Cluster Staffing Sample Clauses

Cluster Staffing 

Related to Cluster Staffing

  • Staffing Consultant will designate in writing to Authority its representative, and the manner in which it will provide staff support for the project, which must be approved by Authority. Consultant must notify Authority’s Contract Representative of any change in personnel assigned to perform work under this Contract, and the Authority’s Contract Representative has the right to reject the person or persons assigned to fill the position or positions. The Authority’s Contract Representative shall also have the right to require the removal of the Consultant’s previously assigned personnel, including Consultant’s representative, provided sufficient cause for such removal exists. The criteria for requesting removal of an individual will be based on, but not limited to, the following: technical incompetence, inability to meet the position’s qualifications, failure to perform, poor attendance, ethics violation, unsafe work habits, or damage to Authority or other property. Upon notice for removal, Consultant shall replace such personnel with personnel substantially equal in ability and qualifications for the positions and shall submit the proposed replacement personnel qualification and abilities to the Authority, in writing, for approval.

  • PROMOTIONS AND STAFF CHANGES A) Employer Shall Notify Union Prior to filling any staff change or promotion covered by the terms of this agreement, the Employer shall notify the Union and post notice of the position electronically for a minimum of five (5) working days in order that all members will know about the position and be able to make written application. Such notice shall contain the following information: nature of position, required knowledge and education, ability and skills, shift, wage and salary rate or range.

  • Diversity The Department is dedicated to fostering the continued development and economic growth of small, minority-, veteran-, and women-owned businesses. Participation of a diverse group of Vendors doing business with the State is central to the Department’s effort. To this end, small, minority-, veteran-, and women-owned business enterprises are encouraged to participate in the State’s procurement processes, including as subcontractors under prime contracts. Enterprises that desire to be certified as a small, minority-, veteran-, or women-owned business can request certification information from the Department’s Office of Supplier Diversity, which can be reached at this link: xxxx://xxx.xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx/other_programs/office_of_supplier_diversity_osd THE REMAINDER OF THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK.

  • Provider Network The HMO must enter into written contracts with properly credentialed Providers as described in this Section. The Provider contracts must comply with the Uniform Managed Care Manual’s requirements. The HMO must maintain a Provider Network sufficient to provide all Members with access to the full range of Covered Services required under the Contract. The HMO must ensure its Providers and subcontractors meet all current and future state and federal eligibility criteria, reporting requirements, and any other applicable rules and/or regulations related to the Contract. The Provider Network must be responsive to the linguistic, cultural, and other unique needs of any minority, elderly, or disabled individuals, or other special population in the Service Areas and HMO Programs served by the HMO, including the capacity to communicate with Members in languages other than English, when necessary, as well as with those who are deaf or hearing impaired. The HMO must seek to obtain the participation in its Provider Network of qualified providers currently serving the Medicaid and CHIP Members in the HMO’s proposed Service Area(s). Medicaid HMOs utilizing Out-of-Network providers to render services to their Members must not exceed the utilization standards established in 1 T.A.C. §353.4. HHSC may modify this requirement for Medicaid HMOs that demonstrate good cause for noncompliance, as set forth in §353.4(e)(3).

  • Support Staff The Chief Superintendent or designee shall be authorized to grant short leave of absence to support staff in accordance with this section as follows:

  • Staffing Plan To ensure compliance with this Section, the Manager shall submit a staffing plan to document the composition of the proposed workforce to be utilized in the performance of the Agreement, or where required, information on the Manager’s total work force, including apprentices, broken down by the specified categories listed, including ethnic background, gender, and Federal occupational categories. Prior to the execution of the Agreement and within ten (10) calendar days after a receipt of a request thereof, Manager shall submit the staffing plan to the Fund. The form of the staffing plan shall be supplied by the Fund.

  • Contractor Staff All employees of the Contractor, or of its subcontractors, who perform Project Based IT Consulting Services under the resulting Authorized User Agreement, shall possess the necessary qualifications, training, licenses, and permits as may be required within the jurisdiction where the services specified are to be provided or performed, and shall be legally entitled to work in such jurisdiction. All persons, corporations, or other legal entities that perform Services under the Contract on behalf of Contractor shall, in performing the Services, comply with all applicable Federal, State, and local laws concerning employment in the United States. The following requirements shall apply in addition to the requirements of Appendix B, section 42, Employees, Subcontractors and Agents, unless otherwise agreed to by the Authorized User: Staffing Changes

  • Office and Support Staff During the Employment Period, the Executive shall be entitled to an office or offices of a size and with furnishings and other appointments, and to exclusive personal secretarial and other assistance, at least equal to the most favorable of the foregoing provided to the Executive by the Company and its affiliated companies at any time during the 120-day period immediately preceding the Effective Date or, if more favorable to the Executive, as provided generally at any time thereafter with respect to other peer executives of the Company and its affiliated companies.

  • Project Staff Contractor shall appoint to the Project Staff: (i) individuals with suitable training and skills to provide the Work, and (ii) sufficient staffing to adequately provide the Work. Contractor shall make commercially reasonable efforts consistent with sound business practices to honor the specific request of the JBE with regard to assignment of its employees. The JBE may require Contractor to remove any personnel from the Project Staff that interact with any personnel of the Judicial Branch Entities or JBE Contractors (including, without limitation, the Contractor Project Manager) upon providing to Contractor a reason (permitted by law) for such removal. Contractor may, with the JBE’s consent, continue to retain such member of the Project Staff in a role that does not interact with any personnel of the Judicial Branch Entities or

  • Geometric visibility The visibility of the illuminating surface, including its visibility in areas which do not appear to be illuminated in the direction of observation considered, shall be ensured within a divergent space defined by generating lines based on the perimeter of the illuminating surface and forming an angle of not less than 5° with the axis of reference of the headlamp.