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Administration: Teacher
Museum Guest Services Representative - Forty Niners Stadium Management Company (Santa Clara, CA)

49ers Museum – Guest Service Representative

Part-time

The 49ers Museum presented by SONY is currently looking for Guest Services Representatives to join its team. This part-time position is based in Levi’s® Stadium and requires the ability to work flexible schedules including nights, weekends and holidays.

The San Francisco 49ers will be moving into Levi’s® Stadium in Santa Clara, CA for the 2014 season. As part of the new stadium, the team will be opening the 20,000 square foot Museum, which will include multiple galleries, an extensive artifact collection, the Edward J. DeBartolo Sr. 49ers Hall of Fame and the Denise DeBartolo York Education Center.

The 49ers Museum presented by Sony is seeking energetic, professional and dedicated Guest Services Representatives to help ensure the Museum’s patrons have the most positive and enjoyable experience possible. Guest Services Representatives will be responsible for the following duties:

·         Staffing the reception desk
·         Selling/redeeming tickets
·         Providing above and beyond customer service to patrons
·         Answering questions and providing information about the Museum
·         Working in tandem with Museum Docents to enhance the guest experience
·         Performing opening and/or closing duties as assigned
·         Supporting daily operations of the Museum as assigned

Guest Service Representatives will combine these duties with overall support of all areas of the Museum’s operation. He/she will bring extraordinary energy, professionalism, organization skills and creativity to the 49ers organization on a daily basis and embrace the Museum’s mission, values and imperatives. 

Requirements:

·         Passion for the 49ers Museum experience and brand
·         Working knowledge of 49ers team history and current team
·         Ability to work 25-29 hrs./wk., flexible schedule
·         2+ years demonstrated experience in guest service
·         The ability to come to work every day with incredible energy for the job
·         Strong work ethic; dedication to the values of transparency, diversity, and inclusiveness
·         Strong communication skills
·         Ability to work effectively both independently and as a team member

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. What is your salary requirement?


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Administration: Teacher
Museum Educator - Bilingual in (Spanish/English) - Forty Niners Stadium Management Company (Santa Clara, CA)

Position Overview:

The 49ers Museum is seeking qualified part-time, bilingual, Museum Educators to assist the museum education department in various capacities: leading visiting school groups, assisting with education programs to local schools during the day and after-school, working with visitors in exhibits and workshops, and representing the 49ers Museum at educational events. Successful candidates are dependable, energetic, self-motivated, like working with people of all ages, possess excellent verbal and written skills and have the flexibility to work weekend, holiday and early evening hours if necessary. The ideal candidate will love the game of football, is passionate about education, and desires to provide quality museum experience for visitors.

Essential Responsibilities & Duties:

-Assist with planning and set-up of educational events and activities, including preparation of materials
-Present 49ers Museum education tours/workshops in English and Spanish to student groups and visitors.
-Facilitate programs to a variety of audiences: school-aged and family audiences
-Create and maintain positive relationships with Museum visitors
-Maintain and organize supplies needed for programs activities, demonstration and exhibits re-supply
-Help train and support docents and interns in Museum activities
-Research information for upcoming education programs and assist with other education and Museum events
-Required to gain a working understanding of the educational STEM concepts behind the game of football
-All 49ers Museum staff members are expected to answer phones, interact with visitors, and assist with various projects as needed. Through the course of routine activity, education staff may also aid other Museum staff in various tasks
-Assist in completing the office duties associated with this department
-Additional duties as assigned

Required Skills & Abilities:

-Passion for the mission of the 49ers Museum
-Must be bilingual Spanish speaker, multi-lingual, preferred.
-Ability to work enthusiastically, respectfully, and professionally with a wide variety of audiences
-Public speaking skills and experience working in group settings
-Excellent organizational, written and communication skills
-Ability to work independently on assigned tasks, seeking help as needed
-Demonstrated commitment to customer service and team work environment
-The ability to work a flexible schedule

Education/Experience:

-Bachelor’s Degree in Education preferred/ or pursuing a BA-BS degree/ or equivalent experience
-1 year of related work experience
-Experience working with school-aged children and the general public in a learning environment
-Experience with Microsoft Office and a desire to learn new technology as needed

*This position is not eligible for relocation

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you bilingual?


