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INTERN at Global Commerce and Services

Fri, 11/17/2017 - 10:11
Employer: Global Commerce and Services Expires: 11/30/2017 Global Commerce and Services is now recruiting for Fall Interns. Come join our team and gain real-world experience!  We are looking for high energy individuals who enjoy learning new tools and software. Candidates should be able to demonstrate solid writing skills and be a team player. Candidates proficient with MS Office as well as Adobe Frame Maker and Articulate /Studio are highly preferred Requirements Must have solid verbal and written communication skillMust be a US CitizenCollege Junior or above status in good standing requiredMajors accepted are; English Business Information Technology, Computer Information Systems,  Communications, or Marketing. Other related majors may be considered.Must be proficient using MS WordMust be able to demonstrate well-honed writing, be detail-oriented and inquisitiveMust have good interpersonal communication skills.Must enjoy learning new tools and softwareMust have the ability to grasps the goals of each project and have the confidence to ask clarifying questionsMust participate actively in team meetings, offering solutions, ideas, and suggestionsMust be a currently enrolled student in a graduate or undergraduate program, or a recent graduate (within 3 months of the start of the internship)Must have the ability to work onsite for the duration of your internship3.0 Minimum GPA requirementPart-Time, 10 hours a week, commitment required (working hours flexible) Preferred SkillsDesktop publishing tools such as Adobe Frame Maker and Articulate Storyline / StudioExcelStrong Business Writing SkillsExcellent opportunity for students studying in the following Majors: Business, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Marketing, or English. Interns will be asked to develop a Business Case based on their findings after research and review of Multiple Applicant Tracking Software Products currently available on the Market. They will be asked to review the software against the needs of the Business. The Internship will require a group Presentation of Findings to include metrics and analytics used to support findings Students will gain the following real work experience: Research Business Acumen Analytics Business requirements gathering Functional Software Product review Communication Skills Presentation of Skills Teamwork    

Laboratory Technician (Aquatics) at Stowers Institute for Medical Research

Fri, 11/17/2017 - 10:07
Employer: Stowers Institute for Medical Research Expires: 12/15/2017 The Stowers Institute for Medical Research has an opening for a full-time Laboratory Technician in the Aquatics Facility to perform care and husbandry for zebrafish (Danio rerio). Primary duties include:  providing routine care and husbandry including feeding, water exchanges, tank cleaning, and health monitoring; developing and modifying animal care policies, standard operating procedures (SOPs), and practices which promote high quality, cost effective operation of the facility; interacting with faculty, staff, and other teams to provide high quality, responsive animal care services; monitoring supply and equipment inventory to sustain day-to-day operations; maintaining accurate records including: room logs, health reports, animal census, and other records as required; and preparing for all regulatory inspections.The successful candidate will be self-motivated, have excellent communication and organizational skills, and the ability to work closely with other team members. Prior experience with fish is preferred.Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in any of the life sciences (e.g., animal science, biology, microbiology, aquaculture). Basic computer skills and a working knowledge of computer programs such as Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word are required. In addition, the candidate will be required to become ALAT certified through AALAS. Weekend and Holiday work will be required.Application Instructions: To apply, please submit a current resume and 2 letters of recommendation to careers@stowers.org or to Administration Department, Stowers Institute for Medical Research, 1000 E 50th Street, Kansas City, MO 64110.

IT Pathway Intern at HCA

Fri, 11/17/2017 - 09:41
Employer: HCA Expires: 11/24/2017 HCA IT Pathways InternshipBe part of the solution! HCA, the nation's leading provider of healthcare services, is looking for high potential talent to support its vision to transform the healthcare industry. The company is comprised of locally managed facilities which include about 169 hospitals and 114 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and England and employing approximately 230,000 people.Based in Nashville, TN, HCA is on the forefront of integrating technology for the purposes of transforming the way we care for our patients. You can be part of helping our physicians and clinicians improve patient care, increase efficiency and solve many other critical challenges facing healthcare today. We need individuals who have an interest in any of the following areas:„hIT Planning/Project Management„hBusiness Analysis & Operations„hProcess Improvement„hWeb Design/Social Media„hIT Development/Programming„hSecurity & TestingProgram Details:„h12 week summer program„h40 hours a week (Monday ¡V Friday)„hPaid hourly internship of $20.00/hr„hProfessional development series from IT&S senior leaders„hCapstone presentation„hMentor element„hCommunity Service ProjectRequirements:„hCurrent Junior or first year Masters Students preferred„hAll majors welcome„hTop-notch academics„hInterest in technology„hEligible to work in the U.S.„hSoftware experience is not required¡Xwe will train you to be an expert.„hRelocation to the Nashville, TN area is necessary (housing not provided by company)HCA, for an eighth consecutive year, has earned national recognition as one of the best workplaces for informationtechnology professionals. HCA ranked No. 11 on Computerworld¡¦s 2016 ¡§Best Places to Work in Information Technology¡¨ list of 100 companies. In addition, HCA has also been named one of the Ethisphere Institute¡¦s 2016 World¡¦s Most Ethical Companies for the seventh consecutive year.HCA¡¦s Information Technology & Services department (IT&S) employs over 4,500 employees across the U.S., operates five data centers and fourteen division support centers responsible for delivering IT services to HCA and its subsidiaries such as Parallon and Sarah Cannon, as well as other customers around the country. HCA IT&S¡¦s array of services includes business analysis, systems development, systems integration, information security, customer support, training and education, and infrastructure support. Learn more about IT&S at www.healthcareinspired.com.2018 Program Application Posted Fall 2017http://careersathca.com/resources/internships.dot

