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  • San Jose, United States Assistant Director, Catering & Events Job at Fairmont San Jose - Association for Conflict Resolution
    the world s busiest hubs and the capital of this high tech mecca is San Jose California Summary of Responsibilities Reporting to the Director Catering Events responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following Consistently offer professional friendly and engaging service Assist Director in managing all activity related to the Catering Conference Services or Events office ensuring all service standards are followed Assist Director in ensuring that Health Safety standards as well as departmental policies and procedures are complied with Assist Director with necessary training for department colleagues coaching and counseling as necessary to provide tools for success Assist Director with organization and supervision of assigned conventions and catering events ensuring that group resumes conference agendas event orders etc are prepared and distributed accurately and efficiently to ensure operational success Assist Director in preparing annual budget for approval Assist Director in developing annual business and marketing plans for the department Assist Director in preparing monthly forecasts and departmental budgets ensuring accuracy and achievement Actively review all JD Power results on a frequent basis communicating results to all colleagues within the department Ensure that successes are built upon and develop action plans when necessary to address any deficiencies Attend lead necessary meetings within hotel that effect are effected by the Catering Conference Services or Events department in absence of Director Conduct any all site inspections as required Handle appropriate file workload setting the example for departmental colleagues Establish and maintain rapport with clients prior to during and post conference exceeding their expectations and encouraging repeat business Drive function space optimization maximization to ensure best utilization of space for guest experience and financial performance of department Play active role in local community through associations memberships and involvement Be an ambassador of the hotel within the local community Additional responsibilities as outlined by Director Requirements Qualifications Previous leadership experience within luxury market and similar role required Computer literate in Microsoft Window applications and relevant computer applications required Micros Opera S C and Meeting Matrix preferred University College degree in a related discipline required Excellent communication skills both written and verbal required Strong leadership excellent interpersonal skills and problem solving abilities Highly responsible reliable and ethical A reputation for honesty and integrity Results oriented and highly motivated self starter Ability to focus attention on guest needs remaining calm and courteous at all times Possess and or obtain CMP CPCE certification within three years Ability to work days nights and weekend when necessary Visa Requirements Must be able to work in the United States APPLY TODAY Whether you re launching your career or seeking meaningful employment we invite you to visit www fairmontcareers com to learn more about Fairmont Hotels Resorts and the extraordinary opportunities that exist ABOUT FAIRMONT HOTELS RESORTS At Fairmont Hotels Resorts we offer our guests the finest hospitality experience in each of our destinations And we know that to offer our guests the best we first need to offer our employees the best That s why

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26750132/Assistant%20Director%2C%20Catering%20%26%20Events/Fairmont%20San%20Jose/?vnet=0&str=26&max=25&sort=pos&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Albany, New York Assistant Director-Training, Recruitment and Retention Job at University at Albany - Association for Conflict Resolution
    and implement workshops that address a variety of diversity related topics Develop a campus wide shared approach to diversity training Support discrimination and sexual harassment training Support search committees on conducting inclusive search processes Identify resources to support diversity related recruiting efforts Consult and coach on diversity Develop support for best practices in recruitment and selection Monitor hiring recommendations for compliance with University recruitment procedures Work with Human Resources to promote inclusive recruitment procedures for faculty and staff Assist search committees in developing recruitment plans interpreting academic hiring procedures and identifying potential candidates for academic positions Assist search committees in identifying and inviting qualified candidates Assist with oversight of recruitment procedures in compliance with EEO AA ADA laws and regulations Review and approve all searches Serve as department liaison with search chairpersons and committee members May occasionally be called upon to assist with complaint investigations and related trainings Other duties as assigned KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES Must have extensive current knowledge of diversity issues in higher education Must understand the principles and practices that relate to equal employment opportunity and affirmative action Must have knowledge of EEO AA ADA laws and regulations Understanding of the principles and practices that relate to conflict resolution and mediation is desired Must have the ability to communicate clearly both orally and in writing with University stakeholders of various levels Must have strong presentation skills Must be competent using Microsoft Office Suite