Composition Weatherboard Applier Job Description Sample
Paint And Special Compound Applier
To perform Hand or spray application of paint and special compounds of parts, assemblies and finished apparatus.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Hot airless, air, hot filling and sound deadening spray units, job hoist, steam jenny, air sanders, paint units, brushes, scrapers, wire brushes, ladders, scaffolds, chain and cable slings, safety equipment, small hand tools, electrostatic spray unit, worksaver, floor operated bridge hoist, small power hand tools, vacuum cleaner, protective cover, portable blasting equipment, gages or instruments to check proper millage of paint, overhead cranes, fork lift truck and other material handling equipment.
USED: Paint, varnish, shellac, thinners, solvents, filling compounds, oil, mashing tape, air, corrosion, preening compounds, name plate tags, healing torch, etc.
PRODUCED: Painted, varnished, shellacked, filled and slushed turbines, compressors, strainers, heaters, condensers, ejectors, tanks, turbochargers, mill motors, castings, gears, shafts, etc.
ResponsibilitiesReceives instructions from supervision.Works from work order book, drawings or special instructions.Selects equipment and material required for individual job.Stirs, shakes, mixes or things compounds as required.Mixes paints by adding ingredients as required to obtain proper consistency.Positions material by using a jib hoist or by means of an overhead crane.Cleans surfaces prior to painting by sanding, scraping, wire brushing, washing, etc.Prepares material for painting by filling and rubbing out, patching holes and crevices, masking, slushing, etc.Applies paint, varnish, shellac, solvents, filling compounds, sound deadening and other special compounds using a spray gun and/or brush.Loads material on flatbed trucks after painting operation.Obtains painting material from stock, as required.Removes and cleans any material by means of steam jenny for painting or production requirement.Climbs and works from ladders and low scaffolds occasionally.Makes minor repairs on spray units such as changing circulatory and draw vales, replacing nozzles, etc.Cleans paint spray unit and brushes after using.Cleans paint spray booth as required.Reports production count, time and identifying data as required.Maintains good housekeeping by keeping tools, material and equipment in proper place.Reports defective material and equipment to supervision.Observes all safety rules.Moves material in and out of laydown area or paint booth area.Checks wet and dry mil thickness of paint.Operates overhead crane.Operates fork lift truck and other material handling equipment.Attach name plate tags as required.Applies protective cover to finished unity as required.
The above statement reflects the general details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job identified, and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all of the work requirements that may be inherent in the job.
Must be available to work all shifts and overtime as needed.
Elliott is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by the federal, state or local laws of the United States. Elliott is a drug free workplace.
No agency submissions please. NOTE: Resumes submitted to any Elliott Group employee without a current, signed and valid contract in place with the Elliott Group recruiting team will become the property of Elliott Group and no search fees will be paid.
Product Marketing Manager - Software Composition Analysis
Flexera makes the software supply chain more secure and more profitable. We help suppliers and buyers analyze what's in their code and manage their open source and third-party components. Our market-leading products help companies around the world to stay safe, secure and in compliance with license obligations.
We are looking for a passionate, experienced and creative product marketing manager with a strong background in the security space. We'll expect you to provide solution positioning, content development, product launch activities, thought leadership, sales readiness and persona development for our Software Composition Analysis and Installation lines of business.
You will report to the Manager of Supplier Solution Marketing and develop relevant messaging and go-to-market plans in strong alignment with business goals. You will also work closely with Product Management, Sales, Marketing and our Global Demand Center. You'll plan and execute strategies and integrated tactics to ensure product success for our software composition analysis line of business.
Conduct ongoing market analysis and build strong relationships with key stakeholders at Flexera to ensure relevance of messaging and programs. Build strong insights on market trends, requirements and the competitive landscape and continuously refine positioning.
Create thought leadership and educational content as components to market awareness and demand generation programs. This includes contributing to website content, eBooks, videos and interactive content, speaking engagements, award submissions, blogs, social and more.
Work with Sales and Sales Enablement to build and execute on a sales readiness plan. Develop solution decks, case studies, business case ROI and continuous field enablement.
Further develop buyer personas and the buyer/customer lifecycle research.
Manage product launches in partnership with Product Management and orchestrate efforts between Product Marketing and other work peers.
