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Team Leader, Foundation Operations - Mount Carmel Foundation - Corporate Services Center
Expected Weekly Hours:
At Mount Carmel, we work to continuously inspire one another. Here, all are welcome. It is this culture of humility and compassion that sets Mount Carmel apart. We see the big picture and do the right thing. That means a dedication to the well-being of both our colleagues and the patients they serve.
Job Description Details:
The Supervisor of Foundation Operations oversees all Foundation gift processing; supervises full-time gift coordinator, serves as the Foundation's primary liaison with MCHS Finance department for month-end close & Foundation budget processes; oversees, Foundation Allocations internal-grant making processes, including grant applications; grant processing; accounts payable activities for all Foundation expenses; serves as the primary contact with the Foundation Allocations Committee of our Foundation Board of Trustees.
Supervision of the Foundation gift processing function and the gift coordinator. Ensure the timely processing of over 25,000 gift transactions annually and entry into the Foundation's donor data management BBCRM system as well as help prioritize special projects & report requests to other staff members;
Production of periodic pledge reminders, pledge status reports.
Preparation of donor stewardship year-end endowment fund balance statements to our
Serve as the Foundation's primary conduit with Mount Carmel Finance to ensure timely and accurate production of gift receipt records, which are critical to Mount Carmel Finance's
ability to meet month-end closure deadlines;
Responsibility for the Foundation annual operating budget in consultation with the President and interface with the MCHS Budgetteam;
Oversees $6 million in charitable grants annually to Mount Carmel entities;
Responsible for the coordination & preparation for the Foundation Board of Trustees quarterly Allocations Committee meeting; including all grant application processes; Creation and distribution of grant funding agreements with MCHS grantees;
Tracking unrestricted spending limits & capital pool thresholds and the quarterly briefing to the Allocations Committee chairman.
Produces monthly financial reports on gift performance as well as tracking on overall Allocations outcomes;
Generates reports of major projects funded as needed to team members, hospital leadership;
Supervision of work-study students & the coordination of their job responsibilities & duties within the Foundation;
All other duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelors degree in business; accounting with emphasis in non-profit
organizations and finance.
Experience: At least 3 years experience in non profit organization finances and accounting
Experience with non-profit software
Ability to organize, plan and manage financial responsibilities of the Foundation
Ability to create operating budgets and review financial reports
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Mount Carmel and all its affiliates are proud to be equal opportunity employers. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation or physical ability.
Trinity Health's Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Trinity Health employs more than 120,000 colleagues at dozens of hospitals and hundreds of health centers in 21 states. Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences, and health practices of the communities tha
Manager Philanthropy-Corporate And Foundation Giving
In conjunction with NMF leadership and department Director, sets annual programmatic and financial goals for NMF. Develops and implements short- and long-term objectives to meet those goals, in partnership with staff across business units; Identifies donor opportunities and prospects, as well as cultivates, solicits and stewards donors; Demonstrates program expertise and clear leadership with the ability to manage both program and team members, articulating concise deliverables and adapting to the evolving needs of both; Demonstrates strong ability to illustrate and effectively present complex and planning scenarios at a variety of technical levels to advisors, colleagues and donors/prospects; Develops personalized strategies and a cultivation/education plan for talking with individuals about giving opportunities.
This includes but is not limited to phone calls, letters, personal visits, seminars and small group meetings; Advises NMF and appropriate NMHC colleagues and leadership on strategies and opportunities for making giving options available to our donors, board members and other prospects; Demonstrate expertise in the solicitation of sponsorships and auction items for selected fundraising events, provide oversight of team(s) supporting the logistics and other operational support for fundraising, stewardship and cultivation events, and act as a liaison between NMF and volunteer fundraising partners; Produces and interprets reports from the donor database. Through internal analysis, outreach and individual cultivation, qualifies annual fund donors and other prospects in an effort to identify planned giving prospects, in collaboration with annual and major gift officers; Supports stewardship outreach to donors and other marketing or educational outreach materials; Develops and manages operating budget and applicable policies; utilize cost-benefit analysis to maximize fundraising outcomes; and utilize meaningful metrics to assess outcomes and achieve goals; S/he will exemplify the NM values of patients first, integrity, excellence and teamwork; Other duties as assigned.
