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We are looking for a well-rounded .NET Developer with 4+ years experience to help build and support our internal systems. The candidate will be exposed to a variety of platforms and technologies and will be given the opportunity to gain increasing amounts of responsibility. If you enjoy the fast paced, exciting environment of a small, nimble company than we would like to talk to you! This position is based in El Dorado Hills. Responsibilities: Design and develop front-end, middle-tier and back-end applications and components for video post-production related services. Production support for existing applications and code-base. Adhere to coding standards to facilitate code reading, code reviews, and code maintenance. Follow architectural guidelines with regards to performance, scalability, maintainability, security, and testing. Participate in weekly project planning sessions with team to analyze requirements, discuss design options, and provide work estimates for next sprint. Attend daily meetings with team and update sprint backlog. Skills & Requirements Must-have Experience: Experience developing and implementing web-based applications. Experience developing C# components with .NET 4.5 framework required. Experience with ASP.NET required. Experience with SQL Server required, (SQL 2010 or 2013) Experience with source control management systems required (TFS a plus). Other desired experience: Solid understanding of MVC application design and development. Solid experience with SOAP web services and SOA architecture. Experience with report writers (logiXML or Sql Reporting Services) Understanding of XML. Experience with Windows Azure Experience working within an Agile development environment. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Excellent communication skills. Time management skills and the ability to work on multiple projects concurrently are critical. A background launching innovative and secure Web technologies. A deep understanding of current technologies and best practices of web application design and implementations. About Dominion Enterprises Dominion Enterprises is a leading marketing services company serving the wide-ranging needs of many industries, including real estate, apartment advertising, specialty vehicles, employment, automotive, and travel. The company?s businesses provide a comprehensive suite of technology-based marketing solutions, including dealer management systems, website design and hosting services, data management and distribution services, lead generation, customer relationship management systems, e-commerce, and internet and email marketing solutions. It is also one of the largest providers of highly targeted classified advertising. The company?s 40 market-leading websites reach 20 million unique visitors each month; its magazines, distributed nationwide, reach more than 77 million each year; and its 46 mobile apps reach 5 million visitors each month. Headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, the company has 3,400 employees nationwide, with 600 in Norfolk. It has 145 offices in 33 states and 5 countries. EEO/Drug Testing Employer We offer a dynamic environment, excellent growth opportunities, competitive earnings and a comprehensive benefits package including a generous 401(k). Dominion Enterprises is an equal opportunity employer and supports a diverse workforce. Drug Testing Employer.
Payroll Clerk Burlington, NJ $Competitive Plus Comprehensive Benefits Package Are you a proactive and accurate payroll professional with expertise in ADP Enterprise edition software? Looking to join a work hard ? play hard culture where there is opportunity for development? If so, read on. Our client is a highly specialized technology consultancy that primarily deals with workflow systems. They are seeking a Payroll Clerk to join their team in Burlington. You will be tasked with a range of activities to support our client?s payroll function. Specifically, you will review timesheet entries for accuracy, import timesheet data into the payroll system, and ensure that employees are paid properly. You?ll run reports, respond to employee questions, and undertake other activities to ensure the payroll function runs smoothly. In addition, you?ll support the HR team in areas such as recruiting, onboarding, and performance management. To apply for the role of Payroll Clerk, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Web Recruit LLC. Web Recruit, LLC is in the business of performing recruitment services. Additional Keywords: Payroll Clerk, Payroll Assistant, Payroll Specialist, Payroll Processor, ADP Specialist, Payroll Coordinator, HR Generalist, Payroll and Benefits Clerk, Payroll and Benefits Assistant, Payroll Administrator.
