Director Commission For The Blind Job Description Sample
Central Wasatch Commission Executive Director
Overview The purpose of this job announcement is to publicize this position for the Cental Wasatch Commission. As a result, applications submitted through this system will not be reviewed or receive additional consideration. To apply, you must complete an application at http://www.parkcity.org. This position will be located in Cottonwood Heights, UT. The Executive Director shall act as the principal administrative officer of the Central Wasatch Commission as directed by the Governing Board. The Governing Board of the Commission is made up of the mayors of Salt Lake County, Salt Lake City, Sandy City, Cottonwood Heights; an at-large Councilmember from Salt Lake County; and representatives from the Wasatch Back and Utah Department of Transportation. Additional Governing Board members may be added in the future. The Governing Board is advised by a Stakeholders Council, made up of 28-35 people from the drawn from the Mountain Accord signatories, as well as other key stakeholders in the community. This position requires working non-conventional hours as needed during peak golf season. Responsibilities
The duties and responsibilities may be amended from time to time by the Governing Board.
Act as principal administrative officer of the CWC and coordinate and direct all staff and consultant services as needed for daily operations of the CWC and as may be directed by the Governing Board;
Recommend to the Governing Board all staff appointments, consultant acquisition, staff advancements, and other employment policies, and act as supervisor of all staff and consultants work that is conducted by the Commission staff;
Act as the Commission’s budget officer, and coordinate with finance staff to prepare, file, and administer an annual approved budget;
Prepare and implement a strategic plan to accomplish a comprehensive and interdependent package of actions including land exchanges, land designations, transportation improvements, environmental monitoring, and other actions, as described in the remaining sections. These goals include development of the Environmental Dashboard and passage of the Central Wasatch National Conservation and Recreation Area Act.
Develop a public outreach plan and public engagement efforts as directed by the Commission.
Maintain the permanent records of the CWC in compliance with the Utah Government Records Access and Management Act;
Make recommendations to the CWC regarding accomplishing the purposes as defined in the Mountain Accord;
Prepare agendas and notices for the meetings of the Governing Board, the Stakeholder Committee, and other committees as assigned and keep minutes and or recordings as required by the Utah Open and Public Meetings Act;
Prepare applications for funding needed to accomplish the purposes of the Commission;
Coordinate with finance staff to ensure receipt of all monies due or payable to the CWC and deposit such monies in such depositories as shall be selected by the Governing Board;
Coordinate with finance staff to maintain, under the supervision of the Governing Board, such funds and accounts as may be required by governmental accounting practices and the State’s fiscal procedures act;
Coordinate with finance staff to ensure distribution of monies payable and co-sign payments together with the Treasurer (two signatures required);
Coordinate with finance staff to present a financial statement of receipts and expenditures on a quarterly basis to the Governing Board or at the request of the Governing Board;
In coordination with fiancé staff, and under the supervision of the Governing Board, a certified annual review or audit of the financial accounts and records of the CWC as required by law;
Prepare reports for the CWC, its Stakeholder Council, and others of highlights, accomplishments, major reviews and other important matters of the CWC;
Conduct Stakeholder Council and staff meetings;
Communicate CWC activities, objectives, and efforts to CWC Member agency staff, the Stakeholder Council, and key audiences;
Set up office space; and
Perform all other duties assigned by the Governing Board. Qualifications + + Education and Prior Work Experience: Recommended minimum requirements are as follows:
Bachelor’s degree in a field related to the work of the CWC such as: business management, finance, public administration, public policy, planning, or resource management, environmental sciences, or engineering.
Ten years of related work experience, five of which are in a management/supervisory role. Candidate must have strong managerial experience with some component of that experience related to public administration and policy issues.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Must have advanced management skills, and knowledge of and ability to manage organizational and inter-agency dynamics.
Must have strong budgeting and financial management skills.
Ability to use a personal computer and word processing, spreadsheet, presentations, e-mail, and appointment scheduling software.
Candidate should have experience and expertise in the fields associated with the CWC region and its issues.
- Communication and Intergovernmental
Must be able to actively lead and participate in group meetings and discussions. Must be able to make presentations before groups, governmental bodies at all levels, and the news media on the Commission’s behalf. Expected to comprehend memos, letters, and correspondence and share information in one-on-one situations. Must be able to construct detailed memos, letters and correspondence, and reports.
