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VOICE SERVICES ARCH CONSULTANT
Genuent is hiring a Voice Services Arch Consultant for our direct client in Houston, TX area. This is a long term contract position. Qualified candidates should send their resume (Word Format) along with salary requirements to Margot Parsons at or please call 585-672-7447 Job Purpose (Job Summary): Primarily to work on Global Conferencing projects, secondary purpose is to work on local and global projects to include Voice network installation projects. Systems to be project managed are IP and TDM Avaya, Nortel solutions and Microsoft, regionally centralized E-Talk call recording systems and various other voice systems. Technical knowledge of Avaya, Nortel and Microsoft is needed for this position. Key Responsibilities / Duties : Contribute to intra- and inter-departmental Projects/Activities, whilst following the project methodology at all times. including DR updates, documentation and hand over to Operations Team Work on roadmaps, future planning, system upgrades, keeping systems on current and supported software Support and maintain all voice systems, ensuring that all systems and services are maintained to the highest operating level at all times. Carry out all changes and cabling requirements in accordance with Company procedures.This includes effective liaison with the Service Desk and other departments in the business. Process all administrative tasks related to voice in a timely and accurate manner. Act as technical escalation point of contact to resolve all voice services issues, providing first class support and problem resolution, raising issues with line management where appropriate. Contribute to business continuity testing in line with Company requirements. Work Experience / Knowledge: (At least 3 years' experience on all the below) Experience with project management methodologies (Waterfall & Agile) Proven experience in voice related project management. Up to date knowledge of the technologies, equipment and software appropriate to the business, including Microsoft, Avaya, Nortel, Contact center & Voice recording both VOIP and TDM. Good working knowledge of Telco providers and their process. Working Conditions: Hours may include evenings and/or weekends and may include 24 hour a day on call support by personal mobile device. Travel as needed.



COST ACCOUNTING MANAGER
Job is located in Tipp City, OH. Cost Accounting Manager Overview: Based in Dayton, Ohio, the Cost Accounting Manager will be responsible for the ongoing development, management, analysis and reporting of a job shop/ standard cost system. The manager will be responsible for the completeness, accuracy, timeliness and quality of monthly, quarterly and annual financial cost systems reporting and analysis. The manager will report to the CFO, and will work closely with the General Accounting Manager as a key player in the ongoing improvement in utilization of the ERP system. They must have experience in a heavy manufacturing environment. Presently this is a hands-on individual contributor role with clerical supervisory responsibility, with high potential to expand as our growth continues. The position requires managing several tasks and projects simultaneously and shifting priorities as the demands of the business evolves. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: ? Coordinate monthly, quarterly and year-end close requirements to meet reporting deadlines. ? Streamline journal entry process to reduce monthly closing cycle. ? Supports and directs the development and implementation of standard cost accounting methods and activities. ? Prepares standard cost variance analysis, reconciliation and reporting. ? Facilitates annual cost standards and overhead rate development, review and update. ? Annual Physical Inventory owner & facilitator. ? Oversees the Material & Labor cost systems for accuracy, completeness, timeliness and quality. ? Reviews and maintain system controls & integrity. ? Support development and maintenance of a weekly manufacturing metrics scorecards ? Support development and preparation of an internal reporting package for management review. ? Manages and interprets cost audits, and prepares cost accounting reports for presentation to management. ? Develops and maintains Product Line Sales & Margin reporting & analysis. ? Prepares ad-hoc monthly corporate reporting as required. ? Investigates and drives profit improvement activities, has a cross-functional presence in all business units and is deeply involved in operations strategy



QUALITY ENGINEER - ASSEMBLY
*The Quality Engineer Assembly Role is loctated in Newton, NC Role Purpose: To be the technical resource for Quality within the facility. Providing training in quality techniques, company and customer requirements. Represent the department and/or the plant with customers. Drives process improvement activities and quality related corrective actions. Key Responsibilities: Comply with all company and departmental policies and procedures. Align process documentation with process capabilities. Analyze and implement customer requirements into existing systems and processes. Collect and evaluate statistical data and take appropriate measures. Resolve problems, make process improvements and respond to internal and external customer inquiries regarding quality issues. Perform compliance and system effectiveness audits to insure adherence to company policies, procedures and customer requirements. Lead the APQP Process for new products and processes Use inspection gages and tools to collect process data. Evaluate and report progress of team toward established goals and objectives. Participate in design reviews and development of process FMEA?s and take appropriate actions. Produce reports for use by management. Lead teams in structured problem solving efforts to improve both product and processes. Resolve internal and external customer complaints in such a manner as to prevent a recurrence. Ensure the teams use appropriate methods of problem solving. Keep abreast of new developments and techniques within the quality field. Train associates in both theory and application of quality tools such as statistics, inspection methods, problem solving, process analysis and improvement. Organize and present data to management for decision making. Resolve disputes with internal and external customer involving product quality. Respond to customer inquiries concerning product, service and deliveries. Participate in technical discussions with both customers and suppliers. Provide input to department budget and work to control costs. Perform all other task as assigned by Internal Quality Manager. Perform internal supply evaluations and track corrective actions driven through 8-D process. Coordinate Production Part Approval Process to customers.



