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Trenchless Sewer Lining - Installers/Technicians
Gillece Services, a leader in the home services industry, is looking to add an experienced Pipe Lining Technician to our Pittsburgh Area Team ! We are looking in the Pittsburgh Area and Surrounding Counties.
Priority consideration for candidates with experience with pipe lining, pipe bursting, and sewer line spot repairs. Minimum two years of experience with residential sewer lining.
* Must have at minimum two years of residential sewer lining experience.
* Must know how to run and install Perma-liner® lining material in a residential sewer line.
* Trenchless sewer replacement Experience
* Have a valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record.
* We require background checks and drug tests on all employees.
What we are proud to offer you:
Weekly Paid Training
Paid Vacation Time
Company Paid Phone
Company Paid Vehicle
Set up line process as directed.
Assign tasks to lines workers.
Perform regular inspections of items produced to assure client specifications are met.
Monitor and communicate line progress to supervisor/manager.
Document training, inspections, assignments, time and productivity for assigned lines.
Follow safe-working practices at all times.
Set up and operate machinery and equipment, as needed.
Train new leads, as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent required and one or more years of general work experience.
Basic computer data entry and navigation skills,
Ability to prioritize tasks in changing situations,
Detail-orientation and ability to identify errors,
Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment,
The trait of being reliable to regularly report to work promptly, as scheduled,
Ability to move frequently about the line area and facility.
Ability to position oneself to lift, carry or otherwise move objects weighing up to 50 pounds.
Transmission Right-Of-Way Forester - 508167
Transmission Right-of-Way Forester - 508167
Organization: Transmission & Power Supply
Department: ROW Supervisor-West
Location: Cordova, Tennessee
Posting Open: 10/16/2018
Posting Close: 10/26/2018 at 11:59 PM EST
Responsible for effectively managing projects within a comprehensive Vegetation Management, Initial Clearing, and Civil Easement Programs, while utilizing a project management approaches. Ensures the successful implementation and execution of initial clearing of new transmission lines along with vegetation-related projects for Right of Way Provides support for Civil related functions and projects associates with TVA easements. Provides contractor oversight, monitors program performance, analyzes program results and identifies areas of opportunity. Develops and implements departmental strategies. Sponsors an environment that promotes safety, diversity and a high performance culture through continuous improvement. Promotes land owner and distributor relations through informed communication and professional interaction. Ensures accountability for environmental responsibility on transmission facilities. Supports storm and emergency response.
Manages Right-of-Way (ROW) initial clearing and vegetation management for existing lines and new lines associated with construction projects, with a priority of initial clearing for the assigned region with responsibility for an annual budget of approximately $2,000,000 and 1,000 miles of transmission facilities with direct and indirect responsibility for up to approximately 50 contract personnel simultaneously. Additionally, oversee all civil responsibilities associated with TVA's easements. Typical Duties include the following but are not limited to:
Preparation of estimates of maintenance costs and resource requirements in coordination with PMTM and ROW manager to establish and prioritize schedules to perform work within budget guidelines.
Engage and communicate ROW issues at pre-construction meetings.
Works closely with environmental support to ensure compliance with all necessary permitting agencies.
Inspect rights of way for possible encroachments, vegetation threats, and determine requirements for control and methods of control for undesirable vegetation.
Preparation and review of bid information and development of requisitions for awarding work to preapproved contractors.
Planning, coordination, and direction of contractor activities to achieve efficient and effective vegetation control and removal for existing lines and new lines. Inspection of contractor work for safety, efficiency, effectiveness, quality, progress and adherence to contract specifications. Assessment of contractor performance with regard to productivity and effectiveness of work performed and assistance with contractor evaluations, including review of work practices, equipment condition and overall crew safety performance. Review of contractor work and time sheet information as well as invoices submitted for work performed; inspection of work completed and approval of final invoices upon completion of work.
Ensures TVA's right of way access and transmission line structure replacements along with removals and storm restoration activities meet required permits and contract specifications.
Execution of a systematic quality assurance program to ensure acceptability of contractors' operations and adherence to contract terms and conditions as well as TVA's vegetation management guidelines/requirements.
Identification of and compliance with state law and regulatory commitments for vegetation and easement related activities including acquisition of required permits. This includes translation of regulatory issues into practical work instructions for in-house and contract personnel.
Communication with local, state and federal officials as well as identified environmental groups or agencies and property owners on proposed work and techniques to be used.
Performance as liaison between the public and contractor.
Communication with property owners concerning vegetation management, new line clearing, and civil related issues.
Investigate damage claims for validity and verify estimates before submitting for review and approval.
Inspects transmission line rights of way for possible encroachments on TVA easements and prepare detailed sketches of encroachments and disposition documentation.
Verifies easement boundaries where necessary and the rights of all parties.
Provides general information on easement rights to property owners and information/instruction to interested parties on methods to obtain public records of easement documents
Inspects foreign line crossings and joint use requests from other utilities and coordinates foreign line crossing applications and utility attachment approval for the TVA Transmission System.
Prepares initial field reports on local road or state transportation department projects that affects existing transmission lines and easements.
Prepares documents and reports required by Notice of Intent to Use General Permits
Researches easement requirements and resolves easement issues with federal, state, and local agencies, developers, railroads, indentified environmental groups and property owners.
Prepares cost estimates and contractor resource requirements to establish right of way access for Maintenance and Construction Activities.
Provides recommendations to management regarding best methods for right of way access and right of way.
Work with environmental scientist in support of performing final inspection of like kind projects for right of way restoration required for environmental compliance.
Oversee Contracted work associated with all easement type work. (ie. erosion projects, restoration, etc)
Identify and provide input to management on critical lines in the sector i.e. radial feed or large amount of substation load.
Assist other ROW Specialist as directed by ROW Manager
Perform the function of staking structures as directed by ROW Regional Manager.
Receives guidance regarding general program objectives and annual goals from the manager of system right of way maintenance. Management periodically performs checks on work to ensure consistency of program implementation, effectiveness, efficiency and more frequently when changes to the program are introduced.
Skills and Proficiencies (May be job or organization specific)
Strong knowledge of arboreal maintenance techniques and practices. Strong knowledge of Construction Clearing practices. Knowledge of line construction equipment. Knowledge of floor vegetation management techniques and practices including chemical selection and application. Ability to identify tree and plant species and knowledge of their growth characteristics. Strong communication skills, both written and oral in group and one on one settings. Demonstrated project management skills. Computer skills especially with Microsoft Office Suite applications. Knowledge of easement rights, landowner records, special use agreements. Ability to perform tree related interruption investigations, aerial and ground based vegetation inspections. Ability to negotiate volatile property owner disputes. Understanding of transmission line conductor response to loading and temperature. Ability to fly in helicopter for long periods of time. Ability to use basic survey equipment and perform surveying calculations.
