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Position Title: Administrative Assistant Requisition Number: 8931
Employment Status: FT N-Exempt
Division: Human Resources Division – 10007254
Location: New York City
State: New York
Job Description: Position Summary:

Performs administrative duties for Vice President, Human Resources and Vice President, Global Talent Management, in addition to day-to-day departmental support for both teams.

Responsibilities:

1. Assists both Vice President’s with daily administrative tasks and is primary contact for administrative needs of the team.
2. Schedules appointments, maintains and updates supervisor’s daily calendar. Answers telephone, screens calls, routes callers, takes messages, responds to internal and external inquiries, and provides routine information within scope of authority.
3. Types and composes memorandums, policies, minutes, manuals, letters, forms, procedures, proposals, and other documents and correspondence as appropriate. Coordinates and prepares meeting materials, presentations, agendas, notes, handouts, etc. Formats presentations, tables and spreadsheets.
4. Assists in expense reporting, budget preparation and tracking.
5. Schedules, organizes and coordinates meetings and facilities. Arranges presentations and conferences; prepares charts and timetables. Arrange travel itineraries including transportation and hotel arrangements, and prepare travel and expense reports.
6. Open, review, route and disseminate interoffice and external mail, distribute correspondence and other material to the team.
7. Develops procedures to ensure functional office operations including establishment and maintenance of departmental records and files and coordinates departmental supplies and initiates order for supplies and materials as needed.
8. Researches information, compiles data, and provides reports and statistics. Provides data entry and clerical support as necessary.
9. Support VP, Human Resources with Discovery’s succession planning process.
10. Provides back-up assistance to other HR staff members. Functions as administrative liaison to departmental staff, other departments, external vendors and consultants.
11. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Requirements:

* 3+ years related administrative experience.
* High skill level of MS PowerPoint and Excel.
*Ability to perform administrative and clerical operations with accuracy and confidentiality.
*Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with peers, employees, managers, and clients, to maintain confidentiality in daily operations and to conduct daily duties in a professional manner.
*Excellent computer skills, including database and reporting management expertise, preferably with an HRIS system. Proficiency in MS Office applications and Lotus Notes.
*Must be extremely detail orientated.
*Must have the legal right to work in the United States.

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Stud Finder Is Back! DIY Network’s latest edition of Stud Finder is on a mission to find the next do-it-yourself star. We’re searching nationwide to see who’s got the right combination of chops and charisma. The winner walks away with the grand prize — their very own show on DIY!
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Stud Finder 2009
Overview and Timeline

We’ve broken down each of the phases of this year’s Stud Finder contest, from auditions and the selection of finalists to the final competition and grand-prize winner. The TV special airs on DIY Network in November, but there’s tons of stuff that will happen between now and then.

Auditions

Auditions

Think you’re the next Stud Finder or know someone who might be? You have until 5pm (EST) Monday, July 13, to get your videos in and try to convince us.

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Finalists Selections

Finalists Selections

There will be five finalists competing for the grand prize. On August 3 we’ll announce the first four finalists. Then you get to pick the fifth finalist! We’ll give you a choice of three semi-finalists to choose from. Voting will take place August 3 through August 31. The fifth finalist will be announced in September. The five finalists will then have less than a month to hone their skills for the one-hour TV special event.

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Watch to See Who Wins

Watch to See Who Wins

Tune in to the one-hour special to see the five finalists in head-to-head competition with one another. Only one can win!

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Russia breaks  wall  into U.S. nuclear market
By Simon Shuster, Reuters
11 hours ago

MOSCOW — Russia signed a landmark deal to supply nuclear fuel directly to U.S. companies on Tuesday, setting itself up to control 20 percent of the U.S. uranium market and extending its global reach in the nuclear sector.

At a ceremony in the Russian capital, U.S. electricity firms PG&E, Ameren Corp and Luminant signed deals to get more than $1 billion in uranium supplies from Russia’s state nuclear fuel exporter Tenex between 2014 and 2020.

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Bruce Hamilton, the president of Fuelco, the intermediary set up by the three U.S. companies for the deal with Russia, said Tuesday’s agreements open the door for Russia to directly take 20 percent of the U.S. uranium market between 2014 and 2020.

The Russians do it all. They mine it, they convert it and they enrich it,  Hamilton told Reuters after the deals were signed.  And after 2020, it’s just wide open (for Russia).

The Russian fuel would be used initially to provide power to 5 million U.S. homes in California, Texas and Missouri, he added.

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Tuesday’s deals extended its reach further into the United States, where Russia is now discussing access to nuclear infrastructure, such as uranium storage facilities, Kiriyenko said.

The directors of the U.S. energy companies discussed this with us. For them it would be more convenient if these facilities were located right in the United States. This is a logical step for us,  Kiriyenko told reporters.

He added that these facilities would be jointly owned.

U.S. anti-dumping laws were eased last year in a deal between Moscow and Washington to allow direct sales of uranium to other U.S. firms aside from USEC.

[ . . . ]

(Editing by Anthony Barker)

Reuters

http://www.comcast.net/articles/news-general/20090526/NEWS-US-RUSSIA-USA-URANIUM/

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NYPD seeks clues to small explosion at Starbucks
By COLLEEN LONG, AP
9 hours ago

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In this video frame grab image taken from WABC-TV via AP Television News, po…

NEW YORK — Police combed surveillance footage Tuesday and hunted for additional video that might have captured a small explosion near a Starbucks on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

The blast bore resemblances to previous small bombings in the city, but investigators so far believe it was isolated.

The explosion early Monday destroyed a sidewalk bench and shattered windows; no one was injured. The coffee shop, near the Guggenheim museum, was open Tuesday morning, although the windows hadn’t been fixed. Traffic was back to normal in the area.

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http://www.comcast.net/articles/news-national/20090525/US.Coffee.Shop.Explosion/

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