Cook Chief Job Description Sample
Liberty Steamship Company Unlicensed Position External Job Posting
American Steamship Company (ASC), a subsidiary of GATX Corporation (NYSE:GMT), operates the largest U.S. Flag fleet of self-unloading free flowing dry bulk cargo vessels on the Great Lakes carrying iron ore, coal, stone, and grain cargoes along with other valuable commodities.
For over 100 years, ASC has led the way with innovative solutions that continuously build value for our customers, our employees, and the communities in which we live and serve. The key to the long-term growth and success of our business is attracting and retaining talented people. We seek individuals who are innovative, collaborative, driven, intellectually curious and eager to join a dynamic organization where continuous improvement is deeply woven into the corporate culture.
Commitment to Safety and Environmental Responsibility
Our company is committed to operating a fleet that is safe, environmentally responsible, and providing excellent customer service.
This position, also referred to as a billet, is assigned to one of the Company's US Flag selfunloading bulk vessels operating in the Great Lakes.
The Chief Cook is responsible for galley and mess areas, directs assisting personnel, and includes the on-time preparation, cooking and clean-up of all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner).
The incumbent uses their experience and professional skills to support the achievement of three
Safety of the ship and the crew;
Sound environmental practices;
Efficient vessel operations.
Proactively watches for, reports and corrects unsafe acts or conditions. Sets a strong example with regard to safe working practices and good seamanship. Utilizes STP procedure in all aspects of daily routine, while performing assigned tasks and duties and in the course of supervising personnel in the galley.
During fit-out, responsible for galley and mess areas and directs assisting personnel. Clean galley and mess areas, prepare a list and order food/drink and supplies, receive and stow food/drink and supplies, receive and stow clean linen and laundry, distribute clean linen and towels to occupied cabins. Responsible for the on-time preparation, cooking and clean-up of all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner). Utilizes necessary sanitation practices in all aspects of food preparation and handling. Reports equipment problems promptly to the chief engineer.
During operating season, responsible for galley and mess areas and directs assisting personnel. Responsible for proper inventory levels of food, drink, supplies, cleaning gear and clean linen and laundry, cleanliness of galley and mess areas in conformance with F.D.A. and company standards. Responsible for the on-time preparation, cooking and clean-up of all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner). Responsible for the overall safety in galley and mess areas and to contact the chief engineer for equipment maintenance. Submit requests to captain for food, supplies and laundry cleaning services. Utilizes necessary sanitation practices in all aspects of food preparation and handling. Reports equipment problems promptly to the chief engineer.
During lay-up, responsible for galley and mess areas and directs assisting personnel. Responsible for the on-time preparation, cooking and clean-up of all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner). Maintain perishable food/drink inventories to minimize levels when final meal concludes. When final meal is finished, clean all galley and mess equipment and spaces suitable for longterm lay-up. Properly dispose of any food/drink which will perish over the 5% winter lay-up period. Dispose of any broken messing equipment/cooking utensils, place order for its replacement, inform chief engineer of needed galley and mess equipment and area maintenance. Collect and prepare all company linen and laundry for off-site cleaning over the winter lay-up period. Stow and lock-up cooking utensils. Utilizes necessary sanitation practices in all aspects of food preparation and handling. Reports equipment problems promptly to the chief engineer.
This position interacts with the entire crew daily and regularly interacts with the Company's Purchasing Department along with various vendors supplying the vessel.
- US Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Credential, with the endorsement of Food Handler.
- US Department of Homeland Security Transportation Worker Identification Credential ("TWIC")
- National Restaurant Association ServSafe Certification.
Possess a strong understanding of ASC's company safety program "STP" and dependably practice it.
Action oriented and enjoys hard work.
Planning and organization.
Basic math proficiency.
Extensive travel is required throughout the Great Lakes region aboard a commercial cargo vessel, considered a physically remote environment.
Must be able to join and depart the vessel for assignments at any time throughout the shipping season in various and extreme weather conditions.
Must be able to work in a physically vigorous environment, able to climb ladders against the side of vessels as necessary to embark and disembark vessels, lift up to 50 pounds, and to have the physical stamina to work extended hours (within USCG limits) in performing duties.
Must be able to satisfy physical standards established by the US Coast Guard and pass periodic Company physical examinations as directed by the Company's Medical Review Officer, which includes being free of communicable disease.
Must be able to pass a US Coast Guard required chemical test for dangerous drugs.
Must be eligible to enter Canada.
All Liberty Steamship Company unlicensed seamen receive:
Paid for transportation to/from our ports from their residence anywhere in the continental United States
Free room and board, including Direct TV in all cabins
Quarterly bonuses for achieving safety goals
For employees offered permanent full-time positions, LSC also provides a competitive benefits package that includes:
Year-round medical, dental, and vision insurance
Paid vacation time
Education cost reimbursements
Information For Veterans
Individuals who have had prior service in the military or other government agencies with qualifying shipboard experience may be immediately eligible for endorsements as Able Seaman or Qualified Member of the Engine Department. Such individuals are encouraged to contact any US Coast Guard Regional Examination Center for additional information. You may also refer to the Code of Federal Regulations, 46CFR10.213, sea service as a member of the armed forces of the United States and on vessels owned by the United States as qualifying experience.
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Information
American Steamship Company is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Individuals seeking employment at GATX are considered without regards to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation.
With more than USD 1.4 bn in revenue, Satair is a 100% wholly owned subsidiary of Airbus SAS and a world leader in sales and distribution of spare parts for aircraft maintenance. We integrate the entire aerospace value chain connecting both ends of the aerospace aftermarket.
