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Asset Protection
Asset Protection Coordinator - District 6 - Santa Rosa area
Under general supervision, monitors compliance with Asset Protection and company policies and practices. Colleagues in this job classification will conduct routine monitoring, audits, surveillance, routine to moderately complex investigations and training on Asset Protection policies and practices. This job classification requires basic knowledge of asset protection practices and procedures and the ability to conduct investigations while maintaining confidentiality of sensitive information. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES 1. Conducts routine monitoring, audits and surveillance to ensure compliance with Asset Protection and company policies and practices. Reports discoveries to applicable site management and department Manager and Lead Asset Protection Coordinator. a. Reviews system alerts, video and applicable site records for possible fraud activity. b. Monitors and oversees the use of video surveillance equipment to ensure compliance to policy. c. Monitors locking and alarm systems. d. Monitors colleague compliance with cash handling and asset protection policies and procedures. Conducts surveillance of colleagues when directed by Lead Asset Protection Coordinator or department management. e. Monitors factors related to colleague and customer safety by reporting hazards, checking fire equipment, monitoring emergency exit/access functions, checking disaster kits and investigating accidents. f. Monitors physical security of buildings including inspecting locks and alarms, performing exterior checks of buildings, receiving door access, roof access and other areas. g. Monitors receiving procedures via audits, surveillance and spot-checking of vendors and suppliers. h. Conducts periodic audits and surveillance of vendors and suppliers. i. Conducts periodic site audits targeting high shrink and vulnerable areas. j. Researches, detects, observes, monitors and reports violations. k. Completes Asset Protection checklists. Documents and prepares reports of findings. l. Maintains accurate, complete and up-to-date records of routine monitoring, audits and surveillance. m. Communicates findings to applicable site management to identify and resolve routine to moderately complex security-related concerns. Informs Lead Asset Protection Coordinator of site activity and specific areas requiring attention. 2. Conducts routine to moderately complex investigations utilizing sound Asset Protection practices. Maintains communication with department management regarding investigation results. a. Investigates incidents of internal, external and vendor theft and fraud, vandalism, non-fraud policy violations and other crime-related actions. b. Detains suspects and processes them per company policy. c. Investigates non-fraud policy violations. d. Conducts workers’ compensation investigations by interviewing colleagues and documenting activities in support of claims management. e. Researches and gathers data on worker’s compensation cases, credit card, check and refund fraud and other areas of potential risk. f. Conducts interviews and collects evidence. 3. Conducts training on Asset Protection policies and procedures at New Hire Orientations and as needed. Trains new Coordinators on Asset Protection policies and procedures. 4. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS 1. Demonstrates a high level of integrity in execution of position responsibilities. 2. Prepares accurate and up-to-date records for site asset protection activity. 3. Maintains ongoing communication with site and department management. 4. Maintains professional working relationships with internal and external contacts. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: • High School Diploma or G.E.D. and zero (0) to three (3) years of experience in retail asset protection, or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: • Basic knowledge of asset protection practices and procedures. • Basic knowledge of security and surveillance systems and equipment. • Basic knowledge of local, state and federal penal codes dealing with theft, fraud, powers of arrest and other regulations. SKILLS/ABILITIES: • Ability to operate office equipment, a personal computer and related software applications including word processing and spreadsheet applications. • Ability to be flexible with changing work priorities. • Ability to maintain confidentiality of information and objectively report findings. • Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills. • Ability to communicate effectively with store management; maintain effective working relationships. • Ability to conduct investigations, interview suspects and report findings. • Ability to perform site assessments/audits and communicate findings to applicable management. • Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines. • Good problem solving skills. • Ability to remain calm and handle/confront physical and emotional situations. • Ability to work a varied schedule that may include nights and weekends. CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED Valid Driver’s License PHYSICAL DEMANDS - Employees may occasionally experience the following physical demands for extended periods of time: • Sitting • Viewing computer/video monitor • Occasionally bend, stoop to life boxes or equipment up to 25 lbs and move shoplifters up to 200 lbs. • Move and climb ladders. Install and remove equipment from ladders. • Approach and escort shoplifters. • Read and write reports. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work may be performed at any store, distribution center or corporate location, including catwalks, backrooms and perimeters of buildings. Frequent travel to other locations. Exposure to extreme cold or heat and changing weather conditions. Work in confined spaces. Work any hours on short notice, including days, nights and weekends.
