Specialist work – Monge Grafico http://mongegrafico.com/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 02:53:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mongegrafico.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-150x150.jpg Specialist work – Monge Grafico http://mongegrafico.com/ 32 32 Fairfax council race features 5 candidates for 2 seats – Marin Independent Journal https://mongegrafico.com/fairfax-council-race-features-5-candidates-for-2-seats-marin-independent-journal/ Fri, 30 Sep 2022 23:41:04 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/fairfax-council-race-features-5-candidates-for-2-seats-marin-independent-journal/ Fairfax City Council candidate Holly Baade. (Sherry LaVars/Marin Independent Journal) Fairfax City Council candidate Lisel Blash in San Rafael, Calif., on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022. (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) Fairfax City Council candidate Stephanie Hellman in 2019. (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) Fairfax City Council candidate Lynnette Shaw, in San Rafael, Calif., on Tuesday, Sept. 20, […]]]>

An incumbent and four other candidates are vying for two available seats on the Fairfax City Council in the Nov. 8 election.

Council member Renee Goddard has announced that she will not be standing again after nearly 10 years on the council. That leaves Mayor Stephanie Hellman, 51, as the only incumbent to defend her position.

The other candidates are Cindy Swift, 69, planning commissioner and retired information technology specialist with the US Army Corps of Engineers; Lisel Blash, 60, a research analyst and housing specialist who sits on the city’s affordable housing committee; Lynnette Shaw, 68, founder of Marin Alliance Cannabis Buyers Club, formerly Marin Alliance for Medical Marijuana; and Holly Baade, 50, director of Mettacine, a company that offers health products and retreats.

Hellman, who was elected in 2019, said she grew up in Marin, raised her three children in the county and had a “deep love and affinity” for Fairfax.

Hellman said she wants to create policies and programs that are fair, equitable, and lead the city toward carbon neutrality. She wants to work to protect the environment and the safety of the community.

“Time and time again, I’ve proven that I listen, act and respond to the needs of the community,” Hellman said.

For example, she said, she helped mobilize a coronavirus task force in response to the pandemic; promoted the work of the Climate Action Committee; joined in an effort to fund and build a community skate park; and worked to pass tenant protections.

Swift said she was born in Oakland and raised in San Francisco in a working-class family. She moved to Fairfax in the 1970s.

“My priorities for Fairfax are public safety and improving our disaster preparedness, which includes improving our infrastructure,” Swift said.

Preserving open spaces and the environment, affordable housing, improving business vitality and community engagement are other priorities, Swift said. She added that she had taken the initiative to establish a starry sky lighting standard for new developments in the city.

Blash said the city faces a confluence of climate change challenges, including the risk of flooding and wildfire. She is interested in addressing the affordable housing shortage, improving citizen engagement, and improving sustainability and equity initiatives.

“The reason I’m running is because I really want to be part of a team focused on positive solutions to the challenges facing the city,” Blash said.

Shaw, who started the nation’s first legal medical marijuana dispensary in 1996, said she wanted to bring her experience fighting the federal government to the city council.

“I’m used to standing up to big government and winning with the right lawyers and the right information,” Shaw said.

Shaw moved to Fairfax in 1984 and has experience in professional security and firefighting. She said public safety, including wildfire preparedness and evacuation planning, are primary concerns.

“I think we need to reinstate volunteer firefighters and start teaching people how to fight fires, what to do for fire safety and what to do in an emergency,” Shaw said. “I think everyone over the age of 12 should know how to handle a fire extinguisher.”

Baade, a former journalist, was a candidate in the recall election against Governor Gavin Newsom. Her company’s website presents her as a “high-vibration global lifestyle” company that offers retreats to study “the sacred arts of warriorship and wisdom – with an emphasis on shamanic recovery from soul”. Baade said she wanted to bring that kind of energy to the table.

“I think it’s important to not only bring a loving presence and a spirit of collaboration to Fairfax as an active citizen, but also to help educate members of my community,” Baade said.

She added that top-down proposals and policy changes funded by major global sources “are impacting and truly threatening liberty and private property rights and the fundamental sense of unity at Fairfax.”

Baade said she is operating on a seven-step platform to strengthen Fairfax, including real-time tracking and reporting of city resources; regain local autonomy and end the use of corporate lawyers and consultants; find common ground on issues that cause polarity; and promote community through musical events, street markets and town gatherings.

With respect to housing, the state has mandated this Fairfax plan for the development of 490 new residences in the 2023-2031 planning cycle.

Baade said she was “completely against” the housing numbers and that was what inspired her to run.

Shaw said she believed the city had the right to challenge the warrant because of the extreme fire danger, difficulty with evacuation and lack of accessibility for emergency vehicles.

Swift and Blash said the city needs to focus on infill development and ensure new market-priced multi-family housing incorporates affordable residences.

Hellman said the city’s Housing Element Project, the planning document that outlines housing strategies, will provide the master plan for approximately 62% of homes required to be affordable.

