Jewel Stringer Job Description Sample
Campus/Location:University Park CampusDate Announced:08/04/2017Date Closing:open until filled
Job Number:73334Work Unit: Student AffairsDepartment:Campus Recreation Tennis CenterFull/Part Time:Part–Time
A Racquet Stringer employed with Penn State Campus Recreation is primarily responsible for stringing/re-stringing tennis racquets to members and guests of the Tennis Center. Familiarity with the game of tennis and prior experience stringing racquets is preferred but not required.
Applicants must be able to work days, evenings, and weekends as necessary. A pplications will be kept on file through July 31, 2018 and will be reviewed as positions become available. Campus Recreation is a department within Student Affairs that provides fitness, wellness, and recreational programs to the campus community through the operation and administration of the new expanded and renovated 200,000 sf Intramural Building, the McCoy Natatorium, the 700-acre Stone Valley Outdoor Recreation Area, a Tennis Center including six clay courts and four indoor courts, the White Building, Adventure Recreation, Aquatics, Club Sports, Fitness and Wellness Programs, and Intramural Sports.
Hair Stylist - 03329 - HC Lockport Jewel Osco Shopping C
Auto req ID: 35306BR
Posting Title: Hair Stylist
Department: Hair Cuttery Salon
Salon: 03329 - HC Lockport Jewel Osco Shopping C
Address: 16551 W 159th St
Salon City: LOCKPORT
Position Status: Full Time
Category: Hair Stylist
Imagine a career where every day is different. Every client is a new canvas on which you can express your artistry. Start your career with Hair Cuttery today!
As a Hair Stylist for Hair Cuttery, you have the opportunity to WOW and delight clients by exceeding their expectations and promoting our Smile Back Guarantee. Hair Cuttery Stylists perform quality, professional services and provide retail recommendations to clients so that they can recreate your style at home.
Hair Stylist Requirements:
Must have a passion for people and customer service
Ability to build and maintain strong client and team relationships
Ability to work independently and as part of a team to achieve salon goals
Desire to continuously improve and a willingness to learn
Strong interpersonal, oral communication and listening skills
Ability to be flexible and adapt to business needs
Reliable and available to work various schedules, including nights, weekends and holidays
MUST HAVE A COSMETOLOGY LICENSE in the state you are applying for AND eligibility to work in the United States
As a Hair Stylist for Hair Cuttery, you will:
Earn commission based compensation based on your performance and contribution
Have the opportunity to earn higher commission levels based on targets achieved as well as earn quarterly productivity & bonuses
Benefit from the wide range of services you can offer to your clients including cuts, styles, highlights, color, permanent waves, relaxers and up dos
Benefits for Salon Associates:
- FREE Advanced Education by REDKEN Certified Professionals, Career Path opportunities, Performance Awards, Flexible Schedule and a Unique Culture that's ALL ABOUT THE PEOPLE! PLUS Medical Coverage options, Paid Time Off, 401(K) Savings Plans, Dental Insurance and Vision Insurance!!
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Cook - Jewel House Assisted Living
Provides a high quality meal at all times to residents, guests, and staff. Participates in all aspects of food production. This position may be required to supervise other staff positions. The cook reports to the Executive Chef and or Director of Dining Services
- Prepares all food in accordance with the daily menu planner, using Senior Lifestyle standardized recipes, in a timely manner.• Works the food line during mealtime.• Plates food in an attractive manner and ensures that all condiments and garnishes are prepared and served with the appropriate foods.• Keeps work area and serving line equipment clean and adheres to sanitation cleaning schedules.• Ensures proper food temperature maintenance.• Keeps stock rooms, coolers & freezers clean and ensures that food supply stocks are rotated, all perishables are labeled, dated and stored properly.• Keeps food waste to a minimum by using food storage and food recycling techniques. • Attends all required training, in-service, and staff meetings• Performs all duties in adherence to Senior Lifestyle Corporation standards.• Strives to maintain a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation of equipment, and the achievement of safe working practices.• Maintains a positive and professional demeanor toward all residents, visitors, and co-workers.• Adheres to all policies and procedures of Senior Lifestyle Corporation.• Performs other duties as assigned
A High School Diploma or General Education Degree; or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Obtain/hold any local, state and/or county required food handling/sanitation licenses and/or certificates.
