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Wilderness Ranger at Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards

Tue, 01/30/2018 - 4:22pm
Employer: Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards Expires: 02/20/2018 Join our team: Do you have a strong work ethic and a desire to work in protected public lands? Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards (SAWS) is hiring for the following positions.Position Title: Wilderness RangerPositions Open: 4Position Duration: 25 weeks – Starting mid-MayStatus: Temporary/SeasonalCompensation: $15/hourPosition Supervisor: Regional Program ManagerLocations: Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee, Monongahela National Forest, West VirginiaAbout Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards (SAWS)We are a passionate and inclusive team of employees, volunteers, and supporters, dedicated to a mission of educating, cultivating, and empowering an engaged public for the stewardship of protected public lands. We pride ourselves on being a transformative conservation non-profit: for the resource, the individuals who work with us, federal land management agencies, and our local partners. SAWS was founded in 2010 to respond to a regional need for stewardship focused on federally designated wilderness. We work with the national forests in the mountain regions of Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Virginia to provide stewardship through our four program areas: trail crews, wilderness rangers, volunteers, and education.Position SummaryUnder the supervision of the Program Manager, a Wilderness Ranger’s work may include, but is not limited to:· Partner and public engagement and education (volunteer day leadership, Leave No Trace, bear safety and awareness, wilderness education, etc.)· GPS mapping and data collection· Recreation site inventory· Trail condition assessment and survey· Assessment of administratively provided facilities and regulationsEssential Duties and Responsibilities· Collect, manage, and report field work output· Coordinate with US Forest Service staff on project work· Assist SAWS staff in developing and maintaining strong, positive relationships with US Forest Service personnel, partner organization staff, and partner organization volunteers· Craft and curate media (blogs, photography, video, etc.) to share for reporting and documentation· Model and practice Leave No Trace principals in the field· Follow and practice SAWS organizational policies in the field· Maintain an inclusive, safe, fun, and positive working environment· Maintain high standard levels for project completionQualificationsIn addition to enthusiasm for the SAWS mission, you will have the following:· Excellent interpersonal communication skills· Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint· Ability to travel on foot over rough terrain for up to 10 miles per day while carrying 50 lbs or more· Ability to spend up to 5 days at a time in the backcountry· Knowledge of Leave No Trace ethics, including backcountry camp and travel practices· Ability to work alone in a remote and primitive setting· Experience with Trimble GPS units and ArcGIS software desired· Desire to be a vibrant member of an enthusiastic working team and transformative non-profit organizationThis position is eligible for Federal Resource Assistant Hiring Authority. To learn more, CLICK HERE.To Apply Please submit a cover letter and resume online at www.wildernessstewards.org/employment-application. Questions regarding the application for Tennessee positions may be submitted via email to David Cohen, Program Manager, at davidcohen@wildernessstewards.org or to Eric Giebelstein ericgiebelstein@wildernessstewards.org for questions about the positions in West Virginia.SAWS is an equal opportunity employer and provides a drug-free workplace.

Wilderness Specialist at Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards

Tue, 01/30/2018 - 3:41pm
Employer: Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards Expires: 02/20/2018 Join our team: Do you have a strong work ethic and a desire to work in protected public lands? Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards (SAWS) is hiring for the following positions.   Position Title: Wilderness Specialist Positions Open: Multiple Position Duration:  25-50 weeks – Starting mid-May Status: Temporary/Seasonal Compensation: $15/hour Position Supervisor: Regional Program Manager Location: Various—Western NC, Southwest VA, Northeast TN, Eastern Kentucky, Asheville, NC and Mountain Rest, SC   About Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards (SAWS) We are a passionate and inclusive team of employees, volunteers, and supporters, dedicated to a mission of educating, cultivating, and empowering an engaged public for the stewardship of protected public lands. We pride ourselves on being a transformative conservation non-profit: for the resource, the individuals who work with us, federal land management agencies, and our local partners. SAWS was founded in 2010 to respond to a regional need for stewardship focused on federally designated wilderness. We work with the national forests in the mountain regions of Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Virginia to provide stewardship through our four program areas: trail crews, wilderness rangers, volunteers, and education.   Position Summary Under the supervision of the Program Manager, a Wilderness Ranger’s work may include, but is not limited to: ·       Compiling historical documents, data compilation and analysis, and technical writing ·       Other wilderness character monitoring tasks ·       Analyze data and develop specific management plan for invasive species ·       Partner and public engagement and education (volunteer day leadership, Leave No Trace, bear safety and awareness, wilderness education, etc.) Essential Duties and Responsibilities ·       Curate, manage, and analyze wilderness databases and develop report assessing wilderness character baseline ·       Collect, manage, and report field work output ·       Coordinate with US Forest Service staff and partners on project work ·       Assist SAWS staff in developing and maintaining strong, positive relationships with US Forest Service personnel, partner organization staff, and partner organization volunteers ·       Craft and curate media (blogs, photography, video, etc.) to share for reporting and documentation ·       Model and practice Leave No Trace principals in the field ·       Follow and practice SAWS organizational policies in the field ·       Maintain an inclusive, safe, fun, and positive working environment ·       Maintain high standard levels for project completion   Qualifications In addition to enthusiasm for the SAWS mission, you will have the following:   ·       Strong understanding of federally designated wilderness, wilderness character, and natural resource management ·       Excellent interpersonal communication skills ·       Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint ·       Ability to travel on foot over rough terrain for up to 10 miles per day while carrying 50 lbs or more ·       Knowledge of Leave No Trace ethics, including backcountry camp and travel practices ·       Ability to work alone in a remote and primitive setting ·       Experience with Trimble GPS units and ArcGIS software desired ·       Desire to be a vibrant member of an enthusiastic working team and transformative non-profit organization   This position is eligible for Federal Resource Assistant Hiring Authority. To learn more, CLICK HERE.   To Apply Please submit a cover letter and resume online at www.wildernessstewards.org/employment-application. Questions regarding the application may be submitted via email to David Cohen, Program Manager, at davidcohen@wildernessstewards.org.     SAWS is an equal opportunity employer and provides a drug-free workplace.