Cobb County Ag & Natural Resources Agent at The University of Georgia

Fri, 11/17/2017 - 08:36
Employer: The University of Georgia - UGA - Cooperative Extension Expires: 12/07/2017 This position will be responsible for the management of the Agricultural and Natural Resources programming in Cobb County by providing educational opportunities in production agriculture, horticulture and natural resources to a wide variety of audiences utilizing a variety of teaching methods.  Other Responsibilities:• Utilizes the expertise of advisory groups, community leaders, public officials and representatives of intended audiences to analyze data, identify needs, and assist in developing educational programs• Develops a plan of work that is equitable in meeting the varied socio-economic needs of the county• Targets specific audiences for educational programs addressing critical issues identified in plan of work• Implements the College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences’ Civil Rights/Equal Opportunity plan• Develops and conducts relevant interdisciplinary programs with other staff members based on critical issues• Collaborates with other agencies and community groups to plan and implement programs• Conducts promotional efforts to expand the public’s view of extension programming• Utilizes current research data and information on emerging issues in program development and teaching• Demonstrates personal interest and involvement in community by participating in and supporting civic/community activities/organizations and networking with community leadersThis position requires frequent night meetings, some weekend work, and attendance at out-of-county meetings. A valid driver’s license and a personal vehicle for official duty travel is required.Hiring rank will be commensurate with candidate’s experience, achievements and stature in the discipline.http://extension.uga.edu/about/join/careers.cfmThe University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or protected veteran status.

Management Training (ENTRY LEVEL) at LSI Consulting

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 21:21
Employer: LSI Consulting Expires: 12/09/2017 LSI St. Louis is NOW HIRING for a Full Time Entry Level Management Trainee position. We provide 100% of individualized training to qualified candidates in the entry-level role. Training is focused in the marketing and sales industry.Requirements:-   Strong communication skills-   Full Time availability-   College Degree preferred-   0-2 years of experience in related fields-   Professionalism-   Positive attitude-   Ready for a new challenge-   Student MentalityEntry-Level Training Includes:-   Communications-   Building Customer Rapport-   Public Speaking/Presentations-   Client Acquisitions-   Customer Account ManagementManagement Training Includes:-   Team Coaching-   Create and Execute Daily Meetings-   Understanding and Disclosing Company Standards with ClienteleAdvantages:-   Pay increases with advancement-   Additional commissions and bonuses weekly-   iPad provided-   Family/friend nights-   Health programs-   Flex days offered-   Staff appreciation days-   HOLIDAYS OFF-   WIN PAID Vacations!-   Concerts and sporting events-   Multiple philanthropy events (Operation Smile, Feeding American, Soles4souls)What to Expect when Applying:After application is submitted, our Human Resources Department will call within 24-48 hours to reach out to qualified applicants.  For qualified candidates there is a 3-step interview process with the initial interview being an in-person meeting with one of the hiring managers.

Sales Associate (ENTRY LEVEL) at LSI Consulting

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 21:17
Employer: LSI Consulting Expires: 12/09/2017 CSR skills and experience are desired for entry level Sales and CSR Positions.  Candidates with customer service experience will be fully trained within multiple departments including: customer account management, marketing and sales, and management.INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE HIREWanted Experience:-   Retail Sales-   CSR positions-   Call center-   Hospitality-   BusinessCompany Culture:-   NOT seniority based-   Team driven-   Competitive-   Open door management style-   Driven for success-   Integrity comes first-   FUN and ProfessionalResponsibilities:-   Face-to- face sales and customer service-   Build customer acquisition and rapport-   This is NOT TELEMARKETING-   NO COLD CALLING-   Represent Fortune 500 clientsENTRY LEVEL POSITION – we provide 100% of on site training to qualified candidates. Fast forward your career path by utilizing the great customer service skills you already have!Develop New Skills:-   Communications-   Time management-   Public speaking-   Setting SMART goals-   Prioritization-   Professionalism-   Training/Management

