AMN Careers: Find or Fill Open Positions with AMN Careers

first_imgLSI President Brett Tennar says, “Steve’s success in developing operational strategies that improves the bottom line, builds teamwork, reduces waste and ensures quality product development and distribution checks many of the boxes of what we were looking for in a COO. This, coupled with his career in the Air Force working with highly technical systems and his in-depth understanding of Lean Six Sigma and Business Process Management sealed our offer. As our tagline states, our products are Powered by Science. This data driven approach is one reason why our company has grown exponentially as we employ the most advanced technology to product development. I am confident that Steve is the right person to drive operational strategy for our diverse and growing brands.” Advertisement DeMoulpied comes to LSI from the Private Client Services practice of Ernst & Young where he managed strategy & operations improvement engagements for privately held client businesses. Some of his prior roles include VP of strategic development, director of strategic initiatives, and Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt at OptumHealth, UnitedHealth Group’s health services business, as well as Lean Six Sigma Black Belt at General Electric, where he applied operations improvement principles to customer service, supply chain and product development. A successful entrepreneur, deMoulpied is also the founder of PrestoFresh, a Cleveland-based e-commerce food/grocery business.  With more than 20 years of experience across multiple industries and functional areas, deMoulpied has particular expertise in organizations with complex technical products. Combined, his prior positions have required a spectrum of skills in corporate strategy, operations improvement, product quality, and revenue cycle management. He has an impressive history of utilizing data driven problem solving (Lean Six Sigma) and project management (PMP and CSM) to achieve strategic goals surrounding customer satisfaction, operational efficiency and improved profit.  Where is the best place to find qualified candidates for an open position at your aftermarket organization? The new AMN Careers page!  If your aftermarket firm is seeking to hire top industry talent, put AMN Careers to work for you and have confidence that your message is reaching the right audience.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement Currently, AMN Careers is featuring open positions at a number of leading aftermarket organizations, including CARFAX, CRP Industries, Spectra Premium and Babcox Media. To see a complete list of current positions available, click here. To list a job opening at your company, please contact Classified Sales Manager Karen Kaim via e-mail or by phone at 330-670-1234 x295.,Lubrication Specialties Inc. (LSI), manufacturer of Hot Shot’s Secret brand of performance additives and oils, recently announced the expansion of senior leadership. Steve deMoulpied joins LSI as the company’s chief operating officer (COO). AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement DeMoulpied has a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Management from the United States Air Force Academy and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Dayton in Marketing and International Business. He served six years with the USAF overseeing the development of technology used on fighter aircraft and the E-3 Surveillance aircraft, finishing his career honorably as Captain.last_img read more

Sharing Poem Amidst Tragedy We’re Experiencing…

first_imgEvening falls recently over downtown Los Alamos. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.comBy JOE STANEK Los AlamosI’m just an average fellow that lives and works on the hill and I thought I’d attempt to share some words, a poem, that came to me last night amidst the tragedy that we are experiencing:​Houses​​My breath is but a candle light​the in and the out ​of the light and the darkness​Yet taken for granted​for measure by measure​​If the eye is the window​then the lung is the house​But in a house is a ceiling and a floor​​And if candles are people​they are locked in their houses​​And many candles have gone out of them​​Houses with mantles and candles gone out​While others grow dim​​Let the lighted breath continue to burn​in remembrance of those no longer breathing​​And houses untouched ​give honor​to those touched​​And have empathy, compassion,​and sorrow and tears​​And let the breath of our light continue to shine​into the darkness for those​flames now gone out​​My flame flickers​by their breath now gone out​and they whisper to us​​Live​​As our houses are shaking​As our windows are wet​​From here till tomorrow​We’ll not soon forget​​To do better​To awaken​To change​To graduate​​And apply the lessons​and to ask the questions​​And to wonder ​Why​​​–Joe Staneklast_img read more