TennCare Medical Office Chief of Staff at Tennessee State Government

Tue, 01/30/2018 - 12:45pm
Employer: Tennessee State Government Expires: 02/20/2018 Reports to:  Chief Medical Officer, Division of TennCarePosition:  Chief of Staff, Division of TennCareLocation:  Nashville, TNBACKGROUNDTennCare is Tennessee’s Medicaid program that provides health insurance coverage for 1.4 million low income children, pregnant women, disabled adults, and adult caretakers of children.  TennCare, with an annual budget of $11 Billion, covers about one out of every five Tennesseans and half of all Tennessee births and children.  TennCare partners with its managed care organizations to provide integrated physical, behavioral, and long term care to its members. The state administers the pharmacy and dental benefits through its partner benefits managers.MISSION AND TEAM TennCare is committed to improving the quality of health care for its members while maximizing the value of every dollar spent. TennCare has been a leader in innovation through clinical care models and delivery system payment reform. TennCare also sits at the intersection of federal and state health policy. TennCare’s Medical Office is integral to this mission with direct input or responsibility into clinical quality and operations, federal and state policy, and strategic clinical innovation for the agency. Operationally, the medical office is comprised of 6 teams. Overall, the office is responsible for all medical, dental, and pharmacy policies and operations while providing quality and population health oversight. It also administers all medical appeals and oversees provider registration and engagement. Finally, the medical office is responsible for strategic clinical initiatives to improve clinical care and outcomes for its members working closely with providers, the managed care organizations, and other key stakeholders to accomplish this. The Chief of Staff will work directly to support the leadership of the Chief Medical Officer and have high visibility and partnership across the Medical Office to support the ultimate goal of promoting the delivery of high quality services within a sustainable budget.POSITION OVERVIEW & ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONSResponsibilities will include:• Support Data Analytics and Policy Research to Guide Medical Office Policy Decisionso Lead policy and data analysis to inform key strategic decisions for high impact clinical areas affecting TennCare members. Areas of recent focus include opioid and substance abuse treatment and prevention, improving maternal and child health outcomes, integration of oral and physical health. o Perform literature reviews to summarize most relevant clinical evidence to inform decision making and policy discussion. Examples of recent initiatives include clinical programs to engage high ED utilizers and readmissions, increasing access to care, pharmacy medication therapy management programs.o Develop supporting materials to communicate key findings including powerpoint presentations, policy memos,  and data visualization• Coordinate Strategic TennCare Clinical Initiatives and Policy Developmento Lead project management across medical office teams to develop solutions, track deliverables, and manage involved stakeholders to solve operational issueso Track and maintain inventory of all critical and high priority projects for CMO and leadership team. Ensure timely updates and manage communications across these projects to convey important information to all involved stakeholderso Support CMO and Deputy CMO in implementation of Payment Reform programs which include: Episodes of Care, Primary Care Transformation, and Health Link Homes. Payment reform continues to be a strategic initiative across TennCareo Independently lead special CMO-initiated projects as assigned that focus on developing innovative solutions to target high needs members• Team Development and Staff Support Across All Medical Office Teams and Personnelo Prepare for and facilitate key CMO and leadership team meetings. Responsibilities include setting meeting agenda, ensuring key meeting participants are informed and prepared, and capturing critical taskso Work closely with Chief Medical Officer to support team development and professional development. Activities include annual team strategic planning retreats, communication training, team-based learning, and leadership developmento Represent Medical Office at stakeholder meetings to capture and convey important information to medical leadership team. Examples include interagency collaborations with the Departments of Health, Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. External stakeholder examples include Pharmacy Advisory Committee, TN Initiative for Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative• Other duties as assignedQUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTSMinimum Qualifications and Core Competencies:• Masters level degree (MBA, MPH, MPP) or higher; (Exceptional performance with 3+ years in similar role or in management consulting will be considered in place of advanced degree)• Advanced Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint• Highly developed interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills • Strong organizational, time management, analytical skillsDesirable Qualifications• Experience in management consulting or healthcare policy strongly desired• Experience with data analytics or health services outcomes research• Experience in project managementCOMPENSATIONSalary/Range:  Compensation arrangements are competitive and will be commensurate with the selected candidate’s experience and responsibilities of this position. Clinical service and patient care opportunities can also be considered if candidate is interested.Pursuant to the State of Tennessee’s Workplace Discrimination and Harassment policy, the State is firmly committed to the principle of fair and equal employment opportunities for its citizens and strives to protect the rights and opportunities of all people to seek, obtain, and hold employment without being subjected to illegal discrimination and harassment in the workplace. It is the State’s policy to provide an environment free of discrimination and harassment of an individual because of that person’s race, color, national origin, age (40 and over), sex, pregnancy, religion, creed, disability, veteran’s status or any other category protected by state and/or federal civil rights laws.

Ergonomics Engineer at XDIN Inc. an Alten Company

Tue, 01/30/2018 - 8:57am
Employer: XDIN Inc. an Alten Company Expires: 02/27/2018 Ergonomics Engineer Greensboro NC Automotive Ergonomics Experiences are a must (will be working in the field testing vehicles)Requires someone skilled in CATIA V5/Enovia as well as DELMIA Human Builder. Generates solutions to ergonomic concerns by participating in and leading cross-functional teams Contributes to the global development of physical ergonomics processes, guidelines, and standards  The deliverables will be as follows;-Perform ergonomic assessments on truck CAD models and physical properties to ensure compliance with specified guidance and regulations-Provide ergonomics support at component level and program review meetings-Create small ergonomics and/or usability studies using internal drivers/personnel-Write ergonomics and human factors assessment reports on findings-Coordinate and communicate with component and system level engineers to resolve ergonomic and human factors related issues-Utilize Enovia and CATIA software to assess heavy duty truck ergonomics

Client Services Director at Orange County Rape Crisis Center

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 3:17pm
Employer: Orange County Rape Crisis Center Expires: 02/24/2018 The Orange County Rape Crisis Center is seeking a full-time Client Services Director. The CSD serves as the primary administrator of the Center’s services for survivors of sexual violence. In addition to staff supervision and program management, the CSD is responsible for systems advocacy with community providers and partner agencies. This is a management level position, and candidates should have at least three years of experience working with survivors as well as demonstrated effectiveness with supervising staff, managing programs, and working on multidisciplinary teams. Candidates who are bilingual in English and Spanish are highly encouraged to apply. The full job description can be found at ocrcc.org/employment.To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to alyson@ocrcc.org. Applications will be accepted until February 23, 2018, or until the position is filled.

Program Co-Coordinator - Vance Afterschool at City of Asheville

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 2:04pm
Employer: City of Asheville Expires: 02/26/2018 Job SummaryDo you want to help provide quality after-school activities to local children? The Parks and Recreation department is looking for an energetic and reliable individual to join our team!The City of Asheville is currently hiring one (1) part-time Program Coordinator for the after-school program in the Parks and Recreation Department. The purpose of this position is to assist in the operation and maintenance of a recreation facility and carry out, supervise and lead recreation programs and activities within an assigned district or park.Approximately 25 hours per week, generally 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Additional hours as needed.Essential Duties & ResponsibilitiesProvides organization and administrative assistance in providing a diverse collection of recreation programs.Prepares facilities for activities by opening and closing facility, unlocking doors/gates and windows and turning lights on and off.Supervises youth and adult participants in outdoor activities, plans and participates in activities and teaches classes.Performs administrative duties by answering telephones, scheduling facility activities, providing information to the public on recreation programs, preparing and maintaining records on attendance and participation, collecting and processing applicable fees and preparing and filing time sheets, repair work orders and other forms.Maintains cleanliness of facility, bulletin boards, plantings and decorations.Attends regular staff meetings to discuss new programs and issues.Drives City vehicles for activity groups.Acts in the absence of the supervisor.Plans, leads and supervises youth in license after school activities.Provides organization and administrative assistance in providing a diverse collection of recreation programs.  Supplemental Functions:Performs other similar duties as required.Required Education & Experience18 years or older, andHigh school diploma or equivalency, andExperience in recreation programming or management; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.Required Licensing and Certifications:Current CPR/First Aid.Basic School-Aged Care (BSAC) Training & Certification.2 semester hours in child & youth development and 2 semester hours of school age programming.Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Working ConditionsKnowledge:General knowledge of learned procedures, practices, routines to deal effectively with routine work.Skills:Ability to read, summarize and/or compare general workplace data and graphics, such as flow charts, maps, tables, etc.Ability to conduct research of existing, internal policies and proceduresAbility to share research findings with a direct supervisor or co-workers.Ability to think creatively for work practices, programs and policies.Ability to communicate effectively in spoken and written form.Ability to research program documents and narrative materials, and develop reports from information gathered.Ability to analyze situations to pinpoint problems and assist with solving problems or identifying sources of obstacles.Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships as required by work assignments.Ability to work independently with limited supervision.Ability to analyze and interpret policy and procedural guidelines and to apply this understanding to tasks.Ability to bring resources together to resolve a problem or provide a solution. Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:Occasional outside work or exposure to unpleasant conditions and/or hazardsLittle physical effort is required.