ZONE BUSINESS MANAGER-MARYLAND/VIRGINIA
The ZBM serves on the Zone Leadership team and provides the finance and business acumen necessary to achieve P&L objectives including top-line revenue growth, cost controls/performance metrics, and ultimately operating margin for the zone. The ZBM also plays a significant role in evaluating revenue & cost decisions, providing detailed analysis and forecast modeling and ensuring the broad understanding of the financial targets and achievement across the zone. The ZBM provides direction, education, systems support and evaluation skills to ensure policy and business practice compliance. While not responsible for direct business activity, the ZBM is responsible for providing in-depth analysis and decision support/leadership for all Zone actions. Possessing a strong service orientation, strategic business focus and excellent attention to detail, the ZBM will continuously evaluate monthly revenue & cost performance towards improving business results vs. objective. This position will also be responsible for the direct leadership and development of branch administrators and ensuring process compliance across the zone. Responsibilities/Duties : Financial Stewardship and Guidance: ? Communicate business results to all levels of the organization via proactive presentations, interactions and modeling/coaching efforts with team members ? Lead effectively across functions to create a thorough understanding of business results and finance metrics, proactively identify opportunities, and encourage passion for improvement and goal attainment across the organization ? Serve as a senior leader in the zone to influence business outcomes & decisions, while providing key business advisory to the Zone Manager on finance decisions and risk analysis ? Provide both broad business input & impact across the business (i.e., revenue growth, customer retention) while ensuring focus on exceptional cost control processes Financial Process Oversight: ? Strong fiduciary responsibility to ensure that financial statements materially comply with GAAP standards and accurately reflect the zone?s business performance ? Ensure effective control of company assets including cash processing and deposits; finished goods inventory results and controls; fleet asset costs and parts inventory; real estate costs, lease arrangements and performance; all IT equipment and controls; payroll processing. ? Ownership of developing and completing the annual financial plan for the zone ? Lead owner of accurate forecasting processes and ownership of monthly P&L review process Leadership and Development: ? Active support and peer leadership as a member of the Division and National finance teams ? Primary owner of Branch Administrator coaching and development plans & annual reviews ? Active support of ongoing succession process across the zone [Organization & Talent Review]



PART-TIME LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE - HAGERSTOWN
Colonial Management Group, LP (CMG) operates a number of nationally recognized and accredited methadone treatment centers dedicated to helping individuals with prescription drug abuse and opiate addiction regain control of their lives. We take great pride in treating our patients with dignity and respect in each phase of their treatment experience.Colonial Management Group, LP, is currently searching for a Part-Time LPN. Candidates must be able to work early morning hours and available to work some weekends. Candidates must be able to pass a credit check, background check and drug screening. Responsibilities include: Dispensing medication and recording dosages Collecting fees for medication and maintaining records conducting a sight and count inventory of the methadone supply daily Maintaining absolute accuracy in daily accounting of the methadone that is dispensed, inventory, and fees collected Administers appropriate lab tests as required including patient vital signs, TB tests when required, and other nursing assessment techniques Schedules and screens patients to be seen by Medical Director; Assists the physician with history and physical as required Receives medical orders and ensures that medical orders are documented and understood by Program Director and other staff members Maintains absolute control and tracking of all medical paperwork involving patient dose changes, lab results, physician orders, phase/level changes and verbal orders Days/ Hours include 2 days a week and 3 weekends a month. Averaging 26hrs a week. Mon- Fri 4:30am-1pm Sat- 5am-10:30am Sun- 6:30am-9:30am Candidates MUST have a current and valid license to be able to practice in the state of Maryland.



LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE - ST. JOSEPH (PRN)
Colonial Management Group, LP operates a number of nationally recognized and accredited methadone treatment centers dedicated to helping these individuals and their families regain control of their lives. We take great pride in treating our patients with dignity and respect in each phase of their treatment experience.Colonial Management Group, LP, is currently searching for a PRN LPN. Candidates must be able to work early morning hours and available to work some weekends. Candidates must be able to pass a credit check, background check and drug screening. Responsibilities include: Dispensing medication and recording dosages Collecting fees for medication and maintaining records conducting a sight and count inventory of the methadone supply daily Maintaining absolute accuracy in daily accounting of the methadone that is dispensed, inventory, and fees collected Administers appropriate lab tests as required including patient vital signs, TB tests when required, and other nursing assessment techniques Schedules and screens patients to be seen by Medical Director; Assists the physician with history and physical as required Receives medical orders and ensures that medical orders are documented and understood by Program Director and other staff members Maintains absolute control and tracking of all medical paperwork involving patient dose changes, lab results, physician orders, phase/level changes and verbal orders Candidates MUST have a current and valid license to be able to practice in the state of Missouri.



LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE - ST. LOUIS (PT)
Colonial Management Group, LP operates a number of nationally recognized and accredited methadone treatment centers dedicated to helping these individuals and their families regain control of their lives. We take great pride in treating our patients with dignity and respect in each phase of their treatment experience.Colonial Management Group, LP, is currently searching for a PT LPN. Candidates must be able to work early morning hours and available to work some weekends. Candidates must be able to pass a credit check, background check and drug screening. Responsibilities include: Dispensing medication and recording dosages Collecting fees for medication and maintaining records conducting a sight and count inventory of the methadone supply daily Maintaining absolute accuracy in daily accounting of the methadone that is dispensed, inventory, and fees collected Administers appropriate lab tests as required including patient vital signs, TB tests when required, and other nursing assessment techniques Schedules and screens patients to be seen by Medical Director; Assists the physician with history and physical as required Receives medical orders and ensures that medical orders are documented and understood by Program Director and other staff members Maintains absolute control and tracking of all medical paperwork involving patient dose changes, lab results, physician orders, phase/level changes and verbal orders Candidates MUST have a current and valid license to be able to practice in the state of Missouri.



LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE-QUAD
Colonial Management Group, LP operates a number of nationally recognized and accredited methadone treatment centers dedicated to helping these individuals and their families regain control of their lives. We take great pride in treating our patients with dignity and respect in each phase of their treatment experience. Colonial Management Group, LP, is currently searching for a Full Time Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). Candidates must be able to work early morning hours and available to work some weekends. Candidates must be able to pass a credit check, background check and drug screening. Responsibilities include: Dispensing medication and recording dosages Collecting fees for medication and maintaining records conducting a sight and count inventory of the methadone supply daily Maintaining absolute accuracy in daily accounting of the methadone that is dispensed, inventory, and fees collected Administers appropriate lab tests as required including patient vital signs, TB tests when required, and other nursing assessment techniques Schedules and screens patients to be seen by Medical Director Assists the physician with history and physical as required Receives medical orders and ensures that medical orders are documented and understood by Program Director and other staff members Maintains absolute control and tracking of all medical paperwork involving patient dose changes, lab results, physician orders, phase/level changes and verbal orders Candidates MUST have a current and valid license and be able to practice in the State of Florida.



SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR - PORTLAND



SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR - POMPANO BEACH
Colonial Management Group, LP, is currently searching for a Full Time Counselor. Candidates must be able to work early morning hours and available to work some weekends. Candidates must be able to pass a credit check, background check and drug screening. Requirements Candidate will provide direct care in determining patient?s status and issues by interviewing them, obtaining personal information and medical history. Designs treatment and rehabilitation program by using their knowledge of alcohol and drug dependency and counseling, while tailoring the process based on patient?s needs. Modifies treatments by maintaining case history and progress notes while observing their patients. Restores patients to productive roles by educating them about available community based organizations, and social and employment services. Experience in substance abuse field is not required, but preferred. Qualified candidates will either have a degree, be certified or have experience in the substance abuse field Previous management/supervisory experience in a clinical setting preferred Florida CAP certification preferred



PROGRAM DIRECTOR -AUGUSTA
Colonial Management Group, LP (CMG) operates a number of nationally recognized and accredited methadone treatment centers dedicated to helping individuals with prescription drug abuse and opiate addiction regain control of their lives. We take great pride in treating our patients with dignity and respect in each phase of their treatment experience. Colonial Management Group, LP is currently looking a qualified and motivated Program Director to take full accountability for the operations of our clinic located in Augusta, GA. The Program Director must have previous management experience with the strong ability to manage both clinical and medical staff. The Program Director must maintain a learning environment focused on recruiting, developing and retaining a quality team. Essential Functions Ensure compliance with all local, state and federal guidelines Manage a clinical staff of 6-10 employees including hiring, on boarding and development Fiscal management to include, but not limited to budgeting, billing (third party payment), inventory management and payroll management Develop a management team that meets or exceeds company standards Responsible for ensuring appropriate amounts of inventory based upon daily census Meeting and exceeding monthly and annual clinic budgets through strict expense control Understanding of third party billing Licensed Professional Counselors preferred



PROGRAM DIRECTOR, ST. JOSEPH
Colonial Management Group, LP operates a number of nationally recognized and accredited methadone treatment centers dedicated to helping these individuals and their families regain control of their lives. We take great pride in treating our patients with dignity and respect in each phase of their treatment experience. Colonial Management Group, LP is currently looking a qualified and motivated Program Director to take full accountability for the operations of our high volume clinic located in St. Joseph, MO. The Program Director must have previous management experience with the strong ability to manage both clinical and medical staff. The Program Director must maintain a learning environment focused on recruiting, developing and retaining a quality team. Essential Functions Ensure compliance with all local, state and federal guidelines Manage a clinical staff of 10-15 employees including hiring, on boarding and development Fiscal management to include, but not limited to budgeting, billing (third party payment), inventory management and payroll management Develop a management team that meets or exceeds company standards Responsible for ensuring appropriate amounts of inventory based upon daily census Meeting and exceeding monthly and annual clinic budgets through strict expense control Understanding of third party billing Previous experience within the following fields is preferred: Substance Abuse, Pharmacology, Medically Assisted Patient Care or Medical Case Management Master Degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or related field is required. 2 years of post Master?s clinical supervision experience is required. Candidates with a LISW, LCSW, CASAC, LCSW, LMSW, LMHC/LPC, or LCDC license that is valid and active is strongly preferred.



SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR (LCDC)- NW SAN ANTONIO



PROGRAM DIRECTOR-DALLAS
Colonial Management Group, LP operates a number of nationally recognized and accredited methadone treatment centers dedicated to helping these individuals and their families regain control of their lives. We take great pride in treating our patients with dignity and respect in each phase of their treatment experience. Colonial Management Group, LP is currently looking a qualified and motivated Program Director to take full accountability for the operations of our clinic located in Dallas, TX. The Program Director must have previous management experience with the strong ability to manage both clinical and medical staff. The Program Director must maintain a learning environment focused on recruiting, developing and retaining a quality team. Essential Functions Ensure compliance with all local, state and federal guidelines Manage a clinical staff of 20-30 employees including hiring, on boarding and development Fiscal management to include, but not limited to budgeting, billing (third party payment), inventory management and payroll management Develop a management team that meets or exceeds company standards Responsible for ensuring appropriate amounts of inventory based upon daily census Meeting and exceeding monthly and annual clinic budgets through strict expense control Understanding of third party billing LCDC certification preferred Previous experience within the following fields is preferred: Substance Abuse, Pharmacology, Medically Assisted Patient Care or Medical Case Management



FT- LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE SEMORAN
Colonial Management Group, LP operates a number of nationally recognized and accredited methadone treatment centers dedicated to helping these individuals and their families regain control of their lives. We take great pride in treating our patients with dignity and respect in each phase of their treatment experience.Colonial Management Group, LP, is currently searching for a FT LPN. Candidates must be able to work early morning hours and available to work some weekends. Candidates must be able to pass a credit check, background check and drug screening.Responsibilities include: Dispensing medication and recording dosages Collecting fees for medication and maintaining records conducting a sight and count inventory of the methadone supply daily Maintaining absolute accuracy in daily accounting of the methadone that is dispensed, inventory, and fees collected Administers appropriate lab tests as required including patient vital signs, TB tests when required, and other nursing assessment techniques Schedules and screens patients to be seen by Medical Director; Assists the physician with history and physical as required Receives medical orders and ensures that medical orders are documented and understood by Program Director and other staff members Maintains absolute control and tracking of all medical paperwork involving patient dose changes, lab results, physician orders, phase/level changes and verbal orders Candidates MUST have a current and valid license to be able to practice in the state of Indiana.



