Rockwell Career Center
Full Time Job Postings
The following is a list of current full time job opportunities for current MS and MBA students, as seen on Bauer Career Gateway. To apply for each opportunity, students have to be registered in the Bauer Career Gateway system.
Inside Sales Consultant (Design Consultant)
Come see why Blinds.com is one of Houston's best place to work and learn why we love cake. Yes, cake! In fact, we're running out of space in our trophy case for all of the national awards we have won from call center management, to wellness. In 2013, we have had a record year with over $100 million in sales. We're seeking customer-focused individuals who can sell, and provide a world-class experience that keeps our customers coming back, even years later. As a Inside Sales Consultant (Design Consultant), you can say goodbye to cold calling, because your task is to respond to and take ownership of inbound customer interactions. Your goal is to provide the right solution that makes it surprisingly easy and exciting for all stakeholders of the business. Customers will keep calling you back because they love seeking your advice in making purchases. Reach for new heights while seeking to continuously improve all phases of your sales and service approach. Use your unique skill-set to maintain and exceed sales standards set by Blinds.com to "WOW" each and every person you interact with. Still interested?
Position Description: MaloneBailey, LLP is actively seeking a dynamic and engaging individual to join our growing firm. The position is ideal for someone who thrives in a fast-paced, ever-evolving environment. The position offers broad exposure to facets of marketing and business development with an emphasis on public relations, recruiting, human resources and operations. The versatility of the job ensures an experience that is never dull and offers the opportunity to take your career to the next level. If you are a motivated team player who tackles daily tasks, no matter how big or small, with determination and enthusiasm, doors will open to valuable professional experiences and increasing levels of responsibility The Administrative Coordinator supports the implementation of the firm’s strategic marketing plan and the strategic recruiting plan. In addition, this position is responsible for general office maintenance as well as completion of special projects for multiple managers and partners. This role is extremely broad in responsibilities and is expected to learn the functions of the firm as a whole while carrying out special functions for the HR and Marketing Departments. The Administrative Coordinator reports to the Marketing Manager and Human Resources Manager. Firm Description: MaloneBailey, LLP is based in Houston, Texas and has offices in New York, Beijing and Shenzhen. Since the firm’s founding nearly three decades ago, our commitment to deliver microcap audit services has enabled our practice to become one of the largest in the world, and it’s still growing. Today, with over 165 SEC registrants as clients, we rank #7 in the world in terms of the number of public company clients that we serve. MaloneBailey is recognized by the Houston Business Journal as one of the top 25 firms in Houston, one of the top 15 firms in the Southwest region by Accounting Today and as one of the fastest growing firms by INSIDE Public Accounting. Responsibilities: This position will carry out a range of responsibilities including but not limited to: • Participate in the recruiting process in areas such as telephone screens, data collection, maintenance of the master resume and candidate info database, collateral, events, interview scheduling and coordination and other related tasks • Attends recruiting events such as career fairs and marketing events and is responsible for the timely set up of the exhibit display • Coordinate in-house meetings and special events throughout the year and assists the HR Manager and Marketing Manager with various committee events • Provides support to the Marketing Manager in areas regarding marketing materials and project support, press release development, research and data mining, direct mail campaigns and social media maintenance • Provide support to the HR Manager in areas regarding data reporting, on-boarding, benefits management, file management and other related tasks • Develops and publishes internal firm newsletter • Maintain general office needs regarding conference and training rooms, kitchen and coffee bars, and maintenance issues (i.e., lights out, damaged building property, safety concerns, etc.) as well as supplies and vendor relationships • Supports audit team for special reports to the PCAOB • Other duties as assigned
Hein & Associates LLP
The staff accountant in the audit department is primarily involved in the day-to-day field work on auditing engagements, including preparation of work papers. The staff accountant works in a collaborative environment with other members of our engagement team to develop and deliver creative solutions to client needs. In that role, the staff accountant will interact with members of the team at all levels and where feasible, will also interact with client personnel. As a member of the engagement team, qualified supervisory personnel will work with the staff accountant to provide proper training and guidance for assisting with the completion of assigned tasks. As the staff accountant begins their career, they are assigned mentors who will assist them throughout their career. RESPONSIBILITIES All members of the engagement team are expected to demonstrate proficiency in each of the general categories shown below. For each general category, the responsibility of the staff accountant is indicated. Client Service – We believe in the power of solutions. Hein & Associates LLP delivers value to every client through exceptional service and trusted advice. To accomplish this standard of client service, the responsibilities of the staff accountant are: •Prepare audit work papers, such as working trial balance and adjusting journal entries and develop a sound work paper technique. Follow the Firm policies and procedures and under the direct supervision of an experienced audit professional, draft financial statements. •Develop a foundation in auditing standards and generally accepted accounting principles. •Document understanding of accounting systems and transaction flows. Review and test internal controls. •Demonstrate awareness of budgets on engagements and the ability to work with supervisors on keeping within those budgets. •Become familiar with the Firm’s policies, procedures, manuals, forms, and relevant software. •Attain understanding of successful delegation. Full-Service Results – The staff accountant must demonstrate a general understanding of the Firm’s services, and the team approach to client service. New Business Acquisition – The staff accountant is expected to begin to develop the foundation for the acquisition of new business by engaging in the following activities: •Develop an awareness of the Firm’s marketing strategies. •Begin to establish an external network of business referral resources. Staff Development – The staff accountant is expected to pursue his or her own self development, as well as the development of other team members by engaging in the following activities: •Prepare for and participate actively in Firm sponsored and outside training; keeping current on general business and technical issues. •Seek ongoing counsel and feedback on each engagement. •Demonstrate understanding of the value and importance of teamwork. •Begin the development of positive relationships with peers. •Understand and participate when requested, in the office recruiting program. Technical, Industry or Functional Specialization •Develop an understanding of the benefits of specialization to personal development and Firm growth. •Participate as a member of a niche service, marketing team. Professional/Community Involvement •Participate, or actively seek participation in appropriate community, business, and professional organizations.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Ltd. (TSMC)
Finance Associate / HR Administrator / IE Engineer
Hsinchu City, Taiwan
(1) Finance Associate 1.Rotate among 2~3 functions within a timeframe of 3 years+. Such functions include treasury operations, Financial Planning, Customer Credit, Insurance, Financial Risk Management, SEC Compliance and Investment Management. 2.Job scope includes funding, FX risk management, debt/equity offerings, investment valuation, various projects to support management decisions, credit risk management, multiple insurance programs to reduce TSMC‘s operating risk, financial risk control/modeling, ROC/US SEC compliance, and post-investment management. (2) HR Administrator In TSMC HR team environment, you will get opportunities to work with the most dynamic HR professionals in Staffing, Recruiting, Compensation & Benefits, Training & Development, Employee Relation, etc.. Our rotation program will help you discover your passion in a particular HR interest or expend your knowledge in every function within HR. (3) IE Engineer 1. Capacity planning and management 2. Productivity improvement 3. Capital investment evaluation and control
Java Programmers- Immediate Openings
General Manager Trainee
LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN MANAGEMENT TODAY! Stripes is looking for enthusiastic recent college graduates that have a strong desire to lead a team of dedicated employees inside one of our retail and restaurant locations. The General Manager Training Program is designed to launch the career development of the participants; exposing them to all aspects of our retail and restaurant business through a structured and dynamic learning experience. Upon successful completion of the program, the participant will be prepared to oversee a single retail/restaurant location as a General Manager. This in-depth, hands-on training program offers a dynamic learning approach through formal training as well as on-the-job learning. The program stretches over a period of 10 weeks in which the participants will be provided with real responsibility, while being immersed in an environment where they will gain exposure to all aspects of our retail and restaurant business. This position will report directly to the Area Manager. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES • Directly drives sales and profits in a high volume, complex location. • Oversees and ensures that the overall store condition complies with company standards including; cleanliness, store and foodservice - fast, friendly and delicious, sanitation, customer service and merchandising – thereby maximizing store profitability, expense control, inventory levels and shortage control. • Manage quality and consistent marketing and merchandising of store and food service programs. • Fosters a coaching environment where team members want to excel and are recognized for their achievements. • Provides Stripes Friendly customer service by greeting and assisting customers, and responding to customer inquiries and concerns. • Serves customers by maintaining our Stripes Friendly philosophy, supported by a value proposition that every experience will be fast, friendly and delicious. • Maintains 100% in-stock excellence on top selling items. • Ensures team members are current on product offerings and promotions. • Engages with merchandising team to suggest ways to increase sales, expand markets, and promote business. • Plans and implements marketing campaigns and sales promotions, and prepare merchandise displays. • Monitors sales activities through cashier analysis to ensure that customers receive exceptional customer service. • Examines merchandise to ensure that it is correctly priced and displayed. • Drives sales and profits in a high volume, complex location. • Analyzes financial data including but not limited to profit and loss statements, shortages, cashier analysis to identify business opportunities and increase sales. • Plans, implements and enforces Company policies, goals and programs. • Ensures quality and consistent implementation of all marketing, merchandising, foodservice and gasoline programs maintaining an awareness of safety and security and high level of store appearance. • Promotes technology utilization and improved efficiencies. • Plans and prepares work schedules to provide the best possible level of customer service. • Performs other duties as assigned. • Builds strong, sales focused teams through recruiting, hiring, training and coaching to develop top performing team members. • Delegates and supervises team members in all store responsibilities. • Coaches team members on how to handle difficult and complicated situations. • Leads efforts to improve team usage of technology and learning Stripes business
Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) Operations Management
Are you looking for a rotational management program that will utilize your degree and further develop your leadership ability? If you answered "yes," then our Emerging Leaders program may be a great place for you to launch your career. As an Emerging Leader in the business operations track, you will have opportunities to make real contributions to GEICO’s bottom line. You'll work one-on-one with a mentor and interact with senior executives. We'll teach you the ins and outs of our industry-leading company, and support your professional development while you gain hands-on leadership experience. Throughout your program, you will have the great fortune to experience various aspects of our operations, including sales, customer service, claims, underwriting and planning. A typical day will depend on the discipline in which you are currently working! During the sales rotation, we'll show you what it takes to sell a GEICO policy. After completing your training and obtaining your insurance license, you will begin offering rate quotes and selling our exceptional products. In customer service, you'll learn how we keep millions of policyholders satisfied and what makes our service associates remarkable. Your rotation through claims will teach you how to investigate minor to major accidents, identify fraud and manage risk. Each rotation includes a chance to job shadow, develop your coaching and supervisory skills, and work on special projects. When you successfully finish your program, you’ll be ready for a future with enormous potential! Our goal is to place you in a position of significant responsibility within our business operations. Candidate Qualifications: * Bachelor's degree in business, computer science or related field * Master's degree and MBA graduates are encouraged to apply * At least a 3.50 overall GPA in undergrad and graduate studies * Very good analytical and problem-solving skills * Effective written and verbal communication skills * Demonstrated leadership experience * High level of dependability * Desire to one day become a manager * Willingness to relocate * Permanent U.S. work authorization
Emerging Leadership Program (ELP) Information Technology
Chevy Chase (Washington, DC Metro Area) Maryland
Emerging Leaders Program Information Technology Track Rotational Leadership Development Program Chevy Chase, Maryland (Corporate Headquarters) This career track is well suited for computer science, computer engineering, and information systems majors. Are you graduating with a technical degree, but looking for a company that will help develop you into a business leader? If you answered "yes," then our Emerging Leaders program may be a great place for you to launch your career. As an Emerging Leader in the Information Technology track, you'll make real contributions to GEICO's bottom line, while interacting with senior executives and associates at all levels. This highly selective program will teach you the ins and outs of our industry-leading company. We’ll support your professional development while you gain hands-on technical and management experience. During this three-year program, you'll learn our business by working on projects, attending business meetings, leading teams, and rotating through our Information Services, Systems Operations, and Internet Business departments. Projects you could work on include database upgrades and business analyses, development and design, new application rollouts, data migration and project management. Technologies we currently use include Java, C++, VB.net, Oracle, UNIX, J2EE and SQL. When you finish your program, you'll be ready for a future with enormous potential! Our goal is to place you in a position of significant responsibility within the technology-operations of our company. Requirements for this program include: • Bachelor's degree in a technical field • At least a 3.5 overall GPA in undergrad and graduate studies • Understanding of business practices • Very good analytical and problem-solving skills • Effective written and verbal communication skills • Demonstrated leadership experience • High level of dependability • Desire to one day become a manager • Permanent U.S. work authorization
Branch Banking and Trust Company (BB&T)
Leadership Development Program (LDP)
The Leadership Development Program (LDP) is a comprehensive, structured, training program that provides future leaders of BB&T with a strong foundation in the financial services industry. Training focuses on the following concentrations: 1. The Business Banking Concentration provides a foundation in understanding the core principles of Commercial Banking. Training focuses on the fundamentals of financial & credit analysis, commercial lending, credit risk management and business development. Associates may assume positions in client facing roles, sales support, credit analysis, or credit risk management. 2. The Corporate Concentrations may include: Corporate Support Functions: Audit Services, Financial Management (Corporate Accounting), Human Systems (Human Resources), Legal Division, Risk Management Organization, Support Services Operational Support Functions: Loan Services, Mortgage Lending Administration, Operations Other Revenue Generating Functions (excluding Business Banking): Capital Markets, Commercial Finance, Dealer Finance, Wealth Division Note: Some Corporate Associates may follow a Business Banking training curriculum. All concentrations have elements of intense classroom and on-the-job training. After successful completion of the training program, associates are prepared for positions with excellent opportunities for advancement. Traditionally, BB&T has two training programs in Winston-Salem, NC each year, one beginning in January, and one in July.