Executive Sous Chef, Yellowstone National Park at Xanterra

Sat, 01/27/2018 - 9:31am
Employer: Xanterra - Culinary Arts Expires: 02/24/2018 OverviewXanterra Parks & Resorts is a global travel and Hospitality Company, and the United States' largest operator of park-based hotels, restaurants and stores.From the incredible depths of the Grand Canyon to the awe-inspiring heights of Mount Rushmore, and from extraordinary cruises to cycling and walking vacations that take you all over the world, Xanterra Parks & Resorts' operations encompass some of the most spectacular and iconic places on Earth. We are renowned for "legendary hospitality with a softer footprint", and we take pride in combining these dramatic settings, landmark buildings, and global travel experiences with truly exceptional service. This is a remarkable opportunity in which the candidate is responsible to assist in providing excellent culinary experiences in numerous food outlets from fine dining, cafeteria to fast food outlets.  The food and beverage department is based out of Mammoth Hot Springs, Wyoming inside the north entrance of the country’s first National Park. Our operations stretch over 2.2 million acres of breathtaking scenery, amidst steam, geysers, trout streams, magnificent wildlife and more. Responsibilities1. Perform all duties with the goal of providing excellent guest service in an efficient manner. 2. Recruit, hire, train, mentor and support the Manager of Employee Dining Room Operations and Park Wide Storekeeper Trainer toward providing optimum support for park wide operations. 3. Recruit, train, mentor, support, and motivate Ala Carte Restaurant Chefs, Sous Chefs and culinary staff as directed by the Executive chef. 4. Participate, in conjunction with the F&B Director and Executive Chef, in menu development for the operations supported. 5. Provide required support to successfully implement and maintain menu concepts for operations supported. Including the development of specs, FoodTrak recipes, product selection, miscellaneous notes, equipment selection, facility design, staffing and the creation of manuals, par sheets and training materials/programs to support these functions. Respond to and document needed operational changes that will positively affect guest service. 6. Develop annual Food in Process Excel spreadsheets for your operations. Train management teams in the inventory process. Perform at least one inventory in each of your operations to ensure proper procedures are being utilized. Check monthly inventories for mistakes and make adjustments in the park wide inventory database. 7. Develop and implement systems toward better achieving operational and financial goals, including involvement with remodels of food service facilities.8. Assist with development and implementation of the two-week management training program each spring. 10. Work with Executive Chef and Public Health Officer to maximize safety and sanitation systems. 11. Assist with development and implementation of F&B Food Safety SOP’s on an annual basis. 12. Advise the Director and Executive Chef on kitchen FF&E replacement and capital planning following Xanterra’s environmentally preferable procurement guidelines. 13. Assist in the production of parkwide banquets and catered functions to positively affect their delivery. 14. Further develop, update, implement and assist in the presentation of the ServeSafe sanitation program and workshops for all required positions. 15. Communicate with Food and Beverage Managers, Restaurant Chefs and Location Managers to address food quality, guest service, staffing, standard adherence, facility sanitation and other pertinent issues. 16. Direct activities of Yellowstone National Park Lodges Apprentice program in conjunction with the Executive Chef. Works with Department of Labor and American Culinary Federation to maintain accreditations. Administer and teach ACF Apprenticeship classes as assigned by the Executive Chef. 17. May serve on park wide committee i.e. Chemical Management Committee or Park Wide Safety Committee 18. Follow Company and departmental environmental practices to minimize wasted energy and resources. 19. Follow Company and departmental safety practices to minimize risk to self and others. 20. Follow Company and departmental policies and procedures. 21. While all essential functions and duties cannot be possibly listed on a job description, each employee is expected to be flexible and accept additional and/or different duties as assigned at any time as directed by management. Duties listed above are not restricted to the only duties expected to be performed. Qualifications

Automated Data Processing Equipment Operator II (3rd Shift) at Texas Legislative Council

Fri, 01/26/2018 - 3:45pm
Employer: Texas Legislative Council Expires: 02/20/2018 We do not accept applications on the Handshake website. To be considered, one must submit their State of Texas application. The application can be found on our website: www.tlc.texas.gov/employment. Please use Word or PDF format.***THIRD SHIFT; THURSDAY - MONDAY, 11 PM - 7:30 AM GENERAL DESCRIPTION Performs operational tasks on SAN, LAN, and WAN computer equipment. Selects procedures independently to respond to SAN, LAN, and WAN system interventions and failures. Works independently with minimal supervision and completes job assignments in a timely manner.     PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Performs operational tasks on SAN, LAN, and WAN network equipment. Completes assigned tasks in specialized daily work area.     Analyzes various system activities to detect inefficient performance and initiates corrective action to improve performance. Consults with departmental staff to stay current on system upgrades and equipment changes. Conducts SAN, LAN, and WAN daily, weekly, and monthly backups. Initializes and re-initializes SAN, LAN, and WAN servers.             Communicates with programmers and systems, SAN, LAN, and WAN personnel and helps them to find a corrective measure for a failed job. Composes new operating techniques and updates current procedures. Manages help desk calls, provides assistance to clients, and directs calls to the appropriate person to assist clients. Schedules and directs meetings, assigns tasks, and coordinates ongoing projects as needed. Informs supervisor or senior operator of failures. Complies with standards for security, data protection, fire prevention, and related matters.   QUALIFICATIONS   Experience and Education High school diploma or equivalent, supplemented by training or one to two years experience in ADP equipment operations. Postsecondary education or equivalent experience in the operation of ADP systems, including LAN servers and data communications networks, necessary. Experience and education may be substituted for one another.             Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Knowledge of information systems fundamentals. Knowledge of electrical and electronic safety procedures. Strong knowledge in Windows desktop and server operating systems and applications. Skill in operation and use of SAN, LAN, and WAN systems. Skill in troubleshooting, diagnosing, and analyzing computer and network problems. Ability to learn, understand, and apply increasingly complex operational procedures. Ability to deal effectively with others, to assist in developing methods and procedures, and to do detailed work rapidly and accurately. Ability to make accurate visual checks and work in a noisy environment with occasional long periods of unrelieved work in temperature-controlled rooms. Ability to maintain confidentiality of material and information. Ability to work flexible hours, including weekends and holidays. Ability to work overtime. Ability to maintain regular attendance and punctuality. Ability to work as a member of a team.   Application Requirements To be considered, an applicant must submit a State of Texas Application for Employment (available on the council's website: http://www.tlc.texas.gov/employment).

