Keyboard Action Assembler Job Description Sample
Keyboard Skills Instructor
The Chicago High School for the Arts (www.chiarts.org) seeks a dynamic part-time teaching artist for the 2018-19 school year in the Music Department to teach the following courses:
- Keyboard Skills I (Monday/Wednesday/Friday 3:00 to 4:00 and Tuesday/Thursday 2 to 3:30 and Tuesday/Thursday 3:30 to 5)
Keyboard Skills I is designed for students with no previous keyboard experience. Physically, students will develop strength and agility of all fingers and independent coordination of the two hands. Reinforcing the material taught in Music Theory Fundamentals, the class will incorporate tonic-dominant chords and major scales. The skill of note reading will also be emphasized. By the end of this class, students will be able to play simple right hand melodies accompanied by block chords or arpeggiated harmony in the left hand.
The Chicago High School for the Arts (ChiArts®) develops the next generation of artistically gifted, diverse scholar artists through intensive pre-professional training in the arts, combined with a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum. The school approaches the development of students through a whole-student approach and through an ongoing learning environment for all staff to continuously develop their understanding of our scholar-artists. We strive to build upon, and improve our practices to make sure we are always serving all of our students to the best of our abilities.
The Keyboard Skills Instructor supports the mission of the school by fostering a safe, healthy, and inspiring learning community for students and teachers. The ideal candidate will be a specialist in the field, have the passion and skills to create a learning environment that offers a rigorous pre-professional arts training challenging students to achieve at high levels, and is experienced in working with high school age students. Instructors at ChiArts will be required to differentiate instruction, design lesson and unit plans that properly assess student achievement, and encourage skill development and critical thinking.
Classroom and professional duties include, but are not limited to the following:
Embrace and promote the ChiArts vision, mission, educational approach, goals, and core values
Prepare structured lessons that encourage and foster skill development, critical thinking, applications, and ethics.
Instruct conservatory level courses, serving students with various learning styles, abilities and needs.
Employ outstanding classroom management skills and implement the school code of conduct.
Regularly assess student achievement, skill mastery and career development skills.
Submit unit plans on a timely basis.
Manage classroom administration and record keeping including: grades, attendance records, student progress and documentation of student work.
Regularly communicate with students, parents and other ChiArts staff to share artistic progress, encourage positive behavior, and resolve behavioral and artistic issues.
Attend and participate in faculty and administrative meetings, parent conferences, open house, other school functions, and in- service professional development sessions.
Collaborate with the staff to develop "best practices" tailored to the unique philosophy and instructional approach of ChiArts and to the needs of its student population.
Collaborate with other ChiArts artistic and academic faculty and the larger arts community.
Perform other duties as the needs of the school and needs of the students may demand (e.g., competitions, exhibits.)
Work with academic staff to ensure student's overall success at ChiArts.
SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor's degree in music theory, composition or performance
Minimum three (3) years previous teaching experience at a pre-professional or professional level preferably in the content area.
Prior experience teaching high school students is strongly preferred.
Illinois State Teacher Certification is strongly preferred.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Excellent interpersonal skills
Excellent curriculum development skills
Excellent classroom management ability
This is a part- time, hourly position. Hourly pay will be commensurate with experience and qualifications
Qualified applicants should upload the following:
(1) Cover Letter
(2) Resumes (teaching, performance, other related resumes)
(3) Salary History and Requirements
(4) 3-5 Professional References: Name, position, telephone number, and email (upload as "other" document).
No phone calls or emails please.
Finalists will be asked to submit additional materials (personal work examples and lesson plan examples) at a later time. Be aware that every item listed on a resume is subject to verification and that any offer of employment is contingent on a successful background check.
Keyboard (Career Portals) Teacher
REPORTS TO: Principal APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open Until Filled LENGTH OF WORK YEAR: 10 months DATE REVISED: 08/27/2015 WAGE/HOUR STATUS: Exempt SALARY RANGE: $46,880
Minimum $63,320 Maximum PAY GRADE: Teacher PRIMARY PURPOSE:
Provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences designed to help them fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth. Enable students to develop competencies and skills to function successfully in society.
