Request Technology - Craig Johnson
*We are unable to sponsor for this permanent Full time role* *Position is bonus eligible* Prestigious Global Firm is currently seeking a Cloud Azure O365 Cloud Architect. Candidate is responsible for designing the various cloud platforms in conjunction with on-prem services supporting the multiple application stacks that run the business. Provides subject-matter-expertise for current and future planning, technical architectures, models and standards. Working closely with the other members of the architecture team to ensure a cohesive enterprise technology strategy and direction. Responsibilities: The Cloud Architect establishes and leads the technology strategy and technology roadmaps that enable the business. They maintain enterprise level architecture through the stages of planning, design and execution of all new platform buildouts that support our application strategies. Lead, develop, and socialize the design, development, and deployment of solutions for cloud migration, application migration, and cloud data security. Ensure cloud solutions/deployments are in line with the enterprise architecture strategies and standards across business, data, application, infrastructure, network, and security spaces. Review existing architectures to identify technical deficiencies, design gaps, new opportunities, and create actionable recommendation for cloud migration and enhancements. Listening, drawing out key concepts and articulating advanced technical and non-technical concepts with ease (both written and oral formats) to customers, peers and management at several levels and across the organization with minimal oversight. Proceeds from concept, to design, to leading the implementation of complex, medium to large scale projects. Ability to balance the long term big picture and short term implications of decisions. Ability to solicit input from internal and external sources, including the ability to investigate and incorporate best practices from other corporations, experience and sound judgment. Shares best practices, lessons learned and constantly updates the technical system architecture requirements based on changing technologies, and knowledge related to recent, current and upcoming vendor products and solutions Collaborates with other members of the Kirkland management staff and contributes to manager meetings, quarterly summits, etc... Does "whatever it takes" to support the tactical and strategic goals of the team and in the Firm. Qualifications: BS in Engineering, Information Technology, or equivalent work experience. 10+ years general technology experience, Law firm experience a plus 3+ years high level cloud infrastructure design Extensive In-Depth knowledge in public, private, and multi-cloud/hybrid environments (Azure, AWS, Google Cloud Platform) and migrating on-premise application and services to those platforms. Experience with containerization solutions and orchestration platforms, both on-premise and cloud based. Docker, Rancher, Kubernetes, Azure Kubernetes Service. Strong knowledge of templating and automation Scripting such as Power-Shell, Chef, Ansible, and Puppet Strong working knowledge of LAN/WAN/SDWAN concepts as they relate to hybrid environments Experience with building and maintaining high-availability (>99%) environments Strong understanding of Active Directory and Group Policy Strong knowledge of Windows and Linux server technologies Excellent analytical and organizational skills and attention to detail Excellent communication (verbal and written) skills in preparing reports, presentations and documentation. Demonstrated ability to work independently and troubleshoot problems with speed and efficiency is required. Ability to travel (domestically and internationally) as necessary Certification: Technical certifications (eg, Microsoft MCSA/MCSE; Azure Solutions Architect.) a plus.
