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Processing Assistant III at NC Department of Commerce Human Resource Office of Diversity and Inclusion

Wed, 01/03/2018 - 09:37
Employer: NC Department of Commerce Human Resource Office of Diversity and Inclusion Expires: 01/05/2018 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINAinvites applications for the position of: Processing Assistant IIIJOB CLASS TITLE: Processing Assistant III  POSITION NUMBER: 60080911  DEPARTMENT: Dept of Commerce  DIVISION/SECTION: Office of the Secretary  SALARY RANGE: $19,036.00 - $29,230.00 Annually RECRUITMENT RANGE: $19,036.00 - $29,230.00  SALARY GRADE / SALARY GRADE EQUIVALENT: 57  COMPETENCY LEVEL: Not Applicable  APPOINTMENT TYPE: Permanent Part-Time  WORK LOCATION: Wake County  OPENING DATE: 12/29/17  CLOSING DATE: 01/05/18 5:00 PM Eastern Time   DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Salary Grade: 57Recruitment Range: $19,036.00 - $29,230.00This is a permanent, part-time position for 30 hours per week, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am-3:30 pm.  The North Carolina Department of Commerce is the state's lead agency for economic, community and workforce development. The Department works with local, regional, national and international organizations to fulfill its mission to improve the economic well-being and quality of life for all North Carolinians.This position is located in the Department of Commerce Office of the Secretary in the Education Building located at 301 N. Wilmington St, Raleigh, NC and reports directly to the Executive Assistant of the Secretary. This position serves as the first point of contact for individuals calling and visiting the Department of Commerce and is responsible for performing receptionist and clerical functions. These responsibilities include receptionist duties for a multi-line phone system, including answering and routing calls, taking and forwarding messages to appropriate staff, handling public information requests for general information, sorting and preparing mail and packages for internal agency delivery, and providing clerical support to the International Recruitment Team.  KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES / COMPETENCIES:Experience performing general office tasks to include receptionist duties; greeting clients and visitors, answer multi-line phones, handling in person inquiries, relaying messages to the appropriate staff members, processing mail Experience providing general clerical support to office personnel such as reviewing expense reports and ensuring appropriate supporting documentation is submitted within established time frames Proven ability to communicate effectively in verbal and written form with the general public, consumers and professionals (internal and external), using courtesy and tact in performing public contact and communication duties that may be sensitive and confidential in nature Ability to be flexible, detailed-oriented and organized with multiple priority assignments MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from high school and demonstrated possession of knowledge, skills, and abilities gained through at least one year of office assistant/secretarial experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.  SUPPLEMENTAL AND CONTACT INFORMATION: For consideration for this vacancy, all applicants must complete an on-line application using this link, https://www.governmentjobs.com/Applications/Index/northcarolina. If multiple applications are submitted to an individual posting, only the most recent application received prior to the posting close date will be evaluated for the consideration. Applications for positions requiring specific coursework must be accompanied by a copy of the applicant's transcript. ***INCLUDE ALL RELEVANT EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE IN THE DESIGNATED EDUCATION AND WORK HISTORY SECTION ON THE FORMAL APPLICATION*** ***Applications with "see attached" or resumes in lieu of completed education and work experience on the formal application will be deemed incomplete and will not be eligible for consideration for the vacancy***  Applicants requesting and receiving an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are eligible to submit paper applications via mail or by fax. Applicants seeking Veteran's Preference must submit a DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty. This information may be attached to the on-line application or may be faxed.Applicants may check the status of their application for a vacancy at any time by logging into the government jobs system using the link above. Once the applicant has logged in, the status of each submitted application is documented next to each vacancy for which he/she has applied.All applicants recommended for hire will be subject to a criminal background check.Kimberly R. SpragueSalary & Recruitment AdministratorNC Dept. of CommerceHuman Resources Office919-814-4623

Fraud Investigator at NC Department of Commerce Human Resource Office of Diversity and Inclusion

Wed, 01/03/2018 - 09:31
Employer: NC Department of Commerce Human Resource Office of Diversity and Inclusion Expires: 01/10/2018 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINAinvites applications for the position of: Fraud InvestigatorJOB CLASS TITLE: Claims Investigator (ESC)  POSITION NUMBER: 60078229  DEPARTMENT: Dept of Commerce  DIVISION/SECTION: DES/UI Benefit Integrity  SALARY RANGE: $39,632.00 - $65,323.00 Annually RECRUITMENT RANGE: $39,632 - $58,900  SALARY GRADE / SALARY GRADE EQUIVALENT: 70  COMPETENCY LEVEL: Not Applicable  APPOINTMENT TYPE: Permanent Full-Time  WORK LOCATION: Edgecombe County  OPENING DATE: 12/18/17  CLOSING DATE: 01/10/18 5:00 PM Eastern Time   DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Salary Grade: 70Recruitment Range:  $39,632 - $58,900 Department Mission:To improve the economic well-being and quality of life for all North Carolinians.Description of Work:This position requires a thorough knowledge of Employment Security Law and unemployment insurance eligibility. Detect and investigate violations of Employment Security Law. Investigate cases assigned by territory when there is a discrepancy in weekly certification and unreported issues that could affect the amount of money due the claimant. Collect and analyze payroll data and other payments defined as earnings that can affect eligibility for unemployment insurance benefits. Analyze each weekly certification for correct earnings, availability and work search requirements as required by Employment Security Law to determine probable fraud and overpayments. Initiate contact with claimants to obtain a written response to any detected discrepancies. Composes documents in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. Gather all evidence and documents to cause a fraud or non-fraud determination to be issued. Complainant on behalf of the Division of Employment Security in criminal cases. Deliver felony warrants to the magistrate of the county in which the offense occurred and will be the witness for the Division. This position is the Division's witness in cases of an appeal to a fraud determination. Work will also involve collection on overpaid unemployment benefits. Requires travel and occasional overnight stays. This position is located in the Division of Workforce Solution's office in Battleboro, North Carolina in Edgecombe County. This position will be responsible for Nash, Edgecombe, Warren, Vance and Granville counties. The work schedule is Monday through Friday, 40 hours per week.  KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES / COMPETENCIES:Qualified applicants must submit an application that clearly reflects work experience that demonstrates the following:1. Demonstrated work experience analyzing claims for unemployment insurance.2. Demonstrated work experience contacting claimants to obtain statements regarding       unemployment insurance claims.3. Demonstrated work experience using Microsoft Word and/or Microsoft Excel.4. Must be available to travel to include overnight travel and work non-standard hours.Applicant must meet both the Minimum Education and Experience Requirements and all posted Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies requirements to be considered Qualified for the position. MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from a four-year college or university and two years of experience in work that provides considerable understanding of Unemployment Insurance benefits programs or other programs of a similar nature, or work involving the application of advanced investigative techniques, or work in a related field; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. SUPPLEMENTAL AND CONTACT INFORMATION: For consideration for this vacancy, all applicants must complete an on-line application using this link https://www.governmentjobs.com/Applications/Index/northcarolina. If multiple applications are submitted to an individual posting only the most recent application received prior to the posting close date will be evaluated for consideration. Applications for positions requiring specific coursework must be accompanied by a copy of the applicant's transcript.** INCLUDE ALL RELEVANT EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE IN THE DESIGNATED EDUCATION AND WORK HISTORY SECTION ON THE FORMAL APPLICATION.** Applications with "see attached" or resumes in lieu of completed education and work experience on the formal application will be deemed incomplete and will not be eligible for consideration for the vacancy. All attachments, unless specifically requested in the vacancy announcement (i.e. transcripts, proof of licensure or certification, etc.), are considered optional and will not be reviewed during initial screening to determine applicant eligibility for the vacancy. Applicants requesting and receiving an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are eligible to submit paper applications via mail or by fax.Applicants seeking Veteran's Preference must submit a DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty. This information may be attached to the on-line application or may be faxed. Applicants may check the status of their application for a vacancy at any time by logging in to the government jobs system using the above link. Once the applicant has logged in, the status of each submitted application is documented next to each vacancy for which he/she has applied.This position is subject to a National and International Background Investigation and/or Fingerprinting as required by applicable law.For technical issues with your application, please call the NeoGov Help Line at 1-855-524-5627. Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information regarding the status of your application over the phone. To check the status of your application, please log in to your account. Processing applications will take an average of 6 – 8 weeks due to the high volume of applications received. It is not necessary to contact the Human Resources Office to check the status of an application.Sheila GreenRecruitment & Salary Administration TechnicianNorth Carolina Department of CommerceDivision of Employment of SecurityPhone: (919) 707-1673Fax: (919) 733-0774