Category Team Lead at Tennessee State Government

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 14:49
Employer: Tennessee State Government Expires: 12/16/2017 The Category Team Lead supervises and directs a team of Category Specialists to procure and manage statewide contracts within the team’s assigned portfolio of goods and/or services. The Category Team Lead provides input and recommendations to the Director in the development and implementation of contract management strategies and initiatives. In addition, the Category Team Lead administers a limited number of procurement activities, using all available methods to include Request for Proposal, Invitation to Bid, Multi-step Bidding, Competitive Negotiation and Informal Bid, from development and implementation of the sourcing strategy to execution of the contract, which includes identifying agency needs, drafting solicitations, executing procurements, managing and leading the state evaluation process and conducting negotiations. In these limited number of statewide contracts, the Category Team Lead will serve as the point person for ongoing contract management activities, and will utilize problem solving skills to ensure the contract satisfies the needs of internal and external stakeholders. The Category Team Lead will represent the state procurement office and speak in public settings to various groups which include, but are not limited to, relevant industry trade groups, the state fiscal review committee, the state procurement commission, the state protest committee and the advisory council on state procurement. REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Under the direction of the Deputy Director of Category Management: • Supervises and directs a team of Category Specialists to perform procurement and contract management functions for a specialized category of goods and/or services. • Supports and provides guidance to the team in the development, communication, and implementation of procurement and contract management strategies for assigned category based on overall procurement objectives, customer needs, supply market dynamics, technological changes in the market place, and other relevant factors. • Gathers and analyzes contract expenditure data. • Develops contract specific performance metrics. • Gathers and analyzes benchmarks for pricing and contract terms. • Develops tools to calculate, forecast, and report savings. • Develops solicitation specifications based on internal and external sources of information. • Estimates, validates and reports on annual savings associated with contracts. • Supervises [and executes a limited number of] procurement activities, including the development of solicitation documents, execution of procurement process, identification of bid evaluation criteria, and development of negotiation strategies. • At times, manages and leads the evaluation team and process to award recommendation. • Provides protest support in research and development of recommendation for resolution, as needed by the Legal department. • Possesses and demonstrates expert knowledge of policies, procedures and execution strategy for multiple solicitation methods including Request for Proposal, Invitation to Bid, Multi-step Bidding, Competitive Negotiation and Informal Bid. • Solves complex problems associated with procurement and contract management activities, as they are elevated by the subordinate Category Specialists. • Promotes and contributes to ongoing cost reduction opportunities and target savings for assigned category by benchmarking spend against market and industry standards. • Supervises [and leads the development and execution of a limited number] formal supplier negotiations and the ongoing maintenance of contracts or agreements that result from negotiations, and supports other procurement staff with similar activities. • Monitors vendor market and industry developments to identify appropriate opportunities to maximize cost savings and quality of procured goods or services. • Supervises [and conducts a limited number of] regular business reviews with vendor executives to review and discuss vendor performance, contract activities and negotiate contract enhancements and price decreases. • Develops and maintains effective channels of communication for category customers and suppliers to ensure compliance with rules, regulations, procurement and contracting timeframes, and maintain a high level of customer satisfaction. • Ensures Category Management team compliance to procurement laws, policies, procedures, rules, and regulations in all procurement related activities. • Regularly represents the central procurement office while speaking at public events with internal and external stakeholders. • Builds and manages business relationships with agency procurement staff, central procurement sourcing analysts and key vendors to facilitate effective contract management and sourcing outcomes. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university AND 1-2 years of professional procurement/contract management/sourcing experience in the private or public sector. OR • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university AND 2-4 years of professional procurement/contract management/sourcing experience in the private or public sector, 1 year of which in a supervisor capacity. OR  • 6-8 years of professional procurement/sourcing experience in the private or public sector, 2-4 years of which were in a supervisor capacity. PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES • Experience within a public or private procurement or contract management program. • Proven experience to influence, collaborate and motivate teams and individuals through organization change and new demands. • Excellent organization, problem solving and negotiation skills. • Excellent self-management and analytical skills. • Exceptional presentation, verbal and written communication skills. • Demonstrated skills using Oracle, Peoplesoft, or other enterprise procurement systems. CORE COMPETENCIES Decision Quality Dealing with Ambiguity Innovation Management Priority Setting Delegation Drive for Results Motivating Others Building Effective Teams Personal Learning Interpersonal Savvy EEOC Statement: Pursuant to the State of Tennessee’s Workplace Discrimination and Harassment policy, the State is firmly committed to the principle of fair and equal employment opportunities for its citizens and strives to protect the rights and opportunities of all people to seek, obtain, and hold employment without being subjected to illegal discrimination and harassment in the workplace. It is the State’s policy to provide an environment free of discrimination and harassment of an individual because of that person’s race, color, national origin, age (40 and over), sex, pregnancy, religion, creed, disability, veteran’s status or any other category protected by state and/or federal civil rights laws.