Location: District 6 - Santa Rosa
Available thru: 04/27/14
Asset Protection Coordinator (Sacramento)
POSITION PURPOSE Under general supervision, monitors compliance with Asset Protection and company policies and practices. Colleagues in this job classification will conduct routine monitoring, audits, surveillance, routine to moderately complex investigations and training on Asset Protection policies and practices. This job classification requires basic knowledge of asset protection practices and procedures and the ability to conduct investigations while maintaining confidentiality of sensitive information. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES 1. Conducts routine monitoring, audits and surveillance to ensure compliance with Asset Protection and company policies and practices. Reports discoveries to applicable site management and department Manager and Lead Asset Protection Coordinator. a. Reviews system alerts, video and applicable site records for possible fraud activity. b. Monitors and oversees the use of video surveillance equipment to ensure compliance to policy. c. Monitors locking and alarm systems. d. Monitors colleague compliance with cash handling and asset protection policies and procedures. Conducts surveillance of colleagues when directed by Lead Asset Protection Coordinator or department management. e. Monitors factors related to colleague and customer safety by reporting hazards, checking fire equipment, monitoring emergency exit/access functions, checking disaster kits and investigating accidents. f. Monitors physical security of buildings including inspecting locks and alarms, performing exterior checks of buildings, receiving door access, roof access and other areas. g. Monitors receiving procedures via audits, surveillance and spot-checking of vendors and suppliers. h. Conducts periodic audits and surveillance of vendors and suppliers. i. Conducts periodic site audits targeting high shrink and vulnerable areas. j. Researches, detects, observes, monitors and reports violations. k. Completes Asset Protection checklists. Documents and prepares reports of findings. l. Maintains accurate, complete and up-to-date records of routine monitoring, audits and surveillance. m. Communicates findings to applicable site management to identify and resolve routine to moderately complex security-related concerns. Informs Lead Asset Protection Coordinator of site activity and specific areas requiring attention. 2. Conducts routine to moderately complex investigations utilizing sound Asset Protection practices. Maintains communication with department management regarding investigation results. a. Investigates incidents of internal, external and vendor theft and fraud, vandalism, non-fraud policy violations and other crime-related actions. b. Detains suspects and processes them per company policy. c. Investigates non-fraud policy violations. d. Conducts workers’ compensation investigations by interviewing colleagues and documenting activities in support of claims management. e. Researches and gathers data on worker’s compensation cases, credit card, check and refund fraud and other areas of potential risk. f. Conducts interviews and collects evidence. 3. Conducts training on Asset Protection policies and procedures at New Hire Orientations and as needed. Trains new Coordinators on Asset Protection policies and procedures. 4. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS 1. Demonstrates a high level of integrity in execution of position responsibilities. 2. Prepares accurate and up-to-date records for site asset protection activity. 3. Maintains ongoing communication with site and department management. 4. Maintains professional working relationships with internal and external contacts. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: • High School Diploma or G.E.D. and zero (0) to three (3) years of experience in retail asset protection, or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: • Basic knowledge of asset protection practices and procedures. • Basic knowledge of security and surveillance systems and equipment. • Basic knowledge of local, state and federal penal codes dealing with theft, fraud, powers of arrest and other regulations. SKILLS/ABILITIES: • Ability to operate office equipment, a personal computer and related software applications including word processing and spreadsheet applications. • Ability to be flexible with changing work priorities. • Ability to maintain confidentiality of information and objectively report findings. • Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills. • Ability to communicate effectively with store management; maintain effective working relationships. • Ability to conduct investigations, interview suspects and report findings. • Ability to perform site assessments/audits and communicate findings to applicable management. • Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines. • Good problem solving skills. • Ability to remain calm and handle/confront physical and emotional situations. • Ability to work a varied schedule that may include nights and weekends. CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED Valid Driver’s License PHYSICAL DEMANDS - Employees may occasionally experience the following physical demands for extended periods of time: • Sitting • Viewing computer/video monitor • Occasionally bend, stoop to life boxes or equipment up to 25 lbs and move shoplifters up to 200 lbs. • Move and climb ladders. Install and remove equipment from ladders. • Approach and escort shoplifters. • Read and write reports. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work may be performed at any store, distribution center or corporate location, including catwalks, backrooms and perimeters of buildings. Frequent travel to other locations. Exposure to extreme cold or heat and changing weather conditions. Work in confined spaces. Work any hours on short notice, including days, nights and weekends.