Minimum Qualifications (Consistent with Classification Standard)
Education and Experience/Certificates, Licenses, and Registration Requirements/Other Requirements
A Bachelor's degree in forestry, biology, civil engineering, or similar degree is preferred or an associate degree in forestry, biology, civil engineering with 2 years of related experience is preferable or equivalent education, training with 4 years of related experience. International Arborist Society certification desirable. Demonstrated experience in right of way activities. Experience in overseeing others in right of way related programs. Experience in herbicide applications, surveying, or contract management is desirable. Must be medically qualified and capable to fly in a helicopter, walk in rough terrain and work outside in all types of weather.
Equal Employment Opportunity
TVA values and embraces diversity. We encourage all individuals to apply regardless of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender, sex, abilities/disabilities, sexual orientation, religion, veteran status and age. We strive to be inclusive of all the people we serve across the Valley.
TVA is an Equal Opportunity employer and complies with all applicable laws and regulations regarding equal employment opportunities. Any applicant or employee who believes s/he has a discrimination claim (including harassment or retaliation) must contact TVA's Equal Opportunity Compliance office within 45 calendar days of the event or action s/he believes to constitute discrimination, harassment, or retaliation.
All TVA Non-Nuclear employees are covered by TVA's Federal Drug-Free Workplace Program Plan, in accordance with Executive Order 12564, Public Law 100-71 and the Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing. Information regarding the Drug Free Workplace Program can be found at www.workplace.samhsa.gov. TVA Non-Nuclear employees in Testing Designated Positions, including those performing safety-sensitive duties are also subject to random drug testing. TVA Nuclear employees are subject to random alcohol and drug tests in accordance with 10 CFR Part 26 as mandated by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).
How to Claim Vet Preference
If you are a U.S. Military Veteran and would like to be considered a preference-eligible veteran for the purposes of your employment application to TVA, please take the necessary actions outlined in the application process. Please submit your military documents each time you apply for a position.
How to Submit Documentation:
- Upload documents after you complete the application by clicking Careers Home, Cover Letters and Attachments, and Add Attachment, or
- Email documents to Veteran@tva.gov
Journey Line Worker(82)
Journey Line Worker-Nueces Electric Orange Grove Service Center, 5302 W Fm 624, Orange Grove Tx, 78372
We offer great benefits, including Medical, Retirement, Holiday Pay, Vacation Pay, Sick Pay, and Life Insurance. This position is $36.97 per hour. Come join our team as a Journey Line Worker in our Orange Grove Texas Service Center located at 5302 W. Fm 624, Orange Grove Texas 78372.
This position will perform electrical distribution line construction and maintenance work; rebuilding, improving and maintaining lines and equipment. Work will be performed on energized and non energized lines up to an including 14.4 / 24.9V. This position teaches job skills and safety to personnel in the Operations Dept. and may direct crews when required as a Journey Line Worker.
Journey Line Worker Primary
Installs, replaces, or retires poles, crossarms, insulators; repairs conductors; and replaces or repairs other equipment or materials as necessary
Installs, replaces or retires transformers, oil circuit reclosers, capacitors, voltage regulators, switches, and other related equipment
Journey Line Worker patrols distribution lines, performs maintenance inspections, and prepares all necessary paperwork such as drawing staking sheets, patrol and maintenance reports, etc
Repairs outages when notified and reports to the Line Superintendent or others on duty for NEC when severe weather warnings occur
Journey Line Worker performs other related duties, as assigned
Journey Line Worker Minimum Requirements:
High School Diploma or equavilent
10 years Line experience with 3 years as a Class A, First Class or Journeyman Line Worker
Class A Commercial Drivers' License (CDL)
Must have expert climbing skills
Must be able to work nights and weekends
Must reside within 15 minutes from assigned office
Nueces Electric Cooperative (NEC) is more than a non-profit, customer-owned, "at cost" electric utility. Founded in 1938, today NEC serves over 19,000 electric meters for consumers in eight South Texas counties surrounding the beautiful Texas Gulf Coast. Nueces Electric Cooperative is a proactive cooperative who is paving ways in the cooperative industry. In 2005, Nueces Electric Cooperative became the first electric cooperative to voluntarily deregulate. We are the only deregulated electric Co-op in Texas and only one of a handful in the United States. NEC leadership started the conversation in 1999, and NEC membership voted to open to the electric choice market in 2000. In 2005, parent company, Nueces Electric Cooperative, officially introduced NEC Retail, the Co-op's competitive retail subsidiary. Today, NEC Retail serves the retail electric needs of over 32,000 consumers across Texas. NEC has 3 District Offices located in Ricardo, Ben Bolt, and Orange Grove Texas. NEC's service area covers 8 counties, 3 of which cover the Gulf of Mexico. Equal Opportunity Employer All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other legally protected status. EEO/AA-M/F/disability/protected veteran status
Chemical Process Technician 3
Company OverviewCanon Virginia, Inc. located in Newport News, Virginia is a global manufacturer for Canon's office and consumer products. Our innovative and efficient production methods along with our environmental commitment make us a leading global manufacturer. Since opening our doors in 1985, Canon Virginia has provided world class manufacturing services. It is the policy of Canon Virginia, Inc. (CVI) to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, creed, color, age, sex, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, national origin, or physical/mental disability except where there is a bona fide occupational qualification. This policy relates to all phases of recruitment, employment, compensation, benefits administration and participation in company sponsored employee activities. This includes hiring, promotions, demotions, transfers, layoffs, recall, training and terminations. Employment practices will conform to all federal, state and local laws on non-discrimination. http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/ofccpost.htm Position OverviewResponsible for operation of process lines. Maintains adequate line side supply of parts and materials, monitors process, and maintains optimal equipment functionality. Performs troubleshooting, minor repairs and maintenance to maximize line up-time. Responsibilities- Prepares process line start-up and shut-down functions (e.g., setting-up equipment, testing, loading, cleaning).
Performs daily related PM checks to inspection and line side tools. Performs daily quality checks.
Performs troubleshooting, minor repairs and maintenance (e.g., changes belts and parts, adjusts or replaces sensors, adjusts parts) on multiple process lines to maximize line up-time.
Monitors process line equipment operation on multiple process lines to ensure that all readings remain within specifications to maintain smooth process flow.
Loads and unloads parts and materials from process line equipment to maintain efficient production and prevent stops. Changes rolls of material.
