Employment Opportunities 11-13-19

South Fayette Twp.
School District
Director of Student Support Services
Complete job description is available at:
www.southfayette.org
South Fayette Twp. School District
3680 Old Oakdale Road
McDonald, PA 15057
Deadline: November 22, 2019 or Until Position is Filled
EOE

 

 

Director – Legal and Consulting Services
Port Authority is seeking a Director – Legal and Consulting Services to manage the functions and day-to-day operation of the Legal and Consulting Services Department. Represent and supervise Department attorneys representing Port Authority in litigation, procurement, and real estate matters, and participate with Chief Legal Officer in supervision of Department attorneys representing Port Authority in employment/human resources, tort/litigation, RTK and various other matters. Supervise Department attorneys and staff on completion of assignments in all areas of Authority business and governance. Oversees work product of outside counsel on assigned matters. In coordination with Chief Legal Officer, set annual and long-term Department goals and objectives. Assist Chief Legal Officer with Legal Department budgeting and financial performance matters, as needed.
Essential Functions:
•Supervises Port Authority’s Legal and Consulting Services Department attorneys and other staff, which includes day-to-day oversight, annual performance evaluations and ensuring attorneys and staff attend required continuing professional education and other internal and external training and professional development programs and courses.
•Represent and supervise Department attorneys in representation of Port Authority in litigation matters in state and federal courts and administrative agencies and bodies.
•Assigns and supervises Department attorneys and outside counsel (with input from Chief Legal Officer on significant outside counsel assignments) to legal matters and cases, including monitoring of case or assignment through review, strategic planning and completion.
Job requirements include:
•Degree of Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and member in good standing of the Pennsylvania Bar.
•Valid license to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
•Admission to the courts of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
•Minimum of seven (7) years supervisory and practical experience in handling litigation and transactional matters and supervising other legal personnel in completion of same.
•Ability to review and analyze outside counsel and other legal fees incurred by Port Authority.
•Demonstrated knowledge of government contract and procurement law and Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law, with at least five (5) years of experience handling such matters.
•Demonstrated knowledge of real estate law, including zoning, land use and/or negotiation of right-of-way related agreements (licenses, easements, purchase and sale agreements, etc.), with at least five (5) years of experience handling such matters.
•General knowledge of tort and employment/Section 1983 law, with ability to supervise Department attorneys and outside counsel specialized in handling such matters.
•General knowledge of insurance and re-insurance processes and procedures, including demonstrated ability to supervise internal Insurance Administrator/Risk Manager and work directly with insurance brokers and carriers
•Demonstrated ability in the use of Microsoft Word, Windows, Outlook and Westlaw/LexisNexis or similar legal research programs or applications.
•Effective and professional communication skills
Preferred attributes:
•Experience working in an in-house legal department for a Pennsylvania government agency, public transit agency and/or private transportation company.

We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package. Interested candidates should forward a cover letter (with salary requirements) and resume to:
Robyn Taylor
Employment Department
345 Sixth Avenue, 3rd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-2527
RTaylor@portauthority.org
EOE

 

 

Director of Student Accounts/Bursar
California University of Pennsylvania seeks to hire a full-time director of Student Accounts/Bursar who will be responsible for the overall operation of the Student Accounts Office. The director is responsible for the billing and collection of over $100M annually in tuition, related fees, and room and board, and the maintenance of approximately 8,000 student accounts per semester, while maintaining an exemplary customer service orientation. A bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, finance or related field and five years of experience in billing and collection of accounts receivable is required. For a detailed job description, position requirements and instructions for application, visit www.calu.edu; click on Employment near the bottom of the page, then Staff Positions. All applicants must apply online. “Don’t settle for someone else’s vision of your life. Build your career at California University of Pennsylvania.”
Integrity, Civility and Responsibility are the official core values of
California University of Pennsylvania, an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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