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  • Riverside, California, The Information Security Office (ISO) Risk Manager oversees core information security functions in the risk, compliance and outreach areas for the university. The ISO Risk Manager is responsible for establishing and maintaining an enterprise-wide information security risk management program to support the adequate protection of university's information assets. This position is responsible for leading a team and a program for identifying, evaluating, and reporting on information security risks in a manner that meets compliance and regulatory requirements, and aligns with and supports the risk posture of the enterprise. This includes the establishment of formal guidelines for secure technologies, architectures, and programs, such as: GRC tool, vendor risk assessments, PCI compliance, unit/department risk assessments, etc. This position will work with the CISO and other ISO managers to develop, manage, and report on risk metrics at all levels within the university. It will also proactively work with business units to implement practices that meet defined policies and standards for information security. The ISO Risk Manager also oversees a variety of IT-related risk management activities, as well as outreach, and compliance activities. This position is classified as remote with occasional visits to the campus as needed. Working hours will be based on Pacific Standard Time (PST). The maximum budgeted annual salary for this position is $131,100. As a condition of employment, you will be required to comply with the University of California SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Vaccination Program Policy. All Covered Individuals under the policy must provide proof of Full Vaccination or, if applicable, submit a request for Exception (based on Medical Exemption, Disability, and/or Religious Objection) or Deferral (based on pregnancy) no later than the applicable deadline. For new University of California employees, the applicable deadline is eight weeks after their first date of employment. Education Requirements Degree Requirement Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience with an emphasis in computer science, data processing, computer information systems, or in a related field. Required Experience Requirements Experience Requirement 6 - 10 years of related experience. Required Previous supervisory/managerial experience. Preferred License Requirements Certification Requirements Certification Requirement CISSP Preferred CRISC Preferred Educational Condition Requirements Condition Requirement Key Responsibilities Description % Time Responsible for supervising the daily activities of IT security analysts who plan, design, develop, implement and maintain systems and programs to insure the integrity, reliability and security of data and systems. 30 Assesses the impact on the organization caused by theft, destruction, alteration, or denial of access to information. 15 Collaborates across the central IT (ITS), Security Leads across campus, and the campus community, as well as across the UC system on developing, maintaining, and communicating information security best practices. 15 Designs and implements security policies to control access to systems. 5 Develops and implements standards for appropriate security checkpoints and encryption methods. 5 Supervises the development of methods and procedures on new assignments and provides leadership to other members of department. 5 Recommends changes to department policies and procedures to enhance effectiveness of functional area. 5 Participates in developing and monitoring operational and budget processes, staff FTE, finance, human resources and space planning. 5 Participates in the development and monitoring of policies and procedures for department or department operations. 5 Recommends hiring of new employees, salary actions, terminations, and performance ratings. 5 Required to participate in ongoing professional development, training and educations. 5 Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge/Skill/Ability Requirement Advanced knowledge of the IT security function. Required Expert knowledge of data encryption technologies. Required Advanced knowledge of IT security. Required Excellent verbal and written communication, quantitative and analytical skills. Required Excellent critical thinking, persuasion/negotiation, mentoring, leadership/management and problem solving abilities. Required Demonstrated knowledge of secure hardware, software and network design techniques. Required Broad knowledge of other areas of IT. Required Human Resources policies and procedures. relating to management responsibilities. Required Demonstrated skill in managing technical staff. Required Knowledge of department processes and procedures. Preferred Special Requirements & Conditions Special Condition Requirement Must pass a background check. Required Occasional travel for university related business meetings, conferences and/or professional development. Required Travel Outside of Normal Business Hours Required Other Special Requirements & Conditions   Level of Supervision Received Direction Environment Working Environment Remote with occasional visits to the UCR campus as necessary. Other Requirements Items Used Standard Office Equipment Computer Printer Copier Scanner Calculator Physical Requirements Bend : N/A Sit : Constantly Squat : N/A Stand : Occasionally Crawl : N/A Walk : Occasionally Climb : N/A Mental Requirements Read/Comprehend : Constantly Write : Frequently Perform Calculations : Frequently Communicate Orally : Constantly Reason & Analyze : Constantly Environmental Requirements Is exposed to excessive noise : No Is around moving machinery : No Is exposed to marked changes in temperature and/or humidity : No Drives motorized equipment : No Works in confined quarters : No Dust : No Fumes : No Critical Position Is Critical Position: Yes   Apply Here PI154943111
