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From kmars...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r722151 - /db/derby/code/trunk/java/testing/org/apache/derbyTesting/functionTests/testData/ImportExport/position_info.del
Date Mon, 01 Dec 2008 18:03:59 GMT
Author: kmarsden
Date: Mon Dec  1 10:03:59 2008
New Revision: 722151

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=722151&view=rev
Log:
DERBY-3958 ImportExportProcedures imports ./testData/ImportExport/position_info.del using
US-ASCII but the file contains non-ascii characters


Modified:
    db/derby/code/trunk/java/testing/org/apache/derbyTesting/functionTests/testData/ImportExport/position_info.del

Modified: db/derby/code/trunk/java/testing/org/apache/derbyTesting/functionTests/testData/ImportExport/position_info.del
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/db/derby/code/trunk/java/testing/org/apache/derbyTesting/functionTests/testData/ImportExport/position_info.del?rev=722151&r1=722150&r2=722151&view=diff
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--- db/derby/code/trunk/java/testing/org/apache/derbyTesting/functionTests/testData/ImportExport/position_info.del
(original)
+++ db/derby/code/trunk/java/testing/org/apache/derbyTesting/functionTests/testData/ImportExport/position_info.del
Mon Dec  1 10:03:59 2008
@@ -239,13 +239,13 @@
 ","None","Y"
 "IT421",31972,"IT01","None","None","Y"
 "IT101",31973,"IT01","The Chief Information Officer (CIO) heads the group that maintains,
identifies, develops and deploys IT systems. The CIO is ultimately responsible for all Information
Technology (IT) systems within Mercy Ships at all locations.","Essential Duties and Responsibilities
(include but not limited to):
-- The CIO will be responsible for leading the group that maintains and supports existing
IT systems (email, web servers, databases, applications, servers, networks, satellite systems,
PCs, printers, laptops, etc…).
+- The CIO will be responsible for leading the group that maintains and supports existing
IT systems (email, web servers, databases, applications, servers, networks, satellite systems,
PCs, printers, laptops, etc...).
 - The CIO will evaluate the ongoing usefulness of existing IT systems against Mercy Ships
business needs and processes.
 - The CIO will evaluate and make decisions on the usefulness of new technologies and opportunities
that may serve to advance the primary goals of Mercy Ships, seeking to integrate new technologies
into Mercy Ships business processes as appropriate.
 - The CIO will be responsible for making policy regarding IT systems and their use within
Mercy Ships.
 - The CIO will regularly communicate with the CEO, COO, Vice Presidents, National Office
Directors, Ship CEOs, Ship COOs, Department Heads and Project Heads to ensure that their IT
needs and business processes are well understood.  This extends to all operating locations
including ships, national offices and land based programs.
 - The CIO will be primarily responsible for prioritizing IT projects with input solicited
from the CEO, COO, VPs, National Office Directors, Ship CEOs, Ship COOs, Department and Project
Heads across all locations.
-- The CIO will be responsible for interfacing with major donors or potential major donors
when appropriate due to the donor’s involvement in the IT industry.
+- The CIO will be responsible for interfacing with major donors or potential major donors
when appropriate due to the donor's involvement in the IT industry.
 - The CIO will be ultimately responsible for all efforts to secure donations of IT systems
(software, hardware and outside resources)
 
 Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities): 
@@ -273,7 +273,7 @@
 - Confers with Department Heads involved with proposed projects to ensure their needs will
be met by the project.
 - Consults with and manages System Analysts, Programmers, Database Administrators and other
staff to support existing systems and schedule enhancements.
 - Prepares progress reports to inform management of project status and deviation from previously
stated goals.
-- Assists CIO in prioritizing IT projects according to feedback from VPs, National Office
Directors, Ships’ Executive Staff and Department Heads.
+- Assists CIO in prioritizing IT projects according to feedback from VPs, National Office
Directors, Ships' Executive Staff and Department Heads.
 - Maintains a current knowledge of industry trends and new technologies, seeking to find
applicable solutions for Mercy Ships.
