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  • Employer Name:New Western Acquisitions
    Job Title:Investment Sales Associate
    Job ID:55694
    Wage/Salary:Commission Sales
    Employment Start Date:ASAP
    Job Description:The second-fastest growing company in North Texas according to the Dallas Business Journal (2017) seeks an Investment Sales Associate to join our company’s Top-Producing Office. New Western Acquisitions acquires single-family homes and sells them to investors looking to buy, fix and sell or buy, fix and rent these assets for substantial profits. Through comprehensive, one-on-one training we teach agents to buy and sell investment homes and ultimately become investors themselves. New Western’s Fort Worth Office buys more homes than any buyer in Tarrant County. Our established network of investors is bigger than any in the industry while our technology and lead-generation is unsurpassed. While the job is 100% commission-based, commissions are uncapped and agents can expect to earn $60,000+ in year one and $80,000-$150,000++ by year 2. Top performers can expect to obtain management positions within 3 years. If you believe you have what it takes to be a top producer in a fast-paced sales role with unlimited earning potential, please apply. See below for recent media coverage and further information: https://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/news/2017/06/16/national-expansion-puts-irving-firms-110m-profit.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QODEIxJHfQ&t=5s
    Job Category:Accounting, Business Development, Entrepreneurial, Finance, Investment/Asset Management, Marketing - General, Marketing Consulting, Real Estate, Real Estate Sales, Sales, Sales - General, Sales and Marketing
    Post Date:12/08/2017
    Expiration Date:12/22/2017
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  • Employer Name:Crossroads Community Supported Healthcare
    Job Title:Billing Specialist
    Job ID:55693
    Wage/Salary:12-15
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Crossroads Community Supported Healthcare is seeking a Billing Specialist and Clinical Receptionist to join our team and assist our mission in providing affordable and accessible healthcare to people of all income levels in the border region. This Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to crossroadsacu@gmail.com Minimal qualifications: Prior experience in medical billing  Prior experience in providing reception/clerical and improving customer service within health programs Associates Degree or higher Able to work with a variety of computer technology, hardware and software including ipads, tablets, laptops/computers PC and MAC, Microsoft Office, IWork Preferred qualifications: Prior experience in Human Resources or Office Management for a medical office Fluency in writing, speaking in both English and Spanish Prior experience in billing for acupuncture and/or alternative health services Prior experience in grant management and fundraising About Crossroads Acupuncture As a non-profit social enterprise Crossroads Acupuncture makes healthcare accessible and affordable in three ways: Providing low-cost services, training health provides in cost-effective techniques, and helping underserved groups to establish and sustain their own community-supported projects. Learn more. News Articles on Crossroads: Acupuncture for healing in border communities, by Molly Molly on Latina Lista: http://latinalista.com/new-headline/acupuncture-for-healing-in-border-communities Residents in violent border city use acupuncture to cope with trauma, Border News Bureau, by Angela Kocherga. http://www.kvia.com/news/Residents-in-violent-Juarez-Mexico-use-acupuncture-to-cope-with-trauma/16606400 Our clinic in Las Cruces, New Mexico We have a large, growing clinic inside Families and Youth, INC in Las Cruces, NM, and we started in March 2012 in downtown Las Cruces.   We treat a diverse group of people for a variety of medical and mental health issues.  Our clients travel from within a 100-mile radius to receive treatments, including Alamogordo, northern Mexico, El Paso, TX and Truth or Consequences, and we are the only Community Acupuncture clinic within 4 hours of the region.  Our training and consultation program in the border region Through training programs and consultation services, Crossroads and our partner groups have helped provide over 38,000 free treatments in the US/Mexico Border region since 2011. Through this we also have a network of established providers here in the region that offer treatments across a continuum of care, including homeless services, detoxification, domestic violence groups, pastoral care, as well as outpatient mental health, addictions, and veterans care. We offer training in simple, safe Oriental medicine techniques like acudetox and moxa. We work with groups and practitioners at NMSU, FYI, UNM, the St. Luke’s Health Clinic at Community of Hope’s homeless campus in Las Cruces. Intern Acupuncturists will gain experience and training working within this program, as well. Learn more at crossroadsacupuncture.com
    Job Category:Healthcare Management
    Post Date:12/08/2017
    Expiration Date:01/27/2018
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  • Employer Name:Wilson & Company, Inc., Engineers and Architects
    Job Title: Posted Job Title: Civil EIT
    Job ID:55687
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:We are looking for a self starting team player who thrives on problem solving to join our Transportation Group in our Tse Bonito/Rio Rancho, NM offices. The position consists of working closely with the Wilson & Company Project Manager, transportation group staff and the Navajo Division of Transportation (NDOT) Executive Staff to complete roadway design tasks associated with their engineering on-call project. The primary work location for this position is within the Navajo DOT offices located in Tse Bonito, NM (located north of US 264, just 1.5 miles east of the NM/AZ state line). The position will require travel within the Navajo Nation and to the Wilson & Company Albuquerque/Rio Rancho office locations.
    Job Category:Engineering - Civil
    Post Date:12/07/2017
    Expiration Date:01/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC.
    Job Title:Automotive Lead Master Technician / Mechanic - Las Cruces, NM
    Job ID:55685
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Benefits, Privileges and Growth Opportunities! Does being in the middle of the action excite you? It means opening the hood and looking underneath to find what is going on. With us, you'll use your technical training, your real-world experience and your problem-solving abilities to provide the solutions that keep customer's vehicles in top shape. All that raw steel and synthetics on the lift is your canvas. Many moving parts are joined together to form a vehicle that gets people from point A to point B, and you're one of the few in the world with the unique skills and dedicated craftsmanship to put this beast back on the road. If this defines your success, we want you to work in our shop. At Bridgestone we offer the most competitive development program in the industry designed with one thing in mind...YOU! Whether it's the opportunity to work with the widest variety of vehicles, the newest equipment, or leverage our comprehensive ASE certification and training program you'll have no trouble finding something to love about growing your career with Bridgestone Retail Operations. Come serve our customer, aka the BOSS, today! Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC employs over 22,000 teammates in North America and operates more than 2,200 company-owned stores. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, and Wheel Works. AUTOMOTIVE LEAD MASTER TECHNICIAN / MECHANIC - Las Cruces, NM Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career! Or Text Bridgestone to 97211 Position Summary We need your experience and technical expertise. You have worked hard to get to where you are but it is about more than just fixing cars. Bridgestone Retail Operations is seeking candidates who can diagnose drivability, electrical, and whose leadership can increase customer care and satisfaction. Your knowledge of the automotive industry is EXACTLY what the customer needs. If you're looking to set the pace, mentor the team, and continue to grow your career apply today! Job Responsibilities • Diagnose and repair to specifications - brake and hydraulic, exhaust, primary and/or advanced fuel ignition and electrical, suspension and alignment, air conditioning and computer systems. • Adequately explain technical diagnoses and needed repairs to non-mechanical individuals which may include employees and customers on an as-required basis. • Continuously learn new technical information and techniques in formal training sessions in order to stay abreast with rapidly changing automotive technology. • Assist fellow technicians/mechanics in performing technical activities. • Keep store management aware of mechanical repair problems as they occur. • Maintain an organized and neat bay. • Adhere to all company policy, procedure, safety and environmental rules. Our Lead Master Technicians are expected to help provide thought leadership, mentoring, and on-the-job training for other Automotive Technicians at your location. Company Overview We Promise to Care We understand that we offer more than just car service. We rescue people from bad days and we offer solutions for difficult situations. We are people of integrity and we believe that fundamental honesty is the keystone of our business. We are committed to doing the hard work necessary to earn the loyalty of our teammates and our customers by providing a positive experience every time. We are proud and passionate to represent the brand of Bridgestone. Every day, in every store, with every teammate and every customer.... We promise to care! Our Purpose: To be the most trusted provider of automotive care in every neighborhood we serve. Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. Over 100 years of success in both the tire and auto repair industry. Bridget Reyes 909 576-7786 *Career Keywords: motor, chassis, repair, automotive, mechanic, engine, auto, diesel mechanic, automotive mechanic, auto tech, ASE, A.S.E., car repair, auto repair, lead technician, master technician, master tech, ase tech, a tech, a technician, Tire Maintenance Technician, A Tech, Firestone Complete Auto Care, Firestone, Bridgestone, automotive technician, automotive careers
    Job Category:Automotive
    Post Date:12/07/2017
    Expiration Date:01/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:Office of the Colorado State Public Defender
    Job Title:Licensed Social Worker (LSW), Juvenile Defense
    Job ID:55684
    Wage/Salary:$3,974 Monthly
    Employment Start Date:January
    Job Description:DESCRIPTION OF THE JOB: Public Defender Social Workers serve as part of the juvenile defense team, under the specific direction and instruction of the attorney; and as such, are bound by the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct including rules regarding the attorney-client privilege and client confidentiality. The position of Licensed Social Worker (LSW) requires the application of fundamental theories of psychosocial variables, evidence-based theory and practice to assist in identifying the presence of physical or mental health impairments, substance abuse issues, family or other social history patterns that impact the juvenile’s behavior and development. Under the direction and in support of the defense attorney and as an advocate for the juvenile, social workers conduct assessments and compile psychosocial histories to develop recommendations concerning pretrial release, detention, case preparation, alternative placements, treatment, and sentencing and post-sentencing options. Typical responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Conducts assessments to identify, interpret and document symptoms of behavioral, physical or mental health issues; developmental disabilities; substance abuse; or, other issues potentially influencing the juvenile’s development, personality or behavior. • Interviews the juvenile, family members, friends and others, which requires the ability to elicit sensitive and confidential information such as, family and social history, psychosocial influences and patterns in the juvenile’s life, socio/cultural/economic status, gang involvement and gender issues. Interviews may be conducted outside normal office hours and in various locations including residences or detention facilities. • Reviews arrest reports, juvenile screening team reports and other relevant records and information to address pretrial release or detention concerns. • Compiles and prepares reports on psychosocial histories and other information as required. • Assists in developing recommendations for appropriate pretrial release, detention, treatment options, conditions of probation or diversion and sentencing and post-sentencing options, if adjudicated. • Participates in pretrial, adjudication and sentencing hearings as requested by the defense attorney; prepares reports and provides information and support, as required. • Keeps current on statewide resources available and relevant to the individual needs of the juvenile. • At the direction of the defense attorney, obtains and reviews records, evaluations or reports and analyzes the significance of information relevant to the juvenile’s case and circumstances. Documents and organizes digital and physical files of information collected. • May assist the defense attorney in locating medical or mental health experts, exchanging relevant information and interpreting evaluation findings. • May supervise and mentor student interns enrolled in a graduate-level social work program.
    Job Category:Social Work
    Post Date:12/06/2017
    Expiration Date:01/01/2018
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  • Employer Name:Progressive Residential Services of NM
    Job Title:Registered Nurse (RN)
    Job ID:55679
    Wage/Salary:FT Salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:POSITION SUMMARY: The RN Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for supervising all medical service related programs and providing clinical support and consultation to agency management and supervisory staff. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. Must have the ability to be on call 24 hours/7 days. Must have availability to travel between program sites. Maintain a current awareness of agency goals, personnel policies and operational procedure. Interact with Directors and Management to prepare for accreditation, licensing reviews, surveys etc. Supervise the LPN’s as indicated in Nursing Practice Act. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Interact with Directors, Administrative and Management employees to design and implement programs that result in improved quality of care and fiscal responsibility for the agency. 2. Serve as liaison between Management and the Executive Team to ensure open and efficient communications. 3. Must be able to administer medication and treatments in accordance with nursing standards. 4. Must be able to order medication and supplies as needed. 5. Must be able to assess individual receiving services’ health status and reaction to drugs and treatments and communication with physician or appropriate person as needed. 6. Maintain an appropriate level of interaction within all agency medical areas to ensure services are continually enhanced and established. 7. Must be able to maintain and review individual receiving services records and pertinent information. Must be able to document observations and assessments in designated medical records and nursing notes. 8. Must be able to assist in formulating and implementing health and hygiene goals in the ISP and provide health related teaching as indicated. 9. Must be able to attend meetings as required by funding source. 10. Provide oversight of and support to all agency medical service locations, ensuring the appropriate personnel is maintained as required by funding sources the proper medical equipment is procured to ensure quality care at medically involved locations. 11. Ensures employees are provided in-service, training and other forms of continuing education to ensure they maintain the ability to provide medical services as required. 12. Maintains required medical certification and licenses ensuring knowledge remains current to provide consultation and expertise in all agency medical areas. 13. Performs all other duties as assigned by the President/CEO.
    Job Category:Nursing
    Post Date:12/06/2017
    Expiration Date:01/31/2018
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  • Employer Name:Denver Public Schools
    Job Title:Teacher- Denver Fellows Residency
    Job ID:55678
    Wage/Salary:$21,000/yr
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION The mission of the Denver Fellows program is to close the opportunity gap by providing small group math and literacy instruction for our highest needs students in order to accelerate their academic growth in preparation for college and career. WHAT YOU WILL DO The Denver Fellow Residency is a prestigious program designed for those interested in becoming teachers. It offers an opportunity to get a Colorado Initial Teacher Licensure and a Master of Arts in Teaching while working in Denver Public Schools. Fellow Residents spend the first year of the program working with small groups of students while being supported by an experienced teacher. They then move into teaching full sized classes in the second year. During both years of the fellowship, Fellow Residents enroll as graduate students at Relay. Relay graduate students begin coursework the summer before the school year begins. Once the school year starts, graduate students attend in-person sessions one evening and one afternoon per week. While Residents attend classes in-person each month, approximately 40% of the Relay program is completed online. They receive professional development and coaching from the Relay faculty, and will receive their teacher license at the end of the first year of the program. At the successful conclusion of the two-year residency, Fellow Residents will earn their Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT). Fellow Residents also: • Build strong relationships with a cohort of students and leverage those relationships to increase student engagement and achievement • Identify gaps in student understanding and work with students on the mastery of math or reading material • Create a culture of high academic and behavioral expectations for all students • Use grade level lesson plans in order to support what students are learning in their classes • Work with students to set and track progress toward short term and long term goals • Conduct positive phone calls home to update families on student progress • Actively participate in program-wide professional development as well as targeted individual coaching and development YOU WILL GAIN • A salary of $21,000 as a fellow • Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) upon completion of the program • Eligibility for licensure in one of the following endorsement areas after completion of the program: Elementary Education (K-6), Secondary Math (7-12), or Secondary ELA (7-12) • Medical, vision and dental benefits options • A potential $5,920 AmeriCorps education award • Student Loan forbearance • Eligibility for additional scholarships at leading colleges and graduate schools ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS • A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education • Cumulative undergraduate (or Masters, JD, PhD, if applicable) grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale (applicants with a G.P.A. between 2.75 and 3.0 may be considered for admission by submitting an additional letter of recommendation that explains their qualifications for admission to Relay) • Robust content knowledge, as demonstrated by one of the following: o A major in, or closely related to, the intended teaching field o A passing score on the appropriate PLACE or Praxis II Content test. o 24 semester hours of relevant college-level coursework, pursuant to CDE content area worksheet requirements DIVERSITY Denver Fellows employees team members from all races, ethnicities, economic backgrounds, sexual orientations, genders, physical abilities, political and religious beliefs. Increasing the diversity of our fellow corps and team is critical to our ability to close opportunity gaps and provide a high quality experience for our students. We value each individual who commits to a serve our students and who is working toward our common mission and vision. At the same time, we place a particular emphasis on a fellow corps and team that reflects the racial and economic backgrounds of the students we serve. In terms of race we place significant focus on ensuring the representation of Latino and African American individuals given that more than 90% of the students we serve share these backgrounds. More information on our student population and our commitment to diversity can be found on our website. DENVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS Denver Public Schools is committed to meeting the educational needs of every student with great schools in every neighborhood. Our goal is to provide every child in Denver with rigorous, enriching educational opportunities from preschool through high school graduation. DPS is comprised of 185 schools, including traditional, magnet, charter and pathways schools, with an enrollment of 88,000 students. Of those, 58% of the school district’s enrollment is Hispanic, 20% is Caucasian, and 15% is African American. Seventy-two percent of the district’s students qualify for free and reduced lunch. Denver Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, or any other status protected by law or regulation. It is our intention that all qualified applicants be given equal opportunity and that selection decisions be based on job-related factors. www.DenverFellows.com
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:12/06/2017
    Expiration Date:01/05/2018
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  • Employer Name:Denver Public Schools
    Job Title:Educator- Denver Math and Literacy Fellows 2018-2019 and Current
    Job ID:55677
    Wage/Salary:$21,000/yr
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION The mission of the Denver Fellows program is to close the opportunity gap by providing small group math and literacy instruction for our highest needs students in order to accelerate their academic growth in preparation for college and career. WHAT YOU WILL DO Fellows serve full-time for an entire school year. They work with small groups of no more than four students at a time. As a fellow, you will help students by building strong relationships, individualizing lesson plans using provided curriculum, planning activities that help fill in academic gaps and support grade level instruction, as well as provide mentoring. Fellows also: • Identify gaps in student understanding and work with students on the mastery of math or reading material. • Create a culture of high academic and behavioral expectations for all students. • Use grade level lesson plans in order to support what students are learning in their classes. • Work with students to set and track progress toward short term and long term goals. • Actively participate in professional development activities necessary to successfully carry out job-related duties. • Meet with Fellow Coordinator in order to receive coaching and feedback. • Conduct positive phone calls home to update families on student progress. YOU WILL GAIN • A salary of $21,000 per year • Medical, vision and dental benefits options • A potential AmeriCorps education award eligibility • Student Loan forbearance • Eligibility for additional scholarships at leading colleges and graduate schools DIVERSITY Denver Fellow positions are an ideal service year for recent college graduates from any major, career changers considering teaching and retirees from a range of fields. Fellows come from all across the country and world to participate. We value team members from all races, ethnicities, economic backgrounds, sexual orientations, genders, physical abilities, political and religious beliefs. Increasing the diversity of our fellow corps and team is critical to our ability to close opportunity gaps and provide a high quality experience for our students. We value each individual who commits to a service year with Denver Fellows and is a member of our team working toward a common mission and vision. At the same time, we place a particular emphasis on a fellow corps and team that reflects the racial and economic backgrounds of the students we serve. In terms of race we place significant focus on ensuring the representation of Latino and African American individuals given that more than 90% of the students we serve share these backgrounds. More information on our student population and our commitment to diversity can be found on our website. OPTION TO PURSUE A CAREER IN TEACHING In partnership with the Relay Graduate School of Education, the Denver Fellow Residency program allows for aspiring teachers to earn a master’s degree in teaching and a Colorado teaching certificate while working with some of our highest needs students. This prestigious, paid, two-year fellowship immerses Fellows in intensive training through coursework and deliberate practice with a gradual on-ramp into teaching. Supported by an experienced teacher, fellows work with small groups of students before stepping into the classroom full-time during their second year of the program. If you're interested in this opportunity, please indicate so on the interest form on our website. Positions available for the 2018-2019 school year. DENVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS Denver Public Schools is committed to meeting the educational needs of every student with great schools in every neighborhood. Our goal is to provide every child in Denver with rigorous, enriching educational opportunities from preschool through high school graduation. DPS is comprised of 185 schools, including traditional, magnet, charter and pathways schools, with an enrollment of 88,000 students. Of those, 58% of the school district’s enrollment is Hispanic, 20% is Caucasian, and 15% is African American. Seventy-two percent of the district’s students qualify for free and reduced lunch. Denver Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, or any other status protected by law or regulation. It is our intention that all qualified applicants be given equal opportunity and that selection decisions be based on job-related factors. www.DenverFellows.com
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:12/06/2017
    Expiration Date:01/05/2018
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  • Employer Name:Denver Public Schools
    Job Title:Instructor- Denver Math Fellows Current Openings
    Job ID:55676
    Wage/Salary:$21,000/yr
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION The mission of the Denver Fellows program is to close the opportunity gap by providing small group math and literacy instruction for our highest needs students in order to accelerate their academic growth in preparation for college and career. WHAT YOU WILL DO Fellows serve full-time for an entire school year. They work with small groups of no more than four students at a time. As a fellow, you will help students by building strong relationships, individualizing lesson plans using provided curriculum, planning activities that help fill in academic gaps and support grade level instruction, as well as provide mentoring. Fellows also: • Identify gaps in student understanding and work with students on the mastery of math or reading material. • Create a culture of high academic and behavioral expectations for all students. • Use grade level lesson plans in order to support what students are learning in their classes. • Work with students to set and track progress toward short term and long term goals. • Actively participate in professional development activities necessary to successfully carry out job-related duties. • Meet with Fellow Coordinator in order to receive coaching and feedback. • Conduct positive phone calls home to update families on student progress. WHY MATH This is a subject area where there is always a high need for teachers and support staff. Many people feel as though they do not have the backgrounds that prepare them for a position like this, but often it is those who struggled in math while in school that make the biggest impact with students. You will be working with students who are preforming below grade level, often working on elementary level math or early algebra skills. YOU WILL GAIN • A salary of $21,000 per year • Medical, vision and dental benefits options • A potential AmeriCorps education award eligibility • Student Loan forbearance • Eligibility for additional scholarships at leading colleges and graduate schools DIVERSITY Denver Fellow positions are an ideal service year for recent college graduates from any major, career changers considering teaching and retirees from a range of fields. Fellows come from all across the country and world to participate. We value team members from all races, ethnicities, economic backgrounds, sexual orientations, genders, physical abilities, political and religious beliefs. Increasing the diversity of our fellow corps and team is critical to our ability to close opportunity gaps and provide a high quality experience for our students. We value each individual who commits to a service year with Denver Fellows and is a member of our team working toward a common mission and vision. At the same time, we place a particular emphasis on a fellow corps and team that reflects the racial and economic backgrounds of the students we serve. In terms of race we place significant focus on ensuring the representation of Latino and African American individuals given that more than 90% of the students we serve share these backgrounds. More information on our student population and our commitment to diversity can be found on our website. DENVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS Denver Public Schools is committed to meeting the educational needs of every student with great schools in every neighborhood. Our goal is to provide every child in Denver with rigorous, enriching educational opportunities from preschool through high school graduation. DPS is comprised of 185 schools, including traditional, magnet, charter and pathways schools, with an enrollment of 88,000 students. Of those, 58% of the school district’s enrollment is Hispanic, 20% is Caucasian, and 15% is African American. Seventy-two percent of the district’s students qualify for free and reduced lunch. Denver Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, or any other status protected by law or regulation. It is our intention that all qualified applicants be given equal opportunity and that selection decisions be based on job-related factors. www.DenverFellows.com
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:12/06/2017
    Expiration Date:01/05/2018
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  • Employer Name:Mutual of Omaha
    Job Title:Financial Advisor
    Job ID:55675
    Wage/Salary:40,000
    Employment Start Date:01/01/2018
    Job Description:A Career With Us Will Provide You With • A marketing plan we help you customize to build your brand effectively • A comprehensive training program focused on people and marketing strategy • Financial support during your early years to help you build your business • Compete with our elite and score trips to awesome places like Hawaii, Beijing and Munich, Germany Realize Your Potential Being a Mutual of Omaha advisor is a challenging yet rewarding experience. Right away, you'll meet prospects with your manager or another mentor to learn the business the right way. This joint work will allow you to see what it takes to be successful and you can also start building relationships with your peers. Start making a name for yourself by creating a solid marketing plan, positioning yourself effectively in the community and on social media. Speak passionately to people about helping them provide for their families for the rest of their lives. We will encourage you to become a student of the industry so that you can use your expertise to help people in a way others can't. Start your way down a path that includes partnering with our broker dealer, Mutual of Omaha Investor Services, to help people obtain their wealth accumulation goals by offering them a wide range of insurance and investment products. Getting started the right way is the key to success, and we will have specific goals for you during your first three years. We're in the business of developing management talent, and it all starts here. Later, you may have a shot at leading your own team if you feel you have what it takes. Set an example for others with your hard work, determination and love for inspiring colleagues. We're Looking For People With • An appetite for success and natural leadership ability Our best advisors make an impact with their clients and with their colleagues. We believe in a grassroots approach, developing you into a mentor and ambassador for our company • Charisma and strong conversational skills Above all else, this is a people business. Developing rapport with people easily is one of the main keys to success. You're going to need to invest a lot of energy into connecting with lots of different people, and we need people that can do it effectively • Really thick skin and a motor that doesn't stop If this were easy, everyone would do it. If you love chasing the finish line, and are motivated by setting your sights on ever-increasing goals, this is for you • An entrepreneurial spirit and the solid determination to run their own business We want someone that possesses business savvy skills and can make smart decisions. Our advisors are also backed by an extensive support network in our home office. If you bring your A-game every day, the home office promises to bring theirs
    Job Category:Finance, Financial Analysis/Research, Financial Consulting, Financial Planning, Financial/Insurance Sales, Insurance Broker/Underwriter/Claims, Insurance Underwriting & Claims
    Post Date:12/05/2017
    Expiration Date:02/01/2018
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  • Employer Name:KOAT-TV
    Job Title:Operations Technician
    Job ID:55674
    Wage/Salary:hourly
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:KOAT-TV has an opening for an experienced broadcast Operations Technician. Day to day engineering operations functions include, but are not limited to, media management of items for broadcast, shading of television cameras, operate ENG and SNG receive equipment for Newscast, operate audio control consoles, file preparation and ingest equipment, various switching communications gear, ENG van, and any other television related equipment as assigned. They will also assist with IT management and assist users with computer and connectivity issues and also proactively participate in training other operators in all skill sets. Engineering Operating Technicians may also perform routine maintenance tasks as assigned. This position supports all station efforts in-house and on remote location. Job Responsibilities: • Shade studio cameras for newscast and special events. • Operate satellite and ENG receivers for acquisition of live microwave and satellite signals for news operations. • Cover master control duties as needed and assist in the file management of all digital assets. • Perform routine maintenance of file servers to keep content up to date and purge unneeded content as necessary. • Have computer skill and familiarity with current Internet technology including downloading of materials for promos and commercial client spots. • Work as needed in control room in technical positions (including camera control and audio) • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Engineering and Assistant Chief Engineer.
    Job Category:Communication
    Post Date:12/05/2017
    Expiration Date:01/04/2018
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  • Employer Name:New Mexico Voices for Children
    Job Title:Research and Policy Analyst
    Job ID:55672
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:January 2, 2018
    Job Description:Job Role: Serves as a research and policy analyst for New Mexico Voices for Children in focus areas determined by the organization’s leadership, priority policy agenda, and grant requirements. Uses quantitative and qualitative methods to help NM Voices better advocate for equitable opportunities for children and families. Provides key findings and works within the organization’s processes to develop related policy recommendations to support the organization’s policy priorities. Core Competencies:  Competency in designing methods for research and analysis.  Ability to accomplish research independently and collaboratively with other NM Voices staff.  Ability to write and speak effectively to communicate research findings to diverse audiences  Ability to build and maintain positive relationships with diverse communities, funders and partners of the organization.  Understanding of report development and grant deliverables.  Knowledge of current trends in research and public policy that affect the health and well-being of children and their families. Key Requirements: 1. Conducting research and analysis that has been approved by the Deputy Director and supports the organization’s priority policy agenda, partnerships, and grant deliverables. 2. Effectively working with partner organizations and communicating with communities of color. 3. Having the willingness and means to travel throughout New Mexico to build and strengthen partnerships, and engage communities of color. Key Responsibilities: 1. SUPPORT OF THE ORGANIZATION Contribute to the overall sustainability of the organization through:  Supporting its vision, mission, children’s charter and core values;  Efficiently meeting deadlines, following through on assignments, showing initiative, and taking direction;  Supporting teamwork through effective interpersonal communication with colleagues and co-workers, supporting planned events, and seeking out funding sources; and,  Representing the organization and its work with staff and stakeholders alike in a positive, professional and non-partisan manner. 2. RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS Follow the organization’s established processes to conduct research and analysis that align with the organization’s priority policy agenda and as determined by leadership. Produce findings and develop reports within timelines as required by grants, and as requested by stakeholders and leadership. Keep current in trends in research and public policy that affect the health and well-being of children. 3. PUBLIC AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS Serve as liaison to partners and other collaborative groups as determined by leadership. Build and maintain positive relationships, attend meetings, communicate approved recommendations and strategies, and represent the organization in a non-partisan manner. Provide timely information and communication as requested by partners. 4. OTHER DUTIES Assist the Deputy Director and the Executive Director in report writing, grant writing, fund development, and other duties as assigned.
    Job Category:Research, Research/Policy
    Post Date:12/05/2017
    Expiration Date:12/15/2017
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  • Employer Name:UCOR
    Job Title:Senior Accountant
    Job ID:55670
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Duties: • Under limited supervision, performs accounting assignments requiring diversified experience, theoretical knowledge and skill. • Maintains accounting, financial, timekeeping, or tax records, establishing or revising controls as needed. • Examines a variety of recording and reporting documents and summaries to verify accuracy and conformance with specific functional, corporate, contract, government, or professional accounting requirements. • Demonstrates competence in most aspects of the job and the ability to identify and solve difficult problems. • May provide technical guidance, direction and/or training to accounting personnel. • May assemble and prepare monthly financial reports and other technical reports as needed. • Assists in the development and installation of difficult systems. • Assists in maintaining the general ledger and subsidiary systems. • Assists in the management and control of accounting data systems. • Maintains good communication with engineers, accountants, purchasing personnel, and various administrative staff, as well as clients, vendors, and subcontractors. • Prepare long-term cash forecasts. • Reviews and signs vouchers for accounts payable. • May perform other duties, as the supervisor may deem necessary. • Supports the LEAN Program by identifying and working to eliminate waste from work processes.
    Job Category:Accounting
    Post Date:12/05/2017
    Expiration Date:01/04/2018
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  • Employer Name:USDA FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE
    Job Title:Agricultural Economist
    Job ID:55668
    Wage/Salary:$54,972 to $103,639 per year
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Summary These positions are located in the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Global Analysis (OGA). The Global Commodity Analysis Division (GCAD) develops, coordinates and prepares short-term, global agricultural commodity analysis and reports for publication containing timely and reliable market information and data on production, consumption, trade, stocks and prices. The Division provides the technical, market/commodity analysis support to the World Agricultural Outlook Board in maintaining the integrity and reliability of USDA’s commodity supply-demand database. The Division also prepares timely estimates and analytical market reports for senior Agency and Department policy makers in support of USDA export programs, trade policies and market access issues. The Global Policy Analysis Division (GPAD) supports the Agency with timely analysis of agricultural trade-related issues. These positions will serve to independently collect, review, evaluate and analyze foreign economic data and market information on the supply, demand, trade and prices of specified agricultural commodities as they impact U.S. export prospects. In addition to performing complex, technical commodity analysis, incumbent is expected to have the systemic expertise to develop and maintain PS&D databases, oversee data integrity and help with the preparation and clearance of scheduled, published market reports. The incumbent can also expect to provide economic analysis and evaluation of trade policies and practices affecting the U.S. agriculture, agri-business, and agricultural-related products. Specifically, the position will be responsible for any of the following: developing, coordinating, and preparing analysis, forecasts and publications on global agricultural commodities, including world market prices; developing, coordinating, and preparing analysis, papers, briefings and strategy on market access issues, such as tariffs, tariff-rate quotas, licensing, and food safety and animal disease outbreaks; developing, coordinating, and preparing analysis for market development programs, trade capacity programs, and U.S. subsidy programs. Salary Information: First time hires to the Federal government normally start at the lowest rate of the salary range.
    Job Category:Agriculture
    Post Date:12/05/2017
    Expiration Date:12/11/2017
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  • Employer Name:Magellan Health
    Job Title:Military & Family Life Counselor
    Job ID:55665
    Wage/Salary:Will be discussed
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:*Travel expenses/relocation assistance up to $10,000 may be available Magellan Health is seeking licensed clinicians to work as Adult, Child and Youth Behavioral and School Counselors with the Military & Family Life Counseling (MFLC) Program at Cannon Air Force Base, Holloman Air Force, and numerous other military installations across the Southwest and the United States. Candidates must be licensed to work at the independent practice level (LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, etc.) *Military spouses are eligible to work in most states under their current license for up to 1 year Job Summary: Primary responsibility of providing the full breadth of MFLC counseling services to military service members and their families at military installations. These services include non-medical, short term, walk around counseling, training/health and wellness presentations, provision of health fairs, and consultation to installation command regarding behavioral health issues. The counselors work closely with the installation and military branch Points of Contact (POCs) to assure that the program is provided within scope and meets the needs of the installation.
    Job Category:Counseling & Psychology
    Post Date:12/05/2017
    Expiration Date:01/04/2018
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  • Employer Name:University Of New Mexico (UNM)
    Job Title:Dir,Business Opns/Lg Branch
    Job ID:55660
    Wage/Salary:$5687.64 To $8531.47 Monthly
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The University of New Mexico has established branch colleges to serve the citizens of New Mexico and to provide the highest quality of education for students pursuing post-secondary education at different locations throughout the state. UNM Gallup is one of five two-year branch campuses of UNM that is located approximately 135 miles west of Albuquerque and the main UNM Campus. UNM Gallup is designated as a Minority-Serving Institution by the U.S. Department of Education. The enrollment of approximately 2,500 students includes one of the largest percentages of Native American student populations of any non-tribal college in the United States. The UNM Gallup campus is in search of a Director of Business Operations which reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer of the campus. The Director of Business Operations is the College's Chief Financial Officer with overall responsibilities for leadership and administration of finance and administration. The position manages and coordinates the financial/fiscal operations including development and administration of capital and/or operating budgets and expenditures, management of financial control systems, management of capital and operating expenditures and fiscal systems, provides leadership and direction in the generation and development of revenue sources, perform cost and productivity analyses, manage contractual agreements and leased properties, direct and oversee planning, development and administration of all business/commercial activities, programs, auxiliary enterprises, inventory control, and services. Establishes and implements short- and long-range organizational planning and objectives, strategic plans, policies and operating procedures; including implementing programmatic and operational effectiveness of the Business Office, Bursar's Office, College Bookstore, Campus Safety, Human Resources, Information Technology, and Physical Plant.
    Job Category:Finance
    Post Date:12/04/2017
    Expiration Date:01/12/2018
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  • Employer Name:PAGE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
    Job Title:Speech Language Pathologist
    Job ID:55659
    Wage/Salary:Professional Salary Schedule
    Employment Start Date:Immediately
    Job Description:PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: Work with teachers, parents, administrators to identify children with potential communication disorders Assess, test, and diagnose communication disorders in children Plan and recommend intervention activities for communication disorders Work with children to teach them how to speak and listen effectively and how to overcome the effects of communication disorders Work with administrators and teachers to implement effective instructional approaches in the students' regular classroom Ensure all testing information is in the MET document in IEPPRO and available to other team members 24 hours prior to a MET meeting Submit finalized written reports and protocols within 10 working days of eligibility (MET) meeting. Attend IEP and MET meetings Write and update observable, measurable, and attainable goals for students eligible for speech/language services. Input student's present levels of academic and functional performance into the IEP Provide speech and language therapy to students as described in the IEP Work with SLP Assistants as needed Experience & exposure with augmentative speech devices and programs Monitor and document the child's progress. Document contact and therapy logs. Conduct informational sessions and workshops with parents, teachers and administrators. Work with parents and teachers to insure carry-over of the intervention program at home and in the classroom Submit monthly Medicaid logs To remain current on the development and effectiveness of assistive technology devices. To serve children from age 3 to 21 in all educational institutions within the Page Unified School District Other related duties as assigned The District reserves the right to amend this job description as necessary
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:12/04/2017
    Expiration Date:03/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:PAGE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
    Job Title:Middle School Language Arts English Teacher
    Job ID:55658
    Wage/Salary:Certified Salary Schedule
    Employment Start Date:Immediately
    Job Description:The job of "Middle School Language Arts Teacher" is done for the purpose/s of developing students' academic skills through academic courses of study and implementing the district approved curriculum, documents teaching and student progress/activities/outcomes, addresses specific educational needs of students, provides a safe and optimal learning environment, and provides feedback to students, parents and administration regarding student progress, expectations, goals, etc.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:12/04/2017
    Expiration Date:03/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:PAGE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
    Job Title:Middle School Social Studies Teacher
    Job ID:55657
    Wage/Salary:Certified Salary Schedule
    Employment Start Date:Immediately
    Job Description:The job of "Middle School Social Studies Teacher" is done for the purpose/s of developing students' academic skills through academic courses of study and implementing District approved curriculum; documenting teaching and student progress/activities/outcomes; addressing specific educational needs of students; providing a safe and optimal learning environment, and providing feedback to students, parents and administration regarding student progress, expectations, goals, etc.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:12/04/2017
    Expiration Date:03/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:PAGE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
    Job Title:High School SPED English Teacher
    Job ID:55656
    Wage/Salary:Certified Salary Schedule
    Employment Start Date:Immediately
    Job Description:The job of "High School Special Education English Teacher" is done for the purpose of developing students' academic skills through academic courses of study and implementing District approved curriculum; documenting teaching and student progress/activities/outcomes; addressing specific educational needs of students; providing a safe and optimal learning environment, and providing feedback to students, parents and administration regarding student progress, expectations, goals, etc.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:12/04/2017
    Expiration Date:03/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:PAGE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
    Job Title:Middle School SPED Resource Teacher
    Job ID:55654
    Wage/Salary:Certified Salary Schedule
    Employment Start Date:Immediately
    Job Description:The job of "Resource SPED - Middle School" is done for the purpose/s of facilitating student success in academic and interpersonal skills through academic courses of study and implementing District approved curriculum; documenting teaching and student progress/activities/outcomes; addressing specific needs of students; providing a safe and optimal learning environment and providing feedback to students, parents and administration regarding student progress, expectations, goals, etc.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:12/04/2017
    Expiration Date:03/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:PAGE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
    Job Title:Elementary Teacher
    Job ID:55653
    Wage/Salary:Certified Salary Schedule
    Employment Start Date:07/31/2017
    Job Description:The job of "Elementary Teacher" is done for the purpose/s of developing students' academic skills through academic courses of study and implementing District approved curriculum; documenting teaching and student progress/activities/outcomes; addressing specific educational needs of students; providing a safe and optimal learning environment, and providing feedback to students, parents and administration regarding student progress, expectations, goals, etc.
    Job Category:Education, Education - Early Childhood
    Post Date:12/04/2017
    Expiration Date:03/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:PAGE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
    Job Title:High School ED-P Self Contained Teacher
    Job ID:55652
    Wage/Salary:Certified Salary Schedule
    Employment Start Date:Immediately
    Job Description:Develop, access and implement the following supports according to federal, state and district policies: Emotionally Disabled Self Contained Placement (ED-P) Program School site based self-contained behavior support program Outside agency collaborations (therapeutic group homes, outpatient/inpatient mental health, etc.) Develop and implement academic services and curriculum; therapeutic services and Curriculum; security protocol; crisis intervention; transportation; and staff training for ED Program with ED Services Director/Site Principals. Implement AB instructional strategies, ie DDT, PRT /data collection procedures Ensure staff training, implementations, and supervision of classroom management and behavioral components of school site based self-contained support programs. Provide parent and student support, coordination of services and implementation of IEP throughout the alternative placement process; referral, pre-care, placement, treatment, reintegration, and aftercare. Assist with the completion of all mandated ADE reports related to ED-P placements, including but not limited to: Multidisciplinary evaluation Team Reports, Individualized Education Program, Behavioral Contracts, data collection procedures, student point system. Develop and maintain records on all students in placements in compliance with IDEA regulations including obtaining and coordinating records between agencies, when necessary. Advocate and acts as liaison between school, students, families and outside service agencies to facilitate most effective treatment outcomes and enhance cultural ties via student IEP process. Coordinate 1x monthly inter agency meetings between school, students, families and outside agencies, or needed. Recommend ongoing professional development to district certified and classified staff, students, and parents in related areas as needed. Acts as delegated LEA district representative and conduct IEP team meetings Consult and coordinate with ESS Director on a regular basis regarding program implementation, trainings, and crisis management etc. Maintain positive, professional relationships with staff, students, parents, and outside agencies. Handles crisis in a professional and calm manner following established safety protocols and intervention procedures. Performs other work related duties as assigned.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:12/04/2017
    Expiration Date:03/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC.
    Job Title:Automotive Tire Maintenance Technician / Mechanic - Las Cruces, NM
    Job ID:55648
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:12/4/2017
    Job Description:Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC employs over 22,000 teammates in North America and operates more than 2,200 company-owned stores. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, and Wheel Works. TIRE MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN / MECHANIC - Las Cruces, NM Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career! http://bridgestoneretail.jobs/ Or Text Bridgestone to 97211 Responsibilities: • Learn how to diagnose and repair basic systems to become certified in a minimum of 5 areas with a preference for brakes, alignments, suspensions, cooling and electrical • Change oil and/or transmission fluid and filters • Install batteries and checks electrical systems • Install and perform tire maintenance • Install parts which include shock absorbers and exhaust systems • Road test vehicles Company Overview We Promise to Care We understand that we offer more than just car service. We rescue people from bad days and we offer solutions for difficult situations. We are people of integrity and we believe that fundamental honesty is the keystone of our business. We are committed to doing the hard work necessary to earn the loyalty of our teammates and our customers by providing a positive experience every time. We are proud and passionate to represent the brand of Bridgestone. Every day, in every store, with every teammate and every customer.... We promise to care! Our Purpose: To be the most trusted provider of automotive care in every neighborhood we serve. We offer Privileges, Growth Opportunity and over 31 Benefits to include medical, dental, vision, 401K, cash balance retirement plan and more. Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. Over 100 years of success in both the tire and auto repair industry. Nancy Nekervis 760-262-9619
    Job Category:Automotive
    Post Date:12/04/2017
    Expiration Date:01/03/2018
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  • Employer Name:University Of New Mexico (UNM)
    Job Title: Intnl Admissions & Rcmt Splst
    Job ID:55641
    Wage/Salary:$2596.53-$3245.67 per month
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Office of International Admissions and Recruitment, located in the Global Education Office (Mesa Vista Hall), is seeking a detail-oriented, results-oriented individual to join our team. If you enjoy working with international students and would like to contribute to UNM’s global mission, we would love to speak with you. You must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident. You must be available for local, state or international travel and for occasional work during the evening and weekends during peak periods. As an International Admissions and Recruitment Specialist, this selected candidate will: • Review all international documents to determine authenticity and accreditation of institutions using a variety of research methods • Competently analyze academic records from educational systems worldwide • Admit qualified undergraduate students and review and route graduate student applications to appropriate departments for final approval • Generate immigration documents for newly admitted international students through the role of Designated Student Official • Assist with recruitment outreach efforts, including some travel and non-standard working hours, to attract more international applicants to the University.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:12/01/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
    Job Title:Financial Service Professional
    Job ID:55640
    Wage/Salary:Undisclosed
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Our Opportunity: Looking for a career with purpose? Client Service & Support (CS&S) is a team of financial service professionals who provide clients with guidance and solutions using advanced technology to deliver best-in-class service. We build trust and inspire confidence through exceptional service one connection at a time. Our investment in you and your career begins with employee engagement through career development and supporting you in reaching your goals. In return, we ask that you help us do the same for our clients. Our employees on what it’s like to work at Schwab: https://youtu.be/mxQ5p7PQyFQ What you’ll do: Complete a mix of instructor led classroom training and on-the-job learning (OJL) Learn about the unique position Schwab has in the industry Perform in a fast-paced, inbound service center environment representing Schwab in every interaction Practice active listening and open-ended dialog, to gain a thorough understanding of clients financial needs Engage clients in discussions involving market conditions, trends and providing investment education Care enough to ask the difficult questions knowing that just one question, the right question, can change a client’s future Resolve client issues by leveraging technology and business experts within Schwab to identify efficient and effective methods to meet client goals Recommend solutions to clients which align to their goals and promote Schwab growth Execute trades What you have: Successful completion of our Client Focus Assessment which measures potential talent and role fit Active Series 7 and 63 licenses, or the ability to successfully pass and obtain these licenses under a condition of employment Ability to establish rapport with clients over the phone to create long-term relationships with Schwab Robust consulting, influencing and client engagement skills Desire to work in a collaborative team-based culture Ability to adapt and implement changes as market and business conditions evolve Bachelor’s degree highly preferred Where you’ll be: The greater Phoenix area's sunny climate, vibrant lifestyle and prospering business community attract thousands of visitors, new residents and entrepreneurs annually. The nation’s sixth-largest city, Phoenix continues to grow and remains a desirable destination for travelers and dreamers alike. More than four million people call the Valley of the Sun home, and enjoy its 300 annual days of sunshine, while another 13 million visit Phoenix each year for its outstanding weather, beautiful landscapes and southwestern hospitality. Residents enjoy relaxed living and numerous outlets for recreation and entertainment, including some 200 golf courses, pro and college sports teams, concert venues and museums. Schwab is continuously growing in the Phoenix market and has been voted a has been rated as a "Top Workplace". Schwab is located at 2423 East Lincoln Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85016. Interested in this position but have some questions? Join us for Schwab Talks Talent hosted by our Service & Support team on the 2nd Wednesday of the month. Click here to register for our next virtual event; we look forward to meeting you! What you’ll get: Sabbatical Program, Employee Wellness Program, Volunteer Time, Tuition Reimbursement, Employee Resource Groups and --- the opportunity to do the best work of your life! Financial Fitness: 401k Match, Employee Discounts, Personalized Advice, Brokerage Discounts Culture of employee development and promoting from within The ability to earn an annual bonus based on company results and personal performance Learn more about Life@Schwab See Charles Schwab Benefits for more details Hear from our employees on what it’s like to work at Schwab Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to diversifying its workforce. It is Schwab's policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or related medical conditions), gender identity or expression, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, legally protected medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, military status, citizenship status or any other status that is protected by law.