Location: Sacramento, CA
Available thru: 04/24/14
Distribution Center
Distribution Center Clerk II
Under general supervision, to provide administrative support and perform specialized clerical assignments for assigned department(s) in one or more specialty functions of the Distribution Center including monitoring various warehouse management systems. This job classification requires general knowledge of general clerical practices and procedures including scheduling systems, transportation applications and the ability to perform clerical support functions in an accurate and timely manner. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES 1. *Provides administrative support to assigned department(s); performs general clerical assignments. 2. *Maintains a variety of databases, registers, files, records and documents. 3. *Makes telephone contact with customers, vendors and main office to maintain communication levels. 4. *Monitors various warehouse management systems. 5. *Specialized clerical assignments/responsibilities as assigned in one or more of the following areas. a. Traffic • Schedules non-Raley’s trucks for delivery to the Distribution Center with various vendors. Negotiates with trucking lines to ensure proper timing of deliveries in order to maximize the labor scheduling efforts. Maintains and distributes accurate receiving records to supervisors. • Reviews freight billings for accuracy and forwards to accounting for payment. • Coordinates the pick-up of produce from brokers, sheds and shippers by dispatching non-Raley’s trucks in a timely manner. b. Shipping/Receiving • Creates and sends invoices for store deliveries and issues credits or charges for store returns and overages. • Researches and responds to inquiries from store personnel on shipments and returned products. Adjusts standard orders and arranges for express orders to be delivered. • Prepares VoCollect units for selection crew and checks-in units at the end of the shift. • Enters purchase orders and other data into a computer database, validates data and generates reports. c. Inventory • Maintains inventory system including selections and letdowns. • Performs inventory and slot maintenance duties. Sets up new item numbers in the computer system. 6. *The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS 1. Maintains accurate records. 2. Performs specialized clerical assignments in an accurate and timely manner. 3. Provides excellent customer service and support to internal and external contacts. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: • High School Diploma or G.E.D. plus one (1) year of related work experience in applicable specialty function (i.e. traffic, transportation, shipping/receiving, inventory). REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: • Knowledge of general clerical practices, methods, and procedures. • Knowledge of Microsoft office applications. • Familiarity with warehouse management systems. SKILLS/ABILITIES: • Computer skills including word processing and spreadsheet applications. • Ability to use a 10-key by touch at a fast speed. • Ability to perform accurate math calculations, effectively use and maintain a variety of filing systems and records. • Ability to accurately type at a speed required for successful job performance. • Ability to generate work in an accurate and timely manner. • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; maintains effective working relationships. • Good customer service and telephone skills. • Demonstrated organizational, problem solving and analytical skills. CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED Not applicable. PHYSICAL DEMANDS - Employees may occasionally experiences the following physical demands for extended periods of time: • Sitting. • Viewing computer monitor. • Keyboarding. • Bending/stooping to lift heavy boxes of up to 25 pounds. • Talking/listening on telephone. WORK ENVIRONMENT Worked is performed in a business office environment with 24/7 operations. Occasional exposure to temperature changes. Work around forklifts and other power equipment.
