The ideal candidate will have experience as a desktop centric engineer, supporting large environments with thousands of users. Experience with virtualization technologies like Xen, Citrix, and/or VMware is required. Experience with server side virtualization is a big plus. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated hunger to expand his or her skills, seeking out solutions, and challenges, and have a thirst for troubleshooting, and a passion for exceeding customer expectations. more...
Desktop experience, including w/ Registry Editor in large scale environments of thousands of users 5+ years of virtualization experience 5+ years in Microsoft centric environment (desktop focused) 5+ years interacting with enterprise class end customers Experience with SCCM or SCOM Excellent organizational skills Passion for customer satisfaction Highly self motivated, with ability to think on one’s own and operate with limited direct supervision at times BS/MS in CS, SW Eng, EE or similar
The Donor Engagement Manager will develop and implement a chapter-wide plan for individual giving and oversee the chapter’s donor and volunteer stewardship program. In addition, this position will identify and manage a portfolio of chapter donors and prospects and will cultivate, solicit and steward annual and major gifts from individuals. An important element of this position will be planning and overseeing the implementation of donor cultivation, recognition and stewardship activities and events across the chapter.
Essential Function/Responsibilities:?1. Individual Gifts: Cultivate, solicit and steward individual donors while aligning donor interests with Society strategic objectives (50% of time)
Develop and oversee implementation of chapter-wide development plan for individual giving. Ensure that deadlines are met and plans fully implemented chapter-wide in order to increase the number and dollar amount of (Golden Circle) $1,000+ annual donations to the chapter, as well as increasing the number and dollar amount of gifts restricted to research. Prioritize time and resources for highest return on investment.
Ensure customized moves management plans and key relationship management assignments are created for Golden Circle donors and prospects chapter-wide. Provide leadership and direction to chapter staff colleagues assigned as key relationship managers to ensure plans are implemented.
Cement relationships with assigned portfolio of current/prospective individual donors in order to meet assigned revenue goals. Focus on building number of donors at the $1,000+ level chapter-wide.
Conduct visits and high-level interactions with donors, prospects and their advisors to evaluate charitable objectives, analyze and recommend plans of giving, solicit and secure gifts that meet donor objectives and further chapter’s mission.
Engage and support Vice President, Special Events and Chapter President as needed in major donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.
Serve as lead staff liaison to the Golden Circle and NOW Campaign committees. Engage Board of Trustees and other chapter volunteers as needed to identify, cultivate, and solicit major gifts. Recruit, train and motivate committee volunteers to ensure success. Create background reports, strategies, scripts, and accompany on visits as appropriate and manage follow up activities.
Responsible for attracting new donors, analyzing available data and creating balanced mix of donor sources and solicitation programs tailored to meet Society’s needs and donor’s desires.
Work in partnership with Special Events department to ensure goals regarding $1000+ event donors are achieved.
Create and implement chapter-wide plan for individual annual gifts below $1,000. Develop and maintain appropriate marketing, donor cultivation, solicitation and recognition strategies to maximize donor satisfaction and revenue potential.
Serve as liaison with the National Direct Marketing Program.
2. Budget and donor data management (15%)
Write and manage the individual giving and stewardship budgets. Achieve revenue and maintain expenses to within +/- 5% of established budget.
Complete budget forecasts and provide timely financial update information to Vice President, Special Events.
Work closely with finance and IT colleagues to ensure proper handling, receipting and recording of all donations (i.e. stock, tributes, restricted gifts)
Oversee donor data management and acknowledgement processes to ensure that chapter maintains detailed, accurate donor records and comprehensive files for individual donors. This includes use of Altair interactions and classification/interest codes, moves management plans, contact reports and more. Provide training and serve as consultant to staff regarding tracking individual donor data.
3. Manage chapter-wide donor/participant stewardship program (25%)
Develop and maintain chapter-wide donor stewardship and recognition program to ensure donor satisfaction and continued connection with the chapter. This includes the creation of an overall Chapter donor recognition and stewardship strategy, planning recognition and stewardship events and programs and working across departments to ensure that all donors to the Society, including event participants and volunteers, are appropriately recognized and stewarded.
Build, manage and implement chapter-wide donor acknowledgement process to ensure timely and accurate stewardship of all individual and corporate donations including memorials, tributes, annual contributions and event participants.
4. Volunteer Engagement (5%)
Increase the number of Society volunteers, recognizing and recruiting talent
Engage volunteers, effectively communicating and facilitating meaningful opportunities across all functions.