Partner with corporate communications and PR agencies to identify and target key analysts/influencers and media outlets to drive positive coverage and preference
Identify and partner with relevant industry associations – and develop programs for these groups
Required Skills & Experience
BS/BA degree in marketing or equivalent
At least 3 years product/solution marketing experience, with at least one year with a software supplier in the security space
Proven track record of security marketing success and domain knowledge in the field of open source, software vulnerabilities and open source licensing
Experience developing security-focused go-to-market strategies, messaging and related tactics in close cooperation with Product Management and Sales
Strong communication skills (verbal and written) and strong content development skills (crisp messaging and compelling presentation of content) as well as excellent presentation, writing and editing skills
Ability to conduct market, competitor and customer research
Proven interaction, interface and project management with cross-functional teams including product management, demand generation, field sales and marketing agencies
Excellent computer skills, especially Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook as well as collaboration and content management tools
Passionate and solution-driven team worker and collaborator with enthusiasm for the software and technology industry.
Reimagining the way Software is Bought, Sold, Managed and Secured
Instructor Or Assistant Professor - English Composition & Rhetoric
FACULTY VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
Medgar Evers College (MEC), a nationally recognized leader in urban serving education, is one of twenty three colleges within the dynamic City University New York (CUNY) System. Named for the late civil rights leader, Medgar Wiley Evers (1925-1963), the College's mission is to develop and maintain high quality, professional, career oriented undergraduate degree programs in the context of liberal education.
Located in Central Brooklyn, MEC was established in 1970 with a mandate to meet the educational and social needs of the Central Brooklyn community, currently enrolling 7,000 students in degree programs. Students represent 105 countries around the world! MEC students obtain Associate degrees in eight fields, and Baccalaureate degrees in 18 fields. The College is committed to a student centered education and advancing knowledge through scholarly research.
The Department of English at Medgar Evers College invites applicants for a Faculty position in English at either the Instructor or Assistant Professor rank who have expertise in Composition and Rhetoric. Composition is a college program housed in the English department.
Primary responsibilities include teaching courses related to composition, designing curriculum and program development related to the composition courses, advising and mentoring students, and serving on college and university committees. The candidate is also responsible for scholarship, research and guidance duties in area(s) of expertise and will share responsibility for committee and department assignments including administrative, supervisory, and other functions.
We seek a candidate who has a commitment to developing a strong composition program. The successful candidate will have expertise in teaching composition and evidence of ongoing program, creative and/or scholarly activity related to composition.
Candidates must have a commitment to the educational mission of Medgar Evers College. Additional years of full or part time teaching experience in a college; coursework, training, and/or experience in composition; and demonstrated success in teaching and working with students from diverse backgrounds will be an advantage.
For Assistant Professor:Ph.D. degree in area(s) of experience or equivalent. Also required are the ability to teach successfully, demonstrated scholarship or achievement, and ability to cooperate with others for the good of the institution.
For Instructor:Master's degree in area(s) of expertise, and/or active progress toward a Doctorate, or equivalent. Also required are the ability to teach successfully, interest in productive scholarship or achievement, and ability to cooperate with others for the good of the institution.
For Instructor and Assistant Professor:The candidate should have a minimum of two years of composition teaching experience.
CUNY offers faculty a competitive compensation and benefits package covering health insurance, pension and retirement benefits, paid parental leave, and savings programs. We also provide mentoring and support for research, scholarship, and publication as part of our commitment to ongoing faculty professional development.
HOW TO APPLY
From our job posting system, select "Apply Now", create or log in to a user account, and provide the requested information. If you are viewing this posting from outside our system, access the employment page on our web site and search for this vacancy using the Job ID or Title.
Candidates should provide a CV/resume and statement of scholarly interests.
September 30, 2018
JOB SEARCH CATEGORY
CUNY Job Posting: Faculty
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups.
Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.
Job Title: Instructor or Assistant Professor - English Composition & Rhetoric
Job ID: 18725
Location: Medgar Evers College
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Adjunct – English Composition 1 – Traditional Campus – College Of Humanities And Social Sciences
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Make a Difference at Grand Canyon University
Shape the bright futures of Grand Canyon University students as an adjunct faculty member for the traditional ground campus in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, which provides a job focused education. The college features a variety of programs from counseling and psychology to justice studies, history and English literature.
As an adjunct faculty member, you'll provide program instruction incorporating innovative teaching methodologies, cutting-edge technologies and other industry trends reflecting advancements in your discipline. If you are highly motivated and passionate about teaching exceptional quality instruction in modern facilities with smaller class sizes, we'd like to hear from you.
Course Description: ENG-105: English Composition 1
- This is a writing-intensive course in writing academic prose, including various types of essays, arguments, and constructions.