Licensed Practical Nurse (Lpn) - Jewel House Assisted Living
Position Summary: Provides licensed nursing services to residents, following the guidelines provided by Senior Lifestyle Corporation. This position reports to the Director of Nursing and may be required to supervise other staff positions.
- Responsible for medication administration for the residents in compliance with Federal & State regulations and Senior Lifestyle Corporation guidelines.• May be responsible for the admissions of new resident to include all admission assessments and documentation.• Responsible for completing acute and long term care plans.• May be responsible for clinical system tracking eg. Wounds or infection control under the direction of the director of nursing.• Provides general consultation regarding health-related concerns within the community.• Notifies physicians and/or family members of any change in resident's health and provides proper documentation.• Responds quickly to all emergencies.• Maintains close communication with all departments and staff members.• Provides educational meetings for residents and staff.• Understands roll in the Safety & Disaster Plan.• Maintain confidentiality of residents' and prospective residents' information. • Attends all required training, in-service, and staff meetings.• Strives to maintain a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation of equipment, and the achievement of safe working practices.• Maintains a positive and professional demeanor toward residents, visitors, families, and co-workers.• Adheres to all policies and procedures of Senior Lifestyle Corporation.• Performs other duties as assigned.
A High School Diploma or General Education Degree; or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Must have a Licensed Practical Nurse's License current in the state in which they are practicing. Also, needs to be CPR Certified.
The Assignment Editor coordinates the news gathering efforts of News Reports and Photographers. Enterprise and identify, select and develop viable story ideas by researching reporter leads, newspapers, monitoring emergency scanners, magazines, websites and other potential news sources. Responds to all incoming calls from the public, viewers, and from reporter/photographers in the field. Maintain daily contact with police and fire agencies. Write digital versions of breaking new stories for web and social media. Must be able to assess the importance of current events, react quickly to breaking news, and communicate effectively with staff members. Maintain logistical arrangements for news stories including assignment of crews, cars, gear, and ENG trucks. Tune in live shots as necessary. Conduct interviews in-house, via phone, via SKYPE (and other technologies) for inclusion in news stories. Operation teleprompter as needed.
Essential Job Functions:
- 55% - Identify, select and develop viable story ideas by researching reporter leads, newspapers, monitoring emergency scanners, magazines, websites, and other potential news sources. Write digital versions of breaking news stories for web and social media. Maintain files for court dates, press conferences and other pre-planned news events.
- 20% - Effectively communicate story ideas during news meetings, and via phone and e-mail with in-house staff and field news crews and MMJs, for proper coordination of news gathering efforts. Arranges and schedules interviews for news crews by calling sources and following up until interviews are finalized.
- 15% - Responds to all incoming calls from the public, viewers, and from reporter/photographers in the field. Maintains daily contact with police and fire agencies.
- 5% - Coordinates reports from affiliate stations and local stringer reports. Reviews and files all newsroom incoming mail and faxes. Maintains news files.
- 5% - Writes story summary to include follow-up ideas and suggestions for the staff.
Education – College degree preferred in Communications, Broadcasting or Journalism.
Experience – Preferred one-year experience in radio or television or previous internship(s).
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of all news gathering equipment and sources
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work cooperatively with diverse groups of individuals.
Ability to handle multiple tasks and work under pressure of tight deadlines and last-minute changes.
Ability to be inquisitive and self-directed while gathering news in a fast-paced and competitive environment.
Must be able to assess the importance of current events, react quickly to breaking news and communicate effectively with staff members.