“I support an inclusion order to support equity and inclusion and affordable housing,” she said.

The Marin Town and Country Club, a 25.2-acre strip of land identified as a potential site for development, was put on the market over the summer for $68 million. However, when the station closed, Fairfax voters approved a measure designating the site as commercial recreation, essentially preventing housing development.

Baade said she would be interested in a project where local landlords, local developers and city officials work together to build a mixed-use community there.

Hellman, Swift, Shaw and Blash said they would be open to discussing housing opportunities there, including tiny houses.

Holly Baade

Age: 50 years old
Occupation: Business owner
Education: Masters in Public Administration from the University of Southern California; bachelor’s degrees in government and journalism from Sacramento State University
Experience: Candidate for the gubernatorial recall election; consultant for the State Department of Transportation, California Department of Pesticide Regulation, State Department of Health and Human Services, California Highway Patrol, and Sacramento State University.

Lisel Blash

Age: 60 years old
Profession: Research analyst and housing specialist
Education: Bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Santa Cruz; master’s degree from Minnesota State University, Mankato; Masters in Public Administration from San Francisco State University
Experience: Fairfax Affordable Housing Committee; Fairfax Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee; Fairfax Racial Equity and Social Justice Committee; Golden Gate Transit Bus Passenger Advisory Committee; Le Marin Organizing Committee; former member of the Affordable Housing Subcommittee of Showing Up for Racial Justice; Sustainable Fairfax Board; Transportation Authority of Marin Spending Plan Advisory Committee.

Stephanie Hellman

Age: 51
Occupation: Holder
Education: BA in History, University of California, San Diego; graduate, Consumer Banking Association Executive Banking School
Experience: City Council; Ross Valley Fire Department Board; Fairfax Climate Action Committee

Lynnette Shaw

Age: 68
Occupation: Small business owner
Education: Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts from Marin College
Experience: Marin County Drug and Alcohol Advisory Council; Marin County AIDS Commission; Marin County Board of Mental Health; developed Proposition 215 and led a statewide campaign in 1996; developed the first license to legally sell cannabis with Fairfax in 1997

Cindy Swift

Age: 69
Occupation: Retired IT specialist
Education: California Polytechnic State University, Humboldt; Sonoma State University
Experience: Planning Commission; Community Emergency Response Team Coordinator; Measure F Monitoring Committee; Cascade Canyon Firewise Steering Committee; Council of Friends of the Fairfax Library; Friends of the Marin County Free Library Board; former member of the Marin County Library Commission; former member of the Fairfax Parks and Recreation Commission

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Two members of the Student Success Team selected as Campus Employee of the Year https://mongegrafico.com/two-members-of-the-student-success-team-selected-as-campus-employee-of-the-year/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 05:06:47 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/two-members-of-the-student-success-team-selected-as-campus-employee-of-the-year/ Photo submitted Carolyn Shoemaker and Vince Capps Carolyn Shoemaker, Project/Program Specialist, and Vince Capps, IT Support Specialist, both employees of the Office of Graduation and Retention within the Office of Student Success, were named Employees of the Year 2021-22 by the Staff Senate. Employee of the Year nominations are generated by Employee […]]]>




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Carolyn Shoemaker and Vince Capps

Carolyn Shoemaker, Project/Program Specialist, and Vince Capps, IT Support Specialist, both employees of the Office of Graduation and Retention within the Office of Student Success, were named Employees of the Year 2021-22 by the Staff Senate.

Employee of the Year nominations are generated by Employee of the Quarter winners, with both employees winning Employee of the Quarter during the second quarter of the awards cycle.

Both employees will be honored at a staff celebration event in the fall and invited to attend the University of Alberta employee banquet in October. Additionally, the two will receive a certificate and monetary award for their selection and will be featured in the Arkansas union’s Employee of the Year display later this year.

Shoemaker is the recipient of the Employee of the Year award in Category I: Professional/Non-Faculty-Administrative. As Building Coordinator and Office Administrator, Shoemaker is instrumental in the construction operations of the Cordia Harrington Center of Excellence and in the administrative management of offices within the Office of Student Success, including Graduation and Retention, University Perspectives and the Center for Learning and Student Success.

In her letter of appointment, Shoemaker was described as “the backbone of the Student Success Center”, someone who expertly wears many hats on a daily basis and a beloved staff member of past and current students who regularly visit. the center to seek its support and guidance.

Shoemaker has worked on campus since December 2010. Prior to her employment with the Office of Student Success, she held positions in the Advancement Division and the Student Affairs Division. She is also a college alumnus, with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture, and proud mother of a current U of A student.

“I came back to college because I love being on campus,” Shoemaker said. “Even when I didn’t have a student here, I loved the university lifestyle and the interaction with the students. It’s encouraging to see the enthusiasm of the students and their new ideas and approaches to today’s problems. ‘ today. And as a lifelong Razorback fan, being on campus also keeps me close to Razorback sports.”