Problem Solving: Apply common sense, analyze data, and interpret results yielding varying outcomes. Such work might include developing and communicating strategies for Central Wasatch development and all related issues in dealing with leaders of government and regulatory agencies, the Governing Board, employees, news media, the state legislature, the development community, the environmental community, recreation groups, and the general public.
Cooperative Interaction: Provides frequent direct service to the Governing Board, Stakeholder Council, agency staff, and city and county council members. Provides occasional service to federal, state, and local government agencies; business owners, recreation groups, conservation advocates, property owners, and the general public; and contractors, consultants, which may include outside legal counsel, and legislative lobbyists.
Working Environment:The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Noise level: Moderate office noise, occasional loud noise on work sites.
The Executive Director will be expected to travel and participate in a significant number of meetings throughout the region.
Supervision and Coordination Required: + + Direct Reports: The Executive Director will be responsible for supervising employees hired by the Commission, and possibly occasional interns. Need help finding the right job? We can recommend jobs specifically for you! Requisition ID 2018-3353 Department MAYOR Minimum Salary USD $85,000.00/Yr. Maximum Salary USD $130,000.00/Yr. Post End Date 2/19/2018 Location US-UT-Salt Lake City
Deaf Blind Multiple Disabilities Intervener Services III
Disability Services of the Southwest (DSSW) is seeking a DBMD Intervener Services III (this is a Part-Time position) to help support our growing Ft. Worth, Texas branch office!
We work hard to make sure our clients are receiving the highest quality of care and we strive to be the bridge that empowers their independence!
Working Hours for this DBMD Intervener Services III; will be the following:
Saturday and Sunday: 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Zip Code: 76123
Our employees are the key to accomplishing this mission! When you join DSSW, you join a team of compassionate and dedicated staff who know that they are making a difference in the lives of the clients we serve.
Founded in 1993, Disability Services of the Southwest (DSSW) is one of the largest providers of support services to people with disabilities and the elderly in the State of Texas.
Our services include personal attendant services, nursing and therapies, as well as assistance in home modification, adaptive aids, job coaching and supported employment.
DBMD Intervener Services III: are responsible for making sights, sounds, and activities accessible to the client. Learns the specific communication system of the client. This system is an individualized combination of expressive and receptive communication forms that may include: sign language, speech, tangible symbols, gestures, non-verbal cues, actions, and behaviors. Serves as a facilitator to involve the person who is deaf-blind with multiple disabilities in community services and activities.
One to one contact with clients to provide communication and information from the environment. This information would otherwise be available through vision and hearing.
Forming a relationship with the client that includes recognizing, understanding, and honoring communication attempts of the client.
Periodic development and preparation of activities for the client.
Forming a working alliance with the family, neighbors, employers, and professionals with whom the client has contact.
Writing a plan for intervention with the family and project staff and working from that written plan.
Transporting clients to gain access to community services and resources required by plan of care.
Instructing and supporting in all skills related to community access; and Interpersonal communication including use of sign language, speech, tangible communication symbols, gestures, calendars, and augmentative communication devices.
Complies with the Policies and Procedures of the Agency.
All other duties, as assigned.
Experience and Education:
Is at least 18 years of age.
Is not the spouse of the individual to whom the intervener is assigned.
Must have an associate/bachelor’s degree and has core studies in deaf /blindness.
Needs minimum of one year of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities.
Has the ability to proficiently communicate in the functional language of the individual to whom the intervener is assigned.
A valid driver’s license and current auto liability coverage.
Apply online to become a part of our compassionate and dedicated team www.dsswtx.org or submit your resume directly to email@example.com or if you have any questions about the position please send an email to Seannette McLean, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DSSW is licensed by the state to provide a wide range of services to persons with disabilities including Community Living Assistance and Support Services (CLASS), Consumer Directed Services (CDS), Deaf-Blind with Multiple Disabilties (DBMD), as well as private pay care for the elderly and people with disabilities.
DSSW's programs are designed to assist persons with disabilities in achieving the greatest degree of independence possible within their community. The evaluation process by a nurse and the interview process by a program director and your independent case manager assure that an individual's needs are identified so that they can be met by the services available in each program.
