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  • Seattle, Washington Marketing and Communication Manager Job at Sound Generations - Association for Conflict Resolution
    action plans which includes Demonstrating an eagerness to learn and enhance skills that promote equity and inclusion Fostering discussion and learning among staff volunteers to better understand and undo institutional racism Incorporating equity and inclusion standards into all hiring processes and performance evaluations Enabling staff volunteers and self to fully engage in activities events related to building equity and inclusion and addressing institutional racism and other forms of oppression 12 Other duties as necessary and assigned Requirements Qualifications To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge skills and or abilities required Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions Education Experience Bachelor s degree in marketing journalism communications or closely related field Four 4 additional years of highly related work experience may be substituted for the degree Three years experience in communications marketing public relations or journalism Skills Abilities Excellent writing skills and extensive experience writing articles reports press releases etc Extensive knowledge of the Pacific Northwest particularly Seattle and King County Ability to work with ethnically culturally racially socio economically diverse individuals Ability to plan communicate and provide leadership in marketing and public relations for Sound Generations and affiliated Senior Centers Ability to identify newsworthy activities and effectively tell the organization s story Strong computer graphics skills Pubisher In Design Visio etc Ability to work as a team member and motivate others to work collaboratively Ability to be reliable and dependable in work attendance Valid Washington Driver s License and access to an insured vehicle Note All employees are subject to periodic Washington State Patrol Criminal History Background Checks and must complete a Criminal History Self Disclosure Form AmeriCorps Peace Corps other national service alumni people of color and veterans are encouraged to apply How To Apply Please submit the following three 3 items 1 Cover letter describing your relevant experience and your interest in this position 2 Current résumé 3 Apply online www soundgenerations org login employment page or send email fax or deliver all three 3 items listed to To the following location Human Resources Sound Generations 2208 Second Avenue Seattle WA 98121 2055 Email jobs soundgenerations org Fax 206 309 7432 Only complete packets will be considered Selection Process This is a competitive selection process All fully completed application packages that show the minimum qualifications and have followed the How to Apply instructions will be reviewed Interviews will be scheduled for those applicants whose qualifications in the areas listed above most closely correspond to the position s requirements In order to preserve our resources toward furthering our mission only candidates with whom we wish to arrange an interview will be contacted All others will be maintained in our files for a minimum of six months At Sound Generations we embrace the belief that racial and other social identities should be respected and affirmed In support of this belief we are building an

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26535507/Marketing%20and%20Communication%20Manager/Sound%20Generations/?vnet=0&str=1&max=25&sort=loc%5F&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Seattle, Washington Major Gifts Officer Job at Sound Generations - Association for Conflict Resolution
    anti racism principles and equity and inclusion action plans which includes Demonstrating an eagerness to learn and enhance skills that promote equity and inclusion Fostering discussion and learning among staff volunteers to better understand and undo institutional racism Incorporating equity and inclusion standards into all hiring processes and performance evaluations Enabling staff volunteers and self to fully engage in activities events related to building equity and inclusion and addressing institutional racism and other forms of oppression Perform other duties as necessary required or requested Requirements Qualifications To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge skills and or abilities required Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions Education Experience Bachelor s degree required advanced degree and or CFRE is highly desirable One additional year of highly related work experience may substitute for each year of education Minimum of 7 years fundraising experience and 2 years of major gift leadership Significant expertise with the area s funding community highly desirable Progressive experience in successful development programs and knowledge of best practices in fundraising Previous leadership experience in overall development department operations is highly desired including campaigns appeals database management events and creative solicitations Proven successful in providing leadership to staff and volunteers in their Skills Abilities Well organized and able to plan implement and follow up on multiple projects Ability to work independently and as part of a team pitching in as needed to assist others Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals of widely diverse economic ethnic and social backgrounds Valid Washington Driver s License and access to an insured vehicle Note All employees are subject to periodic Washington State Patrol Criminal History Background Checks and must complete a Criminal History Self Disclosure Form AmeriCorps Peace Corps other national service alumni people of color and veterans are encouraged to apply How To Apply Please submit the following three 3 items 1 Cover letter describing your relevant experience and your interest in this position 2 Current résumé 3 Apply online www soundgenerations org login employment page or send email fax or deliver all three 3 items listed to Human Resources Senior Services 2208 Second Avenue Seattle WA 98121 2055 Email materials to jobs seniorservices org Fax materials to 206 309 7432 Only complete packets will be considered Selection Process This is a competitive selection process All fully completed application packages that show the minimum qualifications and have followed the How to Apply instructions will be reviewed Interviews will be scheduled for those applicants whose qualifications in the areas listed above most closely correspond to the position s requirements In order to preserve our resources toward furthering our mission only candidates with whom we wish to arrange an interview will be contacted All others will be maintained in our files for a minimum of six months At Sound Generations we embrace the belief that racial and other social