Vince Capps is Employee of the Year for Category III: Technical/Paraprofessional. As IT Support Specialist for the Office of Student Success, Capps oversees technology systems within the Cordia Harrington Center of Excellence, evaluates solutions compatible with campus-wide technology goals, administers servers, provides staff training and more. He oversees a team of three student workers who service technology needs throughout the building.

In his nomination letter, Capps was applauded for the energy and enthusiasm he brings to day-to-day tasks. He has been described as one of the most genuine staff members of the Student Success Center team and passionate about improving IT for student success in a way that benefits staff and students. students.

Capps has been employed on campus since 2015, first as an IT Support Specialist for the Graduate School and International Education, then bringing his expertise and passion for technical support to the Office of Student Success in October. 2021. He was instrumental in the successful opening of the Cordia Harrington Center of Excellence in spring 2022.

Cassandra Nelson, one of the student employees reporting to Capps, said, “Working in IT at the Student Success Center has been a great learning experience for me, not only transitioning into a professional environment from school, but also in my ability to solve problems and work in a team. Vince has created a work environment that encourages learning and collaboration in everything we do. His passion for what he does, along with his compassion for those around him, makes Vince one of – if not the – kindest and most effective people I’ve ever worked with.”

Both Shoemaker and Capps were instrumental in the successful opening of the Cordia Harrington Center of Excellence and in ensuring that the building and technology continued to operate at peak performance so that colleagues and students using the space and its services can achieve their professional, academic and personal goals.

“I believe working with good people is important because it makes the work environment more enjoyable for everyone,” said Danielle Dunn, Director of Operations and Early Action and Supervisor of Shoemaker and Capps. “It also has a positive impact on our students who come to a place with a sense of respect and confidence in their work. The Student Success Center is an outstanding place that does great work in large part due to the efforts of Carolyn and Vince. Happiness at work is being able to work with great people, and I’m lucky to have two of the best people working with us at the Student Success Center.”

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THREE60 agrees to acquire an Orkney-based company in the wind market https://mongegrafico.com/three60-agrees-to-acquire-an-orkney-based-company-in-the-wind-market/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 06:00:43 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/three60-agrees-to-acquire-an-orkney-based-company-in-the-wind-market/ Aberdeen-based THREE60 Energy has strengthened its presence in the wind market with the acquisition of an Orkney-based maintenance and services specialist. Bryan J Rendall’s Electrical (BJRE), founded by Mr Rendall in 1994, works in the Orkney Islands and the Scottish mainland. Today, with over 20 years of experience, the business started as something to keep […]]]>

Aberdeen-based THREE60 Energy has strengthened its presence in the wind market with the acquisition of an Orkney-based maintenance and services specialist.

Bryan J Rendall’s Electrical (BJRE), founded by Mr Rendall in 1994, works in the Orkney Islands and the Scottish mainland.

Today, with over 20 years of experience, the business started as something to keep Mr Rendall ‘entertained’ when he was at home between work stints overseas.

Aberdeen-based THREE60 Energy is expanding its wind energy investments with the acquisition of an Orkney-based operations and maintenance specialist.

Bryan J Rendall Electrical’s Orkney office will remain operational under THREE60 Energy, while all Bryan J Rendall staff will also transfer to the energy services company.

The acquisition brings nine new people to THREE60 Energy’s wind energy workforce.

This brings the number of people working directly in wind power at THREE60 to more than 50 and the company aims to double that number over the next two years.

The renewable energy company is proud to retain 90% of its customers, with 75% of its revenue generated by renewable energy projects in wind, wave and tidal.

Bryan J Rendall was involved in the creation of the world’s first tidal generated hydrogen created on Orkney, in September 2017.

Bryan J Rendall

Mr Rendall told Energy Voice: “It happened in the 1990s, I was working offshore at the time and I started doing it during my three weeks ashore and it was something what I was doing for fun during those three weeks.

“It grew out of all proportion to the point that I stopped working overseas in 1998 and focused on it full time and we have continued to grow organically ever since.”

Mr Randall first spoke to THREE60 in March and, according to him, “everything is looking very positive”.

He continued: “We are seeing an ever-increasing workload and there are more and more people seeking our services and there is a limit to what we can achieve on our own and with a company like THREE60. to help us, we look forward to growth and expanding markets.

“We work extensively in mainland Scotland, Aberdeenshire, the Highlands and the Western Isles and we look forward to seeing some of the benefits of THREE60’s expertise.”

Mr. Randall reassured his customers, “We want all of our existing customers to receive the same high level of service to which they are accustomed.”

About Acquisition

Group Managing Director at THREE60 Energy, Walter Thain, said: “The breadth of knowledge and expertise that has been developed within the BJRE team is truly impressive. We are confident that the company’s integration into the THREE60 Energy team will be seamless and will further our common goal of growing and delivering better energy together.