Location: Distribution Center
Available thru: 04/30/14
Information Services
Business Process Analyst II (Merch BPX - F&R)
Under limited supervision, performs a variety of complex analysis and functional IT support in the area assigned (e.g. Project Management Office, SAP Function/Configuration). Possesses deep subject matter expertise of functional area combined with substantial IT applications and system experience. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES 1. Creates, captures, documents and delivers business requirements. a. Participates in workflow analysis and other business process analysis to identify and clarify requirements, problems and solutions/opportunities. b. Communicates with project stakeholders using data and process models to clarify and validate requirements. c. Arrives at sound decisions through a logical, analytical process. Proposes solutions resulting from extensive analysis and research. d. For Project Management Office specialists: uses group and collaborative facilitation techniques and methods for collecting requirements, including but not limited to brainstorming, Solution/Fit workshops, Joint Application Development (JAD) sessions, Rapid Application Development (RAD) sessions, structured walkthroughs. 2. Creates, publishes, distributes, and ensures sign-off of the business requirements document (BRD). a. Documents regulatory, business, user, functional and non-functional requirements that establish the baseline and starting point for change control based on the as-is state and to-be model. b. Ensures that systems comply with all applicable, regulatory directives. 3. Reviews, approves and supports Application testing by review of complex test scenarios and scripts. a. Confirms the integrity of all business requirements and validates whether the requirements have been met. b. Utilizes traceability matrix tools for tracking requirements through to test. 4. Actively works with the PMO Manager, Project Managers and/or the Business Relationship Managers to manage the expectations of business stakeholders. 5. Develops end-user training content for use in instructor-led and technology-based training. 6. Builds constructive relationships and wins the trust of business and IT stakeholders. Interacts seamlessly with both business and IT professionals. Effectively collaborates with team members. Demonstrates IT fluency. 7. Specialty function responsibilities as assigned: a. Project/PMO Area (Business Project Analyst) i. Assigned to projects of a small or medium size and duration and manages the projects to completion. ii. Perform impact analyses on requested changes to requirements. Quantifies, monitors and manages all changes to requirements. iii. Provides effective solutions b. SAP Configuration (Business Process Analyst) i. Provides application function al support and implementation in SAP Applications R/3 in assigned module areas of FI-Finance (AP/AR, Assets/Projects, GL/CO) or Merchandising (Retail, POSDM, F&R, Store Operations). ii. Provides subject matter expertise for Data Management and Data Governance role-mapping for in-scope Business Units and Functional Areas. 8. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS 1. Captures, documents and delivers requirements with a high level of customer satisfaction. 2. Provides effective solutions for complex business needs. 3. Displays a keen understanding of strategic business priorities. 4. Executes within the Raley’s Project Management process and methodology. 5. Fosters and develops working relationships with business and Information Services colleagues resulting in trust and integrity. 6. Manages small and medium projects to completion. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Business or related field of study. Three to five (3-5) years of work experience in IT (or related) field. Possess foundational knowledge of IT disciplines. Must have the following: • Experience working with all levels of managers, peers and the like. • For SAP Business Analysis assignment - Substantial IT and/or business domain hands-on experience in one of the following areas: o Finance  5 years of configuration experience in a specific SAP Module as follows - AR/AP or GL/CO modules  2 years of experience with SAP Financial Supply Chain module.  1 year SAP Costing module. o Merchandising  5 years of configuration experience in one (1) specific SAP Module as follows - IS Retail, F&R Basic & Advanced or Store Operations modules.  2 years’ experience with SAP Costing module. • For Project Management Office assignment - Small to Medium Project participation experience in an IT position o Process Mapping/Modeling experience o Use case development experience. o Test case development experience. KNOWLEDGE: Must demonstrate knowledge of: • SDLC (software development life cycle) • Process documentation software applications (e.g. Visio) • Concepts associated with execution of test scripts and document test results. • Comprehension of traceability matrix principles SKILLS/ABILITIES: Demonstrated ability to: • Perform complex data analysis using strategic thinking and planning. • Analyze business needs and define scope, goals and deliverables. • Document business needs. • Perform a GAP Analysis by establishing current state and desired future state requirements. (PMO only) • Gain stakeholder acceptance for project requirements. • Manage stakeholder expectations for project requirements, process and expected results. • Facilitate meetings and requirements gathering sessions. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. • Effectively negotiate, guide and influence business partners. • Build and utilize established cross-functional working relationships. • Highly effective communication skills including verbal, written and listening, including the ability to speak in forums of 10 or more. • Strong customer service skills. • Demonstrates personal initiative and good business/professional judgment on projects. • Exhibits good team building skills. • Has professional/ technical credibility and the respect of their coworkers. PHYSICAL DEMANDS - Employees may occasionally experience the following physical demands for extended periods of time: Sitting; frequent sedentary work. Viewing computer monitor; Keyboarding; use of fingers to make small movements such as typing and mouse usage. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work is performed in a normal business office environment. Occasional travel to satellite facilities may be required.
