Inservice Coordinator Auxiliary Personnel Job Description Sample
Personnel Technician / Unit Program Coordinator 16752
Huntington Ingalls Industries (Camber Corporation) provides mission-critical engineering and technical service to Information Technology, Federal Civilian, and National Security, Aerospace & Defense and International government and commercial customers at over 100 locations worldwide.
HII-Camber is currently seeking a qualified person to fill the role of Personnel Technician / Unit Program Coordinator at Shaw, AFB, SC. This position is contingent upon contract award.
The following statements of duties and responsibilities are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. These statements are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required of all personnel within this position. Actual duties and responsibilities may vary depending upon assignments and other factors.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Assist with the preparation, maintenance, and deposition of required administrative reports and other correspondence.
Assist commander/director in accomplishing all necessary internal operations to include administrative training, security, development, and implementation of organizational operating instructions and regulations of personnel related programs.
Serve as POC for all newly assigned personnel; orient them regarding the basic functions of the organization, introduce them to key personnel, and schedule initial training/orientation requirements.
Disseminate information concerning new or changed procedures/regulations.
Assist with determining and meeting administrative needs based on administrative support program requirements.
Instruct others on changes in administrative policies and procedures. Identify and implement processes which can be improved or made more efficient through application of automated technology or other methods. Train, orient, direct, and oversee the duties and work products of Directorate POCs.
Assist staff with setting suspenses and/or prioritizing work for all staff personnel to support the commander/director.
Assist with conducting reviews and briefings on all facets of management functions with recommended courses of action for resolving problems.
Assist with ensuring unit programs comply with regulations, laws, policies, and squadron commander directives.
Assist with managing programs to include task management, Government Travel Card (GTC) program, leave program, drug demand reduction program, health care program, fitness program, safety program, ADPE accounts, UDM (to include ART and SORTS programs), special awards and trophies, security program, supply program, records management, Individualized Newcomer Treatment and Orientation (INTRO) program, DTS administration, training program, emergency management program, and self-inspection program.
Advise the commander/director on policies and execute directives through the establishment of procedures for associated programs. Assist with ensuring assigned members are aware of individual requirements established by law and/or policy.
Monitor trends of programs and advise commander of their current evaluation ratings.
Attend required training, meetings, and functions as related to the prescribed unit programs.
Assist the commander/director in the performance of administrative functions associated with the supervision of military and civilian employees (i.e. coordinating personnel assignments, promotions, and performance evaluation products, etc.). Assist with providing evaluations and validation of manpower requirements and participant qualifications for operational/contingency planning and exercises.
Monitor personnel action requests, track personnel, manpower, and training transactions as documentation flows through the squadron and provide status reports to management.
Monitor the timeliness, accuracy, and transmittal of performance reports IAW established guidelines. Coordinate with appropriate offices and resolve conflicts affecting organizational positions.
Assist with developing, establishing, updating, and maintaining office procedures and record/file of various types to ensure effective and efficient operation of the office.
Provide advice and guidance to staff in the organization of administrative, clerical, and procedural requirements. Assist other clerical staff in locating and selecting the appropriate guidelines, references, and procedures for application to specific cases.
Update tracker or suspense files for unclassified documents as required.
Assist project officer in making arrangements for command sponsored events ensuring proper protocol is followed.
Qualifications and Experience:
Minimum of six years' experience working military personnel requirements.
Minimum of four years' experience in Microsoft Office applications/email systems or the equivalent.
US Citizenship required
Must have and maintain a valid U.S. passport
Candidate must possess Secret Clearance
All candidates will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation and drug screening per HII requirements.
Camber Corporation is part of the Integrated Mission Solutions Group of HII's Technical Solutions division. Integrated Mission Solutions Group is a leading provider of Agile Software Engineering and Information Technology solutions; All Hazards services; Modeling, Simulation, and Training solutions and services; Unmanned Systems support; Intelligence Analysis and Operations; and Engineering and Management services to Department of Defense, Federal, and commercial customers.