Bachelor's degree from accredited university
Valid Texas teaching certificate with required endorsements for subject and level assigned
Highly Qualified as per NCLB guidelines, if applicable to teaching assignment
Knowledge of subjects assigned
General knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Develop and implement lesson plans that fulfill the requirements of district's curriculum program and show written evidence of preparation as required.
Prepare lessons that reflect accommodations for differences in student learning styles.
Present subject matter according to guidelines established by Texas Education Agency, board policies, and
Plan and use appropriate instructional and learning strategies, activities, materials, and equipment that reflect understanding of the learning styles and needs of students assigned.
Conduct assessment of student learning styles and use results to plan instructional activities.
Work cooperatively with special education teachers to modify curricula as needed for special education students according to guidelines established in Individual Education Plans (IEP).
Work with other members of staff to determine instructional goals, objectives, and methods according to district requirements.
Plan and supervise assignments of teacher aide(s) and volunteer(s).
Use technology to strengthen the teaching/learning process.
Student Growth and Development
Help students analyze and improve study methods and habits.
Conduct ongoing assessment of student achievement through formal and informal testing.
Assume responsibility for extracurricular activities as assigned. Sponsor outside activities approved by the
- Be a positive role model for students, support mission of school district.
Classroom Management and Organization
- Create classroom environment conducive to learning and appropriate for the physical, social, and emotional
development of students.
Manage student behavior in accordance with Student Code of Conduct and student handbook.
Take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities.
Assist in selection of books, equipment, and other instructional materials.
- Establish and maintain open communication by conducting conferences with parents, students,
principals, and teachers.
Maintain a professional relationship with colleagues, students, parents, and community members.
Use effective communication skills to present information accurately and clearly.
Professional Growth and Development
- Participate in staff development activities to improve job-related skills.
- Keep informed of and comply with state, district, and school regulations and policies for classroom
Compile, maintain, and file all reports, records, and other documents required.
Attend and participate in faculty meetings and serve on staff committees as required.
Performs all duties in a safe manner to avoid injury to oneself and/or to others.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
- Supervise assigned teacher aide(s)
Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:
- Maintain emotional control under stress; frequent standing, stooping, bending, pulling and pushing; move small stacks of textbooks, media equipment, desks, and other classroom equipment
The foregoing statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to this job and are not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties that may be assigned or skills that may be required.
Signature of Employee: Date
The Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, gender, age, national origin, disability, military status, or on any other basis prohibited by law.
Elliot Health IS An Equal Opportunity Employer And Affirmative Action Employer
Physical Therapist – Pediatrics
Large multi-disciplinary outpatient clinic looking for a physical therapist with experience managing the pediatric population. Common diagnoses include torticollis, toe walking, developmental delays, and pediatric neurologic conditions. Works in collaboration with other PT's, OT's and SLP's in a clinic that sees patients ranging in age from newborns to geriatrics.
- The role of the physical therapist within Elliot Health System is focused on the delivery of rehabilitative services. The physical therapist evaluates, plans and implements specific treatment programs for patients according to the principles and practices of the specific discipline (PT, OT, SLP) and setting (acute care or outpatient).
Prepares for patient evaluation by conducting medical record review identifying areas of focus, contraindications and precautions. Ensures orders for therapy are active and appropriate.
Evaluates the skilled therapy needs of the referred patient and develops a written prioritized plan of care, including short and long term rehabilitation goals developed in collaboration with the patient and/or other members of the health care team.
Meets all Elliot Health System (EHS) standards for timeliness and quality of rehabilitation documentation and communication utilizing the electronic medical record.
Updates treatment plan, re-evaluates patient and communicates with referrer and other clinicians involved in the patient's care.
Performs treatments within specific discipline effectively and efficiently, incorporating current best practices and evidence supported treatment interventions, to promote optimal functional outcome and attainment of patient centered goals.
Establish and implements discharge plan and instructs patient, family member(s), and other essential personnel in effective performance of home exercise programming or other strategies to maximize function. These may include, but aren't limited to: instruction in the use of home medical equipment, adaptive devices or customized equipment (splints, orthoses, ACC devices, etc).
Provides clinical supervision of therapy assistant(s), rehabilitation assistants, and/or other essential personnel in the implementation and revision of the rehabilitation plan of care.