*CB Requirements: Must be a Registered Nurse to Qualify for this position. Summary: Responsible for implementation, ongoing management and strategic growth of the program: outpatient Wound Care Center, HBO, inpatient and outreach. Oversees day to day program operations and is responsible for budgeting, revenue and cost management, reimbursement, quality management, performance improvement, marketing and community education, and human resource management. Responsible for maintaining collaborative and consultative client relationships, program integration within the hospital organization and creating effective working relationships within the company and internal and external to the hospital organization and, ultimately contract retention. Essential Duties and Responsibilities ? Provides day to day management oversight for outpatient clinic, HBO and other wound continuum sites of care which may include inpatient and outreach. Utilizes Company?s resources to develop and implement customized policies and procedures. Continuously analyzes systems and processes; develops and implements best practices and appropriate changes to improve outcomes in a timely manner. ? Manages and/or coordinates all aspects of the revenue cycle including: inquiry conversion, scheduling, registration, treatment authorization, documentation, coding, charge entry, billing, collections and, denial processes. Implements audit and reconciliation processes to ensure accuracy. ? Develops, implements and consistently executes a marketing and community education plan. Works collaboratively with the hospital to coordinate market specific activities. ? Recruits, interviews, hires and manages personnel in conjunction with the company/hospital?s Human Resources Department. Establishes performance expectations, provides regular feedback and consistently manages to these expectations. Completes performance appraisals, promotes staff development activities, utilizes performance improvement procedures as necessary, and adheres to the hospital/company policies and procedures. Develops an effective team, motivates and influences staff to excel. ? Collaborates with Clinical Coordinator and Medical Director to develop, implement and manage a continuous Performance Improvement Program (PIP). Ensures program is integrated into the client facility?s PIP program. Participates in hospital committees as appropriate. Ensures timely and accurate documentation in the patient record and input of data into outcomes database. Ensures appropriate compliance with Clinical Practice Guidelines. ? Maintains excellent relationship with hospital client and continuously seeks to understand needs, confirm goal alignment and demonstrate value proposition. Identifies the hospital Page 2 of 3 strategic goals and objectives and manages the program to achieve those goals. Integrates effectively and seamlessly at all levels within the client organization. Competencies Required: ? Business Acumen ? Building Relationships ? Customer Service ? Planning / Organizing ? Persuasiveness / Sales ability ? Analysis / assessment ? Strategic Thinking ? Managing People / Developing others ? Team Work ? Multi tasking ? Problem solving ? Communication ? Change Management
*CB The Program Director is responsible for implementation, ongoing management and strategic growth of the program: outpatient Wound Care Center®, HBO, inpatient and outreach. The Program Director oversees day-to-day program operations and is responsible for: budgeting, revenue and cost management, reimbursement, quality management, performance improvement, marketing and community education, and human resource management. The Program Director is responsible for maintaining collaborative and consultative client relationships, integrating programs within the hospital organization and creating effective working relationships within the company, both internal and external to the hospital organization. Ultimately, the Program Director is accountable for achieving program metrics, demonstrating the value proposition to the customer and contract retention. DUTIES: Operations Management (20%): ? Providing day-to-day management oversight for outpatient clinic, HBO and other wound continuum sites of care, which may include inpatient and outreach. ? Utilizing Company?s resources to develop and implement customized policies and procedures. ? Continuously analyzing systems and processes; developing and implementing best practices and appropriate changes to improve outcomes in a timely manner. ? Monitoring clinic flow to improve efficiencies and productivity. ? Working with hospital and company personnel to ensure availability of adequate resources, supplies, equipment and services. ? Developing communication methods to facilitate the flow of information and maximize effective communication throughout the program Financial Management / Reimbursement (10%): ? Managing and/or coordinating all aspects of the revenue cycle including: inquiry conversion, scheduling, registration, treatment authorization, documentation, coding, charge entry, billing, collections and, denial processes. ? Implementing audit and reconciliation processes to ensure accuracy. Regularly reviews the Charge Description Master and Superbill to ensure appropriate reimbursement. Conducts chart audits to monitor and ensure documentation meets regulatory and billing requirements. Stays current with reimbursement changes, providing physician and staff updates and education as needed. ? Reviewing and analyzing key financial reports, identifying key indicator trends and developing plans to ensure best practices are implemented to appropriately maximize clinic and overall program profitability and/or address variances. ? Tracking and reporting all inpatient, outpatient, outreach, HBO and ancillary revenues generated by the program. Responsible for cost management through appropriate utilization and management of labor and supply utilization. Working with Region support team to complete a quarterly financial review and presenting results to hospital leadership. Community Education / Marketing (40%): ? Developing, implementing and consistently executing a marketing and community education plan. Working collaboratively with the hospital to coordinate market specific activities. ? Initiating contacts and developing key relationships with all appropriate healthcare referral sources as accomplished through routine correspondence campaign, direct mail, press kits and, consistent contact with referral sources through presentation of a minimum 40 patient progress reports and case studies monthly. ? Facilitating and/or conducting individual and group educational presentations to the healthcare professional and general community. ? Influencing Medical Director and panel physicians to function as program advocates. ? Documenting contacts and regularly monitoring