Boca Raton, FL, United States
Since 1923, NCCI has been committed to fostering a healthy workers compensation system. We are the nation’s trusted source for accurate, objective workers compensation information. Learn about how you can contribute to our company’s success in the following position: Job Purpose: Perform internal audits of NCCI Holdings, Inc. (NCCI) and other NCCI subsidiaries. Audits are designed to help the organization accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes. The Information Technology (IT) Auditor specifically identifies and reports on moderately complex IT related risks and controls, predominantly of a technical nature, in accordance with the Institute of Internal Auditors (IAA) Professional Practices Framework and the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA). Other duties involve performing special projects, reviews and investigations as directed by area management and the board of directors. Major Duties: Identifies, evaluates and reports on moderately complex IT related risks, either as they pertain to the business area audited or as self-contained IT functions. Internal audit projects are generally conducted by an integrated audit team to provide assessment of both business processes and relevant IT objectives. Assesses business risks and evaluates the effectiveness of controls at the network, operating system, data base, and application levels. Conducts special reviews of NCCI processes to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes. Monitors select development projects and initiatives to ensure that significant control objectives are accomplished. Assists division management in the implementation of audit recommendations. Required Education, Experience and Skills: Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems, Computer Science, Accounting, Finance or other related field and 1 year of IT audit experience. SQL query skill sets on Oracle databases. • In-depth knowledge of internal controls, standards of internal auditing as promulgated by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), IT Governance frameworks such as Cobit5, TeamMate experience, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, and familiarity with internal control procedures gained through experience. • Proficiency in the use of data analysis software such as using SQL queries, ACL, as well as general office software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and flowcharting. • Familiar with Windows and Linux operating systems, network communication, database technology (SQL Server and Oracle), web development tools and ecommerce. • Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively with other audit staff. Be able to represent the department and NCCI in a professional manner to all levels of technical staff and management. • Excellent analytical skills to discern when audit issues are found on assignments and determine how critical the issues are. Good oral and written communication skills. Good interpersonal skills to discuss audit issues and recommendations in a tactful and professional manner. The ability to discuss audit issues with both technical staff and business management. • Ability to be flexible and creative in the approach to complete assignments that vary in nature and scope. Ability to quickly develop an organizational understanding and be able to articulate impact of audit issues to the organization. Ability to build working relationships with stakeholders without impairing independence. Preferred Education, Experience and Skills: Master’s Degree in information systems/computer science, accounting, finance, business administration, or other financial or management fields. 1-3 years of experience in public accounting or internal audit. Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), or Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and Certified Internal Auditor (CIA). At NCCI, we recognize that our employees are the reason our legacy endures today. We’re motivated by the opportunity to do challenging and interesting work, and our Total Rewards package attracts top talent. Our employees care about each other and the communities in which they live and work. Our values of integrity, respect, quality and excellence, responsibility, and commitment, guide our success. Experience NCCI. We require a drug screen and background check. EEO/Smoke Free environment
Taft, CA, United States
Executive Director of Human Resources
Executive Director of Human Resources
2017-18 Educational, Confidential and Classified Administrator Salary Schedule Grade 19, $92,702.00 - $125,663.00 annually. The successful applicant will be offered astarting salary within this range commensurate with qualifications and experience. The District provided health and welfare benefits, valued at $19,530.96 for 2017-18 includes medical, dental and vision for the employee and dependent, and life insurance for the employee.
Taft College is a single-campus district in Kern County. Taft is located in the foothills at the southwestern edge of the San Joaquin Valley just 35 minutes west of Bakersfield, two hours north of Los Angeles and two hours from California’s central coast. The Taft area is home to 18,000 residents and numerous companies who enjoy friendly neighbors, temperate climates and bustling economy. Cultural and recreational opportunities include the West Kern Oil Museum, Carrizo Plain National Monument, Tule Elk State Reserve and the Buena Vista Aquatic area. Residents enjoy a reasonable cost of living along with affordable housing and good schools.
