r power generation and electricity transmission and distribution.
To supervise the building, commissioning and repair works activities within the limits of the Company’s Quality policy, Technical drawings, Norms and Customer technical requirements with the objective to increase customer satisfaction whilst increasing company goodwill in the market. Job Description: 1. Building and Commissioning To supervise the building, commissioning and maintenance activities on site in order to secure Customer technical requirements and the Company’s Quality policies. 2. Repair To coordinate the repair and test work on site effectively. 3. Team Management Coordinate and assist customer personnel in E/C activities in order to secure the Company’s Quality policies and on time completion. 4. Environmental Health & Safety Implement and follow up EHS regulations in E/C activities in order to secure safety regulations and environment. 5. Quality To update and revise E/C Norms according to the improved methods in order to secure the Company’s Quality policies and customer satisfaction. 6. Customer satisfaction To plan, coordinate, implement and follow up customer requests from sales dept. in order to fulfill customer requirements completely.
• Min. level of graduate / Technical High School • Knowledge of Team Management, Project Management • Knowledge of Transformers E&C • Knowledge of electricity • Knowledge of mechanical issues • Knowledge of maintenance • Ability to work under pressure • Manage and give decisions on site • Knowledge of business diplomacy • Fluent in French and English • Willing to travel
Excellent retributive package for the right candidate. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Energy and Utilities
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advertising here (and might come back), and that means revenue to RBC . . . which allows RBC to reinvest back into the community (hopefully - lol). By me calling an advertiser out, it's as if I'm looking to satiate my own desire to let the world know their product doesn't work (literally, it's like having a nice-looking car in the driveway, although the transmission is blown so you can't make it out of 2nd gear) :)
I'm not a very religious person, but I do have a 'confucious-like' mentality in the sense that I'd prefer to stand for the greater good of the community than for a self-serving post. I've been down on Bounty, much like 95% of TPRs I know, but they're not advertising here or I wouldn't say anything. Now, a 'workaround' group was an idea that I thought might be ok because it really was going to be a group for RBC members that purchased the product via an ad here. But, when I thought it through, I just dusted myself off and didn't look back at the $800 bones I dropped. I get way more value at RBC to worry about a few bucks. Know what I mean?
P.S. I'm not trying to 'wow' anyone with any of my posts :) Being very straightforward, I work from home 90% of the time, so a major value in RBC to me is that it connects me with other recruiters and TA pros . . . and in that regard, I have a loyalty to RBC as my social network of choice. Sure, there are other resources out there, but I like the 'down-to-earthness' over here. I'd even argue that if this site was on par with some of the other 'more professional' social networks out there, that members would drop off. It's a feel of reality here . . . a feeling of comfort. Today's day of social media is interesting because I'm more drawn to uploaded personal photos (i.e. someone with their family, a dog, a landmark, etc.) as opposed to high-gloss stock photography. I commend RBC on carving out this niche . . . and I further commend everyone at RBC for outstanding execution.
P.S.S. In terms of naming the product, I would be happy to do so if someone calls me or messages me here. I'm not withholding . . . but I just don't feel right broadcasting it. I hope you understand.
Martin H.Snyder said:Josh I'm not wowed by this post of yours for a few reasons (qualified by the thought that I really enjoy many of your posts). 1) This notion that "solutions were vetted" before being cleared to advertise on RBC. Where does that come from? Who is to do the vetting? Jason? RBC Members? To ascribe any value to an offering because of the channel presenting the ad is sort of touching in its innocence in this day and age, but really.....ain't that how Madoff made his bones ?
2) Your own post is cloying in its way because you won't help do vetting yourself- you expect it done for you? Name the solution that let you down. As long as your comments are truthful and your own opinion, you have nothing to worry about- or are you worried about saying something unpopular or offending that vendor ? Either way, it's not helpful to other would-be buyers for you to withhold the one critical bit of information.
Fess up Josh !
