Fish Roe Processor Job Description Sample
ROE Contract Manager
Comcast Business offers technology solutions ranging from Ethernet, internet, and WiFi connectivity to voice, television, and managed Enterprise solutions to power businesses of all sizes to perform better. From small businesses to mid-market and large Enterprise organizations, Comcast Business serves business customers across the country.
Powered by an advanced, Gig-speed network and backed by 24/7 technical support, Comcast Business is one of the largest contributors to the growth of Comcast Cable. The organization is the nation's largest cable provider to small and mid-size businesses and has emerged as a force in the Enterprise market, recognized by leading industry associations as one of the fastest growing provider of Ethernet services.
Responsible for providing contract support to the Business Services sales organization and its customers. Responsible for activities pertaining to contracts and agreements for the purchase of Comcast Business Services including, examining customer requested revisions to service performance requirements, delivery schedules, terms and pricing to ensure completeness and accuracy.
Reviews RFPs/bids for conformity to contract requirements and acceptable bids. Negotiates contracts with customer and/or provides guidance to field sales organization. Reviews and approves amendments to or extensions of contracts. Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience.
- Reviews, creates, and processes contract agreements for Business Services opportunities. - Reviews contract requirements, special provisions, terms, conditions and pricing to ensure compliance with corporate policies and business procedures. - Engages corporate legal counsel, as needed, to ensure contract agreement compliance with appropriate laws and regulations. - Reviews and negotiates contract agreements with Business Services customers. - Provides contractual guidance to Business Services Field Sales professionals and management. - Makes recommendations for negotiation strategy on complex contractual issues. - Acts as Subject Matter Expert (SME) for certain Business Services programs (as it relates to contracting.) - Collaborates with Business Services Sales professionals to ensure they remain up to date with the latest contract documents, policies and processes. - Provides guidance to other team members on matters of process, procedure, and organizational compliance. - Facilitates training on new processes and procedures, contract versions, and tools and resources for the Contract Management team and the field. - Regular, consistent and punctual attendance. Must be able to work nights and weekends, variable schedule(s) and overtime as necessary. - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Job Specification: - Juris Doctor (JD) -Professional experience in one of the following areas: real estate, city planning, land management planning or rights of entry. -Professional experience with contract negotiations - Generally requires 5-7 years related experience. -Strong knowledge with Microsoft Office Suite -Prior experience with providing training to field teams preferred -Ability to travel approximately 10% of the time Comcast is an EOE/Veterans/Disabled/LGBT employer
ROE Electrical Engineer II (Multiple Locations)
ROE Electrical Engineer II (Multiple Locations) Location: Akron, OH, US, 44308 Job Function: Engineering Employee Type: Reg Full Time (FT) Requisition ID: 6490
FirstEnergy at a Glance FirstEnergy (NYSE: FE) is dedicated to safety, reliability and operational excellence. Headquartered in Akron, Ohio, FirstEnergy includes one of the nation’s largest investor-owned electric systems, more than 24,000 miles of transmission lines that connect the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions, and a diverse generating fleet with a total capacity of nearly 17,000 megawatts.
About the Opportunity This is an open position with FirstEnergy Service Company a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp [SC00] As an entry level Electrical Engineer, you will perform tasks related to engineering, analysis, construction, startup,maintenance and operation of electrical Transmission and Distribution equipment and associated facilities. Individuals are selectedbased on their motivation and flexibility to learn and perform projects at a variety of locations as well as central design andtechnical support groups. Activities for which may include operations support, testing, troubleshooting, project management andinstallation of new equipment. Job responsibilities include:
Recognizing risks and taking precautions and preventative measures to ensure a safe work environment for others as well asself
Conducting technical research and analysis, interpreting results and making recommendations
Offering and implementing technical solutions to basic technical processes and/or projects
Preparing engineering change packages, specifications, technical reports and presentations
Providing engineering output documents, such as minor modifications and corrective action response
Managing and completing assigned activities to support timely implementation of required system operations
Ensuring compliance with design codes/standards
Providing sound customer service
Actively seeking ways to add value within scope of assignments
Anticipating and delivering results on a variety of job-specific projects
Performing project management and assistance in project start-up
Working independently as well as in a team environment Qualifications
Engineering Bachelors degree required; Electrical Engineering from ABET accredited school
Participation in an Engineering Co-op or Internship program preferred
Ability to incorporate safety into project designs and an overall commitment to safety
Familiarity with National Electrical Code (NEC), safety and other applicable codes
Ability to work collaboratively to achieve team goals
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to develop positive working relationships with employees at all levels of FirstEnergyCorp
Strong oral and written communication skills, including the ability to make formal technical presentations to various
Proficient in Microsoft Office tools, including Excel, PowerPoint, and Word. Familiarity with AutoCAD applications preferred
Demonstrate a questioning attitude to continue to learn, produce results, and strengthen existing relationships
Desire to learn and grow; work across FirstEnergy, and deliver results
Deliver quality, accurate work within established deadlines
Benefits, Compensation & Workforce Diversity At FirstEnergy, employees are key to our success. We depend on their talents to meet the challenges of our changing business environment. We are committed to rewarding individual and team efforts through our total rewards philosophy which includes competitive pay plus incentive compensation, a company-sponsored pension plan, 401(k) savings plan with matching employer contribution, a choice of medical, prescription drug, dental, vision, and life insurance programs, as well as skills development training with tuition reimbursement. Please visit our website at www.firstenergycorp.com to learn more about all of our employee rewards programs. FirstEnergy proudly supports workforce diversity. 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 protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability. No recruiters or agencies without a previously signed contract. Unable to sponsor or transfer H-1B visas at this time.