Sourcing Account Management Team Lead at Tennessee State Government

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 14:44
Employer: Tennessee State Government Expires: 12/16/2017 The Sourcing Account Management Team Lead supervises and directs a team of Sourcing Account Management Specialists to procure and manage contracts within the team’s assigned portfolio of departments and agencies. The Sourcing Account Management Team Lead provides input and recommendations to the Director in the development and implementation of contract management strategies and initiatives. In addition, the Sourcing Account Management Team Lead administers a limited number of procurement activities, using all available methods to include Request for Proposal, Invitation to Bid, Competitive Negotiation and Informal Bid, from development and implementation of the sourcing strategy to execution of the contract, which includes identifying agency needs, drafting solicitations, executing procurements, managing and leading the state evaluation process and conducting negotiations. In these limited number of contracts, the Sourcing Account Management Team Lead will serve as the point person for ongoing contract management activities, and will utilize problem solving skills to ensure the contract satisfies the needs of internal and external stakeholders. The Sourcing Account Management Team Lead will represent the state procurement office and speak in public settings to various groups which include, but are not limited to, relevant industry trade groups, the state fiscal review committee, the state procurement commission, the state protest committee and the advisory council on state procurement. The Sourcing Account Management Team Lead will serve as the primary liaison to assigned departments and agencies for all issues related to the procurement cycle and on-going contract management. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Supervises and directs a team of Sourcing Account Management Specialists to perform procurement and contract management functions for a specialized portfolio of state departments and agencies. • Supports and provides guidance to the team in the development, communication, and implementation of procurement and contract management strategies for assigned departments and agencies based on overall procurement objectives, customer needs, supply market dynamics, technological changes in the market place, and other relevant factors. • Gathers and analyzes contract expenditure data. • Develops contract specific performance metrics. • Gathers and analyzes benchmarks for pricing and contract terms. • Develops tools to calculate, forecast, and report savings. • Develops solicitation specifications based on internal and external sources of information. • Estimates, validates and reports on annual savings associated with contracts. • Supervises and executes a limited number of procurement activities, including the development of solicitation documents, execution of procurement process, identification of bid evaluation criteria, and development of negotiation strategies. • At times, manages and leads the evaluation team and process to award recommendation. • Provides protest support in research and development of recommendation for resolution, as needed by the Legal department. • Possesses and demonstrates expert knowledge of policies, procedures and execution strategy for multiple solicitation methods including Request for Proposal, Invitation to Bid, Competitive Negotiation and Informal Bid. • Solves complex problems associated with procurement and contract management activities, as they are elevated by the subordinate Category Specialists. • Promotes and contributes to ongoing cost reduction opportunities and target savings for assigned department and agency contracts by benchmarking spend against market and industry standards. • Supervises [and leads the development and execution of a limited number formal supplier negotiations and the ongoing maintenance of contracts or agreements that result from negotiations, and supports other procurement staff with similar activities. • Monitors vendor market and industry developments to identify appropriate opportunities to maximize cost savings and quality of procured goods or services. • Supervises and conducts a limited number of regular business reviews with vendor executives to review and discuss vendor performance, contract activities and negotiate contract enhancements and price decreases. • Develops and maintains effective channels of communication for department and agency customers and suppliers to ensure compliance with rules, regulations, procurement and contracting timeframes, and maintain a high level of customer satisfaction. • Ensures Sourcing Account Management team compliance to procurement laws, policies, procedures, rules, and regulations in all procurement related activities. • Regularly represents the central procurement office while speaking at public events with internal and external stakeholders. • Builds and manages business relationships with agency procurement staff, central procurement staff and key vendors to facilitate effective contract management and sourcing outcomes. The Sourcing Account Management Team Lead will serve as a liaison to assigned departments and agencies for purposes of identifying agency procurement needs, coordinating department and agency delegated procurement activity, resolving conflicts and issues and communicating to affected department and agency leadership and program staff. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Completion of a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university AND 1-2 years of professional procurement/contract management/sourcing experience in the private or public sector. OR Completion of a four-year Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university AND 2-4 years of professional procurement/contract management/sourcing experience in the private or public sector, 1 year of which in a supervisor capacity. OR 6-8 years of professional procurement/sourcing experience in the private or public sector, 2-4 years of which were in a supervisor capacity. PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES • Experience within a public or private procurement or contract management program. • Experience working with an enterprise procurement system (e.g. PeopleSoft). • Proven experience to influence, collaborate and motivate teams and individuals through organization change and new demands. • Excellent organization, problem solving and negotiation skills. • Excellent self-management and analytical skills. • Exceptional presentation, verbal and written communication skills. CORE COMPETENCIES Negotiating Drive for Results Managerial Courage Customer Focus Integrity and Trust Delegation Motivating Others Command Skills Problem Solving Time Management Informing Interpersonal Savvy EEOC Statement: Pursuant to the State of Tennessee’s Workplace Discrimination and Harassment policy, the State is firmly committed to the principle of fair and equal employment opportunities for its citizens and strives to protect the rights and opportunities of all people to seek, obtain, and hold employment without being subjected to illegal discrimination and harassment in the workplace. It is the State’s policy to provide an environment free of discrimination and harassment of an individual because of that person’s race, color, national origin, age (40 and over), sex, pregnancy, religion, creed, disability, veteran’s status or any other category protected by state and/or federal civil rights laws.

Clinical Research Associate II at Myriad Genetics

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 14:40
Employer: Myriad Genetics Expires: 12/17/2017 Under the direction of the Program Manager and Clinical Research Manager, the Clinical Research Associate II contributes to the tactical implementation and conduct of clinical research studies. The CRA ensures the quality of each research study through on-site and centralized monitoring of protocol and regulatory compliance. The CRA represents Myriad at the research site level and maintains collaborative relationships with investigator sites and the internal clinical development team. Serves as liaison between Myriad clinical development team and research site staff with respect to tactical elements of study completion Completes study start-up activities: Assists with creation of study tools and training materials Directs site staff through start-up activities in collaboration with regulatory specialist Conducts on-site initiation, interim monitoring and close-out visits per Myriad SOP to ensure data integrity and good clinical practice; writes visit reports Conducts centralized monitoring tasks (remote data review for identification of queries, data trends, deviations, issue escalation, etc.) Verifies and fulfills site supply requests for product/study materials Tracks and escalates any safety events Drafts CAPA/intervention plans Communicates site enrollment and study metrics through maintenance of tracking tools Maintains trial master files for assigned clinical research projects Maintains professional expertise through familiarity with up-to-date medical and clinical operations knowledge and familiarity with Myriad's product pipeline. Works independently with minimal instruction and routine supervision by senior level CRA or functional manager Field site travel up to 30% Bachelor Degree: RN/BS/BA; scientific discipline preferred Minimum of 2 years of Clinical Research Associate experience in diagnostics, pharmaceutical, medical device, or CRO setting Knowledge of medical terminology, clinical monitoring procedures (SOPs), and ICH/GCP guidelines Ability for attention to detail and accuracy in work Excellent written and oral communication skills Excellent organizational and time management skills Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk; or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and stoop; kneel; or crouch The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and depth perception. Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/qc799sbmty4qb9p7 PI100211947

