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Machine Operator I Lining
Amcor Rigid Plastics
Machine Operator I - Lining
Human Resource Mgr
Job Family Group:
Machine Operator I Lining Department
Reports to (title only):
R009182 Machine Operator I
To set up and operate all equipment and maintain all operations in a safe and efficient way to ensure quality acceptable productions requirements
Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
Assist in maintaining Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) within the plant, including housekeeping on assigned production lines
Perform attribute inspections
Perform other duties as assigned by Production supervisor or Team Lead
Make minor adjustments to the machine when not running good ware
Quality control :
Distinguish different defects
Know the different dimensions
Know proper way to shut down and start up machines.
Responsible to keep machine running safely and efficiently
Train & assist other production operators
Responsible for following all Plant safety guide lines (safety time-out, LOTO system)
Forklift License required
Education: High School Diploma or GED
Minimum of 2 years of experience in molding. Must be familiar with plastic molding and troubleshooting machines.
Must have reliable transportation
Amcor Leadership Framework Competencies
Learning on the Fly
Drive for Results
3-5 Applicable ALF Competencies:
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Field Lining Crew Baseball/Softball
Open until filled.
Responsible for lining the outfield lines at various baseball and softball fields. This season runs from approximately April through October.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Minimum 16 years old with a strong background in athletics (baseball or softball) preferred.
Line the assigned fields on a weekly basis.
Maintain inventory of equipment and report damages that occur.
Set-up equipment and secure supplies.
Serve as liaison between participants and District.
Provide a high quality of customer service in a professional manner to the internal customer that will facilitate team building and exceptional customer service to the external customer.
Follow the Wheaton Park District policies, procedures, and guidelines.
Proactively support the V.A.L.U.E.S. (integrity, fun, commitment, adaptability and growth, kindness, and service) on a daily basis.
Organize, live, demonstrate, and implement the Character Counts program for coaches and parents.
Maintain good safety awareness and follow all safety guidelines and procedures.
REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSES, ETC.
Must have and maintain: valid drivers license with acceptable driving record; may require CPR/AED Instructor certified or obtain within one (1) year of employment; and may be required to be a mandated reporter for the Abused and Neglected Child Reporting Act.
Must be able to: frequently move over uneven ground while lining fields; occasionally position ones self to use equipment associated with lining fields which will include pushing, pulling, lifting, etc.; drive a vehicle from field to field; may be required to move equipment or items weighing up to 25 lbs.
Must be able to: occasionally be exposed to all weather conditions including biting and stinging insects and bugs and move over mud, wet, or slippery surfaces.
Must be able to: follow directions, communicate well, be dependable, and show good safety awareness and sound judgement.
$8.50-$10.00 per hour
Hours are very flexible. Staff are given a list of fields each week and set their own schedule to finish the list weekly.
The Wheaton Park District is an equal opportunity employer. EOE/M/F/D/V
Custom Express Tailor/Alteration Staff
Custom Express Tailor/Alteration Staff (Full-Time)
Bellfort Distribution Center (BVDC)
10485 West Bellfort
Houston, TX 77031
Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Flexibility with work schedule and able to work any shift during the Custom Express Production Hours of Operation is required. Hours of operation and schedules are subject to change and may require early mornings, evenings, weekends, holidays or late evening shifts.
Responsible for performing and completing tailor/alterations from made-to-measure and ready-to-wear garments according to company guidelines and service standards. This includes organizing work load; carry out all tailoring/alterations according to the fitter's specifications. Meet or exceed productivity targets. Actively build and maintain product knowledge through an awareness of fit, style, and trends.
Follows required tailoring/alteration processes and instructions based on picking ticket comments
Measures and marks tailoring/alteration lines
Pins altering folds or marks on cloth at seams, darts, or necklines to indicate tailoring/alterations to be made
Shortens or lengthens garment parts, such as sleeves or legs is required
Expands or narrows garment parts, such as waist or chest as needed
Raises or lowers garment parts, such as collars or lapels as needed
Relocate or replace buttons on coats, vests and shirts
Re-saw garment, using needle and thread or sewing machine
Trims excess material, using scissors
Removes stitches from garment, using ripper or razor blade
Presses garment, using hand iron or pressing machine as needed
Maintain a clean and safe work environment
Maintain sewing machines in good working order
Performs work as assigned by department supervisor
All staff employees are expected to be available to work in all areas of production as required
Previous experience in tailoring/alterations
Good hand/eye coordination and manual dexterity
Good physical and mental stamina to perform tasks for a long period of time
Working knowledge of industrial Blind Stitch and Sleeve feller sewing machines. Ability to sew by hand as required
Working knowledge of operating a utility press & spotting board table
The ability to read and understand picking tickets
Working knowledge of radio frequency (RF) scanner is a plus
Good math, counting, and problem solving skills
Good communication skills and good command of the English language (speak, read, write, and understand English for purposes of performing necessary job duties)
Demonstrate a sense of urgency to meet customer time commitments
Ability to take initiative and work independently or with team members to accomplish defined goals in a fast-paced distribution warehouse environment
Ability to visualize, prioritize and multi-task, dependable and reliable
Flexibility and ability to follow instructions is a must
Maintain a high level of performance, detailed and deadline oriented
Ability to be flexible and adapt to a changing environment (i.e.; increased hours, volume of work, shifting priorities, multiple demands, staffing shortages, tools, procedures, etc.)