    Job Category:Finance
    Post Date:12/01/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:County of Bernalillo
    Job Title:Senior Building Code Inspector/ Plan Reviewer III
    Job ID:55639
    Wage/Salary:$44,616 - $59,654 Annually
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES SUMMARY Provide daily technical leadership to other Building Code Inspector/Plan Reviewers in the performance of their duties and responsibilities in compliance with applicable state and local regulations; safety codes, laws, regulations and standards. Assist Building Official with the everyday activities of the section pertaining to the all disciplines involved with residential construction; and in primary discipline for commercial construction. Examine moderate to highly complex plans and specifications on residential and commercial building construction to determine compliance with Bernalillo County Building Ordinance, (BCBO) under all State and National certified disciplines (i.e. building, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical). Perform moderate to highly-complex field inspections requiring simultaneous coordination and include unusual problems or deviations from established practices and standards. Collaborate with property owners, contractors and the public interpreting and explain rules, regulations, ordinances and standards in an effort to meet mutual objectives which may require extensive code research to recommend alternative solutions. Participate in the review and development of departmental procedures. Attend and actively participate in local and state advisory committees. Develop departmental training workshops and facilitate training sessions. Respond to and may serve as technical expert in court proceedings as necessary. Prepare reports on inspections and maintain files on related documents. Perform systems administrator duties for building code inspector/plan reviewer database which includes but is not limited to: ad-hoc reports, entry, audit, and oversight of database. Coordinate special projects and perform other duties as assigned.
    Job Category:Construction
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:12/19/2017
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  • Employer Name:Techtronic Industries (TTI)
    Job Title:Field Sales & Marketing Representative - Midland, TX
    Job ID:55638
    Wage/Salary:$44K-$48K
    Employment Start Date:Immediate
    Job Description:Job Summary: Perform sales and marketing activities to exceed sell through forecast while maintaining positive customer relations. Maximize sell through of Ryobi®, Homelite®, and Milwaukee® brands by developing merchandising and sell through campaigns at our national retail partner. Make regular sales development contact with assigned stores and personnel to cultivate and maintain strong value add relationships. Monitor weekly sales and interpret monthly results to identify additional opportunities. Implement selling tactics that focus on delivering the desired financial results to distribution. Support and implement strategic corporate brand marketing initiatives and promotional activities. Initiate and provide in-store product knowledge training sessions and demonstrations to educate store personnel, management and customers. Communicate in a cooperative and professional manner with all peers, customers and management. Assist in planning and executing principle trade association meetings, conventions, grand openings, trade shows, etc. Develop primary knowledge of the market place (users, applications, products, competition, and channels) to effectively analyze market potential and communicate competitor market data.
    Job Category:Sales and Marketing
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:12/30/2017
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  • Employer Name:Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority
    Job Title:Engineer Assistant
    Job ID:55637
    Wage/Salary:$20.00
    Employment Start Date:1/8/2018
    Job Description:Participate in Water/Wastewater design projects in support of an assigned area under the direction of a professional engineer.
    Job Category:Engineering - Civil
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:01/02/2018
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  • Employer Name:New Mexico Land Conservancy
    Job Title:Stewardship Coordinator
    Job ID:55636
    Wage/Salary:45,000/annually
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Stewardship Coordinator Position open at NMLC The New Mexico Land Conservancy (NMLC) is a non-profit, regional land trust based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, dedicated to preserving New Mexico’s land heritage by helping people conserve the places they love. Since 2004, NMLC has protected over 160,000 acres of land throughout New Mexico and southeast Arizona. NMLC’s long-term goal is to conserve, directly or in partnership with others, one million acres of high conservation-value lands throughout the Southwest, with particular emphasis on lands that facilitate the protection of significant wildlife habitat, agricultural lands, water and other natural resources, scenic open space, cultural and historic sites, and recreational lands at community, watershed and landscape scales. NMLC achieves its conservation goals by: 1) using conservation easements, fee acquisition and other voluntary land protection methods that respect both land and private property rights; 2) ensuring excellent stewardship of its easement portfolio through annual monitoring and long-term legal defense; 3) educating landowners, other organizations, public policy makers and the general public about land conservation; and 4) promoting policy and legislation to further voluntary land conservation and enhance related benefits for private landowners. NMLC is dedicated to the highest quality work, and operates as a learning organization with a work culture based on consensus, collaboration and teamwork. NMLC offers competitive compensation, excellent benefits, a flexible work environment and professional development opportunities. NMLC is currently staffed by an Executive Director, a Southern New Mexico Project Manager, a Conservation Project Manager, a Communications & Marketing Manager, and an Office Manager; and is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Scope of the Position NMLC seeks a qualified and motivated individual to coordinate its conservation easement stewardship, monitoring and legal defense activities; and to provide technical support as needed for conservation projects in accordance with the organization’s mission and its established policies, plans and strategies. This position reports to the Conservation Project Manager; works closely with other staff, interns and volunteers, but supervises no staff. The primary responsibilities of the Stewardship Coordinator include the following: Land Conservation and Stewardship: • Conduct and/or coordinate annual conservation easement monitoring and associated reporting for a portfolio of 80+ easements spread out across New Mexico and southeastern Arizona, working with interns and volunteers as needed. • Support ongoing process of developing conservation easement monitoring and stewardship criteria, procedures and systems. • Assist in the development of a conservation easement/project database. • Support development and completion of land conservation projects, including easement/project design, baseline documentation, mineral and environmental assessment, title review and other project-related due diligence, funding and state tax credit applications, etc. • Support ongoing process of developing land conservation project evaluation, selection and tracking criteria, procedures and systems. • Support review and development of conservation assessments and plans, and management and restoration plans. Communications/Outreach: • Actively expand relationships with external constituents including landowners, other conservation organizations, community groups and government entities. Partner with other public and private entities, as appropriate, for mutual benefit to accomplish NMLC’s mission and leverage resources. • Support development, enhancement and periodic updating of communications materials and website using digital photography, maps, spatial information and mapping software. • Support meetings, workshops and special events. Organizational Development & Fundraising: • Support the organization’s efforts to ensure renewal of its professional accreditation through the national Land Trust Accreditation Commission (LTAC), particularly those aspects related to conservation and stewardship. • Support relevant fundraising activities, particularly the development of fundraising proposals related to conservation projects and stewardship activities. • Participate in training opportunities and attend relevant workshops/conference as time and funding permits. General Administration • Maintain vehicles and equipment used in conducting conservation and stewardship activities. Requirements of the Position: • Bachelor’s degree (graduate degree preferred) in related field (natural resource management, land use planning, geography, biological/environmental sciences, etc.) and at least two years of relevant experience (land trust/conservation real estate, natural resource management, land use planning, environmental sciences, etc.). • Excellent computer skills including experience with Microsoft Office and the Adobe Suite of products. Demonstrated experience and proficiency with GPS, ArcView and other GIS mapping software required. • Familiarity with New Mexican and/or western landscapes and communities is preferred, particularly an ability to work with urban as well as rural agricultural landowners. • Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills. • Must be willing to work some overtime, evenings and weekends. • Must be willing to travel frequently and potentially use personal vehicle as necessary in the performance of work-related activities – travel and mileage expenses will be reimbursed. • Must be willing and physically able to work in the field. • Must be a self-starter and well-organized. • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment to meet established goals and deadlines. • Must be committed to the organization’s conservation mission and be able to maintain strong, positive, collegial working relationships with staff, Board, and outside consultants and professional service providers. • Must be willing to contribute to maintaining an ethical, smooth and efficient working environment with staff, Board and others. A sense of humor is appreciated even if it is not that good. Benefits of the Position: • This is a full-time position with potential for advancement. • Starting annual salary range: $45,000 - $50,000. Starting salary commensurate with experience. Annual salary increases are based on performance and as annual budgets permit. • Two weeks paid vacation to start and participation in a group health insurance plan. • Training and career development opportunities available as annual budgets permit. • Eligibility for enrollment in NMLC’s retirement plan after one year of employment. • Being part of a young, dynamic and growing conservation organization. • Living in Santa Fe, New Mexico – a culturally diverse city of 75,000 residents with excellent outdoor, recreational, arts, entertainment, cultural, educational, culinary and sustainable living opportunities. NMLC is an equal opportunity employer and provides a smoke-free, drug-free work place. Please email letter of interest, current resume, three map samples and three references by December 31, 2017 to: admin@nmlandconservancy.org with Stewardship Coordinator Recruitment in the subject line. Please note - no phone calls will be taken regarding this job announcement. Candidates will be notified regarding the status of their applications. For further information about the organization, please visit NMLC’s website: http://www.nmlandconservancy.org
    Job Category:Conservation
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:US Bank
    Job Title:Business Banking Relationship Manager 3
    Job ID:55635
    Wage/Salary:54,700.00+
    Employment Start Date:11/30/2017
    Job Description:Community Banking Business Relationship Managers focus on discovering and developing outside sales opportunities and deepening existing customer relationships. Community Banking Business Relationship Managers typically spend 65-70 percent of their time on outside sales activities which include sourcing and discovering new prospects and building new customer relationships, managing loan and portfolio credit quality, providing financial advice, and listening to the customer’s needs and goals to make meaningful product and service recommendations. Relationship Managers also have strong relationships with branch employees to make appropriate referrals to the community’s small businesses to show what’s possible when partnering with U.S. Bank.
    Job Category:Banking/Fin. Services Corporate Finance
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:12/30/2017
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  • Employer Name:US Bank
    Job Title:Business Banking Relationship Manager 4
    Job ID:55634
    Wage/Salary:67,100.00+
    Employment Start Date:11/30/2017
    Job Description:Community Banking Business Relationship Managers focus on discovering and developing outside sales opportunities and deepening existing customer relationships. Community Banking Business Relationship Managers typically spend 65-70 percent of their time on outside sales activities which include sourcing and discovering new prospects and building new customer relationships, managing loan and portfolio credit quality, providing financial advice, and listening to the customer’s needs and goals to make meaningful product and service recommendations. Relationship Managers also have strong relationships with branch employees to make appropriate referrals to the community’s small businesses to show what’s possible when partnering with U.S. Bank.
    Job Category:Banking/Fin. Services Corporate Finance
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:12/30/2017
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  • Employer Name:US Bank
    Job Title:Commercial Relationship Manager 4
    Job ID:55633
    Wage/Salary:77,300.00+
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Manages relationships with Commercial Banking, Corporate Banking, or Community Banking commercial customers. Grows revenue as directed by senior management by successfully prospecting for new business and retaining and expanding existing customer relationships. Approves loans within assigned limits, manages loan and portfolio credit quality, sources prospects and develops new customer relationships. Provides financial advice to customers and sells appropriate bank products and services to those prospects and clients and makes appropriate referrals.
    Job Category:Banking/Fin. Services Corporate Finance
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:12/30/2017
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  • Employer Name:USDOL - Mine Safety and Health Administration
    Job Title:Mine Safety and Health Inspector (Metal/Non Metal)
    Job ID:55632
    Wage/Salary:$44,952 to $86,480 per year
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Summary About the Agency: DOL seeks to attract and retain a high performing and diverse workforce in which employees' differences are respected and valued to better meet the varying needs of the diverse customers we serve. DOL fosters a diverse and inclusive work environment that promotes collaboration, flexibility and fairness so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential. This position is located in the Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration, Metal & Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health, Western District office. The incumbent serves as a Mine Safety and Health Inspector at the Anchorage, AK field Office. The incumbent inspects and investigate surface and underground metal and nonmetal mines, mills and related facilities. This position has promotion potential to GS-12. Promotion Potential: There is no obligation to provide future promotions to you if you are selected. Future promotions are dependent on your ability to perform the duties at a higher level, the continuing need for an employee assigned to the higher level, and supervisory approval. - This position is inside the bargaining unit. - Relocation costs will not be paid. - Candidates for this position will have to provide a writing sample when interviewed. - Vacancies will be filled as needed. -More than one vacancy may be filled from this announcement.
    Job Category:Labor Issues
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:12/14/2017
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  • Employer Name:USDOL - Mine Safety and Health Administration
    Job Title:Mine Safety and Health Inspector (Metal/Non Metal)
    Job ID:55631
    Wage/Salary:$41,674 to $80,174 per year
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Summary About the Agency: DOL seeks to attract and retain a high performing and diverse workforce in which employees' differences are respected and valued to better meet the varying needs of the diverse customers we serve. DOL fosters a diverse and inclusive work environment that promotes collaboration, flexibility and fairness so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential. This position is located in the Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration, Metal & Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health, Northeast District office. The incumbent serves as a Mine Safety and Health Inspector at the Warrendale, PA field Office. The incumbent inspects and investigate surface and underground metal and nonmetal mines, mills and related facilities. This position has promotion potential to GS-12. Promotion Potential: There is no obligation to provide future promotions to you if you are selected. Future promotions are dependent on your ability to perform the duties at a higher level, the continuing need for an employee assigned to the higher level, and supervisory approval. - This position is inside the bargaining unit. - Relocation costs will not be paid. - Candidates for this position will have to provide a writing sample when interviewed. - Vacancies will be filled as needed. -More than one vacancy may be filled from this announcement.
    Job Category:Labor Issues
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:12/14/2017
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  • Employer Name:USDOL - Mine Safety and Health Administration
    Job Title:Mine Safety and Health Inspector (Metal/Non Metal)
    Job ID:55630
    Wage/Salary:40,684 to $78,270 per year
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Summary About the Agency: DOL seeks to attract and retain a high performing and diverse workforce in which employees' differences are respected and valued to better meet the varying needs of the diverse customers we serve. DOL fosters a diverse and inclusive work environment that promotes collaboration, flexibility and fairness so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential. This position is located in the Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration, Metal & Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health, North Central District office. The incumbent serves as a Mine Safety and Health Inspector at the Hibbing, MN field office or Vincennes, IN duty station. The incumbent inspects and investigate surface and underground metal and nonmetal mines, mills and related facilities. This position has promotion potential to GS-12. Promotion Potential: There is no obligation to provide future promotions to you if you are selected. Future promotions are dependent on your ability to perform the duties at a higher level, the continuing need for an employee assigned to the higher level, and supervisory approval. - This position is inside the bargaining unit. - Relocation costs will not be paid. - Candidates for this position will have to provide a writing sample when interviewed. - Vacancies will be filled as needed. -More than one vacancy may be filled from this announcement. If you have any hands-on mining experience please ensure your resumes reflect all your mining experience. Please provide specific examples of mining related experience. Titles are not sufficient to verify mining experience.
    Job Category:Labor Issues
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:12/14/2017
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  • Employer Name:USDOL - Mine Safety and Health Administration
    Job Title:Mine Safety and Health Inspector (Metal/Non Metal)
    Job ID:55629
    Wage/Salary:$40,684 to $78,270 per year
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Summary About the Agency: DOL seeks to attract and retain a high performing and diverse workforce in which employees' differences are respected and valued to better meet the varying needs of the diverse customers we serve. DOL fosters a diverse and inclusive work environment that promotes collaboration, flexibility and fairness so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential. This position is located in the Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration, Metal & Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health, Rocky Mountain District office. The incumbent serves as a Mine Safety and Health Inspector at the Helena, MT field Office. The incumbent inspects and investigate surface and underground metal and nonmetal mines, mills and related facilities. This position has promotion potential to GS-12. Promotion Potential: There is no obligation to provide future promotions to you if you are selected. Future promotions are dependent on your ability to perform the duties at a higher level, the continuing need for an employee assigned to the higher level, and supervisory approval. - This position is inside the bargaining unit. - Relocation costs will not be paid. - Candidates for this position will have to provide a writing sample when interviewed. - Vacancies will be filled as needed. -More than one vacancy may be filled from this announcement.
    Job Category:Labor Issues
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:12/14/2017
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  • Employer Name:USDOL - Mine Safety and Health Administration
    Job Title:Mine Safety and Health Inspector
    Job ID:55628
    Wage/Salary:Mine Safety and Health Inspector
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Summary About the Agency: DOL seeks to attract and retain a high performing and diverse workforce in which employees' differences are respected and valued to better meet the varying needs of the diverse customers we serve. DOL fosters a diverse and inclusive work environment that promotes collaboration, flexibility and fairness so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential. This position is located in the Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration, Metal & Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health, Northeast District office. The incumbent serves as a Mine Safety and Health Inspector at the Albany, NY field Office. The incumbent inspects and investigate surface and underground metal and nonmetal mines, mills and related facilities. This position has promotion potential to GS-12. Promotion Potential: There is no obligation to provide future promotions to you if you are selected. Future promotions are dependent on your ability to perform the duties at a higher level, the continuing need for an employee assigned to the higher level, and supervisory approval. - This position is inside the bargaining unit. - Relocation costs will not be paid. - Candidates for this position will have to provide a writing sample when interviewed. - Vacancies will be filled as needed. -More than one vacancy may be filled from this announcement. If you have any hands-on mining experience please ensure your resumes reflect all your mining experience. Please provide specific examples of mining related experience. Titles are not sufficient to verify mining experience. Responsibilities MSHA Inspector job responsibilities include conducting on-site inspections or investigations of underground and surface mines in order to: Identify potential hazardous conditions to the safety and health of workers; Ensure proper mining equipment maintenance and use; Evaluate mining practices for compliance with safety and health laws and regulations; Issue citations when violations and/or hazards are identified; Determine how accidents and disasters are caused and provide recommendations to prevent future occurrences; Assist in the rescue and recovery efforts after fires or explosions; Investigate reported hazardous condition complaints; and Discuss inspection/investigation findings and provide technical advice and assistance to mine management and personnel. Travel Required 76% or greater - Entry level inspectors will spend approximately 21 weeks at the National Mine Academy in Beckley, WV for training during their first 2 years of service. All Inspectors travel to mine sites on a regular basis. Frequent overnight travel may be required for most Inspectors Supervisory status No Promotion Potential
    Job Category:Labor Issues
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:12/14/2017
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  • Employer Name:USDOL - Mine Safety and Health Administration
    Job Title:Mine Safety and Health Inspector
    Job ID:55626
    Wage/Salary:$44,810 to $86,208 per year
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:DOL seeks to attract and retain a high performing and diverse workforce in which employees' differences are respected and valued to better meet the varying needs of the diverse customers we serve. DOL fosters a diverse and inclusive work environment that promotes collaboration, flexibility and fairness so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential. This position is located in the Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration, Metal & Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health, Northeast District office. The incumbent serves as a Mine Safety and Health Inspector at the Manchester, NH field Office. The incumbent inspects and investigate surface and underground metal and nonmetal mines, mills and related facilities. This position has promotion potential to GS-12. Promotion Potential: There is no obligation to provide future promotions to you if you are selected. Future promotions are dependent on your ability to perform the duties at a higher level, the continuing need for an employee assigned to the higher level, and supervisory approval. - This position is inside the bargaining unit. - Relocation costs will not be paid. - Candidates for this position will have to provide a writing sample when interviewed. - Vacancies will be filled as needed. -More than one vacancy may be filled from this announcement. If you have any hands-on mining experience please ensure your resumes reflect all your mining experience. Please provide specific examples of mining related experience. Titles are not sufficient to verify mining experience. MSHA Inspector job responsibilities include conducting on-site inspections or investigations of underground and surface mines in order to: Identify potential hazardous conditions to the safety and health of workers; Ensure proper mining equipment maintenance and use; Evaluate mining practices for compliance with safety and health laws and regulations; Issue citations when violations and/or hazards are identified; Determine how accidents and disasters are caused and provide recommendations to prevent future occurrences; Assist in the rescue and recovery efforts after fires or explosions; Investigate reported hazardous condition complaints; and Discuss inspection/investigation findings and provide technical advice and assistance to mine management and personnel.
    Job Category:Labor Issues
    Post Date:11/30/2017
    Expiration Date:12/14/2017
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  • Employer Name:Law Office of Kyle H. Moberly, PC
    Job Title:Paralegal/Legal Secretary
    Job ID:55625
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Typical duties of a Paralegal/Secretary in a small, civil law office.
    Job Category:Paralegal
    Post Date:11/29/2017
    Expiration Date:12/29/2017
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  • Employer Name:KVIA-TV
    Job Title:Lead Reporter
    Job ID:55621
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:KVIA-TV is looking for a solid journalist, a dogged enterpriser, a creative storyteller -- all in one person. Seasoned candidates must have the skills usually acquired after at least three years in the business. You must not only have strong news judgment and solid writing skills, but a natural curiosity to follow news all the time. All.The.Time. You must be able to multi-task in a high-stress, high-pace environment and thirst to use new technology to share your stories. While we have photographers on staff, you should be able to shoot and edit your own story. Website and social media contributions throughout the workday are a must. It's hard work and we have high expectations. The person I'm looking for must have a proven record of delivering breaking news, uncovering extra information on daily stories and using open records requests to augment his/her reporting. Show me why you're the one I should hire! A quick word about El Paso: it's currently the 19th largest city in the country, and going through major growth with more than a billion dollars in new construction in the horizon. There are more than 800,000 people in El Paso County, and another 175,000+ in and around Las Cruces, New Mexico, 40 miles to our north. We're a major metro area, in that there are about 1.5 million or more people right across the river in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. We have two NCAA Division I universities, minor league baseball and indoor football, a symphony, lots of concerts from small club acts to music festivals, to the big stadium shows with U2, the Rolling Stones, and yes, One Direction. We're home to the Army's largest military installations (White Sands Missile Range & Fort Bliss), and as we sit right on the border, security, trade and immigration are local news for us. Yes, it's a GREAT news market! This is a legacy station, a market leader. Our family-owned company constantly reinvests in great equipment and we have a very generous 401k program. We're flexible and push ourselves to stay on top. So much so, that our employees go straight to top stations in markets like LA, Chicago and Pittsburgh. To apply please submit your resume, a link to your work and a cover letter detailing what skills or experiences separate you from the rest of the candidates to kvia.com under the KVIA tab. The job is contingent upon successful completion of a drug test and background check. EEO
    Job Category:Journalism and Writing
    Post Date:11/29/2017
    Expiration Date:01/08/2018
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  • Employer Name:KVIA-TV
    Job Title:Reporter/Producer/Weekend Anchor
    Job ID:55613
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:KVIA-TV is looking for a solid journalist, a dogged enterpriser, a creative producer and an articulate reporter -- all in one person. The anchoring portion of your job will be on the weekend. It would likely be weekend morning, which means you would alternate with your co-anchor to produce the newscast overnight. This part of the job may not be available until after May, so it is conceivable that you'd produce and do limited reporting for 6 months. Candidates must have the skills usually acquired after at least one year in the business, though I might consider strong candidates graduating from college. You must be able to multi-task in a high-stress, high-pace environment. While we have photographers on staff, you will be expected to shoot and edit your own story often. Website and social media contributions are a must. A quick word about el Paso: it`s currently the 19th largest city in the country, and going through major growth with more than a billion dollars in new construction in the horizon. There are more than 800,000 people in El Paso County, and another 175,000+ in and around Las Cruces, New Mexico, 40 miles to our north. We're a major metro area, in that there are about 1.5 million or more people right across the river in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. We have two NCAA Division I universities, minor league baseball and indoor football, a symphony, lots of concerts from small club acts to music festivals, to the big stadium shows with U2, the Rolling Stones, and yes, One Direction. We're home to the Army's largest military installations (Fort Bliss & White Sands Missile Range), and as we sit right on the border, security, trade and immigration are local news for us. Yes, it's a GREAT news market! This is a legacy station, a market leader. Our family-owned company constantly reinvests in great equipment and we have a very generous 401k program. We're flexible and push ourselves to stay on top. We make professional coaches available to help you hone your skills. Our employees have gone straight to top stations in markets like LA, Chicago, Pittsburgh and Dallas. It's hard work and we have high expectations. You must not only have strong news judgment and solid writing skills, but a natural curiosity to follow news all the time. All.The.Time. Show me why you're the one I should hire! To apply please submit your resume, a link to your work and a cover letter detailing what skills or experiences separate you from the rest of the candidates to kvia.com under the KVIA tab. The job is contingent upon successful completion of a drug test and background check. EEO
    Job Category:Journalism and Writing
    Post Date:11/29/2017
    Expiration Date:01/08/2018
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  • Employer Name:KVIA-TV
    Job Title:Newscast Producer
    Job ID:55612
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:KVIA is looking for a strong news writer with solid news judgment, a great grasp of current events and who can work in a high-paced, high-stress environment. You will be the manager of a newscast, but don't expect to spend 8 hours a day producing a show: you will need to multi-task. The ability to assist as a web producer, shooter, reporter, assignment editor or anything else may aid your chances of getting the job. Newsroom experience is extremely helpful here, as I'd like to hire someone who already has some knowledge of what it takes to turn significant news into interesting television stories. We do six hours of news a day, so our newsroom must be always focused, always "on." Get ready to demonstrate a strong command of the English language and newswriting technique. Web and social media contributions will definitely be part of your duties, too. Our company offers a generous 401k program and a great Paid Time Off (PTO) plan. I would most prefer to fill this position with somebody with at least a year or two as a newscast producer, or somebody with at least a year or two as an associate producer, desk assistant or with other meaningful post-internship experience. The job is contingent on successful completion of a background check and drug test. Please submit your resume, demo reel and cover letter summarizing your relevant background, qualifications and news philosophy to kvia.com under the KVIA tab. EEO
    Job Category:Journalism and Writing
    Post Date:11/29/2017
    Expiration Date:01/08/2018
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  • Employer Name:Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC.
    Job Title:Automotive Tire Maintenance Technician / Mechanic - Las Cruces, NM
    Job ID:55610
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC employs over 22,000 teammates in North America and operates more than 2,200 company-owned stores. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, and Wheel Works. TIRE MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN / MECHANIC - Las Cruces, NM Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career! Or Text Bridgestone to 97211 Responsibilities: • Learn how to diagnose and repair basic systems to become certified in a minimum of 5 areas with a preference for brakes, alignments, suspensions, cooling and electrical • Change oil and/or transmission fluid and filters • Install batteries and checks electrical systems • Install and perform tire maintenance • Install parts which include shock absorbers and exhaust systems • Road test vehicles Company Overview We Promise to Care We understand that we offer more than just car service. We rescue people from bad days and we offer solutions for difficult situations. We are people of integrity and we believe that fundamental honesty is the keystone of our business. We are committed to doing the hard work necessary to earn the loyalty of our teammates and our customers by providing a positive experience every time. We are proud and passionate to represent the brand of Bridgestone. Every day, in every store, with every teammate and every customer…. We promise to care! Our Purpose: To be the most trusted provider of automotive care in every neighborhood we serve. We offer Privileges, Growth Opportunity and over 31 Benefits to include medical, dental, vision, 401K, cash balance retirement plan and more. Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. Over 100 years of success in both the tire and auto repair industry. Nancy Nekervis 760-262-9619
    Job Category:Automotive
    Post Date:11/29/2017
    Expiration Date:12/29/2017
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  • Employer Name:AECOM
    Job Title:Scheduler
    Job ID:55609
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES / TASKS Perform all work safely and with the utmost concern for the safety of self and other employees. Perform all work in compliance with environmental permits and regulations. May be required to work overtime or varying hours. Be at work when scheduled and maintain a good attendance record. Work in close proximity to and or in a chemical demilitarization facility. Logically organize the workflow and make judgments on durations and resources to accomplish work. Assist in analyzing and using schedule data to identify key project issues. Responsible for assembling data for schedule maintenance and updating. Responsible for assembling data for schedule development appropriate to task. Update and produce scheduling management reports. Assist in development and maintenance of Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and help ensure project coding is effectively used for all cornerstone applications. Support development of plans and schedules for proposals. May assist in leading subordinates through assignment tasks. Assist in tracking corrective actions. Assist in coordination of schedule input from all parts of organization. Identify and analyze schedule variances and recommend associated corrective action. Investigate causes of schedule variances and recommend solutions of recovery plans. Support monthly report preparation. Assist in some elements of baseline schedule maintenance. Assist in performance measurement and associated cost trending. Support various levels of project reporting. Participate in/lead project planning and scheduling review meetings to gain insight in planning and scheduling issues. Assist in procedure development and implementation. Develop, update, status and analyze schedules in support of the Integrated Network Analysis Systems (INAS). Provide Project Controls support to Cost Account Managers (CAMs)/leads, including reports, graphics, and charts.
    Job Category:Environmental Services
    Post Date:11/29/2017
    Expiration Date:12/29/2017
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  • Employer Name:Auto-Owners Insurance Company
    Job Title:Entry Level Insurance Underwriter
    Job ID:55608
    Wage/Salary:Competitive
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Auto-Owners Insurance, a top-rated Insurance Carrier, is seeking an entry level motivated Underwriting professional to join our team. The position requires the person to: •Learn various insurance coverages and contracts along with company philosophy and procedures, in order to make underwriting decisions. •Become familiar with company policies, manuals, forms and endorsements in order to understand their meaning and use. •Analyze loss experience, financial conditions and physical characteristics of risks. •Acquire a working knowledge of supporting sections of the underwriting department. •Effectively communicate with independent agents and other employees through verbal and/or written means. Benefits: Competitive salary, matching 401K retirement plans, fully-funded Pension plan, bonus programs, paid holidays, vacation days, personal time, paid sick leave, and a comprehensive health care plan. *Please note that the ability to work in the U.S. without current or future sponsorship is a requirement. Company Description: Auto-Owners Insurance is a mutual insurance company comprised of five subsidiary property and casualty companies and one Life Company. We were formed in 1916; we operate in twenty-six states and are proud to be ranked among the nearly $6 billion. Our corporate headquarters is located in Lansing, Michigan. Auto-Owners Insurance offers a wide range of career opportunities and welcomes candidates from all majors. We offer a friendly work environment, in-depth training, employee mentoring, and an excellent compensation/benefits package. To learn more about career opportunities available please visit our website at www.auto-owners.com.
    Job Category:Insurance Underwriting & Claims
    Post Date:11/29/2017
    Expiration Date:01/29/2018
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  • Employer Name:Auto-Owners Insurance Company
    Job Title:Entry Level Insurance Claim Representative
    Job ID:55607
    Wage/Salary:Competitive
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Auto-Owners Insurance, a top-rated Insurance Carrier, is seeking a motivated individual to join our team as an Associate Claim Representative. The position requires the person to: •Investigate and assemble facts, determine policy coverage, evaluate the amount of loss, analyze legal liability and pay or deny losses. •Become familiar with insurance coverage by studying insurance policies, endorsements and forms. •Work towards the resolution of claims, and may attend arbitrations, mediations, depositions, or trials as necessary. •Ensure that claims payments are issued in a timely and accurate manner. •Service the needs of agents, policyholders and others. •Handle investigations by phone, mail and on-site investigations. Benefits: Competitive salary, matching 401(k) retirement plans, fully-funded pension plan, bonus programs, paid holidays, vacation days, personal time, paid sick leave, and a comprehensive health care plan. *Please note that the ability to work in the U.S. without current or future sponsorship is a requirement. Company Description: Auto-Owners Insurance is a mutual insurance company comprised of five subsidiary property and casualty companies and one Life Company. We were formed in 1916; we operate in twenty-six states and are proud to be ranked among the Fortune 500 every year since 2002, with written premium of nearly $6 billion. Our corporate headquarters is located in Lansing, Michigan. Auto-Owners Insurance offers a wide range of career opportunities and welcomes candidates from all majors. We offer a friendly work environment, in-depth training, employee mentoring, and an excellent compensation/benefits package. To learn more about career opportunities available please visit our website at www.auto-owners.com.
    Job Category:Insurance Underwriting & Claims
    Post Date:11/29/2017
    Expiration Date:01/29/2018
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  • Employer Name:Talon/LPE, Ltd.
    Job Title:Environmental Project Manager
    Job ID:55603
    Wage/Salary:negotiable according to experience and education
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Talon/LPE is currently seeking an experienced Environmental Project Manager for its Artesia Office. Previous consulting experience is preferred. Candidates must possess a 4-year Bachelor’s degree from an accredited University in the study of Engineering, Earth Sciences, or related field and must have a minimum of two years experience in environmental assessments, drilling, sampling and analysis, and preparing technical reports. Travel required. Talon/LPE is an equal opportunity employer.
    Job Category:Environmental Scientist
    Post Date:11/28/2017
    Expiration Date:12/28/2017
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  • Employer Name:Honeywell
    Job Title:Electrical Engineer – Test Equipment
    Job ID:55602
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:INNOVATE TO SOLVE THE WORLD'S MOST IMPORTANT CHALLENGES Performs and coordinates design, development, evaluation, analysis, and/or quality control functions on advanced and complex engineering projects; and develops solutions to technical problems specifically assigned or as they arise by applying advanced mathematical, physical science, and engineering technologies. Emphasis for this position will be on design and development of tester components, software, and systems. Software design is primarily in LabVIEW and Matlab. Assesses process and equipment capabilities and establishes controls. Specifies, initiates, and coordinates acquisition of manufacturing resources and techniques. Independently determines and develops approach to solutions. Summary of Duties: • Designs and/or develops new products, special instruments, and unique equipment to meet specific requirements of customer orders. • Translates design agency concepts into production items by coordinating the activities of engineering, quality, manufacturing, and related organizations. • Estimates set-up times, operating times, and flowtimes, as well as production and acceptance needs. • Participates in establishing operating procedures on new products and components. • Compiles cost estimates and delivery quotations, monitors performance, and prepares reports, statistics, and recommendations for management review. • Plans and performs engineering testing and development programs and uses advanced statistical and scientific methods to address and resolve engineering and production problems and to assure product manufacturability. • Analyzes processes, products, and inspection records to anticipate, identify, and correct problems and to establish quality levels and trends. • Refines product definitions, based on knowledge of manufacturing capability, to assure that released designs can be produced. • Determines acceptability of products and materials in conjunction with design agency, quality, and other affected organizations. • Interacts with design agencies and suppliers to assist in resolving design, development, production, and acceptance issues. • Prepares evaluation reports, analyzes discrepancies, makes recommendations for and initiates the most cost effective improvements for product, test equipment, procedures, and manufacturing or operating processes that improve productivity and quality and reduce flowtime. • Provides project leadership and technical guidance on complex engineering projects. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION • Job ID: req108136 • Category: Engineering • Location: ., Albuquerque, NM 87185-5250 USA Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, or veteran status.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Post Date:11/28/2017
    Expiration Date:12/28/2017
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  • Employer Name:City of Las Cruces
    Job Title:Fleet Services Administrator (SCSWA)
    Job ID:55587
    Wage/Salary:$47,534.24 - $59,419.36 / Annually
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Fleet Services Administrator (SCSWA) An Equal Opportunity Employer SALARY: $47,534.24 - $59,419.36 / Annually OPENING DATE: 11/27/17 CLOSING DATE: 12/11/17 11:59 PM NATURE OF WORK: Fulltime regular, exempt position that manages the operations, functions, and activities of South Central Solid Waste Authority (SCSWA) Fleet to ensure maintenance, disposal, and replacement of al fleet units in compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations and strategic objectives. Position functions primarily in an office environment with no notable hazards or conditions; exposure to all traffic and weather conditions when traveling to other facilities or locations within SCSWA; exposure to noise, fumes, arc welding and cutting rays when in the shop environment. Position involves light physical activity. Position involves competing demands, performing multiple tasks, working to deadlines, occasional work beyond normal business hours, and responding to customer issues. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity of services. Position is subject to drug testing in accordance with applicable State and Federal regulations and South Central Solid Waste Authority policies. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: •Plans, coordinates and manages activities to include the acquisition, maintenance, lifecycle analysis, and disposal of fleet units, to meet goals and objectives. •Manages and monitors financial activities of assigned budgets to ensure compliance and meet performance targets; oversees procurement activities for supplies, services, equipment, and other items to assure activities comply with established policies and processes. •Reviews operations and needs of departments and functions to recommend equipment specifications; participates in and oversees the writing of bid specifications for all vehicles and equipment acquisitions; reviews bids and/or quotes to make recommendations to the Purchasing Section and user Department. •Meets regularly with vendors to review work in progress, discuss and resolve administrative, workload and technical issues, and to prioritize and assign tasks and projects to assure deadlines and performance standards are met. •Reviews, maintains, and updates records in various formats, mediums, and automated systems to ensure data integrity and adherence to internal controls, practices, and policies; evaluates programs, services and activities to ensure customer and staff needs are being met; demonstrates continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless services. •Researches equipment specifications and interacts with vendors to address and resolve inquiries or issues of concern, and establish pricing agreements when applicable. •Serves as liaison to maintain positive customer relations and appropriate levels of service, support, and resources; responds to and resolves various complaints, issues, and inquiries as authorized and in accordance with established policies and procedures.
    Job Category:Other
    Post Date:11/27/2017
    Expiration Date:12/11/2017
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  • Employer Name:City of Las Cruces
    Job Title:Assistant City Attorney
    Job ID:55586
    Wage/Salary:SALARY: $58,102.98 - $87,154.47 / Annually
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:CITY OF LAS CRUCES invites applications for the position of: Assistant City Attorney An Equal Opportunity Employer SALARY:$58,102.98 - $87,154.47 / Annually OPENING DATE: 11/22/17 CLOSING DATE: Continuous NATURE OF WORK: This posting will remain open until filled. Application review will be every two weeks or as needed. Fulltime regular, exempt position that performs a variety of legal duties to support the City Attorney's office which may include review, prepare, and draft briefs, ordinances, resolutions, contracts, leases, permits, and other related documents. Work is performed in a standard office environment. Light physical demands; mostly desk work. Frequent to constant use of a personal computer. Position involves competing demands, performing multiple tasks, working to deadlines, occasional work beyond normal business hours, and responding to customer issues. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity of services. Position is subject to drug testing in accordance with applicable State and Federal regulations and City of Las Cruces policies. Current City of Las Cruces employees may be given first consideration if they meet the minimum requirements. Meeting or exceeding the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an invitation to participate in the process. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: •Receives and reviews claims and lawsuits filed against the City and recommends settlements to assist and represent the City in its defense. •Prepares and presents special and recurring reports, forms and documents, written and oral legal opinions, and prepares and drafts a variety of correspondence including letters, memos, and pleadings to provide information and status regarding various items to include litigation, settlements, and negotiations. •Prepares for and participates in court appearances including hearings, arbitration, and trials; arranges for and attends depositions and prosecutes criminal cases. •Attends and participates in various meetings; provides legal support and advice to City employees. •Receives and responds to public inquiries, citizen complaints, and requests for information. •Performs legal research utilizing various formats and mediums to obtain information.
    Job Category:Other
    Post Date:11/27/2017
    Expiration Date:12/27/2017
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  • Employer Name:Deming Public School District
    Job Title:Special Education Teacher
    Job ID:55584
    Wage/Salary:Depending on Licensure
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:BEGINNING DATE: 2017-2018 SY SALARY: Appropriate step on salary schedule. BA Degree: Level 1 Teacher - $34,000.00 Level 2 Teacher - $40,800.00 ($1,088 increment if license was issued after Oct 1, 2006 and before Oct 2, 2007) ($5,544 increment if license was issued before Oct 2, 2006) Level 3 Teacher - $52,020.00 ($1,300 increment if license was issued before Oct. 2, 2007) APPLICATION: IN-DISTRICT: Letter of interest through TalentEd Recruit & Hire Website OUT OF DISTRICT: Complete application through TalentEd Recruit & Hire Website DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: Until Closed REPORTS TO: Building Principal. JOB GOAL: To help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible individuals. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Attendance: •Adheres to district sick leave and personal leave policies. •Punctual to job assignments and meetings. •Involved in non-required school activities. •Maintains physical stamina to meet demands of the job. Instructional Planning: •Maintains clear and up-to-date written lesson plans. •Maintains up-to-date records and reports. •Relates plans to clearly defined objectives consistent with established curriculum and Educational Standards of New Mexico. •Previews and has needed materials available. •Makes effective use of planning time. •Revises plans based upon student needs, ability levels, and interests. •Uses test results to diagnose and prescribe what needs to be done to improve a situation, action, or achievement. •Focuses learning on the next concept beyond that which the student already knows. •Is familiar with non-academic growth, home environment and adjustment to school. •Provides effective home/school communication. •Seeks assistance and advice of professional staff when appropriate. •Takes advantage of Professional enhancement when available. Instructional Methods: •Develops readiness for learning. •Uses meaningful objectives. •Uses words and content appropriate to the subject area and ability of students. •Provides information in a clear and concise manner, using a multi-sensory approach. •Provides appropriate guided and independent practice. •Provides prompt and positive feedback. •Utilizes a variety of questioning techniques. •Monitors all non-direct teacher activities for their usefulness and appropriateness. •Evaluates performance on the objectives and then re-teaches or enriches as needed. •Aids students in developing positive self-concepts. •Provides the experience needed to extend students' thinking skills. •Increases the probability of continued student learning through greater motivation. Classroom Management: •Maintains a high level of time on task and redirects students who are off task. •Establishes and clearly communicates the parameters for student behavior. •Recognizes and reinforces achievement and good behavior. •Administers fair and consistent discipline. •Promotes an environment in which all students feel free to participate. •Maintains a classroom atmosphere conducive to good health and safety. •Is aware of physical, emotional, and psychological needs of students. •Provides an orderly environment. •Insures proper care of instructional equipment and materials. Competency in Subject Matter Taught and/or Services Paid: •Possesses knowledge in assigned grade, subject area or special service. •Participates in curriculum improvement. •Continues professional growth through participation in developmental opportunities. •Joins professional organizations and/or reads professional literature. 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. •While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, and talk or hear. •The employee is required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms. •The employee must lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. •Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. •Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: 182 days. Salary and benefits commensurate with contractual commitments. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with administrative procedures and established contractual protocols. Revised September 2009 THE DEMING PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, NATIONAL ORIGIN, RELIGION, AGE, SEX, MARITAL STATUS OR HANDICAP IN COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL AND STATE LAWS
    Job Category:Special Education
    Post Date:11/27/2017
    Expiration Date:01/27/2018
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  • Employer Name:Pueblo of Isleta
    Job Title:Nutritionist
    Job ID:55581
    Wage/Salary:$45,588.00 - $55,845.00
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:This position is located at the Pueblo of Isleta Health Clinic, Diabetes program. Provides nutritional needs assessment, nutrition and fitness education, and counseling to the clients of the Diabetes program.
