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Electrical Estimator
United states, Littleton
Position Overview: Hunt Electric is seeking a qualified candidate to fill an Electrical Estimator position in our Littleton, Colorado office. The qualified candidate will evaluate, estimate, and bid on electrical construction projects. Major Duties: Evaluate, estimate and bid electrical construction jobs. Evaluate RFP’s and preliminary information for electrical “conceptual” estimates and bid. Verify and review project insurance, information, bond and other requirements. Perform take-off with Accubid live count. Promptly get engineered items, including fire alarm out to factory reps or suppliers for quotes. Review all the drawings and specifications for all divisions and generate job specific checklist. Compare electrical equipment schedules with mechanical drawings. Look for conflicts and duplications. Keep notes in Accubid during takeoff. Coordinate with the GC and interface with Electrical Engineers to clarify questions. Pre-job Site visits. Interface with General Contractor. Determine project-specific direct job expense items. Determine equipment rental needs. Determine permit fee amount. Determine sales tax rates and exemptions or Use tax. Determine Fire Stopping amount. List all clarifications, inclusions and exclusions on bid proposal. Verify with GC’s if they have the project or are bidding against other GC’s. Verify how many electrical bidders there are and who. Preferred Minimum Qualifications: 5 or more years as a Journeyman Electrician and/or electrical estimating experience Accubid / Construct jobs proficiency Good knowledge of the construction industry Good people skills and internal and external diplomacy Good management and organizational skills Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc) and Bluebeam Qualifications and Skills: The ideal candidate will be career-minded, seeking an opportunity to grow professionally and assist in the overall growth of our company. Our mission is to hire individuals with a strong skill set, provide additional training, and potentially develop employees into leaders for future growth opportunities. Salary and Benefits: The salary will be competitive and commensurate with relevant experience as well as the responsibilities of the position. The position is eligible for an excellent benefits package, including medical, dental, life insurance, short-term, and long‐term disability, 401(k) plan, and paid personal time. Company Background: We are a full-service electrical, technology, and infrastructure contractor with wide-reaching services available to all types of markets. With licenses in eight states and offices in Salt Lake City and Denver, we have continued to lead the industry across the Intermountain West since 1986. Our turn-key services range from design-build engineering to construction and maintenance. With eight in-house divisions, an on-site prefabrication department, in-house licensed engineers, a fully trained and specialized workforce, and 24-hour on-call service, Hunt Electric ensures our clients’ projects are successful from start to finish – and beyond. Divisions within Hunt Electric: Electrical Division / Design‐Build and Engineering Division / Traffic and Infrastructure Division / I.T.S. / Data / Communications Division / Transmission and Distribution Division / Energy Division / Service and Preventative Maintenance Division. From concept to design and construction to facility maintenance after the project is complete; Hunt Electric is the Electrical Contractor of choice. Hunt Electric, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer Please note: Submitting a resume to Hunt Electric, Inc. implies that you are interested in a position(s), but does not mean you are an applicant. You are usually not considered an applicant until you have been contacted by a Human Resources representative. Then, you may be asked to begin the designated application process, which may involve an interview and/or job-related testing.
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21 hours ago
Manufacturing Engineer II – Savannah, GA
United states, Savannah
Manufacturing Engineer II – Savannah, GA Location: Savannah, GA Salary: $52.50 to $55 /Hour USD Contract Duration: 1 Year + (up to 4 years) Unique Skills: Previous Gulfstream planning and/or shop floor experience preferred Advanced knowledge of SAP/Solumina or equivalent ERP/MES software First Shift Experience/Education: Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical, Manufacturing Engineering or related curriculum required or equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Eighteen (18) months Manufacturing Engineering, planning, or related technical experience. Position Purpose: Under minimal supervision, independently prepare, conduct, and evaluate analyses for planning improvements and problem solving for manufacturing issues (production methods and procedures) in a specific function (including layout, production flow, tooling and production equipment, material fabrication, assembly methods and planning) in a Production or Post-Production environment. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Perform technical studies of a complex nature, conduct analysis of operations (existing or proposed). Prepare a report of recommendations for equipment needed and correct methods of manufacturing (including sequence of operations and detailed methodology of complex assemblies and installations as well as detail components) 2. Author detailed work instructions that optimize manufacturing process efficiency and opportunity for zero defects with functional Operations Engineer 3. Author DRDI/DMT rework instructions to support effective corrective actions 4. Author MBOM in SAP/Solumina/Corridor (as applicable) to ensure all parts defined by Engineering are installed during the assembly/installation process 5. Assist in make-or-buy proposals and recommend corrective actions for areas of responsibility; evaluate vendors, attend vendor negotiations, and assist in resolving vendor problems 6. Conduct research, investigation, and analysis in connection with assigned planning or other assigned projects, to ensure conformance to requirements 7. Investigate and assist in preparing justification for equipment and facility requests 8. Perform productibility studies from engineering drawings to identify opportunities to enhance manufacturing ability to meet requirements. Participate in design for manufacturing assessments with engineering 9. Apply statistical methods to estimate future manufacturing requirements and potential; make necessary computer inputs and generate data or reports as needed 10. Perform audit of co-workers output based on defined requirements and procedures. Must demonstrate knowledge of ME policies and procedures 11. Incorporate Lean Manufacturing Methodology into existing and future processes 12. With minimal supervision, lead/coordinate the implementation of projects between multiple organizations 13. Apply Lean and Six Sigma principles to manufacturing methods as a team member or leader 14. Support all safety, sustainability and ergonomic initiatives 15. Aid in development and maintenance of Business Continuity Plan 16. Ensure Quality policies are being practiced; make recommendations and implement procedures to improve quality 17. Initiate and maintain accurate daily/weekly activity status based on work output, as required Other Requirements: 1. Proven knowledge of Lean and/or Six Sigma principles 2. Must be knowledgeable about Engineering configuration requirements, tooling, quality control, plant safety, blueprint reading, and shop math 3. Ability to operate computerized equipment, such as personal computers, CADAM, CATIA, Solumina, SAP, Corridor 4
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3 days ago
Electrical Engineer
United states, Jefferson city
Requisition Id: 1130 Salary: $63,048.00 - $80,388.00 Salary Grade: S12 Job Location: Conservation Headquarters (JEFFE1) Closing Date: December 31, 2021 (or until filled) If selected for an interview, you will be notified as to whether your interview will be held in person or by phone. If it is in person, we ask that you follow CDC and DHSS guidelines. A mask and hand sanitizer will be available upon your arrival to our facility. Summary/Objective Provide electrical engineering full-service design, construction, and maintenance consulting. Essential Job Duties Prepare signed and sealed design plans and specifications, including permit applications, site visits, contract preparation, cost estimates and plan reviews. Collaborate with customers, team members and management on project timelines. Provide support and consultation on code compliance. Train and supervise hourly engineers, and ensure policy compliance. Approve time sheets, and expense reimbursements. Source, hire, assign, and pay consultants. Oversee and advise technicians, inspectors, and consultants. Manage construction contracts and unforeseen issues. Conduct various meetings and oversee all project progress and deadlines. Assist construction maintenance superintendents and their staff. Review proposals for feasibility and cost, and present studies to management. Ancillary Job Duties Other duties as assigned. Education and Experience Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering. At least three (3) years of experience as an electrical engineer. Must maintain a current, valid driver’s license. Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of Missouri (or ability to obtain certification within the first year of employment). Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Ability to use office equipment, such as copier, multi-line phone system, fax machine, scanner, and computer. Knowledge of project management principles. Working knowledge of necessary software programs and tools, including Basic Auto CAD and Revit. Ability to make independent decisions and act quickly and decisively on the determined course of action. Knowledge to prepare technical engineering reports and technical specifications. Ability to communicate and negotiate between engineers, contractors and Contract Supervisors. Ability to use programmable calculators and other necessary tools. Technical writing/proofreading ability. Work Environment Work is typically performed in a standard office environment. Physical Abilities Remain in a stationary position 70% or more of the time. Operate a computer and other office productivity machinery. Frequently communicate and exchange accurate information. Clarity of vision at 20 inches or less. Regularly lift up to 5 pounds, correctly lift up to 10 pounds. Concentrated attention is required at all times. Regular attendance is a necessary and essential function. Disclaimer This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive; an employee will also perform other reasonably related job responsibilities as assigned by immediate supervisor and other management as required. The Missouri Department of Conservation reserves the right to revise or change job duties as the need arises. This job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment. Management reserves the right to change job descriptions, job duties, functions, and requirements. Exemption Status/Special Notes This position has been determined to be Exempt according to the Fair Labor Standards Act. Employees must agree to accept compensatory time in lieu of cash payments in accordance with the Department's Compensatory Time Off and Overtime Policy. MDC promotes a Tobacco-Free (smoke and smokeless) working environment. The Department of Conservation will only hire United States citizens and aliens authorized to work in the United States. All new employees will be required to complete an "Employment Eligibility Verification" (Form I-9) and produce requested documentation after employment. Candidates seeking initial employment or re-employment must submit to a drug screen following offer of employment. All persons employed with the state of Missouri shall file all state income tax forms and pay all state income taxes owed.
