JOB FUNCTIONS Sample Clauses

JOB FUNCTIONS. Residents, without the use of an intermediary (other than an interpreter) must be able to perform essential job functions that include, but are not limited to, those listed in Exhibit C, attached hereto and thereby incorporated herein.
JOB FUNCTIONS. The City Manager shall report only to the City Council regarding all City matters and is considered a "direct report" to the City Council. The City Manager shall perform the duties outlined in Section 3.020 of the City of Mesquite City Charter, act as an department head for the City Manager's Office, and report to the City Council as the chief executive officer of the City. Failure to abide by this Agreement or the job duties outlined under Section 3.020 of the City of Mesquite City Charter may result in the immediate termination of the employment of the City Manager and of this Agreement.
JOB FUNCTIONS. The key functions of the jobholder are to:  Manage, lead and direct activities of the Corporate Services departmentPlan and contribute to the development and implementation of municipal strategies  Financial Management of the departmentSafeguarding of assetsProvide strategic oversight of the Corporate Services function  Management and developmentPromote corporative governance and intergovernmental relations
JOB FUNCTIONS. The Director shall be directly responsible to the Municipal Manager and the Municipal Council for the Municipality’s performance operations, the realisation of the Performance Agreement and specifically, for regular evaluation and implementation of the Municipality’s strategic plan. This task includes but limited to the following:
JOB FUNCTIONS. Safely drives fire apparatus, vehicles, and crew to and from dispatched emergencies, operates pumps, elevating ladders, booms, and other equipment assigned or relative to apparatus. Safely drives and operates fire apparatus and vehicles in non-emergency situations. Makes pumper hook ups as necessary: maintains proper pressures on hose lines: checks motors and operating unit during operations, and makes necessary adjustments or changes. Cleans apparatus, tools, and equipment after use and assures everything is in proper working condition and returned to proper place. Responds to incidents requiring firefighting, patient care, rescue, hazardous material response or other service; may make initial determination of necessary personnel, equipment and suppression or containment tactics until relieved by superior officer. Advances hose lines into fire area; selects hose nozzle, depending on type of fire; lays and connects hoses; holds nozzle and directs stream of water onto fire; raises and climbs ladders; creates openings in buildings for ventilation or entrance using various hand and power tools; enters premises for firefighting, rescue, and salvage operations, uses chemical extinguishers, bars, hooks, lines and other equipment. Performs necessary patient care and/or rescue work in accordance with established protocols and level of training (EMT or Paramedic); administers necessary emergency medical care requiring the use of suction units, immobilization equipment, and oxygen delivery systems and other approved equipment. Performs non-emergency related medical treatment for patients, i.e., lift assists, blood pressure checks, etc. Identifies hazardous materials and type of container or carrier at spill scene; performs fire suppression, pre-disaster, disaster and post-disaster activities, as necessary; assists in direction of evacuation operations, as necessary. Performs salvage operations such as placing salvage covers, sweeping water, removing debris and placing smoke ejectors. Performs fire and injury prevention activities. Prepares and completes reports. Inspects assigned emergency response apparatus and equipment daily for efficient operating condition (including warning lights, siren and related equipment) and readiness; cleans and maintains equipment, as necessary, after completion of emergency response operations; performs repairs as appropriate. Attends and participates in training sessions on such topics related to as fire prevention, fire suppression,...
JOB FUNCTIONS. The functions to be performed by personnel shall reasonably correspond to the title of the labor category under which they are performing. C-3. Access to ICI/Government Site Subcontractor personnel shall comply with all current badging and security procedures required to access any ICI/Government site. The Subcontractor shall remove from the ICI/Government site any individual whose presence is deemed by the ICI/Government to be contrary to the public interest or inconsistent with the best interests of national security. C-4. English-Language Documentation All Subcontractor-prepared material to be furnished under this Subcontract shall be written in the English language, and all measurements shall be in the English linear measure and statistical weight systems unless specifically stated in any Task Order.

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  • Duties and Functions 23.2.1 The Independent Engineer shall discharge its duties and functions substantially in accordance with the terms of reference set forth in Schedule-Q.

