Instructor Watch Assembly Job Description Sample
Watch Operations Coordinator
Job Description: Job Number: R0015959
Booz Allen Hamilton has been at the forefront of strategy and technology for more than 100 years. Today, the firm provides management and technology consulting and engineering services to leading Fortune 500 corporations, governments, and not-for-profits across the globe. Booz Allen partners with public and private sector clients to solve their most difficult challenges through a combination of consulting, analytics, mission operations, technology, systems delivery, cybersecurity, engineering and innovation expertise.
Watch Operations Coordinator
Maintain responsibility for coordinating all 24x7 watch operations. Manage daily passdown information for watch shifts, conducting after–action reviews after significant watch events. Develop contingency playbooks to prepare watch standers for high interest and crisis events, train watch staff, and coordinate system outages affecting operations. Act as a two–way conduit of information between SIGINT planning and execution teams within the organization. Assimilate intelligence information from disparate sources and summarize for leadership.
5+ years of experience with SIGINT
1+ years of experience with multi–intelligence
Ability to assimilate intelligence information from disparate sources and summarize it for leadership
TS/SCI clearance with a polygraph
HS diploma or GED
Experience with Overhead SIGINT collection management techniques preferred
Experience with supporting watchfloor operations preferred
Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance with polygraph is required.
Integrating a full range of consulting capabilities, Booz Allen is the one firm that helps clients solve their toughest problems by their side to help them achieve their missions. Booz Allen is committed to delivering results that endure.
We are proud of our diverse environment, EOE, M/F/Disability/Vet.
Child Watch Attendant
In search of:
- Child Watch Attendant
Starting at $8.30
Excellent people skills with a focus on youth development
Creative, motivated, and fun
Ability to relate to diverse groups of people from all social and economic backgrounds
Seeking highly energetic candidates with a focus on relationship building and meeting the needs of individuals & families that participate in youth programming.
Provides careful, attentive supervision of youth in child watch, sports & youth lobby
works as a team player
interacts with children & families
implements program curriculum in a developmentally appropriate manner
Part-time staff receive complimentary memberships and discounted rates for child care and most programs.
Ymca Child Watch Attendant
In this position, staff serve as positive role models to provide engaging programming, and safe supervision and guidance for children ages 6 weeks – 12 years in the child watch facility.
Part-Time Child Watch Attendant
CCMC currently has a part-time Child Watch Attendant position located at Daybreak in South Jordan, UT.
We are searching for a new Child Watch Attendant to join our team. This is a part time position, 12 hours a week on the high end.
Currently we are looking to fill primarily morning shifts however flexible availability is ideal and may include weekends and holidays. We are an on-site, short term, child-care facility for a close-knit community. The children in our care range from 6 months to 8 years of age and are with us for up to 2 hours at a time. Expected hours will be: 9am-12pm three days a week.
Child Watch Attendants are responsible for maintaining a safe and inviting environment, greeting/assisting residents, and other duties as assigned. Candidates must be outgoing with a professional personality and have strong customer service skills.
Qualified applicants will display the following: strong attention to detail; ability to problem solve; ability to maintain confidential information; strong written and verbal communication skills; ability to work independently or with a group; and the ability to meet a high standard of customer service as well as enjoy working with children. Previous child care experience preferred. CPR certification is required within 90 days of hire.
Daybreak is a large scale master planned community nestled in the valley of the Wasatch Mountain Range. We currently have 3,500 homes and at build out will have 20,000.
Daybreak has multiple parks and exciting amenities to keep our residents entertained. The new Trax route recently opened and provides public transportation right from Daybreak into Salt Lake City! This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a growing community!
If you are interested, please email Curtis Clark at email@example.com.
Sales Associate (12 Hours) Watch Station - Richmond
We own 37.5% of the fashion watch market! That means out of every 10 watches bought, 4 of them of will be from the Fossil Group.
Look at your watch now, it's highly likely we designed it! The feeling at Fossil is one of fun, warmth, sense of humour and purpose. We want to accessorize the globe and want you to be part of our story!
To support our continued growth we are currently recruiting for a Sales Associate to join our team in Richmond.
