Job Description – Ocupario http://ocupario.org/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 08:15:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://ocupario.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-3-150x150.png Job Description – Ocupario http://ocupario.org/ 32 32 Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor, Financial Management Position with VELLORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY https://ocupario.org/assistant-professor-associate-professor-and-professor-financial-management-position-with-vellore-institute-of-technology/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 06:23:13 +0000 https://ocupario.org/assistant-professor-associate-professor-and-professor-financial-management-position-with-vellore-institute-of-technology/ Job description: Designations available: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor Desired skill: Applicants should preferably hold a PhD. in the relevant subject from reputable institutions. Must have sufficient experience in teaching, industry and research with reputable institutions. Should have research articles published in international/national journals. Should have books published and researchers […]]]>

Job description:

Designations available:

Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor

Desired skill:

  • Applicants should preferably hold a PhD. in the relevant subject from reputable institutions.
  • Must have sufficient experience in teaching, industry and research with reputable institutions.
  • Should have research articles published in international/national journals.
  • Should have books published and researchers awarded/for whom they are currently working.
  • Candidates with patents filed / consultancy work carried out will be given preference.
  • Exposure to managing high value funded projects will be an added advantage

Preferred qualifications:

doctorate in relevant fields with good academic results

Responsibilities:

Academics:

  • Class presentation
  • Lab Instructions
  • Development Material resource learning and laboratory development
  • Assessment and evaluation of students, including university exam papers.
  • Participation in extracurricular and extracurricular activities
  • Guidance, advice and assistance for students in their personal, ethical, moral and general development
  • Keep abreast of new knowledge and skills, help generate new knowledge, and assist in the dissemination of that knowledge through books, publications, seminars, papers, etc.
  • Continuing education activities Personal development through upgrading of qualifications, experience and professional activities

Research advice:

  • Research development activities & Research support
  • Industry Sponsored Projects
  • Provide consulting and testing services
  • Promotion of industry-institution interaction and R&D

Academic / Administration:

  • Academic and administrative management of the establishment
  • Planning, monitoring and evaluation of promotional policies and activities; both at department and institution level
  • Design and development of a new program.
  • Prepare financing projects in the areas of R&D works, laboratory development, modernization, expansion, etc.
  • Administration at departmental and institutional levels
  • Development, administration and management at the institutional level
  • Monitoring and evaluation of academic and research activities
  • Participation in policy planning at regional/national level for the development of technical education
  • Assistance in resource mobilization for the Institution
  • Develop, update and maintain the GIS
  • Plan and implement staff development activities, conduct performance review
  • Maintain Accountability
  • Extension / Industrial Connectivity
  • Interaction with industry and society
  • Participation in community services
  • Provide R&D support and consultancy services to industry and other user agencies
  • To provide non-formal modes of education for the benefit of the Community
  • Promotion of entrepreneurship and job rotation
  • Dissemination of knowledge
  • Provide technical support in areas of social importance

Apart from the above duties, any other relevant work is assigned by the Dean of the respective schools

Department: VIT Business School (VITBS)

Location: Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India

Posted on: 19-Jul-2022

Years of experience : 0 to 20 years old

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Sarbanes Oxley 2022 Compliance Resource Kit: ITIL and “Best https://ocupario.org/sarbanes-oxley-2022-compliance-resource-kit-itil-and-best/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 11:13:37 +0000 https://ocupario.org/sarbanes-oxley-2022-compliance-resource-kit-itil-and-best/ Dublin, Nov. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Sarbanes Oxley Compliance Resource Kit” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The SOX kit contains all the tools needed to comply with Sarbanes-Oxley legislation. This toolkit has been used successfully by over 500 publicly traded companies. ITIL and “Best Practices” are no longer sufficient to […]]]>

Dublin, Nov. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Sarbanes Oxley Compliance Resource Kit” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The SOX kit contains all the tools needed to comply with Sarbanes-Oxley legislation. This toolkit has been used successfully by over 500 publicly traded companies.

ITIL and “Best Practices” are no longer sufficient to comply with Sarbanes Oxley and COBIT requirements. There are many products on the market that claim they can track changes, can control/manage changes, or can audit product usage and system changes.