 
 Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities): 
@@ -377,7 +377,7 @@
 "MD1005",33286,"MEDT","none","none","Y"
 "MD1006",33287,"MEDT","none","none","Y"
 "MD1007",33288,"MEDT","none","none","Y"
-"MD1008",33289,"MEDT","(Internal medicine, General practice, ER) Assist the CHT Medical Coordinator
as needed in the day-to-day running of the team’s    activities. Provide consultation and
treatment for patients in the Medical Clinic, referring patients to local health structures
as needed.","none","Y"
+"MD1008",33289,"MEDT","(Internal medicine, General practice, ER) Assist the CHT Medical Coordinator
as needed in the day-to-day running of the team's    activities. Provide consultation and
treatment for patients in the Medical Clinic, referring patients to local health structures
as needed.","none","Y"
 "MD1010",33291,"MEDT","none","none","Y"
 "MD1011",33292,"MEDT","none","none","Y"
 "MD1012",33293,"MEDT","none","none","Y"
@@ -674,7 +674,7 @@
 "FM1006",32744,"MANT","Directs all facility, grounds, water and wastewater treatment, equipment
and vehicle maintenance at the International Operations Center (IOC). Directs all construction
projects, such as new construction, renovations and relocation of equipment. Prepares annual
department budgets and budgets for major projects. Participates in the master planning process
for the IOC. ","none","Y"
 "FM1007",32745,"MANT","Installs, repairs, or maintains electric energy equipment by performing
electrical work at a journey level. Assignments include installing and repairing wiring, equipment,
fixtures, or other electrical devices. Performs diagnosis and maintenance work on equipment.","none","Y"
 "FM1008",32746,"MANT","Completes non-complex jobs to maintain or repair electric energy equipment.
May perform physical work to assist electrician in installation, repair and maintenance projects,
as directed by the electrician.","none","Y"
-"FM1009",32747,"BUSN","Provides administrative support to the Director (and, as time and
priorities allow, to the department’s managers) to maintain documentation and to assist in
the management of daily departmental operations, including coordinating meetings and work
schedules, answering telephones, drafting correspondence, filing and photocopying. ","none","Y"
+"FM1009",32747,"BUSN","Provides administrative support to the Director (and, as time and
priorities allow, to the department's managers) to maintain documentation and to assist in
the management of daily departmental operations, including coordinating meetings and work
schedules, answering telephones, drafting correspondence, filing and photocopying. ","none","Y"
 "FM1011",32748,"MANT","Provides work direction and supervision for garden bed maintenance
workers. Preserves physical appearance of grounds by planting, fertilizing, trimming, or watering
and performs supplementary landscape maintenance. Uses rakes or other hand and power tools
typically used in gardening.","none","Y"
 "FM1012",32749,"MANT","Provides work direction and supervision for lawn maintenance workers.
Preserves physical appearance of lawns by mowing, raking, planting, fertilizing, or watering
and performs supplementary landscape maintenance. Uses mowers, rakes, or other hand and power
tools typically used in gardening.","none","Y"
 "FM1013",32750,"MANT","Provides work direction and supervision for tradesmen involved in
maintenance and repair work of facilities and equipment. Looks over work requests to decide
problem and resolution, and delegates assignments. ","none","Y"
@@ -885,13 +885,13 @@
 "RS1016",32924,"BUSN","none","none","Y"
 "RS1018",32925,"BUSN","none","none","Y"
 "RS1019",32926,"BUSN","Coordinating vision trips to our bases and ships for major donors.","Essential
Duties and Responsibilities (include but not limited to):
-•	Assist in organizing vision trips to each of the ships.
-•	Prepare informative materials for the vision trip guests.
-•	Work with office manager maintaining the department’s ink-jet printer.
-•	Coordinate airline and hotel reservations for our guests with Mission Travel.
-•	Keep in touch with immigration for visa requirements and changes.
-•	Assist in organizing special events (art auctions, desserts) as assigned.
-•	Help coordinate guest visits to the International Operations Center.
+*	Assist in organizing vision trips to each of the ships.
+*	Prepare informative materials for the vision trip guests.
+*	Work with office manager maintaining the department's ink-jet printer.
+*	Coordinate airline and hotel reservations for our guests with Mission Travel.
+*	Keep in touch with immigration for visa requirements and changes.
+*	Assist in organizing special events (art auctions, desserts) as assigned.
+*	Help coordinate guest visits to the International Operations Center.
 Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities): 
 Computer Skills:  Good working knowledge of Microsoft Word; some knowledge of Excel.  Excellent
keyboarding skills.  Able to produce letters and documents in a professional manner.
 Oral and Written Communication:  Able to communicate clearly and effectively on a one-to-one
basis or to a group.  Writes clearly and edits work for grammar and spelling.  Able to prepare
professional looking documents for vision trip participants. 
@@ -899,11 +899,11 @@
 Ethics:  Demonstrates Christian love in daily conduct; treats people with respect; enjoys
helping others by using whatever skills or abilities needed.  Agrees to uphold Mercy Ships
vision and values.  
 Theology:  Has a comprehensive knowledge of the Bible and enjoys studying and teaching. 
Am able to work through an interpreter to impart knowledge to others.  Am acceptable of the
different teaching methods and worship styles of others.  Enjoy leading others to Christ and
making disciples.
 Education and Experience:
-•	Successful completion of a Mercy Ships Crossroads Discipleship Training School, Fall 2002.