Performs calibration checks on process line equipment and makes necessary adjustments to bring equipment within tolerances to ensure the quality of parts and/or materials produced by line.
Performs visual and/or dimensional quality inspections of units/materials in processes and makes adjustments accordingly. Responds to machine stops and resets machines to resume production.
Performs manual operations of line by bypassing automatic system so that line can continue running during maintenance and calibration. Organizes and maintains cleanliness in the work area.
Completes daily checklists, forms, reports and lists regarding defects, dimensional specifications, quantity and set-up. Computes and completes daily totals of defects, dimensional specifications and quantity. Monitors process line up/downtime, yield statistics, and line trouble and completes reports documenting this information. Knows and complies with ISO requirements for designated work area.
Complies with ESD requirements regarding shoes, aprons and grounding straps to ensure personal and product safety. Performs mold changeover according to molding schedule. Operates mold change tools. Completes daily and weekly machine PM. Monitors process for quality control.
Troubleshoots equipment problems and performs minor equipment repair and part changing.
Adjusts machine process to changing variables. Assists Tool Technician with in-press tool PM.
May relieve other Chemical Process Technicians and/or Inspectors to ensure that all process lines and inspection functions are covered in the case of absences to maximize up-time.
Ensures that work area is clean and orderly to ensure safety.
May be assigned additional duties and/or special projects. Qualifications- Position requires high school diploma or GED and some process operations or related manufacturing experience preferred.
Must be able to read and follow work standards and complete check sheets, forms and logs.
May be required to work overtime and may be assigned to other shifts based on company needs.
Electric Distribution Mechanic 3879 (Revised 2018/03/20)
To apply for this examination, scroll down to and read the "WHERE TO APPLY AND APPLICATION DEADLINE" section.
For trainee positions: $79,657 to $102,416; $83,540 to $107,406
For journey-level positions: $113,796; $119,329; $124,945; $131,293 (flat-rated)
For information regarding reciprocity between the City of Los Angeles departments and LADWP, go to http://per.lacity.org/Reciprocity_CityDepts_and_DWP.pdf.
Annual salary is at the start of the pay range. The current salary range is subject to change. Please confirm the starting salary with the hiring department before accepting a job offer.
Candidates from the eligible list are normally appointed to vacancies in the lower pay grade positions.
An entry-level Electric Distribution Mechanic works as a trainee under close supervision of journey-level workers. Trainees receive extensive classroom training as well as on the job training as a cable splicer and as a line mechanic.
Electric Distribution Mechanic trainees assist in the construction, maintenance and repair of overhead electric power sub-transmission and distribution lines and equipment; constructs high-voltage distribution pole lines; makes construction changes to existing lines and equipment; repairs power lines and line equipment; repairs and reroutes services; sets poles; installs transformer racks; hangs and installs transformers and switches of various types and sizes; installs overhead street lights and guy wires; makes repairs to energized lines; performs limited line clearance tree trimming; installs watt-hour meters; uses appropriate live line tools to install and remove approved protective covering on energized distribution and sub-transmission circuits of 7.5kV and above; and climbs poles.
Electric Distribution Mechanic trainees assist in the construction, maintenance, and repair of underground electric power, transmission, sub-transmission, and distribution cable work. Performs work activities in connection with underground cable installation and removal; pulls cables and service lines through sub-structures, vaults, duct lines, up poles and walls, over roofs of buildings and to customers' service panels; performs rigging operations of cable pulling equipment; installs and removes transformers and related equipment in vaults and sub-structures; splices energized and de-energized low-voltage cables, splices high voltage de-energized cables; maintains gas and oil filled cable and equipment; installs watt hour meters; and climbs poles as related to underground work.
A journey-level Electrical Distribution Mechanic performs skilled mechanical and electrical work in connection with the construction, maintenance, and repair of energized and/or de-energized overhead and underground electric transmission, subtransmission, distribution, communication, and utilitarian street light lines, cables, and equipment; and may work as lead over a group of skilled craft workers.
Completion of an apprenticeship program sanctioned by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) national organization in conjunction with the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), and possession of a valid journey-level line worker card issued by IBEW; or
A pole climbing proficiency certificate issued by an accredited lineman's college or by the Department of Water and Power, Power System Safety and Training, or completion of a recognized Advanced Training Pole Climbing program while in the United States Armed Forces; and one of the following:
Six months of full-time paid experience assisting or working on an overhead and/or underground Electrical Distribution or Transmission Construction, Maintenance, or Electric Trouble crew and assisting with and/or performing high-voltage line work in and on high-voltage power poles, transmission towers, and underground electric substructures. Six months experience must be specific to assisting with and/or performing work at voltages of 4.16-kV and above; or
Six months of full-time experience performing electrical work on equipment and circuits in the maintenance or construction of electrical distribution systems while in the United States Armed Forces; or
Eighteen months of full-time paid experience performing line clearance tree trimming; or
Eighteen months of full-time paid training and experience chipping around energized 4.8-kV and 34.5-kV electrical conduit systems; or
3.Certificate of completion of the Electrical Lineman Program from Northwest Lineman College.
A valid California driver's license is required. Applicants will be disqualified and not eligible for hire if their record within the last 36 months reflects three or more moving violations and/or at-fault accidents, or a conviction of a major moving violation (such as DUI).
A valid California Class A driver's license and medical certificate approved by the State of California Department of Motor Vehicles is required upon completion of the temporary training period and prior to appointment to a journey-level position. All Electric Distribution Mechanics are required to drive commercial vehicles.
Applicants with valid out-of-state driver's licenses may apply for this examination, however, they must obtain a California driver's license within 30 days of appointment.
All entry-level positions in this class are temporary training positions as defined in Civil Service Commission Rule 5.30. Trainees receive extensive classroom training as well as on-the-job training as a cable splicer and as a line mechanic. An Electric Distribution Mechanic must successfully complete an extensive on-the-job and classroom training program within four years in order to receive an appointment to a regular Electric Distribution Mechanic position.
Applicants filing under Requirement #1 must submit proof of having a journey-level line worker card, such as an IBEW official receipt indicating the trade classification, at the time of filing. A copy of this proof must be attached to the online application BEFORE the application is submitted. If it is attached AFTER the online application has been submitted, it will not be available to the City and the applicant WILL NOT be credited with having submitted it. Applicants who fail to submit proof at the time of filing by attaching it to the online application will not be considered further in this examination.
Applicants filing under Requirement #1 may be considered for direct appointment to a regular (journey-level) Electric Distribution Mechanic position and may waive the written test but must achieve a passing score on the performance test to be placed on the eligible list. All other applicants must achieve a passing score on the qualifying written test to be scheduled for the performance test.