Event Marketing Specialist at Techtronic Industries, NA (TTi)

Wed, 01/03/2018 - 09:13
Employer: Techtronic Industries, NA (TTi) Expires: 01/17/2018 We are currently seeking highly driven sales and marketing professionals for our Event Marketing Team within our Leadership Development Program. A successful candidate in the position will be responsible for driving sales in one of our premier product lines within the world’s largest home improvement retailer. TTI’s culture of innovation and commitment to employee development drives our record growth and profitability. Our extensive training program cultivates leaders and provides them with accelerated career opportunities. The Event Marketing Specialist position enables candidates to enhance their selling, communication and event management skills, while launching their career in a fast-paced and extremely rewarding environment. The Event Marketing Specialist will be responsible for: -Promoting and selling Ryobi and Homelite outdoor products -Planning, coordinating and implementing store events to generate demand for our innovative Ryobi cordless products -Conducting current market research and communicating findings to the marketing team -Implementing company marketing strategies-Training store associates and our field sales teams via product knowledge sessions -Providing event assistance to other markets as necessary, based on the current business and market conditions Join our team as an Event Marketing Specialist and fast-track your career within our Leadership Development Program.

Recruiting Specialist at MarketSource

Wed, 01/03/2018 - 04:55
Employer: MarketSource Expires: 01/09/2018 MarketSource Inc., an Allegis Group Company, designs and delivers innovative and proven marketing and sales-team solutions for companies of all sizes. MarketSource provides the unique skills and expertise to integrate brand-centric marketing and sales programs in the Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Information Technology and Telecom industries and relevant routes to market including Retail and B2B.Founded in 1975, MarketSource, Inc. became a subsidiary of Allegis Group, Inc. in 2004. Our Company’s culture centers on our core values: Open Communication, Relationships, Serving Others and Work Ethic.MarketSource clients rely on the innovative solutions that vertical-specific, subject matter experts consistently deliver. Our team members thrive in a welcoming atmosphere of diversity and inclusion, better than average salaries, and exemplary corporate practices.MarketSource is based in Alpharetta, GA, and employs nearly 8,000 team m embers. In 2015, the Atlanta Journal Constitution named MarketSource a “Top 20 Workplace”.MarketSource is currently seeking Recruiting Specialist to join our team.Recruiting SpecialistMarketSource is rapidly expanding and we are looking for qualified Recruiting Specialists. The Recruiting Specialist will be responsible for finding sales talent across the country. This individual will partner with hiring managers in the field to ensure that we provide high performing sales people to represent our clients. MarketSource prides itself on having the best retail sales representatives in the industry and this all starts with the Recruiting Specialist.Essential Job Functions:* Source internal and external databases to identify qualified candidates* Review resumes for appropriateness of experience and knowledge in relation to position requirements* Conduct prescreening and behavioral interviews to evaluate whether ap plicants meet position requirements* Communicate with hiring managers and field employees regularly to establish rapport, gauge morale, and source new candidate leads.* Build and maintain networks to find qualified candidates* Maintain all pertinent applicant and interview data in the Applicant Tracking System (ATS).Job Requirements:* Bachelors Degree* Ability to thrive in a high-performance team environment* A strong work ethic and a never quit attitude* Excellent organizational, prioritization and communication skills are a must* Proficient in MS Office and strong PC skillsMarketSource is an Equal Opportunity Employer; Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

Wireless Team Member at MarketSource

Wed, 01/03/2018 - 04:51
Employer: MarketSource Expires: 01/09/2018 MarketSource is currently searching for a part-time Retail Sales Representative to work at Target Mobile. This position is designed to increase sales and revenue within the wireless ecosystem: electronics, mobile phones, accessories and digital service.As a part-time sales representative you will be responsible for proactively approaching customers within Target and assisting in various wireless products and accessory sales while providing extraordinary customer service.Key Responsibilities:Sales:* Driving sales productivity and customer satisfaction within Target Mobile retail locations on various Wireless products, accessories and services to customers* Engaging in side-by-side selling with retail associates* Participating in in-store promotions, and coordinating with appropriate personnel* Participating in wireless sales events in Target locations.Training:* Maintaining sound knowledge of multiple carriers wireless products and services* Attending requested training sessions and conference calls* Reviewing new product and service offerings from TargetRelationship Development:* Establishing and managing critical relationships within Target Mobile* Developing and managing positive business relationships with retail store management and employeesWhy MarketSource:* Flexible work schedules and opportunity to obtain additional hours* Competitive pay* Continuous on-line and in-store training* Advancement opportunitiesJob Requirements:* Must be 18 years or older* Excellent communication skills* Flexibility to work weekends* Proven self-starter* Ability to pass drug screen and background checkTo learn more about our company please visit: http://marketsource.jobs/MarketSource is an Equal Opportunity Employer; Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