physician referral patterns to identify and manage trends. Human Resource Management / Leadership (5%): ? Recruiting, interviewing, hiring and managing personnel in conjunction with the company/hospital?s Human Resources Department. ? Establishing performance expectations, providing regular feedback and consistently managing these expectations. Completing performance appraisals, promoting staff development activities, utilizing performance improvement procedures as necessary, and adhering to the hospital/company policies and procedures. ? Developing an effective team, motivating and influencing staff to excel. Quality Management / Performance Improvement (10%): ? Collaborating with Clinical Coordinator and Medical Director to develop, implement and manage a continuous Performance Improvement Program (PIP). Ensuring program is integrated into the client facility?s PIP program. ? Participating in hospital committees as appropriate. Ensuring timely and accurate documentation in the patient record and input of data into outcomes database. ? Ensuring appropriate compliance with Clinical Practice Guidelines. Retrospectively reviewing monthly outcome report(s) and collaborating with clinic Triad regarding peer review and other improvement opportunities. ? Monitoring patient, referring physician and customer satisfaction. ? Ensuring regulatory compliance with JCAHO and other applicable accrediting and regulatory bodies. ? Designating a Safety Director and monitoring program operations for patient safety. Relationships (15%): ? Maintaining excellent relationship with hospital client and continuously seeking to understand needs, confirm goal alignment and demonstrate value proposition. ? Identifying the hospital strategic goals and objectives and managing the program to achieve those goals. Integrating effectively and seamlessly at all levels within the client organization. Participating in hospital department/management meetings and actively participating in Hospital communication and social activities. ? Building and developing effective working relationships with panel physicians, clinical and support staff. Encouraging all program staff to interact positively and in a spirit of good teamwork with members of other hospital departments. Meeting regularly with key hospital leaders regarding goal achievement. Regularly communicating to Region Management key aspects of program performance.
SALES REPRESENTATIVE - CORE PAYROLL - MIAMI
With headquarters in Rochester, NY, Paychex, Inc. has more than 100 offices and serves approximately 554,000 payroll clients nationwide. We provide comprehensive payroll services, including payroll processing, payroll tax administration, time and attendance solutions, and employee pay services. Human Resource Services include 401(k) plan recordkeeping, workers' compensation administration, section 125 plans, a professional employer organization, and other administrative services for business. Paychex is always looking for individuals who want to work for a company that allows for growth and development. With your desire to succeed and our training and resources, opportunities at Paychex are more than just jobs. They are your chance to build a solid career with a company named to FORTUNE magazine's '100 Best Companies to Work For' list seven times since 2002. We provide an atmosphere that fosters a healthy work life balance , and our comprehensive benefits package provides health care, retirement planning, education assistance, and much more. Presenting payroll products and services of Paychex to final decision makers and end users within the prospect universe. Scheduling appointments and visiting potential and current referral sources to secure referrals to end users. Prospecting for new clients and new referral sources utilizing the telephone, direct mail, seminars, current client visits, or other local marketing programs as directed by sales management. Analyzing the customer needs and interests, determining which products are appropriate, and referring to appropriate party when necessary. Expediting the resolution of customer problems or complaints. Completing and submitting accurate new business paperwork, expense reports, and weekly activity reports by agreed-upon dates set by sales management. Projecting a positive image in representing the Company to clients and the community. Achieving technical, competitive, and sales skills knowledge. Competency is measured by the successful attainment of objectives and performance within the 80-100 percentiles on semi-annual field evaluation tests. May be required to travel outside of geographical territory for purposes of attending Conference, training sessions, and/or area zone meetings.
HELPDESK SUPPORT TECH
PACKAGING OPERATOR I
Responsible for efficiently producing finished products and maintaining the highest possible food safety quality standards. Setup, operation, monitoring and cleaning equipment in order to ensure the most efficient production and highest level of product quality at all times and minimize waste. Make minor adjustments to equipment as needed. Operate all line equipment in a safe and efficient manner Assist with the set up of machinery to prepare for production and final stages of production preparation, including setting line speeds and functions to correct specifications. Complete all daily paperwork required by position. Start up, operating, shut down and making minor machine adjustments to all fillers and related equipment including, line changeovers, coding equipment, conveyor controls, conveyor casing, box formers and sealing equipment. Start up, operating, shutdown and making minor machine adjustments of sleever, shrink tunnel, capper, spot packer, over wrapper, palletize and related equipment Monitoring fill levels, weights and codes of product meet specifications. Monitor and accurately record production line quality checks as required Visually monitor product and packing to maintain its quality and integrity. Available to work all stations Make minor adjustments to equipment as needed. Properly log down time in SIS. Ensure that information is accurate and 100% completed daily. Ensure that idle time is productive by assisting down areas and keeping area clean. Notify Maintenance Mechanics or supervision of any defective mechanical and / or material and or unsafe working conditions. Fill out maintenance or safety work orders regarding needed repairs or unsafe conditions. Clean equipment in a set environment with sanitation chemicals. Maintain the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition and follows prescribed safety regulations. Available to all work stations. Flexibility to work weekends, shifts and overtime through the completion of scheduled production runs as needed. Train other employees on all production positions. Other non-routine duties as assigned.
