Core Winding Operator Job Description Sample
Fiber Winding Operator
PURPOSE AND SCOPE:
Responsible for Fiber winding and bundling process and the ability to perform general Fiber Production duties.
DUTIES / ACTIVITIES:
Have a general understanding of the Fiber Production Winding and Bundling process
Notify Senior Area Operator, Technical specialist, and shift Supervisor of any disruptions, deviations or unusual circumstances within normal fiber production.
Maintain a safe environment.
Follow all safety policies and wear proper PPE within the required areas of the Fiber Department.
Assist Senior Area Operators in maintaining Fiber Production objectives.
Maintain all GMP, SOP, Safety, ISO, and HR policies and procedures. Ensure training in each of the areas are completed on time.
Ensure all good housekeeping practices are maintained within the Fiber Production area.
Accurately perform documentation into the EBPR, BPR and other required documentation within the department.
Standard operation of the Autowrapper and Autocutter machines.
Ensure quality procedures are followed and pass Fiber Bundle Quality Inspection Certification with 90% or higher on an annual basis.
Maintain general housekeeping of working area and plant.
Follow all Fresenius Policies.
Regular attendance and maintaining a good attendance record is an essential function of the job.
Our Company Values: Honesty & Integrity, Quality, Respect & Dignity, Innovation & Improvement, Teamwork & Safety are the guiding principles of employee behavior at FMCNA.
Mechanical Designer Winding Technician
At SPX Transformer Solutions, we are committed to hiring the best and most talented people and providing them with the tools and opportunities necessary for them to not only excel at what they do every day, but also fuel their workplace passions and transform their careers. Mentoring, training and development activities by industry experts abound, while the nature of the business encourages cross-functional and interdepartmental learning, communication and teamwork that lead to continuous improvement in all areas. Desired competencies include self-motivation, creative problem-solving, compulsion to make a difference and the ability to work well with others in a challenging, fast-paced environment.
Under direct supervision, prepares and maintains detailed design drawings, schematics or specifications typically using Computer Aided Design (CAD) software
Works closely with design originators (e.g., engineers, designers) to resolve design details or discrepancies, or to prepare drawings of unusual, complex, or original designs, which require a high degree of precision using CAD (Computer Aided Drafting) or CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) equipment
Creates, modifies and controls detailed two- and three-dimensional parts and assembly drawings from engineers' and technicians' sketches, plans, written and verbal instructions
Develops and maintains drafting standards and procedures
Evaluates and recommends purchase of CAD/CAE-related computer hardware and software
Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, SPX Corporation is a leading supplier of highly engineered HVAC products, detection and measurement technologies and power equipment. With operations in about 20 countries, SPX Corporation has approximately $2 billion in annual revenue and approximately 6,000 employees worldwide. SPX Corporation is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol, "SPXC". For more information, please visit www.spx.com.
SPX is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status, or any other reason prohibited by applicable law.
Thank you for your interest in our company.
Electric Motor Winding Technician
We are Dreisilker Electric Motors Inc. (DEM), the premier provider of solutions for electric motors and motor control systems in North America for over 62 years, focusing on a comprehensive range of efficient and high quality products and services.
We currently have open positions for experienced Electric Motor Rewinders for our Glen Ellyn, IL repair shop. We are looking for experienced quality conscious candidates.
The experienced Winding Technician will have working knowledge of electric motor repair shop services. The winder will prepare stators and/or armatures for AC/DC electric motors and special equipment by performing the following duties.
Essential Job Duties and Skills Required:
Will be required to learn and perform our motor stripping process
Inspection and disassembly may be required to determine cause of failure
Perform diagnostic electrical testing
Confirms all winding data is current and accurate and current
Documents best practices
Reviews wiring diagrams and work orders to determine winding specifications
Cuts, shapes, size insulating materials and wire cables or connections.
Cleaning, filing and deburring prior windings
Monitors wire counters, machinery and wiring equipment to adhere to our quality standards and processes
May require lifting up to 50 pounds with proper equipment and lifting technique
Ability to read schematics and diagrams as well as read, write and comprehend the English language
Must have the ability to read, write and apply mathematic calculations using metrics, U.S. standard units of meausre; addition, multiplication, division, distance and ruler measurements
Fork lift and crane experience
Various other duties as required
Note: This job posting in not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive list of activities and duties required for this role. Must be eligible to work in the U.S.