Aspiring Teacher? Join the Summit Learning Teacher Residency (July Start) at Summit Public Schools

Fri, 01/26/2018 - 10:26am
Employer: Summit Public Schools Expires: 02/24/2018 Program OverviewThe Summit Learning Teacher Residency is a one-year program based in the San Francisco Bay Area, during which you are immersed in Summit classrooms while also completing credentialing coursework leading to a California Single Subject Preliminary Teaching Credential and a Master’s of Arts in Teaching.  The residency program is operated in partnership with Alder Graduate School of Education and the University of the Pacific. We are currently recruiting for the 2018-2019 cohort with the position to begin in July.How does it work?The teacher residency program uses a gradual release of responsibility approach, as teacher residents are immersed in Summit Learning school site throughout the Bay Area for four days, working up to independently teaching one class section for the second semester. Residents’ learning experiences and coursework mirror Summit’s personalized learning approach; residents engage in a project-based curriculum that is competency-based, self-directed, and student-centered.Teacher Residents will learn to:Engage students in deeper learning projects where they develop skills, apply content knowledge, and integrate the disciplines in authentic performances tasks,Empower students as self-directed learners, helping them develop the habits and skills that lead to academic, professional, and personal success,Nurture communities of learners by building meaningful relationships that allow students to grow and thrive, andConnect their instructional decisions and students actions to students’ long-term goals and aspirations!Eligibility:We are looking for Teacher Residents who:Believe that all students can be successfulAre interested in teaching as a professionWant to build meaningful relationships with studentsBelieve that every student needs a personalized pathway towards the life they want to leadTo be eligible for the teacher residency, you must:Possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or universityPass the Basic Skills Requirement and the Subject Matter Requirement With support, pursue a California Single-Subject Credential in English, History, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Spanish and a Masters of Art in TeachingWhy join SLTR?The Summit Learning Teacher Residency offers:A comprehensive program that deeply integrates the credentialing coursework with the clinical experience,A student teaching placement that is deeply integrated in a Summit Learning school site in the Bay Area, CA for four full day each week for the length of the academic year,Learning experiences that allow residents to experience personalized learning themselves as students,A California Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential in English, History/Social Science, Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, or Spanish and a Masters of Arts in TeachingDaily coaching and support from a Cooperating Teacher, and regular coaching and support from a Mentor (a full-time Summit Learning Teacher Residency faculty member),The opportunity to experience and collaborate with a diverse cohort of Teacher Residents, andPriority hiring for full-time teaching positions at Summit school sites in the year following the residency.

Safety and Risk Manager at Orange Water and Sewer Authority

Fri, 01/26/2018 - 9:56am
Employer: Orange Water and Sewer Authority Expires: 02/24/2018 The Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA), a progressive water utility providing water, wastewater and reclaimed water services to the Towns of Chapel Hill, Carrboro and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is seeking a detail oriented and motivated individual to fill the position of Safety and Risk Manager.   The Safety and Risk Manager is responsible for the overall management, compliance and administration of OWASA’s safety and risk management programs. This individual will provide leadership and accountability throughout the organization that safety is our foremost priority. Duties include conducting risk assessments and physical job site audits as well as preparing mitigation techniques for facilities, locations and job sites. Individual will conduct and review investigation of personal and vehicle accidents. Manage compliance of worker’s compensation, physical examinations, drug and alcohol testing, hearing conservation and inoculation programs.   Position will prepare, audit and update safety policies and manuals to include OSHA, DOT and other compliance regulations. Prepares safety performance reports for the Board of Directors and Staff. The selected individual will plan, coordinate and/or conduct safety training sessions for employees to include Confined Spaces/Air Monitoring, Lock Out Tag Out/Arc Flash, Excavation, Traffic Control, Laboratory Safety, Respiratory Protection, Chemical Spill Response, etc. Position occasionally requires exerting 20 – 50 pounds and walking or standing to a significant degree. Requires broad knowledge and three to five years of experience in Safety and Risk Management profession. Relevant Bachelor’s degree and a valid North Carolina Driver’s License required.   OWASA is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to continuous improvement, sustainability, creativity, diversity and inclusion.   Salary: $58,417 - $89,961 Closing date is February 23, 2018.

Temporary Subaward Specialist at UNC Chapel Hill at UNC-CH University Temporary Services

Thu, 01/25/2018 - 4:12pm
Employer: UNC-CH University Temporary Services Expires: 02/23/2018 This position works with staff, principal investigators/department administrators and legal, to negotiate or assist in the negotiation of agreements with other higher-education institutions, non-profit organizations and on occasion, industry sponsors, and drafts technical contract language covering such issues as intellectual property rights, cost-sharing, fiscal and procedural constraints and other similar matters. The Subaward Specialist works independently to conduct subaward risk assessments and works with departments and faculty to prepare and issue all UNC Chapel Hill subaward agreements and amendments to these agreements, reviews subrecipient statements of work, budgets, budget justifications, indirect cost rates, fringe benefit rates, certifications and representations, conflicts of interest policy implications, human and animal subjects, and other compliance considerations. He or she will ensure accuracy and compliance with the prime award terms and conditions, with UNC Chapel Hill policies and procedures, and federal regulations.

Web Architect / Developer: All Experience Levels (No Clearance Required to Apply) at Cipher Tech Solutions

Thu, 01/25/2018 - 3:59pm
Employer: Cipher Tech Solutions Expires: 02/27/2018 *************************************************************************************************************************Note: You  MUST apply directly to our web site via the link below in order to be considered for this position. We will not review applications submitted via Handshake. Please apply directly to our web site via this link: https://ciphertechsolutions.applicantpro.com/jobs/679378-239719.html DescriptionProvide support in the form of web page development and SQL-based query construction. Developer will need to be able to quickly understand and transition between discrete elements of a larger project, based on tasking assigned by the development lead. Developer will also need to be able to quickly isolate and address any issues encountered by users in the course of their use of the system, providing clear, concise documentation of both problem and solution. Developer will work primarily in PHP and JavaScript, though familiarity with HTML, CSS, and PL/SQL will be helpful.LocationLinthicum, MD Requirements:Must be a US Citizen (no exceptions)Must have a Bachelor or Master's degree in Computer Science or Electrical/Computer EngineeringMinimum graduating GPA 3.25Able to quickly adapt to new situations and problemsAble to operate in a mission-critical and time-sensitive environmentsStrong working knowledge of PHP, JavaScript, CSS and HTMLBasic understanding of SQL-based database engines (primarily Oracle)Basic level of familiarity with Unix/Linux command-line interfaceAbility to work successfully and effectively within group environments and functional teamsFamiliarity with maintainable software processes including software documentation, source code versioning, and unit testing Education Requirements:Entry Level:Relevant Bachelor's Degree, no experience necessary  Mid Level:Relevant Bachelor's Degree plus minimum 5 years experience ORRelevant Master's Degree plus minimum 3 years experienceSenior Level:Relevant Bachelor's Degree plus minimum 10 years experience ORRelevant Master's Degree plus minimum 8 years experienceDesirableKnowledge of various PHP and JavaScript frameworks and libraries (e.g. jQuery)Experience with other programming / scripting languages (Python, Ruby, C, etc.)Basic familiarity with coding large SQL-based databasesKnowledge of Macintosh (Mac OS X) softwareExperience in using PHP's "PHP Data Object" (PDO) library to execute SQL queriesBasic knowledge of system architecture may be helpfulBasic knowledge of the Department of Defense and Air Force Policies (especially the Security and Technical Implementation Guidelines, or STIGs) a plusAbout UsAt Cipher Tech Solutions, Inc. (Cipher Tech), we take great pride in supporting some of the highest priority work in the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community. Cipher Tech has delivered numerous web-based solutions tailored specifically to the needs of our customers, providing them with the support they need to perform their tasks more efficiently and with higher quality.As a developer with Cipher Tech, you will be given the opportunity to work on some of the most pressing problems faced by the Intelligence Community, developing high quality solutions to address mission-critical needs, and interacting directly with the user community to ensure the highest possible level of support.Important:Be aware that you are applying for a job that requires a U.S. Government Security Clearance.The U.S. government will not issue security clearances to recent users of illegal drugs. On your application to us, you must acknowledge that you have not engaged in any illegal drug use within the past twelve months (illegal drug use includes, but is not limited to, the use of illegal substances, the misuse of prescriptions, the misuse of over-the-counter substances, and the use of medical or recreational marijuana that may be deemed legal at the state level but is still considered illegal by the federal government). NOTE: CIPHER TECH WILL NOT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANY QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WITH A DISABILITY, INCLUDING ILLEGAL DRUG USERS WHO HAVE RECENTLY SOUGHT PROFESSIONAL TREATMENT FOR A DRUG PROBLEM.