Every day our 1,000 employees at 10 offices and locations around the world work hard to build and sustain supplier relationships and to support airlines and MROs in optimizing their spare parts management, maximizing their distribution networks and realizing their business potential. We are devoted to creating innovative and reliable solutions for our business partners, continuously lifting industry standards. What we do is so much more than distribution, support and service. We deliver excellence. We connect people and business partners all over the world.
You will get a challenging job in an innovative, growing, global company with a world-class service ambition. Our culture is non-bureaucratic, with a hands-on professional approach and always focused on how Satair can help our customers and suppliers become more competitive in the long term.
Responsible for the overall operation of the inspection process of Red Channel parts and repaired items. Plans, directs and executes inspection standards, methods, and procedures used by the Repair Station and ensures compliance with all FAA regulations and manufacturer's recommendations.
Responsible to exercise final inspection authority and authorized to sign any and all forms confirming compliance related to inspection, repair, and return to service of hoses, batteries and related items based on workflow.
Direct, supervise, and train any employees assigned to the inspection department.
Ensure all inspections are properly performed on all completed work before it is released to customers or placed in the warehouse.
Ensure that the inspection records, reports and forms utilized by the repair station are correct and properly executed.
Collect, maintain, and make available a current file of FAA 145 specifications and Airworthiness Directives.
Maintain technical data on all units overhauled or repaired by the station. This includes relevant material including records of manufacturer's overhaul manuals, service bulletins, FAA manuals, and other data as required.
Make periodic checks on all inspection equipment, tools, and the calibration of precision test equipment.
Devise and maintain a system of keeping records for checks and calibration and inspection tools and precision test equipment to the minimal required level.
Other duties as assigned: 10%
Assist the Manager - Quality to establish and implement the independent quality system with its administration to ensure that the activities carried out in the organization are in compliance with the applicable EN9110, AS/EN 9120, ISO 9001, FAA AC 00-56A and the regulatory requirements, relevant procedures and instructions that are called out by the approved documents.
Assist with the coordination of Quality training activities whenever such activities occur - to ensure Quality personnel obtain and maintain appropriate acknowledgement.
Work in backup capacity within the warehouse area by arrangement with the Manager Quality.
Qualified Experience / Skills / Training:
- Min two years' of aviation experience with at least one year in quality assurance function preferably with a background as aircraft mechanic or engineer.
Well versed in airworthiness authorities' regulatory requirements, such as, FAR145, EASA145, CCAR145 and SAR145.
Knowledge of AS9100/AS9120/ISO9001 quality system requirements.
Knowledge, Skills, Demonstrated Capabilities:
Technically knowledgeable and capable of grasping detailed engineering and quality concepts.
Ability to analyze inspection findings, and determine best case analysis.
PC literacy, including word processing, spreadsheets and databases.
Communication Skills (Spoken, Written, Influencing, Proficiency in Other Languages):
Be able to communicate in English, both verbally and in writing.
Good team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, able to multi-task effectively.
Technical Systems Proficiency:
Ability to understand and read blueprints, schematics & Component Maintenance Manuals.
Be familiar with aircraft sub-systems, components, associated equipment and technical documentation systems.
Knowledge of Lotus Notes tools.
Familiar with work-related routines under Satair's ERP system.
Familiar with SAP programs.
- 5% Domestic and International
- Able to work in the US without a current or future need for visa sponsorship
Decision Making, Complexity:
Strong analytical skills, with ability to work under pressure and a high level of integrity and passionate in problem solving and drive for results.
Must exhibit a high level of motivation, sense of urgency, attention to detail, energetic approach to job duties and requirements.
SATAIR USA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, political affiliation or belief.
As a matter of policy, SATAIR USA, Inc., does not sponsor visas for US positions unless specified. Only applicants with current work authorization will be considered.
SATAIR USA, Inc. does not offer tenured or guaranteed employment. Either the company or the employee can terminate the employment relationship at any time, with or without cause, with or without notice.
Senior Chief Deputy Director 21 - Chief Deputy For Opportunity
This position serves as a Chief Deputy Director for Opportunity for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS). The role is responsible for ensuring that Michiganders who interact with the Department have an experience that treats them with dignity, respects their time, and helps them achieve personal goals such as increasing their incomes, strengthening their families, and experiencing greater independence. The Department's Field Operations Administration and Children's Services Agency report directly into this Chief Deputy.
In addition, the role of improving the customer experience is cross-functional. It involves intensive engagement with multiple operating divisions, including the Strategic Integration Administration (responsible for managing information technology). The role provides leadership regarding both operational processes and Departmental policies.
POSITION DESCRIPTIONRequired Education and Experience
Possession of a bachelor's degree in any major.
Two years of experience as a director of a division.
Additional Requirements and Information
Salary commensurate with candidate qualifications.
Certain positions may require a criminal history background check.
This position is filled through a limited-term Senior Executive Service agreement.
View the job specification at: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/SeniorExecutiveService_13148_7.pdf
This position is located at 333 S. Grand Ave., Lansing, MI.
To be considered for this position you must:
- apply for this position online via NEOGOV; click on "Apply" in the job posting for instructions on submitting your electronic application. Hard copy applications are not accepted.
- relevant experience and/or education referred to in supplemental questions must be documented in resume, transcript and/or application to allow for accurate screening.
- attach a resume identifying specific experience and dates of employment. Dates of employment should include month and year and hours per week.
- attach a cover letter.