We offer a competitive wage and comprehensive benefits package, which includes; medical, dental, vision, short and long term disability, life insurance, accident and critical care coverage and 401(k) options. We also offer PTO (paid time off) and 10 paid holidays.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Ve&C (Electronic Module) Core Engineer
Formación Académica Ingeniería Electrónica
Ingeniería Mecánica, Mecatrónica
Detalles del empleo
Engineers in core sections maintain expertise and develop new technology in their respective areas. Additionally core engineers act as application engineers supporting vehicle program deliverables for new technologies and are responsible for maintaining the technical expertise for current production programs. This includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following (not every item may be relevant to every engineer):
Provide pre-program CBG support
Deploy initial technology plan
Provide subsystem or component generic design and WERS release (Core PNs)
Finalize prevention of recurring problems
Develop control plan format (APQP) and PFMEA format
Develop sensor module algorithms, analytical tools, and methods
Reduce complexity, achieve cross-car-line consistency
Monitor and coordinate technology development with suppliers
Formulate overall quality and cost roadmap
Benchmark components and systems
Resolve common cause quality issues
Develop and maintain generic DVP, SDS, and DVC documents, and CDS
Conduct system- and component-level DFMEA, and update as needed
Provide hotline and publications issues
Participate in Advanced Technology Councils/Forums
Conduct Key Life Tests and robustness studies
Resolve special cross-car-line issues
Participate in early supplier selection Nivel Idioma Inglés Avanzado Disponibilidad para viajar N/A • Experience working with electrical automotive components, modules prefered.
Understand and apply GPDS (Global Product Development System) process.
Comply with Robustness Engineering Disciplines (Quality History, P – Diagram, FMEA, etc)
Knowledge and application of six sigma and 8 D.
Lead and Develop SOW/RFQ, ESOW (Engineering Statement of Work) and participate in the Sourcing Process (Team of 4 (To4), SA, ED&T review, piece and tooling cost review and CPA)
Release parts in AVBOM and WERS through the product life cycle. Support the Change Control Meeting.
Audit and update BOM (Bill of Material) with correct part levels and usage, for prototype builds and maintain it post Job 1. • Be aware of Worldwide Engineering changes and proceed accordingly. DCR, ED&T, WERS.
Support AIMS resolution.
Define and verify engineering prototypes requirements at part level.
Parts implementation/Sign-off in assembly plant & assistance with quality issues in all milestones.
Support VQR's, VRT's and PVT, as required.
Jointly with purchasing, identify potential suppliers to develop identified parts to be localized.
Jointly with STA give technical assistance to supplier through the Supplier Engagement Process
Conduct TDRs with interfacing Ford activities, and supplier engineering (software, hardware, mechanical, etc...).
Lead program specific FMA
Vehicle build support.
Support vehicle testing in wind tunnels, labs, experimental garages, and on road trips -90% English skills (Oral, reading, writing and listening).
Ability to communicate and interact with others in cross-function team environment.
General knowledge of vehicle functions, electronic and/or vehicle systems.
Knowledge of automotive industry environment, working experience preferred.
Basic knowledge (opening files, visualization, measurements, etc.) on any CAD software.
Microsoft Office management (Word, Excel and Power Point).
Basic knowledge of materials properties.
Basic knowledge on production process.
Excellent organization, communication, time/program management and presentation skills.
Electrical-mechanical background as these commodities have electrical and mechanical interface.
Experience with supplier management and negotiations.
Experience with Program Launch.
Must be a motivated self-starter with the goal of delivering a quality part on time.
Must have a mindset to meet all program deliverables on time with quality.
VP, Core Operations
Hires, coordinates training and manages staff involved in creating controls, documents and tools within the Corporate Claims, Shared Services, Corporate Ops PMO or Configuration Teams or other Corporate Operations areas reporting to the Core Ops Team in order to manage work in any of the assigned Corporate Operations areas for all lines of business.
Identifies, develops and trains appropriate staff and implements processes to standardize the overall ends-to-end processing of claims, as well as the configuring of the various modules of the QNXT System for all lines of business.
Initiates staff and coordinates needed projects around various systems enhancements, conversions and upgrades. These projects improves QNXT Claims MASS Adjudication results, enhances the Corporate Operations claims quality and reduces unit claims costs by reducing rework (both underpayments and overpayments) for all lines of business.
Identifies projects/initiatives that reduce administrative costs for Molina and/or providers as well as identifies opportunities to ensure accurate claims editing is occurring to assist in the management of the organizational health care costs for all lines of business. Works with appropriate vendors to identify and initiate appropriate recovery opportunities. Convenes work groups, develops implementation plans with identified tasks, timelines and assigned parties. Executes and measures success.
Leads the Corporate Claims Testing team to validate that systems changes and material configuration changes are tested to ensure expected outcomes prior to implementation of those changes in the production environment for all lines of business.
Participates with others in the Corporate Operational Leadership Team along with IT to analyze the root cause of information of variations to the claims payment, to find/propose ways to improve upon performance results, to identify potential risks to the organization and to lead the needed systems or configuration changes within the claims process to support the organizational needs in all lines of business.
Leads the Corporate Claims Training Team in preparing needed documentation around training of new/existing staff while also assist in preparing needed Claims Payment Guidelines to assist in the timely and accurate processing of claims within the Corporate Claims Department for all lines of business.
