Instructor Bridge Job Description Sample
Operations Bridge Support Operator
Job Location: Fort Huachuca, AZ
Salary: Competitive, Depends on Qualifications
Clearance: Current DoD Secret
Travel: Up to 25% CONUS
The purpose of this task is to provide all personnel, equipment, supplies, facilities, transportation, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and non-personal services necessary to support the RCC-C
The Operations Bridge Support Operator:
- Notify affected installations at least 24 hours prior to scheduled outages or repairs to the ETFM management and database servers.
- Provide timely situational awareness of critical events, their impact, reasons for outages, projected time to resolve, and final resolutions.
- Prepare approximately 100 network bulletins, 75 Technical Orders, and 25 Cyber bulletins per year with information about the DoDIN-A to USARCC-C NETCOP portal subscribers.
- Coordinate and register all DISA, USARCC-C, and installation ASIs within the theater that could affect Army users, per the USARCC-C ASI SOP and/or DISA or ACOIC ASI policies.
- Maintain points of contact roster for the GMN community of interest and update as changed.
- Process policy violation task orders and track status of responses.
- Provide policy violation reports as tasked by the COR.
- Serve as the primary interface to the 93d Signal Brigade, 106th Signal Brigade, 21st Signal Brigade, 7th Sig Cmd (T), NETCOM, ACOIC, ARCYBER and 2nd Army for incoming/outgoing taskings, OPORDs, directives, bulletins, and reports.
- Support all exercises in which the USARCC-C participates.
- Post recurring and event-driven USARCC-C reports, to include task orders, network bulletins, and Authorized Scheduled Outage Reports, to the AKO USARCC-C document library.
- Exercise personnel call-out procedures to react to recall alerts and other network events requiring emergency response.
- Review pertinent Operations Bridge information on the 7th SC (T) portal and update as necessary to provide timely situational awareness to theater portal users.
- Updates shall include information on all events affecting USARCC-C services and other DoDIN-A events meeting OPORD 05-01 (and its updates) thresholds.
- Provide network updates and prepare other reports, as tasked by the COR.
- Use Government-provided tools to monitor all USARCC-C managed devices for outages, performance issues, and service degradations.
- Coordinate with DISA, NECs, 93d Signal Brigade, 106th Signal Brigade, 21st Signal Brigade, CX-I community of interest, 7th Sig Cmd (T), and other organizations to research such network events as outages, degradations, and security issues.
- Monitor the CONUS DoDIN-A to meet USARCC-C situational awareness reporting requirements specified in Army NETOPS OPORD and its updates.
- Notify the DoDIN-A Support Analyst of all items within established thresholds that are reportable under OPORD 05-01and its updates.
- Monitor Operations Bridge e-mail inboxes for taskings and issues; initiate action in response to requests.
- Monitor and report status of the systems, applications, satellite communications, and networks operated and maintained by USARCC-C and/or specified in OPORD 05-01.
- Track and coordinate approximately 6,500 ASI tickets per year for NIPRNet, SIPRNet, DISA, and ACOIC.
- Create and maintain a log of all operational events, alerts, and alarms.
- Monitor other Web sites identified by the COR, as well as newscasts and weather reports for situational awareness.
- Perform situational awareness and reporting functions IAW USARCC-C SOPs, OPORD 05-01 and its updates, and other authoritative documents.
- Collect, process, display, store, and disseminate supporting DODIN-A related NETOPS Critical Information Reporting.
- Through the use of NETOPS tools, assess the status of CONUS theatre assets and analyze the operational impact and the risks associated from that impact for systems not functioning properly.
- Through network monitoring, anticipate opportunities or threats in execution, indications and warnings, and situational developments, then brief the Government on ways to mitigate the threats or take advantage of the opportunities identified.
- Assess, analyze gaps, and assist the Government in interpreting current and future NETOPS reporting policies on discovery and through synchronization meetings and by providing to the Government written assessments and recommendations based on their findings.
- Provide proactive and introductive theater-wide detailed situational awareness to facilitate C4IM situational understanding of theater network assets and status conditions and mission impact through tracking of trouble tickets and CCIRs.
- Through incident tracking across the theatre and management of the USARCC-C Portal, provide situational awareness of the CONUS network and theatre-estimated operational impacts from degraded network assets to the government.
