Executive Ethics Commission
Springfield, IL, USA
The Executive Ethics Commission (EEC) of the State of Illinois seeks applicants for the position of Procurement Compliance Monitor (PCM).
The EEC is a nine-member commission. Five commissioners are appointed by the Governor, and one commissioner each is appointed by the Attorney General, Secretary of State, Comptroller, and Treasurer. The Commission promotes ethics in public service and ensures that the State's business is conducted with efficiency, transparency, fairness, and integrity by facilitating compliance, implementation, and enforcement of the State Officials and Employees Ethics Act. The Commission is also responsible for appointing the Chief Procurement Officers (CPO).
The Procurement Compliance Monitor (PCM) oversees and reviews procurement processes for the purpose of helping ensure that procurement activities, procedures, and processes are devoid of improper influence. This unique role is a part of the Procurement Compliance Monitor staff, and supports the mission of the Chief Procurement Officers (CPOs) by monitoring general and specific procurement activities under the jurisdiction of the CPOs. The PCM engages with diverse procurement staff representatives throughout state government to find solutions and innovations that improve the State’s procurement processes.
Responsibilities of the Procurement Compliance Monitor include:
Reviews procurements, contracts and contract amendments, and related activities. These reviews may involve review of documents, participation in meetings, attendance at vendor conferences, market research, or other activities. Reviews may occur before, during or after contract execution, and may be initiated by the PCM, or as directed by the CPO or the Commission. Reviews may be time-sensitive and frequently require written and/or oral communications with one or more stakeholders, including the State Purchasing Officer (SPO) and agency staff, CPO or
Reviews and monitors procurement-related policies, practices, procedures, and publications. Identifies risks or inefficiencies, makes recommendations for improvement, and works with stakeholders as appropriate to implement best practices where
Identifies possible abuse, misconduct, waste, inefficiency or procurements not in the best interest of the State, or areas that may provide the potential for such activity. Any instance of possible fraud, waste, or an activity that appears to deliberately and knowingly violate a law or rule, or efforts to compromise a monitor's ability to exercise a duty, will immediately be brought to the attention of the appropriate parties based on the individual
Communicates with various individuals as appropriate in exercising duties, including but not limited to the executive officer of a State agency, CPO or SPO, other PCMs, various levels of staff within a State agency, auditors, vendors,
Documents procurement monitoring activities and findings, including compiling and providing statistical reports as requested by the CPO or the
Reviews the procurement records and procurement record keeping rules, policies and practices to ensure the State agency is maintaining appropriate records throughout the procurement
Verifies roles and responsibilities of agency procurement staff, including documentation of and compliance with delegated
Performs critical evaluation of choice of procurement method, development of specifications, evaluation criteria and application, and of the determinations by transaction
Provides information concerning implementation and administration of the Illinois Procurement Code. Assists with, in conjunction with the CPO or SPO, implementation of new or modified laws, rules or policies and may conduct training of State agency personnel regarding
Reviews vendor applications for registration in the Illinois Procurement Gateway. Validates information submitted by vendors and compares to acceptable standards. Identifies deficiencies and communicates these to
To become a part of this energetic and exceptional organization the Procurement Compliance Monitor must possess the following qualifications and skills:
Requires a Bachelor level degree from accredited college or university, preferably with courses in procurement, public administration, political science, pre-law, law, or other disciplines related to the work of the Procurement Compliance Monitor. Equivalent degree or education plus relevant professional experience may be
Requires evidence of excellent written and verbal communication, and human relations/interpersonal skills.
Must possess good professional judgment and good analytical
Must be able to exercise initiative and resourcefulness in meeting
Must be able to identify complex problems and review related information to develop and evaluate options and implement
Must be able to appropriately tailor delivery of information to intended audience including large groups or in a one-on-one
Must possess or be prepared to develop expertise in state procurement
Prefer experience in public administration, preferably with state government in general, and procurement processes specifically.
A working knowledge of the functions of state government and of the character of relationships within the executive branch, between the executive branch and the other branches, and between the executive branch and other state
The Procurement Compliance Monitor works in a collaborative environment. Successful members of this team are self-motivated, observant, and positive. This position will interact with state employees via email, telephone, and in person. The work location is an office setting, requiring business casual or business dress attire.
Address: 401 South Spring Street, William Stratton Building, Springfield, Illinois 62706
Work hours: This is a full-time position with a work week consisting of 37 ½ hours per week during normal business hours.
Benefits: This position is eligible to be a member of the State of Illinois Group Insurance program which offers health, dental, vision, and life insurance coverage options. Additionally, this position will earn 12 paid sick days per calendar year, a minimum of 10 paid vacation days per calendar year, 3 paid personal days per calendar year, and 12 paid state holidays per calendar year, prorated based on start date.