Must be able to work in all areas of production
Ability to learn new skills and take on additional job responsibilities as needed
Computer literate and working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Must be able to lift 30 to 50lbs (some tasks may require repetitive lifting of 30 to 50lbs)
Physical demands can include continuous standing, walking, sitting, use of hands and fingers, reaching, climbing or balancing, stooping, bending, kneeling, squatting, stretching, crouching, crawling, working and reaching overhead
ACE Epic FS CA: Forestry Technician And Assistant Crew Leader - Sierra Region
American Conservation Experience
Forestry Technician and Assistant Crew Leader - Sierra Region
American Conservation Experience, a nonprofit Conservation Corps, is seeking a Forestry Technician & Assistant Crew Leader for 6-12 months to assist our Tahoe Field Office with the completion of environmental conservation and restoration projects with an emphasis on forestry and chainsaw projects. This position will work primarily on Forest Service projects, but may partner on BLM, USFWS, NPS or private/non-profit partnership projects throughout the season. This opportunity is intended for enthusiastic professionals with a background in a natural resource field, recreation, or a closely related field, someone with chainsaw experience, and with a deep interest in jointly advancing their career goals and the stewardship goals American Conservation Experience and our partners.
Start Date: April 23rd, 2019
End Date: 6-12 months after start date
Location: South Lake Tahoe
Compensation: $600 per week living allowance (Stipend). Typical work week will be 8-10 hours/day, 4-5 days/week.
Housing: Heavily discounted housing is provided by ACE.
Position Description: The Forestry Technician will work alongside ACE's primary front-line staff of forestry crew leaders (CL's). The Technician will lead teams of young adult Corps members in completion of environmental conservation and restoration projects with an emphasis on forestry and chainsaw projects. The Technician will assist with training and leading corps members in conservation work skills, basic environmental education, outdoor living skills, and engage their crews in environmental work projects that address critical environmental needs.
Training Provided: Some leadership skills training will be provided, but an ideal candidate will come with some direct outdoor leadership experience and extensive chainsaw experience. Individuals with less chainsaw experience are still encouraged to apply, but an A feller equivalent is required. Trail work skills are highly desirable, but for the right candidate, some of these skills will be taught.
Project Environment: Work is almost exclusively outdoors, involves strenuous physical labor in all weather conditions and climates, and may involve "spike" camping for several days at a time in remote wilderness locations.
Applicants should have degree in natural resources or recreation, or a related field. Candidates with Master's Degrees and an interest in a career in public lands management are strongly encouraged to apply. Resumes and cover letters must show detailed key project experiences.
Lead and train a crew on conservation work projects, which may include: hazardous fuels reduction and forest thinning, trail logouts, constructing and maintaining trails; constructing and maintaining fences and outdoor facilities; maintaining public parks, campgrounds, and recreation areas; surveying, mapping and monitoring using GPS technology.
Complete all project paperwork correctly, including weekly reports, safety sheets, accident reports, end of week check lists, feedback forms and others as necessary.
Transport crew to worksites and camp with crew during projects.
Hike, backpack, camp and cook outdoors while at front country and wilderness spike camps.
Arrange details of transportation, tools, equipment, living arrangements, field communication, and work project completion.
Maintain and repair hand and power tools and other equipment as necessary.
Replace items as needed in the cookset, first aid kit, and PPE set.
Arrange environmental education activities and opportunities.
Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
Ability to lead, train, supervise a team.
Knowledge of environmental conservation skills, basic environmental education, and outdoor living/camping skills.
1+ year of chainsaw experience
Holds B Faller/FAL2 qualification or has the knowledge, skills and abilities to receive B Faller qualification upon hire.
Previous experience on hazardous fuels reduction projects, preferred
Experience and knowledgeable in troubleshooting basic mechanical issues with chainsaws in the field
Working knowledge of young adult development, team-building and motivational techniques. Experience serving as a positive role model and mentor for team members.
Ability to perform a wide variety of heavy manual labor for extended periods of time, and often under adverse weather conditions and in various climates.
Ability to adapt to surrounding work environment and conditions that can change frequently.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with corps members, partner agency staff, and the general public.
Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
Ability to understand and follow ACE systems and processes including supervisor key responsibilities.
Must maintain a positive, constructive work environment conducive to team dynamics
Must maintain timely, effective communication with project partners, supervisors, and crew members
Must enforce the use of appropriate safety procedures in all tasks
Must have an exemplary safety record
Must maintain optimal physical health, including a drug-free lifestyle
Must possess a valid driver's license
Must secure First aid/CPR certification within 14 days of employment and maintain certification.
Interns must be US citizen or possess a green card
Must be 18 years of age, or older.
Since this position requires driving, interns must be 21+.
Ability and willingness to undergo a federal criminal background check is required
Members must be US citizen or possess a green card.
Must be 18 years of age, or older.
Since this position requires driving, members must be 21+.
Ability and willingness to undergo a federal criminal background check is required.
Must have a valid driver's license, clean driving record.
Ability to drive an [Agency or ACE] vehicle is required for this position. ACE will conduct a driving record check upon on-boarding and Intern must be cleared by ACE to drive.
Members must have a high a high fitness level and an interest in camping, with potential for backcountry work trips.
Ability to work alone/in a small group with minimal supervision.
Ability to work in small teams in close/remote settings (teams of 3).
Experience and/or ability to learn use of GPS unit.
Database management and ArcGIS software experience.
Must be able and willing to work outdoors and be capable of lifting 50 lbs.
Must be able to take initiative, work independently, and participate in collaborative efforts.
Must be able to communicate clearly and concisely with resource professionals.
S212 B feller chainsaw certification or equivalent experience (ACE will train and certify individuals who show they can meet those requirements in a short amount of time).
Extensive rock-work or other technical trail building skills.
Intern must be willing to represent ACE and all agency partners in a professional, positive, and enthusiastic manner.
This position is subject to change/close at any time
Please submit a resume, cover letter and 3 professional references using the APPLY NOW section, located on the upper right hand corner of the position listing on our website here: https://usaconservationepic.applicantpool.com/jobs/
Early consideration will be given as applications are received. If you have any questions regarding this position, please feel free to contact the ACE EPIC USFS Recruitment Specialist Celia Demers firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neurosciences Service Line Director, Detroit Medical Center - Detroit, MI
The Neurosciences Service Line Director will be charged with providing overall direction, goal setting and input to key strategic, clinical, and operational initiatives surrounding specified service lines within the Detroit market. Additionally, the Neurosciences Service Line Director will participate in the strategic planning process at the market and entity levels, ensuring that business plans create focus and are supported by the leadership teams.