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12 $
3 days ago
Supplier Quality Engineer
United states, Louisville
A Supplier Quality Engineer job in Louisville, Kentucky is available courtesy of Modis Engineering. This is a 1-year contract position with the possibility of a 6-month extension and pays $30.00 per hour. The position will be on the Plastics and Packaging team for Supplier Quality. The Supplier Quality Engineer will be handling day to day task necessary to qualify new tooling at suppliers. The Supplier Quality Engineer will be to support the laundry product line by managing projects through the change control process, guiding the parts through the PPAP process, conducting trial runs and orchestrating the deviation process where necessary. They will have multiple tools at multiple suppliers and will be the primary project manager for the tooling qualification. Supplier Quality Engineer job responsibilities include: Schedule development First piece samples PPAP Regulatory and product evaluation, Quality control plan development Documenting all tooling approvals through the Change Initiation Board and managing the requirements for engineering change request Reviewing Engineering drawings and evaluation results QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in engineering, math, or technical field. 0-3 years of experience Must be US Citizen or Green Card Holder (this position does not allow Corp-to-Corp). If you are interested in this Supplier Quality Engineer job in Louisville, Kentucky then please click APPLY NOW. If you have questions about the position, please contact Erica Goben at [email protected] Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
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62000 $
7 days ago
Laboratory Assistant 3 (40 Hour)
United states, United
4.0| ||Temporary|3 hours ago| Full Job Description Looking for a job to serve the State of Connecticut in the field of forensic science, with a rewarding and challenging position while working as a team player striving for the same result? We have the job for you! The State of Connecticut, Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection (DESPP) is recruiting for a Laboratory Assistant 3 located in the Forensic Laboratory Forensic Biology/DNA Section within the Division of Scientific Services in Meriden, CT. This is a full-time, 40 hours per week position, Monday-Friday schedule. This position is grant funded with an end date of September 30, 2022. About Us The Division of Scientific Services (DSS) provides forensic support to local, state and federal agencies throughout Connecticut. This division is divided into three analytical Sections. They are the Chemical Analysis Section (including toxicology, controlled substances, and arson), the Forensic Biology/DNA Section, and the Identification Section (including computer crimes). The laboratory also has two non-analytical Sections. They are the Quality Section and Laboratory Support Services (including Administration, Evidence Receiving, and Case Management). The Laboratory Assistant 3 will be performing bench work; Quality Control checking reagents, evidence handling, exam and any documentation necessary for casework examination procedures. Selection Plan Candidate selected for an interview must provide the following at the time of interview: State Employees: Two (2) most recent performance evaluations Cover letter Completed CT-HR-13 Non-State Employees: Two (2) letters of professional reference from a current and/or previous supervisor Cover Letter Completed CT-HR-13 Candidates who have been selected for employment with the Department of Emergency Services & Public Protection are subject to a detailed background investigation, including a fingerprint supported state and federal criminal history record check along with reference checks. Selection for employment is contingent upon satisfactory completion of the background investigation. Click here (CT-HR-13) to complete the Criminal Convictions addendum. Also considered in this selection process: Any pending or disciplinary history within the past 2 years and review of attendance records. Failure to provide the required documents listed above or submit your application accurately and on time, will eliminate you from the recruitment process. This posting may require completion of additional referral questions (RQs) which will be sent to you via email after the closing date. The email notification will include an expiration date by which you must submit (Finish) your responses. Please regularly check your email for notifications. Please check your SPAM and/or Junk folders, as emails could end up there in error. PURPOSE OF JOB CLASS (NATURE OF WORK) In a state health, academic or diagnostic laboratory, this class is accountable for performing a range of technical laboratory work with emphasis on special techniques and more complex technical examinations involving independent calculations, more advanced laboratory equipment and analytical judgements. In an academic institution laboratory complex, this class is accountable for preparing and maintaining student laboratories. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES STATE HEALTH, ACADEMIC OR DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY: Prepares specimens/samples, culture media, solutions and reagents of varying complexity but with emphasis on use of more specialized techniques and calibrated measuring devices, analytical balances and independent calculations; performs more complex technical examinations; assists in collection and identification of specimens for special laboratory studies; performs minor maintenance on laboratory equipment; maintains inventory of all testing materials prepared; keeps records of laboratory findings and prepares reports; may lead lower level laboratory employees in preparatory techniques and performance of technical examinations; performs related duties as required. ACADEMIC INSTITUTION LABORATORY COMPLEX: Prepares materials and equipment needed to carry out student laboratory assignments and maintain large student laboratories, e.g. media, solutions, reagents and stains of varying types and complexities, preserved materials and animal specimens, instructional media, etc.; ensures cleanliness and proper set up of laboratory equipment, materials and facilities; requisitions needed supplies and maintains inventory; assembles and breaks down laboratory exercises and course materials; oversees and assists student workers and other lower level laboratory employees; prepares reports; performs related duties as required. KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY Knowledge of specialized laboratory techniques and procedures; ability to make independent analytical judgements and carry out independent calculations; ability to prepare reports and keep technical records. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - GENERAL EXPERIENCE Four (4) years' experience in laboratory work. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - SPECIAL EXPERIENCE Two (2) years of the General Experience must have been in a related laboratory setting at the level of Laboratory Assistant 2 or above. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - SUBSTITUTIONS ALLOWED College training in the biological or physical sciences may be substituted for the General or Special Experience on the basis of fifteen (15) semester hours equalling one-half (1/2) year of experience to a maximum of four (4) years for a Bachelor's degree. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Experience in General Laboratory Skills (e.g. weighing, pipetting, use of laboratory glassware, aseptic technique, laboratory terminology) Experience in safely and effectively handling potentially infectious and hazardous materials Experience in handling forensic evidence and accurately document examination and observation procedures Experience in laboratory Quality Assurance and Quality Control PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Incumbents in this class must be willing to undergo periodic tests or immunizations for communicable diseases as necessary. WORKING CONDITIONS Incumbents in this class may occasionally be required to lift standard laboratory equipment; may be exposed to some risk of injury from such elements as toxic vapors and toxic and/or disease-carrying substances; may be exposed to moderately disagreeable conditions.
