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Location : Location US-ID-BOISE
Posted Date 6 days ago(9/21/2022 11:42 AM)
Job Summary Utilize WinCo’s IT systems to help achieve strategic business goals. Design and develop new systems by configuring new hardware and software, or use existing systems in new ways to accomplish additional or different outcomes. Work with personnel to research, analyze and define business requirements and user specifications for system changes and improvements.  Perform end user testing and system documentation.  Monitor help desk cases. Consistently provide friendly and engaging customer service to internal and external customers.  Perform related work.   Typical Duties and Responsibilities - Maintain an atmosphere of friendly, enthusiastic customer service with an emphasis on taking care of the customer. Provide exceptional customer service with users by telephone, email, and in person. - Manage minor to intermediate projects including timelines, documentation, meetings, and testing. - Test, document and support business systems applications. - Understand and follow approved change management processes. - Follow test methodology and practices to ensure quality assurance. - Respond to telephone calls, help desk tickets, emails and requests for technical support. - Create and update documentation such as business processes and procedures, user documentation, change documentation and training presentations. - Track system issues and monitor status via Help Desk tickets and Program Change Requests (PCRs). - Work with users to identify smaller enhancements and clarify detailed requirements. - Provide intermediate to advanced systems support including testing, interfaces and integrations. - Schedule meetings with users and programmers for PCR requirements review and revisions. - Support other department personnel. - Performs other duties as assigned or needed. Requirements Education: - Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education, training and/or experience demonstrating considerable knowledge of business systems analysis in addition to the requirements below. Experience: - Demonstrating strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication - Applying analytical and problem-solving skills with close attention to detail to monitor progress and complete assignments effectively. - Proficient use of Microsoft Office and SharePoint software (Word, Excel, Outlook, ). - At least one (1) year of applicable systems or project management experience. Ability to: - Consistently provide friendly and engaging customer service to internal and external customers. - Perform tasks requiring manual dexterity (e.g., process paperwork, data entry, etc.). - Work effectively in a team oriented environment by establishing and maintaining good rapport with co- workers, supervisors and others. - Perform all tasks efficiently and accurately with confidentiality, honesty and integrity. - Assist other business systems analysts with projects, project documentation, task list and issues logs. - Complete realistic ROI calculations. - Map workflows and create system, process, and/or program flow charts. - Create, follow and update Test Scripts. - Organize, facilitate, and coordinate meetings as needed, especially for requirements gathering or group testing. - Correctly prioritize concurrent tasks with limited direction. - Communicate timely meeting recaps including business decisions, open items, required tasks and next steps. - Draft communications and change notices (may require review/approval). - Understand and consider cross-functional business impacts. Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (e.g., copy machine, computer terminal, telephone, fax, etc.) and other Preferred Education, Experience and/or Credentials: - Bachelor’s degree - Specific experience as a business systems analyst or technical project manager  The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job. All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws. The responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of personnel may vary.