SQA LABS INC
Job Description: JAVA/JEE Developer will develop or customize software for client/server use. The Java/JEE Developer’s role is to design, develop, implement, analyze, and troubleshoot software programs and applications. Responsibilities include: •Configuring •Coding •Developing •Documentation Common System Platform and System Knowledge: JAVA, SERVLET, Struts, Swing, Hibernate, EJB, JDBC, XML, JVM, JSP, JMS, Java Script, ECLIPSE, Restful / Soap WEB Services, SPRING Framework, JSF, WEB Methods, Glassfish, SVN, Maven, WEB Logic, Web Sphere, TOMCAT Apache Server, MYSQL, MS SQL Server, T-SQL, Oracle SQL, PLSQL, Stored Procedures, Functions, PHP, Unix Shell
SQA LABS INC
Business Intelligence Developer
Information Systems, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, or related field. Job Description: The Business Intelligence Developer utilizes the latest business intelligence solutions including COGNOS and SQL Server to develop relational databases. Works with business users and customers throughout project life cycle for projects related to multidimensional data analysis and reporting solutions. Supports existing multidimensional cubes in order to create Analysis reports. Develops and delivers end user training for Business Intelligence solutions. Maintains user manuals, explores concepts such as web-based training, etc. Work with the Team to define, design, develop, and implement data processes, software and reporting solutions. Skills/Qualification: The ideal candidate will have prior knowledge of database concepts, and Master’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer
Elias Commercial Roof Systems
Sales person needed to network, promote, meet with potential clients, meet sales goals, work hand in hand with principal of firm to grow client base
Shell Employment Opportunities for Business and Commercial Students
Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies. With approximately 92,000 employees in over 70 countries, our aim is to help meet the world’s growing demand for energy in economically, environmentally and socially responsible ways. We are looking for remarkable students and graduates to join our team. In the US, we operate in 50 states and employ about 22,000 people. We are a leading oil and gas producer in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, a recognized pioneer in oil and gas exploration and production technology, and one of America’s leading oil and natural gas producers, gasoline and natural gas marketers and petrochemical manufacturers. Whether you join the technical, business, or corporate track, you will receive unparalleled formal training from world-leading experts. You’ll immediately be a part of a strong global network, working collaboratively with a diverse group of people from around the world. You’ll make an impact as part of a company that is at the forefront of the energy industry, helping us shape the future for everyone. The Shell Graduate Program is designed to offer you the training, opportunities, and support you need to develop your leadership skills and form the foundation of a remarkable career. Through a combination of rotations, company integration, local and global development, progress checks and assessments, you’ll experience a variety of opportunities that will enable you to learn and enhance your skills in a range of situations. You’ll work on challenging projects that will enhance your leadership skills and you will experience increased responsibilities to prepare you to progress quickly at the end of your training rotations. We hire for a wide range of business and commercial majors, including: Finance, Supply Chain & Distribution, Sales & Marketing, Human Resources, Contracts & Procurement, Trading, Commercial Upstream, and IT. Each of these divisions provides you with further details about the type of commercial opportunities and career paths available for you at Shell. Need help on deciding which major is best for you? Visit our website and browse through our interactive Degree Matcher to make your selection, by clicking on: http://www.shell.com/global/aboutshell/careers/students-and-graduates/toolkit/degree-matcher.html All candidates must apply and complete the online assessments at www.shell.us/careers before Shell is able to consider them for an interview on campus.
Internal Audit, Risk & Compliance – Entry Staff
Are you a college graduate looking for an opportunity to launch your career in a challenging and dynamic environment? Do you have strong analytical skills and business acumen with a client service mind set? This might be the opportunity for you! We are seeking talented and driven college grads to join our burgeoning Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance practice. We offer in-depth technical training in SOX and Internal Audit as well as thorough on-the-job training. We are interested enthusiastic individuals with a demonstrable track record of success. This is a great place for someone with an entrepreneurial spirit and the desire to maintain positive client relationships and cross sell the firm’s services. In this role, you will primarily be responsible for executing on projects in the following areas: • Sarbanes-Oxley Documentation and Testing • Internal Audit Function Start-up Services • IA Quality Assurance Reviews and Best Practice Implementation • Business Process and Internal Control Improvement Reviews • Application Control Reviews • Fraud Investigation Engagements • Regulatory Compliance Reviews • Management and Audit Committee Training You will work in a team environment, generally on-site at the client. Some travel is required, as we work with clients with operations throughout the U.S. and Internationally. Typical travel is 10%. Desired qualifications and skills: • Must have Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0 from an accredited university; Relevant Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business is strongly preferred • Must have some work experience in a professional environment. Experience in related position preferred • Demonstrated knowledge of basic business, technology, or audit principles/standards • Actively working toward passing the CPA or CIA exam preferred • Ability and willingness to travel • Superb communication and interpersonal skills • Consultative approach, eagerness to learn and grow their career in professional services Sound like you? Interested in learning more? Please apply on our website at uhy-us.com/careers or contact us directly: Kelli Rudelson, Recruitment Manager UHY Advisors TX, LLC email@example.com 713-407-3989 UHY ADVISORS, INC. UHY Advisors, Inc. is one of the top 20 professional services and business advisory firms in the country as ranked by Accounting Today, with offices across the U.S. with nearly 1,000 staff members. We are an independent U.S. member of UHY International which provides us with a global network of audit, tax and business consulting firms throughout the world. UHY International’s (www.uhy.com) worldwide network brings the resources of more than 7,000 staff in more than 270 cities and over 86 countries to client engagements. UHY Advisors is unique in that we are dedicated to connecting public companies, middle market companies and privately held companies with a diverse array of best in-class business and financial services. The core values that make us an industry leader include our intellectual depth, an excellent standard of service, and a relentless drive toward a better bottom line for our clients. We call this the Next Level of Service. Across the board, our professionals are as optimistic, confident and as capable as the leadership of the companies we serve. THE HOUSTON OFFICE The Houston office of UHY Advisors is enjoying more than 40 years of enterprise in Texas and has grown to be the largest non-Big 4 firm with an available staff of nearly 500 professionals. The firm serves both the middle market and has worked with 19 of the 23 Fortune 500 companies based in Houston. We offer sophisticated solutions in tax, audit, advisory, and forensic accounting in an environment where we value both the contributions of individuals and the power a teams. The firm prides itself on fostering an entrepreneurial spirit which our clients and professionals find refreshing and empowering. UHY LLP is a licensed independent CPA firm that performs attest services in an alternative practice structure with UHY Advisors, Inc. and its subsidiary entities. UHY Advisors, Inc. provides tax and business consulting services through wholly owned subsidiary entities that operate under the name of "UHY Advisors." UHY Advisors, Inc. and its subsidiary entities are not licensed CPA firms. UHY LLP and UHY Advisors, Inc. are U.S. members of Urbach Hacker Young International Limited, a UK company, and form part of the international UHY network of legally independent accounting and consulting firms. "UHY" is the brand name for the UHY international network. Any services described herein are provided by UHY LLP and/or UHY Advisors (as the case may be) and not by UHY or any other member firm of UHY. Neither UHY nor any member of UHY has any liability for services provided by other members.
