Correction Officer Head Job Description Sample
Correction Lieutent - 20026572
Guided by the agency's mission "To reduce recidivism among those we touch," the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction is looking for a dedicated security-minded professional to assume the responsibilities of a Correction Lieutenant.
This is an internal posting. Only ODRC employees and OMHAS DRC Recovery Service employees will be considered.
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This position works under general direction and assists the Correction Captain in direction of security operations on assigned shift.
Supervises correction officers (CO's) and correction sergeants/counselors assigned to one or more posts/areas or special duty (e.g. tool control, armory, count office, mail room, transportation, visitation)
Instructs and evaluates CO's
Assigns staff to posts
Gives post orders
Assigns staff to unit management posts and outside civilian hospitals
Ensures CO's and correction sergeants/counselors are alert, attentive and properly placed at their respective posts by inspecting each post
Conducts surveillance security of institution and property
Prevents escapes, apprehends escapes, and/or prevents incidents which threaten the security and safety of the facility/inmates/staff or general public which includes when necessary using physical force, unarmed self-defense, firearms and/or other force to detain or secure inmates
Makes constant rounds to inspect cells, shops, recreation areas, and dining rooms for cleanliness, compliance with safety regulations, possible contraband and general security
Monitors and directs custody operations during movement of inmates to meals, infirmary, schools, worksites, and other locations
Arbitrates inmates' disputes and investigates complaints of abuse by Correction Officers', Correction Sergeant/Counselors and/or inmates and refers to investigator if cannot be resolved
Participates in team approach to unit planning, operation and problem solving; responds to emergencies and security alerts
Seeks resolution and takes corrective action
Gathers information and writes reports covering accidents, fires, and employee and inmate's disciplinary actions
Completes employee and inmate performance evaluations
Schedules work assignments, inmate moves, meals, educational and recreational activities
Serves on rules infraction board or other committees as required
Ensures safety and security of equipment and supplies (e.g., radios, vehicles, restraint devices)
Makes periodic rounds which involve climbing stairs/ladders, walking, running, crawling, bending, stooping or lifting to ensure orderly movement of inmates
High school diploma or G.E.D.; 2 yrs. trg. or 2 yrs. exp. in enforcement of security measures for detention of felons or consumers who are criminally insane in controlled environment; 6 mos. trg. or 6 mos. exp. in supervisory principles/techniques or providing work direction & training to other employees. if assigned to operate vehicles regulated by Section 4506.01 of revised code, applicants must also have commercial driver's license.
Or high school diploma or G.E.D.; 12 mos. exp. as Correction Sergeant/ Counselor, 46532. If assigned to operate vehicles regulated by Section 4506.01 of revised code, applicants must also have commercial driver's license.
Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.
Correction Warden Assistant 1 - 20028303
Guided by the agency's mission "To reduce recidivism among those we touch," the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction is looking for a dedicated security-minded correction professional to assume the responsibilities of a Correction Warden Assistant 1 (Investigator).
This is a reposting... If you applied previously, you must apply again to be considered.
NEW SELECTION PROCESS FOR THIS POSTING
For more information, refer to the policy variance under 34-PRO-04 on the DRC intranet. If you do not have access to the policy, please contact the Hiring Analyst listed on this posting. For applicants meeting the minimum qualifications, applications will be reviewed for maximum qualifications, which may include but not limited to, items listed in the Job Duties section. Responses to the supplemental questions will be used to screen for minimum qualifications in the initial screening process. Failure to respond correctly shall exclude you from consideration. When detailing job duties on the application, do not copy and paste from the DAS Classification Specification.
Updates/changes to your application submission can be made while the posting is open by logging into your profile and editing the application. After the posting closes, no changes can be made.
This position works under general supervision & requires considerable knowledge of criminal justice and Ohio's adult rehabilitation & correction system.