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5400 $
13 days ago
Pharmacist
Canada, Newmarket
This is an Addition to staff Union position - CUPE Local 905 (York Region Unit). Scheduled Hours Minimum 14 hours a week Scheduled Shifts Normal hours of work will not commence earlier than 8:00am, nor end later than 10:00pm, Monday through Sunday (Weekend work may be required). The shifts are 8 hours and 10.5 hours in length. START DATE: Immediate Position Purpose Reporting to the Manager, COVID Response the Public Health Pharmacist is responsible for: ensuring safe, effective and accurate distribution of publicly funded vaccines and medications, investigations of adverse storage conditions, in accordance with all Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) standards, protocols, guidelines and objectives; helping support York Region Public Health community immunization clinics through accurate and timely vaccine dispensing and/or immunizing; acting as a vaccine content expert, mentor and resource; adherence to established policies, procedures, guidelines, protocols and industry standards of practice and ensuring a safe working environment. Major Responsibilities Able to aseptically withdraw and administer vaccines. Supports the Manager to ensure oversight of functions of the entire distribution process of publicly funded vaccines to ensure vaccine pharmaceutical integrity and client safety, including review and audit of vaccine orders prepared by Registered Pharmacy Technicians (RPhTs) and other staff. Develops draft formulations and required labeling for the product batching of multi-dose vials of vaccines. Provides clinical recommendations regarding appropriate vaccine dosing schedules and any inquiries from external and internal clients (including Public Health staff, manager, the IDCD director and/or (A)MOH. Ensures distribution of vaccines for York Region Public Health community immunization clinics and from the central distribution centre (vaccine depot) occurs in a timely manner utilizing the Public Health Branch, IDCD, Vaccine Inventory program refrigerated van and/or personal vehicle and returned vaccines are immediately verified and reintegrated back into stock for redistribution, as appropriate. Ensures all wasted vaccines are accounted for, processed and returned in a timely manner and in accordance with policies, procedures, guidelines and protocols. Coordinates vaccine recall activities ensuring advisories to external health care providers are disseminated in a timely manner, identifies vaccines distributed internally and ensures recalled vaccines are processed in accordance with established policies, procedures, guidelines and protocols. Collaborates with external and internal clients to optimize and ensure safe, high quality vaccine and medication management and to determine clinical, technical, educational, and/or research-related needs for staff and key stakeholders to ensure correct dosage, liaising with healthcare providers regarding required vaccine storage and handling practices, support Public Health Branch staff in being trained and knowledgeable in vaccine storage and handling practices. Liaises with Vaccine Inventory program's external and internal clients regarding availability of publicly funded vaccines and medications, changes in formulation, administration, product packaging and dosing , options for substitution, as well as other issues regarding vaccine and medication related internal policies and procedures and MOHLTC standards, guidelines, protocols etc. Supports reporting of the MOHLTC Accountability Agreement Performance Indicators relating to vaccine wastage. Identifies, develops, implements and evaluates opportunities to improve current vaccine storage, handling, distribution and transportation practices, adverse storage condition (ASC) investigations and other relevant issues using innovative and transformative solutions. Trains, educates and supports Public Health Branch staff regarding vaccine storage, handling, and distribution best practices to improve and implement continuous quality improvement measures. Investigates and documents ASC of publicly funded vaccines that occur within York Region. Understands in detail, product monographs of every publicly funded vaccine product and other pharmaceuticals used or distributed by public health including Ministry directives, to ensure adherence to required storage and handling practices. Provides accurate, current information regarding publicly funded vaccines and medications to physicians, pharmacists, service providers and others, as required. Performs other duties as assigned, in accordance with Public Health Branch and Community and Health Services Department objectives. Qualifications Successful completion of a University Degree with a Bachelor of Science or Doctorate in Pharmacy or equivalent. Successful completion of an Ontario College of Pharmacists approved course for pharmacist injection training and registered in “Find a Pharmacy or Pharmacy Professional”. Active registration with good standing with the Ontario College of Pharmacists. Holds a Certificate of Competency from the Pharmacy Examination Board of Canada. Holds a valid certification in CPR and First Aid (the equivalent of St. John Ambulance or Red Cross Standard First Aid & CPR/AED (Level C)) Minimum three (3) years experience in drug inventory management, adverse storage conditions investigations and development of processes, policies and procedures in a pharmaceutical environment. Sound knowledge of publicly funded vaccines, other pharmaceuticals distributed by public health and the Ontario Immunization Schedule. Understanding and knowledge of the clinical use, safety and distribution activities associated with publicly funded medications/vaccines. Knowledge and demonstrated ability in corporate core competencies including customer focus, communication, collaboration and personal ownership. Valid Ontario Class “G” driver's license free of serious offences under the Highway Traffic Act. Satisfactory Vulnerable Sector Check How to Apply Please apply online by April 12, 2021. All job vacancies are recorded on a 24-Hour Career Line and may be accessed by calling 1-877-464-9675 ext. 75508. We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted via email. York
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50 $
13 days ago
MRB Structures Engineer – Flight Test – 2nd Shift, Savannah, GA
United states, Savannah
MRB Structures Engineer – Flight Test – 2nd Shift, Savannah, GA Location: Savannah, GA Salary: $68 – $72 Hour USD – based on experience Contract Duration: 1 Year + (up to 4 years) Unique Skills: Bachelors degree in Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering Minimum 10 years dedicated Structures MRB Engineering experience at a recognized aerospace manufacturer Experience should include creation and justification of engineering dispositions for non-conformances of composite and metallic, pressurized and non-pressurized aircraft structures Experience should include all components of the aircraft (wing, fuselage, empennage) Experience should be in a production and/or schedule-driven environment supporting flight test phase of aircraft development is a plus Capability to analyze and rapidly design repairs based on equivalent strength/stiffness of surrounding structure while in a schedule driven environment Strong written/verbal communication and interpersonal skills Must be computer literate (such as, , but not limited to: Catia V5, Solumina, SmarTeam, Word, Excel) 2nd shift position. Typically 4X10 work schedule. Occasional overtime possible Experience/Education: Bachelor's Degree in engineering or technical related curriculum applicable to the respective job position required or equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. 10 years in specific technical discipline or 15 years broad engineering experience in several technical disciplines with Bachelors. Experience credit considered for related advanced degrees limited to 2 years for Masters and 4 years for PhD in fields applicable to this job. Position Purpose: Guides successful completion of major engineering programs, or conceives research in areas of considerable scope and complexity supporting the development and production of Gulfstream products and services Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Selects appropriate methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria to resolve complex engineering issues 2. Is consulted extensively by associates and others as a recognized authority within the field 3. Anticipates and resolves complex issues in creative and effective ways, developing standards and guides for diverse engineering activities 4. Approach to problem solving balances technical product, cost and schedule 5. Works without appreciable direction; work is reviewed from a long-range perspective for desired results 6. Exercises latitude in determining technical objectives of assignments, and makes decisions and recommendations that are recognized as authoritative 7. Maintains a current knowledge of developments in the field of specialty and/or other related aircraft fields in order to recommend innovations to improve quality and effectiveness of company product Other Requirements: 1. Advanced degree in engineering, or related curriculum preferred 2
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15 days ago
Seasonal Landscape and Irrigation Technician Berthoud, Colo
United states, United