Integrated Mission Solutions Group (Camber), a subsidiary of Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc. (HII) is headquartered in Huntsville, AL. From Camber's founding in 1990, we have grown to 32 offices, positioned to provide responsive support to our customers across the United States. We deploy personnel to support our customers globally, including many locations in Asia, Africa, and Europe, providing daily interface on technical, programmatic, and operations issues. Overall, more than 1,600 Camber professionals deliver ISO 9001:2008-certified and CMMI ML3 high-value solutions to customers worldwide.
Camber Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer EOE/AA Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled
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Travel And Personnel Coordinator
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health's (DPH) Administration and Finance Unit for the Bureaus of Health Care Safety and Quality, and Health Professions Licensure is seeking a dynamic, energetic, detail-oriented individual to serve as the Travel and Personnel Coordinator. With approximately 250 staff dedicated to different facets of critical public health operations, this individual will provide a key role in facilitating the hiring process by working in close coordination with staff internal and external to the Department. In addition, the selected candidate will provide administrative oversight of the travel approval and reimbursement process.
To be successful in this role, candidates should possess exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills, be a strong communicator and enjoy working as part of a team in a fast paced environment. Our preferred applicant is comfortable providing technical assistance and training to hiring managers, as well as customer service to a diverse staff.
Duties and Responsibilities (these duties are a general summary and not all inclusive):
Provides technical assistance to Bureau hiring managers on internal procedures for hiring.
Uses MassCareers (on-line hiring system) for the processing of all positions/job postings.
Coordinates with Bureau hiring managers to ensure all hiring related documents are accurately and thoroughly completed.
Collaborates with EOHHS (Executive Office of Health and Human Services) HR and Bureau hiring managers to review the status of outstanding positions to ensure efficiency and accountability and to facilitate resolution.
Collaborates with EOHHS HR to ensure accurate completion and submission of all required documents.
Coordinates with Bureau hiring managers and EOHHS HR regarding HR transactions related to employment and staffing.
Serves as a liaison with EOHHS HR and DPH Budget Office staff for HR activities.
Oversees and adhere to the principles of quality improvement to assess, recommend and implement personnel hiring processes for the Bureaus in alignment with Department and State requirements.
Performs other related duties such as maintaining and updating organizational charts, providing recommendations, records management and general information sharing.
Serves as travel coordinator for the respective Bureaus/Program.
Acts as primary contact with DPH Central Accounting for travel reimbursement.
Coordinates with staff and DPH Central Accounting to resolve any travel issues.
Ensures accurate and thorough completion of all travel request and reimbursement documents, following up with staff as needed.
Reviews all TAFs (travel authorization forms) for out-of-state travel to ensure that staff abide by EHS and DPH travel policies such as those pertaining to flight times, accommodations/hotel restrictions.
Serves as the primary contact with the Commissioner's Office for the submission and approval of all TAFs.
Ability to multitask and manage several projects at one time; prioritize and manage time effectively with competing priorities.
Confident and able to effectively engage stakeholders in challenging or deadline-oriented situations.
Demonstrated resourcefulness in setting priorities, proposing new ways of creating efficiencies, and guiding investment in processes and systems.
Capacity to maintain accurate records and exercise discretion in handling confidential information.
Strong written and oral communication skills, including methods of general report writing and proficiency in Microsoft Office applications including Visio, Excel, Outlook and Word.
Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential information.
Ability to assemble items of information in accordance with established procedures.
Ability to determine proper format and procedure for assembling items of information.
The mission of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) is to prevent illness, injury, and premature death, to assure access to high quality public health and health care services, and to promote wellness and health equity for all people in the Commonwealth.
We envision a Commonwealth in which all people enjoy optimal health. Massachusetts ranks among the healthiest of states according to comparative analyses, but we face numerous challenges, including chronic and infectious disease, substance abuse, violence, preventable hospitalizations, and health disparities.
DPH coordinates programs and policies to address specific diseases and conditions and offer services to address the needs of vulnerable populations. We also develop, implement, promote, and enforce regulations and policies to assure that the conditions under which people live are most conducive to health and enable people to make healthy choices for themselves and their families. We license health professionals, healthcare facilities and a variety of businesses that impact public health. We operate the state laboratory and four public health hospitals. We monitor health status and manage vital records including births, marriages and deaths. We educate people about public health issues and work closely with local boards of health and community partners to identify and solve public health problems.
