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  • 12 Jul 2014 7:48 PM | Anonymous member

    Greetings from the White House Internship Program,

    We are writing to announce that the application for the Spring 2015 White House Internship Program is open. We are reaching out to your organization to encourage you to pass this information to students interested in public service and hope that you can share these details along with the attached flyer.



    President Barack Obama talks with members of the 2013 Summer White House intern class before a group photo in the East Room of the White House, Aug. 8, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

    The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office of the President and engage them in public service opportunities.

    A complete application includes: short answers, two essay questions, a one-page resume, and two letters of recommendation. The deadline to apply for the spring program is September 7, 2014.

    For more information and to apply, please visit http://www.whitehouse.gov/internships.

    Sincerely,

    White House Internship Program

  • 16 May 2014 1:32 PM | Anonymous member

    PLEASE DISTRIBUTE TO INTERESTED APPLICANTS:

    The Department of Labor has posted four new job vacancies to www.usajobs.gov.

    Vacancy Name: Intern - Student Trainee (Economics)
    Vacancy Number: PW-14-BLS-MULTI-065
    Department Name: Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics Job Series and Grade: GS-0199-04 
    Open and Close Dates: 05/15/2014 - 05/28/2014
    Location: Washington DC

    Vacancy Name: Intern - Student Trainee (Management & Program Analysis)
    Vacancy Number: PW-14-BLS-MULTI-066
    Department Name: Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics Job Series and Grade: GS-0399-04
    Open and Close Dates: 05/15/2014 - 05/28/2014
    Location: Washington DC 

    Vacancy Name: Intern - Student Trainee (Mathematical Statistics)
    Vacancy Number: PW-14-BLS-MULTI-067
    Department Name: Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics Job Series and Grade: GS-1599-04
    Open and Close Dates: 05/15/2014 - 05/28/2014
    Location: Washington DC

    Vacancy Name: Intern - Student Trainee (Information Technology)
    Vacancy Number: PW-14-BLS-MULTI-068
    Department Name: Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics Job Series and Grade: GS-2299-04
    Open and Close Dates: 05/15/2014 - 05/28/2014
    Location: Washington DC

    If interested, applications must be submitted online through the USAJobs website.

    Please visit www.usajobs.gov and search by Keyword Search (use the Vacancy Number) or by Agency to find the most current openings. Please read the vacancy in its entirety prior to beginning the application process.

    VR, Erika Werking
    HR Specialist, Branch of Workforce Staffing and Recruitment
    Bureau of Labor Statistics
    Postal Square Building
    2 Massachusetts Ave NE
    Washington, DC 20212

  • 18 Apr 2014 9:43 PM | Anonymous member
    Title: Associate Director of College Readiness

    Location: Brooklyn, NY; New Haven, CT; or Hartford, CT

    Direct Link to Full Position Description: http://www.achievementfirst.org/fileadmin/af/home/2012_New_Site/7_Careers/2014-15_Job_Descriptions/Associate_Director_of_College_Readiness_March_2014.pdf

    Position Description: Responsibilities of the Associate Director of College Readiness will include but are not limited to:

    Research and Design the 9-12 College Readiness Seminar Curricula

    • Research existing curricula nationally to understand similarities and differences in content, approach, and execution

    • Collect and analyze key resources from various external curriculum providers

    • Use data from internal and external research, including data from Achievement First alumni, to revise current standards, scope and sequences, interim assessments, and unit plans for grades 9-12

    • Evaluate and further develop rubrics for key performance-based assessments and for the implementation of program

    • Network with external CMO and districts who offer a similar course to learn best practices and lessons learned from curriculum development, change, and implementation

    • Build relationships and work closely with Achievement First’s high school principals, deans of college, College Readiness Seminar teachers, and summer program coordinators to ensure a high-level of input,

    investment, and collaboration for curriculum build and implementation



    Facilitate Professional Development

    • Develop and lead professional development for all college readiness teachers (~10 people) that support vision setting for the College Readiness Seminar program, implementation of the curriculum and

    growth of instructional practices through beginning of year PD sessions and ongoing Days of Practice 3-4 times throughout the year

    • Work in partnership with school-based Deans of College to provide on-site support of College Readiness Seminar teachers through the support of their planning and execution of the College Readiness

    course.