  • Registry Functions Activity Report This report shall be compiled in a comma separated-value formatted file as specified in RFC 4180. The file shall be named “gTLD-activity-yyyymm.csv”, where “gTLD” is the gTLD name; in case of an IDN-TLD, the A-label shall be used; “yyyymm” is the year and month being reported. The file shall contain the following fields: Field # Field Name Description 01 operational-registrars number of operational registrars at the end of the reporting period 02 ramp-up-registrars number of registrars that have received a password for access to OT&E at the end of the reporting period 03 pre-ramp-up-registrars number of registrars that have requested access, but have not yet entered the ramp-up period at the end of the reporting period 06 web-whois-queries number of Web-based Whois queries responded during the reporting period, not including searchable Whois 09 dns-udp-queries-responded number of DNS queries received over UDP transport that were responded during the reporting period 10 dns-tcp-queries-received number of DNS queries received over TCP transport during the reporting period 11 dns-tcp-queries-responded number of DNS queries received over TCP transport that were responded during the reporting period 12 srs-dom-check number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “check” requests responded during the reporting period 13 srs-dom-create number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “create” requests responded during the reporting period 14 srs-dom-delete number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “delete” requests responded during the reporting period 15 srs-dom-info number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “info” requests responded during the reporting period 16 srs-dom-renew number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “renew” requests responded during the reporting period 17 srs-dom-rgp-restore-report number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name RGP “restore” requests delivering a restore report responded during the reporting period 18 srs-dom-rgp-restore-request number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name RGP “restore” requests responded during the reporting period 19 srs-dom-transfer-approve number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “transfer” requests to approve transfers responded during the reporting period 20 srs-dom-transfer-cancel number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “transfer” requests to cancel transfers responded during the reporting period 21 srs-dom-transfer-query number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “transfer” requests to query about a transfer responded during the reporting period 22 srs-dom-transfer-reject number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “transfer” requests to reject transfers responded during the reporting period 23 srs-dom-transfer-request number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “transfer” requests to request transfers responded during the reporting period 24 srs-dom-update number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “update” requests (not including RGP restore requests) responded during the reporting period 25 srs-host-check number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) host “check” requests responded during the reporting period 26 srs-host-create number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) host “create” requests responded during the reporting period 27 srs-host-delete number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) host “delete” requests responded during the reporting period 28 srs-host-info number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) host “info” requests responded during the reporting period 29 srs-host-update number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) host “update” requests responded during the reporting period 30 srs-cont-check number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “check” requests responded during the reporting period 32 srs-cont-delete number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “delete” requests responded during the reporting period 33 srs-cont-info number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “info” requests responded during the reporting period 34 srs-cont-transfer-approve number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “transfer” requests to approve transfers responded during the reporting period 35 srs-cont-transfer-cancel number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “transfer” requests to cancel transfers responded during the reporting period 36 srs-cont-transfer-query number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “transfer” requests to query about a transfer responded during the reporting period 37 srs-cont-transfer-reject number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “transfer” requests to reject transfers responded during the reporting period 38 srs-cont-transfer-request number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “transfer” requests to request transfers responded during the reporting period 39 srs-cont-update number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “update” requests responded during the reporting period The first line shall include the field names exactly as described in the table above as a “header line” as described in section 2 of RFC 4180. No other lines besides the ones described above shall be included. Line breaks shall be <U+000D, U+000A> as described in RFC 4180. For gTLDs that are part of a single-instance Shared Registry System, the Registry Functions Activity Report may include the total contact or host transactions for all the gTLDs in the system. REGISTRATION DATA PUBLICATION SERVICES

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  • Job Stewards 10.01 Job Stewards shall be recognized on all jobs and they shall not be discriminated against. It will be his/her duty to attend to all complaints between the workers on the job and the company to endeavor to reach a settlement before these complaints become grievances.

  • Leave of Absence for Union Functions (a) Leave of Absence without pay may be granted subject to operational requirements to Employees elected to represent the Local at Union functions. Such leaves shall not exceed a cumulative total of one hundred and ten (110) days per year. No more than three (3) Employees may leave at any one time, unless prior approval is granted. No more than two (2) Employees, where possible, will be given leave from one job classification at any one time. Where possible, applications for such leave must be received by the Employer not less than two (2) weeks in advance of the date of commencement of the leave.