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Responsibilities: Development and implementation of short and long term Human Resources strategies. • Development of the organizational structure of the facility to support its business objectives. • Management and direction of staffing to meet headcount requirements and hire qualified employees. • Development and implementation of compensation systems and practices that are equitable to attract a...
POSITION SUMMARY Provides specialized expertise in one or more human resources functional areas and/or has full generalist responsibility for a major team or business unit. Proposes and initiates projects and programs of diverse scope and complexity; anticipates and prepares the organization for change; provides human resources input to business task teams (e.g. mergers/acquisitions, new business...
POSITION SUMMARY Develops, modifies, applies, and maintains quality standards and evaluation methods for products and processes. Provides moderately complex statistical information for quality improvement by determining and applying testing methods and criteria. Coordinates and guides technical evaluations, analysis, and related data acquisition processes to ensure division quality objectives are...
Leasing Representative We have a great new opportunity for a Leasing Representative in the Syracuse, NY area. This position will be responsible for implementing specific corporate objectives with respect to strategically identifying, qualifying, negotiating, and finalizing lease terms with national retail and entertainment tenants. This position also requires significant analytical and sales aptit...
Army National Guard AUBURN, 13021
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Summary: This position is responsible for execution of the Industrial Process Value Center compensation programs on a global basis including overseeing and leading the annual merit & bonus processes to ensure timely and effective implementation, partnering to educate managers and HR Generalists on compensation programs, participating in salary surveys, evaluating jobs, advising on incentive scheme...
Description The Human Resources Department Supervisor will report directly to the Store Manager and work closely with the store team on all HR functions and responsibilities. The primary day to day purpose and focus of this position is largely dictated by season and on the immediate needs of the business. Responsibilities: Staffing · Work with the Store Manager and Assistant Managers to develop hi...
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$45,000.00 - $205,000.00
Typical Salary for Admiralty/Maritime Attorney in Auburn
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Applies inland navigable waters and high seas law by registering and selling vessels; arranging maritime financing; representing injured harbor and ship personnel; litigating collisions, cargo damage, and damage to objects and the environment by vessels.
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Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2006
Maintains maritime/admiralty case progress by following and enforcing productivity and quality standards; resolving operational problems; identifying work process improvements.
Resolves maritime/admiralty cases by filing lawsuits; bringing cases to trial; settling, mediating, or arbitrating cases; planning, organizing, and presenting arguments and counter-arguments; engaging expert witnesses; preparing and presenting evidence; preparing and interrogating witnesses; presenting closing arguments to jury.