All programs are driven by consumer choice and a people first philosophy.
Blind (General) Application
If you do not see the exact position that you are interesed in, you may submitt a blind application here. Job Location #: D00 ID: 2013-1038 # of Openings: 99 External Company Name:
Huitt-Zollars, Inc. External Company URL: http://www.huitt-zollars.com/
Food Truck Attendant - Blind Pig Sun/Mon 7A-3P Thu 3-10:30P
Highgate is a premier real estate investment and hospitality management company widely recognized as an innovator in the industry. Highgate is the dominant player in U.S. gateway markets including New York, Boston, Miami, San Francisco and Honolulu. Highgate also has an expanding presence in key European markets through properties in London, Paris, Barcelona, Vienna and Prague. Highgate’s portfolio of global properties represents an aggregate asset value exceeding $10B and generates over $2B in cumulative revenues. The company provides expert guidance through all stages of the hospitality property cycle, from planning and development through recapitalization or disposition. Highgate also has the creativity and bandwidth to develop bespoke hotel brands and utilizes industry leading proprietary revenue management tools that identify and predict evolving market dynamics to drive out performance and maximize asset value. With an executive team consisting of some of the industry’s most experienced hotel management leaders, the company is a trusted partner for top ownership groups and major hotel brands. Highgate maintains corporate offices in London, New York, Dallas, and Seattle. The Gates is a new lifestyle hotel in Key West offering an intimate setting that invites guests to celebrate the island’s colorful history and creative spirit. Mixing contemporary design and retro Floridian flair, The Gates Hotel features guestrooms with modern amenities that uniquely combine upscale sophistication and polished service with the island’s casual laidback vibe. Part-Time The Outlet Server is responsible for providing the highest quality of service to guests in an attentive, courteous, and efficient manner. He/she is also responsible for receiving and delivering guests orders and collecting payment.
Be familiar with the organization of the Restaurant(s), lounges, and Room Service and know the function of each job position.
Have a thorough knowledge of menus and current specials in applicable outlets.
Service guests with all food and beverage requirements in an attentive, courteous, and efficient manner.
Pre-bus all tables removing soiled dishes after each course.
Be familiar with the operation of the P.O.S system.
Perform cashiering functions by closing checks and preparing end of shift paperwork.
Perform opening and closing procedures and side-work duties according to station rotation assignment and established checklist.
Ensure that tables and side stands are kept stocked, tidy and clean.
Keep all beverages at least ¾ full (coffee, tea, soda, water, and lemonade).
Consistently upsell food, beverage and promotional items to guests.
Receive and deliver food and beverage orders and collect payment.
Ensure overall guest satisfaction.
High School diploma or equivalent and/or experience in a hotel or a related field preferred.
Flexible and long hours sometimes required.
Medium work-Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 20 pounds of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.
Ability to stand during entire shift.
Must be able to maneuver throughout the dining area while carrying full trays of food & beverages.
Must be able to effectively communicate both verbally and written, with all level of employees and guests in an attentive, friendly, courteous and service oriented manner.
Must be effective at listening to, understanding, and clarifying concerns raised by employees and guests.
Approach all encounters with guests and employees in an attentive, friendly, courteous and service-oriented manner.
Maintain regular attendance in compliance with Highgate Hotel Standards, as required by scheduling, which will vary according to the needs of the hotel.
Maintain high standards of personal appearance and grooming, which includes wearing the proper uniform and nametag.
Comply with Highgate Hotel Standards and regulations to encourage safe and efficient hotel operations.
Maximize efforts towards productivity, identify problem areas and assist in implementing solutions.
Must be effective in handling problems, including anticipating, preventing, identifying and solving problems as necessary.
Perform other duties as requested by management.
Maintain a friendly and warm demeanor at all times. External Job Posting Title: Food Truck Attendant - Blind Pig Sun/Mon 7a-3p Thu 3-10:30p Job ID: 2017-4012 External Company Name: Highgate Hotels, L.P., a Delaware Limited Partnership External Company URL: www.highgate.com
Prevention Of Blind Specialist
Please read carefully and FOLLOW directions. P/T Prevention of Blind Specialist in Norristown, PA - HS Diploma - Valid PA driver's license & ability to be insured to drive agency vehicles. Ability to pass Act 33 & 34 clearances & certifications upon hire. Travel is REQUIRED. Must have knowledge of Montgomery County. Experience working with school age children, adults & senior citizens preferred. EOE. Apply online at www.keystoneblind.org.Candidates will not be considered without an application.
