MPN Diversity Recruiters
Atlanta, GA or Birmingham, AL
The Network Engineer is responsible for:
providing tactical planning
equipment lifecycle management
third-level technical support for the firewall infrastructure for the Confidential Client and associated subsidiaries.
The associated firewall efforts include:
firewall policies and procedures
cloud services integration
This position will work closely with the Network and Security Architects and the IT Security teams to develop the architecture and strategy for the overall firewall platform.
The technology areas in scope for this position include some routing and switching, wireless and all firewall technologies owned by SCS TO, SCADA, GAS and renewable solutions. Hardware solutions includes but are not limited to:
Palo Alto Networks
Cisco (Routers / Switches / Wireless Controllers and Access Points)
Software solutions include:
Cisco CSM / ASDM
Stonesoft Management Server
General Understanding of Budgets and/or Capable of Learning about Budgeting (capital and functional) and accounting processes to ensure compliance with the budget.
Knowledge of network systems such as data network systems including IP addressing and naming (DNS, DHCP, and WINS), Web and proxy, Internet, Virtual Private Network (VPN), and networking in virtual environments.
Firewall technologies including but not limited to – Palo Alto Network, Cisco ASA, Cisco Firepower, (ASDM, CSM, FTM), Palo Alto -Panorama, Stonesoft/Forcepoint, Skybox and HPNA.
Knowledge of Cloud based platforms – Microsoft (Azure), Amazon (AWS), Oracle (OCI)
Demonstrate personal computer skills (Office 365, Word, Excel, Visio, SharePoint, Teams, etc.)
Effective oral and written communications skills with the ability to convey complex technical issues in business terms.
Self-motivated with the ability to effectively manage multiple project responsibilities simultaneously.
Team-oriented with a strong work ethic.
Ability to build relationships, communicate and work with all levels of management, vendors, business partners and external customers while exhibiting positive influence at all levels.
Strategic thinker who can embrace, influence, and lead change.
A BS degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering or Computer Science related field preferred
Minimum of 5 years of Data Networks experience in (Routing and Switching)
Minimum of 3 years of Firewall/Security experience (Palo Alto, Cisco, Stonesoft/Forcepoint )
CCNA (Route/Switch, Security)
CCNP (Route/Switch, Security, Wireless, Data Center)
CCIE (Route/Switch, Security, Wireless, Data Center)
ACE (PA Accredited Configuration Engineer)
PCNSE (PA Networks Certified Network Security Engineer)
CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional)
General knowledge of information technologies (those currently used within the system and new technologies)
General knowledge of IT infrastructure components
Understand engineering/analysis/design discipline and methodology
Ability to effectively organize tasks, manage multiple priorities/details, meet schedules, and deliver on customer commitments
Ability to negotiate with and influence others – internally as well as vendors
Ability to build relationships and work in a team atmosphere
Ability to provide and accept feedback
Strong analytical and troubleshooting skills
Professional oral and written communication skills
MOVA is an independent state agency governed by the Victim and Witness Assistance Board. MOVA strives to advance victim rights by ensuring all victims and survivors of crime across the Commonwealth are supported and empowered through access to high-quality services that are trauma-informed, culturally responsive, and reflective of diverse communities. MOVA achieves this through survivor-informed work, advocacy for enhanced victim rights and services, partnerships with agencies and individuals, and a commitment to providing funding and services for underserved and marginalized communities.
MOVA is seeking a mission-driven individual to fill the Grants Manager position. In this role, the Grants Manager will oversee the full cycle grants process for state and federal funding sources that support direct services for victims of crime. Reporting to the Senior Grants Manager, the Grants Manager partners with sub-recipients to support their program goals, ensure compliance with state and federal regulations, and help facilitate the grant procurement process. The Grants Manager must be a strong communicator, highly organized and detail-oriented, collaborative, and skilled at balancing multiple priorities. The ideal applicant will have knowledge or experience in grants management, contract administration, or contract management work.
Responsible for day-to-day aspects of grants management for multiple sub-recipients and multiple funding streams
Maintain working relationships with sub-recipients providing regular monitoring, technical assistance, and support of programmatic goals. Communicate regularly with sub-recipients both verbally and through written communication
Review sub-recipient expense reports ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations
Perform monthly desk-reviews ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations
Ensure sub-recipients adhere to program scope, contract requirements, and special conditions as indicated in the VOCA rule or other relevant regulations
Assist staff and sub-recipients with outcome measurement data collection, data entry, and analysis for state and federal data systems as needed
Assist in the dissemination of federal and state funding via participation in the grant procurement process through grant application review and evaluation
Participate in the planning and facilitation of programmatic monitoring visits and desk reviews, at the direction of the Director of Monitoring and Compliance or their designee. Work collaboratively to assure efficiency and accuracy of work products
Maintain accurate record keeping and filing
Participate in relevant meetings and events in the victim services community as directed
Knowledge or experience in grants management, contract administration, or contract management work
Strong written and oral communication skills
Strong attention to detail and overall organizational skills
Evidenced ability to establish and meet deadlines and effectively problem solve
Evidenced computer skills with Microsoft Word, Excel, and capacity to learn other specific software
Knowledge of general, state, and federal grants management policies
Ability to analyze and manage budgets
Ability to work effectively in a collaborative team environment
Highest professional standards and customer-service orientation
Ability to interact successfully with many different personality types and to effectively develop and maintain strong working relationships across all levels within the agency and outside the agency
Commitment to furthering the agency’s overall mission
Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two years relevant experience; additional years of experience may substitute for a degree
Familiarity with direct services programming (e.g., social services, sexual and domestic violence services, etc.)