CSAC SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR - RICHMOND



HOSPICE PATIENT/FAMILY CARE COORDINATOR, RN
Full-time Hospice Nurses, RN needed in our 3HC Kinston office for home hospice visits. The Hospice Patient/Family Care Coordinator, RN is directly responsible to the Director of Clinical Services. Works closely with the Medical Director, Director of Hospice, Assistant Director of Clinical Services, Community Relations Specialist, Social Workers, Nursing Assistants, Home Health Nurses, and area hospitals and health care facilities. The Hospice Patient/Family Care Coordinator, RN is responsible for the coordination of all Hospice services in counties assigned in accordance with the Hospice philosophy, Agency goals, objectives, and policies. 1.Responsible for all hospice admissions in designated territory, educating patients and families on the hospice concept and the hospice benefit. Plans, coordinates, provides and directs the delivery of compassionate, quality patient care. Must actively participate in the coordination of all aspects of the patients hospice care, in accordance with current professional standards and practice, including particpating in ongoing interdisciplinary comprehensive assessments, developing and evaluating the plan of care, and contributing to patient family counseling and education. 2. Provides continuity of care to all hospice patients. 3. Ensures complete documentation on an ongoing basis supporting Hospice guidelines. COP's documentation should be communicated daily. Assessment information to be entered in McKesson and completed in entirty within 48 hours. 4. Communicating laptop twice a day. 5. Ensures referrals are evaluated timely with a NPU rate of less that 6%. 6. Covering other visits in other offices as assigned by supevisor. 7. Meet minimal productivity of 85%. 8. Supervises certified nursing assistants as per CMS/Hospice guidelines. 9. Coordinates hospice care with Director of Clinical Services. 10. Participates in the development of ongoing activities in all hospice areas. 11. Oversees monthly hospice billing completed by Clinical Secretary for accuracy. 12. Assist the intra-disciplinary team in the development and implementation of the patient/family care plan 13. Consults with the patient's primary physician and/or Hospice Medical Director regarding changes in medical treatment. 14. Rotates on-call, if full-time. (as per Home Health RN job description) 15. Participates in the hospice's quality assessment and performance improvement program, and hospice sponsored in-service training, and IDG. 16. Assists the Social Workers with bereavement counseling. 17. Assists with local programs for training of Hospice volunteers, as needed. 18. Actively solicits community involvement for Hospice. 19. Visits referring hospice physicians for marketing, at times of low census. 20. Visits nursing homes and talks with administrators, at times of low census. 21. Acts as a resource person for the community on the Hospice program, if needed. 22. Participates in public events, if needed. 23. Particiapates in continuing education seminars as related to the Hospice program. 24. Attends agency mandatory in-services and satisfies CEU requirements of the State Board of Nursing. 25. Adheres to the Agency's Personnel Policy and Compliance Plan. 26. Willingly performs other duties as assigned by supervisor. 27. Displays a high degree of courtesy, tact, and knowledge of services provided by the agency in all contact with staff, patients, and visitors. EOE f/m/d/v



PT, PHYSICAL THERAPIST, HOME HEALTH, PER-DIEM WEEKEND
BAYADA Home Health Care is currently seeking an experienced Physical Therapist, PT, for a per diem weekend opportunity performing home health visits for our Camden County Visits office, located in Cherry Hill, NJ . This office services adult and geriatric clients on a per visit basis in territories throughout Camden County, NJ . One year prior clinical experience as a licensed PT is required. As a home care Physical Therapist, you will be an integral member of a multi-disciplinary health care team that provides rehabilitative care and skilled nursing to clients, affording them the opportunity to receive the medical care required to remain at home. BAYADA has a special purpose: to help people of all ages have a safe home life with comfort, independence, and dignity. We believe our clients and their families deserve the highest quality home health care delivered with compassion, excellence, and reliability - our core values. With more than 200 offices nationwide, founder Mark Baiada still maintains the same compassionate, human focus that made our first office unique in 1975. Responsibilities include: Make home visits to clients in designated geographic territories. Perform diagnostic tests and measurements, such as the mobility/range of joints, transfer status, stability, patterns and appearance of ambulation, strength and endurance of muscles, balance testing, and safety assessments. Develop and implement appropriate individualized care plans, including manual therapeutic exercises, gait training, balance, and other interventions. Continually assess and revise the physical therapy care plan, and participate with nursing in the multidisciplinary care plan, as appropriate. Educate and instruct clients, family members, or other client representatives, in rehabilitative care and activities necessary to promote the client's health, safety, and independent living. Accurately document observations, interventions, and evaluations pertaining to client care management and services provided, utilizing a state-of-the-art touch pad tablet. Qualifications include: A current New Jersey Physical Therapist license. A minimum of one year of recent work experience as a Physical Therapist. Graduation from a program approved by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), as indicated by school transcript or diploma. Ability to work independently and manage time effectively. Strong interpersonal, organizational, and problem solving skills. Solid computer skills; prior experience with electronic medical records (EMR) preferred. BAYADA believes that our employees are our greatest asset: Enjoy being part of a team that cares and a company that believes in leading with our values. Develop your skills with training and scholarship opportunities. Advance your career with specially designed career tracks. Be recognized and rewarded for your compassion, excellence, and reliability. Benefits may include medical, dental, and life insurance; mileage reimbursement; paid time off; weekly pay and direct deposit; scholarship opportunities; one-on-one training; recognition programs; referral bonuses; 401(k) with company match; and opportunities for career advancement. BAYADA believes that our clients and their families deserve home health care delivered with compassion, excellence, and reliability. Be part of a caring, professional team that is instrumental in providing the highest quality care while developing your career with an industry leader. Apply now for immediate consideration, or contact Patrick Hollern, Recruiter : 609-387-6408, . EOE