“We are proud to continue to integrate renewable energy into our strategic growth plans. Our recent “granted” status to Fit 4 Offshore Renewables is a testament to our team’s dedication to providing renewable and sustainable energy resources, in this time of heightened need for energy security.

“The capability and technical expertise that this onshore wind operations and maintenance acquisition brings, coupled with our existing offshore capability, defines our strategic intent to support the onshore and offshore wind markets, as well as ScotWind’s future developments, which will generate as much as 25 GW of new, clean energy over the next decade.

“THREE60 Energy is a dynamic, multidisciplinary company, and we are proud to have BJRE part of our growing team and capabilities.”

Bryan Rendall of BJRE said, “We believe THREE60 Energy is the ideal solution to enable rapid growth and opportunity, and to strengthen and build new relationships in the industry. We are very happy to progress together and ensure the highest level of service to our customers, proud to be part of the THREE60 Energy team.

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Wells Fargo and LISC tackle racial equity issues » CBIA https://mongegrafico.com/wells-fargo-and-lisc-tackle-racial-equity-issues-cbia/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 22:13:59 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/wells-fargo-and-lisc-tackle-racial-equity-issues-cbia/ A collaboration between Wells Fargo and the Local Initiatives Support Coalition supports additional programs addressing racial equity issues. The bank and the national non-profit group are working on programs in Connecticut and other states that focus on wealth creation, job training, and opportunity gaps exacerbated by the pandemic. Wells Fargo donated $150,000 to support LISC’s […]]]>

A collaboration between Wells Fargo and the Local Initiatives Support Coalition supports additional programs addressing racial equity issues.

The bank and the national non-profit group are working on programs in Connecticut and other states that focus on wealth creation, job training, and opportunity gaps exacerbated by the pandemic.

Wells Fargo donated $150,000 to support LISC’s Statewide Financial Opportunity Center network, launched in 2020 in response to COVID-19.

FOCs are neighborhood programs that provide education, long-term financial coaching, job training and placement, and low-cost financial products to help participants build credit, savings, and assets.

The grant funding supports additional services at two existing FOC sites, including the Greater Hartford Urban League and the New Haven Community Action Agency.

In addition to providing employment and financial training services to more than 800 people locally, the new funding provides access to LISC’s robust data tracking system.

“LISC Connecticut greatly appreciates Wells Fargo’s financial contribution to maintaining and growing our FOC network, and our shared commitment to helping Black and Brown residents advance financially through financial coaching, employment, and access to benefits,” said Jim Horan, executive director of LISC Connecticut.

“Seize opportunities”

“Financial health is one of our primary areas of focus as a company, and we are proud to partner with LISC Connecticut to help with this important community initiative,” said Terence Floyd, community relations specialist at Wells Fargo.

“As the state’s economy recovers and job opportunities open up, these FOCs are well prepared to provide coaching and training to individuals and families so they can make the most of these opportunities and secure long-term financial gains.”

“We are honored to partner with LISC Connecticut to help individuals realize their potential, developing employable skills and securing jobs that improve their family’s financial situation,” said Urban League of Greater CEO. Hartford, David Hopkins.

“Our FOC team has embraced this service model, which has strengthened our Project STABLE program and, with the support of Wells Fargo, enabled us to more effectively deliver the full set of services needed to advance community wealth building.”

LISC Connecticut’s statewide network has helped more than 2,800 clients and placed more than 320 people in jobs.

“CAANH helps families meet the needs and challenges of daily living, while improving their financial behaviors,” said New Haven Community Action Agency Director of Programs and Case Management, Patricia Tully, and Financial Capability Center Coordinator Karahn Green.

“Through this grant opportunity, Wells Fargo and LISC have helped advance the agency’s strong foundation by enabling us to obtain more tools, equipment, and expand our ability to provide financial services to many people in the community.”

Less than two years after the program launched, LISC Connecticut’s statewide FOC Network has helped more than 2,800 clients and placed more than 320 people in jobs with an average starting salary of $16.24 $ per hour, while 80% of clients had access to more than one service.

Other sites in LISC’s statewide FOC network include The Village for Families and Children in Hartford, Human Resources Agency of New Britain, Open Doors in Norwalk and Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury, and Person to Person in You’re welcome.

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Call for volunteers to help a specialist college near Oswestry https://mongegrafico.com/call-for-volunteers-to-help-a-specialist-college-near-oswestry/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 16:08:13 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/call-for-volunteers-to-help-a-specialist-college-near-oswestry/ Derwen College A Volunteer Open Day is taking place at the Specialist College, near Oswestry, on October 12 between 10am and 3pm. Anyone wishing to find out more about volunteer opportunities at Derwen can drop by for a homemade cake, hot drinks and a chat with the staff who will be on hand to discuss […]]]>
Derwen College

A Volunteer Open Day is taking place at the Specialist College, near Oswestry, on October 12 between 10am and 3pm.

