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Payroll Assistant Manager - Marine Labor and Payroll at Washington State Department of Transportation

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 11:25
Employer: Washington State Department of Transportation Expires: 04/23/2018 The Opportunity:The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Accounting and Financial Services Division is seeking a Payroll Assistant Manager for Marine Labor. This position will lead of team of Fiscal Analysts responsible for ensuring employees in the Marine Division receive accurate and timely pay. This position is the Payroll Manager's primary lead and advisor for all issues related to marine labor and payroll. Reporting out of our Olympia, WA Headquarters office, they will report directly to the Payroll Manager. This position is the highest statewide expert for labor and payroll related subject matter to employees of the Ferries Division. As Payroll Assistant Manager, the incumbent will be responsible for managing the operations of the Marine Labor System (MLS), as well as ensuring the accurate application of 13 collective bargaining agreements and the reconciliation of MLS to TRAINS and HRMS. At WSDOT, we value the importance of creating an environment in which all employees can feel respected, included and empowered to bring unique ideas to the agency. Our diversity and inclusion efforts include embracing different cultures, backgrounds and perspectives while fostering growth and advancement in the workplace. To learn more, please watch the following video: Why WSDOT? This position will perform the following work:Direct the Marine Labor and Payroll Team.Ensure compliance with RCW, WAC, CBA, and other internal manuals.Ensure accurate and timely processing of timesheets each pay period.Analyze payroll data using MLS, LDS, TRAINS, HRMS, and AFRS.Approve journal vouchers and payment vouchers prepared by the Marine and Labor Team.Develop, implement, and monitor internal controls for payroll activities.Communicate procedural changes affecting Marine Labor and Payroll to WSF employees.Publish WSF Payroll and Labor related calendars and work schedule tables.Leads/ participates in special projects related to payroll and labor.Acts on behalf of the Payroll Manager in his/her absence. An ideal candidate for this position will have:Bachelor's Degree in a related field.Five (5) years' experience working in Payroll.Experience leading or supervising a team of payroll professionals.Experience with WSDOT labor systems (MLS and/or LDS)Experience with HRMSTwo (2) years' experience working in government accounting organizations.Eighteen (18) quarter or twelve (12) semester hours of accounting Employment, Education and Criminal History VerificationPrior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the position. 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, disabled and Vietnam era veterans, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons with disabilities needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this job announcement in an alternative format may contact the listed recruiter.

Sales Associate - Trainee at International Paper

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 10:28
Employer: International Paper Expires: 04/21/2018 We currently have an opening for Sales Associates at our corrugated manufacturing plant in Arden Hills, MN. This facility manufacture and sell corrugated packaging products for local and national customers   We are looking for motivated sales professionals who have two to four years sales experience and an interest in growing their career with a world class manufacturing company. Candidates should be skilled in building business to business relationships, prospecting and expanding market share. Training will be provided on our manufacturing process and product lines.   Description:   This role is responsible for making sales calls and securing orders for IP goods or services. This work is customarily and regularly performed away from the primary place of business. Specific duties include: providing insights for developing customer value propositions; analyzing and providing timely feedback on market and business conditions; initiating and completing customer and competitive analysis; identifying new business opportunities; recommending sales solutions; obtaining and maintaining knowledge of all aspects of the container industry including priority customers, operational practices, customer supply channels, service expectations and financial requirements. The Sales Associate will be responsible for understanding the business, including both operational and commercial aspects in order to perform analytical work and make recommendations to Sales and Plant General Managers regarding commercial and/or operational strategies for the assigned location(s).   This role may also be responsible for a limited number of accounts. Upon successful integration with and understanding of industry and business segment, sales associates will be expected to take on responsibility for full territory management, including growing assigned target accounts and prospecting new accounts in the local market.   The successful candidate has 2 to 4 years’ experience in solutions focused sales activities and/or industry specific customer service or marketing experience as well as a BA/BS degree.   Key Accountabilities include but not limited to: Achieve sales targets with assigned accounts by partnering with customers in a consultative relationship that maximizes value for the customer and profitability for International PaperBuild new business and grow assigned territory by prospecting sales opportunities, attracting the interest of potential customers, networking to build a contact base, and following up with leadsLeverage IP’s value proposition to sell a profitable mix of corrugated products to targeted customersDevelop a working knowledge of the corrugated box industry and business operationReview new product developments and sales techniques on an ongoing basis. Develop a complete and comprehensive technical knowledge of all business products relevant to your market or territorySupport all company policies. Foster a positive and safe working environment for fellow employees and customersOther duties as assigned Required Competencies: Candidates must be skilled in customer focus, drive for results, action orientation, organizing, priority setting and functional/technical commercial skills. Knowledge and Experience:  Undergraduate college degree and  2 to 4 years of solution selling experience required or equivalent industry specific customer service or marketing experienceWorking knowledge of Microsoft Office software applications including Word, Excel and Power PointA strong general knowledge of business and customer serviceOutstanding interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills Work Environment: Majority of time spent preparing for and calling on customers. Travel overnight to plants, trade shows, training sessions and customers. International Paper offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental, disability, life and accident insurance, vacation as well as a 401(k) plan and retirement savings account.   This is a great opportunity to start a career with a dynamic and proven manufacturer in the packaging industry.     International Paper is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minorities/Females/Individuals with Disabilities/Veterans