including Word and Excel Must be able to determine what is causing organizational problems and decide how to solve them using active listening and critical thinking skills Must have the ability to evaluate plans policies and procedures and recommend revisions as necessary Must have the ability to think creatively to develop or create novel applications and ideas Must use deductive and inductive reasoning to detect diagnose and solve problems Must have the ability to develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with others and maintain them over time Must have the ability to identify training and educational needs of others and develop appropriate training programs Must maintain high integrity and uphold ethical standards including maintaining confidentiality Experience guiding and directing subordinates is desired Requirements Education Master s degree from an accredited institution of higher education Experience Minimum of 3 years experience conducting trainings at a large complex and dynamic institution of higher education or working with upper levels of management in another type of organization is required Experience in designing and evaluating training programs Demonstrated experience delivering training to various levels of staff Experience serving in a diversity related capacity Experience conducting investigations related to equal opportunity discrimination or related matters Change management skills required Must be knowledgeable of best practices in recruitment and retention Familiarity with EEO and anti discrimination laws Applicants must possess excellent leadership and management skills effective oral communication skills across a variety of constituent groups organizational and analytical capabilities good judgement problem solving ability and experience working with diverse communities required Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite particularly

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26425805/Assistant%20Director%2DTraining%2C%20Recruitment%20and%20Retention/University%20at%20Albany/?vnet=0&str=26&max=25&sort=pos&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Providence, Rhode Island Assistant Manager, Retail Operations (CHEF MANAGER) Job at Brown University - Association for Conflict Resolution
    the absence of Director and other Assistant Manager the Assistant Manager Retail Operations Chef Manager may be responsible for the entire scope of these operations Additional responsibilities to include Ensure that high quality standards of food and service are maintained at all times Establish food quality sanitation and service standards as well as supporting expectations and continually monitor Work collaboratively with Culinary Manager to develop and refine menu offerings concepts and special events Regularly meet with staff to communicate changes reinforce expectations and maintain morale Perform routine audits and share results with staff Lead and direct supervisory union and student staffs Communicate effectively to foster good working relationships among workforces Monitor and control labor hours to adhere to budget Assist in hiring and oversee training Develop training methods to continually improve and refine operational procedures and outcomes Create and maintain a collegial work environment Order food and supplies and oversee related operational aspects Oversee and ensure proper production preparation and service of menu Oversee cash and inventory control track financial performance of units and take steps to ensure positive results Establish and maintain inventory files Stay professionally current attend trade shows seminars and conferences and apply knowledge to operation Achieve and maintain RI Food Safety Managers license Qualifications Associate s degree in HRI or related discipline required Bachelor s degree preferred 3 years experience in food service management with progressively increasing levels of responsibility preferably in a retail dining environment Equivalent combination of education and professional experience would be acceptable Strong customer service orientation Demonstrated effective communication leadership conflict resolution and training skills Ability to prioritize problem solve and work independently Demonstrated ability to adhere to budgetary guidelines Sensitivity to a diverse customer population Experience with electronic POS point of sale systems and cash flow analysis Competency using MS Office suite including Word and Excel Experience with menu and recipe management and or automated time tracking system preferred Culinary knowledge and or experience preferred Ability to work a flexible schedule which may include early mornings evenings and weekends Current driver s license and safe recent driving record RI Food Safety Certification is preferred willingness to obtain within one year of hire required PLEASE NOTE This is a full time 12 months per year salaried position The schedule typically consists of a five day workweek but could be more depending on operational needs As the primary unit of responsibility is open seven days week and late into the evening the schedule for this position typically requires working afternoon and late evening hours and weekends Schedules change during the summer and other break periods as service hours are scaled back To View More Details and To Apply please use the following link to view this position on Brown s Career Site https brown wd5 myworkdayjobs com en US staff careers brown job Vartan Gregorian Quad Assistant Manager Retail Operations REQ121922 Brown University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive academic global community as an EEO AA employer Brown considers applicants for