Almost all Change Management products are either “Electronic Paper” (i.e. they cannot prevent unauthorized changes) or they react after the event based on cyclical comparisons of the different data sets. The time between cyclic comparisons is an open door for anyone trying to manipulate the systems, and paper systems offer no protection.

Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 requires that:

  • Companies have an enterprise-wide security policy;
  • Enterprises have enterprise-wide data classification for security, risk, and business impact;
  • Companies have standards and procedures related to security;
  • Companies have formal security-based documentation, auditing, and testing;
  • The company applies segregation of duties; and
  • Companies have policies and procedures in place for change management, help desk, service requests, and changes to applications, policies, and procedures.

The Sarbanes Oxley Compliance Resource Kit includes the following components:

  • Safety Manual Template
  • Sensitive Information Policy
  • Disaster recovery model
  • Safety Manual Template
  • Threat and Vulnerability Assessment Tool
  • Business and IT Impact Questionnaire
  • Practical guide to IT outsourcing
  • Job Description for Chief Security Officer

The tools provided in these kits not only meet the needs of Sarbanes-Oxley, COBIT, and ISO, but they also provide a means to comply with IT governance requirements.

For more information on this report, visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/byctjz

        
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Committee reviews bail bondsman guidelines in Colombia https://ocupario.org/committee-reviews-bail-bondsman-guidelines-in-colombia/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 00:21:00 +0000 https://ocupario.org/committee-reviews-bail-bondsman-guidelines-in-colombia/ Councilman Joe Taylor said Columbia should join efforts to reduce violent crime in the city. COLUMBIA, SC — Governor Henry McMaster issued a statement last week on the crackdown on South Carolina’s bail slaves. The purpose is to track people who follow suspects in criminal cases. The Columbia City Council is seeking to join in […]]]>

Councilman Joe Taylor said Columbia should join efforts to reduce violent crime in the city.

COLUMBIA, SC — Governor Henry McMaster issued a statement last week on the crackdown on South Carolina’s bail slaves. The purpose is to track people who follow suspects in criminal cases.

The Columbia City Council is seeking to join in the accountability of bail serfs.

Councilman Joe Taylor said Columbia should join efforts to reduce violent crime in the city.

“We have to make people who do bad things in Colombia fear the consequences of those bad things,” Taylor said.

But bail slaves say it’s not in their job description.

“Our job is not to monitor what they do on a day-to-day basis. Our job is to make it look good,” said ABC Bonding co-owner Edith Anna White.

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White and others in his profession attended a meeting of Columbia’s public safety committee on Tuesday. They were there to better understand the city’s plan to impose tougher restrictions on people in its industry.

During the meeting, City Chief Judge Jess Mangum explained that the city should consult state-level law to establish rules to regulate bonded slaves.

“I think estretion is definitely a path that we, the court, should definitely pursue, and we can work with the city attorney’s office to understand that process,” Mangum said.

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Regardless of decisions at the state or city level, White said change was needed.

“That mandate, that question, that order, it was to wake us up because not everyone is doing what they’re supposed to do.”

At the end of the meeting, the committee decided not to continue the discussion until the city attorney could give his opinion on the matter.

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Jim Leonhard responds to Braelon Allen transfer rumours, claim programs tamper with Wisconsin roster https://ocupario.org/jim-leonhard-responds-to-braelon-allen-transfer-rumours-claim-programs-tamper-with-wisconsin-roster/ Sun, 13 Nov 2022 02:11:10 +0000 https://ocupario.org/jim-leonhard-responds-to-braelon-allen-transfer-rumours-claim-programs-tamper-with-wisconsin-roster/ Jim Leonhard is seeking the permanent position of head coach at Wisconsin after taking over from sacked Paul Chryst in Week 5. Part of the job description as interim head coach is to keep his team in order, which could include rumors of team tampering for the Wisconsin star. running back Braelon Allen. After the […]]]>

Jim Leonhard is seeking the permanent position of head coach at Wisconsin after taking over from sacked Paul Chryst in Week 5. Part of the job description as interim head coach is to keep his team in order, which could include rumors of team tampering for the Wisconsin star. running back Braelon Allen.