Acts for the Warden for assigned operations
Works in conjunction with and at the direction of the Chief Inspector's Office
Serves as the liaison between the Warden and the Ohio Highway Patrol, prosecutors office and other law enforcement agencies in all investigative matters of inmates and/or staff
Conducts investigations dealing with drugs, contraband, employee/inmate relationships and violations of laws, rules and/or policies by visitors and/or staff
Monitors the inmate phone system
Serves as the administrative liaison between the warden, resident population and staff in matters of litigation against the institution and staff
Attends training as directed and effectively utilizes technology
Researches and responds to inquiries and complaints from the general public and outside agencies
Prepares reports, position papers, legal documents and/or correspondence
Represents the Warden for orientation of new staff and inmates
Trains staff on investigative techniques
Serves on institutional committees and acts as the duty officer as assigned
Completion of undergraduate major core program in criminal justice or related field.
Or 2 yrs. exp. in Ohio's adult rehabilitation & correction system; 1 course or 3 mos. exp. in English grammar & composition or business communication.
Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.
Correctional Officer - House Of Correction
- House of Correction
Department:House of Correction
Location:House of Correction
$18.53 - $21.28 per hour
Under general supervision, to perform a variety of correctional duties; to safeguard and supervise inmates; to maintain discipline and enforcement rules and regulations in the County criminal justice or adult and youth correctional facilities; to have custody of county charges and prisoners during examinations, hearings, hospital watches, trials or during conveyance to State or County institutions; to observe, monitor and evaluate inmate behavior; to supervise inmate visiting, programs and recreations; to conduct electronic and physical searches of prisoners, visitors and buildings; to enter and retrieve reports, records and other information using a computer terminal; to orient, classify and interact with inmates; to control, direct and instruct inmates individually and/or in large groups; to restrain combative inmates; to accept inmates into custody and to release inmates from custody to proper authority; to maintain records, testify in court and any such duties as may be assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Skill in reading and comprehending written material; oral and written communications skills; ability to gain the respect and control the behavior of offenders; ability to take prompt and decisive action in emergency situations; ability to restrain combative inmates; ability to maintain a positive attitude and emotional control; ability to work with computers; ability to follow work procedures and rules; ability to work effectively and harmoniously with others.
Must have the ability to walk, stand, sit, kneel, push, stoop, crawl, twist, reach above the shoulder, grasp, pull, bend repeatedly, climb stairs and ladders, identify colors and lift and carry 50lbs.
Ability to perform physical tasks (such as restrain combative inmates who weigh 250lbs or more; apply/remove mechanic/soft restraints, e.g., handcuffs, R.I.P.P. bed, assist physically or mentally ill or incapacitated inmates; endure exposure to extreme indoor or outdoor temperatures, e.g. when supervising activity, transporting inmates or guarding facility parameters, may be exposure to OC or pepper spray.
NOTE: CANDIDATES SHOULD EXPECT TO BE ASSIGNED TO ALL SHIFTS, HOLIDAYS AND WEEKENDS.
REQUIRED AND/OR MANDATORY OVERTIME DOES OCCUR. CANDIDATES MUST SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE APPROPRIATE TRAINING PROGRAM. APPOINTMENT IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING PROBATIONARY PERIOD:
CORRECTION OFFICER I (SHERIFF) AND JUVENILE CORRECTION OFFICER, 2,080 HOURS. PROBATION PERIOD IS BASED ON STRAIGHT TIME PAID.
SOME POSITIONS MAY REQUIRE QUALIFYING WITH A SERVICE WEAPON ON A REGULAR BASIS. POSITIONS REQUIRE SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING COURSES, WHICH MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
JAILOR CERTIFICATION, AND DIRECT SUPERVISION PRINCIPLES. APPLICANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT TO A THOROUGH BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION. APPLICANTS WILL ALSO BE REQUIRED TO PASS A PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TESTING AND MEDICAL EXAMINATION AFTER PRELIMINARY OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
This Original Examination is open to qualified residents of the United States. Wisconsin State residency is required within six (6) months of appointment. This position is open on a continuous basis until a sufficient pool of applicants' has been established and will close without prior notification.
The selection process will be job related and will consist of one or more of the following: education and experience evaluation; written, oral, or performance tests, or other assessment methods.
Posting Close Date: Continuous Recruitment
Education & Experience
1.Certification by the Law Enforcement Standards Board must be acquired during the probationary period and maintained during incumbency.