Teacher Of Year Mandi Torrez Urges New Mexico Educational Retirement Board Trustees To Divest From For-Profit Prisons

first_imgBy MANDI TORREZ2020 Teacher of the YearI first heard the term “school-to-prison pipeline” during my first year in graduate school when I was switching careers and moving into education. My professor gave us an article that included how one southern state was using third grade test scores to plan for the prison inmate capacity it would need heading into the future.Let that sink in.I am a third grade teacher and when I look at my bouncing, bubbly students, I see potential not profit, and I do not know of a teacher who feels differently. So as educators, it is time that we ask why our pension fund is being invested in for-profit prisons, a move that goes against the very grain of what teachers like me stand for, which is to empower all children to thrive in society instead of leaving them to fall victim to an unfair justice system.This is why I am asking the New Mexico Educational Retirement Board Trustees to vote during its Aug. 14 meeting to divest from for-profit prisons.This is an opportunity for the trustees to honor the request of thousands of their vested members and put the NMERB on the right side of history.According to the American Civil Liberties Union, our incarcerated population has increased by 700% since 1970. This steep rise outpaces both population growth and crime. It’s safe to say that one reason is because for-profit prisons rely on cells to be filled in order to make their business model work. The plight of underserved populations should not be for sale.Neither should the plight of children or any human being, especially those who seek only safety and freedom. Yet, according to the Santa Fe Dreamers Project, more than 70% of immigrants being detained in the United States are in for-profit prisons. Many are refugees trying to escape violence and death in their home Countries, oftentimes brought on by historic U.S. actions. The conditions in which they are detained are deplorable and many are forced to stay for extended lengths of time while they await an asylum hearing.We are failing on our moral standards as a country. The ACLU reports that the U.S. imprisons more people — both per capita and in absolute terms — than any other nation in the world, including Russia, China, and Iran. Our teachers should  not be forced to play a part in this. We should not prop up companies that bank on our system failing vulnerable, underserved populations.Companies and cities around the country already have divested funds from for-profit prison corporations like GEO Group. The California State Teachers Retirement System made this move, as did Columbia University and Georgetown University.Having our hand in prison profits sends a terrible message about where the priorities lie in our state. As educators, we must support healing communities and seeking true partnerships, not contribute to a system that just might one day claim our students. Divesting from for-profit prisons will help dismantle those pipelines that lead from schools to prison. Dismantling injustice is why I signed up for classroom duty. How about you? Mandi Torrez is a third grade teacher at Placitas Elementary and on sabbatical to carry out duties as the 2020 New Mexico Teacher of the Year.last_img read more

Robert Stevens Elected Green Truck Association Chairman

first_imgFARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. — The Green Truck Association, an affiliate division of NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry, recently elected a new slate of officers for its board of governors.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementRobert Stevens, vice president of strategy for ROUSH CleanTech (Livonia, Mich.), will serve as the 2015-‘16 chairman of the Green Truck Association. Stevens accepted this responsibility from preceding chairman Bill Burns, fleet operations manager for the City of Columbus, Ohio.“I am grateful for this opportunity to take a leadership role in the Green Truck Association and use this position as a platform to support the movement toward adopting alternative fuel technologies,” said Stevens. “From a strategic perspective, I am interested in initiating actions to improve work truck efficiency and productivity, along with green capabilities and fuel optimization techniques. This organization is an outstanding resource to help move the commercial truck industry forward toward enhanced performance for trucks on the road today or in the future.Also elected for officer positions on the Green Truck Association Board of Governors are Vice Chairman Shawn Brougham, director of marketing and product engineering at Altec Industries (St. Joseph, Mo.); and Treasurer John Davis, chief program engineer for Ford Commercial Vehicles (Dearborn, Mich.). Each was elected to a one-year term.Serving alongside the Green Truck Association officers are:Amy Dobrikova, director of strategy and business development for Crosspoint Kinetics (Indianapolis, Ind.)Margo Melendez, manager, transportation technology deployment for National Renewable Energy Laboratory (Golden, Colo.)Chris Weiss, vice president-engineering, The Knapheide Manufacturing Co. (Quincy, Ill.)last_img read more