Manages direct Molina staff as well as oversees vendors involved in any of the areas reporting to the VP, Core Operations to enable the organization to produce operational results at the lowest possible cost, the most consistent and compliant service levels and the highest level of quality for all lines of business.
Ensures the accurate and timely completion of all Enrollment and Billing functions for all lines of business. This includes working with the Configuration team to ensure system efficiency for processing enrollment files received from regulatory agencies and appropriate responses. Additionally, overseeing the development and maintenance of eligibility information extracts going to vendors, providers and agencies as necessary to support our health plan operations.
Ensures all state, federal and Molina regulations, Policies/Procedures and SOPs are implemented and followed on a consistent basis to ensure the highest compliance possible within the Corporate Operations areas.
Sets and manages overall costs to meet/exceed annual budgets set for each or all of the areas in Corporate Operations reporting to the Core Ops Team, and finds ways to improve productivity and automation wherever possible to reduce unit costs and overall G&A for the organization.
List other duties which are of secondary importance and marginal to the position's purpose.
- Other duties as assigned.
Under the general direction the VP, Core Operations is responsible for the strategy, design, and implementation of companywide initiatives impacting one or more of the following areas:
Claims Production (i.e. Claims Production, Audit, Production Vendor Oversight) for all lines of business
Claims Shared Services for all lines of business (i.e. activities supporting the production of claims including but not limited to the Corporate Recovery Team, Corporate Claims Compliance Team, Support Services, Enrollment and Billing, Corporate Encounter Team as well as providing overall organizational leadership of claims editing and recovery vendors aimed at managing overall healthcare costs)
Corporate Configuration of the QNXT system for all lines of business, which may also include the Care Management application for UM functions within QNXT:
Meeting state regulatory requirements;
Enabling the system to produce expected health care costs;
Maximizing MASS Adjudication within QNXT;
Improving the quality of the provider payment process;
Reducing G&A costs as measured by both Unit Claims Costs and on a per member per month basis in each of the areas reporting to the Core Ops Team as part of the enterprise wide efforts to meet or exceed budget targets and to consistently to reduce G&A;
Continuing to drive positive operational and financial outcomes within the other Provider Payment Initiatives reporting up to the Core Ops Team.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to influence and drive change among peers and others within the Molina organization
Skill to envision, craft proposals, obtain consensus around approving and implementing future state processes and systems needed to support strategic direction set by organization.
Ability to abide by Molina's policies
Ability to maintain attendance to support required quality and quantity of work
Maintain confidentiality and comply with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
Ability to establish and maintain positive and effective work relationships with coworkers, clients, members, providers and customers
Bachelor's Degree or appropriate relevant healthcare experience (4 years for relevant BA background)
Minimum of 10 years Healthcare experience in related job or Operational experience.
Required License, Certification, Association
Master's Degree or appropriate relevant healthcare experience (with minimum of 7 years for relevant Master's degree)
To all current Molina employees: If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply through the intranet job listing.
Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.
Temp Core Tech I
At Lonza, we invest in great people. We encourage our employees to challenge themselves and we offer an environment that fosters creativity and success.
Headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, we operate production, R&D, and business sites around the world, including Europe, North America, and Asia. Our vision: We strive to be the leading supplier using science and technology to improve the quality of life.
Our mission: We work with passion, using advanced technologies, to transform life science into new possibilities for our customers. Do you want to help us as we shape the future of this great organization?
Job Description Summary TEMP Core Tech I Job Description Summary Responsible for participating in upstream and/or downstream aseptic manufacturing of clinical and/or commercial grade cell therapeutic products in accordance to established SOPs, maintaining and stocking clean room environment, and monitoring expiration of materials. Completes Cell Therapy Department Training plan in order to contribute to the client specific manufacturing campaigns. Adherence to cGMPs is required at all times during the manufacture of APIs.
All personnel own the quality of what they deliver and are responsible for notifying responsible management in a timely manner of regulatory inspections, serious GMP deficiencies, process deviations, product defects and related actions. Must know and follow job safety procedures, attend required health and safety training, proactively promote safety at work, and promptly report actual and potential accidents and injuries. Must comply with safety policies of the company and site.
Production Floor Setting. A majority of the work is done in cleanroom environment. While working in the cleanroom scrubs, hairnet, shoe covers, hood, gown, mask, boots and two pair of gloves are required.
Eyestrain and/or repetitive motion symptoms may occur due to use of the computer. Chemical hazards include but are not limited to cleaning solutions. Must have the ability to work in a fast paced, high workload environment, and be able to manage multiple projects and objectives for on-time event closure.
Must have the ability to comprehend process flow and identify factors which influence the process. Must be able to read and follow defined SOPs and policies, work independently and as part of a team on various manufacturing tasks, identify and communicate non-routine events, and review more complex decisions with Management. Must have the ability to work in a fast paced, high workload environment, and be able to manage multiple projects and objectives for on-time event closure.