The college is a designated Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) with unique programs in Energy Technology, Engineering, Dental Hygiene and STEM-related disciplines. Taft College’s Full Time Equivalent Students are over 2,600 with an average class size of 20. The District has a diverse student body that is 55.9% Hispanic, 31.6% White, 6.2% Black, 2.2% Mixed Race, 1.7% Asian, 1.1% Filipino, 0.7% Native American, 0.4% Unknown and 0.3% Pacific Islander.
The college has 61 full-time faculty, 78 adjunct faculty, 138 classified staff, 24 classified administrators and 7 certificated administrators.
Under the direction of the Superintendent/President the Executive Director of Human Resources, plans, organizes, provides employee record-keeping, labor negotiations, contract administration, policy development, labor relations, benefits and staff development functions; coordinate and direct personnel, resources, communications and information to meet district needs; supervises and evaluates the performance and development of assigned personnel. Works cooperatively with all departments in routine matters designed to ensure efficient and effective personnel practices and affirmative action.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Plan, organize, control and direct district-wide Human Resources operations and activities including recruitment, benefits administration, employee record-keeping, contract administration, policy development, labor relations and staff development functions; establish and maintain related time lines and priorities; assure related activities comply with established standards, requirements, laws, codes, regulations, ordinances, policies and procedures;
• Coordinate and direct personnel, resources, communications and information to meet district needs; direct the development and implementation of Human Resources programs, projects, services, systems, strategies, goals and objectives; assure proper and timely resolution of related issues, conflicts and discrepancies;
• Collaborate with the Executive Vice President of Administrative Services to coordinate the workflow between Human Resources, Benefits and Payroll to ensure meeting of timelines and accuracy;
• Provide consultation and technical expertise to administrators, faculty, staff, the public and others concerning Human Resources operations and activities; develop and revise job descriptions, resolve issues and provide technical information concerning labor relations, recruitment, evaluations, benefits, payroll, contracts and related standards, requirements, practices, procedures, guidelines, laws, regulations and policies;
• Plan and coordinate the recruitment and selection of all district employees; develop recruitment guidelines and processes to ensure equal opportunity and diversity in the appointment, promotion, transfer, reassignment, retention and termination of employees; assure the fair, consistent, efficient, and objective interpretation and application of Human Resources policies and procedures;
• Support the District Title IX Officer and serves as Title IX Deputy for employees;
• Plan, organize and direct the District’s EEO program, serve as the District Equal Employment Opportunity and Section 504 Compliance Officer, including responding to unlawful discrimination complaints; compile and analyze related data and prepare reports; review data to evaluate the effectiveness of employment practices; monitor the adherence of the District hiring process according to diversity guidelines and to evaluate appropriate modifications to the District’s EEO plan;
• Facilitate requests by employees and supervisors for American Disabilities Act accommodations;
• Oversee and ensure that the Workers’ Compensation services for employees, preparation of claims, reports and related documents are prepared in a timely manner;
• Participate in collective bargaining negotiations with employee organizations and processes as a member of the District’s collective bargaining team; communicate and advise district negotiating team members regarding proposed contract changes;
• Interpret, monitor, and assist with compliance of collective bargaining agreements; develop and promote employee relations practices to maintain positive employer-employee relations;
• Prepare Memorandums of Understanding and labor contract agreements. Facilitate the districtwide distribution of such documents for timely and consistent implementation;
• Administer the discipline process including reprimands, suspensions, demotions, and dismissals as outlined in Ed Code, Board Policies, and Collective Bargaining Agreements. Coordinate related hearings; administer the employee formal and informal grievance procedures; in consultation with affected administrators, conduct and/or direct investigations and hearings as appropriate; serve as hearing officer, coordinate with legal counsel and make recommendations to the Superintendent/President and Board of Trustees as appropriate; mediate employee grievances and facilitate resolution;
• Direct the contracting and administration of employee health and welfare benefit programs to include medical, dental, vision, life, and disability plans for eligible personnel; evaluate and make recommendations for plan modifications, alternate providers and benefit structure; assure compliance with applicable laws and policies; direct the administration of the District’s COBRA benefit program; administer the District’s workers compensation benefit program; facilitate communication and education of employee organizations;
• Develop and maintain a comprehensive classification plan for positions within the District; conduct studies related to compensation, benefits, and classification of positions in the District; audit positions, recommend new classifications as needed, and allocate positions using established methods of job evaluation; gather, analyze, and interpret compensation and benefits data;