Ensure understanding of NMHC and NMF strategic objectives as well as external market and impact of all on goal-setting and team strategies for success; Engage in activities and processes necessary to support fundraising activities of NMF which include donor development, stewardship, solicitation and general relationship management of NMF donors; Understand, develop and execute appropriate goal-oriented fundraising and donor cultivation strategies which may include annual giving, planned giving, principal and major giving, and/or events; Qualify funding priorities with clinical leaders, care providers and system functions to ensure need, clinical and system project engagement, and stewardship plan; Develop and sustain relationships with NU and other campus partners to strengthen institutional knowledge and create opportunities for collaboration to philanthropically support patient and program needs at NM; Develop goals and objectives for self and direct reports which are aligned with NMF strategic initiatives and/or organizational goals and institute measures for goal attainment; Identify, support and develop high-functioning team members through accessibility, accountability and communication.
Provide clear guidance allowing team members to excel individually as well as together as a cohesive unit with shared goals; Develop individual goals for each direct report and conduct regular progress meetings and formal performance evaluations; prepare and maintain documentation to support any progressive corrective action; Prepare operating and capital budgets designed to meet individual, departmental and organizational strategies and goals; recommend and implement new initiatives and improvements to existing programs; will utilize meaningful metrics to assess outcomes and achieve goals; Monitor financial performance versus operating budget and ensure that payroll and accounts payable invoices are reviewed, approved, coded and processed on a timely basis; Oversee donor restricted funds and serve as a liaison to fund managers, hospital administrators and donors; Support fundraising efforts of affiliated organizations and other volunteer partners where appropriate; Oversee a team focused on sponsorship procurement and logistical production of fundraising, stewardship and cultivation events; Participate in professional development opportunities to continuously strengthen leadership capabilities; Exemplify the NM values of patients first, integrity, excellence and teamwork; Maintain organization-wide and departmental policies and procedures relevant to areas of responsibility; Ensure departmental compliance with regulations, statutes and other applicable laws regarding operations and record retention; Perform other duties as assigned.
- Reporting to and working in close collaboration with the Vice President, Philanthropy, the Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations and Affiliate Giving at Northwestern Memorial Foundation (NMF) will 1) lead strategic initiatives to secure philanthropic support from corporations and foundations, 2) serve as a primary point person and resource to affiliate organizations and 3) lead the successful engagement of NMHC employees in philanthropic engagement with strategies that align with the Northwestern Medicine (NMHC) mission.
- S/he will develop a strategic plan for engaging these internal and external audiences and will lead a team of two staff in executing strategic initiatives to increase engagement and philanthropic support from these key audiences.
- S/he will lead the growth of the corporate and foundation giving platform for NMHC by building, maintaining and stewarding key relationships with decision makers within corporations and foundations.
- S/he will work closely with affiliate and support organizations that raise money on behalf of NMF to build, maintain and grow these important relationships in order to increase support of the foundation.
- S/he will lead and grow the NMHC employee giving campaign in order to engage more employees in a culture of philanthropy and to increase overall support from employees.
- S/he will identify, benchmark, track and utilize meaningful metrics to assess and improve outcomes and achieve or exceed goals.
- S/he will exemplify the NM values of patients first, integrity, excellence and teamwork.
Bachelor's degree required
Minimum of 4 years of philanthropy experience or equivalent with a proven track record.
A high degree of professionalism, sensitivity, and integrity must be combined with an excellent attention to detail and organizational and communication skills (oral and written) to effectively communicate philanthropic opportunities.
The ability to earn the confidence of a wide range of internal and external constituents and to network within a professional, corporate environment.
Must be able to multi-task, remain organized and demonstrate a high level of initiative and energy both individually and as a team member within a fast-paced and performance-based environment.
Must have initiative and strong analytical and problem-solving skills, the ability to prioritize in order to meet deadlines, the flexibility needed to accomplish multiple objectives and projects, and ability to exercise good judgment.
Must be comfortable developing personal relationships with donors and responsibility for keeping team involved at all times.
Expert knowledge of Microsoft Office and Raiser's Edge database.
- Experience in health care or higher education strongly preferred.
Senior Instructor, Oracle Education Foundation
Develops courseware to support new and existing products, often though not exclusively in conjunction with Product Division.
Coordinate and evaluate development contributions from other courseware development team members. Develop certification questions for use in the Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) exams. Solicit and incorporate feedback from reviews and training events. Deliver training at train-the-trainer and pilot events.
Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others. Work is non-routine and very complex, involving the application of advanced technical/business skills in area of specialization. Bachelor*s Degree in Computer Science or Instructional Design. Four years adult education experience (as teacher or curriculum developer). Seven years technical or professional experience using Oracle products or related software. Strong SQL and PL/SQL knowledge and experience. Knowledge of XML, Java, and J2EE technologies. Experience with Oracle9i Database administration. Knowledge of Oracle9i Application server.