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26738544/Assistant%20Manager%2C%20Retail%20Operations%20%28CHEF%20MANAGER%29/Brown%20University/?vnet=0&str=26&max=25&sort=pos&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Cheney, Washington Assistant Registrar Job at Eastern Washington University - Association for Conflict Resolution
    University offers a highly competitive compensation package including market based salary and excellent benefits EWU expands opportunities for personal transformation through excellence in learning Conditions of Employment This position during the course of university employment will be involved in the receipt or or accountability for university funds or other items of value Successful applicant will be required to pass a background check for continued employment Required Degree Bachelors Degree required by Date of application Screening to Begin 02 25 2016 Special Instructions to Applicants It is strongly recommended that you print a copy of these instructions and the position posting before you begin to complete the online application as the instructions will not be viewable once you begin the application process Required documentation includes all of the items listed below Please note that there is a file size limitation of 2MB for each individual document attached 1 Attach a detailed cover letter in which you explain how you meet each of the required minimum qualifications and preferred qualifications if applicable It is preferred that you provide that information in a bulleted list or within a table within your cover letter 2 Attach a chronological resume including work experience education and applicable certifications Please include the names addresses and phone numbers for 3 professional references in your resume 3 Complete the online application form and respond to the online questions Full Time 100 Term of Appointment 12 Work Schedule M F 8a m 5p m Requirements Minimum Qualifications Bachelor s degree More than two years of progressive experience in a Registrar s office student services or related field s Two years of experience supervising staff in a Registrar s office or similar enrollment services office Experience working with a student management system to include data input data maintenance and data extract

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26679795/Assistant%20Registrar/Eastern%20Washington%20University/?vnet=0&str=26&max=25&sort=pos&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Cheney, Washington Assistant Registrar Job at Eastern Washington University - Association for Conflict Resolution
    a highly competitive compensation package including market based salary and excellent benefits EWU expands opportunities for personal transformation through excellence in learning Conditions of Employment This position during the course of university employment will be involved in the receipt or or accountability for university funds or other items of value Successful applicant will be required to pass a background check for continued employment Required Degree Bachelors Degree required by Date of application Screening to Begin 02 25 2016 Special Instructions to Applicants It is strongly recommended that you print a copy of these instructions and the position posting before you begin to complete the online application as the instructions will not be viewable once you begin the application process Required documentation includes all of the items listed below Please note that there is a file size limitation of 2MB for each individual document attached 1 Attach a detailed cover letter in which you explain how you meet each of the required minimum qualifications and preferred qualifications if applicable It is preferred that you provide that information in a bulleted list or within a table within your cover letter 2 Attach a chronological resume including work experience education and applicable certifications Please include the names addresses and phone numbers for 3 professional references in your resume 3 Complete the online application form and respond to the online questions Full Time 100 Term of Appointment 12 Work Schedule M F 8a m 5p m Requirements Minimum Qualifications Bachelor s degree More than two years of progressive experience in a Registrar s office student services or related field s Two years of experience supervising staff in a Registrar s office or similar enrollment services office Experience working with a student management system to include data input data maintenance and data extract Ability to

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26678750/Assistant%20Registrar/Eastern%20Washington%20University/?vnet=0&str=26&max=25&sort=pos&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Vancouver, Washington Assistant Superintendent - Teaching & Learning Job at Educational Service District 112 - Association for Conflict Resolution
    improvement plans Anticipate significant educational changes trends regulations and state of the art developments for the purpose of communicating changes to ESD school districts related to curriculum instruction assessment early learning and special education Compile data from a wide variety of sources for the purpose of analyzing issues ensuring compliance with various policies and procedures monitoring program components and or assisting school districts with school improvement planning as well as delivery of early learning and specialized services Oversee development and presentation of in service training programs for teachers and administrators for the purpose of providing information on current trends and educational and regulatory changes Develop programs to support school districts in managing curriculum and instruction for the purpose of