• Plan, develop, and administer the annual budget for the Human Resources Department; review, analyze, and make recommendations on budget and financial data; monitor, control, and authorize expenditures in accordance with established district and department budget procedures; maintain appropriate records and documentation according to district purchasing policies and procedures;
• Plan, organize, and administer the preparation and maintenance of personnel records, files, and data as required by State and federal laws and regulation, as well as district policies and procedures; develop appropriate records storage and retention systems and schedules; assure adequate documentation related to employee selection, promotion, and separation;
• Select, assign, orient, train, supervise, counsel, discipline, and evaluate the performance of direct subordinates, provide professional development for assigned employees;
• Evaluate, recommend, and implement techniques to improve department policies and practices, increase efficiency and keep abreast of current trends and practices in the field of community college human resources administration;
• Represent the Human Resources Department at Board of Trustees meetings and present verbal and written information as required; provide technical expertise, information and assistance to the Superintendent/President; communicate with other district administrators, personnel and contractors to coordinate activities, programs and services, resolve issues and conflicts and exchange information; work cooperatively as a member of the district’s Executive Management team toward the achievement of its goals and objectives; provide leadership consistent with the mission and function of the District;
• Lead or participate in district or College committees, initiatives, teams, or ad-hoc groups; responsible and accountable for completion of assigned tasks when serving on such groups;
• Recommend, plan, design, and implement training sessions for employees throughout the District as needed; plan, schedule, and arrange for trainers/facilitators to present appropriate staff development activities and sessions; Serve as Co-Chair of the Professional Development Committee.
• Plan, organize, prepare, or direct the preparation and maintenance of a variety of narrative and statistical reports, records, and files related to assigned activities and personnel; plan, organize, and present a variety of written and oral reports to the Board of Trustees, Superintendent/President, district Management Team and other district constituent groups;
• Perform other related duties as required.
Education & Experience
Master’s degree from an accredited institution in human resources management, organizational development, public administration, business administration or related field. Three (3) years of recent successful experience in human resources including recruitment, classification, human resources information systems, and/or employee relations management experience. One (1) year of supervisory and/or lead experience in human resources.
In lieu of an earned Master’s degree, an earned Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in human resources management, organizational development, public administration, business administration or related field. Five (5) years of recent successful experience in human resources including recruitment, classification, human resources information systems, and/or employee relations management experience. Three (3) years of supervisory and/or lead experience in human resources. Demonstrate a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of staff and students and of staff and students with physical and learning disabilities.
Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) or Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification or other related Human Resources license/certification.
Coursework or professional training in labor contract negotiations, implementation and arbitration. Job experience may be considered equivalent.
Knowledge of current principles and practices of Human Resources management, specifically in a community college setting.
Transcripts issued outside the United States of America require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from a certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. For information on transcript evaluation services, please visit: http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/cl635.pdf
ANTICIPATED STARTING COMPENSATION
Based upon the 2017-18 Educational, Confidential and Classified Administrator Salary Schedule, Grade 19, the starting salary range is $92,702.00 - $125,663.00. per year. The successful applicant will be offered a starting salary within this range commensurate with qualifications and experience. An annual doctoral stipend of $3,679.29 is included in addition to the salary when appropriate.
To be assured full consideration, complete application packets should be in the Human Resources Department by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 16, 2018. Application materials must be mailed, hand delivered, or e-mailed. All application packets that are complete at that time will be forwarded to the screening committee. Incomplete applications may not be reviewed.
To be considered for review, applicants must submit the following application materials:
1. A West Kern Community College District management application or Edjoin online management application.
2. A cover letter outlining your education and experience relevant to this position.
3. A current resume.
4. Complete transcripts of all lower and upper division and graduate level college/university course work (need not be official).
Application forms may be obtained from http://apptrkr.com/1121362.
Management online application submission: www.edjoin.org
Send all application materials to: Taft College Human Resources Department
29 Cougar Court
Taft, CA 93268
Current employees must provide documentation and materials in the same manner and degree of detail as any other applicant.
