general manager – Athena Site http://athenasite.net/ Mon, 14 Mar 2022 16:55:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://athenasite.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-1-120x120.png general manager – Athena Site http://athenasite.net/ 32 32 Blackhawks interview Cubs assistant manager Jeff Greenberg for GM job https://athenasite.net/blackhawks-interview-cubs-assistant-manager-jeff-greenberg-for-gm-job/ Mon, 07 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/blackhawks-interview-cubs-assistant-manager-jeff-greenberg-for-gm-job/ | February 7, 2022, 3:56 p.m. February 7, 2022, 3:56 p.m. The Chicago Blackhawks say they interviewed Jeff Greenberg, who is currently assistant general manager for the Chicago Cubs of MLB, to fill the vacant position of general manager for the NHL team, although it is unclear at this time. where he ranks among the […]]]>

The Chicago Blackhawks say they interviewed Jeff Greenberg, who is currently assistant general manager for the Chicago Cubs of MLB, to fill the vacant position of general manager for the NHL team, although it is unclear at this time. where he ranks among the club’s ever-growing roster. candidates.

Greenberg started with the Cubs as a baseball operations intern in 2012, and after holding positions as director of professional scouting and baseball operations, director of baseball operations, and assistant general manager, he has assumed the role of Deputy General Manager in 2020.

Prior to his tenure with the Cubs, Greenberg, a graduate of Columbia Law School, articled for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Arizona Diamondbacks and Major League Baseball’s labor relations department.

Greenberg is the latest name to appear on the list of potential Blackhawks general managers, with news of his interview coming a day after Peter Chiarelli, the former Boston Bruins general manager who reached two Stanley Cup Finals in the past of his term, was announced as someone Chicago had interviewed.

Chicago also interviewed interim general manager Kyle Davidson, Carolina Hurricanes assistant general manager Eric Tulsky and former Montreal Canadiens assistant general manager Scott Mellanby and said they would provide further updates to as more interviews are completed.

Davidson was promoted to the interim role after longtime chief executive Stan Bowman resigned in October following a report by an outside law firm that found the organization had mishandled allegations that an assistant coach allegedly sexually assaulted a player during the team’s Stanley Cup in 2010.

The report also played a role in the departure of Al MacIsaac, another of Chicago’s top hockey executives, and the NHL fined the team $2 million for “inadequate internal procedures of the organization and its inadequate and untimely response”.

Former Blackhawks forwards Eddie Olczyk, Marian Hossa and Patrick Sharp are helping the team in its general manager search, and CEO Danny Wirtz said the organization plans to interview candidates “both inside and outside”. outside of hockey.

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legal jobs-Assistant Manager Vacancy At The Insolvency And Bankruptcy Board Of India (IBBI) https://athenasite.net/legal-jobs-assistant-manager-vacancy-at-the-insolvency-and-bankruptcy-board-of-india-ibbi/ Thu, 03 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/legal-jobs-assistant-manager-vacancy-at-the-insolvency-and-bankruptcy-board-of-india-ibbi/ The Board of Insolvency and Bankruptcy of India (IBBI) is inviting applications for the post of Associate Deputy Director. Job name: Deputy director Essential qualification and experience (a) Leaders of RBI, Banks, Financial Institutions, Regulators, Statutory Bodies and Academies: For Deputy Director (AM) • Officers with at least two years of experience in the officer […]]]>

The Board of Insolvency and Bankruptcy of India (IBBI) is inviting applications for the post of Associate Deputy Director.

Job name: Deputy director

Essential qualification and experience

(a) Leaders of RBI, Banks, Financial Institutions, Regulators, Statutory Bodies and Academies: For Deputy Director (AM)

• Officers with at least two years of experience in the officer cadre or junior management rank, AND

• Possess the following desired diploma: Master’s degree in business administration with specialization in law/finance/economics/accounting; WHERE

• Advanced degree in law/finance/economics/accounting from a university or recognized institution with knowledge of insolvency or bankruptcy issues.