Reverse Engineer / Malware Analyst: All Experience Levels (No Clearance Required to Apply) at Cipher Tech Solutions

Thu, 01/25/2018 - 3:47pm
Employer: Cipher Tech Solutions Expires: 02/27/2018 ************************************************************************************************************************* Note: You MUST apply directly to our web site via the link below in order to be considered for this position. We will not review applications submitted via Handshake. Please apply directly via our web site using this link:  https://ciphertechsolutions.applicantpro.com/jobs/679371-239719.html DescriptionThe candidate will be primarily focused on conducting Malware Analysis/Reverse Engineering activities using a combination of static and dynamic tools. The purpose of the analysis is to identify indicators and functionality for the purposes of generating analytic reports. RequirementsMust be a US Citizen (No Exceptions)Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering, Math or relatedAdvanced Experience in computer engineering or a related field with in-depth knowledge of software reverse engineering and/or software development.Experience with x86 and x64 Assembly, C, and C++Experience using static analysis tools such as IDA Pro and dynamic analysis tools including debuggers.Proficiency in Windows OS Internals and API's.Excellent customer service and communication skills as well as the ability to prioritize and meet deadlines.Strong leadership interpersonal and verbal/written communications skills that enable the ability to work effectively in a collaborative team environment. DesirableProficiency in development for IDA ProExperience in mobile development (Android, iOS)Experience with Linux and Mac Operating SystemsAbout UsAt Cipher Tech Solutions, Inc. (Cipher Tech), we take great pride in supporting some of the most mission critical work in the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community. The majority of our company is comprised of extremely talented software developers who write production tools which directly support one of two missions: digital forensics and malware reverse engineering.Digital forensics is the practice of extracting and processing evidence from computers, phones, tablets, cameras, flash-drives, and just about any other form of digital media. The results of our work are then used to support federal and military law enforcement, counter intelligence, and counter terrorist activities.Malware reverse engineering is the practice of analyzing extremely advanced malicious code. The goal of a reverse engineer is to understand how the malicious code works and determine facts such as:How did it infect the victim's computerWhat kind of information it is seeking to stealHow is it communicating with the author (actor)Who that actor might beImportant:Be aware that you are applying for a job that requires a U.S. Government Security Clearance.The U.S. government will not issue security clearances to recent users of illegal drugs. On your application to us, you must acknowledge that you have not engaged in any illegal drug use within the past twelve months (illegal drug use includes, but is not limited to, the use of illegal substances, the misuse of prescriptions, the misuse of over-the-counter substances, and the use of medical or recreational marijuana that may be deemed legal at the state level but is still considered illegal by the federal government). NOTE: CIPHER TECH WILL NOT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANY QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WITH A DISABILITY, INCLUDING ILLEGAL DRUG USERS WHO HAVE RECENTLY SOUGHT PROFESSIONAL TREATMENT FOR A DRUG PROBLEM.

Forensic Software Developer: All Experience Levels (No Clearance Required to Apply) at Cipher Tech Solutions

Thu, 01/25/2018 - 3:00pm
Employer: Cipher Tech Solutions Expires: 02/27/2018 *************************************************************************************************************************Note:You MUST apply directly to our web site via the link below in order to be considered for this position. We will not review applications submitted via Handshake. Please apply directly to our website using the following link: https://ciphertechsolutions.applicantpro.com/jobs/679361-239719.html  Description:Provide support in the form of application development, scripting, debugging, and value-added software development expertise to a digital forensic lab and malware reverse engineering section. Maintain existing software and develop new software to customer specifications. Developers work with a variety of technologies including .NET (typically C#), Python, & SQL. Location:Linthicum, MD (Baltimore/Washington Area)Requirements:Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Electrical Computer EngineeringMust be a US Citizen (no exceptions)  Minimum graduating GPA 3.25Key qualities: Self-motivated, Detail-oriented, Strong work ethicFamiliarity with high and low level programming languagesCapable of debugging software applicationsAble to gather testable software requirementsAble to participate in the design of new software applicationsFamiliarity with maintainable software processes including:Software documentationSource code versioningUnit testingAble to quickly adapt to new situations and problemsAble to operate in a mission-critical and time-sensitive environmentsEducation Requirements:Entry Level:Relevant Bachelor's Degree,with some programming experience outside of the classroomNo experience necessary  Mid Level:Relevant Bachelor's Degree plus minimum 5 years experience ORRelevant Master's Degree plus minimum 3 years experienceSenior Level:Relevant Bachelor's Degree plus minimum 10 years experience ORRelevant Master's Degree plus minimum 8 years experienceDesirable:Familiarity with assembly languagesFamiliarity with digital forensicsFamiliarity with hex editors and working at the byte-levelFamiliarity with the Windows APIFamiliarity with IDA Pro For entry-level candidates: Programming experience outside of a classroom, such as an internships, clubs, contributions to open source projects or other side projectsImportant:Be aware that you are applying for a job that requires a U.S. Government Security Clearance.The U.S. government will not issue security clearances to recent users of illegal drugs. On your application to us, you must acknowledge that you have not engaged in any illegal drug use within the past twelve months (illegal drug use includes, but is not limited to, the use of illegal substances, the misuse of prescriptions, the misuse of over-the-counter substances, and the use of medical or recreational marijuana that may be deemed legal at the state level but is still considered illegal by the federal government). NOTE: CIPHER TECH WILL NOT DISCRIMIATE AGAINST ANY QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WITH A DISABILITY, INCLUDING ILLEGAL DRUG USERS WHO HAVE RECENTLY SOUGHT PROFESSIONAL TREATMENT FOR A DRUG PROBLEM.