We are completely different to other retailers – we love to talk to our guests about anything; Rugby, dogs, shopping, space – just whatever they are passionate about. Our Sales Associates tell us its refreshing because they are able to have authentic interactions! As a Sales Associate your most important job is to talk to people and to help create a fun place to work.
You will also be working towards individual sales targets that we call KPIS its really simple - if a guest is buying a watch show them a bracelet you love that matches.
Standards are really important to us too so when you don't have any guests to talk to, you will be cleaning, re-stocking and making sure all our products look great!
We need you to be available to work 12 hours a week over 2 day of the week.
We are looking for people who embody our core values; Authenticity, we are all in with our unique selves. Everyone is different at Fossil and we love it!
Grit, we push through, we bounce back and we set our sights on the prize & go after it. Curiosity, we ask what if? What's next?
Sense of Humour, we don't ourselves too seriously. Yeah, seriously. Making an Impact, we go big.
We perform. We make a difference.
Listed below are some the great benefits that Fossil offers:
Discount on licensed and Fossil brands
Free watch for new employees after 3 months
Fossil Birthday Watch
Our Watch Station Concession is located in House of Fraser, 80 George Street, Richmond, TW9 1HA.
To apply please visit our Fossil Group Careers Website www.fossilgroup.com/careers/
Please note due to data protection we can not accept CVs in store. If you have any technical difficulties applying email firstname.lastname@example.org. This email address is for technical issues only please do not send CVs
Program Director - Austin Youth River Watch
- Austin Youth River Watch
Posted by Jamie Green
- Jan 22, 2018
Posted in Nonprofit Job
Address: 10611 Platt Ln, Austin, TX, 78741
Start Date: Jan 22, 2018
Application Due Date: Feb 09, 2018
Salary range: $40,000-$46,000 annually, commensurate with experience
Job Classification: Exempt Status: 100% paid time
Posting open until: February 9, 2018 Earliest start date: As soon as possible
The Austin Youth River Watch office is located in the Hornsby Bend area of Austin, zip code 78725. Duties will include driving to various schools and project sites all across Travis County.
About Austin Youth River Watch
Austin Youth River Watch (AYRW, or "River Watch") provides an out-of-school time program that transforms the lives of underserved teens through youth development and environmental education activities focusing on Austin's creeks and watersheds, service learning, community engagement, and adventure. Our students, the "River Watchers," learn real-world science by monitoring water quality and performing restoration projects to improve watersheds throughout central Texas. In addition, we facilitate opportunities for our students to experience adventures in nature, learn about careers in related fields, build leadership skills, and engage with the broader community through our program.
We are hiring a full-time Program Director to work with River Watchers both independently and with a small team of program staff. The Program Director reports to the Executive Director.
Responsibilities and Duties
Direct and provide environmental education programming.
Lead and facilitate program staff in implementing the River Watch program, including daily programming and special programming, such as overnights, restoration projects, and educational field trips.
Direct programming by coordinating logistics, and by training, supervising, evaluating, empowering, and supporting all program team members.
Provide additional support by cultivating community relationships and recruiting volunteers.
Lead and facilitate programming for up to 10 students two evenings a week during the school year, regularly during the summer, and as needed throughout the year. Transport students during programming as needed.
Direct and empower program staff to: develop program content and curriculum aligning with state standards, teach current environmental science principles, and complete environmental restoration projects using best practices.
Lead and empower program staff to recruit, train, and mentor River Watchers, interns, and volunteers for various activities. Ensure the safety of all participants for program activities.
Master the AYRW Mentor Test content in order to teach these concepts to students, and support program staff in their teaching. Look for opportune teachable moments on a daily basis, and assist in the development of instructional materials and activities to aid various styles of learners.
Attain and maintain status: as a Certified Water Quality Monitor (training provided); in CPR/1st Aid certification (adult, child, and infant); and other trainings and certifications when appropriate.
Learn and reinforce concepts relating to ecological and hydrological enhancement, or stream improvement, associated with River Watch environmental restoration projects.