Travel Required: Less than 5%
LSV IAM NDT Inspector
Performs magnetic particle, liquid penetrant, and visual examinations. Inspections completed on material and assemblies manufactured from ferrous metals in the form of castings, forgings, plates, bar stock, weldments, structural forms, manufactured parts and completed assemblies. Inspects welds for cracks, undercuts, slag inclusions and workmanship. Inspects machined parts for defects associated with grinding and machining; such as heat stress cracking and tearing. Also inspected are castings for cold shuts, hot tears, shrinkage and porosity; forgings for laps and burst, plate and bar for laminations, stringers and seams, heat treated parts for cracks and in service parts for fatigue cracks. The incumbent is certified at Level II in magnetic particle inspection (both wet and dry process, and continuous and residual methods), liquid penetrant inspection (visible and fluorescent), and visual inspection per NDTQA-L1 in compliance with T9074-AS-GIB-010/271, NAS 410, and SNT-TC-1A. Has satisfactorily completed the necessary classroom instructions and has passed the appropriate general, specific and practical examinations per NDTQA-L1.
Works under the supervision of a Team Leader/Manager who gives minimal instruction. Team Leader/Manager is available for consultation.
Selects job assignments by system dispatch and/or as otherwise instructed. Upon completion of a job, employee will close sequences in computer system which verified the work is complete to Quality Requirements.
Analyzes documentation, such as drawings, military specifications and standards, Quality Verification Plan (QVP), Quality Assurance Procedures (QAP), Procurement Inspection Plans (PIP), etc., to determine the level of inspection and the best method of inspection and tooling required to perform the inspection.
Reviews supplier's certified test results. Make entries in computerized system to accept or reject product as appropriate. When required, can explain quality requirements of material inspected to DCMC or suppliers.
Responsible for completing necessary paperwork and documentation in accordance with work instructions or procedures in a neat and organized manner
Employee is responsible for maintaining/improving housekeeping in his/her work area and adhering to established safety rules and practices.
Must understand shop floor computerized time and attendance system and independently execute assigned responsibilities. Examples of those responsibilities are: clocking in and out upon arrival and departure from work, close shop order sequences when work is complete, acceptance transactions, input DMR data as required, etc.
May be required to perform other inspection duties as qualified.
Bcgp Mechanical / Development Engineer
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SUMMARY: The Development Engineer is responsible for generating, developing and implementing propulsion, mechanical, electrical, laminate, and structural system designs on marine products built for commercial, law enforcement, and military use. Also responsible for developing new tooling designs as necessary for new product moving forward. This will include use of Computer Aided Design (CAD) software to ensure designs are robust and manufacturing friendly. These designs must meet all necessary internal quality and supplier requirements, be in compliance with all applicable regulatory bodies, and be executed in the most cost-effective, efficient manner. Also responsible for creating technical documentation packages and engineering drawings as necessary. Candidate must have the ability to manage a project from its inception at quotation to its completion at delivery and all phases inclusive.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Accountable for all phases of product development including quotation of new projects, new component design and documentation, propulsion & mechanical systems development, laminate design, electrical system design, and bill of material (BOM) development.
Develop designs for new FRP tooling and/or aluminum structures for new product as required to quickly and accurately respond to market changes and new customer requirements. Develop new product ideas in the form of 2D drawings and/or 3D models.
Develop structural designs for stringer systems, aluminum superstructures, engine installations, vessel lift systems and tow post designs.
Engineering and implementation of alternative propulsion system technologies into new and existing hull platforms including but not limited to diesel engines, water jet, and sterndrive propulsion systems.
Ensure reliable engineering and integration of boat systems including but not limited to propulsion support systems, electrical, fuel, and fire fighting pump systems.
Work with Sales to quickly and accurately respond to customer requests for quotation (RFQ).
Provide manufacturing support for new designs and facilitate the resolution of production issues as new product moves through the facility to completion.