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26499763/Major%20Gifts%20Officer/Sound%20Generations/?vnet=0&str=1&max=25&sort=loc%5F&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Portland, Oregon Construction Manager Job at Orange Splot LLC - Association for Conflict Resolution
    can do to minimize our ecological footprint is to live in less space with a community of neighbors making it easy and fun to share resources Context This position represents an exciting opportunity to lead the construction activities of Orange Splot LLC Upcoming projects include a detached accessory dwelling unit a 14 home community on 0 6 acres and a 23 home community on 1 5 acres project descriptions available at http www orangesplot net innovation summary upcoming projects Homes will not typically be pre sold The construction manager will work closely with the company owner and site supervisor s on all phases of development including preliminary cost estimating bidding out to subs and suppliers creating and managing project budgets and schedules managing subcontracts doing take offs ordering materials and handling back office paperwork related to construction activities Core Responsibilities Manage overall safety of job sites and relevant surrounding areas set the tone for achieving positive safety results on all projects Create project schedules and manage the construction process to meet scheduled milestones and completion dates Develop project budgets and manage the cost of work to ensure costs do not exceed budgets Facilitate communication and management of the job site ensure all parties involved are aware of their responsibilities and informed of project status and expectations Ensure that relevant project records are processed and maintained as required and that the logistics of the project support the schedule Manage subcontracting material procurement product warranty and liability insurance compliance job sequencing and change orders Review and approve subcontractor and supplier invoices for payment Coordinate work by construction team members ie site supervisor s subcontractors suppliers engineers surveyors Provide back office support for strong jobsite recycling practices Research and select building materials systems and interior exterior finish materials for inclusion in project specifications Supervisor Company owner Eli Spevak Hours 40 hrs week flexibility in starting hours with ramp up to 40 by early Spring Status Exempt Compensation Based on experience and education Start date Flexible Application process If you feel you meet the qualifications above please submit a cover letter resume and 3 references electronically to Madeline Kovacs at Madeline orangesplot net Position will remain open until January 15 2015 Requirements Minimum Qualifications 5 years of construction project management experience Strong personal and professional commitment to the mission and goals of the company Knowledge of green building systems and practices Ability to solicit and secure subcontractors proposals Extensive knowledge of construction costs scheduling and estimating techniques Proficiency in plan reading material take offs contract writing and change order writing Proven track records of effectively working with subcontractors vendors architects engineers city officials and in house staff Effective teamwork communication oral and written coordination decision making negotiating and conflict resolution skills Ability to work independently and to manage and prioritize multiple tasks Ability to exercise sound judgment creativity and initiative in solving problems Detail oriented organized efficient resourceful good humored and a quick learner Strong computer skills particularly with Word Excel and project management

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26415300/Construction%20Manager/Orange%20Splot%20LLC/?vnet=0&str=1&max=25&sort=loc%5F&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Chickasha, Oklahoma Police Officer Job at Chickasha Police Department - Association for Conflict Resolution
    troublesome areas and checks security of business establishments performs surveillance of various locations and of criminal suspects collects and reviews data develops trends and or patterns pertaining to locations suspects files intelligence reports Monitors radio and responds to emergency calls calls for assistance communicates with radio dispatcher and responds to complaints reports of criminal events requests for law enforcement and domestic or public disputes assesses situation and takes appropriate actions to bring situation to resolution follows standard operating procedures when responding to calls provides backup assistance to fellow officers as requested necessary contacts command supervisory personnel for emergency response and critical incident communications Secures crime scenes until superiors or arrives gathers preliminary information in criminal investigations by obtaining statements from victims witnesses and suspects performs and documents searches of people vehicles and buildings prepares investigative reports of findings facts and related information detects and collects evidence and substances that provide the basis for probable cause for criminal acts testifies in court Determines probable cause to search and or reasonable suspicion to detain suspects obtains warrants and performs various search operations locates missing persons pursues fleeing and subdues resisting suspects and effects arrests serves criminal warrants and legal documents Enforces traffic laws and regulations stops vehicles for traffic violations and issues traffic citations warnings directs vehicle and pedestrian traffic around accidents disabled traffic control devices or heavily congested areas establishes road blocks administers field sobriety tests identifies wanted persons vehicles impounds vehicles assists disabled motorists directs traffic for funerals and other public gatherings ensures roadways are clear of obstacles and hazards educates the public regarding traffic safety practices Responds to accident calls gathers information at the accident scene investigates accidents involving serious injury fatality or hit and run interviews victims and witnesses notifies relatives of victims as necessary Performs tasks as necessary to assist at the scene of accidents crimes or other incidents including crowd control first aid rescue functions etc Completes and or reviews paperwork documenting shift and incident activities completes state reports to accurately record criminal offenses completes and prepares a variety of forms logs requests records reports correspondence and various other documents associated with daily responsibilities of this position maintains administrative records and files Engages in public relations and community service activities and events to promote a positive image for the department and to build cooperative and collaborative relationships with the community responds to questions complaints and requests for information by telephone or in person from merchants community civic organizations the general public employees superiors and other individuals Enters retrieves data to from computer system including stolen property arrest and wanted persons information investigation data and criminal driving records checks reviews crime statistics Adheres to all applicable agency user agreements with regard to access and dissemination of sensitive law enforcement intelligence information Maintains current field and code manuals policies and procedures employee handbooks various maps and related material for reference and or review Attends shift meetings seminars and specialized update training sessions as required to maintain knowledge of