As an employee of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are offered a great career opportunity influencing a wide-spectrum of services to the diverse populations we serve - but it's more than a paycheck. The State's total compensation package features an outstanding set of employee benefits which you should consider towards your overall compensation, including:
75% state paid medical insurance premium
Reasonable Dental and Vision Plans
Flexible Spending Account and Dependent Care Assistance programs
Low cost basic and optional life insurance
Retirement Savings: State Employees' Pension and a Deferred Compensation 457(b) plan
11 paid holidays per year and competitive Sick, Vacation and Personal Time
Tuition Remission for employee and spouse at state colleges and universities
Short-Term Disability and Extended Illness program participation options
Incentive-based Wellness Programs
Professional Development and Continuing Education opportunities
Qualified Employer for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program
A criminal background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori
Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division's Hiring Guidelines.
Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law and may be published on the Commonwealth's website.
For questions, please contact Health Human Resources at 1-800-850-6968.
First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have at least (A) three years of full time, or equivalent part-time, professional, administrative or managerial experience in business administration, business management or public administration the major duties of which involved program management, program administration, program coordination, program planning and/or program analysis, or (B) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.
I. A Bachelor's degree with a major in business administration, business management or public administration may be substituted for a maximum of two years of the-required experience.*
II. A Graduate degree with a major in business administration, business management or public administration may be substituted for the required experience.*
III. A Bachelor's or higher degree with a major other than in business administration, business management or public administration may be substituted for a maximum of one year of the required experience.*
- Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.
An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Nursing Inservice Instructor (Ecmc)
The work involves planning, coordinating and conducting a nursing education and in-service training program at the Erie County Medical Center Corporation. This is a professional nursing position responsible for providing instruction and consultation on nursing education to ECMCC staff.
Work is performed under the direct supervision of higher-level professional nursing staff with leeway for the exercise of independent judgment. Supervision is exercised over lower-level professional and non-professional nursing staff. Does related work as required.
TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES:
Performs in-service training; reviews course content and revises based on laws, regulations, accreditation standards, program evaluations, changing consumer needs, etc.;
Assesses needs for development of training program; assesses learner characteristics including learning styles and learning needs;
Assists in developing and amending educational and unit/functional policies and procedures;
Plans professional development programs that incorporate multi-cultural and multi-generation concepts;
Schedules in-service training classes and maintains appropriate records;
May provide BLS and ACLS instruction;
Provides new employee orientation;
Assists with performance evaluations involving staff in specialty unit and progressive discipline of employees;
Schedules and assigns staff according to educational preparation and patient acuity;
Conducts formal and informal teaching sessions;
Orients staff to specialty area, procedures, equipment and disaster plan;
Serves as clinical resource person, patients advocate and clinical role model;
Evaluates outcomes of staff education; evaluates patients through nursing process;
Provides remediation for identified educational needs;
Monitors nursing activities using quality assurance standards;
Provides for growth and development of all nursing staff assigned to specialty area;
Participates in budgetary planning;
Works clinically sixteen (16) hours per month.
FULL PERFORMANCE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS: Good knowledge of nursing principles, procedures and terminology; good knowledge of the principles of learning and teaching with emphasis on nursing continuing education; good knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, accreditation standards and ECMCC policies and procedures as they relate to the nursing practice; good knowledge of the principles of supervision and guidance; ability to conduct and evaluate in-service training and teaching programs; ability to work independently; ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a diverse constituency; ability to utilize a variety of electronic software applications; sound professional judgment; resourcefulness; leadership; capable of performing the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing and two (2) years of professional nursing experience, one (1) year of which was in medical/surgical telemetry nursing, critical care nursing or emergency services nursing.
Possession and maintenance of a current license and registration to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse in New York State at time of appointment;
Possession and maintenance Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification at time of appointment;
Possession and maintenance of Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification at time of appointment;
Possession and maintenance of BLS Instructor Certification within one (1) year of appointment.
NOTE: Verifiable part-time and/or volunteer experience will be pro-rated toward meeting full-time experience requirements.
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Education and Experience Required (including certifications and/or software requirements for the position):
Education equivalent to an Associates Degree, or the equivalent in related work experience, including three or more years of supervisory experience, preferably in a hospital setting.
