Skills Sample Clauses

Skills. The skills factor measures the demand for independent judgment and needed experience for executing the work. The demand is greater the more often there are situations where one makes judgments the more they differ from each other the shorter the reflection time is the more rules and regulations controls the work the more general the instructions are the most general and slower the feedback is the broader and deeper information is needed to solve problems The extent and depth of the information required in the discretionary situations is not only the education, but also the experience required in the discretionary situations.
Skills. Sheffield City Region will work with Government to deliver an integrated skills and training system across the local area, driven by the needs of the economy and led by the private sector, giving local businesses the skilled labour they need to grow. This Deal builds on the Sheffield City Region City Deal ‘Skills Made Easy’ programme (£23.8m of skills funding over 3 years, signed in 2012), and recent Growth Deal (£21.7m of skills funding over 6 years to support a ‘Skills Bank’, beginning in 2015/2016) to establish a joint venture partnership of SCR and BIS, SFA and DWP. This will have devolved responsibilities for the Adult Skills Budget and Apprenticeship Grant for Employers. In addition, the Partnership will secure closer alignment of their Adult Community Learning Budget to local priorities. The SCR will secure its future labour supply focusing on STEM subjects and high quality careers guidance. Sheffield City Region and central Government agree to: Establish a Joint Venture Partnership between SCR, SFA and DWP which will start operating from January 2015: • It will re-shape and re-structure the Further Education (FE) provision within Sheffield City Region so that a new, forward looking FE system is in place by 2017. This means ensuring that the system is financially resilient; that governing bodies of institutions should enjoy the confidence of the SCR business community; and that there should be specialisation of provision to meet SCR needs and ensure pockets of excellence across the City Region in key areas • It will develop proposals for how funding from within the BIS Adult Skills Budget (ASB) (other than participation funding for apprenticeships and traineeships) works across the City Region. This could include, for example, examining how local variations in funding practices might be used to manage the risk associated with provision which either has significantly higher start up or ongoing costs, or where there is a demand risk quality • In addition, the Partnership will secure closer alignment of their Adult Community Learning Budget to local priorities • Within the partnership, SCR will provide leadership in establishing the pre-eminence of the employer voice in shaping systems and provision and in setting local priorities for skills and employment and the strategies that would deliver these. Government will not expect to question judgments about local priorities made by SCR and business leaders, but does have a responsibility for ensuring that...
Skills. High degree of communication skills, including coaching and counselling and managing staff and sound public relations. - Well developed negotiation skills - Effective organisation skills, including time management, prioritisation and appropriate delegation. - High degree of analytical skills; thinks logically and creatively and has the ability to articulate complex concepts. - Strong leadership skills; creates a positive professional impression and inspires confidence and co- operation from others - Sound decision making skills; manages difficult situations or issues diplomatically and decisively. - Ability to develop and manage a budget - Well developed skills in MS Office - Well developed project and contract management skills - Demonstrated competence in investigation and design in relation to civil engineering.
Skills. 8.0304.04 In the event 8.0304.01, 8.0304.02 and 8.0304.03 are equal for managers, cooks, or other Civil Service positions, seniority in the classified service shall prevail in awarding the position. For all other positions in the Child Nutrition Department, total Child Nutrition seniority shall prevail. However, the final decision on appointment and placements rests with the Administration; and, it is understood that seniority shall not be the exclusive determination for selection. All applicants shall receive a letter outlining his or her job award or denial of job award. The Board agrees to consider present qualified unit members who file a timely application before employing personnel from outside the system. The following factors are guidelines for evaluating the candidacy of present unit members:
Skills. In response to the State’s Master Service Agreements for IT Technical/Infrastructure Services & IT Application Development and Support Services Request for Proposals, CONTRACTOR was selected to provide the following IT skills and professional services: Technical/Infrastructure Skills Application Development & Support Skills Windows Server Administration Project Management Database Administration (Microsoft SQL) Business Analysis Network (LAN/WAN) Administration Technical Analysis Citrix Support Business Intelligence (Microsoft SQL) Firewall Configuration and Support Cyber Security Analysis and Support Exchange Server Support SharePoint Application Development Workstation Configuration and Support SharePoint Administration and User Support VOIP/Telephony Support Web Application Development End User Support .Net Development/C# Development Service Desk Support SSRS Support and Development Cyber Security Analysis and Support Quality Assurance Cyber Security Engineering and Configuration Application Architecture and Design Storage Area Network Support and Implementation Application Configuration and Support Network/Server/Hypervisor Architecture and Design IT Strategic Planning, Road Mapping, Organizational Assessment and Resource Planning High Availability/Disaster Recovery Architecture and Design Procurement, Contract, and License Management AZURE Support IT Change Management Cloud Support Mobile Application Development and Support OBIE Support SMS/Text Development and Support UI/UX Development
Skills. Advanced writing skills, strong analytical skills, and excellent organizational and time management skills. • Proficiency in using Microsoft Office software applications. • Strong and persuasive writing skills and oral advocacy skills. • Ability to articulate a position clearly and succinctly. • Strong knowledge of the English language is required. • Ability to speak and write in French is required. • Exceptional communication skills. • Excellent accuracy and attention to detail. RELATIONSHIPSMaintains a constructive working relationship with ACTRA Montreal Branch Council, internal staff, external contacts, ACTRA members, and the National Executive Council. • Motivates, guides and coachesemployees to the realization of ACTRA's values, objectives, and performance expectations; maintains a work environment that promotes participation, teamwork, and positive employee relations. • Takes all reasonable precautions for the protection of workers and abides by all other supervisory level duties in accordance with the Act Respecting Occupational Health & Safety (AOHS). • Sensitive to working in a culturally diverse environment; ensures differences are respected. APPLICATION PROCESS: Interested applicants are invited to submit a resume and cover letter by June 10, 2021 to quoting ‘2021-13 ‘Associate Director, ACTRA Montreal’ in the email subject line. ACTRA is committed to employment and pay equity and we encourage applications from all equity seeking groups, including but not limited to, Indigenous and other racialized communities, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ2+ communities. If you require an accommodation during any stage of the recruitment process for accessibility needs, please notify Human Resources.
Skills. D. In the event the other factors are equal, system seniority will be applied. The final decision on promotional appointments rests with the Business Manager, and, it is understood that seniority shall not be the exclusive determinant for selection.
Skills. Possesses all needed skills at level of job requirements. Most skills satisfactory, some need improvement. One or more needed skills are absent or less than acceptable. Ill. ATTENDANCE AND PUNCTUALITY consists of being at work on time.