Graduate Recruiter - Sales Trainee at GQR Global Markets

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 13:54
Employer: GQR Global Markets Expires: 12/16/2017 OVERVIEW Managing a two-fold sales cycle on a 360-recruitment desk as a market specialist in: Banking and Finance, Energy and Engineering, Life Sciences, or Technology.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ·       Market mapping and pipeline generation – Research your market to understand and map potential clients/candidates of interest. ·       Identifying leads and business development – Contact leads to understand their organizational talent needs. Demonstrate value of being a specialist recruiter and obtain job vacancies to manage. ·       Relationship building – Build rapport with clients and candidates to be go-to point of contact. Ability to information gather to identify best potential fit for candidates. ·       Timeline management – Understand the deadlines for your clients to select and place candidates into their organization and manage processes in accordance to these needs. Influence candidates’ timelines in terms of availability to start in a new position. ·       Negotiation and Sales – Sell GQR premium search advisory services to clients. Influence candidates’ willingness to explore opportunities outside of their current positions. Negotiate: fees established with clients, benefits and compensation for candidates.   QUALIFICATIONS ·       Bachelor’s Degree ·       High-level Communication – Ability to effectively convey ideas in-person and on virtual platforms ·       Entrepreneurial - Self-starter with the ability to thrive in a fast-pace, meritocratic environment ·       Achievement/Effort – Ability to hit and surpass KPI’s and set challenging goals to master tasks ·       Persistence – Ability to persevere through obstacles and challenges ·       Stress Tolerance – Ability to calmly and effectively handle high-stress situations   COMPANY OFFERINGS ·       Comprehensive Training – Structured 24-week training program for all entry-level associates ·       Career Progression – Merit-based career progression and leadership opportunity ·       Relocations – Opportunities to relocate across our global offices in: Los Angeles, New York, Austin, Sydney, and London ·       Lucrative Compensation – Competitive base salaries with uncapped commission potential ·       Exposure – Conducting business with market-leading clients worldwide Networking – Hosting and attending events to connect with potential clients in your market

Instructional Technician - Farm (Animal Science) at State Center Community College District

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 13:07
Employer: State Center Community College District Expires: 12/05/2017 Definition:Under direction assists in the operation and maintenance of the agriculture and natural resources program and equipment including preparing demonstrations for the class. Minimum Qualifications:Education & ExperienceAny combination equivalent to: Associates degree in agriculture, natural resources, or a related area and one (1) year of responsible experience in animal husbandry related to beef, sheep, swine or equine production.Example of Duties:Performs a variety of duties related to the Agriculture and Natural Resources program including but not limited to:Demonstrates proper techniques and use of tools and equipment for students during laboratory classes.Prepares instruments, equipment, tools and facilities for laboratory classes in a variety of environments.Maintains livestock facilities and the care of livestock to include feeding, watering, observing for illness and unusual behavior.Collects debris, refuse and animal waste from farm and remove using brooms, shovels, rakes or other tools in order to clear site using proper safety techniques.Prepares soil for planting, dicing, plowing, fertilizing, cultivating and irrigating in order to adjust to seasonal changes in accordance with planned use.Contracts farm labor services and monitors the work of laborers.Identifies and conducts treatment for diseases in planted areas in order to prevent contamination.Uses proper tools to install, repair, and maintain irrigation systems to ensure efficient operation.Exam Process:The examination process will include screening to ensure applications are complete and meet all minimum qualifications. The application requires the completion of Supplemental Questions to evaluate your education, training and experience relative to the required knowledge, skills and abilities for the position. Answers should be as complete as possible, as no additional information will be accepted from applicants once the application has been submitted. Only the most qualified applicants, who pass the minimum qualifications review, will be invited to the examination process. The examination process will include a competency exam (40% weight) and a performance examination (60% weight). Of those achieving a passing score on the competency exam, only the 10 highest scoring candidates, plus ties, will be invited to the performance examination. Passing score is 75% out of 100% on each testing section.INITIAL TESTING TENTATIVELY SCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2017For the complete job announcement and application, please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/scccd

Frontier Group Policy Associate at Work for Progress

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 12:49
Employer: Work for Progress Expires: 12/16/2017 Our mission: Frontier Group uses the power of ideas and information to achieve a cleaner environment and a fairer and more democratic society. We are issue experts, writers and analysts who recognize that having the facts on your side is important but isn’t enough to change the world – it also takes effective communication, organizing and advocacy to get real results. We produce timely, high-quality research reports on the nation’s pressing challenges: environmental protection, sustainable energy, good government and more. We help shape effective public policy strategies that address those problems. And we work to make sure the public and decision-makers hear our message through the media. To maximize our impact, we partner with groups in The Public Interest Network – the nation’s premier network of public interest organizations – and other organizations to insert our research and ideas into public policy debates at the local, state and federal levels. We're hiring Policy Associates to do policy research and analysis, plus get hands-on experience in public interest advocacy and organizing. As a policy associate, you will: •                   Write compelling reports on social problems and solutions, using a variety of methodologies including literature reviews and data analysis. •                   Help advocates in the field craft a message that will change minds, spur action and generate media attention. •                   Write op-eds, blog entries and journal articles that insert our findings into the public debate. •                   Participate in trainings, presentations and panels. •                   Learn the skills of canvassing and managing a fundraising operation, and run a canvass office for a partner organization during the summer months. •                   Learn recruiting skills and participate in recruiting new Frontier Group staff   Candidates should have: •                   Excellent writing skills •                   An orientation to problem-solving •                   The ability to thrive under deadlines •                   The ability to think critically and present persuasive arguments. •                   A track record of academic success and proven leadership ability. •                   Familiarity with quantitative analysis is a plus; as is experience in debate, public speaking, journalism, political campaigning, fundraising, and/or grassroots political organizing. Compensation and Benefits Compensation will total approximately $26,000. Frontier Group offers a competitive benefits package. Location Denver, CO, Boston, MA, New York, NY and Santa Barbara, CA Frontier Group is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, handicap, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status.