ensuring organizational objectives are achieved in the most efficient and timely manner Identify program needs of school districts build partnerships lead initiatives and secure funding for programs that meet school district needs Manage assigned program responsibilities for the purpose of achieving outcomes in relation to organizational objectives and ensuring conformance with legal financial and ESD requirements Participate in and oversee personnel functions such as interviews hiring recommendations assignments supervision staff development and evaluations with the objective of maintaining adequate staffing enhancing productivity of personnel and achieving objectives within budget and funding source requirements Provide regional leadership for the purpose of integrating curriculum developing performance based instruction and assessment and assisting in linkages with businesses communities and higher education Research information required to manage assignments including reviewing relevant policies current practices curriculum and instructional programs financial resources etc for the purpose of ensuring compliance with relevant requirements securing general information for planning taking appropriate actions and or responding to requests Identify and delegate appropriate liaison roles between ESD 112 and other organizations Serve as a liaison for selected statewide initiatives for the purpose of addressing matters on behalf of the ESD network and as an ESD 112 liaison between the state and local districts for the purpose of addressing matters related to education reform and state federal accountability systems Participate in meetings of all nine ESD Assistant Superintendents for Teaching and Learning for the purpose of gathering and conveying information discussing strategies and making recommendations Support the Board superintendent and department administrators for the purpose of collaborating with these administrators in achievement of department program and agency goals Represent ESD 112 through professionalism marketing and promotion Articulate core key program components and outcomes to show the benefits of program services prepare materials and disseminate information to stakeholders Minimum Qualifications Master s degree in job related area 5 years of experience in job related area with significant level or responsibility Experience developing and managing a budget with multiple funding sources Experience supervising staff including those serving as supervisors managers directors or administrators Preferred Qualifications and Skills Doctorate degree in job related area 10 years of experience in job related area with significant level or responsibility Experience working for an ESD regional service agency or a government organization that provides services to school districts

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26750112/Assistant%20Superintendent%20%2D%20Teaching%20%26%20Learning/Educational%20Service%20District%20112/?vnet=0&str=26&max=25&sort=pos&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Kent, Washington Assistant Superintendent, Chief Accountability Officer Job at Kent School District - Association for Conflict Resolution
    objectives policies and procedures of the district Ensures the alignment of each division s priorities and projects with the Board s vision mission and strategic goals and Superintendent s strategic initiatives and priorities Provides supervisory leadership for the development and implementation of district wide performance management system Forecasts strategic initiatives and priorities based on current and future district direction and needs Leads cross divisional efforts to establish plan and implement innovative schools and programs to support the district s strategic plan Oversees the annual strategic planning process and ongoing monitoring to ensure optimal level of resources for support divisions Seeks and implements innovative solutions to challenges arising from fluctuating levels of funding emerging technologies and changing customer requirements Leads challenges and motivates staff by developing relationships that demonstrate the ability to work and communicate effectively and that focus resources on the achievement of strategic initiatives and priorities Identifies innovative best we know strategies for utilizing data information and research to drive performance improvements and organizational effectiveness Supervises the oversight of all activities and processes associated with the research development implementation and management of the planning and student enrollment forecasting processes for the district Represents interests and presents concerns of assigned area of responsibility to Superintendent s cabinet and Board of Directors Follows a planned professional growth program participates actively in local state and national professional associations organizations and studies local state and national guidelines for effective services in assigned areas of responsibility Directs the development and approves the departmental budgets for assigned area of responsibilities Functions as a member of the district s Executive Cabinet Cabinet and Leadership Team coordinates with other district and school administrators in the areas of assigned responsibility Supervises and evaluates the performance of assigned staff interviews and selects employees and recommends transfers reassignments terminations and disciplinary actions plans coordinates and arranges for appropriate training of subordinates and provides leadership and direction for programs under the supervision of these employees Directs the preparation and maintenance of a variety of narrative and statistical reports including state and