This is a non-code position. This position is not subject to collective bargaining and does not require a current grade from Central Management Services.
NOTE: Salary amounts shown are only to be used as a guide; actual salary will be determined at the time of hire.
Agency Contact: Executive Ethics Commission Human Resources Office
401 South Spring Street, William Stratton Building, Room 515 Springfield, Illinois 62706
How to Apply
Applicants should send the following to the address above by 4:30pm on Friday, April 12, 2019 :
A cover letter identifying the title of the position for which you are applying, explaining how your training, experience, and/or coursework qualify you for this position, and identifying how you learned of this position, and
Applicants may also submit required information via email to Christine.Lazarides@illinois.gov.
The Executive Ethics Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Illinois Human Rights Act, State agencies must ensure that the employment process is accessible to persons with disabilities. Specifically, these laws require that the State provide reasonable accommodations upon request by individuals participating in all steps of the employment process. Please contact the Human Resources Office with requests for reasonable accommodations.
The Equal Employment Opportunity / American with Disabilities Act Officer is responsible for ensuring compliance with these laws. Any issues or concerns should be addressed to the EEO/ADA Officer at 401 S. Spring St, Room 515, Springfield, Illinois, 62706, or by calling (217) 558-
Huntsville, AL, USA 35806
PeopleTec is currently seeking a Lead Systems Engineer to support our Fixed Wing Avionics efforts in Huntsville, AL.
This position is to provide engineering support to the Fixed Wing Project Office (FWPO) implementing a reconfigurable Avionics System Integration Laboratory (ASIL). Candidate will lead the development, integration, and testing of hardware and software for evaluation and certification of modifications to commercial and military tactical avionics for Special Electronic Mission Aircraft (SEMA). In a team environment, the candidate will support the integration of commercial and tactical military avionics hardware, test equipment, and software mission equipment components into existing aircraft configurations and future upgrades. Candidate will also represent FWPO with contracted companies pertaining to software and hardware development efforts.
Able to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret Security Clearance.
Desired experience in systems engineering, integration, and testing experience with software, hardware (commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) and tactical), and telecommunications, and COMSEC equipment in a laboratory environment is required.
Experience developing software GUI's. Technical program management of vendors on contract.
Experience testing GPS satellite antennas. Experience writing technical requirements and proposals in response to RFPs is required.
Experience writing test procedures and test analysis result documentation is required.
Experience presenting technical demonstrations and technical briefings to senior officers is required. Technical writing. ARINC-429, and MIL-STD-1553B bus design and analysis.
Experience integrating commercial flight management systems including Universal Avionics UNS-1 and Collins Aerospace (formerly Rockwell Collins) Proline-21 or Fusion.
Ability to act as subject matter expert supporting FWPO's future Army M-code embedded GPS Inertial (EGI) development effort. Experience working with SPIRENT GPS constellation emulators.
Experience with BFT equipment and software. Experience with LINK-16 equipment and software. Experience with FlightLab, 6-DOF, DDS, LabView.
Experience with Honeywell H764-G, SOA H764-GU, or EAGLE EGIs. Experience with Trimble TA-24 GPS. Experience with APX-119 transponder.
Experience with ARC-231 and ARC-210 radios. ARINC-429 and 1553B bus monitoring tools including Alta-DT and DDC.
The candidate will work in laboratory team environment as a software/hardware system integration engineer testing and troubleshooting avionics and commercial and tactical telecommunications equipment. Duties include, but are not limited to, the following: Build SEMA ASIL representative cockpits based on FWPO needs while integrating COTS technology with tactical hardware and software allowing for signal level monitoring
Conduct and document ad hoc FWPO testing requirements and results
Design and testing of new software graphical user interfaces (GUI's) GPS Magna-F satellite antenna testing
Become a subject matter expert for FW ASIL platforms and configurations in support of technical interchange meetings with FW project office
Develop technical data packages, preliminary Kit wiring, and test procedures and processes for SEMA aircraft
Review technical documentation on FW ASIL equipment
Coordinate and facilitate stakeholder interaction and feedback during system development, integration, and test
Write hardware and software requirements for an integrated ASIL environment for SEMA aircraft
Create Bill of Materials (BOM) for needed platform hardware and software requirements and maintain lab inventory via a common database
Create component and system architectures from aircraft ICDs, diagrams, and drawings for ASIL integration and configuration management
Install and troubleshoot aircraft avionics in a SIL environment
Create and track test/support requests for the FW ASIL
Work with aircraft test sets for troubleshooting and certifications
Support pre and post integration analysis for systems integration
Produce post-test analysis reports as required
Work with hardware and software vendors and suppliers to acquire needed materials and licenses to produce a common operating environment for all ASIL platforms
Work with other labs to solve FW aircraft issues as well as perform specialty testing
Create and track schedules and milestones for product delivery and testing
Develop strategies to engage with industry in demonstrations to prove open architecture principles
Support Program Manager authoring proposals in response to FWPO and PM AME Request for Proposals (RFPs)
Prepare and present technical demonstrations in laboratory or other venues
Draft and present PowerPoint technical briefings
Support cybersecurity and Risk Management Framework (RMF) technical security analysis of SEMA aircraft architectures
Must be a U.S. Citizen
Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering; Desired Majors include Aerospace, Electrical, or Telecommunications and Computers
Desired Skills :
Master of Science Degree in Engineering field
PeopleTec, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and provides reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in its job application procedures. If you have any difficulty using our online system and you need an accommodation due to a disability, you may use the following email address, HR@peopletec.com and/or phone number (256.319.3800) to contact us about your interest in employment with PeopleTec, Inc.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, citizenship, ancestry, marital status, protected veteran status, disability status or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law. PeopleTec, Inc. participates in E-Verify.