Reproductive Health Systems & Operations Coordinator at Oregon Health Authority Human Resources

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 12:21
Employer: Oregon Health Authority Human Resources Expires: 11/27/2017 JOB CODE:OHA17-0562CLOSING DATE/TIME: 11/26/17 11:59 PMSALARY: $4,144.00 - $6,050.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, OregonTo be considered for this position you must complete the online application at the following link:  This position is bi-lingual English/Spanish and/or bi-cultural preferred. The Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, Adolescent, Genetic and Reproductive Health Section in Portland, OR is looking for a cultural competent individual who has experience developing relationships with diverse, under served communities and target populations. The Reproductive Health Systems & Operations Coordinator identifies culturally appropriate service providers able to meet the reproductive health needs of these populations to increase access to care and ensures service provider compliance based on program requirements. What will you do? You will develop relationships within the community to identify and on board culturally appropriate providers that are willing and able to provide services for the Reproductive Health Program, and to ensure that community voice is incorporated into program development. You will also work to ensure access to equitable, high-quality reproductive health services across the state of Oregon. The expansion of the provider network is due to recent legislation focused on increasing access to immigrants, refugees, people who are undocumented and non-citizens living in Oregon. Additionally, you will provide technical assistance, training and consultation on program administration, ensuring agencies follow policies and protocols that are in compliance with program requirements. What's in it for you? Do you possess a high level of cultural competency and understanding of diversity? Do you have experience working with under served populations to connect them with available services? Do you enjoy providing education or training? Be a part of a team whose primary goal is to promote the health, well-being and quality of life for all Oregonians through the development and use of evidence-based policies, tools, educational resources, programs and clinical preventive services. We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, personal Leave and 10 paid holidays per year. If you are experienced in outreach and compliance and have a passion for the health of our citizens, don't delay, apply today!   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A bachelor's degree in public health, business or public administration, behavioral or social sciences, or a degree related to public health and two years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work related to public health; OR Any combination of experience and education equivalent to five years of professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work related to public health; REQUESTED SKILLS Knowledge of and experience working with immigrant, refugee, undocumented, and non-citizen communities within Oregon, and knowledge of the traditions, values, and customs of the communities being served. Experience working directly with individuals and families who identify as immigrant, refugee, non-citizen or undocumented. (This experience can be gained through lived experience or prior experience with the identified communities.) Knowledge of reproductive justice and how it intersects with reproductive health. Understanding of the impact of systemic oppression and trauma, and the potential impact on undocumented, non-citizen, immigrant and refugee Oregonians seeking reproductive health services. Experience working within a publicly funded reproductive health program or setting. Experience providing program review to determine compliance with program requirements. Expertise in public speaking, teaching or conducting trainings. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Extensive experience establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with community partners. Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment Bilingual in Spanish and/or bi-cultural preferred

Summer Intern - Undergraduate: Office of System Safety at MTA Metro-North Railroad

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 12:14
Employer: MTA Metro-North Railroad Expires: 12/01/2017 To support all efforts within the Office of System Safety, specifically the minimization and reduction of potential customer and employee injuries. Responsibilities: Assist the OSS by shadowing Field Safety Managers (FSM’s) with the performance of daily safety observations, weekly facility, Right of Way (ROW), and station inspections. Assist with the development of safety related initiatives, reports and documents, maintain office filing systems, collate information from various sources, and support the maintenance of tracking databases.  Producing safety materials directed toward various safety programs. Travel to all six (6) districts with a Field Safety Manager.Required Qualifications: Must be driven, self-starter, with a desire to learn and practice confidentiality and discretion.Must possess or near completion of the following courses: ICS 100, 200, 700.Familiar with Microsoft Office Suite, interest in Field Safety applications and/or comparable PC applications.Required Education/Experience: Matriculated undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Environmental Health & Safety, Emergency Management and/or related field. Other Information Interns must be available to work 35 hours a week from May 30, 2018 to August 10, 2018. Interns are only authorized to work during regular business hours (no off hours, weekends, etc.). Applicants must be 18 years or older and must have valid authorization to work in the United States. Transcripts: A current copy of transcript will be required; full time status for undergraduate and part or full time for graduate interns. A medical exam will be required for all safety sensitive positions. A background check is required Periodic feedback/surveys and final project assignments will be required as part of the internship program. Students will be required to attend New Hire Orientation and Speaker Series meetings in our NYC facility. All interns are required to complete a Final Group Project and presentation. Interns may be required to travel to different locations in NY and CT.

Summer Intern - Undergraduate: Policies, Procedures, & Quality - Supplier Diversity #91450 at MTA Metro-North Railroad

