Ability to. A. Read and interpret land use, building, grading, and property maintenance codes, and apply this knowledge to specific problems (including interpreting ordinances and regulations for the public);
Ability to. Interrelate and deal effectively with diverse campus groups and individuals under routine and stressful conditions. • Learn and correctly interpret district and college rules, regulations, and policies. • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. • Write clear, concise, and comprehensive reports. • Effectively use and maintain issued equipment. • Operate a vehicle observing legal and defensive driving practices. • Understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions. • Establish and maintain effective relationships with students, faculty, staff, law enforcement personnel and the community in general. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Individuals possessing the knowledge, skills, abilities, and licenses and certifications listed above are considered to possess the necessary education and experience. Prior successful experience in the security or law enforcement fields is desirable. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Strength: Sustained posture or intense attentiveness for prolonged periods. At least half of the workweek requires exposure to sensory extremes. Light lifting, carrying and/or pushing objects weighing less than 30 pounds. Willing to work any of three shifts with irregular days off. EXHIBIT C
Ability to. Operate, maintain and perform routine repairs on hardware, software and peripheral equipment similar to the hiring department's environment. Troubleshoot routine hardware and software issues and make minor repairs/adjustments. Respond appropriately to customer service requests. Communicate technical information. Plan, organize, prioritize and process own work to ensure that deadlines are met. Learn and utilize specialized terminology if needed by the specific assignment. Read, understand and apply technical information pertaining to computer systems. Adapt quickly to changes in policies, procedures, assignments and work locations. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those encountered during the course of the work.
Ability to. ○ Ability to develop strong relationships and work collaboratively, creatively, and flexibly with students, staff, and families. ○ Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others of diverse backgrounds, experience, and personalities in a manner that achieves District goals. ○ Communicate effectively in English orally and in writing, and model communication skills using tact, patience, and courtesy to respond to the needs of team members and others. ○ Operate personal computer, related software, and other office equipment, and flexibly learn new applications and systems as needed. ○ Meet District standards of professional conduct as outlined in Board Policy. ● EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or equivalent. Three years of experience working with students in an urban setting.
Ability to. Plan, organize and manage District operations; « Define service goals and objectives; • Establish and evaluate District policies, practices and procedures; analyze and interpret sanitation and waste management technologies, laws, regulations, codes, ordinances and requirements; • Conceptualize, develop and implement community education programs; • Administer risk management and safety awareness programs; present operating budget and capital improvements recommendations for Board approval; • Prepare and present a variety of reports and correspondence; • Train, supervise and evaluate the work of assigned staff and contract personnel; • Provide policy direction to District employees to resolve fee assessment, refund and exemption issues; MCSD GM Agreement 4 Attachment 1 1107555.1 • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships with the Board, City and District staff, county, regional, state and federal representatives, commercial haulers, consultants, contractors, vendors, business owners, educators, community associations, and public and private representatives; • Maintain confidentiality of sensitive District information; • Remain current in industry trends through educational related activities in areas pertinent to District services.
Ability to. Understand and carry out oral and written directions in accordance with established timelines. • Work independently in the absence of supervision. • React with good judgment in emergency situations. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. • Travel between various work sites within the Eastern Sierra. • Perform fieldwork requiring hiking over steep and rough terrain, OHV activities, and winter fieldwork including backcountry activities and OSV.
Ability to. Invest Assets. There are no material restrictions, limitations or regulations with respect to the ability of the Company to invest its assets as described in the Disclosure Package and the Prospectus, other than as described therein or as set forth in that certain Amended and Restated Loan Funding and Servicing Agreement dated as of September 18, 2006 between Patriot Capital Funding LLC I, as Borrower, Patriot Capital Funding, Inc as Servicer, Fairway Finance Company, LLC as Conduit Lender and BMO Capital Markets Corp. as Agent.
Ability to. Demonstrate journeyman level skills in the specific trade; estimate the scope and costs of work assignments and select necessary tools, equipment and materials to complete the job; use the required tools and equipment skillfully and safely; work from sketches and blueprints; pick up or receive materials and supplies related to maintenance projects; perform skilled carpentry, plumbing, painting, locksmithing, and general maintenance duties independently; train and provide work direction to other assigned to assist with maintenance projects; work cooperatively with others; understand and follow oral and written instructions, communicate effectively with others; maintain records; work independently with minimal supervision; work efficiently to meet schedules and deadlines; operate a District vehicle to travel form site to site to perform duties, observe legal and defensive driving; Perform a variety of skilled building maintenance duties in the construction, repair and maintenance of District facilities, systems and equipment; inspect facilities, equipment and systems to ensure safe and efficient operation and legal compliance with fire, safety and uniform building codes; operate a variety of hand and power tools and equipment used on construction and maintenance work; service and make minor repairs to power mowers and other grounds maintenance tools and equipment. Perform heavy manual labor; lift and carry objects weighing up to 100 pounds; perform related duties as assigned.
Ability to work effectively with all types of people • communicate clearly and concisely both verbally and in writing • follow written and verbal instructions • execute emails, create word documents, reports and spreadsheets • establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work • recognize health, safety and security problems and respond appropriately • keep abreast of new technology • work under stressful situations • establish schedules and prioritize • delegate work • work overtime, weekends and other than normal day shift • seek continuing education and training in order to advance knowledge and skill in the field and job performance.