  • Los Angeles, California, Pillsbury’s 2022 1L Fellowship for Advancing Diversity in the Profession offers the following: A paid summer associate position (typically 10 weeks) in one of Pillsbury’s U.S. offices during the summer of 2022. The opportunity to participate in the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) 1L Scholars Program.* For 1L Fellows successfully completing their summer with Pillsbury, the opportunity to return to Pillsbury in a paid 2L summer associate position. Up to a $40,000 award as follows: 1L Fellows who receive and accept an offer to return as a 2L Pillsbury summer associate will receive a $15,000 award to help defray the cost of law school. Those Fellows who then also successfully complete their 2L summer with Pillsbury, and receive and accept an offer to return as an associate with Pillsbury after graduation from law school, will receive another $25,000 award. APPLICATION PROCESS Eligibility 1L law students are encouraged to apply who: Are enrolled full-time at an ABA-accredited law school. Come from a background that would contribute to Pillsbury’s diversity and inclusion goals and would add to the advancement of diversity in the legal industry due to their life experiences, socioeconomic background, personal attributes or characteristics and regardless of race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or other protected characteristic or condition. Are U.S. citizens or otherwise authorized to work in the United States. Are likely to practice after graduation in one of Pillsbury’s U.S. offices. Will not be the recipient of a diversity award or scholarship from another law firm paid between January 1 and August 31 of the year in which the student will work with Pillsbury. Selection 1L Fellowship recipients will be selected based on a combination of the following factors: Strength of the applicant’s personal statement. A demonstrated commitment to advancing diversity and inclusivity within the legal community, and a desire to contribute to the firm’s diversity goals. Strong undergraduate and law school academic performance. Personal achievement, including demonstrated success in facing or overcoming obstacles. Demonstrated leadership ability. A strong base of oral and written communication skills. Desire and commitment to excel as a lawyer in a large, private firm practice environment. Application Requirements To apply, applicants must timely provide: A completed 1L Fellowship application form. A cover letter identifying the office(s) to which the candidate is applying. A current resume. Official undergraduate and law school transcripts (once available). A personal statement addressing the topic stated in the application form. Details :  Applications will be reviewed on a continuing basis until positions are filled or until January 31, 2022, with priority given to submissions received by December 31, 2021.  Applications must be emailed to:  pillsbury1lfellow@pillsburylaw.com Questions may be directed to Rohonda Williams, at Rohonda.williams@pillsburylaw.com *Pillsbury is a member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD).  The LCLD 1L Scholars Program is designed to strengthen the legal pipeline by expanding the number of opportunities for diverse first-year law students.  1L students receive valuable professional training, including on the value of building relationships and networks with LCLD member organizations.  
  • San Francisco, California, Pillsbury’s 2022 1L Fellowship for Advancing Diversity in the Profession offers the following: A paid summer associate position (typically 10 weeks) in one of Pillsbury’s U.S. offices during the summer of 2022. The opportunity to participate in the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) 1L Scholars Program.* For 1L Fellows successfully completing their summer with Pillsbury, the opportunity to return to Pillsbury in a paid 2L summer associate position. Up to a $40,000 award as follows: 1L Fellows who receive and accept an offer to return as a 2L Pillsbury summer associate will receive a $15,000 award to help defray the cost of law school. Those Fellows who then also successfully complete their 2L summer with Pillsbury, and receive and accept an offer to return as an associate with Pillsbury after graduation from law school, will receive another $25,000 award. APPLICATION PROCESS Eligibility 1L law students are encouraged to apply who: Are enrolled full-time at an ABA-accredited law school. Come from a background that would contribute to Pillsbury’s diversity and inclusion goals and would add to the advancement of diversity in the legal industry due to their life experiences, socioeconomic background, personal attributes or characteristics and regardless of race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or other protected characteristic or condition. Are U.S. citizens or otherwise authorized to work in the United States. Are likely to practice after graduation in one of Pillsbury’s U.S. offices. Will not be the recipient of a diversity award or scholarship from another law firm paid between January 1 and August 31 of the year in which the student will work with Pillsbury. Selection 1L Fellowship recipients will be selected based on a combination of the following factors: Strength of the applicant’s personal statement. A demonstrated commitment to advancing diversity and inclusivity within the legal community, and a desire to contribute to the firm’s diversity goals. Strong undergraduate and law school academic performance. Personal achievement, including demonstrated success in facing or overcoming obstacles. Demonstrated leadership ability. A strong base of oral and written communication skills. Desire and commitment to excel as a lawyer in a large, private firm practice environment. Application Requirements To apply, applicants must timely provide: A completed 1L Fellowship application form. A cover letter identifying the office(s) to which the candidate is applying. A current resume. Official undergraduate and law school transcripts (once available). A personal statement addressing the topic stated in the application form. Details :  Applications will be reviewed on a continuing basis until positions are filled or until January 31, 2022, with priority given to submissions received by December 31, 2021.  Applications must be emailed to:  pillsbury1lfellow@pillsburylaw.com Questions may be directed to Rohonda Williams, at Rohonda.williams@pillsburylaw.com   *Pillsbury is a member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD).  The LCLD 1L Scholars Program is designed to strengthen the legal pipeline by expanding the number of opportunities for diverse first-year law students.  1L students receive valuable professional training, including on the value of building relationships and networks with LCLD member organizations.
