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Tech Support-Field Engineer Job Description


Provides Design, Implementation, Service, Training and Maintenancesuggestions and documentation back to Customer Support and Engineering toenable Breeze-Eastern to implementcontinuous improvement efforts for all products, components or systems in itsproduct line. Offers technical,operational and administrative assistance and information, in the resolution oftechnical issues and questions to customers, service centers and end users aswell as B-E staff.

Provides technicalsupport on proposals, at customer and end users facility as well as at tradeshows. Studies technical manuals andattends training sessions provided by Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs),Service Centers and End Users to maintain current knowledge and assesses howtraining material is being utilized in the field. Provide flight line and overhaul training toend users and service centers



a)Provides design, implementation, service, training and maintenance suggestions and documentation back to Customer Support and Engineering to enable Breeze-Eastern to implement continuous improvement efforts for all products, components and systems in its product line. May create Change Orders (CO's) as needed.

b)Offers technical, operational and administrative assistance and information in the resolution of technical issues to customers, service centers and end users.

c)Evaluates electronic, mechanical and other products, components and sub systems to ensure compliance to specifications, safety standards and operation of systems as needed.

d)Analyzes and collects field data on all system requirements, capacities, and customer needs to determine product, component and system recommendations.

e)Assists in providing relevant field data to help maintain and update all Engineering documentation and Training Manuals.

f)Studies all procedures, standards, specifications, technical publications etc. to maintain current knowledge of products and applications.

g)Maintains and enters field data into a central database (Zendesk database or current system)

h)Maintains and creates training material as needed to meet the training needs of customers/users/service centers based on available manuals, drawings and procedures.

i)Coordinates and teaches individual and group training in Flight Line Maintenance for all end users/customers at Breeze-Eastern or an agreed upon customer/user facility.

j) Coordinates and teaches individual and group training in Flight Line Maintenance and overhaul training for service centers as needed at Breeze-Eastern or the service center facility. May include train the trainer courses.

k)Provides product overview training to new B-E employees.

l)Works with Customer Support and Sustaining Engineering to resolve issues for Engineering related product, component and system issues.

m)Assists other departments in implementing new procedures for continuous improvement based on field and return data.

n)Assists in the writing and updating of Procedures for Engineering services and Training Manuals.

o)Maintains the customer document portal.

Supervision Received:

Reports to the Manager, Training and Technical Support, with work and assignments generated and driven by multiple individuals within the organization. The Field Engineer will get direction as to which programs and or customers have priority by the Manager, Training and Technical Support, with a degree of latitude on how to accomplish all of the tasks.

Supervision Exercised:

May direct internal Breeze-Eastern employees and external Service Center personnel to repair customer owned equipment based on input from Breeze-Eastern Customers, Engineering, Customer Support or established contractual requirements.


Deals with all Breeze-Eastern departments and with assigned external customers, vendors and service centers through phone, email and personal contact.

Required Qualifications:

Minimum of 1-2 year's experience working in an aerospace engineering related business. Possesses a strong working knowledge of MS office particularly Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

Ability to deal with multiple programs and priorities effectively. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to deal with people efficiently at different levels internally and externally in a professional manner. Related industry/ Military experience, technical experience, technical degree, A&P License, or like experience is desirable . Travel requirements approximately 25-50% depending on training and technical customer support needs and requirements.

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Controls Project Engineer Job Description

Basic Function:

Responsibilities typically involve engineering and leading a project or acting as the engineer on a small project.

Duties and

¨ Control panel concept and design based on line up information from the Mechanical Engineer.

¨ Guarantee the workability, completeness and accuracy of all designs. Control Project Engineers shall be able to properly design all aspects of a control panel. Complete designs include all aspects of a control panel from schematics to layouts and Bill of Materials.

¨ Coordinate with other Project Engineers regarding schedule, design concepts and other status information on areas of concern.

¨ Insure that designs are consistent on the project.

¨ Participate in internal and external design reviews of deliverables.

¨ Insure that all designs meet either Fori or customer standards.

¨ Fully document and maintain engineering records for incorporation into engineer’s job book.

¨ Write software on assigned areas. Ideal candidate shall have an understanding of ladder logic, MMI and C++ programming.

¨ Perform start up and stand by of equipment n assigned areas and shall be able to operate and debug machinery.