- if applicable, attach a copy of an official transcript(s). We accept scanned copies of official transcripts. We do not accept web-based, internet, or copies of unofficial transcripts. Official transcripts provide the name of the institution, confirmation that a degree was awarded and on what date, and the registrar's signature.
Failure to complete any of the above items may result in your application not being considered. See instructions for attaching files here: Instructions
YOUR APPLICATION FOR ANY POSITION DOES NOT GUARANTEE YOU WILL BE CONTACTED BY THE DEPARTMENT/AGENCY FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION. ONLY THOSE APPLICANTS INTERVIEWED WILL BE NOTIFIED OF THE RESULTS.
For questions in regards to this specific position, e-mail: MDHHSVacancies@michigan.gov. Please include the posting number in the e-mail subject line.
Vice President, Chief Financial Officer (Detroit)
The Chief Financial Officer reports to and partners with the President to set the financial policy and direction for MGM Grand Detroit. Position is an active participant in, and driver of, the organization's overall strategy. Safeguards Company assets through oversight of all financial aspects of the casino complex. Accountable for the operational and gaming regulation compliance function in accordance with the Michigan Gaming Control Board Administrative Rules, the Michigan Gaming Control and Revenue Act, and the Michigan Liquor Control Code. This individual has the authority to approve casino credit limits according to the approved credit authorization matrix, and approve complimentaries, as necessary. All duties are to be performed in accordance with federal, state, local laws, regulations, and ordinances, as well as department and Company policies, practices, and procedures, within the framework and intent of the MGM Detroit Grand Detroit Mission Statement.
Oversees the direction of all policies, procedures, and practices for finance and accounting systems to include cashiering operations, information technology, budget, forecasting, and reporting of revenue and expenses for the organization. Ensures all finance and accounting policies, procedures, and practices are in accordance to and alignment with federal, state, and local regulations, as well as Company and Corporate policies, procedures, and practices.
Works closely with executive management to establish sound operational practices that produce positive methods for increasing revenue opportunity and improving cost efficiencies to maximize potential financial return and provides continual monitoring of practices.
Ensures all company assets are properly recorded and safeguarded. Ensures financial integrity in accordance to federal, state, and local regulations, as well as accurate and timely reporting of results to internal and external entities. Meets regularly with the President/Chief Operating Office and the executive team to review all operating results, any irregularities, and other pertinent information.
Oversees the operational and gaming regulation compliance function in accordance with the Michigan Gaming Control Board Administrative Rules, the Michigan Gaming Control and Revenue Act, and the Michigan Liquor Control Code.
Oversees the implementation and upgrade of computer systems to maximize the effectiveness of operations and financial reporting.
Manages the development of long range operating and capital plans. Approves all capital requests and secures funding for capital projects, when necessary.
Oversees the management and direction of the finance and purchasing teams to include budget development and cost containment, regulatory compliance, efficient staffing, employee development and training, performance management and policy enforcement.
Promotes and maintains the highest level of customer service to all guests while staying alert to their needs.
Maintains effective communication with peers and subordinates.
Provides leadership in the development and monitoring of budgets and operational strategies to produce both short-term and long-term profitability.
Participates in the identification and development of business partnerships and relationships which may be beneficial to the long-term growth and success of the property.
Drives key operational and strategic initiatives.
Serves as both a financial and operational resource to the President and operational division heads relative to the financial success and viability of the property.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
21 years of age or older.
Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance. Master's degree preferred.
Ten years progressive exempt-level financial experience with seven years at a senior level.
Five years gaming experience.
Experience in multi-tasking of projects and project management.
Strong knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local regulations including governmental reporting and compliance such as the Michigan Gaming Control Board, Sarbanes Oxley, Generally Accepted Accounting Practices, etc.
Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office and purchasing systems (Stratton Warren preferred).
Strong knowledge of customer base, casino operations, and financial requirements.
Thorough knowledge of accounting theories, practices, regulations, and financial concepts.
Excellent guest service and hospitality skills.
Strong problem solving, analytical, and listening skills.
Must be able to function and act independently.
Self-motivated with excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
Bilingual abilities preferred.
Ability to handle and maintain confidential information.
Ability to work in an environment where pipe, cigar, and cigarette smoking is permitted.
Ability to function and act independently.
Ability to work well with people, in a team environment, and to communicate effectively both written & oral.
Ability to function in a fast paced environment, under short time constraints, and within established deadlines.
Ability to work a flexible schedule including extended hours, weekends, and holidays.
Obtain/maintain Michigan Gaming Control Board Level 1 Occupational License.
Chief Credit Officer - Up To 130K - Chicago, IL - Job # 1503
Our client seeks to fill a Chief Credit Officer in the Chicago, IL market. The selected candidate will be responsible for oversight and administration of the bank’s loan portfolio through the monitoring and management of credit risk within the bank and its lending activities. The main purpose of this position is to establish internal controls and develop written policies and procedures for extending credit to the bank’s customers while ensuring that they effectively meet the overall goals of the company.
This position includes a generous salary of up to $130K, excellent benefits package and is bonus eligible.
Chief Credit Officer responsibilities include:
- Developing and maintaining standardized policies and procedures to assure the effective delivery of Credit Products for the bank and enhance the overall quality of the Bank’s loan portfolio.
- Establishing a strong credit culture within the Bank.
- Assist in developing the overall loan portfolio and targeted yield.
- Providing oversight for an effective credit approval process within the company that supports the credit risk appetite of the Bank while also facilitating desired asset growth objectives.
- Directing all credit underwriting and loan portfolio management activities at the Bank.
- Formulating, reviewing and approving lending policies and procedures.