Grade 19 on the Educational, Confidential and Classified Administrator Salary Schedule/ Exempt.
Direction is received from the Superintendent/President.
HOURS & TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
40 hours per week, 12 months per year. Will require evening hours throughout the year.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Employment with Taft College is not complete or official until applicants meet all pre-employment requirements. Candidates with foreign degrees must provide official certification of equivalency to U.S. degrees by a recognized
U.S. credential evaluation service. Offers of employment are contingent upon Board of Trustees approval. All new employees are required to submit official transcripts, proof of freedom from tuberculosis, and proof of eligibility to work in the United States. Employees must sign an Oath of Office and submit fingerprints for CA Department of Justice clearance. Possess a current CA driver license. Taft College reserves the right to modify or rescind this job announcement at any time.
A candidate selected for an interview will be required to visit Taft College at his/her own expense upon a date
selected by the District. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview.
Taft College is committed to creating a community of learners by enriching the lives of all students we serve through career technical education, transfer programs, foundational programs, and student support services. Taft College provides an equitable environment defined by applied knowledge leading to students’ achievement of their educational goals.
Applicants who are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act and who, are due to a Disability, require accommodations for completing the application process, testing, (if required for the position), or the interview, should notify the Human Resources Department 10 working days before the accommodation is required.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The West Kern Community College District is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and will implement a comprehensive program to put those principles into practice. It is the District’s policy to ensure that all qualified applicants for employment and employees have full and equal access to employment opportunities and are not subjected to discrimination in any program or activity of the District on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race or ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, or because he/she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. The District will strive to achieve a workforce that is welcoming to men, women, persons with disabilities, and individuals from all ethnic and other groups to ensure the District provides an inclusive educational and employment environment. Such an environment fosters cooperation, acceptance, democracy, and free expression of ideas.
Valley, NE, United States
How you will contribute Valmont is currently seeking a highly motivated and talented individual for the Associate Drafter position in the Global Engineered Support Structures (ESS) Division. We are looking for a highly driven individual that will process production and customer drawing orders and prepare the necessary drawings and other data for internal and external customers.
Additionally, you will… * Review customer contract drawings, specifications, or instructions from team members, supervisors, engineering, customer service, sales, and marketing * Manage the department backlog by monitoring order schedules and providing updates to computerized backlog in accordance with departmental priorities * Maintain required productivity and quality according to departmental priorities and standards * Identify, recommend, and develop revisions to standard product designs, drafting procedures, and systems to improve department operation and productivity * Update the filing system of customer requirements accurately
What it takes
Required Qualifications * An Associate’s Degree in a drafting related career field * A basic understanding of mathematics and technical skills in computer aided drafting * Must have an acceptable attendance and prior employment record * The ability to effectively communicate with employees at all levels within the organization * The ability to work in a high volume, fast paced environment
Highly qualified candidates will also possess: * One year of experience using AutoCAD 2009 software or newer * One year of drafting experience in a professional environment * A strong working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Outlook * An Associate’s Degree in a drafting related career field with a GPA of 3.0 or higher * The ability to communicate and interact with coworkers in a positive manner * The ability to recognize and solve practical problems or issues * The ability to pay attention to detail and follow work instructions * Must be a person of passion and integrity who has the drive to excel and deliver exceptional results
San Diego Association of Governments - SANDAG
401 B Street, San Diego, CA, United States
Overview of the Communications Department With public outreach and education as the foundation of their work, the Communications Department is focused on developing and implementing strategic communication and marketing plans to support a variety of projects in accordance with state and federal public participation requirements. Through close collaboration and coordination with internal project managers, outside stakeholders, and member agencies, the team provides professional expertise for all public involvement and outreach, marketing, promotions, publicity, and media efforts to build awareness and gain support for the agency’s programs and projects including regional highway, transit, and active transportation system investments, the design and implementation of capital projects, long-range regional planning, environmental management, toll road operations and traffic-reduction initiatives, and inter-governmental coordination. Senior Public Outreach Officer Role The Senior Public Outreach Officer will coordinate communication strategies that promote SANDAG projects and ensure a strong, positive identity among all audiences. This work includes managing multiple concurrent projects, developing and implementing outreach and communication plans, responding to requests for information, developing news stories for mass media, assisting with marketing efforts, and contributing to a variety of internal and external publications. This is a Limited-Term employment opportunity and is expected to be funded through December 2020 Limited-Term employees are considered to be “at-will” and receive many of the benefits of Regular employees. Job Responsibilities This opportunity is ideal for an experienced communications professional with an interest in furthering their expertise in public outreach programs for large-scale capital development projects. We anticipate significant career development will occur while working on the types of duties and responsibilities described below and through mentoring and close collaboration with senior staff. Examples of primary responsibilities include:
Provide public outreach and communication efforts during the planning and construction phases of the North Coast Corridor and the LOSSAN construction projects (LOSSAN is the coastal rail corridor that runs from San Luis Obispo through Los Angeles to San Diego).