Anyone wishing to find out more about volunteer opportunities at Derwen can drop by for a homemade cake, hot drinks and a chat with the staff who will be on hand to discuss the exciting projects happening around the college.

There will be a chance to talk about volunteering at the Woodland Walk, Walled Garden, the Vintage Advantage Charity Shop and helping out at fundraising events including the upcoming Christmas Party which will be taking place November 25-27.

Fundraising Coordinator Anna Evans said: “Derwen College is a unique place to work because we know we make a difference every day in the lives of the students and residents who learn, train and live here. .

“We are a registered charity and have worked hard over the past two years to overcome many of the difficulties caused by the Covid pandemic. We are now in an excellent position to provide exciting volunteer opportunities in our business and fundraising areas, and we would like to welcome more volunteers to Derwen to help us achieve our goals.

“One of our major projects is to create an accessible and beautiful environment for people and nature, in our Woodland Walk. A lot of track clearing work has already been done, but there is still a lot to do. For example, we will soon be planting bulbs such as bluebells, wood anemones and wild garlic in the woods to create a fantastic feast for the eyes, nose and ears. And we need help with that.

“Our Woodland Walk is a special place for our students and staff, and is also open to the public. We would really appreciate additional help to maintain and develop the area.

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Senior Network Support Specialist – Sault Ste. News Mary https://mongegrafico.com/senior-network-support-specialist-sault-ste-news-mary/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 18:16:44 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/senior-network-support-specialist-sault-ste-news-mary/ GAME ON – OLG needs you We said GAME ON, and we mean it – OLG is rapidly transforming its organization to better serve Ontarians by delivering exceptional gaming experiences through our digital, retail lottery and land-based casino channels. In our 2019-2020 fiscal year alone, OLG achieved net income of over $2.3 billion in the […]]]>

GAME ON – OLG needs you

We said GAME ON, and we mean it – OLG is rapidly transforming its organization to better serve Ontarians by delivering exceptional gaming experiences through our digital, retail lottery and land-based casino channels. In our 2019-2020 fiscal year alone, OLG achieved net income of over $2.3 billion in the Province of Ontario. OLG is now expanding its horizons even further, with a new strategic direction, to become a world-class gaming entertainment leader with a globally admired digital platform.

We are ready to take this game to the next level and need an enthusiast Senior Network Support Specialist Perform day-to-day administration, management, monitoring, maintenance and recovery of technology infrastructure and systems such as storage/SAN, network (UC)/voice/data including network security and the Internet, and related components, devices and appliances. Enables the delivery of secure, predictable, stable and available services to OLG as needed to meet or exceed SLAs. Oversee vendor, project and currency opportunities to improve, upgrade and secure network infrastructure.

YOUR ROLE IN THE GAME

Attached to the Sr Manager Network Operations, you will be required to:

  • Perform daily infrastructure systems maintenance activities for key infrastructure component systems and services and support the data center to ensure stable operations in various environments
  • Implements systems and services based on best practices of knowledge management practices and benchmarks (policies, standards and procedures) to meet predefined benchmarks/KPIs/SLAs
  • Performs day-to-day system support for server, storage, and network, including providing tiered infrastructure support following infrastructure best practices to deliver consistent quality output
  • Identifies, assesses and communicates infrastructure operational risks and contributes to infrastructure operations planning and escalates as necessary
  • Contributes to infrastructure knowledge management by creating a library of repeatable processes, tools, documentation related to all infrastructure components (product, service, hardware, software, etc.)
  • Resolves and restores systems and services to normal operations resulting from incidents, outages, etc. to minimize business interruptions
  • Proactively monitors infrastructure components consistently to identify changes in status or behavior to identify opportunities for continuous improvement
  • Researches emerging infrastructure technology technologies and industry trends (e.g., processes, tools, etc.) and provides educational awareness through every customer interaction to aid customer adoption. final user
  • Recommends process and environment improvements that reduce risk and improve efficiency and SLA metrics.
  • Assist in root cause analysis, research and development of solutions for new and unknown infrastructure system issues to resolve issues in a timely manner
  • Executes the daily lifecycle of infrastructure systems operations, from defining the release strategy for change projects to developing detailed task planning of release activities, preparation, and service acceptance and service transition (including documentation review) to ensure consistency
  • Executes the change, release and incident management process within the context of infrastructure systems operations to ensure business continuity
  • Performs trend analysis and monitoring of infrastructure components to proactively avoid resource shortages and ensure SLA commitments are met.
  • Identify opportunities to leverage cloud-based technologies to enable infrastructure operations as recommended in the cloud strategy, identify associated impacts and provide recommendations.