City
BOISE
State
Idaho
Country
United States
Post End Date
10/1/2022
Store #
Boise #000
Location : Location US-ID-Boise
Posted Date 6 days ago(9/21/2022 10:00 AM)
Applicants must reside in AZ, ID, NV, OR, MT, UT, TX, OK, CA or WA state.   Job Summary   Performs professional Human Resource employee relations related duties under the general direction of the Employee Relations Director.  Works closely with the Store Management, General Office Human Resource team, and regional employees.  Responsible for some or all of the following functional areas: employee relations, employment law compliance, investigations, policy compliance, training, coaching and providing human resource and employee relations recommendations and direction to management and employees.  Consistently provides friendly and engaging customer service to internal and external customers.  Perform related work.   Typical Duties and Responsibilities: - Investigate and resolve complaints, issues and concerns of varying complexity regarding employment practices, alleged misconduct, and violation of policy, contract and/or employment law originating from various sources. - Partner in the resolution of internal investigations. Conduct investigation interviews with pertinent individuals, both remotely and in person. - Conduct thorough research to identify applicable company policies and practices, and determine when a company policy violation has occurred. Recommend action(s) to appropriately resolve the case and proactively prevent further occurrence. - Coach management to effectively identify, navigate, and resolve employee relations and performance management issues. - Assist as needed in preparing corrective action documents, performance improvement plans, and preparing for employee conversations. - Review escalated matters with appropriate stakeholders. - Proactively identify opportunities to educate managers on employee relations trends, policy, and law. - Provide front-line support in the prevention, resolution, and referral of employee relations issues. - Provide policy interpretation, review and advice on violations of rules, regulations, policies, and procedures. Follow up to calls and conducting investigations when needed. - Assist and encourage users and customers to make effective use of the HR resources in order to drive rapid resolution and empower the customer. Educate and inform customers of the full range of HR services available to them. - Deliver friendly and engaging customer service to internal and external customers by telephone, email, and in person. Model friendly, enthusiastic customer service with an emphasis of taking care of the customer. - Maintain recordkeeping of all employee relations matters in the employee relations case management system. Monitor and analyze employee relations data to address identified themes. - Take ownership of all assigned tasks, initiatives, inquiries, and escalations. Ensure cases are resolved and completed efficiently and with a high-level of quality. Follow up and provide feedback, guidance, and coaching to customers, stakeholders, and colleagues. - Performs other duties as assigned or needed. Requirements Education: - Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources (or related field) or equivalent experience in a formal Human Resource position such as Human Resource Generalist, Human Resource Business Partner, Employee Relations Specialist, Labor Relations Specialist, or similar in addition to experience listed below. Experience: - At least two (2) years of direct employee relations experience providing guidance to management and researching, investigating and responding to employee member issues and concerns. - Demonstrating advanced knowledge of federal, state and local employment (EEO) and labor laws. - Demonstrating strong knowledge in the use of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.) software. - Communicating both verbally (on phone, one-on-one, to groups) and in writing (emails, letters, reports, presentations) to various audiences (work group, team, company management, external clients, etc.). - Utilizing time management skills such as prioritizing, organizing, tracking details and meeting deadlines of multiple projects with varying completion dates. - Demonstrating success in objectively consulting employees and managers on employee relations issues of varied scope and complexity consistent with company protocol. - Applying strong conflict resolution skills. - Applying in-depth knowledge of federal and state regulations regarding employment practices related to the day-to-day management of employees to reduce legal risks and ensure regulatory compliance. - Conducting basic research, analyzing data, and preparing recommendations. - Demonstrating a professional level of confidentiality handing sensitive applicant, employee and company information. - Developing and maintaining effective relationships with team members, managers and employees. Ability to: - Consistently provide friendly and engaging customer service to internal and external customers. - Manage a high volume of Employee Relations cases. - Maintain a high level of integrity, confidentiality and a very professional attitude. - Demonstrate advanced written and oral communication skills, including skill in writing thorough, logical, well-written analytical reports to convey complex issues. - Travel up to 10% of the time for business purposes (within state and out of state). - Multi-task and work in a fast-paced, often stressful, multiple-priority environment. - Work independently and efficiently with minimal supervision (self-motivated, take initiative, and drive results). - Be highly adaptable to change. - Respond to calls on urgent matters including after business hours, on weekends and holidays. - Perform all tasks with integrity and dependability. - Sit, twist upper body and use both hands repetitively for extended periods of time. - Perform all tasks with integrity and dependability. Additional Requirements: - Valid Driver’s License and acceptable Department of Motor Vehicles driving record. Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (multi-line telephone, computer terminal, copier/scanner, fax machine, laptop, cell phone, etc.). - Motor vehicle Preferred Education, Experience and/or Credentials: - Multi-state experience, including specific experience with California, Washington and Oregon. - Experience providing virtual Human Resources support to employees in multiple locations. - Two (2) or more years of direct experience conducting investigations of harassment, discrimination and retaliation. - Experience working in a customer service environment. - Experience using a case management system. - PHR/SPHR and SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP certifications. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employee(s) assigned to this job.  All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws.  The responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of personnel may vary. 