Must work well on a team, and be able to trouble shoot and problem solve in a cross functional team setting. Must be proactive, action oriented, and have the ability to adapt to a change. Must be able to identify and flag risks in a timely manner to keep deliverables on track.
Must have strong communication skills both verbally and written. Must be able to support other members of the team through mentoring and training. Must be able to use automated process equipment and tools.
Job Description Completion of On-The-Job Training for job related and ancillary processes and responsibilities associated with Cell Therapy Manufacturing: Training: Completion of Cell Therapy General Training Plan including: Equipment Maintenance and Usage Cell Bank General Aseptic Processing Skills 5S, iGen Generation and Completion Ordering & Receipt of Controlled Documents and Autoclaving for production Ordering & Receipt of Controlled Labels Creation and preparation of in-process labels and production binder compilation Sample Submission Final Product Submission to Warehouse Qualification on SAP Transactions ZCOR6, COR6, COR3, and CORT – in order to demonstrate an understanding of the material management system GMP Documentation practices Trackwise Execution of the job related and ancillary processes associated with cell therapy manufacturing:
Demonstrates Technical proficiency and knowledge expansion in: Equipment Maintenance and Usage Cell Bank General Aseptic Processing Skills Demonstrates basic understanding of the high level cell culture foundations and process overview Demonstrates technical skill proficiency (minimal operator related PRs, excursion hit rate within historical norms) Demonstrates EM proficiency (limit the number of operator related EM deviations) Demonstrates proficiency on 1-2 client specific projects Able achieve 70-75% yearly utilization rate Able to maintain consistent SOP Compliance rate at or above 95% Follows Standard Operating Procedures and Master Batch Records as written Demonstrates basic GMP documentation proficiency Demonstrates introductory level competency with Trackwise system and problem record initiation Be able to demonstrate basic Trackwise competency (PR initiation) Regulations: Understanding and Compliance in the execution of GMPs in a manufacturing environment Compliance with all safety policies, rules, and general regulations (i.e.
Safety Chat attendance, 5S and EPS Observations) Lonza is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a qualified individual with disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Lonza. The place to Go, Stay and Grow.
Core Systems Analyst
Location: Rockville, MD
Full Time Position
To apply for position: Submit resume to email@example.com or contact 215-716-3035 x 712
The Core Systems Analyst (CSA) will provide support for the Core financial system and related systems and applications. The CSA will support the activities of the IT Department and Help Desk, coordinating required service and technical support for “Core-based” systems, and utilizing system and organizational knowledge to facilitate problem resolution. The CSA functions as administrator of databases and facilitates reporting using available software tools. The CSA may also serve as lead and/or primary technical resource for special projects.
Major Duties & Responsibilities
- Manages day-to-day operations of the Credit Union's core financial application (Fiserv Spectrum) and related systems, monitoring these systems and ensuring that they are running effectively.
- Administers and monitors the job scheduling system (Automic/UC4) to ensure successful completion of routine scheduled tasks.
- Serves as database administrator (primarily SQL Server and Eloquence), ensuring procedures are developed for ensuring the security and integrity of data.
- Resolves database performance issues, database capacity issues, replication, and other distributed data related issues.
- Designs, develops, and modifies custom reports and application enhancements using available software tools - SQL Server, Suprtool, VisImage, Visual Studio, etc.
- Coordinates required services and technical support for UNIX and LINUX-based systems under management. Functions as a UNIX\LINUX resource with proficiency in system tuning and shell scripting.
- Administers, maintains, and provides application support of the document management (EDM) system, ensuring that processes are in place for the proper storage and retrieval of archived documents.
- Supports the activities of the Help Desk as a Tier-3 resource. Monitors Help Desk records to be sure that relevant user requests are addressed, escalated as appropriate, and resolved in a timely manner.
- Performs root cause analysis and decision making with regard to critical client and team member tickets and issues.
- Coordinates with vendors on the upgrade and maintenance of supported systems, including but not limited to, database and application patches, version upgrades, configurations, test environments, operating systems and conversions.
- Functions as administrator of security for all systems under management, and ensures that a user maintenance policy is in place.
- Ensures strict adherence to policy and procedures for maintaining backups and off-site storage for application data.
- Serves as a member of the Disaster Recovery Team. Duties include revising contingency plans, preparation and maintenance of the hot site, facilitation of all tests, as well as other related business continuity tasks.
- Works closely with all levels of management and team staff in all departments to identify, and assist end-users in meeting corporate business objectives.
- Develops and administers project plans as assigned.
- Updates and maintains appropriate policies and procedures for supported application systems, in adherence to internal audit and risk management guidelines.
- Access Member or Associate personal and financial information only as required by the job. Maintain the confidentiality and security of all Member or Associate personal and financial.