Librarian 1 at City of Madison Human Resources

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 09:17
Employer: City of Madison Human Resources Expires: 04/26/2018 About the PositionMadison Public Library seeks a creative and innovative librarian who will develop relationships between the Sequoya Library and our community's many stakeholders in order to foster opportunities for youth and families, with a particular focus on addressing community identified needs. Consistent with our mission and vision, this position cultivates community partnerships which develop opportunities to learn, share and create. This position will ensure equitable provision of resources and services and will lead other staff in developing culturally competent models for services. This position will provide leadership and coordination in Sequoya Library operations, including work activities of staff, facilities and technology needs, and assisting in the hiring of staff. Familiarity with emerging technologies and project management skills are a plus. About Madison Public Library:Madison Public Library (MPL) is a dynamic organization that actively embraces the changing role of libraries. We were awarded the 2016 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, and recognized as a Top Innovator by the Urban Libraries Council in 2017. Our critically acclaimed Bubbler program has been able to expand through major grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Institute of Museum and Library Services. We embrace new services and technology, such as our Meadowridge Library's community kitchen that supports youth nutrition and food preparation programs. Employment at MPL means working alongside talented people who are deeply committed to service and making a difference in people's lives. Our outstanding and collegial workforce is highly valued by the community, and includes staff members who have received national recognition or awards for their work. We value and support learning in all forms, diverse perspectives, intellectual freedom, customer experience, collaboration, and innovation. About Madison, WisconsinMadison has a reputation as a great place to live, and has consistently ranked highly on lists of best cities in America. It's also a great place to be a librarian. Madisonians are very engaged with and highly supportive of their libraries. We strive to recruit a diverse workforce to best serve Madison's diverse population, and we encourage all qualified candidates to apply.

Training Center Coordinator at City of Madison Human Resources

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 09:10
Employer: City of Madison Human Resources Expires: 04/24/2018 This is responsible, professional and administrative work involving the coordination of the management of the facility and accounting related procedures, and the planning, organizing and coordination of training programs for the Police Training Center. The work involves a wide range of coordinative and procedural activities, and is performed independently. Work includes managing the complex and varied aspects of the Training Center, including coordinating custodial and maintenance service for classrooms and specialty rooms, researching and marketing specialized training topics of interest, booking professional trainers, executing contracts, billing outside agencies, reconciling accounts, purchasing equipment and supplies, and supervision of staff. Work often involves operational situations, which require immediate action, coordination of multiple tasks, collaboration with other work units, maintenance of high standards of customer satisfaction, and decision-making. Work is performed under the general direction of a manager or supervisor.

Public Health Laboratory Assistant Director, Infectious Diseases Testing at North Carolina State Laboratory of Public Health/Office of the Chief Medical Examiner

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 09:03
Employer: North Carolina State Laboratory of Public Health/Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Expires: 04/19/2018 How to apply: Please do not delete or edit this text. You must apply at GovernmentJobs.com to be considered for this position per state law. Handshake applications do not count as valid job applications and Handshake is for advertisement purposes only. You must apply at the specific URL provided. Application link is https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/northcarolina/jobs/1991942/public-health-laboratory-assistant...  Job DescriptionThe Public Health Assistant Laboratory Director provides support to the Director to manage, lead, and direct the infectious disease testing at the State Laboratory of Public Health. This position works with the Director to provide vision and leadership to chart the strategic direction of the infectious disease testing laboratories in collaboration with programs in the Division of the Public Health and with other state agencies, local public health departments, and the clinical laboratory community. This position ensures that the laboratory provides relevant, accurate scientific data essential for infectious disease surveillance, prevention, and control, ensures biosafety compliance, addresses legal issues, develops public health policy, and responds to statewide public health threats caused by common or emerging biological agents, including those that may be disseminated through deliberate acts of terrorism. The Assistant Director supports the professional administrative and technical oversight in planning, negotiating, organizing, staffing directing, and evaluating the services of the SLPH. Some responsibilities of the Assistant Lab Director include:Provides leadership to lab managers and supervisors responsible for staff in Bacteriology, Mycology, Mycobacteriology, Parasitology, Virology/Serology, and Molecular Epidemiology.Plans, directs, and guides special research studies designed to improve existing laboratory algorithms.Identifies and establishes training mechanisms to develop staff expertise in laboratory procedures, management and supervisory skills, quality assurance skills, HIPAA compliance, biosafety compliance and customer service skills.Serves on multiple inter- and intra- divisional committees and task forces as needed.Serves as a liaison with professional contacts in the scientific, medical, and academic communities and serves as a liaison with public and private agencies regarding relevant public health and clinical laboratory matters.Qualfiications:: You must have a medical degree or a doctoral degree in a chemical or biological science. 

Environmental Protection Geologist I at Illinois Environmental Protection Agency

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 08:53
Employer: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Expires: 04/19/2018 Under immediate supervision of the Groundwater Unit Manager, Permit Section, in the Bureau of Land (BOL), performs beginning level duties relative to geologic investigations with other geologists concerning land and groundwater related projects, such as evaluations of groundwater systems at hazardous waste facilities. Receives training and assists higher level geologists with documenting results for the Groundwater Unit, and with determinations of groundwater monitoring systems.Education and Experience: Requires knowledge, skill, and mental development equivalent to completion of four years of college with a degree in geology, including at least one course in groundwater geology, hydrology, hydrogeology, soil physics, and/or soil chemistry. Requires no previous experience.Specific Job Requirements: Requires a valid Illinois driver's license for ability to operate a motor vehicle when driving to site locations and conducting investigations, attending meetings, and assessing oversight activities that require occasional overnight trips.