Ensure that all designs meet supplier and internal quality standards and specifications.
Collaborate with component suppliers during design, installation, and problem resolution.
Provide accurate material and component specifications for the sourcing of new and replacement components.
Work with suppliers on the development of new systems and components to ensure continuous improvement in the quality and value of vessel systems.
Produce technical documentation packages as required for certain Federal contracts.
Ensure compliance as necessary with all regulatory bodies including but not limited to ABS, DNV, ABYC and ISO standards.
Ensure adequate and accurate documentation to support manufacturing including but not limited to construction drawings and process work instructions.
Develop and compose technical documentation to assist end users with the familiarization of a fully customized vessel.
Initiate Engineering Change Notices (ECNs) as necessary to execute and properly document product changes.
Travel may be required to meet with prospective customers, benchmark competition and/or support product in the field. Travel time for this position will be less than 10%.
Desired Skills and Experience
Bachelor's Degree in Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or related discipline required.
Consideration will be given for candidates with significant related work experience in lieu of educational requirements.
Working knowledge of Small-Craft ISO standards specifically 12217 a plus
Knowledge of ABS, DNV, ABYC a plus
NMMA compliance certification a plus
Minimum of 3 years experience in the design & engineering of powerboats required
Recreational, commercial, and/or law enforcement boating experience preferred
3D CAD experience: NX, Catia, Pro E, AutoCAD/Mechanical Desktop or Rhino preferred
LSS and ISO:9001 experience a plus
Experience with boat related mechanical & electrical systems and shipboard tender interface systems a plus
Experience with firefighting equipment a plus
Experience with fiberglass manufacturing processes and aluminum construction techniques
Experience with material properties and application selection for metals and composites
Proficiency in PC based tools with a focus on Microsoft Office, AS-400, and general web based applications
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts; high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; and toxic or caustic chemicals. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
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Sr Administrative Assistant
This SeniorCoordinator is going to be part of the Executive Programs delivery team. Youwill work closely with our senior team members, organising meetings, managingtheir agenda and supporting overall clients operations (analysing data, monthlyforecasts, and helping with client retention related challenges). This rolewill give you a great opportunity to learn from the inside about our impactfulbusiness and C-level Clients we provide service for. You will have great careerdevelopment opportunities within our growing organisation.
Organisemeetings, including calendar management and scheduling meetings
Assist in theproduction of the monthly operational forecasts for the Management team
Coordinateregional team meetings
Assist withorganisation of local peer forum meetings and other regional, client focused,events
Update theorganisation chart and business continuity plan
Attendance ofHigh Leverage meetings e.g. check at 90, hackathons
Assist withorder logging and updating the necessary spreadsheets.
Take on anyad-hoc tasks and projects as required by the business
Assist in theproduction of the monthly operations pack including graphing trends
Pull reports asneeded.
Assist in thecreation of Oracle iProcurement contracts and monitor expenditure vs agreedbudget, raise POs as necessary to pay stringers
5+ years administrative experience
Fluent English language skills essential
Experience managing projects and agendas
Experience in an extremely fast-paced work environment preferably inProfessional Services or IT
Experience of organising small events would be an advantage.