Duff & Phelps
Analyst, Valuation Services
In order to be considered for a position at Duff & Phelps, you must formally apply via www.duffandphelps.jobs. At Duff & Phelps, we stand for the qualities that power sound decisions. And we believe that behind every good decision, you'll find solid thinking, proven experience and valuable insight. But all the numbers and facts in the world mean nothing without a top team of professionals to make sense of them all. That's where YOU come in - provided you're incisive, entrepreneurial and up for a challenge. We offer an environment where your talent and perspective matter - where you can make a real impact. Our Valuation Services practice helps clients fulfill complex financial reporting and tax requirements by combining technical expertise, mastery of sophisticated valuation methodologies, industry knowledge, objectivity and independence. We closely monitor the regulatory landscape and are deeply involved in the development of valuation industry standards and best practices that impact our clients. Join our team and together we'll power the sound decisions that enhance value - yours and ours. We are looking for Analysts to join our team in the Summer of 2015. Responsibilities: Valuation Services Analysts work on a variety of assignments, including financial modeling performed for acquisitions using discounted cash flow, market approach and transaction approach analyses, reviewing equity and debt securities with hedge funds and private equity funds, purchase price allocations, intellectual property valuations, business unit and asset impairment valuations, intangible asset valuations and stock option valuations for multiple industries. • Performing valuation analysis on a wide range of public and private entities within various industries using accepted and relevant approaches and theory • Designing and working with financial models for discounted cash flow, market multiple, market transaction and option pricing analyses • Independently gathering data pertinent to the engagement through direct client interaction and client site visits • Assisting in preparing and presenting the results of our analysis in a clear and concise manner • Contributing directly to the development of proposals, presentations and publications communicated to current and prospective clients • Performing in-depth client, industry, market and competitor research
Duff & Phelps
Analyst, Dispute Consulting
Dallas, Chicago, Morristown
In order to be considered for a position at Duff & Phelps, you must formally apply via www.duffandphelps.jobs. At Duff & Phelps, we stand for the qualities that power sound decisions. And we believe that behind every good decision, you'll find solid thinking, proven experience and valuable insight. But all the numbers and facts in the world mean nothing without a top team of professionals to make sense of them all. That's where YOU come in - provided you're incisive, entrepreneurial and up for a challenge. We offer an environment where your talent and perspective matter - where you can make a real impact. Our Dispute Consulting service line advises companies, individuals, and their attorneys on a broad range of issues in connection with litigation, mediation and arbitration. Our professionals analyze complex financial issues and valuation strategies and act as expert witnesses on behalf of numerous clients within a variety of industries, solidifying our reputation as a leading provider of insightful and objective financial and economic advice. Clients rely on our technical and industry expertise when dealing with issues related to intellectual property, securities and trading, forensic accounting, and other complex business matters relating to a dispute or potential dispute. Join our team and together we'll power the sound decisions that enhance value - yours and ours. We are seeking Analysts to join our team in Summer, 2015. Responsibilities: As a Dispute Consulting Analyst, you will be afforded the opportunity to work on engagements that include retrospective business valuations, solvency/fairness opinions, quantification of damages from a failed transaction or from lost profits, reasonable royalties related to intellectual property, financial securities valuations in a litigation matter and commercial/shareholder disputes. • Coordinating engagements to ensure the end product will support thorough and grounded expert financial opinions and/or provide quality consulting services to attorneys • Creating financial models and cash flow analysis, completing business related valuations and other analyses as dictated by the needs of the client or transaction • Developing and/or evaluating damages claims and calculations • Providing guidance to attorneys on key financial, valuation, and business issues • Obtaining an understanding of the drivers that affect value and creditworthiness of the subject company • Drafting of internal and external communications, including client proposals and expert reports
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Supervisor, Lease Marketing Analysis
Sugar Land, Texas
The Supervisor of Lease Acquisition and Analysis is a back office accounting position, created to help support the continued growth in this segment. The primary function of this position will be to manage the day to day operations of the Contract Administration and Lease Marketing Analysis group as well as assist in the development of improved processes and reports that will be required to support the growing business. The Lease Marketing Analysis group helps insure that the SXL is accurately reporting prices and volumes on crude purchases both for financial reporting and for customer relationship purposes. They are also critical to the setup and integration of all new lease purchasing activity. There will be two positions, each one will supervise lease analysis and contract administration activities for two of the four marketing regions. This position will be responsible for supervising a group of 7 to 9 professionals that deal with all phases of the lease acquisition back office function for two of our 4 marketing regions. Primary Responsibilities *Customer property and purchase contract setup and maintenance *Purchase customer interface and problem resolution *Direct responsibility to fully resolve purchase customer issues with SXL payments and related reporting *Contract analysis and creation for lease crude purchase contracts *Review and analysis of lease production run statements *Ad –hoc analysis (as required)
Entry Level Microsoft Dynamics CRM Developer
The Developer will be involved in all phases of the project life cycle from design to deployment; design, develop, test, analyze, and maintain software applications including integration with existing client systems. This individual will also provide documentation for solutions as required and work in a fluid team environment with other developers, analysts, project managers and client staff. While your primary function will be as a Developer, from time to time, we may also ask you to assist with other functions including sales and marketing, and general administration related activities. Position requires up to 20% travel. Responsibilities • Perform custom development of applications and enhancements to support Microsoft CRM implementation and/or custom development projects • Prepare system installations, configurations, customizations, design documentation, and user installation instructions • Build, test, and deploy data migrations and integrations between various application databases • Manage project scope, timeline, budget, and project deliverables
Branch Banking and Trust Company (BB&T)
Leadership Development Program-Audit Services
BB&T Overview: BB&T is one of the largest financial services holding companies in the U.S. with $188 billion in assets and market capitalization of $28.4 billion.(June 30, 2014) Based in Winston-Salem, N.C., the company operates 1,844 financial centers in 12 states and Washington, D.C., and offers a full range of consumer and commercial banking, securities brokerage, asset management, mortgage and insurance products and services. A Fortune 500 company, BB&T is consistently recognized for outstanding client satisfaction by J.D. Power and Associates, the U.S. Small Business Administration, Greenwich Associates and others. More information about BB&T and its full line of products and services is available at www.bbt.com. LDP Overview: The Leadership Development Program (LDP) is a comprehensive, structured, training program providing future leaders of BB&T with a strong foundation in the financial services industry. The Program consists of intense classroom and on-the-job training with an emphasis in providing excellent client service. After successful completion of the training program, associates are prepared for positions with excellent opportunities for advancement. Training in the LDP focuses on several concentrations, including Audit Services. Traditionally, BB&T has two training programs in Winston-Salem, NC each year, one beginning in January, and one in July. We are seeking candidates interested in an Internal Audit Rotational Opportunity for the January and July 2015 LDP class. Audit Services Overview: The risk management and governance landscape continues to evolve within the financial services industry. For this reason, internal audit and risk management professionals are playing a vital role in helping BB&T manage the changes, while continuing to maintain shareholder confidence. Audit Services supports the efforts of the organization by providing independent and objective risk-based internal audit assurance. Through the evaluation of risk management and internal control activities, Audit Services’ purpose is to deliver timely and relevant assurance of risk management and control effectiveness in support of BB&T’s leadership responsibilities and objectives. Internal Audit teams work with a variety of departments including: • Credit Lines of Business (commercial, mortgage, corporate, etc.) • Insurance • Trust & Wealth • Information Technology • Many more Rotational Opportunities: LDP Associates in the Rotational Internal Audit Concentration will participate in three rotations on various audit teams to: • Develop exposure and awareness to BB&T lines of business • Develop an understanding of risk management/monitoring and internal controls • Analyze and evaluate existing systems, processes/controls and operating procedures • Monitor effectiveness of internal controls and reliability of financial information In addition to performing audit work, associates may receive support to pursue industry related certifications including Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Public Accountant and Certified Information Systems Auditor.
Packaging Service Co., Inc.
Manager of Sales Operations
Packaging Service Co., Inc. – Pearland, TX – Local Candidates Only Packaging Service, Co., Inc. is currently looking for a Manager of Sales Operations. This position will work closely with sales and marketing management to monitor and continuously improve the efficiency and quality of sales business systems, process and data. Additionally, the Manager of Sales Operations is expected to make recommendations for change in sales process, incentives, strategy and tactics based on analysis of sales performance. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Tracks and reports sales and operational data for all aspects of the business for the designated sales market. Analyzes data received from support groups and identifies trends. Develops solutions to address areas of concern. Acts as a liaison on behalf of the VP of Sales and Marketing to support and work with cross-functional groups. Acts on behalf of or in conjunction with the VP of Sales and Marketing to guide the Sales Team in implementation. Provides consultative support with a full understanding of all business metrics, plans, actuals, forecasts, and trends. Provides order reporting and robust net sales reports as well as any other necessary reports. Participates in sales meetings and calls to provide report data and provide status on identified trends and concerns. Provides revenue reporting, forecasting and planning specific to designated region, along with metrics that drive the revenue. Participate in developing annual sales and cost plan/budget. Calculate and report monthly sales commissions.
Recruiter Leading into Sales
Responsibilities include o Identify qualified candidates through various, creative recruiting tools. o Screen and interview qualified candidates for current and future job requirements. o Complete client specific pre-employment processes. o Manage contract employees while on assignment. o Work with the Account Manager to identify top accounts, target skill sets, and key market segments. Career growth • You will develop a wide range of business skills from customer relationship management and problem solving skills, to negotiation and closing abilities • Successful recruiters will have the opportunity to move into an sales and account management role dealing with clients ranging from Fortune 1000 companies to small entrepreneurial firms
Management Development Program - Houston, TX
GEICO is looking for bright, driven college seniors and graduates to join our accelerated Management Development Program in the insurance Claims track. The goal of this 2.5 year* management training program is to develop future business leaders to help us continue on our path of steady growth, profitability and success. As a management trainee in Claims, you will learn all about what makes GEICO the fastest growing auto insurer in the U.S. and the choice of more than 12 million customers. You will be provided a solid foundation for leading a team within our insurance Claims department. In this development program, you will: * Attend industry-leading training focused on insurance claims handling * Gain hands-on customer service and claims experience, and build credibility by doing the job you’ll one day manage * Be mentored by successful GEICO managers * Build your ability to motivate, inspire and develop a team through our comprehensive supervisor preparation curriculum, development seminars and management forums * Coach claims associates and demonstrate your team management skills * Work on real life business projects and make meaningful contributions * Demonstrate your ability to achieve top results in claims This program is your first step toward building a rewarding career with GEICO. If you are intellectually curious and driven to be the best, there are no limits to the opportunity for you to advance your career here. Nearly 80% of our management team started their GEICO careers in an entry level position – including our CEO. It’s up to you how far you’ll go at GEICO!
IMA (Independent Marketing Alliance)
The position involves project management, coordinating and supporting Merchandising Directors of basic administrative roles to allow them to concentrate their efforts on management activity, and supporting the various IMA teams for achieving optimum results for IMA. Essential Functions: Support Directors of Merchandising Manage assigned processes and support management of supplier programs: Manage the IMA Supplier Database in Access to include proper documentations of Certificates of Insurance, Hold Harmless Agreements, Kosher Certificates, Confidentiality Agreements, and Trademark Licensing Agreements Management of Microsoft SharePoint for assigned categories RFP – Request for Proposals: Project Management of the RFP Process for assigned category to include maintenance of the master documents, tracking of all important dates in the Gantt Charts and reporting of any delays or issues to appropriate stakeholders Participate in the RFP presentation to the appropriate committees with details of the RFP’s Participate in RFP’s cuttings Communication with suppliers and members concerning information garnered during the RFP process Compile data from multiple sources through the RFP process. Interpret spreadsheets, analyze and provide summaries specifically utilizing Excel, Power Point and Email Project Management and Communication of program details, line extension details as well as provisional E BRAND programs to members Solicit, publish and track allowances to support more efficient capture by members Assist in the soliciting of past due Service Fees, POS and other payments Participate in and support various committees and personnel in the specific committee calls, meetings and manage follow up activity as needed This includes development of agendas, taking, distributing and archiving notes from the calls and meetings Interact effectively with the PAC, MAC, SAC, IMA Product Area Committee Members, IMA President, all Procurement Directors, Quality Assurance, Packaging / Labeling staff and agencies and the IMA Staff through all projects Manage IMA calendar with integrity and accuracy for assigned director Respond to all telephone calls and e-mail messages in a timely and professional manner
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
Financial Service Professional
We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our opportunity: Client Service & Support (CS&S) is the primary service and trading arm for Schwab Investor Services. CS&S provides service to our retail clients to fulfill our purpose of championing every client’s goals with passion and integrity. The vision for CS&S is being engaged financial service professionals who inspire client loyalty by providing guidance and solutions to fulfill clients' needs. With a focus on employee development and collaboration, we help clients and employees reach their goals. CS&S builds loyalty with clients and employees one interaction at a time. What you’ll do: As a Financial Service Professional (formerly Broker - Series 7 Licensed) you will have an opportunity to: •Demonstrate energy, empathy, and problem-solving skills while delivering unparalleled value and outstanding service to our clients via the phone, handling approximately 30 to 60 inbound calls per day (this is a phone based relationship with clients) •Provide exceptional on-going client support by handling day-to-day service requests via phone and email •Respond to research requests from clients, discuss financial products that meet their needs and proactively uncover business development opportunities •Engage clients in discussions involving market conditions and trends, provide investment education, empowering them to make well informed financial decisions that align with their goals and objectives •Collaborate with internal business partners and team members to resolve complex client inquiries, and develop knowledge of Schwab products and services •Through active listening and open ended dialogue, partner with clients to gain a thorough understanding of their financial needs •Utilize a cross section of technology and business experts within Schwab to identify efficient and effective methods to serve the spectrum of client needs •Engage in ongoing training and professional development activities focused on enhancing your technical skills and expanding your knowledge base Our Service Professionals Incentive Compensation program rewards excellent client service and profitable revenue growth. All Schwab employees have the ability to earn an annual bonus based on company results and personal performance.