Procure and maintain monitoring equipment and program supplies in conjunction with other staff, including water quality testing reagents, restoration supplies, outdoor gear, food and drink, and other necessary materials.
Work with staff to regularly ensure the fleet of River Watch 12-passenger vans are in good operating condition, and safe for students, staff, interns, and volunteers.
Direct and provide youth development programming.
Lead and empower staff to facilitate social and emotional learning, life skills development, and peer mentoring throughout the program. You will be expected to be with youth multiple hours a day at least two evenings a week during the academic year, and for additional activities as needed.
Work with staff to plan and participate in youth leadership, service, career awareness, and community engagement activities. Assist in the planning of these events as needed.
Lead and empower staff to help students achieve personal, academic, and River Watch goals.
Collaborate with the Readiness Committee and program team members in facilitating career exploration, financial literacy, and other life skills development activities.
Be willing to connect students with resources, and to help brainstorm/edit college admission essays, resumes, and scholarship documents, including writing letters of recommendation.
Participate in program administrative and development activities.
Lead and facilitate the program staff in academic year and summer program design, outreach and evaluation efforts, and other program development tasks as needed.
Lead and empower program staff in recruiting students to maintain full River Watch enrollment by cultivating relationships with schools and other educational organizations, and by working with contacts to provide referrals. Maintain a working wait-list for interested students when needed.
Direct and implement the collection of student and participant attendance and demographic data, permission slips, surveys, and other forms as needed. Document all data and records as required.
Work with other staff to regularly clean and maintain the River Watch office or "EcoHouse."
Support website, social media, mail and other program communications as needed.
Develop and maintain good relationships with AYRW staff and board members, parents, teachers, and other community stakeholders. Actively promote a positive program environment.
Build community relationships with individuals, businesses, and other organizations to secure opportunities for River Watch restoration projects, special programs, and donor cultivation.
Identify, develop, and lead presentations for community outreach and events.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
Skills and Experience
Supervisory experience with paid or volunteer staff.
Experience in program management and administration, ideally in nonprofit settings.
A minimum of three years working with secondary school students.
Experience in educating and mentoring youth, especially at-risk youth. A passion for helping young people envision and work towards personal achievement is essential.
Bachelor's degree in natural or environmental sciences, science education, or geography; or education and experience in related fields, such as social work or general education.
Environmental monitoring and watershed restoration experience.
Demonstrated competency with environmental science and outdoor education activities. Our program includes overnight and multi-day camping and canoe trips.
Demonstrated competency driving a multi-passenger vehicle, such as a van or commercial vehicle, to transport others for extended periods of time in populated areas.
Strong organizational and communication skills (active listening, speaking, and writing).
Technology skills: MS Office programs; Google Drive, Gcal, and other cloud-based applications; CRM/database programs (GiftWorks, Salesforce); and social media.
Passing a comprehensive criminal background check.
CPR/1st Aid certification (adult, child, and infant). Can be attained once employed.
Basic water rescue certification or equivalent. Can be attained once employed.
Experience with youth development or counseling activities strongly preferred.
Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred. Multi-lingual appreciated.
Familiarity with LCRA, CRWN, or Texas Stream Team water quality assurance/quality control.
Experience with WordPress or other web design platforms preferred. Graphic design and the creation and editing of video and multimedia appreciated.
Competency and experience with building and outdoor maintenance tasks preferred.
The ideal person will:
Have a passion for working with youth to achieve personal and educational goals;
Demonstrate sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural differences;
Be a self-starter who is able to anticipate and address needs in dynamic contexts;
Have a demonstrated ability to create positive learning environments;
Demonstrate a willingness to grow and learn in youth development and environmental education fields by attending trainings, conferences, and other opportunities;
Have courteous and professional conduct, and represent Austin Youth River Watch in a responsible and professional manner by modeling our mission to all stakeholders;
Maintain appropriate professional boundaries with youth, parents, staff, board members, program partners, volunteers, and community members; and
Demonstrate the ability to work with diverse staff, volunteer, and student teams, and possess strong conflict management skills.