Safety Safety is a core value for FirstEnergy and is essential to all of our business activities. We ensure employees have the tools, information, and processes to perform their duties in a manner that assures safety for themselves, their co-workers, our customers and the public. Our goals are to provide a safe work environment, to maintain an accident-free, injury-free workplace, and to promote and maintain public safety. To meet these goals, we dedicate ourselves to achieving world-class safety standards.
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Server - Islamorada Fish Company
Position summary: To serve guests in an assigned station by providing courteous and efficient service that meets or exceeds guest’s dining expectations.
Position responsibilities: Supports a strong commitment to world class guest service and ensures a pleasant and enjoyable dining experience for restaurant patrons. Completes training requirements and follows service standards as trained.
Greets guests promptly and courteously in assigned work station. Understands and executes established procedures for verifying guest’s ability to legally purchase and consume alcohol and knows how to prevent a guest from over indulging. Learns all menus and is able to communicate all food and beverage offerings.
Effectively uses suggestive selling techniques. Records food and beverage orders, enters orders into computer system, monitors status of order preparation and safely transports order from kitchen to guest. Monitors and addresses guest needs during meal.
Collects monies owed for food and beverages and properly performs all guest check accountability procedures. Performs tip declaration activities and compensates indirectly tipped associates, i.e., Bussers, Bartenders, Runners, as per established service procedures. Performs daily cleaning activities.
Performs food running and station set-up / break-down responsibilities as assigned. Performs any other duties, assignments and responsibilities as requested. Bass Pro Shops is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Fish Cutter Production - Food and Raw Manufacturing Long Island City, New York Apply Description Recipe for Success – The Seafood Fish Cutter is responsible to Use hand or hand tools to perform routine cutting and trimming of seafood. Key ingredients –
Must have fish cutting experience
Must be able to work weekends (Saturday and Sunday)
Ability to start overnight or early morning hours (start times vary by department)
Ability to stand for long period of times
Ability to work in climate of 38 degrees
Ability to perform twisting, turning and bending
Ability to lift up to 40lbs
Required to wear oil and slip resistance shoes
Ability to clearly communicate in English
Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus
Must embody and demonstrate company values and culture WARNING: Our food is processed in a facility that does not contain people who are toxic, rude, disrespectful, arrogant, egotistical, self-promoting, inconsiderate, or mean-spirited. Who is FreshDirect? Launched in New York City in 2002, FreshDirect is a leading online fresh food grocer delivering farm-fresh foods and brand-name groceries directly to the doors of customers throughout five Northeastern U.S. states, including New York City and Philadelphia. We are committed to sourcing the freshest and best-tasting meat, fish, produce and specialty items through direct relationships with suppliers, growers and farmers around the world, and its in-house team of chefs and bakers produce a wide selection of freshly-made meals, baked goods and more. FreshDirect “At the Office” delivers the same high-quality food with expanded product offerings and services for corporate clients. In 2015, FreshDirect expanded its portfolio with the launch of FoodKick, a mobile-first food business that connects consumers to the freshest, tastiest finds in food, drinks, and lifestyle essentials all delivered within an hour. Our company aspires to be a valued corporate partner in all communities in which it serves, and works extensively with dozens of charitable and community partners. Why choose FreshDirect? We are an innovative Food Technology company offering an environment where you can grow a career and feed your future and have fun while doing it! Great people deserve great benefits and we go above and beyond! Wait, there’s more! Check out our #workperks: Working here is pretty much as cool as you’d imagine - lots of food, lots of energy, and a whole lot of happy hours.