Further, the Neurosciences Service Line Director will be responsible for leading the targeted, strategic growth of specified service lines across the system. He/she will be responsible for ensuring that the system creates tools and processes to manage market and service line priorities in an effective and efficient manner. The Neurosciences Service Line Director also will collaborate with leadership to ensure that the right practice(s) are engaged at the right time and place. Additionally, the Neurosciences Service Line Director will collaborate with system, market, and medical director leadership to oversee service line(s) strategic and business planning processes; as well as provide guidance and input to market CEOs in the delivery of service line business operations. He/she will be responsible for establishing market-wide standards, processes, and measures, and otherwise drive consistent market-wide service line approach across all facilities. Further, this individual will ensure adequate and effective resources as necessary to deliver safe and quality patient care.
The Neurosciences Service Line Director will have the following functional responsibilities in leading the Detroit market:
In conjunction with physicians, administration and market leadership, ensure that service line opportunities and tactics for future and immediate growth are developed and evaluated. Ensure that a marketing plan for each service line is developed and implemented.
Direct accountability for managing service line physician relationships to support the hospital growth strategy. This includes assisting with recruitment for the service line.
Oversee the implementation of quality reporting of the service line and hold accountability for the clinical and operational competence for service line clinical staff and be answerable for quality and safety matters within the service area.
Ensure financial feasibility of the service line operations, ensure plans are procuring financial goals to plan and develop financial proformas and business cases for the implementation of new services and service line initiatives.
Provide vision, leadership, organization, and direction to Detroit Medical Center Neurosciences Service Line.
Responsible for the collaborative development, implementation and on-going management of the service line growth plans within and across the care continuum.
Manage administrative and operations relationships and enforce Detroit Medical Center/Tenet Health policies and guidelines relating to service line management including supportive processes, technology and resources assuring adherence to evidence based care pathways and guidelines.
In collaboration with quality, support and monitor service line quality outcomes, identify opportunities for implementation of clinical standards through the use of established, evidence based practices, for value based care delivery across the continuum.
Collaborate on the development of service line sub-specialties and service line physician recruitment, and compensation standards and processes with DMC regarding provider services agreements.
Support assessment of new service line technologies and innovative approaches to care delivery, assuring patient access to leading edge treatment. Provide strategic, financial and operations guidance on equipment and supply selection.
Provide active leadership and collaboration with strategy, finance and payer strategies associated with the service line.
In collaboration, support development and expansion of service line clinical research capabilities and access to leading clinical trials, to enhance care to the community.
Lead meeting discussion, as appropriate, and ensure that protocols are strictly followed.
Provide periodic updates to key stakeholders as needed/requested.
Identify resource gaps or delays in planning processes.
Ensure compliance with all internal and external regulatory agency requirements.
Foster a culture of collaboration and teamwork, with a dedication to patient care and quality outcomes.
A competitive compensation program will be tailored to the selected candidate. Base salary will be supplemented by a performance bonus and comprehensive, well-rounded benefits program, which includes relocation assistance.
Approximately 25 percent.
At least seven years of related experience in Neuroscience Services. Five to seven years of demonstrated progressive management experience with increasing scope of responsibility.
Experience in the development of Stroke Systems of Care.
Proven success and deep experience in developing and executing specific, measurable business plans that have financial accountability and obtaining successful, effective results and leading teams to plan and execute specific service line activities in a variety of geographic locations.
Understanding of the complex regulated and competitive environment of healthcare systems; proven success in a highly complex, multi-site environment.
Knowledge of academic medical center and community based health setting.
A history of identifying key priorities and problems, obtaining relevant information, identifying root causes and generating alternative solutions to reach sound management decisions.
Solid understanding of healthcare dynamics to advance the positioning of the branding and marketing principles.
Must have independent judgment and decision-making capability. Excellent human relations skills.
Visionary with the ability to think strategically and possessing the communication and leadership skills to follow through on development plans.
Demonstrated success in balancing cost and quality issues and partnering with the medical staff to address productivity and quality improvements.
Superior knowledge of healthcare trends and legislation combined with strong business acumen.
The ability to communicate effectively with diverse constituencies and to deliver high quality written and verbal presentations.
One who encourages feedback and collaborative efforts in his/her staff in order to promote a higher standard of patient care, cost effective delivery of services, and a team-oriented culture.
An individual of highest personal and professional integrity, principle and knowledge, earning respect and support when making difficult decisions and choices. Able to establish immediate credibility with peers, senior leadership, medical staff, and the Board.
A collaborative and operational manager who will give employees a voice and encourage full participation of all team members.
An undergraduate degree in Business, Health Care Administration, or related field is required. A Master's degree, or equivalent experience, is also required.
Job: Executive Search
Primary Location: Detroit, Michigan
Facility: DMC Harper University/Hutzel Women's Hospital
Job Type: Full-time
Shift Type: Days
Perform all types of work involved with the installation, rearrangement, maintenance, operation, removal and inspection of electrical transmission and distribution facilities. The following list sets forth the principal duties required for the job.
All items apply to overhead and underground, as applicable. This list is not intended to limit assignment of work or the degree of supervision under all operating conditions. Employee may perform miscellaneous, related, and incidental work in addition to that specifically outlined below.
Perform duties in accordance with the Company's safety rules, regulations and practices and report unsafe conditions and practices. During the first six months in this classification, shall be capable of working on conductors and equipment energized up to 260 volts under general supervision. Assist with work on conductors and equipment energized at secondary voltages to 600 volts under immediate supervision of higher classification.
After six months in this classification, shall be capable of working on conductors and equipment energized up to 600 volts under general supervision. During the LMC classification, under direct supervision, the employee may operate cutouts, line switches, reclosers, and other sectionalizing devices, refuse line and transformer devices, test de-energized lines and equipment, and place or remove grounds. During this time frame, the employee may progress from direct supervision to immediate and finally general supervision as skill level dictates.
