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Member Service Officer (Government Branches)

American Heritage Federal Credit Union
Philadelphia, PA 19120, USA

American Heritage FCU, a $2.0+ Billion Credit Union is seeking a Member Service Officer for our Government Branches in Center City Philadelphia! DUTIES Responsibilities will include analyzing and identifying member's questions/problems and offering p... Read More

American Heritage FCU, a $2.0+ Billion Credit Union is seeking a Member Service Officer for our Government Branches in Center City Philadelphia!DUTIESResponsibilities will include analyzing and identifying member's questions/problems and offering products and services based on the member's needs, opening new accounts, certificates of deposit, IRA's, processing loan applications, preparing loans for closing etc.QUALIFICATIONSAt least three years of experience in the platform area of a Credit Union or Financial Institution.At least one year of experience in a lending department or branch officeStrong written, verbal, organizational, and time management skills a must.Professional, well-developed interpersonal skills required for serving members and projecting a positive image as a representative of the Credit Union.An advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word required. Knowledge of Symitar, software preferred.WORK HOURSBranch hours are Monday through Wednesday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.Must be available for rotating evening and Saturday hours Associated topics: art, branch, conservation, curatorial, exhibition, history, librarian, library, museum, tour guide

Annie Gooding Sykes Intern

PennState
University Park, PA 16802, USA

The Annie Gooding Sykes Internship is a 12-week internship offered during the summer. Interns work with the Palmer Museum of Art staff on a variety curatorial projects, with a particular focus on American works on paper. Upper-level undergraduate and... Read More

Campus/Location:University Park CampusDate Announced:01/29/2018Date Closing:open until filledJob Number:76704Work Unit: College of Arts and ArchitectureDepartment:Palmer Museum of Art Description The Annie Gooding Sykes Internship is a 12-week internship offered during the summer. Interns work with the Palmer Museum of Art staff on a variety curatorial projects, with a particular focus on American works on paper. Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in art history, the School of Visual Arts, Women`s Studies or American Studies are eligible for the Sykes Internship. Students who have completed the Art 409/Art H 409: Museum Studies course are preferred. Application review will begin February 20, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.SDL2017 Associated topics: art, branch, conservation, curatorial, exhibition, history, librarian, library, museum, tour guide

Annie Gooding Sykes Internship

PennState
University Park, PA 16802, USA

The Annie Gooding Sykes Internship is a 12-week internship offered during the summer. Interns work with the Palmer Museum of Art staff on a variety curatorial projects, with a particular focus on American works on paper. Upper-level undergraduate and... Read More

Campus/Location:University Park CampusDate Announced:12/23/2014Date Closing:open until filledJob Number:55137Work Unit: College of Arts and ArchitectureDepartment:Palmer Museum of ArtFull/Part Time:Part Time Description The Annie Gooding Sykes Internship is a 12-week internship offered during the summer. Interns work with the Palmer Museum of Art staff on a variety curatorial projects, with a particular focus on American works on paper. Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in art history, the School of Visual Arts, women`s studies or American studies are eligible for the Sykes Internship. Students who have completed the Art 409/Art H 409: Museum Studies course are preferred. Application review will begin February 20, 2015 and continue until the position is filled.SDL2017

Branch Operations Leader

WillScot Corporation
Harrisburg, PA 17101, USA

PURPOSEThe Branch Operations Leader is responsible for ensuring the success of the branch operation. The Branch Operations Leader has responsibility and accountability for driving Safety, controlling costs, developing the branch workforce, and succes... Read More

Williams Scotsman, Inc. is a leading provider of space solutions for the construction, education, energy, industrial, Williams Scotsman, Inc., headquartered in historic Fell's Point, Baltimore, MD, is a leading provider of space solutions for the construction, education, energy, industrial, commercial/retail, healthcare, and government markets. We serve approximately 50,000 customers with space solution needs each day, through a network of 100+ branch locations throughout North America. Our legacy is rooted in product innovation and a reputation for exceptional customer service, effective management of business operations, and the ability to attract and retain the industry's most talented staff and management team. Furthermore, our values of Collaboration, Excellence, Empowerment and innovation continue to guide us towards not only achieving our true potential, but also creating a work environment which is inclusive and allows every person to thrive here at WS! PURPOSEThe Branch Operations Leader is responsible for ensuring the success of the branch operation. The Branch Operations Leader has responsibility and accountability for driving Safety, controlling costs, developing the branch workforce, and successfully delivering modular space solutions to our customers. Success will be accomplished through value-driven execution that fully complies with all Algeco Scotsman policies and all relevant laws and regulations. The Branch Operations Leader will maintain excellent service standards, respond efficiently to customer inquiries, strive for high customer satisfaction and excel in Williams Scotsman's Core Values of Collaboration, Empowerment, Excellence, and Innovation. Reporting structureGeneral Manager & Regional Operations Director Main responsibilitiesEssential Functions: Responsibilities of the Branch Operations Leader include, but are not limited to: Safety/Environment * Conducts business in compliance with all Williams Scotsman Safety, Transportation, and Environmental Policies. * Conducts periodic safety meetings as well as update safety documents and logs i.e. OSHA, DOT/DQF. * Manages employee health and safety through creating a safer workplace, DuPont STOP , training and observations, and regularly scheduled assessments of the branch. * Ensures operating standards are conducted; supported by robust training and communication actions. Operations * Provides managerial oversight to both contractors and full-time branch operational employees (direct labor, field service, dispatch, admin, etc.); this includes employing timely and clear communication to all branch employees * Ability to use all internal systems to provide safe, timely, cost-effective, high quality and efficient delivery of revenue activities. * Oversees the ongoing maintenance, inventory, and servicing of the fleet through efficient use of company resources (time, people, money, etc.) * Develops forward-looking plans (CPT) and budgets; actively manages costs. This includes all activities necessary to manage/operate a cost center * Ensures timely and accurate work order, off rent/damage bill, inventory and purchasing compliance. * Ensures accurate and readily available major/minor part, VAPS and other resources necessary to conduct efficient operations. * Collaborates with HR and leadership to effectively manage branch workforce, ensuring the right recruiting and workforce training strategies are in place to advance company goals. Assesses talent, implements employee development plans and creates and maintains a learning environment. Proactively seeks out top talent externally to maintain a robust pool of qualified talent. Customer Focus * Uses Net Promoter Score (NPS) system to provide timely correspondence and to address internal issues. * Ensure On-Time Deliveries and Returns * Drives high levels of product quality (SDL2017 Associated topics: boilermaker, construction technician, consultant, extraction operations, granite, millwrights, pipe, pipefitter, plumber, sandblaster