Location: West Sacramento
Available thru: 04/30/14
Director, IT Information Security
Reporting to the Senior Director, Asset Protection, Risk Management & Information Security, the Director of IT Information Security has the primary responsibility for setting the overall direction, policies, standards, and guidelines for the IT organization’s technology environment including lifecycle and asset management and technology governance. This position is directly responsible for maintaining the security and integrity of all electronic assets at Raley’s, and is responsible for setting the security policies for Raley’s Information Technology. Working closely with the Senior Director, Asset Protection, Risk Management & Information Security, the Director, IT Information Security is responsible for driving the implementation of processes and methods to measure and monitor compliance, and serves as the liaison to senior leadership on security risks and mitigation alternatives. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES 1. * Develop a holistic security architecture which identifies potential threats and provides a framework for building resilience to effectively safeguard Raley’s electronic assets. 2. *Responsible for designing, engineering and administering the full range of IT security systems including designing, approving, reviewing and auditing information and physical security solutions. 3. *Proactively protect the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of information technology resources. 4. *Ensure systems and procedures comply with federal, state, local, and Payment Card Industry (PCI) regulations. 5. *Perform security risk assessments by analyzing computing environments to determine vulnerabilities and recommending safeguards to mitigate risk. 6. *Perform compliance reviews to ensure applications and servers are operating in accordance with established policies and procedures. 7. *Respond in a timely manner to a loss / breach or misuse on information technology assets. 8. *Work with infrastructure operations and other groups to manage connection security for LAN, WAN, web sites, and email communications. 9. *Plan, design, and implement security systems and software, including firewalls, VPNs, intrusion detection / prevention systems, cryptographic systems, biometrics, anti-malware vulnerability management and patch management software. 10. *Design and implement disaster recovery plans. 11. *Conduct research on emerging products, services, protocols, and standards. 12. *Serve as the IT Information Security liaison to the Raley’s senior management team on legal compliance, industry compliance, and internal audit issues. 13. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: • Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science or related field, plus eight (8) years of experience in Technology and/or Information Systems management, including IT security, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Five (5) years of project/program management experience, business analysis, and strategic planning skills is preferred. Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) credentials are required. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: • Extensive IT security industry experience, including design and implementation experience related to privacy, data classification, records management, data flow analysis, electronic discovery, and information lifecycle management is strongly preferred. • Demonstrated knowledge in security management and strategies; capable of assessing the current security environment and able to bridge any obvious gaps that exist. • Knowledge of TCP / IP and other network protocols, including their vulnerabilities and solutions. Knowledge of current transport technologies (routers, switches, protocols and other technologies) for a large WAN / LAN environment. • Advanced knowledge of current project management principles, processes, methodologies and tools for information technology projects. • Expert knowledge of compliance auditing and evaluation. • Working technical knowledge of current systems software, operating systems, and PC protocols and standards. SKILLS/ABILITIES: • Excellent written and verbal communications skills. The ability to express complex technical concepts effectively in a business-oriented fashion to non-technical audiences, as well as the ability to communicate effectively with technical audiences, is critical. • Demonstrated ability to apply analytical and problem solving skills to information security and privacy issues. • Must have the ability to build high performing teams and leverage relationships across the organization. • Must be comfortable in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidential with extremely sensitive situations and information.
