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The world is connecting faster than ever before. Connect the unconnected by becoming a part of the Internet of Everything. The Cisco Sales Associates Program is looking for outgoing, early-in-career individuals who have a passion for technology and are motivated to succeed. A successful Associate Systems Engineer (ASE) will expand their networking knowledge and be trained to collaborate with Cisco sales professionals to provide technical solutions for our customers. Learn from top Cisco experts in a unique setting among your peers. The Cisco Sales Associates Program offers a global environment that provides 12 months of on-the-job training that will prepare you for a successful engineering career at Cisco. Gain hands-on education and experience with leading-edge technology, while receiving an attractive salary and accelerating your career aspirations. For the first three months of the program, you’ll undergo courses focusing on the latest technology advancements, including Cisco architectures, solutions, products, and competitors. Over the next nine months, you’ll advance into an engineering role with the Cisco Global Virtual Engineering Team, shadowing technology professionals while continuing certification studies and virtual learning. Global Virtual Engineering is a multilevel technical presales organization, which provides systems engineering services to customers, partners, and internal Cisco sales employees in a global virtual networked environment. Upon graduation from the program, you’ll be promoted into a Virtual Systems Engineering role within Cisco, where you can continue to grow your career.
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Datacard Group has re-designed and re-imagined card printing technology to deliver the breakthroughs you’ve been waiting for. • Patent pending tactile impression feature that makes cards more secure • Faster system throughput — up to 200 cards per hour single-sided — with less downtime • Cost-effective security and durability features, lower total cost of ownership • A unique patent pending card debow feature that ﬂattens cards after lamination Safeguard Your Enterprise with Advanced Security and Durability With constant threats to your enterprise, protecting your people, premises and critical assets requires next-level strategies and technology for your ID card program. The Datacard® SD460™ card printer with a standard laminator directly addresses your concerns by delivering exceptional security and more durable cards. This card printer empowers issuers with innovative yet affordable offerings, including high-performance overlays, a unique tactile impression and a card debow feature. • Innovation that matters. A tactile impression personalization feature enhances security by creating an impression on the card you can see and feel, making alteration attempts clearly visible. Choose from a set of standard designs or create a custom one speciﬁc to your organization, elevating security and your brand. Datacard® DuraShield™ clear and holographic overlays take security and durability to new levels by providing full edgeto-edge coverage that’s virtually impossible to remove intact and provides four times the durability of basic topcoats — at nearly the same price.
Example Letter of Support: February 1, 2006 Ms. Mary E. Wilfert NCAA CHOICES Program P.O. Box 6222 Indianapolis, Indiana 46206-6222 Dear Ms. Wilfert: It is my pleasure write a letter in support of the proposal (name) being submitted to the CHOICES Program by our (name dept) at Albion College. Something here about writer’s relationship/knowledge of situation and how project/program will impact it. In conclusion, I fully support the efforts of the (Dept) as they seek external funding to support a program designed to (whatever you are targeting). EX “Any programs that can help our students make better decisions about drinking and its consequences will benefit our students, campus, and the community at large.” In other words, you need a very concise and strong closing summary statement. Sincerely, (original signature “John Doe” here) John Doe Vice President for Student Affairs
We are very pleased to offer you a position as a Postdoctoral (appointment type) with the University of New Hampshire (UNH) in the department of __________________, effective _______. You will be responsible for _______. (See also attached list of general responsibilities for postdoctoral appointees.) Your appointment period will be from_______to________ with an initial salary of $_______. You will be paid on a bi-weekly basis and have the option for direct deposit. You will be eligible to participate in UNH's annual salary increase program based on your faculty mentor's recommendation, consistent with sponsor and University System of New Hampshire (USNH) salary increase guidelines and availability of funds. The terms and conditions of your employment will be governed by applicable University System and UNH policies. See www.usnh.edu/olpm/ This job offer and start date are contingent upon successful completion of the background check process. You will receive an email from the background check vendor, HireRight, with instructions to complete the background check process. Please respond to this request at your absolute earliest as the background check can take up to two weeks to process. This offer is also contingent upon your availability to be legally employed in the United States. The I-9 and W-4 forms must be completed prior to your first day of employment. Acceptable I-9 documentation must be presented to (Person, Department, Location) for verification.
Welcome to CICD! You have chosen to participate in CICD’s Work and Travel program without a pre-placed job. The following list of links to well-known job sites with currently open positions will provide you with hundreds, if not thousands of job opportunities from which to choose to apply, located in all 50 States. Please note that as your sending Agent in your home country and CICD have previously informed you, applying for and securing a job in the US without a pre-placed job is not a “guaranteed” prospect, and you should expect that it could take a significant amount of time to successfully get a job and start working. A few students may never land a job. Therefore, we want to reconfirm that you are quite sure of yourself, that you have enough energy, language and job-hunting skills to succeed, and that you have enough money to live in the U.S. while you are seeking employment. If you experience any problems while looking for jobs, please contact CICD at any time. Applying for jobs and personally approaching potential employers is often a difficult, if not frustrating experience. Because the amount and type of available jobs usually change on a daily basis you will most likely find that when you call or email to apply for a job, that someone else may already have filled that job. If that is the case, do not give up. Try another employer. Keep trying until you succeed!
RESPONSIBILITIES Safety Services Assist departments in developing and maintaining a forklift safety program. Directors/Supervisors Permit only trained operators to operate a forklift. Training is discussed below. Maintain a Master Log of Qualified Forklift Operators who are trained, qualified and have authorization to operate forklifts. Use the form on page S35.05.8. Ensure forklift operations are performed in accordance with the district training. Employees Do not operate a forklift unless you have completed the district training program, and are qualified and authorized to do so by your department supervisor. Operate a forklift safely and in accordance with the district training program. TRAINING The warehouse supervisor will manage the district forklift training program. Training will consist of the "Forklift Safety" training program developed and produced by Comprehensive Loss Management, Inc. (CLMI). Key components of the program are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. A training guide; A training video; An employee manual; This written program in the Safety & Transportation Manual; Forklift Operator's Daily Checklist (see page S35.05.5 & .6); Forklift Maintenance Log (see page S35.05.7); Master Log of Qualified Forklift Operator's (see page 35.05.8); Forklift Operator's Written Learning Exercise (see page S35.05.9); and Forklift Operator's Performance Skills Evaluation (see page S35.05.10).
This program is designed to meet the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.178, regarding protection from hazards of using forklifts, tractors, platform lift trucks, motorized hand trucks, and other specialized industrial trucks powered by electric motors or internal combustion engines. RESPONSIBILITIES Department Head Responsibilities 1. Maintain files of all required training documentation and certification as maybe required by Berea College or any other Federal or state agencies. 2. Maintain a safe and healthy work environment that is free of hazard for all departmental employees and student laborers. Employee Responsibilities 1. Employees are responsible for attending all scheduled departmental training sessions and those provided by other agencies. 2. Employees are responsible for adhering to safety policies and procedures of their department and safe work policies and procedures of Berea College. 3. Employees are responsible for taking proper safety precautions as outlined within this policy. 4. Employees are responsible for wearing proper protective equipment as specified and/or specified by their supervisor, department policy, and/or the Campus Policy. 5. Employees are responsible for reading all warning labels and following warnings and instructions. Trainers - will prepare, audit and revise this program as necessary; will also communicate to personnel responsible for operating the forklifts the procedures for operating and maintaining the forklifts within the College Supervisors - will ensure compliance with this program by all personnel responsible for operating forklifts through monitoring performance and having regular, systematic inspections of the forklifts All Operators - will operate and maintain forklifts in a safe manner Berea College Workplace Programs: Rev 2009