July 4th Weekend Recap

first_imgIt was another July 4th weekend for the books on the East End. I was lucky to spend time doing all things American, like wearing red, white, and blue, barbecuing poolside, and watching fireworks on the boat (even if my view was slightly obstructed). There were also a few great events this weekend.Market Art + Design came back to town. The modern and contemporary fine art and design fair returned to Bridgehampton for its ninth edition July 5 through July 7. On Friday evening, there was a VIP opening.Local participating galleries included Roman Fine Art, Janet Lehr Fine Arts, Quogue Gallery, The White Room Gallery, VSOP Projects, ARDT Gallery, Chase Edwards Contemporary, and RJD Gallery, along with London’s Sim Smith, Madrid’s Galerie MPA, New York City’s David Benrimon Fine Art, Richard Levy Gallery, Jan Kath Design, Muriel Guépin Gallery, Unix Gallery, Haas Contemporary, Sugarlift, Vellum Projects, and Michele Mariaud Gallery, as well as Chicago’s Jean Albano Gallery and Los Angeles’ Timothy Yarger Fine Art.This year’s beneficiary partners were The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill and East Hampton’s Guild Hall.The Sag Harbor Historical Society hosted its “The Point” Gala on Friday, July 5. This gala was hosted by Marni and Stuart Hersch in North Haven at the site of the historic Point House. Sandra Foschi and Bill Evans served as honorary chairpersons, while Stephen and Emma Walton Hamilton were this year’s honorees. Stephen Breitenbach was recognized for his renovation of The Point House and Chris Denon and John Battle were recognized for their restoration of Sag Harbor’s movie theater sign.Polo Hamptons continued this weekend in Bridgehampton with a polo match and VIP cocktail party. Guests enjoyed an open bar paired with hors d’oeuvres by Elegant Affairs while watching the match.On Sunday, “Croquet and Rosé” began at the Southampton Inn. We enjoyed samplings of rosé from Raphael winery in Peconic. Claude’s at the Southampton Inn invites guests to enjoy “Croquet and Rosé” on its lawn each Sunday for the next few weeks between noon and 6 PM. The lawn offers the perfect place to relax, mix, and mingle with friends and family. Stay for lunch and try the fish tacos or guacamole and chips — both were delicious. Next Sunday will be Foley Family Wines, followed by Provence Rosé Group on July 21, and Gin Lane 1751 on July 28.I ended July 4th weekend with an ice cream cone at Gemelli Gelato in Hampton Bays. Gemelli offers artisan gelato and sorbetto. They also have live music and lawn games, making it the perfect place to close out the busy weekend.Goddess FestivalCalling all Goddesses. A Goddess Festival, hosted by Sacred Space Revolution will be held at Montauk Beach House on Thursday, July 11, from 6 to 10 PM. Come dressed in white and enjoy a night of celebrating summer magic, women, and community. The public is invited to walk around and try mini sessions of reiki, breath work, crystal readings, aura photography, astrology readings, and tarot readings. There will be jewelry, swag, and a dance party at the end, all in the name of making healing fun and approachable.Visit www.sacredspacerevolution.com for more info.jessica@indyeastend.com Sharelast_img read more

Linde still on track for record profits

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Norris Cylinder named an “essential business”

first_imgThe Michigan-based company supplies cylinders to a number of designated critical sectors, including critical manufacturing, health care, defence, transportation and the government, and has therefore been deemed as an essential business during this time.“Based on the products we sell and the critical and urgent needs they address, we believe our business is essential during this pandemic and Norris has a protocol in place to accelerate into production priority any COVID-19 related cylinder orders, including those used for medical oxygen or helium-oxygen applications,” said Charles Manz, President of Norris Cylinder Company.“For our customers, we remain focused on our business and protecting our supply of critical products.”“This means our manufacturing facilities will remain open and we are committed to continuing to supply our products which play a critical role in the fight to minimise the spread of the virus and help to service the government, defence and medical industries and safety needs of our communities as we work through this international crisis.” “For our suppliers, your companies remain a vital part of our business and your continued support and supply is necessary to ensure Norris’ critically important products remain in the market.”last_img read more

