Supervisory Position Sample Clauses

Supervisory Position. Project Manager shall be employed by the Technical Expert and be an expert in applying the NEPA process to transportation projects. PM shall have project experience in implementing the NEPA process for five (5) transportation or non-transportation projects within the last seven (7) years. Project experience shall include experience actually managing and directing NEPA implementation or administering a contract for transportation activities, not managing an agency or organization performing such activities. To count toward qualifications, NEPA document review or direct supervision of NEPA implementation shall have been the primary job function and shall have been performed as an in-house employee (not contractor or subcontractor) of an institution, firm, or agency subject to NEPA compliance. The PM shall have either a bachelor’s degree and six (6) years of related transportation experience or a master’s degree and four (4) years of related transportation experience. Additional experience or education may be considered. Project management Professional head of the team Direct the professional staff and manage the contract Provide project oversight to keep project on schedule and under budget; prepare budget, schedule of work, and approve work authorization Review/approve reports and response actions before submittal to TxDOT and oversee the overall QA/AC process Directs data review and analysis Perform periodic site inspections Obtain permission for off-site access when written in a work authorization. Xxxxxxxxx and Qualifications Task Descriptions
AutoNDA by SimpleDocs
Supervisory Position. An Employee who removes himself from the bargaining unit after January 23, 1997, by accepting a permanent job outside the bargaining unit shall cease accruing any further seniority in the bargaining unit. If such Employee is returned as the result of a force reduction, reorganization or demoted by mutual agreement with his supervisor, that Employee shall begin accruing seniority utilizing the seniority date the Employee had at the time he left the bargaining unit. However, if such Employee does return to the bargaining unit within sixty (60) calendar days, he will be reinstated to the position from which he was promoted out of with no loss of seniority. If the Company elects to fill the position vacated, it will be filled in accordance with this Article 7. After sixty (60) calendar days, the Employee utilizing his adjusted seniority date will be placed in the bargaining unit according to the language contained in Section 3 Promotions, Layoffs and Recalls.
Supervisory Position. Project Manager shall be employed by the Technical Expert Project management and be an expert in applying the NEPA process to Professional head of the team transportation projects. PM shall have project experience in Direct the professional staff and manage implementing the NEPA process for five transportation or non- the contract transportation projects within the last seven years (i.e., from Provide project oversight to keep project June 2010 through June 2017). Project experience shall on schedule and under budget; prepare include experience actually managing and directing NEPA budget, schedule of work, and approve implementation or administering a contract for transportation work authorization activities, not managing an agency or organization performing Review/approve reports and response such activities. To count toward qualifications, NEPA document actions before submittal to TxDOT and review or direct supervision of NEPA implementation shall have oversee the overall QA/AC process been the primary job function and shall have been performed as Directs data review and analysis an in-house employee (not contractor or subcontractor) of an Perform periodic site inspections institution, firm, or agency subject to NEPA compliance. The Obtain permission for off-site access when PM shall have either a bachelor’s degree and six years of written in a work authorization. related transportation experience or a master’s degree and four years of related transportation experience. Additional experience or education may be considered. Personnel and Qualifications Task Descriptions Environmental Specialist NEPA Specialist II must have participated in the writing of a minimum of two environmental documents in the past two years (i.e.,from June 2015 through June 2017) for transportation projects which were approved as CEs, EAs, or XXXx. Additional duties include: perform environmental-related work activities and provide high-level expertise and technical support for multi- discipline areas of complex environmental studies for clearance of transportation activities. Bachelor’s degree in natural, physical/environmental sciences, history, architectural history or a related field and at least seven years progressively responsible transportation experience. Graduate level education may be substituted for experience on a year per year basis. Directs data collection, review, and analysis Report preparation NEPA document review May serve as a professional head of a team May pe...
Supervisory Position. An employee who removes himself from the bargaining unit by accepting a permanent job outside the bargaining unit shall lose all seniority status in the bargaining unit.
Supervisory Position. A Chief Pilot or a Chief Flight Engineer and any position above the position of Chief Pilot or a Chief Flight Engineer which requires the person holding such position to be a qualified licensed commercial Pilot or hold a Flight Engineer licence.

Related to Supervisory Position

  • Supervisor A. Within ten (10) business days from the occurrence of the matter on which a complaint is based, or within ten (10) business days from his/her knowledge of such occurrence, an employee shall file a formal written grievance. Three copies of the departmental grievance form shall be completed by the employee stating the nature of the grievance and the remedy requested from his/her departmental Management. The employee shall submit two copies to his/her immediate supervisor and retain the third copy.

  • Management Board 6.1 The Management Board is responsible for the overall strategic direction of the Integrated Service. Its functions and terms of references are set out in Schedule 3 Part I to this Agreement.

  • Labour Management Committee (a) Where the parties mutually agree that there are matters of mutual concern and interest that would be beneficial if discussed at a Labour-Management Committee Meeting during the term of this Agreement, the following shall apply.

  • Supervisors Working (a) The work of Supervisors will not include assignment to work normally performed by employees of the bargaining unit except for training or demonstration. “Training or demonstration” shall not be used as a subterfuge for the performing of any bargaining unit work. Any claimed abuses will be referred to the Grievance Procedure. Where possible, the shop xxxxxxx will be notified. Supervisors will not perform bargaining unit work until after all rea- sonable efforts have been exhausted to have the work covered.

  • Labour Management Relations Committee In recognition of the mutual benefits of open communications and on-going consultation between the faculty and the employer, the Labour/Management Relations Committee will meet on a regular basis and have equal representation for the Union and the Employer. The LMRC will serve as an open forum for the free and candid discussion of matters of mutual concern to faculty members and management.

  • Supervisory Employees For the purposes of this Article, the parties agree that Supervisory positions are those that are not excluded under Article 2.0 above and that satisfy the following criteria:

  • JOINT LABOUR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 18.01 A Joint Labour Management Committee shall be established to attend to those matters which are of mutual interest. To ensure its effectiveness the Committee shall be separate and apart from the grievance procedure.

  • Immediate Supervisor The term "immediate supervisor" as used in this Article refers to the appropriate non-bargaining unit supervisory or management person to whom the employee is accountable.

  • Supervisors Supervisors may continue to perform bargaining unit work which is incidental to their jobs. They may also perform bargaining unit work in emergency situations and where such work is necessary to train a covered member. Such work by supervisors may result from but shall not cause any layoffs of covered members.

  • LABOR/MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES Section 1. Labor/Management Committees The parties recognize that the holding of periodic meetings for the exchange of views and information contributes to the effectiveness of the labor/management relationship. Therefore, the parties shall establish Labor/Management Committees (LMC), in accordance with the provisions in this Article, for the purpose of addressing matters of concern in the areas of personnel policies, practices, conditions of employment, and other matters affecting employees. Each LMC will be co-chaired by one member from labor and one member from management.