Demonstrates strong communication skills and tact in providing superior service in a variety of settings and situations.
Demonstrates knowledge of policies, practices, trends, and information affecting collection systems busi-ness.
Demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office.
Must possess a valid driver's license.
Under direction, oversees, all activities of the Service Specialists. Manages the time schedules and collection efficiency of the Service Specialists
Key Job Activities:
Selects, trains, manages and develops an effective and efficient Services staff. Manages the time schedules and collection efficiency of the On-Site Service Technicians, ensuring the appropriate number of staff to support services needed.
Provides site supervision of On-Site Service Technicians at multiple locations.
Coordinates delivery and pick-up with MAE, outside vendors, and others as required. Oversees the scheduling, dispatching, training, and evaluation of On-Site Service Technicians , as assigned.
Travels within assigned area to visit client sites to proactively & professionally resolve customer service questions, problems, and issues.
Travels between customer facilities providing on-site placement and collection of waste containers for various Stericycle programs and services including, but not limited to Sharps, Rx, Haz, and Document Management through a healthcare facility, as required or requested. May oversee outside vendor services as well.
Performs other related duties as required or requested.
Registered Nurse 13- Inservice Education
Plan, develop, and implement on-going in-service education programs for the Nursing Department. Provide training of core curriculum for 500+employees and orientation to new hires.
Instruction includes in classroom and the patient unit with staff. Test trainees to measure learning progress both clinically and through written testing to measure learning progress and to evaluate the effectiveness of training presentations. Develop orientation, annual review of selected topics for CFP.
Devise needs assessments, as required. Provide current literature on concepts of nursing care. Determines whether training programs meet acceptable standards as prescribed by law, federal guidelines and practice standards.
Serves as an advisor to other disciplines on healthcare educational development. Complies with special assignments and relief assignments as designated by the Utilization Review Nurse, the Director of Nursing, the Assistant Director of Nursing, the Training Committee, and Executive Committee. Conducts training sessions, workshops, conferences and seminars and instruction on a variety of work-related subjects for CFP employees, students, and volunteers.
Develop lesson plans; instruct using a variety of teaching tools, and media. Acts as Nurse Preceptor on assigned shift assisting in Peer Review and Competency process of unit nursing staff. Precepts nursing staff involved in psycho educational patient-centered groups.
Assist in writing/reviewing department training procedures, scheduling training sessions. Hospital wide trainer for Avatar (new electronic medical record system).
This is a test designated position subject to random drug and alcohol testing.
Required Education and Experience
Possession of a diploma, associate's, bachelor's, or master's degree in nursing accepted for licensure by the Michigan Board of Nursing.
Two years of experience equivalent to a Registered Nurse P11, or one year equivalent to a Registered Nurse 12.
Alternate Education and Experience
Possession of a master's degree in nursing and one year of experience equivalent to a Registered Nurse 12; or, possession of a bachelor's degree in nursing and eighteen months of experience equivalent to a Registered Nurse P11; or, possession of a bachelor's degree in nursing and one year of experience equivalent to a Registered Nurse 12 may be substituted for the experience requirement.
Additional Requirements and Information
Possession of a Michigan license in good standing as a registered nurse.
The Department of Corrections will not hire individuals who have been convicted of a felony or who have felony charges pending, in accordance with Public Act 140 of 1996.
To view the job specification at: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mdcs/RegisteredNurse_266641_7.pdf
View the position description at:
https://civilservice.state.mi.us/AgencyPDFs/RN-13 Nursing Education 2018.doc
Please attach a copy of your official transcripts as well as your RN License. Failure to do so will result in your application being screened out.
YOUR APPLICATION FOR ANY POSITION DOES NOT GUARANTEE YOU WILL BE CONTACTED BY THE DEPARTMENT/AGENCY FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION. ONLY THOSE APPLICANTS INTERVIEWED WILL BE NOTIFIED OF THE RESULTS.
Inquiries regarding this posting should be sent to MDHHS-CFPvacancies@michigan.gov or contact Deanna Stanger 734-295-4224.