Production Tech III - Blind Products
Title: Production Tech III - Blind Products
Job Function: Manufacturing / Operations
Business Unit Group: Engineered Products and Solutions
Essential Functions: Responsible for the production of parts meeting print and specification requirements. Also responsible for the care and maintenance of equipment. Must function as a tooling readiness specialist when directed by the Manufacturing Supervisor. Train other operators, as required. Must show by example a commitment to continuous improvement.
Specific Responsibilities Include:
Production of parts meeting drawing and specification requirements.
Set-up and operation of equipment, as assigned.
Perform statistical process measurements / calculations. Complete forms / computer entries as required.
Order and maintain inventory levels of required tooling, gages and supplies.
Participate in assuring team tooling and material readiness. (Assemble tooling set-up kits, stage raw materials and perform external setup tasks, as required)
Participate in setting and achieving team and individual productivity and quality targets.
Participate with team in continuous improvement efforts.
Perform machine inspections including daily, weekly and monthly preventative maintenance tasks.
Perform shop floor housekeeping duties.
Prepare daily production reports and forms.
Train other operators as required.
Maintains full compliance with Company policies and procedures and conducts all activities in accordance with the Arconic Guide to Business Conduct.
Demonstrates a knowledge of and commitment to lean manufacturing principles and techniques.
Performs all work activities in accordance with safety and environmental standards.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Requisition Number: 21068BR
Minimum Years of Experience: 3
Associate's degree in Technical field.
Primary Location: TX-Waco
Minimum Education Required: High School or GED
Minimum Travel Required: None
Minimum of 3 years experience in complex mechanical operations. High School diploma or equivalent.
Business Unit: Arconic Fastening Systems and Rings
Job Type: Experienced
Hearing Officer - Utility / Regulatory - Philadelphia Gas Commission
Philadelphia Gas Commission Seeking candidates with Administrative Law Judge experience The Philadelphia Gas Commission has general responsibility (together with the City Administration and Philadelphia City Council) for overseeing the management and operation of the Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) by the Philadelphia Facilities Management Corporation (PFMC). PGW is a natural gas distribution operation owned by the City of Philadelphia. The PFMC is a non-profit corporation which operates PGW under contract with the City. The Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) is the largest municipally-owned gas utility in the nation, supplying gas service in the City of Philadelphia to over 500,000 customers. From its humble beginnings in 1836, PGW has grown into the large, modern facility that exists today. As one of the nation's leading natural gas providers, PGW prides itself on stability and continual growth. PGW is dedicated to becoming the Greenest Natural Gas Delivery Company in the region. The Hearing Examiner reviews and applies laws and regulations, conducts hearings, makes decisions and recommendations based on appropriate findings. The incumbent is expected to plan, organize and conduct examinations independently, including investigating facts, researching precedents, defining issues and options, and developing conclusions and recommendations. This position provides advanced technical support to the Executive Director in fulfilling the Gas Commission’s governance and oversight responsibilities, as well as certain administrative obligations.
Reviews, analyzes and thoroughly vets PGW budget and other filings; prepares informal and formal discovery, and lines of questioning for hearings; interacts with parties to expedite conduct of Commission’s due diligence reviews as appropriate.
Assists Executive Director on developing strategy, issue identification and development, disposing of motions or petitions, and briefing Gas Commissioners, as requested.
Prepares and suggests edits to others’ draft recommended decisions, motions, briefing materials, orders and resolutions, and similar materials; incorporates City Law Department input as needed.
Assists Executive Director to coach and mentor lower level personnel.
Monitors PGW compliance with reporting and disclosure directives, and takes appropriate follow-up action.
Review and analyzes relevant reports, studies, contracts, rules, regulations, laws.
Assists Executive Director to satisfy Right to Know Law; City Department of Records retention and disposal; PGW Pension Committee and other similar requirements.
Other similar duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
Juris Doctor Degree with 7-10 years’ experience, preferably in a utility, regulatory or municipal environment.