Applicants filing under Requirement #2 must submit a copy of their pole climbing proficiency certificate at the time of filing. A copy of the certificate must be attached to the online application BEFORE the application is submitted. If the certificate is attached AFTER the online application has been submitted, it will not be available to the City and the applicant WILL NOT be credited with submitting it. Applicants who fail to submit the certificate at the time of filing by attaching it to the online application will not be considered further in this examination.
Applicants filing under Requirement #3 must submit a copy of their certificate of completion at the time of filing. A copy of the certificate must be attached to the online application BEFORE the application is submitted. If the certificate is attached AFTER the online application has been submitted, it will not be available to the City and the applicant WILL NOT be credited with submitting it. Applicants who fail to submit the certificate at the time of filing by attaching it to the online application will not be considered further in this examination.
Active United States Military personnel may file for this examination; however, they cannot be appointed until they have completed their military service and have been discharged with satisfactory performance. Proof of military service and satisfactory performance must be provided prior to appointment.
Applicants filing under Requirement #2b must submit at the time of filing their application a copy of their DD-214 or a copy of their military identification indicating an End of Active Obligated Service (EAOS) date within six months from the application date. The copy of the DD-214 or military identification with EAOS must be attached to the online application BEFORE the application is submitted. If the copy is attached AFTER the online application has been submitted, it will not be available to the City and applicants WILL NOT be credited with having submitted it. Applicants who fail to submit the DD-214 or military identification with EAOS at the time of filing by attaching it to the online application will not be considered further in this examination.
An Electric Distribution Mechanic is required to utilize various tools and equipment while working in the confined area of an underground vault.
Electric Distribution Mechanics are required to climb power poles and utilize various tools and equipment at the top of a pole.
In accordance with Charter Section 1010 (b) and Civil Service Rule 5.31, selective certification will be used for some positions that require special skills and/or training in one or more of the following areas. Only persons possessing the following at the time of filing may be considered for appointments to fill such positions.
Possession of a valid journey-level line worker card issued by IBEW.
WHERE TO APPLY & APPLICATION DEADLINE
Applications will only be accepted on-line. When you are viewing the on-line bulletin of your choice, simply scroll to the top of the page and select the "Apply" icon.
Applicants who are applying under requirement #1 may access the on-line job bulletin at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lacity/jobs/1683554/electric-distribution-mechanic-journey-level-3879 This bulletin is only for candidates who will submit a copy of their journey-level line worker card at the time of filing.
Entry-level applicants who are applying under requirement #2 may access the on-line job bulletin at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lacity/jobs/1683030/electric-distribution-mechanic-trainee-3879 This bulletin is only for candidates who will not be submitting their journey-level line worker card at the time of filing.
Applicants are urged to apply early to ensure you have time to resolve any technical issues you may encounter if you apply on-line.
This examination may close without prior notice at any time after a sufficient number of applications have been received. For administrative purposes, filing may close periodically and reopen the following day.
After meeting minimum qualifications, candidates filing under requirement #2 will be scheduled for the following two tests and candidates filing under Requirement #1 will be scheduled for the Performance Test only:
Examination Weight: Written Test
In the qualifying written test, which will consist entirely of multiple-choice questions, candidates may be examined for knowledge of: basic physical principles related to the operation of mechanical devices; the proper use and care of portable power and hand tools; basic safety principles and procedures, including first aid and safe work practices for electrical craft work and work in confined spaces; basic arithmetic; and the ability to read sufficiently to understand reference guides, maps, scales, dials, digital readings and measures; and other necessary skills, knowledge and abilities.
Candidates will be notified later by e-mail of the time and location of the written test, which will be administered in a single half-day session in Los Angeles. It is anticipated that the written test will be held on a quarterly basis on a Saturday during the following months: JANUARY, APRIL, JULY, and OCTOBER. Candidates will be scheduled for the written test based on the date and time that applications are received.
Passing Score for the Qualifying Written Test
The passing score for the qualifying written test will be determined by Personnel Department staff after the written test is administered. Consideration will be given to the number of candidates taking the test and the existing and anticipated number of vacancies, such that there are a sufficient number of eligibles on the list to satisfy current and future vacancies for the next two years. Therefore, the passing score for the qualifying written test may be set either above or below 70%.
For candidates filing under Requirement #2, only those who receive a passing score on the qualifying written test will be scheduled for the performance test.
The Performance Test will consist of a series of tasks in which candidates may be examined for: knowledge of portable power and hand tools; physical agility sufficient to climb, balance, and extend; manual dexterity; safety procedures and precautions; and the ability to: lift up to 70 pounds unassisted; measure materials accurately; follow oral and written instructions; read and understand diagrams; communicate orally in a clear and concise manner; and other necessary skills, knowledge and abilities.
Candidates will need to wear appropriate work attire when reporting for the performance test. Long pants, long-sleeved shirt, and lineman boots are required. Climbing equipment such as gaff pole climbers, body belt, fall restraint system, and body harness will be provided. You may use your own personal gaff pole climbers and body belt if your equipment meets DWP safety standards and passes inspection by the test raters. All climbing equipment shall be maintained in good serviceable condition that meets Power Distribution Business Unit Safety Rule standards.
Candidates will be notified later by e-mail of the time and location of the performance test, which will be held in Los Angeles. It is anticipated that the performance test will be held during the following months: MARCH, JUNE, SEPTEMBER, and DECEMBER. However, journey-level applicants may be notified of other test dates.
This examination is based on a validation study.
Candidates may take the test only once every 180 days during the administration of this examination. This restriction applies to both the written test and the performance test.
Based on the Federal Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1994, you may be required to undergo mandatory drug and alcohol testing prior to and during employment in this class.
As a covered entity under the Fair Employment and Housing Act and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of disability and upon request, will provide reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access to its programs, services, and activities. To request a disability accommodation, please complete the Disability Accommodation Form within 14 calendar days of the submittal of the City application. The Disability Accommodation Form can be obtained at http://per.lacity.org/exams/verify_disability.pdf.
Applications are accepted subject to review to ensure that minimum qualifications are met. Candidates may be disqualified at any time if it is determined that they do not possess the minimum qualifications stated on this bulletin.
The promotional list will ordinarily be used ahead of the open competitive list. However, if open competitive candidates receive a higher score, without military credits, than the highest available promotional candidate, after adding seniority credit at the rate of 0.25 of a point for each year of continuous classified City service, the Civil Service Commission, upon request of the appointing authority, may approve certification of such open competitive candidates ahead of the promotional candidates.