2.Minimum age of 18.
3.This application is open to qualified residents of the United States. Wisconsin State residency MUST be established within six (6) months of appointment.
4.Graduation from high school, high school equivalency diploma or GED required.
5.Valid driver's license at time of application and maintained during incumbency. A valid Wisconsin driver's license must be obtained at time of appointment and maintained during incumbency. Driving record will be reviewed at time of appointment.
6.Applicants shall be of good moral character determined from results of fingerprinting and background investigation. Felons, unless pardoned, will be rejected.
7.College level course work in law enforcement, criminal justice, psychology, sociology, education or social work preferred.
PG14Z1 Org:4300 RV
Milwaukee County offers competitive benefit package including group life, health and dental insurance; including major medical coverage of employees and dependents; deferred compensation and noncontributory pension plan, pre-tax childcare and dependent care program. Additionally, the federal government offers a loan forgiveness program for employees that serve in the public sector.
Milwaukee County is an Equal Opportunity/E-verify employer committed to diversity and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability genetic information or protected veteran status. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing, background checks and pre-employment physicals subject to job requirements.
Food Service Worker - Correction
Under supervision, to perform a full range of food service duties, and the ability to effectively interact with inmates and other Food Service staff performing food service duties in the Department of Correction Food Service Unit.
Please Note: The written examination for this recruitment will be held on Saturday, March 2, 2018 at 8:00 am.
Prepares, packages, and portions meals; delivers, distributes, serves, and stores food on an assigned shift or functional area(s);
Prepares menu items and ingredients for inmates and staff meals, special diets, and catering, as required;
Performs routine cleaning, including break down of preparation and service areas, tray service ware and cart washing, equipment cleaning, floor and drain maintenance, and other cleaning duties;
Performs storage, distribution and inventory functions, such as; loading, unloading, moving, organizing, rotating and storing food items, meals, food supplies, and meal carts;
May drive a truck to deliver food and food related supplies to outlying buildings or other facilities;
Provide excellent customer service;
Maintain safety and security as required by departmental policy;
May be assigned as a Disaster Service Worker, as required;
Performs other related duties as required.
Any combination of education, training and experience that demonstrate the ability to perform the above typical tasks and the knowledge and abilities listed below.
Training and Experience Note: The required knowledge and abilities to perform this function are acquired through one (1) year of food service experience.
Preparing food in large quantity is desirable.
Possession of a current nationally recognized food handler certification can be substituted for 6 months of the required experience.
May require the possession of a valid California Driver's License prior to appointment and the ability to qualify for and maintain a County driver authorization.
Current food preparation and serving practices;
Safe food handling techniques;
Proper and safe use of kitchen equipment;
Kitchen cleaning and sanitation methods;
Fundamental arithmetic including fractions.
Assist in food preparation, service and kitchen procedures specific to the operation;
Maintain and keep secure small and large scale food service tools and equipment in a safe and efficient manner;
Maintain and keep secure cleaning equipment and agents in a safe and efficient manner;
Ensure that immediate and surrounding work areas are safe, and free of actual or potential hazards;
Communicate effectively both orally and in written English;
Read, understand, interpret, follow and apply written and oral directions, and follow instructions in English;
Give clear instructions and guide inmate workers in the performance of food service duties;
Assist in providing job task orientation to co-workers as necessary;
Demonstrate manual dexterity, and complete work in a timely and efficient manner;
Be organized and employ cost effective practices;
Work effectively and independently;
Remain calm and perform work in demanding situations;
Establish and maintain effective working relationships within a diverse population;
Exercise discretion and good judgement in the performance of duties;
Provide excellent customer service;
Promote teamwork and good will.
Perform a variety of manual tasks, which require an ability to squat, climb, bend, twist, grasp, push/pull, reach overhead, perform frequent and/or repetitive motions, stand, and walk for long periods, work at an expeditious pace, function in various temperature conditions, and lift and carry object up to 50 pounds.