Geodetic Field Engineer - TE3 at Washington State Department of Transportation

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 18:07
Employer: Washington State Department of Transportation Expires: 01/17/2018 The Opportunity:  The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Headquarters' Survey and Mapping Office, located in Tumwater, WA is looking for a Geodetic Field Engineer. This office is a specialty statewide cost recovery center and is responsible for the development and maintenance of the geographic framework that provides the up to date statewide datum reference for WSDOT project delivery. They establish geodetic survey control, bathymetric, photogrammetric and Terrestrial Lidar (3DTL) as built mapping technology and structural monitoring for WSDOT project delivery. This position will serve as the Geodetic Field Engineer providing technical field expertise for geodetic, photogrammetric, bathymetric, and LiDAR specialty control, mapping, and monitoring surveys and directs the efficient function of field parties on extensive statewide survey activities. The incumbent should be proficient with computer applications and survey instruments. Statewide travel will be required with overnight stays up to 80% of the year. If you are independent, detail oriented, organized with initiative and enjoy working with new technology we'd like to talk to you. At WSDOT, we honor diversity in the workplace and support one another with respect and trust. If you would like to join our team-oriented environment and enjoy a continuously changing environment, and a great deal of career stability and growth, definitely consider a career opportunity with WSDOT. This position will perform the following work:Researching and recovering existing geodetic control, provide leadership for statewide high precision survey data collection, insure quality and completeness of data for survey tasks.Exercising specialized knowledge in procurement and operation of Global Positioning System (GPS) static, fast static, and real-time kinematic equipment (including WSRN), as well as terrestrial geodetic and mapping instrumentation such as robotic total stations for control traverses, digital bar code high precision leveling for NGS published elevation data, GPS-referenced fathometer data for bathymetry and classical topographic.Implement new technology, techniques, specifications, procedures, and internal policies by applying education and experience.Provide technical guidance for statewide managers and personnel, as well as Survey Office staff, of pertinent aspects of control networks for highway design and mapping.Trains crew members, Region staff, consultant staff, and outside entities involved with Survey office projects.Efficiently navigates with written descriptions, maps of all scales, aerial photography, and GPS-oriented scrolling digital maps.Other duties as required. An ideal candidate for this position will have:One (1) year as a Transportation Engineer 2 or equivalent.Two (2) years of geodetic survey and one year of global positioning experience.Formal knowledge of statewide survey geodetic, photogrammetric, bathymetric, classical topographic, and terrestrial LiDAR mapping activities.Ability to schedule professional engineering and surveying tasks, manage the research and recovery of existing geodetic control and collection of high precision horizontal and vertical data for new geodetic and mapping networks.Exercises specialized expert knowledge in procurement and operation of Global Positioning System (GPS) static, fast static, and real-time kinematic equipment, and the application of the Washington State Real Time Network (communication issues, etc) including terrestrial geodetic instrumentation such as robotic total stations and digital bar code high precision levels.Ability to walk up to 10 miles per day over uneven terrain and in adverse weather conditions alongside of the highway next to fast moving traffic.Working knowledge and use of Microstation and Inroads.Ability to assist in moving up to 80 lbs.Ability to travel statewide approximately 80% of the year.Ability to work independently.Ability to operate four-wheel drive vehicles.Valid driver's license.  Note: This position is covered by a union shop provision. Therefore, as a condition of employment, you are required to become a member of the PTE, Local 17, or arrange to pay that union a representational fee. The union shop requirement shall be effective on the first day of the month following the employee's initial 30 days in this classification. How to Apply: Applications for this recruitment will be accepted electronically. https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/1941299/geodetic-field-engineer-te3 Contact us: For inquiries about this position, please contact Erik Lunke at 360-705-7747 or email to lunkee@wsdot.wa.gov.  Please reference recruitment number 18DOT-HQ-01538. The Washington State Department of Transportation is an equal opportunity employer. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, and disabled and Vietnam era veterans are encouraged to apply. Persons with disabilities needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this job announcement in an alternative format may call or email the recruiter.

Invasive Plant Inventory Technicians at Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 17:07
Employer: Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition Expires: 01/22/2018 JOB OPPORTUNITY INVASIVE PLANT INVENTORY TECHNICIANS – May-July 2018 (3 months)   The Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition (ENLC) is currently hiring one (1) invasive plant technician to work in the Elko, NV District of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on a two person crew.    Located in Ely, Nevada, ENLC is a non-profit conservation organization comprised of public, private, and non-profit partners dedicated to the restoration of the Western ecosystems through collaborative teamwork.  Elko is located in the remote, northeastern corner of Nevada. The area has a unique blend of Northern Basin and Range and sage brush steppe attributes including beautiful expanses of sagebrush flats and many mountain ranges available for exploring and recreating. The rugged Ruby Mountains lie 20 miles to the southeast of Elko and offer unique hiking, backpacking, climbing, fishing and camping experiences. The city of Elko has a lively downtown area and hosts cultural events throughout the summer (including the International Basque festival, rodeos and the Ruby Mountain Relay).  INVASIVE PLANT IVENTORY TECHNICIAN DUTIES: Field crews will identify and inventory invasive and noxious weeds on public lands, focusing on fire rehab areas that burned in 2017. Inventory duties include identifying invasive plant infestations, surveying, recording and managing data.   All technicians will be responsible for driving large, 4-wheel drive pick-up trucks while towing trailers. Utilizing UTVs and/or ATV’s for inventorying large infestations is also required, as well as hiking to and around inventory sites on steep and rocky terrain. Technicians are also required to wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Technicians must be comfortable with truck camping in the backcountry for up to eight (8) days at a time and MUST be physically able to hike while wearing a backpack over rough and steep terrain.   EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Qualified applicants should have experience and/or education in invasive plant management, biological sciences, natural resources, plant identification or general plant taxonomy and the ability to follow directions and safety protocols. Applicants must be experienced with 4WD vehicles and should have a clean driving record for the past 3 years. Experience with utilizing GPS units and programs (Trimble units and ArcPad) is required.  SALARY: $14.50-$15.50/hour, depending on experience (plus $38/day per diem when camping)  SCHEDULE: Positions run from early May through July (3 months) and the work schedule will occur on an 8-days-on/6-days-off schedule (10-hour days, Thursday-Thursday). The crew will camp near the inventory sites for the eight days of work- returning to town mid-way through hitch to take care of data uploading and to replenish H2O, gear, and fuel.   Crew members are responsible for their own housing while working on this project. Applicants should email a cover letter, resume, and the contact information for at least three references to Steph Frederick- sfrederick@envlc.org .  Materials should be emailed by January 22, 2018. Please put “Elko Inventory Technician” in the email subject line.