Partner with volunteers to accomplish our work.
Cultivate volunteers, seeking and providing feedback and sharing opportunities for reciprocal growth and learning. We recognize the contributions of all volunteers.
5. Other duties as apparent or assigned (5%)
Collaborate with other chapter departments to ensure a coordinated, unified approach to relationships with key donor constituents.
Maintain a basic knowledge of MS, including research and programs.
Serve as a good steward of chapter resources – time, money, equipment and materials.
Actively engage in furthering the chapter’s advocacy efforts, MS awareness, relationship management and volunteer engagement.
Uphold the Society and community-held ethical standards for fundraising.
Continually develop and expand working knowledge of development and community engagement theory and practice including estate and other gift planning techniques and their applications.
Participate in home office and regional initiatives and other development efforts as assigned.
Attend and participate in staff meetings, events, and outside activities as a representative of the National MS Society as necessary. Participate in or lead at chapter events as needed (donor events, VIP tents, recognition activities, national meetings, etc.).
Support a positive environment by actively participating in the planning and implementation of chapter-wide strategies, resolving issues, and maintaining appropriate channels of communication.
Participate on interdepartmental chapter teams. Build relationships with chapter colleagues to acquire information needed to solicit gifts, cement donor relationships effectively and create follow up reports for donors.
Bachelor's Degree preferably in related field of study, e.g. sales, marketing, public relations or communications.
Minimum of three years of nonprofit experience, preferably in the area of major and/or individual giving.
Proven experience in working with high level donors required with outstanding ability to cultivate relationships, make solicitations and to communicate clearly and persuasively in writing and orally.
Must demonstrate experience in working independently with minimal supervision as well as collaboratively across teams and departments to achieve chapter-wide goals.
Evidence of strong organizational and project management skills.
Demonstrated experience in providing superior donor customer service and ensuring donor data integrity.
Must be able to handle sensitive, confidential information with discretion and to interact professionally and comfortably with donors, prospects and volunteers at all levels.
Must be able to effectively operate the computer system, telephone system, copier.
Must be proficient at Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Must be proficient working with databases, prior experience with Altair or Convio preferred.
Must be able to provide own transportation to various local programs and meetings. Travel throughout the state will be required.
The position requires the ability to work evenings and weekends, to travel by car or plane and other forms of public transportation.
This position requires competencies in the following areas: Managing Relationships, Being Open and Receptive, Communication, Getting Work Done through Others, Getting Organized, Managing Work Processes, and Overcoming Obstacles, Inspiring Others, People Management, and Learning.
ePrize Marketing Coordinator's will assist in the planning of client and internal events, provide public relations support to ePrize and clients, and maintain our website and email marketing programs.
Description and Responsibilities:
Coordination of internal events and meetings
Coordination of external conference trade events
Provide Business Development support including sales collateral production such as Power Point presentations, tracking and distribution of inbound leads and prospecting efforts
Manage client experience initiatives such as client surveys and surprise and delight gifts
Support for maintenance and measurement of ePrize digital properties
Public Relations support
Contribute to large scale Marketing projects
Education: BA in Advertising/Marketing is preferred
1-2 years of experience in marketing, public relations or related field
A strong interest in marketing and an eagerness to learn
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to manage time efficiently and be able to balance multiple priorities with enthusiasm
Excellent teamwork skills and passion about accomplishing a common group goal
Attention to detail and quality
Faith based non-profit is looking for someone w/ a HEART FOR MINISTRY, to counsel residents of our shelter in budgeting, personal finance, debt control, and provide other financial services.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
-Review of resident bank accounts
-Handling resident deposits & withdrawals
-Assist with review financial review before discharge/completion of 1 year program
-Act as liason between residents and finance department, ensure and facilitate rent payments
-Reconciling client accounts
-Create reports for women's & men's program directors
-Create and update client files?-Evaluate/advise clients with various financial situations
-Distribute funds as residents make requests from their accounts
This position is 40% finance based and 60% ministry and counseling focused.
If you are called to serve in God's mission, see lives transformed, and have compatible counseling and finance background, please apply today! We are scheduling interviews as resumes come in, apply quickly.
