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Target Protection Specialist (4)
Target
Cedar Hill/Dallas/Houston/Plano, TX
Full time
Competitive pay. Flexible scheduling.
Description:
Target is one of the world’s most recognized brands and one of America’s leading retailers. As a Target Protection Specialist, you are responsible for the safety and physical security of your store team and guests by providing a presence on Target property. You will use guest service and intelligence led tactics to support a prevention culture. * High school diploma or equivalent. Must be at least 18 years of age or older. Welcoming and helpful attitude toward guests and other team members. Flexible work schedule (e.g., nights, weekends and holidays) and regular attendance necessary. Able to lift 40 lbs. * Target merchandise discount.
Qualifications:
High school diploma or equivalent. Must be at least 18 years of age or older. Welcoming and helpful attitude toward guests and other team members. Flexible work schedule (e.g., nights, weekends and holidays) and regular attendance necessary. Able to lift 40 lbs.
Sally North
Lead Executive Recruiter
Sally.North@Target.com
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U.S. Bank Opportunities in TX
A. Escrow Administration Controls & Resolution Manager
U.S. Bank
Irving, Texas
Full time
U.S. Bank’s Escrow Administration Controls and Resolution organization (Escrow Admin.) is seeking an exceptional and dynamic leader to help fulfill our mission of becoming central to the financial lives of our customers. This is an exciting opportunity for a strong leader looking to make a big impact in a growing organization.
The candidate will lead a team of individuals who play a critical role enabling the organization to build emotional connections that inspire trust and confidence with our customers. To accomplish this, the ideal candidate will need a diverse skill-set, enabling them to successfully lead the team in its core functions of: coordination of controls, responses and issue management within Escrow Admin., aggregation and analysis of data and trends, and effective communication and interaction with multiple stakeholders across U. S. Bank.
Additionally, the ideal candidate will be capable of maximizing their team’s contributions, hardworking, highly driven, have a strong work ethic where no task is too big or too small, and looking for opportunities to grow in their career.
Duties:
• Responsible for demonstrating strong leadership across the organization in line with our guiding principles of Customer Obsession, Agility and Simplification
• Responsible for leading the team to success through effective organizational design and management of organizational resources
• Responsible for people management of assigned business functions, including: leadership and staff development, staffing model management, scorecards, and various other staffing management routines
• Responsible for successful navigation of the U. S. Bank organization and building lasting partnerships with key business partners and stakeholders
• Responsible for the operational performance, financial performance and ‘first line of defense’ risk management of all assigned business functions
• Responsible for ownership of all related business processes and their controls, including, but not limited to: design, documentation, procedure development, reporting, and process/control performance
• Responsible for ownership and successfully dispositioning resolution plans for all ‘issues’ or initiative in assigned areas, including working with business partners across the organization to ensure buy in and agreement on all solution designs
• Coordinate Escrow Admin. engagement with business partners and stakeholders across U. S. Bank, including, but not limited to, Compliance, Risk, Internal Audit, Customer Advocacy, Change Management, as well as all testing groups and teams within CBSS Servicing
• Responsible for providing oversight of end to end ‘issue management’ within Escrow Admin. This includes: 1.) ensuring timely and accurate review and disposition of exceptions/issues raised from any and all sources, 2.) ensuring accurate Root Cause Analysis is completed on all defects, and 3.) ensuring appropriate documentation of all corrective Action Plan design resulting from the defect Root Cause Analysis. Ensure appropriate escalation and socialization of high risk issues
• Responsible for offering credible changes throughout the ‘issue management’ process
• Responsible for ensuring accurate data aggregation and tracking related to exception/issues, defects, root cause, and action plan status
• Responsible for conducting/securing data analysis and trending of any and all defect data to parse out useful meaning and opportunities for continuous improvement
• Responsible for being well versed in the most critical issues impacting the organization
• Responsible for effective and accurate written and verbal communication. All communication must be accurate, clear, forthright, concise and audience appropriate (e.g. appropriate level of detail)
• Work with appropriate parties within the team and across the organization to effectively communicate management and executive reporting, including, but not limited to, established routines, Monthly Business Reviews, and updates for senior executives in the organization