Safety Specialist 2018 at Amazon

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 04:03
Employer: Amazon - Amazon Operations Expires: 04/20/2018 NATIONWIDE LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES!This role will start between January 2018 and September 2018Are you looking to become a leader in a global operation that has hundreds of leaders and thousands of employees? Would you like the challenge of ensuring a safe work environment and maintaining excellence for the associates and managers within our fulfillment centers? If you want to be involved in continuing to define the future of online retail, and are dynamic and an organized self-starter, join our team in Amazon World Wide Safety as an EHS Specialist —opportunities nationwide!Amazon is looking for college graduates with high potential, who are ready to own their impact in Amazon Safety. We promise you will have your leadership capacity stretched to its full potential. As a front-line leader, you will have an opportunity to truly invest in others and develop a people-focused leadership style, while mastering the tools, processes, and operations that have created the most customer-centric company on Earth.As an EHS Specialist, you will have the opportunity to OWN YOUR IMPACT by influencing behavior and inspiring commitment of the part of all personnel in complying with Amazon safety standards and maintaining a safe work environment. The EHS Specialist provides technical support and tactical execution in the implementation of Amazon Global Environmental, Health and Safety programs within assigned fulfillment center. Come learn how the largest online retailer in the world runs and maintains safety of its fulfillment and delivery networks!What is fulfillment you ask? Fulfillment is how we refer to completing or fulfilling a customer’s Amazon.com order and the acts of picking, packing, shipping and delivering their order to meet or exceed their expectations!Job Requirements· Willingness to work weekends, holidays, and/or overnight shifts· Willingness to work overtime both in peak season and as needed· Willingness to relocate nationwide at time of hire (position location is most heavily weighted on business need but will also take into account individual location preference)· Authorized to work in the US without sponsorshipLocations and Placement· The position will be located in a Fulfillment Center, Sort Center, Delivery Station, or other operations· Locations are nationwide· The position is not a corporate position based out of Seattle, WAKey Responsibilities· Serve as designated safety representative of assigned fulfillment center (FC), coordinating and implementing all areas of the Amazon Global Safety Program as directed by Safety Manager of the regional node.· Influence behavior and inspire commitment on the part of all personnel in complying with Amazon safety standards and maintaining a safe work environment.· Conduct training and coach associates on observed work habits in support of this effort.· Support management’s efforts to ensure compliance with corporate Safety Program expectations and applicable federal and state law. Identify and inform management of compliance issues, safety risks and improvement opportunities through the conduct of daily, weekly and monthly audits.· Conduct risk assessments related to jobs performed (Job Hazard Analysis) and new equipment introductions. Recommend appropriate risk mitigation measures to management, including ergonomic considerations, in all such efforts.· Facilitate incident investigation process.· Maintain accurate daily, weekly and monthly metrics reporting to onsite management teams and corporate based reporting systems.· Maintain required paperwork to comply with Amazon standards.· Provide (or facilitate access to) immediate aid for associates, visitors, vendors, or guests that need assistance, or medical attention.· Enter Safety Incident Information in Metrics database in a timely manner.· Perform Safety Observations & Audits.· Train and assist others (Area Managers, Safety Team Members, etc.) to complete their Safety responsibilities (Audits, Follow Safety Rules, etc.).· Perform Specific Safety Training as required by the Safety Manager.Job Elements (to be performed with or without accommodation)· Must be able to stand/walk for up to 10-12 hours· Walking in the warehouse and around area with great frequency; facilities are over a quarter mile in length· Able to access all areas of building (ascending and descending ladders, stairs, gangways safely and without limitation)· Regular bending, lifting, stretching and reaching both below the waist and above the head· Lift and move totes up to 49 pounds eachBASIC QUALIFICATIONS· A completed Bachelor's Degree will be required prior to starting in rolePREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS· Safety related Degree such as such as Occupational Health & Safety, Health & Safety Management, and Environmental Health & Safety, or a related field is a plus.· Passionate about safety. You have the ability to analyze accident data, new processes, and machinery for potential safety concerns and conduct job hazard and job safety analyses.· Experienced with OSHA regulations (specifically 29 CFR 1910), and Worker’s Compensation case management.· Ability to maintain confidentiality in matters involving security and/or personnel issues.· Enjoy analytical work and using data to provide thought-provoking and workable solutions. Data is what you look to when given a problem to solve.· Prioritize your customers and work as a team to deliver results.· Ability to thrive in an ambiguous environment.Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation www.amazonfulfillmentcareers.com