This job requires significant time driving a 12-passenger van during afterschool and summer programming. The Program Director must be able to lift heavy objects (up to 50 pounds), and may be subject to standing, walking, sitting, bending, reaching, stooping, kneeling, crouching, or crawling frequently or for long periods of time. Work is performed primarily outdoors, with exposure to varying temperatures and potentially inclement weather. This employee will occasionally need to participate in experiences that can be physically demanding.
The Program Director will be exposed to hazardous chemicals, though safety equipment will also be made available. This employee must be able to perform job duties with minimal supervision, and may be required to handle tools that require strict accordance with safety protocols.
The approximate daily schedule for program staff during the school year is as follows: September-May, 12:00-8:00 PM, with afterschool programming approximately 4-8 PM, Monday through Thursday; and 9 AM to 5 PM on Fridays. During the summer program, June-August, the approximate daily schedule is 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Meetings and other commitments can be scheduled at other times, as needed. We run an extended camping trip for River Watchers during the week of Spring Break, and staff may work 120-130 hours during this period. The Program Director can expect to work on several weekends throughout the year, which includes multiple overnight campouts, sleepovers, and special events each semester. Schedule flexibility can be expected following these intense time periods.
Austin Youth River Watch, as an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. AYRW is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, religion, or veteran status in employment, educational programs, or other activities. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request. AYRW is pleased to provide such assistance, and no applicant will be penalized as a result of such a request.
To Apply: Interested and qualified applicants should submit a resume, a cover letter with your statement of interest, and a list of at least three references to email@example.com. Candidates who progress in the application process will be invited for interviews in Austin, Texas, beginning in late-January.
NCC Watch Floor Officer (Cyber Operations Analyst) 2/3
Do you desire a patriotic role and the chance to defend our nation's cyber infrastructure? Do you enjoy learning about new technologies and how they can be used to provide cutting edge services to our customers? If so, then look to join the Northrop Grumman Mission Systems team.
The NCC Watch Floor Officer (Cyber Operations Analyst) 2/3 position will be located in Arlington, VA. The candidate selected for this role must be able to support shift work.
This requisition may be filled at a higher grade based on qualifications listed below.
Officers will be responsible for: monitoring the NCC accounts, in accordance with their security clearance for communications infrastructure-related information; interfacing with sector representatives; responding to initial requests from the sectors or other parts of DHS; and performing initial research into answers, issues, or events prior to turning the action over to customer leads
Watch Officers will support the NRF, ESF#2, and CS&C Cyber Initiatives.
Attend meetings and discussions, interface with industry or outside agencies for the purpose of taking notes and doing assessments.
- To be considered for this position, you must minimally meet the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed below. This requisition may be filled at a higher grade based on qualifications listed below. This requisition may be filled at either a level 2 or 3.
Bachelor's Degree in a technical discipline with a minimum of 2 years related technical experience required for the level 2 role.
Bachelor's Degree in a technical discipline with a minimum of 5 years related technical experience required for the level 3 role.
Active Top Secret Security Clearance with SCI eligibility is required. In addition, selected candidate must be able to obtain and maintain a favorably adjudicated DHS background investigation (EOD) for continued employment.
Knowledge of cybersecurity and/or IT security.
Previous experience supporting watch floor and/or service desk operations.
Broad expertise in research, analysis, and writing skills and able to perform triage on questions, issues, or events involving the nation's critical communications infrastructure.
Experience implementing technical specifications, system requirements and other related application design information.
Ability to provide additional support in the event of national security event.
Ability to support shift work.
- Candidates with these preferred skills will be given preferential consideration:
Successful candidates will have a strong background in a telecommunications discipline is ideal.
Experience working with Geospatial Visualization Systems, preferably Esri ARCGIS products Attention to Detail.
Flexible to work different shifts.
Telecommunications/communications infrastructure experience.
Available for extended duty, on-call and/or deployment to alternate locations within the region or continental U.S., as needed.
Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. For our complete EEO/AA and Pay Transparency statement, please visit www.northropgrumman.com/EEO. U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.