• Ensure all actions and responsibilities are completed on time and with outstanding quality
• Maintain a sense of urgency within the team
• Other duties as appropriate
Basic Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent work experience
- 10 or more years of experience in mortgage servicing or operations activities
- Five or more years of supervisory/management experience
Preferred Skills/Experience:
- MBA or similar graduate degree
- Familiarity with statistical analysis concepts
- Experience managing mortgage operational controls/compliance
- Experience within an Escrow Admin. organization
- Six Sigma concepts and accreditation
- Experience working collaboratively to exert influence across organizations and with vendors
- Experience working with vendors/outsourcing for large and complex aspects of business operations
- Proven and effective leader who can convey a vision and strategy as well as motivate their team to optimize performance
- Outstanding design and organizational skills
- Strong ability to analyze data, identify trends and develop insights
- Strong decision-making skills
- Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
- Proven ability to successfully get the work done
- Ability to effectively work independently
- Demonstrated responsibility progression/advancement
- Strong desire to lead in a continuous improvement environment
- Ability to manage multiple tasks/projects and deadlines simultaneously
- A driven individual who will constantly challenge themselves and team to better serve our customers
B. Loan Administrative Assistant
U.S. Bank
Austin, TX
Full time
POSITION MAY OFFICE AT EITHER AUSTIN WESTLAKE OR AUSTIN DOMAIN LOCATIONS
Performs various administrative and clerical services for loan officer by performing the following duties:
•  Ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers
•  Coordinates with loan officer to prepare loan reports, gather proper information, prepare documentation papers to be included in the loan package
•  Coordinates with customers to obtain all necessary information required to close/fund loans
•  Coordinates with customers the signing of documents, funding of loan, or any other assistance
•  Clears loan exceptions
•  Prior to changing, altering or releasing any account information, responsible for authenticating the customer’s identity and their authorization to act on behalf of the account as stated on the account’s signature card contract.
•  Performs other duties and special projects as assigned
•  3 to 5 years of experience working in the banking environment with 2 to 3 years of experience working with loan documentation
•  Pay Grade 8: 1-5 years’ experience
•  Pay Grade 9: 5+ experience with at expectation or above performance
•  Proficient typing and PC skills with word processing and spreadsheet applications
•  Knowledge of loan documentation
•  Customer service skills
Education:
•  High school graduate or equivalent required
•  College level business or related banking courses preferred
Requirements:
•  Ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers
•  Coordinates with loan officer to prepare loan reports, gather proper information, prepare documentation papers to be included in the loan package
•  Coordinates with customers to obtain all necessary information required to close/fund loans
•  Coordinates with customers the signing of documents, funding of loan, or any other assistance
•  Clears loan exceptions
•  Prior to changing, altering or releasing any account information, responsible for authenticating the customer’s identity and their authorization to act on behalf of the account as stated on the account’s signature card contract.
•  Performs other duties and special projects as assigned
Christina Saucedo
Recruiter
christina.saucedo@usbank.com
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Schlumberger Opportunities in TX
A. Welder
Schlumberger
Houston, TX
Full time
The Welder for our Bits & Drilling Tools product line technology center performs the welding and/or brazing jobs for the parts manufactured as per specifications. He/She ensures all welding / brazing jobs are completed according to the relevant Standard Work and conforms with the quality standards.
This position is based in Houston, TX and reports to the Production Manager.
Roles And Responsibilities:
• Perform welding and/or brazing jobs following the procedures in the relevant Standard Work.
• Ensure the welding machine and equipment is in perfect shape and under specifications.
• Ensure all welding and/or brazing jobs are finished to applicable quality standards.
• Perform all other duties and projects as assigned by Supervisor
• Comply with Company & Regulatory HSE, Quality and IT standards and policies
• Wear all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as required
Qualifications And Experience:
• Minimum High School Diploma or GED required.
• Training / apprenticeship certification on welding or brazing techniques preferred but not a requirement.
• Ability to read and understand technical drawings and work instructions.
• Basic computer skills.
• Effective communication skills.
• Eagerness to learn.
• Attention to detail, neat and organized.
• Ability to work in shifts and overtime (weekends included) as required. Flexible in working requirements as the needs of the business dictate.
• Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the US, without sponsorship.