Under direction, acts as liaison between the Information Technology department and other County departments, municipalities, and local agencies involved in the implementation, maintenance and modification of GIS software applications. Possesses and applies a broad knowledge of operating department GIS application needs. Effectively serves as a liaison to communicate County policy and procedure. Identifies department needs and provides input to assist GIS Utility with GIS implementation and application design. Experienced in implementing process re-engineering needs with users. Provides reports and return on investment analysis. Effectively trains users in ESRI software or County developed GIS applications. Provides Help Desk assistance. Utilizes current county-wide and/or department specific software to complete assignments.
Performs duties in either the GIS Implementation Services area or GIS Data Services Area. In the Implementation Services area, is responsible for GIS product training and support programs. Serves as a liaison between the GIS Utility and other County departments, municipalities and local agencies to address technical support issues and training requirements. Provides classroom instruction and training in the ESRI software environment. Is responsible for the administration and support of GIS user groups. Tests and debugs GIS software and developed applications. Utilizes current county-wide and/or department specific software to complete assignments.
In the GIS Data Services area, provides on-going management of the enterprise GIS database (parcels, orthophotos, road centerline/address range, and other) automation, conversion and quality assurance projects. Works with County departments and municipalities to develop procedures for GIS data automation, quality assurance and maintenance. Utilizes a broad understanding of enterprise GIS data standards, data management, data conversion, quality assurance and data distribution procedures to ensure data integrity and compatibility. Utilizes current county-wide and/or department specific software to complete assignments.
1. Must be a high school graduate or have a certificate of successful completion of ?the General Educational Development Test.
2. Four points will be awarded for every four relevant college courses satisfactorily completed. Course work in GIS, Land Use Planning, Computer Science, Information Systems is acceptable.
3. Four points will be awarded for every year of experience performing GIS related work using ESRI software. Applicable experience may include work related to the development and support of GIS information systems.
4. Possess a valid motor vehicle operator's or chauffeur's license.
Responsibilities include promoting Oakland County as a business location by identifying and providing assistance to businesses contemplating investment and growth in the County. Provides site location assistance, links businesses with appropriate local, regional, state and Federal resources and programs and provides program management support for County economic development initiatives.
1. Possess a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Business Administration, Urban Planning, Economics, International Relations, Public Administration, or a related field; AND
2. Have at least three (3) years of fulltime professional work experience in the public or private sector in international trade, economic development, urban planning, real estate development, industrial development or a closely related area.
NOTE: A Master’s Degree in one of the fields listed in 1 above may substitute for one (1) year of experience listed in 2 above.
3. Possess a valid operator's or chauffeur's license.
Our client is a true global enterprise with 50 locations in 25 countries on five continents. With 14,000 employees and annual revenues exceeding $3 billion, they are a complex business that is focused on profitable growth via facility expansion in developing markets, increased development of value added products and services globally, and entry into emerging markets and businesses. Today, with approximately 70% of sales outside the U.S. our client is full-swing into a strategic shift to migrate from a commodity glass producer to a solutions-based supplier with a strong emphasis on value added products and services.
As an organization, their business functions in a very lean manner. Consequently, responsibilities are spread out in the field and focused as close to the "action" as possible. This, therefore, requires a strong global accounting and information system, which is strictly adhered to and provides a foundation for quick and efficient gathering and determining of results at the various locations around the world. The Chief Financial Officer will be a key member of the senior management team and will be expected to operate as an important business partner to the President. As the senior financial officer of the business, the CFO will be accountable for the business unit’s Strategic Planning; Information Technology; Accounting and Control; Tax and Treasury (tax and treasury will also tie in to corporate reporting). Global Asset optimization/rationalization is a key skill set but it is imperative that this individual possesses the ability to spot business issues, trends, opportunities, M&A targets, customer issues, processes improvements, strategic activities, etc. that both add value and accelerate the transformation of the business. Top responsibility will be to assess the current finance team across the business and take appropriate measures by making additions, reallocating and developing talent across the globe; making sure the “right person is in the right job” in order to create a world-class financial function. Creates, coordinates, and evaluates the financial programs and supporting information systems of the company to include forecasting, tax planning and conservation of assets. Position will require 30-50% national/international travel. Bachelor Degree in Finance or Accounting is required; MBA preferred. MUST HAVE experience as the CFO or Divisional Finance leader of a sizable, complex, global industrial manufacturing organization. Previous IT experience in a large production volume environment is preferred. Must have 15-20 years of experience in international environments; a global citizen. Successful candidate will have a “can do” and “thinking out-of-the-box” approach combines with a “hands-on”, “roll up your sleeves” approach; will wash windows. Must possess strong values, integrity and accountability attitude – with a “backbone.”