    Job Category:Health Services
    Post Date:11/27/2017
    Expiration Date:12/27/2017
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  • Employer Name:DFW Airport Police
    Job Title:Police Recruit / Police Officer
    Job ID:55580
    Wage/Salary:$52,944 - $58,841
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Attends recruit training courses providing classroom and field instruction in basic police procedures, techniques and laws including lectures, practical demonstrations and participation in courses covering areas such as patrol duties and criminal investigation, criminal and traffic laws and airport ordinances, use of weapons, preparation of records, public relations and fundamental principles of psychology and sociology. Participation in the completion of field training programs that include: - Responding to calls for police service to all locations on the airport; making preliminary investigations of criminal offenses, assisting citizens and passengers to minimize inconveniences, assisting with lost and disabled vehicles, enforcing airport code, traffic regulations and criminal violations; assisting other Public Safety personnel. - Enforcing federal, state and local laws, ordinances and resolutions, making arrests and Issuing citations as appropriate. - Investigating offenses, accidents and suspicious circumstances or persons, collecting evidence, interviewing witnesses, and preparing reports. - Deterring persons who might engage in illegal activity through active visible patrols. - Providing law enforcement support to the passenger and baggage screening process. - Reporting any hazard to persons or property to the proper authority to ensure correction. - Actively patrolling both public and restricted areas in support of the Airport Security Plan. - Assisting other DPS divisions in the mitigation of threats to life and property. - Stopping and investigating all suspicious persons, vehicles, or circumstances. - Proactively engaging the airport community in constructive dialogue fostering positive relationships in support of the department 's community policing philosophy . - Reporting and seeking resolution to all offenses reported and observed. - Pursuing and apprehending escaping prisoners or felons. - Aiding outside police agencies when assistance is needed. - Performing police work in a patrol car, on a bicycle or motorcycle, or on foot. - Performing police work utilizing specialized equipment including but not limited to radar, special weapons, audio/video systems, and other equipment in support of law enforcement. - Patrolling remote and terminal parking areas to prevent criminal acts against employees and passengers,property and vehiclesand apprehendviolators. - Performing investigations including, but not limited to, pre-employment and background, criminal, administrative and traffic investigations. - Reviewing design/construction plans and conducting inspections to ensure compliance with security and traffic regulations for Airport construction projects.
    Job Category:Law Enforcement
    Post Date:11/27/2017
    Expiration Date:12/27/2017
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  • Employer Name:Pacific Union Financial
    Job Title:Loan Officer Trainee Program
    Job ID:55579
    Wage/Salary:$65,000-$75,000
    Employment Start Date:January 2018
    Job Description:A Career in Mortgage, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Are you looking for a new career path but are unsure where to begin your career search? Well, look no further. No matter the industry or profession you are in today we are looking for exceptional talent for our Loan Officer Trainee Program! If you are a confident and competitive self-starter with a naturally outgoing and persuasive personality type, this program may be a great fit. We work quickly in an energetic environment while constantly driving toward objectives and delivering a high-quality product with care and accuracy. Program Highlights: o Paid 16-week Training Program including Licensing test preparation. o Paid National Licensing and State Licensing o Paid Licensing renewals and continuing education o Excellent Benefits Package o On-Target Earnings (base wage + commission) of $65,000-$75,000 or more – there is no cap! So, what does a Loan Officer do every day? • We teach a consultative approach to our mortgage clients, we educate and provide our customers with all options while delivering best in class service.  Discuss current and future mortgage opportunities  Review credit and financial situation(s)  Evaluate various loan products and provide mortgage options to the customer  Always deliver an exceptional experience with every phone call, email, or interaction • We provide service from the beginning to the end of the loan process.  Facilitate upfront borrower documentation submission  Be the conduit between the customer and all points of the process  Always deliver an exceptional experience with every phone call, email, or interaction (yes, repeated on purpose!) • We operate in this manner:  Warm transfers, our borrowers and leads are in the mortgage space already – no "cold calling."  This is 100% via telephone and covers multiple states – licensed mortgage loan officers can do business in any state they hold a license and we have borrowers in all 50 states.  We use multiple technology platforms – accuracy and efficiency is essential to our employee’s success.  We believe in compensating for performance. Do well and get paid well, do great and get paid great…it’s that simple!
    Job Category:Finance
    Post Date:11/22/2017
    Expiration Date:12/22/2017
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  • Employer Name:Laguna Development Corporation
    Job Title:Senior Auditor
    Job ID:55578
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Under the direction of the Internal Audit Manager or appropriate member in the chain of command, the Senior Auditor supports the company’s business objectives and internal control activities by performing audits of its operational, financial, compliance and management functions to ensure compliance with internal policies and procedures and relevant laws and regulations. The Senior Auditor assists in performing the annual corporate risk assessment and developing the Internal Audit Plan for the Internal Audit Leadership Team review/approval. Expectations: • Adhere to Laguna Development Corporation (LDC) Core Values, Policies & Procedures. • Act as a role model within and outside the corporation. • Maintain a positive and respectful attitude toward customers and co-workers. • Consistently report to work on time prepared to perform duties of position. Essential Duties & Responsibilities: • Plan and perform compliance and operational audits of the LDC organization including its subsidiaries. • Carefully adhere to IA operating procedures to ensure audits, investigations, and other assigned projects are performed and documented in a manner which consistently meets IA Standards and the needs of LDC. • Assess current internal controls during all audits, including identification of risks and formulation of relevant recommendations for addressing them. • Regularly communicate the status of current audits/other assigned projects with relevant management. Develop draft reports of audit/project results for review/approval by the Internal Audit leadership team and issuance in a timely manner. • Notify the Internal Audit leadership team immediately of any issues identified which indicate potential fraud and/or other potential financial loss by the organization, as well as other issues which could negatively impact the corporation. • Provide appropriate supervision and guidance to IA staff as assigned. • Acquire and maintain the appropriate knowledge, skills and competencies to fulfill assigned audit and other responsibilities to the organization. • Consistently exhibit the highest level of professionalism and objectivity when gathering, evaluating, and communicating information about current work assignments, and at all other times when representing LDC. • Maintain organizational independence and objectivity at all times and notify the Internal Audit leadership team immediately if potential threats or impairments to such are noted. • Maintain strict confidentiality and properly safeguard all LDC records and information accessed while performing job assignments or under any other circumstances. • Ensure all conclusions drawn from audit evidence and/or testwork performed are factual, accurate, complete, and fully documented. • Communicate with auditees and all other LDC organization personnel in a consistently professional and responsible manner. Build positive relationships in all areas and at all levels of the organization based on mutual trust and IA’s accessibility and responsiveness to the needs of the organization. • Be friendly and courteous to all guests/customers encountered while working in the field. Eagerly provide an appropriate level of assistance when needed (e.g. provide directions or locate an appropriate staff member to assist guests/customers with their specific needs). • Maintain excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Prioritize work assignments. • Actively participate in LDC Management Capacity Program as required. • Perform additional duties and responsibilities as necessary or assigned.
    Job Category:Accounting/Auditing
    Post Date:11/22/2017
    Expiration Date:12/22/2017
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  • Employer Name:KRQE-TV
    Job Title:Multimedia Journalist
    Job ID:55577
    Wage/Salary:*
    Employment Start Date:ASAP
    Job Description:KRQE-TV a CBS affiliate is searching for a multimedia journalist to join our news efforts in Albuquerque, NM. We need a storyteller who understands how to develop local contacts, generate community news, enterprise story ideas and provide reliable & accurate reporting. Successful candidates must be able to shoot compelling video and interviews, write clearly, voice and edit stories for broadcast and post content to the web. Essential Duties & Responsibilities: • Reports news stories for broadcast, describing the background and details of events. • Arranges interviews with people who can provide information about stories. • Reviews copy and corrects errors in content, grammar and punctuation, following prescribed editorial style and formatting guidelines. • Reviews and evaluates notes taken about event aspects in order to isolate pertinent facts and details. • Determines a story's emphasis, length and format, and organizes material accordingly. • Researches and analyzes background information related to news stories in order to be able to provide complete and accurate information. • Gathers information about events through research, interviews, experience or attendance at political, news, sports, artistic, social or other functions. • Pitches stories to news managers and news producers which are relevant to the local community. • Receives assignments and evaluates leads and tips to develop story ideas. • Discusses issues with producers and/or news managers to establish priorities or positions. • Checks reference materials such as books, news files or public records to obtain relevant facts. • Revises work to meet editorial approval or to fit time requirements. • Shoots and edits news events and news reports. • Produces and presents reports for all platforms. • Ensures that all content meets company standards for journalistic integrity and production quality. • Writes stories for the web and other digital media platforms. • Interacts with viewers/users on social media sites. • Performs special projects and other duties as assigned. Physical Demands & Work Environment: The Multimedia Journalist must be able to sit, conduct telephone conversations, use electronic mail, write letters and memos, conduct face-to-face discussions with individuals or groups, make decisions without supervision, make decisions that impact the results of co-workers, work in close proximity to others, work outdoors occasionally in all weather conditions, and work indoors in environmentally controlled conditions. In addition, the Multimedia Journalist must be able to lift, set up and operate equipment weighing up to 20 pounds, and be able to handle, control or feel objects, tools or controls. Repetitive movements are required. Work may be conducted in extremely bright or inadequate lighting conditions.
    Job Category:Television
    Post Date:11/22/2017
    Expiration Date:12/22/2017
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  • Employer Name:YWCA El Paso Del Norte Region
    Job Title:Director
    Job ID:55574
    Wage/Salary:Commensurate with experience
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Under direct supervision from the Early Learning Academy (ELA) Administrator, directs child development programs, monitors and ensures safety of children and staff, and manages all academy operations. Directly supervises staff assigned to the ELA. Leads, coordinates and administers all child development programs, and academic initiatives in the academy for children ages birth to 12 years old. Promotes strong academic programs and engages parents with the learning of their children and the activities of the ELA.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/21/2017
    Expiration Date:01/31/2018
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  • Employer Name:City of Las Cruces
    Job Title:Communications System Technician
    Job ID:55573
    Wage/Salary:$19.58 /Hour
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Communications System Technician An Equal Opportunity Employer SALARY:$19.58 /Hour OPENING DATE: 11/20/17 CLOSING DATE: 12/11/17 11:59 PM NATURE OF WORK: Fulltime regular, non-exempt technician position at the journeyman level responsible for the performance, installation and maintenance of radio communications and related system(s), electronics equipment, video surveillance, and telecommunications/data structured cabling for City Departments and public safety functions to include emergency dispatch services. Work is performed in a standard office environment, workshops and outdoors in hazardous locations; may be exposed to electrical shocks and burns. Light physical demands; mostly light lifting and technical maintenance tasks; must not be colorblind. Frequent use of a personal computer. Position involves competing demands, performing multiple tasks, working to deadlines, occasional work beyond normal business hours, and responding to customer issues. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity of services. Position is subject to drug testing in accordance with applicable State and Federal regulations and City of Las Cruces policies. Current City of Las Cruces employees may be given first consideration if they meet the minimum requirements. Meeting or exceeding the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an invitation to participate in the process. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: · Installs, maintains, troubleshoots, and updates existing communications systems, radio communication equipment, mobile radios and consoles; installs, integrates and tests mobile, handheld, and radio communications equipment; performs preventative maintenance: repairs telecommunications support equipment; monitors and resolves system issues, and performs trouble-shooting to isolate and diagnose system problems; identifies, locates, resolves and repairs component problems; tests and calibrates components; maintains and programs system management database to ensure seamless, consistent and effective operations of all systems and equipment. · Maintains equipment at all locations and transmission sites to ensure systems are in compliance with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) technical parameters, rules, regulations and standards. · Maintains accurate records on installation, maintenance and repair of equipment; updates database of radio system and CEC channel switches; installs and performs maintenance on voice and data structured cabling and public address (PA) systems; researches regulations, procedures, and technical reference materials to ensure compliance with all City and state safety policies and procedures, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations. · Conducts site surveys, pulls wire/cable, and terminates and tests copper cable to meet the highest level of specification according to ANSI and TIA standards
    Job Category:Communication, Other
    Post Date:11/21/2017
    Expiration Date:12/11/2017
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  • Employer Name:Bureau of Indian Education
    Job Title:Elementary Teacher
    Job ID:55567
    Wage/Salary:$217.86 to $437.54 per day (BIE Education Pay Schedule is based on education & experience)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Bureau of Indian Education's mission is to provide quality education opportunities from early childhood through life in accordance with the tribes' needs for cultural and economic well-being and in keeping with the wide diversity of Indian tribes and Alaska Native villages as distinct cultural and governmental entities. JOIN US AS WE INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION! POSITION TITLE & GRADE: Teacher (Elementary), CY-1710, Level 11 - 17 (1 Position) POSITION INFORMATION: School Year Contract (Full-Time Seasonal) STATEMENT OF DUTIES: The teacher will provide instruction at the professional level, as a classroom teacher, as a team teacher or a remedial or special services teacher according to the setting and organizational structure of the school. He/she will be responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating instructional activities under stated guidelines. SALARY RANGE: $217.86 to $437.54 per day (BIE Education Pay Schedule: based on education & experience) LOCATION: Department of Interior, Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, New Mexico Navajo South ELO, Crystal Boarding School, Navajo, New Mexico ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: D36N05-2018-68 ISSUING DATE: 10/30/2017 CLOSING DATE: 09/28/2018 CONSIDERATION AREA: Area Wide INDIAN PREFERENCE POLICY: Preference in filling vacancies is given to qualified Indian candidates in accordance with the Indian Preference Act of 1934 (Title 25, USC, Section 472). Verification Form BIA-4432 must be submitted with the application if claiming Indian Preference. Indian. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Within the scope of Indian preference, all candidates will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, national origin or other non-merit factors. REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION LANGUAGE: This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you need reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify this agency. The decision in granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:09/28/2018
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  • Employer Name:Bureau of Indian Education
    Job Title:Elementary Teacher
    Job ID:55566
    Wage/Salary:$217.86 to $437.54 per day (BIE Education Pay Schedule is based on education & experience)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Bureau of Indian Education's mission is to provide quality education opportunities from early childhood through life in accordance with the tribes' needs for cultural and economic well-being and in keeping with the wide diversity of Indian tribes and Alaska Native villages as distinct cultural and governmental entities. JOIN US AS WE INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION! POSITION TITLE & GRADE: Teacher(Elementary), CY-1710, Level 11 -17 (1 Position) STATEMENT OF DUTIES: The teacher will provide instruction at the professional level, as a classroom teacher, as a team teacher or a remedial or special services teacher according to the setting and organizational structure of the school. He/she will be responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating instructional activities under stated guidelines. POSITION INFORMATION: School Year Contract (Full-Time Seasonal) SALARY RANGE: $217.86 to $437.54 per day (BIE Education Pay Schedule: based on education & experience) LOCATION: Department of Interior, Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education T’iists’oozi’Bi’Olta Community School (Crownpoint) Crownpoint, New Mexico ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: D34N23-2018-79 ISSUING DATE: 11/01/2017 CLOSING DATE: 09/28/2018 CONSIDERATION AREA: Area Wide INDIAN PREFERENCE POLICY: Preference in filling vacancies is given to qualified Indian candidates in accordance with the Indian Preference Act of 1934 (Title 25, USC, Section 472). Verification Form BIA-4432 must be submitted with the application if claiming Indian Preference. Indian. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Within the scope of Indian preference, all candidates will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, national origin or other non-merit factors. REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION LANGUAGE: This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you need reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify this agency. The decision in granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:09/28/2018
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  • Employer Name:City of Hobbs
    Job Title:Health & Wellbeing Coordinator #815
    Job ID:55563
    Wage/Salary:$21.99 per hour to $25.29 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range) $21.99 per hour to $36.91 per hour (Full Range)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Health & Wellbeing Coordinator #815 Parks & Recreation $21.99 per hour to $25.29 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range) $21.99 per hour to $36.91 per hour (Full Range) SHIFT: 40 hours weekly; hours vary POSTED: November 16, 2017 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date. ESSENTIAL DUTIES • Supervises staff which includes prioritizing and assigning work; assists with performance evaluations; ensures staff is trained; ensures employees understand and follow policies and procedures; maintains a healthy and safe working environment; and makes hiring, termination, and disciplinary recommendations. Supervises group exercise and holistic programs, orients new members to fitness programming and provides quality personal training sessions. • Develops and makes recommendations for additional programs/classes for the CORE. • Works with marketing staff to inform the community through advertising and promotions of all events related to health and wellbeing programming and/or events. • Supervises the care and maintenance of the fitness areas and studios including weight equipment, check-out items, etc., tracks all fitness equipment and ensures proper maintenance is performed as well as inspecting all parts to ensure safety. • Trains staff on proper practices related to fitness assessments. • Designs and develops fitness programs and possesses proven ability to build relationships internally and externally. • Works with several independent contractors for the development of group exercise classes as well as holistic programs. • Monitors division budget including revenue and expenditure projections plus supply and equipment needs. • Assists the Director in budget preparation.
    Job Category:Health
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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  • Employer Name:College Forward
    Job Title:AmeriCorps College Success Coach
    Job ID:55557
    Wage/Salary:a bi-weekly living stipend of $526.25 (pre-tax)
    Employment Start Date:1/8/2018
    Job Description:College Forward seeks full-time AmeriCorps*Texas members to serve as College Coaches in rural settings from January 8 – July 6, 2018 who possess a sincere interest in empowering youth and a passion for higher education. Texas service locations include, but are not limited to: Alpine, , Texarkana and Paris, and applicants may specify their preferred service location. Applicants should possess strong interpersonal, organizational, and research skills to assist College Forward with providing college completion services to more than 3,000 collegians and improve and build the sustainability and success rate of the program in order to serve a rapidly increasing number of college students and graduates. In addition to meaningful service experience, College Forward AmeriCorps members receive… - a bi-weekly living stipend of $526.25 (pre-tax) - an Eli Segal Education Award ($2,960) - free medical insurance and low-cost dental and vision insurance - monthly mileage reimbursements and cell phone use stipends - Food Stamps aid if eligible - the opportunity to forbear qualified student loans during service Members must serve a minimum of 900 hours of service (an average of 40-45 hrs/wk) and complete their full contractual term of 11 months in order to qualify for the Eli Segal Education Award. NOTE: Mandatory AmeriCorps trainings will be held January 8, 2018 for pre-service orientation. This position will have access to vulnerable populations. In the event of a local, state or federal disaster declaration, AmeriCorps members may occasionally need to deploy to an affected area (in-state or out-of-state) to participate in response or recovery operations for up to 60 days. During this time, service hours spent in response to that event may be counted towards the total required member hours of a given members. Any given member will be given no more than 120 days on disaster related activities in a given member year without the prior consent on the OneStar Foundation unless otherwise specified in the program’s approved grant and program design (in the case of programs with a Disaster area focus). ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Ensure that students consistently receive the highest quality of services, that their needs are met, and that each student makes satisfactory progress toward program goals - Contact assigned collegians through in-person meetings, phone, email, and online messaging to address specific needs and troubleshoot problems that may arise - Work on college campuses to provide students direct college transition counseling and support in areas including, but not limited to: freshman orientation, course registration, financial aid/FAFSA issues, college transfers, career development, and other miscellaneous issues. Conduct research, provide referrals, arrange meetings, and accompany students to appointments as necessary - Teach after-school classes for 25-30 economically disadvantaged and/or first-generation high school students at local high school campus(es) - Work on high school campuses to provide students direct college transition counseling and support in areas including, but not limited to: freshman orientation, course registration, financial aid/FAFSA issues, college transfers, career development, and other miscellaneous issues. Conduct research, provide referrals, arrange meetings, and accompany students to appointments as necessary - Provide extended support and create personalized action plans for students in challenging situations, including loss of financial aid, family crises, drop-outs, stop-outs, deferrals, MIA students, and students enrolled in two-year colleges - Maintain excellent working relationships with supervisors, fellow AmeriCorps members, school district and college personnel, students and families, volunteers, donors, and the greater community - Plan, coordinate and attend required programmatic and community service events for students and parents - Organize and maintain up-to-date student information on student progress including milestones and deliverable in databases and physical files; monitor program statistics; produce reports as needed - Submit weekly timesheets, periodic reports (i.e. monthly reports, self-evaluations, and supervisor evaluations), and other service-related documentation as required - Other duties as needed ANCILLARY FUNCTIONS: - Provide recognition and leadership opportunities to students as appropriate, including giving internal/external awards, writing recommendation letters, and composing recognition articles for newsletter and press releases - Assist in the gathering of documentation on the rural student experience and collaborating with Program Managers to build short-term and long-term solutions. - Assist and attend events and programs and assist non-program students on campuses as requested by the college administration - Adhere to program and organizational calendars for on-time task assignment and completion - Coordinate with the supervisor to order, maintain, and inventory program supplies. In addition to meaningful service experience, College Forward AmeriCorps members receive… - a bi-weekly living stipend of $526.25 (pre-tax) - an Eli Segal Education Award ($2,960) - free medical insurance and low-cost dental and vision insurance - monthly mileage reimbursements and cell phone use stipends - the opportunity to forbear qualified student loans during service WORK ENVIRONMENT: College Forward is a dynamic, progressive and youth-focused working environment. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud. Responsibilities may frequently require an adjusted work schedule and/or evening/weekend hours in order to meet deadlines or satisfy program requirements.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/18/2017
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  • Employer Name:College Forward
    Job Title:AmeriCorps College Access Coach
    Job ID:55555
    Wage/Salary:a bi-weekly living stipend of $526.25 (pre-tax)
    Employment Start Date:1/8/2018
    Job Description:College Forward seeks full-time AmeriCorps*Texas members to serve as College Completion Coaches at our Austin, Texas site from January 8, 2018 – July 6, 2018 who possess a sincere interest in empowering youth and a passion for higher education. Applicants should possess strong interpersonal, organizational, and research skills to assist College Forward with providing college completion services to more than 3,000 collegians and improve and build the sustainability and success rate of the program in order to serve a rapidly increasing number of college students and graduates. Members must serve a minimum of 900 hours of service (an average of 40-45 hrs/wk) and complete their full contractual term of 6 months in order to qualify for the Eli Segal Education Award. In addition to meaningful service experience, College Forward AmeriCorps members receive… - a bi-weekly living stipend of $526.25 (pre-tax) - an Eli Segal Education Award ($2,960) - free medical insurance and low-cost dental and vision insurance - monthly mileage reimbursements and cell phone use stipends - Food Stamps aid if eligible - the opportunity to forbear qualified student loans during service NOTE: Mandatory AmeriCorps trainings will be held August 7, 2017 for pre-service orientation. This position will have access to vulnerable populations. In the event of a local, state or federal disaster declaration, AmeriCorps members may occasionally need to deploy to an affected area (in-state or out-of-state) to participate in response or recovery operations for up to 60 days. During this time, service hours spent in response to that event may be counted towards the total required member hours of a given members. Any given member will be given no more than 120 days on disaster related activities in a given member year without the prior consent on the OneStar Foundation unless otherwise specified in the program’s approved grant and program design (in the case of programs with a Disaster area focus). ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Contact one’s assigned collegians once per month by phone, email, online messaging, and possible personal meeting to address specific needs and troubleshoot problems that may arise - Work on college campuses as applicable to provide students direct college transition counseling and support in areas including, but not limited to: freshman orientation, course registration, financial aid/FAFSA issues, college transfers, career development, and other miscellaneous issues. Conduct research, provide referrals, arrange meetings, and accompany students to appointments as necessary - Provide extended support and create personalized action plans for students in "red flag" situations, including loss of financial aid, family crises, drop-outs, stop-outs, deferrals, MIA students, and students enrolled in two-year colleges - Utilize national college enrollment databases and request school transcripts to confirm college enrollment; track, document and report collegian progress toward college graduation - Coordinate campus gatherings and student mentor programs for students attending select campuses throughout Texas, and periodically make in-person campus visits. - Orient College Forward’s high school students to the College Completion program and its services by assisting the High School Program team in preparing and administering college completion and transition curriculum to graduating high school seniors; ensure that students successfully enroll in completion services - Organize and maintain up-to-date student information on student progress including milestones and deliverables in databases and physical files; monitor completion program statistics; produce reports as needed - Submit weekly timesheets, periodic reports (i.e. monthly reports, self-evaluations, and supervisor evaluations), and other service-related documentation as required - Attend required programmatic and community service events ANCILLARY FUNCTIONS: - Provide recognition and leadership opportunities to collegians as appropriate, including giving internal/external awards, writing recommendation letters, and composing recognition articles for newsletter and press releases - Evaluate college completion efforts quantitatively and qualitatively for future program improvement by conducting research on best practices in college completion initiatives and gathering qualitative collegian feedback (via collegian surveys, retreats, events and/or meetings) - Maintain excellent working relationships with supervisors, fellow AmeriCorps members, school district and college personnel, students and families, volunteers, donors, and the greater community - Update and monitor College Forward’s online social networking sites; respond frequently Assist and attend events and programs and assist non-program students on campuses as requested by the college administration - Serve on project teams on the following subjects, including but not limited to: AmeriCorps member recruitment, mentor program, students who are undocumented, program monitoring and evaluation, community college students, students who are parents services, and community service activities WORK ENVIRONMENT: College Forward is a dynamic, progressive and youth-focused working environment. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud. Responsibilities may frequently require an adjusted work schedule and/or evening/weekend hours in order to meet deadlines or satisfy program requirements.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/18/2017
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  • Employer Name:College Forward
    Job Title:AmeriCorps College Completion Coach
    Job ID:55554
    Wage/Salary:a bi-weekly living stipend of $525.25 (pre-tax)
    Employment Start Date:1/8/2018
    Job Description:College Forward seeks full-time AmeriCorps*Texas members to serve as College Coaches in rural settings from January 8, 2018 – July 6, 2018 who possess a sincere interest in empowering youth and a passion for higher education. Texas service locations include, but are not limited to: Austin, Texarkana and Paris, and applicants may specify their preferred service location. Applicants should possess strong interpersonal, organizational, and research skills to assist College Forward with providing college completion services to more than 3,000 collegians and improve and build the sustainability and success rate of the program in order to serve a rapidly increasing number of college students and graduates. In addition to meaningful service experience, College Forward AmeriCorps members receive… - a bi-weekly living stipend of $526.25 (pre-tax) - an Eli Segal Education Award ($2,960) - free medical insurance and low-cost dental and vision insurance - monthly mileage reimbursements and cell phone use stipends - Food Stamps aid if eligible - the opportunity to forbear qualified student loans during service Members must serve a minimum of 900 hours of service (an average of 40-45 hrs/wk) and complete their full contractual term of 6 months in order to qualify for the Eli Segal Education Award. NOTE: Mandatory AmeriCorps trainings will be held January 8, 2018 for pre-service orientation. This position will have access to vulnerable populations. In the event of a local, state or federal disaster declaration, AmeriCorps members may occasionally need to deploy to an affected area (in-state or out-of-state) to participate in response or recovery operations for up to 60 days. During this time, service hours spent in response to that event may be counted towards the total required member hours of a given members. Any given member will be given no more than 120 days on disaster related activities in a given member year without the prior consent on the OneStar Foundation unless otherwise specified in the program’s approved grant and program design (in the case of programs with a Disaster area focus). ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Ensure that students consistently receive the highest quality of services, that their needs are met, and that each student makes satisfactory progress toward program goals - Contact assigned collegians through in-person meetings, phone, email, and online messaging to address specific needs and troubleshoot problems that may arise - Work on college campuses to provide students direct college transition counseling and support in areas including, but not limited to: freshman orientation, course registration, financial aid/FAFSA issues, college transfers, career development, and other miscellaneous issues. Conduct research, provide referrals, arrange meetings, and accompany students to appointments as necessary - Teach after-school classes for 25-30 economically disadvantaged and/or first-generation high school students at local high school campus(es) - Work on high school campuses to provide students direct college transition counseling and support in areas including, but not limited to: freshman orientation, course registration, financial aid/FAFSA issues, college transfers, career development, and other miscellaneous issues. Conduct research, provide referrals, arrange meetings, and accompany students to appointments as necessary - Provide extended support and create personalized action plans for students in challenging situations, including loss of financial aid, family crises, drop-outs, stop-outs, deferrals, MIA students, and students enrolled in two-year colleges - Maintain excellent working relationships with supervisors, fellow AmeriCorps members, school district and college personnel, students and families, volunteers, donors, and the greater community - Plan, coordinate and attend required programmatic and community service events for students and parents - Organize and maintain up-to-date student information on student progress including milestones and deliverable in databases and physical files; monitor program statistics; produce reports as needed - Submit weekly timesheets, periodic reports (i.e. monthly reports, self-evaluations, and supervisor evaluations), and other service-related documentation as required - Other duties as needed ANCILLARY FUNCTIONS: - Provide recognition and leadership opportunities to students as appropriate, including giving internal/external awards, writing recommendation letters, and composing recognition articles for newsletter and press releases - Assist in the gathering of documentation on the rural student experience and collaborating with Program Managers to build short-term and long-term solutions. - Assist and attend events and programs and assist non-program students on campuses as requested by the college administration - Adhere to program and organizational calendars for on-time task assignment and completion - Coordinate with the supervisor to order, maintain, and inventory program supplies. In addition to meaningful service experience, College Forward AmeriCorps members receive… - a bi-weekly living stipend of $526.25 (pre-tax) - an Eli Segal Education Award ($2,960) - free medical insurance and low-cost dental and vision insurance - monthly mileage reimbursements and cell phone use stipends - the opportunity to forbear qualified student loans during service WORK ENVIRONMENT: College Forward is a dynamic, progressive and youth-focused working environment. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud. Responsibilities may frequently require an adjusted work schedule and/or evening/weekend hours in order to meet deadlines or satisfy program requirements.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/18/2017
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  • Employer Name:Meadowbrook Insurance Group
    Job Title:Insurance Claims Trainee
    Job ID:55551
    Wage/Salary:$45,000
    Employment Start Date:06/11/2018
    Job Description:This is a rigorous program that provides mentorship from senior level staff, a balance of formal course work and self-study, as well as gradual hands on claim handling experience. • During this time you will gain valuable insight into the handling of claims by investigating, evaluating, reserving and settling of actual claims. Upon completion you will be qualified to begin your career with Meadowbrook as a Claim Representative in any of our claims offices. A Claims Trainee will; o Learn through self-study training modules and hands-on learning experiences to adjust insurance claims productively and skillfully. o Verify coverage, investigate losses, evaluate claim, set reserves negotiate settlements or deny payment where no coverage, liability or compensability exists.
    Job Category:Insurance Broker/Underwriter/Claims
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:05/31/2018
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  • Employer Name:University Of New Mexico (UNM)
    Job Title:Student Program Advisor
    Job ID:55544
    Wage/Salary:$12.38 To $18.57
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Located approximately 130 miles west of Albuquerque, UNM Gallup Branch is a two-year branch campus of the University of New Mexico. The University of New Mexico established branch colleges to provide the highest quality of education for students pursuing post-secondary education at different locations throughout the state. Branch colleges respond specifically to the unique needs and multicultural backgrounds of their respective communities by offering community education programs, career, and technical education including certificate and associate degree programs, and transfer programs that prepare students for upper division entry into colleges and universities. TRIO/Student Support Services (SSS) at the University of New Mexico Gallup campus is a dynamic and diverse program seeking a highly motivated Student Program Advisor to coordinate tutoring and academic support services for program participants. The success of the student population served requires the Student Program Advisor to be proficient in planning, and implementing student success initiatives designed to accomplish goals and objectives set for by the funding agency. The selected candidate will provide direct oversight of the tutoring component, develop tutoring services, and arrange supplemental instruction and workshops for SSS participants while leading and coordinating the activities of peer tutors/mentors in collaboration with other staff. The ability to partner with faculty to support the assessment of instructional needs, align academic support with course curricula, and promote program services is essential.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/17/2017
    Expiration Date:12/17/2017
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  • Employer Name:Teach Kentucky
    Job Title:Teachers for Middle & High School - (Certification NOT Required)
    Job ID:55543
    Wage/Salary:$42,700
    Employment Start Date:June 1, 2018
    Job Description:Teach Kentucky  (www.teachkentucky.com)  is seeking college graduates in most majors to teach full time in priority public middle and high schools of the Greater Louisville, KY area while pursuing an Alternative Route Teacher Certification via a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree. You will be the teacher of record in a classroom earning a full time teacher’s salary while you earn your certification. While education majors and certified teachers are certainly welcome to apply, our primary interest is in those who are not certified or in a certification track, but who have a desire to teach or at least explore teaching as a possible career.  Teach Kentucky focuses on providing a supportive environment and sense of community where teachers are encouraged to use creativity and innovative teaching techniques to enrich the lives of students, the face of education, and their own lives. "Teach Kentucky emphasizes individual teacher support, which is critical during the first year of teaching, as well as a sense of camaraderie with fellow teachers, and connection to the Louisville community." - Paul Barnwell, 14-year teacher Apply online at: http://teachkentucky.com/apply/ or contact Rowan Claypool 502-599-5061 / rowan@teachkentucky.com INTENSE PREPARATION AND SUPPORT * Six-week Summer Institute focusing on content specific lesson planning, behavior    management, classroom organization techniques, and career development training. *One-on-one support inside and outside the classroom with a Retired Master Teacher    Advocate. *One-on-one content lesson plan coaching with a veteran Teach Kentucky teacher. *Practice teaching sessions. *Classroom observations. *Enrollment in an alternative route to certification Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) *Social events and community connections. DEVELOPING LEADERS Our 160+ teachers have an outstanding track record of going above and beyond their classroom responsibilities to make a difference. Three have gone on to become the youngest Assistant Principals in their districts. One of our teachers has recently become one of the youngest Principals in their district.  In addition to this, we have a state Teacher of the Year recipient, several who have gained National Board Certification and others who published in national education journals. Over 70% of our teachers gain leadership roles in their schools after the first year. WHAT DIFFERENCE CAN YOU MAKE? Through Teach Kentucky, you have the opportunity not only to educate, but also to inspire positive change in the lives of your students, making a significant difference in the school where you teach.  As a teacher, you will be challenged every day to push your students towards their potential. Your impact doesn't stop in the classroom, however. Teach Kentucky helps foster relationships with other members of the community so that you are truly able to make a difference in the city as well as benefit from those broader relationships. Apply online at: http://teachkentucky.com/apply/ or contact Rowan Claypool 502-599-5061 / rowan@teachkentucky.com QUALIFICATIONS TO APPLY: *Bachelor’s degree by June *Minimum 2.75** cumulative undergraduate GPA at time of graduation. 3.0 GPA preferred. **The minimum GPA is mandated by our partner universities for the MAT. THE PERKS: *Full-time teacher employed by the school district with the same starting salary and benefits as all other beginning teachers. (Salary varies by district but most are in the $42,500+ range). *Up to $2000 relocation incentive. *Reimbursement of Praxis Subject Assessment Exams (SAEs) in core content area(s). *Free month of transitional housing. *Extensive mentor support team during your first year. *Annual pay increases. *Pay increase of $4,000 upon completion of MAT. *Waiver for out-of-state MAT tuition, a savings of over $6,000. *Various district specific scholarships available for high critical need content teachers. Critical needs vary from year to year. *STEM merit scholarship competitively awarded for up to 80% of MAT tuition cost. *Multiple other scholarships and grants available depending on a variety of factors which may cover up to 80% of MAT tuition cost. Apply online at: http://teachkentucky.com/apply/ or contact Rowan Claypool 502-599-5061 / rowan@teachkentucky.com A GREAT CITY IN WHICH TO LIVE Voted "Most Compassionate City," as well as "Most Livable City," Louisville is more than home to the Kentucky Derby. Here are a few of the recognitions Louisville has received just this year: - One of the "Best Entrepreneurial Cities" by entrepreneur.com.  - America’s "Breakout Cities for 2014" by CNNMoney. - A Top 20 "City With Economic Momentum" by NewGeography.com. - Eighth on the list of "Best Towns in America" by Outside Magazine. - Eighth "Most Affordable City in the U.S." by Forbes. - Top 10 "Bike-Friendly City" by USA Today - One of the "Top 10 Cities for Being a Homeowner" by NerdWallet.com. - One of the top "Creative Cities for 20-Somethings" by PolicyMic.com. Also go to http://money.cnn.com/calculator/pf/cost-of-living/ to compare the cost of living in Louisville to any other major city. You will find that Louisville is a very affordable place to live According to the National Center for Policy Analysis, the median pay (adjusted for cost of living) for teachers in Louisville, Kentucky is the ninth highest in the nation! http://www.ncpa.org/pdfs/2014_Teacher_Pay_Report-NCPA_MacIver.pdf For answers to questions, don’t hesitate to call or email: Rowan Claypool, Founder and President, 502-599-5061,  rowan@teachkentucky.com
    Job Category:Education, Teaching - Middle School, Teaching - Secondary
    Post Date:11/17/2017
    Expiration Date:12/17/2017
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  • Employer Name:NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
    Job Title:Insurance and Financial Professional
    Job ID:55542
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:12/1/2017
    Job Description:New York Life is one of the leading financial services and insurance firms in the area. As New York Life continues to grow, the challenge is to find the right people to train as financial professionals to address the firm’s expansion plans. Due to New York Life’s top-notch training, candidates do not need prior financial experience to be considered. This career opportunity offers significant earnings potential, comprehensive training, and in-depth team support – along with a product portfolio that is regarded as an industry leader.
    Job Category:Insurance Broker/Underwriter/Claims
    Post Date:11/16/2017
    Expiration Date:12/16/2017
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  • Employer Name:Thrivent Financial
    Job Title:Financial Advisor
    Job ID:55538
    Wage/Salary:Commission
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Life is short - Work somewhere extraordinary! Find purpose guiding others on their journey to be wise with money and live generously by helping them create a financial strategy based on their values and what’s important to them. As a Thrivent Financial advisor, you become part of an organization where money is viewed as a tool to help others reach their goals, rather than a goal itself. You’ll help members make the most of their time, talent and treasures, knowing their financial strategies are solid and on track. Job Description When you join us, you’ll have the opportunity to establish, grow and manage your business as an independent contractor. You’ll be rewarded for building genuine, long term relationships as you guide members to their goals. With a full range of financial products to offer, you’ll be well equipped to help members: • Confidently prepare for a secure retirement. •Financially protect their families in the event of illness, injury, aging or death. •Fund their kids’ or grandkids’ college education. •Create and leave a legacy for the people and causes that matter to them. •Thrive, as a result of your ongoing guidance. What Thrivent Financial Offers: At Thrivent Financial, we’ll support your goals and reward your success while giving you the independence to build a business. We want you and your family to feel confident and secure. With us, you’ll enjoy: •Unlimited earning potential through a commission and incentive pay structure. Ongoing incentives include those for maintaining, building and strengthening member relationships in addition to product sales. •Benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, disability and accidental death and dismemberment insurance. •Unique benefits such as Pension and 401(k) plan, retiree medical plan and generosity benefits such as our gift match program. •Ongoing opportunities for training and professional growth. Qualities that will help you succeed: •Self-motivated, independent, and resourceful. •Honest, dependable and trustworthy. •Drive to succeed and are motivated to help others. •Able to use good judgment to provide solid financial guidance. •Passionate about living a life of generosity by serving others, not just selling products. •Bachelor degree or equivalent work experience preferred. Apply today! If our opportunity sounds like the perfect fit for you and you’d like to learn more, please check us out in greater detail at WhyThrivent.com
    Job Category:Financial/Insurance Sales
    Post Date:11/16/2017
    Expiration Date:12/16/2017
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  • Employer Name:Farm Credit of New Mexico
    Job Title:Vice President - Comptroller
    Job ID:55530
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Farm Credit of New Mexico is More Than a Career . . .It is a Way of Life Our mission is to help these areas grow and thrive by financing vital infrastructure and communications services, and providing farmers with the capital they need to make their businesses successful. If you're looking for more than just a job something you can truly commit to, believe in and feel good about find your place with Farm Credit of New Mexico. You'll join thousands of employees across the nation who provide reliable and consistent credit to rural communities and agriculture, helping these customers produce the food, fuel and fiber on which we all depend. We serve agriculture, but our work reaches far beyond tractors and row crops. Financial services today is highly complex and technology dependent, and we value talented, enthusiastic employees in a broad variety of fields to ensure we deliver the best service. SUMMARY: The Vice President - Comptroller of Farm Credit of New Mexico will manage and coordinate the accounting and financial reporting activities of the Association. Financial reporting includes Association Stockholder Reports, FCA Call Reports, Association Tax Issues, Patronage Programs, Depository Bank Accounts, Treasury Management, Pricing Program and the Financial Management Systems including Accounts Payable, Asset Management and General Ledger. In this role, the individual will coordinate the Association's Audit program and manage the onsite review team. They will also monitor the accounting and financial operations for compliance with applicable regulations, policies and requirements. The individual will also collaborate with Information Technology, Audit, Credit and Human Resource Departments. The individual will assess the Accounting team needs in areas such as performance management, employee relations, compensation, career development, culture, engagement, diversity, retention and leadership development, and drive the appropriate solutions in these areas.
    Job Category:Management
    Post Date:11/15/2017
    Expiration Date:01/13/2018
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  • Employer Name:TRAX International, LLC
    Job Title:ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - OPTICS, TELEMETRY SUPPORT SERVICES
    Job ID:55527
    Wage/Salary:PAID
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:EXEMPT POSITION Provides principal administrative support in an office to one individual usually at the senior management (department) level and to the subordinate staff of that individual. Maintains a close and highly responsive relationship to the day-to-day activities of the manager and his staff. Performs complex and confidential administrative functions to ensure assigned department operations flow smoothly. Requires extensive knowledge of company organization, policies and procedures. Works independently, receives a minimum of detailed supervision and guidance. Regularly uses discretion and independent judgment in matters of significance to the department and the company.Duties include but are not limited to: Prepares various confidential and complex departmental reports as assigned by the Department Manager, utilizing various advanced software programs. Audits employee electronic timesheets for correctness and through coordination and concurrence with the employee, makes changes as appropriate affecting employee pay. Maintains overtime disparity lists and receives, handles and files all incoming/outgoing department correspondence. Prepares company and government job requests and expense reports. Coordinates and schedules physical and eye examinations and prepares purchase requisitions. Makes travel arrangements to ensure timely response to the mission requirement at minimal economic impact on the company and its government customer. Processes travel advances.
    Job Category:Administrative Assistants
    Post Date:11/14/2017
    Expiration Date:12/14/2017
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  • Employer Name:American Society of Radiologic Technologists
    Job Title:Fundraising Coordinator
    Job ID:55526
    Wage/Salary:Competitive pay offered
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Are you seeking a career instead of a job? A position where you can make a difference and go home at the end of the day with a feeling of accomplishment? The American Society of Radiologic Technologists, the world’s largest radiologic science organization, is seeking a full-time fundraising coordinator for the ASRT Foundation. Responsibilities • Fundraising and donor stewardship for the Foundation with a focus on planning, leading, evaluating and improving the revenue opportunities in line with foundation best practices. • Collaborating to meet the goals of increased revenue, heightened member engagement and improved fundraising systems capacity. • Using strong communication and interpersonal skills, as well as leadership and decision making abilities. ASRT employees enjoy a 100-percent-employer-paid comprehensive benefits package, tuition reimbursement, community outreach, vacation and sick time, holiday pay and an exquisite 401(k) plan.