- Ensure that work results and processes comply with relevant laws and with established policies, procedures, and practices, including, but not limited to, the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA).
- Attend all BSA training or completes and passes all online BSA training tests as applicable.
- Report to the position supervisor, the Security Officer, the Audit/Compliance Manager, Human Resources Manager or to the complaint vendor any actual or suspected fraud or financial dishonesty or wrong-doing involving Member transactions, Associates.
- The incumbent is required to work either on site or remotely outside of normal work hours to meet processing schedules and to execute maintenance and upgrades of mission critical systems and hardware. Considered to be on call “24 X 7”.
- Perform other related work as assigned and initiative using available resources to achieve established goals.
- The ability to be bonded.
The team member is required to work either on site or remotely outside of normal work hours to meet processing schedules and to execute maintenance and upgrades of mission critical systems and applications. Additionally, the incumbent is on call 24 X 7.
Education & Experience
- A BS in an information technology discipline is strongly desired.
- Experience in Banking Core platform (FiServ Spectrum) is strongly preferred.
- Experience in application development/programming using current and legacy versions of Visual Basic and C#.
- Additional training in systems, applications and tool sets are required to support the current core and operational environment. This requirement is assessed annually for facilitate a training plan.
- A+/Net+ certifications preferred.
- Requires a minimum of five years’ experience working with various functions of operating client server technology and peripheral equipment in an operations center
- Knowledge of data processing procedures and familiarity with financial institution operations.
- Ability to comprehend and perform duties independently.
- Excellent analytical, problem-solving, organizational & communication skills.
- PC skills should include strong hardware and software knowledge and ability to troubleshoot and diagnose technical problems.
- Familiarity with project planning methodology.
- Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks/multiple priorities.
- Demonstrate outstanding initiative.
- Possess and demonstrate outstanding people skills.
- Possess and demonstrate excellent project management skills.
- Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
- Ability to research/recommend/implement new technologies, ideas, and concepts in a timely fashion.
- Ability to work effectively and diplomatically with all staff.
- Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
- Ability to foster a team environment.
REQUIRED COMPLIANCE COURSES
Ensure that work results and processes comply with relevant laws and with established policies, procedures, and practices, including, but not limited to, the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA). Attend all required training or complete and pass all online required training courses as applicable.
Ability to read, write and comprehend the English language and understand basic instructions, correspondence and memos.
Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in all units of measure using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to perform these operations using units of the United States Dollar (USD). Ability to calculate figures and amounts and work with statistical concepts.
RDC Core Services - Staff Research Associate
Under direction of the Core Services Manager, serve as Core Technical Lead and support management for the day-to-day operations of the Inhalation Exposure Core. Manage workflow and recharge work activities that include rate development, business development support. Manage and submit core billing charges to Business Office. Provide technical design and set up/installation and testing exposure and PFT systems and/or the modification of existing systems (electrical and mechanical devices to support and advance the research goals and objectives of the CNPRC's mission.
Provide professional technical research support in specialized inhalation exposure methods (Agents of interest include but are not limited to allergen and bioaerosols, air pollutants and therapeutic compounds, and infectious agents) and research requiring PFT ranging from but not limited to design and fabrication, development and implementation. Train and develop set up and perform a variety of technical and complex PFT methods (includes maintenance/repair and calibrations). Perform analysis of air samples from chambers or other sources as specified in lab protocols; upgrade software and hardware for existing data acquisition/system/data maintenance; and exposure record keeping and reporting. Compile and analyze data, generate reports, contribute to technical writing of methods and results included in but not limited to grants and manuscripts.
Coordinate faculty driven program/project activities in the development of proposed design project plans, and testing to meet individual project objectives. Apply test methodology in the design of testing and testing strategies for the analysis and qualification of fabricated devices, equipment, and systems. Define and track quality assurance metrics such as defect densities and other issues that can negative impact research results. Plan and conduct the analysis, inspection, design, test, and/or integration to assure the quality of devices and equipment meet the operational needs of large scale and complex research projects.
Assist PIs in drafting animal care and use protocols involving the facility. Interact with internal and external personnel on significant matters. Document facility activities for reports to the NIH and site visit groups. Coordinate all facility animal activities for nonhuman primates with the Center's Primate Resources. Coordinate rodent activities with TRACS.
Position requires lifting up to 50 lbs.
Considerable animal contact (nonhuman primates and rodents). Move and handle a variety of animals weighing up to 40 pounds. Move and lift loaded animal transfer cages weighing up to 35 pounds and up to cage elevations 7 feet high.
Use of biological safety cabinet and periodically come into contact with biohazardous materials.
Fabricate (electrical, plumbing, and specialized devices) components and systems using a wide array of mechanical tools, parts for PFTs and building exposure chambers/rooms. Solder, assemble apparatus, and laboratory work.