FHLBank San Francisco
San Francisco, California
Job Description: When you join the Bank's Credit group, you are part of a team that produces high-quality fundamental credit research based on established underwriting procedures. You have the opportunity to participate in committees and working groups with senior corporate executives of the Bank and client meetings with the Bank's members. The successful candidate can work effectively in a fast-paced environment, possesses strong interpersonal and communication skills, is customer-oriented, and demonstrates excellent presentation skills in front of internal and external audiences. The position reports to the Senior Director, Head of Non-Depository Member Credit. Major Accountabilities: Credit analysis and underwriting A qualified Senior Associate usually maintains direct analytical responsibilities for Member-obligors in the Insurance and Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) sectors with the lead or a senior analyst's guidance. These responsibilities include ongoing surveillance and credit quality rating recommendations, repeat analytical contact with Member-obligors' senior management, and presentation of analytical findings to internal constituencies. We prepare our most successful Senior Associate to become our future senior analysts in sector teams. Credit Origination and Monitoring Adhere to the Bank's analytical guidelines, operational procedures, and policies. Build a solid fundamental knowledge of the financial data supporting the qualitative credit quality rating decisions. Underwrite new bank membership applications in compliance with the Federal Housing Finance Agency's Membership Approval regulations and the Bank's policies and procedures. Analyze the credit risk assumed by the Bank for assigned institutions by monitoring the financial condition of each institution and recommending changes in credit quality rating, exposure limits, and collateral status as appropriate. Maintain familiarity with capital market trends, accounting standards, regulations, and general industry and economic conditions to determine their effects on member financial and creditworthiness. Determine, administer and execute appropriate credit mitigation plans for troubled members on the Bank's watch-list and short-lists. Build a strong working relationship with Credit program and systems product owners and technical and operational support teams for the underlying data requirements for assigning credit risk ratings. Qualifications and Experience: BA in Finance, Economics, Accounting, Engineering, Mathematics and/or progress on CFA strongly preferred. Minimum of three to five years' experience in the field of credit analysis in a regulated financial institution, regulatory agency, a credit-rating agency, or audit company. Proficiency with figures and the ability to maintain financial ratios and data accuracy and be detail-oriented while complying with deadlines. Experience with or understanding of assessing credit risk associated with a bank and non-bank financial institutions, lending to Insurance companies, non-regulated mortgage lenders/investors, Community Development Institutions, and mortgage Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). Strong analytical skills with a good understanding of financial statement analysis, accounting concepts, and financial modeling. Demonstrated experience with Excel/Word/PowerPoint and database application skills. Demonstrated aptitude and successful experience with using credit underwriting scorecards (or models) and the infrastructure supporting them. Solid verbal and written communication skills and the capacity to learn and contribute. Critical Competencies: - The successful candidate can demonstrate proficiency in the Bank's desired competencies: Collaborates: Building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives. Instills trust: Gaining the confidence and trust of others through honesty, integrity, and authenticity. Communicates effectively: Developing and delivering multi-mode communications that clearly understand the unique needs of different audiences. Values differences: Recognizing the value different perspectives and cultures bring to an organization. Customer focus: Building strong customer relationships and delivering customer-centric solutions. Notice regarding COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement: At the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco, our top priority is the health and safety of our team members, our families, and the communities we serve. As part of our commitment to health and safety, the Bank requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. New employees must be able to provide proof of vaccination on their first day of work. A person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after the second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine or two weeks after a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine has been administered. If you are unable to be vaccinated against COVID-19 because of a sincerely held religious belief, medical condition, or disability, the Bank will consider requests for accommodation in accordance with applicable law. The Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and is committed to a diverse workforce. We value and actively seek to recruit, develop, and retain individuals with varied backgrounds and experiences reflecting the full diversity of the communities that we serve. It is the policy of the Bank to comply with all applicable laws concerning the employment of persons with disabilities.
Bishop Rehabilitation & Nursing Center
Syracuse, New York
Bishop Rehabilitation & Nursing Center is looking for a highly motivated individual interested in a rewarding career in long-term care. As an Assistant Administrator, you will be working with a team of administrative and clinical professionals to lead staff and manage the facility. If you are interested in pursuing a Nursing Home Administrator's license this is your chance to kick start your career. Bishop Rehabilitation & Nursing Center is offering this unique opportunity for the right individual who is self-motivated, attentive to detail, and has strong management skills. We give you time to develop your skills and understand the industry regulations to help prepare you for a successful career as a Nursing Home Administrator. Responsibilities: Work with the licensed Administrator in all aspects of nursing home management Perform other duties as assigned by the Administrator Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Bachelor's degree required 2+ years of experience working in a skilled nursing facility (SNF) Must be computer literate and capable of learning new software BIS6
