Start position Sample Clauses

Start position. The device to prevent unauthorized use shall be deactivated and the steering shaft shall be rotated to a position which prevents engagement of the device to prevent unauthorized use, unless it is of the type which permits locking in any position of the steering.

Related to Start position

  • New Position An approved position not reflected in the current year budget complement.

  • Vacant Positions If through death, resignation, retirement, termination, or reassignment of the incumbent, a position becomes vacant, the appropriate Vice President, in consultation with appropriate divisional, program, and/or department stakeholders, will decide whether to recommend to the Executive Team elimination of the position, maintaining the position and appointing a new individual to it, maintaining the position but designating it as frozen for financial reasons, holding the position for future consideration, or creation of a different or modified position in its place.

  • Term Position A position occupied by a full-time or part-time nurse for a specified period of time, up to a maximum of sixty (60) weeks, where patient/client/resident census or workload necessitates a temporary increase in staffing, if mutually agreed, to replace a nurse(s) who is/are on vacation or leave of absence, or to carry out a special short term project or where the Employer has provided notice of permanent deletion of position(s) under the Memorandum of Understanding regarding Employment Security, or as otherwise mutually agreed between the Union and the Employer. If the Employer determines there is a term position to be filled by a nurse, the term position shall be posted in accordance with Article 30. This shall not preclude the Employer from utilizing part-time nurses and/or casual nurses to work available shifts as specified in Articles 34 and 35 when the Employer decides that a term position is not required. The Employer shall provide written confirmation of the start and expiry dates of the term position prior to the nurse's commencement in the position. This period may be extended if the Employer so requests and the Union agrees. The maximum duration specified in paragraph 1 above for term positions shall not apply in situations where a nurse is absent indefinitely due to Workers Compensation and/or illness and/or accident or where there is a temporary vacancy due to leave for Public Office. In these cases, the Employer shall state on the job posting that the said term position is an "Indefinite Term" which will expire subject to a minimum of twenty-four

  • Filling Vacant Positions a. The Board shall fill vacancies for positions covered by this agreement, other than teaching positions of special responsibility in the order listed in Article E.11.3.e provided that the teacher appointed to perform the duties of the vacant position has the necessary qualifications. Necessary qualifications are defined as certification and academic preparation, recent experience in a similar assignment, quality of service as reflected in reports, and references. Where the qualifications of two or more applicants for a position are equal, the teacher with the greatest district seniority shall be appointed.

  • New Positions In the event the Employer shall establish any new position, the classification and wage rate for the new position shall be established by the Employer and written notice shall be given to the Union, and unless notice of objection to the classification and wage rate by the Union is given to the Employer within sixty (60) calendar days after such notice, such classification and wage rate shall be considered to have been agreed. Where the Union objects to the classification and wage rate, it shall provide reasons for the objection in writing. If no agreement can be reached between the Employer and the Union within a further sixty (60) days the issue will be put to expedited arbitration in accordance with the provisions of Article 8.04. If the classification and/or wage rate established by the Employer for such new position are revised as a result of negotiation or arbitration, then the revised classification and wage rate shall be effective from the date when the new position was established.

  • Return to Position Upon return from FMLA leave, the employee shall be returned to the same or equivalent position in the same class and work location, including the same shift or equivalent schedule, unless the University and the employee agree in writing to other conditions and terms under which such leave is to be granted.

  • Filling Positions ‌ The Employer will determine when a position will be filled, the type of appointment to be used when filling the position, and the skills and abilities necessary to perform the duties of the specific position within a job classification. The Employer can fill a position on a full-time or part-time basis. Consideration will be limited to employees who have the skills and abilities required for the position. Positions will be posted for at least ten (10) calendar days.

  • Workload An employee who believes that her workload is unsafe or consistently excessive shall discuss the problem with her immediate supervisor. If the problem is not resolved in this discussion, the employee may seek a remedy by means of the grievance procedure. If the matter is not resolved in the grievance procedure, it may be referred to troubleshooter who shall:

  • Other Positions Executive shall immediately resign, and shall be deemed to have immediately resigned without the requirement of any additional action, from any and all position Executive holds with the Company and its Affiliates on Executive’s Date of Termination.

  • Workloads (a) The parties agree that patient care is enhanced if concerns relating to professional practice, patient acuity, fluctuating workloads and fluctuating staffing are resolved in a timely and effective manner.