Amazon Operations: Area Manager 2018 at Amazon

Fri, 04/06/2018 - 03:43
Employer: Amazon - Operations Expires: 04/20/2018 DESCRIPTIONNATIONWIDE LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES!This role will start between January 2018 and September 2018.Are you looking to become a leader in a global operation that has hundreds of leaders and thousands of employees? Would you like the challenge of delivering continuously improved customer experiences to over millions and millions of customers? Could you assume financial responsibility that impacts both the bottom line and shareholder expectations for a growing Fortune 100 corporation? If you want to be involved in continuing to define the future of online retail, and are dynamic and an organized self-starter, join our team in Amazon Operations as an Area Manager—opportunities nationwide!Amazon is looking for college graduates with high potential, who are ready to own their impact in Amazon Operations. We promise you will have your leadership capacity stretched to its full potential. As a front-line leader, you will have an opportunity to truly invest in others and develop a people-focused leadership style, while mastering the tools, processes, and operations that have created the most customer-centric company on Earth.As an Area Manager, you will have the opportunity to OWN YOUR IMPACT by leading and developing your own team of Amazon Associates in a distribution warehouse environment; your main focus will be motivating, mentoring and coaching your team. Engaging with your team during a shift to ensure that the highest levels of safety, quality, attendance performance and engagement are maintained are core functions of the role. As a servant leader, the Area Manager will ensure that their team of Associates have all the tools needed to succeed for any task during a shift. Come learn how the largest online retailer in the world runs its fulfillment and delivery networks!What is fulfillment you ask? Fulfillment is how we refer to completing or fulfilling a customer’s Amazon.com order and the acts of picking, packing, shipping and delivering their order to meet or exceed their expectations!Job Requirements:· Willingness to work weekends, holidays, and/or overnight shifts· Willingness to work overtime both in peak season and as needed· Willingness to relocate nationwide at time of hire (position location is most heavily weighted on business need but will also take into account individual location preference)· Authorized to work in the US without sponsorshipLocations and Placement:· The position will be located in a Fulfillment Center, Sort Center, Delivery Station, or other operations· Locations are nationwide· The position is not a corporate position based out of Seattle, WAKey Responsibilities:· Lead, manage, and develop a team of 50 to 200 Amazon Associates· Communicate policies to Associates and act as the primary information source for the team, maintaining compliance and consistency and taking corrective action when needed· Create, manage and support recognition and communication programs· Support all safety programs and OSHA compliance to ensure a safe work environment for all Associates· Ensure procedures are followed for building security and product loss prevention· Partner with the management team to establish and maintain quality control standards· Develop performance goals and objectives to achieve customer promise expectations and ensure accuracy and qualityJob Elements (to be performed with or without accommodation)· Must be able to stand/walk for up to 10-12 hours· Walking in/ around the warehouse with great frequency; many facilities are over a quarter mile in length· Able to access all areas of building (ascending and descending ladders, stairs, gangways safely and without limitation)· Regular bending, lifting, stretching and reaching both below the waist and above the head· Lift and move totes up to 49 pounds eachBASIC QUALIFICATIONS• A completed Bachelor's Degree will be required prior to starting in rolePREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS• Degree in Business, Operations, Supply Chain, General Management, Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, or a related field• Ability to thrive in an ambiguous environment• Adept at analytical work and the ability to motivate others in a deadline-driven environment• The ability to dive deep into data and provide thought-provoking, workable business solutions• Basic understanding of Lean and Six Sigma (Don’t know but anxious to learn? We’ll teach you!)• Proven track record of taking ownership and driving results• Strong communication skills, both written and verbalAmazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientationwww.amazonfulfillmentcareers.com

Open House - April 11th, 4pm -7pm at ServiceSource

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 22:13
Employer: ServiceSource Expires: 04/12/2018 Please see Open House information in the link below, Come have a good time seeing our wonderful office and meeting our amazing employees.https://www.servicesource.com/careers/job-board?gh_jid=1089029

Customer Support Specialist (Software) at Geriatric Practice Management (GPM)

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 17:13
Employer: Geriatric Practice Management (GPM) Expires: 04/05/2018 The Customer Support Specialist role is an entry level position that delivers comprehensive high-quality technical support to a growing customer base. As a member of the team, you are expected to develop your product knowledge through training, testing, and working with your peers in this customer facing role. You are to deliver top technical and application support that promotes customer satisfaction. This position reports to the Manager – Client Services.Education / Credentials / ExperienceBA/BS degree in Computer Science or equivalent years of experience preferred1-2 years in service desk, customer service or application support experience preferredExcellent listening and negotiation skillsMust be resourceful and able to take initiative in a dynamic environmentAbility to effectively and efficiently troubleshoot technical problemsExcellent verbal and written communication skillsExperience in delivering client-focused solutions based on customer needsExperience with service desk ticketing systems. (Zendesk, RingCentral, Salesforce, SaaS / Cloud Support, Knowledge Base management, and project management a plus)Excellent interpersonal skills, in addition to effective customer interaction skillsExcellent documentation, organizational and administration skillsExcellent analytical skillsAbility to work well under deadlines and in a fast-paced environmentSelf-motivated, self-starter, proactiveGoal and team orientedEssential Duties / ResponsibilitiesResearching, troubleshooting, and resolving issues that our customers have been unable to resolveProvides continual evaluation of processes and procedures.Responsible for suggesting methods to improve area operations, efficiency, and service to customersAbility and willingness to work in an environment providing 24x7 call center support including night and weekend rotationsEscalates urgent problems requiring more in-depth knowledge to appropriate internal resourcesProvide support and training to end customers as necessary for complex discussions that are not within the scope or experience of our customer basePerform customer-focused testing of new release features prior to deploymentProvides suggestions and feedback on internal processes and organization leading to quality softwareMaintains customer confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential and secureDocument problem resolution to further develop internal Knowledge Base and customer administratorsOther duties as assigned

Police Public Records Custodian at City of Madison Human Resources

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 16:32
Employer: City of Madison Human Resources Expires: 04/18/2018 This is responsible supervisory and professional work in the development and implementation of the Police Department's Public Records Unit. As the unit supervisor, the employee will hire, train, assign, direct, evaluate and discipline administrative staff for the Public Records Unit. The Records Custodian will develop, implement and maintain policies, procedures and systems related to the review and the release of public records. The Records Custodian will research and respond to complex and non-routine requests for information. Such work will require extensive research into the various computer systems within the department, and determining whether this information may be released in accordance with Wisconsin Public Records Laws. This work requires exercising considerable judgment and reasoning in the application of department policies and procedures, along with the Wisconsin Public Records Laws. The Records Custodian will maintain the retention schedule for the department and ensure compliance. The employee exercises considerable judgment and discretion in handling extremely sensitive and confidential information, and provides leadership to staff. Work is performed within established guidelines and under the general supervision of the Police Records Manager.