Climb ladders and install or service equipment in close quarters. Mobility to work on uneven ground.
Occasionally work with in areas where hazardous materials and/or infectious diseases are present where personal protective clothing is required.
Must be willing to work safely where radioactive materials, carcinogens, and other hazardous chemical are used in accordance with EH&S guidelines.
Perform diversified tasks may often require squatting, kneeling, bending, stooping or standing.
Wear protective clothing for extended periods of time including: gown, coveralls, gloves, masks, face shields, goggles, sleeves and head covers.
Manual and visual dexterity to perform all duties with emphasis on attention to detail and the operation and maintenance of equipment essential.
Measles vaccination or documentation of illness required. This position is subject to Medical Surveillance procedures and review in accordance with Federal and State Laws and Regulations and University Policy.
Employee shall participate in required preventative medical and medical monitoring programs which may include blood tests, immunizations, TB screening, Blood borne and Airborne Pathogen training, etc., and are provided to meet Federal, State and University requirements. TB testing, blood sample, and counseling/orientation interview with Occupational Medicine is required prior to employment and annually thereafter.
Perform assigned duties in BioSafety Level (BSL) 1-2+ environments where nonhuman primates (and rodents) may be either naturally or experimentally infected with potentially hazardous diseases such as SRV, SIV, HIV, STLV, HTLV or Herpes virus.
Work with biohazardous agents and strictly adhere to all EH&S biosafety guidelines, and CNPRC laboratory policies and procedures.
Use and disposal of hazardous materials, and other agents adhering to environmental health and safety procedures.
Must be able to work irregular hours (early mornings, early evening, and/or weekends, as needed). Work occasional weekends and holidays.
Required to wear protective clothing and respirator in circumstances that require personal protection from infectious diseases and animals.
UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space.
California National Primate Research Center employees are directly or indirectly engaged in the performance of work on Federal or State contracts and grants as well as periodically come into contact with controlled substances; and are expected to abide by the UC Policy on Substance Abuse, the Federal Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, and the State Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1990.
Background Check Required:
This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks.
Master's Degree in mechanical or biomedical engineering from an accredited institution or the equivalent combination of education, training, and professional technical experience from which comparable skills can be acquired through prolonged study and on-the-job training.
Experience in primatology with an emphasis of pulmonary physiology and adverse effects of exposures through inhalation and perfuming experimental pulmonary function testing.
Experience performing pulmonary function tests in a variety of mammalian species (monkey, rodent).
Experience using Apple and PC-based computer systems for data acquisition and analysis and software systems Excel, Sigma Plot.
Experience in software programming environments of LabView and Matlab.
Skill in applied experimental design and statistical analysis and using hardware and software of data acquisition systems.
Experience applying mechanical ventilation techniques and aerosol administration.
Technical skills to design, fabricate, operate, troubleshoot, and repair electrical and mechanical systems. Skills to calibrate and troubleshoot electronic equipment.
Applied experience in inhalation exposure, exposure data acquisition systems, air pollutant analyzers, use of aerosol and gaseous air contaminants, use of animals including nonhuman primates and rodents, execution and conduct of complex long-term inhalation studies, and standard methods in air pollution monitoring. Experience in applied knowledge of fluid handling systems, aerosols and the characteristics of materials.
Knowledge and experience with mechanical device and instrumentation failure modes and risk analysis.
Expertise in development, design, and operation of inhalation exposure chambers and other systems including those for generation and characterization of gas and aerosol test atmospheres.
Facility management experience in a research setting that includes budget development and recharge/billing administration.
Skills to guide and train students, post docs, and lab personnel in all methods/techniques and concepts.
Experience to communicate (verbal or written) complex and technical information to vendors, collaborators, investigators and to scientific staff.
Experience using computerized data acquisition systems for PC and Macintosh platforms with a variety of software.
Experience preparing written data summaries, writing manuscripts for publications, and other academic/scholarly reports.
Skills to write IACUC protocols, laboratory SOP's, reports, data summaries and develop standardize training and devise plans/specs for testing models for animal experiments. Ability to write instruction sets, test plans and operating procedures and technical sections for grants.
Experience developing or contributing towards cost estimates and project reports.
Experience designing, installing, validating and maintaining hardware systems using standard industry tools (aerosol generators, sampling devices, exposure systems etc).
Knowledge of fluid handling, aerosols and characteristics or materials; characterization of gaseous and aerosol test atmospheres; and standard methods in air pollution monitoring.
Experience training, mentoring and guiding visiting scientists and technicians in the design, fabrication and operation of various inhalation systems (nose-only, head-only, whole-body exposure systems) and PFTs.
Experience working in Good Laboratory Practices and FDA regulatory compliance requirements
Extensive experience to plan, design, execute and manage research projects to meet project goals and deadlines. Expertise to manage in vivo as well as in vitro studies including knowledge to determine feasibility of future studies and make recommendations and modifications to improve studies.