-•	Part-time work experience over a ten-year period with the Evangelical Development Ministry.
-•	Three years experience working as an Assistant Manager in a Christian Bookstore, gaining
administrative experience and people skills.
-•	Adult Bible teacher for the past 25 years, teaching in the U.S., Nicaragua, and Kenya.
-•	Published author for adult and children’s Bible studies.  Materials being used around
the world.  Currently working on a children’s series about Mercy Ships.
+*	Successful completion of a Mercy Ships Crossroads Discipleship Training School, Fall 2002.
+*	Part-time work experience over a ten-year period with the Evangelical Development Ministry.
+*	Three years experience working as an Assistant Manager in a Christian Bookstore, gaining
administrative experience and people skills.
+*	Adult Bible teacher for the past 25 years, teaching in the U.S., Nicaragua, and Kenya.
+*	Published author for adult and children's Bible studies.  Materials being used around the
world.  Currently working on a children's series about Mercy Ships.
 ","Y"
 "RS1020",32927,"BUSN","none","none","Y"
 "RS1021",32928,"BUSN","none","none","Y"
@@ -947,8 +947,8 @@
 "TR1010",32954,"PAST","none","none","Y"
 "TR1011",32955,"BUSN","none","none","Y"
 "TR1013",32956,"BUSN","none","none","Y"
-"TR1015",32958,"BUSN","Registrar, logistical planner and coordinator for the lecture and
outreach phase of each session of X-treme Summer.  Leads the X-treme Summer programs when
students are present; and teaches, directs and oversees the X-treme Summer staff.","none","Y"
-"TR1016",32959,"PAST","Responsible for fulfilling specific delegated tasks and job responsibilities
(i.e.. photographer, recreation coordinator, outreach leader) during the preparation time,
lecture phase and outreach of each session.  Staff are responsible for facilitating a life
changing experience for all the participants of X-treme Summer to the best of their ability.","none","Y"
+"TR1015",32958,"BUSN","Registrar, logistical planner and coordinator for the lecture and
outreach phase of each session of X-treme Summer.  Leads the X-treme Summer programs when
students are present; and teaches, directs and oversees the X-treme Summer staff.","none","Y"
+"TR1016",32959,"PAST","Responsible for fulfilling specific delegated tasks and job responsibilities
(i.e.. photographer, recreation coordinator, outreach leader) during the preparation time,
lecture phase and outreach of each session.  Staff are responsible for facilitating a life
changing experience for all the participants of X-treme Summer to the best of their ability.","none","Y"
 "TP1000",32961,"MANT","none","none","Y"
 "TP1001",32962,"MANT","none","none","Y"
 "TP1002",32963,"MANT","none","none","Y"
@@ -1078,7 +1078,7 @@
 "TR1021",36721,"EDUC","ICS Student
 
 ","ICS Student",
-"EX1004",36730,"BUSN","A Mercy Ships Project Specialist will focus on projects specifically
assigned by his or her manager. Each project may be called to analyze human, technical, educational,
management, and work process systems within Mercy Ships with a view to adding efficiency,
additional or new systems, new work processes, or other value-adds.  The Project Specialist
will work closely with others (I would suggest removing ‘in management’ since a lot of what
he (they) will do will most likely be working with non-management personnel) in management
to assure uniform relationships while working to add value and efficiency to Mercy Ships systems.","*In
conjunction with reporting manager, Identify appropriate projects, goals, and objectives for
a specific project
+"EX1004",36730,"BUSN","A Mercy Ships Project Specialist will focus on projects specifically
assigned by his or her manager. Each project may be called to analyze human, technical, educational,
management, and work process systems within Mercy Ships with a view to adding efficiency,
additional or new systems, new work processes, or other value-adds.  The Project Specialist
will work closely with others (I would suggest removing 'in management' since a lot of what
he (they) will do will most likely be working with non-management personnel) in management
to assure uniform relationships while working to add value and efficiency to Mercy Ships systems.","*In
conjunction with reporting manager, Identify appropriate projects, goals, and objectives for
a specific project
 *Liaise with appropriate personnel/stakeholders who have direct and/or indirect involvement
with a project
 *When necessary, provide project management and design 
 *Coordinate with appropriate personnel, be it individuals or work groups who are part of
the project process
@@ -1217,20 +1217,20 @@
 "MI1009",37635,"BUSN","none","none","Y"
 "MS1031",100002007,"SHIP","Assistant to Technical Superintendent/Project Manager","Project
Assistant","Y"
 "RS1023",37904,"BUSN","none","none","Y"
-"EX1044",38057,"BUSN","    The National Church Relations Field Director listens, encourages,
and prays for the Church Relations Field Representatives.  He develops community relations,
and builds church community networks.  He also oversees the National Speakers Network and
pastor’s outreaches","1.	Provides needed pastoral care and support to CR Field Representatives
by contacting each Field Representative weekly as necessary to encourage them in their effectiveness.