- Receives and checks for accuracy all DODIN-A submitted Negligent Disclosure of Classified Information (NDCI) checklist and reports.
- Identifies all NDCIs not completed within the 7th SC requirement and drafts a report of non-compliance for the Government.
- Record and track all NDCIs within a centralized repository from conception to completion.
- Information will be stored into a knowledge based system IAW USARCC-C storage procedures by the contractor for the government.
- Develop Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) and Standing Operating Procedures (SOPs) as tasked by the COR.
- IT III/ NO IAT REQUIRED.
- Security + CE or higher
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Security, or related discipline.
- Five to seven (5-7) years of practical experience working with circuit actions, circuit restoration, and network management. Demonstrated competence with Spectrum and Solar Winds. Experience in the DISA circuit registration.
About the company:
As a Service Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) we are a provider of Information Technology (IT) professional services, software solutions and professional development training. Our core competencies evolved from leveraging IT enablers for knowledge management with an emphasis on Web Based Knowledge Portals and Portal Services, Server/System Services, SharePoint Development and System Administration and SQL Server Services. Our capabilities have expanded to include software development, technical training support and field support services.
Set the Example - "Be out front"
Persevere - "Find a way"
PTP offers a comprehensive benefits program:
Supplemental benefits (Short Term Disability, Cancer & Accident).
Employer-sponsored Long Term Disability
Holidays and Annual Leave
10 Paid Holidays
120 hours PTO accrual
Project Engineer - Bridge Construction
Project Engineers work directly with the Project Management team to manage the completion of new bridge construction and bridge rehabilitation projects in Michigan. From subcontractor management to direct relationship management with clients and owners, Project Engineers play a vital role in the success of the Company and don’t just sit on the sidelines!
Project Engineers work as a liaison between Superintendents and Project Managers and have a high level of involvement in exciting projects around Michigan. No two days are alike!
Why Work for C.A. Hull
This position is an entry point into C.A. Hull and has ample opportunity for growth and career development both in responsibilities and job title. Project Engineers at the Company can eventually transition into Project Management, Estimating or even Special Operations positions.
In addition to 100% employer paid benefits, C.A. Hull offers a friendly and positive environment that encourages growth and professional development. The Company also values and offers team building opportunities for its employees.
Desired Experience, Skills, and Abilities
- 100% commitment to safety, integrity and quality
- Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Management
- At least 1 year of experience in the construction of transportation projects preferred
- Experience working with the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is a plus!
- Understanding of project budgets, cost control and financial management
- Significant experience with computers and a variety of construction software
The position is full-time and permanent, with a competitive salary based on skills and experience. In addition, the Company offers 100% employer paid Medical and Dental insurance through BCBS, Company Profit Sharing plan which has historically averaged 10%, 401k match of up to 5%, vehicle allowance, paid time off, and professional development and training opportunities.
The Recruitment Process
The recruiting process is designed to ensure that we make the right hire for this critical position and will include a combination of phone and in-person interviews, candidate assessments, a pre-employment background check and drug test.
C.A. Hull is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer!
Bridge / Structures Engineer - Mid-Level
Felsburg Holt & Ullevig is seeking a highly motivated Bridge Engineer, with 8-12 years experience, to start a structures group in our Colorado Springs office, and integrate into the company’s current structural services and markets.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Analysis and design of various transportation structures including bridges, retaining walls and box culverts.
- Lead the preparation of plans, reports and specifications for projects. CDOT format preferred.
- Take ownership for projects, and performing field observation work when necessary, under minimal supervision.
- Manage small structural projects to include client contact, fee estimates, invoicing and other typical project management duties.
- Provide support, as the structural lead, to Felsburg Holt & Ullevig Project Manager on larger interdisciplinary projects.
- Use computer-assisted engineering and design software and equipment to prepare engineering and design documents.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
- Masters Degree in Civil Engineering, with a Structural emphasis from an accredited school, is required.
- 8-12 years of previous Bridge & Structures Engineering experience.
- Must have working knowledge of AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications, & CDOT Bridge Design Policies and Procedures.
- Proficiency in applicable bridge design software and structural analysis techniques is required.
- Must have familiarity with MicroStation, AutoCAD and other applicable software common to the field of structural and civil engineering.
- Project Management experience a plus.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
- PE is required. Colorado PE a plus.