After the 24-10 road loss to Iowa, Leonhard was asked about potential tampering with his running back. Coach Leonhard strongly believes the rumors to be true and even adds that he has to recruit his own players to stay with the transfer portal, making it an easy tool for other programs to recruit the elite already on a listing.

Allen was also asked about the tampering rumors and stop any speculation of teams targeting him. He also mentioned his desire to stay at Wisconsin, but mostly expressed his desire for Leonhard to become the full-time head coach.

After the loss to Iowa, Leonhard is now 3-2 overall with wins at Northwestern, at home against Purdue and at home against Maryland. We’ll see if that plus the rest of the season is enough for Leonhard to land the job with the Badgers.

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Position of Assistant Professor in Earth Observation and Remote Sensing at MASARYK UNIVERSITY https://ocupario.org/position-of-assistant-professor-in-earth-observation-and-remote-sensing-at-masaryk-university/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 23:35:50 +0000 https://ocupario.org/position-of-assistant-professor-in-earth-observation-and-remote-sensing-at-masaryk-university/ Department: Department of Geography – Faculty of Sciences Deadline: 10 dec. 2022 Start date: 1.2.2023 or negotiable regarding immigration deadlines for non-EU applicants Type of employment: full time Working area: Science and research | Education and schooling Dean of Masaryk University Faculty of Science announces open competition for position Lecturer in Earth Observation and Remote […]]]>

Department: Department of GeographyFaculty of Sciences

Deadline: 10 dec. 2022

Start date: 1.2.2023 or negotiable regarding immigration deadlines for non-EU applicants

Type of employment: full time

Working area: Science and research | Education and schooling

Dean of Masaryk University Faculty of Science announces open competition for position Lecturer in Earth Observation and Remote Sensing

Workplace: Department of Geography, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic

Type of Contract: temporary position with one-year contract (with possibility of extension), academic

Business hours: 1 FTE (full-time job of 40 hours per week)

Expected start date: 1.2.2023 or negotiable regarding immigration deadlines for non-EU applicants

Number of open positions: 1

Pay: negotiable

Registration deadline: 10.12.2022

EU researcher profile: R2

About the workplace

Masaryk University is the modern, dynamic and most attractive university in the Czech Republic with ten faculties, more than 6,000 staff members and 30,000 students, a wide range of research fields and a strong international position. We are the largest university employer in the South Moravia region.

FFaculty of Sciences MU, a holder of the HR Excellence in Research Award by the European Commission, is a research-oriented faculty, offering academic training (Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorate programmes) closely linked to both primary and applied research and secondary education in the following sciences: mathematics, physics , Chemistry, Biology, and Earth Sciences. We are the most productive scientific unit at Masaryk University, generating approximately 40% of UM’s research outputs.

The Department of Geography at the Faculty of Science of MU is the second largest geography department in the Czech Republic. The department conducts multidisciplinary scientific research and teaching activities in the interrelated fields of human geography, physical geography, geoinformatics and geographical cartography. Institute of Geography staff are involved in a number of research projects and grant programs, as well as a wide range of application projects.

job description

  • Teach and mentor students in Czech and English in advanced courses with a focus on remote sensing
  • Drone and satellite Earth observation research activities and development of downstream systems and services for the benefit of the environment and society

Skills and Qualifications

  • Ph.D. degree in a relevant field such as Remote Sensing/Earth Science, Mathematical Science, Geography/GIS
  • Publication activity adapted to the teaching and research position and the length of professional experience
  • A good understanding of optical and SAR remote sensing principles
  • Proven skills in scientific and technical writing, problem solving and independent work
  • Good command of Czech and English (written and spoken)
  • Experience in carrying out research or application projects
  • Ability to participate in activities related to the day-to-day running of the department

The applicant must have:

  • Scientific coding skills, preferably in Python, R and strong digital dataset management skills
  • Skills in processing satellite images, for example, using gdal, SNAP, Google Earth Engine, ENVI
  • Experience with machine learning, especially for image analysis
  • GIS experience and data visualization (QGIS, ArcGIS Pro, etc.)
  • Demonstrated experience and active knowledge of working with UAVs – planning and implementing data collection, data processing and evaluation, and presenting results in selected application areas

Informal job inquiries can be sent to prof. RNDr. Petr Kubíček, CSc., e-mail kubicek@geogr.muni.cz, phone 549491491.