+"EX1044",38057,"BUSN","    The National Church Relations Field Director listens, encourages,
and prays for the Church Relations Field Representatives.  He develops community relations,
and builds church community networks.  He also oversees the National Speakers Network and
pastor's outreaches","1.	Provides needed pastoral care and support to CR Field Representatives
by contacting each Field Representative weekly as necessary to encourage them in their effectiveness.
 2.	Requests by CR Field Representatives for materials, supplies, guest speaker resources,
or other help are directed to appropriate IOC personnel within 48 hours of request.
 3.	Provides a monthly summary of CR Field Representatives contacts and important events to
the VP Church Relations as required.
 4.	Makes at least 1 contact per month with leadership of major churches (congregations of
700 or larger) in the Dallas/Tyler area and areas not currently covered by CR Field Representatives,
as resources permit.
 5.	Functions as department liaison for the National Speakers Network by training the field
representatives to recruit and train alumni to be a part of the network.
-6.	Directs the Pastor’s Outreach program.
+6.	Directs the Pastor's Outreach program.
 7.	Hosts vision trips and Mission Challenge teams as necessary for the department.
 8.	Leads and teaches weekend church seminars as needed.
 Qualifications:
-•	A mature Christian with a pastoral heart.
-•	5 years in a professional position
-•	Experience in group presentations and community networking
-•	Personal appearance is appropriate for the situation.
-•	International travel is required
+*	A mature Christian with a pastoral heart.
+*	5 years in a professional position
+*	Experience in group presentations and community networking
+*	Personal appearance is appropriate for the situation.
+*	International travel is required
 Work Environment:
      The National Church Relations Field Director is based at the International Operations
Center and is provided cell phone, computer with full Partnership access, conference call
speakerphone, and administrative assistance.  All approved expenses will be reimbursed from
the agreed upon annual budget.
 Signature of Employee:
@@ -1249,10 +1249,10 @@
 9.	The FRCR will set and pursue personal, spiritual and professional growth and education
objectives, and manage time to meet those objectives.
 10.	The FRCR will enlist a personal prayer team, taking these volunteers to support travel,
contacts and family and personal requests. The team will receive a written update not less
than quarterly.
 Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities): 
-•	A mature Christian with a pastoral heart.
-•	Experience in group presentations and community networking.
-•	Personal appearance appropriate for the situation.
-•	Local travel is required.
+*	A mature Christian with a pastoral heart.
+*	Experience in group presentations and community networking.
+*	Personal appearance appropriate for the situation.
+*	Local travel is required.
 Education and Experience:
 Work Environment:
 If the FRCR is based outside Texas, he or she will maintain a home office from which he will
contact church and community leaders and prospects by phone, mail and email. FRCR should have
a car, a current US passport, and high-speed internet access.  The home office should be free
from distractions that will interfere with professional communications.  A minimum time commitment
of fourty hours per week is expected, but the work schedule will be flexible, including night
and weekend work.  Mercy Ships will provide a computer, printer/fax, cellphone, appropriate
software, and will reimburse phone, internet and mail expenses.  Reasonable travel and entertainment
expenses will be reimbursed with prior approval.
@@ -1289,16 +1289,16 @@
 ?	Maintain confidentiality of all client/personnel/organizational files.
 Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities): 
 To perform this job successfully, an individual must have good leadership, communication
and organizational skills. These include, but are not limited to the following:
-•	Thorough knowledge of medical equipment, supplies and terminology
-•	Ability to operate a computer and supportive software (incl. Internet, spreadsheet and
word processing programs)
-•	Ability to operate job-related equipment and tools
-•	Ability to manage multiple projects
-•	Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form
-•	Ability to research and understand government customs and immigration/visa requirements
-•	Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business/medical/dental periodicals, professional
journals, technical procedures or government regulations.
-•	Ability to write reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals.
-•	Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of people
and individuals (managers, staff, students, the general public and developing world nationals).
-•	Thorough knowledge of basic mathematical skills
+*	Thorough knowledge of medical equipment, supplies and terminology
+*	Ability to operate a computer and supportive software (incl. Internet, spreadsheet and
word processing programs)
+*	Ability to operate job-related equipment and tools
+*	Ability to manage multiple projects
+*	Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form
+*	Ability to research and understand government customs and immigration/visa requirements
+*	Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business/medical/dental periodicals, professional
journals, technical procedures or government regulations.
+*	Ability to write reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals.
+*	Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of people
and individuals (managers, staff, students, the general public and developing world nationals).
+*	Thorough knowledge of basic mathematical skills
 Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform
the essential functions.