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 12:09
Employer: MTA Metro-North Railroad Expires: 12/01/2017 All interested applicants must apply online via website mta.info/employment Summer Intern - Undergraduate: Policies, Procedures, & Quality - Supplier Diversity - Job ID#  91450 The Procurement & Material Management Department is responsible for the acquisition of all products and services that are necessary to support the day-to-day railroad operations that serve our customers, Metro-North's corporate business requirements, and the MTA's Capital Program.P&MM also provides material support services for the Operating Division in the form of storage, issues, transfers, and distribution, and manages the sale and disposition of surplus, excess/obsolete and scrap materials and equipment that Metro-North no longer utilizes.P&MM is committed to conducting the procurement process in a manner that provides quality products and services to our internal customers in a timely fashion, while ensuring fairness and impartiality to the vendor community and adhering to the specific regulatory requirements of Metro-North's various funding organizations.The Department consists of five subgroups: Capital Procurement, Operating Procurement, Material Management, Policy, Procedures & QualityThis Intern position in P&MMs PPQ group will support NYS and the Federal Government's mandate to award contracts in a manor where M/W/DBEs and SDVOBs participation is maximized.Responsibilities: Assist with M/W/DBE & SDVOB vendor outreach, sourcing and development.Assist with reporting on MNR M/W/DBE & SDVOB activity.Assist with development of metric to track areas of success and areas for development.Assist with development of staff training and/or guidance material.Required Qualifications: Professional business writing and/or reporting skills.Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and/or comparable PC applications.Ability to link, sort and graph data.Strong oral and communication skills, attention to detail, strong organizational and time management skills.Ability to work with all levels of management.Required Education/Experience: Matriculated college student pursuing a degree in Business, Finance, Business Management and/or related field. Other Information Interns must be available to work 35 hours a week from May 30, 2018 to August 10, 2018. Interns are only authorized to work during regular business hours (no off hours, weekends, etc.). Applicants must be 18 years or older and must have valid authorization to work in the United States. Transcripts: A current copy of transcript will be required; full time status for undergraduate and part or full time for graduate interns. A medical exam will be required for all safety sensitive positions. A background check is required Periodic feedback/surveys and final project assignments will be required as part of the internship program. Students will be required to attend New Hire Orientation and Speaker Series meetings in our NYC facility. All interns are required to complete a Final Group Project and presentation. Interns may be required to travel to different locations in NY and CT.

Summer Intern - Undergraduate: Capital Programming and Planning - Engineering #91477 at MTA Metro-North Railroad

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 12:02
Employer: MTA Metro-North Railroad Expires: 12/01/2017 All interested applicants must apply online via mta.info/employment Summer Intern - Undergraduate: Capital Programming and Planning - Engineering - Job ID#91477Position Objective: Assist in various Capital Planning & Programming efforts related to Metro-North’s Five-Year Capital Program.Responsibilities: Projects include, but are not limited to the following: Gates Process – Capital Program project justifications, including organization of electronic files/information. NEC - Work related to the submission of deliverables for the NEC, such as the one year implementation plan, quarterly reports and 5 year capital plan. Transit Oriented Development - Support any efforts for station area planning. Database management - structuring a data base of asset information to support investment decisions. Field Visits are occasionally required. Other duties may be assigned based on need. Required Education/Experience: Preference will be given to students with career interests in the Planning/Engineering/Transportation fields. Other Information Interns must be available to work 35 hours a week from May 30, 2018 to August 10, 2018. Interns are only authorized to work during regular business hours (no off hours, weekends, etc.). Applicants must be 18 years or older and must have valid authorization to work in the United States. Transcripts: A current copy of transcript will be required; full time status for undergraduate and part or full time for graduate interns. A medical exam will be required for all safety sensitive positions. A background check is required Periodic feedback/surveys and final project assignments will be required as part of the internship program. Students will be required to attend New Hire Orientation and Speaker Series meetings in our NYC facility. All interns are required to complete a Final Group Project and presentation. Interns may be required to travel to different locations in NY and CT.

Summer Intern - Graduate: Long Range Planning at MTA Metro-North Railroad

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 11:40
Employer: MTA Metro-North Railroad Expires: 12/01/2017 All interested applicants must be submitted on MTA.info/employment.   Summer Intern - Graduate: Long Range Planning - Job ID#  91327 Assist with various projects, such as: West of Hudson Regional Transit Access Study, Port Jervis Line Capacity Improvements Study, Penn Station Access and East Side Access, and others as assigned.Occasional local travel may be required.Assist with other projects as needed. The Long Range Planning (LRP) Department is responsible for large scale projects that are important for Metro-North’s continued growth.This internship position will support LRP with various initiatives, including: West of Hudson Regional Transit Study, Port Jervis Line Capacity Study, Penn Station Access, and East Side Access.This position will provide an opportunity to obtain practical experience in the field of transportation planning, and to interact with staff from a wide variety of departments across the railroad involved in the management of Metro-North's Long Range Planning initiatives.Required Education/Experience: Must be a matriculated graduated college student in overall good standing. Interest in the Planning and Transportation field. Other Information Interns must be available to work 35 hours a week from May 30, 2018 to August 10, 2018. Interns are only authorized to work during regular business hours (no off hours, weekends, etc.). Applicants must be 18 years or older and must have valid authorization to work in the United States. Transcripts: A current copy of transcript will be required; full time status for undergraduate and part or full time for graduate interns.   Periodic feedback/surveys and final project assignments will be required as part of the internship program. Interns may be required to travel to different locations in NY and CT.   Students will be required to attend New Hire Orientation and Speaker Series meetings in our NYC facility. All interns are required to complete a Final Group Project and presentation.