After 18 months in this classification, for the purpose of on-the-job training, may perform the duties of the first six months of the LMB classification when working under the direct supervision of an employee of higher classification.
Assemble, install, maintain, remove and inspect conductors, fixtures and other associated equipment on overhead and underground facilities. Operate mechanized equipment required to install, remove or maintain overhead and underground transmission and distribution facilities.
Become familiar with the use and care of live line tools. Become familiar with and use volt-amp meters, ground meggers, continuity testers and other electrical test equipment associated with line work on voltages up to 600 volts. Load, unload, handle, install, maintain and remove poles, towers and structures.
Assemble and erect equipment mountings such as regulator and transformer platforms. Apply various kinds of insulating protective equipment on facilities energized only at voltage qualified to work on. Build overhead transformer installations.
Identify single and three-phase lines and determine their voltage and conductor size. Become familiar with series and parallel circuits. Gain poles in the air and install single, double and buck arms.
Perform inspection and trouble-shooting of lines. Maintain tools, equipment and work area in a clean and orderly condition. Maintain records and submit reports as required.
1.Perform duties in accordance with the Company's safety rules, regulations and practices and report unsafe conditions and practices. 2. During the first twelve months in this classification assist with work on energized lines and equipment. During this time frame, the employee should progress from direct supervision to immediate supervision as skill level dictates.
Also, shall be capable of replacing fuses and operate switching and sectionalizing devices energized at any voltage when working under general supervision. 3. After twelve months in this classification, while performing work on energized lines and equipment, should progress from immediate supervision to general supervision as skill level dictates. 4. Assist employees of equal or higher classification. 5. Prepare, conduct and facilitate safety meetings. 6. Assemble, install, maintain, remove and inspect conductors, fixtures and other associated equipment on overhead and underground facilities. 7. Install and operate cutouts, line switches, reclosers and other sectionalizing devices; re-fuse line and transformer devices; test de-energized line or equipment, and place or remove grounds. 8. Operate mechanized equipment required to install, remove or maintain overhead and underground transmission and distribution facilities. 9. Become skilled in the use of live line tools, insulating personal protective equipment, insulating blankets, line hose and other protective equipment.
1.Perform duties in accordance with the Company's safety rules, regulations and practices and report unsafe conditions and practices. 2. Install and maintain transmission and distribution facilities and all types of line equipment on the most congested types of construction, energized or de-energized. 3. Assemble, install, maintain, remove and inspect conductors, fixtures and other associated equipment on overhead and underground facilities. 4. Operate cutouts, line switches, reclosers and other sectionalizing devices; re-fuse line and transformer devices; change line and transformer taps; phase out and/or parallel circuits. 5. Work with live line equipment on energized circuits for emergency repairs or routine modifications of facilities. 6. Make energized cut overs from old poles and equipment to new or temporary installations. 7. Select proper standard drawings and interpret specifications and proceed with all new construction work and live line work without supervision. 8. Direct crew when assigned and exercise leadership and good judgment when in charge. 9. Locate and clear away dangerous conditions and repair facilities to restore and maintain service. Place danger signs and/or flares, flag traffic, and place barriers as required to protect the public. 10. Operate mechanized equipment required to install, remove or maintain overhead and underground transmission and distribution facilities. 11. Obtain, issue, accept and release transmission and distribution clearances or permits in accordance with established switching and tagging procedures. 12. Know and follow proper procedures for performing switching on all types of transmission and distribution lines and stations. 13. Install, maintain and switch underground residential distribution and commercial facilities. Locate and correct trouble using cable locating and fault finding tools and equipment. 14. Connect, phase out, parallel and adjust voltage on single and three-phase transformer installations. 15. Use test equipment such as voltmeters, ammeters, maxi-meters, recording meters, phase rotation tester and other electrical test equipment associated with line work, at all voltages, including investigation of customer complaints. 16. Install three-phase regulator banks and energize or remove from service. 17. Install, maintain, operate and remove capacitor banks from service. 18. Instruct customers regarding meter or service locations, and advise customers regarding service interruptions related to customers' electrical equipment. 19. Maintain records and submit reports as required. 20. Assist employees of equal or higher classification. 21. Report irregularities and abnormal conditions.
Medium Voltage Control Assemblies Product Line Manager
Eaton's manufacturing facility located in Arden, NC has an opening for a Product Line Manager for the Medium Voltage Control Assemblies product line.
This position provides direction and leadership for Medium Voltage Control and Medium Voltage Drives product line as a combine role for the two product lines to grow the synergies between the two roles.
Key responsibilities include:
Sharing of Profit & Loss responsibilities with Plant Operations management.
Fully accountable for setting product line pricing strategy and price realization objectives.
Manages the Marketing, Sales, Customer Order Engineering/Design and Customer Service functions of a product line to achieve Orders Entered, Sales Billed and RPI objectives in line with plant objectives, as well as identifying strategic policy and development programs necessary to satisfy future customer needs and support market growth.
Strategic direction for the joined product lines, including product line growth strategy, product roadmap, vertical segment strategy, Channel strategy and life extension strategy.
The essential functions are:
Manages front-end support functions including: Sales, Customer Service, Customer Order Engineering/Design, manufacturing Information and miscellaneous office services. Manages department budget and establishes annual profit plan objectives for the product line. Responsible for meeting top line and bottom line objectives with P&L ownership. Manages Sales Billed and Orders Entered Market Share. Develops, implements and reviews tactical sales plans to meet annual sales volume, price, market share and operating profit objectives.
Sets long term strategic plan for product line and establishes product line strategic direction utilizing, market
research and competitive analysis information. Establishes annual marketing plans. Determines marketing communication needs - develops promotion and communication strategies and plans to enhance product demand. Monitors product line financial and market performance, implementing responsive tactical changes as required.
Establishes and maintains expertise in contractual terms and conditions to identify areas requiring Grants of Authority approval.