A final average score of 70% is required to be placed on the eligible list.
In conjunction with Civil Service Rules, applicants who have received a regular appointment to a City position or are on a reserve list will be considered Promotional candidates while all other applicants will be considered Open candidates.
Candidates who fail the written test or the performance test must file a new application to be considered eligible to take the written and performance tests in a subsequent administration.
If you receive and accept an offer of employment to a regular position with the City of Los Angeles, your employee benefit coverage (including health and dental coverage as well as life insurance) will commence approximately six weeks after your original regular appointment. Not all positions in the City receive benefit coverage; you should inquire regarding the availability of employee benefits prior to accepting a position.
THIS EXAMINATION IS TO BE GIVEN BOTH ON AN OPEN COMPETITIVE
AND ON AN INTERDEPARTMENTAL PROMOTIONAL BASIS
The City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, creed, color, ancestry, medical condition (cancer), or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
Solid Waste Line Of Business (Lob) Deputy Director
Position Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) provides essential utility services to a rapidly growing and increasingly complex city and region. With more people living in Seattle than ever before, we face a range of new challenges, requirements and responsibilities. This is an exciting time for us, as we embrace the challenge of balancing environmental enhancement, service excellence and compliance with affordability. We are exploring and sharing approaches to meeting new and future demands.
SPU strives to be a Community Centered Utility working to make Seattle the best place to live for everyone. We deliver high quality, vital services, across four major lines of business: providing water, solid waste, drainage and wastewater services for Seattle residents and businesses. We also provide drinking water for 1.4 million regional customers in Seattle and other municipalities. Our customers depend on us to deliver high quality, reliable utility services and to achieve the highest benefits possible for every investment we make. With those goals in mind, we focus on the following in all we do:
Achieve Excellence in Core Service Delivery
Increase Affordability and Accountability
Improve Investment Value
Enhance Public Health and Environment
Ensure Equity and Inclusion
Expand our Impact through Strong Partnerships
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced leader to join our team as the Solid Waste Line of Business (SWLOB) Deputy Director. Reporting to the General Manager/Chief Executive Officer (GM/CEO), the SWLOB Deputy Director will have demonstrated vision and a track record for delivering exceptional outcomes within a large utility with multiple lines of business. The SWLOB Deputy Director ensures the work of the Solid Waste Line of Business is aligned with Seattle Public Utilities Strategic Business Plan , is appropriately resourced, represents the best value for customers and identifies opportunities to develop the Solid Waste Line of Business capacity and capabilities.
The SWLOB Deputy Director is accountable for:
Providing efficient and forward-looking garbage, recycling, and organics collection and processing for Seattle's residential, multi-family, and commercial solid waste customers.
Operating of Seattle's solid waste transfer stations and management of third-party contracts for waste collection, processing and disposal.
Educating customers to encourage composting of yard waste and organics, recycling and waste minimization.
Promoting City livability and active oversight of the City's Clean City program which reduces public blight including illegal dumping, litter, graffiti, community cleanup, rat abatement, abandoned vehicles services, and several pilot programs to include: Unauthorized Homeless Encampment (UHE) Trash Cleanup, Recreational Vehicle (RV) Remediation, Sharps Collection, and Litter Abatement.
Influencing the solid waste industry, manufacturers and other key sectors toward sustainable waste management and waste minimization.
This SWLOB Deputy Director serves as a member of SPU's Executive Team contributing to and evaluating ideas and initiatives designed to advance SPU's mission and the interests of the utility's rate payers. This position is also responsible for leading the Solid Waste Line of Business in a manner that is consistent with corporate policies, methods, standards and financial plans by developing and executing strategies and plans (short term and long term) affecting the integrity and resiliency of the Solid Waste Line of Business. The Deputy Director develops, monitors, and updates long-range plans that assist SPU in forecasting; budgeting; identifying realistic and accurate resource requirements; and workload planning.
Efficient and forward-looking operation of Seattle's solid waste transfer stations and management of third-party contracts ensuring reliable waste collection, processing and disposal that meets, or exceeds, SPU service levels and regulatory requirements.
Ensures that the operation of all City solid waste facilities are in compliance with applicable Federal, State, local regulations and standards. Protects the public and the environment from potential harm from closed landfills and the disposal of hazardous materials.
Achievement of Seattle's objective to recycle 70% of all solid waste citywide by 2022 – sending less garbage to landfills, recognizing cost savings and reducing water and local pollution. Educates customers in methods to reach and maintain compliance with the City's Solid Waste reduction goals. Directs the monitoring of customer compliance, complaints and changes that affect department code enforcement.
Comprehensive planning that identifies current and anticipated future Line of Business needs to ensure system resiliency to meet operational service levels, regulatory compliance, population growth, development needs and environmental impacts.
Developing a "One Team" culture that reflects superb team work where leaders and staff effectively seek out and apply diversity of knowledge and skills.
Financial knowledge and performance for the Line of Business. Management to the Line of Business Capital Improvement Program, Operation budget and rate targets. Allocates Line of Business resources and assures utilization to achieve the best value for SPU customers.
Championing and facilitating a safe and inclusive workplace that supports employee engagement, innovation and productivity.
Maintaining and enhancing positive relationships with elected officials, customers, and stakeholders and is responsive to complaints, commendation, and inquiries. Proactively communicates Line of Business initiatives, operations and projects to SPU partners, stakeholders, employees and customers.
Directing the Continuity of Operations (COOP) planning to ensure adequate Line of Business services under a broad range of circumstances including all-hazard emergencies as well as natural, human induced and technological threats and national security emergencies.
Guaranteeing the Department's responsiveness to identified customer values, service equity and regulatory compliance in the planning and management of the delivery of Solid Waste Line of Business services. Actively ensures that all communities and customer groups have equitable access, service delivery and ability to use Line of Business services.
Participating as a member of SPU's executive team, collaborating on the utility's planning, policies, procedures, conformance, compliance and culture building.
Managing and empowering business teams that include: Operations, Planning & Program Management, Household Hazardous Waste and Landfills, and Environmental Programs
Directing the development and implementation of strategic goals, vision, workforce management, performance measures, strategies, policies, best practices, and initiatives;
Providing leadership to promote an organizational culture that supports continuous improvement and embraces racial equity and social justice for employees;
Fostering a culture of innovation and sustained change with a strong sense of how to develop and offer new products and services;
Utilizing internal and external resources, technology, and continuous improvement techniques to report metrics, improve processes, create more capacity, and deliver greater value to customers and community.