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://www.applicantpro.com/j/1035127-145621
Amarillo, TX, USA
Cumulus Media | Amarillo is searching for an Assistant Chief Engineer . The Assistant Chief Engineer assists the Chief Engineer in installation, maintenance and repair of studio, transmitter and ancillary equipment in order to maintain competitive signals in the market while complying with all FCC technical requirements. Includes responsibility for telecommunications, computer and networking systems.
Who We Are:
Cumulus | Amarillo currently features 6 stations in the Amarillo area and surrounding counties. Our stations include: KQIZ-FM, KZRK-FM, KARX FM, KPUR-FM/AM, KNSH-AM. The cluster of 6 stations reaches thousands of listeners on a daily basis.
Assists in maintaining station operation through preventative and corrective maintenance
Follows routine maintenance procedures and schedules for all broadcast equipment
Installation and maintenance of control consoles, audio routers, recording equipment, microphones, digital audio systems, transmitters, antennas, control systems, remote equipment, etc.
Works with programming/promotion departments to coordinate and maintain remote broadcasts as needed
Responsibilities include compliance with FCC rules and regulations
Travel to other markets or towers and stations may be required
24/7 on call
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Interact with management and staff at all levels and ability to multi-task and handle pressures and deadlines
Problem-solving ability and skill in prioritizing
Experience with cluster-wide audio routing, digital audio delivery, EAS, Studio Telephone, engineering IT and back office systems
Computer literacy in applicable software packages (Microsoft OS and Office Suite, Automation Systems, Novel, Linux, etc.)
Ability to work independently to troubleshoot/repair high-power AM and FM transmitting facilities
Advanced IT skills including local area and wide area networking
Knowledge of electrical systems, UPS, and standby generators and record keeping
Knowledge of telephone systems and protocols including POTS, ISDN, T1, DSL and PRI circuits
May be required to lift 50 pounds
Ability to climb stairs and ladders is required
Minimum 3+ years in broadcast engineer or related field preferred
Education and Licensing:
Associates or technical degree in Electrical Engineering Technology or related field or equivalent level of experience
SBE CBT and/or CBNT Certification a plus
Must possess valid state driver’s license and provide required proof of personal vehicle insurance
What we offer:
Focused, responsible and collaborative work environment with the ability, to ask “what if” and try innovative solutions
Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance coverage
401K with company match to plan for the long-term
Paid Vacation & Holidays
For immediate consideration, please visit www.cumulus.com/work-here/
For more information about Cumulus Media, Inc., visit our website at: https://www.cumulus.com
Cumulus Media, Inc. is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).
2400 Moorpark Avenue, San Jose, CA, USA
AACI is seeking a full time, Bilingual Family Partner for its Family and Children Services Program.
The Bilingual Family Support Partner provides peer support to parent/family members of youth enrolled in AACI’s Family and Children programs. The Family Partner must have personal experience raising a child who has received either mental health services or human services. The family partner helps families to get the most out of services using their own personal and professional life experience to provide support to parents and caregivers as appropriate.
The Family Partner position requires a High School Diploma/GED, bilingual/biliterate competence in Spanish/English or Vietnamese/English. Additional qualifications include:
Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule and able to work evenings and weekends.
Valid CA Driver’s License, vehicle for agency travel and current automobile insurance.
Parent or caregiver of a child who has received mental health or human services within the past 3 years.
Knowledge of Juvenile Probation Department, Santa Clara County Department of Family and Children Services, Family Advocate and other involved agencies.
AACI is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.