Food Service Officer, Correction - Boise
The Mission of the Idaho Department of Correction is to protect the public, our staff and those within our custody and supervision through safety, accountability, partnerships and providing opportunities for offender change
Food Service Officers monitor, instruct, and supervise offenders in food preparation, service, safety, and sanitation processes at State Correctional facilities.
This announcement will be used to fill a current vacancy at Idaho State Correctional Institution. It may also be used to fill future full time, part time or temporary vacancies in Boise or surrounding areas that occur within the next six (6) months at any other South Boise facilities. Open Competitive, Department Promotional or Statewide Promotional hiring lists may be created from this announcement to fill this and future vacancies. If you are a new applicant or wish to promote to the Food Service Officer position, you must apply under this announcement. This classification requires Peace Officer Standards and Training Certification (POST) after hire. Click on "Preview Exam" below to view minimum qualifications for POST certification.
Medical, Dental, Vision and Life and Disability insurance benefits with premiums at competitive rates
Paid vacation and sick leave
10 paid holidays
Optional 401K and Deferred Compensation plans
Employee Assistance Program
Example of Duties
Oversee the production of quality and cost-effective meals and ensure they are prepared and served in a clean and secure environment
Train inmates in food preparation, kitchen sanitation and safety, and the use of related equipment
Oversee food preparation using identified ingredients
Ensure designated policies and procedures and department menus are followed
Direct cooks and bakers regarding quantities and preparation methods
Monitor inventory and order food, utensils, cleaning supplies and related items
Ensure equipment is cleaned and maintained properly
Inspect shipments for damaged products
May interview, hire, evaluate the performance and make retention recommendations of inmates working at the facility
No hearing, sight or physical limitations that would prevent the performance of duties.
Meet POST Physical Agility Requirements to include:
Run/Jog/Walk 880 Yards in 8 minutes or less
Lift 50 pound object and carry it 20 feet
Stoop down repeatedly to unlock a lockbox with a key
Head first on your back under a 24" barrier
Climb a ladder go through a hatch and go back down
Experience preparing and serving food in a restaurant or food service operation
Meet the entrance requirements established by the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Academy for Correctional Officers.
Off felony or misdemeanor probation for at least the last 12 months
Eligible to own/possess or receive a firearm under the provisions of state or federal law
Age 21 or older
Some knowledge of supervision
Experience in the use and care of cooking utensils and equipment
Experience using a computer for creating documents and collecting and inputting data
AND WILLINGNESS TO:
Participate in training to learn and develop techniques and skills required of a food service officer
Work in the high-stress and hostile environment of a correctional institution
Deal with inmate harassment, threats, and verbal abuse
Deal with violence, break up fights, and assist in controlling disturbances
Conduct a thorough body search of inmates, visitors, or other suspects for contraband and weapons
Work alone and unarmed to guard and supervise the activities of unrestrained adult inmates when necessary
Perform routine searches of kitchen areas for contraband
Take instruction and follow Idaho Department of Correction (IDOC) policies, procedures and rules
Participate in investigations, write inmate incident reports, and give testimony in court
Work any shift including day, swing, and graveyard
Work weekends, holidays, and overtime
Set aside any personal prejudices and be fair in dealing with inmates Refrain from the use and possession of any tobacco products during working hours and while on Department of Correction property
Some knowledge of sanitation and safety practices used in food handling and preparation
Experience documenting plate and meal counts, monitoring food temperatures, processing and recording inventory, and creating reports
Experience distributing equipment and/or supplies in a food service operation
Ability to speak Spanish and English fluently
To be hired, candidates will have a history and background supportive of Department mission goals and hiring will be subject to:
Completing a Background Investigation Questionnaire and Passing a pre-employment drug test
Completing a federal and state criminal background check (including fingerprints)
Having a history of law-abiding behavior
Felonies, misdemeanors, illegal drug usage, DUIs, adverse driving convictions and employment history may make you ineligible for employment
Non-hiring restrictions are in place for candidates who:
Have been convicted of Domestic Violence or similar types of violent behaviors
Have a dishonorable discharge from military service
Currently are using, dealing or are associated with illegal drugs
Have close friends or relatives under IDOC care & custody where the vacancy exists
Are currently under IDOC supervision or probation (must be released from IDOC supervision or probation for at least one
Loss Prevention Officer - The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa
At Westin, we are committed to empowering the well-being of our guests by providing a refreshing environment, thoughtful amenities, and revitalizing programming to help ensure that they leave feeling better than when they arrived. We recognize that travel can be disruptive to our guests' well-being, and we're energized to assist as partners in helping them maintain control and soaring above it all while on the road. Everything we do is designed to help guests be at their best, and they appreciate our supportive attitude, anticipatory service and extensive knowledge on how to best assist them throughout their stay. We are looking for dynamic people who are excited to join the team and ready to jump into any situation to give a helping hand. If you're someone who has is positive, adaptable and intuitive, and has a genuine interest in the well-being of others around you, we invite you to discover how at Westin, together we can rise.