(b) Government Officers: For Deputy Director (AM): an officer of the Central Government or State or Union Territory Governments or PSUs

• With Regular Service at Level 10 (Rs. 56100-177500) in the 7th CPC Pay Matrix or Grade Pay of Rs. 4800 in PAY BAND-2 in the Pre-Revised Schedule; WHERE

• With two years of service in the grade rendered after appointment on a regular basis at Level 7 (Rs. 44900-142400) in the pay matrix of 7th CPC or Grade Pay of Rs. 4600 in PAY BAND-2 in the scale pre-revised; AND

• Have desirable experience in the field of law, finance, economics, accounting or administration

How to register?

• Interested candidates are required to submit their application in the prescribed format. It should be submitted to the General Manager (HR), 7th Floor, Mayur Bhawan, Connaught Place, New Delhi -110001 or mailed to [email protected]

• The deadline for submitting the application duly sent by the employer is February 7, 2022.

To access the official notification, click on here

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Ryan Johnson plays big role since Canucks leadership turnover https://athenasite.net/ryan-johnson-plays-big-role-since-canucks-leadership-turnover/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 01:11:22 +0000 https://athenasite.net/ryan-johnson-plays-big-role-since-canucks-leadership-turnover/ Breadcrumb Links Vancouver Canucks Sports NHL Hockey Hockey operations president Jim Rutherford has cited Ryan Johnson’s substantive work more than once in the month since Rutherford joined the Vancouver Canucks. Author of the article: Patrick johnston Canucks Senior Director of Player Development Ryan Johnson speaking to the media at the 2019 Vancouver Canucks Development Camp […]]]>

Hockey operations president Jim Rutherford has cited Ryan Johnson’s substantive work more than once in the month since Rutherford joined the Vancouver Canucks.

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Almost from the day he was hired as president of hockey operations for the Vancouver Canucks, Jim Rutherford has brought a quartet of names.

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All four are former players and are remnants of the previous regime – two having only been in management for a few months, another for only a few years, the fourth for almost three decades.

Henrik and Daniel Sedin, Stan Smyl and Ryan Johnson have all heard public praise for their work from their new boss. Smyl even got a promotion.

Johnson, however, had a great practical role to fill and Rutherford was especially grateful. After Assistant General Manager Chris Gear and Director of Hockey Operations Jonathan Wall were fired by owner Francesco Aquilini – Rutherford made it clear it wasn’t his call – Rutherford was going to need a hand of confidence to take charge of managing the Canucks’ salary cap, a situation that has proven to be a delicate balancing act for several years.

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Wall and Gear handled the contractual whims and desires of Property and General Manager Jim Benning for several seasons, doing what they could for a less than optimal contract structure.

Before Rutherford took over, Johnson’s duties saw him attempting to lead an understaffed player development department and also managing the day-to-day operations of an understaffed AHL team.

In addition to being general manager of the Abbotsford Canucks and senior director of player development, Johnson, 45, has also been asked to take over the management of the salary cap.

“Jim from day one trusted me,” Johnson said. “I enjoyed working under him.

Johnson played college hockey for the University of North Dakota. Drafted in 1994 by the Florida Panthers, he played in the AHL and NHL for the Panthers. His NHL career lasted until 2011, when he played for the Tampa Bay Lightning, St. Louis Blues, Canucks and Chicago Blackhawks.

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Johnson has played for a lot of teams, a lot of coaches and a lot of managers. He was first hired in 2013 by the Canucks as a player development consultant.

Johnson says he’s already learned a lot working for Rutherford.

“I consider myself to be a very observant, as a player and now on the other side of the wall here,” he said. “Sometimes you have to shut up, do a good job, and listen. “

“I realized how lucky this situation is (with Rutherford) – he’s someone who has won multiple Stanley Cups.”

And below it all, he feels lucky to be doing what he does.

“Especially in this world, the hockey side of things is very small and tiny. Look at the flood situation in Abbotsford. Or the pandemic, ”he said. “These are people who experience real stress.”

