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🔥 General Manager

Amusement Business
Indianapolis, IN 46268, USA

We are searching for an outgoing, tenured Manager to head our exciting amusement business. With decades of experience, we believe the success of our business is based on our Managers and the team they lead. We are looking for a business-minded leader... Read More

Job Title: General Manager Description: We are searching for an outgoing, tenured Manager to head our exciting amusement business. With decades of experience, we believe the success of our business is based on our Managers and the team they lead. We are looking for a business-minded leader that has the ability to execute programs and knows how to empower and build a strong team. The candidate will also bring innovative new ideas to the table and embrace this culture to drive the success of the facility like it is their own business. We are looking for an individual with proven leadership skills and past experience driving high revenues. Other expectations: Reliable transportation Full work availability - days, nights, weekends & holidays 3+ years of recent experiences managing/supervising This is a position where efforts and success will pay large dividends. We offer a competitive salary (salary requirements are encouraged), health benefits, dental, vision, paid vacation, paid holidays & 401k. If selected, you will receive a call directly from a company decision maker with the next steps. At this time, you will be able to ask any additional questions you may have. Salary Range: $45,000-$60,000/year Location: Near North-West Indianapolis **Individuals with hospitality or restaurant experience a plus**

🔥 Market Manager, Asset Management

NYCEDC
California, USA

NYCEDC's Asset Management Division manages real estate properties and non-traditional assets across all five boroughs of New York City. The Asset Management Revenue division pursues a double-bottom line strategy, targeting not just economic returns b... Read More

NYCEDC's Asset Management Division manages real estate properties and non-traditional assets across all five boroughs of New York City. The Asset Management Revenue division pursues a double-bottom line strategy, targeting not just economic returns but also multiple social metrics including, but not limited to, job creation, sustainability, thrive in place, affordability and cultural vitality. The assets are divided into multiple portfolios, each managed by a Portfolio Manager, with a Portfolio Surveillance group that monitors and enforces standards and practices across the division. The division-wide portfolio encompasses all property types including those that are standard in the real estate industry (Office, Retail, Multi-Family, Industrial) with individual Portfolio Managers also managing assets particular to the public sector and public/private partnerships (Maritime, Public Markets, Cultural Assets, Transportation Assets, Ferry and Cruise Portfolios). The goal for the public retail markets is to achieve the City's double bottom-line goals by: providing small business assistance to vendors, allowing them to thrive in place (anti-gentrification); promoting the market's unique history and role in the community to create a city-wide destination; providing access to affordable, healthy and diverse food options; and connecting the markets and vendors to the surrounding communities through events, programming and partnerships with local community stakeholders. Reporting to the Executive Director of Markets in the Retail & Markets portfolio of EDC's Asset Management Division, the position is responsible for the day-to-day management and programming of Moore Street Market in Brooklyn, NY. Responsibilities include on-site management of porters and security staff, liaising with appropriate maintenance and marketing staff, interfacing with existing and potential tenants/vendors (including managing tenant/vendor relations and enforcing Market rules), attracting and developing new business and community-based programs, fostering community relationships and curating on-site cultural and promotional activities, as well as assisting with leasing/permitting activities and performing some lease administration duties. This position requires fluency in both English and Spanish. The position will report to two separate locations: one to two days per week at NYCEDC's headquarters in downtown Manhattan and the (including some weekends) at the Moore Street Market office in Brooklyn, NY. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES This position will be responsible for all aspects of management, tenanting and cultural programming associated with the City's Moore Street retail market, which includes a public retail market building, a commercial kitchen building, a food incubator and bakery, a garden center, and a public plaza. Market Management – The position will be responsible for daily market management at Moore Street. This person will help identify marketing opportunities and generate ideas for events and programming at market. The ideal candidate will ensure plans are shared and communicated to all stakeholders so that market events and market operations are seamless in execution. This requires leadership, strong communication and at-market participation to help implement events and programming at market. It also requires off-site meetings at NYCEDC. Provides on-site communication between Market tenants/vendors and NYCEDC and ensures tenant/vendor compliance with Market rules, regulations and permits/leases. Establishes and maintains all record keeping necessary to ensure tenant/vendor compliance. Work with Legal Department to ensure that tenant/vendor compliance is appropriately enforced. Check in weekly with Executive Director of Markets to resolve market issues and plan events and programming. Programming and Community Relations – Generate a market programming schedule. Effectively plan, set-up and implement events at market. Provide on-site customer service, liase with vendors and vested interests to execute events and programming at the market. Conduct outreach to create and grow connections between La Marquet and the surrounding neighborhoods, including but not limited to, developing cultural event programming and the curation of vacant spaces within the market. Assists with the development and implementation of marketing efforts and other special events, including assisting, as directed, in obtaining goods and service required to execute such marketing efforts. Work with marketing department at NYCEDC to ensure branding, signage and promotional materials are on message. Be present at all marketing and special events at Moore Street Market and host such events, regardless of the days of the week or hours of the day such events take place. Participate in local community and economic development meetings and panels regarding retail at Moore Street Market. Leasing – Acts as the on-site liaison for prospective tenants/vendors and leasing/permitting operations. Maintains vacancy availability listings for distribution to brokers and others. Maintains NYCEDC's website with accurate information of current vacancies and other relevant content. Lead the recruitment of potential tenants, licensees, permittees, operators and/or concessionaires, which may include the development of Requests for Expressions of Interest (RFEIs) or Requests for Proposals (RFPs). Negotiates leases, licenses, permits, operating agreements and concessions, including specific deal terms, preparation of term sheets, proposals and counter proposals. Tenant Management and Relations – Interfaces with tenants, licensees, permittees, operators and/or concessionaires on all aspects of their agreements with the City and/or EDC, including rental payments, arrears, insurance, tenant improvements, inspections, defaults, billing disputes, etc. Legal and Due Diligence – Liaises with assigned attorneys for all pending transactions. Reviews negotiated term sheets and communicates relevant information to attorneys for lease/permit drafting. Insures that all legally and EDC-required documents are submitted for review and approval. Manages the procurement process for offering space, including working with the legal, contracting, and marketing departments and arranging tenant/vendor interviews. Manages internal background investigations process. Assists with credit analyses of prospective tenants/vendors. Budget and Forecasting – Assists in the preparation of quarterly revenue and expense budgets for assigned assets, including forecasting revenues, utility reimbursements, credits, etc. Operations and Maintenance – Diagnoses maintenance and repair problems and initiates appropriate actions. Works with Asset Management's Operations group to coordinate repairs, maintenance, improvements, and tenant/vendor compliance. Ensure tenant fit-out is in compliance with terms of lease, permit and building guidelines. Responds to emergencies as required on a 24/7 on-call basis. QUALIFICATIONS: Undergraduate degree or equivalent in facilities management, property management, urban planning, real estate, business or a related field. 2-5 years of experience in building management, commercial real estate, community programming/community development, and/or economic development. Excellent verbal and written communication skills required in both English and Spanish, including the ability to present to a wide variety of audiences. Dedication to customer service, client coverage and community involvement. Strong sense of urgency and responsibility to achieve deadlines and goals. Enterprising and resourceful, results oriented. Ability to manage projects against tight timelines with a proactive and collaborative style that works well in teams. General computer skills. Must have aptitude for learning and applying various financial computer programs. Adapts well to changing priorities and circumstances. Ability to work well in the field with minimal oversight. Highest degree of independent judgment, ability to identify and respond to work and circumstances as required without oversight and the ability to generate and implement new ideas. Knowledge of retail/public markets. Demonstrated experience in community/event programming. Food industry knowledge preffered. New York City residency is required within 180 days of hire. The New York City Economic Development Corporation is the City's primary vehicle for promoting economic growth in each of the five boroughs. NYCEDC's mission is to stimulate job growth through expansion and redevelopment programs that encourage investment, generate prosperity and strengthen the City's competitive position. NYCEDC serves as an advocate to the business community by building relationships with companies that allow them to take advantage of New York City's many opportunities. Additional information on NYCEDC can be found by visiting http://www.nycedc.com .