¨ Provide engineering liaison to manufacturing and field service departments.

Position Summary &

• Ability to make take the Controls Engineering Lead on a project.

• A background in controls (PC & PLC programming, as well as C++) is a plus.

• Knowledge and experience using AB RS Logix 5, RS Logix 5000, and Panelview development software is a plus.

• Minimum 5 years experience.

Position Includes:

Established and growing company offering competitive wages and benefits including:

• Opportunity for career growth and advancement

• Laptop & Smart Phone

• Healthcare

• 401K + Match

• Premium Hourly Rate

• Bonus eligibility

• Life Insurance

• Short Term Disability

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Adoption And Training Director

We are a rapidly growing Series B company funded by Venrock, ARCH Venture Partners, Biomatics Capital and Google Ventures.  We are mission driven, intent on improving healthcare by partnering with independent primary care physicians to help them transition to value based care for Medicare and commercial populations.
We sign contracts with health plans that give us (and our primary care partners) a share of any savings we create through better coordination and quality of care. We are national in scope, operating in 15 states, in partnership with more than 1,000 primary care physicians. We are public health-motivated, data-driven, and relentless.
We're actively recruiting for a Director of Adoption & Training to lead Aledade's strategic approach to implementation and optimization of our tools to achieve savings. S/he will develop a strategic plan for efficient and effective adoption of tools in our ACOs and partner practices, and lead teams in the most direct tactical path to support desired outcomes. S/he will evangelize change management principles to better engage practices, field teams, clinical, tech, and initiative teams.
We are looking for individuals who are thinkers and doers; who are highly motivated, looking to create, focused, and passionate about improving health care; and who have the skills and ambition to build scalable products for client success. The ideal candidate will have a desire to be at the forefront of revolutionizing healthcare and the shift to value based payment models. S/he will have strong relationship management, client development, and operational experience.
S/he be inspired by the opportunity to drive cost, quality, and health improvement by perfecting adoption and training approaches across our team, with our independent primary care partners, and across varied projects. This position is based at our Bethesda, Maryland headquarters.  Learn more at www.aledade.com.
ResponsibilitiesDevelop a strategic, scalable and robust adoption and training approach, focused on Aledade's ACO field teams, and translate that approach to each project.Will shape a unified approach for service delivery and execution to drive results, including processes and protocols for creating an exceptional client experience that is aligned with and supports Aledade's business goals.Advise and support creation of the needed metrics, materials, approaches, and forums, to drive successful adoption of cohesive product in practices.Promote and optimize the product suite to existing users.Perform deep data analysis and understanding of field current state to support and uncover development opportunities and priorities.Comfortable interpreting data and guiding the design of KPI dashboards.Conduct research and interviews to identify best practices and develop a deep understanding of how other companies are tackling related problems.Develop systems and framework to empower subject matter experts to conduct effective trainings.Drive change throughout the organization not only in content but also in leadership development and change management.Partner seamlessly with Aledade field, subject matter experts, and technology teams in all aspects of work, including to align strategy, approaches, timing, and execution of projects across ACO and meet expectations of practices.Ensure the Voice of the Practice is advocated throughout the organization, understood [specifically reference NPS?], and to facilitate client performance insight and results. Preferred QualificationsMinimum 7 - 10 years in similar role at a top consulting firm (ideally in health care) or in health care industry. Previous experience in healthcare a plus but not required.Superb strategic, analytic, problem solving and communication skills.
Experience in driving change through an organization and focusing on developing staff, not just in content but also in being leaders and change agents.Comfortable going deep in the details without losing sight of the bigger picture.Experience operationalizing and implementing new business opportunities. Equally comfortable in strategic analysis and operational implementation.Previous learning and development experience, or strong knowledge of training best practices and concepts.Able to work quickly in a fast-paced environment.Team Player – Strong collaborator who can work closely with Aledade teams across the country.Comfortable with ambiguity and able to navigate uncertainty.Desire to be part of an ambitious, mission-driven, rapidly growing company. Ability to travel up to 25-50% of the time. Aledade is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetics or any other basis forbidden under federal, state, or local law.

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Chief Development Engineer - Full Job Description For Each

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Chief Development Engineer. The Hidalgo County Regional Mobility Authority is soliciting applications for the positions of Chief Development Engineer and Designer CAD Technician.

