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US Foreign Policy Counsel
Job Title: US Foreign Policy Counsel
Department: U.S. and Global Programs
Center Background: The Center for Reproductive Rights (the Center) is the premier global legal organization dedicated to advancing women's reproductive health, self-determination, and dignity. Its mission is straightforward and ambitious: to advance reproductive health and rights as fundamental human rights that all governments around the world are legally obligated to protect, respect, and fulfill. Headquartered in New York City, the Center has regional offices in Bogota, Geneva, Kathmandu, Nairobi, and Washington, D.C. and a diverse staff of more than 150 professionals. Its annual operating budget is approximately $29 million, the result of an extraordinary growth trajectory. The Center is now poised for a new phase of significant expansion through its current and next Strategic Plan.
The Center's game-changing litigation and advocacy work, combined with its unparalleled expertise in constitutional, comparative, and international human rights law, have transformed how reproductive rights are understood by courts, governments, and human rights bodies worldwide. It has played a key role in securing landmark legal victories in the U.S., Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe on issues including access to life-saving obstetrics care, contraception, safe abortion services, and comprehensive sexuality information, as well as the prevention of forced sterilization and child marriage. It has brought ground-breaking cases before national courts, U.N. Committees, and regional human rights bodies, has led the development of historic, proactive legislation advancing robust protections for reproductive rights, and has built the legal capacity of women's rights advocates in more than 55 countries.
To learn more about the Center for Reproductive Rights, go to https://www.reprorights.org/
The US Foreign Policy Counsel will play a leadership role in the Center's foreign policy and advocacy work, developing and implementing strategies to ensure protection for reproductive rights and access to reproductive healthcare within US Foreign Policy by conducting legal and policy analyses; working with coalition partners; members of Congress and the Administration. This position reports to the Chief Counsel, Federal Policy and Advocacy, and the Director of Global Advocacy, and will work closely with the Director of U.S. Human Rights. The position partners with staff on the US Policy and Advocacy team, the Global Advocacy team, the global regional teams, and the U.S. Human Rights team to identify and implement the Center's foreign policy priorities.
The US Foreign Policy Counsel will operate as lead on foreign policy analysis and strategy development and implementation. They will marshal the resources of the federal, human rights, and global teams to provide legal and policy analysis on relevant legislation, policies and agency action and ensure effective Center engagement and response.
Position placement: Washington, D.C.
Developing, analyzing, and advancing policy that will protect and expand the right and access to comprehensive reproductive health information and services, including access to safe abortion, for women and girls around the world;
Monitoring and responding to legislative and other policy developments, including regulations, guidance, hearings, markups, staff briefings, and other events;
Developing in partnership with the Chief Counsel, Federal Policy and Advocacy, the Director of Global Advocacy, the Director of U.S. Human Rights and the global regional teams appropriate advocacy strategies that support our policy priorities;
Coordinating with other coalition partners, progressive allies, and pro bono partners;
Serving as a liaison and providing legal analysis support to foreign policy community and other relevant stakeholders;
Providing legal expertise to federal agencies, Hill and coalition members regarding the Global Gag Rule, Helms and other key policy priorities including recommending policy positions and leading cross-departmental teams to craft and execute foreign policy positions;Translating complex policies and practices into accessible communications for diverse audiences including lawmakers, advocates and coalition partners;
Helping develop public messages and media responses as appropriate and serve as a Center spokesperson on key US foreign policy issues;
Cultivating messengers and spokespeople in Washington, DC, to articulate and support the human rights approach;
Drafting materials for use in lobbying activities, outreach and on the Web, including legislation, hearing testimony, bill analyses, fact sheets, and legal memoranda;
Drafting comments for the administrative record on proposed regulations;
Preparing internal and external updates and other written analyses of legislation/policy and other key moments or projects;
Identifying inflection points and advocacy opportunities and leading efforts to take advantage of those moments in partnership with relevant members of the federal, global, and U.S. human rights teams;
Participating in strategy development across areas of federal policy and advocacy, U.S. Human Rights, and Global Advocacy and Global regional teams; and leading internal and external efforts to implement those strategies;
Maintain a high level of substantive expertise on the evolving foreign policy landscape;
Presenting at professional and advocacy conferences and meetings to lead public discourse on US foreign policy and reproductive rights;
Advancing relationships with policy makers and coalition allies and ensure the Center is a go-to resource on human rights law and reproductive rights for policy-makers and allies;
Organizing events on aspects of our international work in DC.