Location: West Sacramento
Available thru: 04/28/14
IT Business Process Analyst (Merch/BPX - Store Opps IT)
Under limited supervision, performs a variety of complex analysis and functional IT support in the area assigned (e.g. Project Management Office, SAP Function/Configuration). Possesses deep subject matter expertise of functional area combined with substantial IT applications and system experience. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES 1. Creates, captures, documents and delivers business requirements. a. Participates in workflow analysis and other business process analysis to identify and clarify requirements, problems and solutions/opportunities. b. Communicates with project stakeholders using data and process models to clarify and validate requirements. c. Arrives at sound decisions through a logical, analytical process. Proposes solutions resulting from extensive analysis and research. d. For Project Management Office specialists: uses group and collaborative facilitation techniques and methods for collecting requirements, including but not limited to brainstorming, Solution/Fit workshops, Joint Application Development (JAD) sessions, Rapid Application Development (RAD) sessions, structured walkthroughs. 2. Creates, publishes, distributes, and ensures sign-off of the business requirements document (BRD). a. Documents regulatory, business, user, functional and non-functional requirements that establish the baseline and starting point for change control based on the as-is state and to-be model. b. Ensures that systems comply with all applicable, regulatory directives. 3. Reviews, approves and supports Application testing by review of complex test scenarios and scripts. a. Confirms the integrity of all business requirements and validates whether the requirements have been met. b. Utilizes traceability matrix tools for tracking requirements through to test. 4. Actively works with the PMO Manager, Project Managers and/or the Business Relationship Managers to manage the expectations of business stakeholders. 5. Develops end-user training content for use in instructor-led and technology-based training. 6. Builds constructive relationships and wins the trust of business and IT stakeholders. Interacts seamlessly with both business and IT professionals. Effectively collaborates with team members. Demonstrates IT fluency. 7. Specialty function responsibilities as assigned: a. Project/PMO Area (Business Project Analyst) i. Assigned to projects of a small or medium size and duration and manages the projects to completion. ii. Perform impact analyses on requested changes to requirements. Quantifies, monitors and manages all changes to requirements. iii. Provides effective solutions b. SAP Configuration (Business Process Analyst) i. Provides application function al support and implementation in SAP Applications R/3 in assigned module areas of FI-Finance (AP/AR, Assets/Projects, GL/CO) or Merchandising (Retail, POSDM, F&R, Store Operations). ii. Provides subject matter expertise for Data Management and Data Governance role-mapping for in-scope Business Units and Functional Areas. 8. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS 1. Captures, documents and delivers requirements with a high level of customer satisfaction. 2. Provides effective solutions for complex business needs. 3. Displays a keen understanding of strategic business priorities. 4. Executes within the Raley’s Project Management process and methodology. 5. Fosters and develops working relationships with business and Information Services colleagues resulting in trust and integrity. 6. Manages small and medium projects to completion. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Business or related field of study. Three to five (3-5) years of work experience in IT (or related) field. Possess foundational knowledge of IT disciplines. Must have the following: • Experience working with all levels of managers, peers and the like. • For SAP Business Analysis assignment - Substantial IT and/or business domain hands-on experience in one of the following areas: o Finance  5 years of configuration experience in a specific SAP Module as follows - AR/AP or GL/CO modules  2 years of experience with SAP Financial Supply Chain module.  1 year SAP Costing module. o Merchandising  5 years of configuration experience in one (1) specific SAP Module as follows - IS Retail, F&R Basic & Advanced or Store Operations modules.  2 years’ experience with SAP Costing module. • For Project Management Office assignment - Small to Medium Project participation experience in an IT position o Process Mapping/Modeling experience o Use case development experience. o Test case development experience. KNOWLEDGE: Must demonstrate knowledge of: • SDLC (software development life cycle) • Process documentation software applications (e.g. Visio) • Concepts associated with execution of test scripts and document test results. • Comprehension of traceability matrix principles SKILLS/ABILITIES: Demonstrated ability to: • Perform complex data analysis using strategic thinking and planning. • Analyze business needs and define scope, goals and deliverables. • Document business needs. • Perform a GAP Analysis by establishing current state and desired future state requirements. (PMO only) • Gain stakeholder acceptance for project requirements. • Manage stakeholder expectations for project requirements, process and expected results. • Facilitate meetings and requirements gathering sessions. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. • Effectively negotiate, guide and influence business partners. • Build and utilize established cross-functional working relationships. • Highly effective communication skills including verbal, written and listening, including the ability to speak in forums of 10 or more. • Strong customer service skills. • Demonstrates personal initiative and good business/professional judgment on projects. • Exhibits good team building skills. • Has professional/ technical credibility and the respect of their coworkers. PHYSICAL DEMANDS - Employees may occasionally experience the following physical demands for extended periods of time: Sitting; frequent sedentary work. Viewing computer monitor; Keyboarding; use of fingers to make small movements such as typing and mouse usage. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work is performed in a normal business office environment. Occasional travel to satellite facilities may be required.
Location: West Sacramento
Available thru: 04/30/14
Maintenance
Refrigeration Service Technician
Summary: Under minimal supervision, be able to install, pipe, evacuate, and startup refrigeration cases, compressors, and related components. The ability to perform troubleshooting, repair and preventive maintenance on Supermarket refrigeration systems & HVAC units and other store equipment is also recommended. Duties & Responsibilities Include (but not limited to): • Pipe, fit and weld copper refrigeration lines up to 4 1/8”. • Work as part of a crew. • Pressure check and evacuate all lines and related components. • Troubleshoot, repair and maintain all store refrigeration units/systems. • Perform and document routine preventive maintenances of store equipment. • Communicate with store management personnel regarding maintenance of equipment. Minimum Qualifications: • High School Diploma or G.E.D. • Refrigeration background required. • Mechanical abilities, including light plumbing and carpentry. • Basic computer skills. • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and written. Certifications and/or Licenses Required: • Valid California Driver’s License. • EPA Universal Certification. Physical Demands: Employees may occasionally experience the following physical demands for extended periods of time: • Ability to lift weight over 50 pounds. • Ability to climb vertical ladders. • Ability to work from heights to 30+ feet. • Ability to maneuver in tight or difficult to access areas, including kneeling and bending. • Ability to work in warm and cold temperatures, and high noise areas. • Ability to drive long distances. Work Environment: • Most work is performed in a store environment. • Some work is performed in a machinery room environment. • Will have exposure to some hazardous chemicals. • Driving to various locations or work sites. • Possible overnight stays out of area. • Night shifts can be required. • On-call as needed.
Location: Santa Rosa Area
Available thru: 04/27/14
Merchandising Services
Merchandising Clerk Reset Crew (Nevada)
Under general supervision, to cut in new items and implement department merchandising schematics. This job classification requires a general merchandising and grocery product knowledge, good communication skills and flexibility. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES 1. *Responsible for implementing departmental merchandising schematics. 2. *Provides merchandising expertise and product knowledge. 3. *Cuts in new products and updates schematics. 4. *Performs other duties as assigned. 5. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: • High School Diploma or G.E.D. plus general merchandising/grocery merchandising experience. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: • General merchandise and grocery product knowledge. SKILLS/ABILITIES: • Ability to work well under pressure and with others. • Good communication skills, both written and verbal. • Basic computer skills. • Detail oriented. • Flexible and willing to travel. CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED • Valid driver’s license. PHYSICAL DEMANDS - Employees may occasionally experience the following physical demands for extended periods of time: • Standing, kneeling, bending, stretching. • Driving. • Lifting items up to 40 lbs. • Lifting and maneuvering shelving components of various sizes. • Lifting and maneuvering merchandising fixtures. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work is performed in a retail store environment. The environment is active and fast-paced. There is frequent exposure to varying temperatures.
