The Organization. The Company is a corporation duly organized and validly existing and in good standing under the laws of the State of Michigan and has all the requisite power and authority to conduct its business and own and operate its properties, and to enter into and execute this Agreement and to carry out the transactions contemplated hereby.
The Organization. If the academic work is based on or develops materials and/or methods (project background) that are owned by the organization, the project background is owned by the organization. If the development work that includes the project background can be commercially exploited, it is assumed that a separate agreement will be drawn up concerning this between the student and the organization. The organization is to have the right to use the results of the academic work in its own activities providing the commercial exploitation falls within the activities of the organization. This is to be interpreted in accordance with the terminology used in Section 4 of the Act Respecting the Right to Employees' Inventions (Arbeidstakeroppfinnelsesloven). This right is non-exclusive. The use of the results of the academic work outside of the activities of the organization, cf. the last paragraph above, assumes that a separate agreement will be drawn up between the student and the organization. The agreement between the student and the organization concerning the rights to the results of the academic work produced by the student is to be in writing and the agreement is invalid until NTNU has received a copy of the agreement in writing. If the value of the results of the academic work is considerable, i.e. it is more than NOK 100 000, the student is entitled to receive reasonable compensation. Section 7 of the Act Respecting the Right to Employees' Inventions states how the amount of compensation is to be calculated. This right to compensation also applies to non-patentable results. Section 7 of the Act also states the applicable deadlines.
The Organization. 3.2.1. Manages and coordinates the university students’ trainee, offering students the possibility of being hired after having obtained their degree, as long as there are vacancies.
The Organization. The City of San Pablo was incorporated in 1948 as a general law city under the laws of California and operates under the Council-Manager form of government. Five City Council members are elected at-large to four-year terms, and the next election for two Council seats is in November 2022. The City Clerk and City Treasurer are elected positions. The City Council appoints the City Manager, who serves as chief administrative officer and is responsible for the appointment of members of the City’s department head team. The City of San Pablo has a Fiscal Year 2021/22 budget of $41.1M and 196 FTE’s organized within the departments of City Manager’s Office, Administrative Services, Community Services, Police, Public Works and Community Development. The City prides itself on traditionally adopting long-range, multi- year General Fund Operating Budgets to enable fiscal resources to be dedicated and programmed toward other immediate City priorities, programs and services. The City organization is characterized by progressive and forward-thinking values, constantly looking to innovate and work collaboratively across departments and agencies to provide excellent public service to the community. Employees truly have an opportunity to make a positive impact on the community and thereby gain personal professional fulfillment from their efforts. City services have recently transitioned to a beautiful new 42,000 square foot City Hall building. The new state-of-art LEED building was completed in 2020. The City organization has embraced Diversity, Equity and Inclusion activities and programs as part of its ongoing professional organizational culture. The Position Reporting directly to the Assistant City Manager, the Finance Director oversees all Finance operations and is responsible for the fiscal health of the City. The Finance Director oversees 5 employees, including 1 Finance Supervisor, 1 Management Assistant, 1 Fiscal Clerk I and 2 Fiscal Clerk II’s. The ideal candidate will be versed in budget planning, financial policy determination, economic forecasting, financial reporting, audit compliance, and cash management. The Finance Director will have the knowledge and skills to perform accounting and financial reporting requirements, ability to manage employee payroll and benefit expenses, manage bonded indebtedness, handle investment and treasury functions, and develop and manage the City budget, grants and other special projects. This candidate will be instrumental in suppo...
The Organization. In addition to its obligations set out in the Agreement, the Organization shall be responsible for the following in the implementation of the Project:
The Organization. The Parksville Qualicum Beach Tourism Association is a stakeholder-‐based non-‐ profit destination marketing organization that serves the City of Parksville, the Town of Qualicum Beach, and the Regional District of Nanaimo communities of Nanoose Bay, Coombs, Errington, Hilliers, Whiskey Creek, French Creek, Qualicum Bay, Xxxxxx, and Deep Bay. As Parksville Qualicum Beach Tourism's mandate is strictly external marketing, it is complemented by the Parksville and District as well as the Qualicum Beach Xxxxxxxx of Commerce who operate the local visitor information centres. The following are Parksville Qualicum Beach Tourism's Vision and Mission statements: Vision To promote and enhance Parksville Qualicum Beach as a world-‐renowned all season tourism destination.