Responsibilities include equipping students with the required skill set, facilitating classroom discussions, assessing student performance and preparing students to be successful leaders in their chosen profession.
Minimum: Masters in Composition or Masters in Writing or Masters in Professional Writing or Masters in Rhetoric or Masters in Linguistics.
Preferred: PhD Composition or PhD Writing or PhD Professional Writing or PhD Rhetoric or PhD Linguistics. Exceptions may be granted to individuals with a Masters in any field possessing 18 graduate credits in English and substantial work experience.
Provide a positive example to students by supporting the University's Doctrinal Statement, Ethical Position Statement and Mission of Grand Canyon University.
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Adjunct Faculty English Composition
Ohio Christian University's College of Adult and Graduate Studies Program is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach English Composition courses at a campus location. Courses function in a cohort model and run five weeks in length. Face to face classes are held one evening a week from 6 pm to 10 pm. To be considered as highly qualified by our accreditors' faculty qualification specifications, instructors must possess an earned master's degree with 18 or more graduate level credit hours in English or Writing. If you have a biblical worldview and meet those qualification requirements, we encourage you to apply. It is our obligation to our students to hire the most experienced and highly qualified instructors who will support our university's mission to prepare world-impacting Christian servant leaders.
Responsibilities include the following:
Provide instruction using on-site and distance education strategies
Facilitation and evaluation of student achievement of course objectives and outcomes
Provide mentorship to students
Stay current on topics and practices related to the discipline
Participate in professional development seminars (opportunities will be provided by the university)
Provide a positive example to students by supporting the University's Doctrinal, Mission and Lifestyle Statement.
Columbus (multiple locations)
Washington Court House
The required professional qualifications include the following:
Master of Arts in English, Writing or related field with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in English or Writing.
Prefer teaching experience (professional or higher education)
Proficient in use of computers and technology
Strong oral and written communication skills
Proficient in APA style formatting
Should have a desire to invest in the spiritual and academic development of our non-traditional students
IMPORTANT APPLICANT INFORMATION
Please upload your unofficial transcripts. Official transcripts may be requested at a later time and will be required for teaching courses
Please ensure you complete and submit all requested documentation while in the OCU Monster application system (Resume and Questionnaire is a requirement)
Applications received without all proper documentation will not screen for an interview
Please be aware there are three main phases for an AGS faculty candidate--interview, orientation, and mentoring. After approval is received by Administration for each phase, a candidate will be considered adjunct faculty status.
Notifications are sent to applicants throughout the candidate process. No telephone calls please
LIMITATIONS AND DISCLAIMER
As a religious educational institution operating under the auspices of The Churches of Christ in Christian Union, Ohio Christian University is permitted and reserves the right to prefer employees on the basis of religion (42 U.S.C., Sections 2000e-1 and 2000e-2). The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position. All job requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties requested by their supervisor in compliance with Federal and State Laws. Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills and/or abilities. To perform this job successfully, the employee must possess the abilities or aptitudes to perform each duty proficiently. Continued employment remains on an "at-will" basis, unless otherwise contractually bound. Ohio Christian University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Critical Reading And Composition Undergrad Part-Time Faculty
The candidate that is hired for this part-time position will be required to teach at our local campus in Bakersfield, CA. This is not a virtual or online course. Only candidates that are able to teach at this specific campus location should apply.
Did you know you could teach for our university without leaving your current job? At University of Phoenix, our flexible class schedules mean you can teach for us part-time without interrupting your full-time career. That's because we want faculty members who are active in their fields and bring real-world experience to the classroom.
The University of Phoenix College of Humanities and Sciences offers undergraduate and certificate programs in communication, English, history, and sciences. These programs are developed based on industry standards and are designed to give students a deeper understanding of the world and help them build emotional intelligence skills — also known as soft skills — that today's employers seek. A degree in humanities helps students gain critical-thinking, collaboration, written and oral communication, digital literacy and interpersonal skills that can be applied to any position in the workforce whereas a degree in science helps students gain highly valued technical skills along with critical social skills.
As a faculty member you'll be challenged with adding your professional expertise to instruct a curriculum which is centrally developed with specific learning objectives.
Provide timely and detailed feedback on a weekly basis and offer student support via classroom, phone, and email.
Utilize classroom learning system technology (provided by university), the Internet, and Microsoft Office software.
Perform other duties as assigned or apparent.
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REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
MUST meet one of the numbered pathways below, as well as any applicable clarifications stated, (including education, area of study and previous work experience, including minimum number of years and types of experience):
Master's degree or higher in English or an equivalent discipline.