Selects customer satisfaction objectives, monitors and initiates corrective action as required. Provides forecast information of market conditions and financial projections to plant and division management.
Structures a progressive culture within the product line front end such that Sales, Engineering and Customer Service employees are motivated to achieve customer satisfaction and total Quality plans. Provides continuous improvement throughout the organization to reduce total cycle time, simplify the Sales and COE process and support the plant quality plan.
Maintains primary plant contact with Field Sales organization in developing sales strategies, supporting customer cultivation plans and establishing effective communication channels between the plant and field sales organization. And, develops product line value proposition tools for field sales.
Responsible for establishing and administering pricing guidelines and product designs that will support the product line's sales volume and price level objectives.
Responsible for specification and acquisition of computer aided design hardware and software, and reprographic equipment.
Must possess a solid understanding of relevant commercial and industrial markets and rapidly changing technologies
Excellent written, verbal, and presentation communication skills required. Must be able to communicate effectively at a variety of different organizational levels.
Determine when corrective pricing adjustments (upward or downward) are required. The likely competitive response, plus the potent impact on sales volume and product line profitability must be considered prior to making a decision. However, quick response to changing market conditions is also extremely important due to the time lag from time of decision until actual impact in the market place.
Implementation of product mix and market segmentation strategic policies that may be in conflict with various segments of the field sales organization. A large degree of creative selling to both field sales and business unit management is required to accomplish these goals.
Ability to analyze and resolve sensitive equipment delivery and product warranty issues to the satisfaction of customers and field sales management.
Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Business disciplines from an accredited institution required.
Minimum 5 years' experience in Marketing or Technical Sales
Minimum 1-year experience in the electrical Industry
Must be eligible to work in U.S. without sponsorship now or in the future.
Prefer a minimum of 7 years of experience in medium voltage equipment
Prior Field Sales Management Experience and/or marketing experience or smaller product line management experience.
Knowledge of Eaton Electrical Systems
Experience managing people across multiple functions
Solid understanding of relevant markets
Knowledge of industry applications in Oil & Gas, Mining & Pipeline
We make what matters work. Everywhere you look—from the technology and machinery that surrounds us, to the critical services and infrastructure that we depend on every day—you'll find one thing in common. It all relies on power. That's why Eaton is dedicated to improving people's lives and the environment with power management technologies that are more reliable, efficient, safe and sustainable. Because this is what matters. We are confident we can deliver on this promise because of the attributes that our employees embody. We're ethical, passionate, accountable, efficient, transparent and we're committed to learning. These values enable us to tackle some of the toughest challenges on the planet, never losing sight of what matters.
Region: North America – US/Puerto Rico
Organization: ESSG PDCAD Power Distrib Control Assy Div
Job Level: Manager
Is remote work (i.e. working from home or another Eaton facility) allowed for this position?: No
Does this position offer relocation?: Relocation from within hiring country only
Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
IT Risk/Bus Info Systems Officer/Bond
Primary Job Duties & Responsibilities
Drive Information Security program requirements into the Line of Business and monitor compliance. And contribute to the design, and participate in the execution of, the Technology & Operations Risk Program strategy by understanding and employing risk assessment, management, and mitigation practices within Line of Business.
Serve as primary point of contact for Line of Business with first, second, and third lines of defense and partner risk centers (e.g. Corporate Audit, Business Resiliency, Supplier Management, etc.).
Provide Line of Business input to Information Security for consideration of Enterprise strategy, products, and tools. Gain approval from Information Security SMEs on Line of Business specific security initiatives, processes and training.
Support Information Security Awareness and Training activities. Act as Information Security's liaison to the Line of Business for the Enterprise Information Security training and awareness program. Conduct communication/awareness training sessions as needed.
Drive the socialization of Security Policy & Standards within the Line of Business and drive training as appropriate. Prepare LOB's for substantive standard changes to ensure compliance. Assist in the testing and validation of security controls.
Support implementation of the enterprise application security strategy and initiatives including processes, tools and training in the line of business. Provide security consultation and advocacy for Enterprise directions set by Information Security.
Support implementation of the enterprise security threat and vulnerability strategy and initiatives including processes, tools and training in the line of business.
Provide Line of Business oversight for data loss prevention processes. Play an active role in driving awareness and supporting key Data Protection initiatives. Partner with Line of Business to identify critical intellectual property to protect.
Participate in working groups to assess the root cause of technology audit findings common to the Lines of Business and develop and implement risk management processes and/or control enhancements designed to prevent recurrence and reduce risk.
Support strategy of driving Enterprise consistency in the design, implementation, certification, and/or self-assessment of controls intended to mitigate like-kind risks.
Understand Enterprise-wide and Line of Business strategies and business imperatives, as well as key initiatives designed to achieve them. Identify top risks that may imperil attainment and develop and track the progress of remediation plans designed to reduce the risk.
Support Line of Business in determining the appropriate treatment of identified risks and partner with accountable parties in developing risk mitigation and/or corrective action plans.
Direct the completion of risk assessment activity within Line of Business and across the Enterprise (e.g. annual ERA, targeted risk assessments, application risk assessments).
Manage inventory of Line of Business exceptions to Policies & Standards and coordinate and document the outcome of facilitated risk discussions for high risk exceptions.
Understand the Technology and Operations specific risks within the MISR hierarchy and partner with the Technology & Operations Program and associated risk centers in their refinement and inherent risk calibration.
Job Specific & Technical Skills & Competencies
Advanced: Able to understand detailed issues around business continuity, security, and overall risk in IT.
Able to have enough expertise to drive a solution and solve issues, addressing risk. Business Knowledge & Partnership
Advanced: Creates an atmosphere where business partner's issues are dealt with professionally, and in a timely manner.
Suggests solutions that make sense and improve the performance of the assigned systems. Ensures customer's perspective is understood to optimize system(s) support of the business goals. Communicates openly and effectively in a manner consistent with the audience.