- Working with subordinate executives to assess the overall soundness of the loan portfolio and advice on policy questions, business development, staff requirements, performance appraisals, and salary administration as they relate to the lending function.
- Servicing as part of top management in the development of long-range planning.
- Adheres to the BSA Policy and all other Bank Policies.
- Other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by supervisor.
Who Are You?
You’re someone who wants to influence your own development. You’re looking for an opportunity where you can pursue your interests and your passion. Where a job title is not considered the final definition of who you are, but merely the starting point for your future.
You also bring the following skills and experience:
- B.S. /B.A. in Finance, Accounting, Mathematics, Economics or similar discipline required.
- Five or more years of consumer / real estate/business lending experience; preferably with a bank.
- Five or more years of experience working in credit risk analytics and/or risk management with financial institutions including the development of credit policy, underwriting standards, and internal risk rating scorecards.
- Extensive knowledge and experience in C&I and commercial real estate lending, credit risk management, and credit approval process.
- Expertise in loan structure and administration including experience in business development.
- Proven record of strong problem solving and analytical skills.
- Prior leadership and management experience required.
- Superior negotiation, relationship building, and professional reliability.
The position includes a generous salary of up to $130K plus bonus and excellent benefits package.
Deputy Chief Financial Officer - Operations (Fs)
Deputy Chief Financial Officer - Operations
About the Opportunity
This position is a leadership opportunity within the Financial Services Division (FSD) of the Health Care Authority. The Deputy Chief Financial Officer--Operations (DCFO-Ops) will provide executive-level administrative and organizational leadership to FSD. This includes responsibility for project oversight to improve division operations. The position will have delegated authority to manage internal issues and responsibilities involving the operation, priorities, and assignments of the FSD and will function as the Chief Financial Officer's delegate on administrative matters including facilities, personnel, equipment, supplies, and information technology.
The DCFO-Ops participates as an active member of the FSD Leadership, FSD Extended Management, and HCA Executive Leadership teams demonstrating leadership competencies for employee development, performance management, a focus on continuous quality improvement and incorporation of Lean/quality improvement into daily activities.
The position provides leadership in relevant division activities with other divisions in the agency, facilitates problem solving at all levels of the division, addresses work group concerns and issues, facilitates teamwork and encourages open communication and conflict resolution. The position provides leadership and guidance to best manage workload impacts to staffing, personnel and hiring procedures, staff development and succession planning, achieving diversity goals, communications with labor relations and provider advocacy groups, and tracks performance utilizing measurement criteria.
What we're looking for:
Our ideal candidate:
Has significant understanding of Washington state government rules, regulations, and processes.
Is highly productive and is an expert in administrative, and organizational leadership--specifically in accomplishing goals by leading teams that include individuals over whom there is no formal authority.
Demonstrated experience in management, team building, and change management!
Required Education, Experience, and Competencies.
Bachelor's degree in business, public administration, finance, accounting, healthcare administration, management or related field
Minimum of Seven (7) years of experience in public service, including progressive responsibility including project management or oversight or supervision of other managers or agency operations.
Knowledge, Experience, and Ability.
Significant understanding of Washington state government rules, regulations, and processes. Including purchasing, budget, human resources, collective bargaining, and procurement.
Knowledge of Washington government relationship and interaction between executive and legislative branches.
Experience in accomplishing goals by leading staff or workgroups that include individuals over whom there is no formal authority.
Ability to adapt to an ever-changing environment.
Ability to effectively communicate to internal and external stakeholders/customers, both verbally and in writing.
Ability to formally present information in a clear, brief and accurate manner to diverse audiences.
Ability to lead organizational change.
Preferred/Desired Education, Experience, and Competencies.
Master's degree in public administration or related field.
Project Management experience/certification.
Key functions of this position include:
Assists and may act on behalf of the CFO, utilizing full-delegated authority to define and assign critical office-wide projects and /or strategies, determines due date, monitors for completion, and provides input regarding completed work.
Responsible for managing simultaneous projects within established timeframes and independently establishes and maintains own work procedures.
Provides technical and administrative assistance with special projects, including organizational process improvements, legislative support, and other critical projects, as required.
Works independently and sets own work procedures to meet assigned due dates.
Oversees FSD quarterly target review (QTR) activities and divisional reporting.
Ensures the division completes Performance and Development Plans (PDP) in a timely manner. Review all PDPs and follow-up with employees, supervisors and managers as needed. Utilize the PDPs to develop training plans and to inform topics for the FSD Leadership, Extended Management Team, and all-staff meetings.
Requires in depth understanding and involvement in agency operations, human resources, procurement decisions, organizational management and excellence
The Health Care Authority (HCA) is a fast-paced, dynamic organization whose mission is to provide high quality health care through innovative health policies and purchasing strategies. We directly impact the lives of more than 2 million Washington residents by providing health care coverage through the Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) program free or low-cost health care coverage to eligible Washington residents; and the Public Employees Benefits Board (PEBB) Program.
Most of our approximately 1,200 employees work in our Cherry Street Plaza building or on the nearby Town Square campus. Located on the edge of downtown Olympia, we enjoy easy access to I-5 and Highway 101, restaurants, coffee shops, a public library, and post office. And parking is free!
How to Apply:
Only candidates who reflect the minimum qualifications on their State application will be considered. To apply for this position you will need to complete your profile and attach:
A cover letter
Three professional references
If you have questions about the process, or need reasonable accommodation, please contact the recruiter before the posting closes. The candidate pool certified for this recruitment may be used to fill future similar vacancies for up to the next six months.