 Education and Experience:
 Successful completion of DTS/CDTS; High School Diploma or Equivalent GED required; Experience
in Health Care Administration or business experience preferred (Administrator, Physician,
Nurse, Dentist, Pharmacist)
@@ -1311,8 +1311,8 @@
 ?	Update staff birthday records (including spouse and children)
 ?	Send birthday cards, welcome notes, notes of encouragement, etc. to staff and families
of staff
 ?	If someone is ill, arrange dinners for family
-?	Build an ‘on-call’ team of people who would be willing to get a call asking for help
with a meal
-?	Develop a ‘welcome package’ for new staff (ie. Name badge, something that represents
MS, a welcome card, etc.)
+?	Build an 'on-call' team of people who would be willing to get a call asking for help with
a meal
+?	Develop a 'welcome package' for new staff (ie. Name badge, something that represents MS,
a welcome card, etc.)
 ?	Deliver New Staff Orientation on an as-needed basis
 ?	Give local tour for all new staff (short and long-term staff)
 ?	Work with Volunteer Coordinator to coordinate tours of new staff
@@ -1321,9 +1321,9 @@
 ?	Help, as needed, the organizer of the Community Lifestyles (hospitality)
 ?	Help Orientation Coordinator (on an as-needed basis)
 ?	Send a note of encouragement to the college students (of MS Parents) once a month, and
possibly a care package once or twice a year (as fund allow)
-?	Develop and implement a standard ‘thank you for serving’ letter for short-term and long-term
(signed by Don Stephens)
+?	Develop and implement a standard 'thank you for serving' letter for short-term and long-term
(signed by Don Stephens)
 Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities): 
-Very good people skills; ability to discern “how much help is needed and when”; develop
and manage tracking systems for birthdays, arrivals and departures; speaking skills a must;
must possess a gentle nature – intuitiveness, sensitivity a must! Ability to ‘look for a
bargain’ (ie. Utilize food bank, build up a ‘card’ collection, etc.
+Very good people skills; ability to discern ''how much help is needed and when''; develop
and manage tracking systems for birthdays, arrivals and departures; speaking skills a must;
must possess a gentle nature - intuitiveness, sensitivity a must! Ability to 'look for a bargain'
(ie. Utilize food bank, build up a 'card' collection, etc.
 Education and Experience:
 Associate of Arts degree desired. Job equivalent experience can be substituted. Natural gift
of hospitality is essential.
 Work Environment:
@@ -1441,7 +1441,7 @@
 ","Y"
 "EN1150",32685,"SHIP","Reports to Chief Engineer regarding the maintenance and routine inspection
of all electrical machinery and equipment.  No STCW Requirements.","none","Y"
 "EN1152",32683,"SHIP","none","none","Y"
-"EN1154",32687,"SHIP","Maintain ship’s 24 through 600 volt electrical systems. Install new
electrical equipment.  Carry out Electrical Assistant’s responsibilities when no assistant
is available.","none","Y"
+"EN1154",32687,"SHIP","Maintain ship's 24 through 600 volt electrical systems. Install new
electrical equipment.  Carry out Electrical Assistant's responsibilities when no assistant
is available.","none","Y"
 "EN1156",32688,"SHIP","none","none","Y"
 "EN1158",32693,"SHIP","none","none","Y"
 "EN1159",32689,"SHIP","none","none","Y"
@@ -1517,16 +1517,16 @@
 ?	The DPR is responsible for the process of identifying potiential hosts to host the ship
visits.
 ?	The DPR works to secure corporate sponsorship for ship visits.
 ?	The DPR overseas PR Advance teams on location.
-?	The DPR prepares and maintains the department’s annual expense budget, annual plan, three
year plan, technology plan, volunteer management plan, and annual evaluation. The DPR annually
evaluates his/her team of direct reports.
+?	The DPR prepares and maintains the department's annual expense budget, annual plan, three
year plan, technology plan, volunteer management plan, and annual evaluation. The DPR annually
evaluates his/her team of direct reports.
 
 Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities): 
  The DPR should have a background in marketing. Excellent organizational and mangement skills
are essential. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills are essential.
Experience with international missions and/or medical background is highly desirable.  Campaign
experience is strongly desirable.  Must have a working knowledge of the Internet, email, Microsoft
Office software including Word, Excel and Outlook, and have an understanding of contact management
software.  SVP will be asked to sign the MS statement of faith and confidentiality agreement.
 Must be:
-•	able to travel 20% of the time;
-•	a motivated, self starter with a desire to achieve personal and organizational goals;
-•	able to work alone without close, direct supervision;
-•	a person of Christian character exemplifying qualities of honesty, trustworthiness, initiative,
creativity, tennacity, diligence and dependability.