WHAT YOU NEED TO PLAY

Professional experience: Minimum of two (2) years of experience in progressive positions within technology or related functions | Minimum of two (2) years of experience in infrastructure operations | Proficiency in nineteen (19) of the above core skill areas listed above

Education: Post-secondary degree, preferably in the field of information systems, business administration and/or project management, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience

Critical Skills: Main knowledge around: Server software (including O/S and support tools) | Network devices and devices, including software and hardware | Performance measurement and tuning | Server hardware | Storage/SAN hardware | Virtualization technologies | Hardware Installation and Support | Network administration | Data Networks | Voice networks | Local Area Networks (LAN) | Virtual Private Networks (VPN) | Wide Area Networks (WAN) | Network Operations | Local network administration | Networking/Communications Hardware | Wireless technologies | VoIP technology | Network Performance Management | Storage Area Networks | Storage Management | Data Protection Technologies | Technical troubleshooting | Cloud Resource Management | Firewall Management | Network and Internet Security | Secondary knowledge around: Improvement of technological services | Technology Systems Management | Technology Incident Management | Product Change Management | Problem management

Negotiation and influence: ability to negotiate and influence effectively while being open to perspectives and maintaining strong relationships

Strategic Thinker: strong strategic and critical thinker with the ability to immerse themselves in unique challenges and find creative solutions

Cooperation and fun: inclusive and collaborative working style while creating fun and excitement in our work

Integrity and Trust: do what is right and operate with transparency and openness

BENEFITS OF JOINING OUR TEAM

  • Part of a larger image: socially responsible company that returns all profits to the province and the people of Ontario
  • Flexible work environment: to help balance work and life
  • You count: family-friendly work practices and remote work
  • Freedom to innovate: supports new and better ways to succeed
  • Be your Authentic Self: environment that values ​​diversity as a source of strength
  • Learning galore: 24/7 access to robust online learning programs
  • Public Service Pension Plan: participate in a large defined benefit pension plan sponsored by the Ontario government
  • Variable compensation program: performance-based incentives to share our success (permanent OLG employees only)

Learn about OLG – GAME ON!

OLG’s goal is to contribute to a better Ontario by providing great entertainment experiences for our customers. We are a several billion dollars organization with a wide range of business lines including lottery, land-based casinos, digital lottery and casino, horse racing and charitable gaming. OLG is in the midst of a massive transformation to become customer obsessed and take our digital business to a whole new level.

The key to our success is our people. Our culture will be based on real, positive partnerships that embrace trust, clarity and openness in everything we do. We support and empower employees and teams across the organization through greater accountability, leadership development and growth opportunities. OLG is embracing more flexible work options and family-friendly work practices, including remote work.

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion are essential elements of our culture, the cornerstone of our values ​​of respect, integrity, stewardship and excellence. At OLG, our employees have the space to be themselves and use their perspectives and skills for the benefit of the people and the province of Ontario.

As we reshape and grow our business, we are unwavering when it comes to living our purpose and ensuring our business delivers meaningful results. benefits for Ontarians. OLG’s net profits are reinvested in the province, contributing to the quality of life of Ontarians.

To learn more about OLG, visit our website at www.olg.ca

We look forward to hearing from you, interested candidates should apply online by October 5, 2022.

OLG is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing employment accommodation in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Please contact Human Resources at careers@olg.ca if you require accommodation at any time during the hiring process.

Thank you for your interest in this opportunity; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Seminar to address the thorny issues of employment https://mongegrafico.com/seminar-to-address-the-thorny-issues-of-employment/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 10:21:59 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/seminar-to-address-the-thorny-issues-of-employment/ Davies and Partners’ employment law team invites employers to a free seminar to help them solve some of the latest and trickiest employment issues. The seminar takes place at two sites in Gloucester and Bristol on consecutive days in October. The seminar will provide delegates with a better understanding of the latest legal implications on […]]]>

Davies and Partners’ employment law team invites employers to a free seminar to help them solve some of the latest and trickiest employment issues.

The seminar takes place at two sites in Gloucester and Bristol on consecutive days in October.

The seminar will provide delegates with a better understanding of the latest legal implications on a range of issues and offer advice and tips on how to handle situations when they arise in the workplace.

Tricky questions addressed in the seminar include:

  • Long Covid – considerations needed to accommodate employees suffering from Long Covid in the workplace
  • Social Media – A Valuable Tool in Recruitment or a Poisonous Gift?
  • Can an employee be fired for behavior outside the workplace?
  • Fire and rehire – does such a practice risk getting you in hot water?
  • Menopause – the next protected feature? How to help employees in the workplace
  • How do you deal with personality conflicts and arguments between employees at work?
  • Hidden handicaps – is lack of knowledge an outright defence? When is a reasonable adjustment unreasonable?

The first seminar will be a breakfast seminar on Wednesday 12 October, 8am-9.15am, taking place at Rowan House, Barnett Way, Barnwood, Gloucester GL4 3RT.

The second event will be a lunchtime seminar on Thursday 13 October from 1-2.15pm at 250 Aztec West, Park Avenue, Almondsbury, Bristol BS32 4TR. Refreshments will be available at both seminars.

Nigel Tillott, director at Davies and Partnerssaid: “It’s great to be back to our regular job seminars after the absence of Covid. They’ve always been hugely popular and I have to admit the team and I missed them. There’s something for all tastes and, of course, it’s free, so I advise people to book early.”