    Coaching and Observations

    • Conduct focused observations 4-5 times a month at our high schools to push content-specific instructional practices, improve implementation of curriculum, gather information on best practices and pilot new projects

    • Develop instructional eye of Deans of College and principals through focused co-observations and feedback



    Analyze Data

    • Deeply analyze student achievement data (vocabulary growth, student work samples, interim assessments and performance-based assessments) to determine how to better develop materials and provide targeted, high quality teacher training



    Summer Program Partnership Outreach & Spots

    • Determine and implement best practices for using the College Readiness Seminar course to ensure that scholars understand the importance of the summer program requirement, have an opportunity to

    learn about these experiences from their peers, and use the Seminar course as an effective means of of supporting the application process

    • Maintain current summer program partnerships (17 current pre-college partnerships)

    • Secure additional network-wide summer program opportunities including pre-college and internship spots

    • Liaise with school-based teams to ensure timely submission of applications for all network partnerships for summer programs.



    Qualifications:

    • A bachelor’s degree from a competitive college or university

    • A teaching career with four or more years of highly successful teaching experience. We will consider a candidate with a minimum of two years of teaching experience with exceptional results if there is

    relevant prior work experience.

    • A proven, multi-year track record of exemplary teaching achievement, especially the achievement of low-income, minority students





    Application Instructions/Company Contact Information:



    Achievement First reviews applications on a rolling basis – please apply immediately. Email a cover letter, resume, and sample unit plan to:



    Amy Christie

    Network Director of College, Team College

    teamcollege@achievementfirst.org

    Please include the following in the subject line of the email

    SUBJ: NAME– Application for Associate Director of College Readiness
  • 21 Feb 2014 9:58 PM | Anonymous member

    PLEASE DISTRIBUTE TO INTERESTED APPLICANTS:

    The Department of Labor has posted a new job vacancy to:
    https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/361340500


    Please read the vacancy in its entirety prior to beginning the application process.


    Neal Thompson
    Branch of Workforce Staffing and Recruitment
    Bureau of Labor Statistics
    Postal Square Building -- Room 4280
    2 Massachusetts Ave NE
    Washington, DC 20212

    202-691-6621
    Fax: 202.691.5507
    email: thompson.neal@bls.gov

    We value your input and strive to provide the best customer service possible.
    Please take a moment and let us know how we are doing http://oa.bls.gov/CustSurvey/.

  • 21 Feb 2014 9:33 PM | Anonymous member
    The application for the Fall 2014 White House Internship Program is now open. We are reaching out to your organization to encourage you to pass this information to students interested in public service and hope that you can share these details along with the attached flyer.

    The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office of the President and engage them in public service opportunities.

    A complete application includes: short answers, two essay questions, a one-page resume, and two letters of recommendation. The deadline to apply for the fall program is April 13, 2014. 

    For more information and to apply, please visit http://www.whitehouse.gov/internships.

    Interested in hosting an information session about the White House Internship Program? Email internship_info@who.eop.gov for more information.

  • 18 Jan 2014 3:26 PM | Anonymous member
    BNY Mellon’s Campus Relations team is pleased to announce the 2014 Global Internship Program, which serves as a strategic feeder of top talent from colleges and universities. The program is designed to provide high-potential students with challenging and rewarding opportunities to gain valuable, hands-on experience while learning about BNY Mellon and the financial services industry.

    In addition to their daily projects, interns participate in structured programming across five key areas: education about BNY Mellon, learning and development workshops, community outreach, networking and team building, and mentoring.

    The 2014 program will run from June 9 to August 8 in the U.S. and from 30 June to 5 September in EMEA.

    How to refer candidates

    If you would like to be considered for intern opportunities at BNY Mellon or know of someone, please direct them to join our Talent Community by visiting http://jobs.bnymellon.com/mobile/content/event/?utm_campaign=2014InternCandidate.

    By doing so, candidates will be notified when new internship opportunities are posted. They can then apply directly to those positions matching their interests and skills.

    Also, please let the Regional Director know personally that you have applied for a position, mention her name and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

  • 11 Sep 2013 7:53 PM | Anonymous member

    HAMILTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT
    EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

    September 11, 2013


    The following positions are available within the Hamilton Township School District (Mercer County).