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Administration: Risk Management/Strategic Planning
Risk Manager - San Francisco 49ers (Santa Clara, CA)

Position Overview:

Responsibilities include management of claims, management of relationships with third party service providers including brokers, underwriters and other third party administrators, preparing loss analyses and budgets, identifying exposures, recommending solutions, implementing approved programs, updating and monitoring compliance with insurance procedures and other risk management practices.  This position reports to Legal Affairs and works closely with other departments, including Finance.

Evaluate and provide recommendations regarding selection of policies, including but not limited to: Property, Casualty, General Liability, Construction Liability and OCIP programs, Workers’ Compensation, and Directors and Officers, and Cyber-risk policies. 

Identify and analyze potential and/or actual risks and develop plans to reduce risk where possible, including developing a variety of best practices (for example, appropriate matrix of insurance requirements in contractual arrangements with external parties).

Develop and maintain a comprehensive reporting system, including with respect to events held at Levi’s® Stadium and with respect to worker’s compensation claims.

Provide comprehensive analysis of all claims.

Investigate and resolve claims under the direction of the Director of Legal Affairs.

Develop and communicate plans to address loss events.

Partner with department managers to educate regarding risk and implement best practices.

Work with the company’s insurance brokers to respond to requests for certificates of insurance and claims history documents.

Other duties as assigned.

Desired Skills & Experience

Education

Bachelor's or Master's degree in Risk Management, Business, Finance or related field required.

Experience

Five or more years of experience in risk management, claims management or a closely related field required.

Required Skills

Excellent written and verbal communication skills to effectively convey complex insurance matters in a straightforward/lay manner.

Strong analytical, critical-thinking and problem-solving skills and sound judgment.

Superior knowledge of the insurance market, insurance contracts, and court proceedings affecting liability.

Superior knowledge of a variety of compliance-related risk areas, including data privacy (e.g., PII, PCI, HIPAA).

Highly organized and detail oriented.

Ability to maintain confidentiality in all aspects of the job.

Proficient in MS Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

Work Environment and Physical Demands

This job operates in a professional office environment.  This role uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones and filing cabinets.  This is largely a sedentary role and does not require any travel.   

The San Francisco 49ers are an equal opportunity employer that welcomes and appreciates a diverse workforce. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.


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Administration: Human Resources/Benefits Administration
Human Resources System Administrator - San Francisco 49ers (Santa Clara, CA)

The HR Systems Administrator position will be responsible for the timely and accurate processing of HR transactions in the SuccessFactors HRIS (SF HRIS) and resolving data issues related to the HRIS as well as other applications including the NovaTime (time and attendance system) and Great Plains (payroll system).  The data used in these systems are used by all components of HR and payroll for reporting both internally and. The position will be within the HR Department of the company.

Responsibilities:

The HR Systems Administrator will be responsible for troubleshooting data issues within the HR applications as they arise.  As issues are resolved, the Administrator will be required to test changes prior to being implemented. Perform daily processing of HR transactions within SF HRIS. Act as primary backup to the other business analysts. Maintain audits of the data in accordance with quality control standards and procedures. Investigate data errors and correct in accordance with data entry procedures. Provide application testing for data issues as necessary. Execute standardized and custom reports as well as create executive dashboard. Administrator is responsible for building relationships within HR / payroll department in order to streamline flow of HR transactions. Analyst will train new and existing users on basic navigation of the SF HRIS system as well as onboard all new hires.

Qualifications:

College degree or equivalent experience required plus a minimum of three (3) years experience processing HR Transactions required. Standard Report generation and experience with Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint strongly preferred. Must have expertise with standard HR business processes/functions and procedures. Must be able to handle extremely sensitive data with the highest level of confidentiality. Must be well organized and display great attention to detail. Must be a team player, able to coordinate work with the team and entire HR department, work in harmony with staff and external contacts. Must be flexible and able to balance multiple tasks. Experience performing functional configuration and/or security to HR applications is desired. Experience with SuccessFactors cloud-based HCM software, Novatime and Great Plains is strongly preferred.


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