    Job Category:Fundraising & Development
    Post Date:11/14/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Open Systems International, Inc. (OSI)
    Job Title:Power Systems Engineers
    Job ID:55524
    Wage/Salary:Commensurate with experience level
    Employment Start Date:As soon as possible
    Job Description:OSI (Open Systems International, Inc.) www.osii.com is a fast-paced, dynamic software company that is paving the way in high-performance automation and business solutions for utility industries worldwide. Solutions include Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, Network Management Systems (NMS), Energy Management Systems (EMS), Distribution Management Systems (DMS) and Generation Management Systems (GMS); as well as individual software/hardware products and Smart Grid Solutions for utility operations. Our solutions help empower our customers to meet their operational challenges day in and day out with unsurpassed reliability. OSI is headquartered in Medina, Minnesota, USA. We are currently seeking full-time, highly professional, career-oriented entry to senior level Power Systems Engineers. Candidates must possess knowledge of power systems analysis and computer programming with at least an introduction to ‘C’ programming. Basic knowledge of electric utility operation, control, and optimization is required. Responsibilities: • Design, integrate, test, and commission advanced control systems for electric utilities. • Evaluate contract specifications and define project requirements. • Communicate detailed requirements to internal departments as needed. • Work directly with customers to understand requirements and communicate project plans. • Perform customer training and consult on power system modeling to ensure the effective use and maintenance of a customer’s power system applications. • Assist in creating project and product documentation as needed. • Perform unit testing and tuning to ensure power system applications will meet customer and industry requirements. • Support live customer systems using knowledge of power systems and OSI application functionality with clear, logical thought processes. • Stay up-to-date with the latest industry standards and trends. OSI offers a comprehensive benefit package including health, dental, life and disability insurance, 401(k) matching, bonuses, profit sharing and a generous amount of paid time off and paid holidays. Additional perks include casual dress code, flexible work hours, free beverages, employee events, onsite fitness center, exciting travel opportunities, employee referral bonus programs, and monthly birthday and anniversary celebrations. Check out our Life at OSI Facebook page to see more. As an employee of OSI you will have access to cutting edge technologies in a fun, professional, positive and dynamic work environment. We have excellent opportunities for growth and development.
    Job Category:Engineering, Engineering - Computer, Engineering - Electrical and Electronics
    Post Date:11/14/2017
    Expiration Date:12/14/2017
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  • Employer Name:ADP, Inc. - Automatic Data Processing
    Job Title:Learning Business Partner - National Accounts
    Job ID:55517
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:At ADP we are driven by your success. We engage your unique talents and perspectives. We welcome your ideas on how to do things differently and better. In your efforts to achieve, learn and grow, we support you all the way. If success motivates you, you belong at ADP. We strive for every interaction to be driven by our CORE values: Insightful Expertise, Integrity is Everything, Service Excellence, Inspiring Innovation, Each Person Counts, Results-Driven, & Social Responsibility. Job Responsibilities: Build and cultivate relationships with business partners and key stakeholders. Anticipate business unit needs and recommend effective solutions to achieve business unit goals and strategic objectives. Coach senior and mid-level leaders and provide them recommendations for actions to improve organizational performance. Demonstrate business knowledge, exhibit skills for agility, act as an adaptable, flexible resource. Consult with business leaders on existing or anticipated learning and performance gaps. Offer insight into role specific training plans (new hire and continuous) and ensure adoption of global standards. Identify and define success measures for interventions. Propose effective learning interventions to enhance associates’ performance and business results in line with business unit strategies and goals. Identify and recommend other interventions needed to enhance associate performance such as role clarification, process standardization. Gather and analyze data, reports findings and communicate suggested actions on a continuous basis. Solicit management feedback and coaching on performance improvement strategies. Assume responsibility for ensuring identified needs are fulfilled and desired impact is achieved or transition this responsibility to appropriate group(s) (e.g. Information Development Services, Global Talent & Learning, Sales Learning). Provide a single point of continuity for business partners. Communicate Business Unit’s needs and ensure that Enterprise Learning strategies, goals and priorities are in alignment. Regularly update Business Units on learning opportunities and services available through Enterprise Learning, Global Talent & Learning, Sales Learning and other ADP organizations. Partner with BU Shared Support Teams to tailor global and learning initiatives to the unique needs of each BU. Promote relevant learning offerings and drive adoption and impact. Drive change management agenda for the business.
    Job Category:Business Development, Business Operations, HR and Financial Services
    Post Date:11/13/2017
    Expiration Date:12/13/2017
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  • Employer Name:Royal Bank of Canada
    Job Title:Municipal Finance Analyst
    Job ID:55516
    Wage/Salary:Salaried
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:What is the opportunity? We are looking for an Municipal Finance Analyst in our Albuquerque, New Mexico office that will provide analytical, research and transactional support to investment bankers in all departmental work activities relating to the structuring and issuance of municipal bonds through negotiated, competitive sale or via private placement. What will you do? - Prepares projections, bond / loan portfolio analysis and modeling & related financial analyses for potential & actual capital markets transactions, including data conversion, synthesis & analysis. - Gathers, organizes and analyzes information necessary to prepare proposals, client presentations, offering statements and marketing materials. - Prepares proposals and participates in presentations for prospective clients, describing in detail financing alternatives in originating, structuring and marketing an issue and our ability to perform the financial advisory and underwriting functions in a capable manner. - Develops an understanding of economic and political forces affecting the issuance of bonds and the bond market through internal and external resources. - Enhances the Department’s use and knowledge of available information pertaining to the municipal capital markets by collecting, organizing and maintaining various marketing materials and information resources. - Coordinates the various activities, both internal and external, relating to pricing and settlement of municipal finance transactions. Works closely with management and Investment Bankers to secure closings. - Develops data and analytical processing skills, a proficient knowledge of available computer programs & improves data processing system to enhance departmental efficiency. What do you need to succeed? What’s in it for you? We thrive on the challenge to be our best, progressive thinking to keep growing, and working together to deliver trusted advice to help our clients thrive and communities prosper. We care about each other, reaching our potential, making a difference to our communities, and achieving success that is mutual. - Opportunity to do challenging work - Leaders that support your development - Work in a dynamic and collaborative team About RBC Royal Bank of Canada is Canada’s largest bank, and one of the largest banks in the world, based on market capitalization. We are one of North America’s leading diversified financial services companies, and provide personal and commercial banking, wealth management, insurance, investor services and capital markets products and services on a global basis. We have over 80,000 full- and part-time employees who serve more than 16 million personal, business, public sector and institutional clients through offices in Canada, the U.S. and 37 other countries. For more information, please visit rbc.com. Get Career Alerts Stay in-the-know about great career opportunities at RBC. Sign up for Career Alerts and get customized info on our latest jobs, career tips and Recruitment events that matter to you. Expand your limits and create a new future together at RBC. Find out how we use our passion and drive to enhance the well-being of our clients and communities at rbc.com/careers. Inclusion and Equal Opportunity Employment RBC is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veterans status, Aboriginal/Native American status or any other legally-protected factors. Disability-related accommodations during the application process are available upon request.
    Job Category:Finance
    Post Date:11/13/2017
    Expiration Date:12/10/2017
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  • Employer Name:Terracon
    Job Title:Field Engineer
    Job ID:55511
    Wage/Salary:50,000
    Employment Start Date:1/5/17
    Job Description:Terracon is a 100 percent employee-owned consulting engineering firm providing quality services to clients. Since 1965, Terracon has evolved into a successful multi-discipline firm specializing in environmental, facilities, geotechnical, and materials services. Terracon currently has more than 3,500 employees in 130 offices with services available in all 50 states. Terracon’s growth is due to valued employees exceeding expectations in client service and growing their careers with new and exciting opportunities in the marketplace. General Responsibilities: Provide engineering and consulting services for a broad array of projects and clients. This may include performing and/or leading field investigations, engineering analysis, calculations, and recommendations, design and development of plans and specifications, observation and inspection, and the writing, preparation, and review of related reports for the services provided. Review drawings and construction to assure compliance with plans and specifications. Prepare proposals and cost estimates, track and evaluate project progress, budgets, and recommend changes. Research and resolve design and construction problems. Assign, review, and evaluate laboratory or field data for inclusion in reports. Apply sound engineering principles and be able to communicate complex engineering issues and concepts to technical and non-technical clients and project teams. Services may be provided for existing or proposed projects in the public works, transportation, commercial, communications, energy, and/or industrial sectors.
    Job Category:Engineering, Engineering - Civil
    Post Date:11/09/2017
    Expiration Date:01/05/2018
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  • Employer Name:K. Barnett & Sons, Inc.
    Job Title:Project Engineer Intern
    Job ID:55505
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:Open
    Job Description:The PE Intern prospect should be highly motivated, able to grow with basic estimating, and able to develop into a project engineer. Skills of this individual should include; good communication, ability to learn to read plans and specifications, learn scheduling, cost control, and project margin analysis.
    Job Category:Construction, Engineering, Engineering - Civil, Engineering - Project
    Post Date:11/08/2017
    Expiration Date:05/31/2018
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  • Employer Name:MICROSOFT CORPORATION
    Job Title:Full-time opportunities in Development (engineering)
    Job ID:55503
    Wage/Salary:--
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Software engineers at Microsoft are passionate about building technologies that make the world a better place. At Microsoft, you will collaborate with a team of programming experts to solve problems and build some of the world's most advanced services and devices. Your efforts on the design, development, and testing of next-generation applications will have an impact on millions of people. You are the link between abstract concepts and delivered solutions – the one who understands the consumer, solving problems, and building applications that will impact millions of people. Applications to this opportunity are considered for all available Development (engineering) roles. Program manager Program managers (PMs) are the in-house advocates for millions of people worldwide who predict and research how software is used and work closely with SWE to ensure our products exceed people's expectations. You drive the technical vision, design, and implementation of software solutions. Qualifications • A bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree in engineering, computer science or related field (within six months of graduation). • A year or two of experience programming in C++, Java or other computer programming languages preferred. • A year or two of experience in C/C++/C#/VB.NET and experience designing and developing tool architecture preferred. • Familiarity with managing complex project schedules, solving complex problems and nurturing cross-group collaboration. • Strong technical prowess, including understanding of algorithms, systems architecture and end-user experience. • Ability to think unconventionally to derive creative and innovative solutions. • Demonstrated expertise in feature definition, design and feasibility. • Demonstrated skill in estimating development time. • Demonstrated skills in negotiation and conflict management. Software engineer Software engineers (SWEs) dive deep into code and work with fellow programming experts to solve problems and build powerful new tools. You are required to think about the customer to ensure stellar product quality, and you provide technical guidance to PMs as they communicate user needs and product requirements. As a SWE, you are dedicated to producing the world's most advanced software. Qualifications • A bachelor's, master's, or doctorate degree in engineering, computer science or related field (within six months of graduation). • A year or two of experience programming in C++, Java or other computer programming languages preferred. • A year or two of experience in C/C++/C#/VB.NET and experience designing and developing tool architecture preferred. • Strong technical prowess, including understanding of algorithms, systems architecture and end-user experience. • Ability to think unconventionally to derive creative and innovative solutions. • Expertise in feature definition, design and feasibility. • Demonstrated skill in estimating development time. • Demonstrated skills in negotiation and conflict management. Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, national origin, marital status, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other protected status.
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Engineering - Computer, Programming, Software Support
    Post Date:11/08/2017
    Expiration Date:01/01/2018
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  • Employer Name:Sherwin-Williams Company
    Job Title:Sales Professional
    Job ID:55501
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:ASAP
    Job Description:Decorative Product Specialist (17000CY9) Entry Level Sales. Experience in sales/business/marketing and/or design is preferred but not necessary as training will be provided. Warehouser/Sales Associate (17000CSV) Entry Level Sales. No experience required but retail/business experience preferred. Delivery Driver (17000CSW) Entry Level Delivery Service. No experience required. Valid driver's license req. All positions are flexible part time up to 28hrs per week. Morning shifts during the week is available/preferred. Warehouse, Driver, and Sales Associate start at 10 dollars/hr. Decorative Product Specialist 12/hr. I'm also interested in students near graduation that would be interested in a full time opportunity that could qualify for an internship or the management training program. These individuals would be referred to our area recruiter, Mikita DeBose-Porter mikita.debose.porter@sherwin.com If you have any questions, please call me at the store. Matt Melendez Store Manager -- Sherwin-Williams #7101 1681 E LOHMAN AVE LAS CRUCES, NM 88001 3175 USA PHONE: (575) 527-4880 FAX: (575) 524-9890
    Job Category:Consumer Sales
    Post Date:11/08/2017
    Expiration Date:12/11/2017
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  • Employer Name:Bohannan Huston, Inc.
    Job Title:Civil Engineer
    Job ID:55499
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Bohannan Huston isn't your run-of-the-mill consulting engineering firm, though we may look like it on the surface we provide civil and structural engineering services, surveying and mapping services, planning, and advanced engineering technologies solutions. What really sets us apart is how we attract the best and brightest talent, and strive to create a work environment where we have an opportunity to do our best work every day, where our employees are engaged, energized and inspired. Our exceptional reputation is built upon a spirit of service and unwavering commitment to client satisfaction. Our clients are public and private sector leaders, looking for innovative and excellent solutions, and we meet those challenges every day. Our team is led by the best, brightest and most seasoned engineers, planners, surveyors and IT gurus, and powered by expertise, excellence, data analytics and innovation. We firmly believe that our employees drive the success of the company. With success as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities. Join us and discover a work experience where diverse ideas are met with enthusiasm, and where you can learn and grow to your full potential. Work with some of the most well-respected engineers in the region, as you develop and design residential and commercial projects that impact our communities and our neighbors. We are committed to doing good while doing well, and are actively invested in improving the communities in which we live and work. We donate of our time and our resources, and we encourage our employees to do the same. We are always looking for individuals who enjoy the entrepreneurial thrill of innovation and who enjoy working as a team to create a satisfying outcome for our customers. We hire the brightest, and deliver the best to our clients. If this sounds like a challenge and an opportunity made for you, we want to hear from you! As an Engineer with Bohannan Huston, your job is simple: provide engineering expertise to our varied projects, work hard with your team, have fun, and learn as much as you can so you can grow your career here. Live and work in Albuquerque, NM, which has recently been ranked as one of the Friendliest Cities, and one of the Fittest in the US, as well as ranking in the top 20 of the most Bikeable Cities.
    Job Category:Engineering - Civil
    Post Date:11/08/2017
    Expiration Date:01/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:Sherwin-Williams Company
    Job Title:Management/Sales Trainee (Entry-Level)- New Mexico District
    Job ID:55498
    Wage/Salary:US$42000 per year + Pension, 401K Matching, Healthcare, etc.
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Welcome to Sherwin-Williams Sherwin-Williams is the largest coatings company in North America, and the third largest in the world. With $11 billion in sales, 4,000+ stores, and 90+ manufacturing and technical centers, we proudly serve customers in over 120 countries. Our 45,000+ employees across the globe are diverse, innovative and passionate. With a variety of rewarding and challenging opportunities, Sherwin-Williams is a great place to launch and grow a career. Find yours and join us today. If you've got what it takes to be a troubleshooter, marketer, trainer, systems analyst, creative problem solver, strategist, and an all-encompassing leader of the pack, you could be part of the Sherwin-Williams' team. Our Management/Sales Training Program is designed to provide you with all the skills needed to build a successful career in management and/or outside professional sales. The Management/Sales Training Program includes self-study modules, structured on-the-job training, classroom instruction at our regional training facilities, as well as ongoing education throughout your career. Your training will encompass all aspects of store management, including paint and associated products, customer service, professional sales and marketing, credit and accounts receivable management, human resources management, profit and loss and merchandising management. After you complete the training program, you'll be able to progress into paint store management positions. Our Assistant Store Managers and Store Managers oversee a million-dollar business, providing leadership and insight into the development and strategy of their store. Many Management/Sales Trainees choose a path that leads to a career in professional sales. In this role, they grow the company's market share by selling to large, commercial users such as painting contractors, purchasing agents, manufacturers, and other commercial users who need large volumes of our high-quality products. Generally, sales representatives apply their trade in specific regions or territories. Management/Sales Trainees are eligible for professional sales positions once a track record of success within the stores has been established. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: * Must have a valid Driver's License. * Must have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. You may apply for this position if you have your bachelors degree, or will obtain one within the next 12 months. * Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment without sponsorship for employment visa status. * Must be willing to work all scheduled hours which may include evenings and weekends, with or without reasonable accommodation. * Must be able to retrieve material from shelves and floor stacks and lift and carry up to 50 lbs. * Must be able to operate material handling equipment (e.g. hand truck, pallet jack, forklift, etc.). * Must be able to tint paint, therefore, must be able to distinguish the difference between colors. * Must be able to operate a computer and communicate via the telephone. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: * Prior work experience in sales or customer service. * Willingness to relocate for promotional opportunities. * Bilingual ability is an added plus. Come join the training program that will serve as the springboard for all of your career aspirations. We look forward to hearing from you! Who we are At Sherwin-Williams, we're proud of the company we keep - our family of loyal employees. To learn about our company and our culture go to Sherwin.com/careers. Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, pregnancy, genetic information or any other consideration prohibited by law or contract. VEVRAA Federal Contractor requesting appropriate employment service delivery systems, such as state workforce agencies and local employment delivery systems, to provide priority referrals of protected veterans.
    Job Category:Management, Retail Sales, Sales, Sales - General, Sales Management
    Post Date:11/08/2017
    Expiration Date:02/05/2018
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  • Employer Name:Arkansas Teacher Corps (ATC)
    Job Title:K-12 Teacher / Member of Teacher Corps Cohort (Accepted Fellows will complete alternative certification and licensure, but li
    Job ID:55496
    Wage/Salary:$35,000+
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Last year, the Arkansas Teacher Corps (ATC) received over 200 urgent requests for classroom teachers from schools serving predominantly low income and minority students in Arkansas. Every student deserves an outstanding educator working to ensure they meet their full potential. Arkansas Teacher Corps serves these students and communities by providing them with committed, energetic teachers focused on empowering all of their students. Our teachers come from many different backgrounds, but they all share something in common: they see social inequality and they do something about it every day. ATC is looking for bright, energetic, and committed individuals from all majors and backgrounds to become teachers for Arkansas students who need them most. The individuals who are accepted into the Arkansas Teacher Corps are given a direct opportunity to serve children and give back to the state. There are three deadlines for application per year: October 30th 2017, January 3rd 2018, and March 5th 2018. Successful applicants will begin Summer Institute in June of 2018 and begin working as full-time teachers in the fall of 2018. ATC expects Fellows to be open to serve in the Arkansas Delta. For more information please visit our website at www.arkansasteachercorps.org , email us at atc@uark.edu , or call us at (479) 575 – 6418. Apply Online @ http://arkansasteachercorps.org/apply-now/ In addition to teacher salaries, state benefits, and student loan repayment incentives, there will be bonuses paid out during the 3 year Fellowship, averaging about $5,000 per year.
    Job Category:Administration, Administration - K-12, Administration - Post Secondary, Administrative Assistants, Administrative/Support Services, Education, Education - Early Childhood, Education, Training and Library, Education-Physical Education
    Post Date:11/07/2017
    Expiration Date:03/05/2018
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  • Employer Name:POJOAQUE VALLEY SCHOOLS
    Job Title:Secondary Math Teacher
    Job ID:55495
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Algebra 1 and Geometry
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/07/2017
    Expiration Date:05/25/2018
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  • Employer Name:POJOAQUE VALLEY SCHOOLS
    Job Title:Special Education Teacher
    Job ID:55494
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Middle School Special Education Teacher.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/07/2017
    Expiration Date:05/25/2018
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  • Employer Name:POJOAQUE VALLEY SCHOOLS
    Job Title:Secondary Science Teacher
    Job ID:55493
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Middle School Science Teacher
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/07/2017
    Expiration Date:05/25/2018
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  • Employer Name:POJOAQUE VALLEY SCHOOLS
    Job Title:Elementary Teacher
    Job ID:55492
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Elementary Teacher
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/07/2017
    Expiration Date:05/25/2018
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  • Employer Name:POJOAQUE VALLEY SCHOOLS
    Job Title:Pre-K Teacher
    Job ID:55491
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Pre-K Teacher
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/07/2017
    Expiration Date:05/25/2018
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  • Employer Name:Workforce Opportunity Services
    Job Title:Customer Relationship Specialist
    Job ID:55468
    Wage/Salary:400/week
    Employment Start Date:8/1/2018
    Job Description:WOS is seeking 20 veterans (must be a veteran, member of the guard or reserves, retired military, post 9/11 service and an honorable discharge) or the spouse for positions in Customer Service.
    Job Category:Customer Service
    Post Date:11/03/2017
    Expiration Date:01/04/2018
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  • Employer Name:Workforce Opportunity Services
    Job Title:Project Manager
    Job ID:55467
    Wage/Salary:400/week
    Employment Start Date:1/22/2018
    Job Description:WOS is seeking to hire 10 veterans (must be an honorably discharged veteran with post 9/11 service) or members of the guard, reserves or retired military, or their spouses, for a paid training and mentoring program for full time employment.
    Job Category:Information Technology Consulting
    Post Date:11/03/2017
    Expiration Date:01/04/2018
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  • Employer Name:FNF Construction, Inc.
    Job Title:Project Engineer
    Job ID:55465
    Wage/Salary:TBD on Experience
    Employment Start Date:11/3/2017
    Job Description:The Project Engineer will report to the Project Manager. The primary responsibilities will involve project document control (RFI’s, Submittals, and transmittals), assisting with forecasts, timecards, subcontractor pay applications/quantities, SWPPP, take-offs, safety, project schedule, and traffic control.
    Job Category:Construction
    Post Date:11/06/2017
    Expiration Date:05/31/2018
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  • Employer Name:Sun Country Care Management
    Job Title:Case Manager
    Job ID:55461
    Wage/Salary:29,000-41,000
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Sun Country Care Management is hiring Case Managers for the Developmental Disabilities Waiver Program. Job Responsibilities: - Maintaining a case file on a caseload of 18-25 clients - Visiting clients at home and community programs - Leading meetings composed of clients, guardians, therapists, and care giver agency staff - Meeting deadlines for completing paperwork related to service budgets and eligibility for Medicaid.
    Job Category:Community Social Service and Non-Profits
    Post Date:11/03/2017
    Expiration Date:03/01/2018
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  • Employer Name:Bohannan Huston, Inc.
    Job Title:Engineer Intern
    Job ID:55442
    Wage/Salary:DOE - Hourly
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Just graduated with a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering? We want to talk to you! Bohannan Huston isn't your run-of-the-mill consulting engineering firm, though we may look like it on the surface we provide civil and structural engineering services, surveying and mapping services, planning, and advanced engineering technologies solutions. What really sets us apart is how we attract the best and brightest talent, and strive to create a work environment where we have an opportunity to do our best work every day, where our employees are engaged, energized and inspired. Our exceptional reputation is built upon a spirit of service and unwavering commitment to client satisfaction. Our clients are public and private sector leaders, looking for innovative and excellent solutions, and we meet those challenges every day. Our team is led by the best, brightest and most seasoned engineers, planners, surveyors and IT gurus, and powered by expertise, excellence, data analytics and innovation. We firmly believe that our employees drive the success of the company. With success as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities. Join us and discover a work experience where diverse ideas are met with enthusiasm, and where you can learn and grow to your full potential. We are committed to doing good while doing well, and are actively invested in improving the communities in which we live and work. We donate of our time and our resources, and we encourage our employees to do the same. We're are always looking for individuals who enjoy the entrepreneurial thrill of invention and who enjoy working as a team to create a satisfying outcome for our customers. We hire the brightest, and deliver the best to our clients. If this sounds like a challenge and an opportunity made for you, we want to hear from you! As an Engineer Intern with Bohannan Huston, your job is simple: provide engineering expertise to our varied projects, work hard with your team, have fun, and learn as much as you can so you can grow your career here. Live and work in Las Cruces, NM, where life is good, and the Chile is hot! WHO YOU ARE You have graduated with a bachelor's degree in engineering, and have at least a 3.0 GPA (we hire smart people, who have a commitment to delivering their best). A master's degree is great too! You have earned your EI designation. You have excellent written and verbal communication, are a great listener, and are prompt, polished, and specific in your responses You are determined, organized, and detail oriented You are customer focused You have an entrepreneurial spirit with a desire to learn and grow. You welcome feedback, and find ways to do your work better You are eager to make your job more efficient through technology TECHNOLOGIES WE USE & TEACH Civil 3D HEC-HMS HEC-RAS ArcGIS ArcHydro AutoCAD EPA SWMM FLO-2D WE OFFER Training, support and learning opportunities. Variety of projects across several civil engineering disciplines. Health insurance, including medical, dental and vision. We also offer an HSA that includes a generous contribution that we make on your behalf. 3 weeks of flexible leave A nationally recognized 401(k) retirement savings plan with a great company match Inspiring company culture and team environment Innovative clients who rank among our region's most successful public and private sector leaders Bohannan Huston is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. Equal Employment Opportunity Posters If you'd like to view a copy of the company's affirmative action plan, please call our Human Resources Department at 505.823.1000. BH is committed to ensuring a drug-free workplace.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Post Date:11/01/2017
    Expiration Date:12/30/2017
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  • Employer Name:Bohannan Huston, Inc.
    Job Title:Engineer Intern
    Job ID:55441
    Wage/Salary:DOE - Hourly
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Just graduated with a bachelor's degree in Engineering? Does Traffic and Transportation sound like your dream job? We want to talk to you! Bohannan Huston isn't your run-of-the-mill consulting engineering firm, though we may look like it on the surface we provide civil and structural engineering services, surveying and mapping services, planning, and advanced engineering technologies solutions. What really sets us apart is how we attract the best and brightest talent, and strive to create a work environment where we have an opportunity to do our best work every day, where our employees are engaged, energized and inspired. Our exceptional reputation is built upon a spirit of service and unwavering commitment to client satisfaction. Our clients are public and private sector leaders, looking for innovative and excellent solutions, and we meet those challenges every day. Our team is led by the best, brightest and most seasoned engineers, planners, surveyors and IT gurus, and powered by expertise, excellence, data analytics and innovation. We firmly believe that our employees drive the success of the company. With success as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities. Join us and discover a work experience where diverse ideas are met with enthusiasm, and where you can learn and grow to your full potential. We are committed to doing good while doing well, and are actively invested in improving the communities in which we live and work. We donate of our time and our resources, and we encourage our employees to do the same. We're are always looking for individuals who enjoy the entrepreneurial thrill of invention and who enjoy working as a team to create a satisfying outcome for our customers. We hire the brightest, and deliver the best to our clients. If this sounds like a challenge and an opportunity made for you, we want to hear from you! As an Engineer Intern with Bohannan Huston, your job is simple: provide engineering expertise to our varied projects, work hard with your team, have fun, and learn as much as you can so you can grow your career here. Live and work in Albuquerque, NM, which has recently been ranked as one of the Friendliest Cities, and one of the Fittest in the US, as well as ranking in the top 20 of the most Bikeable Cities. WHO YOU ARE You have graduated with a bachelor's degree in engineering, and have at least a 3.0 GPA (we hire smart people, who have a commitment to delivering their best). A master's degree is great too! You have earned your EI designation. You have excellent written and verbal communication, are a great listener, and are prompt, polished, and specific in your responses You are determined, organized, and detail oriented You are customer focused You have an entrepreneurial spirit with a desire to learn and grow. You welcome feedback, and find ways to do your work better You are eager to make your job more efficient through technology TECHNOLOGIES WE USE & TEACH Civil 3D HEC-HMS HEC-RAS ArcGIS ArcHydro AutoCAD EPA SWMM FLO-2D WE OFFER Training, support and learning opportunities. Variety of projects across several civil engineering disciplines. Health insurance, including medical, dental and vision. We also offer an HSA that includes a generous contribution that we make on your behalf. 3 weeks of flexible leave A nationally recognized 401(k) retirement savings plan with a great company match Inspiring company culture and team environment Innovative clients who rank among our region's most successful public and private sector leaders Bohannan Huston is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. Equal Employment Opportunity Posters If you'd like to view a copy of the company's affirmative action plan, please call our Human Resources Department at 505.823.1000. BH is committed to ensuring a drug-free workplace.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Post Date:11/01/2017
    Expiration Date:12/30/2017
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  • Employer Name:Best Painting Inc.
    Job Title:Pre-Grad Commercial Estimator
    Job ID:55425
    Wage/Salary:open
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Commercial Painting Estimator. You will receive blueprints online and use our program to bid on them.
    Job Category:Construction
    Post Date:10/30/2017
    Expiration Date:10/30/2018
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  • Employer Name:Krooze LLC
    Job Title:Sales Associate - Mall
    Job ID:55423
    Wage/Salary:$9.50
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:KROOZE IS NOW HIRING at the Mesilla Valley Mall in Las Cruces !!! Krooze is an electric plush ride-on scooter that you can rent to cruise the mall. Mall goers can rent an animal for a designated amount of time. Krooze does not have age/height/weight limitations to ride and can hold up to 500 pounds so parents can ride with their children if they please. Krooze doesn't go all that fast - a little faster than most people's brisk walking pace. Ride. Smile. Repeat! Job Description: Sales Associates will rent out and manage a fleet of motorized plush carts for customers of all ages to ride around the mall.
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    Post Date:10/29/2017
    Expiration Date:01/28/2018
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  • Employer Name:Environmental Restoration Group, Inc. (ERG)
    Job Title:Junior Level Professional
    Job ID:55422
    Wage/Salary:dependent upon qualifications. $40K to $55K starting.
    Employment Start Date:Immediately
    Job Description:Environmental consulting firm in Albuquerque will be hiring for the position of Junior Level Professional from the following degree programs: • Engineering (Civil, Nuclear, Environmental) • Environmental Science • Biology • Chemistry • Geology • or program similar to those above Candidate must be willing to travel. The position entails both field work and office work. Experience with Microsoft Office applications is required, and experience with GIS applications is a plus. Candidate must be able to pass a background security check.
    Job Category:Consulting, Energy & Environmental Consulting, Engineering, Engineering - Civil, Engineering - Environmental, Engineering - Nuclear, Engineering - Project, Environmental Services, GIS, Life, Physical and Social Sciences, Physical and Life Scientists, Surveying
    Post Date:10/27/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Bureau of Indian Education
    Job Title:Special Education Teacher
    Job ID:55414
    Wage/Salary:$217.86 TO $437.54 per hour BIE Education (Pay Schedule: based on education & experience)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Bureau of Indian Education's mission is to provide quality education opportunities from early childhood through life in accordance with the tribes' needs for cultural and economic well-being and in keeping with the wide diversity of Indian tribes and Alaska Native villages as distinct cultural and governmental entities. JOIN US AS WE INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION! POSITION TITLE & GRADE: Teacher (Special Education) CY-1710 11-01 to 17-18 STATEMENT OF DUTIES: The SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER is responsible for providing services to exceptional children with multi-handicaps using professional teaching methods and techniques in a school setting. The Special Education Teacher maintains a consistent recordkeeping system for each referral leading to the child’s assessment, education programs and progress. Designs and assists in the implementation on an individual program for each child based on his/her needs and strengths. Provides training to instructional aides and general education teachers in working with these children and monitors the implementation of the program: assures involvement of parents in planning and implementation of the individualized Education Plan (IEP) and in skill level and develops weekly plans to be implemented by the assigned staff. He/she assist in the design, development and implementation of ancillary services in conjunction with the support staff and other teaching staff. The Special Education Teacher must prepare documents for IEP meetings, transition meetings and appointments. Input student’s IEP, attendance, student information into infinite Campus, Native American Student Information (NASIS). Incumbent is responsible for planning and implementing Extended School Year Program (ESY). May be assigned to coordinate, facilitate and implement various required assessments for School, State and Federal Programs. Will also participate in school committees and improvement teams, and meetings involving other staff, community members, and parents. The individual selected will be required, as an incidental duty, to operate a government-owned or leased vehicle in the performance of his/her duties POSITION INFORMATION: School Year Contract (Full-Time Seasonal) SALARY RANGE: $217.86 TO $437.54 per hour (BIE Education Pay Schedule: based on education & experience) LOCATION: Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Education, Phoenix Resource Center, Santa Rosa Day School, Sells, AZ ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: SRDS-18-001A ISSUING DATE: 10/10/17 CLOSING DATE: 09/28/18 OUF NDIAN PREFERENCE POLICY: Preference in filling vacancies is given to qualified Indian candidates in accordance with the Indian Preference Act of 1934 (Title 25, USC, Section 472). Verification Form BIA-4432 must be submitted with the application if claiming Indian Preference. Indian preference eligible that are not currently employed in the Federal Service will be appointed under the Excepted Service Appointment Authority (Schedule A). Consideration will be given to Non-Indian applicants (status or reinstateable) in the absence of qualified Indian Preference eligible. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Within the scope of Indian preference, all candidates will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, national origin or other non-merit factors. REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION LANGUAGE: This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you need reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify this agency. The decision in granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:10/27/2017
    Expiration Date:09/28/2018
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  • Employer Name:Bureau of Indian Education
    Job Title:Special Education Teacher
    Job ID:55413
    Wage/Salary:$217.86 to $437.54 per day (BIE Education Pay Schedule: based on education & experience)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Bureau of Indian Education's mission is to provide quality education opportunities from early childhood through life in accordance with the tribes' needs for cultural and economic well-being and in keeping with the wide diversity of Indian tribes and Alaska Native villages as distinct cultural and governmental entities. JOIN US AS WE INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION! POSITION TITLE & GRADE: Teacher (Special Education), CY-1710, Level 11 - 17 (1 Position) STATEMENT OF DUTIES: The teacher will provide instruction at the professional level, as a classroom teacher, as a team teacher or a remedial or special services teacher according to the setting and organizational structure of the school. He/she will be responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating instructional activities under stated guidelines. POSITION INFORMATION: School Year Contract (Full-Time Seasonal) SALARY RANGE: $217.86 to $437.54 per day (BIE Education Pay Schedule: based on education & experience) LOCATION: Department of Interior, Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, New Mexico Navajo North ELO, Red Rock Day School, Red Valley, AZ ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: D32N07-2018-75 ISSUING DATE: 10/01/2017 CLOSING DATE: 09/28/2018 CONSIDERATION AREA: Area Wide INDIAN PREFERENCE POLICY: Preference in filling vacancies is given to qualified Indian candidates in accordance with the Indian Preference Act of 1934 (Title 25, USC, Section 472). Verification Form BIA-4432 must be submitted with the application if claiming Indian Preference. Indian. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Within the scope of Indian preference, all candidates will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, national origin or other non-merit factors. REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION LANGUAGE: This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you need reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify this agency. The decision in granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:10/27/2017
    Expiration Date:09/28/2018
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  • Employer Name:Fast Enterprises, LLC
    Job Title:Technical Communicator
    Job ID:55411
    Wage/Salary:Competitive Salary and Benefits
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Congratulations on exploring your career opportunities with FAST and taking the first step to becoming a FASTie! A FASTie? Yes, a FASTie. FAST-ie \’faeste\ noun 1. an energetic, intelligent, enthusiastic human being who works at Fast Enterprises. 2. a talented and focused individual who likes to work hard and play hard. 3. someone who is open to adventure and wants to experience new places around the world. 4. someone who solves problems daily using our state-of-the-art technology. If the description below speaks to you, take 5 minutes (seriously, only 5 minutes) to apply! As a Technical Communicator on our team, you will be involved in creating and maintaining online help, computer-based training courses, newsletter articles, policy and procedure topics, and technical reference materials. You will also be involved in creating and maintaining a variety of training and employee development courses. Initially, a Technical Communicator will start at one of our project locations throughout the U.S. to gain experience in our software and with our client. You will spend approximately 6 months to 1 year on a project, then join our core Documentation and Training team at our Headquarters in Centennial, CO.
    Job Category:Journalism and Writing
    Post Date:11/22/2017
    Expiration Date:01/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:Fast Enterprises, LLC
    Job Title:Implementation Consultant
    Job ID:55410
    Wage/Salary:Competitive Salary and Benefits
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Congratulations on exploring your career opportunities with FAST and taking the first step to becoming a FASTie! A FASTie? Yes, a FASTie. FAST-ie \’faeste\ noun 1. an energetic, intelligent, enthusiastic human being who works at Fast Enterprises. 2. a talented and focused individual who likes to work hard and play hard. 3. someone who is open to adventure and wants to experience new places around the world. 4. someone who solves problems daily using our state-of-the-art technology. If the description below speaks to you, take 5 minutes (seriously, only 5 minutes) to apply! As an implementation consultant on our team, you will be involved with all phases of the implementation of our software solution. We have sites across North America and abroad and candidates should be flexible with respect to work locations.
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Consulting
    Post Date:11/22/2017
    Expiration Date:01/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:Fast Enterprises, LLC
    Job Title:Data Warehousing & Analytics Consultant
    Job ID:55409
    Wage/Salary:Competitive Salary and Benefits
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Congratulations on exploring your career opportunities with FAST and taking the first step to becoming a FASTie! A FASTie? Yes, a FASTie. FAST-ie \’faeste\ noun 1. an energetic, intelligent, enthusiastic human being who works at Fast Enterprises. 2. a talented and focused individual who likes to work hard and play hard. 3. someone who is open to adventure and wants to experience new places around the world. 4. someone who solves problems daily using our state-of-the-art technology. If the description below speaks to you, take 5 minutes (seriously, only 5 minutes) to apply! As a Data Warehousing and Analytics Consultant on our team, you will be involved with data warehousing, business intelligence, and data analytics. We have sites across North America and abroad. Candidates should be flexible with respect to work locations.
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical
    Post Date:11/22/2017
    Expiration Date:01/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:Fast Enterprises, LLC
    Job Title:Technical Team Member
    Job ID:55408
    Wage/Salary:Competitive Salary and Benefits
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Congratulations on exploring your career opportunities with FAST and taking the first step to becoming a FASTie! A FASTie? Yes, a FASTie. FAST-ie \’faeste\ noun 1. an energetic, intelligent, enthusiastic human being who works at Fast Enterprises. 2. a talented and focused individual who likes to work hard and play hard. 3. someone who is open to adventure and wants to experience new places around the world. 4. someone who solves problems daily using our state-of-the-art technology. If the description below speaks to you, take 5 minutes (seriously, only 5 minutes) to apply! As a Technical Team Member, you will contribute to the work on a project site. We have sites across North America and abroad and candidates should be flexible with respect to work locations. Technical Team Responsibilities Provide technical representation on a project team from definition to delivery Support Project Management in the definition and technical validation of delivery schedules and plans Ensure consistent and regular reviews of progress and escalation of any risks or deviations from the plan with recommendations and mitigation strategies, as appropriate Specific tasks include: Hardware specification and procurement Setup, configure and maintain n-tier environments, including: Application servers, Web servers, Web services, Database servers Security specification and reviews Code optimization and application troubleshooting Disaster recovery planning and implementation On-call support
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical
    Post Date:11/22/2017
    Expiration Date:01/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:Fast Enterprises, LLC
    Job Title:Conversion Team Member
    Job ID:55407
    Wage/Salary:Competitive salary and benefits
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Congratulations on exploring your career opportunities with FAST and taking the first step to becoming a FASTie! A FASTie? Yes, a FASTie. FAST-ie \’faeste\ noun 1. an energetic, intelligent, enthusiastic human being who works at Fast Enterprises. 2. a talented and focused individual who likes to work hard and play hard. 3. someone who is open to adventure and wants to experience new places around the world. 4. someone who solves problems daily using our state-of-the-art technology. If the description below speaks to you, take 5 minutes (seriously, only 5 minutes) to apply! Data Conversion Team Members assist with all aspects of the data conversion process, including extraction definitions, test conversions, transformations, and verification of the completeness and accuracy of the converted data. The candidate must be able to establish a strong working relationship with the clients and interact effectively with all levels of client personnel. • Gather conversion requirements with the client. • Analyze conversion condition, identify implementation choices, and select an appropriate implementation option. • Document conversion implementation decisions. • Develop code that may be required for implementation choices. • Configure application functionality to accommodate converted data. • Communicate extraction needs with clients. • Use application tools to perform data transformation and load. • Lead data inspection activities to ensure conversion accuracy and identify data purification requirements. • Develop reconciliation reports on all converted data for each resting state of that data. • Consistently communicate progress and/or risks that may require escalation.
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Consulting, Information Technology Consulting, Programming
    Post Date:11/22/2017
    Expiration Date:01/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:Fast Enterprises, LLC
    Job Title:Training Coordinator
    Job ID:55406
    Wage/Salary:Competitive Salary and Benefits
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Congratulations on exploring your career opportunities with FAST and taking the first step to becoming a FASTie! A FASTie? Yes, a FASTie. FAST-ie \’faeste\ noun 1. an energetic, intelligent, enthusiastic human being who works at Fast Enterprises. 2. a talented and focused individual who likes to work hard and play hard. 3. someone who is open to adventure and wants to experience new places around the world. 4. someone who solves problems daily using our state-of-the-art technology. If the description below speaks to you, take 5 minutes (seriously, only 5 minutes) to apply! Training Coordinators are an integral part of FAST’s project implementation teams and need to have strong organizational, technical, analytical and communication skills. We have sites across North America and abroad and candidates should be flexible with respect to work locations.
    Job Category:Communication, Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Consulting, Teaching - Vocational/Technical, Training
    Post Date:11/22/2017
    Expiration Date:01/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:Fast Enterprises, LLC
    Job Title:Implementation Intern
    Job ID:55405
    Wage/Salary:Competitive Salary and Benefits
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Congratulations on exploring your career opportunities with FAST and taking the first step to becoming a FASTie! A FASTie? Yes, a FASTie. FAST-ie \’faeste\ noun 1. an energetic, intelligent, enthusiastic human being who works at Fast Enterprises. 2. a talented and focused individual who likes to work hard and play hard. 3. someone who is open to adventure and wants to experience new places around the world. 4. someone who solves problems daily using our state-of-the-art technology. If the description below speaks to you, take 5 minutes (seriously, only 5 minutes) to apply! As an Implementation Intern on our team, you will be involved with all phases of the implementation of our GenTax® software solution. We have sites across North America and abroad and interns should be flexible with respect to work locations.
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Consulting, Information Technology Consulting
    Post Date:11/22/2017
    Expiration Date:01/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:Fast Enterprises, LLC
    Job Title:Proposal Writer
    Job ID:55404
    Wage/Salary:Competitive Salary and Benefits
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Congratulations on exploring your career opportunities with FAST and taking the first step to becoming a FASTie! A FASTie? Yes, a FASTie. FAST-ie \’faeste\ noun 1. an energetic, intelligent, enthusiastic human being who works at Fast Enterprises. 2. a talented and focused individual who likes to work hard and play hard. 3. someone who is open to adventure and wants to experience new places around the world. 4. someone who solves problems daily using our state-of-the-art technology. If the description below speaks to you, take 5 minutes (seriously, only 5 minutes) to apply! FAST Proposal Writers review requests for proposals, coordinate resources and timelines to develop responses within strict deadlines, and craft strategic messaging and responses to win new work in FAST’s government markets. The role requires excellent writing and editing skills to communicate complex information in a manner that resonates with proposal evaluators who may have either technical or non-technical backgrounds. Initially, a Proposal Writer will start at one of our project locations to gain experience in our software and with our client. Proposal Writers will spend approximately 6 months to 1 year on a project, then join our core Proposal Response team at our office in Boise, ID.