Qualified candidates shall submit a cover letter, job application and resume addressed to Pilar Rodriguez, PE, Executive Director, Hidalgo County Regional Mobility Authority, 118 S. Cage Boulevard, 4th Floor, Pharr, Texas, 78577 or by email to prodriguez@hcrma.net. Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience.

Position will remain open until filled. A full job description for each position and a job application can be downloaded from the Hidalgo County Regional Mobility Authoritys web site at www.hcrma.net. Any informational questions regarding the job position and/or the application process may be directed to Ms. Celia Gaona, CIA, Chief Auditor/ Compliance Officer at 956-402-4762.

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Registered Nurse (Rn) Outpatient Infusion Center Porter Campus FT Days*Updated Job Description

Registered Nurse (RN) Outpatient Infusion Center Porter Campus FT Days*updated job description Description: RN essential functions include, but are not limited to: collaboration with other health professionals, assessment, analyzing assessment data, establishing goals, planning care strategy, establishing priorities of care, implementing care, delegating tasks safely, providing safe direct and indirect nursing care, evaluating responses to interventions, and performing additional nursing functions in accordance with knowledge and skills acquired beyond basic nursing preparation.

OIC RN is responsible for coordinating all aspects of outpatient infusion center as well as providing direct patient care for outpatients. Chemotherapy certified and experience in additional to excellent IV, port, and PICC skills required. Must maintain strong organizational and multitasking skills to be able to provide care for outpatients from admission to discharge.

Requirements:   Diploma or Associate’s degree (ADN) required, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), or Master's of Science in Nursing (MSN) preferred. Must take and pass ONS chemotherapy and biotherapy course for chemo certification after 6 months.

  • Previous experience in healthcare field preferred. Current Oklahoma Registered Nurse license.

      Basic Life Support (BLS) training or retraining is required during orientation prior to providing patient care.  Current Basic Life Support (BLS) is required to be maintained thru re-training for duration of employment.

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Adoption Associate / Matchmaker

Job Description: s: Position Purpose:Responsible for the care of in-house cats and dogs including feeding, cleaning, socializing, grooming, and evaluation of physical and emotional wellbeing. Provide customer service, perform adoptions, recordkeeping, general housekeeping and miscellaneous tasks. Essential Responsibilities/Duties/Functions/Tasks:The following is a list of essential job requirements. This list may be revised at any time and additional duties not listed here may be assigned as needed. Job Functions and Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Animal Care

  • Feeding
  • Make sure each animal receives the proper amount and type of food prescribed and always has fresh water (unless it is prohibited for a medical reason). * Cleaning

  • Make sure that all animals are in a clean, comfortable environment at all times with appropriate bedding. This includes properly disinfecting using appropriate protocols and removing fecal matter or any debris in the area they are housed in. Make sure that all areas are odor-free at all times.

  • Infection control -- Practice infection control procedures consistently wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when necessary.

  • Socialization

  • Make sure all animals get proper social contact, as well as appropriate social experiences and document them.
  • Record Keeping
  • Log all behaviors, eating habits and anything out of the ordinary, keeping coworkers apprised.
  • General Housekeeping
  • Keep work stations clean and neat at all times including all areas in and around the stations as well as the common areas.
  • Laundry
  • Make sure the laundry is done as needed.
  • Grooming
  • Ensure that animals are clean and bushed, nails are clipped, and eyes and ears are kept clean. Animals that have fecal matter on them should be bathed immediately. Adoption Center animals should never have an unpleasant odor or unkempt appearance.
  • General wellbeing
  • Immediately contact the supervisor any time an animal exhibits signs of not feeling well.
  • Exercise
  • Ensure that each animal gets the proper amount of exercise daily.
  • Verify that the front desk and the reception area are neat and clean at all times.

  • Miscellaneous

  • Assist with animal intake. Bring any unsafe or broken equipment to the attention of a supervisor. Adoptions
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service with prospective adopters and clients, ensuring that adopters feel welcome and comfortable.

  • Quickly understand client needs and initiate the matchmaking process.

  • Ensure new clients completely fill out the adoption survey.

  • Provide walk-throughs so that potential adopters are introduced to resident animals.

  • Be knowledgeable and describe physical and behavioral attributes of animals to potential adopters.