This position will provide customer service support for buyers & suppliers related to Chrysler's new PentaSAP Purchasing system. Duties: *Works w/end users to understand & document issues. *Answers "how to" questions, interfacing w/IT department to resolve issues. *Creates case tickets to address issues/problems. *Troubleshoots & evaluates reccuring issues, and escalates to management. *Writes detailed description of needs,functions, & steps required to develop/modify computer programs
MUST have a completed a Bachelor Degree *Experience Level: 0-3 years preferred, not exceeding 5 years *Be proficient in Microsoft Office Tool Suite (Access) *Strong Communication skills *Possess a customer focus with an energy to deliver *Having SAP experience a plus! We are looking for fresh IT graduates.
Our client is a global supplier of automotive tooling and parts. Established under new ownership in 2009, their foundation is rooted in over 70 years of die design and manufacturing. This entity with its new owners has an established, expert workforce that is re-energized to serve the automotive, defense and green energy sectors. Committed to be a World Class Supplier of body stamping dies, targeting constant improvement in the areas of durability, reliability, maintainability, quality, timing and cost. They also offer their clients the ability to handle limited production runs and die repair services. Located in Southeastern Michigan their customers include Chrysler, Honda, General Motors and many Tier 1 suppliers.
The President will be responsible for the leadership and ultimate day-to-day operations for the company. This leader’s responsibilities will be broad and include managing all operations either directly or through internal department heads. The successful candidate must be extremely entrepreneurial with hands-on capabilities. They need to have leadership and motivational skills as opposed to dictatorship. Their experience should be weighed heavily in sales and marketing with some manufacturing experience from the “floor”. As the Company is poised to move to a higher level, it is imperative that the successful candidate be someone who is equally comfortable in ‘doing’ as they are in ‘leading’. This position will oversee Sales, Operations, and Marketing areas of the Company. This leader will assist the owners in the implementation of a strategic plan and development of corporate policies and goals. Candidates MUST HAVE: Experience in tool & die or machining or stamping, a successful track record of relationship building with automotive OEM’s & large Tier 1’s, and leadership capabilities; 10-20 years of “know-how”. Bachelor degree is preferred, but not required.
ABOUT ARTSERVE MICHIGAN
ArtServe Michigan is the statewide nonprofit organization leading advocacy for the vital role of the arts, culture, arts education and the power of creative industries to transform people and communities across Michigan. ArtServe’s mission is to cultivate the creative potential of Michigan’s arts and culture sector to enhance the health and well-being of Michigan, its people and communities. Our organization is grounded in the belief that arts and culture are essential ingredients to building vibrant communities and a resilient Michigan economy, shaping creative and innovative young minds and transforming the lives of people of all ages. Visit www.artservemichigan.org to learn more about our organization.
ArtServe is seeking a qualified, forward-thinking, innovative, self-motivated, energetic and team- oriented candidate, with a demonstrated passion for the critical importance of the arts, culture, arts education and creative economy for Michigan’s future, to serve in the role of Director of Public Policy, a full-time exempt position. The Director of Public Policy will provide leadership, strategic direction and management of ArtServe’s statewide advocacy and public policy initiatives and report to the President & CEO. In general, the duties and responsibilities of this position are focused on efforts to:
- Coordinate advocacy and lobbying efforts to engage a growing network of “grasstops and grassroots” advocates;
- Cultivate greater understanding and support for the contributing impacts of the arts, culture, arts education and creative economy in Michigan among state and federal public officials and executive leaders, and advocates and stakeholders statewide; and
- Advance diversified and sustainable funding, policies and programs to position the arts, culture, arts education and creative industries as a strategic asset and force in Michigan’s reinvention.
Program Planning, Delivery and Fundraising
- Work in collaboration with the President & CEO to strategically plan, coordinate and manage ArtServe’s advocacy and public policy initiatives, activities and events for achieved excellence, effectiveness, responsiveness and relevance to the needs/opportunities of the creative sector.
- Work closely with advocates, advisors, external partners, constituents, community stakeholders, public officials and executives at the state, federal, local/regional levels as may be appropriate to advance, maximize impacts and influence of ArtServe’s advocacy initiatives. This includes ?coordination with the Michigan Legislature and Michigan Congressional delegation.