    Job Category:Journalism and Writing
    Post Date:11/22/2017
    Expiration Date:01/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:Bureau of Indian Education
    Job Title:Gifted and Talented Teacher
    Job ID:55394
    Wage/Salary:$217.86 to $437.54 per day (BIE Education Pay Schedule: based on education & experience)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Bureau of Indian Education's mission is to provide quality education opportunities from early childhood through life in accordance with the tribes' needs for cultural and economic well-being and in keeping with the wide diversity of Indian tribes and Alaska Native villages as distinct cultural and governmental entities. JOIN US AS WE INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION! POSITION TITLE & GRADE: Teacher(Gifted & Talented), CY-1710, Level 11 -17 (1 Position) STATEMENT OF DUTIES: The teacher will provide instruction at the professional level, as a classroom teacher, as a team teacher or a remedial or special services teacher according to the setting and organizational structure of the school. He/she will be responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating instructional activities under stated guidelines. POSITION INFORMATION: School Year Contract (Full-Time Seasonal) SALARY RANGE: $217.86 to $437.54 per day (BIE Education Pay Schedule: based on education & experience) LOCATION: Department of Interior, Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian EducationT’iists’oozi’Bi’Olta Community School (Crownpoint) Crownpoint, New Mexico ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: D34N23-2018-74 ISSUING DATE: 10/11/2017 CLOSING DATE: 09/28/2018 CONSIDERATION AREA: Area Wide INDIAN PREFERENCE POLICY: Preference in filling vacancies is given to qualified Indian candidates in accordance with the Indian Preference Act of 1934 (Title 25, USC, Section 472). Verification Form BIA-4432 must be submitted with the application if claiming Indian Preference. Indian. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Within the scope of Indian preference, all candidates will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, national origin or other non-merit factors. REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION LANGUAGE: This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you need reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify this agency. The decision in granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:10/26/2017
    Expiration Date:09/28/2018
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  • Employer Name:Entercom Communications Corp
    Job Title:Receptionist
    Job ID:55365
    Wage/Salary:30000
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Entercom Denver located in the DTC area has a full-time administrative opportunity for a detailed-oriented individual. The ideal candidate would answer a multi-line phone and direct calls to the appropriate person(s), greet prize winners and distribute prizes for the five stations. This person is also responsible for assimilating all station invoices and distributing them to the sales staff and then mailing them out after review. Responsible for copying the daily checks and typing up the list of all checks received. This person is also responsible for distributing the daily mail and making sure the mailroom is kept clean, packages are picked up promptly and that the postage meter is updated. This person will also take on additional projects and responsibilities as assigned. This person must bring forth a great attitude, be very dependable, be proficient in Microsoft Word and have a working knowledge of Excel. Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop a plus. Entercom Denver is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Job Category:Other
    Post Date:10/23/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:State Farm Insurance
    Job Title:Insurance & Financial Svs Agent
    Job ID:55345
    Wage/Salary:Commission Based
    Employment Start Date:12-1-2018
    Job Description:Seeking an entrepreneur to open a new market agency in Anthony, New Mexico. Must be able to pass insurance exams and sales aptitude tests.
    Job Category:Insurance Broker/Underwriter/Claims
    Post Date:10/20/2017
    Expiration Date:11/30/2018
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  • Employer Name:University Of New Mexico (UNM)
    Job Title:Assistant Professor
    Job ID:55342
    Wage/Salary:See Job Ad
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Department of Nuclear Engineering at the University of New Mexico (UNM) invites applications for a tenure-track appointment at the Assistant Professor level. Applicants in all fields of nuclear engineering are encouraged to apply but strong preference will be given to individuals with background and experience in: (i) reactor physics, reactor design, and computational fluid dynamics for nuclear engineering, (ii) nuclear safeguards, nuclear security, nuclear forensics, and radiation detection physics. The department offers an ABET accredited B.S. degree, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Nuclear Engineering, as well as M.S. level concentrations in Medical Physics and Radiation Protection Engineering. Current department faculty is comprised of three Full Professors, one Associate Professor, two Assistant Professors, two Lecturers, and one UNM-National Lab Professor. Active Departmental research includes nuclear fuels and materials, nuclear reactor design, safety and thermal-hydraulics, space nuclear power, radiation detection and data, advanced instrumentation and diagnostics, nuclear safeguards, radiation transport, and criticality safety. Facilities include an AGN-201M low-power teaching reactor, a nuclear materials lab with a hot cell, a nuclear fuel and reactor safety laboratory, a radiation measurement and detection laboratory, a thermal fluids laboratory, a thermal-hydraulics and energy conversion laboratory, and a high-performance computing facility. Department faculty were recipients of four DOE-NEUP grants and an NRC Faculty Development grant in 2017. An established Strategic Alliance between UNM and Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) in Albuquerque uniquely facilitates establishing close interactions and collaborations between SNL staff and UNM faculty and students. In addition, the Air Force Research Laboratory in Albuquerque, and the close proximity of Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) provide exceptional opportunities for collaborative research. UNM is also part of the National Universities Consortium (NUC) established by Idaho National Laboratory.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:10/20/2017
    Expiration Date:01/31/2018
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  • Employer Name:University Of New Mexico (UNM)
    Job Title:Assistant Professor
    Job ID:55341
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Department of Computer Science in the School of Engineering at the University of New Mexico invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor. We are an interdisciplinary, family-friendly department located in Albuquerque, New Mexico with diverse research and instruction in traditional Computer Science, emerging CS areas, and topics at the intersection of Computer Science and other fields. We are interested in applicants pushing the boundaries of computer science and particularly encourage applicants in all areas of large-scale computing. This includes but is not limited to research in big data and data analytics, high performance, parallel, and distributed computing, programming languages, and beyond-Moore computing approaches. Strong applicants from all areas of computer science and related disciplines will be considered.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:10/20/2017
    Expiration Date:01/01/2018
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  • Employer Name:Bohannan Huston, Inc.
    Job Title:Electrical Engineer
    Job ID:55330
    Wage/Salary:Not Specified
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Bohannan Huston, Inc. is an award winning multi-disciplinary consulting engineering, spatial data acquisition and advanced engineering technologies firm, with offices in Albuquerque and Las Cruces, NM, and Denver, CO. We have a reputation of quality, excellence, creativity and service, of which we are very proud. Bohannan Huston is a great place to be challenged, grow and expand your career horizons. Our staff, clients and the many fun and significant projects we are privileged to work on together make Bohannan Huston a great place to spend your future. We firmly believe that our employees drive the success of the company. With success in mind as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities. Join us and discover a work experience where diverse ideas are met with enthusiasm, and where you can learn and grow to your full potential. We're looking for individuals who enjoy the entrepreneurial thrill of invention and who enjoy working as a team to create a satisfying outcome for our customers. We are currently seeking applicants for a full-time Electrical Engineer position to work in our Las Cruces, NM office. Primary Job Functions Primary duties include working closely with a project team to develop construction plan and specification document sets for electrical system design of commercial buildings and municipal infrastructure facilities. Design elements include power distribution, grounding, lighting, instrumentation, and communication networks. Other duties include verifying construction progress conformance by field observation. WE OFFER Training, support and learning opportunities. Variety of projects across several civil engineering disciplines. Health insurance, including medical, dental and vision. We also offer an HSA that includes a generous contribution that we make on your behalf. 3 weeks of flexible leave A nationally recognized 401(k) retirement savings plan with a great company match Inspiring company culture and team environment Innovative clients who rank among our region's most successful public and private sector leaders Bohannan Huston is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. Equal Employment Opportunity Posters If you'd like to view a copy of the company's affirmative action plan, please call our Human Resources Department at 505.823.1000. BH is committed to ensuring a drug-free workplace.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Post Date:10/19/2017
    Expiration Date:12/17/2017
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  • Employer Name:Bohannan Huston, Inc.
    Job Title:Electrical Engineer Intern
    Job ID:55329
    Wage/Salary:Not Specified
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Bohannan Huston, Inc. is an award winning multi-disciplinary consulting engineering, spatial data acquisition and advanced engineering technologies firm, with offices in Albuquerque and Las Cruces, NM, and Denver, CO. We have a reputation of quality, excellence, creativity and service, of which we are very proud. Bohannan Huston is a great place to be challenged, grow and expand your career horizons. Our staff, clients and the many fun and significant projects we are privileged to work on together make Bohannan Huston a great place to spend your future. We firmly believe that our employees drive the success of the company. With success in mind as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities. Join us and discover a work experience where diverse ideas are met with enthusiasm, and where you can learn and grow to your full potential. We're looking for individuals who enjoy the entrepreneurial thrill of invention and who enjoy working as a team to create a satisfying outcome for our customers. We are currently seeking applicants for a full-time Electrical Engineer Intern position to work in our Las Cruces, NM office. Primary Job Functions Primary duties include working closely with a project team to develop construction plan and specification document sets for electrical system design of commercial buildings and municipal infrastructure facilities. Design elements include power distribution, grounding, lighting, instrumentation, and communication networks. Other duties include verifying construction progress conformance by field observation. WE OFFER Training, support and learning opportunities. Variety of projects across several civil engineering disciplines. Health insurance, including medical, dental and vision. We also offer an HSA that includes a generous contribution that we make on your behalf. 3 weeks of flexible leave. A nationally recognized 401(k) retirement savings plan with a great company match. Inspiring company culture and team environment. Innovative clients who rank among our region's most successful public and private sector leaders. Bohannan Huston is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. Equal Employment Opportunity Posters If you'd like to view a copy of the company's affirmative action plan, please call our Human Resources Department at 505.823.1000. BH is committed to ensuring a drug-free workplace.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Post Date:10/19/2017
    Expiration Date:12/17/2017
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  • Employer Name:Air Force Sustainment Center
    Job Title:Electrical Engineer (degree in Computer or Electrical Engineering)
    Job ID:55324
    Wage/Salary:salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Robins Air Force Base is located about 20 miles south of Macon, Georgia. The center has worldwide responsibility for the engineering, repair, sustainment, and support of several aircraft and weapon systems, including the C-5, C-17, C-130, the F-15 fighter. In addition, it is the primary center for software engineering in support of electronic warfare systems and avionics for the USAF. Robins AFB employees almost 25,000 people, both military and civilian, including almost 1700 engineers.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Post Date:10/18/2017
    Expiration Date:10/18/2018
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  • Employer Name:Air Force Sustainment Center
    Job Title:Electrical Engineer (degree in Computer or Electrical Engineering)
    Job ID:55323
    Wage/Salary:salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Tinker Air Force Base employees approximately 1600 full-time civilian scientists and engineers. Electrical and computer engineers make up the largest segment of engineers at Tinker—approximately 800! Most of them work in a very large group called Software Maintenance Group which actually has a wide variety of hardware & software work; most positions are a blend of HW & SW. One group develops Test Program Sets, which are created in order to automatically test circuit cards in the avionics (black boxes) boxes at the component level. Engineers develop and maintain test strategies (this includes adapters and software) that allow technicians to automatically test the box as a unit as well as the individual cards within. Software Maintenance Group also does Operational Flight Planning, which includes upgrades to the functionality of an aircraft, as well as planning software that would allow an end user to input variables and the software helps them come up with the flight plan. Another of their groups includes a supercomputer that is being used for a variety of projects. Yet another part of the Software group does programming that takes variables from engines (temperatures, pressures, altitudes, etc) and processes the data to create more meaningful displays that allow aero/mechanical engineers in the program office to determine if an engine should continue to fly or needs to be taken out of service. Another area has been upgrading all the electronics used in the engine test cells; they are starting to work on designing similar projects for other Air Force bases in addition to the ones at Tinker.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Post Date:10/18/2017
    Expiration Date:10/18/2018
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  • Employer Name:Air Force Sustainment Center
    Job Title:Electrical Engineer (degree in Computer or Electrical Engineering)
    Job ID:55322
    Wage/Salary:salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Hill Air Force Base employs approximately 1400 full-time civilian scientists and engineers. Our Team Hill Software Group is looking for electrical engineers, electronic engineers, and computer engineers to develop world class software and hardware engineering solutions. In an ever-changing world, the things we do make a difference immediately to our nation’s defense, and you can be a part of it. We are advancing our military’s mission to keep our friends, our families, and our country safe. That’s an exciting reason to come to work every day. Workloads include avionics, flight simulators, radar systems, and flight line test equipment for the A-10, F-16, F-22 and F-35. Also includes monitoring the sun for solar flares, theater battle management systems, mission planning systems, PC based software development, object oriented programming, embedded programming, networking, and web based data warehousing. Understanding electronic hardware as it pertains to avionics, computer simulation, and automatic test equipment, working with electronic assemblies, investigating systems with deficiencies and creating resolutions, digging deeply for answers to problems. We also perform database development, web development and integration, system administration, software system design, project management, process engineering, and agile technologies. Must have the ability to work independently, in a group, and interface with customers.
    Job Category:Engineering
    Post Date:10/18/2017
    Expiration Date:10/18/2018
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  • Employer Name:Air Force Sustainment Center
    Job Title:Computer Scientist
    Job ID:55321
    Wage/Salary:salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Robins Air Force Base is located about 20 miles south of Macon, Georgia. The center has worldwide responsibility for the engineering, repair, sustainment, and support of several aircraft and weapon systems, including the C-5, C-17, C-130, the F-15 fighter. In addition, it is the primary center for software engineering in support of electronic warfare systems and avionics for the USAF. Robins AFB employees almost 25,000 people, both military and civilian, including almost 1700 engineers.
    Job Category:Electronics - Aerospace
    Post Date:10/18/2017
    Expiration Date:10/18/2018
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  • Employer Name:Air Force Sustainment Center
    Job Title:Computer Scientist
    Job ID:55320
    Wage/Salary:salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Tinker Air Force Base employees approximately 1600 full-time civilian scientists and engineers. Computer scientists are a critically important group at Tinker. Most of them work in a very large group called Software Maintenance Group which actually has a wide variety of hardware & software work. One of their sub-organizations does Operational Flight Planning, which includes upgrades to the functionality of an aircraft, as well as planning software that would allow an end user to input variables and the software helps them come up with the flight plan. Another of their groups includes a supercomputer that is being used for a variety of projects. Yet another part of the Software group does programming that takes variables from engines (temperatures, pressures, altitudes, etc) and processes the data to create more meaningful displays that allow aero/mechanical engineers in the program office to determine if an engine should continue to fly or needs to be taken out of service. Another group develops Test Program Sets, which are created in order to automatically test circuit cards in the avionics (black boxes) boxes at the component level. Engineers develop and maintain test strategies (this includes adapters and software) that allow technicians to automatically test the box as a unit as well as the individual cards within.
    Job Category:Electronics - Aerospace
    Post Date:10/18/2017
    Expiration Date:10/18/2018
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  • Employer Name:Air Force Sustainment Center
    Job Title:Computer Scientist
    Job ID:55319
    Wage/Salary:salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Hill Air Force Base employs approximately 1400 full-time civilian scientists and engineers. Our Team Hill Software Group is looking for computer scientists to develop world class software and hardware engineering solutions for our nation’s cutting-edge weapon systems. In an ever-changing world, the things we do make a difference to our nation’s defense, and you can be a part of it. We are advancing our military’s mission to keep our friends, our families, and our country safe. That’s worth doing, and the reason we love coming to work. Workloads include avionics, flight simulators, radar systems, and creating hardware/software upgrade solutions for the A-10, F-16, F-22 and F-35. Also includes monitoring the sun for solar flares, theater battle management systems, mission planning systems, PC based software development, object oriented programming, embedded programming, networking, and web based data warehousing. Job skills may include: Database development, web development and integration, system administration, software system design, project management, process engineering, and agile technologies. Understanding electronic hardware as it pertains to avionics, computer simulation, and automatic test equipment, working with electronic assemblies, investigating systems with deficiencies and creating resolutions, digging deeply for answers to problems. Must have the ability to work independently, in a group, and interface with customers.
    Job Category:Electronics - Aerospace
    Post Date:10/18/2017
    Expiration Date:10/18/2018
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  • Employer Name:IAT Insurance Group
    Job Title:Underwriter Trainee
    Job ID:55294
    Wage/Salary:depends on experience
    Employment Start Date:6/4/18
    Job Description:IAT Insurance Group ("IAT") is a privately held global insurance company, headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, providing a wide range of property and casualty insurance products meeting the needs of individuals and businesses. IAT consists of five operating divisions, each sharing the same quality standards, commitment to service and innovation, and an overall mission of excellence. As an organization, we leverage our experienced leadership, sound analytics, proven operating platforms and extensive risk capabilities across the entire enterprise to deliver specialized, sustainable solutions for our customers. With thirteen office locations, IAT has a large footprint throughout the United States. As a privately owned organization, consisting of more than six hundred employees, we are able to act strategically within an ever-changing marketplace. We are large enough to make a difference in the industry but small enough to be agile and nimble. Our focus includes meeting customer needs and fostering an exceptional agent and broker network to serve clients. Furthermore, we strive to provide an environment where our employees feel empowered, challenged and valued. Not only does IAT provide a dynamic workplace, we also provide competitive total compensation packages and great benefits, including but not limited to medical, dental, and vision insurance, a generous time off policy, company provided life and disability insurance, a lucrative 401k company match, and incentive plans. Job Description: The Specialty Business Unit at IAT Insurance Group has an immediate opening for two Underwriter Trainee’s in our Scottsdale, Arizona location. The Underwriter Trainee Program will provide trainees with the foundation for a strong underwriting future. This program is for anyone interested in applying analytical skills to evaluate business risk from an insurance standpoint. This program will expose the trainees to all angles of the underwriting area through classroom sessions and field work, where they will be able to leverage the knowledge they have gained. This program will involve a combination of on-line, classroom and hands on training. Trainees will be provided mentoring by a local coach or mentor, will perform on-line classes as well as attend classes in Raleigh, NC and via videoconferencing. Trainees will meet with IAT Executives and learn about the many areas and products of IAT. The ideal candidate must be eager to learn, enthusiastic, and inquisitive. The primary responsibilities are listed below: Responsibilities of an Underwriter: • Evaluates information to determine risk acceptability in accordance with company guidelines. • Makes appropriate decisions based on evaluation of underwriting information. • Prices risks per company standards. • Effectively communicates and negotiates underwriting and pricing decisions to achieve optimal outcomes. • Documents decisions in accordance with regulatory standards. • Acts with a sense of urgency on all inquiries/requests. • Provides outstanding customer service. • Builds effective working relationships with assigned agency personnel as well as internal company staff. • Drives acceptable levels of new business opportunities through effective marketing to assigned agents. • Effectively communicates with assigned agents the appropriate level of information to ensure understanding of company direction. • Completes file audits within company guidelines to ensure compliance to underwriting and pricing standards where agents are delegated underwriting authority. • Performs other duties as assigned.
    Job Category:Insurance Underwriting & Claims
    Post Date:10/16/2017
    Expiration Date:12/28/2017
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  • Employer Name:IAT Insurance Group
    Job Title:Underwriter Trainee
    Job ID:55293
    Wage/Salary:depends on experience
    Employment Start Date:6/4/18
    Job Description:IAT Insurance Group ("IAT") is a privately held global insurance company, headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, providing a wide range of property and casualty insurance products meeting the needs of individuals and businesses. IAT consists of seven operating divisions, each sharing the same quality standards, commitment to service and innovation, and an overall mission of excellence. As an organization, we leverage our experienced leadership, sound analytics, proven operating platforms and extensive risk capabilities across the entire enterprise to deliver specialized, sustainable solutions for our customers. With thirteen office locations, IAT has a large footprint throughout the United States. As a privately owned organization, consisting of more than six hundred employees, we are able to act strategically within an ever-changing marketplace. We are large enough to make a difference in the industry but small enough to be agile and nimble. Our focus includes meeting customer needs and fostering an exceptional agent and broker network to serve clients. Furthermore, we strive to provide an environment where our employees feel empowered, challenged and valued. Not only does IAT provide a dynamic workplace, we also provide competitive total compensation packages and great benefits, including but not limited to medical, dental, and vision insurance, a generous time off policy, company provided life and disability insurance, a lucrative 401k company match, and incentive plans. Job Description: The Commercial Transportation Business Unit at IAT Insurance Group has an immediate opening for an Underwriter Trainee at our Naperville, Illinois location. The Underwriter Trainee Program will provide trainees with the foundation for a strong underwriting future. This program is for anyone interested in applying analytical skills to evaluate business risk from an insurance standpoint. This program will expose the trainees to all angles of the underwriting area through classroom sessions and field work, where they will be able to leverage the knowledge they have gained. This program will involve a combination of on-line, classroom and hands on training. Trainees will be provided mentoring by a local coach or mentor, will perform on-line classes as well as attend classes in Raleigh, NC and via videoconferencing. Trainees will meet with IAT Executives and learn about the many areas and products of IAT. The ideal candidate must be eager to learn, enthusiastic, and inquisitive. The primary responsibilities are listed below: Responsibilities of an Underwriter: • Evaluates information to determine risk acceptability in accordance with company guidelines. • Makes appropriate decisions based on evaluation of underwriting information. • Prices risks per company standards. • Effectively communicates and negotiates underwriting and pricing decisions to achieve optimal outcomes. • Documents decisions in accordance with regulatory standards. • Acts with a sense of urgency on all inquiries/requests. • Provides outstanding customer service. • Builds effective working relationships with assigned agency personnel as well as internal company staff. • Drives acceptable levels of new business opportunities through effective marketing to assigned agents. • Effectively communicates with assigned agents the appropriate level of information to ensure understanding of company direction. • Completes file audits within company guidelines to ensure compliance to underwriting and pricing standards where agents are delegated underwriting authority. • Performs other duties as assigned.
    Job Category:Insurance Underwriting & Claims
    Post Date:10/16/2017
    Expiration Date:12/28/2017
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  • Employer Name:Bohannan Huston, Inc.
    Job Title:GIS Analyst
    Job ID:55290
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Bohannan Huston isn't your run-of-the-mill consulting engineering firm, though we may look like it on the surface we provide civil and structural engineering services, surveying and mapping services, planning, and advanced engineering technologies solutions. What really sets us apart is how we attract the best and brightest talent, and strive to create a work environment where we have an opportunity to do our best work every day, where our employees are engaged, energized and inspired. Our exceptional reputation is built upon a spirit of service and unwavering commitment to client satisfaction. Our clients are public and private sector leaders, looking for innovative and excellent solutions, and we meet those challenges every day. Our team is led by the best, brightest and most seasoned engineers, planners, surveyors and IT gurus, and powered by expertise, excellence, data analytics and innovation. We firmly believe that our employees drive the success of the company. With success as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities. Join us and discover a work experience where diverse ideas are met with enthusiasm, and where you can learn and grow to your full potential. Work with some of the most well-respected engineers in the region, as you provide support on projects that impact our communities and our neighbors. We are committed to doing good while doing well, and are actively invested in improving the communities in which we live and work. We donate of our time and our resources, and we encourage our employees to do the same. We are always looking for individuals who enjoy the entrepreneurial thrill of innovation and who enjoy working as a team to create a satisfying outcome for our customers. We hire the brightest, and deliver the best to our clients. If this sounds like a challenge and an opportunity made for you, we want to hear from you! We are currently seeking applicants for a full-time GIS Analyst position to work in our Albuquerque, NM office. Primary Job Functions The GIS Analyst will work under the supervision of a licensed Engineer, and will assist in the preparation of mapping documents and performing advanced GIS analysis. Using GIS tools, geometry types and spatial relationships, the successful candidate will perform advanced geoprocessing for analysis, data management and automation. Bohannan Huston is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. Equal Employment Opportunity Posters If you'd like to view a copy of the company's affirmative action plan, please call our Human Resources Department at 505.823.1000. BH is committed to ensuring a drug-free workplace.
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical
    Post Date:10/13/2017
    Expiration Date:12/12/2017
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  • Employer Name:Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    Job Title:Higher Education Research Experiences at ORNL
    Job ID:55283
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Become a part of the Higher Education Research Experiences (HERE) Program at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Opportunities for qualified students, alumni, and faculty to participate in hands-on research or technical projects in a real-world setting * Experience the thrill of research or technical projects at a cutting edge national laboratory and camaraderie with prestigious scientists, researchers and engineers * Meet and collaborate with the people who are world and international experts in fields that interest you * Contribute to the U.S. technical prowess that will enhance living standards and set the nation at the top of a global community * Participate in developing solutions to pressing scientific and technical problems
    Job Category:Engineering
    Post Date:10/12/2017
    Expiration Date:02/01/2018
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  • Employer Name:Sherwin-Williams Company
    Job Title:Management/Sales Trainee - El Paso District
    Job ID:55259
    Wage/Salary:US$42000 per year + Pension, 401K Matching, Healthcare, etc.
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Welcome to Sherwin-Williams Sherwin-Williams is the largest coatings company in North America, and the third largest in the world. With $11 billion in sales, 4,000+ stores, and 90+ manufacturing and technical centers, we proudly serve customers in over 120 countries. Our 45,000+ employees across the globe are diverse, innovative and passionate. With a variety of rewarding and challenging opportunities, Sherwin-Williams is a great place to launch and grow a career. Find yours and join us today. If you've got what it takes to be a troubleshooter, marketer, trainer, systems analyst, creative problem solver, strategist, and an all-encompassing leader of the pack, you could be part of the Sherwin-Williams' team. Our Management/Sales Training Program is designed to provide you with all the skills needed to build a successful career in management and/or outside professional sales. The Management/Sales Training Program includes self-study modules, structured on-the-job training, classroom instruction at our regional training facilities, as well as ongoing education throughout your career. Your training will encompass all aspects of store management, including paint and associated products, customer service, professional sales and marketing, credit and accounts receivable management, human resources management, profit and loss and merchandising management. After you complete the training program, you'll be able to progress into paint store management positions. Our Assistant Store Managers and Store Managers oversee a million-dollar business, providing leadership and insight into the development and strategy of their store. Many Management/Sales Trainees choose a path that leads to a career in professional sales. In this role, they grow the company's market share by selling to large, commercial users such as painting contractors, purchasing agents, manufacturers, and other commercial users who need large volumes of our high-quality products. Generally, sales representatives apply their trade in specific regions or territories. Management/Sales Trainees are eligible for professional sales positions once a track record of success within the stores has been established. Come join the training program that will serve as the springboard for all of your career aspirations. We look forward to hearing from you! Who we are At Sherwin-Williams, we're proud of the company we keep - our family of loyal employees. To learn about our company and our culture go to Sherwin.com/careers. Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, pregnancy, genetic information or any other consideration prohibited by law or contract. VEVRAA Federal Contractor requesting appropriate employment service delivery systems, such as state workforce agencies and local employment delivery systems, to provide priority referrals of protected veterans.
    Job Category:Management, Sales
    Post Date:10/10/2017
    Expiration Date:01/07/2018
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  • Employer Name:TRANSCORE
    Job Title:Quality Assurance Manager , Electronics Manufacturing
    Job ID:55231
    Wage/Salary:COMPETITIVE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:TransCore – Amtech Systems, LLC (AMS), a subsidiary of Roper Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: ROP) is seeking a Quality Assurance Manager to join our team in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Job Summary: QA Manager oversees all aspects of the organization’s quality assurance efforts, such as developing and administering the Quality Management System (QMS), training employees, and facilitating change throughout the organization. Administers quality assurance activities related to product design, appraisal, manufacturing, repair and in trends and root cause failure analysis. Responsible for establishing strategic plans, policies and procedures at all levels to ensure quality improvement efforts will meet or exceed internal and external customers’ needs and expectations. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Ensures that all applicable quality requirements are being met by the organization on a continuing basis: including ISO 9001:2000 and 2015, AAR quality standard, product safety standards such as UL/ETL, international standards such as CE marking and those standards and requirements specified by the customer. • Chairs Quality Strategy Committee meetings and other quality management system reviews on a quarterly basis. • Acts as Quality Assurance signatory approval for Engineering and Manufacturing drawing and procedure releases, changes and obsolescence. • Chairs organization product quality corrective and/or preventive actions on a regular basis. • Responsible to manage the department in the areas of: o Internal and external auditing o Quality, manufacturing, Quality Assurance Representative (QAR) program and workmanship training in a high-volume environment o Internal and external corrective actions o Document control and archiving o FCC, CE mark, UL/ETL compliance o Outside lab testing of products o Reliability calculation compliance o Supplier development, auditing, approval, and control o Incoming, in-process and final inspections o Nonconforming material review and disposition including scrap reporting o First article inspection o Return material administration o Extended warranty costing o Post warranty product business segment o ESD program o Calibration program o Sampling plans using standard statistical methods and techniques o Yield monitoring and reporting Education: Bachelor degree in Engineering field of Mechanical, Electrical, or Quality Assurance Engineering required; Master's degree (M.A.) desired in Quality Management or Business, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    Job Category:Manufacturing & Production Management
    Post Date:10/05/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Vanguard
    Job Title:Vanguard Accelerated Development Program (VADP) – Arizona
    Job ID:55229
    Wage/Salary:50,000
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Vanguard Accelerated Development Program (VADP) is a two-year development program which seeks to create a broad, internal pipeline of people leaders, analysts, client-facing professionals, and project management professionals into the organization who are committed to stretching themselves and making a difference as they enter the business world. The program is designed to teach about Vanguard’s goals and culture, provide broad exposure to the organizations’ divisions, increase problem solving and decision making skills, build leadership skills, as well as CRM and investment knowledge via multiple rotational assignments, relevant projects, and training. Duties & Responsibilities: 1. Completes company-wide rotations, demonstrating an ability to assimilate into each area, understand the objectives of the assignments and specific departments, achieve rotation objectives, and take ownership and accountability for all projects and assignments. 2. Develops a broad understanding of the Vanguard Divisions, strategies, and initiatives. 3. Demonstrates accountability for issues by accepting ownership throughout the problem resolution process. 4. Takes ownership of personal and professional development through: participation in program initiated meetings and projects, attending all training sessions required by the program or rotational assignments and creating and maintaining a personal plan to track development and accomplishments throughout the year. 5. Navigates the organization by securing a comprehensive network of business contacts that can be leveraged to complete assigned tasks. 6. Demonstrates high quality service to all client inquiries, including internal and/or external clients, by providing thorough and accurate information in a timely manner. Utilizes excellent CRM skills to establish effective and productive relationships in order to gain and maintain trust and respect. Effectively positions and cross-sells appropriate Vanguard products and services when applicable. 7. Utilizes appropriate tools to arrange, manipulate, and present data in a way that enables solid decision making for the business. Makes recommendations based on the data when appropriate. 8. Demonstrates proficiency and a thorough knowledge of Vanguard’s investment methodology, policies, procedures, marketplace, and all relevant systems to complete projects as assigned. 9. Participates in projects. Works with various stakeholders to determine scope, gather requirements and data, recommend and implement solutions. Works with appropriate parties to plan, schedule, coordinate and manage business activities required to deliver project solutions. 10. Demonstrates leadership competencies and strengths in rotational and programmatic experiences. 11. Participates in special projects and performs other duties as assigned.
    Job Category:Finance
    Post Date:10/05/2017
    Expiration Date:01/05/2018
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  • Employer Name:Labatt Food Service
    Job Title:Sales Account Administrator/Analyst- Albuquerque
    Job ID:55225
    Wage/Salary:Paid Salary
    Employment Start Date:ASAP
    Job Description:Labatt Food Service is currently seeking an Entry-Level Account Administrator/Analyst in our Albuquerque office. The Account Administrator/Analyst will be responsible for developing sales presentations, analyzing sales data, updating customer contract maintenance, and other internal customer service related tasks. This position will maintain contract pricing and will also produce and analyze reports. The Account Administrator/Analyst will be a key contact for manufacturers, Labatt management and outside Labatt Sales Reps.
    Job Category:Administration, Administrative/Support Services, Agribusiness, Finance, Financial Analysis/Research, Management, Management & Administration, Market Research, Marketing - General, Sales and Marketing, Sales Support
    Post Date:10/31/2017
    Expiration Date:12/29/2017
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  • Employer Name:City of Hobbs
    Job Title:Certified Police Officer #2017-7
    Job ID:55206
    Wage/Salary:Certified - $24.78 per hour to $28.50 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range) $24.78 per hour to $31.84 per hour (Full Range)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Certified Police Officer #2017-7 Police Certified - $24.78 per hour to $28.50 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range) $24.78 per hour to $31.84 per hour (Full Range) Ten (10) Hour Shifts; Sunday thru Wednesday or Wednesday thru Saturday on Day, Evening, and Midnight shifts Days: 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. or 7:00p.m. to 7:00a.m. POSTED: September 28, 2017 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date. ESSENTIAL DUTIES • Regular attendance is required to perform the duties of this position. Works on rotating shifts performing security patrols, traffic control, investigation and first aid at accidents, detection, investigation and arrest of persons involved in crimes or misconduct. Works on assigned shift using own judgment in deciding course of action, expected to handle difficult and emergency situations without assistance. Works mandatory extra duty assignments as needed. • Maintains normal availability by radio or telephone for consultation on major emergencies or precedent. • Carries out duties in conformance with Federal, State and City laws and ordinances. • Patrols city streets, parks, commercial and residential areas to preserve the peace and enforce the law. • Prevent or detect and investigate misconduct involving misdemeanors, felonies and other law violations and to otherwise serve and protect. Responds to emergency radio calls and investigates accidents, robberies, civil disturbances, domestic disputes, fights, drunkenness, missing children, prowlers, abuse of drugs, etc. • Takes appropriate law enforcement action. Interrogates suspects, witnesses and drivers. • Preserves evidence, arrests violators, investigates and renders assistance at scenes of vehicular accidents. • Summons ambulances and other law enforcement vehicles. Takes measurements and draws diagrams of scene.
    Job Category:Law Enforcement
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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  • Employer Name:Centennial BOCES
    Job Title:School Psychologist
    Job ID:55204
    Wage/Salary:doe
    Employment Start Date:8/1/2017
    Job Description:Demonstrate knowledge of RtI process, collecting and analyzing a body of evidence, IEP development, appropriate diagnostic and assessment methods; knowledge of remedial techniques for students with disabilities; communicate effectively with staff, students and parents; possess an understanding of best practices for special education programs and services; knowledgeable of community resources.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:10/02/2017
    Expiration Date:01/31/2018
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  • Employer Name:Arrive Logistics
    Job Title:Sales Development Program for College Grads
    Job ID:55190
    Wage/Salary:36K - 42K + Commission
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The National Account Representative role at Arrive Logistics is your chance to join a growing start up, learn the ropes from industry experts, and be a playmaker! There is no long corporate ladder to climb – YOU control your success. Our ideal candidate prefers pressure, can challenge peers, and gets results in a competitive environment! On our sales team, you will focus on initiating and developing relationships across the nation. Through negotiation and collaboration, you will enable Arrive to service our customers and their freight in the most cost-effective way possible. After the completion of our comprehensive sales training program, you will build your book of business and manage your own portfolio of accounts. If you are ready to commit to your career and make an impact, we want to meet you! Daily responsibilities include: -Outbound cold calls and lead generation to grow your book of business from the ground up! -Fast-paced negotiation over phone and email. -Closely monitoring the progress of your freight and keeping all parties updated. -Problem solving through issues that occur during transit and communicating all updates directly to your customer. -Internal communication with the Arrive tribe, including peers, management, and executive team. -External communication with customer contacts and facilities. -Relationship development and account management as your traction on the sales floor grows! Why Arrive? -Make an immediate impact with a growing startup! -Work in the booming city of Austin TX or Chicago IL. -Earn a competitive base salary + commission. -Train alongside experts in the logistics industry. -Take advantage of excellent benefits, including health, dental, vision, and life coverage. -Invest in your future with our matching 401K program. -Leave the suit and tie at home; our dress code is casual. -Eat for free on Fridays...lunch is on Arrive! -Recharge your batteries at our fully-stocked caffeine bar. -Soothe aches and pains with our monthly in-office massages!
    Job Category:Logistics/Operations, Sales Management, Sales Support, Travel/Transportation
    Post Date:09/28/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Entercom Communications Corp
    Job Title:Sales Associate
    Job ID:55168
    Wage/Salary:25000
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Do you have a passion for sales but looking to gain experience? Entercom Denver has a great entry-level opening for someone who has an interest in launching their career in radio Sales-- we will train! The Sales Associate will provide internal sales support to Senior Account Executives while undergoing sales and customer service training. Responsibilities will include processing qualitative and quantitative marketing data, assisting in creation and updating of proposals, assisting Account Executives in prospecting and conducting cold calls on the telephone is encouraged at advanced stages. You will participate in external sales calls with Account Executives and have the opportunity to bring innovative marketing ideas to life that make a difference for our clients and their business. Tasks will include filing, database entry, project fulfillment, proposals, customer service follow up will also be required. Must have availability during evenings and weekends for station events and programs.
    Job Category:Sales
    Post Date:09/26/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Mesa County Valley Unified School District #51
    Job Title:Agriculture Teacher
    Job ID:55151
    Wage/Salary:34,280
    Employment Start Date:TBD
    Job Description:Agriculture Teacher at Fruita Monument High School and Fruita 8/9 School. This position requires knowledge of agriculture as it pertains to raising live stock and crop production, basic and advanced welding, basic construction, small engine maintenance and repair, and wildlife management. Prefer a willingness to be involved with FFA organization. Position is temporary for the 2017-18 school year due to lateness of filling but should be available again for the 2018-19 school year.
    Job Category:Agriculture
    Post Date:09/25/2017
    Expiration Date:02/01/2018
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  • Employer Name:Ferguson
    Job Title:Logistics Trainee Program
    Job ID:55138
    Wage/Salary:competitive and market-based
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Seeking a career and not just a job? Ferguson is looking for college graduates to begin as Logistics Trainees in our distribution centers throughout the United States. We pride ourselves on delivering world-class customer service, and you may be an ideal candidate if: • You want to understand the whole business. We take pride in investing in our associates. As a Logistics Trainee, you will work from the ground-up to ensure you have a solid foundation of knowledge to excel in a supply chain environment. • You want to build long-lasting relationships – with vendors and branch associates. • You value teamwork, drive, and passion. These characteristics, found in our associates, are fundamental to the success and bottom line of our organization. • You want to be part of something big. Ferguson proudly supports our communities, families, military and educational initiatives. It’s how we make a positive impact to strengthen the communities where we live and work. College of Ferguson: You will begin your career in our Frostproof, FL or Mira Loma, CA distribution center for 12 months alongside other trainees, where a proficient trainer will focus on business operations in a distribution center environment. Upon completing your time in the College of Ferguson, you will relocate to one of our nationwide locations with a potential career path in management. You will have a working knowledge of supply chain management, information systems, order processing, warehousing, sourcing and logistics management. A Bachelor’s Degree/emphasis in Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, or equivalent OR 8 years of military service is required. Applicants without a Supply Chain concentration must have a supply chain background/experience such as an internship. Take the first step toward your career and Apply TODAY! https://ferguson.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/Ferguson_Campus/job/Nationwide/Logistics-Trainee-Program--Nationwide_26250BR-2?source=Campus_Posting The Company is an equal opportunity employer as well as a government contractor that shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-300.5(a), which prohibits discrimination against qualified protected Veterans and the requirements of 41 CFR 60-741.5(A), which prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals on the basis of disability.
    Job Category:Logistics/Operations
    Post Date:09/22/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Ferguson
    Job Title:Outside Sales Trainee Program
    Job ID:55137
    Wage/Salary:competitive and market-based
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Seeking an Outside Sales career? Ferguson is looking for college graduates to begin as Outside Sales Trainees in locations throughout the United States. We pride ourselves on delivering world-class customer service, and you may be an ideal candidate if: • You want to understand the whole business. We take pride in investing in our associates. As a Sales Trainee, you will work from the ground-up to ensure you have a solid foundation of knowledge to excel in your outside sales career. • You want to build long-lasting relationships – with customers and coworkers. • You value teamwork, drive, and passion. These characteristics, found in our associates, are fundamental to the success and bottom line of our organization. • You want to be part of something big. Ferguson proudly supports our communities, families, military and educational initiatives. It’s how we make a positive impact to strengthen the communities where we live and work. College of Ferguson: You will begin your career in Indianapolis for 5 months alongside other trainees, where a proficient trainer will develop your skills in product and operational knowledge of Facility Supply. Upon completing your time in the College of Ferguson, you will transition into a Facility Supply outside sales territory and be responsible for: • Business Development including cold calling and prospecting • Building relationships with key stakeholders • Meeting sales goals A Bachelor’s Degree OR 8 years of active military service is required. Take the first step toward your career and Apply TODAY! https://ferguson.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/Ferguson_Campus/job/Nationwide/Outside-Sales-Trainee-Program--Nationwide_26251BR-2?source=Campus_Posting The Company is an equal opportunity employer as well as a government contractor that shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-300.5(a), which prohibits discrimination against qualified protected Veterans and the requirements of 41 CFR 60-741.5(A), which prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals on the basis of disability.
    Job Category:Sales
    Post Date:09/22/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Ferguson
    Job Title:Credit Trainee Program
    Job ID:55136
    Wage/Salary:competitive and market-based
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Seeking a career and not just a job? Ferguson is looking for college graduates to begin as Credit Trainees in locations throughout the United States. We pride ourselves on delivering world-class customer service, and you may be an ideal candidate if: • You want to understand the whole business. We take pride in investing in our associates. As a Credit Trainee, you will work from the ground-up to ensure you have a solid foundation of knowledge to excel in your credit career. • You want to build long-lasting relationships – with customers and coworkers. • You value teamwork, drive, and passion. These characteristics, found in our associates, are fundamental to the success and bottom line of our organization. • You want to be part of something big. Ferguson proudly supports our communities, families, military and educational initiatives. It’s how we make a positive impact to strengthen the communities where we live and work. College of Ferguson: You will begin your career in a location for 9 months, focusing on the credit management side of our business. You will work closely with our Credit Department, customers and sales force to ensure you have all the tools needed to be a successful credit associate. Upon completing your time in the College of Ferguson, you will relocate to a final location within our nationwide branch network with a potential career path in credit management. You will work together with our sales and management teams to make strategic decisions that affect our company’s largest asset, Accounts Receivable, and our company’s earnings overall. Take the first step toward your career and Apply TODAY! https://ferguson.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/Ferguson_Campus/job/Nationwide/Credit-Trainee-Program--Nationwide_26252BR-2?source=Campus_Posting
    Job Category:Finance
    Post Date:09/22/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Ferguson
    Job Title:Sales Trainee Program
    Job ID:55135
    Wage/Salary:competitive and market-based
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Seeking a career and not just a job? Ferguson is looking for college graduates to begin as Inside Sales Trainees in locations throughout the United States. We pride ourselves on delivering world-class customer service, and you may be an ideal candidate if: • You want to understand the whole business. We take pride in investing in our associates. As a Sales Trainee, you will work from the ground-up to ensure you have a solid foundation of knowledge to excel in your sales career. • You want to build long-lasting relationships – with customers and coworkers. • You value teamwork, drive, and passion. These characteristics, found in our associates, are fundamental to the success and bottom line of our organization. • You want to be part of something big. Ferguson proudly supports our communities, families, military and educational initiatives. It’s how we make a positive impact to strengthen the communities where we live and work. College of Ferguson: You will begin your career in a training location for 5 months alongside other trainees, where a proficient trainer will develop your skills in product and operational knowledge of our industry. Upon completing your time in the College of Ferguson, you will be responsible for assisting with sales functions for existing and prospective customers in your final location. Be prepared to develop and maintain customer relationships, present job quotes and provide accurate pricing/inventory information to customers.