Ensures that reports are precise, timely and accurate. Problem Solving & Decision Making
Advanced: Demonstrates sound analytical and diagnostic skills dealing with issues that are loosely defined and/or where information is available but must be further manipulated.
Once decisions are made, is able to follow the management plan and direct activities to obtain intended results. Takes input from several sources, decides if all the information needed is available and moves to a decision. Openly and directly confronts conflict until resolved. Team Orientation
Advanced: Maintains effective partnerships across the organization and is able to influence senior management, peers and subordinates through an inclusive style and recognition of their abilities and knowledge.
Balances team and individual responsibilities. Exhibits objectivity and openness to others' views. Gives and welcomes feedback.
Puts success of team above own interest. Leadership
Intermediate: Supports a distinct business unit or several smaller functions.
Responsibilities are assigned with some latitude for setting priorities and decision-making using established policies and procedures. Results are reviewed with next level manager for clarification and direction before proceeding. Planning and Project Management
Advanced: Identifies those unit tasks that are most important and maintains a clear sense of priorities and the larger picture.
Anticipates and effectively responds to changes in workload and resources. Is able to influence management, peers and subordinates through an inclusive style and recognition of their abilities and knowledge. Communications
Advanced: Strong communications skills are required to work across the organization, and several corporate functions. Financial Awareness
Intermediate: Has the ability to frame risk issues in a risk business case / terms, to help priorities projects and value. Human Resource Management
Basic: Demonstrates good interpersonal skills by displaying an understanding of the needs and perspective of others.
Able to balance the workload of team members and supervise individuals of varying abilities. Able to identify the talents of others and match them to the tasks that will best suit the unit goals and/or provide growth for the individual. Able to assess and identify employee development and put together a training plan for the individual.
Responsible for the accurate and timely completion of staff performance evaluations and development planning. Demonstrates a capacity to recognize, value and respect differences across a diverse workforce. Proficiency level definitions: Basic
Demonstrates basic knowledge and ability; can apply the competency in common/familiar situations that present limited difficulties. Intermediate
Demonstrates solid knowledge and ability; can apply the competency, with minima; or no guidance, in the full range of typical situations. Requires guidance handling novel or more complex situations. Advanced
Demonstrated advanced knowledge and ability, and can apply the competency in new or complex situations. May guide other professionals.
Plans at a tactical level and manages the effective use of resources to transform business-specifications into cost-effective IT Security solutions. Leads assigned staff to implement and/or maintain a large, complex system or multiple smaller systems and/or assigned project(s). Manages the tactical plan for assigned IS Security projects of business significance. Advocates the use of technology to develop and/or redesign of technology solutions that enhance the business ability to do business and protects Company and Client assets consistent with legal and Company policy requirements. Responsible for all aspects of human resource management of staff. This job is a Manager: Responsible for setting work objectives and goals for employees and managing their performance. Typically involved in compensation decisions. Employees have a formal reporting relationship to this job. This job works under General Direction: Establishes procedures for attaining specific goals and objectives in a broad area of work. Generally final results are reviewed. (Typically applies to a manager or expert/top level professional.)
Education, Work Experience & Knowledge
Six years of experience in Risk Management or related fields such as Audit, IT Security, or Business Continuity preferred. Bachelors degree in Technology or a related field preferred. Experience leading technical teams preferred.
Three years of Technology experience required. One year of IT Risk Management experience required.
Information Assurance Manager
Are you looking for unlimited opportunities to develop and succeed? With work that challenges and makes a difference, within a flexible and supportive environment, we can help our customers achieve their dreams and aspirations.
Information Assurance Manager, Group Functions Assurance
The Global Information Risk Management, Group Functions Assurance team is actively searching for an experienced Information Assurance Manager.
This is a 2nd line of defense Information Risk Management role. The incumbent will assist the Director by managing relationships within different service areas in Group Functions and Enterprise Technology & Services (ETS) to support information assurance program, which will include key focus on areas such as information, technology, continuity and regulatory risks and controls. This will involve collaboration and partnership with 1st line of defense IT Governance, IT Teams, ORM (Operational Risk Management), Global Compliance, 2nd line Controls Assurance team and 2nd line Center of Excellence teams.
The incumbent will be part of a team which will work with different service areas within Group Functions and ETS to understand changes occurring both at the value stream and initiative level related to the products, capabilities and services which those service areas manage. This insight and understanding will inform the 2nd line Controls Assurance team of any updates required to narratives and controls documentation helping to feed into the continuous improvement of the information assurance program. In addition, this role will have an understanding within the service areas they support of the risks and risk treatment, risk rate and risk assess control assurance testing failures, review and assess control exception requests, and perform independent 2nd line risk review of IS-related "Significant" Programs and Projects.
You'll be part of the wider IRM and Group Risk community. You'll join a world-class company known for its commitment to diversity, community involvement and work-life balance via the WorkSmart program that sees 20% of Manulife's North American employees working from home.
As an Information Assurance Manager, you will be working with specific service areas within Group Functions and ETS with the following responsibilities:
Meet with assigned Service Area owners on a regular basis to review changes to products, capabilities & services, risks and their associated risk treatment plans.
Provide reporting to Service Area owners and 2nd Line leadership which will outline assurance statements and control deficiencies in a way that fosters collaboration and continuous improvement.
Build a wide understanding of products, capabilities and services for the specific supported service areas which will include key focus on areas such as information, technology, continuity and regulatory risks and controls.
Collaborate with 2nd Line Segment Controls Assurance team on the creation and review of narratives, control documentation and control design.
Collaborate with 2nd Line Segment Controls Assurance team on the prioritization of controls testing activities to focus on the high-risk areas.
Assist with evidence gathering as necessary and promotion of standardized and scalable evidence gathering processes with 1st Line teams.
Conduct risk review and root cause analysis of control testing failures in collaboration with 1st line teams.
Conduct risk review as necessary for control exception requests in collaboration with 1st line teams.
Identify control failures through review of Incidents in collaboration with 1st line teams.