DIRECTOR
Open Places San Diego - Job Posting Director Date of Posting: April 21, 2014 Open Places San Diego is a new civic initiative with a mission to create an equal, just and free region driven by a united and empowered community open to full democratic participation by all its residents, open to innovative ideas and policies; open to new leaders from diverse communities; and open to meaningful economic opportunity and sustainable wealth creation for all. Open San Diego is funded by the Open Society Foundations to make San Diego County an equitable and vibrant, bi-national region where all residents are informed, engaged, and fully participating in public life and the cross-border economy. The initiative focuses on three of our County?s most vulnerable populations: Immigrants, low-wage workers, and those impacted by the criminal justice systems (Criminal Justice Impacted or CJI) with the overarching goal of increasing access to middle class jobs as well as improving working conditions and standards in low-wage industries. Open Places San Diego will be a powerful agent for change in the region, while building civic capacity amongst its partners and networks. By tackling systemic causes of oppression and inequality, Open Places San Diego will make major, long-term improvements in justice and equity . The collaborative effort will build on and leverage an incredible breadth and depth of support throughout the region. Open Places San Diego is hiring a talented and dedicated team of proven champions for progress. This team will work as part of an unprecedented collaboration among a diverse group of partners to turn a community-driven plan into action, and to help bolster the capacity of current allies while developing a new cadre of leaders for the next generation of change. By focusing on systemic change that will advance an economy for the common good, equal justice,equal opportunity, and Open Governance, Open Places San Diego has the following three substantive goals: Goal 1: Increase resourcing, coordination of and linkages to services needed by CJI and Immigrant communities to improve participation in civic life. Goal 2: Decrease workers? rights violations, increase understanding of rights and increase standards in key industries. Goal 3: Overcoming barriers and creating opportunities that connect target communities to high-­growth, middle-­income jobs. The Director will coordinate Open Places San Diego?s civic capacity strategies to reach their systems change goals: Tactical Level Capacity: the Director will work closely with all Open Places San Diego partners to build an organizing infrastructure among low-wage workers. The Director will collaborate and connect central support, research, data, communications, and technology staff to realize a robust, multi-year workplan. In particular, the Director will work closely with an Organizing Director to identify, mentor and develop new organizers from Immigrant (with emphasis on AAPI) and CJI communities. Systematic Level Capacity: the Director will develop strong relationships with allied businesses, community based partners, public sector entities, and philanthropic organizations to coordinate voter engagement and develop a leadership pipeline to promote opportunities for civic education with our targeted populations. Social Justice Level Capacity: the Director will work with partner organizations to coordinate technical assistance activities aimed at building and strengthening small grass root organizations led and working within the Immigrant and CJI communities. The aim across the initiative is to build a shared communications capacity that empowers service providers, workers and community residents to understand San Diego?s own bi-national opportunities. Summary of the Director Position: The Open Places San Diego project is in its early stages of development. As such, we are looking for a leader who can organize and support a coalition of strong, high performing organizations. In conjunction with the Open Places San Diego Steering Committee and Governance Board, the Open Places San Diego Director will develop and execute the project?s organizational and programmatic strategies, building on work completed during the planning and transition phases and identifying and strengthening key collaborations; defining a positive and inclusive collaborative and strategic culture; supporting internal and external communications and serve as the project?s spokesperson as needed. The Director will cultivate relationships necessary for successful policy change,develop a national profile and maximize fundraising opportunities. S/he will nurture and enrich the highly collaborative work environment at Open Places San Diego and work in partnership with multiple organizations and constituents to refine Open Places San Diego?s goals in alignment with the organization's vision. This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits based in San Diego, CA, reporting to the Open Places San Diego Steering Committee and Governance Board.



FUTURE MANAGEMENT OPENING- RETAIL
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF Store Manager POSITION: To manage the assigned store in a manner which ensures that all retail sales and related activities are performed in a professional, courteous, reliable and results-oriented manner. This direction should promote the goals and objectives of the company and put an emphasis on an increase in sales and profits. MAJOR AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY: Participates with supervisor in establishing meaningful goals and policy guidelines pertaining to retail sales operations and helps develop effective plans and programs to achieve sales goals and objectives. Supervises and coordinates assigned retail functions and personnel which includes interviewing, selecting qualified employees, scheduling employees for adequate coverage, fielding questions on product and procedures, providing technical expertise as needed, directing employee work responsibilities, conducting employee training and performance evaluations, presenting employee disciplinary action, acting as Manager on Duty, and calculating employee commissions and bonuses. Implements the training programs as directed to ensure all personnel are fully trained in their positions and cross-trained as needed. Coordinates and tracks all personnel training as assigned through Corporate. Ensures effective communication and implementation of approved plans and programs to obtain the understanding, involvement, and commitment of assigned employees by keeping them informed of, and trained in the use of new products, ongoing advertising, price changes, Company and regional sales promotions and contests and regular in-store games and contests that are approved by the Regional Sales Manager to generate sales and excitement. Spends adequate time on the retail show floor in 'a position to notice' to ensure an increase in employee knowledge so employees see opportunities to make add-on sales and to ensure compliance to all non-negotiable and customer service standards. Also to ensure that all customers are assisted in a professional, courteous, reliable, honest, and responsive manner, that their customers' needs or complaints are dealt with in a timely manner, that an adequate supply of product literature is always available and to personally assist them as needed. This document is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. It is not intended to be an entire list of all activities, tasks and skills required of people in the position. PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF Assistant Store Manager POSITION: To supervise and coordinate delegated store functions in a manner which will ensure retail sales and related activities are performed in a professional, courteous, reliable and results-oriented manner. MAJOR AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY: Supervises and coordinates assigned retail sales functions and personnel under the guidance and direction of the Store Manager. Uses independent judgment and discretion in retail sales functions and personnel matters. Schedules employees and ensures coverage throughout all business hours within budgeted matrix hours. Answers questions from store personnel on products and procedures. Provides technical expertise. Assists with personnel matters and functions as Store Manager when needed and Manager on Duty as assigned. Keeps sales personnel informed of new products, local advertising, price changes and other significant information pertaining to sales activities. Ensures Sales Representatives receive adequate training on new products to explain and demonstrate such products in an effective manner. Ensures that Sales Representatives adhere to all non-negotiable selling standards, and actively participate in Company, regional, and store sales promotions and contests. Delivers FSD program to Company goals and standards. This document is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. It is not intended to be an entire list of all activities, tasks and skills required of people in the position.