Ielts Examiner - Bridge Education Group
Are you looking for a flexible and dynamic work opportunity to complement your current job or studies? Do you enjoy working as a part of a team that is passionate about international education and customer service? Then this position may be right for you!
Bridge is seeking qualified and highly reliable IELTS Examiners to provide examination services for IELTS Exams held on Saturdays at our language center in Denver. IELTS Invigilators deliver and grade exams for test candidates applying their strong academic skills and utmost integrity.
Bridge Education Group, Inc. (“Bridge”) has been a world leader in language education and teacher training for over 25 years.Based in Denver, Colorado, Bridge is a global company with operations in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile. Through our 5 main divisions, we offer services in English as a second Language (BridgeEnglish), education abroad (BridgePathways & BridgeAbroad), translations and interpretations (BridgeLanguages), and teaching English as a foreign or second language (BridgeTEFL). With just over 70 full-time employees and more than 350 teachers and trainers stretched across the world, Bridge comprises a diverse group of nationalities and cultures. Each year, we serve thousands of students, volunteers, and teachers from every corner of the globe. Please visit us at www.bridge.edu.
What makes Bridge different? Our people and our culture. Bridge is a multi-cultural and welcoming environment that is fast-paced, service-oriented and entrepreneurial. Our values and mission are an integral part of our culture: excellence, integrity, learning, innovation and teamwork. Transforming peoples’ lives through international education is what motivates us.
IELTS Examiner (Part-Time)
BridgeEnglish Language Center in Central Denver
Reports to: IELTS Administrator
Start Date: October 2018
The IELTS Examiner provides examination services for IELTS exams held at the language center usually on Fridays and Saturdays. Examiners work to create a secure exam while maintaining the highest levels of customer care and exam delivery and assessment. Invigilators are expected to abide by all rules and regulations set by the examining bodies. Specifically, Examiners will be responsible for the following duties:
- Candidate Examination and Monitoring – Examiners deliver and/or mark IELTS Writing and Speaking tasks in accordance with IELTS standards.
- Test administration – Examiners must complete appropriate paperwork and other administrative duties before and during the exam.
- Test security – Examiners must be vigilant at all times and follow all prescribed procedures to ensure that IELTS integrity is upheld.
- Performance monitoring & professional development – Examiners must be receptive to monitoring and feedback on performance and effectively correct any issues quickly. Examiners must participate in trainings, recertifications, and monitorings as needed.
Desired Experience and
- Undergraduate Degree
- An accepted TESOL/TEFL qualification
- IELTS Examiner Certification for Writing and/or Speaking Exams ( Examiners new to Center must complete face-to-face training and certify before first examining session)
- Three years full time TESOL/TEFL teaching experience.
- Experience working with diverse cultures is a plus.
- Punctuality and reliability
- High integrity and commitment to exam standards
- Vigilant, proactive work-ethic
- Very strong attention to detail and organization skills
- Outstanding customer service skills
- Ability to work well as part of a team
- Examiners receive $15 per speaking exam, and $7.5 per writing task (2 tasks per each testing candidate)
- Examiners have the flexibility to define their schedule ahead of time and sign up for examining shifts according to their availability.
- Tests take place 2-3 times per month, all on Saturdays, with speaking and writing exams taking place in the afternoon, beginning at 12:30pm and ending no later than 6:00pm. Occasional Friday speaking tests available. Examiner marking to take place at test center during the week.
Please click the application link below to begin the online application process. If hired, you will be required to provide proof of your eligibility to work in the United States. The company is looking to fill this position immediately. You are encouraged to apply asap.
Bridge is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Associate, Credit Officer - Bridge
Ready Capital offers a positive and diverse work culture incorporated with people who are passionate about their careers. We pride ourselves in being viewed as a premier place to work and encourage you to view our Credit Officer opportunity.
Summary of Position:
Credit Officer supporting Ready Capital's Bridge program.
Coordinate and manage all aspects of underwriting loan opportunities collateralized by transitional commercial real estate including multifamily, industrial, retail, office, self-storage and hospitality.
Structure and underwrite complex transactions with little or no guidance from Chief Credit Officer.
Present loan summaries and credit rationale to warehouse partners, CMBS rating agencies and investors.
No direct supervisory responsibly but serve as mentor for analysts.
