Suppliers and Customers (a) The Company has adequate sources of supply for its business as currently conducted and as proposed to be conducted. The Company has good relationships with all of its material sources of supply of goods and services and does not anticipate any material problem with any such material sources of supply.
Customers The names of your customers will remain your sole property and will not be used by us except for servicing or informational mailings and other correspondence in the normal course of business.
Major Customers Schedule 3.18 hereto sets forth a complete and correct list of the ten (10) largest customers of the Company in terms of revenue recognized in respect of such customer during the one (1) month ended July 31, 2007, showing the amount of revenue recognized for each such customer during such period. To the knowledge of the Company, except as set forth on Schedule 3.18 hereto, the Company has not received any notice or other communication (written or oral) from any of the customers listed in Schedule 3.18 hereto terminating, amending or reducing in any material respect, or setting forth an intention to terminate, amend or reduce in the future, or otherwise reflecting a material adverse change in, the business relationship between such customer and the Company.
Products and Services General Information The Vendor Agreement (“Agreement”) made and entered into by and between The Interlocal Purchasing System (hereinafter “TIPS”) a government cooperative purchasing program authorized by the Region 8 Education Service Center, having its principal place of business at 0000 XX Xxx 000 Xxxxx, Xxxxxxxxx, Xxxxx 00000 and the TIPS Vendor. This Agreement consists of the provisions set forth below, including provisions of all attachments referenced herein. In the event of a conflict between the provisions set forth below and those contained in any attachment, the provisions set forth shall control unless otherwise agreed by the parties in writing and by signature and date on the attachment. A Purchase Order (“PO”), Agreement or Contract is the TIPS Member’s approval providing the authority to proceed with the negotiated delivery order under the Agreement. Special terms and conditions as agreed between the Vendor and TIPS Member should be added as addendums to the Purchase Order, Agreement or Contract. Items such as certificate of insurance, bonding requirements, small or disadvantaged business goals are some, but not all, of the possible addendums.
Contact with Customers and Suppliers Until the Closing Date, the Buyer shall not, and shall cause its Affiliates and direct its other Representatives not to, contact or communicate with the employees, customers, suppliers, distributors or licensors of the Acquired Entities, or any other Persons having a business relationship with the Acquired Entities, concerning the transactions contemplated hereby or any of the foregoing relationships without the prior written consent of the Seller.
Suppliers No supplier of merchandise to the Company or any of its subsidiaries has ceased shipments to the Company or any of its subsidiaries, other than in the ordinary course of business consistent with past practices, which cessation would reasonably be expected to result in a Material Adverse Effect.
Customers and Suppliers Except as set forth in the Disclosure Memorandum with specific reference to this Section, as of the date hereof, no customer which individually accounted for more than 1% of the gross revenues of the Company and all its Subsidiaries during the 12 month period preceding the date hereof, and no supplier of the Company and all its Subsidiaries, has canceled or otherwise terminated, or made any written threat to the Company or any Subsidiary to cancel or otherwise terminate, its relationship with the Company or any Subsidiary, or has at any time on or after July 3, 1998 decreased materially its services or supplies to the Company and all its Subsidiaries in the case of any such supplier, or its usage of the services or products of the Company and all its Subsidiaries in the case of any such customer, and to the knowledge of the Company no such supplier or customer intends to cancel or otherwise terminate its relationship with the Company or any Subsidiary or to decrease materially its services or supplies to the Company and all its Subsidiaries or its usage of the services or products of the Company and all its Subsidiaries, as the case may be. From and after the date hereof, no customer which individually accounted for more than 5% of the gross revenues of the Company and all its Subsidiaries during the 12 month period preceding the Closing Date, has canceled or otherwise terminated, or made any written threat to the Company to cancel or otherwise terminate, for any reason, including without limitation the consummation of the transactions contemplated hereby, its relationship with the Company and all Subsidiaries, and no such customer intends to cancel or otherwise terminate its relationship with the Company and all its Subsidiaries or to decrease materially its usage of the services or products of the Company and all its Subsidiaries. Neither the Company nor any Subsidiary has breached, so as to provide a benefit to the Company or any Subsidiary that was not intended by the parties, any agreement with, or engaged in any fraudulent conduct with respect to, any customer or supplier of the Company or any Subsidiary. The Disclosure Memorandum with specific reference to this Section, sets forth the dates of each audit conducted since January 1, 1995 by each material supplier of the Company and its Subsidiaries and summaries of the results of such audits.