Excellent, prolific written and oral communications skills; ability to convey complex technical information in clear, concise and accessible language and form.
Exceptional organizational abilities and meticulous attention to detail.
Proven ability to work under pressure, coordinate multiple priorities and meet strict deadlines.
Very strong analytic (qualitative and quantitative) skills; knowledge of budgets, financial reporting and the utility industry.
Proficiency in MS Office Suite – MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Self-starter; demonstrates initiative and ability to work independently.
Commitment and ability to work well within a team approach, while taking leadership role in attaining the Gas Commission’s goals.
Proven ability to establish, implement and manage schedules and procedures.
Experience in conducting public hearings efficiently and with appropriate demeanor. Knowledge of administrative hearing procedures, applicable laws, government regulations and agency rules.
Experience in determining and applying relevant rules and statutes, complying with ethical standards,recognizing problems and identifying and facilitating solutions. Residency Requirement: All employees of the Philadelphia Gas Commission and Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) must live in the City of Philadelphia for the duration of their employment. If a candidate does not live in the City of Philadelphia at the time of hire, he/she must move into the city within twelve (12) months of his/her hire date. We offer a strong benefit package that includes free basic health and dental insurance. The Philadelphia Gas Commission and PGW are proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/D/VAAP/EEO. Location: Center City Philadelphia (19102) While we appreciate all responses, only those who are uniquely qualified will be contacted. Local candidates will be given preference – interview expenses are not funded. ID: 2017-1364 Department for Portal Display: Philadelphia Gas Commission Department External Company URL: www.pgworks.com ADP Department #: Philadelphia Gas Commission Department 
Quota And Commission Analyst
Medidata Solutions CareersQuota and Commission Analyst Sales & Marketing New York, New York Apply Overview The Sales Quotas and Commissions Analyst will provide mission critical support in the areas of sales compensation management and reporting. This role will assist the Director of Sales Operations and other Sales leaders with all aspects of designing, implementing, calculating, tracking, and reporting Sales quotas and commissions, in collaborations with other functions such as Finance and Human Resources.
Responsibilities • Performs activities needed for the development, implementation, communication and administration of sales commission or incentive programs, plans, policies and quotas. • Calculates commission/incentive award payments to sales personnel based on commission plan provisions. • Runs and analyzes commission reporting from various sources, validates data and researches all exceptions. • Resolves reconciliation issues related to commission data and/or compensation payouts. • Reviews commission payment reports for accuracy and completeness. Able to verify and follow through, ensuring accuracy and timeliness of commission payments as outlined in the plan. • Analyze sales performance results, prepare commission expense reports, presentations and recommendations for Sales and Finance management. • Uses spreadsheets, SFDC and other internal systems or dedicated applications (e.g. Anaplan, Callidus) to develop and analyze quotas, and gather data for payment calculations or analysis. • May contribute to the development or improvement of systems to effectively track or capture data.
May perform cost analysis or modeling of alternative commission/incentive plan design or quota levels. Qualifications • 3+ years’ experience in sales compensation or related field. • Highly proficient in SFDC and Microsoft Excel, including Pivot tables and complex formulas. • Excellent quantitative and qualitative analytical skills; a detail oriented clear thinker who can distill complex topics into clear summaries. • Team Player – able to deal with different departments on a daily basis in order to complete core responsibilities such as Finance, Sales, IT, Finance and Human Resources. • Strong organization, communication, and inter-personal skills. Able to efficiently and accurately manage daily responsibilities independently in order to allow time for special projects. • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required. *LI-RL
Executive Director/Ada Coordinator, Commission For Persons With Disabilities
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reporting tothe Assistant City Manager for Human Services and the Assistant Director for Administration, the Executive Director/Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the City's overall ADA compliance efforts, for supervision of the CCPD Disability Project Coordinator, for management of day-to-day operations of the CCPD office, and for building and maintaining a functional and responsive CCPD Advisory Board. Duties include, but are not limited to:
Periodically review, and update, all City ADA policies and documents, including but not limited to reasonable accommodation policies, grievance procedure, ADA transition plan and self-evaluation. Publicize and implement the City's ADA policies and related documents.