    Job Category:Sales
    Post Date:09/22/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Stone Pine Accounting Services, LLC
    Job Title:Entry Level Staff Accountant
    Job ID:55105
    Wage/Salary:Salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Stone Pine is seeking entry level tax staff accountants to join our growing team of professionals. These individuals will be actively involved in the tax compliance services noted below on multiple client engagements Tasks and responsibilities: • Obtain a detailed understanding of the client’s partnership agreement(s) and how to apply it to deliverables, including creating tax carried interest computations • Review and validate Forms W-8BEN, W-8BEN-E, W-8EXP and W-8IMY to property administer treaty claims for reduced U.S. withholding tax • Prepare federal and state tax returns and associated workpapers • Calculate quarterly estimated tax payments • Meet ad-hoc tax compliance requests from clients and partners/ investors • Prepare responses to state and federal tax notices • Coordinate with external auditors and tax reviewers • Other assigned projects Upon employment, staff accountants receive a competitive salary and a personal office space, along with a generous benefits package including, but not limited to: • 100% of employee medical and dental insurance premiums are covered by Stone Pine • Firm paid CPA review course • Firm paid CPA exam fees with bonuses for passing the exam • 401(k) with company match • Paid time off • Paid overtime in excess of 200 overtime hours worked annually
    Job Category:Accounting
    Post Date:09/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/30/2017
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  • Employer Name:Stone Pine Accounting Services, LLC
    Job Title:Entry Level Staff Accountant
    Job ID:55104
    Wage/Salary:Salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Stone Pine is currently seeking entry level staff accountants to join our growing team of professionals. These individuals will be actively involved in the services noted below on multiple client engagements. Tasks and responsibilities: • Obtain a detailed understanding of the client’s partnership agreement(s) and how to apply it to deliverables • Prepare quarterly and annual financial statements and associated workpapers • Prepare management fee and carried interest calculations • Maintain general ledgers • Coordinate and reconcile day-to-day cash and investment transactions • Maintain and update partner/ investor data • Prepare capital call and distribution letters to partners/ investors • Meet impromptu requests from clients and partners/ investors • Coordinate with tax department and external auditors • Other assigned projects Upon employment, staff accountants receive a competitive salary and a personal office space, along with a generous benefits package including, but not limited to: • 100% of employee medical and dental insurance premiums are covered by Stone Pine • Firm paid CPA review course • Firm paid CPA exam fees with bonuses for passing the exam • 401(k) with company match • Paid time off • Paid overtime in excess of 200 overtime hours worked annually
    Job Category:Accounting
    Post Date:09/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/30/2017
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  • Employer Name:Yelp
    Job Title:Account Executive // Digital Advertising
    Job ID:55029
    Wage/Salary:Base Salary + Commission
    Employment Start Date:Post Graduation
    Job Description:Located in San Francisco, Phoenix, Chicago, New York & Washington D.C. Yelp was created to connect people with great local businesses. As an Account Executive, you'll be working directly with these local businesses to help them achieve their goals through Yelp’s advertising programs. You'll provide a consultative approach to every sale and work with each client to determine their business's needs and aspirations, because we succeed when we help our clients grow their businesses. People are at the center of everything we do, and you'll be on the front lines educating business owners about Yelp's platform and customizing solutions that fit them. You'll be helping us change the world by supporting our mission, and ultimately giving consumers a better experience. In this role, you will be directly responsible for selling advertising space on Yelp to local businesses across the US and Canada. Success in this role is measured by hitting and exceeding monthly sales goals, consistently staying ahead of daily metrics, and handling rejection in stride, all in a team-focused environment. What You'll Do Own and manage a pipeline of clients ranging from dentists to florists to restaurant owners Consult, educate, strategize, and successfully sell Yelp advertising programs through a high volume of sales calls - strong communication and tenacity are key! Become an expert in Yelp’s advertising solutions, and adapt product recommendations quickly to suit client needs - asking probing questions and handling objections will be critical to your success Achieve and consistently exceed monthly sales goals What We're Looking For In You You have an appetite for learning! You’re keen on turning training and feedback into action and continuous self-improvement You are committed to a high standard of integrity and work ethic You’re an excellent listener, assertive, persistent, and persuasive You are genuinely curious about people, local businesses, and possess the innate ability to inspire passion in others You are adaptable and can think on your feet. When faced with new challenges, or tough conversations, failure simply isn't an option Must-Haves Graduating with a Bachelor’s degree Excellent communication skills - no fear of the phone General computer and email proficiency Positive attitude and a drive to win Ability to effectively prioritize tasks and manage time within a fast-paced environment Must be able to work legally in the US Training and Development Comprehensive initial two month training, with ongoing career development support and opportunities through the Yelp Sales Development Program* Learn industry-leading communication and sales techniques that will enable you to find solutions for your clients and close deals Gain extensive knowledge on the industry’s leading CRM tool, Salesforce Train with current top producers and improve daily with feedback and experience Become an expert in internet advertising and the world of SMB *The Yelp Sales Development Program provides a transparent path for professional growth by outlining what you need to be doing every day, month, and quarter to reach the next level in our sales organization. As you progress through YSDP, you will be eligible for increases in compensation, title, and responsibilities, which will keep your career moving in the right direction. Compensation and Benefits Effective your first day: Full medical, vision, and dental (100% paid employee only coverage) 15 days PTO and 11 paid holidays (per year) 6 weeks paid parental leave plus up to 6 weeks paid pregnancy disability leave Monthly wellness subsidy Access to fully stocked Yelp kitchens Flexible spending account 401(k) retirement savings plan with up to $1,000 matching per year Employee stock purchase plan Think you have what it takes to be an Account Executive at Yelp? Send us your cover letter and resume today. Don’t forget to keep it useful, funny, and cool! Diversity and Inclusion statement: Yelp values diversity. We’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer and consider qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital or family status, veteran status, medical condition or disability.
    Job Category:Advertising Account Management, Consulting, Marketing - General, Sales
    Post Date:01/01/2018
    Expiration Date:01/31/2018
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  • Employer Name:Yelp
    Job Title:Account Executive // Digital Advertising
    Job ID:55028
    Wage/Salary:Base Salary + Commission
    Employment Start Date:Post Graduation
    Job Description:Located in San Francisco, Phoenix, Chicago, New York & Washington D.C. Yelp was created to connect people with great local businesses. As an Account Executive, you'll be working directly with these local businesses to help them achieve their goals through Yelp’s advertising programs. You'll provide a consultative approach to every sale and work with each client to determine their business's needs and aspirations, because we succeed when we help our clients grow their businesses. People are at the center of everything we do, and you'll be on the front lines educating business owners about Yelp's platform and customizing solutions that fit them. You'll be helping us change the world by supporting our mission, and ultimately giving consumers a better experience. In this role, you will be directly responsible for selling advertising space on Yelp to local businesses across the US and Canada. Success in this role is measured by hitting and exceeding monthly sales goals, consistently staying ahead of daily metrics, and handling rejection in stride, all in a team-focused environment. What You'll Do Own and manage a pipeline of clients ranging from dentists to florists to restaurant owners Consult, educate, strategize, and successfully sell Yelp advertising programs through a high volume of sales calls - strong communication and tenacity are key! Become an expert in Yelp’s advertising solutions, and adapt product recommendations quickly to suit client needs - asking probing questions and handling objections will be critical to your success Achieve and consistently exceed monthly sales goals What We're Looking For In You You have an appetite for learning! You’re keen on turning training and feedback into action and continuous self-improvement You are committed to a high standard of integrity and work ethic You’re an excellent listener, assertive, persistent, and persuasive You are genuinely curious about people, local businesses, and possess the innate ability to inspire passion in others You are adaptable and can think on your feet. When faced with new challenges, or tough conversations, failure simply isn't an option Must-Haves Graduating with a Bachelor’s degree Excellent communication skills - no fear of the phone General computer and email proficiency Positive attitude and a drive to win Ability to effectively prioritize tasks and manage time within a fast-paced environment Must be able to work legally in the US Training and Development Comprehensive initial two month training, with ongoing career development support and opportunities through the Yelp Sales Development Program* Learn industry-leading communication and sales techniques that will enable you to find solutions for your clients and close deals Gain extensive knowledge on the industry’s leading CRM tool, Salesforce Train with current top producers and improve daily with feedback and experience Become an expert in internet advertising and the world of SMB *The Yelp Sales Development Program provides a transparent path for professional growth by outlining what you need to be doing every day, month, and quarter to reach the next level in our sales organization. As you progress through YSDP, you will be eligible for increases in compensation, title, and responsibilities, which will keep your career moving in the right direction. Compensation and Benefits Effective your first day: Full medical, vision, and dental (100% paid employee only coverage) 15 days PTO and 11 paid holidays (per year) 6 weeks paid parental leave plus up to 6 weeks paid pregnancy disability leave Monthly wellness subsidy Access to fully stocked Yelp kitchens Flexible spending account 401(k) retirement savings plan with up to $1,000 matching per year Employee stock purchase plan Think you have what it takes to be an Account Executive at Yelp? Send us your cover letter and resume today. Don’t forget to keep it useful, funny, and cool! Diversity and Inclusion statement: Yelp values diversity. We’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer and consider qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital or family status, veteran status, medical condition or disability.
    Job Category:Advertising Account Management, Consulting, Marketing - General, Sales
    Post Date:12/01/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Stanford Law School
    Job Title:Stanford Law School Research Fellow
    Job ID:55009
    Wage/Salary:NA
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Assist with the research of Professors John J. Donohue, Jacob Goldin, Daniel Ho, Daniel Kessler, and Alison Morantz at Stanford Law School. Designed for graduating seniors or recent college graduates, fellowships provide a unique opportunity for those considering graduate school, law school, and/or business school in the future. Prior Research Fellows have matriculated to Ph.D. programs at Harvard, Stanford, Yale, and MIT, and law school at Harvard, Yale, Stanford, and Columbia. They have been drawn from a variety of undergraduate disciplines, including economics, political science, applied math, public policy, statistics, and computer science. Successful applicants will be matched with a specific professor based on background and interests. As full-time Stanford University employees, fellows will receive a competitive salary and benefits package, including full medical and dental insurance, access to campus athletic and academic facilities, paid vacation time, professional development funds, and the capacity to audit Stanford courses and attend on-campus lectures and seminars free of charge.
    Job Category:Research
    Post Date:09/11/2017
    Expiration Date:01/09/2018
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  • Employer Name:Coburn Investigative Agency
    Job Title:Fraud Investigator
    Job ID:55006
    Wage/Salary:40,000
    Employment Start Date:10/15/2017
    Job Description:As a fraud investigator you’ll be serving Colorado’s dedicated workforce by preventing fraud in its many forms. It’s as much as a calling as it is a job. We are passionate about what we do and the good it brings to our community. It’s a high energy, exciting and demanding lifestyle. It is rewarding but it is not always easy. The demands of the career are real but so are the many benefits. We do not require prior private investigative experience; that we will provide. Rather, we are looking for heart and some demonstrable effort in either your work history and/or education that shows you’re passionate and service minded. Preferred candidates often have military backgrounds or criminal justice degrees, though not always. We will provide you the paid training necessary and mentor you to ensure you can become one of the best private investigators in the industry. You will attain expertise in the art of surveillance, video & concealed camera use, locating, backgrounding and far more. We offer a unique and fulfilling career path. We are committed to a work/life balance, however, applicants must be able to meet a flexible work schedule including some nights and weekends. Some overnight travel is required within the state of Colorado. Given the very nature of exposing fraud, at times it will involve irregular hours, last moment notices, schedule changes and unexpected travel, although we do all we can to mitigate these. For the right candidate this position is an exceptional opportunity. Coburn Provides: ● Extensive Paid Training Program ● Full Time Position ● Company Laptop ● HD Camera ● Full Benefit Package, to include Overtime Pay, PTO and Paid Holidays ● $1K Signing Bonus for Fluent Bi-lingual Spanish Candidates upon Completion of Training
    Job Category:Other
    Post Date:09/11/2017
    Expiration Date:12/29/2017
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  • Employer Name:Vanguard
    Job Title:Processing Associate
    Job ID:55002
    Wage/Salary:37,000
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description: Add to Cart To interpret, research and process our client’s complex monetary and clerical requests within brokerage accounts and mutual fund accounts, while having the highest quality service and accuracy. To communicate and build relationships effectively with internal and external clients Duties and Responsibilities: •Interprets, researches and processes client requests on our mutual fund and brokerage platforms. Partners with tenured associates to handle more complex requests. Consistently follows policies and procedures for completing work while independently utilizing systems and resources effectively. Exhibits a sense of urgency and accountability for the client experience. •Demonstrates logical, systematic approach to problem solving, focusing on client expectations and improving effectiveness and efficiency of operations. Leverages online resources and past experience to independently meet challenges and provide viable alternative solutions as needed. •Demonstrates proficiency in all brokerage and mutual fund functions designated under respective training path. Maintains balance between quality and productivity to meet department standard. •Communicates both verbally and in written format with clients to clarify incomplete or invalid paperwork. Incorporates the six Client Relationship Management (CRM) skills into internal and external client interactions. Complies with all FINRA, SEC, and Vanguard internal policies regarding client contact. •Prioritizes work and provides flexibility to support business needs. General awareness of the current business environment. Demonstrates an interest in the financial markets and brokerage environment. Understands Vanguard products including, but not limited to, fund minimums, additional purchase limits, and closed funds. •Identifies workflow-related issues, trends, and makes recommendations for improvement to management. Assists with implementation of improvements as assigned. •Maintains effective work relationships by handling peer and management interactions in a positive and cooperative manner. Keeps supervisor informed of issues impacting the team. •Participates in special projects and performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications: •Undergraduate degree or equivalent combination of training and experience •Minimum of two years general experience and one year industry/technology •Demonstrated client relationship management experience •Strong problem resolution and time management skills •Outstanding positive attitude with ability and willingness to effectively work within a team environment •Demonstrated ability to work in a high volume situation with time constraints and to adapt within a fluid work environment •Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks in a rapidly changing brokerage environment •Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and PCs Vanguard is not offering visa sponsorship for this position.
    Job Category:Finance
    Post Date:09/11/2017
    Expiration Date:05/31/2018
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  • Employer Name:Vanguard
    Job Title:Client Relationship Specialist
    Job ID:55001
    Wage/Salary:43,000
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description: Vanguard is actively looking for December 2017 and May 2018 graduates to launch a career in our entry level roles. We have several opportunities available for our 2018 hiring season. Not a recent graduate? This is a great opportunity for you too! Primary duties and responsibilities: Join the team that is the voice of Vanguard to over 5.2 million individual investors, and launch a dynamic career in the financial services industry with a position in Vanguard’s Retail Investor Group (RIG). As a Client Relationship Specialist, your typical day includes: •Assisting all types of investors with meeting their financial goals – the young adult opening a first account, a family saving for a child’s college education, a married couple investing for their first home, a high net worth client preserving their wealth, or an entrepreneur managing their small-business retirement plan. •Using virtual technology to connect with clients and help them manage their assets. •Developing relationships with clients to understand their unique investment needs and position appropriate products or solutions. This job is for you if you: •Have strong communication and relationship management skills. •Excel in explaining complex information in ways that are easy to understand. •Are looking to develop your business and financial acumen. •Are eager to compliment your professional background by obtaining your FINRA 6 or 7 & 63 Series licenses. •Want to be part of a small team that’s motivated by helping others and serving the best interests of our investors. •Like to work hard and have a thirst for knowledge. •Demonstrate grit and progress towards a goal. •Are flexible and thrive in fast-paced work environments. •Aspire to a successful career in financial services. •Crave an environment where you can develop professionally and personally. •Want to enjoy coming to work every day because you care about your teammates and the investors you support. •Share our commitment to strengthening communities by donating time, talent, and treasure. •Possess intellectual curiosity and interest in developing business and financial acumen. Qualities that will benefit you in the role: •An undergraduate degree, or completed coursework, in any major. •Actively pursuing a degree. •A passion for this industry and/or a strong desire to learn. •Experience or training related to serving clients, building relationships, or communicating effectively. •If you already hold current securities licenses. Bring your future to Vanguard: Build a successful career with one of the world’s largest investment management companies. Your experience as a Client Relationship Specialist can lead to a Vanguard career in advice, sales, relationship management, leadership, and much more. Whether you have a background in financial services or are interested in building your knowledge in finance and business, you will receive comprehensive training, including support for attaining your FINRA Series licenses, that will prepare you to succeed. You will be supported by a culture that is focused on your continued professional and personal development. Sound like you? Apply now! You can also CHAT LIVE with a Vanguard Recruiter every Thursday from 12-1pm PST. Register now by clicking on this link: http://bit.ly/2namfDj Note: Vanguard is not offering visa sponsorship for this position. Additionally, employment is contingent on a successful drug-screening result.
    Job Category:Finance
    Post Date:09/11/2017
    Expiration Date:05/31/2018
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  • Employer Name:Center For Discovery
    Job Title:Facility Coordinator - Eating Disorder - Outpatient Program
    Job ID:54939
    Wage/Salary:Salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Overview   The Facility Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Program Director to manage a residential program, by training counseling staff, interviewing potential new hires, and upholding Discovery Culture within their program. Enforce program regulations and guidelines, including HIPAA policies and Joint Commission accreditation. Support in supervision of staff and oversee scheduling and on-call rotation, with Program Director. The Facility Manager oversees the intake process of new clients on the day of admission, and audits client charts regularly to ensure all documentation is being completed throughout the course of treatment, in a timely manner. Oversees purchasing of household supplies in accordance with budgets and monitoring for routine facility care. Will have strong organizational skills and leadership experience. Previous experience in the mental health field is highly preferred. Another vital component that makes up the duties of the Facility Manager is to liaison with the various departments at the Home Office, i,e Human Resources, Quality Improvement, Accounting and Operations departments in delivery of services to their program.   Responsibilities   Assure that the facility is fully stocked, that needed supplies are ordered in advance, and manage related expenses to assure that unnecessary spending is not occurring. Provide feedback to the corporate office regarding any facility issues on a weekly basis.   Responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the facility and facility vehicle. Will schedule facility or vehicle maintenance upon obtaining approval from the Program Director and/or corporate office.   Perform/assign safety drills, completing weekly checklists to assure medication administration guidelines are met and assure facility is in compliance with licensing standards.   Collect credit card receipts from all staff that hold Discovery credit cards once per month and submit to corporate in a timely manner.   Oversee the client intake process, complete related paperwork, review and obtain signatures on all consents at the time of admission, send all necessary information to the corporate office, assign additional duties to counseling staff as necessary. Oversee the client discharge process and assign duties to counseling staff as necessary.   Participate in treatment team meetings on a weekly basis, keep notes and create the treatment team overview notes for staff review.   Run groups when necessary. Provide oversight of groups being led by counseling staff and lend assistance if needed.   Manage client charts, ensuring new charts are opened when necessary, charts are audited and closed in a timely manner.   Responsible for the hiring process of new counseling staff with assistance of the Program Director; responsible for the completion of related paperwork and documentation; assist in the training of these new staff. Participate in and conduct counseling staff performance reviews.   Ensures staff adherence to Infection Control Protocols.   Must be available to take on-call shifts. This duty is shared with Program Director and Primary Therapist.   Participate in and/or lead bi-monthly staff trainings with direction from the Program Director.   To help model good behaviors to residents will attend meals in the milieu when possible.   Serves as a positive role model to staff, residents, employees and guests through a positive, caring, and professional attitude.   Familiarizes self with the Philosophy, Mission, goals, and objectives of the Center for Discovery Adolescent Treatment Program/s. Complies with all Discovery policies and procedures. Attends all designated meetings.   Maintains the confidential nature of resident and program related activities   May be required to travel to other facilities to attend trainings from time to time.   Must demonstrate tact, initiative, resourcefulness, professional manner, enthusiasm, and non-judgmental attitude.   Available to perform requested task and accept responsibilities as assigned by the Program Director. 
    Job Category:Health Care
    Post Date:09/02/2017
    Expiration Date:09/02/2018
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  • Employer Name:Center For Discovery
    Job Title:Registered Dietitian - Eating Disorder - Residential Program
    Job ID:54938
    Wage/Salary:Salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Overview   The Registered Dietitian is responsible to consult in a collaborative fashion with treatment team to ensure the best standard of nutrition and dietary services. The Registered Dietitian is responsible for all the dietary services in addition to overseeing the Dietary component within the program. Responsibilities include training new RD’s, dietary support and supervision, grocery budget allocation, nutrition component design, creation of original class protocols and working in collaboration with the Program Director to provide dietary employee reviews and support.   Responsibilities   Completes all the responsibilities of the Registered Dietitian.   Consults, and supports dietary staff at multiple facilities as assigned.   Manages the grocery budget.   Initiates accounts/agreements with dietary supplement companies.   Analyzes food service providers to ensure quality products at cost effective prices.   In-service training of dietary staff.   Supervises quarterly revision of the cycle menu.   Designs dietary component that is compliance with Department of Health, Joint Commission Accreditation standards. This is in collaboration with the Director of Performance Improvement   May be required to travel to other facilities to attend trainings. 
    Job Category:Health Care
    Post Date:09/02/2017
    Expiration Date:09/02/2018
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  • Employer Name:Center For Discovery
    Job Title:Therapist - Eating Disorder - Outpatient Program
    Job ID:54937
    Wage/Salary:Salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Overview   Assists and supports residents through the entire treatment experience from admission through discharge. Contributes insightful, practical, and meaningful information to the treatment planning process. Orients each resident to the treatment program. Individuals who are accruing hours for licensure and possess knowledge of chemical dependency and/or eating disorders preferred.   Responsibilities   Completes the Comprehensive Treatment Plan and Integrated Treatment Summary within three days of admission   Identify weekly treatment goals and write contracts relative to individual client needs   Write and facilitate the Discharge summary   Individual psychotherapy sessions and conjoint family psychotherapy sessions   Interface with insurance companies, providing appropriate clinical information to obtain initial certification and continuing stay certification as required   Charts each resident's progress throughout the treatment experience and after each individual, group, and family session   facilitating groups   providing coverage or support to the clinical staff and clients   providing meal support   documentation of the groups covered 
    Job Category:Health Care
    Post Date:09/02/2017
    Expiration Date:09/02/2018
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  • Employer Name:Cardinal Health
    Job Title:2018 Summer Internship Program
    Job ID:54915
    Wage/Salary:Hourly
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Headquartered in Dublin, Ohio, Cardinal Health, Inc. (NYSE: CAH) is a global, integrated healthcare services and products company, providing customized solutions for hospitals, health systems, pharmacies, ambulatory surgery centers, clinical laboratories and physician offices worldwide. The company provides clinically-proven medical products and pharmaceuticals and cost-effective solutions that enhance supply chain efficiency from hospital to home. Cardinal Health connects patients, providers, payers, pharmacists and manufacturers for integrated care coordination and better patient management. Backed by nearly 100 years of experience, with more than 50,000 employees in nearly 60 countries, Cardinal Health ranks among the top 25 on the Fortune 500. Location: Various - See specific requisition for location details Start Date: May/June 2018 Hours: Approximately 40 hours per week for a minimum of 10 weeks *All Cardinal Health internships are paid internships. The Summer Internship Program allows students the opportunity to work on meaningful and exciting projects that will give them the hands-on experience they need to build a solid foundation for their future. As an intern, students will have the opportunity to participate in a formalized program, designed to increase knowledge of Cardinal Health and the healthcare industry as well as develop essential leadership skills. Interns will be given the opportunity to explore different career paths and interview for full-time roles upon successful completion of the program. Why Choose the Cardinal Health Summer Internship Program? Experience: Interns work with other Cardinal Health professionals on their team, as well as business partners, customers and vendors on substantial projects in addition to daily work. To enhance leadership skills, each intern also participates on a committee. At the end of the summer, each intern has the opportunity to showcase their work in a presentation to business leaders. Networking: Interns have the opportunity to learn from key business leaders through the "Executive Speaker Series." They also have the opportunity to network with other professionals through both formal and informal networking events. Development: Interns participate in a formal one-on-one mentoring program, as well as professional workshops to enhance their business acumen. They are also able to explore full time career paths throughout their internship experience. Camaraderie: The internship program offers various social, teambuilding, community service events, as well as tours to help interns build a solid network of peers. Opportunities are available in the following areas: • Accounting/Finance • Analytics • Communications • Customer Support Services • Engineering • Environmental Health & Safety • Fuse • Global Sourcing • Human Resources • Information Technology • Marketing • Supply Chain Management • Accounting/Finance – 20019888 • Analytics – 20019890 • Communications – 20019893 • Customer Support Services – 20019894 • Engineering – 20019984 • Environmental Health & Safety – 20019895 • Fuse – 20020570 • Global Sourcing – 20019896 • Human Resources – 20019899 • Information Technology – 20019900 • Marketing – 20019902 • Supply Chain Management – 20020535 To learn more about Cardinal Health and the Internship Program visit us at cardinalhealth.com/college or facebook.com/cardinalhealthcollege.
    Job Category:Accounting, Administrative/Support Services, Biomedical/Biosystems Engineering, Brand/Product Marketing, Business Operations, HR and Financial Services, Call Center, Communication, Computer Maintenance & Support, Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Consumer Sales, Engineering, Engineering - Computer, Engineering - Industrial, Engineering - Mechanical, Engineering - Process, Finance, Health Care, Health Services/Healthcare, Human Resource Management, Human Resources and Labor Relations, Information Technology Consulting, Logistics/Operations, Manufacturing & Production Management, Marketing - General, Marketing-Brand/Product: Consumer Goods, Marketing-Brand/Product: Industrial Goods, Marketing-Brand/Product: Pharmaceutical, MIS, Office, Administrative and Customer Support, Pharmaceutical Sales, Sales, Sales - General, Sales and Marketing, Supply Chain Consulting
    Post Date:09/04/2017
    Expiration Date:02/02/2018
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  • Employer Name:The GEO Group
    Job Title:Human Resources Manager
    Job ID:54880
    Wage/Salary:$44,599
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description: JOB DESCRIPTION: Summary This position focuses on serving the needs, concerns and objectives of both managers and our employees through building effective partnerships and by creating trust and mutual respect. It leads the administration and implementation of Human Resources (HR) policies, programs and practices throughout the facility and acts as the liaison between the facility management and Regional/ Corporate HR. Primary Duties and Responsibilities Serves as an advisor to the Facility Administrator and facility management on Human Resources issues. Supports local recruiting and outreach efforts in coordination with the centralized recruiting team to meet or exceed monthly and annual recruiting targets in the most efficient and effective manner possible. Ensures a positive candidate and hiring manager experience. Prepares and maintains personnel records and ensures compliance to procedures for controlling personnel transactions and reporting personnel data. Administers and tracks employee developmental training. Assists, coaches and provides guidance for progressive discipline, standards of employee conduct and employee terminations. Supports reporting serious staff misconduct to the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR). Engages employees and acts as a conduit to provide facility management, Regional HR and Corporate HR insight into employee concerns. Responsible for employee onboarding to include data entry into the HR Information system and new employee orientation. Ensures that data entered is accurate and employees have a thorough understanding of Company policies and procedures, to include the information included in the employee handbook. Responsible for maintaining records of insurance coverage, retirement plans, and personnel transactions such as hires, promotions, transfers, performance reviews, terminations, and other related personnel and payroll issues. Serves as EEO specialist and maintains affirmative action plan. Serves as subject matter expert for leaves of absences, FMLA and ADA issues. Ensures compliance with Company policies and procedures and develops a thorough understanding of Corporate HR policies and procedures. Reviews facility personnel procedures to ensure that they are applicable, effective, and comply with contract requirements, local, state and federal law, and Company policies, procedures. Resolves employee personnel inquiries and submits necessary inputs, changes, additions and deletions into the HR Information System for correction. Refers unusual or unresolved problems to Regional HR for further action. May manage an assigned human resources staff and perform the duties typically associated with a management level position including hiring, training, and employee development. Coordinates grievance and disciplinary hearings and activities. Coordinates benefit programs, annual enrollment, and employee wellness program at facility.. Monitors unemployment claims, assists with appeals and may attend hearings as the Human Resources representative. Partners with facility management to ensure the performance appraisal program is compliant and effective. Provides guidance on compensation, bonuses and other recognition programs. Monitors and coordinates workers’ compensation claims and maycompile information to file workers’ compensation claims for employees and for the insurance carrier. Provides necessary referral support for the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Performs other duties as assigned.
    Job Category:Human Resource Management
    Post Date:08/25/2017
    Expiration Date:12/29/2017
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  • Employer Name:Department of Transportation (Caltrans)
    Job Title:Transportation Surveyor
    Job ID:54877
    Wage/Salary:$60,000-$114,500
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Caltrans currently employs over 500 Surveyors, who work on projects all across California. We are continuously seeking to add talented individuals to our organization. Currently, multiple vacancies exist all across California. In addition, many retirements are expected in the near future. Excellent opportunities will exist for incoming Surveyors to advance quickly. As a Surveyor for Caltrans you play an important role in the development of the transportation system and provide critical data for Caltrans projects and advice to managers. Some of the responsibilities include: Determining and establishing boundaries of State-owned lands. Establishing high-order vertical and horizontal control Providing photogrammetric mapping and topography Preparing and recording maps. Making technical studies and investigations pertaining to land or engineering surveying, property titles, descriptions and deeds.
    Job Category:GIS, Surveying
    Post Date:08/25/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Elocus Technical Services Inc
    Job Title:AEM (Adobe Experience Manager)
    Job ID:54775
    Wage/Salary:Negotiable
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:We, ELocus Technical Services, based in Walnut, CA have several ongoing projects where we have lot of open positions. This is AEM position and there is no need to have a technical background for this position. We will provide you training from the scratch. Also, we will provide H1b visa sponsorships for students on F1 Visa. If interested do send us an email with your updated profile at recruiter1@elocusinc.com or you can also call us on 973-795-4280 for further details.
    Job Category:Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical
    Post Date:08/15/2017
    Expiration Date:08/14/2018
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  • Employer Name:Center For Discovery
    Job Title:Registered Nurse
    Job ID:54639
    Wage/Salary:Salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The RN consults with the physician and psychiatrist to ensure appropriate medical interventions. The RN meets with each resident, completes a daily assessment, and administers all prescription medication. The RN is responsible to carry out any orders received from the physician and psychiatrist, and reports information to the Nurse Administrator, Program Director and Facility Administrator as needed. Responsibilities • Completes H&P upon admission for each resident • Develops and initiates the Nursing Care Plan • Implements Physician orders • Is available for consultation after hours and returns telephone calls/pages within ten-minute time frame • Administers medication as prescribed • Counts narcotics each day, logs appropriately • Meets regularly with medical staff to discuss resident treatment • Provides assessment of medical problems as needed • Facilitates educational/ therapeutic Groups • Performs primary first aid and determines need for physician notification • Monitoring the course of treatment for each resident in a pro-active manner to ensure that no problem or trouble may compromise the resident’s or treatment staff’s effort • Contributing insightful, practical, and meaningful information to the treatment planning process • Directing residents in a clear, concise, and informative matter • Introducing each new resident to his/her fellow residents and the treatment staff, orientates each resident to the Discovery Treatment Program • Orientates the resident with the rules, expectations, intent, and routine of the daily treatment schedule. The counselor also tours each new resident around the building and grounds to familiarize the resident with the facility
    Job Category:Health Services/Healthcare
    Post Date:09/02/2017
    Expiration Date:09/02/2018
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  • Employer Name:Center For Discovery
    Job Title:Licensed Vocational Nurse/Licensed Practical Nurse
    Job ID:54638
    Wage/Salary:Salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The LVN/LPN is responsible for assisting and supporting residents through the entire treatment experience from admission through discharge. The LVN/LPN is responsible for communicating their observation and insight to the treatment team (i.e. therapists, dietitian, psychiatrist, pediatrician and facility administrator) to ensure that the team is comprehensively addressing each individual's particular issues. The LVN/LPN introduces each new resident to her fellow residents and the treatment staff, and orients each resident to the rules, expectations, and routine of the daily treatment schedule. Responsibilities • Completes H&P upon admission for each resident • Develops and initiates the Nursing Care Plan • Facilitating therapeutic groups • Clear resident documentation • Implements Physician Orders Is available for consultation after hours and returns telephone calls/pages within ten-minute time frame • Administers medication as prescribed Counts narcotics each day, logs appropriately • Meets regularly with medical staff to discuss resident treatment • Provides assessment of medical problems as needed • Performs primary first aid and determines need for physician notification • The LVN/LPN consults with the physician and psychiatrist to ensure appropriate medical interventions. • The LVN/LPN meets with each resident, completes a daily assessment, and administers all prescription medication. • The LVN/LPN is responsible to carry out any orders received from the physician and psychiatrist, and reports information to the Program Director and Facility
    Job Category:Health Care
    Post Date:08/01/2017
    Expiration Date:09/02/2018
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  • Employer Name:AppleTree Educational Center
    Job Title:Pre-K Teacher
    Job ID:54561
    Wage/Salary:Dependent on Education
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Assist in creating early childhood lesson plans, teaching, documenting observations, and working with parents and guardians to help children continue to develop and succeed in a center-based child care program.
    Job Category:Education - Early Childhood
    Post Date:07/25/2017
    Expiration Date:01/25/2018
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  • Employer Name:Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
    Job Title:2018-2019 Public Policy Fellowship Program
    Job ID:54524
    Wage/Salary:$2400
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Recent college graduates can take advantage of this paid fellowship, which opens doors for talented young Latinos who are pursuing a career in public policy. You will spend nine months working in Washington, D.C., with significant exposure to leaders in congressional offices, federal agencies, national nonprofit advocacy organizations, government-related institutes, and more—growing both personally and professionally during your fellowship experience. As a CHCI Public Policy Fellow, you will immerse yourself in the legislative process, spending four days each week (Monday-Thursday) learning all facets of public policy. On Fridays, you will join other fellows for a full day of leadership development centered on CHCI’s four Pillars of Leadership—Civic Engagement, Social Responsibility, Self Empowerment, and Promoting Community and Hispanic Culture. Your weekly programming will also prepare you to fully understand policy issues facing the Latino community and how to propose effective solutions by critically examining all sides and implications of these issues. You will have extraordinary access to a myriad of Latino professionals— including accomplished CHCI Alumni—from a variety of industries, who generously give of their time as guest speakers and mentors. You will have opportunities to get to know their stories of personal achievement as well as challenges they overcame to be successful in their fields. Our experience working as a CHCI Public Policy Fellow provides an impressive start to your professional résumé. Whether you want to remain in the public sector or take a position in the private sector, you will have unparalleled opportunities for meaningful work experience, outstanding leadership development, and establishing professional connections—with members of Congress, CHCI’s board, alumni and staff, supervisors and co-workers, and corporate partner liaisons, just to name a few—during your fellowship. In addition to working for members of Congress, fellows have worked with these and other remarkable organizations: AARP, American Bar Association, U.S. House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, National Council of La Raza, U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, SEIU Service Employees International Union, White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics
    Job Category:Accounting, Accounting/Auditing, Actuary, Administration, Administration - K-12, Administration - Post Secondary, Administrative Assistants, Administrative/Support Services, Adult Education, Advertising - Creative, Advertising Account Management, Agencies, Agencies, Administration, Management, Agribusiness, Agriculture, America Reads/ Counts, Animal/Dairy/Poultry Science, Archaeologist, Architecture, Architecture and Engineering, Arts, Arts Administration, Arts, Design, Entertainment, and Media, At Risk Youth Services, Atmospheric Sciences, Attorney, Automotive, Aviation, Banking/Fin. Services Corporate Finance, Billing/Medical Billing, Biology, Biomedical/Biosystems Engineering, Botany, Brand/Product Marketing, Brokerage, Business Development, Business Operations, HR and Financial Services, Call Center, Carrier Transportation, Cartographer, Cartography, Coaching, Collections, College Student Affairs, Commercial Art, Commercial Banking, Commercial Lending, Communication, Community Organizing/Activism, Community Service, Community Social Service and Non-Profits, Computer Aided Design, Computer Maintenance & Support, Computer, Information Technology and Mathematical, Conflict Resolution/Prevention, Conservation, Construction, Construction, Trades and Warehousing, Consulting, Consumer Sales, Corporate/Strategic Planning/Internal Consulting, Corrections Officer, Counseling & Advocacy, Counseling & Psychology, Court Officials/Judicial, Crimson Scholar, Customer Service, Cyber Security, Data Entry, Data Entry and Word Processing Clerks, Database Administration, Defense/Security, Delivery, Dental Assistant, Dental Hygiene, Dental Lab Technician, Dentistry, Design, Design/Interior Design, Dietetics/Nutrition, Digital Divide/Technology Policy, Dispatcher, Distribution/Shipping, Drafting, eCommerce, eCommerce Consulting, Economic Development Consulting, Education, Education - Early Childhood, Education, Training and Library, Education-Physical Education, Electrical, Electronics - Aerospace, Electronics - Biomedical, Electronics - General, Emergency Medical Services, Energy & Environmental Consulting, Engineering, Engineering - Aerospace, Engineering - Agricultural, Engineering - Chemical, Engineering - Civil, Engineering - Computer, Engineering - Control Systems, Engineering - Design, Engineering - Electrical and Electronics, Engineering - Environmental, Engineering - Food Research, Engineering - Industrial, Engineering - Mechanical, Engineering - Nuclear, Engineering - Petroleum, Engineering - Physics, Engineering - Plant, Engineering - Plastics/Polymer, Engineering - Process, Engineering - Product, Engineering - Project, Engineering - Radio Frequency, Engineering - Structural, Entertainment, Entrepreneurial, Environmental Scientist, Environmental Services, Ethnic/Religious/Gender Issues, Event Planning, Farming, Fishing and Forestry, Federal Government, Film, Film - Actors, Film, Television, and Theater Arts, Film/ Television/ and Theater Arts, Finance, Financial Analysis/Research, Financial Consulting, Financial Planning, Financial/Insurance Sales, Fine Arts, Fire Investigations, Firefighter, Food & Beverage, Food Service, Food Service, Travel and Personal and Consumer Service, Foreign (Language/Translation/Interpreters), Foreign Service/Foreign Policy, Forestry, Foundations, Freight/Trains, Fundraising & Development, Geologist, GIS, Government and Policy, Government Contracting, Graphic Design, Graphic/Visual Arts/Multi Media, Health, Health Care, Health Fitness, Health Services, Health Services/Healthcare, Healthcare and Safety, Healthcare Consulting, Healthcare Management, Heavy Equipment, Horticulture, Hospital/Healthcare Administration, Hospitality, Hospitality Consulting, Hotel/Motel Management, Housekeeping, Human Resource Management, Human Resources and Labor Relations, Human/Civil Rights, Humanitarian Affairs, HVAC - Technician, Hydrologist/Hydrology, Immigration/Customs, Import/Export, Industrial Design, Information and Records Clerks, Information Technology Consulting, In-Home, Insurance Broker/Underwriter/Claims, Insurance Underwriting & Claims, Intelligence, International Business & Finance
    Post Date:07/19/2017
    Expiration Date:01/29/2018
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  • Employer Name:CASA GRANDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT #4
    Job Title:Middle School Lang. Arts Teacher
    Job ID:54384
    Wage/Salary:Base Salary - $40,300
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Casa Grande Elementary School District is looking for qualified applicants to teach Middle School Language Arts. The teacher will create a positive learning environment to facilitate the personal, social and intellectual development of students. In order to respond to the needs and abilities of students, the teacher must work closely with other staff, the administration and other programs of the district. The teacher is responsible to the building principal.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:10/05/2017
    Expiration Date:01/10/2018
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  • Employer Name:CASA GRANDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT #4
    Job Title:Elementary Teacher, Grades 1-5
    Job ID:54383
    Wage/Salary:Base Salary - $40,300
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The teacher will create a positive learning environment to facilitate the personal, social and intellectual development of students. In order to respond to the needs and abilities of the students, the teacher must work closely with other staff, the administration and other programs of the district. The teacher is responsible to the building principal.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:10/05/2017
    Expiration Date:01/10/2018
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  • Employer Name:CASA GRANDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT #4
    Job Title:Teacher, Special Education Extended Resource
    Job ID:54382
    Wage/Salary:Base Salary: $40,300 + Annual $3,000 stipend for hard-to-fill special education position.
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Casa Grande Elementary School District is seeking a qualified Special Education Teacher. This position is in an Extended Resource classroom. The special education teacher creates a positive learning environment to facilitate the personal, social and intellectual development of students. In order to respond to the individual needs and abilities of students, the special education teacher must work closely with other staff, the administration and other programs of the school district. The special education teacher is responsible to the building principal.
    Job Category:Education, Special Education
    Post Date:10/05/2017
    Expiration Date:01/10/2018
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  • Employer Name:CASA GRANDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT #4
    Job Title:Teacher, Special Education Resource
    Job ID:54380
    Wage/Salary:Base Salary - $40,300
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The special education teacher creates a positive learning environment to facilitate the personal, social and intellectual development of students. In order to respond to the individual needs and abilities of students, the special education teacher must work closely with other staff, the administration and other programs of the school district. The special education teacher is responsible to the building principal.
    Job Category:Education, Special Education
    Post Date:10/05/2017
    Expiration Date:01/10/2018
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  • Employer Name:CASA GRANDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT #4
    Job Title:Teacher, Special Education - MSI - Severe and Profound
    Job ID:54378
    Wage/Salary:See Below
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Casa Grande Elementary School District is seeking a qualified special education teacher to work with students with multiple sensory impairments. The special education teacher creates a positive learning environment to facilitate the personal, social and intellectual development of students. In order to respond to the individual needs and abilities of students, the special education teacher must work closely with other staff, the administration and other programs of the school district. The special education teacher is responsible to the building principal. Base salary: $40,300 + Annual $3,000 stipend for hard-to-fill special education position. Additional $6,000 annual stipend for individuals with proper certification in special education/severe & profound.
    Job Category:Education, Special Education
    Post Date:10/05/2017
    Expiration Date:01/10/2018
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  • Employer Name:Air Force Life Cycle Management Center
    Job Title:Logistics Management Specialists
    Job ID:54353
    Wage/Salary:Varies
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Logistics Management Specialists have one of the most exciting jobs in the Air Force today. They are responsible for ensuring that current and future weapon systems being acquired by the Air Force are as maintenance-free, reliable and available for the numerous Air Force men and women who protect this great country. Logistics Management Specialists ensure that all supportability resources are in place to support weapon systems that deliver the war fighters to and from their missions, and weapon systems that deliver the fire power when and where it is needed. They ensure that supportability and sustainability are considered during the design, development, test and production of the weapon system. Logisticians are also responsible to ensure the weapon systems can be sustained while in the active Air Force inventory, and disposed of in the most cost effective manner at the end of the system’s life cycle. Logisticians are important team members whose skills are required early in the weapon system’s life cycle to influence product design for supportability, and then during the weapon system’s operational life cycle to ensure "the right people and resources in the right place at the right time." The logistics manager must have organizational skills, communication skills, and "people" skills. As a logistician you are an important member of the program manager’s team that procures weapon systems, equipment and services that can cost as much as a billion dollars. You will get tremendous satisfaction knowing that you have influenced the total life cycle costs of new weapon systems by minimizing the overall life cycle operational costs.
    Job Category:Government and Policy, Logistics/Operations
    Post Date:07/05/2017
    Expiration Date:02/15/2018
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  • Employer Name:Air Force Life Cycle Management Center
    Job Title:Logistics Management Specialists
    Job ID:54352
    Wage/Salary:Varies
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Logistics Management Specialists have one of the most exciting jobs in the Air Force today. They are responsible for ensuring that current and future weapon systems being acquired by the Air Force are as maintenance-free, reliable and available for the numerous Air Force men and women who protect this great country. Logistics Management Specialists ensure that all supportability resources are in place to support weapon systems that deliver the war fighters to and from their missions, and weapon systems that deliver the fire power when and where it is needed. They ensure that supportability and sustainability are considered during the design, development, test and production of the weapon system. Logisticians are also responsible to ensure the weapon systems can be sustained while in the active Air Force inventory, and disposed of in the most cost effective manner at the end of the system’s life cycle. Logisticians are important team members whose skills are required early in the weapon system’s life cycle to influence product design for supportability, and then during the weapon system’s operational life cycle to ensure "the right people and resources in the right place at the right time." The logistics manager must have organizational skills, communication skills, and "people" skills. As a logistician you are an important member of the program manager’s team that procures weapon systems, equipment and services that can cost as much as a billion dollars. You will get tremendous satisfaction knowing that you have influenced the total life cycle costs of new weapon systems by minimizing the overall life cycle operational costs.