federal reports as required records and files and prepares agendas and memos Assures accurate and timely dissemination of information Directs special projects as assigned by the Superintendent Serves on committees as appropriate or assigned by the Superintendent Serves as an articulate informed spokesperson for the district at both formal and informal speaking engagements and in the development of written documents describing district programs Represents the district when so assigned in social organizational ceremonial political or other functions Attends all Board of Directors meetings Performs all other duties as assigned Requirements REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor s degree in business administration educational administration educational leadership human resources public administration or related field Master s degree in business administration educational administration educational leadership human resources public administration or related field Minimum of five 5 years progressively responsible senior level experience in public education governmental agency or college university including supervisory experience Through knowledge of effective and innovative school and district improvement initiatives student enrollment

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26750076/Assistant%20Superintendent%2C%20Chief%20Accountability%20Officer/Kent%20School%20District/?vnet=0&str=26&max=25&sort=pos&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Kent, Washington Assistant Superintendent, Chief Accountabilty Officer Job at Kent School District - Association for Conflict Resolution
    division s priorities and projects with the Board s vision mission and strategic goals and Superintendent s strategic initiatives and priorities Provides supervisory leadership for the development and implementation of district wide performance management system Forecasts strategic initiatives and priorities based on current and future district direction and needs Leads cross divisional efforts to establish plan and implement innovative schools and programs to support the district s strategic plan Oversees the annual strategic planning process and ongoing monitoring to ensure optimal level of resources for support divisions Seeks and implements innovative solutions to challenges arising from fluctuating levels of funding emerging technologies and changing customer requirements Leads challenges and motivates staff by developing relationships that demonstrate the ability to work and communicate effectively and that focus resources on the achievement of strategic initiatives and priorities Identifies innovative best we know strategies for utilizing data information and research to drive performance improvements and organizational effectiveness Supervises the oversight of all activities and processes associated with the research development implementation and management of the planning and student enrollment forecasting processes for the district Represents interests and presents concerns of assigned area of responsibility to Superintendent s cabinet and Board of Directors Follows a planned professional growth program participates actively in local state and national professional associations organizations and studies local state and national guidelines for effective services in assigned areas of responsibility Directs the development and approves the departmental budgets for assigned area of responsibilities Functions as a member of the district s Executive Cabinet Cabinet and Leadership Team coordinates with other district and school administrators in the areas of assigned responsibility Supervises and evaluates the performance of assigned staff interviews and selects employees and recommends transfers reassignments terminations and disciplinary actions plans coordinates and arranges for appropriate training of subordinates and provides leadership and direction for programs under the supervision of these employees Directs the preparation and maintenance of a variety of narrative and statistical reports including state and federal reports as required records and files and prepares agendas and memos Assures accurate and timely dissemination of information Directs special projects as assigned by the Superintendent Serves on committees as appropriate or assigned by the Superintendent Serves as an articulate informed spokesperson for the district at both formal and informal speaking engagements and in the development of written documents describing district programs Represents the district when so assigned in social organizational ceremonial political or other functions Attends all Board of Directors meetings Performs all other duties as assigned REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor s degree in business administration educational administration educational leadership human resources public administration or related field Master s degree in business administration educational administration educational leadership human resources public administration or related field Minimum of five 5 years progressively responsible senior level experience in public education governmental agency or college university including supervisory experience Through knowledge of effective and innovative school and district improvement initiatives student enrollment management and performance management systems systems and process design and implementation effective strategies

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26750079/Assistant%20Superintendent%2C%20Chief%20Accountabilty%20Officer/Kent%20School%20District/?vnet=0&str=26&max=25&sort=pos&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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