Great time management skills and ability to prioritise between several tasks
Interest in technology will be an asset
Highly skilled in using MS Office package – Excel, PowerPoint and Word
Be a proactive team player and provide support to other areas as needed
Actively participate and collaborate to share best practices with the ResearchSupport Services
communityto improve service efficiency and effectiveness throughout the GlobalCoordinator team
Job ID 00020041
Seasonal Osmp Trails Crew Member
Overall Job Objective
Work as part of a 3-6 person crew to construct, repair, and maintain trails and related facilities and to perform related duties as assigned. Work involves heavy lifting, digging, carrying, brush cutting and operation of power equipment in the construction and maintenance of natural surface and crusher fines trails. Position emphasizes and involves a variety of knowledge and abilities in the field of trail construction and maintenance, including excavation and grading of trails, carpentry, dry stone work, and operation of a motor vehicle, mechanized equipment and trailers. Position requires hiking up to 10 hours per day, carrying a backpack and hand tools, and working outside in occasionally inclement weather. Positions require working up to 10 hours per day. Positions require the ability to lift, push, pull and/or carry loads of 50 pounds repeatedly on grades and sloped terrain. Positions require bending for long periods using hand tools and using equipment that vibrate severely such as chainsaws, power carriers, rock breakers and plate compactors for up to 10 hours a day. Trail Labor positions will work with Jr. Rangers, AmeriCorps crews, volunteers and other groups and individuals assigned to trail projects. Depending on experience, Trail Worker positions may be required to assist in training and working with Jr. Rangers, AmeriCorps crews, volunteers, and other groups and individuals assigned to trail projects.
Duties & Responsibilities
Work as part of a crew to construct, repair and maintain trails and related facilities including, clearing, excavation, and grading; tread, drainage and structure construction, maintenance, and repair; basic carpentry work; and use of associated tools and equipment.
Clean, repair, maintain and organize vehicles, tools and equipment.
Work as part of a team.
Take proper safety precautions, anticipate unsafe circumstances, and act accordingly to prevent accidents. Use all proper safety equipment. Report all accidents and damage to city property.
Operate and use specialized equipment: trail dozers, excavators, power carriers, gas powered rock drills/breakers, winch and rigging equipment, chainsaws, grinders and sharpening tools, etc.
Depending on experience: Assist the Trail Crew Leader in training crew members in essential skills, abilities and safety; ensure crew uses safe work practices, and coordinate guidance from the Trails Supervisor and Trail Maintenance Staff. Provide work leadership and skills training to volunteers and other groups performing trail work.
Remain generally alert to conditions and events occurring in assigned areas indicating misuse. Anticipate needed maintenance and reports such problems to supervisor.
Responsible for knowing and complying with all city and department policies; participating in professional trainings and development; and adhering to attendance and workplace attire policies.
A specific length of time and experience is not required for this position, but candidate must show that through experience and training you possess the quality level of knowledge and skill necessary to perform the duties of the position at the level for which you are applying. Qualification emphasis is on the quality of experience, not necessarily the length of time.
Ability to follow written and oral direction involving multiple task assignments.
Ability to follow written specifications, plans and drawings
Ability to work effectively for extended periods performing work which involves heavy lifting, digging, carrying, brush cutting, and operation of power equipment in the construction and maintenance of trails.
Ability to lift, push, pull and/or carry loads of 50 pounds repeatedly on grades and sloped terrain.
Strong outdoor skills, including knowledge of hiking, backcountry navigation, and outdoor emergency preparedness.
Ability to work outdoors in all types of inclement weather and hike up to 10 hours over uneven terrain.
Ability to use and perform preventative maintenance on basic hand tools common to the trade, including shovel, pick mattock, McLeod, Pulaski, axe, pruning saws, loppers, rock bars, sledge hammers, and wheelbarrows, etc.
Ability to use and perform preventative maintenance on basic power equipment common to the trade, including power carriers, brush cutters, augers, rock breakers, chainsaws, and plate compactors, etc.
Ability to clean and organize supplies, vehicles, and equipment and follow established procedures.
Ability to evaluate conditions in assigned area and make judgments related to safety.
Ability and willingness to work as part of a team and learn new skills.
Effective interpersonal skills, including communication and conflict resolution skills.
Ability to keep accurate records, organize information, and follow established procedures
Driving skill, experience and acceptable motor vehicle record; valid driver's license.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS – In addition to the required minimum qualifications:
Skill and knowledge in common trail construction, repair, and maintenance techniques such as: carpentry and stone work (retaining walls, steps, staircases), drainage structures (swales, waterbars, culverts, etc), turnpike, puncheon, cribbing, simple short-span stringer bridges, trail tread (full bench), gabions, vegetation clearing, and placement/finish of surfacing materials. Includes selection of proper materials. Applies to both ADA-accessible and non-ADA trails.
