Clorox is Hiring Like Crazy!

first_img9. Financial Reporting ManagerLocation: Pleasanton, CAWhat You’ll Do: “Manage the worldwide Financial Reporting Controls process, supporting the cross functional process and sub-process owners (domestic and international) through process changes, completion of quarterly self-assessments and successful year-end external audits (40%). Lead select change management initiatives, such as system implementations, ensuring that sound financial controls are built into process changes and key business initiatives (20%). Provide global support and leadership on internal controls (20%). Manage a Senior Financial Analyst, including coaching and career development activities (10%). Identify and implement effort reduction projects as part of Agile initiatives (10%).” Apply Now 5. Real Estate AnalystLocation: Pleasanton, CAWhat You’ll Do: “Own the monthly rent roll process by reviewing and processing payment submission by 3rd party lease administrator. Review annual landlord reconciliation statements and calculations. Work with landlord to resolve issues. Research and interpret various contractual provisions to ensure the Company understands its rights under lease agreements. Be the main point of contact for rent and operating cost questions, budget preparation, and variance analysis. Partner with accounting as the Real Estate lead for implementing new lease accounting requirements. Responsible for managing and holding accountable 3rd party vendor.” Apply Now 3. Cost Savings Analyst – CCEMLocation: Alpharetta, GAWhat You’ll Do: “Supports the companies cost savings efforts for current fiscal year. Responsible for developing recommendations for budget and ongoing forecasts by Strategic Business Unit (SBU)/ Performance Management Unit (PMU). Works with team to ensure sufficient cost savings projects to meet goals. Effectively communicates gaps and opportunities to key stakeholders.”Apply Now 2. Project ManagerLocation: Richmond, London, England What You’ll Do: “Leads, in small and medium complexity projects, cross-functional teams (i.e., marketing, sales, engineering, R&D product development, marketing research, and others as needed). Delivers ‘RR’s and CG’ projects (time constrained, medium complexity, share gaining) for new products and/or cost savings. Acts as primary liaison between general management leadership teams and project teams. Leads projects from initiation (charter) through technical transfer. Organizes the cross-functional activities to ensure completion of the project/product on schedule on budget and within charter constraints.”Apply Now When people look for new jobs, there are often a few main factors they take into account: salary increases, job title, company culture, and more. But one thing you may not have considered — yet absolutely should — is the quality of senior leadership. According to Glassdoor research, senior leadership is the second top predictor of employee satisfaction, carrying even more weight when it comes to overall happiness than compensation and benefits or work-life balance. Given this, if you’re looking for a job that you’ll truly love, looking at companies on Glassdoor’s Highest Rated CEOs list is a great place to start. Fortunately, it just so happens that the company with the #1 Highest Rated CEO for 2017, Clorox, has plenty of open positions to go around. Want to go to a company where an excellent company culture starts from the very top? Take a look at some of the many positions they have available. 1. Corporate Counsel, LitigationLocation: Oakland, CAWhat You’ll Do: “Reporting to a Vice President – Associate General Counsel, this role is responsible for managing a variety of U.S. civil litigation matters, including product liability, premises liability, commercial disputes, and intellectual property. The role also will handle various types of investigations, including regulatory and other governmental inquiries.”Apply Now 4. Consumer Insights Manager – Brand/ShopperLocation: Oakland, CAWhat You’ll Do: “The Global Insights Manager for the Laundry neighborhood of the Cleaning Studio is responsible for representing the consumer and guiding the organization on the right thing to do for that consumer. The role will include bringing to life consumer insights for the base businesses, completing foundational consumer understanding, being a strategic though partner, and helping to strengthen consumer presence in all business activities at Clorox.”Apply Now 8. Region Sales ManagerLocation: MassachusettsWhat You’ll Do: “Sales execution to assigned Northeast Region Customers for Home Care and Laundry brands. Management of Acosta Sales and Marketing as broker sales agent for all assigned customers. Development of Clorox sales plans based on category AMPS expectations and guidelines. Customer development and Buyer relationship management. Execution of Clorox trade funds systems and management of fund spending.”Apply Now Are these jobs not quite the right fit for you? Don’t sweat it — Clorox has dozens more open positions, which you can find below. Good luck, and happy job hunting!Browse All Open Clorox Company Roles! 7. Scientist II – Global Stewardship Regulatory Compliance Business PartnerLocation: Pleasanton, CAWhat You’ll Do: “The Regulatory Compliance Business Partner is a member of a team responsible for providing regulatory guidance and input in partnership with the Specialty businesses. The individual in this role will ensure an understanding of the business objectives and strategic plans for assigned products and projects and will seek to ensure business needs are met as part of a multi-functional team. The individual will have responsibility for coordinating all aspects of product compliance and safety for assigned projects and coordinate with subject matter experts, as needed.” Apply Now 10. Brand ManagerLocation: Richmond, London, EnglandWhat You’ll Do: “As the Brand Manager, you will develop and execute marketing strategy and demand creation initiatives. Constantly bringing new ideas to the table, you will take ownership of the core categories, including Lip Balm and Lip Colour. Specifically, you will: Lead cross-functional teams to implement both short and long-term brand marketing strategies. Exceed customer expectations by delivering a superior online experience. Accelerate the brand’s growth within Europe. Partner with agencies to design and implement the local communication, advertising, PR and social marketing plans across online and offline consumer touch points. Participate in the financial planning process.”  Apply Now 6. National Account Executive – WholesaleLocation: Sydney, AustraliaWhat You’ll Do: “Reporting to the National Wholesale Business Manager, you will enjoy developing sales plans & coordinating marketing strategies for wholesale customers including Metcash, Costco and Aldi. You’ll develop and maintain sales relationships with major customers while evaluating & assisting the team in developing strategies, solutions and opportunities. This is a role that allows you to work in a flexible, autonomous manner, make an impact, and works across the Chux©, Glad©, Handy Andy©, and Gumption© portfolios with either State and/or National customers.”Apply Nowlast_img read more

