Foundation Maker Job Description Sample
Foundation Relations Officer II, Office Of Foundation Relations
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree (advanced degree preferred); at least three years' relevant experience with frontline fund-raising, foundations, or corporations; ability to independently organize, set priorities for, and manage multiple projects and relationships simultaneously in a fast-paced and proactive office; excellent oral and written communication skills ability; to digest and effectively communicate scientific and technical content to lay audiences, both orally and in writing; ability to work effectively and collaboratively with senior leaders, deans, faculty members, program staff, and RD colleagues to achieve fund-raising goals; and discretion with confidential information. Experience in an academic setting, with private foundations/philanthropic organizations, and/or with federal sources of support preferred; as is familiarity with prospect research methods and tools. Job #17366-10
Some travel may be required.
FOUNDATION RELATIONS OFFICER II, Resource Development (RD)-Office of Foundation Relations (OFR), to assume a position that entails both internal work across campus with faculty and administrative staff and external work with philanthropic organizations across the U.S., and occasionally internationally, with the aim of ultimately helping OFR raise significant funds for MIT. Will maintain primary responsibility for all interactions, strategy development, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship with a designated portfolio of foundations that are able to give at $5M+. Responsibilities include working across campus and with staff in Resource Development to coordinate and execute fund-raising plans for specific foundations, including establishing and cultivating relationships with foundation staff; developing and implementing targeted strategies for selected projects in need of support from private foundations; and liaising with specific MIT initiatives, schools, and programs as assigned and facilitate their connection to appropriate foundation partners.
Bottle Maker Development Program
Bottle Maker Development Program
Fishers, Indiana, US
Job ID: 13697
Estimated Travel: 25 - 50%
Talent Area: Human Resources
Ardagh Group is a global leader in glass and metal packaging solutions, producing packaging for the world's leading food, beverage and consumer care brands. Ardagh Group has a truly global presence. We operate 109 glass and metal manufacturing facilities in 22 countries, employing approxmately 23,500 people and have global sales of approxmately US$8.2 bn.
At Ardagh we have a reputation for innovation; pushing the boundaries of what's possible, pioneering new production methods, new design techniques and new ways to recycle and save energy. The unprecedented growth of our business has been driven by our unrivalled expertise, obsession with quality and commitment to continuous improvement.
We strongly believe that the success of our business depends on the success of our people. We strive to create working environments where our employees feel valued, can work to their full potential and where their achievements are celebrated. We are creating an exciting future for Ardagh that is built on our core values of trust, teamwork and excellence and we have opportunities in a wide variety of disciplines across our organization.
For more information on Ardagh Group, please visit www.ardaghgroup.com
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Do you like to solve problems, build and fix equipment, and not mind getting your hands dirty? Ardagh Glass Inc has an oportunity for you to add a tremendous value to our organization and our customers. The Bottle Maker Development Program (BMDP) is a unique initiative within Ardagh Group's Technical Training program for developing skilled Bottle Makers within the company. It is designed to provide solid glass manufacturing experience for hands-on individuals who are seeking a career.
The objective of the BMDP Program is to provide a broad manufacturing experience and a sound understanding of the glass composition and production process, including technical, quality, safety, and supervisory skills during an intense 48-month program of work assignments and related technical and non-technical seminars that will lay a strong foundation for becoming an expert in bottle making.
Bottle Maker Program participants will become assimilated into the Ardagh Group organization by participating in a comprehensive orientation program. BMDP participantswill be assigned to a technical mentor and various plant locations to begin their intense rotation within the glass manufacturing operation. BMDPs will be exposed to every functional department and also work on special assignments to help the plants meet goals and satisfy the needs of customers in a lean six sigma approach.
Ideal candidates must possess a minimum of a high school degree. Associate's degree or certification in a technical / mechanical or related discipline is preferred but will consider years of work experience.
Must be motivated by solving problems and have strong problem-solving skills.
Must have a willingness to learn, take initiative and accept challenging and difficult projects.
Must have the commitment and drive to excel as an individual technical lead and team player.
Must be flexible and willing to change in dynamic manufacturing environment.