Washington State is an equal opportunity employer. Persons with disabilities needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this job announcement in an alternative format may call the Human Resources Office at 360.725.0945 or email Sidra.Fields@hca.wa.gov
- Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the position. *
Chief Executive Officer (Ceo)
Chief Executive Officer Clive Behavioral Health Hospital Clive, IA
Joint Venture: Universal Health Services and MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
One of the nation's largest and most respected hospital management companies, Universal Health Services, Inc. (NYSE: UHS) has built an impressive record of achievement and performance. Steadily growing since its inception to an esteemed Fortune 500 corporation, UHS today has annual revenues of $10 billion and 83,000 employees. In 2019, UHS was recognized for the ninth consecutive year as one of the World's Most Admired Companies by Fortune; and in 2018, ranked #268 on the Fortune 500, and in 2017, listed #275 in Forbes inaugural ranking of America's Top 500 Public Companies.
Our operating philosophy is as effective today as it was 40 years ago: Build or acquire high quality hospitals in rapidly growing markets, invest in the people and equipment needed to allow each facility to thrive, and become the leading healthcare provider in each community we serve. Headquartered in King of Prussia, PA, UHS operates more than 320 acute care hospitals, behavioral health facilities and ambulatory centers in the United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the United Kingdom.
In partnership with.
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center is an 802-bed acute care, not-for-profit Catholic hospital founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1893. Mercy is the longest continually operating hospital in Des Moines and is also one of the largest employers in the state – with more than 7,000 employees and a medical staff of more than 1,000 physicians and allied health associates.
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center is accredited by The Joint Commission – a seal of approval indicating MercyOne meets strict performance standards, provides high quality patient care and demonstrates accountability in the rapidly changing field of health care.
Universal Health Services and MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center is currently seeking a Chief Executive Officer for a new hospital joint venture Clive Behavioral Health Hospital. The new hospital will be located in Clive, IA and projected to break ground in April 2019. This new state of the art facility will operate 100 inpatient psychiatric beds, a partial hospitalization program, and an intensive outpatient program. Serving children, adolescents, adults, and seniors experiencing acute behavioral health issues. The expected opening of the hospital will be in July or August of 2020. This new hospital will support the Clive, IA and surrounding communities by providing services close to home, and to better serve the area's specific community behavioral health needs.
Chief Executive Officer Clive Behavioral Health Hospital
We are currently seeking a dynamic Behavioral Health Executive for the Joint Venture, Clive Behavioral Health Hospital. The chosen candidate will have a proven track record providing services within a Behavioral Health free-standing Hospital or has managed a large Psychiatric/Behavioral Health department within a large Acute care Hospital. Candidates must demonstrate a strong employment history with progressive growth throughout their career. The ideal CEO candidate will be responsible for directing the day-to-day operations, building a quality and data driven culture, managing and developing staff, assuring high quality and patient-centered care, sound fiscal operations, maintaining a strong referral base and compliance with Joint Commission, CMS, and state regulations while continually monitoring the facility's services and delivery systems.
Accountable for creating an environment and culture that focuses on fulfilling the organization's mission, vision, and values.
Operational management of clinical and non-clinical departments including but not limited to: Nursing, Admissions, Business Development, Process Improvement, Finance, Clinical Services, and Regulatory Affairs that effectively drive patient care outcomes.
Ensure hospital quality metrics are achieved through sound clinical processes following accreditation and regulatory agency guidelines.
Recruit physicians and staff in targeted specialty areas, coordinate medical staff participation in new hospital ventures and targets, develop new areas of medical care to offer at the hospital.
Supervise the development of more comprehensive outpatient care and ambulatory programs. Develop positive relationships with local industry, local government, potential key health care providers, and the general public.
Ensure the timely submission of month-end financial and operational reviews, contribute to the development of and participation in corporate-wide strategic planning efforts.
Communicate circumstances and events of operations to supervisor and other appropriate people to keep all apprised.
Achieve budgeted financial objectives.
Effectively manage contract negotiations and compliance with the commercial payor community.
Increase revenues and income before inter-company allocations, maintain or decrease the effective bad debt rate, achieve the margin percentage, and implement operating cost controls in the areas of staffing, supplies, purchased services, etc.
Focus on census building efforts and strategic planning.
Bachelor's Degree required, Master's Degree is preferred
Currently working as a behavioral executive, i.e CEO at a Behavioral Health facility or as a Director of a large acute care facility with a large multi-unit psych department.
A working knowledge of behavioral health management practices and clinical operations.
An advanced knowledge of state and federal regulatory and various accreditation requirements related to behavioral health management.
Working knowledge of operations and financial management and marketing methods.
Ability to travel a minimum of 10% of the time.
Startup experience is highly preferred*
This opportunity offers the following:
Challenging and rewarding work environment
Growth and development opportunities within UHS and its subsidiaries
Excellent Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Drug Plan
401k plan with company match
Generous Paid Time Off
UHS is not accepting unsolicited assistance from search firms for this employment opportunity. Please, no phone calls or emails. All resumes submitted by search firms to any employee at UHS via-email, the Internet or in any form and/or method without a valid written search agreement in place for this position will be deemed the sole property of UHS. No fee will be paid in the event the candidate is hired by UHS as a result of the referral or through other means.