Flexible and generous PTO plan
20% discount on FreshDirect and FoodKick plus an employee at-cost food program (FD Market)
Thirsty Thursdays, book club, monthly birthday breakfasts, and other happy hours
Wellness programs like weekly meditation, yoga, and Zumba, and monthly manicures and massages
Monthly Lunch & Learns covering things like “The Very Best Cheese and Wine”
We have a 24-hour shuttle service that runs back and forth to the subway
We offer up to $5000 per hire as a referral bonus
Summer barbecues and and annual company picnic for friends and family Learn more @FreshDirect on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube! Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the Team member(s) assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of individuals in this position. Position Descriptions may be subject to change as the needs of the organization change. As an EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER, FreshDirect does not discriminate against applicants or employees because of their race, color, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age religion, creed, marital status, veteran status, domestic violence victim status, familial status, or on any other basis prohibited by law. Furthermore, FreshDirect will not discriminate against any applicant or employee because he or she is disabled, a disabled veteran, or a veteran of the Vietnam era, provided he or she is qualified and meets the requirements established by FreshDirect for the job.
Fish Cytogenetics Molecular Technologist III Full-Time, Days
Integrated Regional LaboratoriesMedical Technologist III – Full-time (1.0 FTE), Days *Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization – Core Laboratory * Ft. Lauderdale, FLIntegrated Regional Laboratories (IRL) includes thirteen HCA hospital laboratories in Palm Beach, Broward, Dade, Saint Lucie and Okeechobee counties and one Core Laboratory in Broward County. Through the process of re-engineering and the application of leading edge automation technology, IRL has transformed laboratory operations in the HCA East Florida market into an integrated service network. /IRL is a member of the nation’s leading provider of healthcare services, Hospital Corporation of America. HCA Ranks on Fortune’s list of Most Admired Companies for three consecutive years. In addition, HCA has also been named one of Ethisphere’s World’s Most Ethical Companies. Join our tradition of excellence!/ /Benefits://We offer a generous compensation package for Full-time and Part-time including: vacation, 401k, and Medical Insurance. /
Job Description The Medical Technologist IIIPerforms flow cytometry or molecular diagnostic studies under the direction of a laboratory supervisor, manager or director
Technologists in FISH usually don’t work on weekends. Only if extremely necessary.
Shift: Days only.
Department is very small. Two employees for now. However we’re growing and bring in new tests do be done in house instead of sending it out. Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to: * Ability to process FISH tests including, basic test and patient’s data entry and verification, slide preparation, hybridization, scoring and interpretation of results using correct ISCN nomenclature
Monitor working reagents, buffers, solutions and probes.
Analyze FISH tests using both manual and automated procedures.
Proper documentation and archiving
Work up diagnostic medical reports.
Monitor specimen adequacy, hybridization quality and troubleshooting.
Documentation of all maintenance logs as needed
Knowledgeable of all policies and procedures for all relevant testing events.
Proper communication with clients, laboratory personnel and pathologists.
Performs duties consistent with written procedures and regulatory requirements.
Performs stat procedures within established turnaround time targets.
Applies theoretical concepts of laboratory medicine using independent judgement to ensure timely and accurate results.
Performs non-technical duties including, but not limited to specimen receipt, processing, storage, retrieval and submission for samples for referral testing as required.
Takes pertinent corrective action when the patient, control, standard, calibration and/or proficiency results are not within appropriate guidelines.
Supports the department in achieving department goals for service, quality, regulatory compliance, financial performance, patient satisfaction, healthy work environment, and integration of intra and inter-departmental activities. / / /Apply Online Now!/Required Job Qualifications include: * Must be licensed as a Technologist in Hematology and Molecular in the state of FL
Associate's degree in Science field required
Bachelor’s Degree or higher, preferably in Biology/Molecular/Genetics preferred * 6 years of experience working flow or molecular specialty areas required
Previous cytogenetics experience or FISH experience preferred
Working knowledge of computers (Word and Excel).
Ability to understand and communicate effectively.
