As a member of a highly visible team, the potential candidate will have the opportunity to make a real difference to the business. As such, we are looking for an enthusiastic technologist, with a good appreciation of clean and efficient code, a keen eye on detail and who is motivated to work on a broad range of technologies in a wide range of business areas.
You will work with engineering and support teams located locally and abroad while still providing direct, on-keyboard impact. By demonstrating and promoting Fidelity and agile leadership behaviors, you will evolve and sustain an innovative agile culture. You and your team will build, operate, and continuously improve the application services that our customer facing representatives use daily.
Fidelity Center for Applied Technology (FCAT) has the mission to catalyze innovation for Fidelity and our clients and supports the entire Fidelity businesses. Within FCAT there is a group developing a brand-new brokerage trading platform called Green Meadows.
Candidates will demonstrate openness to innovative instructional strategies, a willingness for continuous professional development, and a continuous improvement plan to stay abreast of industry needs in curriculum design and delivery. Teaching expertise in areas such as cybersecurity, secure application development, security operation, or risk management is desirable. Rank will be commensurate with the final candidate’s credentials and experience.
Candidates should have experience teaching in both face-to-face and 100% online formats at undergraduate and graduate levels. Ideally, candidates will have a demonstrable record of incorporating applied/hands-on learning experiences into their courses.
The Technology, Leadership, and Innovation Management program (TLIM) at the University of Houston seeks qualified candidates for a full time, tenure-track open rank faculty position. The preferred candidate must possess outstanding academic credentials that clearly demonstrate the ability to conduct independent and successful research in areas related to project and team leadership, organizational behavior/change, management/operations, information systems, and technological innovation.
As our Cultural Arts Manager, you will manage the City of Sugar Land’s Public Art Plan. You will be expected to promote cooperation and collaboration amongst the local and regional cultural arts communities by facilitating public discussions on issues affecting the arts community and respond to and participate in community events related to arts and culture.
Oversee agreement compliance by maintaining a list of active tax abatement agreements, performance agreements, and Chapter 380 Agreements. Ensure compliance and communicate with businesses, Fort Bend CAD or other City departments as necessary. Ensure companies are up to date on their requirements and enforce provisions of agreements when necessary.
The ideal candidate will possess inner drive and enthusiasm for municipal public service. They seek to exceed expectations, can learn new skills quickly and accurately, and are active problem solvers. They can identify process improvements and are able to think creatively outside of the box. They are positive, proactive, and emotionally intelligent. They can see the big picture, but are also flexible, analytical, highly organized, and detail-oriented.
You will be enabling the development and implementation of the Gas Transmission and Midstream (GTM) Integrated Management System (IMS); developing effective and efficient processes to fulfill management system requirements and proposing ideas for continual improvement. You will be an integral member of the GTM IMS Team, which plays an overall governance role within GTM. A significant portion of this role involves interfacing with internal stakeholders, particularly with senior leaders, within Enbridge.