- Plan and manage ArtServe’s efforts to re-establish, cultivate and support the Michigan Legislative Caucus for the Arts, Culture and Creativity in an effort to build increased legislative leadership and support on issues impacting the arts, culture, arts education and creative industries.
- Plan and organize periodic advocacy events such as legislative receptions, workshops, public lectures, and forums, in collaboration with ArtServe’s Board, staff, contractors, and external partners.
- Maintain a current working knowledge of significant issues and trends in advocacy and public policy for the arts, culture, arts education and creative industries by reviewing professional publications, web and online communications and alerts, attending related conferences, meetings, and other events, and other related methods.
- Coordinate, manage and participate in fundraising and grantmaking activities in support of ArtServe’s advocacy and public policy initiatives, as appropriate and in cooperation with the President & CEO and other ArtServe staff.
- Represent ArtServe and its statewide arts and cultural networks and constituencies on various committees, task forces, work groups or boards, as may be strategic and appropriate to the aims of ArtServe’s advocacy and public policy initiatives, and as directed by the President & CEO. Examples may include Americans for the Arts State Arts Advocacy Network, Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network, Michigan Nonprofit Association Public Policy Committee, Michigan Arts Education Roundtable, Michigan STEM Alliance or other such groups.
- Provide staff support to the ArtServe Board of Directors, ArtServe’s Public Policy Committee, and President’s Council, as directed by the President & CEO.
- In collaboration with the President & CEO, provide leadership and staff support in the management and coordination of the activities of the ArtServe Michigan Arts Action Network, the affiliated but independent 501(c)4 corporation established to strengthen and maximize arts advocacy capacity, influence and impact in Michigan.
Education, Research and Reporting
- Plan, manage and coordinate ArtServe’s Creative State MI research, reporting and strategic communications initiatives, in collaboration with the President & CEO, Director of Creative Industries and other partners as appropriate, to document and affirm the contributing impacts, health and vitality of Michigan’s arts, culture, arts education and creative industries both non- profit and for profit.
- Support the President & CEO in managing ArtServe’s roles and responsibilities for the Michigan Cultural Data Project (CDP) including organizational and funder outreach, coordination of orientation and reports trainings, research and reporting, fundraising and grantmaking, strategic communications, coordination with the Michigan CDP Advisory Council, and ongoing collaboration with the Cultural Data Project team.
- Work in partnership with Michigan Youth Arts, the Michigan Department of Education, and other statewide arts education organizations to plan and conduct research, analysis and reporting activities documenting the depth and presence of arts education in Michigan schools in an effort to define, lead and advance an arts education policy platform and agenda.
- Research, develop and disseminate educational and informational tools, resources and reports, using appropriate print, web, online and social media and methods, to share information on trends, developments, needs, challenges, opportunities and other relevant issues facing or engaging the arts, culture, arts education and creative industries.
- Manage and coordinate ArtServe’s advocacy and public policy strategic communications using advocacy e-alert and messaging platforms such as Voter Voice, e-blasts, social media and other ?online and traditional communication resources and tools.
- Coordinate, review and respond to general inquiries or other communications/requests by constituents seeking ArtServe’s advocacy and public policy services and resources.
- Develop and coordinate appropriate methods of promotion for ArtServe’s advocacy and public policy initiatives in consultation with the President & CEO, and aligned with the organization’s Strategic Communications goals and priorities. This may require collaboration with other ArtServe staff, contractors, consultants and external partners such as the Communications Specialist contractor, media/communications partners, web and brand identity designers, etc.
- Manage information gathering, design and delivery of the email and web-based communications related to ArtServe’s advocacy and public policy initiatives with support from and in coordination with the Communications Specialist contractor, external media/communications partner, and other ArtServe staff as appropriate. This may involve writing or editing advocacy alerts, policy updates, case statements, articles, talking points or other related tasks and activities to advance ArtServe’s advocacy aims.
- Manage and update websites and social media channels with program/resource related information in coordination and partnership with Communications Specialist contractor. This includes updating and managing the ArtServe Michigan and ArtServe MI Arts Action Network websites and social media channels and may require coordination and collaboration with other ArtServe staff and external communications partners.
- Assist the President & CEO with preparation of speech, presentation, testimony, op eds, media releases and blog posts regarding advocacy and public policy issues.
- Provide management, administrative and logistic support for the advocacy/public policy initiatives including managing meeting requests and maintaining the shared calendar; handling travel and other logistical arrangements; coordinating logistical details for internal and external meetings; updating the shared contacts databases/lists; and assisting with developing and formatting presentations and other electronic documents.