Identify control failures through review of Key Risk Indicators in collaboration with 1st line teams.
Execute 2nd Line Information Risk challenge activities for Significant Projects & Vendors including independent assessment and review of 1st Line risk assessment work.
Execute 2nd Line Top Down Risk and Control Assessment with supported service areas.
Take on additional responsibilities as necessary.
5 years or more of progressive information risk management experience in one or more disciplines: project/vendor risk assessment, network security, infrastructure/platform security, data/application security, vulnerability/patch management, IT auditing, IT risk and control assessments, and business continuity/disaster recovery planning.
Professional certification or designation in information security, IT auditing, business continuity and/or disaster recovery a plus, but not a requirement.
Post-secondary diploma or degree in computer science fields of study is preferred.
Excellent communication skills (oral and written) including presentation skills with demonstrated ability to present at all organizational levels.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team, managing multiple priorities across several service areas.
Experience with FAIR or comparable quantitative risk management frameworks is a plus
Innovative problem-solving skills with proven ability to exercise flexibility and judgement.
Ability to learn, know and act upon what is important to Manulife and the specific service areas you support.
Proven ability to build relationships, engage and influence others, work with a diverse internal and international user community, as well as vendors.
Strong interpersonal skills, including demonstrated ability to be sensitive and professional when communicating across geographical and cultural boundaries.
Effective influencing and negotiation skills with the aptitude to achieve consensus in a federated environment.
Experience implementing and/or supporting a large-scale corporate enterprise solutions.
Previous experience in the Financial, Insurance or Healthcare sectors considered an asset.
Work in tandem with multiple diverse and global groups simultaneously. Interpret and articulate the IRM standards, policies and goals in a way that engages the service areas to act, develop and implement plans. This may require influencing more senior levels within the organization. Able to deal with ambiguity especially when requirements are in flux and responsibility for delivery is shared among teams.
Position Dimensions (Organizational Impact):
Deliver Information Risk Management oversight practices and activities. Failure could potentially impact Manulife in achieving business goals and objectives, safeguarding its people and information assets, and continuing to meet the information risk management requirements of our clients, shareholders and regulators.
Location: available across Canada and the USA.
If you are ready to unleash your potential it's time to start your career with Manulife/John Hancock.
Manulife Financial Corporation is a leading international financial services group that helps people make their decisions easier and lives better. We operate primarily as John Hancock in the United States and Manulife elsewhere. We provide financial advice, insurance, as well as wealth and asset management solutions for individuals, groups and institutions. At the end of 2018, we had more than 34,000 employees, over 82,000 agents, and thousands of distribution partners, serving almost 28 million customers. As of December 31, 2018, we had over $1.1 trillion (US$794 billion) in assets under management and administration, and in the previous 12 months we made $29.0 billion in payments to our customers.
Our principal operations in Asia, Canada and the United States are where we have served customers for more than 100 years. With our global headquarters in Toronto, Canada, we trade as 'MFC' on the Toronto, New York, and the Philippine stock exchanges and under '945' in Hong Kong.
Manulife is committed to supporting a culture of diversity and accessibility across the organization. It is our priority to remove barriers to provide equal access to employment. A Human Resources representative will consult with applicants contacted to participate at any stage of the recruitment process who request an accommodation. Information received regarding the accommodation needs of applicants will be addressed confidentially.
VP, AML Onboarding Manager
Since 1941, Banc of California (NYSE:BANC) has provided full-service banking and lending to individuals and their businesses, families and employees throughout California and across the West.
Today, with over $10 billion in consolidated assets, we are large enough to meet our clients' banking needs, yet small enough to care and serve them well. Banc of California's strong balance sheet, deep community roots and commitment to lasting and meaningful relationships are the foundation for its long record of success.
Responsible for the continued development, enhancement, oversight, and reporting on the Bank's Know Your Customer (KYC), Customer Identification Program (CIP), Customer Due Diligence/Beneficial Ownership Program (CDD), and first and second line of defense customer onboarding processes and controls in support of the Enterprise Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Program. Ensures that established front line customer onboarding processes and controls adhere to the Bank's KYC/CIP, CDD, Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), USA PATRIOT Act (USAPA), Title 31 Code Federal Regulations Chapter X, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) watch list screening, and Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). Performs all duties in accordance with the company's policies and procedures, all U.S. state and federal laws and regulations, wherein the company operates.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs personnel actions including performance appraisals, disciplinary actions, and interviewing candidates for employment; supervises the daily activities of the team including, but not limited to, effective delegation of assignments, developing work schedules and providing necessary training.
Responsible for the overall direction, motivation, coordination and evaluation of functionalities within the unit.
Ensures that first and second line of defense client onboarding processes and controls are sufficiently designed, documented, and evidenced to satisfy risk, audit, and regulatory objectives, including but not limited to depository and lending onboarding.
Responsible for ensuring first line client onboarding complies with KYC, CIP, CDD, BSA, USAPA, OFAC, FATCA, and other AML regulations, and reviews and makes recommendations to update applicable bank governance when change is warranted. Ensures Bank's customer onboarding controls align with bank governance and all applicable regulatory requirements.
Serves as the BSA/AML department's subject matter expert and primary department contact for the BSA Liaison Middle Office function as it pertains to company wide client onboarding.
Ensures customers with higher risk attributes have onboarding documentation including but not limited to site inspections, automated negative news and OFAC screenings, risk attribute workflow forms, legal entity beneficial ownership (LEBOC) forms, as applicable, and all onboarding packets are completed appropriately and accurately.
Partners with the VP, AML Quality Control to identify trends, issues, and root causes to first line onboarding exceptions. Partners with the first line Executive Management team on remediating the root causes and providing follow-up and/or enhanced training to reduce exception levels in accordance with bank approved tolerance levels.
Reviews and approves new account onboarding requests for escalation to the Enhanced Due Diligence team, as needed.
Reviews first line exception requests via Note-to-File from the first line business unit management. Reviews and escalates to the BSA/AML Officer for review, as appropriate.