“It puts things in perspective so you love what you do. “

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Tough roster decisions ahead for Lions leadership – the Oakland Press https://athenasite.net/tough-roster-decisions-ahead-for-lions-leadership-the-oakland-press/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 19:54:04 +0000 https://athenasite.net/tough-roster-decisions-ahead-for-lions-leadership-the-oakland-press/ As the Detroit Lions season draws to a close, the draft position and future needs have become clearer. So it’s almost officially draft season for Lions general manager Brad Holmes and head coach Dan Campbell. Naturally, most of the questions in this week’s mailbag revolve around how the team can improve during the offseason. Let’s […]]]>

As the Detroit Lions season draws to a close, the draft position and future needs have become clearer. So it’s almost officially draft season for Lions general manager Brad Holmes and head coach Dan Campbell.

Naturally, most of the questions in this week’s mailbag revolve around how the team can improve during the offseason. Let’s get started.

* Questions edited for clarity

What do you think of Jared Goff starting a full season next year? Plus, is it too early to start watching QBs in next year’s draft? – @ halljor02

Responnse: Due to his contract, Goff is pretty much a roster lock next season. Also, I don’t think the Lions staff have any intention of trying to leave Goff after just one season, more with limited talent around him. As for next season, this is only the second year of a rebuild. Goff as a starter isn’t the worst thing in the world, especially if he can play more like he has in his last outings. I still believe Goff is a replaceable level quarterback who will eventually require an upgrade in this role. However, given the weaker quarterback’s draft class, the Lions are unlikely to find a quarterback who would be an instant starter on the incumbent.

It’s always fair to assess quarterbacks in the draft, but the Lions shouldn’t be looking for a flagman either. Unfortunately, quarterbacks are often overwritten due to the importance of the position. Holmes and Campbell aren’t close to hitting the need spots, considering all the holes still on the roster. Obviously, if a good quarterback prospect slips into the Lions, go ahead and take your chance. Keep in mind, however, that the likelihood of finding a legitimate starter and hitting a QB halfway through is slim to zero. Yes, there are exceptions. But, more often than not, they become nothing more than a backup grade drive. You can often find solid starters on day two and even day three in other places – which Lions desperately need.

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Management rotations let us guess in 2021 https://athenasite.net/management-rotations-let-us-guess-in-2021/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 07:30:12 +0000 https://athenasite.net/management-rotations-let-us-guess-in-2021/ Change is evident in cities as people come and go. In key positions, however, a retirement or departure can lead to complications and adjustments. Sometimes this retreat brings decades of experience with the departure, losing institutional knowledge and understanding of processes that cannot be easily replaced. This year is marked by many departures and new […]]]>

Change is evident in cities as people come and go. In key positions, however, a retirement or departure can lead to complications and adjustments.

Sometimes this retreat brings decades of experience with the departure, losing institutional knowledge and understanding of processes that cannot be easily replaced.

This year is marked by many departures and new faces in key positions.

Several cities in the Item Zone will start in 2022 looking for people to take the helm at the top.

New police chiefs take the reins, with local officers rising to the top of the ranks.

And a variety of other Head of Department positions have changed or will change in the coming months.

Sterling was on the cusp of a year since a new city administrator began when trouble drove Kellie Hebert to leave, starting this city on the path to finding a new person to lead the administration of the city. Interim administrators Frank Aponte and Kama Jayne return to their roles from a year ago, leading the city while the search continues.

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Steven Schumacher on Plymouth Argyle Behind-the-Scenes Staff New Deputy Director https://athenasite.net/steven-schumacher-on-plymouth-argyle-behind-the-scenes-staff-new-deputy-director/ Tue, 14 Dec 2021 19:00:09 +0000 https://athenasite.net/steven-schumacher-on-plymouth-argyle-behind-the-scenes-staff-new-deputy-director/ Steven Schumacher is in talks with someone he hopes will become his deputy manager at Plymouth Argyle. The new Pilgrims boss has also confirmed that he does not expect any backstage staff at the League One club to leave following Ryan Lowe’s resignation to take charge of Preston North End. Kevin Nancekivell will continue as […]]]>

Steven Schumacher is in talks with someone he hopes will become his deputy manager at Plymouth Argyle.