Develop, prepare, implement, and coordinate a diverse range of communication, public information, and community outreach plans, programs, services, and activities; collaborate with key stakeholders such as local, state, and federal agencies, local jurisdictions, project partners, consultants, contractors, operating agencies, and vendors to ensure effective project delivery.
Collaborate with Corridor Directors, project managers, and employees to develop and promote significant project milestones.
Provide project management and coordination support for consultants and contractors in connection with various projects; prepare project plans, and identify deliverables, resources, and activities; estimate time and cost for project activities; provide schedule, budget, and scope of work; ensure work products are completed at a consistent high quality level.
Participate in the preparation of contracts and task orders for consultant services; coordinate, administer, and manage consultants to ensure the delivery, quality, and timeliness of products and services.
Prepare and present written, oral, and visual reports and recommendations to the Board of Directors, policy and stakeholder committees, member agencies, community groups, private organizations, and members of the public.
Develop in-depth knowledge of the Keep San Diego Moving (KSDM) website and identify project updates to the website, coordinate with Corridor Directors and project managers to develop new content.
Participate in the planning and implementation of a variety of media, promotional, and special events including groundbreaking and ribbon cutting ceremonies, public workshops, and outreach events; develop strategic media outreach programs to secure news coverage for projects.
Provide technical writing for web pages, newsletters, news releases, fact sheets, social media, advertorials, opinion pieces, and other collateral materials; write speaking points and assist in preparing Board members for media interviews, public presentations, and other events.
Experience and Qualifications Numerous factors contribute to an individual’s ability to be successful in any given role. For this position, we are searching for an articulate, outgoing, and conscientious candidate experienced in all aspects of public communication and outreach programs, event coordination, marketing, and customer service. Superior project management, writing, and public speaking skills, strong organizational and decision-making capabilities, and the ability to exercise discretion, judgment, and diplomacy when working with clients and staff are key characteristics. The minimum education, training, and experience qualifications include a bachelor’s degree with major coursework in journalism, communications, marketing, planning, or a related field, and five years of recent career experience in a communication, public information, or public outreach environment, preferably supporting regional planning and/or capital improvement projects. Some lead or supervisory experience is required. The following information describes the specific types of career experiences that are most relevant to this position.
Demonstrated experience developing, implementing, and coordinating proactive and effective community involvement and public outreach programs and activities; knowledge of the federal public participation plan requirements and related strategies.
Experience working on multi-disciplinary project teams with project managers, project stakeholders, contractors, and communications staff; experience identifying ideas and concerns and incorporating them into planned actions and strategies.
Demonstrated experience delivering presentations to small and large groups; ability to facilitate and guide effective group discussions.
Demonstrated ability to establish rapport and engage the public in meaningful conversations and to gather feedback for planned projects and initiatives; experience working with diverse populations in a public outreach setting is desirable.
Demonstrated knowledge of effective communication techniques and public outreach strategies; ability to take initiative in identifying and meeting communication needs.
Familiarity with the SANDAG political environment and sensitivities; ability to function effectively within that environment.
Demonstrated understanding of the practices and operations of news gathering and reporting organizations; some experience arranging press conferences and securing media coverage to promote public understanding of projects; familiarity with regional information resources and local news media sources, including websites.