The 5 Takeaways from the Coyotes introduction of

The 5 Takeaways from the Coyotes introduction of

first_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo “It’s pretty scary, guys,” Jaworski said pejoratively of some of the quarterbacks that NFL teams have on their roster.He pointed to Atlanta’s Dominique Davis, Pittsburgh’s Bruce Gradkowski, Denver’s Brock Osweiler and Cincinnati’s Josh Johnson as examples of how teams are struggling to find serviceable backups.“These are guys that have had literally no NFL experience, and they’re one snap away from having to carry a team’s fortunes,” the analyst said.He said he’s not even sure if the league boasts 32 “competent” starting quarterbacks — an average of one per team — at this time. He also said a rash of injuries has further diluted the overall quality of the position.“And I think the league is concerned,” said Jaworski, who played quarterback for 14 years for the Rams, Eagles, Dolphins and Chiefs. “There have been an inordinate number of injuries, by my count.”There are such slim pickings at the position that St. Louis, which lost starting QB Sam Bradford to a torn ACL last Sunday, reportedly contacted Brett Favre to see if he had any interest in joining the team. Favre, who last played in 2010, turned down the offer. 0 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Despite the perceived lack of talent at quarterback, Jaworski said things are looking up for the league in the near future.“I actually think the quality coming out of college is much better than it was a few years ago,” he said. “I think there’s better coaching right now. There are more passing (offenses) that have NFL concepts.“The feeder system is good.” The Arizona Cardinals had a disastrous time in the 2012 season trying to find stability at the quarterback position. The team acquired Carson Palmer from the Oakland Raiders in the offseason in hopes of remedying that situation, but the offense hasn’t shown great strides of improvement with Palmer under center so far.ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski said Thursday while on Arizona Sports 620’s Burns & Gambo show that what’s happening to the Cardinals at quarterback is part of a league-wide phenomenon. Top Stories Your browser does not support the audio element. LISTEN: Ron Jaworski, ESPN NFL Analyst Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more