Meets production and quality expectations as established by Elliot Health System rehabilitation leadership while adhering to the Code of Ethics of professional practice within the specific discipline (APTA, AOTA, ASHA).
Promotes patient safety and meets regulatory expectations by adhering to EHS Infection Control and Environment of Care Standards.
Adheres to EHS Rehabilitation Services policies and procedures.
Provides support tasks as delegated by direct supervisor.
Supports EHS Rehabilitation Services commitment to clinical development by participating in the departments clinical affiliation program. After practicing successfully for a period of 1 full year, the staff therapist is expected to act as a clinical instructor, taking on a student as assigned every 18-24 months.
Participates in EHS Rehabilitation ongoing clinical development programming, with the delivery of an educational presentation once per year on a topic of their choice. Participation may include, but is not limited to: in services (network or clinic), journal club, community outreach, or other educational opportunities.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
Competency within the established clinical discipline.
Excellent customer service skills.
Knowledge of Infection Control Standards.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to adapt to emergency situations and act according to established policies and procedures.
Ability to endure periods of heavy workload or stress.
Ability to transport self to and from off-site locations.
Ability to operate a personal computer and related software.
Ability to interact with physicians and staff and participate as a team member with individuals inside and outside the department.
Education: Graduate of an accredited Physical Therapy Program with corresponding Entry Level Degree required.
Experience: Previous experience in clinical setting preferred, but not required. Recent graduates eligible.
Certification/Licensure: Licensed as a Physical Therapist by the state of New Hampshire Physical Therapy Governing Board required. CPR certification required or able to complete within first 90 days.
Software/Hardware: Experience with EMR preferred.
ELLIOT HEALTH IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
HR Analyst, Affirmative Action And Equal Employment Opportunity
The Analyst role within DaVita's People (HR) Insights & Analytics team is designed to compile complex data sets, produce ongoing regular reporting, generate insight, and help draw conclusions and recommendations about DaVita's business using DaVita's people data. The role would have a focus on Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity analyses. Analysis would be using a variety of people data, such as recruiting, talent, compensation, benefits, financial, survey, and other people related items. The successful candidate will also develop new analytical solutions, improve report design and find efficiencies through automating and streamlining existing data processes. This position reports to a Manager in People Insights & Analytics.
Produces reports and ad hoc data requests at regular intervals using tools such as SQL Server, Excel, Workday, Qualtrics and Tableau.
Prepare mandatory Department of Labor reports; EEO-1 and VETS 4212 reports.
Assist with the preparation and analyses of Affirmative Action Plans.
Maintain and analyze internal reports to measure the effectiveness of programs and goal attainment.
Uses database queries to gather supporting data and analyzes results.
Identifies relationships and trends in data to uncover insightful findings.
Monitor federal and state employment regulations
Collaborate with external vendors and internal teams to ensure compliance
Work with recruiting on maintaining an outreach management database
Maintain database of required documents for OFCCP audits
Works within the HRIS applications (primarily Workday and SQL Server) to help research and resolve missing information or data errors within systems.
Identify and implement automated tools within HRIS applications to enhance compliance.
Develops and supports tools and training materials used by other teams within DaVita.
Identifies opportunities to automate / streamline reports, and redesign reports to include these efficiencies.
Develops scorecards, dashboards, and reports that effectively depict information in a concise and actionable manner.
Maintains data security for highly sensitive records, ensuring no data leaks outside its intended area.
Develops and enforces data standards, including documenting who should have access to data, and definitions and calculations of common data fields.
Other duties as required.
Reports and summarizes results analyses, including information in the form of graphs, charts, and tables, simplifying it into an executive-ready format.
Summarizes insights, conclusions, recommendations, and identifies next steps.
Interprets the meaning of information for others, translating or explaining what information means and how it can be used.
Bachelor's Degree required in business, economics, engineering, finance, mathematics, statistics, psychology or other applicable quantitative or management related field.
1+ year in a business environment, gathering and using data to solve business problems. Management consulting or similar experience a plus.
2 years of experience in database querying and understanding of relational database design preferred. SQL and/or Workday preferred.
Experience using working with multiple data sources to generate insights from analyses, answering questions, creating solutions, and manipulating large data sets to measure the effectiveness of projects, programs, and efforts for an organization.