Experience & Qualifications:
- Strong commitment to the Center's mission, purpose, and values;
Minimum of 7 years of relevant experience;
Expertise in international human rights law required;
Experience developing and implementing strategies to influence US foreign policy;
Knowledge and experience engaging with USAID, State Dept, and foreign policy processes required;
Effective public speaking skills and writing skills;
Outstanding legal/policy analysis skills;
Excellent organizational, project management and time management skills;
Experience in working or building coalitions; leadership within coalitions of social justice and/or human rights movements strongly preferred;
Experience working outside the US preferred.
Collaborative: Brings a track record of working effectively with various and diverse individuals and groups. A willingness to actively listen and invite different views and opinions across all levels of the institution to build alignment in support of a common goal.
Innovative: Demonstrated ability to be innovative and highly productive, with a focus on excellence in a high energy, fast moving, deadline orientated environment
Initiative: Effectively responds to pressure or crisis situations and acts professionally. Uses resources well. Follows through on ideas, assignments and open issues. Must possess a "can-do" and "will-do" attitude.
Commitment to learning: Applies a growth mentality to their own development and pushes self and others to work out of comfort zone. Promotes a culture of learning by modeling inquisitiveness and an openness to viewing mistakes as an opportunity to learn and improve
Integrity: Possesses impeccable integrity and personal and professional values that are consistent with the Center's high standards and mission.
Transparency: Consistently applies openness and honesty in communicating decisions and plans to team members.
Adaptive/flexible: Has a can do/will do attitude and demonstrates comfort with ambiguity and calculated risk-taking.
Empathy: An empathetic, approachable team player who engenders trust and confidence, with an inherent ability to interact positively with all members of the Center staff.
Independent Worker/Thinker: Must have the ability to work independently and in a team setting.
Confident: Must possess and exhibit a level of confidence in themselves and his/her work, but be able to take direction and criticism professionally.
Results Oriented: Ability to achieve results and complete assignments in a timely manner.
Compensation: The Center offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits program.
How to Apply: Please click on the link below to apply. A cover letter, resume, writing sample, and contact information for three references must be included in your application in order to be considered for this position. Please include these application materials as attachments.
Deadline for Applications: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
The Center for Reproductive Rights is an equal opportunity employer, committed to inclusive hiring, and dedicated to diversity in our work and staff. We strongly encourage people from all groups and communities to apply.
Adjunct Faculty, Foreign Languages (Spanish)
Adjunct Faculty, Foreign Languages (Spanish)
Part-Time Faculty, Credit Classes
$50.00 - Base Rate
Posted On An Ongoing Basis
Exempt - Not Eligible for Overtime Compensation
First Review Date
April 4, 2016
This Adjunct faculty member teaches Foreign Languages (Spanish) courses.