Oracle is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and protected veterans status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Title: Senior Instructor, Oracle Education Foundation
Location: Redwood City, CA or willing to relocate to the area
The Oracle Corporate Citizenship team seeks a Program Manager for the Oracle Education Foundation (OEF), a nonprofit organization funded by Oracle and staffed by Oracle employees. The individual in this position will help manage and deliver OEF's program, and will enjoy all the benefits of a corporate job, plus the sense of purpose inherent in a philanthropic educational role.
Candidate must possess:
Infectious passion for teaching and strong classroom management skills, ideally at the high school level
Extensive knowledge of maker education and relevant hardware and languages used in OEF classes (e.g., Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Java, Python, C, C , etc.)
Curriculum development skills
Affinity for design thinking
Entrepreneurial spirit and the ability to deliver our program while simultaneously creating structures and systems that may not yet exist
True grit and the "can do" reliability of a genuine team player
Relentless optimism and the drive to make things better
Ideal candidate may also possess:
Experience with Stanford d.school and/or IDEO workshops
Strengths in science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM)
Our Program Program:
The Oracle Education Foundation's mission is to help young people develop the technical acumen, creative confidence, empathy, and grit to become outstanding designers of solutions to people's needs and the world's problems.
In classes provided by OEF, students learn coding and electrical engineering, and apply these skills to design challenges in which they design, build, and code solutions for real users. Oracle Volunteers coach students through these 30-hour workshops, which are both challenging and fun.
Our problem-solving approach is design thinking, a repeatable, human-centered method for creative problem solving and innovation. We partner with Design Tech High School (d.tech), a public charter school founded in 2014 that shares our values. d.tech teaches students to solve real-world problems using a design thinking approach similar to that taught at Stanford University's Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school).
In the d.tech educational model, four times a year, for two weeks each time, students break from their regular classes to focus on elective classes. These electives are delivered by the community. Large and small businesses, individuals, nonprofits and community-based organizations provide elective classes. This program is called Intersession and it's where OEF's program fits into d.tech's model.
The person in this OEF role will work in collaboration with two peers (also OEF Program Managers) to develop class curricula, recruit and train Oracle Volunteer coaches prior to each Intersession, lead classes, and provide guidance and support for both coaches and students during these exciting two-week sessions. OEF delivers three concurrent classes per Intersession at Levels 1, 2, and 3. Each class focuses on a particular domain, (e.g., data visualization, wearable technology, 3D design printing, Internet of Things, experiential game design). Classes are delivered at the Oracle Conference Center, but may extend to other locations relevant to specific classes. OEF provides all the necessary class materials and resources, and identifying, purchasing, and managing these is also the responsibility of the Program Managers.
In 2017-2018, we are adding Level 4 to our program: internships for 12th graders in Oracle business units. Level 4 has a dedicated Internship Manager who will consult with the three Program Managers – including the person in this role – to help optimally match students to internships that match their skills and interests.
The person in the OEF Program Manager role will also support an historic project that Oracle is undertaking: bringing a public school to a corporate campus. Oracle and OEF see such enormous potential in d.tech's model that, in October 2015, CEO, Safra Catz announced plans to construct the school a home – a 64,000-square-foot, LEED-certified, bespoke facility – at Oracle headquarters. When d.tech takes occupancy in January 2018, it will be the only US public high school located on a company's campus, while remaining autonomous.
While OEF will partner exclusively with d.tech for a while, we plan to scale our program to other schools and other Oracle communities over time. Partnerships with other schools are unlikely to be as deep as the Oracle d.tech connection, but the quality of OEF classes delivered by Oracle Volunteers must be universally high. To this end, the person in this role will help develop a library of replicable 10-30-hour OEF classes. As our program scales, she/he will help recruit and train Oracle Volunteers across the country to deliver OEF classes, and will help identify and develop partnerships with schools where the conditions for success exist.
In addition to the above, the Program Manager for OEF will:
Collaborate with the Oracle Volunteers program staff to facilitate employees' volunteerism;
Manage an annual budget appropriate to program goals, which will scale over time;
Identify and secure appropriate materials and resources to enable classes;
Collaborate closely with OEF's Executive Director and other Program Managers, as well as d.tech leadership and other key stakeholders, to evolve the program over time;
Support d.tech's integration into life at Oracle and Oracle Volunteers' integration in to life at d.tech;
Help to ensure the relevance and appropriateness of OEF's program over time through iteration, innovation, and adaptation to changing conditions.