PER DIEM ALLIED - PSYCH TECH - ALLIED: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
FRONT END AND MOBILE DEVELOPER
HR ANALYST ? QUALITY, PROCESS AND PERFORMANCE
POSITIONRESPONSIBILITIES: Lead the development and implementation of HR performance metrics Define and lead Customer Service Quality framework for HR organization Lead efforts to define, document, update and communicate HR-related processes ? both internally and across the company Maintain departmental budget, track and report on performance Track training, prepare documentation and submit training reimbursement requests to State and local agencies; coordinate efforts with Finance organization Develop and maintain HR Data Book, encompassing in Benefits/health care, Safety, recruiting, hires/terminations, headcount, HR-related transactions and projects Document and administer company-wide policies; serve as policy administrator Serve as a liaison with Internal Audit to ensure ongoing compliance on all processes, procedures and actions related to process compliance with respect to hires, terminations, compensation and other transactions Lead organizational communications related to HR processes, procedures, policies, etc.
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATOR DHS ? INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
Primary responsibilities/Job summary: KeyPoint Government Solutions is currently seeking Department of Homeland Security (DHS) independent contractor investigators in Washington. Applicants must reside within 50 miles of the city of Bellingham, WA. Relocation assistance is not available for this position. Candidates willing to relocate themselves to the area should include a cover letter stating that fact. Independent Contractors are self employed with a varying workload. They conduct background investigations in support of national security, focusing on casework for Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Engagements include conducting background investigations for the purpose of determining employment suitability of persons who require access to sensitive or classified U.S. Government information. Independent contractors will conduct face-to-face interviews with the subject and his/her neighbors, employers, friends, and family, as well as perform record searches at police agencies, courthouses, educational institutions, financial institutions, and medical/mental health facilities. Information obtained will be reported in a clear and concise report. The investigation territory will include work within a 100-mile radius of the investigator's home. Independent contractors: are not employees of KeyPoint - independent contractors are self employed are responsible for their own taxes (KeyPoint provides a 1099) do not receive KeyPoint employee benefits do not receive full-time workloads are compensated on an engagement-completed basis (a flat fee per completed investigative item; each item?s fee varies based on complexity and time consumption) Minimum
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATOR OPM - INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
KeyPoint Government Solutions is currently seeking independent contractors to be background investigators in the Marquette, MI area. This opportunity is ideal for individuals who are willing to initially commit a significant amount of time in order to obtain a government security clearance and operate as a credentialed background investigator on behalf of the federal government. Upon receiving security clearance and graduating from the government mandated training class, independent contractors work independently and receive a variable amount of investigative assignments dependent on the workload KeyPoint receives from the government and the independent contractors own availability. Independent contractors have a flexible schedule due to the fact that they schedule their own subject interviews, source interviews and agency appointments. Who has been successful in this role? Retired military and federal employees Military spouses/partners Business owners (real estate, insurance etc) Retired professionals such as educators, law enforcement and first responders Current college students or college graduates Working parents Successful independent contractors come from almost any background. If you have a desire to protect your country, the ability to obtain a security clearance and commit to a training process, please read further! What will I be doing? Independent contractors run their own business and contract with KeyPoint Government Solutions to conduct background investigations in support of national security, focusing on casework for the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Engagements include collecting background information, which is then provided to the government for the purpose of determining employment suitability of persons who require access to sensitive or classified U.S. Government information. Independent contractors conduct face-to-face interviews with the subject and his/her neighbors, employers, friends and family, as well as, perform record searches at police agencies, courthouses, educational institutions, financial institutions and medical/mental health facilities. Information obtained is then typed into a clear and concise report on a government-mandated computer system. In what area will I receive task invitations? Independent Contractors receive investigative casework within 50 miles of their home location. Mileage and travel expenses are the independent contractor?s own business expenses and are not reimbursed. Additionally, relocation assistance is not available for this position. Candidates must be in the location of the work before the start of the government-mandated training. Additional work is generally available in different geographic areas at the independent contractor?s request. Many independent contractors have seasonal homes, or visit family members and friends for long periods of time in another area and request work in several locations throughout the year. What is an independent contractor? This position is ideal for candidates who have other commitments and are only seeking supplementary or limited income by operating their own business. Most investigative tasks are completed during business hours, Monday-Friday due to subject, source and court house availability. However, report writing (typing) and some tasks may be completed at other times that best meet the independent contractor?s schedule. Investigative tasks have specific government due dates and generally must be completed within 2-3 weeks. Independent contractors work from their own home office. Independent contractors: Are not employees of KeyPoint, are not benefit-eligible, are not paid by the hour and are not bound to any schedule. Must have established their own business and will be asked to provide the following business documents: evidence of insurance and marketing materials; further, these additional documents (if applicable) : Fictitious name statement filing, Articles of Incorporation, City or County business license, Professional License and business bank account information Must provide a W-9, will receive a 1099 and are obligated by law to file their own business taxes Will be compensated on an engagement-completed basis giving the contractor the ability, through efficiency, to be able to maximize profit Must maintain appropriate types and levels of insurance coverage including auto insurance and liability insurance Will be able to completely control their work schedule by accepting or rejecting offered work Will have complete flexibility to perform similar or other services for third parties (including all competitors) Will be responsible for correcting task assignment mistakes without any compensation for the time such corrections take.