Manages customer onboarding escalations to the BSA/Reputation Working Group in line with Board approved risk appetite. Attends the BSA/Reputation Working Group to present the results of AML's onboarding review and provides the BSA/AML Officer, Chief Risk Officer, and/or BSA/Reputation Working Group with a recommendation from an AML perspective.
Establishes new account onboarding processes and procedures for new products, services, and lines of business, as needed. Trains the front line business unit on these new processes and procedures.
Manages all updates to existing AML onboarding governance for changes in regulation, bank policies, standards, and/or procedures, and/or to address internal audit or quality control findings.
Ensures that AML Onboarding post approval reviews are conducted within the bank's established Service Level Agreement (SLA) with the first line business units.
Serves as the bank's Subject Matter Expert on the CDD/Beneficial Ownership Rule effective May 11, 2018. Ensures all Legal Entity Beneficial Ownership Certifications are appropriately completed, when applicable, in line with bank policy and regulatory laws. Provides continuous Beneficial Ownership training to the front line business units. Works in conjunction with the AML Quality Control Manager to prioritize trainings based on QC exception rates.
Develops, implements, oversees, and reports on customer onboarding processes, tools, policies, standards, and procedures ensuring alignment with the Bank's Enterprise Risk Framework and the Enterprise AML Program.
Carries out responsibilities by promoting a risk-aware culture, ensuring efficient and effective risk and compliance management practices, identifying issues, determining root cause and taking corrective action through staff training, process or system enhancements.
Ensures that resources and infrastructure are adequate to support the customer onboarding program; conveys the Bank's needs and objectives, and ensures necessary controls are in place and working as designed.
Works with the OCC and internal auditors to provide onboarding documentation, reports, trainings, etc. and provides timely responses to requests for information and questions.
Conducts quality control review to ensure staff members follow established policies and procedures, and execute deliverables within expected timeframes.
Works effectively with key stakeholders using strong influencing skills to resolve issues in a mutually satisfactory manner, and respective responsibilities are understood, agreed, and escalated where required.
Treats people with respect; keeps commitments; inspires the trust of others; works ethically and with integrity; upholds organizational values; accepts responsibility for own actions.
Demonstrates knowledge of and adherence to EEO policy; shows respect and sensitivity for cultural differences; educates others on the value of diversity; promotes working environment free of harassment of any type; builds a diverse workforce and supports affirmative action.
Follows policies and procedures; completes tasks correctly and on time; supports the company's goals and values.
Performs the position safely, without endangering the health or safety of themselves or others and will be expected to report potentially unsafe conditions. The employee shall comply with occupational safety and health standards and all rules, regulations and orders issued pursuant to the OSHA Act of 1970, which are applicable to one's own actions and conduct.
Performs other duties and projects as assigned.
Banc of California is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age (40 and over), ancestry, color, religious creed (including religious dress and grooming practices), denial of Family and Medical Care Leave, disability (mental and physical) including HIV and AIDS, marital status, medical condition (cancer and genetic characteristics), genetic information, military and veteran status, national origin (including language use restrictions), race, sex (which includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and medical conditions related to pregnancy, childbirth or breastfeeding), gender, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Demonstrates knowledge of, adherence to, monitoring and responsibility for compliance with state and federal regulations and laws as they pertain to this position including but not limited to the following: Regulation Z (Truth in Lending Act), Regulation B (Equal Credit Opportunity Act), Fair Housing Act (FHA), Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) in conjunction with the USA PATRIOT Act, Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Customer Identification Program (CIP), Right to Financial Privacy Act (RFPA, state and federal) and Community Reinvestment Act (CRA)
Advanced knowledge of production analysis and report writing environments
Advanced knowledge of BSA/AML regulations, requirements, research techniques, and tools
Expert knowledge of the end to end KYC, CIP, and CDD onboarding processes
Knowledge of International Banking as well as various non-retail banking products and services including; deposit, investment, treasury and cash management, equipment lending, commercial real estate lending, and credit products, foreign currency exchange or other financial instruments a plus
Understanding of complex corporate structures and CIP and additional due diligence and documentation requirements including ultimate Beneficial Ownership information
Thorough understanding of the regulatory environment affecting financial institutions and applicable regulations impacting financial crimes and fraud prevention
Advanced knowledge of BSA, USAPA, Title 31 Code Federal Regulations Chapter X regulations and requirements, and OFAC Sanctions and experience in Sanctions investigations, for various customer types
Strong knowledge of and proficiency with AML transactional monitoring and case management systems
Effective planning, organizational, time management, issue resolution and decision-making skills
Strong relationship development and leadership skills
Solid presentation and reporting skills of in-house tools and databases; heavy understanding within Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
Intermediate math skills; calculate interest and percentages; balance accounts; add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals; locate routine mathematical errors; compute rate, ratio and percent, including the drafting and interpretation of bar graphs
Effective organizational and time management skills
Exceptional oral, written and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to communicate complex information accurately, clearly and quickly
Ability to collaborate to achieve objectives and influence others, build teams and communicate effectively with Senior Management
Ability to assess processes (including process mapping), identify and drive improvement execution, and have relationship management and conflict resolution skills
Ability to monitor new regulatory guidance/pronouncements that may directly or indirectly affect the department and recommend and/or implement any necessary changes to maintain compliance with the new law, rule, or regulation
Ability to read, analyze and interpret common technical journals, financial reports and legal documents
Ability to make decisions that have significant impact on the immediate work unit and cross functional departments
Ability to make informal and formal presentations, inside and outside the organization; speaking before assigned team or other groups as needed
Ability to deal with complex difficult problems involving multiple facets and variables in non-standardized situations
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND/OR LICENSES:
Bachelor's Degree preferred.
Seven (7) to Ten (10) years' experience in the banking and/or financial services industry.
Three (3) to Five (5) or more years in a managerial, supervisory, or team lead role.
Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) certification required; CPA, CFCS, and/or CFE certification(s) a plus.
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