Bachelor's degree; degree in education, computer science, or other relevant discipline preferred
5 or more years experience in K-12 education, maker education, coding, making or a combination
Superb detail orientation as well as vision
Exceptional written and verbal English language skills
Exceptional critical thinking, program operations, and presentation skills
Proven ability to inspire and influence internal and external stakeholders at all levels
Demonstrated success forging, maintaining, and deepening strategic partnerships over time
The ability to represent the Oracle Education Foundation and Oracle with passion and professionalism
Ability to travel 5-10% of the time
Technology industry experience a plus
Interested candidates should send resumes directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Oracle is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and protected veterans status or any other characteristic protected by law.
As part of Oracle's standard employment process, candidates will undergo a complete background check prior to an offer being extended. These background checks are conducted by a professional third party firm at no charge to the applicant and include: prior employment verification, education verification, social security trace, criminal background check and motor vehicles records (where required for position).
Assistant Director, Corporate And Foundation Relations In External Relations And Development
Reporting to the Senior Executive Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations and Advancement Services, the assistant director's main responsibilities will include managing a key set of logistics for the School's single largest fundraising event and supporting the fundraising activities of the team. The assistant director will be responsible for facilitating relationships with vendors, corporate representatives, and alumni. S/he will also support building internal relationships with departments such as the Office of Student Affairs, Career Management, and Admissions.
1.Manage all logistics of the Annual Dinner, which raises $3 million annually. Primary responsibilities include leading the development of a 3,000-person invitation database which supports the fundraising strategy and drives the outreach. Manage invitation production and electronic/postal outreach, tracking RSVPs, manage vendor relationships, and manage the Annual Dinner budget.
2.Manage the processing and reporting of all associated gifts, track and regularly report on fundraising totals, manage gift acknowledgements.
3.Develop and maintain marketing materials for the School's Corporate Partners Program and initiatives, including the Corporate and Foundation Relations webpages.
4.Support the preparation of proposals and general correspondence.
5.Schedule select meetings with executives and alumni for the team.
6.Perform special projects and liaison functions to support the rest of the team as required. Minimum Qualifications for Grade
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Bachelor's degree and/or its equivalent required. Minimum 2-3 years related experience, preferably in fundraising, marketing,or client management. Additional Position-Specific Minimum Qualifications
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills required. Ability to exercise good judgment is essential.
Must have excellent computer skills including MS Office. Must be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously within deadlines and work both independently and collaboratively. Must be willing to support events that occasionally occur outside of regular business hours.
Special Instructions Preferred Qualifications Experience with spreadsheet applications and database management preferred. Essential Functions Additional Essential Functions (Limit to 3950 characters.) Special Indications
This position works with: There are no special indications for this position
Foundation 50/50 Raffle Seller
Minimum Age: 18
Pay Rate: $9.50/hr
Hours: 5 – 7 hour shifts
The Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation, the charitable arm of the Texas Rangers Baseball Club, is seeking a dependable, enthusiastic, highly-motivated, and hard–working individual to sell 50/50 Raffle tickets during the upcoming season. Each home game, one lucky fan will win half of the net proceeds, with the remaining proceeds benefitting the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation and their mission to improving the lives of children in need in our community.
Facilitate raffle ticket sales via electronic handheld device and/or tablet.
Actively engage fans to participate in the Raffle at mobile and/or stationary locations throughout the ballpark.
Educate fans about the rules and process of the 50/50 Raffle program.
Accurately handle cash transactions and distribution of Raffle tickets.
Responsibly deposit cash at the end of each shift.
Educate fans about the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation, the non-profit beneficiary of the 50/50 Raffle program, including but not limited to its mission and programs.
Other duties as assigned.
GED/ High School Diploma required.
Prior customer service or sales experience is a plus.
Must have excellent cash handling skills.
Must be a responsible, motivated individual with a competitive spirit.
Ability to interact positively with a large fan base and actively engage all guests.
Must be comfortable with technology (i.e. handheld electronic devices).
Must be comfortable working in inclement weather.
Must be able to work irregular hours including but not limited to days, nights, weekends, and holidays.
Must be able to work a minimum of seven (7) Rangers home games each month during the season (March - October).
Basic understanding of the etiquette and timing of baseball is a plus.
Must be comfortable standing, walking up ramps and stairs, stooping, kneeling, and crouching for up to 5-7 hours.
Must be able lift and/or move up to 15 lbs.