Serve as a resource of information and provide technical assistance to Department Heads, managers and supervisors regarding making employees with disabilities an essential part of the City's comprehensive workforce diversity efforts, and regarding the needs for physical and programmatic accessibility improvements, reasonable accommodations and the provision of auxiliary aids and services.
Develop customized training programs on ADA compliance and disability awareness for a wide variety of audiences.
Work with Department Heads, managers, and Personnel Department and with prospective and current employees with disabilities to plan and implement reasonable accommodations, according to individual needs.
Conduct accessibility evaluations and make recommendations for City facilities, including municipal buildings, parking facilities, open space, parks and playgrounds and revise as necessary.
Prepare annual written capital budget requests, through the City's capital budget process, recommending ADA accessibility improvements to city facilities, including the acquisition and provision of assistive technology as needed.
Assist City staff in reviewing contractual arrangements, collective bargaining agreements, and other ADA-covered activities to ensure that such activities, contracts, and agreements fulfill the requirements for nondiscrimination on the basis of disability under the ADA.
Provide technical assistance upon request regarding the requirements of the ADA and other federal, state, local disability discrimination laws. Develop customized training programs on ADA compliance and disability awareness for wide variety of audiences. Provide technical assistance, training, feedback and recommendations to Department Heads (or their designees) regarding the need for physical and programmatic accessibility improvements, reasonable accommodations, and the provision of auxiliary aids and services in programs, services and activities.
Supervise and support Disability Project Coordinator on a wide variety of CCPD ongoing projects and office functions, including but not limited to: annual budget goals, I & R requests, development & distribution of bi-monthly newsletter, community outreach, taxi discount coupon program and participation on various interdepartmental committees and boards.
Investigate complaints regarding purported violations of ADA and Massachusetts Architectural Access Board ("MAAB") rules and regulations pertaining to public and private property in Cambridge. Provide input to MAAB regarding variance applications.
Coordinate efforts with CCPD Disability Project Coordinator and provide staff support for monthly CCPD Advisory Board meetings, including preparing agendas, publicizing monthly meetings, preparing monthly minutes and delivering monthly reports to the Board.
In conjunction with the Project Coordinator, handle publicity and logistics, and provide coordination and administrative support for Advisory Board events, e.g. topical events, film screenings, board retreats, annual October employment events, etc.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: * Possess a broad understanding of community-based disability access and antidiscrimination laws and policies.
Demonstrate a significant track record in implementation of disability laws and policies, cross-disability alignment, universal design, and intersectionality with other social justice movements.
Successful track record as a manager and/or supervisor, with a minimum of three (3) years' experience in accessibility and disability inclusion issues in a supervisory and/or managerial context (public sector experience a plus).
Strong communication and interpersonal skills, especially in a diverse workforce setting.
Proven ability to think creatively, engage in collaborative problem-solving, building partnerships, and engendering the trust and confidence of staff, volunteers, colleagues, and collaborators. * BA or BS required, Master's degree in a related field preferred. Successful candidates for this position should be certified through the ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program (ACTCP) , or be willing to become certified within 12 months of hiring.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must have sufficient mobility to travel between sites and to local meetings. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: General office environment with air conditioning and fluorescent lighting.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Internal applicants, submit job bidding form and
2 copiesof bothyour resume and letter of interest; external applicants, submit
bothyour resume and letter of interest via email to: email@example.com or to Personnel Dept., Room 309, City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139. Fax: (617) 349-4312. Resumes and letters of interest requested by: 11/16/17. Position is considered open until filled. The City of Cambridge is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women, minorities, veterans, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. CITY OF CAMBRIDGE RESIDENTS ESPECIALLY ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.Department: Human Service Programs
Job Title:* Executive Director/ADA Coordinator, Commission for Persons with Disabilities
Job Code:* M034-701 Civil Service Position: Non Civil Service position
Union Affiliation:* None
Hours Per Week:* 37.5 hours/week, including some evening and weekend meetings
POSTING DATE:* October 19, 2017 RATE: $75,820 - $95,796 annually + excellent benefits
Part-Time Commission Shoe Associates Citadel Mall Belk #202
Deliver high level service principles to maximize sales. Maintain designated selling floor areas to keep stock filled in for customer selection.
Requirements/Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent, prior retail experience preferred but not required. Must have a proven track record of goal achievement. Apply Now Back to Job List
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