- UHS is a registered trademark of UHS of Delaware, Inc., the management company for Universal Health Services, Inc. and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Universal Health Services, Inc. Universal Health Services, Inc. is a holding company and operates through its subsidiaries including its management company, UHS of Delaware, Inc. All healthcare and management operations are conducted by subsidiaries of Universal Health Services, Inc. To the extent any reference to "UHS or UHS facilities" on this website including any statements, articles or other publications contained herein relates to our healthcare or management operations it is referring to Universal Health Services' subsidiaries including UHS of Delaware. Further, the terms "we," "us," "our" or "the company" in such context similarly refer to the operations of Universal Health Services' subsidiaries including UHS of Delaware. Any employment referenced in this website is not with Universal Health Services, Inc. but solely with one of its subsidiaries including but not limited to UHS of Delaware, Inc.
Chief Development Officer
Leading The New Jewish Home's Development, the Chief Development Officer (CDO) is responsible for the fundraising function of the organization, reporting directly to the president and CEO. S/he oversees donor cultivation and stewarding, fundraising activities, fundraising events, awareness and fundraising campaigns. The CDO works to broaden awareness of The New Jewish Home's mission and impact, and increases the visibility of its work across key stakeholder audiences working closely with internal departments to accomplish their goals in this area.
The CDO is charged with championing industry best practices and a highly strategic approach to fundraising in order to reach these new heights, while also addressing the following areas for enhancement, in particular: the full, strategic integration of advancement functions and elimination of operational silos; application of fundraising analytics to inform more targeted and productive decision-making about donor strategy; promotion of a holistic, moves-management approach to donor engagement, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship, recognizing the varied relationship networks, activities, and/or affinities that influence current and prospective donors' philanthropy, as well as the importance of developing a major gift donor pool that has multiple points of engagement and connection to Jewish Home and is not overly reliant on a single representative of the organization; creation of substantive grateful patient/family and planned giving programs to capitalize on these promising yet heretofore untapped areas of giving for Jewish Home; galvanization of the annual fund, recognizing its importance in establishing a sustainable pipeline of major gifts prospects, and addressing the need for dedicated staff oversight and accountability regarding this functional area of development; appropriate follow-up to special events for the purpose of major gift cultivation, as well as vigilance to ensure that event return on investment is commensurate with staff and financial resources invested therein; increasing the Board of Directors' focus on philanthropy.
The mission of The New Jewish Home is to empower older adults to enhance purpose and well-being through a portfolio of innovative health care services. They do this through a vision to create a new reality in which ageism is no longer, and society embraces its older adult members.
The values of TNJH define its approach to care, culture, and working relationships, and include:
Respecting One Another
TNJH services include:
Long-term care in a skilled nursing facility, featuring innovative Small Houses
Post-acute rehabilitation to help recovery after a hospital stay for an illness, injury or surgery
Housing options for those who want residence services that are older adult friendly and with a combination of independence and support
Community-based and home-care options such as therapy and health aides at home, and social adult day programs on our campuses. Also, our Certified Home Health Agency serves many older adults in nine counties in our area. The CDO oversees a staff of approximately 10 and several external vendors. S/he will be empowered to optimize the organizational design and/or functional alignment of the team in consultation with the president and CEO.
In consultation with the president and CEO, set campaign and annual fundraising goals for The New Jewish Home. Construct strategies and execute plans that will markedly increase individual (including annual, major, principal, blended, and planned gifts), foundation, corporate, and other philanthropic support. Collaborate with the president and CEO, senior leadership team, and Jewish Home's Development team to identify and refine giving priorities, and to translate those priorities into compelling opportunities for philanthropy and persuasive proposals.
Provide mentoring and strategic support to members of the Development team for the planning, coordination, and execution of initiatives tailored to achieve major gift prospects' awareness, involvement, and commitment. Align current and potential donors with volunteer leadership opportunities, committees, activities, and/or events that are appropriate to their interests or potential interests, refining or enhancing their Jewish Home-related activities over time in order to move them toward solicitation. Evaluate various gift opportunities and giving vehicles, and recommend the most suitable for a particular prospect.
Lead the establishment and execution of well-defined and appropriately resourced planned giving and grateful patient/family programs that are fully integrated with Jewish Home's other development activities, working with other senior administrators and legal counsel to address any real or perceived obstacles to fully realizing these critical initiatives. Collaborate with clinical leaders who can assist with prospect identification, cultivation strategies, and solicitation.
Serve as a member of the organization's senior leadership team, contributing to the overall organizational strategy for high-impact programming, engagement, and communication.
Personally manage a portfolio of current and prospective donors at the highest levels of giving capacity, including both individual and institutional sources, moving them through the stages of cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
Commit to ongoing discovery of new major and principal gifts prospects and serve as Jewish Home's primary knowledge source for funding opportunities and philanthropic outlets. Examine existing, lower-level donors to the organization who may have greater capacity, and both traditional and non-traditional sources of potential support whose interests may align with organizational priorities. Maintain current knowledge of important developments within the regional and national funding environments as they relate to The New Jewish Home's mission and programs.
Lead and oversee the Development team in creating and promoting effective cultivation and solicitation opportunities that involve the president and CEO, members of the senior leadership team, volunteer leaders, and other senior organizational leaders. Manage connections between prospective and current donors and these leaders, including prioritizing the latter's role and involvement in development activities, implementing strategic communications, preparing reports, briefings, and other materials in support of this involvement, and ensuring additional staffing as necessary. In most cases, the SVP will personally staff the president and CEO and the board chair. Exercise sound judgment and efficiently communicate prospect strategies when involving Jewish Home or volunteer leaders. Serve as the catalyst in strengthening a culture of philanthropy intended to permeate all areas of the organization.