Certified Nurse Assistant Trainee - Inservice (Fbm)
- Certified Nurse Assistant Trainee – Inservice (Father Baker Manor):
Will train with certified staff to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). Training will encompass classroom and clinical training. Assists and provides for residents in the activity of daily living in accordance to the individualized plan of care.
REPORTS TO: · CNA Educator/Clinical Instructor
Director of Nursing Service – Nursing Administration
SKILL AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS (MINIMUM):
- High School diploma or GED, OR
- Pass high school proficiency exam.
Previous health care experience preferred
Knowledge, Skills Ability: · Must be able to speak and write the English language
Communication skills which may be inclusive of approach, tone of voice, speed of communication, respectfulness and non verbal communication
Ability to learn the application of the assessment into the aging process; examples may include height/weight, skin integrity, ADL's, bowel and bladder control.
- Intermittent exposure to a few unpleasant physical conditions.
ACTIVITY & STRENGTH: (MEDIUM)
Low Lift (floor to knuckle): Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Mid Lift (knuckle to shoulder): Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
High Lift (shoulder and above): Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Full Lift (floor to shoulder): Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Carry: Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Push: Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Pull: Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Overall Strength Category: Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Dictionary Of Occupational Titles
Constant (C) 67-100% Workday
- Frequent (F) 34-66% Workday
Occasional (O) 0-33% Workday
Not Present (N)
- Job Demand
Walk – Frequent
Climb Stairs – Occasional
Stoop – Frequent
Kneel – Occasional
Crouch – Occasional
Reach (immediate) – Frequent
Reach (overhead) – Occasional
Handling – Frequent
Sitting – Occasional
Standing – Constant
HR Use Only: NYS DOL HR Use Only: WW HR Use Only: HH
Police Auxiliary Officer
VILLAGE OF SCHAUMBURG
Human Resources Department
101 Schaumburg Court
Schaumburg, IL 60193
The Village of Schaumburg employs approximately 600 employees in a variety of departments within the organization, such as police, fire, public works, engineering, finance, human resources, cultural services, community development, information technology, and transportation. Our employees work to serve the residents and strive to make Schaumburg the best community it can be.
Schaumburg is a thriving community of 75,936 residents located 12 miles west of O'Hare International Airport and approximately 26 miles northwest of the City of Chicago. The community is the base of the second largest concentration of retail, office and commercial activity in the state of Illinois and recently named one of the Top Ten Best Places to Live according to Money Magazine.
INVITES ONLINE APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF:
Police Auxiliary Officer (Police Department) Part-time with an online application deadline of 06/24/2018 or until 75 applicants have successfully completed the application process.
STARTING PAY RATE: $21.56 per hour working up to 19 hours per week. The salary range for this position is $21.56 - $32.20. This position is represented by a union; you may refer to the AFSCME collective bargaining agreement available on our website.
Please attach as part of your application all necessary documents verifying that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position.
This position is a non-sworn employee who shall not carry a firearm, nor be assigned duties requiring sworn officer status. An employee in this position shall wear an authorized uniform, maintain hours appropriate to the assignment, and receive training appropriate to the duties performed. This position performs traffic control, parking enforcement, special event duties, front desk services, crime free program liaison activities, booking duties and community relations duties and related tasks.
Auxiliary Officers need to be available to work at least 24-hours each calendar month. Auxiliary Officers hired after 09/01/12, must be available to work a minimum of three midnight shifts per month.
Maintains a general knowledge of the department, Village ordinances, and state laws required to perform assignments. Performs traffic control, parking enforcement, special event duties, front desk services, crime free program liaison activities, booking duties and community relations duties and related tasks as assigned.
Performs Detention Facility duties including processing, searching, and monitoring prisoners. Inspects each assigned police vehicle for proper equipment and reports any damage prior to and after his/her tour of duty. Female Auxiliary Officers shall assume the responsibility for the proper handling of female prisoners.
Trains newly hired Auxiliary Officers utilizing current field training standards and procedures, if designated as training officers. Responds to citizen requests for Vehicle Lock Out service. Performs functions associated with installation and removal of Denver Boot equipment. Performs other duties as assigned.
Assigned Duty: Front Desk
Attends to the front desk at the police department building; answers inquiries, works computer terminals, communicates via radio, completes reports, and generally provides information and assists persons, conducts Metra train pass transactions. Monitors entry and exit of visitors and workers, as well as alarms and security cameras.