Ability to work independently
Title:FISH Cytogenetics Molecular Technologist III Full-time, Days
Location:Florida-Fort Lauderdale-Integrated Regional Laboratories
Permanent Fish Biologist 4 *01036-18
Description The Department of Fish and Wildlife has some of the most talented people in the natural resource field.
We celebrate and value diversity, appreciating that a workforce composed of those from different backgrounds and experiences creates an inclusive environment, strengthens positive relationships with the local community, and brings new perspectives and approaches to fulfilling the agency's mission. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is dedicated to preserving, protecting and perpetuating fish, wildlife and ecosystems, while providing sustainable recreational and commercial opportunities dependent on viable fish and wildlife populations.
Each day, WDFW employees facilitate fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities for millions of residents and visitors. WDFW's employees–field and laboratory biologists, geneticists, research scientists, hatchery professionals, policy experts, fully commissioned law enforcement officers, land stewards, lab technicians, property acquisition specialists, customer service representatives and others work throughout the state. WDFW employees protect and restore critical habitat, strive to facilitate species recovery when necessary, and manage hundreds of fish and wildlife species.
WDFW employees maintain nearly a million acres of public wildlife lands. They interpret, apply and enforce state and federal laws and collaborate with stakeholders to protect fish and wildlife resources. The Department of Fish and Wildlife has some of the most talented people in the natural resource field.
We celebrate and value diversity, appreciating that a workforce composed of those from different backgrounds and experiences creates an inclusive environment, strengthens positive relationships with the local community, and brings new perspectives and approaches to fulfilling the agency's mission. Find out more about us and the important work we are a part of at www.wdfw.wa.gov There is one (1) permanent Fisheries Biologist 4 position in the Fish Program, Statewide Salmon and Steelhead/Puget Sound Management. The duty station for this position is the Natural Resource Building located Olympia, WA.
As an expert level biologist, this position is a key leader and team member in the Fish Program, Statewide Salmon and Steelhead Division, Puget Sound Management Unit contributing to objectives 1, 2, 6, and 7 in the WDFW strategic plan. This position, serves as the lead WDFW representative coordinating the activities of the Puget Sound Recreational Salmon and Marine Fish Enhancement Program (PSRFE). As such, the position evaluates survival and fishery contributions of PSRFE and state-funded salmon hatchery program releases through expert-level data analyses and coordination with WDFW Hatchery Division staff and tribal governments. As the Puget Sound Recreational Fishery Manager, the position serves as a lead expert in maintaining, updating, and analyzing a complete and accurate database of historical salmon catch and effort estimates that are essential to management of Puget Sound recreational fisheries; evaluates and resolves (with agency staff and tribal co-managers) Catch Record Card (CRC) system issues and licensing discrepancies; reviews and interprets CRC data and estimates for biological accuracy, feasibility, validity, and value.
Leads development of recreational salmon fishery regulations, including producing emergency rules in-season. Leads the permanent rules process after the NOF process for recreational salmon fisheries, taking public comments through a variety of correspondence methods including public hearings, for Puget Sound recreational fisheries and other regional fisheries. Leads the Puget Sound Sport Fishing Advisory group to coordinate input from the public, through advisors, regarding priorities and recommendations for salmon fisheries management in Puget Sound, including intensive work with advisors during the North of Falcon pre-season planning process.
Represents the State of Washington and recreational community in fishery management forums, including as an appointed member to the Pacific Salmon Commission's (PSC) Selective Fishery Evaluation Committee to evaluate WDFW and other state/federal agency mark-selective fishery proposals pre-season as well as post-season. Duties Serve as lead WDFW representative coordinating the activities of the Puget Sound Recreational Salmon and Marine Fish Enhancement Program (PSRFE), including the Lake Washington salmon fishery.