Welcome to our family
We welcome you to be a member of our global, diverse Marriott family. Whether traveling across the city or around the globe we realize the importance of making each guest feel as welcome and secure as possible. Your protective nature and attention to details will play an important role in our success. Here, your work is appreciated as much as your individuality and you will be supported in all of your efforts.
The impact you'll make
Your watchful eye and protective instinct goes far beyond basic. Because of you, our guests can come and go freely without worry. Your dedication to safety provides the guest the same sense of security as they feel in their own home.
What you'll do
Patrol all areas of the property and assist guests with room access
Monitor security feeds and conduct daily physical hazard inspections
Respond to accidents and assist guests/employees during emergency situations
Defuse guest disturbances and escort individuals from the property if necessary
Conduct investigations, gather evidence, and facilitate interviews with relevant parties
Complete required shift reports and maintain confidentiality of all loss prevention documents
Perks you deserve
We'll support you in and out of the workplace by offering:
Learning and development opportunities
Discounts on hotel rooms, gift shop items, food and beverage
What we're looking for
Strong communication skills
A history of thriving in stressful situations
A team-first attitude
A gift for paying attention to the smallest details
Exercise good judgment and maintain a professional demeanor
This role requires compliance with quality assurance expectations and standards. You may be required to stand, sit, or walk for an extended period of time. Move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 50 pounds without assistance and assist with moving objects weighing in excess of 75 pounds. Enter and locate work-related information using computers and/or point of sale systems. Perform other reasonable job duties as requested by Supervisors.
You're welcomed here
Our highest priority is making you feel as welcome as our guests. We want you to feel comfortable being yourself and to know you're important to us. You'll make an impact in your role, and for that, you'll be appreciated and valued.
Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. Marriott International does not discriminate on the basis of disability, veteran status or any other basis protected under federal, state or local laws.
Post Closing Correction Specialist I
GENERAL FUNCTION: The Post Closing Correction Specialist I is responsible for the determination of requirements, review and completion of all due diligence associated with the Post Closing of residential mortgage loans and subsequent documentfollow-upto present a completed loan file as perfected and ready for sale on the Secondary Market. The position is a key focal point of communication, proactively interacting with internal and external customers and 3rd party vendors.
This position is responsible and accountable for risk by openly exchanging ideas and opinions, elevating concerns, and personally following policies and procedures as defined. The Specialist I is accountable for always doing the right thing forcustomersand colleagues, ensuring that actions and behaviors drive a positive customer experience. While operating within the Bank's risk appetite, the specialist achieves results by consistently identifying, assessing, managing, monitoring, andreporting risksof all types.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Analyze defects identified in the closing package, determine if there are any related or additional issues, and remediate according to documented procedures, utilizing internal and external resources.
Accurately annotate all findings and actions taken to perfect in the Mortgage Loan Origination System.
Retrieve needed final documents from various settlement agents, lenders, and county clerk offices to be delivered to Investors.
Validate and audit final documents according to state, county and investor guidelines as well as the mortgage loan origination and servicing systems.
Collaborate with state and county agencies to determine requirements and confirm documents are recorded properly to ensure Fifth Third Mortgage Company lien standing.
Ensure FHA, VA, and Rural Housing mortgage loans are in compliance with investor and /or agency guidelines, including determining AUS findings, underwriting transmittal, credit and collateral are documented accurately throughout the file andassociatedsystems.