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Replaces trees, weeds ornamental beds, and removes and replaces sod. Cleans water features, sidewalks, building exteriors, water filter, chlorinator, and trash screens on water feature. Operates a wide variety of equipment, such as utility carts, mowers, edgers, string trimmers, aerators, blowers, and other power tools. Assists with Trimming and Chipping of trees. Exposes irrigation pipes for repair. Repairs irrigation systems and maintains landscape equipment. OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES As assigned. EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS Experience Three years of experience in irrigation system repairs and landscape maintenance. LICENSE REQUIREMENTS Valid driver’s license. SKILLS AND ABILITIES Attention to detail. Accurate. Seasonal Landscape and Irrigation Technician Safely operates and maintains mowers, trimmers, aerators, edgers, and power tools. Good communication skills, able to follow instructions. Dependable and reliable. Positive attitude and good work ethic. Works well both independently and as a contributing team member. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Stands, sits, walks, stoops, kneels, bends, lifts, digs/shovels, and climbs ladders for extended periods. Endures outdoor weather extremes such as temperatures, intense sunlight, rain, high winds, dust, pollen, etc. Lifts to 50 pounds. Complies with all workplace safety rules and regulations. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. OTHER REQUIREMENTS Must be at least 16 years old. Maintains a personal appearance appropriate for job position and image of Northern Water. Must be able to meet the physical requirements of the post-job offer physical examination. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee. Northern Water is an equal employment opportunity employer.
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18 $
17 days ago
Associate In Research | Clarke Laboratory
United states, Spokane
Title: 321-NN - Associate in Business Title: Associate In Research | Clarke Laboratory Additional Titles: Location: WSU SPOKANE CAMPUS Employee Type: Faculty (+) (Fixed Term) Job Family: Faculty - Academic - Not OT Eligible Position Details: Summary of Duties: The Clarke Laboratory in the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Washington State University in Spokane, WA seeks an Associate in Research. Research in the Clarke laboratory focuses on advancing precision medicine by discovering contributing factors to inter-individual variability in pharmacokinetics and toxicity. The successful candidate would be expected to contribute to the major ongoing projects in the lab including pharmacokinetic natural product-drug interactions and toxin-elicited hepatotoxicity in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Experiments will be conducted in vitro (xenobiotic transport and toxicity assays) and in vivo (rodent models and human clinical studies). The candidate will have the opportunity to contribute to multiple projects in the lab through scientific discourse and/or experimentation. It is expected that the candidate will work independently after a short training period, establish and/or maintain lab protocols, and work with graduate and undergraduate students. Required Qualifications: Master’s degree in pharmacology, toxicology, or related field. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with cell culture. Experience with rodent handling. Proficiency understanding of the scientific method, appropriate study designs, and data analyses. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Computer proficiency related to research and organizational skills. Experience that demonstrates the ability to work independently and with groups. Additional Information: Area/College: College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Department Name: Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences | Clarke Laboratory City, State, Zip: Spokane, WA , 99202-2131 Department Link: College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Monthly Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. FTE: 1.0 Tenure Track: No Permanent/Temporary: Temporary Temporary End Date: This a temporarily funded, one (1) year renewable appointment with a preferred start date of June 1, 2021. Subsequent renewals are subject to satisfactory performance, mutual consent, and available funding. Screening Begin Date: April 9, 2021 Background Check: This position has been designated by the department to require a background check. Special instructions to Applicants: As part of the recruitment process, please be prepared to submit the following documents: 1) a current curriculum vitae; and 2) a cover letter addressing your professional goals Applicants are required to include contact information for professional references within the application The screening of application materials will begin on April 9, 2021, and continue until a suitable candidate has been identified. Time Type: Full time Position Term: 12 Month WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EDUCATOR AND EMPLOYER. Members of ethnic minorities, women, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, recently separated veterans, and other protected veteran, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. WSU employs only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. WSU is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities
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17 days ago
Mobile Phlebotomist
United states, United
Quick Apply |Contract|3 hours ago| Full Job Description About the Job Mobile Phlebotomy - part time - from your home base Job Details: The candidate/phlebotomist is responsible for obtaining, vitals, blood, urine & medical history. EKG experience a plus. Candidate will travel to the patients location for appointments. Paid per appointment/event, this is not an hourly paid position. Bi-Weekly Pay! Some travel expenses covered depending on location of appointment. Responsibilities: Traveling to specified locations to obtain samples as required. Disinfecting extraction sites using alcohol swabs. Gathering mandatory information from patients and verifying their identities. Obtaining vitals, blood, urine, medical history and other client documentation. Accurately labeling all samples Maintaining accurate patient records, which includes detailing any medical issues experienced by patients during venipuncture procedures that may affect the accuracy of test results. Requirements: Proven experienced phlebotomist. Valid driver's license. Valid Auto Insurance Excellent customer service & communication skills. Knowledge regarding HIPAA/PHI law Detail-oriented/sound organizational skills. Professional, responsible, self-starter with excellent attention to detail and good penmanship. Reliable transportation a must. Must be computer proficient, have internet access and a printer/scanner: to print, scan and upload completed documents. Must pass background check and drug screen. About Mobile Wellness Solutions Mobile Wellness Solutions provides nationwide Insurance Examinations, DNA Testing and Drug Screening. About Mobile Wellness Solutions: Mobile Wellness Solutions provides nationwide Insurance Examinations, DNA Testing and Drug Screening. Call us today at 810 344 7421 | Quick Apply
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28 $
22 days ago
SUMMER STUDENTS - ENGINEERING
United states, United
4.5| ||Temporary|3 hours ago| Full Job Description THE POSITION SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES $15 - 18.00 per hour depending on position These are 40-hours, Monday through Friday, temporary summer positions located onsite in Martinez. Requirements include a current, full–time student status, at least 18 years of age, possess a valid California Driver’s License, and have a satisfactory driving history. These temporary positions are a summer commitment starting in May / June 2021 and finishing in August / September 2021. These assignments provide an opportunity for students to gain work experience in a wastewater utility. Preferred Qualifications - environmental, civil, mechanical, chemical, or related engineering majors. Attention to detail and strong computer skills are required. Students should be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel and should understand basic mathematics and chemistry. Should have ability to organize work assignments, write clear and concise reports and memoranda, and may need to work with construction drawings and system maps. Students with strong communication skills and ability to work both independently and in teams are preferred. ASSET MANAGEMENT & Geographic Information System (GIS) ASSISTANT (1 position) - This position will assist the Asset Management/GIS Group with GIS and Asset Management projects. Duties include editing and maintaining GIS datasets, collecting field data, creating and updating District maps, publishing map services and supporting the asset management system. Should have experience with Esri ArcMap or ArcGIS Pro. Preferred Qualifications - Interest in GIS and/or majoring in GIS, Geography, or another geospatial major. PERMITS ASSITANT (1 position) - This position will assist with the more routine administrative and development permit support duties of Central San’s Permit Counter Group. Duties include imputing data in a computerized permit tracking system; document scanning, sorting, and archiving; assisting with internal distribution of plan review and permit documents. Preferred Qualifications - Proficient with computers, attention to detail, and good customer service and interpersonal skills. DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT (1 position for $15 per hour) - This position will support the Development Services Group. Duties include data entry, scanning documents, and archiving. Preferred Qualifications - Must possess solid Microsoft Office skills (including Word, Excel, and Outlook), attention to detail, and strong organizational skills. Environmental and Regulatory Compliance Division (1 position) LABORATORY ASSISTANT (1 position) - This position with the Laboratory Group requires at least two semesters of college laboratory experience in chemistry, biochemistry, biology, microbiology, chemical, or a related field. Major duties include chemical inventory, organization of laboratory equipment, field sampling, routine gravimetric and wet chemistry analyses of water, wastewater, and its byproducts. Preferred Qualifications - Junior or senior standing is highly desirable