Location: Reno, NV
Available thru: 04/30/14
Technology
Sr. Application Developer (ABAP)
The Senior Application Developer (ABAP) supports business objectives through hands-on SAP development and maintenance of SAP FICO and SAP Merchandising modules. The position will interact with business/functional teams and gather requirements, perform analysis and design, write technical specifications and support training of users. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES 1. Performs highly complex programming tasks using ABAP coding solutions for SAP implementations and upgrades. a. Conducts all SAP ECC software coding, testing, debugging, implementation and documentation with assigned team. b. Plans, defines, designs and develops applications using techniques such as structured analysis, data modeling, and information engineering. c. Provides on-going programming support of existing systems through change analysis and problem resolution. 2. Meets with business/functional teams to define application needs and/or investigates system or software issues and translates needs into best possible technical solutions. a. Perform accurate analysis and effective diagnosis of business IT issues involving assigned SAP business applications. b. Identifies optimal programming solutions to issues or the development of new functionality. c. Ensures the application design aligns with corporate standards, IT application and technology vision. d. Ensures feasibility of technical functionality with existing software. 3. Communicates with business users on project status, proposals and technical issues such as software system design and maintenance. 4. Maintains, tests and updates systems. a. Conducts research with recommendations for action into IT related topics such as methodologies, software acquisition/utilization, and operations. b. Modify existing software to correct errors, to adapt to new hardware or to upgrade interfaces and improve performance. c. Technical implementation of SAP upgrades and support pack updates, investigates and resolves system and software problems, provides off-hour support as needed. d. Store, retrieve and manipulate data for analysis of system capabilities and requirements. 5. Documents software and system support documentation and procedures according to Raley’s standards and industry requirements. a. Documents coding procedures, changes, project proposals and status. 6. Leads, trains and directs technical staff on assigned project teams using analytical and technical tools. a. Coordinates the technical activities of team and monitors assigned tasks to ensure overall product quality. b. Provides technical advice and expertise to project team including input on changes in priorities, scope of project and scheduling. c. Provides input to IT management on the performance, skill set and efforts of team members on assigned project. 7. Maintains current knowledge of SAP development trends such as new technologies and development approaches. 8. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS 1. Defines scope and develops and maintains the configuration and functional design documents for SAP FICO and Merchandising. 2. Demonstrate knowledge of the SAP FICO and Merchandising as well as integration with Business Objects Front End reporting. 3. Leads, trains, coaches and directs less knowledgeable team members on methodologies and best practices. 4. Positive business relations exist with internal customers as well as all levels of management, vendors, consultants and third-party contractors. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Business or equivalent experience, plus five (5) years of experience in hands-on SAP ABAP programming with in-depth ABAP programming techniques preferred. Must have experience with and ability to use: • ABAP Workbench navigation • List Processing and ALV report programming • SAP scripts and Smartforms layout set development • User Exits, enhancements / modification programming • Workflow, Web Services • Object Oriented program – mandatory • Basic understanding and working experience with SAP BW REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: SAP ECC Knowledge of the software development lifecycle and be able to perform systems analysis and design activities in accordance with development methodology. Basic understanding of business processes applicable to FICO and/or Merchandising modules in SAP – must have experience with at least one of the key modules. Business fluency in English SKILLS/ABILITIES: Demonstrate effective organizational and documentation skills Ability to work on multiple parallel deliverables Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Location: Sacramento
Available thru: 04/27/14
 
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