Mortgage Loan Originator - Bilingual/Spanish speaking required at ORNL Federal Credit Union

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 11:23
Employer: ORNL Federal Credit Union Expires: 11/27/2017 The Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) will assist Members and potential Members in structuring a mortgage loan that helps the Member reach their financial goals and realize a healthy relationship with their money. The MLO will strive to provide professional service, clear and consistent communication, and ensure a high quality mortgage experience for the Branch Network as their primary referral source. The MLO will also assist members who call in through Remote Services and/or apply online. This position will cover our Madisonville Branch and our Loudon Branch and will support other Branches as needed when Members request a bilingual MLO.  Essential Functions and Responsibilities: Educates, interviews and consults with Members by taking applications and structuring mortgage loans to meet their needs. Provides an educated and consultative financial overview for members based on their overall financial goals.Serves as the primary origination resource for leads coming into the credit union via the methods listed above.Obtains and verifies loan documentation to ensure quality and compliance with internal and external guidelines and regulations. Maintains knowledge of applicable local, state and Federal rules and regulations.Tracks the mortgage application through proactive pipeline management to ensure timelines are met and all interested parties are kept informed. Maintains consistent contact with members and potential members, and any third parties related to the transaction throughout the application and loan process, while maintaining member privacy at all times.Identifies cross sell opportunities and cross sells other credit union products and services, or refers to the appropriate line of business.Performs other job-related duties as assigned. If licensed, earns education hours necessary to obtain and/or maintain licensing.Required Experience: 3-5 years of residential mortgage lending experience required. Bilingual/Spanish speaking is required.  Education: Associates degree in business, finance or accounting or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required.

Maternal & Child Health Home Visiting Fiscal Analyst at Oregon Health Authority Human Resources

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 11:22
Employer: Oregon Health Authority Human Resources Expires: 12/07/2017 JOB CODE: OHA17-0563 CLOSING DATE/TIME: 11/26/17 11:59 PM SALARY: $4,144.00 - $6,050.00 Monthly JOB TYPE: Permanent LOCATION: Portland, OregonIn order to be considered for this position you must complete the online application at the following link otherwise you will not be considered: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1898688/maternal-child-health-home-visiting-fiscal-analyst-fiscal-analyst-2   The Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, Center for Prevention and Health Promotion/Maternal and Child Health Section is seeking a fiscal analyst who has experience in budgetary processes and extensive knowledge of Excel, Lotus, WordPerfect and Word software programs. The Maternal & Child Health Home Visiting Fiscal Analyst develops, manages, administers and analyzes program budgets, grants and contracts. This position is responsible for budget and fiscal oversight for the Maternal and Child Health section of the Public Health Division in Portland, OR. What will you do? You will develop, manage, and analyze program budgets. You manage multiple grants and contracts, coordinate the awarding and monitoring of grants and contracts, and coordinate the local public health granting process to 36 counties ensuring the timely receipt of funds. You will plan and develop grants and contracts, administer grants and contracts, and prepare grant applications. You will provide budget and fiscal oversight. In addition, you will provide technical assistance and consultation to statewide county health departments, program staff, grantees and contractors, and partners regarding fiscal, grant, contract, and budget issues. You will assist the section manager with fiscal operations and budget issues.     Additionally, you will interpret governing rules and policies so that contract practices meet legal requirements and program objectives.  Your ability to make strategic decisions and identify problem areas is critical to the program's success. What's in it for you? Do you have extensive experience in grant and contract administration? Have you overseen large budgets and monitored fiscal activities? Are you technically savvy and numbers driven? Then we want to connect with you! We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, and personal leave, and ten paid holidays per year. Apply today!   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Five years of progressively responsible experience that included the preparation, analysis, and administration of a budget or fiscal system; OR Five years of professional-level experience in accounting, fiscal auditing, management or program analysis. Experience must have included modeling, forecasting and analyzing fiscal information. REQUESTED SKILLS Experience prioritizing, organizing, and completing multiple tasks within established time frames. Experience participating in hiring, training, and planning work for clerical support staff. Experience with budget development and oversight. Experience contract/grant development and administration. Experience with solicitation procedures. Experience with the fiscal and administrative aspects of managing grants received from funding agencies. Experience interpreting federal and state policies. Excellent communication skills with demonstrated experience explaining complicated language in simple terms. Experience gathering data, compiling statistical data and preparing reports. Technical writing skills required for contract and solicitation document development. Extensive knowledge of PC software such as Excel, Lotus, WordPerfect, and Word is required. TO APPLY Please visit the following link to complete the online application: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1898688/maternal-child-health-home-visiting-fiscal-analyst-fiscal-analyst-2   CONTACT INFORMATION Cyndi Phipps-Roman 503-945-6377

Summer Intern - Undergraduate: Material Management - Expediting at MTA Metro-North Railroad

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 10:40
Employer: MTA Metro-North Railroad Expires: 12/01/2017 The Procurement & Material Management Department is responsible for the acquisition of all products and services that are necessary to support the day-to-day railroad operations that serve our customers, Metro-North's corporate business requirements, and the MTA's Capital Program.P&MM also provides material support services for the Operating Division in the form of storage, issues, transfers, and distribution, and manages the sale and disposition of surplus, excess/obsolete and scrap materials and equipment that Metro-North no longer utilizes.P&MM is committed to conducting the procurement process in a manner that provides quality products and services to our internal customers in a timely fashion, while ensuring fairness and impartiality to the vendor community and adhering to the specific regulatory requirements of Metro-North's various funding organizations.The Department consists of five subgroups: Capital Procurement, Operating Procurement, Material Management, Policy, Procedures & Quality.The Material Management sub-group of Procurement & Material Management is responsible for the planning, receipt, storage and distribution of standard stock material to support Metro-North Railroad operations. This position will assist in the expediting activities in support of vendor performance initiatives to ensure material availability for our end user production schedules.Responsibilities:Perform data validation for system entry.Perform PeopleSoft updating in the area of repairable stock cataloging.Perform data entry in PeopleSoft / PIES on material planning requests.Assist in a section TEAM effort of the identification of process efficiencies.Creation of queries and reporting of data in Microsoft Access from various internal sources for departmental use.

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