     

    For more information and new listings, please visit www.hamilton.k12.nj.us

    Hamilton uses the Applitrack system for those wishing to candidate for specific positions. Please know that NJ certification is required for teaching and administrative positions. Other positions are available, however, that do not require certification. The Hamilton Township School District is an equal opportunity employer.

     

    ADMINISTRATIVE/Controller

    Closing Date: 9/20/13

    Job ID Number: 643

    The Controller assumes the responsibility for planning, organizing, coordinating, directing, and monitoring all aspects of the financial operation of the school district. This includes accounting, payroll, budget cash management and other finance related functions.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in accounting
    • CPA or Masters of Business Administration preferred
    • At least five years experience in an accounting related position with strong supervisory skills
    • Aility to perform both long and short-term financial planning
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
    • Knowledge and familiarity of computerized accounting and budgetary system
    • Eperience in and ability to supervise, lead and direct assigned staff
    • Knowledge of proper internal and external audit procedures
    • Prior school district business experience preferred

    SALARY:

    • Competitive salary and benefits

    EFFECTIVE DATE:

    • 2013 -2014 school year

    Qualified candidates must submit a cover letter and resume when applying for this position in our Applitrack System (www.hamilton.k12.nj.us – Employment Opportunities)

    Interested candidates must specifically apply for this position using the district’s Applitrack System.

     

    TECHNOLOGY/Network Infrastructure Technician

    Closing Date: 9/23/13

    Job ID Number: 644

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • 4+ years experience supporting and maintaining digital communications
    • in an enterprise scale environment
    • Undergraduate degree in a computer science or related discipline
    • Able to demonstrate functional knowledge of advance wired/wireless networking concepts
    • Experience supporting enterprise-scale database system
    • Competency troubleshooting PC/tablet systems
    • Familiarity with VDI, server virtualization and, network perimeter security devices
    • Knowledge of AD configuration and support

    PREFERRED:

    • Experience within an educational environment
    • Technology certifications
    • Cisco, wireless, Microsoft, Oracle, VMware, security, VoIP, directory services, VDI

    SALARY:   

    • $60,000

    EFFECTIVE DATE:

    • 2013 -2014 school year

    Qualified candidates must submit a cover letter and resume when applying for this position in our Applitrack System (www.hamilton.k12.nj.us – Employment Opportunities)

    Interested candidates must specifically apply for this position using the district’s Applitrack System.

     

    ADMINISTRATIVE/High School Principal

    Closing Date: 9/17/13

    Job UD Number: 635

    • The high school principal shall lead the school community for equality and excellence to ensure that all students graduate ready for college and career.
    • Provides supervision and evaluates certifies and non-certified staff
    • Provides leadership in school level planning for improvement of instruction and assessment
    • Maintains as effective learning climate and school culture

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • NJ principal’s certification
    • A minimum of five years teaching experience
    • A minimum of five years experience in public school administration
    • Excellent intrapersonal and communication skills
    • Demonstrated leadership skills in curriculum development and program evaluations
    • Knowledge of research and best practices in secondary education
    • High level of computer literacy and the skills to integrate technology into the high school program

    SALARY:

    • Competitive salary and benefits

    EFFECTIVE DATE:

    • 2013 -2014 school year

    Qualified candidates must submit a cover letter and resume when applying for this position in our Applitrack System (www.hamilton.k12.nj.us – Employment Opportunities)

    Interested candidates must specifically apply for this position using the district’s Applitrack System.

     

    TRADES/Carpenter

    Closing Date: 9/19/13

    Job ID: 637

    REQUIRED:

    • Three years experience in general carpentry

    SALARY:

    • $55,952 per year

    Interested candidates with applications in our Applitrack System must specifically apply for this position.

     

    OPERATIONS/Warehouse/Custodian

    Closing Date: 9/23/13

    Job ID: 651

    Location: Crockett Middle School

    Shift:  3 PM – 11 PM

    REQUIRED:

    • Ability to perform job related duties
    • Black seal license (REQUIRED)
    • Pool Operator license (PREFERRED)

    SALARY:

    • $31,128 -$46,693 per year plus night bonus

    Interested candidates must specifically apply for this position using the district’s Applitrack System.