We offer

  • An interesting job in a growing academic field
  • Opportunity to participate in the activities of an established research group in environmental geoinformatics. We offer the possibility to create your own research group in cooperation with the Czech Globe Institute
  • Flexible work hours and occasional home office to accommodate personal needs for family and work compatibility
  • Social benefits such as 8 weeks of paid vacation per year, contribution to pension insurance, financial allowance for meals, lunches in MU canteens, a multisport card, free vaccinations, language courses at reduced prices , a university cinema discount, an exclusive mobile tariff offer from Vodafone, group-Campus childcare
  • Opportunity to work and live in a modern and dynamic city

Application process

The request must be submitted online before December 10, 2022 via an e-application, please find the reference to the electronic application at the beginning and at the end of the announcement.

The candidate will need to provide the following:

  • resume
  • Motivation letter outlining the candidate’s research priorities
  • Summary of research results and publications
  • Names and contact details of at least 2 references

After successfully submitting your application, you will receive an automatic confirmation email from jobs.muni.cz.

Selection process

Applications received will be carefully reviewed in accordance with the principles of the european charter and the researcher’s code. Selection criteria: (i) meet the qualification requirements described above, (ii) provide all required documents.

If we do not contact you no later than 10 working days after the application deadline, it means that we have shortlisted other candidates who meet the requirements of the position.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited for a personal or online interview.

The Faculty Recruitment Policy (OTM-R) can be viewed here.

Faculty of Science, Masaryk University is an equal opportunity employer. We support diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Visit our career page.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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ill-defined job descriptions allow MPs to abandon their constituents https://ocupario.org/ill-defined-job-descriptions-allow-mps-to-abandon-their-constituents/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 16:00:56 +0000 https://ocupario.org/ill-defined-job-descriptions-allow-mps-to-abandon-their-constituents/ Voters for former Health Secretary Matt Hancock in West Suffolk have been vocally expressing their anger at his decision to take part in the reality show I’m a Celebrity Get me Out of Here. The Prime Minister announced Hancock’s departure from the UK while Parliament sits “very disappointing”. The Conservative Party has removed the whip […]]]>

Voters for former Health Secretary Matt Hancock in West Suffolk have been vocally expressing their anger at his decision to take part in the reality show I’m a Celebrity Get me Out of Here.

The Prime Minister announced Hancock’s departure from the UK while Parliament sits “very disappointing”. The Conservative Party has removed the whip of Hancock, meaning he no longer represents the party in parliament.

However, he still represents his disgruntled constituents, many of whom complain he should be home performing surgeries, sorting out issues and generally tending to their needs. He the reasons that as a backbencher he has “the freedom and the time” to take jobs in the media to raise awareness of the issues. Writing about the show in The Sun, he said his goal in the jungle was to talk about dyslexia – an issue close to his heart following his own diagnosis.

It is certainly true that the audience for I’m a Celebrity is far larger than a Suffolk town hall or the House of Commons. Indeed, the same chamber emptied in December when Hancock introduced a ten minute bill on dyslexia screening.

But Hancock’s televised concert is an opportunity to ponder a surprisingly unresolved question: what is an MP’s main job? Is it to make and change laws in Westminster – campaigning on important issues along the way to facilitate change? Or is it an MP’s main job to solve problems in their constituency and speak on behalf of constituents?

Communes or district?

We cannot pretend that we expect all members to be in the House of Commons all the time. Government ministers often have to travel – as do parliamentarians, in the context of select committee research, for example. The system also authorized certain absences of longer duration. Ministers can now take paid maternity leave . And we may not approve, but backbench MP Boris Johnson has Been away a lot lately. It is therefore obvious that the presence in the room is not always necessary.

Hancock’s cast mates await his arrival in the jungle.
TVI

However, it is increasingly important to be available to resolve constituency issues. For today’s MPs, it is no longer a pile of letters and a few conversations. The Special Committee on the Modernization of the House of Commons reported in 2007 reported in 2007 that:

In the 1950s and 1960s, MPs received an average of 12 to 15 letters a week. Today, the average is over 300 per week, and then there are emails, faxes and phone calls.

