American Family Insurance
Madison, WI, United States
Job Description Summary
The Regulatory and Compliance Manager oversees the compliance process and related activities that affect the Life Company. Leads compliance efforts related to regulatory and legal research and mandates for all 50 states that impact products and/or operations. Develops guidelines and processes for internal quality assurance audits.
Establishes, communicates, and implements departmental plans, objectives, and strategies.
Participates as a member of the Management Team.
Maintains an active awareness of American Family's business environments, corporate culture, and structure to support key decision-making.
Manages direct reports, systems, and projects to achieve department/unit goals in accordance with Company policies and practices.
Prepares and analyzes department/unit plans and reports.
Provides leadership by exhibiting influence and expertise, thus affecting the results of the operating area.
Creates an effective work environment by developing a common vision, setting clear objectives, expecting teamwork, recognizing outstanding performance, and maintaining open communications.
Develops staff through coaching, providing performance feedback, providing effective performance assessments, and establishing performance & development plans.
City of Lakewood
Lakewood, CO, United States
The nationally recognized and accredited City of Lakewood Police Department is now accepting applications for the expected July 2018 Academy.Please Note: This position is for New Recruits and Lateral Police Agents. Applications will be accepted through the City's website until December 22, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. MST. No late entries will be permitted. Testing for the position is expected to begin at the end of January 2018.We are an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourage ethnic minorities and women to apply. The City of Lakewood offers excellent benefits.Please visit our new Police Recruiting website at http://joinlakewoodblue.com for more information about the Lakewood Police Department.To qualify as a Police Agent Recruit you must meet the following requirements:
Must be at least 21 years of age, and
Have obtained a Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from a nationally accredited university by July 1, 2018.
Other State requirements for Police Officers in Colorado, including Lakewood Police Lateral Agents include:
No felony convictions.
No convictions of misdemeanor crimes that would affect your ability to certify with the Colorado Police Officer Standards and Training (POST) Board. Visit the POST website at https://coloradopost.gov/node/556 for a list of misdemeanors that will preclude police officer certification. Generally, traffic violations do not fall under these restrictions; however, you must possess and maintain a valid Colorado driver's license by the date of hire.
To apply as a Lateral Police Officer, you must meet the above listed criteria and the following:
Possess an active Colorado Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certification or an active state equivalent,
not currently under Internal Affairs investigation for any reason,
a minimum of three (3) years of experience as a POST certified full-time law enforcement officer in a policing environment similar to that found in most urban and suburban setting.
The following types of experience are NOT regarded as "law enforcement" experience for the purpose of Lateral to the Lakewood Police Department:
Deputy/Officer employed in a jail/prison setting
"Full Service" employment in a university setting
A volunteer reserve police officer
A military police officer
A District Attorney investigator
Employment on a part-time basis; or
Time spent in a training academy.
Salary Information:$57,283.20 annually - Starting Pay when hired into Academy $61,152.00 annually - Increase effective upon successful completion of Police Academy and entry in to Field Training $65,249.60 annually - Increase effective upon successful completion of Field Training$69,638.40 annually - Increase after 2 years of hire and upon successful completion of Probationary Period$74,360 annually - Increase after 3 years from date of hire as Police Recruit. Lateral hire starting pay.$79,331.20 annually - Increase after 4 years from date of hire as Police Recruit.$85,363.20 annually - Increase after 5 years from date of hire as Police Recruit. (This is our top step for Police Agents, salary is studied annually and adjusted accordingly.)
TO APPLY PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE: JoinLakewoodBlue.com
SIU School of Medicine
Springfield, IL, United States
SIU School of Medicine is seeking an individual to assist in the coordination of research activities in the Center for Clinical Research (CCR). This position will provide support for clinical research and/or research development activities in the CCR and participate in research projects for other Departments, as appropriate. Minimum requirement is Bachelor’s Degree in an area relevant to the position. Candidates should possess a basic understanding of the policies and the guidelines that govern clinical research activities; strong interpersonal skills necessary to maintain cooperative working relationships; strong organizational and analytical skill.
Interested individuals should apply directly for the clinical research specialist position with a letter of interest accompanied by a resume at SIU’s Jobs website at http://www.siumed.edu/jobs/.
SIU School of Medicine is an AA/EEO employer.
The 360 Group
Baltimore, MD, United States
Founded in 1972, the Baltimore Community Foundation (BCF) engages the community to address its needs by connecting charitable resources to a wide variety of important issues facing Baltimore. As the community foundation for the region, BCF enjoys the support of donors, other foundations and corporate partners and uses a variety of tools – grants, working with donors through their advised funds, programmatic initiatives and advocacy – to achieve maximum impact on critical issues in Baltimore.
The Baltimore Community Foundation seeks a new President and CEO to provide dynamic and forward-thinking leadership to promote the fulfillment of BCF’s vision and mission, clearly articulating the role of BCF as a change agent in Baltimore. The new President and CEO will have a broad-based mix of experiences to promote philanthropy throughout the region, attract gifts to grow the size and impact of the Foundation, lead grantmaking and evaluation, and continue to advance the Foundation’s role in community leadership and advocacy on Baltimore’s behalf. From the grassroots to the treetops, all Baltimoreans are constituents of BCF, and the President and CEO will position the organization to listen to and lift the voices of a broad cross-section of residents, engaging them in developing solutions for the City and region.
The Baltimore Community Foundation has exclusively retained The 360 Group of San Francisco to assist with this search. Please visit http://the360group.us/BCF_CEO_PD.pdf to review the complete position description, including detailed application instructions. No calls, please. To be considered, The 360 Group must receive applications no later than 5:00pm Pacific time on Thursday, October 19th, 2017.