B. CNC Machinist (Lathe & Mill)
Schlumberger
Houston, TX
Full time
The Machinist CNC possesses the skills and experience in all aspects of turning and milling to manufacture metallic components to specified standards on a CNC and/or Conventional Turn and/or Mill center. This position is based in Houston, TX and reports to the Production Manager.
Roles And Responsibilities:
• Operate a CNC/Conventional Turning and/or Milling center (vertical, horizontal or universal) in all aspects of Turning / Milling.
• Follow a structured method in manufacture of components.
• Read and work from engineering drawings and meet specified Quality Standards.
• Read and understand job programs / Readouts.
• Prove Unproven programs on Job Set-up, editing, offsetting, etc., as required (as applicable to CNC machining)
• Undertake operations including: screw cutting, tapping, groove cutting, slotting, drilling, reaming, eccentric turning etc., (as applicable to conventional machining).
• Fully utilizing equipment such as a jaw chuck, steady v-blocks, dividing head etc., in the performing of tasks. (As applicable to conventional machining).
• Fully Inspect own work using measuring equipment.
• Produce work of a high standard, including the deburring and etching operations in completion of work components.
• Work largely unsupervised and be highly self-motivated.
• Comply with all Schlumberger QHSE Policies and procedures.
• Operate overhead and pillar type cranes / lifting equipment.
• Wear all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as required
Qualifications And Experience:
• Minimum High School Diploma or GED required. Associates Degree in a related field, such as Manufacturing or Machining preferred but not required.
• Prior experience in a similar role, with proven ability to operate CNC or lathe machinery preferred.
• Ability to read and understand blueprints, technical drawings, and work instructions.
• Familiarity with manufacturing or machining processes would be a plus.
• Effective communication skills, eagerness to learn.
• Attention to detail, neat and organized.
• Ability to work in shifts and overtime (weekends included) as required. Flexible in working requirements as the needs of the business dictate.
• Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the US, without sponsorship.
C. Maintenance Technician – CNC
Schlumberger
Houston, TX
Full time
The CNC Maintenance Technician is a technician with the important role of maintaining our equipment. He/She is responsible for doing the maintenance, repairs, calibrations, and any remedial work of the CNC machinery and equipment.
This position is based in Houston, TX and reports to the Maintenance Manager.
Roles And Responsibilities:
• Ensures all assigned equipment is continually maintained at shop with highest standards, resulting in proper functionality and minimum failures.
• Performs Quality checks and modifications strictly as per procedure and according to the defined schedule.
• Use machine controllers (Fanuc, Siemens, Mazatrol, Heidenhain) to determine fault locations and diagnose failure root causes.
• Efficiently troubleshoots and repairs assigned equipment.
• Participates in Root Cause Analysis of failures.
• Makes recommendations to supervisors on requirements for spare parts, test equipment and tools necessary for efficient maintenance.
• Ensures his/her work areas are safe, clean and orderly at all times.
• Comply with all Schlumberger QHSE Policies and procedures.
• Operate overhead and pillar type cranes / lifting equipment.
• Wear all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as required
Qualifications And Experience:
• Minimum High School Diploma or GED required.Associates Degree in a related field, such as PLC, Manufacturing or Mechanics preferred but not required.
• Minimum 2+ years related work experience.
• Familiarity with Fanuc, Mazatrol, Siemens, and Heudenhain CNC controllers as well as other industrial control and automation equipment highly preferred.
• Knowledge of G Code and M Code programming highly preferred.
• Knowledge of typical alarms and how to remedy them preferred.
• Detailed knowledge of PLC control theory, ladder logic, and other advanced aspects of industrial automation and control preferred.
• Maintenance and troubleshooting knowledge of Okuma, Mazak, Toyota, DBG Mori and Doosan machines preferred.
• Ability to work without supervision. Self-directed and takes ownership of machine uptime and functionality.
• Ability to read and understand blueprints, technical drawings, and work instructions.
• Pursues everything with energy, drive and a need to finish.
• Effective communication skills, Eagerness to learn.
• Attention to detail, neat and organized.
• Ability to work in shifts and overtime (weekends included) as required. Flexible in working requirements as the needs of the business dictate.
• Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the US, without sponsorship.
Schlumberger is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor – priority referral Protected Veterans requested.