Add to this the advent of organized online campaigns, Twitter and other forms of communication to today’s representatives and their staff and the magnitude of the work becomes apparent.

And for MPs, the question is not just what are they doing, but what do people think they should be doing?

To research published in 2015 explored what MPs and constituents thought about the role of elected members. Both groups ranked “taking up and responding to questions and issues raised by voters” as the primary role. Voters were found to be ‘more focused on constituency activity than MPs’ – but the difference was small.

Thus, according to the interviewees, doing things in the constituency and for the constituents outweighs, for example, participation in committees. This certainly would not have been the case 50 years ago, when MPs often visited the constituency rather than living there.

The need to be available is well recognized, including by Hancock himself, who seems to have negotiated with the producers of I’m a Celebrity to gain privileged access to communications during filming in the event of an emergency in his riding.

As former Labor MP Tony Wright said in a conference 2010:

It’s hard to think of another profession where the nature of the work is so elusive… As an MP, I found a job with no job description, no way of knowing what to do.

Wright classified MPs into six categories. We have to assume a bit of a joke, but these are spitters, loyalists, localists, legislators, loners and loose cannons. Hancock was once a loyalist but is perhaps becoming more of a loose cannon.

According to Wright, Localists “see their role at Westminster as subsidiary to and serving their constituency role”. It is certainly the case today that the ranks of localists are growing. Candidate screening materials and MP biographies are increasingly emphasizing local credentials, for example.

More recently, and less ironically, one commenter has used freedom of information legislation to seek information about MPs’ job descriptions. The answer was simple. The House of Commons did not have the information.

‘Build awareness’

So in a sense, there’s nothing stopping Hancock from deciding that his main role right now is to raise an issue and look at different ways to spread the message about it, like appearing on TV. He has, after all, called on Parliament to legislate to introduce dyslexia screening in primary schools. He now wants to galvanize support for this work.

But that also means giving him airtime to talk about his cause in the jungle. The most famous precedent for a British politician attempting to use reality TV as a platform to raise awareness of an important issue was that of former Respect MP George Galloway. 2014 move to the Big Brother House. All anyone remembers from this appearance is Galloway’s unsettling impression of a cat on camera – not his original focus on talking about Palestine.

George Galloway’s infamous cat print.

Until we have a clearer idea of ​​what an MP is supposed to do, others are sure to follow Hancock down the path of reality TV – whether their “awareness” expectations are realistic or nope. The fact that his party removed the whip shows that there are repercussions for members of Parliament who do not engage in their parliamentary duties. His constituents, on the other hand, seem to be going after him.

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A helping hand in the middle of the storm https://ocupario.org/a-helping-hand-in-the-middle-of-the-storm/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 22:25:10 +0000 https://ocupario.org/a-helping-hand-in-the-middle-of-the-storm/ Last week, the night thunder, lightning and torrential rain scared Bob, me, the two dogs and three cats to death, the electricity suddenly went out to most of our home. We don’t have a basement. We have a storm cellar. You know, the kind Dorothy was in when a tornado hit Kansas. Our fuse box […]]]>

Last week, the night thunder, lightning and torrential rain scared Bob, me, the two dogs and three cats to death, the electricity suddenly went out to most of our home.

We don’t have a basement. We have a storm cellar. You know, the kind Dorothy was in when a tornado hit Kansas. Our fuse box is in the storm cellar.

With my spinal cord injury, I can’t go down those steep steps. With Bob’s dementia, which you may already know, he no longer understands how to use a fuse box.

Eversource couldn’t help.

Luckily, on our refrigerator, I have the 24/7 non-emergency phone number for our local police: 508 775-0387. They were great and said to call the fire department whose 24/7 non-emergency phone number for the Centerville-Osterville-Marstons Mills District (COMM) is: 508 790-2375.

Within minutes, Lt. Matthew Malone and Firefighter/Paramedic Steven Coombs were at my doorstep.

I was my usual crazy self: “Electricity! Cellar! Dorothy! They walked out into the pouring rain to the storm cellar, found the circuit breaker tripped and the viola we had on. I was delighted.

It was just Matt and Steve’s first trip.