Must be able to make sound timely decisions and understand how those decisions impact the overall operation.
Must have good communication and relational skills, as well as having strong organizational, planning and time management skills.
Must have reasoning ability, decision making and implementation skills and work effectively and efficiently in a fast-paced and demanding environment.
Must be committed to a 4-year program to become a Master Bottle Maker for Ardagh Group.
Working Environment and Conditions:
Must be willing to work rotating shifts in a plant manufacturing environment with exposure to heat, fumes and moving machinery.
Requires a significant amount of walking and climbing stairs.
Required to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), such as hearing and eye protection, steel toe boots, as well as additional PPE as required.
Must be flexible and mobile with the ability to relocate within the company.
Must be willing to travel for required training and plant assignments on regular basis up to 50%.
Comply with all Food, Safety and Environmental regulations established by OSHA and the company.
Must have a legal right to work in the United States and a valid driver's license.
Our Vision and Values
The people that make up Ardagh Group share much more than a strong brand and an excellent reputation. We each share a common vision: to be the preferred packaging partner to the world's leading brands. We will achieve our vision by delivering customer innovation, providing an inspirational environment for our people and creating sustainable value for our business through its growth and development.
Ardagh Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
Associate Director, Corporate And Foundation Relations, External Relations And Development
Reporting to the Director of Corporate Relations, the Associate Director supports the strategy, data analysis, and information management in support of the Corporate Relations team. The Associate Director will work to build internal relationships with departments across the School to create holistic snapshots of corporate engagement at the School level, and identify areas to increase engagement and giving, particularly for the School's Centers and Programs.
The Associate Director will provide research and proposal support to two front-line gift officers, including prospect research, report and proposal production, and operational and analytical leadership to create a pipeline for corporate fundraising and engagement for Centers, Programs, the School's Annual Dinner, and the Pan-International Forum. The Associate Director's responsibilities will include overseeing gift processing and reporting. The ideal candidate will meet core and partnership values of teamwork, integrity, accountability, and respect.
1.Provide data and business analytics related to the strategy, implementation, and operations of the Corporate Relations team. Identify new data collection and analytics methods to support the creation of a pipeline for corporate philanthropy and a holistic picture of corporate engagement across the business school. Liaise with the offices of Career Management, Admissions, and Executive Education to aggregate data on corporate relationships.
2.Research and write relationship memos on high-value corporate prospects in support of the team's efforts to increase gifts greater than $100,000. Draft proposals as requested in support of the Corporate Relations leadership team.
3.Provide crucial oversight to a team coordinator, and support to team leadership, in the development of a 3,000-person invitation database for the School's signature fundraising event?the Annual Dinner.
4.Oversee the production and execution of invitation correspondence over a nine-month period. Work closely with the frontline fundraising teams to execute, track, and manage high-touch outreach to hundreds of assigned prospects. The dinner draws over 800 attendees and raises $3 million per year.
5.Oversee production, compilation, and analysis of gift report and lists as required, including year-end reconciliation reports and outstanding pledges; oversee the annual donor report creation process for corporate partners.
6.Serve as External Relations liaison to at least two Business School Centers.
7.Perform special projects to support the rest of the team and the External Relations department as required. Minimum Qualifications for Grade
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience required. Minimum 3-5 years related experience required. Additional Position-Specific Minimum Qualifications
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Minimum 3-5 years related experience with data analysis and reporting, with direct experience supporting a fundraising office preferred. Excellent organization, communication, and interpersonal skills required; clear judgment essential.