Ability to assist the Trail Crew Leader with organizing and training other crew members in essential skills, abilities, and safety.
Ability to provide work leadership and trail skills training to volunteers and other groups performing trail work.
Knowledge and ability to assist the Trail Crew Leader with directing the crew in safe work practices and coordinate guidance from other Trails Staff.
Skill in the use and maintenance of power/mechanized equipment common to the trade, including winches, Pionjars, trail dozers, and excavators.
Skill and ability to safely buck aerial and multi-tensioned fallen trees and to safely fall sound trees in the direction on their lean.
Knowledge of basic rigging techniques and configurations, including high lines.
Ability to perform risk and hazard analysis and implement proper safety controls; ability to judge existing and incoming weather patterns and plan work tasks accordingly.
Certified Basic First Aid Supplemental Information
WORKING CONDITIONS - Required Physical and Mental Effort, and Environmental Conditions: In addition to the information listed in the job duties and requirements sections. Physical and Mental Effort: Ability to perform a wide range of strenuous physical and manual tasks in an outdoor environment. Work requires frequent bending, stooping, walking, standing, and kneeling. Positions require repeatedly lifting, pushing, pulling and/or carrying loads of 50 pounds on grades and sloped terrain. Positions require bending for long periods using picks, shovels, etc., and using equipment that vibrate severely such as chainsaws, power carriers and plate compactors for long periods of time. Positions require ability to hike over uneven terrain. Work Environment: Work is often performed outdoors and often under adverse weather conditions. Work in a setting subject to continuous interruptions and background noises. Machines and equipment used include, but are not limited to the following: Common trail hand tools (shovel, pick mattock, McLeod, Pulaski, axe, pruning saws, loppers, rock bars, sledge hammers, wheelbarrows). Common and specialized trail equipment (power carriers, chainsaws, brush cutters, augers, gas powered rock drills and breakers, skid steers, trail dozers, excavators, Boulder Busters and Griphoist, drum winches and rigging equipment). 4WD vehicles, standard office equipment including personal computers, telephones, calculators and copy machines. Required Background Checks
- Department of Motor Vehicle • Background (Criminal) Check • General Reference
Editor - Henry County Local
Henry County Local
The Henry County Local, a 3,500 weekly community newspaper in Eminence, Ky., has an immediate opening for an editor. The editor will be a key leader of the editorial staff, supervising a reporter while collaborating with a sports editor in planning and editing the news team's product in print, online, special sections and through social media. The newspaper offers a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k) and paid time off benefits. The Henry County Local can also be found online at www.hclocal.com.
Degree in journalism with editorial background or equivalent experience
At least three years' experience in print media with a working knowledge of the overall newspaper production process
Understanding of journalistic ethics and legal/libel knowledge
Solid news judgement, writing (hard news, opinion, and features), researching, editing and photography
Excellent spelling, grammar, punctuation and accuracy plus a proficient knowledge of AP style is necessary
Ability to meet deadlines
Proficiency in InDesign (page design skills), Adobe Photoshop and all Microsoft software preferred
Experience in leading people is preferred
Effective time management and organizational skills
Availability to cover events that will occur on weekends and evenings
Must have reliable transportation and a valid driver's license to cover assignments
Plan weekly content, including assigning stories/photo shoots
Write stories and editorials, edit copy, take photographs and paginate news and community pages
Oversee and direct staff and stringers to provide the best quality stories while staying within set budget
Provide adequate stories and photographs for each issue and special section
Paginate special sections
Help to prepare, implement and operate within an annual strategic plan to accomplish product and service improvement and grow audience
Actively participate in various community functions and events. Take a leadership role in the community.
This is a full-time, exempt position.
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