Master's degree or higher in any area and a minimum of 18 graduate credits with a focus on English.
Master's Clarification: In all cases faculty must have current within three (3) years relevant professional experience, teaching and/or scholarship.
Degrees must be from a regionally accredited institution.
Equivalent discipline degree specializations, coursework, professional experience, or scholarship may include but are not limited to: Composition, Linguistics, Reading, Reading Education, Education/Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in secondary English Education, Literacy, and/or Reading.
As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, we particularly encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ community members, and others who demonstrate the ability to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive community.
Assistant/Associate Professor Of Composition And Director Of The Writing Center (One-Year Appointment)
The College of New Rochelle invites applications for a full-time, one-year appointment in composition within the English Department at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor beginning September 2018. This individual will also serve as Director of the Writing Center. The successful candidate will teach 12 credit hours per year in composition; coordinate the School of Arts and Sciences writing program (instruction and assessment); consult on planning and assessment of writing activities with each of the other three schools of the College; and oversee writing tutorial services under the supervision of the Dean of the Library.
Minimum Job Requirements
A Ph.D. or terminal degree in composition, rhetoric or closely related area.
A strong record of undergraduate teaching, including diverse student populations.
Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
Outstanding oral and written communication skills.
Administrative and supervisory experience preferred.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, and three letters of recommendation to:
Nick Smart, Ph.D.
Subject: Composition Search Committee
English Composition I & II
English Composition I & II About Tulsa Community College
Tulsa Community College is committed to creating equitable and inclusive work environments to support the success of the full range of our employees.
We believe that employees who feel valued and respected will create policies, programs, practices and services to effectively meet the needs and exceed the expectations of our increasingly diverse student populations.
We encourage candidates to apply who have demonstrated capacity to create inclusive work environments, to work effectively on increasingly diverse teams, and to serve the increasingly diverse college community.
We are committed to hiring and retaining a racially diverse, culturally competent staff at all level of the organization who not only reflect the demographics of our students, but also continue to deepen their skills and competencies to serve the full range of our community.
Tulsa Community College is seeking qualified adjunct instructors for the 2018-2019 school year and welcomes applicants at any time. Adjunct instructors are hired within their respective fields for one or more semesters based on the needs of their respective academic school.
Campus: Varies Classification:
Faculty Position Type: Part-time Faculty Curricular: English If Faculty, Contract Length:
Part-time Job Code Number: Composition-4-18
Master's degree in the appropriate field of study with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the field of study.
Philosophy compatible with that of a comprehensive urban community college.
Minimum Salary: Salary based on course contract Work Schedule:
Posting Date: 04/24/2018 Closing Date: Open Until Filled: Yes Special Instructions to Applicants:
A teaching assignment may or may not be available as of this date.
Potential part-time instructors with be contacted as teaching assignments become available for the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters.
Day and evening availability preferred.
Advertised Department: School of Liberal Arts and Communication
English Instructor, Composition [Part-Time Faculty Pool]
This is a part-time faculty pool for available assignments teaching composition courses in the English Department during the academic year. Applications are considered throughout the academic year and reviewed based on department need.
Should a review of your application result in the intent to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted by phone or email for an interview. Submission of documents does not guarantee that you will be contacted
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Requires flexible work schedule to meet program needs, which may include evenings and/or weekends.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Instructs students in a classroom or in an online learning environment. Provides student contact before and after class and by telephone, video conferencing, scheduled meetings or email exchanges during office hours where facilities and schedules permit.
Prepares, distributes, and utilizes instructional support materials, include course syllabi, supplementary materials, instructional media, and other devices as appropriate; incorporates the latest classroom technology when available and appropriate to instructional activities.
Structures classes and curriculum to correspond with the overall program outcomes and specific student learning outcomes as stated on the approval course online; prepares clear objectives for students for each course.
Understands, develops and provides a learning environment that supports diversity and incorporates sensitivity to diversity within the college community.
Responsible for classroom and departmental equipment and provides for the security of facilities and instructional materials as appropriate.
Understands and abides by college policies and regulations and other policies, procedures and materials as required by the college, departments or divisions.
Convenes classes on time and as scheduled.
Maintains evaluation and grading records for assigned students; enters grades and provides all necessary documentation for incompletes within established college timelines and guidelines.
Participates in ongoing professional development and maintains currency in composition pedagogies.
Ensures and emphasizes safe working and classroom conditions and practices.