Strong people management, research, writing, and computer skills necessary; experience with spreadsheet applications and database management required. Must be able to work overtime, evenings, and weekends when needed. Special Instructions Preferred Qualifications Essential Functions Additional Essential Functions (Limit to 3950 characters.) Special Indications
This position works with: There are no special indications for this position
Executive Director Of Corporate, Foundation And Research Relations
Requisition Number: 29261 Job Title: ADVANCEMENT OFFICER IV Working Title: Executive Director of Corporate, Foundation and Research Relations Salary: Salary to commensurate with skills, knowledge and experience Job Type: Career Department Name: 4045-DEVELOPMENT Department Website URL: www.developmentcareers.ucla.edu Job Summary Statement: The Executive Director will provide leadership, oversight and strategic direction to professional development staff developing and implementing comprehensive development efforts for the unit of Corporate, Foundation and Research Relations. This individual will develop long term strategies aimed at large companies and foundations where business and philanthropic interest may reach beyond a single discipline or research topic. The Executive Director will establish close working relationships with departmental heads and faculty and will become thoroughly familiar with activities and research interests in order to develop research and philanthropic partnerships with industries that lead to gifts, grants, contracts, etc. This individual will provide research on current funding activities of specific companies and foundations and facilitate introduction of appropriate campus personnel to companies and foundations. The Executive Director will manage a portfolio of the campus' most complex and important corporate and foundation partners and will work with leadership, volunteers and donors to identify new prospective corporate donors. This individual will collaborate closely with campus units to provide leadership, partnership, consultation and/or support as appropriate with regards to specific corporate and foundation prospects and/or general corporate and foundation fundraising strategies. Additionally, this position will work with the Associate Vice Chancellor, Development on campus-wide or multi-disciplinary projects where appropriate, especially those with special appeal to corporate or foundation support. Percentage of Time: 100 Shift Start: 8:00 am Shift End: 5:00 pm Qualifications for Position
15 Records Qualifications Required/Preferred
1.Seven years of increasingly responsible experience in foundation and corporate fundraising in a higher education setting and/or similar experience in a nonprofit, industry relations or related environment working with corporate and foundation funders.
2.Strong understanding of funding frameworks for private foundations with a demonstrated ability to conceptualize and implement appropriate, individualized strategies for the cultivation and solicitation of corporate and foundation prospects.
3.Demonstrated experience in soliciting high-level gifts and/or other solicitations of a similar nature, level and complexity.
4.Management and administrative skills to organize, direct, motivate and evaluate professional staff and volunteers.
5.Demonstrated experience with budget preparation and resource management.
6.Demonstrated ability to conceptualize and implement marketing, communications, and operations support services including the ability to envision and articulate future direction.
7.Outstanding organizational skills and ability to exercise initiative, work proactively, and accept responsibility.
8.Ability to navigate and thrive in a complex and dynamic environment, managing conflicting priorities and coordinating multiple tasks.
9.Advanced written communication skills to communicate campus priorities and concerns by letter and proposal to senior corporate and foundation executives. Exceptional written, oral and interpersonal communication skills, including political acumen, to build and maintain effective partnerships at all organizational levels and with outside constituencies.
10. Proven strong team-building skills, creating liaisons with campus development colleagues, academic and administrative leadership, and faculty to develop effective cultivation and solicitation strategies.
11. Familiarity with rapidly evolving issues related to corporate and foundation relations and higher education funding, finance and compliance.
12. Ability to travel and work nights and weekends as required.
13. Knowledge of UCLA and its philanthropic history is preferred.
14. Prior experience in a capital campaign is preferred.
15. Advanced degree is preferred.
Preferred Additional Posting Information Bargaining Unit: 99-Policy Covered Application Deadline: 05-31-2019 External Posting Date: Quicklink To Posting: hr.mycareer.ucla.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=74899 Special Instructions:
Contact information: Number of Positions: Special Employment Designations/ Requirements Per UC Policy Conflict of Interest:
N/A Critical: Continued employment contingent upon completion of satisfactory background investigation. Driving Record: N/A E-Verify Check:
Certain positions funded by federal contracts/subcontracts requires UCLA to notify job applicants that an E-Verify check will be conducted and the successful candidate must pass the E-Verify check.
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Is this position designated as a mandatory reporter under CANRA? No Other Special Employment
Position is subject to performance standards and other requirements of the University wide Police Policies and Administrative Procedures.
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Foundation Events Coordinator
At WellStar we all share common goals. That's what makes us so successful – and such an integral part of our communities.
We want the same things, for our organization, for our patients, and for our colleagues. As the most integrated healthcare provider in Georgia, this means we pride ourselves on investing in the communities that we serve. We continue to provide innovative care models, focused on improving quality and access to healthcare.