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
Senior Manager- Content Marketing
San Francisco, CA
We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our Opportunity: Schwab Advisor Services is the nation’s leading Registered Investment Advisor custodian and for more than 25 years has helped independent registered investment advisors deliver an exceptional experience to their clients – an experience that goes beyond custody and supports an advisor’s entire business. When advisors custody with Schwab, they work with professionals who get to know them personally, offer unmatched industry know-how and help advisors apply that expertise to run their businesses. We set advisors up to do what they do best: serve their clients and run successful firms. The Advisor Services Marketing team develops effective communication strategies that build and strengthen relationships with advisors. The mission of Advisor Services Marketing is to create awareness and drive action from advisors to help them scale their businesses, navigate the marketplace, and serve their clients. The Advisor Services Marketing team is responsible for: •Understanding the needs of our advisor prospects and clients, in the multiple forms they may take. •Designing and executing effective marketing programs that lead advisors to take full advantage of Schwab’s products, programs, platforms, and services. •Working with marketing leadership, client experience partners, and client delivery teams on the implementation of marketing programs that support the launch and promotion of products, services, and solutions for advisors. •Partnering with cross-enterprise groups to improve the way advisors work, enhance the choices they have to offer their clients, and deepen their relationships with Schwab. The Senior Manager, Content Marketing, will report to the Managing Director of Content Marketing and will play an integral part in the creation and execution of a content strategy, supporting related initiatives geared toward advisors that demonstrate the breadth of our products, technology and services. The content strategy vision includes defining a management function that oversees the creation, distribution, management and measurement of relevant thought-provoking content to drive Schwab’s competitive advantage and deepen client engagement. Integral to content strategy, the Senior Manager will also be responsible for defining and measuring marketing channel effectiveness as well as recommending the optimal channel mix for specific communications programs and content What you’ll do: •Collaboration with director, key business and marketing partners, in the creation and execution of a content strategy and plan for Advisor Services •Supporting and running content related governance structures such as steering committees, editorial boards and editorial calendars. •Leading the creative development and execution of ongoing communication vehicles such as the Monthly Advisor Services Newsletter, Service Guide, Online Service Team Bios •Overseeing content quality ensuring the overall client experience with respect to the brand voice. •Monitoring and tracking programs against business goals to measure success. •Serving as a marketing consultant, resource, and expert to business and marketing partners around content management •Defining and measuring marketing channel effectiveness, and recommending optimal channel mix for specific communications programs
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
Client Service Professional
We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our opportunity: Client Service & Support (CS&S) is the primary service and trading arm for Schwab Investor Services. CS&S provides service to our retail clients to fulfill our purpose of championing every clients goals with passion and integrity. The vision for CS&S is being engaged financial service professionals who inspire client loyalty by providing guidance and solutions to fulfill clients' needs. With a focus on employee development and collaboration, we help clients and employees reach their goals. CS&S builds loyalty with clients and employees one interaction at a time. What you’ll do: Our Client Service Professionals are at the forefront of the client experience; delivering outstanding service to the clients of Charles Schwab Bank. In this role, you will serve as an expert on banking products and services as well as provide technical assistance and problem resolution to clients. This position requires the flexibility to troubleshoot issues and research solutions while simultaneously providing the help and guidance with financial transactions that Schwab’s clients have come to rely on. Representatives are paid a base salary of $34,000, and may receive additional compensation from overtime hours and shift differentials, along with the ability to earn a discretionary annual bonus up to $5,000, based on company results and individual performance. As a Client Service Professional, you will: Be a collaborative member on a small team of 10 – 15 professionals dedicated to resolving a variety of complex client inquiries including, but not limited to, navigating our products and services; deposit accounts, online bill pay, money link, mobile banking and debit cards. Deliver exceptional client service that delights clients while demonstrating ownership and accountability to ensure that all inquiries are handled efficiently and accurately Although this is not a face-to-face position, you will demonstrate passion, energy, empathy and problem solving skills while delivering unparalleled value and outstanding service to our clients via inbound calls, taking approximately 50 – 70 inbound calls per day Sensitively handle and troubleshoot escalated client calls by leveraging active listening skills and positive language while being attentive to non-verbal cues to understand a client’s needs Actively navigate between multiple computer programs at any one given time in a dual monitor environment With a focus on service, the client experience and "one call resolution", partner with and serve as a subject matter expert to internal Schwab employees and departments regarding bank products and procedures Engage in regular training or professional development activities Charles Schwab invests heavily in the development and ongoing learning of their employees through additional training, skills advancement, and Career Building Opportunities (CBO). For example, following six (6) months of employment, and with manager’s support, our Banking Service Specialists may be eligible to begin the process to self-study for the Series 7 and Series 63 brokerage licenses.
Aggreko is a global leader in providing temporary power generation, temperature control, and oil-free compressed air systems. Founded in 1962, Aggreko prides itself in inspiring confidence to its customers through equipment, services, relationships and the knowledge that always gets the job done. We are seeking a highly motivated, skilled, and dependable Buyer in the Houston, TX or New Iberia, LA area. This person will be responsible for: Source, negotiate and purchase capital equipment, parts and services as requisitioned and approved by various Area Service Centers. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS Work closely with the National Purchasing Manager, Area Managers, Ops Manager & Coordinators to secure equipment, parts and services as required for day to day operations. Purchasing tools includes both the traditional purchase order and purchasing cards. Adhere to our National strategy for the procurement of goods and services and help define and implement a mixture of national, regional and local vendors to provide the goods and services our service center required for their day to day operations in order to achieve better pricing and delivery. Receive orders from remote locations around the country. Prioritize for ordering due to urgency and lead time. Coordinate orders with respect to delivery schedules, lead times and with the local service centers and their management personnel. Coordinate and secure all of the specifics required to acquire the good/service and is required by the vendor to ensure the purchase is correct. Provide follow-up on orders, with suppliers, to ensure delivery or requisitioned goods and services are delivered on time, in the manner, quantity and quality as specified. Source & qualify local and regional vendors to Aggreko standards ensuring the appropriate vendor data is received and maintained, such as but not limited to securing proof of insurance and master service agreements from select vendors. Resolve discrepancies and/or disputes that arise between service centers and vendors on his/her orders pertaining to areas such as: Terms, transport, OS&D items, performance and quality. Prepare, coordinate and analyze RFPs for various spend categories. Initiate cost savings initiatives and tracks results. Negotiate discount payment terms, freight terms, volume discounts, annual and/or quarterly rebates and service level expectations with local, regional and national suppliers. Actively engage in Capital Expenditure purchasing process by providing sourcing, negotiating and expediting support to Project Managers. Design and implement formal supplier performance reviews for assigned vendors. Utilize category management and supplier rationalization principles for assigned category spend. ADDITIONAL JOB FUNCTIONS Maintains relationships with vendors, service centers and networks with other Buyers to stay abreast of industry trends.
Winter Park Resort
Central Reservations Sales Agent - Full Time & Part Time
Winter Park, CO
Responsibilities include providing personal, responsive, and professional service to all guests in selling all aspects of guests’ reservations in the Winter Park area, including lodging, air/rail and ground transportation, ski rentals, ski lessons, lift tickets, trip insurance, and other products as they become available. Provides information, answers questions, handles complaints and assists each guest regarding activities and tickets, lift and trail access, and general information about the Winter Park/Fraser area with an eye to closing sales and upselling to the visiting vacationer. Along with the selling responsibilities a major emphasis is put on the outbound sales campaigns to include a focused outbound program for products and services as well as follow up on quotes and upsell opportunities. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: •Handle inbound calls in a timely fashion. Fax, and e-mail requests for new reservations and information, as well as make changes and cancellations to existing reservations. •Determine guest needs using active listening skills and needs determination questions –provide information and available options for client to make an informed decision regarding vacation planning. •Research and source information for lodging, activities, and transportation based on client request and preferred location. •Effectively use upselling and cross-selling techniques to enhance client experience. •Accurately inform guest of reservation details such as lodging descriptions, rates, locations, deposit, cancellation policies, and travel insurance. •Accurately and thoroughly input and record reservation data. •Operation of several software programs; accuracy with keyboarding, clarity of communication with guests, strategic partners and Resort teams. •Maintain current and updated information on all WP Call Center and Resort policies, packages, and area activities. •Outbound contacts to covert quotes and upsell ancillary products. •Participate in specific outbound sales campaigns as assigned. •Engage in first phase of service resolution regarding guest issues. •Align with both the Mission Statement and Core Values of Winter Park Resort.
Public Sector Business Planning Analyst and Strategist
This position is located in Houston, TX. HP’s Printing and Personal Systems organization, a $65 billion annual revenue business that includes personal computers, technical workstations, printers, graphics solutions, managed-print services and internet services. The PPSA Business Planning team works with sales leadership, regional product groups and country managers and to define, manage, and operationally execute business plans against defined strategic objectives. As a member of the Business Planning team, this position engages closely with the sales leadership in order to drive business execution excellence on a day to day basis. This role will work with the Public Sector Business lead based in Houston Texas to develop business management information and reporting deliverables with emphasis on sales coverage design and productivity measurement. This is a graduate position to develop and promote candidates into higher level planning and strategy roles. The candidates will learn and participate in a wide range of HP business planning and operational activities. Key work streams will include: · Sales Coverage model analytics to design optimized sales model and ensure the most profitable utilization of sales resources · Customer revenue and analytics · Tactical business management support to sales leadership team · Participation in the definition of annual goals and key initiatives to drive growth and profitability. · Development of detailed execution plans and mechanisms to monitor performance against plan Activities may include: · Segment margin reporting and forecasting · P&L Improvement plans Channel Program design · Decision support analytics and reporting · Quota design and deployment · Account coverage and sales rep assignments · Ad hoc business reporting/modeling · Special projects Other roles include: · Communication of strategic process decisions and plans, program status · Representing the needs of the public sector business to drive process improvements · Identifying the need for new processes as well as significant improvements to major processes and driving their development and implementation.
Winter Park Resort
Lodging Division Administrative Coordinator - 11 Months - Full Time
Winter Park, CO
This individual plays a critical support role in the Winter Park Resort Lodging and Property Management Division (WPRL) which comprises the following departments: Front Desk; Housekeeping; Condo Maintenance; Owner Relations; HOA Management; Commercial Management; Village Company, and the Vintage Hotel. This individual will be the "go-to" resource for the Vice President of Lodging and Lodging Department Managers and will monitor and manage all business-critical administrative functions that allow for the efficient and fiscally-responsible operation of the division at large. Key administrative functions include overseeing the efficient operation and professional presentation of the Lodging Administration Offices; document management; reporting and analysis of all guest feedback data; assisting with owner/guest/employee communications (using a variety of media); assisting with review and analysis of divisional financial performance; act as the point person for all VIP lodging guests; providing high-quality minute-taking for HOA Boards Of Director Meetings; event management (employee and owner); conducting industry research/benchmarking as part of special lodging projects; and create and maintain a positive and productive working relationships with resort peers on behalf of the Lodging Division. As "the face of the Lodging Division", the Lodging Division Administrative Coordinator has all the answers or knows where to find them; is an exemplary team player and is someone who considers the resort lodging and hospitality industry as their passion and career. ESSENTIAL DUTIES 1. Responsible for the professional, efficient and fiscally-responsible daily operation of the lodging administration offices and supporting the general lodging division operation: 1.1. Oversee organization, logistics, JIT supply and maintenance of all office supplies and equipment. 1.2. Receive supplies from vendors, codes invoices according to department budgets; manages on-charging to external parties (e.g. HOAs) when necessary. 1.3. Oversee all document management (physical and electronic) to ensure privacy and security policies are enforced while ensuring easy access by appropriate team members when necessary. 1.4. Manage incoming & outgoing USPS, UPS and Fedex deliveries. 1.5. Create, document & maintain SOPs for key office processes. 1.6. Act as a Kronos Timekeeper both to support managers/supervisors and to conduct division-wide monitoring of labor. 1.7. Assist with review and analysis of divisional financial performance during the monthy variance and forecasting process and the annual business planning/budgeting process. Able to investigate and retrieve accurate financial information from WPR’s finance and accounting systems. 1.8. Create and maintain a positive and productive working relationships with resort peers on behalf of the Lodging Division. 1.9. Be willing, able and ready (trained) to jump in and assist in all Lodging Division departments whenever required. 2. Reporting and analysis of all guest-feedback data: 2.1. Regularly run reports (e.g. Unifocus & RRC & SurveyMonkey) to ensure guest-centric KPIs are being appropriately tracked on behalf of the Lodging Division. Create sub-reports to allow individual departments to understand where they stand. 2.2. Conduct regular reviews and additional research on third-party guest feedback loops (e.g. Trip Advisor) and create concise summaries about what the data shows. 2.3. Analyze all guest feedback data against current year goals, prior year actuals and industry benchmarks, highlighting areas of concern for review by management team. 2.4. Identify any issues/guest feedback that requires immediate escalation to management for resolution. 2.5. Manage all additional guest feedback coming in from any other channels (e.g. direct-to-GM mail, email) and communicate with appropriate lodging manager to address. 2.6. Generate high-quality/high accuracy VOC (voice of customer) summaries using both qualitative and quantitative data. 2.7. Accurately monitor and track all service recovery costs (hard and soft). 3. Assist with owner, guest and employee communications: 3.1. Professionally answer phone calls, emails and other correspondence. 3.2. Create or assist with creation and distribution of internal employee memos and other notifications. 3.3. Generate responses on behalf of the Lodging Division in cases of guest service issues and oversee use of all service recovery mechanisms. 3.4. Ensure all mandated communications/notifications are posted in appropriate locations. 3.5. Assists the Lodging Division on the creation and implantation of homeowner newsletters, presentation, and correspondence. 4. Act as the point person for all VIP lodging guests: 4.1. Review availability and make reservations in the SMS system. 4.2. Trigger all appropriate flags, notifications and protocols for VIP stays. 4.3. Ensure all appropriate groups (e.g. Front Desk, Housekeeping) are notified of impending VIP arrivals. 4.4. Oversee delivery of any special correspondence and/or gifts to the VIP rooms. 5. Provide high-quality administrative services to the Lodging Division Team & Homeowner Associations under WPRL’s management: 5.1. Set-up and management of meetings (invitations; location; catering, AV, etc.). 5.2. Create & distribute BOD meeting packages, meeting notices, proxies and other materials as directed. 5.3. Take accurate and well-written meeting minutes and distribute in a timely manner. 6. Event management: 6.1. Support the Director and Managers with staging various events throughout the year including internal events (e.g. employee recognition) and external events (e.g. owner socials; board meetings; annual owner meetings and celebrations; and merchant meetings). 6.2. Assist will all tasks related to such events as directed including invitations, catering, location bookings, entertainment, and logistics. 7. Conduct industry research/benchmarking as part of assigned special projects: 7.1. Monitor industry trends and bring information to the group which may be of use to lodging team members. 7.2. Conduct competitive benchmarking as directed. 7.3. Research products, services and best-practices as directed. 7.4. Complete special projects – often self-directed/indepedently. This job description is an overview of the scope of responsibilities and is not intended to be an inclusive list of job tasks and expectations. With the evolution of this resort and position, the responsibilities of this position may change.