May be required to travel within Massachusetts in support of work assignments and responsibilities. Valid driver’s license preferred.
Submit cover letter and resume to MOVAHR@mass.gov .
MOVA is an equal opportunity employer and strives to ensure that those working in our office reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. MOVA encourages applicants from a broad spectrum of backgrounds to apply for positions
Non-managerial, non-exempt position
Salary range of $48,000 to $53,000 annually
As a condition of employment, successful applicants will be required to have received COVID-19 vaccination or an approved exemption as of their start date
Position is primarily work from home with anticipated regular (weekly) travel throughout MA, including to MOVA office locations in Boston and Northampton
The Moran Company
Sonora, CA, USA
Watch Resources Inc. Background
Watch Resources, Inc . is a multi-faceted non-profit organization in Sonora, California, founded in 1972 by a group of parents and teachers who knew that adults with intellectual disabilities needed support to live productive and happy lives as integral members of their community. Watch Resources, Inc. will celebrate 50 years of service in 2022 and has grown to now support 180 people who live in Tuolumne, Calaveras, and Mariposa Counties.
Watch Resources, Inc. is a non-profit, 501(c)3, charitable organization that is governed by a volunteer board of directors with an annual budget over $3,000,000 and a staff of fifty-seven dedicated professionals.
Over the years, Watch Resources, Inc. has earned a reputation for excellent services and care. Watch Resources, Inc. offers a full array of services, including:
Supported Employment – Assisting people to find and keep community-based jobs.
Visions Work Training and Education Program – Small supervised crews working in community - based jobs. Learning opportunities, which change on an annual tri-meter system, include, art guild, acting, computer skills, cooking and using community resources.
High-Gear - Evening and weekend community-based recreation activities.
Supported Living – providing adults with the support they need to live in the home of their choice.
Residential Services – 24 hour supports
Transportation – Fleet of small busses, vans, and cars to provide transportation to job sites and activities.
Sonora is a charming, historic community located in the Gold Country. The neighboring communities of Jamestown and Columbia feature State Parks dedicated to preserving Gold Rush history. Sonora provides close access to snowboarding and skiing in the winter. Boating, wakeboarding, and golfing in the summer. All the outdoor activities you love are right here in Tuolumne County. Mountain biking, hiking, white-water rafting, fishing, camping and much more. If you love the outdoors, this may be the job for you!
The Executive Director (ED) serves as the leader of Watch Resources, Inc and is its primary public representative. The ED reports to the Board of Directors and works in partnership with them to ensure that the organization fulfills its mission and creates strategies for future sustainability and success. The ED is responsible for the programmatic and fiscal integrity of the organization in keeping with the direction, policies and objectives set forth by the Board of Directors.
Leadership: Serves as a decisive, credible leader for Watch Resources, Inc. who attracts and retains top-notch, diverse talent. Maintains a work environment that fosters employee empowerment and commitment to the organization’s mission and purpose. Supports an open and healthy culture of collaboration, diversity, and mutual respect.
Board Relations: Fosters solid relationships and supports the Board in their role for the organization. Keeps the Board fully informed and engaged regarding the status and activities of the organization. Keeps the board informed of legislation and research concerning individuals with intellectual disabilities and their needs.
Strategic Planning: W orks with the Board to design and implement a plan to set strategic direction, long-term goals, and annual objectives.
Partnerships : Establishes and maintains working relationships with public and private agencies, as well as other appropriate professionals.
Financial Viability: Establishes and maintains funding sources, both public and private. Writes and submits grant proposals. Prepares and maintains annual budget as approved by the board. Maintains and grows a sustainable fundraising program based on the Benevon Model .
Operations: Ensures the team operates with excellence and continues to deliver high quality services that meet the needs of its consumers and the community.
Advocacy : Navigates a complex local and state political environment and supports policies that have the most significant impact on Watch Resources, Inc. and its service area.
Community Relations: Interfaces and establishes strong relationships with many constituencies at the local, state, and national level including the health and social service community, policymakers, community leadership, funders, and the public.
Communication: Serves as the primary spokesperson for the organization and effectively articulates the vision, mission, and outcomes.
Professional and Personal Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited University. A master’s degree in social work, human services management, business administration, or related degree preferred.