Strong written and verbal communication skills; experience collaborating on project teams, managing relationships with clients, and presenting to audiences a plus.
Intermediate to advanced skills in Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint required.
2 or more years of related Human Resources experience preferred.
Experience responding to government compliance requirements a plus.
Knowledge and understanding of EEO/AA and anti-discrimination laws and regulations a plus.
Associate Director, Center For Service And Action
Under the supervision of the Director of the Center for Service and Action, the Associate Director provides leadership in pursuing the overall mission of the Center, in alignment with the Mission of the University and within the Jesuit and Marymount traditions. In collaboration with campus partners, the Associate Director's primary focus will be to support and create opportunities for students to become socially responsible citizens committed to building a more just world.
Position Specific Responsibilities:
Collaborate with campus partners such as Campus Ministry, Academic Deans, Ethnic and Intercultural Services, Student Leadership and Development, Student Housing, Athletics, etc. to develop campus wide initiatives that focus on student engagement in the greater Los Angeles community.
Develop ways to engage Silicon Beach partners in joint community service and community engagement programs.
Support Director with Center's Strategic Planning process and annual goal development and monitoring.
Represent the department on divisional assessment committee and lead the department in assessment and development of the annual report.
Supervise the Assistant Director of Campus Programs who is responsible for 10 Service Organizations, 2 residential communities focused on community engagement, the post-graduate service program and the Ignatian Service Corps.
Supervise the Alternative Break Program Coordinator who is responsible for 12 annual Alternative Break programs in the winter, spring and summer breaks.
Supervise Community Engagement Fellows Program.
Serve as liaison to the Strauss Foundation and coordinate the annual application process.
Coordinate the annual Riordan and Arete application process and culminating events.
Supervise the student leaders of the Empowerment Fund who hold monthly application and grant funding sessions, as well as the processing of financial reimbursements.
Serve as liaison between the Associate Vice President of Auxiliary Management, donors and student staff in the management of the LMU Food Pantry.
Supervise student staff assigned to the Associate Director.
Provides leadership for the Center in the absence of the Director.
Serves on University, Divisional and/or community committees as appropriate.
Represent LMU within the non-profit community, professional organizations or associations, and serve on committees and boards as required.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of the Center.
Minimum 7 years of professional experience in college student development, higher education administration, education, community engagement or non-profit/public administration. Experience with administering/coordinating programs and curriculum design, including responsibility for developing and implementing new initiatives. Significant experience with and understanding of university systems, practices and procedures.
Demonstrated knowledge and ability to animate LMU's Jesuit Catholic mission, vision and values.
High level of cultural competency, including sensitivity to issues of race, class, and the ethical dilemmas that may arise from the development of strong reciprocal campus and community partnerships.
Ability to establish and maintain collaborative relationships with faculty, staff students and community leaders.
Strong oral and written communications skills
Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel and development of audio/visual presentations.
Availability to work nights and weekends when necessary.
Highly developed organizational and leadership skills.
Demonstrated computer competency. Proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel and development of audio/visual presentations.
- Typically a Master's degree in student development, higher education administration, social work, public administration, non-profit leadership or another related field. Incumbent will be expected to continue upgrading knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to keep abreast of regulation/policy changes.
Physical Demands (if applicable) Special Instructions Exemption Status: Exempt Salary Grade Minimum: Salary Grade Midpoint: Posting Date 05/16/2018 Application Deadline Date:
Action Request Center (Arc) Lead
For 29 years, clients in the private and public sectors have relied upon SOS International LLC (SOSi) for critical operations in the world's most challenging environments. SOSi is privately held, was founded by its current ownership in 1989, maintains corporate headquarters in New York City, and specializes in providing logistics, construction, training, intelligence, and information technology solutions to the defense, diplomatic, intelligence and law enforcement communities.
All interested individuals will receive consideration and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or protected veteran status. SOSi takes affirmative action in support of its policy to advance diversity and inclusion of individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
5-180619-7059: Action Request Center (ARC) Lead
Fort HuachucaOpen Date6/20/2018 JOB DESCRIPTION
Join STG, Inc. and watch your career soar! Be part of a diverse team of men and women who solve the most challenging problems today.