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26415055/Police%20Officer/Chickasha%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&str=1&max=25&sort=loc%5F&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Circleville, Ohio Patrol Deputy Job at Pickaway County Sheriff's Office - Association for Conflict Resolution
    Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virgin Islands Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Yukon Territory Submit Search Career Center Home Search Jobs Patrol Deputy Pickaway County Sheriff s Office Patrol Deputy Apply Now Print Save Share Call Description PICKAWAY COUNTY SHERIFF S OFFICE 600 ISLAND ROAD CIRCLEVILLE OHIO 43113 Updated July 17 2014 Classification Patrol Deputy The Pickaway County Sheriff s Office is currently accepting results for Patrol Deputy The department is building an eligibility list for current and future positions The department requires the candidate PHQ You can access the questionnaire through your candidate account The PHQ must be completed by the closing date or you may not be considered further in the process Salary Information Starting rate of pay 18 14 per hour with first step increase after 12 months Benefit Information Paid holidays personal days sick leave accrual vacation accrual shift differential overtime eligible longevity uniforms Health and Rx insurance vision and dental deferred compensation Contact Information Robert Reeser Human Resources Administrator Department Information The Pickaway County Sheriff s Office is currently comprised of 95 total personnel assigned to the Jail Patrol Communications Detective and Administration Divisions of the office To schedule testing go to http www nationaltestingnetwork com and click on LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS Select the department and read over all the requirements and if qualified select a testing location and a time and date for testing on the website calendar For questions concerning the testing process please contact NTN Customer Support at 866 563 3882 For updates and new job announcements Like National Testing Network on Facebook Requirements Job Requirements Age 21 US Citizen Yes High School Grad GED Yes Valid OHIO State Driver s License Yes Ability to Read Speak English Yes Vision Must have corrected vision to 20 20 Academy Certification Must possess Ohio

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26657871/Patrol%20Deputy/Pickaway%20County%20Sheriff%27s%20Office/?vnet=0&str=1&max=25&sort=loc%5F&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • New York, New York Deputy Chief Diversity Officer, Title VI and EEO Compliance Job at MTA Headquarters - Association for Conflict Resolution
    customers Discuss EEO investigation s and Title VI complaints with relevant agency management Draft or review the recommended findings and documentation on EEO and Title VI investigations Recommend appropriate action based on findings or assist with negotiations on resolutions and settlement of complaints Ensure compliance with existing and revised laws rules regulations and policies governing the EEO and Title VI programs and ensure compliance by MTA and its agencies Develop and implement systems to monitor and measure the effectiveness of agency EEO and Title VI programs and identify problem areas Interact with legal department staff regarding discrimination complaints or reports Review and assign responsibility for investigating incoming discrimination complaints for investigation as appropriate May participate in legal proceedings giving depositions and serving as a witness and or performing related tasks Work with the MTA MTA Bus Co and MTA CC Human Resources Labor Relations or Legal departments in agency recruitment and training Review and approve personnel actions concerning but without being limited to hires promotions transfers and terminations Review agency s personnel practices policies job postings and procedures to determine if there is an adverse impact on protected classes Gather and compile data and information for MTA MTA Bus Co and MTA CC in preparation of State and federal reports and records Coordinate and evaluate data and prepare statistical ad hoc reports Evaluate survey results and other research of the demographics of the markets served by each agency and design and direct implementation of annual MTA wide agency specific EEO Plans to promote the employment of minorities and females in the workforce as required by MTA policies and applicable laws Ensure proper timely reporting of statistics and other information as required Ensure timely intervention of departmental staff in dispute resolution and other adverse employee related actions coordinate with agency Human Resources and General Counsel Staff to ensure timely and appropriate actions Direct manage and supervise the tracking and monitoring of reports generated by the department and provide related communication as necessary Prepare annual updates of MTA s EEO Sexual and other Discriminatory Harassment and ADA Policies disseminate Policies to employees and recruitment sources on an annual basis Serve as internal advocate and external point of contact with Title VI stakeholders public interest organizations and community boards to meet Federal LEP requirements Work on an on going basis with MTA agencies to provide overall direction and establish uniformity of all submittals to the FTA Based on federal requirements policies and guidelines plan develop and facilitate MTA wide Title VI training Assist in the development of training programs on EEO sexual harassment prevention Title VI Complaint Handling and related programs Assist in developing departmental procedures and processes regarding related reports in the computer systems as well as basic report generation from the system Track all relative trends in EEO and advise the Chief Diversity Officer of all relative trends and changes along with recommended action steps to take Work on an on going basis with the agencies to provide overall direction and