Numbers will be limited to seminars. RSVP before Friday, September 30 to Matthew Verrier, specifying the chosen location: matthew.verrier@daviesandpartners.com

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IND vs AUS LIVE: Harshal Patel reveals new NCA ball practice ahead of T20 World Cup https://mongegrafico.com/ind-vs-aus-live-harshal-patel-reveals-new-nca-ball-practice-ahead-of-t20-world-cup/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 18:13:53 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/ind-vs-aus-live-harshal-patel-reveals-new-nca-ball-practice-ahead-of-t20-world-cup/ IND vs AUS LIVE: Fit again Harshal Patel can’t wait to get going again as India enter the final round of matches… IND vs. AUS LIVE: Fit again Harshal Patel is eager to get going again as India enter the final round of games ahead of the T20 World Cup. After missing last month through […]]]>

IND vs AUS LIVE: Fit again Harshal Patel can’t wait to get going again as India enter the final round of matches…

IND vs. AUS LIVE: Fit again Harshal Patel is eager to get going again as India enter the final round of games ahead of the T20 World Cup. After missing last month through injury, Harshal returns after a long rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy. The 31-year-old has meanwhile added new strings to his bow, training with the new ball in the net, something he rarely does in IPL. Follow India vs Australia live updates on Insidesport.IN

Also read: IND vs AUS LIVE: Countdown begins for Harshal Patel, RCB star has 6 games to PROVE fitness ahead of T20 World Cup with Mohammed Shami in hiding – Follow IND vs AUS LIVE updates

IND vs AUS LIVE: Death specialist Harshal Patel adds a new string to his bow and trains with the new ball at the NCA ahead of the T20 World Cup – Find out

Indian death specialist Harshal Patel evolves by demand and works at the National Cricket Academy to add facets to his multi-dimensional game. Patel went to the Indian side after two excellent IPL seasons, before replicating the same on the international circuit with the same precision.

The 31-year-old has played the most T20s for India since the T20 World Cup last year and has joined India’s T20 WC squad for the competition in Australia. The call was not without setbacks after Harshal raced against the clock to be fit, having missed the series against West Indies and the Asian Cup.

While rehabilitating, Harshal Patel reveals he worked on his new ball skills with the slower balls and other variations. Speaking to ESPN Cricinfo, the RCB superstar said: “I also worked on my new ball skills for a while. I started doing this in the middle of the IPL. So every time I went to practice I would pick up a new ball and start playing with it because it’s good to have a skill and not need it the other way around. It’s just something I’ve been working on and if I have an opportunity, for India or for RCB, I would love to do it.

While Harshal will have to deal with the burden of mid-overs for India, his added skills in operating the new ball could add an extra dimension to India’s attack. The Men in Blue are currently relying on Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah to cross the new ball and now the 31-year-old could also be in on it.

IND vs AUS LIVE: Death specialist Harshal Patel adds another string to his bow and trains with new ball at NCA ahead of T20 World Cup – Find out

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Have a lazy day? How It Can Do Wonders For Your Mental Health | Health https://mongegrafico.com/have-a-lazy-day-how-it-can-do-wonders-for-your-mental-health-health/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 08:06:48 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/have-a-lazy-day-how-it-can-do-wonders-for-your-mental-health-health/ We always feel guilty for picking one up, but a lazy day can actually do wonders for our mental health and make us more productive in the long run. According to experts, having at least one lazy day a week can help reduce stress, high blood pressure and improve our well-being. So what is a […]]]>

We always feel guilty for picking one up, but a lazy day can actually do wonders for our mental health and make us more productive in the long run. According to experts, having at least one lazy day a week can help reduce stress, high blood pressure and improve our well-being. So what is a lazy day? This basically means doing nothing on your to-do list, not checking work-related emails, not answering work calls, being in your pajamas all day, taking a nap, doing things you really enjoy. – gardening, watching your favorite movie or show, arts and crafts, eating good food without worrying about calories, and enjoying all of life’s simple pleasures. (Also read:5 psychological reasons why you feel lazy all the time)

Having a lazy day gives your brain a break and your body a chance to recover. It also reduces stress, which could help you be more productive on your non-lazy days. It’s also an easy way to prevent burnout and be susceptible to chronic disease.

“If you don’t choose a day to relax, your body will choose it for you. You know it’s true. If you admit it to yourself. Relaxing really is a precursor to being more productive. We often think that the Productivity means working. It doesn’t. Productivity means making intentional choices toward a goal. And sometimes that choice can be to have a lazy day and refuel. After all, we are called beings. humans, not human actions! We weren’t designed to go 100 mph 24/7 non-stop to breathe and enjoy our surroundings. You can optimize your sleep, your food, your gut, your energy – but unless you have real free time, to sit and do nothing and think and enjoy where you’ll never fix or function properly,” says Tim Gray, Health Optimizing Biohacker, Psychology S specialist, Entrepreneur and Global Speaker in his recent Instagram post.