+*	able to travel 20% of the time;
+*	a motivated, self starter with a desire to achieve personal and organizational goals;
+*	able to work alone without close, direct supervision;
+*	a person of Christian character exemplifying qualities of honesty, trustworthiness, initiative,
creativity, tennacity, diligence and dependability.
 Education and Experience:
- Should have a fruitful and growing relationship with Jesus Christ and share the values of
bringing hope and healing to the world’s poor.
+ Should have a fruitful and growing relationship with Jesus Christ and share the values of
bringing hope and healing to the world's poor.
 
 
 
@@ -1542,36 +1542,36 @@
 "CM1040",100002011,"IT01","Audio Video Technician","Audio Video Technician","Y"
 "EX1051",100002012,"BUSN","Personal Asst. to Operations Director","Personal Asst. to Operations
Director","Y"
 "ED1028",100002013,"EDUC","Segue School Leader","Segue School Leader",
-"MS1032",38730,"SHIP","The Company Security Officer is the main point of contact on shore
for all matters relating to maritime security, whether in the company fleet of ships, or those
segments of the general maritime and port state industry  with which company ships have contact,
including the flag Administrations of the ships.  This individual will manage the company’s
security program for ships and crew members, ensuring compliance with international, national,
and local port security regulations, while optimizing the effectiveness of fleet operations.","?
Research the level of threats to be expected by each ship, according to planned itineraries,
to include port operations and ocean transits;  advise this information to the ship’s Master,
Port Technical Coordinator, and Safety Manager (a) prior to the ship’s arrival in that port,
and (b) upon any change in the security status of the port while the ship is docked there;
+"MS1032",38730,"SHIP","The Company Security Officer is the main point of contact on shore
for all matters relating to maritime security, whether in the company fleet of ships, or those
segments of the general maritime and port state industry  with which company ships have contact,
including the flag Administrations of the ships.  This individual will manage the company's
security program for ships and crew members, ensuring compliance with international, national,
and local port security regulations, while optimizing the effectiveness of fleet operations.","?
Research the level of threats to be expected by each ship, according to planned itineraries,
to include port operations and ocean transits;  advise this information to the ship's Master,
Port Technical Coordinator, and Safety Manager (a) prior to the ship's arrival in that port,
and (b) upon any change in the security status of the port while the ship is docked there;
 ?	Monitor the forecast movements and operations of the ships in the fleet in order to detect
early any deviation which may indicate a security incident;
-?	Ensure that ship security assessments are carried out in accordance with the company’s
security plan;
+?	Ensure that ship security assessments are carried out in accordance with the company's
security plan;
 ?	Ensure that ship-specific security plans are developed for each company ship, that these
plans are submitted for approval to the appropriate authorities,and that thereafter they are
implemented and maintained. 
 ?	Liaise with Flag Administrations or their recognized security organization for initial
and subsequent verification of these plans;
-?	Coordinate renewal of International Ship Security Certificates with Safety Manager, ships’
Masters and appropriate authorities;
+?	Coordinate renewal of International Ship Security Certificates with Safety Manager, ships'
Masters and appropriate authorities;
 ?	Ensure that ongoing review of implemented ship security plans, through internal audits
and reviews, and through reports of security incidents, results in modifications of the ship
security plans, as appropriate;
 ?	Ensure that modifications to approved ship security plans are likewise approved by the
appropriate authorities;
 ?	Ensure that any deficiencies and non-conformities identified during internal audits, periodic
reviews, security inspections and verifications of compliance are promptly addressed;
-?	Maintain working copies of each ship’s Continuous Synopsis Record, in order to provide
verification to appropriate authorities;
+?	Maintain working copies of each ship's Continuous Synopsis Record, in order to provide
verification to appropriate authorities;
 ?	Work to enhance security awareness and vigilance throughout the fleet;
 ?	Ensure adequate training for personnel responsible for the security of the ships;
 ?	Consult with the Master of each ship on the appointment of the Ship Security Officer, and
maintain a record of such appointments;
 ?	Ensure effective communication between Ship Security Officers and Port Facility Security

 
-?	Research the level of threats to be expected by each ship, according to planned itineraries,
to include port operations and ocean transits;  advise this information to the ship’s Master,
Port Technical Coordinator, and Safety Manager (a) prior to the ship’s arrival in that port,
and (b) upon any change in the security status of the port while the ship is docked there;
+?	Research the level of threats to be expected by each ship, according to planned itineraries,
to include port operations and ocean transits;  advise this information to the ship's Master,
Port Technical Coordinator, and Safety Manager (a) prior to the ship's arrival in that port,
and (b) upon any change in the security status of the port while the ship is docked there;
 ?	Monitor the forecast movements and operations of the ships in the fleet in order to detect
early any deviation which may indicate a security incident;
-?	Ensure that ship security assessments are carried out in accordance with the company’s
security plan;
+?	Ensure that ship security assessments are carried out in accordance with the company's
security plan;
 ?	Ensure that ship-specific security plans are developed for each company ship, that these
plans are submitted for approval to the appropriate authorities,and that thereafter they are
implemented and maintained. 