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATOR DHS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
Primary responsibilities/Job summary: KeyPoint Government Solutions is currently seeking Department of Homeland Security (DHS) independent contractor investigators in North Dakota. Applicants must reside within 50 miles of the city of Minot, ND. Relocation assistance is not available for this position. Candidates willing to relocate themselves to the area should include a cover letter stating that fact. Independent Contractors are self employed with a varying workload. They conduct background investigations in support of national security, focusing on casework for Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Engagements include conducting background investigations for the purpose of determining employment suitability of persons who require access to sensitive or classified U.S. Government information. Independent contractors will conduct face-to-face interviews with the subject and his/her neighbors, employers, friends, and family, as well as perform record searches at police agencies, courthouses, educational institutions, financial institutions, and medical/mental health facilities. Information obtained will be reported in a clear and concise report. The investigation territory will include work within a 100-mile radius of the investigator's home. Independent contractors: are not employees of KeyPoint - independent contractors are self employed are responsible for their own taxes (KeyPoint provides a 1099) do not receive KeyPoint employee benefits do not receive full-time workloads are compensated on an engagement-completed basis (a flat fee per completed investigative item; each item?s fee varies based on complexity and time consumption) Minimum
Are you a successful account representative who thrives in a consultative sales process, building on-going relationships / partnerships with your customers? Do you prefer selling a tangible product and value added services to end users as well as management? Are you familiar with industrial sales components? Bearings, pneumatics, and/or hydraulic components? At Applied Industrial Technologies , the Account Manager role has an immediate impact on our customers, on our Service Center performance, and on personal earnings. We'll ensure that you receive ongoing training and provide you with solid feedback and support to help you reach your goals. This is a wonderful opportunity for a strong outside sales representative who thrives in consultative sales and has some knowledge of industrial products. Responsibilities: Reporting directly to the General Manager, you will be responsible for building a territory and growing earnings by developing repeat business relationships in existing accounts and opening new business. You will also be responsible for calling on engineers, maintenance, purchasing and others using your consultative selling approach to learn about your customers' applications and needs. Achieve sales and profit goals by developing existing customers, opening new business, and customer retention Conduct sales and service activities, develop strong customer relationships, identify product applications, and introduce new products and services Prepare quotations and proposals, follow up and negotiate terms, and close transactions Organize and conduct training sessions for customers, survey market and competitive conditions Complete reports regarding itineraries, expenses, sales calls, leads and other related reports Monitor customer complaints, follow up on outstanding orders, and make emergency calls, night calls, and deliveries as required
EVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY (EHS) ANALYST
About United Water United Water is one of the nation?s leading environmental companies, providing water and wastewater services to approximately 5.5 million people in the United States. In addition to owning and operating 16 water and wastewater utilities, United Water operates 90 municipal and industrial water and wastewater systems through innovative public-private partnerships and contract agreements. Founded in 1869, United Water is a subsidiary of SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT. About SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT Natural resources are not infinite. Each day, SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT (Paris: SEV, Brussels: SEVB) and its subsidiaries deal with the challenge of protecting resources by providing innovative solutions to industries and to millions of people. SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT supplies drinking water to 97 million people, provides wastewater treatment services for 66 million people and collects the waste produced by 50 million people. SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT has 79,550 employees and, with its presence on a global scale, is a world leader exclusively dedicated to environmental services. SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT reported sales turnover of 14.8 billion Euros ($19.6 billion USD) at the end of financial year 2012. The Environmental, Health and Safety Analyst will be responsible for developing, implementing and managing a wide variety of projects and activities for the Corporate Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) department. Act as a liaison between the EHS, legal, financial, procurement and other departments to implement programs compatible with United Water and SUEZ ENVIRONMENT?s policies allowing UW Management to monitor, verify and improve the effectiveness of EHS Activities. Responsible for overseeing numerous IT and database systems put in place to monitor and manage the compliance of environmental, health and safety areas of the business. These systems include, but not limited to, the following: Intelex, Pure Safety, EHS SharePoint portal, and HachWIMS.
Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of Sanofi, is a global company that provides more than one billion doses of vaccine each year, making it possible to immunize more than 500 million people across the globe. A world leader in the vaccine industry, Sanofi Pasteur offers the broadest range of vaccines protecting against 20 infectious diseases. The company's heritage, to create vaccines that protect life, dates back more than a century. Every day, the company invests more than one million Euros in research and development. Sanofi, an integrated global healthcare leader, discovers, develops and distributes therapeutic solutions focused on patients? needs. Sanofi has core strengths in the field of healthcare with seven growth platforms: diabetes solutions, human vaccines, innovative drugs, consumer healthcare, emerging markets, animal health and the new Genzyme. Position Location: Lakeland, Florida Sell priority products in order to meet and exceed annual sales quotas by using the Account Call Model. Exceptional delivery of all core arguments and associated product messages. Consistent, excellent implementation of the Sales Action Plan. Communication, coordination and cooperation with fellow representatives, specialty representatives and all of Company Management. Plan and allocate sales activities to the highest potential opportunities to drive results for both the Public and Private markets. Continually gain rapport with increasing number of customers by utilizing professional communication skills. Use consultative selling approaches that satisfy the Company's various customers? styles and business/product needs. Routinely service and follow up with customers on product purchases and practices. Prospect and qualify new and emerging markets and feedback information to the Company as requested. Operate within assigned budgets. Sanofi Pasteur SA is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or any other characteristics protected by applicable law.
LOSS PREVENTION INVESTIGATOR - PART-TIME
SORT OPERATIONS PACKAGE HANDLERS (PART-TIME/3RD SHIFT)-CVG
Whether looking for your first job, a career change, or want to join a company that rewards strong work ethics and a desire to succeed - DHL may have your answer. As the world leader in logistics and transportation, DHL knows how to deliver! Summary of Tasks and Accountability Part-Time Package Handlers work in our overnight operation and are a crucial component to the success of DHL. Involved in all aspects of the operation at the CVG Erlanger, KY hub job duties include processing time-sensitive materials for pick-up, transit, delivery, sorting, loading, unloading, and material handling. Package Handlers must move material with speed and accuracy according to established procedures to meet the deadlines of business necessity.