Tasks include: The PSRFE program was created by the Washington State legislature in 1993 (RCW 77.105). Works within and outside of the department to achieve the goals stated in RCW 77.105, including coordinating the Puget Sound Recreational Fisheries Enhancement Oversight Committee (OC) as established in RCW 77.105.160. Evaluates survival and fishery contributions of PSRFE-funded salmon hatchery program releases through expert-level data analyses -- uses coded-wire tag recoveries and the RMIS database to calculate survivals and fishery contribution rates; compiles and analyzes data to determine efficiency and cost effectiveness of production techniques; makes recommendations for enhancement program improvements and projects. Coordinates with WDFW Hatchery Division staff and tribal governments to accomplish PSRFE projects and goals. Leads PSRFE meetings (approximately 4-5 meetings per year) in coordination with the OC-Chair. Leads PSRFE budget planning, management, and evaluation. Leads statewide outreach and education efforts for PSRFE (e.g., at sport shows, boat shows, military base outdoor educations, Fish Washington, etc.). Updates the Fish and Wildlife Commission and State Legislature during formal presentations on the progress of fulfilling PSRFE goals, objectives, and performance measures. Manages the Puget Sound Recreational salmon fishery to meet harvest objectives and conservation goals by appropriate regulatory rules (WACs)
Tasks include: Leads development of recreational salmon fishery regulations, including producing emergency rules in-season, which are necessary to implement the intent of approved annual management plans. Updates the recorded fishery regulation hotline.
Leads the permanent rules process after the NOF process for recreational salmon fisheries, taking public comments through a variety of correspondence methods including public hearings, for Puget Sound recreational fisheries and other regional fisheries. Leads the development and production of the annual Washington Sport Fishing Rules Pamphlet each year, coordinating with a large team of fisheries management staff to meet tight deadlines for editing, review, and production of the pamphlet statewide. Serves as an integral, lead team member for the State of Washington in the annual salmon management planning process called "North of Falcon" (NOF), including interpreting agency policy for development of goals and objectives for Puget Sound recreational fisheries, negotiating and consensus-building among multi-jurisdictional (17 Puget Sound Treaty Tribes) colleagues to achieve harvest management plans, conservation plans, and technical review of resource impact assessments.
Tasks include: Produces analytically derived model inputs for use in the pre-season salmon fisheries planning model, the Fisheries Regulations Assessment Model (FRAM). Provides estimates of recreational fishery catch for Puget Sound and freshwater fisheries for use in run reconstruction, pre-season modeling, and fishery management plans. Works cooperatively with constituents in developing harvest plans, communicating annual fishing plans, and interpreting regulation models and expected fishery impacts. Leads the Puget Sound Recreational Fishing Advisors group to coordinate input from the public, through advisors, regarding priorities and recommendations for salmon fisheries management in Puget Sound, including intensive work with advisors during the North of Falcon pre-season planning process. Performs expert-level statewide professional biological studies, research and resources assessments to determine the impact of recreational fisheries on hatchery and wild salmon stocks.
Tasks include: Reviews and provides direction on proposed recreational salmon fishery monitoring projects. The position analyzes and interprets data resulting from those studies, develops conclusions, and formulates and prescribes management strategies for the recreational fishery in Puget Sound and statewide. Management strategies must be consistent with the stipulations and guidelines of the Pacific Salmon Treaty, the federal Endangered Species Act, Pacific Fishery Management Council management frameworks, and WA State Fish and Wildlife Commission policies and objectives. Reviews, updates, and maintains the Puget Sound marine and freshwater recreational salmon catch database to evaluate trends in the recreational fishery.
Tasks include: Works directly in support of agency recreational licensing and Catch Record Card issues and is responsible for the review and biological interpretation of Catch Record Card data and estimates (including interpreting data for biological accuracy and feasibility). Produces reports, tables, graphs and interprets catch record card data in response to requests by other managers, co-managers, other agencies, user groups, and interested members of the public. Analysis of the data conclusions developed from the database for the justification of recreational salmon fisheries. Write final reports on experiments, studies, analyses, and research conducted under private, federal, or international agency funded projects or contracts. Promotes recreational fishing in Puget Sound.
Tasks include: Promotes understanding of recreational fishing issues and rules through frequent interaction with the media, fishing clubs, stakeholder groups, and other interested parties. Performs significant outreach and education work serving sport fishing communities throughout the state, including the production of videos and maintenance and updating Fish Washington website.
Works with other WDFW and state agencies in promoting fishing opportunities, including License and Public Relations units. Develops and presents RCO grant applications to improve water-access to improve infrastructure and access for the public. Represents the State of Washington and recreational community in fishery management forums, including as an appointed member to the Pacific Salmon Commission's (PSC) Selective Fishery Evaluation Committee (SFEC) to evaluate mark-selective fishery proposals pre-season as well as post-season and as a liaison to Canada at their recreational fishery development public process.
Tasks include: Works with a team of resource professionals from Federal, State and Tribal entities to evaluate mark-selective fishery proposals and their impact on salmon stocks coast wide. The committee meets biannually for a week and submits evaluations to the PSC for consideration and discussion as part of the evaluation related to the Pacific Salmon Treaty.