Responsible for the Foundation's overall events, corporate engagement & stewardship strategy & planning. The position directs the execution of all fundraising events to include sponsorship cultivation and management of event budgets and performance. Also responsible for event plan development and execution for community events on behalf of WellStar Foundation.
Required Minimum Education: : Bachelor's degree required in development, communication, business administration, marketing, non-profit management or related field
Required Minimum Certification: Raiser's Edge Fundamentals
Required Minimum Experience: at least five years of fundraising, corporate relations, and event management experience. Experience with healthcare fundraising preferred
Required Minimum Skills:
Proficiency in Raiser's Edge and MS Office.
Tool Maker C
OverviewPerforms machine shop work for the repair and maintenance of dies, molds, and related equipment. Responsibilities- Assembles, disassembles, inspects cleans, repairs, and reassembles tools and dies according to established procedures and utilizing one or more of the following: hand tools, pneumatic tools, grinders, lathes, mills, EDM's, calipers, veneers, and metric rulers. Ensures that the tools and dies meet established written and verbal specifications.
Maintains tooling maintenance records on all tools, dies, and related equipment on forms provided.
Diagnoses die problems by reading and inspecting blueprints and discussing the problems with Metal Stamping, Quality Assurance or Molding personnel as well as Supervisor or Manager.
Provides instruction and guidance to Tool & Die Maker A's and assists in their training (internal or state approved apprenticeship).
Operates and setups various types of machining equipment.
May program EDM machines using ladder logic/PLCs in order to fabricate tools and equipment.
May program CNC Milling machines using various software applications.
Polishes steel mold blocks according to prints in order to establish dimensions.
Utilizes computer viewer to obtain mold dimensions and specifications.
Sets up and operates metal removing machines to fabricate components of tools and / or dies to specified tolerances.
May plan and complete special machine shop or fabrication projects as required.
May meet with representatives of other departments to diagnose, plan and meet their tooling (die and/or mold) needs.
May be assigned additional duties and/or special projects by the Supervisor and/or Manager. Qualifications- Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma or GED, and 5-8 years experience with molds. Two year technical or trade school degree preferred.
General knowledge of molds including: how to assembly and disassemble components of a molds, wiring of a hot runner system and polishing techniques.
Must be able to complete forms and checklists and read and understand work standards, blueprints, and technical drawings.
Knowledge of progressive tool & die making procedures and ability to work within close tolerances, desired.
Ability to fabricate tools and dies, desired.
Advanced mathematical skills (i.e., algebra, trigonometry).
May have to work overtime and may be assigned to other shifts based on company needs. Company OverviewAbout our Company
Canon Virginia, Inc. located in Newport News, Virginia is a global manufacturer for Canon's office and consumer products. Our innovative and efficient production methods along with our environmental commitment make us a leading global manufacturer. Since opening our doors in 1985, Canon Virginia has provided world class manufacturing services. It is the policy of Canon Virginia, Inc. (CVI) to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, creed, color, age, sex, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, national origin, or physical/mental disability except where there is a bona fide occupational qualification. This policy relates to all phases of recruitment, employment, compensation, benefits administration and participation in company sponsored employee activities. This includes hiring, promotions, demotions, transfers, layoffs, recall, training and terminations. Employment practices will conform to all federal, state and local laws on non-discrimination. http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/ofccpost.htm
Short Run Machinist And Tool Maker
General Description of Job:Supports product manufacturing and research and development by constructing and repairing tooling and machining special or short run parts. Tool makers build, design and repair dies, jigs, and tools. A short run machinist will fabricate small quantities of required proto-type, modified or specialty parts as required using many types of mechanical skills. Tool makers must be able to work to close tolerance and apply knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, and layout and machining procedures to produce quality precision parts and tools
Monday through Friday, full-time position with flexible 1st shift hours.