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26488077/Deputy%20Chief%20Diversity%20Officer%2C%20Title%20VI%20and%20EEO%20Compliance/MTA%20Headquarters/?vnet=0&str=1&max=25&sort=loc%5F&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Worcester, Massachusetts Chief Officer of Diversity and Inclusion Job at Clark University - Association for Conflict Resolution
    the position of Chief Officer of Diversity and Inclusion CODI Reporting directly to the President the Chief Officer of Diversity and Inclusion is responsible for the advancement and implementation of a strategic vision and initiatives that demonstrate the University s commitment to a welcoming inclusive environment for all students faculty staff and visitors The successful candidate will work collaboratively with the University s senior leadership team deans department chairs faculty staff student groups and other key campus and community partners to meet the University s goals of equity diversity and compliance to sustain a community in which individuals from all racial ethnic socioeconomic and national backgrounds are welcome and in which people of all gender identity expression sexual orientation religion political affiliation age and ability can flourish The CODI is also responsible for overseeing Clark s compliance with Title IX the Clery Act and other related laws and regulations as well as coordinating campus wide efforts to address sexual misconduct in all its forms The successful candidate will be a strategic innovative and visionary leader with proven experience in leading diversity and inclusion in higher education initiatives and have a successful record of implementing strategies that demonstrate the University s commitment to a welcoming inclusive environment for all students faculty staff and visitors Candidates should also have Strong administrative ability to articulate and realize concrete measures for implementing the strategic vision Knowledge of major academic and diversity issues with a demonstrated clear understanding of the importance of a diverse and inclusive environment in a comprehensive university or similar setting Substantial experience conducting investigations of unlawful harassment discrimination and retaliation involving faculty staff students and others Demonstrated understanding of federal state and local laws regulations and guidelines related to affirmative action and civil rights enforcement Excellent oral and written communication skills

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26686570/Chief%20Officer%20of%20Diversity%20and%20Inclusion/Clark%20University/?vnet=0&str=1&max=25&sort=loc%5F&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Newton, Massachusetts News Operations Manager, Boston Job at NECN- NBCUniversal - Association for Conflict Resolution
    information to a global audience NBCUniversal owns and operates a valuable portfolio of news and entertainment television networks a premier motion picture company significant television production operations a leading television stations group and world renowned theme parks NBCUniversal s policy is to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race color religion creed gender gender identity or expression age national origin or ancestry citizenship disability sexual orientation marital status pregnancy veteran status membership in the uniformed services genetic information or any other basis protected by applicable law The News Operations Manager will report into the News Director Primary job responsibilities include but are not limited to overseeing the daily activities and performance of the news production team and news video photographers Additional duties will include but are not limited to news video photography knowledge of technical directing live newscast and special programming as needed budget management the procurement of departmental incidental supplies The qualified individual will also oversee the station fleet vehicle maintenance news production equipment maintenance and staff development Requirements Qualifications A minimum of 2 years managerial experience in a broadcast or production environment A minimum of 5 years experience with news video photography news production and news operations Associates Degree BA or BS in Communication or related field Candidate must be highly creative and possess a solid knowledge and skill set base within all areas of news and studio production Must be willing to work long hours varying shifts including nights and weekends and report to work in emergencies depending upon news coverage when necessary Must be willing to work in Newton MA Must be willing to travel as needed Must have a valid driver s license Must be willing submit to a background investigation Must be 18 years or greater Must have

    Original URL path: http://careers.acrnet.org/jobseeker/job/26677955/News%20Operations%20Manager%2C%20Boston/NECN-%20NBCUniversal/?vnet=0&str=1&max=25&sort=loc%5F&long=1 (2016-02-12)
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