-date information security policies, standards and guidelines. Oversee the approval, training, and dissemination of security policies and practices to the HP Account.
Create, communicate and implement a risk-based process for vendor risk management, including the assessment and treatment for risks that may result from partners, consultants and other service providers.
Develop and manage information security budgets related to security initiatives and monitor them for variances.
Create and manage information security and risk management awareness training programs for all HP employees, contractors and approved system users.
Provide regular reporting on the current status of the information security program to enterprise risk teams, senior business leaders and the Customer as part of a strategic enterprise risk management program.
Create a framework for roles and responsibilities with regard to information ownership, classification, accountability and protection.
Develop and enhance an information security management framework.
Provide strategic risk guidance for IT projects, including the evaluation and recommendation of technical controls.
Coordinate information security projects with resources from the IT organization and business unit teams.
Create and manage a unified and flexible control framework to integrate and normalize the wide variety and ever-changing requirements resulting from global laws, standards and regulations.
Ensure that security programs are in compliance with relevant laws, regulations and HP and Customer policies to minimize or eliminate risk and audit findings.
Liaise among the information security team and HP corporate compliance, audit, legal and HR management teams as required.
Define and facilitate the information security risk assessment process, including the reporting and oversight of treatment efforts to address findings.
Manage security incidents and events to protect corporate IT assets, including intellectual property, regulated data and the company's reputation.
Monitor the external threat environment for emerging threats, and advise relevant stakeholders on the appropriate courses of action.
Liaise with external agencies, such as law enforcement and other advisory bodies as necessary, to ensure that the organization maintains a strong security posture.
Develop and oversee effective disaster recovery policies and standards to align with enterprise business continuity management program goals. Coordinate the development of implementation plans and procedures to ensure that business-critical services are recovered in the event of a security event. Provide direction, support and in-house consulting in these areas.
Facilitate a metrics and reporting framework to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of the program, facilitate appropriate resource allocation, and increase the maturity of the security.
Define and implement plans to improve security maturity level of the organization.
Bachelor degree in Information Security, Computer Science, Information Management Systems, or related field required. Masters preferred.
Minimum of eight to 10 years of experience in a combination of risk management, information security and IT jobs. At least four must be in a senior leadership role. Employment history must demonstrate increasing levels of responsibility.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal and collaborative skills, and the ability to communicate security and risk-related concepts to technical and nontechnical audiences.
Proven track record and experience in developing information security policies and procedures, as well as successfully executing programs that meet the objectives of excellence in a dynamic environment.
Poise and ability to act calmly and competently in high-pressure, high-stress situations.
Must be a critical thinker, with strong problem-solving skills.
Knowledge and demonstrated experience of relevant legal and regulatory requirements, such as SOX, PCI DSS, and HIPAA.
Knowledge of common information security management frameworks, such as ISO/IEC 27001, ITIL, COBIT and ones from NIST.
Professional security management certification, such as a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) or other similar credentials, is required.
Exhibit excellent analytical skills, the ability to manage multiple projects under strict timelines, as well as the ability to work well in a demanding, dynamic environment and meet overall objectives.
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