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18 $
27 days ago
Scientific Assistant
United states, Prosser
Title: 1161-NN - Scientific Assistant Business Title: Scientific Assistant Location: PROSSER, IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE RESEARCH CENTER Employee Type: Admin. Professional (+) (Fixed Term) Job Family: Administrative Professional - Not OT Eligible Position Details: Summary of Duties: Under the supervision of the Laboratory Manager, this position will focus on diagnostics, virus elimination, and tissue culture. The incumbent will perform diagnostic laboratory assays to screen germplasm for pathogens of interest accurately and without cross-contamination, as well as conducting other types of assays as needed. They will analyze, record, and report all diagnostic results as per CPCNW SOPs. Furthermore, the incumbent will be responsible for the elimination of viruses infecting hop, grape, and fruit tree cultivars by heat therapy and/or other methods as required. This role includes propagation and maintenance of plants and progeny before and after virus elimination, and maintenance and monitoring of equipment, including incubators, lights, and water systems, needed for these processes. Finally, the incumbent will participate in the development, validation, and implementation of new diagnostic assays or virus elimination methods, as well as in the review of extant procedures, and will be expected to aid in the preparation of data for publication. Will work cooperatively with the managerial staff and other program personnel, communicating effectively to ensure the efficient operation of the program. Required Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate related scientific or engineering discipline and three (3) years of progressively responsible related professional research experience. Any combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted for the educational requirement on a year-for-year basis. A Master’s degree in an appropriate related scientific or engineering discipline may be substituted for up to one year of the required work experience. Additional Requirements: -Possess or have the ability to acquire and maintain a Washington state public pesticide applicator’s license. -Possess, or be able to obtain by time of hire, a valid driver’s license. Preferred Qualifications: -Working knowledge of basic chemistry and mathematics including the ability to calculate solution concentrations, and basic data manipulation, and perform accurate dilutions of small volumes. -Experience in virus therapy of grapevines, hops, and pome and stone fruit trees and of plant maintenance under greenhouse, screenhouse and growth chamber conditions. -Experience in plant growth facility operation and maintenance and plant tissue culture. Renewal is dependent on the need for extension and/or if additional funding is secured to extend employment. Posting Close Date: Open until filled Screening Begin Date: 4/15/21 Background Check: This position has been designated by the department to require a background check. Application Instructions: Applicants must attach a resume and cover letter. Three (3) professional references must also be included within the online application. Application materials should clearly communicate how the applicant meets the required qualifications and additional requirements. Required Documents: Cover Letter | Resume | References Time Type: Full time Position Term: WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EDUCATOR AND EMPLOYER. Members of ethnic minorities, women, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, recently separated veterans, and other protected veteran, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. WSU employs only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. WSU is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities
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29 days ago
Associate Professor of Medicine or Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean, Faculty Affairs
United states, Lake Nona
Job no: 499982 Work type: Faculty Location: UCF HSC at Lake Nona Categories: Medicine Classification Title: Associate Professor of Medicine or Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean, Faculty Affairs Administrative Title: Associate Dean Job Description: The associate dean for Faculty Affairs (ADFA) in the UCF College of Medicine (COM) is a leader and a champion in the areas of faculty development and initiatives that contribute to the strategic plan of the College of Medicine and Health Affairs. The ADFA provides college-level leadership, management, and oversight for the creation and implementation of new faculty development programs. The person who is selected for this position must be a current UCF COM tenured associate professor of medicine or professor of medicine. The position is a 0.25 FTE assignment and reports to dean of the College of Medicine. The individual selected will continue in their current role which will be adjusted appropriately to accommodate the 0.25 FTE administrative assignment. This position will lead the offices of Faculty Life, Continuous Professional Development, and the Affiliated/Volunteer Faculty program, with supervision of dedicated administrative support personnel who conduct day-to-day operations. This position will execute the responsibilities outlined below: The associate dean provides active support to the dean in the areas of retention, tenure, and promotion; hiring and recruitment; and appointment and evaluation of faculty. Develop and manage the Faculty Affairs budget; provide leadership in strategic planning and budget development; develop and recommend budget requests in accordance with college, institutional and state guidelines. Partner with COM Human Resources to recruit, interview and recommend faculty, including department chairs, for employment. Responsible for faculty qualification process and the faculty activity system in concert with chairs/directors. Work with chairs to address faculty issues and grievances. Works with the COM Faculty Council, Provost’s Office and Human Resources to resolve formal grievances. Assist faculty and chairs in the compilation of teaching portfolios for advancement, promotion and/or tenure decisions, and in implementing targeted and focused development plans to address areas of concern. College liaison with Faculty Excellence for promotion and tenure decisions. Ensure faculty development including on-site and off-site training for didactic and remote learning. Engage affiliated and volunteer faculty in clinical instruction, collaborative research, student mentoring and in advisory roles with the COM. Ensure the education, training, and evaluation of clinical preceptors at affiliated clinical sites for medical student training (clerkships and community of practice). Conceptualize and develop professional development programs and events including an annual awards program. Support the credentialing and privileging of affiliated, volunteer faculty, and non-salary core faculty including non-paid salary core faculty for medical student and GME training. Provide reports to the dean including but not limited to, those needed for program evaluation and accreditation, monitoring and evaluation of programs/services. Responsible for content and development of faculty handbook, bylaws, website in concert with Executive Committee for Faculty Council. Department: AHSC-College of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine Type of Appointment: Regular Advertised Annual Salary: Negotiable Minimum Qualifications: Candidates must have an M.D. and or a Ph.D. from an accredited institution and currently be a tenured associate professor of medicine or professor of medicine within UCF COM. Demonstrated experience in developing faculty and administrative experience is expected. Strong team leadership and communication skills, with excellent interpersonal abilities. An ability to develop and implement strategies to address long-term opportunities. Preferred Qualifications: Demonstrated commitment to advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion goals. Ability to communicate with diverse stakeholders ranging from educators and researchers to clinicians, staff and other administrators. Working knowledge of UCF COM faculty classifications and distinct needs/opportunities for each type. Experience working with and supporting a wide range of faculty types. Special Instructions to Applicants: This is an internal search open only to current employees of the College of Medicine, including the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences. In addition to the application, interested applicants must also submit the following materials: a cover letter, a CV, and the contact information for three professional references. Please have all documents ready when applying so they can be attached at that time. Once the online submission process is finalized, the system does not allow applicants to submit documents at a later date. Equal Employment Opportunity Statement: As an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, UCF encourages all qualified applicants to apply, including women, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and members of traditionally underrepresented populations. As a Florida public university, UCF makes all application materials and selection procedures available to the public upon request. The University of Central Florida is proud to be a smoke-free campus and an E-Verify employer. Advertised: March 12, 2021 Eastern Standard Time Applications close: April 15, 2021 11:55PM Eastern Daylight Time