Duties & Responsibilities
Teaches lecture and laboratory sections
Evaluates and advises students
Participates in departmental and College affairs
Serves on committees
Performs other duties as assigned
Master's degree in the Spanish; or Master's degree with 18 graduate semester hours in Spanish
All degrees must be from a regionally accredited institution
Must possess excellent communication skills
Must be able to work well with students, faculty, staff and the community
Ability to work a flexible schedule that may include evening and weekend assignments
Lfbo Credit Risk Unit Lead, Large And Foreign Banking Supervision Risk Management - Supervision Group
Large and Foreign Banking Organizations (LFBOs) are domestic banking organizations with $50 billion or more in total assets and foreign banking organizations with U.S. assets over $50 billion (non-core LISCC firms). LFBOs are subject to the Consolidated Supervision Framework (SR 12-17 / CA 12-14). In early 2016, the LFBO Management Group (LFBOMG) was formed to enhance supervisory quality and responsiveness, both prudential and consumer compliance, for both large domestic and foreign institutions by promoting:
Consistent and effective implementation of supervisory policies and assessments;
Provide peer comparisons of key performance indicators and risk management practices;
Identify emerging issues; and
Share industry sound practices across the portfolio of LFBOs
LFBOs are also subject to the Interagency Program for Supervising the U.S. Operations of Foreign Banking Organizations (SR 00-14) which supports an efficient, rational, and uniform approach for supervising the U.S. operations of foreign banking organizations, particularly those with numerous entities across multiple U.S. supervisory jurisdictions. The Federal Reserve Board is the U.S. Federal Agency responsible for overall supervision of foreign banks in the United States and works in cooperation and coordination with the other federal and state banking authorities involved in supervising the U.S. operations of foreign banks to carry out the responsibilities of the FBO Supervision Program.
The LFBO Credit Risk Unit Lead is responsible to manage a staff of examiners and to work with management and staff in the supervisory assessment of financial institution's credit risk and counterparty credit risk management capabilities and to play a key role in assessing perspectives on sound risk management practices. The role will also involve contributing to the FRS horizontal programs (capital and shared national credit) as necessary supplying both leadership, expertise and examiners.
The successful candidate will:
Exceptional leadership and management skills, including the ability to lead a team to achieve broader FRS objectives; to enhance the skills and performance of team members by providing a challenging mix of assignments; and to provide timely feedback and coaching.
Strong knowledge of fundamental credit and counterparty risk analysis, governance and control practices of large financial institutions, including expertise in assessing stress testing, risk appetite, and loan review practices pertaining to such risks.
Ability to build solid strategic and collaborative working relationships with onsite supervisory teams across the System, risk specialists, and Board Risk staff. Ability to foster relationships with counterparts at other regulatory agencies.
Strong analytical and critical thinking skills demonstrated by the ability to assimilate new information, complex and technical topics; make sound decisions and supervisory judgments; identify emerging risks and manage multiple tasks.
Degree in economics, business, finance, public policy, or equivalent work experience;
At least ten years of supervisory and examination or related industry experience, with knowledge in the areas of credit risk and counterparty credit risk management.
Strong analytical and critical thinking skills demonstrated by the ability to assimilate new information, understand complex topics, integrate data and technical details with policy concepts, and produce sound analysis;
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral presentation, with experience in building consensus across multiple stakeholders toward Common policy views, and negotiating positive outcomes for all stakeholders;
Ability to thrive as a leader of a team and to build collaborative working relationships with all levels of staff and management;
Experience with complex financial institution supervision a plus;
Proven ability to work across organizational lines and with colleagues located in other Reserve Banks, the Federal Reserve Board, other agencies and jurisdictions;
Prior experience in analyzing the financial risk and resilience of financial institutions;
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
This position requires access to confidential supervisory information, which is limited to "Protected Individuals" as defined in the U.S. federal immigration law. Protected Individuals include, but are not limited to, U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals, U.S. permanent residents who are not yet eligible to apply for naturalization, and U.S. permanent residents who have applied for naturalization within six months of being eligible to do so.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is committed to a diverse workforce and to providing equal employment opportunity to all persons without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, genetic information, disability, or military service.
Foreign Disclosure Of Information Support
Requisition ID 105287BR Date updated 10/18/2017
Raytheon Blackbird Technologies, Inc. is currently seeking an individual to serve as Foreign Disclosure of Information Support in support of a customer program at Special Operations Command Africa (AFRICOM), with work location at Stuttgart, Germany. The purpose of this task is to provide SOCAFRICA with subject matter experts to support information sharing and the planning, monitoring, execution and assessment of Special Operations Forces-specific activities in Africa. All candidates must meet all required qualifications in order to be considered for the position(s). CONUS and OCONUS travel to non-hazardous locations may be required.