The new Pilgrims boss has also confirmed that he does not expect any backstage staff at the League One club to leave following Ryan Lowe’s resignation to take charge of Preston North End.

Kevin Nancekivell will continue as the first team coach and Schumacher has spoken enthusiastically about him and their working relationship.

Read more: Argyle confirms long-term contract details for Steven Schumacher

Schumacher made his comments at a press conference at Home Park on Tuesday afternoon, which was also attended by general manager Andrew Parkinson and soccer director Neil Dewsnip.

Regarding a new deputy manager, Schumacher said: “There are plans to bring someone in. We are currently talking to someone who we hope can come and help us and be part of the team.

“Someone who I think is going to be important for me to develop first of all as a manager and also to help the team to be better.

“Discussions will continue. He can’t wait to come and take a look around and see what the job is all about. I hope he can do that in the next few days and that can be resolved fairly quickly. . “

Nancekivell had a stint as a player with Argyle and held a number of different coaching roles as a club, including two short stints as interim manager.

The 50-year-old continued as a first-team coach when Lowe and Schumacher left Bury for the Pilgrims in the summer of 2019 and Schumacher holds him in high regard.

Schumacher said: “We have spent a lot of time together over the past few years, planning, conducting sessions, reviewing, traveling across the country.

“We also became very good friends with (his wife) Jo and his daughters, so I think that’s important. We have a great relationship.

“Nance is also a very good coach and is extremely important to Plymouth Argyle. I anticipate Nance will be here a lot longer than likely everyone else in this room. He’s Mr. Argyle and we don’t want to lose him.”

Regarding the possibility of new departures of Argyle staff following Lowe’s resignation, Schumacher said: “I don’t anticipate that to happen, no. measure.

“But, at the moment, all of the staff are fully committed to Plymouth Argyle and rightly so, and committed to the new manager and what we are trying to do for the future.”

It was a 48-hour whirlwind for Argyle and Schumacher after Preston made his official approach for Lowe on Sunday, December 5, following the 2-1 FA Cup second round victory at Rochdale.

Two days later, Lowe took over from Preston after paying Argyle what Parkinson described as “contractual” compensation and Schumacher was immediately named his successor.

He has already taken charge of two games, a 1-1 draw with MK Dons last Wednesday and the 2-1 loss to Sunderland on Saturday.

Schumacher said: “I think I’ve learned that I have good people around me. I couldn’t have finished those two games if I didn’t have that.

“Neil and Andrew told me that I had their full support for the MK Dons game so that I could then focus on trying to organize the squad with the rest of the coaching staff, which I think we did.

“Secondly, I learned that the players are behind me because I think in the last two games everyone could see that they gave what they had.

“It’s been a tough week on the road, three games away and against MK Dons and Sunderland, who are two of the best teams in the division.

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“I think the guys stood up against them, had a good result at MK Dons and failed on Saturday after what was a rough start.”

Argyle is sixth in League One after a string of difficult results after a superb 16-game unbeaten streak earlier in the season.

Schumacher’s first game as manager at Home Park will be against Charlton Athletic on Saturday in their last pre-Christmas game.

Regarding his goal for the rest of the season, he said: “To continue to improve. I think everyone knows we have made a good start but we have half a season left.

“We have to take the next game almost like the first game, if you will. There is half a season left, we have to improve as a team.”

Read more: Message from Steven Schumacher for Ryan Lowe ahead of the January transfer window

Read more:Steven Schumacher identifies where Argyle needs to improve

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Think your job is tough? Try to be the assistant manager https://athenasite.net/think-your-job-is-tough-try-to-be-the-assistant-manager/ Sat, 04 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/think-your-job-is-tough-try-to-be-the-assistant-manager/ In the hierarchy of difficult to fill positions, the assistant manager is at the top. The role, long seen as a thankless but necessary stepping stone to higher-paying managerial jobs in industries like retail and hospitality, has lost even more appeal during the pandemic. This makes it harder for restaurants and other businesses to fulfill […]]]>

In the hierarchy of difficult to fill positions, the assistant manager is at the top.