Pollution Control Monitor - IPP at City of Atlanta

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 15:56
Employer: City of Atlanta - Human Resources - Department of Watershed Management Expires: 04/20/2018 Salary Range: $36,500 - $45,600 Posting Expiration Date: April 19, 2018 -- General Description and Classification Standards The purpose of this job is the monitoring of wastewater discharges, to gather data used to insure compliance with City, State and Federal Water Pollution Control Regulations, calculate industrial surcharge rates and provide industrial discharge information for the Water Reclamation Centers (WRC). To investigate and trace spills, illegal dischargers, and accidental discharges that may have entered sewers and streams. Duties include, surcharge calculations, vehicle operation policies, equipment maintenance, full documentation procedures (Pre-Sampling Forms, Inspection Forms), customer interaction (Internal and External), enhanced knowledge of the basins and contact personnel and further working knowledge of all WRC’s, Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO), and trunk lines for pollutant tracking purposes Supervision Received Works under very general supervision. May work independently or with other skilled or semi-skilled workers with responsibility for completion of assigned tasks. Essential Duties & Responsibilities These are typical responsibilities for this position and should not be construed as exclusive or all inclusive. May perform other duties as assigned . Conducting monitoring and/or sampling of industrial users Assist in tracking the sources of illegal, harmful, or excessive waste discharges into the City’s sewer system and surface waters, Assist in responding to hazardous material spills or other emergencies to protect life, property, WRC’s and CSO’s Conduct Pre-sampling inspections of commercial and industrial facilities to insure accurate sampling Prepare various types of reports, correspondence, and related documents such as monthly sampling schedules, active reports, and billing summaries Trained under direct supervision to calculate industrial surcharges Performs special project assignments as required Performs other related duties as required Decision Making Selects from multiple procedures and methods to accomplish tasks. May make purchasing or resource allocation decisions within organization guidelines. Leadership Provided Provides guidance and training as required to lower level employees, interns, temporary employees, etc. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities This is a partial listing of necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job successfully. It is not an exhaustive list. Knowledge of principles, methods, materials, procedures, and equipment used to pretreat and control industrial waste prior to discharge. Working knowledge of the specifications and provisions of industrial discharge permits, applicable pollution control statutes and policies, procedures, and functions of the Division of Industrial Pretreatment. Proficient in sampling and testing methods and procedures, measuring and recording devices and similar equipment used to monitor wastewater. Working knowledge of safety practices involved in sampling wastewater, and safety equipment utilized in working with potentially toxic substances or gases. Expected to be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel and able to assemble information and develop written reports and documents in a clear, concise and effective manner. Also, required to possess good organizational, human relations, and technical skills. Required to develop a high level of knowledge of the City's Code of Ordinances. Minimum Qualifications – Education and Experience2 years of experience in industrial waste inspections, wastewater monitoring, hazardous waste management, industrial waste treatment, and/or compliance activities; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities for this job. Preferred Education & Experience Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Chemistry, or Earth Sciences 2 years of experience in related field. Licensures and Certifications Must possess a valid Georgia Driver’s License. Must be able to pass background check to become a Sworn City of Atlanta Code Enforcement Officer. Wastewater Laboratory Analyst certification and/or Wastewater Operator certification are desirable. Essential Capabilities and Work Environment Required physical, lifting, and sensory capabilities are requirements to perform the job successfully. Typical environmental conditions associated with job. City of Atlanta is an equal opportunity employer.

Sales Relief - Wine/Liquor at The Odom Corporation

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 15:22
Employer: The Odom Corporation Expires: 04/05/2018 Job Details Requisition Number18-0162TitleSales Relief - Wine/LiquorJob TypeFull-Time RegularCitySpokaneStateWADescriptionThis position helps and assists Sales staff to achieve Odom and supplier goals. Cover vacations for sales routes. Provides continuing and conscientious service for each account. Helps to ensure a safe and clean work environment through following the company’s safety policies and procedures. Occasionally a physically demanding position.Essential Duties & Responsibilities include but are not limited to:Selling:• Maximize sales results through effectively pre-planning and executing daily, weekly, and monthly objectives and developing sound knowledge of the products and a working knowledge of competitive products.• Make persuasive presentations, answer questions, overcome objections, and present proof of proposals. • Display or demonstrate product, using samples or catalog, and emphasize salable features. Quote prices and solicit orders with the assistance of a current price book.• Make sales and follow up calls to customer and prospects presenting our brands of products.• Write orders, design displays, and organize on-site promotions.Merchandising:• Understand in-store merchandising principles and effectively apply these principles in assigned retail accounts.• Influence each retail account to use shelf management, cold box, and floor display guidelines to maximize sales opportunities.• Use point-of-sale materials to increase merchandising success.Servicing:• The Sales Representative is responsible for knowing which products each account sells and for keeping all products properly rotated, dusted, rebated, cleaned, and stocked at appropriate levels.• Adhere to company’s professional dress and appearance policy at all times, projecting a positive image of the company and our product line.• Perform job duties in a safe manner; considerate to themselves and to others.Requirements• High school diploma or General Education Degree (GED)preferred; one to two years related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.• Must have valid drivers license, good driving record, proof of auto insurance (SR-22 is not acceptable), and own means of reliable transportation.• Prefer beverage sales and/or merchandising experience, knowledge of local market, customer service skills, and experience in the distribution industry.• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.• Must be self motivated, a self starter, and able to work with very little direct supervision.• Highly organized, with a strong ability to work quickly and accurately while handling competing priorities.Physical Demands• 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. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.• Use of pallet jacks and hand carts are required to load and unload products for use in customer locations.• Frequently lift and/or move 10-25 pounds and occasionally moving/pushing or pulling of up to 250 pounds (loaded hand cart or pallet).• Required to regularly stand, walk, lift product floor to waist, shoulder to overhead, use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Occasionally required to sit, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch.Work Environment• This position will be performed at• The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.• The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate, occasionally high due to outside environmental noises.