City
Boise
State
Idaho
Address
650 N. Armstrong Place
Country
United States
Store #
979
Location : Location US-ID-Boise
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/15/2022 6:46 PM)
Job Summary Manage facilities projects as requested/directed by WinCo Management.  Responsible for building facilities projects across the company, including construction, remodeling, and space planning.  Plan, organize and direct design, construction, remodeling and fabrication projects.  Perform related work.   Typical Duties and Responsibilities - Plan, organize and direct all phases of construction, remodeling and fabrication projects. - Direct architectural design, planning, review, and management of departmental remodel and for buildings and facilities. - Develop project plans, specifications and blueprints. - Determines project priorities. - Document information and write reports. - Coordinates bidding process for contractors. - Prepare project cost estimates. - Obtain building and repair permits. - Develops and/or coordinates proposals for facilities projects. - Confer with architects, contractors, and engineers. - Prepare specifications for bid contracts. - Estimates costs for budgeting and monitors expenditures. - Perform project site inspections. - Plan and implement changes and procedures for general energy conservation. - Examine building interior and exterior and determines type and amount of maintenance work needed. - Develop plans for construction projects. - Develop justifications for plans and projects; evaluates projects on site, reviews work of contractors, and closes out projects. - Confers with management regarding remodeling and construction needs and approves plans, specifications, cost estimates, and construction methods. - Evaluates contractors' work. - Serve as technical architectural consultant and analyze the physical, mechanical, and structural aspects of facilities. - Determines staffing needs and supervises craftsmen, mechanics and laborers for the completion of construction projects. Visits construction sites to determine crew, equipment and materials needs. - Evaluates progress of work for completeness, accuracy and conformance with standards and specifications. Prepares and approves project progress reports. - Implements and monitors construction safety policies and procedures. Provides technical assistance to crews in areas of electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and concrete construction.  Ensures projects are within approved budget and performs post-construction preventive maintenance inspections. - Performs other duties as assigned or needed.   Requirements Education: - Bachelor of Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management or equivalent   Experience: - At least three (3) years planning, organizing and directing building and major structural construction projects. - Demonstrating good knowledge of: building, safety, and fire codes; office space planning and utilization. - At least three (3) years with responsibility for project management. - Demonstrating good knowledge of: building maintenance and operations functions; building energy conservation techniques; building codes and related regulations. - Requiring good knowledge of drafting techniques and structural design, state and local building codes and various crafts such as electrical, plumbing and carpentry. - Planning, organizing and directing construction projects; preparing construction cost analysis and estimates for building repairs, materials, and equipment needs. - Overseeing the structural, mechanical, and electrical aspects of commercial building design and operation. - Interpreting the theory and practically applying commercial construction plans and proposals. - Recognizing and evaluating deviations from engineering standards. - With EPA and OSHA related safety codes and practices. - Scheduling and coordinating simultaneous departmental remodel and construction projects. - Reading and maintaining blueprints and plans. - Evaluating maintenance needs of buildings and related facilities. - Operating computers with Windows applications, including Word, Excel, Outlook, etc. in a work setting. - Applying strong analytical and problem-solving skills with close attention to detail in order to effectively monitor progress and complete assignments, performing all duties with efficiency and accuracy. - Utilizing excellent verbal, written and inter-personal communication skills, establishing and maintaining a good rapport with co-workers, supervisors, departmental vice presidents, division vice presidents, etc. - Accepting direction from multiple sources and effectively managing time to ensure deadlines are met. - Demonstrating initiative and self-direction to perform a variety of simultaneous skills (multi-tasking), fielding and prioritizing different tasks, phone calls and projects with minimal supervision. - Acceptable Department of Motor Vehicles driving record     Ability to: - Climb and work from ladders, bend and stoop, lifting and carry items weighing approximately 90 pounds. - Travel approximately 50%   Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (computer terminal, copier/scanner, 10-key, fax machine, telephone, etc) - Forklift, Electric Pallet Jack, Push Carts - Company car   Preferred Education, Experience and/or Credentials: - Licensed to practice architecture in Idaho in accordance with Idaho Code, Title 54, Chapter 3. - Licensure as an Architect, Engineer, Construction Manager or related experience. - Licensure as a General Contractor in the State of California   The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job.  All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws.  The responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of personnel may vary. 