 ?	Liaise with Flag Administrations or their recognized security organization for initial
and subsequent verification of these plans;
-?	Coordinate renewal of International Ship Security Certificates with Safety Manager, ships’
Masters and appropriate authorities;
+?	Coordinate renewal of International Ship Security Certificates with Safety Manager, ships'
Masters and appropriate authorities;
 ?	Ensure that ongoing review of implemented ship security plans, through internal audits
and reviews, and through reports of security incidents, results in modifications of the ship
security plans, as appropriate;
 ?	Ensure that modifications to approved ship security plans are likewise approved by the
appropriate authorities;
 ?	Ensure that any deficiencies and non-conformities identified during internal audits, periodic
reviews, security inspections and verifications of compliance are promptly addressed;
-?	Maintain working copies of each ship’s Continuous Synopsis Record, in order to provide
verification to appropriate authorities;
+?	Maintain working copies of each ship's Continuous Synopsis Record, in order to provide
verification to appropriate authorities;
 ?	Work to enhance security awareness and vigilance throughout the fleet;
 ?	Ensure adequate training for personnel responsible for the security of the ships;
 ?	Consult with the Master of each ship on the appointment of the Ship Security Officer, and
maintain a record of such appointments;
 ?	Ensure effective communication between Ship Security Officers and Port Facility Security
Officers, especially in cases where the ship may have a security level set higher than that
of the port facility;
-?	Ensure consistency between security requirements and safety requirements, in consultation
with the Safety Manager and ships’ Masters, especially in the area of manning levels and
crew hours of work;
+?	Ensure consistency between security requirements and safety requirements, in consultation
with the Safety Manager and ships' Masters, especially in the area of manning levels and crew
hours of work;
 ?	Ensure that any alternative or equivalent arrangements approved for a particular ship or
group of ships are implemented and maintained;
 ?	Participate in company security exercises at appropriate intervals;
 ?	Maintain maritime security related reports and records in a secure manner at the company
headquarters, and ensure that Ship Security Officers do the same on board each ship;
@@ -1638,7 +1638,7 @@
 ","Y"
 "RS1026",38794,"BUSN","The Area Gifts Officer (AGO) raises large gifts, pledges and letters
of intent (LOI), from individuals, and selected foundations and corporations within an assigned
geographical region. The minimum threshold for a gift, pledge or LOI is $25,000","?	The Area
Gifts Officer (AGO) is responsible for the personalized contact and moves management plans
of between 200-300 major donors and prospects within an assigned geography.  This case load
includes existing major donors in the Mercy Ships data base, plus selected high net worth
individuals, family foundations and privately held companies.  
 ?	Each year the AGO selects approximately 40-50 prospects for the solicitation of a major
gift.  The AGO works with senior management, selected board members and regionally based major
gift volunteers to develop the plan and secure each gift. A travel plan for each quarter will
be prepared and submitted for approval by the supervisor. 
-?	The AGO will recruit a regionally based team of major gift volunteers.  This committee’s
task is to support the identification, qualification, involvement, and solicitation of prospects.
The committee chair may be recruited by the MS Board. Meetings are called as needed. 
+?	The AGO will recruit a regionally based team of major gift volunteers.  This committee's
task is to support the identification, qualification, involvement, and solicitation of prospects.
The committee chair may be recruited by the MS Board. Meetings are called as needed. 
 ?	The AGO is responsible for researching names to be added to the caseload and data base.
 The data base will be continually updated with new information gathered from public sources
and will include capacity, interests, relationships, and motivation data germain to establishing
a growing relationship.  The data base remains the property of Mercy Ships.
 ?	Progress reports will be submitted not less than quarterly on the progress made, and in
the fourth quarter a monthly report will be submitted.  Reports will reflect the financial
goal for each prospect and a forecast for the coming quarter. Site visit report will be filed
after each trip, reflecting in summary form the purpose of each contact and its relationship
to their personalized contact management plan
 ?	The AGO will manage the stewardship plan for each prospect, providing a written or personal
report on funds used and other information pertinent to a donor. Reports will be prepared
and presented in a timely fashion.
@@ -1659,20 +1659,20 @@
 ?	Maintain confidentiality of all client/personnel/organizational files.
 
 To perform this job successfully, an individual must have exemplary communication and organizational
skills. These include, but are not limited to the following:
-•	Proficiency in the operation of current technology computers
-•	Needs to be familiar with current spreadsheets, word processors, presentation programs
and graphics packages.