Education: A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university in Business or Public Administration, Civil Engineering, Environmental Studies or a related field.
Experience: A minimum of six (6) years of experience in a leadership position managing solid waste contracts, operations and/or programs. A minimum of three years' experience in the management of a sizable waste collection or recycling program.
A comprehensive knowledge of current solid waste management methods and technologies, including residential and commercial refuse collection, transfer station operations, recycling operation, waste reduction, education and disposal. The understanding of safety regulations, safe work practices and safety equipment is imperative.
A demonstrated commitment to environmental stewardship, public health, regulatory compliance and service equity in the planning and delivery of utility services.
An established reputation as a strong leader who develops mutually respectful relationships, achieves consensus among competing interests and fosters a collaborative approach to problem solving.
Education/Experience Equivalency: Combinations of appropriate education, training, certification and experience will be evaluated on an individual basis for comparability to the minimum education and experience requirements.
Job offers are contingent on review of criminal history as well as verification of information provided by the applicant as part of the application process.
Ideal Candidate: A credible, unifying people leader who is deeply committed to the success of the utility, is a strategic big-picture thinker and will be able to deliver the level of services that the City of Seattle residents' value.
The successful candidate will have the proven ability to:
Understand and embrace continuous improvement concepts with a focus on practical application
Provide strategic leadership and behave as coach/mentor with direct reports and SPU work groups by encouraging problem solving and adherence to the Utility's business plan to achieve results that customer's value
Be results oriented and use data and metrics to drive decision making
Exercise good judgment, strong analytical and strategic thinking skills consistently and exhibit a calm demeanor during crisis or stressful situations
Present information about SPU and communicate through quality written correspondence and formal reports as well as comfort representing the Utility with print and TV media.
Additional Information:Seattle Public Utilities has three lines of business, which include: drinking water, drainage and wastewater, and solid waste. "Our Promise" is to provide efficient and forward-looking utility services that keep Seattle the best place to live.
In 1989 Seattle became one of the first cities in the country to start a citywide recycling program. Recyclables have been prohibited from Seattle's garbage since 2004. Seattle businesses and residents have been composting their food scraps for nearly 10 years. Today, Seattle is a national recycling leader, and diverts more than 400,000 tons of food, yard waste, paper, plastic, glass, cardboard and aluminum from the landfill every year through recycling and composting. Seattle recycles about 60% of its municipal solid waste (MSW) and aims to recycle 70%..
The work of the Solid Waste Line of Business (SWLOB) includes planning and programming, regulatory compliance, provision of solid waste, organics collection and recycling services for residential, multi-family and commercial customers and the operation and maintenance of two transfer stations.
The Solid Waste Line of Business annual revenues in 2017 exceeded $200M and currently serve over 160,000 residential and 8,000 commercial customers. The 2018 Solid Waste Line of Business operations, maintenance, and capital budgets totals $214M, which includes costs associated with collection services provided by third-party vendors. Approximately two-thirds of the staff of over 150 professionals, technicians and field workers are represented by labor unions.
Seattle is known as a progressive leader in technology, innovation, and the environment. As an employer, the City of Seattle is a leading local government in environmental stewardship, green building and social justice, making our City what it is today and shaping our future. Our employees play an important role in making this possible.
To be considered, please submit your resume and cover letter indicating your interest and current salary information through the City of Seattle's Career Center. This position is open until filled and applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis. Application materials should reflect size and scope of management experience including staffs managed, operating and capital budgets administered, programs directed, and significant leadership accomplishments.
Learn more about Seattle Public Utilities at our web page www.seattle.gov/util/.
Service Line Administrative Director - ER
This position, in partnership with Service Line Clinical and Administrative dyads, is responsible for planning, directing and evaluating the delivery of standardized clinical serves in accordance with the professional standards of the clinical disciplines, applicable regulatory requirements and business/patient care objectives of the organization. The incumbent provides strategic leadership in assessing, developing and implementing initiatives/activities which improve financial performance/productivity, maximize effective utilization of resources and collaborating with existing clinical and administrative leaders to enhance patient outcomes/service satisfaction of all identified customer groups and generate a competitive advantage for EMHS. The incumbent works in close collaboration with the Medical Group and other regional departments/service lines with respect to business plan development and to coordinate services across the care continuum.
Working with clinical and administrative leaders in each member organization, the person in this position is responsible to ensure that provider schedules, staffing levels and expenses are maintained in accordance with the collaborative agreements.
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and the Chief Physician Executive and with the assistance of the EMHS Strategic Development Oversight Team, the service line director will:
1.Define a vision
2.Identify 3-5 areas for potential focus
3.Define the value proposition (cost, quality, access) associated with these areas of focus
4.Agree upon and launch two short term pilots associated with their areas of focus, and demonstrate positive/intended results
5.Develop a service line charter (to be reviewed/approved by the Strategic Development Oversight Team)
6.Develop an 18 month plan (to be reviewed/approved by the Strategic Development Oversight Team)
7.Receive endorsement from the Strategic Development Oversight Team to move to the next stage
Once these steps have been successfully completed, the service line will graduate to Stage 2.
Stage 2: Under the direction of the Operations Development Oversight Team the service line director will present/modify its charter and 18 month plan. Resources will be assigned/allocated, plans will be developed and launched, and progress/achievement will be closely mentored and monitored.
As the service line matures, it may become a candidate for Stage 3.
Stage 3: Service line becomes a "permanent" EMHS council, with a direct reporting relationship to the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Physician Executive, and with the mandate and resources necessary to achieve its aforementioned purposes.
Job duties will expand to include the following:
Essential Job Functions:
Works collaboratively with Marketing/Communications Department to develop effective marketing strategies and promotional materials for the clinical areas(s) that are designed to enhance awareness, expand market share and increase revenues to EMHS; identifies and implements strategies/opportunities to differentiate EMHS programs and services from those of other healthcare providers; participates in community awareness activities to promote clinical programs/services.
Cultivates and maintains professional relationships with primary customers of the clinical area(s) including medical directors, physicians, physician groups, patients, supply vendors and external entities to foster opportunities for revenue enhancement, enhanced customer service and to positively impact core clinical measures.
Reports to the System Chief Operating Officer
Works with Medical Group and MO Leadership to achieve common goals of standardization for clinical care and customer service.
Collaborates with clinical and administrative leaders and stakeholders across the system.