May direct aides and work study students as assigned.
Understands and uses the college's computer system.
AUXILIARY JOB FUNCTIONS:
May provide assistance to other department personnel as workload and staffing levels dictate. Maintain work areas in a clean and orderly manner.
The education and/or work experience sections of your online application form must demonstrate that you meet all of the following Minimum Qualifications. The information on the cover letter/resume will not substitute for the completed application.
MINIMUM/MANDATORY EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Master's degree in English or Composition/Rhetoric, MFA in Creative Writing, or master's degree in related field with a minimum of 30 graduate credit hours in the subject to be taught.
Valid Driver's License or state ID
Evidence of successful classroom experience teaching composition at the community college level. Evidence of ability to communicate effectively and work cooperatively with colleagues and students from a variety of backgrounds.
Successful experience with current educational methodologies in the teaching of composition and in using technology such as online course design/delivery, etc. Graduate coursework in composition/rhetoric studies.
Other Job Elements
The physical demands listed below represent those that must be met by an incumbent to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with qualified disabilities to perform the essential functions.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF POSITION:
While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to sit, stand, bend, kneel, stoop, communicate, reach, and manipulate objects. The position requires mobility, including the use of step stools in order to retrieve archived materials.
Duties may involve moving materials weighing up to 25 pounds on a regular basis such as papers, files, boxes, equipment, computers, etc., and rarely requires moving materials weighing over 25 pounds. Manual dexterity and coordination are required over 50% of the work period while operating equipment such as computer keyboard, monitor, projector, calculator, printer, and standard office equipment.
The work environment characteristics described below are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Work environment includes classroom, lab, or other setting as appropriate.
Supervision of other personnel is not a typical function assigned to this position. May provide training and orientation to newly assigned personnel, and may assign work to student workers.
Works under the general direction of the Department Chair.
Clackamas Community College is a diverse community that provides equal opportunity in employment, activities, and its programs.It is the policy of the Clackamas Community College and its Board that there will be no discrimination or harassment in any educations programs, activities or employment on the grounds of race, color, religion, ethnicity, use of native language, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, veteran status, age, genetic information or any other status protected under applicable federal, state or local laws.
The College also prohibits retaliation against an individual for engaging in activity protected under this policy, and interfering with rights or privileges granted under anti-discrimination laws.
Persons having questions about equal opportunity and nondiscrimination should contact the dean of Human Resources for Clackamas Community College in Barlow Hall at the Oregon City campus, 503-594-3300. Please note the following areas of responsibility, should you need relevant resources or information: Section 504 Coordinator, Disability Coordinator, Oregon City campus, 503-594-3181; Title II Coordinator, Associate Dean, Oregon City campus, 503-594-3392; Title IX Coordinator, Dean, Human Resources, Oregon City campus, 503-594-3300.
ADDITIONAL POSTING INSTRUCTIONS:
To apply for this position, you must submit:
Completed online application
Cover Letter explaining your interest in the position and describing how you meet the minimum and special qualifications and requirements of the position
Current Curriculum Vitae
Document with contact information for three (3) references that can attest to your college-level composition teaching and/or tutoring qualifications
Completed responses to the Supplemental Questions
Upon hire, candidate will be required to provide official transcripts for degrees earned, if applicable.
CCC only accepts applications through this online application system.
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Please note: This is initially a self-screening system.
We recognize that our application process can be lengthy, so before you begin, please read all of the stated requirements to determine if you meet them. Applicants must meet all of the stated minimum/special qualifications and additional requirements to be considered for this position. Based on your responses to the qualifying questions, the system may automatically screen you out from further consideration.
Required documents must be provided at the time of application. Please remove any personal information such as photographs, date of birth, gender, social security number, and other protected information from your documents.
Documents containing protected information will be considered incomplete. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Positions are subject to budget consideration and approval. For the candidate who is hired into this position, salary placement will be based on guidelines in the handbook or association agreement (as applicable) to assess education and experience. For this reason, please be sure to include everything in your application that you want the college to consider towards placement.
Clackamas Community College participates in E-Verify and will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm work authorization. This information is kept completely confidential, is obtained only after a candidate is hired, and will not be used to pre-screen any job applicant.
The college does not sponsor employees in the visa application process if they intend to use this as their means to work in the United States. This means that all required work visas must be in place and supported by appropriate evidence to be employed by Clackamas.
The college requires that faculty maintain official residence in Oregon or Washington during the period of employment. The college does not hire out of state faculty to teach online courses.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION STATEMENT:
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.