“Bob,” I said after they left, “I smell something burning! »

I traced the burning smell back to the bedroom, where thick white smoke billowed from a power strip with a trillion wires plugged into it. The electricity went out again.

Saralee Perel

Matt and Steve were back in an instant; this time they were in the disaster I call our room.

Here’s the thing. I wasn’t on a cleaning project that resulted in nearly ALL of my clothes piled on the floor. I wasn’t going through those stacks of 5 year old papers. I didn’t deliberately scatter 14 coffee mugs, a bunch of forks, 2018 magazines, and broken computer parts everywhere. Pitifully, that’s how I make the house.

It’s getting worse.

Steve bent through a pile of tangled wires and picked up the mother of all dustballs. Needing both hands, this Olympic-sized mound of dust was bigger than a rulebook – in fact, an enormous, giant-sized basketball.

“That stuff probably got into the power strip,” he said.

The room looked like it had been hit by Dorothy’s tornado. Not just clothes, but jungles of dust, newspapers, books, paper plates, and empty soda cans made even our massive king-size bed hard to find.

I was mortified.

They found other power strips that were dangerously overloaded and covered in years of grime.

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SRF has good news and still needs your help https://ocupario.org/srf-has-good-news-and-still-needs-your-help/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 15:11:47 +0000 https://ocupario.org/srf-has-good-news-and-still-needs-your-help/ Cream Ridge, New Jersey -11/3/2022 – This young man realized his dream yesterday by adopting Whitesand Hooligan! Another happy adoption! This morning he opened his eyes, put on his boots, and rushed off to begin their life of love and making memories together. Also known as Duke, he was another great rescue from slaughter by […]]]>

Cream Ridge, New Jersey -11/3/2022 – This young man realized his dream yesterday by adopting Whitesand Hooligan!

Another happy adoption!

This morning he opened his eyes, put on his boots, and rushed off to begin their life of love and making memories together. Also known as Duke, he was another great rescue from slaughter by the Standardbred Retirement Foundation, (SRF) thanks to our donors!

We are receiving many calls and emails regarding our annual online auction scheduled for this month. Unfortunately, this fundraiser is postponed. A new date is planned for 2023. We thank our donors for the gifts and our buyers who have supported this in the past and always appreciate donations throughout the year.

SRF is organizing a big sale on Saturday November 12 and will have 80 horses to meet! It’s not a holiday event like we’ve had in the past with tastings and other activities, but if you love horses, we’ve got them to meet. Get ready to shop blankets and all kinds of accessories, and shop 15% off our logo apparel for great holiday gifts, and for men too.

We have an indoor area for tack and shopping if the weather doesn’t allow us to be outside. Material donations are also appreciated. Volunteers are appreciated! Supporting that by buying tickets and helping by selling them is more urgent this year than in the past.

Our annual raffle to win $5,000 is ready and mailed to friends of SRF. We are counting on this generosity to fill the haylofts and grain silos to feed our more than 500 trotters and drivers during the cold months ahead. A full belly is what keeps a horse warm.

The cost of feeding a horse has increased by 40%, which is very difficult for SRF this year. The winner will be announced on December 7, 2022. Tickets can also be purchased directly from SRF, please contact the office at 609 738 3255 or via email SRFhorsesandkids@gmail.com Tuesday giving arrives, November 29th. SRF is hoping for a generous donation to start a game that others can build on. Please start the momentum. Contact Judith Bokman at 609 738 3255.

We are delighted to say thank you and to share that our number of foster homes has increased by 62% in 2022! Volunteers, foster homes, adoption partners and our CHAPS program need your help. These are very rewarding for compassionate horse lovers. SRF’s logo clothing is stocked in its online store, check everything by click here.

A new website is in the works, so look for fabulous photos and information on Adoptahorse.org soon.