  • 20 Jan 2013 7:14 PM | Anonymous member

    Individuals who are interested in these positions can refer to the BNY Mellon career page at www.bnymellon.com/careers.

    1300102

    Project Manager III - Human Resources

    Pittsburgh, PA

    The job holder manages the planning, organizing and implementation of multiple complex projects. S/he takes projects from original concept through final implementation. S/he is responsible for assembling the project team and assigning individual responsibilities. S/he directs and controls all work performed in the framework of the Work Breakdown Structure. S/he provides technical and analytical guidance to the project team. S/he develops detailed project plans, schedules, estimates, resource plans and monitors project results for significant deviations. S/he manages client relations to ensure that service expectations are developed and met. S/he ensures adherence to current project management standard processes and ensures compliance to quality assurance policies. Position is involved with special projects as required.

    Minimum 10+ year's experience required. S/he has knowledge of technologies at use within the project(s) for which s/he is responsible. Job holder must have extensive experience with managing client expectations, implementing service improvement initiatives and communicating effectively with senior management on service-related issues. Prior experience managing major impact projects and planning and tracking multiple complex projects required.

    1211326

    Compensation Manager

    New York, NY

    Working in conjunction with Management, provides compensation strategy in support of business objectives. Partners with the Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) and Line Of Business (LOB) management on total compensation issues, including salary administration, market analyses, and incentive plan design, while balancing the corporate interests of the organization with the needs of the line of business. Provides expertise to the HRBP and line management by working through compensation issues encountered with the goal of successfully meeting the business objectives while considering the broader corporate compliance implications, external market influence and internal equity. Manages a staff of comp professionals to ensure that business and HR goals are effectively achieved.

    The qualified candidate will have a bachelor's degree or equivalent with 15 or more years of experience in compensation, including significant management responsibilities. Professional certification (PHR, CCP) preferred. Leadership skills using sound judgment decisions. Strong analytical, quantitative, research, evaluation, planning, networking problem solving, decision-making and technical skills. Must have excellent customer service, conflict resolution, presentation, and verbal/written communication skills.

    1300192

    HR Consultant

    Easy Syracuse, NY

    HR professional providing support to assigned business area. Responsible for the day to day administration of people actions within established policy and program guidelines. Work independently on standardized/recurring assignments and under the direction of senior staff on complex projects and analyses.

    Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience. Advanced degree or certification in process preferred. 2+ years of progressive related experience, demonstrating foundational knowledge of technical aspects of HR (typically gained from progressive experience within an HR Center of Excellence or business experience. Beginning a Certification consistent with local practice such as PHR in US preferred.

    1211337

    Sr. HR Business Partner

    New York, NY

    This position requires an experienced HR Business Partner to support selected Business Partner groups within the Chief Financial Officer's groups (Finance, Treasury, Capital Funding, Global Procurement) and the Chief of Staff's groups (General Services, Marketing and Corporate Affairs, Corporate Program Management Office). The exact groups are to be determined. This position requires a high level individual contributor acting independently with limited supervision. The primary responsibility is to partner with the business partner group in order to execute on the people implications of business strategy; provide functional expertise to assigned business within established policy and program guidelines and deliver solutions and HR services.

    Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience, Advanced degree or certification preferred. 7-9 years of progressive related experience with demonstrated knowledge of technical and legal aspects of HR; may have supervisory experience. Certification consistent with local practice such as SPHR in US preferred.

    1213761

    Manager, Human Resources

    San Francisco, CA

    Experienced HR manager supporting a Line of Business. Manages and oversees an exempt team of professionals who provide functional expertise to assigned business within established policy and program guidelines. Manages the delivery of solutions and HR services to the business or business partner group, ensuring coordination across geographies to ensure consistency, fairness and engagement while leveraging best practices. Member of the business leadership team and HR Operating Committee.

    Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience. Advanced degree or certification preferred.

    8-12 years of progressive related experience with demonstrated knowledge of technical and legal aspects of HR; minimum 4 years of supervisory/management experience. Certification consistent with local practice such as SPHR in US preferred.