Present/recommend credit decisions for new originations.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Drive new loan opportunities through underwriting process in a timely and efficient manner.
Establish and maintain effective relations with internal business partners including Production, Processing/Closing, Collateral Risk, and Legal; collaborate with teams to identify issues in a timely manner, formulate and propose effective solutions.
Promptly report to the Chief Credit Officer and/or Senior Credit Officer any adverse events or information that would have a material effect on individual loan opportunities.
Evaluate sponsors' business plan for commercial real estate and structure loan solution that supports the value-add execution strategy and timeline.
Analyze property's rent rolls, operating statements, capital improvements budget, leases and other financial information required to develop the loan sizer and Asset Summary Report.
Perform borrower/guarantor analysis, including financial statements and schedules of real estate reviews.
Research and analyze rent and sales comps for a property and convey findings in loan approval documents.
Review third-party reports and incorporate findings into the underwriting analysis; ensure reports are prepared to program requirements.
Conduct research and analysis of sponsors/management, properties, neighborhoods and other factors of a potential loan to ensure conformance with program requirements; analyze trends unique to the loan request.
Perform property site inspections and prepare appropriate documentation relating to inspection in a format consistent with internal guidelines.
Provide effective guidance to analysts.
Promote a favorable image of Ready Capital to potential and existing clients.
Skills and Experience:
Graduation from a college or university with major coursework in a discipline related to Accounting, Finance or Commercial Real Estate is preferred.
Minimum requirement of 5 years' experience in commercial real estate lending/underwriting.
Experience with transitional commercial real estate lending/underwriting is required.
Experience with CMBS lending and processes is preferred.
Thorough understanding of credit risk impact and consequence of errors in formulating decisions.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret commercial real estate property related financial reports and legal documents.
Strong loan structuring background needed to effectively mitigate credit risks embedded in the underlying transactions.
Property valuation skills coupled with knowledge of major commercial real estate markets.
Superior communication skills (written and verbal) with internal and external partners; ability to convey findings in a concise and comprehensive manner.
Expertise with Microsoft Word and Excel.
Proficiency with commercial real estate data/research providers such as CoStar, REIS and ARGUS.
Ready Capital (NYSE: RC) is a multi-strategy real estate finance company that originates, acquires, finances and services small- to medium-sized balance commercial loans. We specialize in loans backed by commercial real estate, including agency multifamily, investor and bridge as well as SBA 7(a) business loans. Headquartered in New York City, Ready Capital employs over 400 lending professionals nationwide.
Ready Capital offers a full range of benefits, including competitive salary, comprehensive health plans to choose from including dental, vision coverage, company-paid life & disability insurance policies, business casual dress and a great culture!
Ready Capital is an equal opportunity employer (EOE)!
Youth Success Case Manager - The Bridge Project (004245)
Tracking Code004245 Job Description
The Bridge Project is a program of the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work and provides a path for youth in Denver's public housing neighborhoods to graduate from high school and go on to attend college or choose a vocation by engaging them in educational opportunities and facilitating the development of life skills and self-sufficiency.
The Youth Success Case Manager will work with youth (9th-12th grade) and their families to engage them in building a path to success during and post-high school. The goal is to provide life skills education to enhance and empower youth and families' abilities to make healthy and positive life choices. This position will develop an effective network of resources in the community to assist families facing barriers. This position reports to the Education Director.
Implement the College and Career Readiness program for high school youth at all 4 Bridge sites by developing programming and collaborating with community organizations.
Provide case management to 9th-12th grade students which includes tracking academic proficiency and attendance in school, helping student develop career interests through various tools and workshops, partnering with the Pre-Collegiate Coordinator to integrate a student's Steps to Success portfolio into case management, which consists of post-secondary planning and accompanying milestones and engage caregivers in how they can best support their children's success.
Assure that all aspects of the TGYS grant are addressed; adequate data is collected, all reports are accurate and reflect the work being done and communication is in place with the appropriate Bridge staff. Participate as a member of the research committee to assure that the appropriate evaluation is being conducted.
Participate effectively as a member of the Bridge Project Team by collaborative problem solving, respecting the opinions of all and working to create a positive culture and work environment, which utilizes the gifts, abilities and skills of all staff and volunteers.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to read, analyze and interpret general business periodicals, research reports, professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations.
Ability to write reports, grants, business correspondence and manuals.
Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from the Bridge Board, groups of managers, employees, student interns, community members, program participants, scholarship students, school personnel, funding sources and the general public.
Ability to read, analyze and interpret financial reports.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide using whole numbers and decimals while planning, implementing and reporting budgets.
Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference.
Ability to apply concepts and analyze relevant data such as fractions, percentage rations, and proportions to practical situations.
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in diverse situations.
Ability to react quickly under pressure.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
Demonstrated ability to develop relationships necessary in the building of a community program.
Ability to handle multiple projects concurrently while paying close attention to detail.
Excellent word processing, internet and database skills.
Good judgement and tact in advocating for individual situations and keeping families in charge of the decision-making.
Ability to develop relationships and communicate with a wide variety of diverse people.
Excellent problem solving skills.
Understanding and experience in critical multicultural practice.
Ability to implement partnerships and be a team member.
Ability to find and engage resources for families both within and outside an academic setting.
Two years of college or an Associate's degree.
Experience in the afterschool field, working with children, youth and families in diverse, low to moderate-income communities.
Experience in program development and data collection.
Experience with middle and high school youth.
3+ years of experience working with low-income youth in an afterschool setting.
Strong track record of building relationships with youth.
Ability to support youth one on one and as a group facilitator.
Knowledge in positive youth development practices.
Knowledge of adolescent development, risk and protective factors for youth success.
During the school year: Monday
Thursday, 10:00 am
During the summer: Monday
Friday, 8:00 am
For best consideration, please submit your application materials by 4:00 p.m. (MST) on Friday, December 14, 2018.
Candidates must apply online through www.du.edu/jobs to be considered. Only applications submitted online will be accepted. Once within the job description online, please scroll to the bottom of the page to apply.
Please include the following documents with your application:
The University of Denver is an affirmative action employer and that age 40 and over, color, disability, gender identity, genetic information, military or veteran status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or any other applicable status protected by state or local law are not taken into account in any employment decision.
All offers of employment are based upon satisfactory completion of a criminal history background check.
DepartmentGSSW-Bridge Project Operations (219800)Position TypeFull-Time/Regular
Engineer Senior Structure And Bridge (Hampton Roads District)
Would you like to build a career in bridge engineering and construction at the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), an industry that will offer you long-term career opportunities? Do you strive to serve others and make the place where you work and live a better place to be?
Then consider working for VDOT, Hampton Roads District. VDOT is seeking individuals who are able to design structures and bridges for new construction, maintenance and rehabilitation projects. VDOT serves the citizens of the Commonwealth and travelling public daily through our mission to plan, deliver, operate and maintain a transportation system that is safe, moves people and goods, enhances the economy, and improves quality of life.
VDOT is the third largest state maintained highway system in the country, employing over 7700 people through a diverse workforce. VDOT's culture includes, teamwork, transparency, creativity, collaboration that values differences, and nimble learning. As a VDOT Engineer Senior Structure and Bridge, you will:
Serve as responsible-charge engineer in the evaluation, design, and detailing of all types and complexities of structures and bridges for new construction, maintenance and rehabilitation projects. Check statically determinate and indeterminate structures of concrete and steel to meet alignment, dimension, strength and economic requirements using AASHTO specifications to prepare plans. Compute dimensions and quantities of materials.
Provide construction support and direction regarding construction and maintenance of structures and bridges. Manage assigned projects to ensure timely and accurate completion. Review plans prepared by others to ensure correctness.
Core Responsibilities include: Design, Analyze and Check Structural Elements
Prepare preliminary and final bridge and structure designs for new construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation projects. Prepare bridge plans, sketches, and structural drawings.
Check structural plans prepared by others. Ensure shop plans meet AASHTO and VDOT specifications, are geometrically correct and meet requirements of project design plans. Investigate condition of existing structures and assist in developing scope of proposed bridge rehabilitations.
Analyze structures for safe load carrying capacity and perform structural calculations to ensure soundness and compliance of structural elements. Technical Guidance and Support
Provide technical guidance and support related to bridge construction activities, issues, and problems. Develop effective and economical recommendations to respond to construction problems and other bridge-related inquiries.
Participate in meetings to ensure bridge-related issues are presented. Project Management
Serve as project manager for new bridge design and bridge rehabilitation projects. Ensure effective development of bridge projects by coordinating design activities with other sections, divisions and consultants.