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
Associate Financial Service Professional
We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our opportunity: We are currently offering the opportunity for dynamic and engaging individuals to join our Client Service & Support (CS&S) team. CS&S is the primary service and trading arm for Schwab Investor Services. CS&S is a team of financial services professionals who provide guidance and solutions to help our retail clients take charge of their futures. We build trust and inspire confidence through exceptional service one connection at a time. With a focus on inspiring client loyalty and a commitment to employee engagement through career development, we support clients and employees in reaching their goals. Schwab provides extensive training and internal support that affords employees the opportunity to be successful in service delivery. Our Service Professionals inspire client loyalty by being the "voice of Schwab" for our clients, supporting and complementing our Branch partners who are the "face of Schwab". Our team members handle over 9.5 million client calls annually allowing us the opportunity to build personalized relationships with each client through meaningful dialogue. In turn, our clients have entrusted us with $2.31 trillion in assets and 9.2 million active brokerage accounts. Results like this don’t just happen, they are earned! We are honored to have earned the trust and relationships we have with our clients. What you’ll do: As an Associate Financial Service Professional (formerly Broker Trainee Program) you will have an opportunity to: •Demonstrate energy, empathy, and problem-solving skills while delivering unparalleled value and outstanding service to our clients via the phone, handling approximately 30 to 60 inbound calls per day (this is a phone based relationship with clients) •Utilize a cross section of technology and business experts within Schwab to identify efficient and effective methods to serve the spectrum of client needs •Through active listening and open ended dialogue, partner with clients to gain a thorough understanding of their financial needs •Collaborate with internal business partners and team members to resolve complex client inquiries, and develop knowledge of Schwab products and services •Assist Schwab clients in navigating our website, respond to client inquiries including account servicing, and field inquiries related cost basis and product knowledge support •Engage in ongoing training and professional development activities focused on enhancing your technical skills and expanding your knowledge base Upon licensing, you will fully perform the duties of a Financial Service Professional; your client conversations may also include: •Actively listen to clients, identify opportunities to introduce Schwab offerings and guide them to the proper solutions •Engage clients in discussions involving market conditions and trends, provide investment information and education to clients, as well as place trades •Respond to research requests from clients, discuss financial products that meet their needs and proactively uncover business development opportunities •Our Service Professionals Incentive Compensation program rewards, excellent client service and profitable revenue growth. All Schwab employees have the ability to earn an annual bonus based on company results and personal performance.
Mike Manoloff CPA
Taxation CPA firm located at 59 & Hillcroft, M-F 8-5, work in Ultratax, CSA, Quickbooks, tax research, cost reporting for medicaid and medicare. Fixed asset schedules, exposure to payroll. 1120,1040,1065, Franchise tax returns.
University Graduates (U.S.) - Legal & Contracts Representative
Overview Bechtel has a long tradition of technical and engineering excellence in supporting multiple industries. Our employees use their ideas and ingenuity to create innovative, practical, and cost-effective solutions for our customers. Contracts professionals at Bechtel support our interests in regards to the law and the agreements with suppliers, vendors, and customers. The total number of Contracts positions hired and start dates are subject to workload and business conditions. Locations will vary based on project needs, and include Frederick, MD, Glendale, AZ, Houston, TX, Reston, VA, and San Francisco, CA among others. General Job Duties Contracts professionals are typically responsible for: Gather and compile support data for the preparation of documents and the administration of (Sub)contracts. Assist (Sub)Contract Manager or (Sub)Contract Administrators in completion of the various administrative tasks required by the Contract/Subcontract Management Manual; Standard Work Process Procedures and automated (Sub)contract management systems. Organize materials for the preparation of meetings, presentations and training sessions. Assist in the preparation of periodic status reports. Conducts investigations and inquiries into specific (Sub)contract problems and may provide assistance in claims research Basic Qualifications Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management/Engineering, Business, Business Law OR Juris Doctorate Degree Strong Attention to detail, commercial awareness, and analytical problem-solving capabilities Basic computer skills including Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Power Point) Demonstrate administrative and organizational skills. Have some basic knowledge of contract types, terms and legal requirements. Have some basic knowledge of law, negotiations, accounting or cost engineering gained through education or experience. Preferred Qualifications Master of Science degree in Construction Management/Engineering, Business, Business Law Minor in Civil Engineering Knowledge of methods of library research. Skill in writing, summarization; editing, preparing reports, and basic legal analysis. Currently enrolled in a JD degree program Familiarity with general construction and contracting practices Previous internship experience with an Engineering, Construction Company Demonstrated skills in oral and written communication Flexible in job location
University Graduates (U.S.) - Site Acquisition Representative
Overview Bechtel has a long tradition of technical and engineering excellence in supporting multiple industries. Our engineers use their ideas and ingenuity to create innovative, practical, and cost-effective solutions for our customers. Site Acquisition Representatives provide preliminary review/documentation of site acquisition reports for lease execution, zoning approvals, building permits, client and owner interfacing, as well as preliminary input to the Bechtel tracking systems. The total number of hires and start dates are subject to workload and business conditions. Locations will vary based on project needs, and include Frederick, MD, Houston, TX and Reston, VA, among others. General Job Duties Site Acquisition Representatives are typically responsible for: Provides review/documentation of Site Acquisition reports for lease execution, zoning approvals, building permits, client and owner interfacing, as well as input to the Bechtel tracking systems at the direction of an experienced Site Acquisition Manager. Reviews title reports to verify that correct ownership is represented on lease agreements. Determines the need to obtain non-disturbance agreements from landlords through review of title reports. Provides input to Site Acquisition market status reports, updates and maintains project database. Gathers evidence of a fully executed lease with appropriate exhibits, final zoning approval documentation and drawings, building permits, and stamped construction drawing to ensure consistency. Assists subcontractors in preliminary lease negotiations by providing alternate language on terms and conditions. Gathers site related data; organizes and reports same to managers and customers. Analyze data using basic statistics and tools and prepare charts and graphs. Coordinates assigned work with other technical personnel as directed Assists in development and verification of project control documents and status reports Participates in and fosters a work environment that is based upon openness, trust, communications, teamwork, empowerment, innovation, and satisfaction. Basic Qualifications Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management, Engineering Sciences, Real Estate, Property Management, Law, Commercial Property or related field from an accredited college or University Possess the eligibility to work and remain in the U.S. without sponsorship Ability and willingness to relocate and/or travel to domestic and/or international project jobsites Intermediate desktop automation skills required (MS Office Suite) Preferred Qualifications Master of Science degree in in Construction Management, Engineering Sciences, Real Estate, Property Management, Law, Commercial Property or related field from an accredited college or University Possession of current real estate license Completed relevant coursework with a strong GPA Prior co-op or internship experience Excellent written and oral communication skills
Applied Optoelectronics Inc
Sugar Land, TX
Cost Accountant maintains cost accounting records including cost data files, cost of sales, cost of production and engineering change notices, bills of material, direct labor and overhead rate tables, operating cost factors and item coding. Compiles, analyzes, summarizes, classifies and records manufacturing cost data for products, parts and materials. Assist with the monthly financial close process ensuring accurate financial statements.
1. Software Support- Provide high quality first line of software support to end users on a variety of issues. Respond to and diagnoses problems through discussion with users; ensure a timely process through which problems are controlled. Respond to telephone calls, email and online request for technical support. Document, track and monitor the problem to ensure a timely resolution. 2. Provide remote or onsite software training for all end users. Help new clients with basic data entry tasks if the needs exists; Support and maintain effective relationship with all clients; 3. Provide ongoing assistance to our sales department through cold phone calls and email marketing. 4. Develop new business opportunities through existing clients network; 5. Regular client engagement that will increase client loyalty that will result in expanding revenues.
Deloitte Financial Advisory Services Forensic Associate
Deloitte FAS LLP Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP ("Deloitte FAS") advises clients on managing business controversy and conflict, executing deals, and maintaining regulatory compliance. We provide services to companies throughout their lifecycle. Specifically, we help clients address serious business concerns involving fraud, forensic investigations, litigation and reorganization. Through Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC, our wholly owned securities brokerage subsidiary, we assist clients with originating and executing transactions and strategic investments for mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, and capital planning. We also advise businesses on valuation issues and other matters to help them remain compliant in today's rigorous regulatory environment. Our dedicated Deloitte FAS professionals bring vast experience, specialized skill sets and deep industry knowledge to our clients. This personalized level of service, combined with the market reach and technical resources of the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) member firms and their affiliates, enables us to respond to the complex and diverse needs of our clients around the world. Forensic Our Forensic professionals inspect accounting and business records and provide detailed analysis to help uncover essential facts and insights. We can bring to bear the range of our forensic investigation skill set to help our clients understand and analyze events or issues and prepare to deal with them. We have developed methodologies and strategies that help clients handle difficult circumstances. With decades of dispute consulting experience and through thousands of cases of various types and descriptions, we have a solid track record of helping counsel with challenging financial and economic issues in complex litigation and other business dispute cases. We are trained to provide financial insight and clarity to counsel during the various stages of a business dispute, from case theory development and discovery to expert witness testimony. The successful candidate will be an ambitious team player, passionate about business, work and client relationships, with an outstanding talent for proactively managing and successfully resolving high-stress situations.
Deloitte Financial Advisory Services Business Valuation Associate
Deloitte FAS LLP Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP ("Deloitte FAS") advises clients on managing business controversy and conflict, executing deals, and maintaining regulatory compliance and analyzing strategic business issues. We provide professional services to companies and organizations around the globe and throughout their lifecycle. Specifically, we help clients address serious business concerns involving fraud, forensic investigations, litigation and reorganization. Through Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC, our wholly owned securities brokerage subsidiary, we assist clients with originating and executing transactions and strategic investments for mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, and capital planning. We also advise businesses and organizations on valuation issues and other strategic matters to help them enhance their companies and remain compliant in today's rigorous regulatory environment. Our dedicated Deloitte FAS professionals bring vast experience, specialized skill sets and deep industry knowledge to our clients. This personalized level of service, combined with the market reach and technical resources of the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) member firms and their affiliates, enables us to respond to the complex and diverse needs of our clients around the world. Business valuation Our Business Valuation professionals advise clients on the complex issues surrounding critical financial and economic events, high-profile transaction strategic business imperativess. We bring to bear the range of our deep financial and valuation acumen, as well as knowledge of the latest in compliance and regulations, to help our clients understand, analyze, and respond to the opportunities and challenges presented by these events and transactions and key business decision. We leverage a range of highly technical methodologies and strategies – from valuation and financial modeling to asset strategies and analysis to lender advisory and creditor support services – to help grow and protect our clients’ mission, reputation, and resources.