Assists officers with a variety of functions including but not limited to, bond-out paperwork, bond exchanges, outside contacts, coordinating responses (including towing companies, board up services, taxi transportation, and other village departments and services), etc. Relief of duties associated with either Call-Back Officers and/or Customer Service Center Representatives, as needed. Prepares and disseminates Village Notification pages/e-mails.
Assists with vehicle repossessions, relocations, and vehicle tow releases. Maintains sex offender registrations and warrant procedures.
Assigned Duty: Crime Free Program
Supports the Crime Free Multi-Housing program by facilitating landlord seminars, conducts Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) assessments, and participates in resident crime prevention socials, under the direct supervision of the Community Relations Sergeant. Meets with property owners, managers, and Home Owners Association boards as needed. Processes incident records, including but not limited to, reviewing Calls For Service data, and assisting beat teams with nuisance rental properties using the Residential Rental Ordinance.
Education equivalent to a high school diploma. A minimum of one year of customer service related experience.
CPR certification preferred or ability to obtain with six months from date of hire. Possession of a valid driver's license. Proficiency with current computer software systems, including email, calendar programs, job specific software, and customer service systems preferred or within the first six months of employment.
Working knowledge of village geography. General knowledge of local, state and federal laws.
Working knowledge of the police department organization. Proficiently operate all required equipment; perform minor maintenance when necessary. Provide or obtain assistance for citizens and co-workers in physical distress. Interact positively, impartially, tactfully and courteously with all persons.
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Exposure to all and extreme weather conditions. Exposure to personal danger associated with traffic control and contact with persons.
Lift and carry equipment up to 50 pounds. Climb flights of stairs, maneuver around obstacles. Perform lifesaving procedures. Function effectively under stress.
Part-Time employees are not eligible for benefits.
Candidate screening process may consist of an application review, skills testing, employability assessment, interviews, reference checks, and other job-related testing or verifications. Chosen candidates will be subject to a background and criminal history investigation, and qualifying pre-employment medical examination and drug screen.
THE VILLAGE OF SCHAUMBURG IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Executive Director, University Auxiliary Services
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Executive Director, University Auxiliary Services
May 16, 2018
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California State University, Los Angeles
Executive Director, California State University, Los Angeles University Auxiliary Services
California State University, Los Angeles (Cal State Los Angeles, Cal State LA) is a comprehensive urban institution serving a diverse learning community of over 28,000 students, committed to excellence in education, community engagement, cultural awareness, and social responsibility. As a premier institution within the 23 campus California State University (CSU) system, Cal State Los Angeles fosters an outstanding teaching and learning experience in a rich multicultural/multiethnic environment.
As a non-profit and self-sustaining 501(c)(3) auxiliary organization of Cal State LA, the University Auxiliary Services (UAS) is a recognized organization of the California State University system dedicated to benefiting the welfare of students, faculty, and staff and supporting the entrepreneurial arm of the university. The primary purpose of UAS is to help develop and administer contracts and grants, commercial enterprises, externally funded projects including research, workshops and conferences, and to provide contributions that aid and supplement the University's educational mission. Working together, the University community and UAS endeavor to ensure Cal State LA's continued success.
The Position: The Executive Director of the University Auxiliary Services reports to the UAS Board of Directors and maintains a dotted line reporting relationship to the University's Vice President for Administration and Chief Financial Officer.
The Executive Director is responsible for the overall administration and executive leadership of the wide range of auxiliary operations which support the University's mission. This position oversees the main operations of UAS including financial support services, human resources management for an average of 600 UAS employees, contracts and grants administration, bookstore operation, campus food services, and child care services. The position also oversees the management of the 103,000 square-foot Golden Eagle building, which houses food services, including a food court with seating for approximately 450 people, a kitchen and catering operations, a 600-seat banquet and conference center, the University Club, a 25,000 square-foot two-story University Bookstore (operated by Barnes & Noble), as well as UAS administrative offices, the Golden Eagle Service Center, classrooms and meeting spaces for the Cal State LA College of Professional and Global Education, and the Pat Brown Institute. UAS manages several properties on campus including the Television Film and Media Studies (TVFM) Building and the Rongxiang Xu Bioscience Innovation Center, currently under construction.