Address the need for dedicated staff oversight and accountability regarding the annual fund, and work with the Development team to help increase participation therein. Align annual giving efforts with other development activities to assist in identifying and cultivating prospects for annual leadership gifts and major gifts, and with Jewish Home marketing campaigns.
Develop and implement an overall strategic plan for special events in support of constituency engagement. Maximize events and the visitor experience so they are highly valued by patrons and other constituents, produce desired outcomes, and appropriately relate to major and principal gift strategies.
Ensure high-quality, individualized, and meaningful stewardship of donors, coordinating with colleagues throughout the organization and/or personally stewarding donors as needed.
Partner with the president and CEO, chairman of the Board of Directors, and the board's Nominating Committee regarding identification and recruitment of new members, education of board members about their role in advancing a culture of philanthropy at The New Jewish Home, cultivation and solicitation of their financial support for Jewish Home, and leveraging of their respective networks to expand the donor base. Assist the director in more fully incorporating fundraising as an area of board focus and support. As appropriate, steward relationships to increase the likelihood that desired candidates will accept an invitation to join the Board of Directors.
Oversee the hiring, managing, mentoring, training, and evaluation of an experienced and highly talented development staff. Set appropriate annual production goals and monitor progress on a regular basis in order to maximize staff performance in prospect identification, strategy development, cultivation, solicitation, stewardship activities. Ensure that staff members comply with Jewish Home policies and standards.
Oversee growth, maintenance, and enhancement of the Development team's technological proficiency and tools. Maximize utilization of technologies to streamline operational processes; spearhead creative technology initiatives that touch new audiences of potential donors.
Ensure sound fiscal management and efficient allocation of resources.
Prepare regular reports regarding the Development team's activities and progress to the president and CEO, senior leadership team, Board of Directors, and, as appropriate, for broader distribution within the organization.
Analyze development activities and benchmark with peer institutions to ensure Jewish Home is on track and employing best practices.
Travel as needed to support organizational priorities, including personal cultivation and so
Required Qualifications and Experience
A bachelor's degree is required; an advanced degree and strong academic credentials that will be credible to donors and other stakeholders are preferred.
A minimum of seven to 10 years of experience in progressively responsible development leadership positions, which includes work in all functional areas (individual giving, institutional giving, annual giving, planned giving, stewardship, board relations) and participation in a major capital campaign (planning, implementation, management, and successful conclusion), preferably within a healthcare environment that involves grateful patient fundraising or other nonprofit environment of similar complexity.
Demonstrated ability to provide management oversight, leadership, and direction with at least five years of significant supervisory experience, including experience creating and managing a budget. A strong record of recruiting and developing exceptional people and fostering a transparent work environment where collegiality is a key to success.
Must be steeped in modern philanthropy best practices and able to effectively integrate advancement functions. In addition to possessing excellent fundraising abilities, must have the breadth of skills required to devise macro-level external relations strategies, including those related to organizational branding, marketing, and communications.
Deep experience in high-level New York City philanthropy and an understanding of the style, attention to detail, and impeccable customer service required; knowledge of the players, strategies, and trends in New York City philanthropy and the ability to navigate the city's philanthropic elite with aplomb.
Particular strength in developing the case for support and strategic, complex, and innovative fundraising plans, and executing against those plans to achieve goals and objectives. Experience working directly with the most senior levels of an organization is very important, as is the ability to effectively strategize and engage various groups and constituents. Demonstrated ability to translate concepts into multi-stakeholder initiatives.
Hands-on experience with six and seven-figure gifts and greater, including cultivation through solicitation and stewardship, as well as experience working with annual giving strategies for grooming the next generation of annual leadership and major gift donors. Success in securing gifts from both defined and undefined constituencies.
Experience identifying, nurturing, and motivating volunteers, particularly board members, and an appreciation for their role in building an effective fundraising network.
Skill at goal setting and measuring success, and agility in addressing alternate program directions to meet goals when necessary. Experience in developing, implementing, and monitoring strategic plans.
The ability to extract and analyze data to make effective, efficient decisions about donor strategy and process. A working knowledge of modern data management practices and techniques, including database information systems, data modeling, and analysis. Familiarity with technology and other innovations that can streamline the development process and contribute to the integration of advancement functions.
Ability and willingness to travel as necessary.
Additional Personal Qualities and Competencies
Dedication to the mission and goals of The New Jewish Home.
Values-driven, self-confident, self-aware, and committed to personal and professional development. Must elevate institutional goals and values beyond personal gain, recognizing when collaboration or complementing oneself with others is in the best interest of achieving desired outcomes.
Unimpeachable integrity and trustworthiness; mature judgment in handling sensitive and confidential information.
A penchant for diplomacy and the ability to work collaboratively with other colleagues within the Jewish Home community while demonstrating respect for differences, cultural sensitivity, and a commitment to diversity. Must be a team builder who takes a non-hierarchical approach to leadership and who empowers subordinates to get the job done while providing the support and information they need.
Able to effectively strategize and engage various groups and constituents, including administrative, programmatic, clinical, research, and volunteer leaders; individual and institutional fundraising prospects, existing donors, and major benefactors; and media partners. Skill in making the appropriate connections among members of these groups, developing partnerships and collaborations across organizational and departmental lines, and nurturing strong and long-lasting individual and institutional relationships.
Excellent presentation and communication skills, including the ability to write and speak clearly and effectively and deliver an effective, coherent, and consistent message; a communication style that is open, cordial, and persuasive.