- Support the President & CEO in developing, administering and monitoring the approved program budget, including coordinating requests for payment, contracts, and allowable expense reimbursements from vendors/contractors, and assisting with the preparation of budget, financial and grant reports.
- Maintain official records and documents, and ensure compliance with all governing laws, best management practices and standards, and grant requirements, including record-keeping and timely filing of lobby registration and expense reports with state and federal government.
- Contribute to and review plans, proposals and recommendations related to the advocacy and public policy initiatives; coordinate evaluation methods and benchmarking to measure progress,
impacts and success; and share and reflect on program activity for future improvements/adjustments.
- Work closely with all colleagues to ensure that ArtServe’s advocacy and public policy initiatives contribute to the organization’s mission and aims and are relevant and responsive to the needs, challenges and opportunities of ArtServe’s constituents, stakeholders and Michigan’s arts, culture, arts education and creative industries as a whole.
- Monitor expenditures related to the approved budget(s), ensure reimbursement of authorized expenses, maintain supporting documentation of related contracts and work with the Office Manager and other staff on the annual budgeting process.
- Recruit and coordinate participation by volunteers and interns/externs, as may be required.
- A bachelor’s degree in Public Policy, Public Administration or related field is required. A master’s degree in a relevant or related field is preferred.
- A minimum of two to five years of relevant professional experience in public policy, legislative affairs, or related fields is desired.
- A combination of education, skills and experience may be considered in the selection of the final candidate for this position.
REQUIRED SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE
- Experience, expertise and interest in direct and grassroots advocacy and lobbying, legislative and political processes, coordination with government agencies at the state, federal, local/regional levels as may be appropriate.
- Experience and expertise in program planning, management and delivery as well as strong ?analytical and innovative problem-solving skills.
- Excellence in interpersonal communication skills, both internal and external, including the ability to communicate information and case statements in a clear and compelling manner to influence change and motivate others to action.
- Organizational skills and ability to plan work priorities and flows, manage multiple tasks and priorities simultaneously, adhere to budgets and deadlines, and provide attention to detail and appropriate follow-through actions.
- Ability to build coalitions and work collaboratively with wide array of individuals, partners and groups within a demanding environment involving multiple projects, priorities, deadlines and unexpected changes to priorities requiring immediate and urgent action.
- Excellence and effectiveness in written/verbal communications, facilitation of communications in individual and group meetings, public presentations and testimony, and group facilitation.
- Proficient computer and information technology skills, particularly relating to office and data retrieval systems, and web/social media communications including proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe Acrobat Professional, Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Drive.
- Commitment to personal and professional learning and development and willingness to undertake relevant training as may be appropriate.
- Willingness to travel state-wide and nationally to attend conferences, forums, meetings, hearings and events, both internal and external and with occasional overnight travel requirements.
- Understanding and passion for the critical importance of the arts, culture, arts education and ?creative industries as essential assets and transformational forces in Michigan’s reinvention and economy, the vitality of its communities, and the enrichment of its people.
- Ability to lead, take initiative, think creatively and work collaboratively.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to influence and motivate others to action.
- Self-motivated, energetic and enthusiastic and enjoyment of and ability to work under pressure.
- An adaptable and flexible approach to work.
- Commitment to diversity and inclusion.
This is a full-time non-exempt salaried position with salary levels commensurate with experience and qualifications. While ArtServe retains the right to adjust compensation for the selected candidate, the anticipated salary range for this position is $40,000 to $50,000 not including benefits.
Interested, qualified applicants should submit a cover letter, demonstrating their interest, suitability, and experience related to this position, a current resume and contact information for three (3) professional references by email or regular mail no later than Friday, April 19, 2013 by 4:00 pm EST to: Jennifer H. Goulet, President and CEO ArtServe Michigan 1 Clover Court, Wixom, Michigan 48393 firstname.lastname@example.org
A person in this position will be responsible for aiding in the design, architecture and implementation of agent software residing on enterprise servers, workstations, and terminal servers utilizing highly distributed technologies to track large volumes of data in the most efficient way possible. These agents must be scalable, secure, operate in a fault-tolerant manner, and be able to run on a large variety of hardware and operating systems.