Utilize strong communication skills to deliver an accurate and timely resolution on each file by effectively communicating with internal and external customers and other 3rd parties, ensuring all conditions and regulatory requirements are met.
Record, monitor and report deficiencies and required remedies, including steps taken to resolve the issue.
Ensure deficiencies are accurately resolved and documentation is received within established deadlines.
Image and deliver retrieved or corrected documents to appropriate departments while utilizing internal tracking software.
Demonstrate and appropriately apply a thorough, working knowledge of diverse residential mortgage loan documentation, legal requirements, Fifth Third Mortgage Company loan policies and procedures, secondary market investors requirements,regulatoryagency information, and government insuring agency (FHA, VA, Rural Housing) requirements.
Validate, communicate and remediate salability issues on closed loans, so that they can be sold on the Secondary Market.
Update task in servicing system (e.g., Mortgage Serve) for the resolution of various closing discrepancies.
Discern system issues and timely report issues found to management for proper escalation.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None.
MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
High School diploma or equivalent.
Minimum 1 year of prior experience in the closing, post closing, processing, or real estate documentation area of a title company or financial institution preferred.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to proactively resolve problems.
Time management, attention to detail and ability to work in a fast-paced, process-centered environment.
Must be well organized and be able to plan for and meet production deadlines.
Proficient Microsoft Office suite skills preferred.
Division Head For Student Success, Safety And Wellness
DIVISION HEAD for STUDENT SUCCESS, SAFETY & WELLNESS Prospect High School seeks individuals with a strong academic background and the desire to help all students maximize learning and promote personal development in a cooperative, supportive, and respectful environment. Viable candidates must be willing to work collaboratively in job-a-like groups and be willing to support Prospect's co-curricular program.
The Division Head for Student Success, Safety & Wellness is responsible for student attendance and handling student discipline concerns in a proactive and preventative manner. This administrator works closely with Student Services staff, the Police Counselor and security personnel to maintain a positive campus environment.
Additionally, the division head is responsible for the conduct, evaluation, and improvement of instruction as well as the development, review, and updating of curriculum within the following instructional areas: Health. The Division Head provides educational guidance, support, and leadership to the staff to ensure the district's educational goals and objectives are being met.
Student Success and Safety:
Develops and implements the attendance accounting program.
Reviews attendance reports to identify absenteeism problems and truancies. Counsels with students, teachers, other administrators, and parents to identify, clarify, and understand attendance problems and assists with determining satisfactory solutions.
Works with Police Counselor in situations requiring the mutual attention of the school and law enforcement officials.
Observes, supervises, and evaluates student behavior in non-classroom areas of the high school, e.g., hallways, cafeteria. Encourages proper climate regarding student behavior.
Serves as a referral source for disciplinary problems. Evaluates the nature of the problem and initiates corrective actions or refers the problem to the appropriate authority.
Supervises the campus.
Assists with supervision of evening and weekend school-related events.
Works closely with Associate Principal to provide support services for students with discipline problems.
Maintains, reviews and makes recommendations regarding student discipline program.
Supervises and evaluates attendance office and security staff.
Conducts reentry meetings with student, parent(s), and Early Intervention Team as necessary.
Evaluates staff performance and encourages professional growth and self-improvement.
Develops and maintains information on strategies for instructional improvement.
Monitors student outcomes in division classes to ensure that district educational goals and objectives are being met.
Facilitates continual review and evaluation of curriculum.
Keeps up-to-date on research and development in the academic areas supervised to provide leadership for instructional improvement.
Makes observations for the purpose of assisting teachers.
Provides input from the division to building staffing, scheduling, and curriculum decisions.
Serves as first referral from teachers on student disciplinary problems.
Helps teachers identify and gain access to human and material resources.
Supports and directs the work of the resource teacher.
Performs other tasks assigned by the Associate Principal(s).
Presently hold a State of Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL) with a General Administrative Endorsement.
Candidate must demonstrate:
- an understanding of Positive Behavior Intervention Systems as it relates to Response to Intervention;
- an understanding of the attendance and behavior procedures and rules as addressed in the Illinois State School Code;
- desire to team with and lead student services personnel;
- superior communication skills.