- surprise – failed the “driving” portion. What if I didn’t pass? I just wanted a chance, but my nerves were shot; my voice even trembled. All I could think about was if my mom would let me drive to school – if I ever passed the test and held a wonderful little piece of plastic with my picture embedded on it. Oh, if only…
I passed whew! and was handed the keys to my mom’s 1967 Volkswagen Bus. I was allowed to drive it whenever I wanted. I was so excited and couldn’t wait to drive around my hometown of Whittier, California, just hoping to run into someone I knew. Well.., not literally. I drove past my friend Lisa’s house, she wasn’t home. I drove past Naugles – a popular fast food joint – no one I knew was there. I drove past the mall, but too scared to park by myself, I shifted gears and pulled out of the parking lot and just headed back home. But I had put ten miles of "alone" drive time in.
I had accomplished a goal that I feared, one that meant everything to me, and one that marked a step toward independence. I had also mastered driving a stick shift. I had learned how to push start a Volkswagen and a Fiat. Life seemed good. That is until six months later when my family boarded a plane and moved to La Porte, Indiana. A city in the Northern Midwest where the snow fall averages 65 inches every year. I was a California girl with NO experience driving in snow or on ice. None.
I saw my first snowfall on Thanksgiving Day, and I was inexperienced. But I was also unafraid to try. I knew that I had mastered a clutch and manual transmission. I just needed to try it a few times – practice. Luckily, I lived in a small town, population of about 19,000. The roads were never crowded and there were plenty of bare highways through cornfields on which to learn. Sure, there was the occasional icy spinout and snowbank stop, but I learned valuable lessons in those moments of terror. Try. And then keep trying.
Learning a new skill can be difficult. Setting aside the fear of “It’s too hard” and the unreasonable “I can’t” is a must. “I think I can,” said the little engine that could, and he did. Every single day, we have to the opportunity to learn how to do something new or do something the old way, only better. Drop the fear. Build your steam and get it done. It may appear insurmountable from the base, but a mountain seems less monumental when you are halfway up. Interesting side effect from all that climbing? Added strength. Funny how that works.
Reports To: Director, Human Capital
Location: Reston, VA
This position administers employee health, welfare and retirement plans company-wide. Benefit programs include: 401 (k) Retirement Plan, medical/dental, income protection, short-term disability, long-term disability, workers' compensation, leave of absence, Flexible Spending (Section 125), etc. Works closely with the insurance broker. Acts as liaison between employees and insurance providers, resolves benefit related problems and ensures effective utilization of plans and positive employee relations. Ensures plans are administered in accordance with federal and state regulations and plan provisions are followed. Reviews and analyzes all benefit invoices, resolves discrepancies and assure invoices are accurate. Responsible for all aspects of the HRIS, including employee and benefit information. Provides policy and procedure information to employees. Acts autonomously as part of the Human Capital team.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
• Oversee and manage company’s employee benefit programs – responsibilities include working closely with the company’s insurance broker and other providers to identify resources available to employees, make recommendations on additional employee benefits and services.
• Manage fiscal elements relating to the employee benefit programs, including processing of monthly benefits related bills and billing changes due to status changes. Independently resolve discrepancies with providers.
• Administer and maintain employee benefit programs for all employees, including group health, dental, voluntary supplemental programs, COBRA, LTD, STD, vacation, sick time, FMLA and 401K.
• Utilizing independent judgment, researches and applies federal and state regulations, and company policies and procedures to each individual application for FMLA, STD and LTD. Accurately communicate this information to employees and managers.
• Effectively and accurately communicate benefits information and company policies and processes to employees
• Responsible for communication and support for employees regarding their benefits.
• Create various reports related to vacation and other benefits.
• Manage annual open enrollment for benefits
• Maintain and provide suggestions for improving the HR Information System, including organization of information and reporting of information to management, benefits databases, etc.
• Act as liaison and resource for payroll and ensure accurate transmission of salary and other data between Human Capital and payroll
• 4 year college degree in business, psychology, human resource management, communications, or other relevant field.
• 2-4 years experience in Benefits Coordinator role strongly preferred.
• Must have the ability to prioritize and multi-task autonomously in an extremely fast-paced environment.
• Ability to interact with peers in a team-oriented operating structure
• Ability to exercise independent judgment in interpreting and applying federal and state regulations and company policies and procedures.
• Experience dealing with major insurance carriers and employee benefits brokers preferred.
• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
• Experience managing the open enrollment process.
• Experience maintaining and managing an HRIS. Experience with HR Perspective and ADP is strongly preferred.
• Proficiency in MS Office.
• Knowledge of H1B Visa and U.S. immigration processes and common issues is a plus.
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