Two or more years of C++ experience in a Windows, Unix or Linux environment on software product or hosted service offerings (commercial or open source). - BS or MS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering or similar - Five (5) years of C++ experience on Microsoft Windows with a good working knowledge of Visual C++ development tools. - Commercial software development experience - In-depth experience with network programming at the socket level.
ePrize Technical Business Analysts act as the liaison between the business and technology development teams. They work closely with project managers to help insure flawless execution of project timelines. They translate technical and business needs to respective recipients. They also identify and interpret technical and business needs and document as appropriate.
Description and Responsibilities:
Develop and maintain end user documentation related to system.
Research, plan, and recommend system and software choices to satisfy the organization’s business requirements.
Assist in developing design considerations, cost analyses, and execution time-lines.
Conduct task analysis and interact with system users in order to identify chances for the improvement of productivity, integration, and to decrease costs.
Prepare programming and system documentation for other programmers and users in compliance with external and internal standards.
Facilitate JAD sessions with business and technical Subject Matter Experts.
Education: Bachelor's Degree
Technical understanding of JVM technologies
Sound knowledge of documentation procedures, programming procedures and methods, and program flow charts
Expert knowledge of System analysis and Workflow Management
Ability to understand complex database systems
Excellent organizational & time-management skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks
Ability to provide individual and group-based seminar/workshop hardware/software training
Ability to work independently with minimum supervision
Ability to work with diverse group of professionals in close cooperation
Excellent communication skills – written and verbal for working with clients as well as outside vendors
Ability to connect and explain business and technical requirements to 'non-technical' team members
Responsive to questions, concerns and requests
Excellent problem solving skills. Ability to look at new, different ways to use our existing technology and process and also how to leverage new tools and technology
Initiative to look into emerging technologies, to work with delivery to make new products easier for the teams to deliver
Our client combines and expands the complementary wheel-end foundation brake technologies of two global leaders. This joint venture, formed in 2004, is a single, complete source for OEM brake system wheel end design, manufacturing, hardware, and support for all foundation brake components and actuation systems, as well as all-makes coverage of nearly 50,000 medium- and heavy-duty aftermarket parts. This successful $250M division is headquartered in Ohio, with engineering operations in both Ohio and Michigan and a manufacturing facility in Kentucky and Mexico. They also have shared distribution centers in CA, IN, NV, Mexico and Montreal, Canada.
Reporting directly to the Divisional President, this position is responsible for providing the overall financial assessment, leadership and management of the Wheel End product business team, which consist of three product lines. The position has a leadership role in guiding the overall profitability and growth of this key division. It is expected that this leader engage in healthy discussions related to strategy and must be able to lead financially, help make directional guidance suggestions and think as a business partner. The Director of Finance position directs the administrative and strategic affairs of the organization related to all financial activities; recommends to management major economic objectives, policies and opportunities. The Director of Finance prepares or directs the preparation of reports, which summarize and forecast business activity of the company's financial position in the following areas: income, expenses, earnings and cash flow based on past, present, and expected operations. The position incorporates essential duties and responsibilities that involve review of past performance, management of daily and monthly activities, and active preparation in visioning and building the future of the business. BA or BS degree in Accounting required; MBA and/or CPA a plus. Green Belt certification is a plus. Minimum of 7 years of direct and progressive financial analysis experience; manufacturing environment required. SAP or other financial Enterprise Resource Planning systems experience is required. Must have previous management experience, developing and managing a professional staff. Advanced Excel modeling and programming skills is desired. Must have extensive understanding of financial concepts including financial statement analysis, accounting, budgeting, profitability analysis, and standard costing methodologies.
Our client is a pioneer in the plastics compression molding industry; materials include sheet and bulk molding compounds, glass mat and long fiber thermoplastics, and low pressure thermoplastics composites. Their customers include industrial OEMs, automotive, non-automotive, agriculture, heavy and medium duty truck, construction, Tier 1 suppliers and other custom molders throughout the US and Mexico. Founded in 1982, this privately-held $400M company has its headquarters and Prototype R&D labs located in Southeastern Michigan an additional seven (7) manufacturing facilities located in Ohio, and one (1) each in Indiana, Louisiana and Tijuana, Mexico. ISO/TS 16949, QS 9000-1998 and ISO 14001 certified they offer their customers both patented hyper-atmosphere vacuum assist compression molding and impingement flexible bonding & machining centers along with state-of-the-art paint facilities.