Sharepoint Analyst III at Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 14:47
Employer: Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District Expires: 04/19/2018 Job SummaryPerforms design, testing, implementation, maintenance, support and training for SharePoint and web applications. Troubleshoots and performs root cause analysis of identified systems' defects. Leads requirement gathering sessions with business and technical groups. Researches and proposes solutions for site defects, enhancements, and new product solutions. Creates/updates required functional and technical documentation. Develops SharePoint solutions in accordance with departmental standards. Conducts unit and integration testing for all developed/modified websites and web applications. Performs and participates in design and code reviews. Provides ongoing maintenance support for SharePoint Farms, Site Collections, Subsites, Workflows, and Web Applications. Drives efficiencies through optimization and automation. Applies expertise in SharePoint design for complex solutions. Recommends the redesign of sites and Site Collections. Generates technical designs according to documented business needs and participates in design reviews. Designs and implements SharePoint Farms and security. Serves as Subject Matter Expert in two or more business domains. Performs the role of Project Manager or serves as IT representative on company and intra-organizational projects. Coordinates and/or communicates with other organizations for joint efforts. Develops, teaches and helps enforce proper site standards and organization methodologies. Prepares and delivers site presentations to management and end-users. Provides farm architecture guidance and team mentorship. Plans, schedules and directs in-house developed and/or 3rd party system implementations. Essential Job FunctionsResearches and gathers data about existing methodology, problem areas, desired features and enhancements and new system objectives. Designs, develops and tests websites and database solutions. Provides technical support, troubleshooting and problem resolution for production SharePoint sites and web applications, including on-call availability. Provides on-going maintenance support for specifically assigned systems including, but not limited to, upgrading to new releases and installation of patches. Plans, schedules and provides operational procedures and directs system implementation. Gathers and analyzes requirements producing functional and technical specifications. Assists in the development of requests for proposals. Evaluates, tests, implements, maintains, supports and trains end-users for SharePoint sites. Works on various project teams as IT representative or project leader as needed. Applies judgment in devising program logic and selecting and adapting standard programming procedures. Participates in training, seminars and professional meetings to improve technical skills and develop further knowledge. Creates and maintains all required document artifacts (functional, technical and user). Leads and participates in MSD Project Management process and Change Management Process. Investigates and analyzes feasibility of program requirements and develops programming specifications. Responsible for coordinating and monitoring the work of external consultants. Functions as an IT representative with business and external groups. Mentors junior team members. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Necessary to the WorkKnowledge of relational databases (Oracle, SQL Server); knowledge of Microsoft Office and its integration capabilities with SharePoint; knowledge of SharePoint Server, SharePoint Online, Project Server and SharePoint Designer; knowledge of Microsoft SharePoint Architecture; knowledge and understanding of one or more infrastructure technologies such as database, network, security, server, storage, and workstations; skill in configuring enterprise level SharePoint search, Business Intelligence, PerformancePoint and PowerPivot service applications; skill in managing content databases, site quotas and limits; skill in PowerShell scripting; skill in applying security roles within SharePoint; skill in analyzing, designing, installing and configuring SharePoint environments; skill in operating a PC and associated Windows software (e.g. Microsoft Office Suite, etc.); skill in oral and written communication; ability to adapt to changing work environment; ability to exercise judgment and discretion; ability to work in a team environment; ability to resolve problems; ability to maintain confidential information; ability to work under heavy surges in workload and deadline pressure; ability to perform feasibility studies and system analysis; ability to train end-users.Minimum RequirementsBachelor Degree in Computer Science or a related field; ten or more years of related experience; an equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted. Must possess a valid driver's license. Must have safe work and driving habits.  

International Development Communications Intern at Tetra Tech, Inc.

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 14:35
Employer: Tetra Tech, Inc. - Global Services Expires: 04/23/2018 International Development Communications InternTetra Tech is accepting applications for a well-qualified Communications Intern for our International Development Services (IDS) Communications team, based in our Arlington, Virginia office. The Intern will learn more about communications and public relations, marketing, and, positioning and branding the IDS group’s subsidiary companies within the development industry. This internship can help start a successful career in development, building skill sets, expanding networks, and providing real-world experience in this challenging but rewarding work. This position will be based in Tetra Tech’s International Development Services headquarters in Arlington, Virginia. This internship is paid and hours are flexible, between 24-40 per week: duration is at least three months.Application deadline is April 23, 2018, and the Internship will start Monday, June 4, or Monday, June 11, 2018. Responsibilities: * Assist the Outreach and Communications Specialist with coordinating logistics for DC-based events and conferences; * Collaborate on the creation of graphics, artwork and marketing materials as directed; * Order and organize inventory of marketing materials and branded giveaways for the Arlington office; * Support the Outreach and Communications Specialist with generation of social media content from the field which may include developing and publishing creative content for our social media accounts, tracking analytics using KPIs and other measurable digital tools; * Contribute to the development of new website content and refresh existing content on tetratech.com/intdev; * Provide communications assistance to USAID-funded project implementation teams in coordination with other Tetra Tech units as needed; and * Other responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, helping coordinate materials for external and internal events, career fairs; attending meetings and webinars, sharing results; and providing general project support as needed. Qualifications: * Recently completed or in-progress Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in marketing, international relations, public relations, communications, or a related field required; * Demonstrated understanding of, academic excellence in, and desire to pursue a career international development, public relations, communications, or a related field strongly preferred; * Strong experience in Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, and/or video software; * Practical experience using social media and social media analytics tools in a professional environment preferred; * Clear and effective communications and synthesis skills, especially across technologies, cultures, and hierarchies; * Consistently strong organizational skills, follow through, and attention to detail required; * Strong interpersonal skills, energy, and an enthusiastic collaborator; and * Ability to remain poised and focused in a fast-paced environment. Please ensure that all necessary documents are uploaded, as incomplete applications and/or corrupt files may delay processing of your application or remove you from consideration.No phone calls will be accepted.Please indicate where you saw Tetra Tech's ad posted.Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. Our reputation rests on the technical expertise and dedication of our employees—16,000 people working together across disciplines and time zones to provide smart, sustainable solutions for challenging projects. We are proud to be home to leading technical experts in water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development. Tetra Tech combines the resources of a global, multibillion dollar company with local, client-focused delivery in 400 locations around the world. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and are searching for innovative people to join our teams. We are an equal opportunity employer: EOE AA/M/F/Vets/Disability.