Wildlife Biologist at Washington State Department of Transportation

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 16:52
Employer: Washington State Department of Transportation Expires: 01/10/2018 Note: This is a non-permanent position expected to last 12 months.  The Opportunity:  The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Environmental Services Office is seeking to fill the position of Wildlife Biologist in Olympia, WA. This position supports the habitat connectivity activities of the Fish and Wildlife Program. This position will perform the following work:Installs and maintains remote wildlife camera traps in the field, processes images, and creates data summaries in accordance with established procedures and protocols.Conducts GIS mapping and analysis to support habitat connectivity activities.Completes quality control on data for the wildlife vehicle collision database, evaluates existing structures using the Passage Assessment System, and assists with project work such as fish moving, or completing Programmatic Biological Assessments.Work outdoors in all weather conditions (e.g., hot, cold, rain, snow) for up to ten hours a day, on uneven rough terrain, unstable ground, in dense vegetation, along roadsides and in remote locations, and along streams and wet areas with exposure to biting insects, common plant toxins, construction equipment, noise, traffic and other hazards. An ideal candidate for this position will have:A Bachelor's Degree in wildlife biology, zoology, ecology, environmental science, or equivalent degree,A minimum of 12 months experience with wildlife camera trap installation, maintenance, image processing, and data analysis and the production of reports and data summaries.A minimum of 12 months Geographic Information Systems experience, including making maps and completing analyses such as kernel density and hot spot analyses.Experience in identifying images of Washington State wildlife.Experience applying the Passage Assessment System analysis tools to bridges and culverts.A valid driver's license. Note: This position is covered by a union shop provision. Therefore, as a condition of employment, you are required to become a member of the PTE, Local 17, or arrange to pay that union a representational fee. The union shop requirement shall be effective on the first day of the month following the employee's initial 30 days in this classification. How to Apply: Applications for this recruitment will be accepted electronically. https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/1941195/wildlife-biologist-tps1 Contact us: For inquiries about this position, please contact Erik Lunke at 360-705-7747 or email to lunkee@wsdot.wa.gov.  Please reference recruitment number 18DOT-HQ-04482n. The Washington State Department of Transportation is an equal opportunity employer. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, and disabled and Vietnam era veterans are encouraged to apply. Persons with disabilities needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this job announcement in an alternative format may call or email the recruiter.

Streaked Horned Lark Technician at Institute for Applied Ecology

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 16:52
Employer: Institute for Applied Ecology Expires: 01/27/2018 Technician will work on a Streaked Horned Lark Conspecific Attraction study to attract larks displaced by human activities to restored sites, in coordination with the Institute for Applied Ecology and American Bird Conservancy. Field work will involve using call playback devices and decoys, conducting lark pair and nest monitoring, as well as vegetation surveys of study sites. Technician will work closely with Matt Bahm (IAE) and Bob Altman (ABC) at the beginning of the project to become familiar with monitoring techniques and equipment use. Position requires ability to work in a team environment, but will advance quickly to have a high level of independence. Technician will work with program staff to manage field trip logistics, lead field work, assist in data management, and will also be expected to contribute to project reports. Technician will also be trained in identification and sampling methods for the endangered Fender’s Blue Butterfly, and conduct limited sampling during early portion of position (approx. 6 days). Position is based in Corvallis, Oregon.START DATE: early March (some flexibility)END DATE: late AugustCOMPENSATION: $16-17/hr depending on experience. Housing in Corvallis is not provided. This is a full-time, seasonal position with no benefits TO APPLY: Applications must be emailed to mattab@appliedeco.org no later than Friday, January 26, 2018. In the subject line, write: “SHL Technician Application”. Questions regarding the position can be directed to the email listed above.Include a letter of interest stating when you will be available to start work (this is a MUST), resume, transcripts (unofficial is fine), and the names and contact information for three references, as a SINGLE PDF FILE.AT LEAST ONE reference must be from a supervisor from previous field work experience.INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Non-U.S. residents must also include a copy of their work visa. Applications will be considered upon receipt. Please direct all inquiries to jobs@appliedeco.org.

2018 Seasonal Vegetation Monitoring Technicians at Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 16:46
Employer: Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition Expires: 01/24/2018 2018 SEASONAL VEGETATION MONITORING TECHNICIANS The Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition (ENLC) is currently seeking three (3) vegetation monitoring technician to complete a five person crew for the upcoming 2017 summer field season to work in the Elko, NV District of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).   Located in Ely, Nevada, the ENLC is a non-profit conservation organization comprised of public, private, and non-profit partners dedicated to the restoration of Western ecosystems through collaborative teamwork. Elko is located in the remote, northeastern corner of Nevada. The area has a unique blend of Northern Basin and Range and sage brush steppe attributes including beautiful expanses of sagebrush flats and many mountain ranges available for exploring and recreating. The rugged Ruby Mountains lie 20 miles to the southeast of Elko and offer unique hiking, backpacking, climbing, fishing and camping experiences. The city of Elko has a lively downtown area and hosts cultural events throughout the summer (including the International Basque festival, rodeos and the Ruby Mountain Relay). VEGETATION MONITORING DUTIES: Field crews’ primary responsibility will be to collect post-fire vegetative response data in burned areas on public lands managed by the BLM as part of the Emergency Stabilization and Rehabilitation (ES&R) program, primarily utilizing Assessment, Inventory and Monitoring (AIM) protocols. Data collected will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of post wildfire rehabilitation treatments. Technicians will be responsible for driving federal vehicles, hiking to sampling locations, following rigorous sampling protocols for vegetation and soils data collection, data quality control and data entry. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Applicants should have graduated from a program in biological sciences, ecology, natural resources or other field and/or have prior working experience in natural resources. Experience in plant identification and a general knowledge of plant taxonomy is required. Applicants should be able to hike 2-10 miles a day while carrying a pack with field equipment, and be comfortable with truck camping in the backcountry for up to 8 days at a time in sometimes harsh weather conditions. Preferred applicants will be experienced with Microsoft Excel and Access, 4WD vehicles, GPS navigation, and have had a clean driving record for the past 3 years. SALARY: $15-$16/hour, depending on experience (plus $38/day per diem when camping). SCHEDULE: Positions in the Elko District will begin late April and continue through October (end date may change based on weather conditions and work load). Work will occur on an 8-days-on/6-days-off schedule (10-hour days). Applicants should email a cover letter, resume, and the contact information for at least three references to Steph Frederick sfrederick@envlc.org. Materials accepted until position is filled. For more information, please visit our website (http://www.envlc.org) or email Steph. Please include “Vegetation Monitoring Technician” in the email subject line.