Experience coordinating project teams; experience providing project coordination, project control, and support for assigned initiatives.
Experience coordinating outreach projects through consultants; experience with the development of request for proposals, scopes of work, budgets, and schedules and consultant selection; experience coordinating with consultants to ensure that projects are completed on time, within budget, and at a high level of quality.
Experience supervising and evaluating the work of professional and technical personnel; experience providing administrative and professional leadership and direction for assigned programs.
Demonstrated experience planning and coordinating meetings and special events such as press briefings, ribbon cuttings, and community meetings.
Outstanding writing and editing skills; experience writing engaging and compelling communications for a variety of audiences and purposes including social media; ability to research, analyze, interpret, organize, and design informational material for publication and presentation; demonstrated knowledge of web-writing techniques and experience developing and maintaining website content.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; excellent customer service skills for responding to telephone, email, and media inquiries.
Ability to establish, maintain, and foster cooperative and collaborative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work; ability to gain cooperation and consensus through discussion and persuasion.
Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure and perform multiple tasks simultaneously with frequent interruptions from telephone calls, and employees; excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage several concurrent projects at various stages of completion; ability to establish and maintain priorities and work independently.
Demonstrated computer software proficiency using various programs from the Microsoft Office Suite and other PC-based applications.
Proficiency with the Spanish language, both oral and written, is desirable.
The final candidate selected for this position must successfully pass a pre-employment driving record check; annual re-checking of the driving record will be a condition of employment.
Salary and Benefits SANDAG rewards the efforts of its employees with a comprehensive compensation package. Competitive salaries are supplemented with a flexible offering of health, financial security, and time-off benefits to meet the work and life needs of employees and their families. The Senior Public Outreach Officer has an annual salary range of $64,362 to $107,099; the starting salary will depend on the qualifications and experience of the selected candidate. Our benefits include traditional health, dental, and vision insurance as well as employee assistance, wellness, and work/life balance programs. To support the need to rest and rejuvenate, employees are provided with a bank of paid time off in addition to paid holidays. Contributions to financial security are provided through a pension plan and deferred compensation program. How to Apply
We encourage all interested candidates to apply for this position by completing a SANDAG Employment Application form. Resumes, cover letters, and work samples may be submitted in addition to the Employment Application but are not a substitute for this document. The employment application can be downloaded in PDF format from the SANDAG website. Alternatively, a copy can be requested by calling (619) 699-1900 or emailing email@example.com . Completed applications and related materials can be submitted via email, fax, regular mail, courier, or delivered by hand. See our Careers / How to Apply webpage for additional information. This position is Open until Filled. The first review of applications will begin on Friday, November 17, 2017. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), SANDAG will accommodate persons who require assistance in order to apply for a position at SANDAG. Applicants requiring an accommodation due to a disability during any stage of the recruitment and selection process, including requesting this document and related application materials in an alternative format, should make their needs known by contacting Human Resources at (619) 699-1900, (619) 699-1904 (TTY), fax (619) 699-6905, or firstname.lastname@example.org Application Supplement To help us further evaluate the skills and experience of individuals interested in this position, applicants are asked to respond to the Supplemental Questions below. The information can be up to 500 words per question and should be submitted with the Employment Application. This is considered a required component of the application; applications received without a response will be screened out of the selection process. Supplemental Questions 1. Please describe why it is important for SANDAG to have both public information and public involvement programs. 2. Provide an overview of a project you have been involved in. What was your role in the project and what would you consider your most significant contribution to the project? Candidate Selection and Notification Following the first review date for applications, all candidates will receive written confirmation that their application has been received. The hiring manager will begin reviewing and evaluating applications within a few days of the first review date. The best qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the selection process. All candidates will receive written notification as to the final outcome of their application. Further Information The SANDAG website contains a wealth of information about our various project and program areas. The Careers section of the site lists all of our current Job Openings as well as information on how to apply for positions and Frequently Asked Questions about our recruitment process. In compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, applicants hired by SANDAG must show acceptable proof of identity and evidence of authorization to work in the United States. SANDAG is an Equal Opportunity Employer.