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Volunteer
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1 months ago
Senior Scientific Assistant
United states, Spokane
Title: 1160-NN - Scientific Assistant Senior Business Title: Senior Scientific Assistant Location: WSU SPOKANE CAMPUS Employee Type: Admin. Professional (+) (Fixed Term) Job Family: Administrative Professional - Not OT Eligible Position Details: Summary of Duties: Works alongside the project Principal Investigator (PI) on National Institutes of Health ( NIH ) and industry funded research grants involving multiple performance sites and community partners. The majority of duties will be focused on studies investigating experimental 1) technology, 2) behavioral, and 3) pharmaceutical interventions for substance use disorders and related health problems (e.g., infectious disease). The Senior Scientific Assistant performs human subjects research including the design of research approaches and identifying and defining research problems, consenting and interacting with participants, collect, analyze and interpret research data, ensure quality control, make improvement to techniques and interpretation, deposit data into secure NIH databases, prepare journal publications and progress reports, direct daily laboratory operations, construct and review study protocols, IRB documents, measures, electronic data capture systems, and other documentation necessary for studies, and conduct general laboratory organization. This position requires close collaboration with both the NIH and an industry partners in the development of novel technologies and interventions and will be responsible for at least two clinical trials. Essential Duties: 50% Study Design and Management Collaborates with the project Principal Investigator (PI) on a National Institutes of Health ( NIH ) funded research grant involving multiple performance sites and community partners. The majority of duties will be focused on complex studies investigating interventions for substance use disorders and related health problems. Independently represent the research team to community partners. Works with a collaborative team of interdisciplinary high-level researchers and clinicians in the implementation of several research studies including recruitment and intervention. Is the primary support to the PI in the development and design of research projects, protocols, experiments, techniques and procedures to improve the techniques used in study procedures. Independently identifies, defines, and solves research method and project implementation problems in substance abuse interventions, working with community health clinics and hospitals. Analyze and evaluate current methodologies and modify or adapt to fit research project goals. Oversees all essential research budgets, sub- awards and subcontracts; review and approve invoices and financial reports. Develops a study implementation plan designed to ensure project timelines are met; engaging and working with community partners in research activities; resolving problems as they arise and taking action to ensure adherence to protocol requirements. Is accountable for effective study implementation. Identifies, defines, and solves research method and project implementation problems in contingency management interventions, working with community mental health partnerships. Supervises and conducts internal audits of data and participant documents to be shared between the investigator and study sponsors, Institutional Review Board ( IRB ), and other relevant governing bodies and partners. 25% Research and Laboratory Operations and Coordination Independently conduct highly complex field/laboratory research by applying established or modified methods. Is accountable for daily laboratory operations. Provides supervision over study procedures for recruiting, intervening, and collecting and summarizing data as needed. Reviews and assesses study data and utilizes study data to prepare Institutional Review Board applications, modifications and status reports. Maintain regulatory compliance and reporting. Analyzes project data to ensure that projects comply with all requirements of the WSU Human Subjects Review Board. Prepares and analyzes data for technical reports and for presentation to sponsoring agencies as needed. Autonomously oversees the development of forms, questionnaires, and scoring systems for several studies; and analyzes data to design and write technical reports including data dictionaries, data handling procedures, and data flow diagrams. Develops research designs, data collection methods, and strategies for data management and communicates these strategies to research staff and community partners. Holds accountability to ensure protocols and strategies are adhered to. Support the development of program and project ideas and preparing proposals and marketing materials to obtain collaboration, participation, support and funding. 10% Data Management Develops and monitors a system for tracking data operational issues, challenges, and/or problems and work directly with Information Technology (IT) staff to resolve problems as they arise. Holds accountability for established data management being performed properly. Designs data collection strategies and databases for several projects. Oversee the transfer of data across sites and maintain data security and restricted access to the data. Establish and implement data collection, cleaning and quality control procedures for multiple projects. Evaluate research data from multiple sites to ensure quality control. Is accountable for data quality. Assists in the writing of scientific papers and manuscripts summarizing study findings including manuscripts or presentations at scientific conferences, as well as the preparation of routine programmatic progress reports. Prepares and delivers reports on study progress to PI. Provides direction to research staff concerning project related tasks such as gathering information for annual reports, creating PowerPoint presentations and proofreading reports, publications and other documents. 10% Supervision, Leading and Training Supervise, lead, train, and advise other research personnel, support staff, graduate students, undergraduate students, and temporary employees. Develop training material and written instructions for study procedures and ensures that all research staff, including contracted field staff in Washington and other states, is trained, knowledgeable, and aware of studies/projects, protocol, and confidentiality. Accountable for training of personnel supporting the research. Direct the daily responsibilities of employees to ensure timely completion of research activities, providing support as needed and coordinating all logistical efforts. Train, and direct the work of, undergraduate and graduate students during in vivo experimentation, laboratory procedures, and data analysis and records management. Facilitate opportunities for research personnel to meet the training requirements for the responsible conduct of research with human subjects. Schedule and report hours of work. Establish goals for work to be performed, monitor work completed, report progress/problems. Evaluate performance and collaborate with HRS on addressing any performance issues or concerns. Participate in making hiring recommendations. 