Botany Field Internships (Rare Plant Monitoring) at Institute for Applied Ecology

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 15:55
Employer: Institute for Applied Ecology Expires: 01/27/2018 The Conservation Research Program at the Institute for Applied Ecology (www.appliedeco.org) is hiring two seasonal interns for field work and related activities associated with rare plant monitoring. This position(s) will work closely with IAE professional staff and a crew leader to evaluate population status and habitat quality for the endangered Willamette daisy throughout its range in Willamette Valley prairies. The majority of time in this position will be spent doing field surveys, but will also include time spent identifying unknown plant species and performing data entry. Interns are also expected to contribute to our research program blog. Few overnight trips are expected. This position will start May 14 through July 20, with the possibility for extended work depending on weather and plant phenology.Qualifications:* Interest in conservation biology, restoration ecology, and/or botany.* Plant identification skills and experience using technical keys (or enthusiastic willingness to learn).* Field research experience.* Strong attention to organization and detail.* Ability to work long hours in adverse weather conditions with potential exposure to poison oak. Work will frequently occur in wet prairie habitats with seasonally inundated soils, and appropriate field gear is a must.* Physical ability to work in a bent-over, kneeling, or standing position for significant periods of time.* Clear, direct communication skills.Compensation: $11.00/hr, paid monthly, plus travel expenses associated with overnight field work (food and lodging). Housing in Corvallis is not provided. TO APPLY: Applications should be compiled into a single PDF document and emailed to jobs@appliedeco.org no later than Friday, January 26th, 2018. In the subject line, write: “Botany Field Intern Application (Monitoring)”.Include a letter of interest stating when you will be available to start work (this is a MUST), resume, transcripts (unofficial is fine), and the names and contact information for three references. AT LEAST ONE reference must be from a supervisor from a work experience. If you are applying to more than one position at IAE, you will need to submit applications to specific postings in separate e-mails.INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Non-U.S. residents must also include a copy of their work visa. Applications will be considered upon receipt. Please direct all inquiries to jobs@appliedeco.org.

Strategic Sourcing Manager at Callan Associates, Ltd.

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 15:50
Employer: Callan Associates, Ltd. Expires: 01/03/2018 THE COMPANY The Company is a multi-billion dollar global manufacturer of consumer products with multiple manufacturing facilities located in North and South America.   THE POSITION The Strategic Sourcing Manager will be responsible for identifying and leading projects designed to significantly improve the Company’s cost structure.  The projects are transformational in nature, so will require strategic thinking, effective problem structuring, and an ability to influence diverse teams.  A direct amount of sourcing for this executive will be focused on the company’s Indirect (MRO and CAPEX) and New Programs spend.  Reports to the VP, Procurement.   The Strategic Sourcing Manager will work through a team of both direct reports and matrixed representatives from corporate functions.  The successful candidate will collaborate with cross-functional and field leadership to determine adequate product/service specs and drive compliance with the field and functions in order to achieve said targets.   Success will be measured based on: For procurement: spend addressed, savings achieved and working capital impact (supplier payment terms).For special projects: projects identified and impact delivered.  Prioritization of the most meaningful opportunities and the ability to work cross-functionally is critical to success.   Specific Responsibilities Strategic Sourcing (New Model) Define and implement Global Sourcing strategies for all major categories aimed at achieving net cost savings as well as mitigating raw material inflation near term.Track and report customer deliverables to support build events and Start of Production requirements (i.e. prototype, off-tool/off-process timing, etc.).Establish global spend visibility to clearly define category spend baselines, current suppliers and track go-forward impact.Interface with Finance and Cost Planning Group to link Sourcing savings with budget.Sourcing strategies will include volume aggregation, competitive bidding, low cost country sourcing, eAuctions, should-cost models, raw material indexed contracts, “preferred supplier” programs, identification of new suppliers, demand management, policy/controls and make vs. buy. Develop/refine sourcing strategy and enhance capabilities to support achievement of overall net cost savings objective through new model sourcing activities.Deploy more sophisticated supplier management including quarterly supplier business reviews, annual supplier conferences, “preferred supplier” designation, qualification of new suppliers, etc.     Organization Lead a team of buyers and analysts that are responsible for all new model sourcing and performance, and indirect procurement, establish rigorous internal performance management system, including team and individual-level targets, scorecards and monthly tracking.Achieve early wins to build organizational confidence and momentum.Ability to grow team going forward based on demonstrated impact.   Essential Job Functions Working knowledge of new programs, cost modeling around working capital is highly desirable.Make budgetary recommendations on production and expense expenditures, and master scheduling for project related activities.  Champion a clear channel of communication and coordination between functional counterparts in the business units.Ensure that effective business unit systems, procedures and financial controls are established and maintained for the business unit’s operations.   Qualifications Several years’ experience in Sourcing/Procurement leadership at an Engineered Products Manufacturing Company.Extensive experience with NPI/development process and have the ability to establish early visibility of the requirements.Ability to build strong working relationships with Engineering and be involved in the preliminary design stage.Experience with category management and multi-step strategic sourcing processes in a range of categories.Skilled negotiator.Experience with leveraged agreements, multi-year contracts, and should-cost models.Highly results-oriented and focused on business priorities with a successful record of accomplishments.Excellent problem-solving skills – able to identify problems and/or opportunities for improvement and assesses viable solutions.  Develop and execute comprehensive action plans.Excellent supplier relationship management skills.Ability to effectively manage multiple assignments concurrently, including ability to assess and manage priorities.Effective communications skills, particularly the ability to communicate technical expertise.Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills.  Must be able to build rapport with Operations and cross-functional colleagues, and be able to foster collaborative relationships.    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Ability to manage people.Strong knowledge of the business and long-term strategic goals.Knowledge of external factors influencing division’s performance.Strong leadership skills.Superior written, verbal and telephone skills.Strong customer service skills are required.Ability to multi-task is required.Strong problem-solving and project management skills.Strong analytical skills.   Education Bachelor’s degree or equivalent management experience.APICS/NAPM, CPIM or CPM certification or equivalent preferred.   Contact Please forward resume to:  info@callanassociates.com.  All responses will be kept confidential – our firm is a leading retained executive search consulting firm.