Responsibilities will include, but not limited to:
Review, sanitize, and recommend disclose/release of Classified Military Intelligence (CMI) and/or Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) to SOCAFRICA's SOF partners, AFRICOM and SOCOM foreign partner nations and other members of the Intelligence Community. The Government shall make the final disclosure determination.
Monitor events and trends which may directly or indirectly affect SOCAFRICA's ability to share CMI and/or CUI, and monitor engagement initiatives to ensure appropriate foreign disclosure.
Provide recommendations to ensure the command's consistent application of National Disclosure Policy (NDP-1).
Defense Intelligence Agency's (DIA's) Foreign Disclosure Course Certificate of successful completion
2 years of experience working on foreign disclosure policies, information release procedures, and security classification as they are executed at the combatant command level
Current DoD Top Secret / SCI clearance and eligible ACCM read-on.
Business Unit Profile
Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services delivers innovative technology to make the world a safer place. Our expertise in cyber, analytics and automation allow us to reach beyond what others think is possible to underpin national security and give our global customers unique solutions to solve the most pressing modern challenges -- from the cyber domain to automated operations, and from intelligent transportation solutions to creating clear insight from large volumes of data. IIS operates at nearly 550 sites in 80 countries, and is headquartered in Dulles, Virginia. The business area generated approximately $6 billion in 2016 revenues. As a global business, our leaders must have the ability to understand, embrace and operate in a multicultural world -- in the marketplace and the workplace. We strive to hire people who reflect our communities and embrace diversity and inclusion to advance our culture, develop our employees, and grow our business.
TS/SCI - Current
Type Of Job
Germany - Stuttgart
Senior Tax Manager - Foreign Tax Operations And Informational Reporting
This is an important tax role that manages and supports our growing tax team focusing on managing our foreign local income tax and non-income tax compliance, tax audits, FATCA/CDOT/CRS reporting, information reporting & withholding. You will be working closely with proactive and fast-paced team focused on providing insights and delivery of innovative solutions. Primary
•Review and/or prepare foreign tax account reconciliations under US GAAP and local statutory reporting rules •Review and monitor monthly foreign income tax accruals •Review annual income and non-income tax, estimated payments and other tax returns for our foreign operations •Provide quarterly support for ASC 740 analysis and documentation for foreign operations •Manage and review on a variety of foreign country tax matters, including foreign income and non-income tax audits, document requests from foreign offices, BEPS related requirements and compliance, etc. •Lead in FATCA/CDOT/CRS effort and assist in providing documentation and monitor progress •Managing and reviewing reporting on FATCA/CRS, and Forms 1099, 1042, 1042-S •Plays a leading and/or supporting role on transactions, projects, controversies, regulatory developments and legislative analysis depending on the circumstances and skill set required •Respond to requests from other departments timely and effectively •Research local tax issues related to operations in foreign countries •Identify and implement process improvements to gain efficiencies in the foreign local tax compliance process •Serves as an active and valued business partner in regard to tax matters •Applies professional-level technical knowledge, skills, experience, and judgment to accomplish results •Carries out assignments received in the form of objectives and works with supervisor in developing goals and action steps that will meet those objectives •Assist in other tax related projects as requested by tax management •Interact daily with all departments and counterparts •Keep abreast of current tax laws, regulations and practices. Identify changes that impact the business and communicate them to management
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business or equivalent. Advanced degree (MST/MSA) or CPA preferred. •Minimum of 7 to 8 years of professional corporate tax experience, preferably with a major public accounting firm and multi-national company •Strong tax technical skills and interpersonal Skills •Knowledge of ASC 740 income tax accounting •Excellent written and oral communication skills •Ownership of areas of responsibility and accountability in providing accurate and timely deliverables •Strong project management, vendor management and collaboration skills •Highly motivated individual with ability to multitask and complete deliverables within time constraints and deadlines •Experience with tax operations and ability to create strong support documentation of functions and drive process improvement •Action oriented and takes initiative, able to work independently with limited general supervision, effectively prioritize and maintain focused •Jurisdiction familiarity with Europe and Asia •Experience with FATCA and informational reporting & withholding is desired •Banking industry experience is a plus, but not required
Operations – Securities Division Operations – Derivatives Settlements – Foreign Exchange Settlements – Analyst – Salt Lake City
MORE ABOUT THIS JOB
Operations is a dynamic, multi-faceted division that partners with all parts of the firm to provide banking, securities, and asset management services to clients around the world. In addition, Operations provides essential risk management and controls to preserve and enhance the firm's assets and its reputation. For every new product launched and every trade executed, it is Operations that develops and manages the processes and controls that enable business flow.