This is a hybrid role with a requirement to come into the office. We will only consider local candidates. RCF Connects (formerly Richmond Community Foundation) strives for healthy, thriving communities that are safe and diverse. Families flourish, and children are given new hope for a bright and abundant future. RCF Connects partners with the community to inspire leadership and share the vision for work in five areas: Community Growth, Health, Restoring Neighborhoods, Education, and Public Safety. Our work is driven by a solid aspiration to work with our communities to strengthen economic, racial, cultural, social, and gender equity. This aspiration is expressed both in the outcomes we strive for and in how we do our work. Equity is both our organizational value and our goal. This is reflected in RCF's commitment to achieving equity goals in hiring and building a workforce with a range of experiences, backgrounds, and abilities to serve our diverse communities. RCF strongly encourages applicants of color to apply. To learn more, please visit . POSITION DESCRIPTION HCC , seeks a Full-time Hybrid project staff that will support functions related to our 10-month (June 1, 2022- February 2023) project, Advancing Health Equity , including project coordination for Outreach and Education to enroll up to 8,000 CC immigrants in a Primary Care program, Contra Costa CARES and support Community Health Advocates in their health equity policy advocacy; and community engagement activities and communications and other duties as assigned. This is a hybrid role of working from home and in the office: you MUST be local and able to commute to the office in Richmond CA. There will be required days working in the office. As a condition of employment, employees must comply with RCF Connects COVID-19 policy. The Advancing Health Equity project addresses social inequalities faced by Contra Costa County's (CCC) residents, with a focus on those experiencing rental burden, homelessness, low-wage work, and exposure to air pollution. The project also seeks to engage and empower community members through outreach, education, and advocacy around health equity issues. Project staff will support various aspects of the Advancing Health Equity project, including outreach and education, to enroll up to 8,000 CC immigrants in a Primary Care program, Contra Costa CARES. They will also support community health advocates in their policy advocacy work around health equity issues, as well as community engagement activities and communications. Other duties as assigned may also be included. This position will report to the HCC Senior Director and is based in Richmond, CA. It may be necessary to travel to Central and East Contra Costa County. RESPONSIBILITIES: Work closely with HCC Senior Director and Staff to provide support for ongoing campaigns and the Community Health Advocate Teams by actively recruiting and supporting team members to participate in training related to equity-based participatory research and policy advocacy needed for campaigns. Coordinate relevant HCC activities related to the CC Cares Outreach and Education Plan CC CARES O&E and will provide coordination between Contra Costa Health Services, Three Community Health Centers (La Clinica de la Raza, Brighter Beginnings and LifeLong Medical Care) and the Costa Alliance composed of 15 Community Based Organizations. Coordination activities include, but are not limited to the following: Campaign Coordination- CC CARES Outreach & Education: Work closely with HCC Senior Director and staff to provide support for ongoing campaigns and the Community Health Advocate Teams Coordinate relevant HCC activities related to the CC Cares Outreach and Education Plan, including campaign coordination, internal training sessions, creation of outreach tools and processes, client follow-up, and data collection and evaluation. Community Health Advocate Support & Coordination Support Community Health Advocates to co-design-policy advocacy approach with CCHS Health Equity staff to ensure that community leaders are represented on the proposed health department Health Equity Advisory Committee. Serve as a liaison between the community health advocates and Contra Costa Health Services to facilitate communication and collaboration Coordinate training sessions, community events, and participation in county-level policy advocacy to achieve project outcomes. Communications Assist in internal/external social media strategies related to projects, including email blasts, and social media strategies to engage the broader community Qualifications: 2 years of relevant experience in providing support to community-based activities OR recent Census canvassing. Knowledge and experience of community organizing in communities of color. Knowledge of healthcare systems and programs, public health prevention initiatives, and Contra Costa CARES (Contra Costa County Access to Resource and Emergency Services) is a plus. Process facilitation capacity, including the ability to set meeting agendas and goals, manage complex relationships and resolve conflict. Experience working directly with people from diverse backgrounds and communities, understanding and incorporating the perspective of impacted communities in campaign goals and decisions, and knowledge of system policy/practices in Contra Costa County that directly impact health and racial outcomes in communities. Ability to adapt communication styles to diverse environments, excellent written and verbal communication skills, self-motivated and reliable with a strong interest in committing to the HCC Initiatives work, cultural humility to work effectively with ethnically and racially diverse colleagues, and the ability to plan workload and maximize resources. Have access to reliable transportation for job-related tasks. Must be able to work evenings and weekends as needed. Some travel outside the Richmond area will also be required. COMPENSATION Salary/Benefits Flexible in-office requirements. Compensation will be based on 10-month project funding at an hourly rate of $26.44 with a Hybrid schedule.' The role is 40 hours per week temporary, non-exempt, hourly position that is not eligible to take part in RCF Connects benefits. RCF Connects is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation. Powered by JazzHR PI