Habitat Restoration Intenship at Eagle River Watershed Council

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 14:34
Employer: Eagle River Watershed Council Expires: 04/20/2018 Organization: Eagle River Watershed Council Location: Eagle, Colorado; various project locations throughout Eagle County Title: Habitat Restoration Internship Reports to: Projects and Events Coordinator Employment Status: Part-time, Temporary, Position Position Term: May 1, 2018- September 28, 2018 (dates flexible for the right person) Date Posted: Application Deadline: April 20, 2018 5:00 PM MST Position Description: The Habitat Restoration Intern provides both leadership and support to the restoration projects and volunteer events of Eagle River Watershed Council. The position works with the Projects and Events Coordinator on volunteer coordination, invasive plant removal, restoration project implementation, event planning, data entry and other key administrative duties as needed. Key Responsibilities and Duties: ·        Under the guidance of the Projects and Events Coordinator, coordinate and lead a bi-weekly volunteer program in conjunction with the East Vail Riparian Enhancement Project, Edwards- Eagle River Restoration Project, River Run Restoration Project, Miller Ranch Restoration Project, Turkey and Lime Creek Restoration Project, and Colorado River Restoration and Conservation Project. Volunteer duties may include: noxious weed removal; tree/shrub planting; erosion control; and seeding. ·        Assist in outreach, planning, and coordination of two annual community events: Community Pride Highway Cleanup and Eagle River Cleanup. ·        Assist in planning and implementation of volunteer efforts associated with restoration projects and weed mitigation. ·        Communicate with various volunteer groups to coordinate volunteer days. ·        Assist with summer camp and other environmental education opportunities as they arise. ·        Occasional administrative duties as needed.     Candidate Qualifications: ·        In pursuit of BA/BS in Biological Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Botany, Natural Resource Management, Sustainability Studies, or related field. ·        Demonstrated ability to coordinate and lead groups of people and volunteers in outdoor activities. ·        Excellent oral and written communication skills. Advocates for our rivers   ·        Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel computer programs. ·        Ability to organize and maintain supplies and equipment. ·        Ability to keep accurate records, organize information and prepare written reports. ·        Ability to evaluate conditions and make judgments related to safety. ·        Ability to manage tasks with limited supervision.   Capabilities and Credentials: ·        Valid Driver’s license ·        Use of personal vehicle to commute to various field sites ·        Ability to lift up to 50 lbs ·        Ability to work outdoors, possibly in adverse weather conditions     Specific Job Skills: ·        Knowledge of ecological restoration principles ·        Familiarity with native and non-native plant species in the Rocky Mountain region ·        Familiarity with, or willingness to learn, Colorado water issues ·        Outgoing and friendly personality     Compensation and Benefits: ·        Flexible schedule; 3-4 days per week; negotiable ·        Hourly compensation, DOE. ·        Mileage reimbursements for personal vehicle use on the job ·        3 credits may be possible through Sustainability Studies Program, Colorado Mountain College   Application Process: Please send your resume and cover letter by mail or e-mail to: Michael Pleimling, Projects and Events Coordinator; pleimling@erwc.org or Eagle River Watershed Council ATTN: Michael Pleimling P.O. Box 5740 Eagle, CO 81631

Communications Intern at Public Leadership Education Network

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 14:12
Employer: Public Leadership Education Network Expires: 04/21/2018 PLEN seeks qualified candidates for our Summer Communications Internship. We offer a dynamic environment for interns to develop their professional skills, build their network, and gain experience working at a small nonprofit.RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:Supporting PLEN’s social media and other communications activities and analyzing social media;Updating PLEN’s website;Creating an outreach plan to reach more colleges and universities;Coding, summarizing, and presenting survey results for PLEN’s seminars;Drafting material for PLEN’s newsletter;Promoting PLEN events and seminars through various outlets.QUALIFICATIONS:Excellent attention to detail;Ability to manage projects independently and readiness to assume a high level of responsibility as a member of a team;Excellent problem solving skills;Strong writing skills;Ability to work well in a small office environment;Ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of individuals and groups;Passionate about PLEN’s mission;Enthusiastic and creative;Experienced with social media, editing, or bloggingFamiliarity with WordPress, Excel, Google products, Hootsuite, Canva, Facebook, Twitter, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and/or Salesforce.TO APPLY:Please submit a resume, cover letter, and writing sample (700 words) to plencareers@plen.org with “Summer 2018 Communications Internship” in the subject line. No phone calls please.DEADLINE:Open until position is filled. We encourage early application as screening will be conducted as applications are received.PREFERRED START DATE:May 29, 2018 (or before). 15 to 20 hours/weekBENEFITS:Stipend is available. PLEN encourages interns to attend events in DC during their internship and will be flexible to accommodate those that take place during work hours. Interns are expected to attend PLEN events when possible, including seminars, networking receptions, fundraising events, etc.