Outstanding organizational skills, with the ability to complete projects on a timely basis and to manage multiple priorities. A self-starter with a sense of urgency, a clear set of priorities, a strong work ethic, the ability to adapt to changing circumstances in a dynamic environment, and a tolerance for ambiguity. Must have a creative approach to problem solving and the ability to take advantage of emerging opportunities. A commitment to continuous improvement.
A bias for optimism, a good sense of humor, and a high energy level.
Chief Engineer (Aerospace)
Location: Irvine, California
- This position will be responsible for providing technical leadership of the design, analysis, and development of competitive fuel distribution and Aerial Refueling system solutions that meet customer and regulatory requirements.
- Making what matters work at takes the passion of every employee around the world. We create an environment where creativity, invention and discovery become reality, each and every day.
- It’s where bold, bright professionals like you can reach your full potential—and where you can help us reach ours.
- Ensures that technical, regulatory and commercial requirements are properly understood and that design implementations meet these requirements Oversees the configuration and analysis of aircraft Fuel Distribution and Aerial Refueling products Assists Site Product Engineering Manager on both strategic and tactical initiatives Supports the definition and execution of the Product and Technology roadmaps related to Fuel Distribution and Aerial Refueling products.
- Communicates and coordinates with customer, program management, and government agencies technical representatives in determining program needs, and the analysis and resolution of specialized engineering problems.
- Chairs Non-Advocate Reviews, Design reviews, and Technical Meetings.
- Mentors less experienced project and design engineers including the Product and Design engineering teams at EIEC/EIIC Leads and/or supports proposal technical activities for distribution and Aerial Refueling equipment.
- Bachelor's degree in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering from an accredited institution.
- Minimum 15 years in progressive experience in the aerospace industry with responsibility or design and development of aircraft fuel systems and components such as engine and airframe pumps and valves.
- This position requires use of information or access to hardware which is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All applicants must be U.S. persons within the meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. person as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or Refugee.
- Master’s degree in Engineering and/or Registered Professional Engineer from an accredited institution
- Experience and knowledge of aerospace industry, military specifications and products
Onward Technologies is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. We prohibit discrimination in decisions concerning recruitment, hiring, compensation, benefits, promotions, training, termination or any other condition of employment or career development. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, veteran status, disability status or any other legally protected status.
Chief Operating Officer (Hospital Commissioning For Middle East)
The Chief Operating Officer (COO) is responsible to the Hospital CEO. The COO functions at an executive level in an active leadership role with the hospital’s governing body, medical staff leadership, hospital senior leadership and management team. This role requires relocation.
- Ensuring the consistent and effective execution of key systems and processes that make effective use of organizational resources.
- Leading a team or unit to enhance product or service quality; driving the business toward enhanced product or service quality.
- Creating a work environment in which employees committed to their organization and feel pride and job ownership.
- Building strategic alliances and partnerships within the organization to collaboratively execute business strategies.
- Creating an environment in which products and processes are designed to ensure customer satisfaction; effectively incorporating customer perspectives in all business activities.
- Contributing to the development of the organization’s strategic goals and objectives as well as the overall management of the organization.
- Assumes line responsibility and authority for the administrative direction, evaluation, and coordination of the functions and activities of assigned departments within the hospital organization to ensure operation objectives and results are in accord with overall hospital needs.
- In the absence of the hospital CEO and/or as assigned, represents the CEO in the coordination of entire portions of the hospital organization, speaking and acting within the scope of objectives set forth in the practice and/or policy of the hospital.
- Directly responsible for managers overseeing departments and other service lines as assigned by the CEO.
- Directly responsible for the improvement of the hospitals facilities in assigned areas, including construction or renovation of structures and the purchasing of new equipment.
- Responsible for department leaders in establishing a measure of performance, increase productivity, quality improvement, cost controls and efficient utilization of facilities.
- Performs other duties as necessary or assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree in healthcare, business or a related field – required.
- Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration or related field – preferred.
- At least ten (10) years of COO or related health system leadership experience in a hospital or clinical setting – required.
- Proven track record of significant operating success in developing new hospitals – required.
- Demonstrated leadership experience in achieving top quality, safety and clinical excellence outcomes.
- Demonstrated experience in progressive acute care management and refined managerial skills as a COO or similar executive level experience.
- Demonstrated experience in management techniques, financial management, planning and clinical operations.
- Experience implementing strategic initiatives to promote system development with potential partners in both the community and medical staff relations.
- Certificate in Lean Six Sigma, or other performance improvement disciplines – preferred.
- Current knowledge of Joint Commission, state, and federal guidelines, regulations and standards – required.
- Expert skills in negotiation, coaching, and interpersonal approach.
- Skill in communicating information in an open and sincere manner that promotes credibility (e.g. honest answers to tough questions).
- Skill in recognizing strategic business opportunities resulting from changes in the economic, technological, political/legal, or social environments.
- Excellent problem solving skills with the orientation and the capability of analyzing complex situations using data and responds in a thorough and expeditious manner.
- Ability to communicate effectively at all levels with excellent writing, verbal and presentation skills in English.
- Ability to build relationships and collaborate with a variety of constituents in a manner that reflects respect and confidence.
- Ability to delegate authority and accountability.
- Ability to mentor and develop leadership and clinical skills in others.
- Willingness to focus on employee development through exposure, experiences, and feedback.
- Commitment to open dialogue across all levels of the organization.
- Understanding and commitment to process, and continuous improvement methodologies and approaches.
- The compensation and benefits package comprise of a salary (commensurable to the position, candidate's experience & qualifications) plus annual bonus, medical insurance and other fringe benefits.
- If employed as an Expatriate, annual round-trip airfare, housing allowance and other fringe benefits apply.
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