Other duties as assigned
Tasks include: Prepares evidence and arguments that may be presented in proceedings of the US or State Courts as required. Attend training programs, workshops, and classes for the purpose of enhancing skills directly linked to this position (e.g. statistical, computer, recreational fishery management, navigation, etc.) and also for general career development. Respond to the public, media, and industry verbal and written questions by drafting correspondence and answering telephone inquiries.
Working Conditions Hours of work are generally 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday, from 8 am through 5 pm, but seasonal evening and weekend work may be needed. Some annual travel is required (approximately 10-12 days annually) as part of the Pacific Salmon Commission Selective Fishery Evaluation Committee.
Additional travel will be required (approximately 10-14 days annually) as a NOF team member. Most of the work is conducted in the office (99% of the time), but field work may be conducted on rare occasions if needed. Field work may include inclement weather, rough water, noise, odors, repetitive movements of hands, finger manipulations, long periods of sitting, squatting, walking, operating a boat with outboard motor, climbing in and out of boats, sampling salmon in a boat, carrying, bending, kneeling, lifting (50 lb. max.), working and standing in a confined space, working with fish blood and slime, slippery surfaces, raingear, equipment holsters, personal floatation devices, using knives and other equipment around fish, possible encounters with bees, yellow jackets, and other insects.
Union This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement between the State of Washington, Department of Fish & Wildlife, and the Washington Association of Fish and Wildlife Professionals (WAFWP). As a condition of employment you must either join the union and pay union dues, or pay the union a representational or other fee within 30 days of the date you are put into pay status. Qualifications A Bachelor's degree with major study in a natural science. AND Four years professional experience in natural resource management. Knowledge of pacific salmon biology, and statistical theory and techniques. Ability to reason logically, draw valid conclusions, and make appropriate recommendations, gather and analyze data, speak and write effectively, establish and maintain effective working relationships, participate in meetings in-person and via teleconference. A Master's degree will substitute for two years and a Ph.D. degree will substitute for all of the required experience, provided the field of major study was in the specific specialty. Understanding of basic biometric/statistical analyses Preferred/
Knowledge of the Recreational salmon and marine fish enhancement program (RCW 77.105). Knowledge of Puget Sound salmon stocks, rivers, lakes, streams and marine waters. Knowledge of salmon life histories and habitat requirements. Knowledge of recreational fisheries in Puget Sound. Knowledge of and established relationships with recreational fishing stakeholders (fishing clubs, conservation clubs, advisors, activists, etc.) in Puget Sound. Knowledge of salmon hatchery principles. Knowledge of Fisheries Management techniques and Tribal Case Law in Washington State. Knowledge of Federal Fisheries Management Forums and Regulatory Standards. Knowledge of coded wire tag analyses. Knowledge of the Open Public Meetings Act (RCW 42.30). Supplemental Information To apply for this position you MUST complete your profile at www.careers.wa.gov and attach the following to your profile before completing the online application: A cover letter describing how you meet the qualifications and competencies of this position (generic cover letter will not be accepted) A current resume (please make it succinct) Three professional references (personal references do not count as professional)
Please note: Failure to follow the above application instructions will lead to disqualification. E-mailed documents will not be accepted in lieu of attaching your documents to the online profile.
Upon submission of your online application, you will immediately receive a confirming e-mail. You will then be notified via e-mail of your status during the process. In addition to the e-mail notifications, you can check the status of your application at any time by visiting your online profile at www.careers.wa.gov.
Due to the high volume of applications that we receive, we ask your understanding and encourage you to use the online process and avoid calling for information. The Department of Fish and Wildlife is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation and gender identity diversity.
Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, disabled and Vietnam era veterans and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons needing accommodation in the application process or this announcement in an alternative format may call (360) 902-2276 or the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) at (800) 833-6388. Salary: $4,506.00 - $5,920.00 Monthly
Location:* Thurston County – Olympia, WA
Job Type:* Full Time - Permanent
Department:* Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
Job Number:* 2018-01036 Closing: 2/28/2018 11:59 PM Pacific
Agency:* State of Washington
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Center Of The Plate Fish Specialist, Phoenix, AZ
Center of the Plate Fish Specialist, Phoenix, AZ Click Here to Apply Online Job Description Requisition ID 2018-5334 Location : Address 2540 North 29th Avenue Category Meat Plant Location : City Phoenix Location : State/Province AZ Location : Postal Code 85009 Summary & Responsibilities Represents Shamrock Foods by selling Fish Division products to new and existing hotels, restaurants, resorts and other institutional establishments or individuals at sales office or customer's place of business in Arizona and surrounding states. This position will involve travel about 80% of the time.