The Action Request Center (ARC) Lead is the first line of support for the ARC staff. The ARC Lead is responsible for managing/monitoring the staffing and work requirements for the team. The ARC Lead will ensure the necessary coverage is established on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. The ARC Lead will provide maximum oversight of all operations within the team.
The ARC Lead works directly with the Operations Branch Chief, Operations Division Chief and other Technical Team Leads. The ARC Lead will guide the processes for the ARC's documentation, ticket auditing, training, hiring, and sets expectations. The ARC Lead is the voice for the team to develop and streamline processes with the assistance of other Technical Team Leads. As the ARC Lead, they will establish and facilitate team meetings, maintain government/contractual reporting, establish process/guidelines, address concerns professionally, and set the stage for the team posture.
HS + 3 or AA/AS +1 or BA/BS year experience Customer Service/ IT/ Help Desk experience
To include up to 2 years of management, supervisory and/or leadership experience
Must be able to work in a dynamic environment with consistent changes
Keyboarding skills of at least 40 WPM
Experience in using Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
Must be able to handle high volume phone calls throughout the day with optimal phone etiquette, while assisting other users via Walk-ins and Emails
Applicants must be available to work various shifts such as, Day (0600 – 1430), Swing (1400 – 2230), and Midnight (2200 – 0630) but not limited to
While this is not a shift position, applicants must also be able to work weekends and holidays, as required in order to evaluate and train staff
The schedule is subject to change in order to fulfill the needs of the mission
Comp TIA Security +
Knowledge of Information Technology System Management (ITSM) application
Call Center experience
ITIL Foundations (V3)
ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONResponsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Complete daily, weekly, and monthly reporting for leadership
Oversee the day to day operation of the team
Work directly with the ARC Assistant Leads and Shift Leads to ensure task are completed accurately and timely
Oversee the auditing, tracking, and trending processes
Maintain scheduling for the team
Identify and correct deficiencies within the team
Identify and address team and/or personnel behavior and/or performance deficiencies
Provide coaching and counseling, as necessary
Ensure adherence to team, organization, and company policies and procedures
Communicate with Technical Teams for process and ticket alterations
Ensure a clean and safe working environment for all staff
Applicants must be available to work Day (0600 – 1430), Swing (1400 – 2230), and Midnight (2200 – 0630) shifts, if required. Applicants must be available to work weekends and holidays, as required. Schedule is subject to change in order to fulfill the needs of the mission.
Communities In Action Corps Richland Co. Boys And Girls Club
Communities in Action Corps is a state AmeriCorps program that will develop stronger communities in Eastern Montana by addressing social determinants of health such as Physical Environment, Education, Child Development, Health Services, Personal Health and Mental Health Practices, Employment and Working Conditions, and Safety. The Communities in Action Corps program provides Host Sites with energetic and passionate Communities in Action Corps members who will work locally to improve the quality of life in Richland County and Eastern Montana through assessment, planning, and health education.
CIA is working in response to the modern day needs of frontier life by incorporating all aspects of community health and wellness (social, psychological, environmental, and community wellbeing). Communities in Action creates a system that develops networks across communities and organizations to accomplish more than any one individual, organization or community could do on their own.The Boys & Girls Club of Richland County, Montana is an after school and summer program for children in kindergarten through 12th grade designed to provide a safe place for kids to learn and grow. The Club offers daily activities of homework help, arts & crafts, and gym. Our goals are to encourage healthy lifestyles, academic excellence, leadership and character development, and to provide fun, educational activities for kids in Grades K-12. The Boys & Girls Club is a place where ongoing relationships with caring adult professionals occur and where life enhancing programs and character development experiences happen.
Permits attendance at school during off hours , Car recommended . Service Areas :
Children/Youth , Education , Health , Hunger , Community Outreach . Skills :
Education , Leadership , Fund raising/Grant Writing , General Skills , Social Services , Youth Development , Food Scarcity , Teaching/Tutoring.
Communities In Action Corps- Richland County Housing
Communities in Action Corps is a state AmeriCorps program that will develop stronger communities in Eastern Montana by addressing social determinants of health such as Physical Environment, Education, Child Development, Health Services, Personal Health and Mental Health Practices, and Safety. The Communities in Action Corps program provides Host Sites with energetic and passionate Communities in Action Corps members who will work locally to improve the quality of life in Richland County and Eastern Montana through assessment, planning, and health education.