🔥 Controller - Window Manufacturing

Associated Materials
3773 State Rd, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223, USA

Reporting up through the Manufacturing Finance Group, this position is responsible for the financial management of our 6 Window Manufacturing facilities located in Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Kinston, NC, Yuma AZ, Fife WA, Lambeth ON and Cedar Rapids, IA. Th... Read More

Reporting up through the Manufacturing Finance Group, this position is responsible for the financial management of our 6 Window Manufacturing facilities located in Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Kinston, NC, Yuma AZ, Fife WA, Lambeth ON and Cedar Rapids, IA. This position is based out of our Corporate Headquarters in Cuyahoga Falls, OH. It will require travel to the plant locations on an as needed basis. RESPONSIBILITIES: Month-end close activities including financial statements, variance analysis, and account reconciliations. Weekly/daily measurement of key performance indicators. Coordination and preparation of annual budget and weekly forecast. Maintain the plant’s internal controls program. Prepare ad hoc financial analysis support to the VP-Finance, plant managers and Windows VP. Responsible for accurate & timely recording of all costs to the general ledger. Be a key member of the Windows management team, driving improvement. Supervises 4 plant controllers & one analyst, as well as working directly with the Siding Division Controller. Analyze, (and assist in preparing as needed), plant capital investment requests. Responsible for maintaining fixed asset tagging system. Responsible for annual/quarterly inventory counts and weekly cycle count program. Maintain accurate coding of inventory transactions to the general ledger. Qualifications Bachelor degree in Accounting, CPA/MBA Plus 8-10 years progressive accounting experience, preferable in a manufacturing environment. Previous controller experience a plus

🔥 Certified Associate in Project Management - Trainer

McLean Intelligent Workforce
California, USA

We are seeking a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Trainer to become an integral part of our team! You will design and conduct training programs to improve individual and organizational performance. Responsibilities: Implement in-per... Read More

We are seeking a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Trainer to become an integral part of our team! You will design and conduct training programs to improve individual and organizational performance. Responsibilities: Implement in-person and electronic training programs focused on individual performance Develop training initiatives and strategies to improve organizational performance Maintain training checklists and records Conduct new hire orientation sessions Survey employees and managers to determine training needs and desired results Qualifications: Previous experience in training, project management, or other related fields Ability to build rapport with trainees Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong presentation Certification: Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Interested? Apply on this link! https://goo.gl/vdxEcG

Operations Assistant Manager - Hiring Now!

Fortified Ventures
San Francisco, CA, USA

The Operations Assistant Manager will work independently, perform various assignments assigned by the Operations Manager while directly supervising a team of drivers. One of the most fundamental aspects in this role will be leading a efficient operat... Read More

The Operations Assistant Manager will work independently, perform various assignments assigned by the Operations Manager while directly supervising a team of drivers. One of the most fundamental aspects in this role will be leading a efficient operations, driver and load trucks as needed, and essentially, assisting the Operations Manager by multi-tasking and complete assignments timely. A great growth opportunity for a dedicated, reliable, and a hard-working individual.