Foreign Exchange Settlements is seeking a professional with strong communication skills, excellent attention to detail and the ability to work in a fast paced environment managing cash flows associated with the global foreign exchange market.
The Foreign Exchange (FX) Settlements team supports the global FX market, the team operates in a fast-paced environment, ensuring that cash flow exposures are appropriately risk managed, settled and while providing a best in class client service. In addition to a high client interaction the team regularly interacts with other areas in the firm including FX Sales & trading, Middle Office, Treasury & Liquidity and Credit.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
HOW YOU WILL FULFILL YOUR POTENTIAL
Prepare to gain a comprehensive understanding of the FX trade lifecycle and associated cash flows by interacting with trading and sales in addition to middle office, treasury and valuations
Partner with a team of settlement experts to deliver excellent client service while ensuring exposure risks are appropriately mitigated
Showcase your attention to detail and ability to manage several tasks at once by ensuring all trade economics and discrepancies are appropriately investigated and resolved, while managing client expectations and potential fail exposure
Identify process and controls improvements by leveraging constantly evolving tools that can be used to build scalability without introducing new risks
Grow with the team; develop a deep understanding of the businesses that are supported, the market landscape that can drive innovation and change, and how you can play a role in the team
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Proven analytical skills, problem solving ability, and a control mentality paired with meticulous attention to detail
Aptitude for building relationships and ability to communicate complex issues to a wide array of internal clients with differing levels of FX experience
Self-motivated and proactive team player who takes ownership and accountability of projects, has strong organizational skills as well as the ability to effectively manage competing priorities
Flexible and able to work well under pressure in a team environment
ABOUT GOLDMAN SACHS
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and individuals. Founded in 1869, the firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in all major financial centers around the world.© The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., 2018. All rights reserved Goldman Sachs is an equal employment/affirmative action employer Female/Minority/Disability/Vet.
Senior IS Business Solution Consultant GTS Foreign Trade (Virtual-Ny/Nj Metro Area)
Job Field: ITSE - Information Technology & Services Location:
Florham Park, NJ, US Company: BASF Corporation Job Type: Standard Job ID:
EN_US_1801309 We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, citizenship, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, disability status, gender identity or expression, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Description At BASF, we create chemistry through the power of connected minds. By balancing economic success with environmental protection and social responsibility, we are building a more sustainable future through chemistry.
As the world’s leading chemical company, we help our customers in nearly every industry meet the current and future needs of society through science and innovation. We provide a challenging and rewarding work environment and are always working to form the best team—especially from within, through an emphasis on lifelong learning and development. And we are constantly striving to become an even better place to work.
BASF has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of America’s Best Employers in 2016. Come join us on our journey to create solutions for a sustainable future! Where the Chemistry Happens… Professionals in Procurement bring to their roles the following skills: a strong working knowledge of procurement operations and enterprise resource planning; good market knowledge; contract negotiation and management.
BASF is currently seeking a Business Solutions Consultant to work virtually within the NY Metropolitan area Business Solution Consultant for SAP GTS (Global Trade Services) 1801309 Formula for Success: You Will… Consult and support the customer when dealing with more complex IT application questions. Consult and support IT analysis, (process and/or data) modeling, consulting, and optimization of more complex business solutions and business models.