Must be able to pass a drug test, background check and credit check.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of the job.
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Foundation Finance Administration Director
Responsible for oversight of all fiscal matters and policies related to the operations of the Foundation and Sycamore Foundation Holdings (SFH). Accountable for safeguarding all assets of the Foundation, assuring compliance with all regulatory and donor stipulations, and maintaining and recording all transactions in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles for the production of financial statements. Moderates financial risk as it relates to insurance, cash management, and liabilities of the Foundation. This position has a dotted line reporting to the Senior Vice President of Business Administration.
Executive Director, Foundation (Philanthropy) - Lbmmc Foundation
At MemorialCare Health System, we believe in providing extraordinary health care to our communities and an exceptional working environment for our employees. MemorialCare stands for excellence in Health Care. Across our family of medical centers, we support each one of our bright, talented employees in reaching the highest levels of professional development, contribution, collaboration and accountability. Whatever your role and whatever expertise you bring, we are dedicated to helping you achieve your full potential in an environment of respect, innovation and teamwork.
The Executive Director, Foundation is responsible for creating and leading an integrated advancement program to maximize philanthropic support of Long Beach Memorial Medical Center and Miller Children's and Women's Hospital through the Memorial Medical Center Foundation (MMCF). The Executive Director, Foundation is the primary architect and strategist for achieving exceptional fundraising results for the Foundation. He/She maintains primary responsibility for providing leadership in planning, communications, coordinating and implementing all major fundraising activity and campaigns.
Supports and operationalizes the mission statement, vision and values of the organization and MMCF and ensures that all direct reports understand and incorporate these elements into their respective roles.
Develops, with the team, a comprehensive strategic development plan clearly detailing the goals, objectives, schedules and budgets consistent with the vision and mission of MMCF.
Supports the MMCF leadership team and staff in the identification, research, cultivation and solicitation of prospective major donors.
Strengthens and promotes the public image, mission, philosophy and values of the organization with public and private agencies, individuals, corporations and foundations to define the role philanthropy plays in supporting research, and healthcare programs.
Ensures the effective communication of organizational vision, mission and values to all constituents.
Maintains primary responsibility for providing leadership in planning, communicating, coordinating and implementing all fundraising activities for MMCF.
Supervises, mentors and evaluates all fund development personnel in accordance with effective human resources practices. Ensures that all members of staff are on track with their individual goals and objectives and monitors progress based upon the strategic development plan.
Provides leadership in the day-to-day business operations of MMCF. Develops an appropriate process for measuring and reporting the impact and effectiveness of MMCF.
Develops a caseload of active major gifts prospects and then sets and carries out strategies for solicitation of prospects. Responsible for a set-goal annually of revenue production, as agreed upon with the President and as supported in the strategic funding plan.
Assesses the information system capabilities and staffing requirements to ensure uniformity in identifying, tracking, reporting and stewardship of donors.
Develops and manages the budget for MMCF.
Assists in the identification and/or cultivation of prospects and recommends various donor cultivation strategies to respective staff.
Provides support to the President to ensure effectiveness in his/her role as a key solicitor of top prospects.
Performs other duties, as requested and/or assigned.
The Executive Director, Foundation of MMCF will have the following minimal qualifications:
A Bachelor's degree is required.
Professional credentials(s) or advanced degrees in philanthropic studies are desired.
A minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible management and leadership positions in sophisticated and successful development operations, with a track record that demonstrates the ability to produce results.
Direct experience and proven success at working with complex, integrated organizations in a fashion that builds consensus and fosters collaboration.
Healthcare development experience is strongly preferred.
Leadership and values-based competencies to include an immediate credibility as a leader with presence, reflecting professional expertise, poise and understated self-confidence.
History of successful capital campaign fundraising, including the ability to manage, over a three to five year period, a top 300-500 portfolio of donor prospects.
Knowledge of acceptable gifts policies and ethical fund development practices, as well as California law governing fund development and professional and public charities.
Foundation - Facilitator (Contract)
Do you love inspiring the next generation of inventors? Environmental stewardship? Fun and games for learning? Come join the Two Bit Circus Foundation as a part-time STEAM Educator. We are looking for passionate, playful and poised practitioners of learning programs. Our facilitators work directly with students in K-12 schools throughout LA County. We are makers who use up-cycled materials. We are big fans of design thinking and project based learning. We are Circus folk who geek out over Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.