Compiles lists of prospective customers for use as sales leads, based on information from newspapers, business directories, and other resources
Must have extensive product knowledge in Center of the Plate fish and seafood protein products
Coordinates activities with production to ensure proper execution of customer’s specifications; complete understanding of yield tests and ground formulas
Ability to analyze sales data (statistics) to formulate policy and assist vendors in promoting sales, Manage individual customer price lists, Gather data for tracking and spreadsheets
Coordinates liaison between sales department and other sales related units
Achieve the C.O.P. sales goals of the Fish division
Must effectively communicate with sales, through sales meetings, and ride-a-longs.
Delivers Sales presentations to Key existing and new clients in coordination with/or without sales representatives
Must have the ability to effectively present and communicate information via telephone, writing or on a one to one basis
Must effectively interact with our customer base
Participation in Food shows and represents company at trade association meetings to promote product
Perform customer tours as needed
Other duties may be assigned
Must be able to travel about 80% of the time Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree ( B.A.) from four-year college or university with 5 years’ experience; or 5 years’ experience specifically in selling Center of the Plate fish and seafood
Current driver’s license and auto insurance required
Must have extensive category knowledge
must be able to calculate amounts such as discounts, commissions, proportions, percentages
Ability to read and interpret; ability to write routine reports and correspondence; ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.
Must be flexible and willing to work the demands of the department which are subject to evenings, weekends, and holidays Corporate Summary At Shamrock Foods Company, people come first – our associates, our customers, and the families we serve across the nation. A privately-held, family-owned and -operated Forbes 500 company, Shamrock is an innovator in the food industry and has been since being founded in Arizona in 1922. Shamrock specializes in the manufacturing and distribution of quality food and food-related products through a family of companies, including Shamrock Foods foodservice distribution and Shamrock Farms dairy manufacturing.
Sales Associate - Hunt / Camp / Fish
Sales Associate - Hunt / Camp / Fish San Jose, California, Store1409 Blossom Hill CA Store Hourly 17000JAT Requisition # Aug 29, 2017 Post Date Apply for Job Share this Job Sign Up for Job Alerts We are genuine in our belief that sports make people better and so are you! Immerse yourself in a workplace that loves to be active and lives the brand. Associates joining our team have an opportunity to be a part of the #1 sporting goods retailer in the country and create a lasting impact on their communities through sport and activity. On our Team, everyone plays a critical role. Your Mission (and Ours) is to serve and inspire athletes and outdoor enthusiasts to achieve their personal best through the relentless improvement of everything we do. Sales Associate Duties:
Create a world-class customer experience by providing passionate customer service and selling through customer engagement, specifically (but not limited to) our Lodge Department
Uphold company standards for merchandise presentation of the best apparel and equipment brands in sporting goods
Promote company programs including warranty sales, Scorecard (loyalty program), private-label credit cards, and other seasonal promotions
Demonstrate ability to genuinely interact with customers to show passion, knowledge, dedication, and commitment to Hunting, Camping, and/or Fishing
Ability to meet the Federal requirements for handling and processing firearm transactions by successfully completing a background check
As business needs arise, other tasks may become necessary Success Profile :
Flexible availability – including nights, weekend, and holidays + 1-2 years of Retail Cashier, Retail Sales, or cash-handling experience preferred
Passion for outdoor activity
Ability to meet Federal requirements for handling and processing firearm transactions Click HERE to review our Rewards & Benefits Information Depending on position, candidates seeking employment with DICK’S Sporting Goods, Field & Stream, or Golf Galaxy should be prepared to successfully complete a pre-employment background check prior to beginning employment. DICK'S Sporting Goods is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Ops- Fish & Wildlife Technician - 77904095
OPS- Fish & Wildlife Technician
77904095 Date:Feb 16, 2018 Location:FORT MYERS, FL, US, 33811 Apply now » The State Personnel System is an E-Verify employer. For more information click on ourE-Verify website.