Nick B. Tran
Manager of Community and Veteran Affairs
dominique_tran@yahoo.com
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Operations Manager
Hilton Garden Inn Dallas/Addison
Addison, TX
Full time
At Hilton Garden Inn Dallas/Addison, we raise the bar on providing Texas sized hospitality to our guests. The hotel is located just minutes from the famous Galleria Mall and within walking distance to multiple restaurants. With 96 guest rooms and 1,195 sq feet of meeting space, the Operations Manager is responsible for assisting the General Manager in managing daily hotel operations in the hotel, continuing effort to deliver outstanding guest service and financial profitability.
Specifically, you would be responsible for performing the following tasks to the highest standards:
• Lead, direct and manage daily hotel operations including, but not limited to strategic planning, managing balanced scorecard performance, implementing and complying with all company policies and standards, responding to guests inquiries and resolving complaints.
• Oversee service quality, operational efficiency, guest satisfaction, standards compliance and service and financial measurements.
• Manage Front desk & Food & Beverage departments along with assisting the General Manager to oversee the Housekeeping & Maintenance departments. The Operations Manager will be responsible for weekly scheduling and updating payroll.
• Identify operational performance, productivity and efficiency gaps and implement measures to correct those deficiencies.
• Assisting the Director of Sales with miscellaneous tasks such as rooming lists, coordinating the set-up in the meeting spaces and executing guest requests.
• Implement and manage hotel daily quality process to include, but not limited to, communicating goals, empowering team members, managing service recovery techniques and problem resolution and measuring satisfaction.
• Monitor and develop team member performance, particularly department heads and managers, to include, but not limited to, providing supervision, providing professional development, scheduling, conducting counseling and evaluations and delivering recognition and rewards.
• Recruit, interview and train team members.
What will it be like to work for this Hilton Worldwide Brand?:
Hilton Garden Inn is the award-winning, upscale, yet affordable hotel brand that continually strives to ensure today’s busy travelers have everything they need to be most productive on the road, no matter the occasion. With complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access, to a comfortable lobby pavilion where guests can be alone, but not lonely, Hilton Garden Inn is the brand guests can count on to support them on their journey to success. Hilton Garden Inn is one of Hilton World wides ten market-leading brands. For more information visit www.hiltonworldwide.com. If you know how to offer an exceptional Guest experience and feel you can contribute to an award-winning team, you may be just the person we are looking for to work as a Team Member with Hilton Garden Inn.
Requirements:
Minimum of 2 years experience as a Manager or Supervisor in the hotel industry
REQUIRED:
•  Experience with the Hilton Brand and/or upscale hotel a plus.
•  Must be highly motivated, organized, self-directed, with strong initiative and desire for achievement.
•  Exceptional customer service skills required/ Positive attitude
•  Must possess strong computer skills.
•  Excellent communication and presentations skills required.
•  Must be a leader, a driver, and bottom line oriented.
Brian Armstrong
Manager, Military Recruitment
briankeitharmstrong@gmail.com
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CHC Helicopter Opportunities in TX
Reach Beyond!
CHC provides unmatched helicopter services that enable our customers to reach beyond – to work in remote and challenging destinations that limit others – and come home safely. We are dedicated to our purpose of getting our customers where they need to be, when they need to be there, anywhere in the world – safely and reliably.
Helicopter Pilot
CHC Helicopter
600 E. Las Colinas Blvd., Suite 1000, Irving, TX
Full time
CHC Helicopter Services is accepting Expressions of Interest, for experienced Pilots on the S76, EC145 or AW139 for operations in Middle East. There may be resident and touring opportunities available.
Responsibilities:
•  Respond to tasking calls and performs flights in compliance with SOP’s.
•  Maintain state of readiness of facilities and equipment.
•  Cooperative team players capable of dealing with changing deadlines and priorities.
•  Flexibility with changing requirements regarding work hours/days, location and travel.
•  Supportive of continual safety and quality improvement.
•  Maintains safety as the primary concern.
•  Management of flight crew members.
•  Employees must comply with and adhere to all company policies
•  May perform other duties as assigned.
•  International travel may be required.