5% Other Other duties as assigned Required Qualifications : A Master’s degree in an appropriate related scientific or engineering discipline and four (4) years of progressively responsible related professional research experience. A PhD in a scientific or engineering field may be substituted for up to two (2) years of the required work experience. Additional Requirements : Experience in human subjects research. Experience managing/overseeing the work of others. Experience managing research studies. Demonstrated proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office suite products. Experience developing, managing, and maintaining electronic databases. Willing to work evenings and weekends on occasion to meet the needs of the project. Experience preparing documentation for Institutional Review Boards (IRBs). Experience preparing technical reports. A valid driver’s license and insurance is required at time of hire. Preferred Qualifications: PhD degree in relevant field. Experience consenting participants for human subject research. Experience working with people with substance use disorders, and/or related health problems such as infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome. Experience with data collection instruments (e.g., REDCap) and/or other databases (e.g., Amazon web services). Experience authoring professional presentations or manuscripts. Additional Information: Area/College: College of Medicine Department Name: Analytics and PsychoPharmacology Laboratory (APPL) City, State, Zip: Spokane, WA 99202 Department Link: Analytics and PsychoPharmacology Laboratory (APPL) Monthly Salary: $3,957-$5,361 commensurate with education and experience FTE: 1.0 Permanent/Temporary/Project: Temporary Temporary End Date: This is a temporary position expected to end on April 30, 2022. Renewal is dependent on the need for extension and/or if additional funding is secured to extend employment. Screening Begin Date: March 25, 2021 Background Check: This position has been designated by the department to require a background check. Application Instructions: Applicants must attach 1) resume and 2) cover letter to their online application. Application materials should clearly communicate how the applicant meets all required qualifications and additional requirements. Applicants are required to include contact information for professional references within the application. The screening of applications will begin March 25, 2021 and continue until a suitable candidate has been identified. Required Documents: Resume and cover letter Time Type: Full time Position Term: 12 Month WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EDUCATOR AND EMPLOYER. Members of ethnic minorities, women, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, recently separated veterans, and other protected veteran, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. WSU employs only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. WSU is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities
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1 months ago
Academic Specialist | Stevens Middle School
United states, Pasco
Title: 1481-YN - Student Services Coordinator/Advisor 1 Business Title: Academic Specialist | Stevens Middle School Location: WSU TRI-CITIES CAMPUS Employee Type: Admin. Professional (+) (Fixed Term) Job Family: Administrative Professional - OT Eligible Position Details: Summary of Duties: WSU Tri-Cities Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs ( GEAR UP) is funded with federal funds by the Department of Education whose purpose is to increase the number of low-income and underrepresented students who graduate from high school and successfully complete post-secondary education. The Academic Specialist has responsibility for using professional judgement and skills to increase GEAR UP students’ academic performance through direct tutoring and developing student’s positive academic behaviors and non-cognitive skills; mentoring and advising students to increase college and career readiness; guiding students with college and career exploration, plan and supervise field trips to college campuses, work as a team with GEAR UP staff, classroom teachers, counselors, and administrators to analyze student data and use instructional tools and methodologies that are consistent with district interventions to achieve grant outcomes. The Academic Specialist will monitor, collect, and document student data for assessment and reporting requirements. This is a temporary, full-time position with a work location at Stevens Middle School in Pasco, WA. Required Qualifications: Positions require a Bachelor’s degree and two (2) years of professional work experience in student services or related education/experience. A Master’s degree in a related field may substitute for one (1) year of professional work experience. Any combination of relevant education and professional experience may be substituted for the educational requirement on a year‐for‐year basis. Additional Requirements: Two (2) years of experience providing instruction or direct outreach services to students and working with parents/adults in individual or group setting. Knowledge of community, educational and social service resources in the district’s community. Proficiency in the use of computers and MS Office software programs Excel, Outlook, Word. Willingness and ability to travel overnight and work a flexible schedule, including frequent nights and weekends. Preferred Qualifications: Three (3) years experience working with middle/high school, higher education, and/or GEAR UP programs. Familiarity with organization and operation of school/district administration and university/community college systems. Strong interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with a diverse group of people, including peers, university and school administrators, faculty, staff, students and parents, and the general public. Experience managing, tracking and reporting program data. Experience in student academic support programs. -Bilingual/Biliterate in English and Spanish. Renewal is dependent on the need for extension and/or if additional funding is secured to extend employment. Posting Close / Screen Date: Applicants must submit their required documents by March 25, 2021 at 12:01am. To ensure applicants meet the position closing time, it is recommended to submit all materials on or before March 24, 2021 . Background Check: This position has been designated by the department to require a background check. Application Instructions: Applicants must attach a resume and cover letter. Three (3) professional references must also be included within the online application. Application materials should clearly communicate how the applicant meets the required qualifications and additional requirements. Required Documents: Cover Letter | Resume | References Time Type: Full time Position Term: WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EDUCATOR AND EMPLOYER. Members of ethnic minorities, women, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, recently separated veterans, and other protected veteran, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. WSU employs only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. WSU is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities
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Contract
3478 $
1 months ago
Operations & Policy Analyst
United states, Salem
Initial Posting Date: 03/10/2021 Application Deadline: 03/31/2021 Agency: Department of Human Services Salary Range: $4,441 - $6,794 Position Type: Employee Position Title: Operations & Policy Analyst 2 (Developmental Disabilities/Mental Health and Community Health) Job Description: We want you to join our team! Are you bilingual/multilingual with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of multiple cultures? Can you imagine yourself working in a busy environment where at the end of the day, you know you made a difference? Are you a positive, upbeat, go-getter who can adapt to change? Has your background provided you with e xperience working with culturally diverse community-based organizations and community health workers, personal health navigators or non-traditional healthcare workers? Do you have facilitation and advocacy experience? Are your verbal and written communication skills at the professional level? Do you have strong time management/organizational skills? T hen, we want to hear from you! The Oregon Home Care Commission, part of the Oregon Department of Human Services, is looking to hire one dedicated and compassionate individual . This position requires candidates to be bilingual/multilingual and requires using English and another language to perform the job. A job offer will be contingent upon passing test(s) evaluating your proficiency in the bilingual/multilingual skills you indicate proficiency. The selected candidate may receive a 5% differential pay based on passing the required language test(s). OUR AGENCY MISSION "To help Oregonians in their own communities achieve well-being and independence through opportunities that protect, empower, respect choice and preserve dignity." ABOUT THE PROGRAM The Oregon Home Care Commission has four major responsibilities: To define the qualifications of homecare and personal support workers. To establish and maintain a statewide registry of homecare and personal support workers' and to provide referrals to older adults and people with disabilities. To provide training opportunities for homecare and personal support workers and consumers; and To serve as the "employer of record" for purposes of collective bargaining for homecare and personal support workers who receive service payments that are from public funds. WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING You will be responsible for coordinating Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health (DD/MH) and Community Health Worker (CHW) Programs to ensure that the Commission meets the requirements set forth in House Bill 3618 to create a Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health Committee. You will also represent the OHCC at the Traditional Health Worker Commission meetings, serve as the OHCC Service Equity lead, and co-lead on workforce development. You will: Build working relationships with consumers, personal support workers, agencies, brokerages, families, and the Traditional Health Worker community. Work with and make recommendations to the Executive Director, Commission members, DD/MH Committee members, the Traditional Health Worker Commission (THWC) members, and the OHCC Community Health Worker Advisory Committee. Coordinate agendas and execute decisions and directives resulting from meetings. Prepare reports and technical data summaries. Work with DD/MH Committee members to formulate long-range objectives, short-term goals, and implement plans related to the requirements detailed in House Bill 3618. Create policy and procedures and design manual for new DD/MH Committee and CHW Advisory Committee. Prepare and