Underdog Productions Director of Promotions - Programming Supervisor at UNC Asheville - Highsmith Student Union

Thu, 01/25/2018 - 12:52pm
Employer: UNC Asheville - Highsmith Student Union Expires: 02/22/2018 Job Classification:  Programming Supervisor – Underdog Productions Director of Promotions Reports to:  Assistant Director of Evening & Weekend Programs Revision Date:  01/16/2018   Highsmith Student Union Overview: Highsmith Student Union is more than just a building. The mission of Highsmith Student Union is to provide a dynamic and inclusive experience where quality facilities and services meet engaging programs and activities centered around helping students excel well beyond graduation.   Underdog Productions Overview: Underdog Productions (UP) is UNC Asheville’s student-led and student-funded premiere programming board. Through its four committees (Acts & Performances; CraftWorks; Movies & Films; and Promotions), UP plans fun and meaningful events ranging from open mic nights and movie screenings to stand-up comedians and special guest speakers. UP is always looking for new members and ideas to help reach more students and interests. Previous involvement (being a member of the organization, attending programs, etc.) with Underdog Productions is not a requirement to be on the executive team! Job Summary: The Director of Promotions coordinates the promotion of Underdog Productions in a myriad of ways, including but not limited to chalking about events, developing creative marketing solutions for events, developing and improving social media accounts, and more.   A.   Director of Promotions Responsibilities 1.     Maintain an active and engaging virtual presence on FB, IG, Twitter, and Snapchat that aligns with UP’s branding, including developing a social media calendar to detail how each platform will be utilized 2.     Oversee the development, implementation, and analysis of event evaluations to understand UP’s impact on the campus, what UP is doing well, and areas where UP can improve 3.     Coordinate UP’s campus promotions, which includes but is not limited to chalking, utilizing Bulldog Broadcast and napkin holders, and coordinating tabling handouts 4.     Plan a kick-off event for the beginning of each semester to raise awareness of UP and support recruitment/retention efforts in collaboration with the Vice Presidents 5.     Develop creative marketing solutions for a minimum of 3 UP programs each semester 6.     Develop and maintain a working relationship with the Highsmith Student Union Marketing Team 7.     Develop a photo library for all events and committees 8.     Design and prepare a promotional material order, with 2-3 quotes to show best cost options, for the following academic semester or year B.     Programming Supervisor Responsibilities 1.               Maintain professionalism, be team-oriented, and uphold standards/expectations 2.               Responsible for strategically aligning programs with Highsmith Student Union goals 3.               Maintain fiscally responsible and accountable practices in utilizing the student activity fee allocation, including but not limited to utilizing best practices, understanding the wants and needs of the student population, and keeping up-to-date on popular entertainment and activities through the National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) 4.               Attend all required Highsmith trainings and meetings, including DEEP requirements 5.               Engage in regular evaluation and assessment of individual and committee work with support of supervisor 6.               Utilize UNCA Now by posting events with descriptions and NowPoints, checking in all student attendees at all meetings and events through the app, and more 7.               May be required to drive University Vehicles to conduct University Business on behalf of Highsmith Student Union 8.               Other duties as assigned   C.   Position Requirements 1.               Cumulative 2.5 GPA 2.               Knowledge of Highsmith Student Union policies and procedures       3.               Effective verbal and written communication skills 4.               Demonstrates initiative 5.               Ability to work in a team environment 6.               General knowledge of Highsmith Student Union and UNC Asheville   D.   Opportunities for Skill Development on the Job   Common Outcomes 1.               Professionalism 2.               Communication 3.               Critical Thinking 4.               Problem Solving   Job Specific Outcomes 1.     Articulate their leadership development and transferable skills post-graduation 2.     Increase their co-curricular learning and skill development 3.     Learn, understand, and demonstrate an understanding of Consciousness of Self 4.     Demonstrate the qualities, aims, and conduct of professionals, specifically in the realms of professionalism, communication, critical thinking, and problem solving 5.     Develop an understanding of how to create safe and inclusive spaces and programming 6.     Assist their peers in increasing their sense of belonging at UNC Asheville 

Underdog Productions Director of Movies & Films - Programming Supervisor at UNC Asheville - Highsmith Student Union

Thu, 01/25/2018 - 12:49pm
Employer: UNC Asheville - Highsmith Student Union Expires: 02/22/2018 Job Classification:  Programming Supervisor – Underdog Productions Director of Movies & Films Reports to:  Assistant Director of Evening & Weekend Programs Revision Date:  01/16/2018   Highsmith Student Union Overview: Highsmith Student Union is more than just a building. The mission of Highsmith Student Union is to provide a dynamic and inclusive experience where quality facilities and services meet engaging programs and activities centered around helping students excel well beyond graduation.   Underdog Productions Overview: Underdog Productions (UP) is UNC Asheville’s student-led and student-funded premiere programming board. Through its four committees (Acts & Performances; CraftWorks; Movies & Films; and Promotions), UP plans fun and meaningful events ranging from open mic nights and movie screenings to stand-up comedians and special guest speakers. UP is always looking for new members and ideas to help reach more students and interests. Previous involvement with Underdog Productions is not a requirement to be on the executive team! Job Summary: The Director of Movies & Films leads the Movies & Films Committee in implementing biweekly movie screenings and larger film events for the campus community.   A.   Director of Movies & Films Responsibilities 1.               Develop and provide leadership for the Movies & Films Committee 2.               Lead the planning, ordering, and staffing of the biweekly UP movie schedule 3.               Plan and implement one event each semester that goes above-and-beyond a movie screening, such as a Lock In or Off-Campus Movie Premiere 4.               Coordinate one Movie on the Quad event each semester 5.               Collaborate with Campus Rec to implement one Dive In movie each semester 6.               Develop relationships with any organizations or departments focusing on similar areas of interest; this includes but is not limited to the Cult Classic Club, Anime Club, etc. B.     Programming Supervisor Responsibilities 1.               Maintain professionalism, be team-oriented, and uphold standards/expectations 2.               Responsible for strategically aligning programs with Highsmith Student Union goals 3.               Maintain fiscally responsible and accountable practices in utilizing the student activity fee allocation, including but not limited to utilizing best practices, understanding the wants and needs of the student population, and keeping up-to-date on popular entertainment and activities through the National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) 4.               Attend all required Highsmith trainings and meetings, including DEEP requirements 5.               Engage in regular evaluation and assessment of individual and committee work with support of supervisor 6.               Utilize UNCA Now by posting events with descriptions and NowPoints, checking in all student attendees at all meetings and events through the app, and more 7.               May be required to drive University Vehicles to conduct University Business on behalf of Highsmith Student Union 8.               Other duties as assigned   C.   Position Requirements 1.               Cumulative 2.5 GPA 2.               Knowledge of Highsmith Student Union policies and procedures       3.               Effective verbal and written communication skills 4.               Demonstrates initiative 5.               Ability to work in a team environment 6.               General knowledge of Highsmith Student Union and UNC Asheville   D.   Opportunities for Skill Development on the Job   Common Outcomes 1.               Professionalism 2.               Communication 3.               Critical Thinking 4.               Problem Solving   Job Specific Outcomes 1.     Articulate their leadership development and transferable skills post-graduation 2.     Increase their co-curricular learning and skill development 3.     Learn, understand, and demonstrate an understanding of Consciousness of Self 4.     Demonstrate the qualities, aims, and conduct of professionals, specifically in the realms of professionalism, communication, critical thinking, and problem solving 5.     Develop an understanding of how to create safe and inclusive spaces and programming 6.     Assist their peers in increasing their sense of belonging at UNC Asheville 

Underdog Productions Director of Acts & Performances - Programming Supervisor at UNC Asheville - Highsmith Student Union