REGIONAL ACCOUNTS DIRECTOR (RAD)
Overview: Explore a career with Adecco, the nation?s leading provider for temporary, temp-to-hire and contingency search/permanent placement services. The Adecco Regional Account Director introduces Adecco and its products to prospects utilizing sales calls, strategic sales methods, and formal presentations/ proposals with the goal of developing prospects into clients, while focusing on increasing Adecco?s gross margin dollars. Responsibilities: The Regional Account Director job responsibilities include: Introducing Adecco?s services to major account prospects with the goal of developing them into clients with exclusive agreements with Adecco. Performing all prospecting, sales and customer service activities within current major accounts to increase sales and gross margin dollars. Focusing on potential on-site Adecco Alliance accounts. Recommending resolutions for potential and actual staffing problems. Developing presentation materials and written proposals in MSWord or PowerPoint. Coordinating sales negotiations with branch or division as appropriate Forecasting anticipated sales for regional management planning. Working with Adecco personnel and clients to resolve billing and service issues. Touring client facilities regularly to gain an understanding of business activities and personnel requirements of the client. Maintaining records of all client sales activities and follow-up requirements by utilizing Adecco office technology



DATA ENTRY
Job Classification: Contract Essential Duties and Responsibilities:- Maintain working knowledge and demonstrate understanding of CMS and insurance payer claim filing requirements associated with coding, modifier usage and concurrency compliance.- Must maintain knowledge, apply and promote compliance to company policies and operating procedures in place for Account Origination, Coding, Charge Entry and Batch Reconciliation.- Must maintain specific staff productivity measures for account originators, batch reconciliations representatives and coders ensure productivity.- Must ensure to meet weekly and monthly work flow deadlines in accordance with identified performance goals and measures.- Must be able to communicate clearly and comfortably with providers (MDs or CRNAs) regarding medical record documentation or concurrency issues that require clarification.- Must be able to communicate with practice/hospital/facility staff regarding patient insurance and demographic information, electronic demographic needs/issues or patient medical records needs.- Must be able to communicate effectively with internal and external auditors, provide the documentation required for audit purposes and/or document and modify existing procedural documentation based on the outcome from the audit- Calculates and prepares department staff time and attendance records for each payroll period.- Interacts with company Coding Education and Auditing leaders.- Responsible for reviewing patient logs and other report of clinical activity to ensure billing is captured for all patients.- Works in conjunction with the Patient Accounting team to answer all inquiries regarding coding and billing for physician services and assists with resolving coding related payer denials.- Works in coordination with other members of the Central Business Office as necessary. - Coaches and assists assigned personnel to maximize productivity and teamwork which includes providing work direction, managing performance, supporting training and development, administering company policies and fostering positive employee relations- Adheres to HR policies and procedures. Advises staff within and outside the department of changes. Supports and promotes adherence of all policies.- Participates in administrative staff meetings and attends other meetings and seminars. Assists in evaluation of reports, decisions, and results of department in relation to established goals and requirements- Serves as a member of the Business Services Team and other project teams- Prepare and maintain functional work area operational procedures and training manual standards- Prepares monthly productivity reports for areas of responsibility and uses to assist in the preparation of annual employee evaluations and/or with achieving monthly Business Services performance goals- Maintains a high level of confidentiality, ethical, and professional standards- Performs other related duties as required and assigned- Reports to work, meetings and professional obligations on time Join Aerotek Professional Services ® . Our customized employment solutions and personalized approach give job seekers access to great opportunities with competitive salaries. Aerotek offers comprehensive benefits that can include medical, dental, optical, and optional 401k. Don't put your career in the hands of just anyone; put it in the hands of a specialist. Launch or rejuvenate your career today with Aerotek Professional Services! Allegis Group and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers and will consider all applications without regard to race, marital status, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by law.



CORE JAVA DEVELOPER
Job Classification: Contract ?**Candidate must be able to work directly on W2 with TEKsystems*** TEKsystems is currently looking for a senior developer with strong Core Java development experience. Our client is looking for strong Object Oriented programming expertise and multi-threaded development. Application experience must have sat on UNIX/LINUX Operating System. Required:Core Java ProgrammingMulti-threadingDatabase (Ability to perform joins, updates, deletes etc...)UNIX/LINUX Operating System Please forward your resume for immediate consideration. Join TEKsystems ® and get your career on the fast track. As the leading technology staffing and services firm, we are passionate about deploying high-caliber IT and communications expertise. To satisfy our constant need for expertise, we actively seek talented Technical Professionals with all levels of information technology and communications skills. TEKsystems knows that every professional has different needs, so we'll work together to determine a suitable benefits package. We offer options to our Technical Professionals that could include: a health plan, 401k, provisions for vacation and holiday pay, and technical and professional training. With a foundation as the nation's largest IT staffing firm, we've become a billion-dollar services company by blending superior client service with an unrivaled ability to source and manage talent to precise specifications, resulting in successful technology executions. Allegis Group and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers. M/F/D/V