Qualifications & Experience:
EDUCATION: Required
•  Current License with IR (EASA, TC, FAA, CASA)
•  NVIS (NVG) experience desirable
•  S76, EC145 or AW139 type rating
•  Current class 1 medical
•  HUET or BOSIET
EXPERIENCE:
Captain
•  3000 hours total flight time
•  2000 hours PIC rotary wing
•  1000 hours PIC Multi-Engine
•  200 hours must be at night
•  100 hours time on type minimum
•  ATP(H)
Co-Pilot
•  1500 hours total flight time for Co-Pilot
•  500 hours PIC rotary wing
•  500 hours PIC Multi-Engine
•  50 hours time on type minimum
•  ATP(H) or CPL(H)
All:
•  Previous experience as an EMS/SAR OR VVIP/VIP pilot
•  Previous experience in a Middle Eastern Country or similar theatre preferred
•  Experience with brown-out conditions preferred
•  Must have ability to travel internationally and at times with short notice
•  Must have current passport
•  Ability to qualify for Visa and Work Permits to work in country assigned.
•  Ability to obtain a U.S., Canadian, and/or UK/European entry Visa for training.
•  Ability to qualify for an FLV or other required licenses or certifications/validations.
•  Ability to work in a team in a rapidly evolving and dynamic environment.
•  Ability to work with National crews
•  Ability to work in countries with high security risks
•  Ability to work in culturally diverse locations while maintaining awareness of local laws and customs
•  Ability to work on a touring schedule
B. Helicopter AME
CHC Helicopter
600 E. Las Colinas Blvd., Suite 1000, Irving, TX
Full time
CHC Helicopter Services is accepting Expressions of Interest, for experienced AME’s on the S76, EC145 or AW139 for operations in Middle East. There may be resident and touring opportunities available.
Responsibilities:
•  Applying the correct maintenance data instructions, inspections, repairs and modifications while using the correct tools and equipment as well as handling defects and performing/recording maintenance activities
•  Control of critical tasks and the completion of duplicate inspections
•  Ensure operating and maintenance procedures comply with industry and internal regulations and quality standards
•  Interpret technical manuals, drawing and blueprints
•  Test repaired aircraft systems for proper performance, cleaning and lubricating equipment and other routine maintenance work
•  Troubleshoot issues and develop actions to rectify them
•  Record problems and actions taken
•  Maintain accurate statement of maintenance history of the aircraft
•  Mentor local national apprentices and assist with their on-the-job training
•  Maintain a positive working environment with emphasis on CHC core values
•  Employees must comply with and adhere to all company policies
•  May perform other duties as assigned.
•  International travel may be required.
Qualifications & Experience:
EDUCATION: Required
•  Current S76, EC145 or AW139 type rating from recognized authority
•  Must have proof of basic training showing syllabus and time spent on topic
•  AME course completion certificate
EXPERIENCE:
•  Emergency Medical Service (EMS) OR VVIP/VIP operations experience strongly preferred
•  Previous experience in a Middle Eastern Country or similar theatre preferred
•  Minimum 3 years hands on line experience on the S76, EC145 or AW139
•  Experience with brown-out conditions preferred
•  Must have ability to travel internationally and at times with short notice
•  Must have current passport
•  Ability to qualify for Visa and Work Permits to work in country assigned.
•  Ability to obtain a U.S., Canadian, and/or UK/European entry Visa for training.
•  Ability to qualify for an FLV or other required licenses or certifications/validations.
•  Ability to work in a team in a rapidly evolving and dynamic environment.
•  Ability to work with National crews
•  Ability to work in countries with high security risks
•  Ability to work in culturally diverse locations while maintaining awareness of local laws and customs
•  Ability to work on a touring schedule
•  Current EASA Schedule 1, FAA A&P or Transport Canada M2/E AME License or EASA Part 66 B1/B2 licensed engineer
•  Valid passport
•  Willingness to work in Saudi Arabia for extended periods of time
•  Cooperative team players capable of dealing with changing deadlines and priorities.
•  Proven ability to work unsupervised
•  Ability to work cooperatively in culturally diverse environments
Please apply ONLINE at www.chcheli.com to be considered for these positions.
CHC welcomes and encourages applications from all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin or disability. If required we are able to provide reasonable accommodations for persons with a disability throughout the selection process. We fully comply with all local, national and regional regulations governing employment practices. Alternate formats are available upon request to EmploymentEquity@chcheli.com.
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those who meet the qualifications will be contacted.
Alex McCullough
Talent Acquisition
alex.mccullough@chc.ca

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