The Vice President of Sales will have the overall responsibility for ensuring critical corporate short- and long-term strategic sales goals are achieved. The Vice President of Sales will take a leading role in developing and executing the sales, marketing, team development, and global business growth strategy; provides day-to-day oversight and support for all sales functions; guides all sales activities with integrity, honesty, transparency, and a partnering philosophy. They will assure the objective of maximizing growth and profitability is consistently met; and acts as a leading agent for change and product development in this innovative, high-tech company. The Vice President of Sales ensures that company strategies are clearly understood by all stakeholders and that the sales organization fully supports the achievement of the company's strategic and operational goals. In conjunction with the Executive Management Team, the Vice President of Sales will identify and lead critical new business development opportunities and initiate and secure highly productive business relationships for the benefit of the company. Position will report to the CEO. Develops business plans and sales strategy for products and accounts that ensures attainment of company sales goals and profitability. Understands and monitors the latest trends in sales strategy and techniques and modifies the company approach accordingly. Works closely with COO, Chief of Engineering and their teams to ensure that the voice of the customer is communicated throughout the organization. Will be directly responsible for the recruitment, training, mentoring and supervision of the sales and marketing team (10-15 direct reports and matrixed indirect reports). Bachelors in Business or Marketing is required; Masters in Business is preferred. 15+ years of experience in sales management within an Automotive Tier supplier. Should have extensive experience in all aspects of Customer Relationship Management. Willingness to travel and work within a global team of professionals (50% travel). Must have a demonstrated success crafting custom solutions from company resources to meet customer needs along with success in a long sales cycle environment. Should have the ability to work in a small/medium sized company with a minimum support network and ability to work with large companies as customers.
JOIN THE TEAM THAT IS LEADING THE WAY IN MEMORIAL LIGHTING Light of Hope is the new name in the memorial industry. We are moving ahead on a very fast track as we introduce our first line of cutting-edge solar power lighting products engineered specifically for the memorial industry. The state-of-art design and LED technology of these products, which are engineered, manufactured and assembled in the USA, will make a huge impact in the industry. We are currently seeking to hire a Controller to join our team: The Controller reports to the Chief Financial Officer. The Controller will be responsible for oversight of all finance, accounting and reporting activities. As the number-two executive to the CFO, the Controller will be involved in supporting presentations to the board finance and audit committee and will work closely with the senior leadership team. Essential Job Functions • Guides financial decisions by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing policies and procedures. • Protects assets by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing internal controls. • Monitors and confirms financial condition by conducting audits; providing information to external auditors. • Maximizes return, and limits risk, on cash by minimizing bank balances; making investments. • Prepares budgets by establishing schedules; collecting, analyzing, and consolidating financial data; recommending plans. • Achieves budget objectives by scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions. • Provides status of financial condition by collecting, interpreting, and reporting financial data. • Prepares special reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends. • Complies with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; anticipating future legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; filing financial reports; advising management on needed actions. • Ensures operation of equipment by establishing preventive maintenance requirements and service contracts; maintaining equipment inventories; evaluating new equipment and techniques. • Completes operational requirements by scheduling and assigning employees; following up on work results. • Maintains financial staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees. • Maintains financial staff job results by coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results. • Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies. • Protects operations by keeping financial information and plans confidential. • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Requirements • Bachelor Degree in Finance or Accounting required. • Certified Public Accounting (CPA) certification highly preferred. • Minimum five to seven years in progressively responsible financial management leadership roles. Other Skills/Abilities • Leverage strengths of the current finance team members, help to clarify roles and responsibilities and develop and implement training programs in order to maximize and reach optimal individual and organizational goals; • Provide leadership in strengthening internal communications with staff at all levels throughout the organization; create and promote a positive and supportive work environment. • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a proactive, hands-on strategic thinker who will own, in partnership with the CFO, the responsibility for finance • Solid experience coordinating audit activities and managing reporting, budget development and analysis, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger, payroll, and accounting for investments • A track record in grants management as it relates to compliance and reporting of government, corporate and foundation grants is essential • Technology savvy with experience selecting and overseeing software installations and managing relationships with software vendors; advanced knowledge of accounting and reporting software • Commitment to recruiting, mentoring, training, and retaining a diverse team; the foresight and ability to delegate accordingly • Keen analytic, organization and problem solving skills which allows for strategic data interpretation versus. simple reporting • Strong interpersonal and communication skills; experience in effectively communicating key data, including presentations to senior management, board or other outside partners • Ability and desire to translate complex financial concepts to individuals at all levels including finance and non-finance managers NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Incumbent may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.