Supports the development , preparation, distribution and timely review of financial and management reports/ metrics
Short- and Long-Term Planning:
Anticipates and recognizes the evolving factors that affect current/future needs, and directs the development of strategies/initiatives/programs/projects to respond/foster/support future growth of service line clinical areas(s) and address matter such as: provision of new services, standardization of policies/practices across the organization, increasing market share, maximizing revenues, cross-selling services, improving efficacy/cost-effectiveness of clinical services provided, enhancing patient outcomes/satisfaction and others of similar complexity and consequence; understands and ensures the full optimization of available information technology to achievement of overall business objectives; develops formal strategic/tactical plans, to include both short- and long-term business planning, with full accountability for achievement of plan objectives; presents and gains support for recommendations and directs project management efforts to develop/implement planning objectives.
Works with Medical Group, MO Leadership and Strategic Planning to prepare business case to support direction of recommendations.
- Works directly with the system and local Quality leaders to develops, implements, monitors and evaluates systems/initiatives/programs to facilitate performance/quality improvements in keeping with strategic objectives and regulatory requirements, conducts ongoing assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the assigned clinical area(s) to better understand/identify future needs and challenges; evaluates existing systems/program/priorities and future potential to make recommendations for growth, expansions, new services and solvency of existing services based on market demographics and volume projections; develops and presents comprehensive recommendations regarding the viability of specific systems/projects; plans and directs quality process improvement initiatives/projects to ensure achievement of business objectives.
Resource Management/Budget Administration:
- Works with Finance to assess impact of service line activities at the local and system level. Assists in developing recommendations for operating and capital budgets. Contributes to cost control analyses, revenue capture recommendations, and productivity assessments.
Staff Management and Development:
- Working with HR, identify performance standards and develop recommendations for staff training consistent with best practices.
Work with system Compliance and local leadership to ensure full compliance with internal/external legal and regulatory standards and requirements, and that effective control procedures are in place and fully functioning to preclude improprieties from occurring; monitors the effectiveness of current practices in meeting expectations and producing desired results.
Maintains regulatory requirements/regulation, clinical/professional standards, changing customer demographics and competitive industry practices impacting assigned functions, as well as organizational initiatives/changes with potential to impact current strategies, programs and resources; determines nature/scope of impact on existing activities and determines effective response/solution while maintaining acceptable service levels and work quality.
Performs related work as required.
1.Scope, complexity and Judgment Required
Guidelines for performing the work are in the form of regulatory requirements and broadly-stated objective for the assigned service line. Work is heavily focused on strategic/operational/ tactical planning and performance improvement/customer service initiatives, and requires the application of substantial judgment and discretion in determining/integrating/balancing operational/functional priorities and competition for available resources. An incumbent must be able to conceptualize and apply sound analytical methods in order to spearhead business development activities, understand complex organizational impacts and address/resolve matters of significance. Work is performed with significant independence; subject to review of results achieved from a longer-term perspective. Decision-making affects the entire service line and challenges/problems encountered are sometimes unique and with little precedent for effective solutions.
Contacts are at all levels of the organization, including EMHS management, Member Organization physicians and administrative leaders and other healthcare providers, for the purpose of influencing/persuading/negotiation in order to facilitate integration of services, gain acceptance of recommendations, ensure compliance with standards/requirements and achieve overall business objectives. This position requires a high degree of professionalism and an ability to interact with a wide variety of internal and external entities/individuals to significantly increase the visibility/viability of the service line and to facilitate achievement of business development goals that respond to market opportunities and organizational needs. An incumbent represents the service line on EMHS system-wide teams/committees and with external entities that address nursing/clinical, regulator, risk management and safety issues; present/evaluates strategies/priorities/issues from the service line perspective.
MINIMUM JOB QUALITIFICATIONS: The following section contains representative examples of competencies and job qualifications directly related to successful performance in the position. The categories are broad, reflecting minimum requirements. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all possible requirements nor does it include general competencies, expectations and/or skills that are universally applicable to the work, but are not critical for recruitment purposes or to overall job performance.
Bachelor's degree in Nursing, Business Administration, Healthcare Administration or related field required; master's degree in healthcare or business administration, or related field, or enrollment in a related Master's degree program, is strongly preferred.
At least eight (8) years of progressively responsible related work experience demonstrating attainment of the requisite job knowledge/abilities, including at least four years in an exempt level leadership position required. Prior ER or hospitalist administrative leadership experience preferred.
Knowledge of modern theory, principles, standards, practices, technologies and clinical operations relating to the service line area specialties.
Knowledge of the principles, practices, standards, techniques, protocols and tools/equipment relating to clinical operations in a healthcare environment.
Knowledge of the content, intent and application of federal and state standards and regulatory requirements pertaining to matters within designated scope of responsibility.
Knowledge of the principles, practices and methodologies pertaining to healthcare delivery systems.
Demonstrated operational leadership skills
Demonstrated financial analysis skills with preference given to EPSI experience
Demonstrated knowledge of provider compensation guidelines and related regulatory requirements
Knowledge of qualitative/quantitative evaluation and analysis, and advanced quality/performance improvement program development/implementation.
Knowledge of safety/risk management and regulatory accreditations/survey processes relating to health care organizations.
Knowledge of current trends, issues and research in treatment, prevention and education as they relate to QI in a large medical services system.
Knowledge of the concepts, practices and tools relating to statistical analysis and the development of program metrics.
Knowledge of the concepts, methods and tools of project management sufficient to verse the work of teams engaged in performance improvement activities in a cross-functional environment.
Ability to understand financial and/or operational reports, analyze data, identify improvement opportunities and implement effective responses.
Ability to strategize, develop, implement and evaluate business plans, initiatives, standards, budgets, and policies/procedures.
Ability to plan, direct and evaluate the work of subordinate management staff, and to oversee the activities of managers with a matrixed relationship.
Ability to identify compliance deficiencies and/or systemic weaknesses and implement timely corrective action to forestall or remedy.
Ability to express ideas and convey information effectively in verbal and written communication.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, interpret requirements and draw valid conclusions.
Ability to keep abreast of current and changing laws and regulatory standards and their impact on hospital operations and activities.
Ability to develop and implement effective policies, standards and procedures relating to matters under defined scope of responsibility.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations as required by the duties of the position.
Some travel will be required.
Consumer Risk Compliance Analyst
Thank you for your interest in a career at Regions. At Regions, we believe associates deserve more than just a job. We believe in offering performance-driven individuals a place where they can build a career --- a place to expect more opportunities. If you are focused on results, dedicated to quality, strength and integrity, and possess the drive to succeed, then we are your employer of choice.
Regions is dedicated to taking appropriate steps to safeguard and protect private and personally identifiable information you submit. The information that you submit will be collected and reviewed by associates, consultants, and vendors of Regions in order to evaluate your qualifications and experience for job opportunities and will not be used for marketing purposes, sold, or shared outside of Regions unless required by law. Such information will be stored for a set period of time. You may review, modify, or update your information by visiting and logging into the careers section of the system.