Stress can kill and it’s important to take a break (Unsplash)

BENEFITS OF A LAZY DAY

* PREVENTS CHRONIC DISEASES

If you’ve been feeling bad for a long time, it could be because of all the accumulated stress that you couldn’t handle.

“Stress actually kills, and taking days off can save you a lifetime of unexplained physical and mental problems and chronic illnesses,” says Gray.

* MAKES YOU MORE PRODUCTIVE

Do you even work on your days off and still wonder why your work performance is just dropping? Well, that’s because all work and no play does indeed make Jack a dull boy.

“Taking time to recharge and replenish will actually make you much better and more efficient in the long run,” says Gray.

* BETTER MOOD, CREATIVITY AND WILL

It’s important to spend time with friends and loved ones (Pexels)

“That means improved cognitive abilities, creativity, and willpower. As well as much less stress, better mood, and better results overall,” Gray says.

TIPS FOR FIGHTING STRESS

– Gray suggests scheduling your work hours and respecting your personal hours and knowing when to shut down, regardless of your assignment.

“Stop constantly checking your emails and text messages and make yourself available all the time,” advises the expert.

– Get away, even if it’s only for a day.

“People who take vacations have less stress, a lower risk of heart disease, a better outlook on life, and more motivation to achieve their goals,” Gray says.

The expert warns, however, not to be a lazy procrastinator because that wouldn’t serve him either. “Be mission driven, but know when you need time to focus on yourself,” he says.

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Remediation work planned to remove asbestos from Stratford Riverside https://mongegrafico.com/remediation-work-planned-to-remove-asbestos-from-stratford-riverside/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 09:11:24 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/remediation-work-planned-to-remove-asbestos-from-stratford-riverside/ CAMPAIGNS who want to improve the conditions of Lench Meadows in Stratford so that it becomes a local nature reserve are not entirely happy with the measures announced yesterday (Wednesday) to remove asbestos from the site. In a joint statement, Stratford District Council and Stratford Town Trust listed a number of steps that were being […]]]>

CAMPAIGNS who want to improve the conditions of Lench Meadows in Stratford so that it becomes a local nature reserve are not entirely happy with the measures announced yesterday (Wednesday) to remove asbestos from the site.

In a joint statement, Stratford District Council and Stratford Town Trust listed a number of steps that were being taken to address contaminated land at the site, which is part of the new Riverside project.

The Riverside project photographed last week. (59354172)

The statement read: “Following the discovery of asbestos-containing material on Lench Meadows, expert advice has been sought from environmental and contaminated land specialist, Crossfield Consulting.

“As a result, Ashbee Solutions, a Health & Safety Executive (HSE) approved asbestos removal contractor, conducted a site survey and removed a quantity of what is believed to be asbestos-containing cement fragments.

“Two areas were found to contain a relatively small amount of material. Of these, the area surrounding the butterfly mound contained a higher concentration of cement-bound asbestos fragments, and there was only one only discovery of a partially buried section of what is believed to be asbestos-containing pipe insulation.

The statement adds: “Given the higher prevalence of asbestos-containing material removed from the flat areas between the butterfly mounds, this area is covered with a geotextile separator and 150mm of clean sandy topsoil imported onto the site, as advised by specialists.

Lench Meadows: Photo: Drone Services Looking Down (59354243)
Lench Meadows: Photo: Drone Services Looking Down (59354243)

“This dual-layer geotextile separator is designed to prevent any other material from being brought to the surface by weather or animals. The approved topsoil is nutrient-poor to support the growth of a range of species of wildflowers and plants Once established, vegetation will add an extra layer of protection.

“The butterfly-shaped mound will be extended with clean imported topsoil to a depth of 1.5 meters to cover material believed to be asbestos-containing pipe insulation which has been reburied and dampened in accordance with advice from a specialist.

“After reseeding, the areas will be protected by fencing to allow vegetation to establish.
This will not affect trail access.

Both the council and the trust said they were committed to their goal of creating a local nature reserve. They added that public safety remained their primary concern.

But Richard Price, a senior member of the Friends of Lench Meadows (FLM), told the Herald yesterday that while FLM was delighted that a remediation plan was finally in place, there were still concerns about aspects of it.

He said Paul Nathanail, a soil contamination expert, advised FLM that while the use of ‘geo textile’ under a 150mm clean floor cap on level ground was appropriate, it would not prove not adequate on sloping areas where water was flowing, as it would be vulnerable to erosion.

Mr Price added: ‘It is regrettable that profoundly flawed strategies have been employed throughout this program and, despite numerous warnings from the parties involved, the discovery not only of asbestos but also of a myriad other items hazardous to health (including large amounts of broken items, glass and waste, including medical waste) through negligence, increased costs and uncovered potentially enormous dangers to humans and wildlife.



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