  • Silicon Valley, California, Pillsbury’s 2022 1L Fellowship for Advancing Diversity in the Profession offers the following: A paid summer associate position (typically 10 weeks) in one of Pillsbury’s U.S. offices during the summer of 2022. The opportunity to participate in the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) 1L Scholars Program.* For 1L Fellows successfully completing their summer with Pillsbury, the opportunity to return to Pillsbury in a paid 2L summer associate position. Up to a $40,000 award as follows: 1L Fellows who receive and accept an offer to return as a 2L Pillsbury summer associate will receive a $15,000 award to help defray the cost of law school. Those Fellows who then also successfully complete their 2L summer with Pillsbury, and receive and accept an offer to return as an associate with Pillsbury after graduation from law school, will receive another $25,000 award. APPLICATION PROCESS Eligibility 1L law students are encouraged to apply who: Are enrolled full-time at an ABA-accredited law school. Come from a background that would contribute to Pillsbury’s diversity and inclusion goals and would add to the advancement of diversity in the legal industry due to their life experiences, socioeconomic background, personal attributes or characteristics and regardless of race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or other protected characteristic or condition. Are U.S. citizens or otherwise authorized to work in the United States. Are likely to practice after graduation in one of Pillsbury’s U.S. offices. Will not be the recipient of a diversity award or scholarship from another law firm paid between January 1 and August 31 of the year in which the student will work with Pillsbury. Selection 1L Fellowship recipients will be selected based on a combination of the following factors: Strength of the applicant’s personal statement. A demonstrated commitment to advancing diversity and inclusivity within the legal community, and a desire to contribute to the firm’s diversity goals. Strong undergraduate and law school academic performance. Personal achievement, including demonstrated success in facing or overcoming obstacles. Demonstrated leadership ability. A strong base of oral and written communication skills. Desire and commitment to excel as a lawyer in a large, private firm practice environment. Application Requirements To apply, applicants must timely provide: A completed 1L Fellowship application form. A cover letter identifying the office(s) to which the candidate is applying. A current resume. Official undergraduate and law school transcripts (once available). A personal statement addressing the topic stated in the application form. Details :  Applications will be reviewed on a continuing basis until positions are filled or until January 31, 2022, with priority given to submissions received by December 31, 2021.  Applications must be emailed to:  pillsbury1lfellow@pillsburylaw.com Questions may be directed to Rohonda Williams, at Rohonda.williams@pillsburylaw.com   *Pillsbury is a member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD).  The LCLD 1L Scholars Program is designed to strengthen the legal pipeline by expanding the number of opportunities for diverse first-year law students.  1L students receive valuable professional training, including on the value of building relationships and networks with LCLD member organizations.
  • Lake Forest, California, If you are a talented, dedicated, and a hardworking individual who sees a reflection of yourself in our  Core Values , we invite you to come take a look at Core Health & Fitness; what can we build together? We are currently seeking a Product Development/Quality Administrator to join our growing organization. The Product Development/Quality Administrator is responsible for supporting quality management and engineering systems/procedures for current and new products. Supports Product Development teams with various administrative tasks, including maintaining files and records and placing/tracking material request. Responsible for coordinating general office supplies activities. Essential Functions / Major Responsibilities Run basic inventory reports from Oracle Support Quality Inspection Request Manges quality control inventory reports Support rework request Review RMA for accuracy of disposition Work with Data Management to Support Engineering Product data entry/management Support New Product Development as needed (assemble products, basic troubleshoot, parts replacement) Support general office supplies (paper, toner, etc.) Manages office and cafeteria supplies Other duties as assigned. Specific Job Requirements Key Knowledge and Skill Factors Demonstrates time management skills, the ability to multi-task and the ability to adjust to changing priorities in a fast-paced environment. Demonstrates ability to collaborate well with others and manage initiatives cross-functionally throughout a business. Excellent communication, analytical, troubleshooting, interpersonal and organizational skills are required. Ability to travel up to 20% between corporate headquarters and local satellite offices to work in-person with cross-functional teams. Ability to use basic tools (hands on mechanically inclined) Strong Problem Solving and Trouble Shooting abilities. Knowledge of Corrective and Preventive Action programs a plus. Ability to work with minimal supervision, wiliness to learn new skills and behaviors, self-motivated reliable team player. Ability to lift 40 lbs. Ability to work mandatory overtime.   Core Health & Fitness is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, creed, disabled veteran status, marital status, or Vietnam-era veteran status. If you are a person with a disability and you need assistance in applying for a position with Core Health & Fitness, please contact our Human Resources Department directly at hr@corehandf.com and assistance will be provided. Education and Experience Requirements High school Diploma or GED; MS Office training/certification a plus Good MS Office experience, emphasis in Excel Basic understanding of reading Engineering prints Basic knowledge of inspection and measurement tools (calipers, micrometers, rulers, etc.). Working knowledge of mechanics tools (torque wrench, adjustable wrench, pulley removers, etc.). Local candidates preferred. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.

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