Execute studies in the preliminary stage of projects, including evaluation of purchased software. Execute more complex prototyping/configuration and testing of new business solutions based on dedicated BASF business requirements while ensuring quality. Provide structured acceptance, analysis and description of more complex customer requirements for all BASF.
Support and/or steer the formulation of more complex cost estimates for solution Design efforts and for all other relevant project phases as integral part of the project life cycle planning process. Create more complex analyses of requirements, including corresponding target group-oriented presentation of the concepts. Lead and steer smaller projects/subprojects/assignments including collaboration with internal business partners and external companies Coach less experienced employees.
Actively participate in innovation management, Create Your Own Chemistry: What We Offer You… Adding value to our customers begins with adding value to you. You@BASF is the suite of benefits, perks, programs and unique opportunities we offer to support you—the whole you—in all stages of your life and career.
With you@BASF, you create your own chemistry. The total rewards that you receive as a BASF employee go way beyond a paycheck. From competitive health and insurance plans, to robust retirement benefits that include company-matching contributions, to making sure you never stop learning, we believe investing in you is investing in our success.
Working for a large, global organization, you’ll have a chance to grow professionally and personally, expand your network and build a rewarding and dynamic career. Qualifications - BASF recognizes institutions of Higher Education which are accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or equivalent Ingredients for Success: What We Look For in You… Bachelor’s Degree is required; a degree in Business IT or Business Economics with emphasis on IT or Informatics with an emphasis on business economics, a strong plus.
Must have 5+ years of strong and broad business experience in Supply Chain 5+ years of SAP transactional and/or configuration experience within SAP GTS Experience in user requirements, analysis, design, development and implementation of SAP GTS functionalities. Order-to-Cash and P2P: Expertise in configuration, customizing, modification and support of shipping/transportation Processes.
Cross functional knowledge in SAP-TM, Billing, Procurement, Sales etc Writing Functional Specification(FSD’s) for User Exits, Custom Reports, Interfaces, Enhancements and Forms. Experience on EDI/IDOCs/XMLs Experience with third party systems that interact with SAP systems preferred. SAP ABAP knowledge/experience is required on analytical level Must have excellent communication skills both oral and written.
Must be able to work independently. Must be able to mentor junior team members. Must be able to work within a global / virtual team.
Director, Foreign Exchange
GENERAL FUNCTION: Leadership or high performing individual contributor role, working on
transactions. Focus should be directed on client production, deepening client relationships,
prospect conversion, value added capital market andbankcrosssellandintegration. Develop
relationships with senior executives both inside the bank and at our clients and prospects.
Participate in pitching, managing and closing complex financial transactions.
Responsible and accountable for risk by openly exchanging ideas and opinions, elevating concerns, and personally following policies and procedures as defined. Accountable for always doing the right thing for customers and colleagues, and ensures thatactions and behaviors drive a positive customer experience. While operating within the Bank's risk appetite, achieves results by consistently identifying, assessing, managing, monitoring, and reporting risks of all types.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
. Develop and maintain relationships with internal and external clients focused on the delivery of
advice and analysis to those clients around strategic capital markets issues and opportunities.
. Work as part of a team with the Relationship Managers, Investment Bankers and other Capital
Market partners to deliver solutions that generate capital markets revenue from clients and
. Manage and prioritize a pipeline of opportunities generated from the coverage of a specified
geography or lines of business
. Provide evaluation and prioritization for the execution of capital markets transactions crossing
multiple product lines.
. Work with Team Leads, R/M's, Investment Bankers and other members of the Commercial team
to provide training around the effort to identify and address capital markets opportunities in the
. Create and deliver value-added financial analysis and strategic advice to the targeted universe
prospects and clients.