LENGTH OF CONTRACT: 195 day assignment
SALARY: Administrative Salary Range: $113,156 - $135,787 to be adjusted for 2019-2020; Plus Benefit Package
EFFECTIVE DATE OF APPOINTMENT: July 1, 2019
In addition to completing an online application, all candidates are required to provide all five of the following separate items electronically:
A single page cover letter indicating interest in the position;
A resume listing personal data, education, teaching, and administrative experience;
Print out of IL State Board of Education ELIS Credentials screen(s);
Transcript(s) [EXTERNAL CANDIDATES ONLY]; and
Three current letters of recommendation.
Click on the RED "APPLY" button above to begin an online application.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Must be submitted no later than Friday, February 1, 2019
"An equal employment and equal education opportunity agency."
Head Of Legal
Provide day-to-day legal support and legal advice to internal business partners on relevant business and legal matters
Advise management with respect to the legal implications of all major decisions, strategies and transactions of the company
Represent the company with respect to asserted claims or legal proceedings
Develop, implement, and improve corporate governance and compliance policies and procedures to ensure compliance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations
Manage potential outside counsel and serves as key legal advisor on any litigation and major business transactions
Advise on employment matters
Keep informed of industry-specific regulations and ensuring that appropriate risk management strategies are in place
Anticipate and mitigate potential legal problems within the organization and develop strategies to avoid costly litigation and reduce potential areas of risk
Familiarity with securities law greatly preferred
Juris doctorate from an accredited top tier law school
Member of the Washington Bar Association
Minimum of 5 years’ experience in regulatory and internal general counsel operations, ideally with Fintech and / or Financial Payments
Experience in structuring, negotiating, reviewing and drafting a variety of contracts in a broad range of areas, including, without limitation, information technology, e-commerce, data privacy and security and other business related transactional areas
Must possess the highest level of professionalism, work ethic and integrity with the ability to maintain confidential information
Must possess excellent analytical, writing and oral communication skills
Must live in the Greater Seattle Area or be fully able to relocate
Startup experience a plus
Maintains a high quality of services offered to guests through management of the daily functional areas of the Housekeeping department. Departmental efforts should maintain established operational standards.
Interviews, selects & train associates.
Previous Housekeeping Supervisory experience 1 year.
Motivates staff through positive reinforcement, and leading by example.
Attends required meetings and training.
Conducts departmental and other required meetings for which s/he is responsible
Ensures that established back-up/emergency procedures (reports, equipment, etc.) are in place
Ensures that all departmental policies and procedures are Correct.
Ensures a professional image (physical appearance, demeanor, and verbiage used) is portrayed at all times by associates under his/her supervision.
Responds quickly to guest requests in a friendly manner and follows up to ensure guest satisfaction.
Inspects guest rooms, and corridors ad public areas for cleanliness and appearance.
Monitors cleanliness and neatness of departments for which s/he is responsible.
Monitors inventory of supplies, placing orders in a timely manner.
Make periodic walk through of all public spaces and correct or report any deficiencies.
Communicates with other departments, therefore promoting a seamless operation.
Ensures that all equipment is maintained properly. Routinely inspects equipment
Reports all suspicious persons, activities or hazardous conditions to the appropriate department.
Responds to guest questions. Provides guest assistance, directions, and information as requested.
Ensures proper communication within department by use of meetings, notice boards, log books, memos, etc
Administers disciplinary action, following company guidelines
Administers performance appraisals
Prepares weekly schedule and monitors payroll to ensure adherence to established budgetary guidelines. Ensures proper staffing to service business demands. Provides coverage as needed
Reviews departmental checklists, conducting random audits to ensure that tasks are completed as required
Monitor departmental expenses, including Labor, keeping costs at or below budgeted guidelines
Monitors associate time record, correcting any errors found. Focus and Maintain MPR on daily biases,made and file all related documents in the appropriate secured location
Completes incident reports, taking appropriate action. Notifies appropriate parties
Performs role of Manager on Duty as needed
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