    Job Category:Government and Policy, Logistics/Operations
    Post Date:07/05/2017
    Expiration Date:02/15/2018
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  • Employer Name:Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage
    Job Title:Nutritional Health Coach
    Job ID:54242
    Wage/Salary:18.00
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Nutritional Health Coach (NHC) position for Natural Grocers is a dual position that emphasizes employee, customer, and community nutrition education and retail operational support. The NHC serves as a professional resource for employees and customers for information on nutrition and products while promoting a positive and preventative vision of healthcare. We are looking for individuals who are passionate about organic and sustainable living, empowering others to find health, and staying on the pulse of science-based nutrition information. Our Nutritional Health Coaches also receive up to 125 hour of paid continuing education each year. Responsibilities • Deliver World Class customer service • Present nutrition classes to customers in the store • Build community relationships and conduct community outreach • Conduct one-on-one Nutritional Health Coaching sessions with customers • Facilitate ongoing employee nutrition training • Answer customer questions about nutrition and store products • Support the vitamin department on the sales floor • Assist in other departments as assigned
    Job Category:Biology, Dietetics/Nutrition
    Post Date:06/15/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS
    Job Title:Math Teacher
    Job ID:54221
    Wage/Salary:Depends on Experiencei
    Employment Start Date:August 10, 2017
    Job Description:General Job Description: The Secondary teacher will provide guidance and instructional experiences that are academically and developmentally appropriate for each student assigned to that classroom. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Communicate accurately and effectively in the content area and maintain a professional rapport with students. Utilize a variety of teaching methods and resources for each area taught. Utilize student assessment techniques and procedures. Obtain feedback from and communicate with students in a manner that enhances student learning and understanding. Comprehends the principles of student growth, development and learning, and applies them appropriately. Manage the classroom t o ensure the best use of instructional time and promote positive student behavior in a safe and healthy environment. Recognizes student diversity and creates an atmosphere conducive to the promotion of student involvement and self-concept. Demonstrate a willingness to examine and implement change, as appropriate. Work productively with colleagues, parents, and community members. Follow board policies and administrative rules and regulations. Additional Duties and Responsibilities: Prepare for instruction and show written evidence of preparation. Communicate accurate and up-to-date information to students in a way that enhances student learning, and includes demonstrating effective writing skills, and use of standard English. Manage time appropriately. Cooperate with administration, parents, and co-workers. Create a positive atmosphere and arrange the physical environment of the classroom for optimum learning. Maintain accurate and complete records as required by the school district. Report progress or lack thereof to parents in a timely manner. Attend and participate in faculty and committee meetings. Complete duties (hall, bus, etc.) as assigned. Leave adequate preparations for a substitute. Take precautions to protect equipment, materials, and facilities. Develop and implement appropriate classroom management strategies while maintaining high expectations for student behavior. Encourage cooperation between students. Maintain student involvement in appropriate tasks. Demonstrate public relations skills. Use appropriate techniques, strategies, and materials to achieve the desired instructional goal. Use and apply appropriate conflict resolution skills. Adapt the curriculum to meet the needs of individual students. Use current technology for instruction and management purposes. Use diagnostic data to improve instructional programs. Be available to parents, students, administration and peers outside the school day, if needed. Attend extra curricular activities. Report suspected child abuse and neglect. Be responsible for students on filed trips. Act as a good role model within the context of the school. Supervise educational assistants, practicum students, student teachers and high school vocational lab students. Accept other responsibilities as deemed necessary by the principal.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:08/11/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Center For Discovery
    Job Title:Primary Therapist - Eating Disorder - Outpatient Program
    Job ID:54212
    Wage/Salary:Salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Overview   The Primary Therapist is a therapeutic guide journeying with the residents/clients on their road of recovery - from admission to discharge. The Primary Therapist provides clinical assessments and contributes insightful, practical and meaningful information to the development of treatment plans. Therapists orient new residents/clients to the treatment program and make introductions to other staff as well as other program participants. Each Primary Therapist carries a caseload and provides clinical treatment in the form of, but not limited to, individual, family and group counseling. As a member of the treatment team, the Primary Therapist meets weekly in collaborative fashion with the rest of the team to discuss their cases. Licensed clinicians (Psychologist, LMFT, LCSW, LPC, etc.) and registered interns who possess knowledge of dual diagnosis, eating disorders and/or chemical dependency. Clinicians must be licensed or registered in the state to which the program they are applying for.   Responsibilities   Completes the Biopsychosocial assessment within one day of admission (parent and/or resident components**)   Completes the Comprehensive Treatment Plan and Integrated Treatment Summary within three days of admission   Identify weekly treatment goals and write contracts relative to individual client needs   Write and facilitate the Discharge Summary   Individual psychotherapy sessions, 3 times weekly for each client   Conjoint family psychotherapy sessions at least once each week.   Facilitate professional groups as assigned.   Facilitate Multifamily and Alumni groups   Interface with insurance companies, providing appropriate clinical information to obtain initial certification and continuing stay certification as required.   Meets with each resident in individual session as clinically indicated, provide psychotherapeutic interventions, to thoroughly educate each resident to the CTP and its intent, target dates, and revisions.  Is appropriately accessible to family members.   Conjoint family therapy is scheduled at least once each week to address issues related to the resident’s family experience. The therapist ensures that each family member is fully educated to the CTP, its goals and methods and the resident’s discharge plan. It is key that the family know how to approach and implement all discharge recommendations.   Meets with residents within twenty-four hours of admission to establish therapeutic rapport.   Facilitates group therapy, workshops, and educational groups as directed by the program schedule.   Assesses suicidality and possibility for danger to self or others.   Charts each resident’s progress throughout the treatment experience.   Charts after each individual, group, and family session.   Educates each resident as needed.   Begins and ends groups timely.   Creates a written plan for continuing care (DC plan) and discharge summary.   The Primary Therapist attends all treatment planning meetings, all treatment review and goals setting groups, in-service training’s, and general staff meetings and clinical retreats.   The Primary Therapist "oversees" the daily treatment experience of each of his/her resident clients.   The Primary Therapist may provide additional clinical support for other members of the clinical team in their absence.   May be required to travel to other facilities to attend trainings. 
    Job Category:Health Care
    Post Date:09/02/2017
    Expiration Date:09/02/2018
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  • Employer Name:Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind
    Job Title:Transition Teacher - Employability Center
    Job ID:54169
    Wage/Salary:based on education & experience
    Employment Start Date:08/01/2017
    Job Description:The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind (CSDB), located in Colorado Springs at the foot of the beautiful Rocky Mountains, invites you to consider our employment opportunities. Interested persons are invited to visit CSDB's website at … http://csdb.org/, where the official job announcement for Transition Teacher / Employability Center may be found in its entirety, including major duties/responsibilities, under Non-Classified employment. This job announcement is open until the position is filled. Interviews will be conducted on-site at CSDB. BROAD SCOPE OF POSITION This position reports to the Supervisor of the Employability Center, and is responsible for providing standards-based instruction to high school and transition-aged students who are Deaf/hard-of-hearing, blind/visually-impaired, and who may have other disabilities. Utilizes Colorado State Standards and benchmarks in establishing transition instructional goals; and provides assessments that measure whether students meet standards, in a safe and civil school environment. Works with community employers to provide hands-on transition instruction within a variety of work sites. Terms of Employment: The annual salary shall be based upon the standard number of working days in the academic year (as per established School Calendar; currently 195 days, August to June), beginning with the 2017-2018 school year. The base salary shall be established pursuant to the Teacher Salary Schedule, and based upon appropriate education and experience. Excellent benefits.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/01/2017
    Expiration Date:12/21/2017
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  • Employer Name:Cooperative Educational Services (CES)
    Job Title:Educational Diagnostician
    Job ID:54111
    Wage/Salary:$51.75/hr
    Employment Start Date:Aug 2017
    Job Description:1. Provide educational diagnostic and evaluation services for the assigned school(s) and its student population, including interpretation of evaluation reports, goal setting, parent reporting, participation in IEP development, etc. 2. Complete Medicaid reporting of services on behalf of the served school(s). 3. Maintain current licensure as required We have Educational Diagnostician openings for the 2017-18 school year! I've reviewed your online resume. I hope to interest you in serving as a Diag with CES in New Mexico. CES has employed ancillary providers since 1979. We are owned by the public schools and universities in NM. We continuously recruit ancillary providers to join us as employees. We then place them with schools across the State. I currently have several positions open in southern NM. Of course, we receive requests from schools all throughout the school year. So we are always interested in applications so that when a job opens, we have a candidate pool for both part-time and full-time positions, in any of the K-12 school districts in NM, and over 100 charter schools, BIE schools, etc. Key points for CES Diags: • Salary exceeds $63K for full time school year! ($51.75 per hr) • Opportunities in NM Districts and Charters! • Paid Driving time, Mileage & Per Diem! CES is member-owned and provides a variety of services to NM public education institutions. Through the Ancillary Program, CES provides evaluation and therapy support for schools' special education and health services programs. You can learn more about us by visiting www.ces.org. We welcome both newbies and veterans, and we strive for collaborative support among our providers and the schools. We work to find the best matched placements for time and location. CES takes pride in facilitating placement so that you can focus on doing the work you love. Caseloads are negotiated with the member agencies once assigned. CES focuses compensation on salary. However, benefits (including NM Public Schools Insurance Authority’s medical, dental, vision, and life insurance) and private retirement plans are available to qualifying employees at their discretion. CES is not a NM Mandatory Retirement Plan employer. One of my goals is to build our ancillary program across southern NM. I continually converse with schools/districts as they have ancillary needs arise. I would like additional information from you, so that we can consider and interview you.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:05/24/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Cooperative Educational Services (CES)
    Job Title:School Psychologist
    Job ID:54110
    Wage/Salary:$66.65/hr
    Employment Start Date:Aug 2017
    Job Description:1. Provide school psychology therapy and evaluation services for the assigned school(s) and its student population, including interpretation of evaluation reports, goal setting, parent reporting, participation in IEP development, etc. 2. Complete Medicaid reporting of services on behalf of the served school(s). 3. Maintain current licensure as required We have School Psychologist openings for the 2017-18 school year! I've reviewed your online resume. I hope to interest you in serving as a School Psychologist with CES in New Mexico. CES has employed ancillary providers since 1979. We are owned by the public schools and universities in NM. We continuously recruit ancillary providers to join us as employees. We then place them with schools across the State. I currently have several positions open in southern NM. Of course, we receive requests from schools all throughout the school year. So we are always interested in applications so that when a job opens, we have a candidate pool for both part-time and full-time positions, in any of the K-12 school districts in NM, and over 100 charter schools, BIE schools, etc. Key points for CES School Psychs: • Salary exceeds $83K for full time school year! ($66.64 per hr) • Opportunities in NM Districts and Charters! • Paid Driving time, Mileage & Per Diem! CES is member-owned and provides a variety of services to NM public education institutions. Through the Ancillary Program, CES provides evaluation and therapy support for schools' special education and health services programs. You can learn more about us by visiting www.ces.org. We welcome both newbies and veterans, and we strive for collaborative support among our providers and the schools. We work to find the best matched placements for time and location. CES takes pride in facilitating placement so that you can focus on doing the work you love. Caseloads are negotiated with the member agencies once assigned. CES focuses compensation on salary. However, benefits (including NM Public Schools Insurance Authority’s medical, dental, vision, and life insurance) and private retirement plans are available to qualifying employees at their discretion. CES is not a NM Mandatory Retirement Plan employer. One of my goals is to build our ancillary program across southern NM. I continually converse with schools/districts as they have ancillary needs arise. I would like additional information from you, so that we can consider and interview you.
    Job Category:Therapy (physical, occupational, etc.)
    Post Date:05/24/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Cooperative Educational Services (CES)
    Job Title:Physical Therapist
    Job ID:54109
    Wage/Salary:$51.75/hr
    Employment Start Date:Aug 2017
    Job Description:1. Provide physical therapy and evaluation services for the assigned school(s) and its student population, including interpretation of evaluation reports, goal setting, parent reporting, participation in IEP development, etc. 2. Complete Medicaid reporting of services on behalf of the served school(s). 3. Maintain current licensure as required We have Physical Therapist openings for the 2017-18 school year! I've reviewed your online resume. I hope to interest you in serving as PT with CES in New Mexico. CES has employed ancillary providers since 1979. We are owned by the public schools and universities in NM. We continuously recruit ancillary providers to join us as employees. We then place them with schools across the State. I currently have several positions open in southern NM. Of course, we receive requests from schools all throughout the school year. So we are always interested in applications so that when a job opens, we have a candidate pool for both part-time and full-time positions, in any of the K-12 school districts in NM, and over 100 charter schools, BIE schools, etc. Key points for CES PT's: • Salary exceeds $63K for full time school year! ($51.75 per hr) • Opportunities in NM Districts and Charters! • Paid Driving time, Mileage & Per Diem! CES is member-owned and provides a variety of services to NM public education institutions. Through the Ancillary Program, CES provides evaluation and therapy support for schools' special education and health services programs. You can learn more about us by visiting www.ces.org. We welcome both newbies and veterans, and we strive for collaborative support among our providers and the schools. We work to find the best matched placements for time and location. CES takes pride in facilitating placement so that you can focus on doing the work you love. Caseloads are negotiated with the member agencies once assigned. CES focuses compensation on salary. However, benefits (including NM Public Schools Insurance Authority’s medical, dental, vision, and life insurance) and private retirement plans are available to qualifying employees at their discretion. CES is not a NM Mandatory Retirement Plan employer. One of my goals is to build our ancillary program across southern NM. I continually converse with schools/districts as they have ancillary needs arise. I would like additional information from you, so that we can consider and interview you.
    Job Category:Therapy (physical, occupational, etc.)
    Post Date:05/24/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Cooperative Educational Services (CES)
    Job Title:Speech/Language Pathologist (CF or CCC)
    Job ID:54108
    Wage/Salary:$51.75/hr
    Employment Start Date:Aug 2017
    Job Description:1. Provide speech and language therapy and evaluation services for the assigned school(s) and its student population, including interpretation of evaluation reports, goal setting, parent reporting, participation in IEP development, etc. 2. Complete Medicaid reporting of services on behalf of the served school(s). 3. Maintain current licensure as required We have SLP openings for the 2017-18 school year! I've reviewed your online resume. I hope to interest you in serving as an SLP with CES in New Mexico. CES has employed ancillary providers since 1979. We are owned by the public schools and universities in NM. We continuously recruit ancillary providers to join us as employees. We then place them with schools across the State. I currently have several positions open in southern NM. Of course, we receive requests from schools all throughout the school year. So we are always interested in applications so that when a job opens, we have a candidate pool for both part-time and full-time positions, in any of the K-12 school districts in NM, and over 100 charter schools, BIE schools, etc. Key points for CES SLP's: • Salary exceeds $63K for full time school year! ($51.75 per hr) • Opportunities in NM Districts and Charters! • Paid Driving time, Mileage & Per Diem! CES is member-owned and provides a variety of services to NM public education institutions. Through the Ancillary Program, CES provides evaluation and therapy support for schools' special education and health services programs. You can learn more about us by visiting www.ces.org. We welcome both newbies and veterans, and we strive for collaborative support among our providers and the schools. We work to find the best matched placements for time and location. CES takes pride in facilitating placement so that you can focus on doing the work you love. Caseloads are negotiated with the member agencies once assigned. CES focuses compensation on salary. However, benefits (including NM Public Schools Insurance Authority’s medical, dental, vision, and life insurance) and private retirement plans are available to qualifying employees at their discretion. CES is not a NM Mandatory Retirement Plan employer. One of my goals is to build our ancillary program across southern NM. I continually converse with schools/districts as they have ancillary needs arise. I would like additional information from you, so that we can consider and interview you.
    Job Category:Speech Therapist-Linguists
    Post Date:05/24/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Global Signature Services Agency
    Job Title:Teachers for China
    Job ID:54107
    Wage/Salary:2100 - 2800/ month
    Employment Start Date:08/01/2017
    Job Description:We are in need of English-speaking teachers to teach abroad primarily in China. Teachers will be teaching various subjects in English. We want you in China, so our assistance is free. You just have to make the step.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:05/24/2017
    Expiration Date:01/01/2018
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  • Employer Name:Sherwin-Williams Company
    Job Title:Management Training Program (MTP)
    Job ID:54097
    Wage/Salary:$42,000 annually
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:We seek highly motivated individuals with an interest in a management, marketing, and sales career. Our formal Management Training Program (MTP) prepares successful graduates for store management at locations throughout the nation. The Management Training Program combines classroom instruction with on-the-job training in sales, marketing, financial management, store operations, and human resources management. Our internal job posting system allows our employees to take an active role in defining their own career path. Over 96% of positions are filled via internal promotions, and the Management Training Program is an important talent pool for the company. The Sherwin-Williams turnover rate is less than 6%, where most companies turnover rate is between 40%-60%! DURATION Phase One: Approximately six weeks of structured coursework and hands-on training in a local store Phase Two: One week of classroom training in Dallas, Texas from Department Vice Presidents Phase Three: Approximately 12-20 months in the Assistant Manager role, before people take promotions and/or promotions and/or choose to relocate within Sherwin-Williams COMPENSATION & BENEFITS Competitive base salary + quarterly and annual incentives based on performance which are not capped. Health, dental and vision care, life insurance, disability insurance, 401k/stock purchase plan, pension plan, tuition reimbursement, employee assistance program, and numerous discount programs. The Sherwin-Williams Company is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, sexual orientation or any other consideration made unlawful by Federal, State, or Local Laws. VEVRAA Federal Contractor
    Job Category:Retail Management/Merchandising/Buying, Retail Sales, Sales and Marketing
    Post Date:05/24/2017
    Expiration Date:12/23/2017
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  • Employer Name:Labatt Food Service
    Job Title:Entry Level Sales- Hobbs, NM
    Job ID:54063
    Wage/Salary:Competetive
    Employment Start Date:ASAP
    Job Description:Labatt Food Service is currently looking for an Entry Level Sales Mentee for their Hobbs, NM territory. As a Sales Mentee, the employee will go through an 18-month sales training program which allows the sales mentee to work directly with one of Labatt’s seasoned sales reps to learn the Labatt way of making a sale. The sales rep will teach the mentee everything they need to know to be a sales rep with Labatt. After the 18-month program, the mentee will be moved into a Sales Representative position and take over their own territory. The mentee position is paid salary for the 18 months and after moving into the sales rep position will move to a base plus commission pay plan. The successful candidate for this position would be a recent college graduate that is very ambitious and outgoing. Excellent communication skills are required. Food service experience, such as working in a restaurant or catering, is highly preferred. Bachelor's degree in RHIM, Nutrition, Marketing, Professional Selling, Communication Studies, or General business a plus.
    Job Category:Sales
    Post Date:10/31/2017
    Expiration Date:12/29/2017
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  • Employer Name:Cali English(Shenzhen, China)
    Job Title:English Teacher in China Metropolis City(Shenzhen)
    Job ID:54059
    Wage/Salary:1400-2000USD/M after taxes
    Employment Start Date:08/25/2017
    Job Description:Job responsibility: Teach English in the public school class according prepared plan Control English class progress and quality Prepare class plan before class Oral and reading tutoring during the class Teacher can prepare teaching material based on existing curriculum or develop some of teacher’s own material Job Details: Job Vacancies: 30 Location: Primary school and Middle school of China (Shenzhen, Guangzhou, etc) Teaching Hours per week: Up to 16 Working Days per week: 5 Days per week Students ‘Age: Primary school: 7-12, Middle school:13-15 Class Size: 50 Duration of each class: 40 Minutes/Class Terms of Employment: Contract Length: One Year or longer if teacher want Salary: 1400-2000 USD/M (after taxes) Airfare Allowance: 700-1500USD per year Travel Allowance: We provide one week travelling and monthly outdoor activity Social insurance and accidental insurance:Covered by employer Accommodation:Covered by employer Holidays: Winter /summer holiday and national holiday+ Christmas Day (around 3 months/year paid holiday) Paid Holidays: Yes Visa: Z visa (work permit)
    Job Category:Education, Education, Training and Library
    Post Date:05/18/2017
    Expiration Date:12/30/2017
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  • Employer Name:Entercom Communications Corp
    Job Title:Promotions Coordinator
    Job ID:53993
    Wage/Salary:35000
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Are you high energy and love to multi task? Entercom Denver is looking for a well-organized, forward thinking, go-getter for a Promotions Coordinator position. This key role in the Promotions Department will be responsible in supporting Promotions Directors and Operations Managers. Assignments will come from management and coordinator will need to determine resources needed to complete projects. The position will coordinate with multiple departments and will need to communicate changes, updates and progress in order to help complete projects on time. The role is also responsible for collaborating and planning events and promotions to strengthen Entercom Denver brands, enhance fan loyalty and support marketing and promotions activities. The Promotions Coordinator also assists with various projects from Integrated Sales and Marketing, Client Services, Digital Department and Sales. All assigned tasks will require prior approval from the Promotions Directors. Additional Responsibilities include but not limited to: Assisting Promotions Directors in planning, developing and executing station events. Coordinate and execute all on-site logistics for events, appearances and live broadcasts Create and communicate event schedules, duties, etc. to on-air talent, clients, promo crews, sales reps, and staff Organizes on air giveaways Gathering and assembling all materials needed for campaign and event recaps With guidance from Digital Director maintain the station website. Managing part time staff and the hiring and management of interns. Serve as an ambassador for the radio stations within the community at various station and client events Maintain fleet of station vehicles Assist Promotions Directors in various station promotions
    Job Category:Marketing - General
    Post Date:05/09/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Gartner
    Job Title:Account Manager - SMB
    Job ID:53942
    Wage/Salary:Competitive salary
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Location Fort Myers, FL Role Description • Account Managers oversee a set of named accounts and have the opportunity to prospect for new business within a specific geography or vertical market. Success in the role relies on the ability to develop strategic relationships with key decision makers. • Responsibilities include: • Act as a trusted advisor to C-level executives and their teams • Deliver customized solutions to clients that draw from Gartner’s full portfolio of products and services to meet clients’ unique needs • Maximize revenue through retention, upselling and building a pipeline of new business Requirements • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Demonstrated ability to exceed expectations and solve problems • Ability to work independently, entrepreneurially and collaboratively • Leadership experience preferred • Interest or experience in the technology industry preferred • Bachelor degree Compensation and Benefits • Unlimited earning potential (competitive base salary, plus uncapped commissions) • Bonus opportunities and other performance-based rewards, including luxury, all-expense-paid trips to exotic locations such as Sydney, Rome and Hawaii • An intensive, eight-week training program designed to accelerate success and learning at Gartner • Twenty days paid time off, plus eight company holidays and one floating holiday • Tuition reimbursement program providing up to $5,250 per calendar year • Relocation assistance (subject to approval) Additional Details • Gartner is an Affirmative Action-Equal Opportunity Employer. • Gartner is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer committed to the value of workforce diversity. Gartner does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veterans status, or any other basis covered by applicable law. All matters relating to employment with the Company are based on, and operate according to, the principle of merit. • If you would like to be considered for employment opportunities with Gartner and need special assistance due to a disability or accommodation for a disability, please send us and email at Applicant.Assistance@gartner.com.
    Job Category:Sales
    Post Date:09/19/2017
    Expiration Date:12/30/2017
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  • Employer Name:Waterfleet
    Job Title:Leadership Development
    Job ID:53902
    Wage/Salary:Starts at $45,000
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description: Do you enjoy working outdoors, working with machinery, and using problem solving skills? Are you looking to start a career and grow with a rapidly expanding company? We are currently looking for candidates for our Leadership Development Program in the Midland/Odessa or San Antonio area. The ideal candidate will exhibit the following core competencies: • Driven • Humility • Accountability • Communication • Integrity This position is perfect for a recent grad! You will develop strong leadership skills through a combination of structured training and experiential learning. As you progress through the 12-month training, you will have the opportunity to be promoted to Assistant Crew Lead, Crew Lead, Monitoring or Compliance positions. This position has a starting salary of $45,000 with the opportunity to earn $75,000 or more upon graduation from the program.
    Job Category:Management
    Post Date:04/28/2017
    Expiration Date:12/29/2017
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  • Employer Name:First American Bank
    Job Title:Credit Analyst
    Job ID:53810
    Wage/Salary:15.00
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Spread and analyze historical and pro forma financial data, as assigned, in order to determine a commercial borrower’s financial health and their ability to repay current and future debt. This position should be considered as a precursor toward obtaining a future lending position with the Bank. Gather and analyze all appropriate information necessary to assist in generation of credit presentations and determining credit decisions and compliance with bank policy.
    Job Category:Accounting, Banking/Fin. Services Corporate Finance, Finance
    Post Date:04/24/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Northeast New Mexico Detention Facility
    Job Title:Special Education Instructor
    Job ID:53595
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Summary Maintains a classroom environment that facilitates the teaching of Adult Basic Education, English Language Development, and Special Education and basic subjects required to pass the GED or equivalent examination. Teaches one or more subjects including, but not limited to reading, mathematics, and language arts. Primary Duties and Responsibilities Provides classroom instruction in the areas of basic education subjects including career planning, social adjustment, and general life skills information. May instruct conversational English, and ideas and customs in English to students with limited English proficiency. Maintains records including testing, daily inmate/detainee work, attendance and general record keeping. Evaluates and maintains inmate/detainee academic progress. Provides individual tutoring. Performs other duties as assigned.
    Job Category:Adult Education
    Post Date:08/04/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Labatt Food Service
    Job Title:Entry Level Sales- Albuquerque
    Job ID:53586
    Wage/Salary:Competetive
    Employment Start Date:ASAP
    Job Description:Labatt Food Service is currently looking for an Entry Level Sales Mentee for their Albuquerque office. As a Sales Mentee, the employee will go through an 18-month sales training program which allows the sales mentee to work directly with one of Labatt’s seasoned sales reps to learn the Labatt way of making a sale. The sales rep will teach the mentee everything they need to know to be a sales rep with Labatt. After the 18-month program, the mentee will be moved into a Sales Representative position and take over their own territory. The mentee position is paid salary for the 18 months and after moving into the sales rep position will move to a base plus commission pay plan.
    Job Category:Sales
    Post Date:10/31/2017
    Expiration Date:12/29/2017
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  • Employer Name:Labatt Food Service
    Job Title:Entry Level Sales- El Paso
    Job ID:53585
    Wage/Salary:Competetive
    Employment Start Date:ASAP
    Job Description:Labatt Food Service is currently looking for an Entry Level Sales Mentee for their El Paso office. As a Sales Mentee, the employee will go through an 18-month sales training program which allows the sales mentee to work directly with one of Labatt’s seasoned sales reps to learn the Labatt way of making a sale. The sales rep will teach the mentee everything they need to know to be a sales rep with Labatt. After the 18-month program, the mentee will be moved into a Sales Representative position and take over their own territory. The mentee position is paid salary for the 18 months and after moving into the sales rep position will move to a base plus commission pay plan. The successful candidate for this position would be a recent college graduate that is very ambitious and outgoing. Excellent communication skills are required. Food service experience, such as working in a restaurant or catering, is highly preferred. Bachelor's degree in RHIM, Nutrition, Marketing, Professional Selling, Communication Studies, or General business a plus.
    Job Category:Sales
    Post Date:10/31/2017
    Expiration Date:12/29/2017
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  • Employer Name:Entercom Communications Corp
    Job Title:Project Coordinator
    Job ID:53573
    Wage/Salary:35000
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Are you high energy and love to multi task? Are you seeking a career in Events, or Sales? Entercom Denver is looking for a well-organized, go-getter for a Project Coordinator position to support their Sales and Events departments. This is a great opportunity to join an industry-leading, fast growing company and get exposure to two key departments that are critical to Entercom Denver’s success. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for aiding in planning and execution of client and station programs and events. Assignments will come from management and coordinator will need to determine resources needed to complete projects. The position will coordinate with multiple departments, including marketing, legal, and sales. The coordinator will need to communicate changes, updates, and progress in order to help complete projects on time. The Project Coordinator will also provide support to the sales team by preparing proposals and PowerPoint presentations, ensuring the media kits are updated, handling the requirements of co-op advertising, and providing overall client and support service. Additional responsibilities include: Ensuring timelines and resources are properly tracked for all projects Deliver regular updates to keep departments and management informed of project status Gathering and assembling all materials needed for campaign and event recaps Tracking and updating various sales department reports Coordinate client copy and act as a liaison between traffic and sales on project Planning and execution of client entertainment events General assistance at station events Send correspondence to clients based on AE needs Presentation preparation, creation of sales materials, and assistance in developing research and management reports Conduct station tours as requested General administrative and office support including ordering office supplies and keeping the kitchens stocked and clean
    Job Category:Marketing - General
    Post Date:03/28/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Equity Methods
    Job Title:Associate – Valuation Services Group
    Job ID:53493
    Wage/Salary:Dependent on Experience
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Associate ��� Valuation The Valuation Services Group (VSG) within Equity Methods assists companies with the design and valuation of equity compensation awards, as well as the fair value measurement of other "Complex Securities." The Equity Methods VSG has assisted companies in properly valuing equity awards since 2002, has produced research used by the FASB and SEC and quoted in technical literature, and is constantly innovating to render services in new areas. As a new associate at Equity Methods you will be provided with extensive and thorough training that provide you with the foundational skills to be a successful team member. As a key member of this practice area, you will have an immediate opportunity to begin applying your analytical skills and academic background to project based assignments that culminate in joining on-going client teams. As a member in this practice area, you will quickly be exposed to different types of valuation consulting engagements, ranging from Black-Scholes assumption derivation work to custom Monte Carlo simulation model design. Clients rely on the VSG to develop compliant valuations and defend these analyses to managers and partners at their Big 4 audit firm. If you enjoy problem-solving, working with data, applying finance theory, and have a collaborative client-focused mindset, then we would like to meet you and give you the opportunity to learn more about our practice. While not all our professionals came to us with a background in equity compensation, consulting, or the valuation of other financial instruments, all share our cultural values: solving complex problems thoughtfully and working with project stakeholders to create value for clients. We will also consider you for different positions if we think there may be a better fit. About the Equity Methods Consulting Practice Equity Methods serves a diverse clientele primarily consisting of Fortune 1000 companies, including 29 of the Fortune 100. The company is strategically partnered with some of the largest financial institutions, works closely with Big 4 public accounting firms, and has provided key guidance to the FASB and SEC as they formulated policy regarding equity compensation accounting. In addition to its VSG, other practice areas within Equity Methods are responsible for a diverse array of services, including performing financial reporting for equity compensation programs and providing strategic guidance to human resources executives concerning the design of compensation programs and the proxy process. Equity Methods professionals have significant interaction with senior managers at large publicly traded companies. With approximately 50 professionals and hundreds of clients, Equity Methods seeks to combine the best of a large professional services firm with the best of a smaller, more entrepreneurial company. The culture encourages innovation, collaboration, drive, and creativity in continually enhancing the way clients are served and solutions are originated. Roles for the Associate in the Valuation Services Group 1) Support and lead in valuation consulting engagements, which requires competencies in financial modeling, critical data analysis, and quantitative finance. Specifically, this involves mastering the firm’s option-pricing techniques, and then leveraging this experience to lead client engagements aimed at recommending valuation methodologies for their equity compensation awards. 2) Lead in advanced valuations of complex derivative securities. These projects entail the development of a custom Monte Carlo simulation model for each derivative security requiring valuation. Our practice is industry-leading through our focus on rigorous econometric modeling and programming to develop accurate and auditable valuations that can be consistently and successfully defended in external audit. 3) Design, implement, and document the underlying data handling processes of valuation consulting engagements, ensuring recommended valuation methodologies fit the company’s unique characteristics and adhere to the accounting standards. 4) Participate in client delivery meetings and external audit review sessions, ensuring that clients and their external auditors effectively understand the processes developed and their alignment with the accounting standards. 5) Support in various practice initiatives related to risk management, cross-selling, and research. Specific equity compensation experience is not required. Successful candidates will be expected to acquire skills in designing processes, developing and/or reviewing working papers, and interacting with clients. Consulting associates will be supported by leaders of the practice in an effort to train and develop the consultant to assume broader engagement management responsibilities very early in their careers. To learn more about Equity Methods, please visit us at: www.equitymethods.com.
    Job Category:Accounting, Consulting, Finance, Financial Consulting
    Post Date:10/16/2017
    Expiration Date:12/22/2017
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  • Employer Name:Equity Methods
    Job Title:Associate, Financial Reporting Group
    Job ID:53492
    Wage/Salary:Dependent on Experience
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Financial Reporting Associate Open positions: January 2017, June 2017, and Winter 2017 We are looking for an energetic professional who enjoys problem solving, aspires to create genuine impact to clients, and appreciates working through technical finance and accounting issues. With over 50 professionals and experience serving hundreds of publicly traded clients (including 29 Fortune 100 companies), Equity Methods seeks to combine the best of a large professional services firm with the best of an entrepreneurial, technology-enabled company. We work hard in the quest to have high impact and deliver exemplary client service that supports our client retention and overall growth story. We have consistently been rated a Careerbuilder® Top Company to Work for in Arizona. About the Successful Candidate: You built a reputation in school as someone who loves problem-solving and learning. You learn quickly, and you enjoy the challenge of doing so. You think about your career and hope to find a home where you can make a genuine impact and see a link between your effort and the firm’s performance. Classmates view you as someone who moves quickly and follows through on your commitments. You enjoyed your finance and accounting course work. While perhaps you were not exposed to programming languages, the idea of taking a manual, multi-step process and automating it sounds interesting to you. Learning how to interact with clients and communicate complex technical issues clearly is something you think you would enjoy. In short, you’re analytical, low on politics, and high on impact. The Financial Reporting Group at EM: Our award-winning Financial Reporting team specializes in developing controlled processes to manage the external and internal reporting for publicly traded companies’ share-based payment programs. • External reporting needs span compensation expense, diluted EPS, and deferred tax (ASC 718, 260, and 740, respectively). We also assist clients with ASC 805, 820, 470, and 480 matters. • Internal reporting needs span forecasting and budgeting, international tax management, and related varieties of management accounting. • You can read more about our Financial Reporting Service offerings here: http://www.equitymethods.com/reporting/ The Associate Role: As a new associate at Equity Methods, you will have an immediate opportunity to begin applying the skills you acquire in training to client work. You will then gain exposure to client processes, engagement structures, project deliverables, and how we engineer well-controlled algorithms to reduce risk and drive automation. As your career progresses, you will begin interacting with clients, mastering the theory behind our reporting areas, leading reengineering efforts, supporting new client implementations, and more. More specific roles and responsibilities include: 1) Completing our new-hire training program. The training covers our internal algorithms, programming tools, and client report categories. 2) Supporting ongoing financial reporting engagements, by learning the inner workings of client processes, what purposes they serve, and how they address client needs. 3) Executing client processes, thereby demonstrating excellent attention to detail, drafting client emails, and collaborating with more experienced team members to ensure client expectations are met. 4) Designing, implementing, and documenting the underlying data handling processes, ensuring that solutions are consistent with the terms of the client’s compensation plans and adhere to accounting standards. 5) Participating in client delivery meetings and external audit review sessions, ensuring that clients understand the work product delivered and can utilize the reports in their financial reporting, and their external auditors grasp all essential features of the solution. 6) Support in various practice initiatives related to risk management, process reengineering, and technical research. 7) Implementing and enhancing control measures within the practice to ensure risk is being properly managed in client engagements. Developing specific control tests, performing end-to-end analyses of processes to understand where there is risk, and assisting in compilation of high-quality work papers for future reference and re-performance. Consulting associates will be supported by leaders of the practice in an effort to train and develop skills related to engagement management early in their careers.
    Job Category:Accounting, Consulting, Finance, Financial Consulting
    Post Date:10/16/2017
    Expiration Date:12/22/2017
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  • Employer Name:Equity Methods
    Job Title:Consultant, Financial Reporting Group
    Job ID:53491
    Wage/Salary:Dependent on Experience
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:We are looking for an energetic professional with a strong finance and accounting background to join us in transforming stock-based compensation reporting and fair value services. With over 50 professionals and experience serving hundreds of publicly traded clients (including 29 Fortune 100 companies), Equity Methods seeks to combine the best of a large professional services firm with the best of an entrepreneurial, technology-enabled company. We work hard in the quest to have high impact and deliver exemplary client service that supports our client retention and overall growth story. We have consistently been rated a Careerbuilder® Top Company to Work for in Arizona. About the Successful Candidate If people describe you as… • Efficient, decisive, and ready to lend a hand; • Eager to solve complex problems; • Interested in finding better ways of structuring a process; • Focused on creating impact and willing to bend-stretch to deliver an A+ outcome; • Comfortable with ambiguity and high in problem-solving resourcefulness; and • Intellectually curious… Then we might be a good fit for you. The Financial Reporting Services Group at EM Our award-winning Financial Reporting team specializes in developing controlled processes to manage the external and internal reporting for publicly traded companies’ share-based payment programs. • External reporting needs span compensation expense, diluted EPS, and deferred tax (ASC 718, 260, and 740, respectively). We also assist clients with ASC 805, 820, 470, and 480 matters. • Internal reporting needs span forecasting and budgeting, international tax management, and related varieties of management accounting. • You can read more about our Financial Reporting Service offerings here: http://www.equitymethods.com/reporting/ If you don’t have specific technical experience in the above areas, but you otherwise think you’re a good fit, please apply. We have years of experience getting new hires up to speed. (See the Launch Period section below.) The Consultant Role The Consultant role serves as the primary day-to-day contact to clients. You’re knee-deep in getting the work done alongside associates and senior consultants, and ultimately are the core point-person to a client. Supporting new implementations, tackling ad hoc client questions, reengineering processes, and reviewing deliverables are part of your job. As an experienced hire, you will start in a "launch period" to catch you up on the experience you need to have in order to play the role of Consultant successfully. Then, as a Senior Consultant, you will: • Manage day-to-day client interactions in a way that demonstrates accountability, upholds quality standards, and ultimately improves the stickiness of clients through ongoing improvement of the client experience. • Design, implement, document, and troubleshoot processes in order to proactively manage risk and inject thoughtful control measures to ensure adherence with accounting regulations, plan specifications, and client’s needs. • Manage project scope and maintain a proactive client service cadence through constant familiarity with process strengths and weaknesses, project deadlines, and client expectations. • Review deliverables and own successful client service outcomes. Complete reviews in a timely manner, offering high attention-to-detail feedback, insight on packaging and framing to clients, and astute identification of process improvement opportunities. • Support client implementations by understanding client financial reporting and tax needs, data structures, award granting patterns, and customization expectations; support process engineering, implementation timeline management, deliverable walk-throughs and more ato arrive at a high-impact, low-friction outcome. • Re-engineer process improvements to eliminate superfluous steps while reducing risk. • Participate in practice- and firm-level initiatives involving client service, thought leadership, business development, channel relationships, and risk management. • Promote a low-drama, collegial environment in which results are the ultimate benchmark of success. Launch Period You’ll need a launch period to learn our processes and get productive. During the launch period, you’ll be responsible for: • Enhancing your subject-matter expertise in stock-based compensation and related accounting literature. Through independent study and formal training, gain mastery over accounting rules, regulations, and industry practices that are relevant for stock-based compensation reporting (e.g., ASC 718, 260, 740, 805, 470, and 480; IFRS 2, etc). • Developing programming skills. You’ll complete assigned exercises and engage in self-directed practice to develop the skills necessary to understand and build processes in our technology environment. Life on the Financial Reporting Team Like any other company, ours isn’t the right fit for everyone. • We solve novel problems on tight deadlines. Thus, a proactive, ownership-based work style is expected for all members of the engagement team, regardless of seniority level. • We create positive impact by delivering results for clients as a team, which requires a graceful, forthright communication approach and tight, ongoing internal collaboration horizontally and vertically. • Small teams = big responsibility. Good judgment is required. The upside is you have excellent autonomy. • All employees work from our headquarters in beautiful Scottsdale, Arizona. Scottsdale is part of the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area and boasts a high quality of life—despite the HOT summers. • Travel is generally light (<20% in most cases). Since clients are located all over the country and our users are around the globe, we use phone, email, and WebEx heavily. • We move fast as part of our focus on having high impact. This is not a slow-paced 40-hour-per-week position. More about Equity Methods Equity Methods provides valuation, financial reporting, and human resources advisory services related to equity compensation and other complex securities. At Equity Methods, we believe in the power of equity-based compensation to advance a company’s strategy. We tailor reports and the processes that produce them to your specific award types, compliance objectives, reporting requirements, and systems. Since 1998, we have assisted 29 Fortune 100 companies and over 400 clients with their most pressing equity compensation valuation and reporting challenges. From pre-grant Monte Carlo modeling for relative TSR awards to fully outsourced financial reporting, we’re dedicated to bringing insight, control, and expanded capability to financial reporting and human resources teams. We’ve served a diverse array of companies, including hundreds of publicly traded firms (including 29 Fortune 100 companies) and an eclectic mix of private firms. We have three core practice groups: Financial Reporting, Valuation, and HR Advisory. The Financial Reporting Practice primarily serves large, publicly traded companies in the external and internal reporting for their stock-based compensation. The Financial Reporting Group has been rated #1 in client satisfaction and loyalty by the 2015 Group Five Stock Plan Administration Benchmarking Study.
    Job Category:Accounting, Consulting, Finance, Financial Consulting
    Post Date:10/16/2017
    Expiration Date:12/22/2017
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  • Employer Name:Hill AFB-SMXG
    Job Title:Electrical Engineer
    Job ID:53378
    Wage/Salary:Depends on Qualifications
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Our Team Hill Software Group is looking for electrical engineers, electronic engineers, and computer engineers to develop world class software and hardware engineering solutions. In an ever-changing world, the things we do make a difference immediately to our nation’s defense, and you can be a part of it. We are advancing our military’s mission to keep our friends, our families, and our country safe. That’s an exciting reason to come to work every day. Workloads include avionics, flight simulators, radar systems, and flight line test equipment for the A-10, F-16, F-22 and F-35. Also includes monitoring the sun for solar flares, theater battle management systems, mission planning systems, PC based software development, object oriented programming, embedded programming, networking, and web based data warehousing. Understanding electronic hardware as it pertains to avionics, computer simulation, and automatic test equipment, working with electronic assemblies, investigating systems with deficiencies and creating resolutions, digging deeply for answers to problems. We also perform database development, web development and integration, system administration, software system design, project management, process engineering, and agile technologies. Must have the ability to work independently, in a group, and interface with customers.
    Job Category:Engineering - Electrical and Electronics
    Post Date:12/11/2017
    Expiration Date:01/09/2018
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  • Employer Name:Hill AFB-SMXG
    Job Title:Computer Scientist
    Job ID:53377
    Wage/Salary:Depends on Qualifications
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Our Team Hill Software Group is looking for computer scientists to develop world class software and hardware engineering solutions for our nation’s cutting-edge weapon systems. In an ever-changing world, the things we do make a difference to our nation’s defense, and you can be a part of it. We are advancing our military’s mission to keep our friends, our families, and our country safe. That’s worth doing, and the reason we love coming to work. Workloads include avionics, flight simulators, radar systems, and creating hardware/software upgrade solutions for the A-10, F-16, F-22 and F-35. Also includes monitoring the sun for solar flares, theater battle management systems, mission planning systems, PC based software development, object oriented programming, embedded programming, networking, and web based data warehousing. Job skills may include: Database development, web development and integration, system administration, software system design, project management, process engineering, and agile technologies. Understanding electronic hardware as it pertains to avionics, computer simulation, and automatic test equipment, working with electronic assemblies, investigating systems with deficiencies and creating resolutions, digging deeply for answers to problems. Must have the ability to work independently, in a group, and interface with customers.