The role, long seen as a thankless but necessary stepping stone to higher-paying managerial jobs in industries like retail and hospitality, has lost even more appeal during the pandemic.

This makes it harder for restaurants and other businesses to fulfill a critical role at a time when a broader labor shortage is complicating America’s economic recovery from the pandemic.

“This job is particularly seen as thankless, overworked and underpaid, period,” said Danny Stoller, co-founder of Square Pie Guys, a small, upscale pizza chain in the San Bay area. Francisco.

Mr Stoller said he had listed a deputy general manager open in November 2020 and had not received any applications from a qualified candidate for 10 months, despite increasing the annual salary from $ 55,000 to 70 $ 000. About two months ago, he stepped down and reconfigured the role of CEO. Applications have exploded and the company recently extended an offer to one candidate. “I think there is a branding element involved,” he said.

When it comes to finding deputy directors, says Danny Stoller, co-founder of Square Pie Guys, “I think there’s a branding element involved.”

Being an assistant manager has had a less than stellar reputation for years. The hours are long and the pay is not necessarily much better than lower level jobs, as executives are often not paid for the overtime they work.

During the Covid pandemic, employers struggled to retain hourly workers, leaving assistant managers to focus more on subordinate duties while finding time for their managerial duties. Meanwhile, fewer frontline workers want to jump into this role, data shows, especially in the restaurant industry.

On the job search site Indeed.com, the share of all jobs seeking assistant managers increased 1.6% from October 2019 to October of this year. But job seekers’ interest in these ads, as measured by the change in the percentage of ad clicks, fell 21% over the same period. This has led to a 29% increase in what Indeed calls the talent mismatch, or the difference between employers ‘demand for workers to fill certain positions and job seekers’ interest in those jobs.

While many people who leave frontline hospitality jobs to join the first rung of management miss overtime and tips, some who make the leap earn big pay increases, said Matt Sigelman, chief executive of the labor market analysis firm Emsi Burning Glass. . It can be hard work, he said, “but on the other hand, you’re on the train. So if people choose not to participate, they are missing out on that ticket for upward mobility. ”

Kathryn Yarbrough was attending college in 2014 while working as a waiter at an Italian restaurant in Georgia. Eventually, she was working so many hours that she dropped out of school.

“I still think it was maybe the worst decision I could have made, but at that point I was part of a team and they were really counting on me,” she said. “It was like, ‘We take care of each other here, we support each other.’ I really liked it. ”

Hoping for promotion, she took on more positions and responsibilities. When a position of executive assistant opened up, she accepted it. But she said she was continually asked to cover shifts for servers, hosts and dishwashers who didn’t show up, sometimes without additional pay. She juggled tasks like handling customer complaints, taking an inventory of food and supplies, answering phones and fixing broken equipment, she said, all while earning $ 75 for a shift scheduled to last five hours which often extended to seven or nine hours. without additional remuneration.

“I had nightmares about my job. I felt sick sitting in the parking lot looking at the building. It was so stressful, ”said Ms. Yarbrough, 33. “I realized that at every step I was making compromises. ”

She submitted her two-week notice last March, giving up her hope of being promoted to general manager, shortly after a friend told her about vacancies at the toy company where he works. Ms. Yarbrough now earns $ 16 an hour inspecting minifigures.

“I drive to my new job so that I don’t have to be successful at my old job,” says Yarbrough. “Sometimes I feel like I’m still recovering.”

Alleged violations of federal overtime regulations often involve the role of deputy manager, as the work often overlaps pay and hourly duties, said Justin Swartz, attorney at Outten & Golden LLP who represents the workers. Assistant managers are often paid at or slightly above the federal minimum wage threshold of $ 684 per week, exempting them from overtime rules. Mr Swartz said he has received more calls from assistant managers regarding alleged overtime violations during the pandemic, as staff shortages lead to more people in such roles to handle tasks normally performed by managers. hourly employees.

Under federal labor law, workers exempt from overtime are generally eligible for overtime if the majority of their time is spent on tasks paid by the hour, among other factors. The problem of overtime violations for assistant managers is common not only in restaurants, Mr. Swartz added, but also in retail, bank branches and other front-line industries.