- Read and understand drawings and specifications
- Visualize and sketch shape of die, part, or tools needed to the extent required to process the required work
- Computes dimensions of assembly and plans sequence of operations
- Sets up and operates machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, shapers, EDM, and grinders, to fabricate parts
- Smooth and polish flat and contoured surfaces of parts or tools, using scrapers, abrasive stones, files, emery cloth, or power grinder
- Set or program heat-treating furnaces as required for proper heat treat operations. This person is responsible for performing proper heat treat processes and obtaining expected results
- Repairs or modifies tools and dies, using machine tools and hand tools
- Designs simple tools, jigs, fixtures, and templates for use as work aids
- Organize supply needs and documentation needed for tooling maintenance and duplication of prior work
- Sets up and verify production operations for production personnel when required
- Operates power press and machines to test completed dies or tooling. Analyze tooling problems and make necessary corrections
- Inspects tooling for smoothness, contour conformity, and defects by touch or visually, using loupe, comparator, microscope or other measuring equipment
- Work as a team with the machine shop, engineering, production and other departments
- Inspect for quality in all aspects of different jobs
- Clean work areas
- Other duties as needed
- Detail and precision oriented
- Knowledge of shop math
- Metal and other material fabricating characteristics and processes
- Machine operation and maintenance
- Machining setup, operation of measuring equipment, computers, and conversational CNC programming
- Excellent communication skills
- Quality, safety, and team/independent working
- Willingness to take on new skills and willingness to improve skills and abilities; positive attitude, people skills, and time-management
Clean and climate controlled (air condition and heat)
Safe and casual work environment that no hearing protection is required due to low noise
Safety glasses and hearing protection provided, for required areas
High School Diploma or equivalent preferred but not required
Years of Experience
1-3 years preferred but not required
Additional skills that are helpful but not required:
- Advanced computerized machine programming
- CAD-CAM programming and job setup
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin, and protected veteran status, or disability status
Technical Program Manager, Facebook App Mobile Foundation (App Health)
In this role, you will own mobile platform innovation for the Facebook Android and iOS apps. You will drive key metrics for the user experience, product performance and reliability, and get to play a key role across multiple products and mobile infrastructure. The team is seeking a person with a strong technical background, preferably someone who has experience building mobile products that are fast and reliable. We greatly value excellent interpersonal skills, including relationship building and collaboration within diverse and cross-functional teams for this role.
- Partner closely with engineering leads and cross-functional disciplines to evolve Facebook's performance and reliability strategy.
Drive company-wide goals for performance and/or reliability for the Facebook mobile apps (iOS and Android).
Provide hands-on program management during analysis, design, development, testing, implementation, and post implementation phases across multiple product and infrastructure teams.
Help teams understand and balance dependencies between performance, efficiency, and product functionality.
Provide day-to-day execution support and guidance for engineering projects, coordinating efforts across organizations and verticals.
Communicate project status to stakeholders and various key teams around the organization.
Drive internal process improvements across multiple teams and functions.
Help drive product, mobile infrastructure and tooling decisions to align with higher company initiatives.
- B.S. in Computer Science, EE or equivalent experience.
At least two years of technical product or program management experience.
Experience communicating and translating non-technical to technical (and vice versa) requirements and discussions.
Experience working across multiple cross-functional teams and collaborating on solutions.
Technical knowledge and/or experience in:
Android & iOS development
Optimizing software latency and efficiency
Network infrastructure & connectivity
Large-scale distributed systems
Facebook is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at email@example.com.
Director Of Development - Foundation
Edmonds Community College is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. The college values its talented, diverse workforce and seeks to attract, hire, and support employees who consistently and actively embrace diversity and equity. Edmonds Community College is an equal opportunity employer. Edmonds Community College invites all individuals to apply and as an equal opportunity employer, we also encourage individuals from diverse backgrounds and groups to apply for this position.
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT
ABOUT EDMONDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE:
Edmonds CC is a comprehensive, public two-year institution of higher education committed to teaching, learning and community. The college is dedicated to inclusive excellence and is guided by innovation, equity and inclusion, and a global perspective. Edmonds CC offers Transfer, Professional-Technical, Pre-College (including Adult Basic Education, High School Completion, and English as a Second Language), and Continuing Education programs to approximately 20,000 students each year. The 50-acre campus is just 17 miles north of Seattle in the greater Pacific Northwest. The college is the fourth largest institution in a system of 34 community and technical colleges in Washington. Edmonds CC has more than 1,500 employees, including 137 full-time faculty and 362 part-time associate faculty. The college serves approximately 10,000 students per quarter, where 39% are students of color, and 13% are international students from more than 60 countries.