Thu, 01/25/2018 - 12:47pm
Employer: UNC Asheville - Highsmith Student Union Expires: 02/22/2018 Job Classification:  Programming Supervisor – Underdog Productions Director of Acts & Performances Reports to:  Assistant Director of Evening & Weekend Programs Revision Date:  01/16/2018   Highsmith Student Union Overview: Highsmith Student Union is more than just a building. The mission of Highsmith Student Union is to provide a dynamic and inclusive experience where quality facilities and services meet engaging programs and activities centered around helping students excel well beyond graduation.   Underdog Productions Overview: Underdog Productions (UP) is UNC Asheville’s student-led and student-funded premiere programming board. Through its four committees (Acts & Performances; CraftWorks; Movies & Films; and Promotions), UP plans fun and meaningful events ranging from open mic nights and movie screenings to stand-up comedians and special guest speakers. UP is always looking for new members and ideas to help reach more students and interests. Previous involvement (being a member of the organization, attending programs, etc.) with Underdog Productions is not a requirement to be on the executive team! Job Summary: The Director of Acts & Performances leads the Acts & Performances Committee in developing and implementing live entertainment events, which include performers, speakers, etc.   A.   Director of Acts & Performances Responsibilities 1.               Develop and provide leadership to the Acts & Performances Committee 2.               Lead the planning and implementation of all performance events 3.               Coordinate October/March Live @ Lunch events with the Music Department 4.               Plan and implement monthly Open Mic Night events that culminates in UNCA’s Got Talent in April 5.               Plan and coordinate 1-2 events each semester that bring in a comedian, band, etc. 6.               Develop relationships with any organizations or departments focusing on similar areas of performance, music, etc.; this includes but is not limited to Blue Echo, Hip-Hop Club, etc. B.     Programming Supervisor Responsibilities 1.               Maintain professionalism, be team-oriented, and uphold standards/expectations 2.               Responsible for strategically aligning programs with Highsmith Student Union goals 3.               Maintain fiscally responsible and accountable practices in utilizing the student activity fee allocation, including but not limited to utilizing best practices, understanding the wants and needs of the student population, and keeping up-to-date on popular entertainment and activities through the National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) 4.               Attend all required Highsmith trainings and meetings, including DEEP requirements 5.               Engage in regular evaluation and assessment of individual and committee work with support of supervisor 6.               Utilize UNCA Now by posting events with descriptions and NowPoints, checking in all student attendees at all meetings and events through the app, and more 7.               May be required to drive University Vehicles to conduct University Business on behalf of Highsmith Student Union 8.               Other duties as assigned   C.   Position Requirements 1.               Cumulative 2.5 GPA 2.               Knowledge of Highsmith Student Union policies and procedures       3.               Effective verbal and written communication skills 4.               Demonstrates initiative 5.               Ability to work in a team environment 6.               General knowledge of Highsmith Student Union and UNC Asheville   D.   Opportunities for Skill Development on the Job   Common Outcomes 1.               Professionalism 2.               Communication 3.               Critical Thinking 4.               Problem Solving   Job Specific Outcomes 1.     Articulate their leadership development and transferable skills post-graduation 2.     Increase their co-curricular learning and skill development 3.     Learn, understand, and demonstrate an understanding of Consciousness of Self 4.     Demonstrate the qualities, aims, and conduct of professionals, specifically in the realms of professionalism, communication, critical thinking, and problem solving 5.     Develop an understanding of how to create safe and inclusive spaces and programming 6.     Assist their peers in increasing their sense of belonging at UNC Asheville

Underdog Productions Director of CraftWorks - Programming Supervisor at UNC Asheville - Highsmith Student Union

Thu, 01/25/2018 - 12:45pm
Employer: UNC Asheville - Highsmith Student Union Expires: 02/22/2018 Job Classification:  Programming Supervisor – Underdog Productions Director of CraftWorks Reports to:  Assistant Director of Evening & Weekend Programs Revision Date:  01/16/2018   Highsmith Student Union Overview: Highsmith Student Union is more than just a building. The mission of Highsmith Student Union is to provide a dynamic and inclusive experience where quality facilities and services meet engaging programs and activities centered around helping students excel well beyond graduation.   Underdog Productions Overview: Underdog Productions (UP) is UNC Asheville’s student-led and student-funded premiere programming board. Through its four committees (Acts & Performances; CraftWorks; Movies & Films; and Promotions), UP plans fun and meaningful events ranging from open mic nights and movie screenings to stand-up comedians and special guest speakers. UP is always looking for new members and ideas to help reach more students and interests. Previous involvement (being a member of the organization, attending programs, etc.) with Underdog Productions is not a requirement to be on the executive team! Job Summary: The Director of CraftWorks leads the CraftWorks Committee in implementing DIY/craft-focused and wellness events for the campus community.   A.   Director of CraftWorks Responsibilities 1.     Develop and provide leadership for the CraftWorks Committee 2.     Lead the planning and implementation of all CraftWorks events, which include craft-focused events as well as wellness-focused events 3.     Implement a semester-long competition for the campus community each semester, such as monthly trivia nights or a craft/art-related contest 4.     Collaborate with Campus Recreation on Reading Relaxation Day each semester 5.     Support programmatic initiatives as directed by advisor/supervisor, including but not limited to Homecoming and Winter Carnival 6.     Develop relationships with any organizations or departments focusing on similar areas of performance, music, etc.; this includes but is not limited to Art Front UNCA, New Media Arts Council, Art Department, etc. B.     Programming Supervisor Responsibilities 1.               Maintain professionalism, be team-oriented, and uphold standards/expectations 2.               Responsible for strategically aligning programs with Highsmith Student Union goals 3.               Maintain fiscally responsible and accountable practices in utilizing the student activity fee allocation, including but not limited to utilizing best practices, understanding the wants and needs of the student population, and keeping up-to-date on popular entertainment and activities through the National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) 4.               Attend all required Highsmith trainings and meetings, including DEEP requirements 5.               Engage in regular evaluation and assessment of individual and committee work with support of supervisor 6.               Utilize UNCA Now by posting events with descriptions and NowPoints, checking in all student attendees at all meetings and events through the app, and more 7.               May be required to drive University Vehicles to conduct University Business on behalf of Highsmith Student Union 8.               Other duties as assigned   C.   Position Requirements 1.               Cumulative 2.5 GPA 2.               Knowledge of Highsmith Student Union policies and procedures       3.               Effective verbal and written communication skills 4.               Demonstrates initiative 5.               Ability to work in a team environment 6.               General knowledge of Highsmith Student Union and UNC Asheville   D.   Opportunities for Skill Development on the Job   Common Outcomes 1.               Professionalism 2.               Communication 3.               Critical Thinking 4.               Problem Solving   Job Specific Outcomes 1.     Articulate their leadership development and transferable skills post-graduation 2.     Increase their co-curricular learning and skill development 3.     Learn, understand, and demonstrate an understanding of Consciousness of Self 4.     Demonstrate the qualities, aims, and conduct of professionals, specifically in the realms of professionalism, communication, critical thinking, and problem solving 5.     Develop an understanding of how to create safe and inclusive spaces and programming 6.     Assist their peers in increasing their sense of belonging at UNC Asheville

Underdog Productions Vice President of External Affairs - Programming Supervisor at UNC Asheville - Highsmith Student Union