The Executive Director oversees and manages an annual operating budget of over $8.5 million and provides the pre-award and post-award administration, as well as budget management, for externally sponsored programs of over $25 million in annual revenues. Further, this individual prudently manages the organization's resources within all budget guidelines according to UAS and CSU policies, current bylaws, and regulations.
The incumbent must have the ability to coordinate, analyze, advise, provide guidance, evaluate, observe, interview, investigate, comprehend, interpret policies and procedures, laws and regulations, and formulate solutions to organizational issues. The position is responsible for the preparation and administration of the UAS annual budget and timely oversight of annual audits. The Executive Director is responsible for assisting and cooperating with the University in devising ways of leveraging assets to create complementary revenue generating enterprises, including industry, private or governmental partnerships.
A bachelor's degree from an accredited four year college or university and five years of leadership/management experience within a large organization is required.
The successful candidate must also possess strong organizational skills, an entrepreneurial spirit coupled with the ability to plan strategically. Experience with budget planning, fiscal oversight, and resource allocation; an understanding of educational organizations; excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills are essential. Experience in personnel management including supervision of staff and employee development; a commitment to diversity and social justice with the ability to create a department which is inclusive and accessible; the ability to write proposals, reports, and make presentations; and the ability to work collaboratively in a team environment is expected. Demonstrated ability and interest in working in a multicultural, multiethnic environment is expected.
Application and Nomination
A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at www.spelmanjohnson.com/open-positions. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Jennifer N.
Hiatt at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin June 14, 2018 and continue until the position is filled. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.
Visit the California State University, Los Angeles University Auxiliary Services website at
The California State University does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or transgender status in its education programs or activities. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and certain other federal and state laws, prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or transgender status in employment, as well as all education programs and activities operated by the University (both on and off campus), and protect all people regardless of their gender or gender identity from sex discrimination, which includes sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. Executive Order 1095 (PDF) Cal State L.A. adopts this CSU policy and procedure.
Senior Equipment Specialist - Aircraft Auxiliary And Electrical Systems
Modern Technology Solutions, Inc. (MTSI) is co-owned by more than 850 engineers, analysts, and professionals dedicated to providing high caliber services to aerospace and defense and intelligence customers across the US. We are always looking for the best to join us as we grow.
Our first core value is that employees come first. We challenge our co-workers to provide the highest level of support and service, and reward them with some of the best benefits in the industry. All new co-workers start with 20 days PTO, 6% 401k match with immediate vesting, semi-annual bonuses, and eligibility to participate in our Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). We offer other employee focused benefits, including up to $10k in tuition reimbursement and an optional zero dollar deductible BCBS health insurance plan.
We are seeking a Sr. Equipment Specialist to support aviation related programs at Tinker AFB, OK.
The Senior Equipment Specialist (S) provides the USAF weapons system program office with expert assistance regarding the fielding of new major weapons systems. The performer will apply their life cycle logistics support, knowledge, and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish USAF and AFLCMC/WWS Strike Systems logistics objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 and USAF logistics and technical data policies and procedures. The position is located at Tinker AFB, requires an active TS clearance with SCI eligibility and requires approximately 25% travel with potential surges.
Support USAF main operating base and/or depot maintenance stand up utilizing USAF Technical Data, and Supply Systems.
Leverage expertise in Aircraft Auxiliary and Electrical Systems to develop maintenance strategies for those systems and sub-systems implementing suitable maintenance tools, support equipment, and technical orders. .
Utilize experience with aircraft materials, manufacturing processes, and maintenance requirements to develop/sustain provisioning and supply systems utilizing USAF maintenance and supply chains, forms, and other documentation.
When necessary, to work directly with the users (operators and maintainers) and/or contractor to develop processes in a teaming environment
Technical Order (TO's) validation, verification and time compliance technical order actions. Review TO's for weapon system crew stations, instruments and flight controls.
Ensure proper purchasing of new tooling and field availability. Review source selection for tooling requirements. Review specifications for accuracy of technical guidance.
Assist with provisioning for initial support, as well as acquiring, distributing, and replenishing spares and support equipment inventories.