Assist in the development of scopes of work, develop and manage project schedules, review proposals and man-hours, assist with negotiations, review proposals, and coordinate activities for advertisement. Oversee project activities to meet project requirements. Maintain project records and correspondence.
Attend project meetings to give and receive updates on project progress. Meetings
Schedule, lead and participate in pre-construction conferences, contract showings, and other related structure and bridge construction meetings. Provide a thorough review of structural plans to ensure they conform with AASHTO and VDOT guidelines and specifications to minimize field problems and delays.
Additional vacancies may be filled from this recruitment. VDOT is an emergency response agency, therefore you will work outside of normal work hours during emergency operations when services are needed
You are minimally qualified if you have: ?experience applying civil engineering principles and practices related to structural engineering to include strength of materials, statics and structural analysis ?experience in structural steel design, reinforced and pre-stressed concrete design and soil mechanics ?knowledge of specifications and regulations to structural design (e.g. AASHTO and LRFD structural design standards). ?ability to estimate quantities and costs of materials ?ability to interpret construction plans and design specifications ?ability to produce structural design plans and notes ?Ability to manage projects and review and administer consultant design contracts ?able to communicate effectively orally and in writing with internal and external customers ?skill in the use of computers and software applications and engineering and design software ?A valid driver's license ?A valid Professional Engineer's License (PE)
?experience in the design and analysis of bridges and structures ?experience using AASHTO's LRFD design specifications ?considerable experience in bridge design engineering, repair, and rehabilitation * experience managing projects and consultants contracts ?experience using MS Office, bridge design, and Microstation software ?Master's degree or equivalent advanced level coursework and experience
If selected as a finalist, you will undergo: ?References and verification of work history ?DMV Records Check ?Verification of PE License ?Fingerprint-based criminal history records check This position also requires approved safety shoes as a reimbursable expense.
Lead Bridge Repairer
Characteristics of Work
Under general supervision, this position is responsible for building and repairs, primarily bridges, in support of District construction and maintenance.
Examples of Work
The following examples are intended only as illustrations of various types of work performed. No attempt is made to be exhaustive.
Related, similar, or other logical duties are performed as assigned. The Department may require employees to perform functions beyond those contained in job descriptions. The Department may modify job descriptions based on Department needs. The Arkansas Department of Transportation is an "at will" employer.
Build and finish carpentry jobs such as framing, form building, and outside and inside finishing.
Repair and construct bridges within the District.
Construct and repair guard rails.
Work on road crews.
Remove snow and ice during inclement weather.
Load, unload and stack bags of salt, sand, cement, chemicals, etc.
Train and provide direct assistance to Bridge Repairers.
The educational equivalent to a diploma from an accredited high school. Ability to read and speak the English language sufficiently to converse with the general public, to understand highway traffic signs and signals in the English language, and to respond to official inquiries, and to make entries on reports and records.
Ability to read blueprints and perform basic mathematics. Demonstrated skill and knowledge of carpentry techniques. Ability and knowledge to work with steel including the use of cutting torch, welder, drills, and air-operated wrenches.
Knowledge of traffic control. Ability and knowledge to rig scaffolds, slings, and blocks and tackle. Ability to paint and knowledge of paint equipment and methods.
Ability and knowledge to work with concrete including concrete mixers, finishing, jackhammers, and reinforcing steel. Effective leadership and communication skills. Valid Class A commercial driver's license with a tanker ("N") endorsement.
A pre-employment drug/alcohol test will be conducted after a contingent offer of employment or transfer has been made, and prior to the candidate performing any work for the Department in that capacity. Internal applicants who are already in a safety-sensitive position will not be subject to pre-employment drug/alcohol testing; however, offers to internal applicants who are not in a safety-sensitive position will be contingent upon pre-employment drug/alcohol testing. Subject to additional drug/alcohol testing according to the provisions of the ArDOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Program.
("Accredited" means the educational institution or program is accredited by an accrediting organization recognized either by the United States Department of Education or by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.)
There has never been a better time to join our team of dedicated public servants who strive to help the Department meet its mission to provide a safe, efficient, aesthetically pleasing and environmentally sound intermodal transportation system for the user. We offer competitive pay and benefits with many opportunities for career advancement.
