Years of Sample Clauses

Years of. Employees who have completed five (5) years of employment by November 30th in any year shall receive three (3) weeks' vacation with pay; however, if an employee has not completed his five (5) years of employment when taking his vacation, the pay for the third (3rd) week shall be delayed until his fifth (5th) anniversary date of employment. Section
Years of. EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE PRIOR TO JOINING SEH Houston Bike Plan (City of Houston) Project Manager. The Houston Bike Plan, adopted by City Council in 2017, was the first update to Houston’s bicycle master plan since 1993. In his role as Transportation Planner IV with Houston’s Planning and Development Department, Xxxxxxx worked with the City’s Public Works and Parks and Recreation Departments, the Houston Parks Board, BikeHouston, and other partners to develop consensus on a plan to make Houston a safer, more accessible bike-friendly city. Xxxxxxx also represented Houston on the Houston- Galveston Area Council’s Pedestrian and Bicyclist Subcommittee. Lower Westheimer Corridor Study (City of Houston) Co-Project Manager. As a Transportation Planner with Houston’s Planning and Development Department, Xxxxxxx worked with the City’s Public Works Department and stakeholders on an enhanced pre-engineering study to develop a preferred design that enhances the character of Houston’s highest bus-ridership corridor, while improving mobility and safety. Houston Complete Streets and Transportation Plan (City of Houston) Plan Manager. As a Transportation Planner with Houston’s Planning and Development Department, Xxxxxxx worked on the implementation of the Mayor’s Complete Streets Executive Order. The Plan is meant to provide safe, accessible and convenient use by pedestrians, motorists, public transit riders, and bicyclists. The Plan incorporated multi- modal elements including the adoption of the Houston Bike Plan, expansion of the City’s bike share program, annual updates to the Major Thoroughfare and Freeway Plan, as well as sub- regional mobility studies, livable center studies, and pre-engineering corridor studies. EDUCATION Master of City Planning University of California at Berkeley Bachelor of Arts Public Policy, emphasis in Urban Planning Occidental College, Los Angeles REGISTRATIONS/CERTIFICATIONS American Institute of City Planners (AICP) Certification XXXXX XXXXXXX PLS SURVEY LEAD | SEH Xxxxx is a senior survey crew chief with extensive experience providing services to municipalities, government agencies, developers, contractors and private clients. Xxxxx’x proficiency includes topographic, boundary, easement, horizontal/vertical control, design, building staking, bridge layout, airport layout and construction surveys. Xxxxx is also experienced in construction quality control and has experience reviewing civil design drawings. Xxxxx’x various project experience...
Years of. EXPERIENCE EDUCATION Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering (Minor: Mathematics) Colorado State University-Fort Xxxxxxx REGISTRATIONS/CERTIFICATIONS Professional Engineer in CO CDOT Bicycle Design Workshop XXXX XXXXXXXX PE PRINCIPAL | SEH Xxxx is a senior project manager with extensive experience in project management and design. Rick’s experience encompasses the areas of public works, municipal streets, drainage and utilities. He has provided permitting, planning and design for a variety of projects, and has assisted municipal clients with grant applications and the development and management of capital improvement programs. On the project management side, he has led multidisciplined design teams throughout the Rocky Mountain region. His experience includes managing large on-call engineering services contracts for the City of Denver, City of Arvada, City of Aurora, City of Centennial, USDA Forest Service and the National Park Service, as well as managed projects for complicated urban street reconstruction that involved large, multidisciplined teams.
Years of. EXPERIENCE Complete Streets (City and County of Denver) – Denver, CO Project manager. Under our on-call contract with the City and County of Denver, SEH is working with StudioCPG and Toole Design Group to develop guidelines for consistent development of streets for various classifications with an emphasis on multimodal, green infrastructure and utility accommodation in urban residential and industrial corridors throughout the City. The team has hosted several workshops with Denver staff and stakeholders such as RTD, Bicycle Colorado, Walk Denver, Motor Carriers and others, to develop guidelines for typical street sections, bike lanes, streetside stormwater treatment and sidewalks. TAP Trails (Pueblo West Metropolitan District) – Pueblo, CO Principal for this 13,000+ LF multimodal trail in Pueblo West, Colorado. The project was
Years of. Employees who have completed eighteen years of employment by November 30th in any year shall receive five weeks vacation with pay; however, i f an employee has not completed his eighteen (18) years of employment when taking his vacation, the the fifth week shall be delayed until his eighteenth (18th) anniversary date of employment. with Pay continued Section Vacation for Employees with Twenty-five (25 ) Years of Employment Employees who have completed twenty- five (25) years of ment by November 30th in any year shall receive six (6) weeks vacation with pay; however, i f an employee has not completed his twenty- five (25) years of employment when taking h i s vacation, the pay for the sixth (6th) week shall be delayed until his twenty- fifth (25th) anniversary date of employment. Sectio n Amount of Vacation Vacation pay for enjoying two we s three weeks four weeks five vacation and six pay annually be calculated a t f r per six per eight per ten per (10%) and twelve per