     

    Quality Assurance Manager

    NYC, Pittsburgh, Boston

    The Quality Assurance Manager will be responsible for providing the strategic leadership and management of programs and processes to achieve industry leading quality standards. Focused on the client experience in BNYM Asset Servicing (AS), the QA Manager will partner with the client facing groups (GFI, AS Americas, AS APAC, and AS EMEA), Global Service Delivery, Product Management, Audit, Risk and Technology to define quality within the business segments and deliver management metrics and sponsor improvement initiatives to promote consistent high quality service and client satisfaction across the business globally. The position will be the voice of QA both internally in AS and externally within the industry, promoting the strategy and value of high quality service. Specifically, the incumbent is responsible for collecting client feedback and identifying critical measures and developing recommendations to increase client satisfaction and quality performance through improvement plans. The incumbent will use consultative skills to gain consensus and execute on the agreed upon plans. Incumbent will also establish scorecards to measure the effectiveness of key initiatives and will ensure consistent, timely communications to key stakeholders at all levels both internally and externally reporting on the results through presentations to executives and senior management.

    Key Responsibilities:

    The qualified candidate will have a BA/BS degree in business/finance or equivalent experience required; MBA or equivalent degree is strongly recommended. Quantitative (engineering, math, economics) and/or business education programs (economics, finance) preferred. The qualified candidate will also have 10 years progressive business experience in a financial services or related industry with a proven ability to provide leadership and to aid in overall business strategy.

    Excellent oral, written and presentation skills. Experience in consulting and practical implementation of strategic transformation initiatives is preferred. A broad, enterprise-wide view of the business and varying degrees of appreciation for strategy, processes and capabilities, enabling technologies, and governance is preferred. Exceptional communication skills and the ability to communicate appropriately at all levels of the organization. Team player able to work effectively at all levels of an organization with the ability to influence others to move toward consensus.

    1206079

    Relationship Executive I

    Boston or NY

    The Relationship Executive I will work for a Business Executive or Segment Manager who will own and lead the BNY Mellon relationship for a specific number of large, complex, multi-national clients. Their primary responsibility will be to assist the BE or Segment Manager in the execution of opportunities and in ensuring the maintenance of the quality of service required for their client base.

    The RE I will also partner with the BE and coordinate with Service Directors (SD) to ensure excellent service delivery across the assigned client base which includes: protecting and enhancing client satisfaction and client profitability, identifying and expanding wallet share through developing and executing effective cross-sales plans, assisting with legal documentation, and ensuring correct invoicing and timely payment. The RE I will facilitate broad engagement with key client constituents (act as a leader not a gatekeeper) and coordinate with multiple Service Directors in a matrix environment who will internally monitor service metrics to ensure colleagues are working effectively across product lines and geographies as necessary to provide optimal client service. They will be the final point of escalation for operational issues.

    The RE I must have the ability to develop a network of relationships within a client that allows understanding of client priorities and initiatives. The RE I will be responsible for distilling industry, product, and market and client knowledge into prioritized action plans based upon client needs. They will develop responses to RFPs and follow up on referrals in a timely fashion with very high quality, ensuring compliance with company policies. Additionally they must possess strong presentation, negotiation and communication skills to rapidly develop rapport with senior client leaders to gain trust and confidence.

    The RE I must have the required emotional intelligence to deal with senior leaders both within the client organization and BNY Mellon. The RE I must have a keen understanding of competitor Asset Servicing offerings, and the BNYM value proposition and differentiation. Internally, a RE I must demonstrate exemplary leadership, teamwork and a proven track record for partnering with management, relationship and client service teams. They will act as a client advocate to marshal resources to ensure a high degree of client satisfaction with services is delivered and a timely resolution of issues is achieved at all times.

    Required to possess broad knowledge of BNY Mellon products within Asset Servicing, as well as extensive industry/market knowledge. Should understand competitor Asset Servicing offerings, and the BNYM value proposition and differentiation.

    Must have the ability to distill industry, product, market and client knowledge into prioritized action plans based upon client needs.

    Excellent ability to lead development of client-ready material on BNYM erformance and industry trends. The RE, together with BEs need to establish and maintain highly effective partnerships with key client constituents to understand their needs and influence their decision making process.

    REs must possess strong presentation capabilities, the ability to facilitate and lead phone and in person client discussions independently with support of BNYM experts. They must demonstrate leadership, teamwork and a high degree of collaboration within their business and across BNYM to ensure the client coverage model is fulfilled.

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