-•	It is helpful to have experience with Windows Operating Systems, networking and file transfer.
-•	Proficient in using the Internet.
-•	Be able to conduct in-service education/training for work groups. (Seminar preparation
may be required.)
-•	Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals,
technical procedures and government regulations.
-•	Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
-•	Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers,
staff, students and the general public.  
-•	Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions,
percentages, area, circumference, and volume.  Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra
and geometry.
-•	Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions
-•	Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or
diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables
+*	Proficiency in the operation of current technology computers
+*	Needs to be familiar with current spreadsheets, word processors, presentation programs
and graphics packages.
+*	It is helpful to have experience with Windows Operating Systems, networking and file transfer.
+*	Proficient in using the Internet.
+*	Be able to conduct in-service education/training for work groups. (Seminar preparation
may be required.)
+*	Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals,
technical procedures and government regulations.
+*	Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
+*	Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers,
staff, students and the general public.  
+*	Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions,
percentages, area, circumference, and volume.  Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra
and geometry.
+*	Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions
+*	Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or
diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables
 Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform
the essential functions.
 Education and Experience:
-Successful completion of DTS/CDTS required. Bachelor’s Degree and one or two years of experience
and/or training required, or the equivalent combination of education and experience
+Successful completion of DTS/CDTS required. Bachelor's Degree and one or two years of experience
and/or training required, or the equivalent combination of education and experience
 While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands
to finger, handle or feel.  The employee is frequently required to sit.  The employee is occasionally
required to stand and walk.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
 Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and ability to adjust
focus. The conditions will vary with the task.  The usual environment is that of an office.
 The individual may work alone at times, but will often work in a team setting.  The noise
level in the work environment is usually quiet.
 
 International travel may be required, and therefore, the employee must have a valid passport,
as well as appropriate visas and immunizations, which may be required for travel to certain
international destinations.
@@ -1682,16 +1682,16 @@
 "MD1093",38811,"MEDT","Logistics Coordinator:  Responsible for budgeting and use of team
funds. This includes the keeping of books and the allocation of funds.  Will be responsible
for paying of bills and budgeting expenditures within the constraints of the budget. This
person will be rsponsible for the arrangement of team transportaion and the transportation
of the volunteers to and from the airport.  The acquirment of supplies and meds from the warehouse
will fall within this persons jurisdiction as well as, it will require the arrangement of
transportation also.","none","Y"
 "RS1027",38972,"BUSN","
 Responsible for researching and soliciting funds from Foundations, which is a substantial
source of donations for Mercy Ships.
-","•	Undertake detailed research into existing Foundation donors with a view towards enhancing
relations with these donors that should lead to increasing the current levels of giving.
-•	Utilize all available information to research the various types of Foundations in order
to identify those most likely to support Mercy Ships.
-•	Prepare and distribute letters of enquiry to be sent to Foundations that through research
have been identified as realistic prospects.
-•	Seek from these Foundations copies of Annual Reports and other information necessary for
an understanding to be gained of each Foundation’s policies and objectives.
-•	Develop proposals to Foundations that have been identified as being potential Mercy Ships
donors.
-•	Maintain office files of all relevant information on prospective and actual donor Foundations.
-•	Advise the Vice President Development of opportunities to visit Foundations or attend
meetings, conventions or events where they may be represented.
-•	Attend training and personal development opportunities on a regular basis as well as field
visits to Mercy Ships outreaches or vessels.
-•	Negotiate with the V P of Development on a financial fundraising goal for each year.
-•	Track all details of interactions with Foundations on Partnership, analysis spreadsheets,
computer files and paper files. 
+","*	Undertake detailed research into existing Foundation donors with a view towards enhancing
relations with these donors that should lead to increasing the current levels of giving.
+*	Utilize all available information to research the various types of Foundations in order
to identify those most likely to support Mercy Ships.
+*	Prepare and distribute letters of enquiry to be sent to Foundations that through research
have been identified as realistic prospects.
+*	Seek from these Foundations copies of Annual Reports and other information necessary for
an understanding to be gained of each Foundation's policies and objectives.
+*	Develop proposals to Foundations that have been identified as being potential Mercy Ships
donors.
+*	Maintain office files of all relevant information on prospective and actual donor Foundations.
+*	Advise the Vice President Development of opportunities to visit Foundations or attend meetings,
conventions or events where they may be represented.
+*	Attend training and personal development opportunities on a regular basis as well as field
visits to Mercy Ships outreaches or vessels.
+*	Negotiate with the V P of Development on a financial fundraising goal for each year.
+*	Track all details of interactions with Foundations on Partnership, analysis spreadsheets,
computer files and paper files. 
 
 
 



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