Golden Paintbrush Recovery Internships at Institute for Applied Ecology

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 15:43
Employer: Institute for Applied Ecology Expires: 01/27/2018 The Institute for Applied Ecology (https://appliedeco.org/) will hire up to three interns this year for field work focused on monitoring populations of the threatened golden paintbrush (Castilleja levisecta) in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. The interns will also have the opportunity to sample for Bradshaw’s lomatium (Lomatium bradshawii), Kincaid’s lupine (Lupinus oreganus), and Nelson’s checkermallow (Sidalcea nelsoniana) in Benton County. These paid positions are intended to provide field experience to individuals considering conservation biology or restoration ecology as a career, while contributing directly to the conservation and recovery of rare species. The majority of time will be spent visiting sites where the species have been intentionally reintroduced and monitoring the populations to estimate the total population size. The work will involve walking, hiking, stooping, kneeling, carrying medium to light loads, recording data, entering data into computers, and other associated tasks. The positions are based in Corvallis, Oregon with field work throughout the Willamette Valley. These internships will be from April 16 through June 22, 2018.Qualifications:* Interest in conservation biology, restoration ecology, and botany* Plant identification skills (or enthusiastic willingness to learn)* Research experience* Ability to navigate off-trail using GPS* Attention to detail* Ability to work long hours in hot, dry and cold, wet conditions with potential for exposure to poison oak, including having appropriate field gear for conditions* Ability to walk, hike, stoop, kneel, carry medium to light loadsCompensation: $11.00/hr, paid monthly. Housing in Corvallis is not provided. TO APPLY: Applications should be compiled into a single PDF document and emailed to jobs@appliedeco.org no later than Friday, January 26th, 2018. In the subject line, write: “Golden Paintbrush Field Intern Application (Monitoring)”.Include a letter of interest stating when you will be available to start work (this is a MUST), resume, transcripts (unofficial is fine), and the names and contact information for three references. AT LEAST ONE reference must be from a supervisor from a work experience.Note: Due to the short duration of the flowering season for golden paintbrush, applicants who are unavailable for the period April 16 through June 22 will not be considered.If you are applying to more than one position at IAE, you will need to submit applications to specific postings in separate e-mails.INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Non-U.S. residents must also include a copy of their work visa. Applications will be considered upon receipt. Please direct all inquiries to jobs@appliedeco.org.

Seasonal Field Botany Technician (Rare Plant Monitoring) at Institute for Applied Ecology

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 15:37
Employer: Institute for Applied Ecology Expires: 01/27/2018 The Conservation Research Program at the Institute for Applied Ecology (www.appliedeco.org) is hiring two seasonal field botany technicians for field work and related activities associated with rare plant monitoring. These position(s) will be based in Lakeview, OR, and work closely with IAE professional staff and a crew leader to evaluate population status and habitat quality for 16 rare plant species in southeastern Oregon. The majority of time in this position will be spent doing field surveys, but will also include time spent identifying unknown plant species and performing data entry. Occasional overnight trips are expected. These position(s) are expected to start April 9, 2018 and continue through June 29, 2018.Qualifications:* B.S. in botany, ecology, and/or a related field with a botanical focus.* Plant identification skills and experience using taxonomic keys.* Field research experience.* Strong attention to organization and detail.* Ability to work long hours in adverse weather conditions; weather conditions will vary from cold winds/rain in the early spring to temperatures over 100°F in the summer. Must have appropriate field gear.* Physical ability to work in a bent-over, kneeling, or standing position for significant periods of time.* Ability to work cooperatively in small groups, and to take instruction.* Clear, direct communication skills.Compensation: $12-13/hr depending on experience, plus travel expenses associated with overnight field work (food and lodging). Housing in federal bunkhouses in Lakeview, OR is provided. This is a full-time temporary position with no benefits.Include a letter of interest stating when you will be available to start work (this is a MUST), resume, transcripts (unofficial is fine), and the names and contact information for three references. AT LEAST ONE reference must be from a supervisor from a work experience.If you are applying to more than one position at IAE, you will need to submit applications to specific postings in separate e-mails.INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Non-U.S. residents must also include a copy of their work visa. Applications will be considered upon receipt. Please direct all inquiries to jobs@appliedeco.org.

Conservation Research Internships at Institute for Applied Ecology

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 15:28
Employer: Institute for Applied Ecology Expires: 01/27/2018 The Conservation Research Program at the Institute for Applied Ecology (http://appliedeco.org/) will be hiring two interns this summer for field work and related activities. Our paid positions are intended to provide field experience to individuals considering conservation biology or restoration ecology as a career. Internships are partially supported by the Native Plant Society of Oregon, and interns are expected to write a short article for the NPSO Bulletin and contribute to our research blog, but the majority of the internship will focus on gaining hands-on field experience working on many different projects. Interns should expect to be in the field throughout the majority of the season, with minimal office time.Interns will work on a variety of projects throughout the state of Oregon, including rare plant habitat surveys, threatened and endangered species research and monitoring, and invasive species research. Position is based in Corvallis, Oregon, but approximately 50% of the work is conducted out-of-town/overnight (accommodations include hotels and camping). Internships will start the week of April 16th, 2018. Internships will last until July 20th, with the potential for an extension likely. For more information about the types of projects interns work on, please visit:http://appliedeco.org/programs/research/Qualifications:* Interest in conservation biology, restoration ecology, and botany* Plant identification skills (or enthusiastic willingness to learn)* Research experience* Attention to detail* Ability to work long hours in hot, dry and cold, wet conditions with exposure to poison oak* Ability to hike up to 5 miles carrying a 30 pound pack and work in a bent-over/kneeling/sitting position for long periods of time* Clear, direct communication skills.Compensation: $11.00/hr, paid monthly, plus travel expenses associated with overnight field work (food and lodging). Housing in Corvallis is not provided. TO APPLY: Applications should be compiled into a single PDF document and emailed to jobs@appliedeco.org no later than Friday, January 26th, 2018. In the subject line, write: “Conservation Research Intern Application”.Include a letter of interest stating when you will be available to start work (this is a MUST), resume, transcripts (unofficial is fine), and the names and contact information for three references. AT LEAST ONE reference must be from a supervisor from a work experience. If you are applying to more than one position at IAE, you will need to submit applications to specific postings in separate e-mails.INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Non-U.S. residents must also include a copy of their work visa. Applications will be considered upon receipt. Please direct all inquiries to jobs@appliedeco.org.