UK Govt Sets CfD Allocation Dates

first_imgThe UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has determined the dates for the allocation of Contracts for Difference for clean energy. The first round starts on October 14 and ends on March 31 2015. Applications for this round can be submitted until October 27. “The Delivery Years 2014/15 to 2018/19 apply to contracts for difference allocated further to the round,” DECC said in an official statement.The CfDs, which are part of the UK Government’s Electricity Market Reform, will provide guaranteed prices to renewable energy producers.Offshore WIND Staff, September 03, 2014; Image: SSE (Illustration)last_img read more

A life less private

first_imgWhat do the former head of the IMF and an English footballer have in common? Well in the last fortnight, issues around what private information is in the public interest, and what is not, have swirled around both men. And as government, parliament, the press and the judiciary struggle with these issues, they should all have both cases, and cases like them, in mind. The same issues arise with regard to allegations surrounding the private life of Sir Fred Goodwin. It is often pointed out that what members of the public are interested in is different to the public interest. The English footballer who is alleged to have had an affair with a reality-TV star, and then taken out a ‘super-injunction’ to keep the episode out of the media, would seem to support this point. More of that below, but for now let us say that any argument that this is a ‘public interest’ story is on the weak side of this spectrum. Goodwin is more problematic though, and his was a super-injunction that disquieted parliamentarians, used as they are to operating with the freedom from liability that comes with the protection of parliamentary privilege. And here is the problem – for public figures, private sex may be bound up very closely with the public interest. It is remarkable that we should be surprised by this five decades on from the Profumo scandal. The fact of an affair, infidelity or sexual assault opens a public figure to the risk of blackmail and other pressures. It creates the possibility of indiscretions, and may lead to decisions or actions that go against the better judgement of a powerful public figure. Dominique Strauss-Khan has not taken out an injunction of any kind. So, following his arrest in New York for an alleged sexual assault, which he denies, what is the former head of the IMF doing on this list? Well his arrest was followed by reports of other alleged incidents of inappropriate behaviour. He denies all these allegations; but the episode is focusing on the protection afforded by France’s strict privacy laws and how appropriate they are in relation to the due diligence carried out on key public figures. Thus far, that points towards the public interest being served by a lowered respect for privacy. Maybe, but consider this. Some of the ‘entertainment’ that comes from the private lives of footballers used to be provided more regularly by ‘ordinary’ people. Open an old copy of the Daily Telegraph, for example, and you’ll find reports on he titillating details of people’s private lives, and intrusions into private misery provided as ‘court reports’ – articles embarrassing, shaming and outing people who had never before been in a newspaper. From a certain angle, it is ‘fairer’ to write about celebrities, much of the gossip about whom is manufactured or released with their consent. Does it matter if people gain the same interest and enjoyment from a celebrity similacrum as they used to more regularly gain from salacious court reports? Maybe not. But if the public’s only digestible account of human behaviour is an entirely manufactured one, and that account informs their world view – of each other, of celebrities, of politicians and business people – then over time that is also a problem. A little disinfecting sunlight is surely needed, even if doesn’t seem to be in the best possible taste. And what of Twitter and parliamentary privilege? Parliament and the judiciary will likely find their own accommodation over issues of parliamentary privilege, questions on which parliament can ultimately pull rank. But those who back strict privacy laws should note that the existence of Twitter, and other social media, means that tight privacy and reporting laws have unintended consequences. As Jemima Khan and Jeremy Clarkson, who really were no more than friends, found out, the very existence of privacy laws and super-injunctions make it harder to rely on an earnest assertion of innocent conduct.last_img read more

The truth about Ricky

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