If you need assistance completing the application, please contact Human Resources at 501-569-2454.
Senior Bridge Engineer (4529-872)
Build Your Career at STV
At STV, we not only tackle world-class projects, we also develop employee skills, recognize achievements and offer opportunities for advancement. So, if you're looking for a rewarding position working for an industry leader, then STV is the place for you. As a 100% employee-owned firm, we all have a stake in the business.
Grow at STV
Life is an ongoing learning experience, and we want you to continue to grow here at STV. We offer a number of programs and benefits, from professional development seminars, tuition reimbursement program, a career development program, online education initiatives, and much more to help you expand your knowledge and develop your skills, so you can take your career to the next level with STV.
Take Care of Your Personal & Financial Health
With a wide range of competitive benefit programs, we are committed to helping employees be personally and financially healthy and productive.
We are seeking a Sr. Structural Bridge Engineer with 8-10 years of relevant experience for our Chicago, IL office to work on various design and construction projects. Along with bridge design, you will develop proposals for new projects and mentor junior engineers. If you love being able to perform a mixture of office and field work then keep reading.
Primary responsibilities will include:
Ability to design both highway and rail bridges and related facilities
Provide direct development for proposals in support of business development and project proposal efforts.
Familiarity with AASHTO, IDOT and Illinois Tollway procedures and criteria.
Provide specific, conclusive calculations utilizing both LFD, and LRFD design approaches
Have experience with designing both superstructure, and substructure designs
Oversee structural production efforts for designs
Lead and mentor junior level team bridge engineers
Developing details and specifications relating to new and rehabilitation designs of Bridges and other heavy structures.
Performing studies and developing cost estimates for new Bridge and structure installations and rehabilitation options for existing ones.
Coordinate technical requirements of Bridge and other heavy structures with Bridge engineers, structural engineers, and architects.
A Bachelor's in Structural Engineering; Master's Degree a plus
Required Experience – 8-10 years of experience in the Bridge/heavy structure industry
Must have a PE with the ability to get an SE license
Strong oral and written communication skills
Experience with AutoCAD, Microstation, MS Office, and structural modeling software such as SAP2000, Midas, LARSA-4D, etc.
Proficiency using software, such as LARSA, LeapBridge, Risa3d, and STAAD.
Excellent written and oral interpersonal skills.
Proven accuracy and thoroughness.
Must be able to fulfill essential job functions in a consistent state of alertness and safe manner
STV is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities
Customer Service Rep(03564) - 1766 Hudson Bridge Road
You got game? You got spring in your step? You want the best job in the world? And a schedule that works with you, not against you? That's right, we live to beat the rush and make it possible to make, bake or take pizzas during the hungry hours of the day and night. You'll have plenty of time left over for school, hanging with your friends, or whatever. Sound good? Even if you just need a second job for some extra cash, you've found the right place!
Duties & Responsibilities:
We are looking for Customer Service Representatives with pep, personality and people skills. Customer Service Representatives are responsible for greeting customers, answering phones, providing world-class customer service and executing fast and accurate pizza making skills.
Your job responsibilities would include (but are not limited to):
Greeting customers and taking orders with a smile (yes, you even have to smile when you answer the phone)!
Operating the cash register and collecting payment from customers.
Making fast, accurate and consistent products while complying with all portion sizes, recipes and baking procedures.
Maintaining cleanliness of the restaurant from the first thing the customer sees all the way to the back of the store.
Maintain a professional appearance at all times in compliance within the Domino's Pizza Grooming Standards.
Other duties as assigned.
What are we looking for?
The good news is we can teach you how to answer the phone and make a perfect pizza. But here are a few skills you should have to be a successful Customer Service Representative:
Happy customers keep us in business. You've to be a fun and friendly person, who is comfortable talking to strangers.
The team is what makes working in our store fun. You have to be a team player who is on time every day with a great attitude!
Our stores are open 365 days a week. Yes, that's right even on the weekends and the holidays; that's when we are busiest! While you're schedule is pretty flexible, you have to be willing to work when the team needs you the most.
You have to be at least 16 years old.
We're growing so fast, it's hard to keep up, and that means Domino's has lots of ways for you to grow (if that's what you want), perhaps to management, perhaps beyond. Whether it's just your hobby, main-gig, or supplemental job, drop us a line. We are sure to have just the thing for you!
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