Summer 2018 Policy Intern at Fahe

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 10:52
Employer: Fahe Expires: 01/02/2018 Want to make a difference? Fahe is on a mission to eliminate persistent poverty in Appalachia. Our unique collaborative model connects a Network of local, regional, and national leaders, working together to overcome the economic insecurity grasping at our communities and get them working again. Since 1980, Fahe has reached over 450,000 people with over $700 million in direct investment. The impact achieved by our Network of local leadership combined with our record of influencing legislation and boots-on-the-ground program design expertise gives us a nationally-recognized perspective on turning back the grinding job losses and community struggles throughout Appalachia and the country. In our vision, our communities and economies work---with jobs, choices, and a good life for each of us, in our region and in this great country. Join us to make it happen.   Our ability to achieve this vision depends upon us being able to hire amazing people. You will work with the Advocacy Department to research, support, and to the extent possible lead initiatives on economic prosperity in Appalachia. You will work with smart, dedicated, big-thinking colleagues on making a difference in poverty and economic development in this country, receiving meaningful feedback and mentorship. You will have a view from a leading national voice located at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains that is effective in the Washington, DC policy environment (for example, our President, who you would also work with, is Board Chair of the Opportunity Finance Network, the leading national organization of community development financial institutions).       Goal of Project: Responsible for researching and executing policy initiatives with our Advocacy team designed to get our communities and economies working again. The intern will work very closely with the Director of Advocacy to manage the delivery of programs and policy materials to advance this mission through advocacy and constituent engagement. Envisioned Responsibilities: ·             Participate in meetings and strategy sessions around roll-out of this plan, and in general strategy sessions to learn the space and the economic development policy landscape. ·             Participate in outreach to key partners working on this issue nationwide. ·             Participate in the policy advocacy department including following key developments in community and economic development, federal legislation, and important regulatory changes. ·             Develop a set of policy position papers and reports that can be used to build Fahe’s thought leadership on the topic of pushing back against economic insecurity. These position papers will be research intensive and be organized by Fahe’s five charges: Leadership, Economic Opportunity, Housing, Health and Well-Being, and Education. Produce and issue educational documents, handouts, comment letters, and presentations that interpret complex financial issues ·             Serve as a member of the Advocacy team to develop community engagement strategies and tactics to advance advocacy priorities as part of campaigns. ·             Help the Advocacy department map collaborative stakeholders in our region, increasing opportunities for collaboration. ·             Identify strategies to link recovery from opioid addition with jobs – both top issues of concern in Appalachia. ·             Collaborate with Fahe’s Strategic Initiatives Department Opioid Task Force ·             Look into a main street revitalization policy formulation that Fahe could support. ·             Carry out research on where Fahe could direct funds to construction of local health centers that can better serve local hubs; catalogue current facilities.   Additional Objectives Working with Advocacy department, collaborate with the Membership, Strategic Initiatives, and Communications team to better disseminate our thought leadership to our Members and other constituencies. Through providing additional content to these departments and reporting content to other departments. ·             Create newsletters, blog submissions or other materials for constituent publications based around important policy updates. ·             Collaborate with Membership and Communications teams around summer events to increase engagement by members that will help fulfill our mission.   Focus Area(s) Primary:  Policy work Secondary:  Assisting with Executive and Communication Team advocacy work Department: Policy/Advocacy Supervisor: Alex Dadok, Director of Advocacy Qualifications: Undergraduate rising senior who desires to work with public policy, economic opportunity advocacy, and/or socially responsible enterprises. We desire 3.0 GPA or higher. This position is contemplated with a potential to turn into a longer term relationship and a full time policy analyst position after graduation. Thus, candidates should have a serious interest in working for a nationally significant organization in this field and speaking from outside the major metro east and west coasts.   To apply: please submit a resume through your career engine or to adadok@fahe.org. No cover letter is required. Note on Geography. Lexington, your prospective home should all things work out with a longer term relationship, is a college city (University of Kentucky) offering concerts, breweries, festivals, local bookstores, and beautiful outdoor recreation. It is growing and attracting young professionals, with the 13th highest concentration of people with bachelors and graduate degrees in the country. As someone who has lived in metro Washington, DC for years, I can tell you Lexington is a place where you can make a difference, when compared to the ocean of DC. Consider geography in your internship plans, as we want to work with someone great who wants a longer-term adventure that may not be the usual path.   Fahe seeks applicants who can bring diverse viewpoints, experience, talents, and culture to promote our mission to eliminate persistent poverty in Appalachia.

Summer Judicial Internship: Opportunity for First and Second Year Law Students at Just The Beginning

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 10:41
Employer: Just The Beginning Expires: 01/12/2018 **AN OPPORTUNITY FOR FIRST AND SECOND YEAR LAW STUDENTS**The Judicial Resources Committee of the United States Judicial Conference and Just The Beginning – A Pipeline Organization are pleased to announce the seventh annual Summer Judicial Internship Diversity Project (“Project”). The Project’s goal is to provide underrepresented law students summer judicial internships in the chambers of federal and state appellate judges, federal district judges, and federal bankruptcy and magistrate judges. The Project is national in scope and seeks to place approximately 100 law students as judicial interns across the country. Since 2015, we have placed over 400 applicants in internships across 36 states. Interns will have the opportunity to draft bench memoranda, judicial orders, and opinions on a variety of substantive matters, including motions to dismiss, motions for summary judgment, magistrate judge reports, and habeas corpus petitions. Applicants should possess strong research and writing skills and be prepared to handle the rigors of working in a court. An initial screening will identify qualified candidates eligible for a first-round interview, which will be conducted either in-person or by telephone. Applicants who clear this round will be referred to one of the Project’s Participating Judges for a second-round interview, after which each Participating Judge will make a final hiring decision. Applicants who are hired must commit to attending two mandatory training workshops prior to the beginning of the internship, either in-person or via videoconference, and must be available to work full-time as an unpaid intern for a minimum of six weeks.   JRC-JTB 2018 Summer Judicial Internship Diversity Project   HOW​ ​TO​ ​APPLY:* APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED THROUGH OUR ONLINE APPLICATION PORTAL, HERE. Applicants should submit the following materials as one PDF document named Lastname_Firstname_Summer 2018 JRC-JTB Application and organized in the following order:   (1) a cover​ ​letter*​ explaining the applicant's interest in diversity and participating in the Summer Judicial Internship Diversity Project; (2) a resume​; (3) a law​ ​school​ ​transcript​, official or unofficial (if first semester law school grades are unavailable or incomplete, please send an undergraduate transcript and supplement with law school grades as they become available to sjidproject@jtb.org); (4) a writing​ ​sample​ (no more than 10 pages in length); (5) a list​ ​of​ ​three references​ (no family members, please); and (6) a signed​ ​Memorandum​ ​of​ ​Understanding.   Paper applications will not be accepted. To access the online application, please visit www.jtb.org, search under the programs tab and click on the ‘2018 Summer Judicial Internship Project for Law Students’, or visit https://www.tfaforms.com/4642477. At present, this is an unpaid internship, so applicants are encouraged to seek law school or non-profit funding. Applicants are also strongly encouraged to apply to the ABA’s Judicial Intern Opportunity Program, which has been a source of funding for Project interns. Students who apply to both JIOP and JRC-JTB AND are placed with an existing JIOP judge in a JIOP program location, may participate in both programs and receive funding (the $2,000 award) from the JIOP program. All applicants may participate in the JRC-JTB interviewing webinar and students recommended for judicial review through JIOP may also participate in the writing seminar. *NOTE: Applications will be available beginning November 10, 2017. Applications will be received online until 5:00 p.m. EST on January 10, 2018. Early applications are highly encouraged.   *Please address your cover letter to: Just the Beginning-A Pipeline Organization ATTN: Jenna K. Feldman 70 W. Madison St., Suite 2900 Chicago, IL 60602   General application questions can be directed to sjidproject@jtb.org