SC DHEC Assistant Classification/Compensation Director at The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 14:10
Employer: The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Expires: 04/15/2018 Careers at DHEC: Work that Makes a Difference! Core Values: Pursuing Excellence, Inspiring Innovation, Promoting Teamwork, and Embracing Service The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control is dedicated to helping people live healthy lives in healthy communities. With more than 3,500 employees in 70 offices across the state, S.C. DHEC has a diverse team of employees who are leaders in their fields and share a passion for making a difference. Job Title: Assistant Classification/Compensation Director The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, the state's steward of public health and environmental protection, is actively recruiting for Nutritionist II in Richland County. We would like YOU to join our winning TEAM! A bachelor's degree and three (3) years professional experience in human resources management programs preferably Classification and Compensation. Interested applicants should apply by 04/14/2018. Job Description Highlights: This position counsels and advise Directors, Managers and Employees regarding classification and compensation related issues to ensure compliance with Federal and State law as well as SC DHEC policies and procedures. This position also prepares salary analysis for Directors and Management as well as manages the FTE's and balancing for the Agency. This position will also process New Hires, Reclassifications, Change Sources of Funds, HR actions in SCEIS and other duties as assigned. Required Qualifications: Must have a bachelor's degree Must have three (3) years of professional experience in human resources management programs preferably Classification and Compensation. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office programs. Must have knowledge of the principles and practices of State human resources management. Must have experience in SCEIS (Organizational Management and BEX/Business Objects). Must have experience performing job analysis, market pricing and salary survey participation studies. All interested applicants please apply on our website by copying and pasting the following link: https://tinyurl.com/yavcxxnn To explore other great opportunities with DHEC please click here SC DHEC Careers.

Development Intern at Public Leadership Education Network

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 14:09
Employer: Public Leadership Education Network Expires: 04/21/2018 PLEN seeks qualified candidates for our Summer Development Internship. This position will directly support PLEN’s fundraising efforts. PLEN offers a dynamic environment for interns to develop their professional skills, build their network, and gain experience working at a small nonprofit.RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:Updating and organizing PLEN’s Salesforce database;Assisting with donor research, grant writing, and other fundraising tasks;Helping to plan and execute alumnae, donor, and board of directors events;Processing contributions and donor acknowledgements;Creating and organizing materials for donor meetings.QUALIFICATIONS:Excellent attention to detail;Ability to manage projects independently and readiness to assume a high level of responsibility as a member of a team;Excellent problem solving skills;Strong writing skills;Ability to work well in a small office environment;Ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of individuals and groups;Passionate about PLEN’s mission;An interest in learning about nonprofit operations and fundraising;Advanced Microsoft Office skills, particularly Excel.DEADLINE:Open until position is filled. We encourage early application as screening will be conducted as applications are received.PREFERRED START DATE:May 29, 2018 (or before). 15 to 20 hours/weekBENEFITS:Stipend is available. PLEN encourages interns to attend events in DC during their internship and will be flexible to accommodate those that take place during work hours. Interns are expected to attend PLEN events when possible, including seminars, networking receptions, fundraising events, etc.

Habitat Restoration Intern at Eagle River Watershed Council

Thu, 04/05/2018 - 13:52
Employer: Eagle River Watershed Council Expires: 04/20/2018 Position Description: The Habitat Restoration Intern provides both leadership and support to the restoration projects and volunteer events of Eagle River Watershed Council. The position works with the Projects and Events Coordinator on volunteer coordination, invasive plant removal, restoration project implementation, event planning, data entry and other key administrative duties as needed. Key Responsibilities and Duties: ·        Under the guidance of the Projects and Events Coordinator, coordinate and lead a bi-weekly volunteer program in conjunction with the East Vail Riparian Enhancement Project, Edwards- Eagle River Restoration Project, River Run Restoration Project, Miller Ranch Restoration Project, Turkey and Lime Creek Restoration Project, and Colorado River Restoration and Conservation Project. Volunteer duties may include: noxious weed removal; tree/shrub planting; erosion control; and seeding. ·        Assist in outreach, planning, and coordination of two annual community events: Community Pride Highway Cleanup and Eagle River Cleanup. ·        Assist in planning and implementation of volunteer efforts associated with restoration projects and weed mitigation. ·        Communicate with various volunteer groups to coordinate volunteer days. ·        Assist with summer camp and other environmental education opportunities as they arise. ·        Occasional administrative duties as needed. Candidate Qualifications: ·        In pursuit of BA/BS in Biological Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Botany, Natural Resource Management, Sustainability Studies, or related field. ·        Demonstrated ability to coordinate and lead groups of people and volunteers in outdoor activities. ·        Excellent oral and written communication skills. ·        Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel computer programs. ·        Ability to organize and maintain supplies and equipment. ·        Ability to keep accurate records, organize information and prepare written reports. ·        Ability to evaluate conditions and make judgments related to safety. ·        Ability to manage tasks with limited supervision. Capabilities and Credentials: ·        Valid Driver’s license ·        Use of personal vehicle to commute to various field sites ·        Ability to lift up to 50 lbs ·        Ability to work outdoors, possibly in adverse weather conditions Specific Job Skills: ·        Knowledge of ecological restoration principles ·        Familiarity with native and non-native plant species in the Rocky Mountain region ·        Familiarity with, or willingness to learn, Colorado water issues ·        Outgoing and friendly personality

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