send public meeting notifications. Develop and maintain meeting calendar. Maintain DD/MH Committee and CHW web pages and post meeting information on social media. Understand public meeting policies and procedures. Solicit request for proposals to select contractors to provide the Traditional Health Worker Certification Program statewide. Develop contractor statement of work and obtain bids and seek guidance from the Office of Contracts and Procurement. Administer training contracts, monitor contractors work quality, and verify quality of project deliverables. Seek approvals should changes be required to contracts related to project scope, quality, budget, or schedule. Research, write, and submit proposals for grants related to the THW program. Write issue papers on research findings; review other staff reports and author a combined report that outlines issues and impacts on the DD/MH Committee and the CHW program; recommend policy changes based on evaluation. Interpret and explain regulations, policies and procedures to a variety of stakeholders and staff; provide guidance in the correct application of the Commission’s administrative rules and policies as related to the DD/MH Committee and the CHW Program. Review and analyze bills introduced during legislative session; evaluate impact on the DD/MH Committee and the Community Health Worker Program. Write background materials to support Commission testimony. Evaluate impact of potential or existing federal and state legislation; author reports on the Commission’s position on federal and state legislation related to the DD/MH Committee and the CHW program. Co-Facilitate rules advisory committees for OHCC Oregon Administrative Rules. Participate in ODDS and THWC rules advisory committees. Collaborate with the THWC, Oregon Community Health Workers Association (ORCHWA), community colleges, and culturally diverse community-based organizations to develop competency-based training curricula for the OHCC Community Health Worker Program. Identify potential risks and difficulties and design strategies to prevent or avoid them. Ensure that the Commission’s THW Certification Program meets all certification requirements established by OHA. Quarterly offer the THW Certification Program statewide. Promote the certification program and ensure continuing education courses are offered annually. Develop and maintain a traditional THW program database and ensure data is up-to-date and accurate. Develop THW program business requirements for the Registry. Work with Executive Director, Training/Registry Program Manager to ensure requirements are implemented. Provide monthly and quarterly written and verbal data and statistical reports to the Commission, committees, and stakeholders. Provide same information to Executive Director as needed. WORKING CONDITIONS You may work remotely. You may need to travel within Oregon, including overnight stays. You will need to lift materials and equipment, move tables, and chairs (i.e. Laptop, In-Focus Projector, Overhead Projector, boxes, manuals, and supplies.). WHATS IN IT FOR YOU When you join the Oregon Department of Human Services, you join a community of nearly 10,000 employees dedicated to Oregon’s most vulnerable population. Career growth and development is encouraged through ample training and committee participation opportunities. The State of Oregon offers excellent benefits, including low-cost, high-coverage health insurance , generous time-off, and a competitive retirement plan . THIS IS WHAT YOU NEED TO QUALIFY: To be considered for an interview, you must submit all required documents and your application materials must reflect that you meet the requirements. Qualifications Five years of professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work. Education will substitute for experience based on the following: Associate degree in any of the listed areas substitutes for 18 months of experience. Bachelor's degree in any of the listed areas substitutes for three (3) years of experience. Master's degree in any of the listed areas substitutes for four (4) years of experience. Doctorate degree in any of the listed areas substitutes for five (5) years of experience. Required Skills and Special Qualifications : Bilingual/multilingual with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of multiple cultures. Experience working with culturally diverse community-based organizations. Experience working with community health workers, personal health navigators or non-traditional healthcare workers. Facilitation and advocacy experience. Professional level verbal and written communication skills. Strong time management/organizational skills; experience managing varying deadlines and multiple programs or projects. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS : Successful candidates for this position will be subject to a computerized criminal history and abuse check. Adverse background information will be reviewed and could result in withdrawal of a conditional job offer or termination of employment. HOW TO APPLY External Applicants: Click on the “Apply” button and submit your application. View this video for help. Internal Applicants (this includes Current State of Oregon employees): Apply via your employee Workday account. View this job aid for help. A resume and/or completed Workday Profile is required so we can verify your qualifications for this position. GET NOTICED Your candidate profile and/or resume are the perfect opportunity to highlight your interest in the position and showcase the amazing skills and experience, making you the best candidate for the position. Your materials must clearly show how your work experience and/or education meet all the minimum and special qualifications listed above. For additional tips, please visit the Oregon Job Opportunities page, Resources for Job Seekers . HELPFUL INFORMATION : To receive Veterans' Preference, you must complete the required Task that will be sent to you through Workday and will be located under your account profile. This Task will prompt you to provide the appropriate documentation for your Veterans’ Preference point selection. For questions about documentation, please visit: Veterans Resources or call the Oregon department of Veterans’ Affairs at: 1-800-692-9666 . Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States. Applicants who require VISA sponsorship will not be considered at this time. This position is represented by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). Note : this recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies. Please be sure to include the job requisition number. Have questions about Workday, and want some tips on understanding the state application process? Check out this link: https://www.oregon.gov/jobs/Pages/support.aspx . DHS commits to inclusive excellence by advancing equity and diversity in all that we do. We are an affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ community members, and others to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive community.
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1 months ago
EMS Simulation Lab Technician
United states, Tullahoma
MOTLOW STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE is accepting applications for the following position: EMS Simulation Lab Technician Position number: BH9919 Salary: $ 17,802.00 Motlow State is the fastest growing college in Tennessee. We are located in the beautiful rolling hills of middle Tennessee and have four campuses that serve students from eleven counties. We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes an excellent retirement package from the state of Tennessee, 401K plan with match, thirteen paid annual holidays in addition to annual and sick leave days, health and dental insurance, tuition discounts, and state employee discounts. Motlow positions are contingent upon funding availability and budget approval. Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent with basic computer skills. AEMT or Paramedic License. Preferred: Associates Degree with health care experience. Instructor Coordinator or Assistant licensure. Preferred Qualifications: Associates Degree with health care experience. Instructor Coordinator or Assistant licensure General Function: The Simulation Lab Technician primary responsibility is to maintain all labs for Paramedic and EMT/AEMT locations. They will report directly to the EMS Director and will focus on inventory, maintenance of Simulators and responsible for NREMT testing. Major Duties and Responsibilities: Duties and responsibilities listed are examples of work performed and may be modified as needs of the College may dictate. Inventory equipment Monthly and make recommendations for purchase. Organize lab supplies in the skills labs. Maintain an inventory of supplies to ensure lab supplies are sufficient for each class. Assist setting up and putting away equipment and supplies used in labs and simulations. Keep the skills labs clean and orderly. Coordinate sending lab supplies to other sites as needed. Minor maintenance and cleaning of simulators as needed. Setup for NREMT Testing for all levels. Work with coordinators as a liaison with State EMS to ensure each station is properly set-up. Provide assistance to faculty and/or students in the clinical lab setting. Assist faculty with the development of new skills modules and scenarios. Assist with special projects or initiatives as needed. Comply with accreditation and regulatory standards Human Resources Office, Dept
Engineering & Science
Full Time
Salary TBD help
1 months ago
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