Tiffany Palliser quit her job as an assistant manager at Panera Bread and now works from home as a call center representative.


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“When you take someone who spent 70% of their time on exempt work and 30% on hourly work, that person can be properly classified as exempt,” Mr. Swartz said. “But then you flip that and due to a labor shortage they spend 70% of their time lining up at the counter, flipping burgers or stocking shelves, and only 30% of the time. their time to manage. Now their main duty has changed.

These trends were evident before the current staff shortage, which has left employers with more than 11 million openings, while only 7.4 million workers are looking for jobs.

The US economy created just 210,000 jobs in November, the smallest monthly gain of the year as employers face a persistent shortage of available workers. The unemployment rate fell to 4.2% and average wages rose 4.8% from the previous year.

Tiffany Palliser accepted an entry-level position at a Panera Bread restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Shortly after high school, and landed a promotion to assistant principal after three years. “Once you get into that role, you’re like, ‘Great, one more step. I can continue, ”she said. As the main breadwinner to her family of four, including two young children, she looked forward to a CEO role and the increase that would come with it.

She quickly became disillusioned, working 60 hours a week for a salary that never exceeded $ 40,000 a year, with no bonus for her overtime. If she worked less than her scheduled 45 hours, her employer cut her pay, she said. She spent most of her time filling hourly shifts, she said, with few managerial duties other than ordering and picking up supplies. “My husband and I used to talk, I would say I was a glorified cashier or a glorified line cook,” she said. She stayed a few more years hoping for a promotion that never came.

In August 2019, Covelli Enterprises Inc., the franchisee who owned the location of Ms Palliser and about 260 others, agreed to pay $ 4.6 million to settle claims that it failed to pay the assistant managers. for overtime.

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Covelli did not respond to requests for comment on the allegations and Panera Bread declined to comment.

Now Ms. Palliser, 31, works from home as a call center representative, earning $ 12 an hour. Her husband, who previously raised their two children to support his wife’s goal of moving up the restaurant management ladder, also works for a call center company. “Our idea was that I was progressing,” she said, “I was going to be the CEO, and obviously it didn’t work.”

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Changes in hockey management within the Montreal Canadiens organization | Sports https://athenasite.net/changes-in-hockey-management-within-the-montreal-canadiens-organization-sports/ Sun, 28 Nov 2021 20:45:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/changes-in-hockey-management-within-the-montreal-canadiens-organization-sports/ MONTREAL – Geoff Molson, owner, president and chief executive officer of the Club de hockey Canadien, announced that Marc Bergevin, executive vice-president and general manager, Trevor Timmins, assistant general manager, as well as Paul Wilson, senior vice-president, Public Affairs and Communications, have been relieved of their respective functions, with immediate effect. A process of recruiting, […]]]>

MONTREAL – Geoff Molson, owner, president and chief executive officer of the Club de hockey Canadien, announced that Marc Bergevin, executive vice-president and general manager, Trevor Timmins, assistant general manager, as well as Paul Wilson, senior vice-president, Public Affairs and Communications, have been relieved of their respective functions, with immediate effect.

A process of recruiting, as soon as possible, the next general manager of the team is underway. Although the next general manager will bring significant hockey expertise to the organization, an additional criterion of this person’s role will be to communicate with fans in French and in English.

To ensure the continuity of daily hockey operations during this process, Mr. Molson has retained the services of Jeff Gorton, who will act as Executive Vice President, Hockey Operations.

“On behalf of myself and the organization, I would like to thank Marc Bergevin, Trevor Timmins and Paul Wilson for their passion and commitment to our Club over the past few years. Their hard work has provided our fans with many memorable moments, including last summer. playoffs that culminated in the Stanley Cup Final. We wish them all the success they deserve as they pursue their careers. I believe, however, that the time has come for a change of leadership within our hockey operations department that will bring a new vision and should allow our fans and partners to continue to cheer on a champion team, ”said Geoff Molson.