Knowledge of biosafety and regulatory requirements, and IACUC protocols, and necessary training to participate in studies with these requirements.
Knowledge of laboratory safety and proper use, handling, monitoring, measurement and disposal of radioisotopes, carcinogens, and biohazardous substances.
Organizational skills to coordinate projects, data summary, and to accommodate changes in project needs, priorities, or deadlines as they arise.
Skills to comprehend and respond to complex research needs including evaluation and implementation of new procedures and techniques, and to follow detailed technical protocols, published procedures, and equipment operations manuals.
Communication skills to discuss and interpret technical matters a wide variety of individuals, and to understand requirements and instructions.
Independent thinking and problem-solving skills for research and technical problems.
Core Compliance Contract Specialist
To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values—integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion—must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.Reporting to the Manager, Business Operations, at the Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE), this position is responsible for managing, coordinating, and supporting business proposal and regulatory compliance needs for CORE's federal and non-federal grants and contracts focused on measurement and evaluation of quality and outcomes of health care. Provides business and operational coordination for CORE's business team including reporting, management of subcontractors and consultants, and compliance with sponsor's business and contractual requirements. Responsibilities include managing and coordinating federal and non-federal contract/grant proposal submissions and reporting requirements; managing, coordinating and responding to conflict of interest reporting and oversight requirements; coordination of conflict of interest (COI) committee meetings; identifying potential conflicts and developing and improving compliance processes and procedures; and updating and developing conflict of interest mitigation plans. In additional to providing internal support to ensure compliance with sponsor's business and contractual requirements, incumbent guides and supports subcontractors in understanding and submitting contract/grant requirements; tracks, evaluates, and presents subcontractor conflict of interest materials to the Manager of Business Operations and COI Committee; and supports and tracks internal conflict of interest review. Manages and supports technical team's submission of Institutional Review Board (IRB) protocols and responds to questions regarding protocol requirements and HIPAA and IRB regulations. Assists with preparation of and responds to inquiries from technical team regarding data use agreements. Updates and manages database to track IRB, data use, and compliance. Develops new, or improves current, policies and procedures for business compliance success or improvement.EEO/AA/Disability/Veteran
- Overall management and coordination of contract/grant proposal or modification submissions, including building proposal submission timelines, conducting meetings with the business and technical teams, and working with technical and operations teams to ensure proposals/modifications are submitted timely and formatted correctly.
- Manages conflict of interest proposals for federal and nonfederal contracts and grants, including working with multiple stakeholders to compile proposal components; setting and overseeing submission timelines; writing, editing, and proofing submissions; and coordinating and reviewing subcontractor and internal conflict of interest submissions.
- Coordinates overall contracting oversight of conflict of interest and compliance.
- Leads and coordinates conflict of interest committee meetings, including preparing agendas and meeting materials, plus supervises accurate and detailed minutes, presenting items to committee, developing timelines, using tools to track key decisions and action items, and organizing committee materials.
- Coordinates annual review of COI committee guidelines.
- Coordinates responding to conflict of interest or other compliance audits.
- Identifies potential conflicts and develops and implements internal processes for compliance.
- Develops and updates internal and external conflict of interest mitigation plans.
- Collects and critically reviews personal conflict of interest and confidentiality/nondisclosure agreements and presents to technical team and COI Committee as needed.
- Assists in annual subcontractor COI review and continual subcontractor COI oversight.
- Develops/updates conflict of interest instructions for subcontractors.
- Electronically stores, tracks, evaluates, and presents subcontractor and consultant materials to COI Committee and Manager of Business Operations.
- Supports technical team's submission of IRB protocol applications, amendments, and renewals; respond to questions regarding protocol requirements; and support tracking of protocol amendments and expiration dates.
- Assists Manager, Business Operations in responding to inquiries from technical team regarding data use agreements and IRB protocol, HIPAA, and other federal regulatory requirements.
- Supports Manager, Business Operations in renewing or setting up new data use agreements.
- Assists Manager, Business Operations in responding to questions and general oversight regarding grant, contract, and data use compliance to federal and other funder regulations, Yale New Haven Hospital/Health and Yale University policies.
- Develops tools to improve tracking and efficiencies of compliance and contracting requirements and processes
- Drafts or improves policies and procedures for business compliance success or improvement.
- Prepares reports and presentations utilizing a variety of computer software packages including MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Access and MS Visio.
- Supports technical teams in developing and amending subcontract Scopes of Work.
- Identifies, develops, and implements new subcontractor-related processes for improved efficiencies for the operations and technical teams.
- Develops and implements tools for increased efficiencies in subcontract invoicing procedures.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university required with a focus in business administration, public health, law, or a related field, and five or more years of experience that includes experience in federal contracts/grants; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Master's degree preferred or a combination of at least 5 to 6 years of work related experience with bachelor's degree.