Major Accounts Executive at TEGNA

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 09:13
Employer: TEGNA - WHAS11 Expires: 01/09/2018 Details: WHAS11 has an exciting opportunity for a Major Accounts Account Executive to join our Major Accounts Sales team! We provide the culture, tools and environment for you to achieve success by offering great ideas and creative executions to national, regional and local businesses. The Major Accounts Executive will work closely with the Major Accounts Sales Manager in leading national/regional/local and political sales efforts. As part of the Major Accounts Team, they are also responsible for sales of our digital suite of products including Premion, an industry first one-stop-shop for OTT, to our regional/local and national client base. The right individual for this position, will work with the Major Accounts Sales Manager in developing and implementing a strategy to grow revenue shares of agency and digital accounts by creating opportunities to develop new business to achieve quarterly and annual budgets. The position reports to the Major Accounts Sales Manager. In this role, you will: Create a strategic business plan with the Major Accounts Sales Manager to meet and exceed all revenue goals and targets on a monthly, quarterly, annual basis for national/regional and local accounts. Assist the Major Accounts Sales Manager in managing the sales efforts of our dedicated group at CoxReps and political and advocacy advertising. Act as a marketing consultant to national/regional/local accounts utilizing station marketing and merchandising materials in developing marketing plans, co-promotions, and vendor programs. Work with the Major Accounts Sales Manager to plan, develop and execute on a strategy to achieve revenue goals by increasing shares of business for WHAS on existing accounts. Sell station sports, specials and initiatives. Work with station support to assure timely handling of pre-empts and makegoods. Assist the Major Accounts Sales Manager with special projects as assigned. Complete appropriate business activity reports and forecasts as required. Network nationally, regionally and locally to stay updated on emerging media sales trends, rates and product solutions. Attend and participate in all local and digital sales meetings. Work with the Major Accounts Sales Manager to develop and implement incremental revenue opportunities within new and existing advertisers as they relate to all platforms. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and value the benefits of diversity in our workplace. Vacancy Type: Full Time Date Posted: 12/9/2017 Closing Date: 1/9/2018 City: Louisville - 40202 State: Kentucky URL: http://www.whas11.com Experience: 3 Year(s) Requirements: Television sales/negotiation experience and digital sales experience is a plus. Proven sales leader with demonstrated record of sales achievement Ability to think and lead strategically Proven and creative problem solver Effective driver of integrated revenue Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills Strong presenter and communicator with internal and external customers Experience/Proficiency with Wide Orbit Sales, Wide Orbit Traffic, Excel, Word, Medialine and qualitative data. College Degree Preferred Contact Company: Louisville,KY Contact E-Mail: amarkenson@tegna.com Contact Details: Alison Markenson Apply Online URL: http://www.whas11.com

Civil Engineer at LG&E KU

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 08:19
Employer: LG&E KU Expires: 01/27/2018 This position is responsible for coordinating the estimation, specification, and construction of power plants, or other Company installations as required.   Exercise of professional judgment is required in the performance of the assigned tasks. *Job Description · Identifies opportunities for improvement and/or suggests improved methods.   · Performs engineering assignments associated with the design, construction, permitting, performance enhancement, cost effectiveness, operation, and maintenance of various plant equipment and systems.   · Coordinates activities of Engineer I, technicians, or others assigned to specific projects as necessary.   · Work assignments are varied and somewhat difficult.   · Performs assignments in which evaluation, originality, ingenuity, decision-making, and authority.   · Supports various plant operations and maintenance groups with engineering based problem troubleshooting, identification, analysis, and resolution.   · Assists Engineer III and/or Senior Engineers with large and/or complex projects, as required.   · Assists with the development of station/engineering goals, objectives, budgets, programs, and procedures.   · Plans and controls all activities so as to provide an accident-free work place.   · Conducts work activities with regard to environmental rules and regulations.   · Regularly reviews assignments to assure optimum efficiency and cost effectiveness.   · Directs the activities of coops, bargaining unit employees and others, as instructed, as they perform various activities including installation or checkout of new equipment, troubleshooting, testing, tuning, etc.   · Performs other duties as directed by management.

Service and Support Administrator (Case Manager) at Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 08:12
Employer: Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services Expires: 01/16/2018   NOTICE OF OPEN POSITION   TITLE:           Service and Support Administrator (SSA)   LOCATION:       Kingsley 5093 Kingsley Drive Cincinnati, OH  45227   QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor's degree required.  A degree in psychology, special education, human services, or related field preferred; one year experience working with individuals with Developmental Disabilities in a vocational, residential, case management, or treatment program, preferred; eligible for Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities certification; and meets Agency's drivers insurability requirements.   DUTIES:              (Not intended to describe all duties.) Facilitates and assists the individual and/or family in the development of a single service plan; assigns or clarifies responsibilities among team members, providers, and community resources; develops goals and action plans for implementation.   Assists individuals and families in identifying and selecting services and support and in obtaining and maintaining benefits; coordinates and facilitates the planning, provision of services, supports, and documentation of an overall service delivery plan; funding, and other services; assists individuals and families in selecting providers   Serves as the primary point of contact for assigned individuals and families; participates as a member of the individual’s interdisciplinary team when acting as technical resource   Assures, with supervisory support, that all required documentation is completed and maintained in a timely and accurate manner consistent with all regulatory requirements (federal and state laws, Agency policy)   Monitors the individual plan for compliance and quality in service delivery; communicates rights to individuals   Prepares case notes, reports, evaluations, and summaries; maintains confidentiality of individual files   Complies with guidelines established by DODD and HCDDS regarding reporting abuse, neglect, and other incidents related to Major Unusual Incidents (MUI)   Attends meetings, seminars, and conferences to develop knowledge of current best practices; participates in division, agency, local, and/or state meetings as assigned by the supervisor   Travels to various locations throughout the county for the purpose of service planning and monitoring in a safe, efficient, and effective manner in accordance with County procedures   Works a flexible and rotating schedule; involving an “on-call” assignment   Compensation: Annual Salary:  $38,190.10 Generous Health and Dental Insurance Plans Ohio Public Employee’s Retirement System   APPLICATION/TRANSFER PROCEDURE: Please apply online at:Our website www.hamiltondds.org (Careers)Hamilton County website www.hamilton-co.org (Employment, Job Announcements) All applications must be submitted by January 16, 2018 at 12:00pm.   WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/DRUG FREE WORKPLACE

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