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  • 03 Jul 2012 10:14 AM | Anonymous member

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    Successful candidates that pass all the above requirements will receive 17 - 19 weeks of classroom and field training at the CBP Academy, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, GA.

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  • 10 Jun 2012 11:00 AM | Anonymous member

    Title:  The Global Head of Asset Servicing Quality Assurance

    Location: Boston, New York, or Pittsburgh  

    Salary: Open and commensurate with experience

    Job Requisition: 1205385


    The Global Head of Asset Servicing Quality Assurance 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 AS, the position will develop the strategy and create a culture of quality to drive improvements to client service. The Head of QA will partner with the client facing groups (GFI, AS Americas and AS EMEA), Global Service Delivery, Audit, Risk and Technology to define quality within the business segments and deliver the management metrics to promote consistent high quality service delivery 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. Key Responsibilities: Establish an integrated strategic vision for Quality Assurance within AS. Develop and implement a plan to build the Quality Assurance framework for AS and to evaluate, develop, and enhance QA methodologies. Establish, monitor, and communicate various benchmarks and data driven analytics designed to measure operational effectiveness and client service on a global scale. Manage key relationships with business and technology partners and provide thought leadership on Service Delivery and Quality Control. Create and analyze key metrics to identify performance issues and risk based strategies that help to provide prioritization and decision making.  Ensure business continuity and timely problem resolution through effective infrastructure design, training, and process and procedure integration.  Determine metrics and methodologies to report back to clients on measures affecting the quality of their service.  Where appropriate, partner with the business units to solve specific quality issues with innovative and proactive solutions.


    The qualified candidate will have a BA/BS degree in business/finance or equivalent experience required; MBA or equivalent degree is strongly recommended. The qualified candidate will also have 12+ years progressive business experience in a financial services or related industry with a proven ability to provide leadership of a global environment and to aid in overall business strategy. Excellent oral, written and presentation skills. Practical implementation of strategic transformation. A broad, enterprise-wide view of the business and varying degrees of appreciation for strategy, processes and capabilities, enabling technologies, and governance required. 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.

    Posting Instructions:  Qualified applicants can post directly at

    Referral Source: AKA_2012

    Questions:  Can be directed to:

  • 21 May 2012 9:05 AM | Anonymous member

    POSITION: Dean of Studies, Pendle Hill

    LOCATION: Wallingford, PA 

    REPORTS TO: Executive Director

    GENERAL SUMMARY: The Dean of Studies directs the education programs at Pendle Hill. This key leadership role includes ensuring that strategic programmatic goals are met, and demonstrating a working commitment to the programs through teaching, facilitation, planning, recruitment, outreach, and implementation. Programs currently include the Resident Program, the Young Adult Program, and the year-round program of weekend workshops, short courses and lectures (together called STEP). The person in this position serves as a member of the Pendle Hill Administrative Team and is responsible for annual budgets totaling approximately $500,000. The Dean supervises the education staff, which may include: support staff, resident teachers, limited-term teachers, interns, and Friends in Residence (volunteers). Students may seek the Dean’s attention for matters requiring approval or an administrator’s counsel.


    • Responsible for successful delivery of education programs at Pendle Hill, according to our mission, vision, and goals
    • Plans and operationalizes educational programs in cooperation with support staff 
    • Sets short, medium and long-term programmatic goals to achieve desired outcomes according to our organizational model o Ensures that objectives are met with regard to making, and communicating information about, fee increases and other program changes o Revises documentation templates as needed and disseminates updated information through various media
      • Works closely with other department heads to ensure that education programs are well synchronized with other functions at Pendle Hill 
      • Develops recruitment and admissions strategies to achieve enrollment and participation goals 
    • Ensures use of restricted and designated funds within best practice guidelines, including distribution of scholarship monies. Establishes systems as needed
    • Ensures that accurate and accessible records are maintained with regard to program enrollment and participation, financials, and contracts
    • Supports Pendle Hill’s communications and marketing work by creating and supplying content that helps to publicize education programs 
    • Serves as a member of the Administrative Team, including a collaborative approach to overall coordination of initiatives (e.g. development, operations, finance) at Pendle Hill 
    • Recruits, selects, and provides support and supervision for full and part-time faculty and Friends in Residence. 
    • Serves as designated staff liaison to the Education and Outreach Committee of the Board 
    • Ensures coordination of Pendle Hill’s lecture series plus yearly Stephen Cary lecture (and other endowed lectures) 
    • Ensures coordination of Pendle Hill’s art exhibits, and art studio use and maintenance 
    • Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director


    • Expertise in leading successful programs for adults and experience directing a program office/department
    • Commitment to being a practitioner who demonstrates being in accord with Friends’ testimonies 
    • Confident and inclusive presentation and facilitation style


    • An appreciation for non-degree learning, and the transformative role of a contemporary Quaker study center
    • Excellent/demonstrated organizational skills, and ability to maintain order and detail within a complex set of competing initiatives 
    • Strong familiarity with Quakers and Quakerism and/or a willingness to gain and deepen such knowledge 
    • Demonstrated commitment to working successfully with people across multiple aspects of difference (faith, race, class, culture…) 
    • Excellent/demonstrated oral and written communication skills
    • Experience with fundraising 
    • A sense of the adult education needs within the Religious Society of Friends
    • A vision of how to make Quaker programming increasingly relevant to new constituencies 
    • Experience with setting and achieving S.M.A.R.T. goals and supporting a theory of change 
    • Advanced degree 
    • Demonstrated ability to create partnerships and collaborate with outside organizations and individuals 
    • Ability to set, prioritize and achieve goals and to track, document, and share results through helpful reports (for colleagues and the Board) 
    • Proven project management skill, including budgeting experience 
    • A welcoming attitude and appreciation of hospitality for adult learners and all seeking spiritual renewal 
    • An appreciation for various expressions of spiritual life in individuals and an appreciation for the role of faith and spiritual practices in the Pendle Hill workplace

    TIME EXPECTATIONS: This is a full-time, exempt position. All staff members at Pendle Hill spend a few work hours each week contributing to the community through meal-time, housekeeping, or maintenance work. The Dean must be available to work occasional nights and weekends.

    COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: Compensation includes cash salary and benefits including medical and dental insurance, retirement, generous paid vacation and holidays, and the opportunity to take Pendle Hill courses for free or at a significantly discounted rate. Compensation may also include on-campus residence and board (depending on the position and the availability of housing, at Pendle Hill’s discretion).

    NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: Pendle Hill encourages the participation of all and seeks to appoint to its staff individuals of diverse backgrounds and to do so without discrimination on the basis of gender, race, color, age, sexual orientation or national origin.

    BACKGROUND CHECKS: Pendle Hill will conduct a background check for candidates prior to hire.

    INTERESTED? Please submit a current resume, contact information for three references, and a cover letter describing your qualifications (including how you heard about the position) to Sandy Horne at Pendle Hill, 338 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA 19086 or Please put Dean of Studies and your last name in the subject line. Review of applications will begin on June 1 and continue until the position is filled, with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2012.

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