At Regions, the Compliance Analyst III is a second line of defense risk management function that ensures the development and maintenance of a strong compliance culture by developing and maintaining a program infrastructure that identifies, measures and monitors compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and rules that govern a specific line of business. Associates at this level should have full ownership for one or more processes, reports, procedures or products, and are also considered analytical or procedural experts within a specific line of business.
Maintains a proficient knowledge of rules and regulations and their impact on products, services and operations for a specific line of business
Establishes line of business partnerships and serving as a subject matter expert to the business groups on issues related to compliance
Conducts research of laws and regulations that impact compliance to include monitoring for new laws and regulations or changes to existing laws and regulations and providing communication to appropriate lines of business which will be impacted by these changes
Administers a monitoring and testing program to ensure effective compliance with all applicable laws and regulations
Gathers information requested by regulatory agencies
Focuses on the resolution of complex problems or transactions, where expertise is required to interpret against policies, guidelines or processes
May supervise day-to-day work of other professional level compliance associates
This position is exempt from timekeeping requirements under the Fair Labor Standards act and is not eligible for overtime pay.
Bachelor's degree and eight (8) years' experience in compliance, quality assurance/control, audit or other related compliance function specific to a line of business
Or high school diploma and 15 years' experience in compliance, quality assurance/control, audit or other related compliance function specific to a line of business
Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager Certification (CRCM)
Skills and Competencies
Strong Communication skills
Knowledge of legal and regulatory environment as it relates to compliance in a particular line of business
Ability to work independently
Time management skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
Additional Job Description
Provides 2nd line regulatory compliance subject matter expertise support to 1st line partners for guidance, laws, rules and regulations impacting Consumer & Wealth Management
New product or initiative support on the potential regulatory impacts in the development and evaluation of Business Requirements, proposed compliance related controls and post-implementation effectiveness of those controls
Evaluation of root cause and efficacy of the 1st line's proposed action plans and implementation of action items associated with regulatory, audit or compliance findings
Validate successful 1st line implementation of key compliance controls, policies and procedures associated with new products or initiatives
Validate successful 1st line implementation of key compliance controls, policies and procedures and training implemented or enhanced based on compliance related action plans developed due to findings by 2nd line testing, or if applicable, 3rd line testing, or regulatory examination
Serve as the 2nd line Compliance approval authority for Marketing materials
Global SR Product Manager
Ideal candidate has experience working in Medical Device Industry with experience in up and downstream marketing, new product launch, worked with both direct and indirect sales force, getting first hand customer information, creative and strong communication.
The Senior Global Product Manager is responsible for marketing related to Codman Specialty Surgical, Precision Tools & Instruments. This position performs activities such as ongoing assessment of new ideas, market research, marketing plan/buying process, product positioning and segmentation, pricing strategy, and global financial valuations. This position also may create new product launch packet materials/tools.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
- Leads development of product marketing plans by preparing objectives, strategies, tactics, profit and loss projections, including short and long-term strategies
- Manages new product development marketing activities for specific products within the respective Group, including new idea review and recommendations, concept and design development, technique development, project management and market introduction
- Actively mentors less-experienced group members in Marketing-related areas
- Recommends product line extensions and/or line trimming, forecasting, pricing strategies, literature/video/sales support materials, labeling revisions, clinical studies, manufacturing and customer service/operations support for existing product line(s) which would ultimately build the value of the product line and maximize product line earnings
- Determines strategic product line decisions such as priority of product or line enhancements which optimize organizational goals and objectives by evaluating competitors’ products and by determining market share and market trends; keeps others informed by maintaining and distributing competitive comparisons and evaluations
- Develops product oriented positioning documents, product profiles, competitive analysis, presentations, demos, white papers, product updates and content for corporate marketing vehicles such as web sites, brochures and seminars
- Monitors product development progress with engineering, manufacturing, regulatory affairs and related departments to ensure product line objectives are achieved on a timely basis
- Prepares annual budget forecasts for the marketing functions related to the product line(s)
- Maintains frequent and regular contact with strategic industry experts and trade organizations, field visits with key surgeons and sales consultants, participation in key meetings and conferences to ensure company and products are perceived superior relative to the competition Collaborates with sales to ensure a high quality of sales support in terms of new product/market introductions, sales training programs, key surgeon/key account field visits and regular communication, both responsive as well as proactive
- Establishes and maintains key close professional relationships with internal and external constituents to stay abreast of new market opportunities. Continually pushes for new innovations within existing product line
- Routinely interfaces with the managers/directors of other product lines offered by the company to fully understand the relationships within the portfolio of products offered by the Company
- Monitors forecasts as necessary and works collaboratively with other departments to ensure product availability throughout the lifecycle of the product
- Maintains up-to-date product and industry knowledge by regular review of the literature, co-traveling with field sales personnel, attending surgeries, etc.
- Supports the Company’s medical education initiative by assisting in the preparation and running of surgeon training courses which may include didactic and cadaver labs
- Works collaboratively with Marketing Communications and other related departments to ensure products are properly positioned in the market utilizing creative promotional, pricing, service, and product characteristic strategies to maximize sales and profits
- Participates in strategic sales and marketing planning activities for assigned products in order to identify key targets, surgeons, and hospitals by specific product
- Performs other duties as required
- Bachelor’s degree required
- MBA strongly preferred
- 5+ years of experience within the medical device, pharmaceutical, biological industry, or closely related
- Performed quantitative analysis to guide global/regional performance and decision making
- Created components of comprehensive global marketing plans
- Managed elements of new product commercialization launch
- Experience getting first-hand customer information and using it for improvements (e.g. KOLs, market research, VOC)
- Effectively worked with both direct and indirect sales force to achieve result
- Implemented elements of brand positioning strategies that resulted in incremental demand for product
- Experience working with a best in class repeatable marketing methodology is a plus
- Flawless execution of communication and promotional campaigns (e.g. labs, tradeshows, customer education)
- Strong analytic, technical and conceptual aptitude
- Proven strategic planning and implementation capabilities
- Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills
- Strong interpersonal skills and coaching skills at the employee and management levels
- Average travel requirement is approximately 45%
5+ years of experience within the medical device industry
Bachelor’s degree required
Experience Launching new products
Up an Down Stream Marketing
Experience working with both direct and indirect sales force to achieve results
For immediate consideration, please submit a recent resume in MS Word format in addition to a detailed cover letter with salary expectations.
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