ACCOUNT MANAGER
We, ITW Motion belong to the ITW Automotive Group. As a subsidiary of ITW, an international group of companies represented at 825 locations in 58 countries, employing over 60,000 people and with a turnover of USD 17.9 bn, we are one of the world?s leading manufacturers of plastic components and assemblies in the automotive supplier industry. ITW Motion is the synergy of 3 production sites, located in Röttingen, Germany, in Frankfort, Illinois, USA, and in Shanghai, China, supported by 4 sales representatives worldwide (France, Japan, Korea, and India). With ITW Motion, we create a worldwide presence under one name. ?We keep the world in motion? with our large product range of damping elements. We are currently seeking an Account Manager for our Troy, MI office. This individual will serve as the conduit for information from the customer to ITW Motion and information from ITW Motion to the customer. This individual will be required to interface with all areas of the assigned account; engineering, purchasing and assembly operations. This position will ensure that the sales volume increase and profitability objectives are achieved in their assigned accounts/programs. Alone and in conjunction with Engineering, they will introduce, recommend, present and/or demonstrate ITW?s Motions systems, products, and services that will meet the account?s/program?s needs. Additionally this person will be required to have a full understanding of the processes and capabilities of the ITW Motion group to better identify opportunities to increase sales revenue and to act as the initial technical resource for our customers. This person is required to have / acquire an understanding of the customer systems we are targeting in order to identify opportunities for ITW. The Account Manager is responsible for all aspects of managing the assigned customers and is required to complete all necessary quote forms and information requests and work closely with the Engineering groups to finalize the design and quotation package. Account Management - Develop and manage accounts in a manner necessary to achieve short range and long range business goals for the company. Customer Relations - Solidifying and growing mutually beneficial business relationships including: Correspondence - Written communication formatted to reflect ITW?s thoroughness. Telephone contact - Present for all possible conversations to assist in documenting details. Initial Quality Issue Response - help identify, quantify and coordinate initial responses to customer quality concerns. Collection of Customer/Potential Customer Details - Various individuals? positions, program information, and personality information. Clarify and Convey Customer Needs and Requests - To aid in and avoid non-necessary activities and expenditures Report Writing - Meeting minutes documenting progress and issues. Contact and support of all levels of the assigned customer, technical, commercial and production. Quoting/Soliciting Appropriate Business - Seeking opportunities from present and potential accounts that Motion can provide value to Collect Necessary R.F.Q. Information - Application volumes, duration, competitive environment, and other information to help generate accurate quotations. Generate Formal Quotations - Quote and ?no-quote" verbiage reflecting professionalism Delivery/Review Formal Quotations - Personal deliveries at pre-set meeting to field questions, and collect competitive feedback. Identifying new opportunities or current competitor weaknesses through understanding of customer needs and environments. Financial Issues Customer/Internal ? Resolve issues concerning payment for work to be performed and compensation for work completed. Secure Customer Purchase - determine when to begin work based on customer expressed written intent. Determine Invoice Timing - Ensure consistency with customer policy. Internal Documentation - Circulation of financial information to appropriate departments Accounting Support - Assist Accounting with problems/potential problems effecting expedient payment Program Budget Tracking - Assist Engineering in tracking budgets for quoted programs Forecasting/Release Capacity Analysis - Work in synch with scheduling and manufacturing to meet customer production requirements. Assist with Scheduling - Clarify customer needs to avoid noncompliance with Motion scheduling. Communicate Shortages to Customers - Caused by mold/tooling tuning anticipated or unforeseeable. Verify Release Changes - Analyze for consistency with stated capacity. Departmental Support - Help various department gain information necessary to perform their jobs. Quality Standards - Maintain compliance with ISO/TS16949 and ISO14001 standards. Safety - Comply with all company safety and environmental policies, procedures and management systems .



ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP
Accounting Internship Checkpoint Systems, Inc. is a leading provider of radio frequency-based shrink management solutions and loss prevention systems for an impressive roster of the world?s most successful retailers and consumer package goods manufacturers. Job Summary: Checkpoint has a yearlong internship position available with its accounting and finance shared service center. The internship provides candidates the opportunity to work in a corporate office setting in which the candidate will interact with the different team members of the accounting department and gain exposure to its accounting and month-end closing practices. The ideal candidate will be working to obtain a degree in accounting or finance, be motivated, and eager to learn. Primary Responsibilities: Contributes to the month-end closing process by performing certain journal entries in a timely fashion. Performs account analysis and reconciliations. Assists with the monthly sales tax compliance process. Supports and manages sales tax audits, by collecting any required information and providing it to the audit teams in a timely fashion. Any other ad hoc projects as required. Position Requirements: Accounting or finance major who is projected to graduate at the earliest as of May 2015. Assignment is for one year, 20 hours a week over the summer and 20 hours a week during the semester. The candidate should be proficient in Microsoft Office and Excel. A cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 is preferable. The Accounting internship is a paid internship at $12.00 per hour. To apply for this position, send your resume via e-mail to . Checkpoint Systems, Inc. 101 Wolf Drive Thorofare, NJ 08086 www.checkpointsystems.com EOE/Drug Free Workplace Note: Checkpoint Systems Inc. is located directly next to West Deptford Middle School in Thorofare, NJ. Copyright ©2014 Checkpoint Systems, Inc. | 101 Wolf Drive, Thorofare, NJ, 08086, USA | 1-800-257-5540 | Privacy Policy | Request Information | Contact Us | var _gaq = _gaq || []; _gaq.push(['_setAccount', 'UA-29532483-1']); _gaq.push(['_setDomainName', 'checkpointsystems.com']); _gaq.push(['_setAllowLinker', true]); _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); (function () { var ga = document.createElement('script'); ga.type = 'text/javascript'; ga.async = true; ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? 'https://ssl' : 'http://www') + '.google-analytics.com/ga.js'; var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(ga, s); })(); //