    Job Category:Programming
    Post Date:12/11/2017
    Expiration Date:01/09/2018
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  • Employer Name:Entercom Communications Corp
    Job Title:Account Executive- Comedy
    Job ID:53278
    Wage/Salary:10
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Do you know local comedians? Are you into the underground comedy scene or just love going to comedy shows? Comedy 103-1 is one of the Hottest Radio Stations in Denver With 4.6 million Facebook likes and growing! If you love the Comedy Lifestyle and are ready to be part of this awesome team. We are currently accepting resumes from positive, motivated and energetic self-starters for a full-time sales position! We offer a generous commission plan, the ability to grow professionally and a comprehensive benefits package. Entercom Denver is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Job Category:Sales
    Post Date:02/23/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Entercom Communications Corp
    Job Title:Inside Sponsorship Sales Representative
    Job ID:53270
    Wage/Salary:10
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Are you fearless about picking up the phone? Do you thrive on a high energy exciting, fast pace environment? Do you want to have fun at your job and get rewarded it? Entercom- Denver has the perfect opportunity for the right person to start on the ground floor of a new and exciting position in sales. We are looking for an Inside Sales person to make a difference in our event, radio stations and sponsorship department. This is a full time position with long term growth potential to move up into a station Account Executive. Primary Duties include: Cold calling leads and setting appointments Logging of calls into a CRM and follow up on appointments made Promoting and selling of new events, products and features over the phone Answering objections Assist with presentation materials and other duties Entercom Denver is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Job Category:Sales
    Post Date:02/23/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Entercom Communications Corp
    Job Title:Future On-Air Personality
    Job ID:53268
    Wage/Salary:10
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Entercom Denver is looking for future air personalities both full time and part time. Entercom Communications is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
    Job Category:Arts, Design, Entertainment, and Media
    Post Date:02/23/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Entercom Communications Corp
    Job Title:Account Executive- Denver
    Job ID:53253
    Wage/Salary:10
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Entercom Communications Corp. (NYSE: ETM), is the fourth-largest radio broadcasting company in the United States, with a portfolio that, including the announced acquisition of Lincoln Financial Media, boasts over 125 highly rated radio stations in 26 top markets across the country. Known for developing unique and highly successful locally programmed stations, Entercom’s brands reach and engage close to 40 million people each week, delivering a curated mix of outstanding local personalities and a broad range of compelling music, news, talk and sports content. Founded in 1968, Philadelphia-based Entercom also operates hundreds of events each year, attracting millions of attendees, and provides customers with a broad range of digital marketing solutions through its Smart Reach Digital products. Are you passionate about selling marketing and advertising solutions? Does the idea of being part of iconic radio brands like ALICE, THE MOUNTAIN, KS107.5, COMEDY, & CRUZIN’ 1430 excite you? Do enjoy the thrill of closing the sale? Do you want the autonomy to grow your own book of business? If so, Entercom Denver wants to talk to you! Major Responsibilities of This Position: Continual prospecting and developing new clients through a relentless drive to generate new business Face to face meetings with prospective clients Involvement in the local business community, developing relationships with business owners and key decision makers to ensure success and repeat business Creating marketing campaigns for clients utilizing all of our marketing assets, that are focused on their marketing needs and growing their business Closing business and executing the client campaign as agreed upon Achieve monthly and annual sales objectives including sales revenue goals Maintain regular customer contact through efficient time management skills Attend sales meetings, station events, and training programs as required Why should you join our sales team at Entercom Denver and what can we offer you? You'll be able to customize effective multi-platform advertising solutions for your clients including top ranked local radio stations, digital, onsite and experiential assets We give our sales people the resources they need to be successful and earn a great income You have the opportunity to bring innovative marketing ideas to life that make a difference for your clients and their business Our company, Entercom Communications, believes in being digital pioneers, and is continually embracing new technologies and ideas You will be surrounded by other creative, collaborative, high energy people Entercom Denver is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Job Category:Sales
    Post Date:02/22/2017
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Charles Schwab Independent Branch Las Cruces
    Job Title:Financial Consultant
    Job ID:52913
    Wage/Salary:TBD
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:ROLE DESCRIPTION: •Independent Branch Financial Consultants work in a Schwab Independent Branch to grow their practice through client referrals, marketing events, and proactive calling to prospects •Deepen relationships with existing Schwab clients and build new relationships by providing investment guidance and advice to clients primarily through face-to-face meetings •Independent Branch Financial Consultants are self-motivated, independent thinkers and are committed to building long-term client relationships •Upon hire, Independent Branch Financial Consultants may be assigned an existing population of Schwab clients to service. The actual number of clients a Financial Consultant may be assigned varies based upon geography and the Financial Consultant’s experience
    Job Category:Brokerage, Finance, Financial Consulting, Financial Planning
    Post Date:01/26/2017
    Expiration Date:02/25/2018
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  • Employer Name:Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind
    Job Title:Teacher for the Visually Impaired TVI
    Job ID:52891
    Wage/Salary:55-65K
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:We are seeking a Teacher for the Visually Impaired (TVI) to work with children of all ages. The TVI will provide early intervention services in a home setting and work with children in a school setting. The TVI will conduct visual assessments of children with visual impairment and/or multiple disabilities, evaluate visual functional levels, and provide instruction for students. Develop, select and modify instructional plans and materials to meet the needs of students utilizing Braille, large print and technological devices. Identify children needing low vision examinations and coordinate scheduling with low vision services and follow-up services. Attend training meetings and complete therapy notes for each client into database. Provide parents with written weekly updates regarding services completed and recommendations on techniques to continue therapy at home.
    Job Category:Education, Education - Early Childhood, Social Services/Welfare, Special Education, Teaching - Special Education
    Post Date:07/07/2017
    Expiration Date:12/29/2017
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  • Employer Name:Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind
    Job Title:Orientation & Mobility Specialist, O&M
    Job ID:52890
    Wage/Salary:55-65K
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) is seeking an Orientation & Mobility Specialist to provide individualized training to our clients who are blind or visually impaired. The O&M instructor will teach clients to travel safely and independently. Since 1900, CLB's mission has been promoting independence for people who are blind or visually impaired. We provide a comprehensive range of programs and services for the nearly 180,000 people in Maryland, DC and Virginia who are blind or visually impaired. We are seeking an experience rehabilitation professional who shares our passion for providing services to our clients.
    Job Category:Education, Health Services, Social Services/Welfare, Special Education, Teaching - Special Education, Teaching - Vocational/Technical, Therapy (physical, occupational, etc.)
    Post Date:07/07/2017
    Expiration Date:12/29/2017
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  • Employer Name:PAGE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
    Job Title:High School ED-P Self Contained Teacher
    Job ID:52797
    Wage/Salary:Certified Salary Schedule
    Employment Start Date:Immediately
    Job Description:Develop, access and implement the following supports according to federal, state and district policies: Emotionally Disabled Self Contained Placement (ED-P) Program School site based self-contained behavior support program Outside agency collaborations (therapeutic group homes, outpatient/inpatient mental health, etc.) Develop and implement academic services and curriculum; therapeutic services and Curriculum; security protocol; crisis intervention; transportation; and staff training for ED Program with ED Services Director/Site Principals. Implement AB instructional strategies, ie DDT, PRT /data collection procedures Ensure staff training, implementations, and supervision of classroom management and behavioral components of school site based self-contained support programs. Provide parent and student support, coordination of services and implementation of IEP throughout the alternative placement process; referral, pre-care, placement, treatment, reintegration, and aftercare. Assist with the completion of all mandated ADE reports related to ED-P placements, including but not limited to: Multidisciplinary evaluation Team Reports, Individualized Education Program, Behavioral Contracts, data collection procedures, student point system. Develop and maintain records on all students in placements in compliance with IDEA regulations including obtaining and coordinating records between agencies, when necessary. Advocate and acts as liaison between school, students, families and outside service agencies to facilitate most effective treatment outcomes and enhance cultural ties via student IEP process. Coordinate 1x monthly inter agency meetings between school, students, families and outside agencies, or needed. Recommend ongoing professional development to district certified and classified staff, students, and parents in related areas as needed. Acts as delegated LEA district representative and conduct IEP team meetings Consult and coordinate with ESS Director on a regular basis regarding program implementation, trainings, and crisis management etc. Maintain positive, professional relationships with staff, students, parents, and outside agencies. Handles crisis in a professional and calm manner following established safety protocols and intervention procedures. Performs other work related duties as assigned.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:12/04/2017
    Expiration Date:03/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:New Mexico Crisis and Access Line
    Job Title:Crisis and Access Line Clinician
    Job ID:52599
    Wage/Salary:Base Rate: $21.00 - $29.29 hourly ($43,680 - $60,923 annually)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:ProtoCall Services/New Mexico Crisis and Access Line is a resilient team that works around the clock to provide immediate help for those in crisis. What does an average day look like for a Crisis and Access Counselor? Counselors receive calls from people who may literally be on a ledge, to a caller in recovery, to a college student in distress, to everything in between. Our counselors are people who are very comfortable interfacing with technology, as they are constantly juggling taking calls while referencing customized call handling processes, inputting data in a proprietary software, chatting simultaneously with colleagues for advice, and guiding the callers to their next step…all while talking someone through possibly the most important or darkest moment in their life. Sometimes counselors will follow up with the caller, other times they will provide the documented report about the call to our customer that we are answering on behalf of, and be finished… counselors are ALWAYS done with their paperwork when they walk out the door and are free to enjoy life on their own terms. This job will be the perfect fit if you... - are curious about becoming an expert in crisis management. - feel bored unless you’re doing 6 things at once. - balance selflessness with self-care. You know when to stop and breathe. - thrive in a team atmosphere and are not afraid of feedback. A life is literally on the line and you know your professional intervention could help them. - can handle failure when you did your best. - are tired of endless paperwork. - are willing to work a schedule that’s different from the typical 9-5. - know this work is not for everyone, it will scare the crap out of some people and burn out others. It is for you if it brings you a sense of contribution. - love variety and a new challenge on every call. - have a high mental capacity for problem-solving that other jobs haven’t fulfilled. - are determined to help someone access the services they need when they need them. You advocate for the caller and help them navigate through complex systems-an insurance hurdle here, a provider network there- does not dissuade you. This job will not work if you... - get nervous easily when a lot is happening at once. - are anxious with the unknown. - are set in your clinical strategies (no matter how much experience you have). - like to track long-term progress of clients. - have trouble quickly jumping on board with new technology
    Job Category:Call Center, Community Social Service and Non-Profits, Conflict Resolution/Prevention, Counseling & Advocacy, Counseling & Psychology, Customer Service, Health, Health Care, Health Services, Health Services/Healthcare, Healthcare and Safety, Healthcare Consulting, Healthcare Management, Hospital/Healthcare Administration, Human/Civil Rights, Humanitarian Affairs, Social Services/Welfare, Social Work
    Post Date:12/29/2016
    Expiration Date:01/28/2100
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  • Employer Name:State of New Mexico - Environment Department
    Job Title:Civil Engineer - Advanced (NMENV #59991)
    Job ID:52375
    Wage/Salary:$44,782.40 - $77,916.80 Annually
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description: Salary $44,782.40 - $77,916.80 Annually $21.53 - $37.46 Hourly $44,782.40 - $77,916.80 Annually Location Albuquerque, NM Albuquerque, NM Job Type Sponsored Term Funded Position Department Department of Environment Job Number 2016-04414 Closing 12/19/2016 11:59 PM Mountain Job Description NEOGOV is currently working on a system update for applicants who use screen readers. If you are applying with a screen reader and need assistance, please contact Andrea Rivera-Smith @ 505-695-5606. IMPORTANT NOTICE: Attached resumes will not be reviewed or considered. You are required to include your work experience in the Work Experience section of your application. If you have previously included work history on a resume you must transfer your work history into the Work Experience section prior to submitting your application. For more information please visit our website: Employment with the State of New Mexico Purpose of Position: This position will provide technical, regulatory, and engineering assistance to Public Water Systems (PWSs) to ensure that the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and the New Mexico Drinking Water Regulations are met. This position will be responsible for reviewing plans, specifications and other regulatory-based technical documents for drinking water infrastructure projects; decide if projects meet regulatory requirements or identify missing requirements; provide technical review of non-regulatory documents such as Preliminary Engineering Reports and Environmental Assessments; assist the Drinking Water Bureau Technical Services Team with engineering review of technical projects that PWSs need to either maintain or return to compliance with SDWA regulations; SOP development and implementation; technical training; emergency response technical assistance; project prioritization for PWSs that apply for public funding for system improvements; serve on the Comprehensive Performance Evaluation (CPE) team and Emerging Technologies Workgroup; and participate in the Area Wide Optimization Program activities. This position is a Pay Band 80. Classification Description Civil Engineer Advanced
    Job Category:Engineering - Civil
    Post Date:12/07/2016
    Expiration Date:12/19/2017
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  • Employer Name:UnitedHealth Group
    Job Title:Nurse Practitioner, House Calls - $2500-$10000 SIGN ON BONUS
    Job ID:52234
    Wage/Salary:Competitive
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:In this role, you will conduct in-home health assessments on enrolled Medicare Advantage members within a geographic area of responsibility. While the average visit is 45-60 minutes, the nature of the House Calls visit can vary and could include performing an annual health assessment, a post discharge visit, or visiting more complex members more than once per year. Primary Responsibilities: Conduct in-home assessments on health plan members. The House Calls Assessment includes:  Past medical history  Review of symptoms  Physical examination  Medication review  Depression screening  Responsible for checking vitals, conducting a physical exam that includes monofilament test, urine dipstick, and foot exam (as appropriate)  Identify diagnoses to be used in care management and active medical management in the furtherance of treatment  Formulate a list of current and past medical conditions using clinical knowledge and judgment and the findings of your assessment  Communicate findings in your assessment that will be used to inform the PCP of potential gaps in care  Educate members on topics such as disease process, medication, and compliance  Comply with all HIPAA regulations and maintain security of protected health information (PHI) Required Qualifications:  Current, unrestricted NP license in the state of assignment or the ability to obtain  Minimum of one year clinical experience in highest level of education OR 3+ years of experience as a Registered Nurse  Nurse Practitioner national certification as ANP, FNP, or GNP required or the ability to obtain  A clinical background in adult, family or geriatric specialties  Past experience working in a nursing home or with seniors in other settings  Access to reliable transportation that will enable you to travel to client and/or patient sites within a designated area  Ability to spend at least 1 hour with a member in their home, which may be in understaffed or remote areas, in the presence of pets or members / family members that are tobacco users  Ability to lift 30 pound bag in and out of car and up and down steps  Ability to navigate stairs and a variety of dwelling conditions and configurations  Ability to sit, stand and kneel as needed to perform physical assessment Preferred Qualifications:  Experience in gerontology, cardiology, internal medicine or endocrinology  Ability to obtain DEA licensure/Prescriptive Authority post-hire in states where applicable  Home care or home visit experience  Knowledgeable in regards to standard of care of common chronic health conditions as well as health promotion and prevention guidelines  Effective communication skills with the geriatric or Medicare population  Ability to navigate on the internet and work with personal computer  Ability to work independently  Detail oriented  Dependable and reliable Careers with Optum. Here's the idea. We built an entire organization around one giant objective; make health care work better for everyone. So when it comes to how we use the world’s large accumulation of health-related information, or guide health and lifestyle choices or manage pharmacy benefits for millions, our first goal is to leap beyond the status quo and uncover new ways to serve. Optum, part of the UnitedHealth Group family of businesses, brings together some of the greatest minds and most advanced ideas on where health care has to go in order to reach its fullest potential. For you, that means working on high performance teams against sophisticated challenges that matter. Optum, incredible ideas in one incredible company and a singular opportunity to do your life’s best work.(sm) Diversity creates a healthier atmosphere: UnitedHealth Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. UnitedHealth Group is a drug-free workplace. Candidates are required to pass a drug test before beginning employment.
    Job Category:Health Services/Healthcare, Nursing
    Post Date:11/21/2016
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:ASU Preparatory Academy
    Job Title:Teacher - General 2016-17
    Job ID:52120
    Wage/Salary:38,190-60,000
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:ASU Preparatory Academy Charter School, sponsored by Arizona State University is an innovative K-12 charter school. We believe that all students can achieve a four-year university degree. We prepare Arizona students for success with personalized attention in a university-embedded academic program that empowers them to complete college, compete globally and contribute to their communities. The ASU Prep network includes two school locations on four campuses and serves more than 1,200 Pre K-12th grade students. We hire outstanding, highly qualified and creative teachers and support staff who provide innovative and rigorous instruction, and promote a healthy learning climate of respect, pride and community. We seek collaborative, student-centered teachers and support staff, who continuously seek to improve student learning in a diverse environment. POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for making knowledge accessible to all students, developing students cognitive capacity and respect for learning, implementing ILP (Individual Learning Plans);, fostering students’ self-esteem, motivation, and sense of civic responsibility and leadership, ongoing professional growth, development of a variety of teaching and instruction materials and strategies, planning for instructional assistants and parental volunteers in classroom management, implementing school policies, communication with parents about students’ academic as well as discipline issues. Due to the nature of this position, working around and with students, employee will be subject to random drug testing in accordance with the school policy and procedures.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:11/13/2016
    Expiration Date:12/13/2017
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  • Employer Name:City of Hobbs
    Job Title:Control Operator - Uncertified, I, II, III, or IV #343
    Job ID:50824
    Wage/Salary:$14.18 per hour to $22.82 per hour (DOE)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Utilities $14.18 per hour to $22.82 per hour (DOE) SHIFT: Rotating ESSENTIAL DUTIES Monitors and maintains equipment in relation to the wastewater treatment plant and pump stations on assigned shift. Ensures that wastewater and bio solids undergo appropriate treatment/stabilization methods according to local, state and federal regulations and to protect public health. Monitors and as directed, operates computerized control systems and related equipment within the wastewater treatment plant to regulate liquid waste, sewage treatment and the disposal of sewage and wastes. Operates associated thickening equipment (pump’s, grinders centrifuge) to maintain proper biological treatment capabilities. Loads bio solids for transport to landfill. Operates and maintains assorted pump stations, wet wells and controls. Operates assorted pumps and valves used to control flows and treatment processes based upon established parameters. Periodically patrols plant to check equipment operating status and the respective treatment processes for proper operation and to maintain facility security. Monitors and reads recording instruments used for flow measurement, chemical consumption, disinfection and odor control. Detects malfunctions and notifies supervision promptly to insure plant systems and equipment are operating within prescribed limits. Utilizes and maintains specialized safety equipment (SCBAs, gas detectors, ventilators, etc) associated with safely handling of the respective chemicals and compounds. Collects various samples to detect chemical and bacterial content, conducts basic laboratory testing procedures and makes adjustments to facility processes as directed. Records and maintains reports concerning plant operations. Completes work orders issued for equipment maintenance, repairs and calibration. Performs security checks throughout plant and on grounds. Performs various housekeeping assignments. Assists in the installation and repair of plant machinery utilizing assorted light and heavy equipment. Performs repairs on various concrete surfaces as needed. Operates equipment specific to corrosion control and the application of industrial coatings.
    Job Category:Other
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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  • Employer Name:Entercom Communications Corp
    Job Title:Account Executive
    Job ID:50785
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Entercom Communications Corp. (NYSE: ETM), is the fourth-largest radio broadcasting company in the United States, with a portfolio that, including the announced acquisition of Lincoln Financial Media, boasts over 125 highly rated radio stations in 26 top markets across the country. Known for developing unique and highly successful locally programmed stations, Entercom’s brands reach and engage close to 40 million people each week, delivering a curated mix of outstanding local personalities and a broad range of compelling music, news, talk and sports content. Founded in 1968, Philadelphia-based Entercom also operates hundreds of events each year, attracting millions of attendees, and provides customers with a broad range of digital marketing solutions through its SmartReach Digital products. Are you passionate about selling marketing and advertising solutions? Does the idea of being part of iconic radio brands like ALICE, THE MOUNTAIN, KQKS, Studio 1430, Comedy 103.1, and KRWZ 9.50 excite you? Do you love to develop new business as well as grow it? If so, Entercom Denver wants to talk to you!We're looking for positive, motivated and energetic self-starters for a full-time sales position. Strategically and creatively represent the top radio stations, events and digital capabilities in Denver! Grow current business and Develop new business partnerships by creating customized multi-platform marketing solutions for Denver area businesses. Successful candidates must possess exceptional communication, presentation and negotiation skills with the ability to multi-task in a fast paced and fun environment. Why should you join our sales team at Entercom Denver and what can we offer you? · You'll be able to customize effective multi-platform advertising solutions for your clients including top ranked local radio stations, digital, onsite and experiential assets · We give our sales people the resources they need to be successful and earn a great income · You have the opportunity to bring innovative marketing ideas to life that make a difference for your clients and their business · Our company, Entercom Communications, believes in being digital pioneers, and is continually embracing new technologies and ideas · You will be surrounded by other creative, collaborative, high energy people
    Job Category:Communication
    Post Date:07/07/2016
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:RITTER & COMPANY LLC
    Job Title:Staff Accountant
    Job ID:50586
    Wage/Salary:DOE Starting at $50k
    Employment Start Date:Immediately
    Job Description:Ritter & Company is currently seeking an entry level Staff Accountant for its office located in Roswell, New Mexico. The Staff Accountant will be responsible for preparing individual, partnership, trust and corporate tax returns. Extended training is provided under the supervision of experienced accountants. Other functions include: tax planning, consulting services and other tax-related matters. Staff Accountant will also work on financial statement reviews and compilations. All work is subject to multiple levels of review.
    Job Category:Accounting/Auditing
    Post Date:12/20/2016
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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  • Employer Name:City of Las Cruces
    Job Title:Legal Assistant
    Job ID:50302
    Wage/Salary:$15.83 /Hour
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Legal Assistant An Equal Opportunity Employer SALARY: $15.83 /Hour OPENING DATE: 11/27/17 CLOSING DATE: 12/11/17 11:59 PM NATURE OF WORK: Fulltime regular, non-exempt position that provides paraprofessional legal assistance, research, and technical support functions for the attorneys in the City Attorney's Office. Work is performed in a standard office environment. Light physical demands. Frequent to constant use of a personal computer. Position involves competing demands, performing multiple tasks, working to deadlines, occasional work beyond normal business hours, and responding to customer issues. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity of services. Position is subject to drug testing in accordance with applicable State and Federal regulations and City of Las Cruces policies. Current City of Las Cruces employees may be given first consideration if they meet the minimum requirements. Meeting or exceeding the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an invitation to participate in the process. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: •Researches and analyzes civil and criminal law sources such as statutes, recorded judicial decisions, legal articles, and legal codes to prepare draft documents related to legal questions, legal opinions, appeals, pleadings, subpoenas, interrogatories, deposition notices, resolutions, settlement agreements, contracts, seizures, and other legal documents. •Prepares and assembles various special and recurring reports; prepares and proofs legal documents; coordinates and monitors assigned projects to assure that legal cases are ready for adjudication and filing deadlines are met. •Researches, reads, and reviews various reports and documents to assist with case management and preparation for trials, negotiations, appeals, and hearings; organizes documents, schedules, and court filings; contacts witnesses, victims, attorneys, and others associated with cases to coordinate interviews and collect and transmit case information; acquires and organizes related reports, documents, and other background information. •Gathers information for prosecution and litigation; routes and tracks legal documents submitted to defendants, attorneys, and courts for processing; maintains, tracks, and updates legal information and records; assists attorneys in litigation and prosecution by tracking the course and deadlines of cases; establishes and maintains files in various mediums and formats related to criminal and civil cases. •Provides customer service, responds to questions and requests for information, explains and interprets policies, procedures, and regulations as authorized; responds to requests for information within scope of authority; refers matters requiring legal interpretation to supervisor for response and resolution.
    Job Category:Other
    Post Date:11/27/2017
    Expiration Date:12/11/2017
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  • Employer Name:City of Hobbs
    Job Title:Seasonal Trail Maintenance Worker #883
    Job ID:49596
    Wage/Salary:$12.32 per hour to $14.17 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range) $12.32 per hour to $20.64 per hour (Full Range)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Seasonal Trail Maintenance Worker #883 Seasonal - Golf $12.32 per hour to $14.17 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range) $12.32 per hour to $20.64 per hour (Full Range) SHIFT: 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday; some weekends; shifts vary. ESSENTIAL DUTIES • Maintains grounds for the golf course to include putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, bunkers, open space areas, and other related areas. • Performs duties such as mowing, weed eating, edging, seeding, fertilizing, aerating, and applying pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. • Plants turf, trees, shrubs, and flowers. Prunes trees and disposes of large branches. Weed eats around fence lines, tee boxes, and sand bunkers. • Maintains and cleans sand bunkers. Inspects, washes and maintains ball washers, drinking fountains, cleans bathrooms and replenishes supplies. • Assists in the maintenance of sprinkler systems and the repair and installation of sprinkler lines and heads. • Assists with laying cement and cement repair, basic plumbing, carpentry, landscaping and painting. Assists in the construction of new facilities, including clearing, grading, drainage, plantings and foundation work. Conducts visual inspections of golf course turf and trees to determine corrective action necessary to alleviate any problems. • Performs routine cleaning and maintenance for assigned equipment. Operates various types of mowers, weed eaters, edgers, blowers, hand tools, sprayers, sod cutters, chain saws, sprayers, trencher, a cement mixer and other equipment as needed. • Operates heavy equipment such as a welder and cutting torch, front-end loader, forklift, and a backhoe. • Operates tractors of various sizes and weight in loading, hauling and unloading of various equipment and supplies. • During winter months, performs preventative maintenance on golf course facilities and equipment as needed.
    Job Category:Maintenance
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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  • Employer Name:City of Hobbs
    Job Title:Seasonal Golf Course Maintenance Worker #789
    Job ID:48925
    Wage/Salary:$12.32 per hour to $14.17 per hour (Hiring Range)(DOE) $12.32 per hour to $20.64 per hour (Full Range)
    Employment Start Date:September 1, 2017
    Job Description:Seasonal Golf Course Maintenance Worker #789 Seasonal - Golf $12.32 per hour to $14.17 per hour (Hiring Range)(DOE) $12.32 per hour to $20.64 per hour (Full Range) SHIFT: 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday; some weekends; shifts vary depending on season. POSTED: September 1, 2017 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date. ESSENTIAL DUTIES • Maintains grounds for the golf course to include putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, bunkers, open space areas, and other related areas. Performs duties such as mowing, weed eating, edging, seeding, fertilizing, aerating, and applying pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. Plants turf, trees, shrubs, and flowers. • Prunes trees and disposes of large branches. Weed eats around fence lines, tee boxes, and sand bunkers. Maintains and cleans sand bunkers. • Inspects, washes and maintains ball washers, drinking fountains, cleans bathrooms and replenishes supplies. • Assists in the maintenance of sprinkler systems and the repair and installation of sprinkler lines and heads. Assists with laying cement and cement repair, basic plumbing, carpentry, landscaping and painting. Assists in the construction of new facilities, including clearing, grading, drainage, plantings and foundation work. • Conducts visual inspections of golf course turf and trees to determine corrective action necessary to alleviate any problems. • Performs routine cleaning and maintenance for assigned equipment. Operates various types of mowers, weed eaters, edgers, blowers, hand tools, sprayers, sod cutters, chain saws, sprayers, trencher, a cement mixer and other equipment as needed. • Operates heavy equipment such as a welder and cutting torch, front-end loader, forklift, and a backhoe. Operates tractors of various sizes and weight in loading, hauling and unloading of various equipment and supplies. • During winter months, performs preventative maintenance on golf course facilities and equipment as needed.
    Job Category:Maintenance, Other
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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  • Employer Name:JOHNSON, MILLER & CO., CPAs
    Job Title:Tax or Audit Accountant
    Job ID:48461
    Wage/Salary:55K to 60K
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Acountant • Starting salaries are usually between $55k - $60k • Health, life and LTD insurance premiums are fully paid • 401k match is dollar-for-dollar up to 4% • Assistance with CPA study materials and test costs
    Job Category:Accounting, Accounting/Auditing
    Post Date:01/18/2016
    Expiration Date:12/17/2017
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  • Employer Name:JOHNSON, MILLER & CO., CPAs
    Job Title:Tax or Audit Accountant
    Job ID:48460
    Wage/Salary:55K to 60K
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Acountant • Starting salaries are usually between $55k - $60k • Health, life and LTD insurance premiums are fully paid • 401k match is dollar-for-dollar up to 4% • Assistance with CPA study materials and test costs • Our Midland Tax office also offers flexible hours, allowing students who need a few more credits to be eligible to sit for the CPA exam to attend classes at UTPB in Odessa.
    Job Category:Accounting, Accounting/Auditing
    Post Date:01/18/2016
    Expiration Date:12/17/2017
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  • Employer Name:City of Hobbs
    Job Title:Golf Course Maintenance Worker #276
    Job ID:46524
    Wage/Salary:$12.32 per hour to $14.17 per hour (Hiring Range)(DOE) $12.32 per hour to $20.64 per hour (Full Range)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Golf Course Maintenance Worker #276 Golf $12.32 per hour to $14.17 per hour (Hiring Range)(DOE) $12.32 per hour to $20.64 per hour (Full Range) SHIFT: 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday; some weekends; POSTED: November 9, 2017 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date. ESSENTIAL DUTIES • Maintains grounds for the golf course to include putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, bunkers, open space areas, and other related areas. • Performs duties such as mowing, weed eating, edging, seeding, fertilizing, aerating, and applying pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. • Plants turf, trees, shrubs, and flowers. Prunes trees and disposes of large branches. Weed eats around fence lines, tee boxes, and sand bunkers. Maintains and cleans sand bunkers. • Inspects, washes and maintains ball washers, drinking fountains, cleans bathrooms and replenishes supplies. • Assists in the maintenance of sprinkler systems and the repair and installation of sprinkler lines and heads. • Assists with laying cement and cement repair, basic plumbing, carpentry, landscaping and painting. • Assists in the construction of new facilities, including clearing, grading, drainage, plantings and foundation work. • Conducts visual inspections of golf course turf and trees to determine corrective action necessary to alleviate any problems. • Performs routine cleaning and maintenance for assigned equipment. • Operates various types of mowers, weed eaters, edgers, blowers, hand tools, sprayers, sod cutters, chain saws, sprayers, trencher, a cement mixer and other equipment as needed. • Operates heavy equipment such as a welder and cutting torch, front-end loader, forklift, and a backhoe. • Operates tractors of various sizes and weight in loading, hauling and unloading of various equipment and supplies. • During winter months, performs preventative maintenance on golf course facilities and equipment as needed.
    Job Category:Maintenance
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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  • Employer Name:City of Hobbs
    Job Title:Utility Maintenance Uncertified, I, II, III, or IV #268
    Job ID:46338
    Wage/Salary:$14.18 per hour to $22.80 per hour (Full Range)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Utility Maintenance Uncertified, I, II, III, or IV #268 Utilities $14.18 per hour to $22.80 per hour (Full Range) SHIFT: 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. – Four (4) day work week POSTED: July 7, 2017 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date. ESSENTIAL DUTIES • Performs labor involved in construction and maintenance of distribution and collection systems. Duties include manhole and sewer line cleaning, pavement cutting, ditch digging, and pipe repair, laying, cutting, fitting, tapping, backfilling, and tamping. Installs, maintains, and flushes sewer lines and drinking water mains, repairing or replacing gate valves, fittings, and pumps. • Installs and services fire hydrants. Shuts off broken sections of water mains. Performs meter repair, meter box repair or replacement. • Repairs leaks and changes valves to water laterals or replaces the lateral. Maintains and operates sewer lift stations. • Sets forms and pours concrete to replace sidewalks, driveways, etc., after completion of system repairs. • Inspects and maintains streets, drainage systems and sewer system frequently to insure that all aspects of collection and distribution are functioning properly. • Responds to complaints regarding water leaks, pressure loss or no water; evaluates situation; explains findings to supervisor. • Insures proper maintenance of equipment and tools by cleaning and checking equipment and tools after use. • Maintains and operates high velocity trucks to clear and maintain collection systems. • Operates dump truck and lowboy float to haul backhoe and debris to and from job sites. • Operates a backhoe and/or serves as a spotter to determine the locations of gas, telephone, power, cable, water and sewer lines from the appropriate sources prior to excavation. • Completes daily work orders relating to inspections and maintenance activity. • Engages in necessary traffic control, setting up work zone safety. • Conducts on-call duties as assigned performing emergency repairs after normal duty hours, weekends, and holidays.
    Job Category:Maintenance
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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  • Employer Name:Hakes Brothers
    Job Title:New Home Sales Specialist
    Job ID:45546
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The New Home Sales Specialist is responsible to meet the company sales goals for a given subdivision. The Sales Specialist will master the new home presentation, and network with local Realtors and key contacts to establish leads and generate sales. In addition to sales goals, the Sales Specialist must manage the existing client base to ensure that every Hakes Brothers home buyer has an excellent experience purchasing a new home. The ideal candidate is a natural people person, highly motivated, and is driven by enthusiasm and a positive attitude.
    Job Category:Sales - General
    Post Date:06/26/2015
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:Hakes Brothers
    Job Title:Marketing Specialist
    Job ID:45536
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:The Marketing Specialist will assist with the VP of Sales/Marketing to promote Hakes Brothers through various media, including print advertising, signage, radio, digital and social media. Major projects include model home presentation, promotional events and materials, website and social media enhancements, and advertising campaigns. The ideal candidate will be experienced with web design, social media, marketing communications (especially written), brand design, market research, and the ability to manage multiple projects.
    Job Category:Marketing - General
    Post Date:06/26/2015
    Expiration Date:12/31/2017
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  • Employer Name:City of Hobbs
    Job Title:Circulation Technician #220
    Job ID:44410
    Wage/Salary:$11.65 per hour to $13.40 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range) $11.65 per hour to $19.56 per hour (Full Range)
    Employment Start Date:SHIFT: Monday - Friday 9:00a.m. – 6:00p.m with two evenings a week from 11:00a.m. – 8:00p.m.; Rotating Saturdays
    Job Description:Circulation Technician #220 Library $11.65 per hour to $13.40 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range) $11.65 per hour to $18.63 per hour (Full Range) SHIFT: Tuesday 11:00a.m. – 8:00p.m.; Wednesday 9:00a.m. – 6:00p.m.; Thursday – Saturday 8:00a.m. – 5:00p.m. ESSENTIAL DUTIES Performs clerical and public contact tasks related to the circulation of all material in the library collection and other public services offered by the Library. Maintains lead responsibility for a circulation related specialty (i.e. magazines, overdue material, holds and reserves or ELIN/ILL). Maintenance of EcoMaster disc cleaning machine and DVD/CD collection. Performs various administrative duties within specialty area to make sure collections are current and well organized, library policies are followed, and special services for patrons are effective. Assists public when assigned to the circulation desk by answering phone and responding to routine inquiries. Receives incoming library materials from public and checks library materials out to eligible library patrons. Processes library card applications. Serves patrons by processing requests for renewals and reserves. Manages patron access to library computers. Screens returned materials to sort out damaged material. Sorts returned material and loads material onto carts to facilitate the shelving duties of the Library Pages. Maintains responsibility for Library for one evening each week and weekends on a rotating basis. This responsibility is usually shared with another supervisor with the exception of lunch hours or an illness. Supervises Library Pages in the performance of their duties during these periods. Supervises closing and securing the facility and equipment at the posted closing time. May be assigned to run library errands to City Hall, U.S. Post Office, and local stores.
    Job Category:Museums & Libraries
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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  • Employer Name:Memorial Medical Center
    Job Title:Physician Services Coder/Biller
    Job ID:43290
    Wage/Salary:DOE
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Codes Diagnosis and procedures from medical records for the purpose of reimbursement, research and comply with regulations. Insures billing procedures per MMC standards.
    Job Category:Other
    Post Date:08/28/2015
    Expiration Date:09/28/2019
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  • Employer Name:City of Hobbs
    Job Title:Journeyman Electrician #322
    Job ID:40654
    Wage/Salary:$19.83 per hour to $22.81 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range) $19.83 per hour to $33.30 per hour (Full Range)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Journeyman Electrician #322 General Services $19.83 per hour to $22.81 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range) $19.83 per hour to $33.30 per hour (Full Range) SHIFT: 40 hours weekly; hours vary POSTED: November 16, 2017 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date. ESSENTIAL DUTIES • Assembles, monitors, tests, repairs, installs, and maintains electrical lighting, control systems, distribution systems, and emergency generators for City buildings and/or facilities. • Maintains, repairs, and runs electrical or electronic wiring in order to install computer cables, HVAC cables, keypad entrance systems, lightening detections systems, and alarm cables including fire alarms and burglar alarms. • Follows blueprints or schematics to determine the location of wiring and equipment and to ensure conformance to building and safety codes. • Plans layout and installation of electrical wiring to equipment and fixtures, based on job specifications and local codes. • Diagnoses malfunctioning systems and components, testing continuity of circuits to insure electrical compatibility and safety of components, using a volt/ohm meter and hand tools to locate the cause of a breakdown and corrects the problem. • Connects wires to circuit breakers, transformers, pull boxes, switch and panel boards, motors, amplifiers, or other components. • Inspects electrical systems, equipment, and components to identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustment, repair, or replacement to ensure compliance with codes. • Maintains a small inventory of spare parts to minimize downtime on equipment. • Maintains records of installations, equipment that has been repaired or replaced, and its location. • Provides assistance to City plumbers with maintaining, monitoring, and repairing electrical activity in connection with pumps, heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC), refrigeration systems and controls throughout City buildings and facilities. • Assists Building Maintenance personnel as needed. • Orders electrical parts and supplies. • Performs call-out work as required. • Operates equipment such as a jackhammer, volt, ohm, and amp meter, high voltage megger, hand and power tools, water testing kits, wire pulling machine, A/C gauges, forklift, bucket truck, and man lift. • Monitors and preforms adjustments to Enteliweb HVAC automation system for all city properties.
    Job Category:Electrical
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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  • Employer Name:City of Hobbs
    Job Title:Express Transportation Driver #175
    Job ID:38732
    Wage/Salary:$12.32 per hour to $14.17 per hour (DOE) $12.32 per hour to $20.64 per hour (Full Range)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Express Transportation Driver #175 Regular Full-Time - Public Transportation $12.32 per hour to $14.17 per hour (DOE) $12.32 per hour to $20.64 per hour (Full Range) SHIFT: Monday – Saturday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; 40 hours per week (hours/days vary) ESSENTIAL DUTIES • Operates a wheelchair accessible, passenger vehicle to transport passengers within set schedule to specific destinations. • Is responsible for passenger safety, comfort, and satisfaction, while insuring compliance with all State and Federal driving guidelines. • Assists passengers with packages, getting on or off the bus, operates hydraulic wheelchair lifts to assist disabled or elderly passengers as needed, insuring passengers are buckled and hold down straps are secured. • Regulates heating, lighting, and ventilating systems for passenger comfort. • Collects fares, dispenses passes and maintains an accurate accounting of receipts. • Inspects each bus at the beginning and end of each shift, checking fluid levels, battery, hoses, brakes and brake lights, turn signal indicators, dash lights, horn, wipers and washers, fans, mirrors, wheels and tire pressure, emergency door, fire extinguisher and first aid kit. • Ensures that vehicle is clean, inside and out, windows are not cracked, seats are not torn, and wheelchair lift works properly. • Keeps time and mileage records of pick-up and drop off of each passenger. • Must be able to recognize, create and follow logical sequences for picking up and dropping off passengers in an efficient manner. • Completes daily paperwork. • Utilizes mobile base radio to receive schedule changes in passenger destinations. • Assists in dispatching as needed. • Assists in cleaning the office and break room areas.
    Job Category:Travel/Transportation
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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  • Employer Name:City of Hobbs
    Job Title:Detention Officer #199
    Job ID:38729
    Wage/Salary:$18.36 per hour to $23.79 per hour (Full Range)
    Employment Start Date:
    Job Description:Detention Officer #199 Police $18.36 per hour to $23.79 per hour (Full Range) SHIFT: Rotating ESSENTIAL DUTIES Regular attendance is required to perform the duties of this position. Books, searches and releases prisoners. Maintains security in all areas of the Detention Facility. Purchases food commodities and prepares meals. Administers and supervises meal preparation and feeding. Supervises visitation, recreation, counseling and work assigned to inmates. Supervises and completes records dealing with facility trustee program. Administers first aid and sees that inmates receive medical attention when needed. Distributes medication as prescribed by physician or non-prescription labels. Answers telephone calls and monitors jail access and egress.
    Job Category:Law Enforcement
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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  • Employer Name:PAGE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
    Job Title:High School ED-P Self Contained Teacher
    Job ID:29940
    Wage/Salary:Certified Salary Schedule
    Employment Start Date:Immediately
    Job Description:Develop, access and implement the following supports according to federal, state and district policies: Emotionally Disabled Self Contained Placement (ED-P) Program School site based self-contained behavior support program Outside agency collaborations (therapeutic group homes, outpatient/inpatient mental health, etc.) Develop and implement academic services and curriculum; therapeutic services and Curriculum; security protocol; crisis intervention; transportation; and staff training for ED Program with ED Services Director/Site Principals. Implement AB instructional strategies, ie DDT, PRT /data collection procedures Ensure staff training, implementations, and supervision of classroom management and behavioral components of school site based self-contained support programs. Provide parent and student support, coordination of services and implementation of IEP throughout the alternative placement process; referral, pre-care, placement, treatment, reintegration, and aftercare. Assist with the completion of all mandated ADE reports related to ED-P placements, including but not limited to: Multidisciplinary evaluation Team Reports, Individualized Education Program, Behavioral Contracts, data collection procedures, student point system. Develop and maintain records on all students in placements in compliance with IDEA regulations including obtaining and coordinating records between agencies, when necessary. Advocate and acts as liaison between school, students, families and outside service agencies to facilitate most effective treatment outcomes and enhance cultural ties via student IEP process. Coordinate 1x monthly inter agency meetings between school, students, families and outside agencies, or needed. Recommend ongoing professional development to district certified and classified staff, students, and parents in related areas as needed. Acts as delegated LEA district representative and conduct IEP team meetings Consult and coordinate with ESS Director on a regular basis regarding program implementation, trainings, and crisis management etc. Maintain positive, professional relationships with staff, students, parents, and outside agencies. Handles crisis in a professional and calm manner following established safety protocols and intervention procedures. Performs other work related duties as assigned.
    Job Category:Education
    Post Date:12/04/2017
    Expiration Date:03/06/2018
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  • Employer Name:City of Hobbs
    Job Title:Meter Service Investigator #865
    Job ID:25331
    Wage/Salary:$14.18 per hour to $16.30 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range) $14.18 per hour to $23.82 per hour (Full Range)
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    Job Description:Meter Service Investigator #865 Utilities $14.18 per hour to $16.30 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range) $14.18 per hour to $23.82 per hour (Full Range) SHIFT: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - Monday thru Friday POSTED: September 29, 2017 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date. ESSENTIAL DUTIES • Performs connects, disconnects in water system and emergency water calls. • Makes rereads when necessary. I • Investigates deposit checks for non-payment, new accounts, and read-only’s in cooperation with water office. • Makes water meter connections and disconnections digging out meters when covered by dirt, cleaning, repairing and testing water meters as necessary. • Pumps water out of flooded meters. • Inspects meters to insure proper function and reports broken lids, damage, or other meter defects. • Assists customers with information regarding observed leaks, low-pressure complaints and general information relating to high bills or refers to the appropriate source. • Notifies customers of water being off for repairs or delivers door hangers for notices of cut offs or turning service on and off at meters, delinquent accounts; locks-out or resumes service once arrangements for payment have been made. • Maintains assigned vehicle and tools to ensure that equipment is safe, clean and in useable condition.
    Job Category:Other, Water Utility
    Post Date:11/20/2017
    Expiration Date:12/20/2017
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