PG Professional Golf
Customer Relations Associate
Sugar Land, TX
Lostgolfballs.com retrieves golf balls from the lakes and water hazards of over 2000 resorts, private facilities and top courses in 44 states. The balls are shipped to one location where they are cleaned and sorted by hand. We are the largest recycled golf ball company in the world. LostGolfBalls.com is seeking for an E-Commerce Customer Relations Associate with the ability to establish and maintain customer relationships. Duties and Responsiblities • Build relationships with customers and communicate promotional services. • Responsible for assisting customer’s needs with product selection, order replacement and resolutions • Resolve customer’s dissatisfaction of products by making comprehensive analysis of each situation. • Research and Analyze data from eCommerce channels such as LostGolfBalls.com, ebay, and Amazon and provide KPI reports on a weekly basis. • Maintain E-Commerce hybrid websites with pricing, inventory and order fulfillment. • Work closely with the production department to ensure product satisfaction. • Work effectively with others in a team environment to accomplish organizational goals and to identify and resolve problems. • Assist E-Commerce Coordinator in maintain company’s social media presence.
Associates perform a broad range of auditing, accounting and consulting activities for our clients.
Buckeye International, Inc.
Buckeye's Sales Management Program
Position is nationwide with 30 offices
Buckeye International’s Sales Management Program Buckeye was founded in 1844 and is a nationally branded manufacturer of floor coatings, hand hygiene products, and cleaning chemicals for institutional use. Buckeye has roughly 230 independent dealers throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Buckeye International also has 29 company owned distribution centers, which we call Buckeye Cleaning Centers. These company owned offices/distribution centers is where recent college graduates begin their exciting career in Buckeye’s Sales Management Program. The Sales Management Program offers the following: Professional Sales and Product Training, Base Salary plus bonus, Promotions from within the program, a defined career path, full-benefit program and 401(K) options. Professional Sales and Product Training Buckeye provides one-on-one training in a structured 90 day program. During this time you’ll receive vast product knowledge, detailed sales training, and hands-on selling opportunities. This extensive training gives new hires the ability to confidently represent Buckeye products and services to existing and future customers. Upon completion of the 90 day training program, candidates are sent to Buckeye International World HQ in St. Louis, MO to receive a week of additional training with the focus on refinement of selling skills, product knowledge, and organizational techniques. The visit to Buckeye World HQ also gives you a full perspective of the company’s culture and values. This is accomplished by you having direct interaction with management in various departments during your week visit. After the week, you are now even better prepared to handle the responsibilities of the Field Sales Representative position. Field Sales Representative The Field Sales Representative sells the Buckeye line of environmentally/user friendly products to a specific market segment within the sales territory. We define these market segments as schools and government, healthcare, and industrial/contract cleaning. As a Field Sales Representative, you would be assigned one of these market segments within the territory. The Field Sales Representative position offers a tremendous amount of autonomy with reps able to make their own schedule of appointments on a monthly basis. Representatives don’t have to worry about being stuck behind a desk all day. They cover a 30-50 mile radius around their city and they are the ONLY reps selling the high quality line of Buckeye product in their city. This means that Buckeye Field Sales Representatives have an exclusive right with Buckeye products in their sales territory. Quality Buckeye products help Field Sales Representatives develop long-term relationships with their customers. Marking a year in the Sales Management Program, Buckeye provides the opportunity for Field Sales Representatives to return to the World HQ for an Advanced Leadership and Sales Training Course. The Advanced Leadership and Sales Training Course is one part classroom training and one part hands-on training with team building exercises. This is a fun week! However, keep in mind that this is work and the goal is to better develop one’s skills so that they can lead their peers and their sales territory more effectively. At the 2 - 2 1/2 year mark and with managerial discretion Field Sales Representatives are eligible for the next step in the program, which is called the Account Executive. Account Executive The Account Executive Position is for candidates seeking additional leadership responsibilities. Some of these responsibilities would include top tier account management, conducting sales meetings, training, interviewing, and inventory control. They are the go-to person for Field Sales Representatives and the General Manager. They help foster leadership and sales growth by supporting Field Sales Representatives with training and mentorship. Account Executives also gather collectively as a group three times a year at Buckeye International World HQ to discuss various topics that help the growth of Buckeye International. After completion of the Account Executive Position, the next step in the program is the Manufacturing Sales Representative. Manufacturing Sales Representative The Manufacturing position is the next step in the program. The primary objective of the Manufacturing Sales Representative is to expand and promote Buckeye International's presence in the sanitary maintenance industry. This is achieved through independently owned distributors and Buckeye corporate owned cleaning centers. Buckeye International has over 230 exclusive distributors throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe who look to Manufacturing Sales Representatives in their geographic territory for sales leadership and product knowledge. Manufacturing sales representatives must motivate, train, excite and challenge each distributor's sales force in order to meet or exceed their given territory’s sales forecast. After the Manufacturing Sales Representative Position, the choices of a career path at Buckeye International Inc. are limitless. Some of the choices are: National Accounts Department Symmetry Hand Hygiene Sales Reflections Wood Floor Care Sales Marketing Department Training Department Recruiting Department Regional Sales Managers Regional Directors of Buckeye Cleaning Centers General Manager for a Buckeye Cleaning Center Buckeye International Inc. has been financially stable for many years and is continuing to grow in revenue and in personnel. This is due to the high quality of talent that Buckeye International hires in its Sales Management Program. Please submit your resume today and Grow With Us.
Winter Park Resort
Intrawest Director of Revenue Management
The Intrawest Director of Revenue Management (DoRM) role differs slightly from traditional hotel/airline revenue management roles based on its significant focus on business analytics, analytical modeling, and quantitative analyses of various pricing models in our lines of business. The DoRM is responsible and accountable for leading the pricing and revenue management strategy for Intrawest resorts, with specific emphasis on ticket, pass, and lodging revenue management. This position works directly with the resort-based revenue managers, finance directors and analysts, marketing & sales teams, as well as finance leaders in the Intrawest Denver office to integrate quantitative and qualitative analyses into the daily revenue management process. The successful DoRM will use available data and reporting tools to generate analytical models designed to optimize pricing plans that drive positive financial results for Intrawest. ESSENTIAL DUTIES •Refine quantitative models to predict future demand. •Lead weekly, monthly, and yearly processes to set overall pricing plans, base prices, and yield plans. •Develop daily process to analytically consider future demand and adjust prices accordingly to maximize revenue. •Continually review existing reporting and analytics to ensure metrics are meaningful, relevant, efficient, and instill executive-level confidence in the central Revenue Management process. •Work with Corporate and Resort teams on development of new products and appropriate pricing plans. •Lead a remote team of Revenue Managers based at our North American resorts.
The purpose of the Recruiter within the Recruiting Center is to provide recruiting support on a national level to all Pro Staff locations by understanding market needs and proactively planning for recruiting activities. Core fundamental duties of the Recruiter include: • Participates in meetings with branch locations to understand critical and current hiring needs as well as provides updates on candidate pipeline. • Assist in the creation of sourcing strategies in order to proactively meet clients’ needs. • Responsible for sourcing candidates for positions with various Pro Staff clients using a variety of resources. • Performs high volume screening of candidate resumes and conducts basic qualifying interviews over the phone on a daily basis. • Demonstrates ability to successfully match qualified candidates to the right position based on screening activity. • In addition to sourcing responsibilities, interviews and profiles candidate, conducts background and reference checks, and performs related recruiting and sourcing functions; determines the best-qualified Talent for open positions at client locations and places appropriate individuals on assignment. • Recruits for skilled direct hire positions for a variety of Pro Staff clients. • Communicates Atterro and client policies and procedures regarding employment, expectations, job requirements, benefits, and other employment conditions. • Manages the talent database by entering the qualified candidates and ensures all recruiting activity is tracked. • Schedules qualified candidates for further in person interviewing by coordinating with the branch locations. • Assists with communicating talent benefits, programs, referral opportunities, and other information to candidates and talent. • Promotes Atterro as an "employer of choice" through positive customer relations.
Financial Advisor (Various Texas Openings)
Various Openings include: Austin, Brownsville, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio
Make AXA Advisors your First and Last Stop Job Description AXA Advisors is seeking driven individuals looking to work in an industry with unprecedented growth as Financial Professionals. When entering the workforce for the first time, stability, financial freedom, and building a skillset through training and development are the most important factors that job seekers look for when searching for their ideal job. Many entry level professionals discover that it is difficult to find a position that provides all of these things. The Financial Professional is an independent position that provides entry level professionals the opportunity to build their own business and financial success potential by helping individuals and families make strong financial decisions to impact their future positively. The amount of support we provide for our Financial Professionals is unparalleled in the industry. We make the route to success very easy if you have the drive and motivation to make it happen. While other companies may throw their new employees into the fire and hope that a handful succeed, we believe in the people that we hire and will work with them constantly until they are ready to take the reins of their business and go full speed ahead. If you are at the beginning of your career and looking for a job that you can turn your hard work into financial success, you owe it to yourself to discover a world of opportunity with one of the most respected and growing full service financial services companies! As a Financial Professional, you will be primarily focused on growing your own financial services practice with the support and strength of one of the nation’s leading financial services firms. The work environment is fast paced, energetic and enthusiastic and is ideal for likeminded individuals. Benefits As an AXA Advisors Financial Professional, you’ll be part of a recognized, respected company that offers: • High earnings potential and comprehensive benefits • Training, support and hands-on management • Advancement/management opportunities Company Overview AXA Advisors, LLC is a member of the global AXA Group, "AXA Group" refers to AXA, a French holding company for a group of international insurance and financial services companies, together with its direct and indirect consolidated subsidiaries, including AXA Equitable. AXA Group is a worldwide leader in financial protection and wealth management. AXA's operations are diverse geographically, with major operations in Europe, North America and the Asia/Pacific Area. AXA Advisors is positioned to offer highly motivated, achievement-driven individuals an opportunity to grow a thriving business. Make AXA Advisors your first choice! AXA Group’s activities in insurance and wealth management are offered through its principal U.S. subsidiary, AXA Financial, Inc. and AXA Financial’s strong family of brands, including AXA Advisors, LLC, AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company, Alliance Bernstein, and MONY Life Insurance Company. AXA Advisors, LLC (NY, NY 212-314-4600) member SIPC, is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V. GE-82007 (02/13)
Entry Level Microsoft Dynamics CRM Consultant
The Entry Level Microsoft Dynamics CRM Consultant is responsible for assisting Senior Consultants and Architects during the implementation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM projects for small, medium and large enterprises. The Consultant will be responsible for ensuring a successful solution is delivered on-time and on-budget and that the customers’ expectations are exceeded - quality and consistency is a must! He/she will provide configuration skills, functional knowledge and manage client relationships within context of individual role. While your primary function will be as a Consultant, from time to time, we may also ask you to assist with other functions including sales and marketing, and general administration related activities. Position requires up to 20% travel. Responsibilities • Customer Satisfaction • Assist the Senior Consultants and Architects when working with customers to understand their business requirements. Document the meetings, requirements and assist in preparing the deliverables for the customer. • Perform configuration, integration, testing, training, documentation and support for Dynamics CRM solutions that follow the mcaConnect methodology as designed by the Architect or Senior Consultant. • Communicate effectively in all mediums and to all levels within the organization • Perform CRM configurations in accordance with the Best Practices of mcaConnect and the project design document.