Minimum of five (5) years of experience coordinating or managing projects in a health care or research setting. Preferred experience includes working with confidential information; coordinating or preparing grants/contracts; experience with federal contracting and grant compliance and conflict of interest requirements; experience working with subcontractors; familiarity with HIPAA and Human Subject Protection requirements; familiarity with Data Use Agreements; and experience with and drafting/editing policies, procedures, reports, and proposals. Experience using a variety of computer software programs (MS Office, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Visio, Adobe, MS Access) to support work tasks.
This position requires substantive knowledge of project management in order to carry out tasks. Incumbent must have a clear understanding of the overall project scope of duties and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proficient with project management tools to create and track timelines, and ability to coordinate teams of clinicians, health services researchers, technical experts, faculty, and staff. Demonstrated ability to multi-task with a high-level of organization and prioritization combined with strong attention to detail and accuracy; ability to problem-solve and work independently; ability to be flexible and integrate feedback. Proven commitment to continuous quality improvement, and proven ability to learn new skills/techniques quickly and integrate them into highly polished deliverables. Outgoing, friendly, and professional with an organized approach. Proven ability to coordinate meetings and take detailed, accurate minutes. Excellent electronic organization and tracking skills. Communicate effectively with internal and external customers and respond in a clear, concise, and timely manner. Excellent writing, proofing, and editing skills. Proficiency with inputting and running database reports utilizing Access.
Position is co-terminus with funding.
Lead Technical Architect, Core Media Platform
Cox Automotive is currently looking for a Lead Technical Architect to join our Media Core Platform Product group in Burlington, VT.
At Cox Automotive, we offer the chance to take a leading role in the digital revolution of the automotive industry. Our architects are energetic influencers that build world-class solutions that benefit the auto buying public, dealers and manufacturers. Collaboration is woven into the fabric of everything we do. At Cox Automotive, you'll be immersed in an environment that values your teamwork and collaborative problem-solving skills while still nurturing your individualism.
The Lead Technical Architect is responsible for developing the technology vision and designing comprehensive solutions that meet non-functional (e.g. performance, security, and operational considerations) and functional requirements in support of a given initiative. The Lead Technical Architect plays a role in establishing architectural vision and direction, architects technical solutions, provides advice and guidance, monitors emerging technologies, and performs technology evaluations. The Technical Architect will work closely with engineering teams and the Release Train Architect in all aspects of the job.
The Lead Technical Architect will play a leadership role in guiding engineering teams toward next-generation architecture and engineering capabilities, including but not limited to:
Building Cloud Native applications leveraging AWS services
Leveraging continuous delivery tools
Applying a Services First approach to building applications
Using event- or messaging-based architectures
Delivering multi-tenant applications
Technologies we use:
Amazon: AWS SDK, with emphasis on deploying solutions in Elastic Beanstalk, ElastiCache, S3, and AWS cloud-native architectures
Devops Tools: NewRelic, Sumo, Jenkins, PagerDuty
Assists with the development of frameworks, standards, policies, principles and procedures that guide technology decisions and maximize reuse of technology
Facilitates technical design reviews, ensuring adherence to architectural standards, and consistency across organizational and design boundaries
Develops the logical and technical architecture for project and platform initiatives, and collaborates with project teams to realize them
Identifies necessary non-functional requirements (performance, security, operational concerns) and participates in the development of conceptual architecture
Evaluates technology, security, performance, availability, and interoperability requirements and produces high level design deliverables that enable development teams to produce products that are flexible, scalable, and secure
Recommends options for the resolution/prevention of technical debt and to facilitate rapid development and implementation
Develops and executes test plans to check infrastructure and systems technical development, and where possible, makes recommendations for improvement
Contributes performance, security, and operational items to backlog of development team.
Provides technical guidance and oversight, acts as a point of escalation and serves as a technical expert on projects
Documents and communicates technical architectures, relevant technologies, practices, platforms, and products to delivery team and other stakeholders
Mentors Engineering team members on business knowledge, technology, and career guidance
Assists in the identification, analysis, and resolution of technology infrastructure problems
Evaluates emerging technologies and the evolution of current technologies to define a future vision roadmap for optimal applications of technology to meet business needs
Recommends improvements to processes and technology that improve the effectiveness of the team
Conducts Proof of Concept for feasibility studies
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science degree or related field or equivalent combination of industry related professional experience and education
10 years of working experience as a practicing architect
Working experience in technology delivery, especially in AWS and internet environments
Working experience with relevant operating system environments
Working experience as a Technical Architect
Working experience as a Technical Lead on large-scale software implementations with design and hands-on development using open-source based frameworks
Working experience in multi-tier enterprise architecture environments
Working experience with relevant database technologies
What We Look For:
Master's degree / PHD in related field
Public speaking experience
Industry involvement (e.g. speaker at conference)
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