An affinity for the mission of supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities. Demonstrated program experience with persons with intellectual disabilities preferred.
A seasoned nonprofit executive, with a minimum of five years of progressively responsible management experience with prior operations and program development experience.
Demonstrated ability to think strategically and to make effective decisions in difficult and complex situations; open to receiving and integrating feedback.
Demonstrated leader of high personal and professional integrity, who is sensitive and committed to maintaining and enriching Watch Resources, Inc. mission, values, and culture.
Skilled people manager and team builder. Ability to foster strong collaborative teams and actively engage with staff. Will maintain Watch Resources Inc’s positive working environment.
Strong technical knowledge about the service system for people with intellectual disabilities in California, funding sources, and CARF accreditation.
Excellent people skills. Previous success in establishing relationships with the community including public funders, civic leaders, charitable agencies, fundraising sources, and donors. Ability to develop and maintain trusting relationships.
Ability to maintain and strengthen collaborative partnerships with affiliated organizations.
The ability to successfully adapt to a rapidly changing environment and circumstances. Change agent – effective leadership with the ability to “bring others along.” Can motivate and influence individuals and groups.
Strong advocacy skills. The ability to communicate and interact with officials at all levels of government. An understanding of the public delivery systems, issues, and regulations that affect vulnerable populations.
Possess a history of achieving goals, improving bottom line performance, and growing the organization; a history of successfully generating new revenue streams and improving financial results.
Strong organizational abilities, including planning, delegating, evaluating, and prioritizing opportunities for program development, task facilitation, without micromanaging key managers.
Solid budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision making and reporting. Ability to maintain and expand the financial strength of the organization.
Active fundraising experience, an understanding of nonprofit fundraising strategies and donor relations unique to the nonprofit sector. Watch Resources, Inc. uses the Benvon Model for sustainable fundraising.
Experience and skill in working with a Board of Directors.
Ability to successfully manage conflict and adversity.
The projected compensation range for this individual will be competitive and in accordance with the background and experience of the selected candidate.
Watch Resources, Inc. supports the principle and philosophy of equal opportunity for all individuals, regardless of age, race, gender, creed, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected categories.
The search for the Chief Executive Officer is being conducted by The Moran Company.
To apply for this position, submit a cover letter and resume to Ann Graff at The Moran Company. The resume should include all professional experience, dates of employment (month and year), position/title, and organization names. APPLY NOW
Milwaukee County Transit System
Milwaukee, WI, USA
FLSA Status: Exempt - Non-Represented
Reports to: Chief Operations Officer
Plans, directs, and coordinates transportation operations related to station supervision, street operations, and ensuring vehicles are safe and meet legal requirements in accordance with established standards and regulations.
Develops and implements strategic planning for each internal division within the department including Station Supervision, Street Operations, Training, Dispatch and administrative support staff.
Participates in problem solving, grievance resolution, contract negotiations and other related labor relations activities.
Implements policies, procedures and standards for the Transportation department.
Investigates incidents, complaints, and/or accidents for the purpose of resolving or recommending a resolution to the situation.
Handles all Transportation department related disciplinary suspensions, discharges and grievances.
Recommends hiring of staff, provides or coordinates staff training, works with employees to correct deficiencies, implements discipline procedures and recommends or approves employee terminations.
Meets with other departments within the organization and outside entities.
Reviews passenger complaints and commendations and all requests for information relative to the Transportation Department.
Works closely with the managers in Transportation and Maintenance to ensure the effective assigning, scheduling and dispatching of bus drivers and vehicles.
Prepares and administers the budget of the Transportation Department.
Ensures the provision of a high level of service to all passengers.
Performs other duties as required.
Bachelor's Degree in Logistics, Business Administration or related field required. Related experience may be considered in lieu of education requirement.
Seven (7) years of public transportation experience required in a related management role.
Experience supervising under a collective bargaining agreement preferred.
Experience in public transportation or similar government structure preferred.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of Transit Planning principles and bus schedule preparation.
Knowledge of Transportation industry trends and best practices.
Knowledge of budget principals.
Knowledge of service levels and operating costs.
Skilled in computer operations and spreadsheet, word processing, presentation and related software.
Ability to manage conflict and balance competing interests from multiple stakeholders.
Ability to develop and execute company strategies to attain outcomes for set goals.
Ability to manage others.
Ability to develop and maintain effective and appropriate working relationships.
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
Ability to work independently.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS:
Work is frequently conducted in an office or similar indoor environment relatively free from unpleasant environmental conditions or hazards. Incumbent may sometimes be in a street, warehouse, shop or operating station environment or exposed to hostile or irate individuals, moving mechanical parts and fumes or airborne particles.
Physical requirements are those described are those described as sedentary work exerting 10 pounds of force occasionally or a negligible amount of force frequently.
The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements.
Milwaukee County Transit System is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age; protected veteran status, status as a qualified individual with a disability or any other characteristic protected by law.