Cash Management Analyst
The Rand Group, LLC
Rand Group, LLC (RG) is a professional services firm that combines expertise in the areas of accounting, business process analysis and information technology to deliver business solutions that maximize efficiency and create measurable results. Our team of CPA's, Microsoft Certified System Developers and Microsoft Certified System Engineers drive solutions that integrate people, processes, and technology ensuring a better blueprint for business. RG was formed in 2003 by the acquisition of the technology consulting division of Hein & Associates, LLP, a national public accounting firm. Prior to the formation of RG, the same management team provided the service offering of TRG at Hein & Associates for 7 years. About the Opportunity: We are looking for interns/part-time/full-time Associates. This is an opportunity to learn an ERP software application (Dynamics AX, Dynamics GP or Dynamics NAV) and work on client ERP implementation projects. You will also mentor under the direction of a Senior Consultant on the team. Responsibilities include: • Account reconciliations • Validation of financial transaction flow (unit & integration testing) • Business procedures & training documentation • Data analysis and conversion • Security set-up and maintenance • Providing on-line support to clients under the direct supervision of Senior Staff • Various administrative duties, as assigned This position has the potential to lead to continued part-time employment for consecutive semesters and a potential opportunity for full-time placement upon graduation.
The Rand Group, LLC
Application Development Associate
Rand Group, LLC (RG) is a professional services firm that combines expertise in the areas of accounting, business process analysis and information technology to deliver business solutions that maximize efficiency and create measurable results. Our team of CPA's, Microsoft Certified System Developers and Microsoft Certified System Engineers drive solutions that integrate people, processes, and technology ensuring a better blueprint for business. RG was formed in 2003 by the acquisition of the technology consulting division of Hein & Associates, LLP, a national public accounting firm. Prior to the formation of RG, the same management team provided the service offering of TRG at Hein & Associates for 7 years. About the Opportunity: We are looking for interns/part-time/full-time Associates. An Associate typically is involved in the Build, Test, Deploy, and Support phases of a Team Project working under the supervision of the Team Leader (Vice President or Director) or his designee (Senior Manager or Manager) as follows: Participate as assigned on Team Projects. Specific assignments will vary with the nature of the project, but may include: • Document Customizations • Create and Validate SQL Service Reports • Assist in Development and Validation of Web Applications • Develop Test Cases • Configure Security • Support Clients Maintain a level of chargeability and realization within RG guidelines and the Personal Development Plan. This position has the potential to lead to continued part-time employment for consecutive semesters and a potential opportunity for full-time placement upon graduation.
Digital Intelligence Systems
Junior Blue Printer
Understanding short and long range inventory needs under constantly changing technological and program requirements. He/she shall consider usage, need, space and budget. Must be very familiar with use of MS Excel Must be polite yet assertive and take initiative to complete the assignment in the time allocated. Develops data, establishes levels and replenishment needs for different points of inventory storage – Distribution points, Supply closets, etc. Assists in planning and executes the organization of POU inventory location to satisfy people who consume the inventory and to be sensitive to total inventory status of commodity in relationship to changes in demand, funds, lead time, etc. The person will work with other team members to work to convert the existing Point of Use Rooms to the optimized rooms as required for our project and by our customers. Once converted, record the locations of items in Excel Sheets for integration with our Inventory software. Conversion involves the installation of new shelving systems, moving supplies from the existing location to new locations and establishing new par levels. Demonstration of our software and interaction with both internal and external people for execution of project is an expected Job Function. Maintain primary, secondary, and other inventory areas in a clean, orderly, and efficient manner, conforming to VA and Medical Center cleanliness standards.
Societe Generale, Corporate Investment Banking
Trade and Commodity Finance – Energy (TCF) Analyst
DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION Societe Generale’s ("SG") Energy and Natural Resources Group is a global division of SG’s Corporate and Investment Banking group ("SGCIB"). The division’s focus in the US is the financing of commodity assets and flows for corporate clients in the Americas. The Energy team focuses on American, Canadian and Latin American issuers across the energy sector (excluding oil & gas reserves). MAIN ACCOUNTABILITIES Day to day responsibilities include but not limited to: •Participate in client meetings/visits/calls •Assist in structuring of transactions / prepare & negotiate indicative term sheets / proposals based on discussions with clients/prospects •Follow up with clients on various matters •With the support of other team members, conduct due diligence on prospects / clients •Draft credit applications •Assist in review and negotiate Legal Documentation •Adhere to SG’s Closing guidelines •Perform duties to ensure regulatory compliance (e.g. KYC procedures) •Financial Modeling •Credit Analysis •Credit Monitoring - spreadsheet maintenance •Assist in Portfolio Data Management COMPETENCIES Required: •Develop direct client relationships over time •Develop good working relationships within SG •Indentify opportunities for cross-sell of Capital Markets, Derivative and Advisory products to client / prospect base •Assist Associates, Directors and MDs in client coverage •Assist in origination, execution and monitoring of financing transactions in Energy industry (trading, midstream and downstream)
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
Senior Marketing Manager-Business Consulting Services
San Francisco, CA
We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our Opportunity: Schwab Advisor Services is the nation’s leading RIA custodian. For more than 25 years has helped independent registered investment advisors deliver an exceptional experience to their clients – an experience that goes beyond custody and supports an advisor’s entire business. When advisors custody with Schwab, they work with professionals who get to know them personally, offer unmatched industry know-how and help advisors apply that expertise to run their businesses. We set advisors up to do what they do best: serve their clients and run successful firms. The Advisor Services Marketing team develops effective communication strategies that build and strengthen relationships with advisors. The mission of Advisor Services Marketing is to create awareness of the products and support we offer, and drive action from advisors to help them leverage these solutions to scale their businesses, navigate the marketplace, and serve their clients. The Advisor Services Marketing team is responsible for: •Understanding the needs of our advisor prospects and clients, in the multiple forms they may take. •Designing and executing effective marketing programs that lead advisors to take full advantage of Schwab’s products, programs, platforms, and services. •Working with marketing leadership, client experience partners, and client delivery teams on the implementation of marketing programs that support the launch and promotion of products, services, and solutions for advisors. •Partnering with cross-enterprise groups to improve the way advisors work, enhance the choices they have to offer their clients, and deepen their relationships with Schwab. What you’ll do: The role is part of a creative, engaged team that works together to think of new and interesting ways to bring the value of our business consulting programs to life for advisors—from content and collateral, to videos. It’s a fast-paced environment, with the team often juggling a number of projects at once. We have a passion for our work, and have fun collaborating to deliver great marketing and results. •Develop a good understanding of our business consulting programs—what do they deliver and how do they help advisors •Collaborate with business partners, sales and channel owners to develop marketing strategies and programs to support and drive the business goals •Serve as a marketing consultant, resource and expert to business partners, and be their advocate within the broader organization. •Develop and implement integrated marketing campaigns that may include print and online promotions, email, direct mail, sales collateral, videos, and website content development •Project manage the creative development process from beginning to end-- from authoring assignment briefs, to managing the creative agency and work with internal business partners. •Oversee communications look and feel, while keeping in mind the overall client experience in terms of voice, content, style, quality, brand and frequency of messaging/contacts to clients •Monitor and track programs against business goals to gauge the success of efforts •Manage agencies, budgeting and billing for individual projects
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
Associate - Software Appl Eng
We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our Opportunity: Schwab’s purpose is to help everyone become financially fit. Over the last thirty years, Schwab has grown from a brokerage house into one of the nation’s leading financial institutions. The SSET Strategic Service Engineer team within Schwab Technology Services (STS) is responsible for developing technical solutions across Schwab’s enterprises, including supporting applications and channel facing web services. This is a critical area that is virtually focused on significant strategic initiatives which is at the hub of all product solutions—Providing services to all client facing channels such as Schwab.com and mobile applications, as well as all internal applications that our financial consultant and service representatives use on a daily basis. What you’ll do: The Distributed Developer will work on various initiatives performing design work and assuming various development responsibilities of increasing complexity. The Developer will participate in team sessions with other developers to suggest improvement opportunities to further leverage our toolset or streamline our processes. This role will use such technology as .NET, SQL, TFS and SharePoint. Some Detailed Responsibilities might include: -Creating/updating technical design specifications and other project management and supporting documentation - Developing code utilizing C# and .NET platform - Some scripting and load utilities - Performing unit, integration and functional testing tasks and peer reviews - Working with peers and other business and technical partners to ensure a solid understanding of requirements -- Suggesting modifications to the process and standards to gain more advantage from our toolsets - Participating in User communities (in and out of Schwab) to share and build knowledge.
Sr. Associate Consultant, Property Tax Compliance
Ryan's Property Tax practice is the largest in North America, managing billions of dollars of our clients' real and personal property, with an emphasis on complex industrial and commercial properties. Ryan’s multi-disciplined consultants and valuation professionals continually develop and refine our valuation methodologies and tax appeal strategies to address evolving technologies, governmental regulations, competition, and change in market conditions, all of which affect the value of our clients' assets. With more than 750 professionals across 33 North American locations, Ryan combines a national presence with in-depth local expertise to obtain accurate and fair assessments for our clients. We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Associate Consultant in our Houston, Texas office. The Senior Associate Consultant assists team members with a variety of tasks to provide client engagement support and coordination. The Senior Associate Consultant ensures all support needs are met and assists with both engagement and non-engagement tasks. The incumbent provides basic administrative support to team members and is available to work overtime and travel as needed to assist with projects at client sites. Duties and Responsibilities: - Copies or scans and uploads workpapers at client site or in Ryan office. - Downloads, prints, and organizes workpapers for review. - Scans, formats, codes, and maps client data into databases. - Performs research on client and industry for team members. - Assists engagement team in preparing and distributing client deliverables. - Prepares e-mails, memos, letters, and confirmation requests. - Gathers required signatures on forms and letters. Creates files for clients and projects utilizing Microsoft® Excel and Access. - Answers telephone calls and takes accurate and concise messages. - Maintains calendar appointments and deadlines to ensure proper accountability and client deadlines are observed. - Makes travel arrangements as needed. - Maintains communications (e-mail, written, phone, and fax) while team is traveling. - Tracks and reports time and expenses in detail for self and Manager as needed. - Takes direction from multiple team members to organize and prioritize multiple tasks, meeting critical deadlines and seeking assistance with prioritization when needed. - Works effectively in a complex, deadline-driven environment. - Handles tasks in a timely manner and with a high degree of accuracy. - Handles and safeguards confidential information and sensitive material. - Maintains ability to quickly learn new procedures with limited direction. - Researches and manipulates data. - Possesses solid analytical aptitude, research, and problem-solving skills. - Follows instructions explicitly, knowing when to ask questions to seek clarification. - Utilizes strong grammar, spelling, and proofreading skills. - Maintains a professional and positive attitude at all times, being a team player and able to multitask and adjust to changing priorities. - Works overtime and travels independently as needed. - Performs other duties and assists with other projects as assigned.
Pearl Meyer and Partners
Executive Compensation Analyst
About us Pearl Meyer & Partners, LLC is one of the leading Executive Compensation Consultancies in the country. We work directly with corporate Boards of Directors and senior executives to help determine, not only how top executives are paid, but also to ensure that compensation programs are aligned with business strategy and shareholder value creation. With 9 offices nationwide and 1 in London, we are seeking candidates who are interested in joining a group of exceptional consulting professionals working in a field of critical importance to investors world-wide. Some of the highlights of working at Pearl Meyer & Partners are: • A work hard, play hard environment with recognition for employee contributions • Rigorous analytic work content and increasing client-facing opportunities with experience • A chance to see your recommendations implemented at the highest levels in some of America’s most prestigious companies • An opportunity to work with and learn from exceptionally intelligent and ambitious people • A culture of training and investment in our people; an environment of continuous learning • Salaries and benefits that are competitive and include: generous bonus opportunity, 3 weeks of paid vacation time, health club & fitness reimbursement program, and a flexible work environment Keys to Success as an Executive Compensation Analyst: • Strong intellectual curiosity that includes a willingness to take responsibility and ownership • Highly detail-oriented and the willingness to work independently and think critically about information and data • Comfortable working in ambiguous situations where the problems are always different and solutions are never the same • Flexibility, adaptability and the ability to work under tight deadlines or changing client needs • Ability to multi-task and provide technical and analytical support to multiple client teams • Strong leadership capabilities • Strong verbal and written communication skills • Strong quantitative and qualitative skills; familiarity with finance and accounting concepts is a plus • Strong working knowledge of MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and MS Word, or a willingness to learn
Baker Hughes Incorporated
Supply Chain Rotational Program
About this job Members of the Rotational program are exposed to the Supply Chain organization through four challenging and diverse 6-month rotations to gain and apply skills and knowledge of the Supply Chain function. In the third and final year of the program, participants will serve as a lead on a project identified by Supply Chain Council members based on current key business challenges and opportunities identified within any part of the Supply Chain organization. Key responsibilities/accountabilities Participate in a 3-year rotational program within the Supply Chain Organization that consists of four 6-month rotations and completion in year three of a current business challenge. • Examples of rotations include: • Purchasing • Quality • Production Management • Finance • Final year rotation leading a project within the supply chain functions.