City
Boise
State
Idaho
Address
650 N. Armstrong Place
Country
United States
Post End Date
9/30/2022
Store #
Boise #000
Location : Location US-ID-BOISE
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/13/2022 1:26 PM)
Job Summary   Responsible for facilitating and administering property and facilities maintenance related work through coordination of the help desk ticket system, prepare, review and process CAM billings, creating working schedules for preventative maintenance services,  and the coordination and communication of these efforts effectively throughout multiple departments. Team with and provide direction to Property Management Accounting employees to manage activities through completion. Assist with reviewing common area maintenance billings, reconciliations, and vendor billings as required per governing contracts. Maintain sufficient working knowledge of governing and operating documents, leases and other pertinent documents to determine all relevant parties in a shopping center are in compliance.   Typical Duties and Responsibilities - Create and maintain working calendars for preventative maintenance services such as Re-Lamping, Asphalt Work, Building Painting, etc. Oversee maintenance activities to ensure completion with attention to relevant - Coordinate activities related to help desk ticket requests from the stores. Follow up to ensure requests are resolved timely and Assists with route tickets to the appropriate maintenance vendor or staff. - Prepare, review and process CAM billings quarterly and annually and assist with past due amounts. - Field calls from tenants/owners in operating centers to address issues, concerns and possible DEC violations, and work with relevant parties to arrive at a solution. - Prepare third party construction billings that arise from applicable site development agreements, and other property damage or similar claims and ensure subsequent - Coordinate with outside service vendors to schedule work and communicate scope as well as ensure outcomes are consistent with store managers/department managers expectations. - Provide necessary information and direction to assist purchasing staff in ordering equipment required for maintenance, help desk tickets, and new store construction equipment - Communicate schedules and timelines relating to maintenance activities with vendors, stores and other necessary staff. - Has signing authority for invoices and purchase orders up to $5000.00. - On-call help desk responsibilities in the absence of the Property Management Accounting Supervisor or Manager. - Review maintenance and repair expenses for comparison against quotes and budgeted - Review incoming maintenance invoices for accuracy and relevant help desk ticket reference - Perform other duties as assigned by Property Manager Supervisor or Manager.    Requirements   Education: - High School Diploma or equivalent    Experience: - Experience in one or more of the following areas demonstrating good general knowledge of property management and maintenance: tenant relations, ordering maintenance and/or repair services, communicating with security, janitorial or landscaping personnel, handling tenant complaints or service requests, familiarity with terms of tenant leases and/or operating documents such as DEC, OEA, - Demonstrated proficiency with numerical data and - Providing excellent prioritizing skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and meet critical - Applying strong analytical and problem-solving skills with close attention to detail in order to effectively monitor progress and complete assignments, performing all duties with efficiency and - Utilizing excellent verbal, written and inter-personal communication skills to establish and maintain a good rapport with co-workers, Supervisors, store personnel and - Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, Outlook, )  Ability to: - Provide direction and leadership to other team members who play a key role in the completion of activities and - Prioritize, delegate, direct and organize tasks while meeting strict - Be self-directed and demonstrate excellent time management - Utilize excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication - Maintain a high degree of confidentiality with sensitive - Sit for extended periods of time - Demonstrate manual dexterity for typing, 10-key, data input, paper sorting,   Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (e.g., copy machine, computer terminal, telephone, fax, etc) and other  Preferred Credentials: - Relevant Associates Degree, certification and/or extensive work   The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job. All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws. The responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of personnel may vary
City
BOISE
State
Idaho
Address
650 N ARMSTRONG PLACE
Country
United States
Post End Date
9/28/2022
Store #
Boise #000

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