Actively participate in the Integrated Logistics Support of weapon system and sub-system components to ensure supportability and sustainment requirements are met.
Perform as technical advisor and consultant for weapon system crew stations, instruments, and flight controls; Review, evaluate and make recommendations on policies and procedures relating to repair, modification and supportability.
Provide technical inputs to determine feasibility and supportability of proposed modifications; Provides configuration management (CM) input to proposed acquisition/modifications.
Evaluate contractor proposals from a configuration and data management standpoint for technical feasibility
Participate in DT&E/FOT&E/OT&E to verify and evaluate pre-planning of required maintenance.
Provide technical input to Performance Work Statements (PWS), Statements of Work (SOW), Requests for Proposal (RFP) and Program Management Plans.
Active TS clearance with eligibility for SCI is mandatory
At least ten years' experience maintaining military aircraft and commodities in an organizational level and/or depot level environment with no less than four (4) years experience in a SAP and/or SCI environment within the last five (5) years
A BA/BS degree in logistics, management, engineering, or science/math is highly desired.
Experience using USAF Technical Orders, maintenance tools and support equipment, and the USAF maintenance and supply systems, forms, and documentation
Experience with aircraft materials, maintenance requirements, manufacturing processes, provisioning processes, and component operations
Experience with aircraft systems and subsystems -- Specifically Aircraft Auxiliary and Electrical Systems
- The work requires some physical exertion such as long periods of standing; or recurring activities such as bending, climbing, stooping stretching, or reaching.
- The work environment can include arctic, desert, and temperate climates. Work is regularly performed indoors or can be in
Ferndale Police Auxiliary Officer
These volunteer officers relieve regular line officers from performing auxiliary tasks and other functions that deplete the number of regular officers on the street.
The Auxiliary unit is used in a variety of functions ranging from crowd and traffic control to assisting regular officers search a crime scene for evidence. The unit is used also for disasters (i.e., to secure areas and direct traffic because of downed power lines, flood areas and many other disaster situations).
Ferndale Police Auxiliary members receive a great deal of training, both ongoing as well as formal training. Ongoing training is done locally at the department or around the station (if the auxiliary is practicing traffic direction). The Auxiliary Coordinator directs all training.
Formal training is conducted at Oakland Community College, Oakland Police Academy. The Auxiliary receives 120 hours of classroom and range time, covering 14 topics in the classroom. Topics include:
duties and responsibilities
mechanics of arrest
drunk driving enforcement
traffic direction and control
narcotics and dangerous drugs
The unit also receives OC (pepper spray) training through the department and CPR/First-Aid Certification annually.
In Ferndale, the department has always provided our auxiliary members with shirts, pants, hats, badges, coats, bullet resistant vests and name badges.
Auxiliary members are also required to purchase a department-approved firearm, all leather gear (belts, holsters, belt keepers and cuff case). Other equipement includes flashlights, whistles, rain hat covers, radio holsters, pepper spray case and other incidentals. This equipment cost can exceed $1,500.
The Auxiliary unit is a group of dedicated volunteers striving for the betterment and safety of the City of Ferndale and its residents.
Duties:Some functions performed by the auxiliary unit include:
State Fair pedestrian crosswalk
Memorial Day Parade directing traffic and security at the parade
Dream Cruise traffic and crowd control
House Check Program (when residents are going to be away on vacation or any other situations they can notify the Ferndale Police Department and have their homes checked by uniformed Auxiliary officers)
Surveillance projects (capacity of observation and reporting via radio)
Evidence searches at crime scenes (assisting the Detective Bureau)
Devil's Night patrol
Downtown details: Christman tree lighting ceremony
Attend funerals and/used as honor guards
State and National Police Memorial representation in Washington, D.C.
Fraternal Order of Police zoo trip
Olympic Torch Run
9-11 Memorial Service
Ferndale High School sports
Flag Raising ceremony
Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics
Fraternal Order of Police Santa Visitation
Many other city functions
The requirements to become an auxiliary officer in Ferndale are as follows:
Have a high school diploma
Be subjected to a background check
Have no criminal record
Pass an oral board interview
Approval and acceptance by the command staff of the Ferndale Police Department
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