Associate Director, Montague Law Library, Penn State Law

PennState
University Park, PA 16802, USA

Penn State Law seeks applications and nominations for a highly-motivated, imaginative and service-oriented leader as its Associate Director for the Law School's Library. RESPONSIBILITIES: The Associate Director assists the Associate Dean/Director of ... Read More

Campus/Location:University Park CampusDate Announced:07/03/2017Date Closing:open until filledJob Number:72486Classification:ExemptWork Unit: Penn State LawDepartment:Penn State Law Description Penn State Law seeks applications and nominations for a highly-motivated, imaginative and service-oriented leader as its Associate Director for the Law School's Library. RESPONSIBILITIES: The Associate Director assists the Associate Dean/Director of the Law Library in all aspects of library administration and is responsible for the management of day-to-day operations of the Law Library. This position will oversee all routine Technical and Public Services operations and will supervise the work of the Law Library's three support staff members; assist the Associate Dean/Director with long-range planning/budget administration and with project identification and implementation; serve as a member of the team of librarians providing research/reference support to the law faculty, students, and other library users; and teach one section of the Fall Semester first-year required legal research course. The candidate must be able to coordinate complex activities, show creativity in the development of new services, and relate well to faculty, staff, and all library users. QUALIFICATIONS: Required qualifications are a Master's degree in Library and Information Science from an ALA accredited program and a law degree from an ABA accredited law school; a minimum of two years of academic law library experience featuring progressively increasing responsibilities for administrative and supervisory duties. Preference will be given to candidates with law school teaching/instructional experience. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to work flexibly with law faculty, students, staff, and a diverse research community; substantial knowledge of electronic technologies in libraries; and, effective team-building and communication skills. SALARY AND BENEFITS: This is a library faculty position that may be either a multi-year contract or tenure-track (in Penn State's University Libraries faculty) based on the successful candidate's qualifications, experience, and preference. Salary and rank commensurate with qualifications and experience. Excellent fringe benefits include liberal vacation, excellent insurance and health care coverage, State or TIAA-CREF retirement options, and educational privileges. PENN STATE LAW: Penn State Law is one of Penn State's two fully accredited law schools and is located on Penn State's largest campus, offering all of the resources of a world-class, public research institution together with challenging and innovative classroom study and ample opportunities for learning by doing. The Penn State Law community consists of outstanding faculty members who are premier scholars, passionate teachers, and dedicated members of the legal profession, and exceptional students with strong credentials and the potential to become leaders in the United States and around the world. Penn State Law is \"dedicated to advancing the law throughout the world and transforming lives through legal education.\" Visit our website at PENN STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES: Established in 1855, Penn State is a Carnegie I Comprehensive Research University with a strong land grant mission. The University Libraries, with an annual budget of more than $42 million and a collection of more than 5 million volumes, is a member of the Association of Research Libraries, and ranks twelfth among the 113 largest research libraries in North America. The Libraries comprise 38 libraries located at 24 Penn State locations throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 157 librarians and professional staff, 321 support staff, and 98 FTE student assistants serve 84,000 students and 6,000 faculty. Libraries memberships include ARL, OCLC, E-Z Borrow (PALCI), Palinet, CRL, the Digital Library Federation (DLF), and the CIC (Big Ten) academic consortium. Collections exceed 5 million volumes, including more than 68,000 current serial subscriptions. The University Libraries values diversity of thought, perspective, experience and people and is actively committed to a culture of inclusion and respect. We encourage candidates to apply who thrive in a welcoming multicultural environment. More information about Penn State's commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Excellence can be found by visiting For additional information about the Libraries' diversity initiatives, please visit APPLICATIONS: To apply, upload nominations or letters of application (including current CV and names and contact information of four professional references). Review of resumes will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. For more information about Penn State Law, visit pennstatelaw.psu.edu. For more information about The Pennsylvania State University Libraries, visit www.libraries.psu.edu.SDL2017 Associated topics: art, branch, conservation, curatorial, exhibition, history, librarian, library, museum, tour guide