Associate's Degree RN Required The RN Care Manager is a registered nurse who, through the use of care management principles and practice, applies the nursing process to meet the needs of the home hospice client. The nursing care is provided to all age groups of the population served, through conscious application of theoretical knowledge, skill, and coordination with members of the health care team. Care Managers may function as any or coordination with members of the health care team. Care Managers may function as any or all of the following: diagnostician, caregiver, counselor, planner, supervisor, evaluator, advocate, coordinator, record keeper or consultant. The RN Care Manager uses specific age ? and cultural-related physical, intellectual, psychosocial, and developmental attributes in the assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of patient care. He/She must be able to perform basic life-support measures such as CPR. Licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Michigan. Graduate of a diploma, associate, or baccalaureate school of Nursing. BSN preferred. Demonstrates technical competency, critical thinking, interpersonal skills. Has 2 years nursing experience or 1 year critical care experience. Has current CPR certification. Home care/Hospice experience preffered. BSN Preferred Paygrade NN7
DELIVERY DRIVER; SPOKANE, WASHINGTON
Company Overview Sleep Country, an employee owned company, is seeking energetic and outgoing Drivers for its Spokane, Washington Distribution Center. This Distribution Center services customers throughout Spokane county and parts of Idaho. We are interested in goal oriented individuals who possess a passion for providing excellent customer service and who embody the skills to complete required tasks in a safe, efficient manner. With over 230 locations, 1,500 employees and $320 million in annual sales, The Sleep Country is looking for leadership minded employees to join our team! We offer an excellent training program to ensure success within this role and a generous benefits package. Sleep Country is an employee owned company. Our Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) is a retirement plan that allows our employee owners to share in the success of the company. This benefit is provided, at no cost, to our eligible employees. AT-WILL EMPLOYMENT *** The Sleep Train, Inc. follows federal, state and local laws regarding equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate against its employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, sex, disability, national origin, age, or any other unlawful consideration. Equal employment opportunity will be extended to all persons in all aspects of the employer-employee relationship. The Sleep Train, Inc. is an 'at-will' employer. You or The Sleep Train, Inc. may terminate your employment at any time, with or without notice.*** Duties: Delivery Driver At Sleep Country, we believe the customer service that we provide is what sets us apart. The Delivery Team is responsible for ensuring that every customer receives the best delivery experience they have ever had. This is accomplished by delivering in a safe, timely, and professional manner and making sure that the customer is satisfied. Essential Duties and Responsibilities- • Safe and appropriate driving of delivery trucks • Maintaining Truck Safety and Efficient Operation and reports any damage to vehicle, customer property, company stores • Provide exceptional customer service ensuring timely deliveries, CODs and call-backs • Delivery and Set-up of new merchandise and removal of old products • Inventory control • Efficient Route Planning and execution • Warehouse Maintenance • Verify correct product loaded for delivery • Refuel vehicles • Load/Unload Delivery Trucks and Vendor Shipments • Other duties may be assigned
Company Overview: First Acceptance Corporation is a retailer, servicer and underwriter of non-standard personal automobile insurance based in Nashville, Tennessee. We currently write non-standard personal automobile insurance in 12 states and are licensed as an insurer in 13 additional states. As of September 30, 2011, we leased and operated 383 retail locations, staffed by employee-agents. Our employee-agents exclusively sell insurance products either underwritten or serviced by us. Benefits: A comprehensive benefits package that includes: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(k) Tuition reimbursement Short Term Disability Long term Disability Life Insurance Flexible Spending Account Appraisal Support Representative This position performs tasks related to the appraisal assignment process such as follow up on assignments, updates and resolving issues. This position works as a liaison for the staff appraisers, IAs, Drive Ins and DRP shops. Additional duties may include processing mail, data entry and other clerical support functions. Responsibilities: Monitor outstanding assignments. Follow up on outstanding assignments Maintain supplement hot line. Sets reserves for Salvage. Review total loss report for open rental assignments. Update appraisal assignments and/or AS400 with updated information. Perform other like duties as assigned. Moving vehicles to Copart.
SR RISK&COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST
BASIC FUNCTION: This position is responsible for maintaining the IT risk and compliance management strategy. Maintains policy, standards, processes and procedures to assess, monitor, report, escalate and remediate IT risk and compliance related issues. Works collaboratively with corporate compliance, internal auditing and corporate risk management and various technical teams in the design and implementation of audit, risk assessment and regulatory compliance practices for IT. Facilitates risk assessments and identifies risk themes. Proactively promotes enhancement of technology-related internal controls awareness and training across IT and business units. Monitors and analyzes technology risk trends, recommends appropriate IT policies, procedures and practices to strengthen internal operations. Advises IT and business executives on the status of technology risk and compliance issues based on assessment results and information from various monitoring and control systems. Educates IT and business executives on appropriate mitigation strategies and approaches. Provides oversight regarding audit, regulatory and risk management activities across IT functional areas, such as the development and maintenance of regulatory documentation (e.g., Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance). Coordinates the IT component of both internal and external audits, federal and state examinations. Possesses detailed knowledge of industry regulatory environment and risk management practices, and thorough understanding of local and federal regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley, Basel II, and HIPAA.
MEDICAL MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST I
CARE COORDINATOR UM/CM I
SALES STRATEGIST INT
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