This job description is a general description of essential job functions. It is not intended as an employment contract nor is it intended to describe all responsibilities, skills, effort, or work conditions associated with the job someone in this position would perform. All employees of Clackamas Community College are expected to perform tasks as assigned by Clackamas Community College supervisory/management personnel regardless of job title or routine job duties.
VETERAN'S PREFERENCE STATEMENT:
Applicants are eligible to use Veteran's Preference when applying with Clackamas Community College in accordance with ORS 408.225, 408.230 and 408.235; and OAR 105-040-0010 and 105-040-0015. Preference will only be given if the applicant meets the minimum qualifications and any special qualifications for the position and electronically attach the required documentation at the time of application.
MEMBER COPY 4 of the Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD Form 214 or 215) – OR – Letter from the US Dept. of Veterans Affairs indicating a non-service connected pension.
Disabled Veterans must also submit a copy of their Veterans disability preference letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
You can request copies of your military service record through the National Archives website at: http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/
For information regarding Veteran's Preference qualifications, visit the following website: http://www.oregonjobs.org/DAS/STJOBS/vetpoints.shtmlq
Product Manager, Devsecops Software Composition Analysis
Veracode, a recognized industry leader in Application Security Testing is looking for a dynamic and energetic Product Manager to shape the future of the Software Composition Analysis (SCA) product. This key and highly visible role will lead Veracode through the growth and the transformation of the open source software security space. This Product Manager will define the strategic direction, lead the product & technology strategy and develop plans to accelerate customer adoption and business growth. The job holder will also contribute to the overall technical and commercial strategy for the Veracode product family.
Software Composition Analysis (SCA) is a high growth product that helps organizations manage the security risk of open source components in their software application portfolios and is a key component of the Veracode Application Security Platform.
About the Role
In this role you will become a "thought" leader for the product both internally and externally. You will be primarily responsible for defining, communicating and executing the strategy for the open source security product offering at Veracode. This includes identifying and understanding the key DevSecOps industry trends, regularly communicating with customers and prospects, prioritizing and defining user requirements, writing complete and crisp user stories, and working with UX and engineering teams to deliver an excellent user experience. You will also be working closely with technology/ OEM partners, in addition to the Veracode's engineering team, to deliver on the bold product roadmap while adhering to a robust release schedule. In this role you will be visiting customers, attending industry events and presenting Veracode's open source security solution and strategy to customers, prospects and analysts.
Some of the key responsibilities include:
Devising a compelling vision to drive forward Veracode's open source security testing solution that fits in with the principles of Continuous Delivery/ DevOps approach to the software development lifecycle
Creating an annual roadmap, and updating it quarterly to ensure its timely delivery
Meeting regularly with end-users and buyers to understand current needs and future requirements
Defining and analyzing metrics that ensure the success of the product in the market
Collaborating with stakeholders on feature requests and a backlog to assess priority, value, and development cost and then prioritizing development work accordingly
Working with product marketing on product messaging, pricing/ packaging and competitive analysis
Staying on top of new market space developments, and evaluating/ understanding competitive tools
Providing an up-to-date, data driven view on the open source software security landscape to the rest of the organization
Clearly articulating the product strategy to customers, industry analysts, and internal stakeholders
Working independently as well as collaboratively with technology partners to promote open source security solution best practices to the market and within user communities
Qualifications and Skills
5+ years in product management, software development or related field
BA/BS in software engineering, computer science or related technical field
Experience with application development tools (IDEs, CI/CD, containers, etc.) either as a software engineer or a product manager
Strong track record developing and managing an effective work relationship with OEM/ technology partner
Demonstrated success in creating and executing on great a strategy/ roadmap for a high growth product
Proven ability to balance the needs of the market (customer, prospects, partners, technology evolution) with the needs of the business (revenue, retention)
Proven ability to make good prioritization decisions and tradeoffs within product backlog
Strong business acumen with a desire to use data to inform decision making
Ability to lead and energize cross-functional teams, especially peers in customer facing roles
Adaptive communication skills to influence cross functionally without direct authority, comfort speaking with customers and business partners
Passion for the technology, for developer communities, great product design and usability
Confidence, creativity, and a competitive drive to seize market share from the competition
Motivated self-starter with an agility and ability to manage ambiguity to deal with change and still meet business objectives
A great listener with an aptitude and maturity for providing and receiving constructive feedback
Development and/or UX experience preferred
This role will be based in Veracode's Burlington MA headquarters, and will require periodic travel.
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