CIA is working in response to the modern day needs of frontier life by incorporating all aspects of community health and wellness (social, psychological, environmental, and community wellbeing). Communities in Action creates a system that develops networks across communities and organizations to accomplish more than any one individual, organization or community could do on their own.The Richland County Housing Authority operates a variety of federal and state subsidized rental programs that serve individuals making up to 80% of the area median income. In working with our tenants we have noticed that there is a lack of information available to help people actually take meaningful steps out of poverty. Many of our tenants are very hard working individuals, often working full time, or multiple jobs, but without the support, services or skills have trouble ever renting from the private market or moving into homeownership, or even just being able to save enough money to weather a small emergency.
We look forward to working with an AmeriCorps member to help analyze the available services offered already in our community, and areas that may currently not have services and work to bridge the gap between those who need the help and those providing it. We are also hoping to develop a better understanding of the housing resources that are available in our community outside of our own agency.
Permits attendance at school during off hours , Car recommended . Service Areas :
Housing , Community Outreach , Community and Economic Development , Health , Hunger , Homelessness . Skills :
Communications , Community Organization , Non-Profit Management , Public Speaking , Leadership , General Skills , Public Health , Writing/Editing.
2018 Housing Action Illinois Vista Leader
Housing Action Illinois fights to expand and protect affordable housing throughout the state; we unite, educate and activate 160 member organizations in working to alleviate poverty through housing-related services. Our VISTA Leaders help manage the Housing Action VISTA Network which places 30 AmeriCorps VISTA Members and Summer Associates in diverse projects at member organizations.
The VISTA Leader will promote leadership, professional development, and collaboration for the 30 VISTA Members through mentoring, training, troubleshooting, mediating, and creating resources as needed. They will also expand and improve the Housing Action VISTA Network by developing more efficient and user-friendly systems and tools for reporting, training, and recruiting. Important Qualification: Individuals are eligible to serve as Leaders only if they have successfully completed at least one term of service with AmeriCorps VISTA, AmeriCorps State and National, AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC), or one traditional term of service as a Peace Corps volunteer.
Permits working at another job during off hours , Permits attendance at school during off hours . Service Areas :
Homelessness , Community Outreach , Housing . Skills :
Leadership , Social Services , Conflict Resolution , Writing/Editing , Public Speaking.
Action Line Sales Leader
What will I be doing?
As an Action Line Sales Leader you would be responsible for executing your position's responsibilities in alignment with our Spirit of Service culture and driving company success through performing the following tasks to the highest standards:
Assisting the sales management team in closing timeshare sales to qualified guests.
Support the management team in meeting sales goals, mentoring and reporting needs.
Motivate, coach, challenge and assist the sales team in closing vacation package sales to qualified guests.
Work with managers to assist in meeting sales goals, training and reporting needs.
Assist in the development of training programs for new hires as well as existing staff members to increase production levels.
Develop production-oriented training programs for new and existing sales team members.
What are we looking for?
Hilton Grand Vacations is a leader in the vacation ownership industry, operating with an unwavering commitment to innovation, quality, and continued growth. At the core of our company's success are our Team Members. To fulfill this role successfully, you must possess the following minimum qualifications and experience:
Previous Sales Management experience in the timeshare/vacation ownership industry is highly preferred.
At least 1 year of experience as a TO closing sales.
At least 3 years of "branded" timeshare/vacation ownership Sales experience.
High School graduate or equivalent
What will it be like to be a Team Member with Hilton Grand Vacations?
There's something truly unique about Hilton Grand Vacations. The foundation of our culture has been about creating memorable experiences and making a positive impact within our industry and the communities in which we live and work. Our Team Members are the driving force behind these efforts. It is their talent, passion, and commitment to our brand that has fueled the success of Hilton Grand Vacations.
Hilton Grand Vacations develops, markets, and operates a system of brand-name, high-quality vacation ownership resorts in highly desirable vacation destinations. Our company also manages and operates two innovative club membership programs: Hilton Grand Vacations Grand Vacations Club® and The Hilton Club®, providing exclusive exchange, leisure travel, and reservation services for more than 250,000 Club Members.
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