Mr. Molson to address the media at a press conference Monday at 11 a.m. at Bell Sports

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Man shot dead outside Pop’s nightclub has been identified as longtime deputy manager at Hustler Club https://athenasite.net/man-shot-dead-outside-pops-nightclub-has-been-identified-as-longtime-deputy-manager-at-hustler-club/ Wed, 03 Nov 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/man-shot-dead-outside-pops-nightclub-has-been-identified-as-longtime-deputy-manager-at-hustler-club/ SAUGET, Ill. – Dean Ebert’s friends and family are trying to get by after being shot dead outside Pop’s nightclub on Saturday. Investigators say Ebert has been caught in the crossfire. Ebert was trying to help someone get to his vehicle in the parking lot just before 8 a.m. when a fight broke out between […]]]>

SAUGET, Ill. – Dean Ebert’s friends and family are trying to get by after being shot dead outside Pop’s nightclub on Saturday.

Investigators say Ebert has been caught in the crossfire. Ebert was trying to help someone get to his vehicle in the parking lot just before 8 a.m. when a fight broke out between two women. Shots rang out and Ebert was injured.

Ebert was pronounced dead at the scene. He was 41 years old.

Ebert’s family call this a senseless act of violence.

“I loved my brother very much. I know he also had a lot of people who loved him, ”said Joseph Schafer.

Ebert was an assistant general manager of Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club in Washington Park, Illinois, and worked for the club for two decades. His colleagues say he was loved by everyone. He touched so many people.

“The life of everyone he touched is better for it. Everyone who knew him has a hole in their heart and soul to move forward without him being there, ”said Scott Dowdy.

The family set up a GoFundMe to help with funeral expenses.

So far, Pop’s Nightclub has not released a statement on the tragedy.

Major Case Squad detectives eventually identified two suspects: Deondra Canaday, 27, and Tashayule Armstrong, 32, both of St. Louis.

Canaday was arrested and is still being held at the St. Clair County Jail. Armstrong is not in custody.

The St. Clair County State Attorney’s Office has charged Canaday with first degree murder, two counts of aggravated firearm discharge and aggravated illegal use of a weapon.

Armstrong was charged with Murder / Other Forced Crimes, Aggravated Firearm Discharge and Aggravated Illegality of a Weapon.

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Gatlinburg Seeks Assistant Director | New https://athenasite.net/gatlinburg-seeks-assistant-director-new/ Mon, 25 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/gatlinburg-seeks-assistant-director-new/ GATLINBURG – The city is looking for a Deputy City Manager and the application process continues until November 4. “The reintroduction of the position of Deputy City Manager, City Organization will be a valuable addition to our management team,” said Cindy Cameron Ogle, City Manager of Gatlinburg. Salary for the position will be determined based […]]]>

GATLINBURG – The city is looking for a Deputy City Manager and the application process continues until November 4.

“The reintroduction of the position of Deputy City Manager, City Organization will be a valuable addition to our management team,” said Cindy Cameron Ogle, City Manager of Gatlinburg.

Salary for the position will be determined based on experience.

“The Deputy City Manager will assist the City Manager in various executive and management functions and operations,” said Seth Butler, chief public information officer.

“These include assisting with financial planning, budget preparation and administration, and reviewing financial reports, as well as assisting in the development of operational policies for City departments, the assists in the preparation of financial statements and reports for the Municipal Commission and auditors and reviewing and preparing reports and recommendations for the General Manager.

Qualifications include graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, financial management, business or public administration or a closely related field, as well as a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible experience in government that demonstrates a broad knowledge of government functions and at least 10 years of managerial and supervisory experience.

The application period ends at 4 p.m. on November 4. No timeline has been set for interviews or for hiring someone for the job.

The city held the last post when Cameron Ogle was deputy city manager before being hired as city manager.

Ogle has served the city as the city’s general manager since 1989. She has served the city for 42 years, first joining the staff as a grants coordinator in 1978 before being promoted to deputy city manager. same year, which she held for 10 years before being appointed city manager. As Deputy Warden, she served under three different City Managers: Joe Yarbrough, Jack Arthur and Jimmy Varner.

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