SRF has four vacancies. This is an unusual year at SRF, we have many more horses requiring skilled and passionate team members. SRF is a 33-year-old non-profit organization that manages 500 needy horses at numerous facilities. Its main farm houses 75 horses in rehabilitation and training. Heading and staying as a keeper is his goal. Bring your experience and passion for horses where you will have the most impact. The location is in Cream Ridge, NJ. Medical benefits, paid vacations, paid holidays and other benefits are provided. Please send a brief cover letter and your curriculum vitae to Judejude2000@aol.com

CoachJob description: F/t and P/T Evaluate new horses; train under the saddle; meet potential adopters; help with the return; supervising new horses arriving and those leaving for their new homes; and other horse-related responsibilities. Requirements: At least 5 years of experience with horses, good computer skills and a superior work ethic. Other possibilities include offsite training and adoptions. It’s not a show stable, it’s a stable full of compassion for the horses that SRF helps.

AdministrativeJob description: market (non-remote) for applications; select candidates; manage the horse database; match horses with prospective adoptees, foster family, CHAPS and adoption partners; working with veterinarians, farriers and candidates, and other related responsibilities. Requirements: Our candidate must have a good background of equestrian experience; exceptional computer skills; Organisational skills; exceptional attention to detail; and an understanding of the importance of rescue work.

Director of development– (Possible Hybrid) Job Description: The Director of Development is key to all SRF programs and its funding streams: implementing an annual and long-term development plan and strategies with the Board of Directors; Oversee programs, donors, licensors, sponsors and events; cultivate and nurture our wonderful relationships with current supporters and build on new supporters; conduct research, write grant proposals; manage fundraising events; drafting materials for newsletters and brochures, and solicitations; and other responsibilities related to the development, funding and implementation of SRF’s mission. Requirements: A minimum of 5 years in a non-profit development role, excellent writing and computer skills, knowledge and passion for horses, proven development experience with donors, management donors and fundraising.

Social media management and administrative support-(Possible hybrid) Job Description: Manage all social media, photo and film content, measure results, update information, assist with administrative end of SRF programs. Requirements: Good knowledge of horses. Excellent knowledge of all social media platforms Photography and video skills Marketing experience Ability to write passionate content.

From Standardbred Retirement Foundation

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5 ways to get the job you want https://ocupario.org/5-ways-to-get-the-job-you-want/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 15:26:11 +0000 https://ocupario.org/5-ways-to-get-the-job-you-want/ There are many factors to consider if you want to get the job you want, from having the right qualifications to doing your best during the interview process. However, there are also a few key things you can do to increase your chances of getting your ideal job. 1 – Search for the domain or […]]]>

There are many factors to consider if you want to get the job you want, from having the right qualifications to doing your best during the interview process. However, there are also a few key things you can do to increase your chances of getting your ideal job.

1 – Search for the domain or company of your choice

To succeed professionally, it is essential to do thorough research on the field or company that interests you. Not only will this help you gain a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities in your chosen field, but it will also make you more attractive to potential employers. By demonstrating in-depth knowledge of key concepts and trends in your field, you can prove that you have what it takes to succeed.

Plus, gathering information about specific companies will help you target the ones that best match your skills and interests. Whether through online research on platforms like jobs by Lensanetworking with industry experts or attending relevant events and conferences, there are a variety of ways to gain valuable insight into your chosen field or company.

Photo, Mario Gogh.

2 – Update your resume and cover letter

Your CV and cover letter are the first impression potential employers will have of you, so it’s important to pay close attention to every detail. Start by reviewing the job description for any positions you’re interested in and highlight key qualifications and experiences that match what the company is looking for.

Next, take the time to update your resume and tailor your cover letter accordingly. Your cover letter should be tailored to each individual job, highlighting why you would be a good candidate for that specific position. Choose strong action verbs and succinctly describe your skills, making sure to emphasize experiences that will set you apart from other applicants.

3 – Network

Networking is one of the most important factors in landing a job. It allows you to connect with other professionals in your field, build relationships and discover new opportunities. Perhaps most importantly, it provides you with valuable information that can help you stand out from the competition.

Whether it’s advice on writing your resume or words of encouragement from a former colleague, networking gives you access to insider knowledge that can give you a competitive edge. And by developing a strong network early in your career, you’ll be well positioned to adapt and thrive as the job market changes over time. To forge links and relationships with people in your industry can open doors for you and help get you on the radar of other hiring managers.

4 – Preparation for interviews

The key to a successful job interview is preparation. You should research the company thoroughly and familiarize yourself with its values, mission statement, and key business goals. Also, make sure you have a clear idea of ​​the skills and qualifications you bring to the table, as well as any specific strengths or notable accomplishments that might set you apart from other candidates.