FREE CASH FLOW SR. FINANCIAL ANALYST
D&B offers exciting career opportunities and we are currently hiring a Free Cash Flow Sr. Financial Analyst for our Short Hills, NJ location. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Own and lead the following Free Cash Flow (FCF) related activities for US, Canada and Corporate: Develop the annual FCF Plan using the direct and indirect methods, liaising with other Finance team members and business leaders. Identify significant risks and opportunities and levers, and align the plan with the Finance Leaders Prepare the FCF forecast on a monthly basis and submit in Cognos TM1. Identify major risks and opportunities in the forecast. Explain variances to Plan, prior forecast and prior year. Recommend actions to achieve quarterly and annual plans. Meet tight FCF reporting deadlines Track daily cash collections and disbursements. Analyze and reconcile direct FCF tracking model to the indirect FCF actuals model and work with the Accounting team to resolve any discrepancies Maintain a strong focus on aiding management in making value enhancing business decisions. Develop and maintain financial models, perform sensitivity analysis and provides perspective to the Finance leader on impact to FCF



BRANCH MANAGER
Primary Purpose: Reporting to the Regional Branch Manager, the Branch Manager directs all activities of the assigned branch, focusing on achievement of the branch goals while providing quality customer service that is delivered through well trained and motivated branch staff. Essential Functions: Manages the operation of the branch by directly and indirectly supervising employees. Meets on a regular basis to communicate branch objectives and goals, and branch operating performance to all employees. Encourages employee feedback and participation in branch activities. Works with Corporate staff in the development of branch fiscal goals and sales targets. Monitors branch progress against established goals and adjusts operations and procedures as needed to meet goals. Monitors the use of all branch assets to insure effective utilization of personnel and materials. Reviews and monitors the knowledge and skill level of all branch staff to identify development and training needs. Works with corporate staff to arrange employee participation in training and development programs. Works with the Sales and Marketing Departments to enhance the public awareness of the branch and the services it can provide. Participates in various industry, association and community activities to develop and maintain a good rapport with current customers and prospects. Oversees the physical layout and presentation of the branch facility. Monitors merchandise displays, and ensures the entire branch facility is clean and safe. Monitors activity within the branch to observe the quality of customer service being provided by employees. Provides assistance to customers as needed. Provides additional training to employees if needed. Supervisory Responsibilities: Directly supervise all Branch employees. Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization?s policies and applicable laws. Responsible for hiring, training, planning, assigning and directing work, performance management, rewarding, addressing complaints, resolving problems and disciplining. Operational Management: Ensures service department group, inside sales, and dispatch/logistics all function as a team maximizing efficiency and customer experience. Regular review of manager suite of reports for compliance, accuracy and productivity. Continually monitors inside sales and counter activity, contract pricing and accuracy. Regularly meets with Rental Manager and Service Manager to define daily/weekly plan. Sales Management : Directs all sales and customer related activity. Holds weekly sales meetings to review progress of outside sales reps. Rides with sales reps periodically to offer support, coaching, development. Monitors monthly sales goals for reps. Familiar with top target jobsites, projects, Reed Data. Develops strong relationships with top customers. Participates in industry associations and community activities. Financial Management : Monitors revenue activity, expense and overhead in relation to budget, makes adjustments to meet goals and impact branch profitability. Awareness of credit procedures and adherence to customer aging policy. Creates plan to manage and return or transfer slow moving parts, merchandise and small equipment. Formulate plan with Director of Branch Operations to sell under-utilized or aging assets. Instrumental in determining branch budgets and salesmen goals and forecasts for fiscal year. Administration: Authorizes all new hires, personal action plans, pay increases and promotions working closely with H/R. Ensures all employees are clear on expectations and job duties and responsibilities. Identify and coordinate training opportunities at all levels within the branch to encourage employee growth and company commitment to excellence. Conduct annual employee performance evaluations. Ensures a safe working environment by conducting regular safety meetings, audits and assuring we are in compliance with DOT, OSHA and ANCI.



SITE DEVELOPMENT MANAGER - ODAS PUBLIC
Position Title : Site Development Manager Position Summary Responsible for the overall development of new Small Cell Networks (SCN) within assigned geographic Area. Responsibilities include business development, coordination and execution of site selection, acquisition, regulatory, engineering, permitting, construction, forecast of cost/production and site management to ensure achievement of CCIC objectives. Significant travel will be required to manage customers, deployments, vendors and site developments in various parts of an assigned Area. Essential Job Functions Assist Regional RF team with site identification and selection process. Manage the site acquisition process in accordance with CCIC policies and procedures and local regulations. This includes site qualification, budgeting, acquisition, regulatory, engineering/design, zoning, permitting, site visits, construction management, etc. Direct processes related to site construction evaluations, including construction feasibility analyses, design process reviews, and site cost projections. Ensure deployment (and customer meetings if applicable) are held regularly and issues/conflicts are resolved promptly. This includes working cooperatively with Area and Corporate personnel to integrate and administer all activities to ensure customer satisfaction. Monitor project status and ensure that system data are accurate, timely and complete. Work jointly with District Manager on RFP?s and coordination of appropriate staff for SCN and tower projects within assigned Area. Develop and maintain working knowledge of service contracts and customer expectations. Ensure compliance with CCIC standardized development process and procedure and CCIC safety requirements for all CCIC personnel and Third Party Vendors. Provide cost forecasts, updates, and project report updates to Director to ensure adherence to budget. Responsible for ensuring all costs and timeframes are managed to the approved budgets/forecasts. Education/Certifications Bachelor?s Degree or equivalent experience in Business or related field Experience/Minimum Requirements Minimum of five (5) years experience managing Public Right of Way oDAS projects (i.e. site acquisition, zoning, permitting and construction management) Minimum of five (5) years of experience in project management including experience in budgeting and finance Other Skills/Abilities Ability to manage multiple projects and tasks Be a self starter and entrepreneurial Detail-oriented, able to multi-task and meet deadlines Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills Ability to read and understand blueprints Ability to diagnose work flow problems and institute remedies Understanding of financial management of SCN Organizational Relationship Reports to: District Manager Title(s) of direct reports (if applicable): Project Manager (SCN only) Working Conditions: Works in normal office setting 40% of the time, the other 60% of the time will be spent traveling throughout assigned Area.



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