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  • Years of Service Bargaining unit employees leaving in good standing with at least fifteen (15) years of service but less than twenty (20) years of service will receive upon separation twenty five percent (25%) of their unused accumulated sick leave up to a maximum of two hundred forty (240) hours, computed at the bargaining unit employees current rate of pay. Upon normal retirement (as defined by FRS or contract city) of a bargaining unit employee in good standing or upon the death of a bargaining unit employee in good standing with at least fifteen (15) years of service but less than twenty (20) years of service, the bargaining unit employee will receive upon separation sixty five percent (65%) of their unused accumulated sick leave up to a maximum of six hundred twenty four (624) hours, computed at the bargaining unit employees current rate of pay.

  • Credited Service A year of “Credited Service” shall mean a calendar year in which the Participant is paid for at least 1,000 hours of service (as defined in the frozen Hasbro Pension Plan) as an employee of the Company or of a Subsidiary of the Company. A Participant does not need to be, or have been, a participant in the Hasbro Pension Plan.

  • Partial Employer Contribution - Basic Eligibility The following employees covered by this Agreement receive the full Employer Contribution for basic life coverage, and at the employee's option, a partial Employer Contribution for health and dental coverages if they are scheduled to work at least fifty (50) percent but less than seventy-five (75) percent of the time. This means:

  • Share Class Annual Compensation Rate Class R-1 1.00% Class R-2 0.75% Class R-2E 0.60% Class R-3 0.50% Class R-4 0.25% Class R-5 No compensation paid Class R-5E No compensation paid Class R-6 No compensation paid

  • Adjustment of Minimum Quarterly Distribution and Target Distribution Levels (a) The Minimum Quarterly Distribution, First Target Distribution, Second Target Distribution, Third Target Distribution, Common Unit Arrearages and Cumulative Common Unit Arrearages shall be proportionately adjusted in the event of any distribution, combination or subdivision (whether effected by a distribution payable in Units or otherwise) of Units or other Partnership Securities in accordance with Section 5.10. In the event of a distribution of Available Cash that is deemed to be from Capital Surplus, the then applicable Minimum Quarterly Distribution, First Target Distribution, Second Target Distribution and Third Target Distribution, shall be adjusted proportionately downward to equal the product obtained by multiplying the otherwise applicable Minimum Quarterly Distribution, First Target Distribution, Second Target Distribution and Third Target Distribution, as the case may be, by a fraction of which the numerator is the Unrecovered Capital of the Common Units immediately after giving effect to such distribution and of which the denominator is the Unrecovered Capital of the Common Units immediately prior to giving effect to such distribution.

  • Year of Service VESTING. For purposes of vesting under Section 5.03, Year of Service means any 12-consecutive month period designated in the Employer's Adoption Agreement during which an Employee completes not less than the number of Hours of Service (not exceeding 1,000) specified in the Employer's Adoption Agreement. A Year of Service includes any Year of Service earned prior to the Effective Date of the Plan, except as provided in Section 5.08.

  • PERCENTAGE GOAL The goal for Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) participation in the work to be performed under this contract is 23.7 % of the contract amount.

  • Full Employer Contribution - Basic Eligibility Employees covered by this Agreement who are scheduled to work at least seventy-five (75) percent of the time are eligible for the full Employer Contribution. This means:

  • Amount of Benefit The annual benefit under this Section 3.1 is the Normal Retirement Benefit amount described in Section 2.1.1.

  • Calculation of Number and Percentage of Beneficial Ownership of Outstanding Voting Shares For purposes of this Agreement, the percentage of Voting Shares Beneficially Owned by any Person, shall be and be deemed to be the product (expressed as a percentage) determined by the formula: 100 x A/B where: A = the number of votes for the election of all directors generally attaching to the Voting Shares Beneficially Owned by such Person; and