Customer Services Customer Relationship Management (CRM): All aspects of the CRM process, including planning, scheduling, and control activities involved with service delivery. The service components facilitate agencies’ requirements for managing and coordinating customer interactions across multiple communication channels and business lines. Customer Preferences: Customizing customer preferences relative to interface requirements and information delivery mechanisms (e.g., personalization, subscriptions, alerts and notifications).
Customers; Suppliers Executive does not have, and at any time during the term of this Agreement shall not have, any employment with or any direct or indirect interest in (as owner, partner, shareholder, employee, director, officer, agent, consultant or otherwise) any customer of or supplier to Company.
Customer Focus Is dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of internal and external customers; gets first hand customer information and uses it for improvements in products and services; acts with customers in mind; establishes and maintains effective relationships with customers and gains their trust and respect Integrity and Trust Is widely trusted; is seen as a direct, truthful individual; can present the unvarnished truth in an appropriate and helpful manner; keeps confidences; admits mistakes; doesn’t misrepresent him/herself for personal gain. Drive For Results Can be counted on to exceed goals successfully; Is constantly and consistently one of the top performers; very bottom line oriented; steadfastly pushes self and others for results. Role Specific Competencies Managing diversity Manages all kinds and classes of people equitably; deals effectively with all races, nationalities, cultures, disabilities irrespective of age and gender; supports equal and fair treatment and opportunity for all Priority Setting Spends own time and the time of others on what is important; can quickly sense what will help or hinder when seeking to accomplish goals; eliminates roadblocks; creates focus Problem Solving Uses logic and established processes to solve difficult problems and achieve effective solutions; can see hidden problems; Is excellent at honest analysis; looks beyond the obvious ; doesn’t stop at the first answers KEY RELATIONSHIPS Within Southern DHB External to Southern DHB • AHS&T Professional Leaders (PLs) • Clients, patients, families, whanau and caregivers • Multidisciplinary colleagues working in interprofessional ways • Services from the community, funding bodies, student or intern clinical liaison staff • Operational manager • Primary care - GPs, other medical staff • AHST Professional Development Facilitator • Relevant professional organisations • Administration staff • Other service providers • Relevant external services/organisations/stakeholders PERSON SPECIFICATION: ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE Education and Qualifications (or equivalent level of learning) • The appointee must be New Zealand Registered, registered in the Vocational Scope and hold a current practising certificate. • The appointee will have a recognised qualification in the specific Allied Health discipline or overseas equivalent. • Possess a current NZ driver’s license • Proven competence, knowledge and skills in Mental Health with a strong knowledge of relevant and appropriate Mental Health assessments and interventions Experience Experience working in a health/hospital settings providing effective clinical assessments and treatments for clients. Experience working effectively both as an autonomous health professional and as part of an interdisciplinary team providing clinical care and treatment for patients referred to the service. (Inpatient and/or outpatient). Knowledge and Skills: Demonstrated ability to use sound clinical judgements in a wide range of situations. Demonstrated skills in documenting assessments and reports which are easily interpretable by other clinicians, services and clients. Effective communication skills both written and oral. Demonstrated commitment to clinical and professional development showing a pattern of continuous learning and updating of skills and knowledge. To receive supervision as per the supervision policy To comply with the core competencies for the NA registration. Assist in the support and mentoring of intern psychologists KEY RESULT AREAS: Key Accountabilities: Example of successful delivery of duties and responsibilities Clinical Practice Legislative requirements • Practise in accordance with relevant legislation, codes, policies etc. and upholds consumer rights • Uphold professional code of ethics • You adhere to professional and legislative standards of practice • You work according to the scope of your Annual Practising Certificate Assessments and interventions (if appropriate to profession) • Your interventions are realistic and based on best practice • Undertake accurate and comprehensive assessments and evaluations • Plan and implement appropriate interventions • Provide relevant education - including any relevant alternative options - in a format that can be clearly understood • Collaborate with patients-populations to set realistic, person-centred outcomes • You use standard measurement tools and equipment as set down by departmental or professional protocols Documentation • Maintain confidentiality of patient information and documentation • Adhere to Southern DHB’s documentation standards • Your documentation is timely, clear, concise and accurate Culturally Sensitive Practice • Practices in a culturally safe manner • You assist others to gain appropriate support and representation which reflects their cultural needs and preferences. Professional Responsibilities Working in a collegial manner • Contribute to the support and education of colleagues and students to enhance development of the profession • Participate in and contribute to the functioning of the interprofessional team • Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with other staff • You have formal and informal systems in place for supporting colleagues • You maintain supervision records for students • You participate as a team member to ensure the best outcomes for patients/ people Skill Sharing • Share skills (as appropriate) with other health professionals and unregulated (assistant) workforces to enhance person centred outcomes • You use recognised skill sharing processes such as Calderdale to delegate parts of your practice to other team members Evidence-based practice and research • Consistently refer to and relate practice to literature and research • Critique, discuss and disseminate evidence based best practice • Reflect on and evaluate the effectiveness of own practice • You implement evidence-based best practice procedures and guidelines • You updates your knowledge related to best practice guidelines and area of practice • You maintain a professional portfolio or participate in an approved CPD programme (as per professional requirements) Time management • Manage own time adopting a disciplined approach to establishing and following identified role-related priorities • Your tasks are scheduled and completed in a timely manner Professional development • Develop and maintain professional competency • Appraisal, peer review, observed practice or other professional audits as applicable • Develop both personally and professionally to meet the changing needs of your career and profession • You hold current registration where applicable or as required • You maintain an up-to-date professional development plan Other Duties Undertaking duties from time to time that may be in addition to those outlined above but which fall within your capabilities and experience. Act as a role model for the Southern DHB Organisational Values. • You respond positively to requests for assistance in own and other areas, demonstrating adaptability and willingness. • You produce work that complies with SDHB processes and reflects best practice. • Research undertaken is robust and well considered. • Live and support the DHB values in everything you do. Professional Development – self Identifying areas for personal and professional development. • Training and development goals are identified/agreed with your manager. • Performance objectives reviewed annually with your manager. • You actively seek feedback and accept constructive criticism. Health, Safety and Wellbeing Taking all practicable steps to ensure personal safety and the safety of others while at work, in accordance with the Southern DHB’s Health, Safety and Wellbeing policies, procedures and systems. • You understand and consistently meet your obligations under Southern DHB’s Health and Safety policy/procedures. • You actively encourage and challenge your peers to work in a safe manner. • Effort is made to strive for best practice in Health and Safety at all times. Treaty of Waitangi The principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, as articulated by the courts and the Waitangi Tribunal will guide the Southern DHB response to Māori health improvement and equity. These contemporary principles include: • Tino rangatiratanga: Providing for Māori self- determination and mana motuhake in the design, delivery and monitoring of health and disability services. • Equity: Being committed to achieving equitable health outcomes for Māori. • Active protection: Acting to the fullest extent practicable to achieve equitable health outcomes for Māori. This includes ensuring that the Crown, its agents and its Treaty partner under Te Tiriti are well informed on the extent, and nature, of both Māori health outcomes and efforts to achieve Māori health equity. • Options: Providing for and properly resourcing kaupapa Māori health and disability services. Furthermore, the Crown is obliged to ensure that all health and disability services are provided in a culturally appropriate way that recognises and supports the expression of hauora Māori models of care. • Partnership: Working in partnership with Māori in the governance, design, delivery and monitoring of health and disability services – Māori must be co-designers, with the Crown, of the primary health system for Māori. • You will be able to demonstrate an understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, Māori Indigenous rights and current issues in relation to health and health equity ie: Whakamaua: Māori Health Action Plan 2020-2025. • You will contribute to responding to the DHBs Te Tiriti o Waitangi commitment to deliver effective and equitable healthcare with Māori patients and their whānau. • You will have the ability to incorporate Māori models of health, patient and whānau-centred models of care, and mātauranga Māori. • You will have insights into your own cultural awareness and an understanding of how your social-cultural influences inform biases that impact on your interactions with patients, whānau, and colleagues. • Recognising that there is an inherent power imbalance in-patient relationship and ensuring that this is not exacerbated by overlaying your own cultural values and practices on patients. Note: the above example measures are provided as a guide only. The precise performance measures for this position will require further discussion between the job holder and manager. CHANGES TO POSITION DESCRIPTION From time to time it may be necessary to consider changes to the position description in response to the changing nature of our work environment – including technological requirements or statutory changes. This Position Description may be reviewed as part of the preparation for your annual performance and development review. Acknowledged / Accepted: .............................................................................................................. ..................................................................... Employee Date .............................................................................................................. .....................................................................