Recruiter - Leading to Sales Management
Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Dallas
Base Salary + Uncapped Commission, Bonus, Benefits, Vacation Pay and more! Aerotek is a high profile staffing firm that works with 96% of the Fortune 500 companies in the U.S. When these companies have hiring needs, they rely on our highly trained recruiting and sales teams to provide them with most qualified candidates for the job. With Aerotek you will begin your career as a recruiter and based on performance can advance into sales management and then advanced sales leadership roles. Recruiter Responsibilities • Proactively use the internet, job boards, job postings, networking, job fairs, resume data bases, referrals and other resources to find resumes of potential candidates. • Interview /Select/Screen potential candidates for open job opportunities with our clients. • Conduct over the phone and face-to-face interviews with potential candidates • Ensure any and all pre-employment screening (background, drug , reference checks) are completed • Manage contract employees while on assignment • Assess and investigate contractor related problems, and administer performance counseling, coaching, and disciplinary measures when necessary. • Work directly with our sales team to identify top accounts within their territory, assist as needed with client company relationships and obtain referrals/sales leads • Gain industry knowledge and develop skills necessary for advancement into sales Top producing Recruiters will have the opportunity to be promoted into a Sales role. Sales at Aerotek will entail Business Development, Cold Calling and Account Management of client companies within an assigned territory. Our sales team works hard to ensure that Aerotek is providing the highest level of service to those accounts while building/maintaining relationships with key decision makers. Each member of our sales team is responsible for managing/developing a small team of recruiters under them. Qualifications • Have a Bachelor's degree or related experience • 1-5 years of work experience – Recent Sales internships are a plus • Be available to work before/after typical office hours as work may demand • Possess strong written and oral communication skills • Use independent judgment and discretion to set and accomplish daily goals • Be currently authorized to work in the United States for any employer Company Benefits You will receive a competitive base salary, commission, and an exceptional benefits package including a 401(k) plan, parental leave, and vacation, personal & holiday pay. Aerotek also offers the following employee benefits: medical, dental, prescription, vision, life & accident insurance, short & long-term disability coverage, and a life-balance referral and counseling service program! About Aerotek If you are looking to build a solid sales career with a reputable company, then this position is for you! All promotions are based on performance. Beyond sales we offer advancement into our National Recruiting Team, National Sales Team, Business Development, Director, Regional, National and Corporate level opportunities. Even the President of our company began as a recruiter! For more information, please visit www.aerotekcareers.com To Apply Please email your resume directly to Jennifer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ronald Blue & Company
Client Service Assistant
We are currently seeking a Client Service Assistant in our Houston, TX office who has experience working in a fast-paced professional environment, is highly organized and is detail oriented. Requirements for this position include a bachelor's degree and experience with Microsoft Office as well as excellent communication and interpersonal skills. The CSA position covers a wide range of responsibilities including, but not limited to: •Initiates and monitors administrative details to serve our firm's clients with excellence, which include but are not limited to: ◦Responsible for all procedures and follow-up necessary to service investment accounts (e.g., process applications, deposits, withdrawals, transfers; collates and mails Quarterly Investment ◦Reviews; and generates various investment reports as needed.) ◦Prepares requested client, branch or investment reports and spreadsheets in a timely manner. ◦Transcribes or composes routine correspondence and emails with speed and accuracy and in keeping with the highest business standards. ◦Organizes and expresses thoughts clearly and concisely in both speaking and writing. ◦Strong business mathematical skills and keen attention to detail. •Works in conjunction with Supervisor to initiate and organize client meetings, follow-up on meetings and respond to client inquiries regarding actions taken to accomplish goals. ◦Coordinates the scheduling of team appointments, meetings , and travel arrangements; greets team's visitor(s) or client(s). ◦Proactive planning and responsiveness to urgent needs. •Executes all functions necessary to maintain accurate electronic database of prospect and client information, including maintaining well indexed and up-to-date electronic file systems for correspondence, reports and reference material, confidential and non-confidential material, in accordance with compliance guidelines and regulations. ◦Gathers, records, and processes pertinent information from clients or financial institutions for record maintenance or further analysis by other team members. ◦Personal integrity and ability to discreetly handle confidential data. •Processes quarterly client billing, generates invoices and maintains updated Client Income Projection report in an active and timely manner. •Maintains the highest Compliance standards by adhering to the firm’s Human Resources policies, Compliance policies, professional designation standards, and our industry's regulatory standards to mitigate risk to the firm.
Winter Park Resort
WP - Competition Center Administrative Assistant - Full Time - Winter Seasonal
Winter Park, CO
Summary/Posting Description: This individual will be responsible for performing daily administrative duties of the office which include but not limited to, phone, e-mail and in person communications with internal and external customers, cash handling and reconciliation, race event support, special event and volunteer coordination. Must comply with all policies and procedures set forth in the Employee Handbook, Safety Manual and posses strong organizational skills. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Responsible for daily operation and efficiency of the office a. General administration duties of running office including: organizing and prioritizing email, posted mail, correspondence, filing, photocopying, answering phones, greeting customers, etc. b. Maintaining and organizing records of participants and volunteers including (but not limited) to registrations, contact information, liabilities, parent hours and volunteer hours. c. Collect, manage and submit team event registrations for all disciplines. d. Unite program participant with their coach for late and lost participants. 2. Helps to coordinate events such as Ski Swap and Chef’s Cup; assist with registration and ticket sales for all other events. 3. Supports business supervisor and directors by helping to maintain all avenues of information to and from participants/parents and coaches/ program discipline directors. This includes printed material updates, handbooks, manuals, newsletters, web pages, radios and phone-in recordings. 4. Complies with company policy and procedures. External relations or partners: Works with other departments, including but not limited to: Accounting, Marketing, Food & Beverage, Patrol, Guest Services, Facilities and Slope Maintenance for help with events. Supervisory Responsibilities: In the absence of the Business Supervisor this position may be responsible for managing part time office assistants and volunteers in the office. Must be able to give work direction/assignments and basic operational training.
Houston EB5 is a real estate development and investment firm that was founded for the purpose of helping foreign investors receive permanent residency in the United States, in return for making a qualified real estate investment in Houston's desirable real estate market. Houston EB5 seeks an Associate to provide research and analytical support associated with acquisitions, development projects and/or asset management of operating properties. The Associate will be exposed to various aspects of real estate investment management including market research, leasing strategies, underwriting of acquisitions, financial modeling and administration of investor requirements. Responsibilities may include analyzing various proposals, reviewing cash flows and financial statements, researching prospective markets, document control related to due diligence processes, and interaction with potential clients and investors. Chosen candidates will receive on-the-job training with excellent advancement and professional growth opportunities. Bring your experience and drive to Houston EB5 and build a career with a global firm that has provided superior quality, service and value to its clients and investors. If you are looking for a career in the investment or real estate industry and meet the requirements below, please send your resume.
Vigor Gas Purification Technologies Inc.
Vigor is a fast growing technology company with offices in China, EU and USA. We develop and manufacture glovebox and purification systems for R&D and manufacturing across broad industries from chemical, energy, electronics and other high tech industries. Vigor is a leader in innovative technologies, quality and customer services. We are looking for an energetic candidate to grow our business. Laboratory, research or glovebox related experience is highly desirable, but not necessary. Responsibilities include sales, marketing, technical and customer support. Freedom from work location to hours.
Executive Team Leader
JOIN US AS AN EXECUTIVE TEAM LEADER IN TRAINING Similar Industry Titles and Key Words: Assistant Store Manager in Training About This Opportunity Use your business, leadership and people skills to inspire exceptional performance. Maximize sales and profits for your Target store. Ensure great guest service and team member satisfaction. Create a fast-paced, energetic environment that delivers a consistent Target brand experience for team members and guests. Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of groundbreaking thinking and visionary goals. As an Executive Team Leader in Training, you'll take the lead as you… • Drive sales by overseeing the guest service and merchandising of two to three departments with sales ranging from $2 - $9 million • Act as leader on duty, as well as opening and closing the store on assigned days • Assist with recruiting and hiring of your team • Receive extensive training to help you become a strong store executive leader • Ensure great service by interacting with guests and team members • Strive to achieve sales goals and maintain budget controls Requirements • 4-year college degree • Supervisor level experience • Proven conflict management skills • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in all situations with great interpersonal skills • Flexible work hours including some nights and weekends • Strong cognitive skills, including problem analysis, decision making, financial and quantitative analysis Benefits Eligible team members will receive one of the best earnings packages anywhere, including competitive pay, all-around insurance coverage, 401(k), flexible scheduling, training and development and many other perks and benefits. Target is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and a drug-free workplace. About Target From our Minneapolis-based headquarters to over 1,800 stores and more than 35 distribution centers across the U.S. and Canada, Target offers a world of possibilities in an environment that will encourage you to innovate and contribute ideas. Join a company that’s always moving forward to what’s next. Be a part of a team that has revolutionized retail, championed design, and volunteered thousands of hours giving back to their communities. Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its profit through community grants and programs; today, that giving equals more than $4 million a week.
Distribution Group Leader
Midlothian or Tyler, TX
JOIN US AS A GROUP LEADER Similar Industry Titles and Key Words: Operations Supervisor, Warehouse Supervisor, Manager About This Opportunity Advance your leadership and operational skills to a new level by inspiring and achieving great performance. Apply cutting-edge technologies to optimize our critical supply chain network. Drive sales profitably by delivering what guests want. Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of an innovative team working toward visionary goals. As a Group Leader, you'll take the lead as you… • Identify and coordinate daily activities of 20-40 team members; inspire your team to achieve desired results in productivity, teamwork, safety, quality, and job knowledge • Collaborate across departments to drive optimal productivity; foster an environment in which diverse backgrounds are respected and valued • Ensure performance plans are set, maintained, and continuously improved; generate creative solutions to identify improvements in processes • Drive your personal growth and development by leveraging tools, resources, and relationships with other leaders • Maintain level of service requirements throughout the process, from our vendors to our distribution center to our stores • Manage a safe workplace by advocating safety training and accident preparedness Requirements • 4-year degree • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively to a variety of audiences; strong reasoning, analytical, and organizational skills • Proven ability to motivate teams and manage conflict; ability to provide feedback and develop team • Ability to read, interpret, and effectively communicate necessary policies and procedures to others • Ability to access all levels and areas of facility • Openness to relocation Benefits Eligible team members will receive one of the best earnings packages anywhere, including competitive pay, all-around insurance coverage, 401(k), flexible scheduling, training and development and many other perks and benefits. Target is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and a drug-free workplace. About Target From our Minneapolis-based headquarters to over 1,800 stores and more than 35 distribution centers across the U.S. and Canada, Target offers a world of possibilities in an environment that will encourage you to innovate and contribute ideas. Join a company that’s always moving forward to what’s next. Be a part of a team that has revolutionized retail, championed design, and volunteered thousands of hours giving back to their communities. Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its profit through community grants and programs; today, that giving equals more than $4 million a week.
Management Development Program
Buckle’s one-year Management Development Program is your pathway to accelerated career growth. Once selected, you will work directly with an experienced Store Manager who will help you develop the sales, recruiting, merchandising, and leadership skills you need to become a store manager. By the end of this intensive program, you will have a deep understanding of how Buckle’s style of retail works and what it takes to excel. As a Management Trainee, you will be given every opportunity for professional growth as you learn from a highly skilled manager who truly cares about your success. Buckle offers competitive wages, a flexible schedule, and a generous employee discount, as well as an excellent benefits package for our full-time teammates. Skills Required: Strong communication skills, an outgoing and innovative personality, natural leadership skills, ambitious, and a keen interest in fashion. Requirements: Must be willing to relocate.
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