Watch Dissemination Officer
Watch Dissemination Officer
Req #: 203678
Location: Mclean, VA US
Job Category: Information Technology
Security Clearance: TS/SCI with Polygraph
Clearance Status: Must Be Current
The CACI, Inc.
National Services Business Group has immediate openings for motivated Watch Dissemination Officers in support of Intelligence Community requirements.
These roles are primarily based at customer facilities throughout the National Capital Region. This effort offers the opportunity to work with a team of seasoned professionals who provide management, mentorship operational expertise within their area of specialty.
Stands rotating 12 hour watches in support of the Operation Center's mission to provide senior USG, IC officials and global forward deployed elements with international, national and regional situational awareness. Receives and processes emergency notifications, incident and intelligence reporting formation about other events impacting or affecting US national interests.
Reviews and evaluates incoming reports, information, and programs to ensure timely and effective response to incidents and/or developing emergencies in which the USG may be involved or interested. Collects information from other government agency SITREPS and SPOTREPS during emergency situations in order to prepare reports that keep the national leadership informed of threats or issues.
Maintains systems for receipt, analysis, and dissemination of information and data pertaining to incidents, potential and actual emergency situations, and routine intelligence data, operational data, and information from other U.S. Government agencies (i.e., State Department, National Security Council, Department of Defense, Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the National Response Center).
Reviews and evaluates incoming reports, information, and programs to ensure timely and effective response to incidents or to train and validate responses to a wide variety of scenarios. Participates in exercises, assists in the analysis of results, and provides input to After Action Reports.
Maintains current knowledge and oversight of emergency plans, procedures, and resources of specific program offices as well as their pre-crisis analysis and planning in order to provide assistance to program officials managing crisis situations and to ensure availability of emergency operations resources. Recommends, changes to plans and procedures as appropriate.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Must possess an active and verifiable Top Secret Clearance with the ability to obtain a Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) with polygraph. Inability to maintain this requirement is grounds for dismissal.
The position is considered critical-essential. As such, the employee may be required to return to the assigned duty station outside of normal duty hours to provide support to policy makers, particularly during crisis periods.
The employee must be able to deploy to an emergency relocation facility during crises or relocate to other sites for an undetermined amount time in support of continuity requirements.
The employee is assigned to specific shifts; day, night and weekends. Shift assignments may be occasionally changed to provide for scheduled absences such as sick leave or annual leave.
Knowledge of incident response planning and preparedness operations, considerations, and functions in order to understand and report on factors and problems presented by incidents and threats
Watch Center experience with proven ability to work in a stressful and fast-paced call center environment
Sound judgement with the ability to interact with personnel at all levels of government.
Oral and written communications skills
Experience with customer systems
CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers.
CACI is proud to provide dynamic careers for employees worldwide. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
Ship Safety Watch
External Job Description
The Ship Safety Watch will be responsible to:
Verify integrity of hull openings, i.e. hull valves shut and red tagged.
Check oxygen (O2) levels throughout the ship to verify proper occupancy levels.
Act as the ship's Fire Warden.
Routinely check bilge levels and other relevant parameters, as assigned.
Perform hourly tours of the ship in the manner directed.
Ride the ship during ship movements until re-secured pierside.
In addition, this position will be performed within the Machinist Installation department. Other responsibilities will include using a wide variety of tools and machinery. The tools range from wrenches and screwdrivers to complex and
sophisticated equipment such as saws, drill presses, optical equipment, mills, portable machines, boring equipment, precision grinders, instruments and lathes.
The candidate MUST have five (5) years experience testing and conducting watch standing operations on SUBMARINE ship systems, or have equivalent experience on submarines, carrier nuclear/propulsion, or A-gang experience. The selected candidate must have knowledge of hydraulics, high air pressure, low air pressure, and Naval propulsion plant systems.
High school graduate or equivalent preferred.
Additional work hours will be required during operational testing evolutions.
Weekday Night Watch Springville Girls & EA Program
To ensure the safety and security of the school buildings andgrounds, its patients, employees and guests. Must be 21 yearsof age to work with youth.
Basic reading and writing ability; knowledge of typical safety andsecurity procedures; sound judgment and decision-making skills;skills in crisis ma
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