Thu, 01/25/2018 - 12:43pm
Employer: UNC Asheville - Highsmith Student Union Expires: 02/22/2018 Job Classification:  Programming Supervisor – Underdog Productions Vice President of External Affairs Reports to:  Assistant Director of Evening & Weekend Programs Revision Date:  01/16/2018   Highsmith Student Union Overview: Highsmith Student Union is more than just a building. The mission of Highsmith Student Union is to provide a dynamic and inclusive experience where quality facilities and services meet engaging programs and activities centered around helping students excel well beyond graduation.   Underdog Productions Overview: Underdog Productions (UP) is UNC Asheville’s student-led and student-funded premiere programming board. Through its four committees (Acts & Performances; CraftWorks; Movies & Films; and Promotions), UP plans fun and meaningful events ranging from open mic nights and movie screenings to stand-up comedians and special guest speakers. UP is always looking for new members and ideas to help reach more students and interests. Previous involvement (being a member of the organization, attending programs, etc.) with Underdog Productions is not a requirement to be on the executive team! Job Summary: The Vice President for External Affairs is responsible for developing relationships with student organizations and departments, with the goal of increasing collaboration opportunities, as well as implementing programming for off-campus students. The VP of External Affairs works in tandem with the VP of Internal Affairs on diversity efforts for the organization, working to ensure the entire organization works towards improving diversity and inclusion initiatives/efforts, with the support of the supervisor.   A.   Vice President of External Affairs Responsibilities 1.               Coordinate appropriate resources and staffing for off-campus & commuter programs – at a minimum, monthly Bulldogs & Bites, semesterly house calls, and an annual Off-Campus Student Appreciation Week 2.               Ensure UP demonstrates an understanding and commitment to programming for underrepresented populations throughout the year, which includes but is not limited to: a.         Developing relationships with key student organizations, campus departments, affinity groups, and community partners b.         Developing a comprehensive overview of programming on campus related to diversity, such as MLK Week, Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Pride Month, National Hispanic Heritage Month, etc. c.         Coordinating programming by UP execs to support campus efforts 3.               Serve as the point person for collaboration opportunities and relationships 4.               Implement timely programming related to monthly themes (i.e. Black History Month) and hot button topics, which includes one panel event each semester 5.               Support programmatic initiatives as directed by advisor/supervisor, including but not limited to Homecoming and Winter Carnival   B.     Programming Supervisor Responsibilities 1.               Maintain professionalism, be team-oriented, and uphold standards/expectations 2.               Responsible for strategically aligning programs with Highsmith Student Union goals 3.               Maintain fiscally responsible and accountable practices in utilizing the student activity fee allocation, including but not limited to utilizing best practices, understanding the wants and needs of the student population, and keeping up-to-date on popular entertainment and activities through the National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) 4.               Attend all required Highsmith trainings and meetings, including DEEP requirements 5.               Engage in regular evaluation and assessment of individual and committee work with support of supervisor 6.               Utilize UNCA Now by posting events with descriptions and NowPoints, checking in all student attendees at all meetings and events through the app, and more 7.               May be required to drive University Vehicles to conduct University Business on behalf of Highsmith Student Union 8.               Other duties as assigned   C.   Position Requirements 1.               Cumulative 2.5 GPA 2.               Knowledge of Highsmith Student Union policies and procedures       3.               Effective verbal and written communication skills 4.               Demonstrates initiative 5.               Ability to work in a team environment 6.               General knowledge of Highsmith Student Union and UNC Asheville   D.   Opportunities for Skill Development on the Job   Common Outcomes 1.               Professionalism 2.               Communication 3.               Critical Thinking 4.               Problem Solving   Job Specific Outcomes 1.     Articulate their leadership development and transferable skills post-graduation 2.     Increase their co-curricular learning and skill development 3.     Learn, understand, and demonstrate an understanding of Consciousness of Self 4.     Demonstrate the qualities, aims, and conduct of professionals, specifically in the realms of professionalism, communication, critical thinking, and problem solving 5.     Develop an understanding of how to create safe and inclusive spaces and programming 6.     Assist their peers in increasing their sense of belonging at UNC Asheville

Underdog Productions Vice President of Internal Affairs - Programming Supervisor at UNC Asheville - Highsmith Student Union

Thu, 01/25/2018 - 12:41pm
Employer: UNC Asheville - Highsmith Student Union Expires: 02/22/2018 Job Classification:  Programming Supervisor – Underdog Productions Vice President of Internal Affairs Reports to:  Assistant Director of Evening & Weekend Programs Revision Date:  01/16/2018   Highsmith Student Union Overview: Highsmith Student Union is more than just a building. The mission of Highsmith Student Union is to provide a dynamic and inclusive experience where quality facilities and services meet engaging programs and activities centered around helping students excel well beyond graduation.   Underdog Productions Overview: Underdog Productions (UP) is UNC Asheville’s student-led and student-funded premiere programming board. Through its four committees (Acts & Performances; CraftWorks; Movies & Films; and Promotions), UP plans fun and meaningful events ranging from open mic nights and movie screenings to stand-up comedians and special guest speakers. UP is always looking for new members and ideas to help reach more students and interests. Previous involvement (being a member of the organization, attending programs, etc.) with Underdog Productions is not a requirement to be on the executive team! Job Summary: The Vice President for Internal Affairs is responsible for coordinating a comprehensive member experience, from recruitment to bonding activities and more. The VP of Internal Affairs works in tandem with the VP of External Affairs on diversity efforts for the organization, working to ensure the entire organization works towards improving diversity and inclusion initiatives/efforts, with the support of the supervisor.   A.   Vice President of Internal Affairs Responsibilities 1.               Plan and oversee a year-round recruitment and retention program that utilizes best practices in an effort to build a diverse, well-balanced, and engaged organization, which includes a formal recruitment schedule at the beginning of each semester 2.               Collaborate with the President to coordinate and implement a biannual members retreat to focus on team building and professional development 3.               Develop and implement minimally biannual social gatherings for members 4.               Direct weekly General Member meetings 5.               Ensure UP demonstrates an understanding and commitment to membership of underrepresented populations throughout the year 6.               Coordinate outreach efforts, which includes but is not limited to: a.         completing reservations for tabling b.         training members on tabling and outreach expectations c.         connecting with the Director of Promotions on promotional material 7.               Support programmatic initiatives as directed by advisor/supervisor, including but not limited to Homecoming and Winter Carnival   B.     Programming Supervisor Responsibilities 1.               Maintain professionalism, be team-oriented, and uphold standards/expectations 2.               Responsible for strategically aligning programs with Highsmith Student Union goals 3.               Maintain fiscally responsible and accountable practices in utilizing the student activity fee allocation, including but not limited to utilizing best practices, understanding the wants and needs of the student population, and keeping up-to-date on popular entertainment and activities through the National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) 4.               Attend all required Highsmith trainings and meetings, including DEEP requirements 5.               Engage in regular evaluation and assessment of individual and committee work with support of supervisor 6.               Utilize UNCA Now by posting events with descriptions and NowPoints, checking in all student attendees at all meetings and events through the app, and more 7.               May be required to drive University Vehicles to conduct University Business on behalf of Highsmith Student Union 8.               Other duties as assigned   C.   Position Requirements 1.               Cumulative 2.5 GPA 2.               Knowledge of Highsmith Student Union policies and procedures       3.               Effective verbal and written communication skills 4.               Demonstrates initiative 5.               Ability to work in a team environment 6.               General knowledge of Highsmith Student Union and UNC Asheville   D.   Opportunities for Skill Development on the Job   Common Outcomes 1.               Professionalism 2.               Communication 3.               Critical Thinking 4.               Problem Solving   Job Specific Outcomes 1.     Articulate their leadership development and transferable skills post-graduation 2.     Increase their co-curricular learning and skill development 3.     Learn, understand, and demonstrate an understanding of Consciousness of Self 4.     Demonstrate the qualities, aims, and conduct of professionals, specifically in the realms of professionalism, communication, critical thinking, and problem solving 5.     Develop an understanding of how to create safe and inclusive spaces and programming 6.     Assist their peers in increasing their sense of belonging at UNC Asheville

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