. Provide leadership or consultation around the creation and delivery of capital markets
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Providing employees timely, candid and constructive
performance feedback; developing employees to their fullest potential by providing challenging
opportunities; developing the appropriate talent pooltoensureadequatebenchstrength and succession
planning; recognizing and rewarding employees for accomplishments.
MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS REQUIRED:
. 10+ years of experience in Capital Markets with a specific concentration in the execution,
structuring and delivery of risk management products.
. Strong working knowledge in all asset classes both domestic and global
. Proven track record of success in working as a part of a team to originate, and close complex financial transactions.
. Leadership experience and history of involvement in key decisions around a growing financial
. Excellent presentation skills, both oral and written.
. Strong mentoring and leadership skills.
. MBA, CFA or the functional equivalent preferred
German - Cargo Reservation Specialist Foreign Language
German - Cargo Reservation Specialist Foreign Language
Req #: CGO00000019-BS
Location: Houston, TXUS
Job Category:Airport Operations / Cargo
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Whether they're delivering suitcases, packages or mail, United Cargo transports goods safely and responsibly to their final destination.
Job overview and responsibilities
Support the EMEIA cargo internal and external customers with bookings and support related questions
The successful candidate will need to be able to speak, read and write in German
Help maintain service level standards, by answering phones in a timely and professional manner
Provide accurate information to customers, as it pertains to rules, regulations, rates and acceptance of all cargo products while providing excellent customer service to internal/external customers
Book EMEIA International cargo shipments, for external and internal customers
Track and trace cargo shipments, within the United system as needed
High school diploma or GED equivalent
Must be able to speak, read and write German
Must be able to complete a full-time 6-week training class with a 90% or better passing grade
Will be required to attend additional and re-current training classes as needed
Proven decision making skills, including follow-up and follow-through skills
Successful individual should be detail oriented and be able to make good judgment calls when necessary
Minimum typing skills of 20 wpm
Excellent customer service skills required, with 2-3 years of customer service experience
Must be willing to work in a 24-hour operation, 365 days per year, including the working of Holidays
Flexibility is a must, as your work hours and days may change up to 4 times per year
Must be legally authorized to work in the United States for any employer without sponsorship
Successful completion of interview required to meet job qualification
Reliable, punctual attendance is an essential function of the position
Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled/LGBT
Contingent Foreign Military Sales (Fms) Support Analysts (Japan In-Country)
JOB LOCATION: San Diego, CA
JOB CODE: 9923650
Imagine One Technology & Management is currently seeking both senior and mid-level Japan In-Country Support Analysts “contingent” on award of the associated work to the Imagine One Team. This position supports the US Navy in San Diego, CA and Japan.
- Three (3) years’ program management experience directly supporting a Department of Defense (DoD) program office at a major systems acquisition command.
- Five (5) years’ program management experience directly supporting a Department of Defense (DoD) program office at a major systems acquisition command.
- Completion of a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university.
- Completion of Defense Institute for Security Assistance Management (DISAM)/Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies (DISCS) International Programs Security Requirements course (or equivalent course offered by a commercial vendor which covers the same or similar information).
- Possess proficiency in spoken and written Japanese to the degree necessary to accurately and promptly translate written and spoken communication between American English and Japanese, and be experienced with Japanese culture and customs to the degree necessary to conduct themselves appropriately in business meetings and interactions.
- Japanese language proficiency and subject matter expertise in Japanese culture and customs should be substantiated with specific examples performing relevant tasks such as translation services, living and working in Japan for three or more years, providing Japanese cultural expertise to a government or commercial organization. This list is not exhaustive, yet are examples of what the Government may consider sufficient.
- U.S. Citizenship required
- Secret Clearance
*Imagine One “Contingent” offers for employment may stipulate that one or more requirements be satisfied before final commitment between candidate and Imagine One is established; namely, award of contract to the Imagine One Team. Contingent requirements vary and mayalso include, but not be limited to additional factors (i.e., the position still being available after negotiations with the Government; final approval of your qualifications by the Government; or ability to successfully acquire and/or transfer a DoD security clearance).
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