Requisition No: 25204 Agency: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Working Title: OPS- Fish & Wildlife Technician
- 77904095 Position Number: 77904095 Salary: $16.00 an hour Posting Closing Date: 02/28/2018 Pending Reclassification to a Biological Scientist I Position number: 77904095 Address: 3900 Drane Field Rd, Lakeland, Florida 33811 (field site at the Town of Fort Myers Beach) 863-648-3200 Supervisor: Amy Clifton, 77000864 Description of duties Wildlife Surveys:
Search for & identify nests in beach habitat while following protocols to avoid nest disturbance. Independently performs surveys for a large population of nesting sea- and shorebird in the Fort Myers Beach area while following monitoring and data entry protocols outlined on the Florida Shorebird Database (www.FLShorebirdDatabase.org). Management and Surveillance: Work independently to post Critical Wildlife Area on the south end of Fort Myers Beach.
Document and maintain posted areas as needed throughout the nesting season, especially immediately following storms or other disturbance events. Record GPS locations for posted area along with nest locations. Transfer georeferenced data to spatial software such as Google Earth and ArcMap.
Create maps in multiple formats for use in communicating nesting locations and making management decisions. Use a variety of tools and techniques such as deploying game cameras to identify sources of nest predation. Landowner Coordination:
Maintain a cooperative working relationship with private landowners. Communicate regularly with them to keep them apprised of management activities and address any concerns. Communications will include developing bi-weekly reports on nesting activity and management actions.
Provide technical assistance to ensure beach management activities such as raking do not result in harm to nesting birds. Partnership Development: Responsible for working closely with existing partners, including the Town of Ft.
Myers Beach and Audubon Florida, to design and implement strategies for building a supportive constituency for the Little Estero Island Critical Wildlife Area, particularly among adjacent landowners and residents of the Town of Ft.
Myers Beach. Activities may include conducting presentations, meeting with landowners, developing outreach materials (signs, brochures, web page content), and engaging the media.
Wildlife Research: May assist with capture & banding of shorebirds/seabirds or other research projects. Perform band re-sight surveys for sea- and shorebirds.
Stewardship: Responsible for engaging beach-goers to garner interest and support for the Critical Wildlife Area by visiting the area 5 days/week for at least 2 hours/day. Duties will be confined to the Little Estero Island Critical Wildlife Area, adjacent beach nesting bird areas and other nearby important bird areas. This is a seasonal position to begin early March 2018 and last throughout the nesting season (to approximately mid-August). Work hours will range from 30 up to 40 hours depending on variability of workload with total work hours for season not to exceed 960.
This is a field-based position. Housing and transportation not provided. Bonita Springs is the closest housing option.
Limited administrative support will be provided from the Lakeland Office of the FWC. Broadband code: 19-4021-01 Class code: 5031 Region: Southwest Title:
Fish/Wildlife Technician County: Lee Working hours: Variable List of any subordinates supervised:
None Residency requirement: None Level of Education: Bachelor’s Degree Other
Incumbent must have strong sea- and shorebird identification skills. Must possess a valid Driver’s License. Must have a highly flexible work schedule and be capable of working with little direct supervision, and under hot and humid weather conditions.
Candidate must have strong intrapersonal skills for communicating with the public and partners in written and oral methods. The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace. Candidates requiring a reasonable accommodation, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, must notify the agency hiring authority and/or People First Service Center (1-866-663-4735). Notification to the hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide the accommodation.
The State of Florida supports a Drug-Free workplace. All employees are subject to reasonable suspicion drug testing in accordance with Section 112.0455, F.S., Drug-Free Workplace Act. Nearest Major Market:Lakeland
Server For Max Fish
The Server serves food and drinks following established guidelines, procedures, and policies for food and beverage safety controls as prescribed by company standards. He or she interacts with guests and staff in a cordial, efficient, and professional manner and rings guest checks, collects cash, and processes credit charges following company policies and procedures.
In addition, the Server helps with seating guests, clearing and setting tables, and preparing to go orders. The ideal candidate for this position has at least one year of experience in a restaurant setting, fine dining preferred. He or she has previous experience handling money and operating point-of-sales (POS) and credit/debit card processing systems and can work a flexible schedule that includes days, nights, weekends, and holidays.
Strong verbal and written communication skills, good time management, and professional behavior are all required for this position. The ideal candidate will become knowledgeable of all dishes and drinks to make educated recommendations to our guests. A personable attitude with the ability to work in a high energy, fast paced environment is key to being successful. If you have a passion for great food, love being around people and want to provide a high level of customer service, we want to talk to you.
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