This is what you bring:
Excitement for making STEAM education fun and inspiring for learners
Experience working with students (we will consider informal and formal educators)
A flexible schedule
Ability to pass fingerprinting/background check/TB test (we will cover costs)
A fascinating STEAM-related hobby you love to share
Fluency in a second language (Partial credit for Esperanto, Klingon or Emoji)
This position is with the Two Bit Circus Foundation located in Gardena.
Research Foundation - Part-Time Project Staff Assistant - Nywea - College Of Environmental Science And Forestry
Title: Project Staff Assistant
Unit: New York Water Environment Association
Salary: $15,000 annual - 50% 18.75 hours per week
Brief Description of Duties:
Assist IT Specialist in an assortment of jobs including social media postings/updates in Linked-in, Twitter and Facebook and updating annual NYWEA information.
Maintain NYWEA scholarship database and pledge program, including invoicing and keeping track of pledges. Coordinate scholarship payments with Bookkeeper to assure college and/or recipient reimbursement.
Maintain memorial scholarship pledges and post scholarship contributors and winner online and send emails to applicants not accepted and thank you notes to donors.
Responds to questions regarding scholarship program requirements and scholarship payments and interfaces with scholarship recipients as needed.
Reconcile seven (7) bank statements for Chapters online via Quickbooks monthly.
Work with the Executive Director and Committee on annual fundraisers and other events as needed.
Attend on-site meetings/conferences as needed.
Process credit card transactions for Annual/Spring Meetings.
Proof read documents as necessary.
Bachelor's degree in an appropriate field and up to 2 years related experience. Coordination of activity with a wide variety of other administrative units and external agencies requires strong interpersonal skills.
In accordance with the "Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act" institutions of higher education are required to prepare an annual report containing information on campus security policies and campus statistics. This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on-campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by SUNY-ESF; and on property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning sexual assault, and other matters. You can obtain a printed copy of this report by contacting SUNY-ESF University Police at 315-470-6667 or by accessing the following web site: http://www.esf.edu/univpolice/crimereports/
The Research Foundation is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Application Deadline: Although applications will be accepted until the position is filled, candidates should submit their application by February 10, 2018, to assure optimal consideration.
Application Procedure: Application materials are required to be submitted on-line. Please provide cover letter, resume, and at least three employment references (we will not contact references without prior permission).
Business Analyst, Foundation Team
You have that rare ability to bridge two worlds - the human and the technical. You can draw out complex ideas from stakeholders and distill them into bite-size, achievable goals. You like improving efficiency, helping execute projects, and being the glue for all the details scattered about. You like being given space to run in a global open source company with a start-up culture, and you enjoy being a jack-of-all trades. And it feels pretty satisfying when you can take the disjointed lego pieces of a project and help deliver creations that are scalable, intuitive, and sharp. Sound like you? Apply now and let's chat.
Understand client needs and translate into portal and integration functionality
Use a structured approach to capture requirements by working with clients and other team members in a highly dynamic environment
Aid in the translation of business requirements to technology and operational requirements
Assess capability gaps and organizational readiness
Capture and prioritize requirements
Manage requirements traceability through systems and collaboration with other business units
Create business process flows, use cases, user stories, test plans
Develop and maintain a high-level of product knowledge
Preliminary research for prospect presentations
Support business development and engagement managers on sales calls, proposal development, and resource estimating
Desire to lead, promote internal growth, and develop others
Bachelor's degree in Business, Communications, Marketing, Technology or related field
3-5 years of experience in a strategy or business analyst related role
Experience with project management and development frameworks
Experience with projects in process improvement, requirements management, and facilitating workshops
Solid understanding of software development lifecycle
Proficiency in Microsoft Office and experience in process diagramming or other business analysis tools
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong consulting and critical thinking skills
Ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize between key deliverables
Understands the value and uses of portal in an enterprise environment
Ability to influence others without having to invoke direct authority
Experience with Liferay, Websphere Portal, WebLogic or other platforms preferred
Liferay makes software that helps companies create digital experiences on web, mobile and connected devices. Our platform is open source, which makes it more reliable, innovative and secure. We try to leave a positive mark on the world through business and technology. Companies such as Adidas, Carrefour, Cisco Systems, Danone, Fujitsu, Lufthansa Flight Training, Siemens, Société Générale and the United Nations use Liferay.
Liferay was founded for a purpose greater than revenue and profit growth. Each quarter we donate to a number of worthy causes decided upon by our own employees. In the past we have made financial contributions toward AIDS relief and the Sudan refugee crisis through well-respected organizations such as Samaritan's Purse and World Vision. This desire to impact the world community is the heart of our company, and ultimately the reason why we exist.
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