DESCRIPTION: The Director of Development will be responsible for managing and executing annual giving campaigns, appeals, corporate and major gifts plus alumni relations designed to increase financial support for the Edmonds Community College Foundation. The successful candidate will possess strong critical thinking, project management, and leadership skills. This is an exempt position reporting to the Executive Director of the Foundation. The Director of Development is a lead development position for the Foundation team, working collaboratively with the Executive Director, Major Gifts Officer, Special Events Manager, Program Manager, and the Foundation board of directors in initiating and growing philanthropy support, key fundraising events, and the STEM capital campaign. The Director of Development helps Edmonds CC fulfill its mission, Teaching Learning & Community, by providing resources that help improve access in support of student success and program excellence.
Responsibilities will include:
Establishing fundraising goals, objectives and strategies in consultation with the Executive Director.
Managing a portfolio of annual giving prospects from identification, cultivation, solicitation & stewardship.
Developing and implementing an effective annual giving program including direct mail, online, social media and mobile giving, electronic appeals, in-honor and in-memory, and peer-to-peer fundraising.
Expanding the corporate partnership program that includes soliciting corporate sponsorships from local businesses and the community.
Coordinating and growing employee giving including recruiting the campus giving committee members and implementing strategy for the the annual campus giving campaign.
Helping lead the design and implementation of a Foundation marketing, branding and communications plan to include newsletters, collateral material, web content, social media, mobile devices and annual reports.
Overseeing the donor stewardship processes and activities including gift acknowledgement and database management.
Helping grow the alumni association including recruiting alumni committee volunteers, planning quarterly events, and working with distinguished alumni.
Providing staff support for Foundation committees and donor relations activities (cultivation and stewardship receptions).
Increasing public and private foundation funding which includes working with the Executive Director of Grants Development to generate new funding sources for the Foundation.
Assist with cultivating major donors for the new STEM campaign and working with the campaign steering committee.
Assuming management of special projects as assigned by the Executive Director.
For information on how to apply, please see Application Procedures and Required Documents, below.
NCR Foundation Intern
NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR) is the global leader in consumer transaction technologies, turning everyday interactions with businesses into exceptional experiences. With its software, hardware, and portfolio of services, NCR enables nearly 700 million transactions daily across retail, financial, travel, hospitality, telecom and technology, and small business. NCR solutions run the everyday transactions that make your life easier. NCR is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, with nearly 30,000 employees and does business in 180 countries.
Now is an exciting time to join NCR. We are leading the future of connected experiences. A career here means making a difference in the world, embracing change and innovation, and always seeking new adventures.
Are you in?
NCR Summer Internship Program
May 13th – August 2nd at our cutting-edge World HQ in Midtown Atlanta
Interesting, challenging, and real project work
Engagement with NCR leaders throughout opportunity
Exciting social and professional development events
Potential to be considered for a full-time opportunity
Currently enrolled as a university student
Pursuing a degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Business or related field
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Good team player
Desire to learn and willingness to take on a wide range of assignments
Integrated into our shared values is NCR's commitment to diversity. NCR is committed to being a globally inclusive company where all people are treated fairly, recognized for their individuality, promoted based on performance and encouraged to strive to reach their full potential. We believe in understanding and respecting differences among all people. NCR does not discriminate in employment based on sex, age, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, military service, genetic information, or any other characteristic or conduct protected by law. Every individual at NCR has an ongoing responsibility to respect and support a globally diverse environment.
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To ALL recruitment agencies: NCR only accepts resumes from agencies on the NCR preferred supplier list. Please do not forward resumes to our applicant tracking system, NCR employees, or any NCR facility. NCR is not responsible for any fees or charges associated with unsolicited resumes.
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