Plan your answers to common interview questions ahead of time so you can present yourself as confident and competent in your answers. Ultimately, a successful interview requires confidence as well as a solid understanding of the position and the company. If you approach each step with confidence, precision and clarity, you are sure to land your dream job.

5 – Consider internships or volunteer opportunities

If you’re struggling to find a full-time job in your chosen field, consider internships or volunteer opportunities as a way to get your foot in the door. These experiences will provide valuable experience and make your resume more competitive when applying for jobs on the go. Moreover, they can even lead to a full-time offer.

Whether it’s honing your interview skills or showcasing your work on social media, being proactive and professional will help you stand out from the crowd. Never underestimate the importance of maintaining a positive attitude. Staying motivated and confident will help you take control of your career path and give you the best chance of success. With these tips in mind, you’re sure to land the job you’ve always dreamed of.

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Amy Oldenburg – Managing Director, Investment Management https://ocupario.org/amy-oldenburg-managing-director-investment-management/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 23:41:58 +0000 https://ocupario.org/amy-oldenburg-managing-director-investment-management/ To succeed in business and in life, says Amy Oldenburg, who leads the Emerging Markets Equity team at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, you need stamina and strength to overcome the obstacles that come your way and flexibility to acquire new skills to face future challenges. Oldenburg knows a thing or two about difficult situations. A […]]]>

To succeed in business and in life, says Amy Oldenburg, who leads the Emerging Markets Equity team at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, you need stamina and strength to overcome the obstacles that come your way and flexibility to acquire new skills to face future challenges. Oldenburg knows a thing or two about difficult situations. A few years ago, she climbed Mount Rainier in Washington State and endured a day at the top of 20 hours. After waking up at 2am to a sunrise at the summit at 6am, the descent involved navigating a melting path that required constantly adapting to changing terrain.

“My background in running marathons and mountaineering has been essential in navigating and enduring the long-term nature of investment activities, market volatility and international travel that is essential for this role,” says -she. Here, she talks more about how that commitment has helped her succeed in her more than 20 years at Morgan Stanley.

I supervise investors based in New York, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mumbai and Riyadh who manage over 15 investment strategies in international and emerging markets. My time is focused on building top performing investment teams, launching unique new investment products, and managing all elements of a global investment business.

Nothing like this role. You need to be flexible, as the job description is constantly changing, and the business day and markets we cover cross many time zones.

I started my career working for a tech company and thought I would be doing this for the rest of my life, until the dot com bubble burst in 2000. I found my way to Morgan Stanley and the Over the past 21 years, I’ve realized that my appreciation and interest in technology and innovation has become my superpower, not a loss.

This made it possible to be open to new challenges and to actively meet new people within the company. As a trader, I showed that I could speak effectively with portfolio managers about trading and the markets, so I quickly landed a more client-oriented position. Since then, I have held various positions within the organization. The opportunity for internal mobility and my efforts to develop my network of relationships across the organization have been essential in preparing me for my responsibilities today.

There is a good level of competition within the Emerging Markets Equity team, and many of us have some sort of sports background, which I think is no coincidence. I also think that playing sports helps prepare you to step out of your comfort zone. Since joining Morgan Stanley in 2001, I have held roles in currency trading, portfolio management support, and product development and strategy before joining the emerging markets business.

To have a competitive advantage, we must not only embrace new technologies, but be at the forefront of their development. Part of that involves a mindset shift about the people we hire and their skills. All industries must accept new competition and possible disruption, and this business is no different. By ensuring that our employees are advocates and sponsors of innovation, we are better able to adapt to changing trends.

Be curious and engage in a lifetime of continuous learning. Our markets and business have changed so much over the years that you need to adapt and learn the latest tools and technologies to be successful. Moreover, the experience builds on itself. It is difficult to rush the process. Appreciate each experience as an opportunity to learn your likes and dislikes. Sometimes the next opportunity comes in a year, other times in three or four years. Don’t get caught up in following a specific topic or timeline – life is hard to predict. Keep yourself positioned for luck, stay open-minded, offer help, be kind. The best opportunities will appear in the most unexpected places.

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