  • Make courteous inquiries of relevant information, e.g. pet history.

  • Converse with potential adopters building rapport.

  • Educate adopters in responsible pet ownership.

  • Ability to supervise and mentor volunteers Required Experience: Qualifications

  • Needs to be detail oriented and precise

  • Is kind and compassionate

  • Able to follow directions

  • Organized* Patient

  • Needs to be able to keep a clean uncluttered environment

  • Works quickly

  • Works well with others and understands the team approach Specific Work Requirements

  • This position requires the ability to walk, bend, stand, lift, reach, stoop, carry, push, and pull at least 8 hours per day.

  • Lifting of packages and large bags of food, 25-40 pounds, as well as bags of kitty litter up to 40 pounds.

  • Lifting large animals for grooming.

  • Ability to speak and hear sufficiently to understand the job.

  • Ability to write neatly and communicate with others.

  • Visual acuity sufficient to maintain accurate records.

  • Ability to restrain animals.

  • Ability to attend staff meetings and training classes.

  • Ability to understand the needs of the animals. Preferences

  • High School Diploma or GED equivalent* 1 year experience in animal care a plus

  • Customer service experience appreciated Keyword: Adoption Center Associate From: Bideawee

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Adoption Case Manager; Queensbury

Adoption Case Manager; Queensbury Tracking Code 3314 Job Description Northern Rivers Family of Services is the parent organization to Northeast Parent & Child Society and Parsons Child & Family Center. We are a family of human service agencies who work together and are committed to helping children, families, and adults.

We provide opportunities to help change lives for the better. The ultimate goal of the Adoption navigation Services program is to navigate and support families through all phases of adoption while empowering them for growth, and to support positive outcomes for all involved through the provision of the services. This position is responsible for providing supportive services to pre-adoptive and adoptive families and children so they are able to make informed decisions with regards to services and supports that best meet their needs.

RESPONSIBILITIES include: +  Follow up on calls to the helpline; follow up on referrals +  Function as a systems navigator to families who have adopted or are in the process of adopting +  Provide case management for families who have adopted or are in the process of adopting +  Respond to the request for in home support referrals for resources and services +  Co-lead parent trainings and /or parent networking groups. Provide crisis intervention as assigned +  Do follow up contacts with families at prescribed intervals +  As needed, participate as a trainer in programs in the community, to increase understanding of the needs of families who have adopted +  Used lived experience to empathize and provide hope +  Meet with families in their home to assess needs +  Maintain records including required data collection information according to the program standards and expectations +  Must be able to communicate effectively and develop positive working relationships with interfacing collaterals +  Complete risk assessments as required by Northern Rivers Quality Management Department Required Experience Requires minimum of an Associate’s degree and three to four years experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be an adoptive parent (or has custody of a non biological child) Certification related to the position will be required.

Can be obtained post-hire. As an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer, Northern Rivers Family of Services will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, creed, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, transgender status, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, physical and mental disability, criminal record, genetic information, predisposition or carrier status, status with respect to receiving public assistance, domestic violence victim status, a disabled, special, recently separated, active duty wartime, campaign badge, Armed Forces service medal veteran, or any other characteristic protected under applicable law. The Company will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. Job Location Queensbury, New York, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular

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SUMMARY The Technical Product Manager will exhibit genuine interest in solving work problems through proactively asking questions, clearly communicating and collaborating both internally and externally to grow the business. In addition, the Technical Product Manager is responsible for understanding our competition and customers, and showing initiative to learn and continuously improve company processes.

Working closely with the VP Product Management & Marketing, this position will be responsible for the execution of product innovation for CCC. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIESListed in order of relevance: The Product Manager will be responsible to guide internal teams in regards to product architecture, functionality, features and decision prioritization with the overall responsibility for product development success, including overall development cost, schedule, and meeting NPV goals. Translate market needs into Product Requirement Documents (PRD) in accordance with CCC product development methodology and provide ongoing product pricing analysis during product development and early phases of rollout. Interact with different functions in the organization to provide regular updates and communications as part of the solution design review process.

Support Sales and Engineering efforts with customer presentations as well as product training as part of product commercialization and collaborate with Marketing and Sales on product launch packages and/ or contribute to the creation of campaign launch packages. Respond to change productively and handle other duties as required. Follow all company safety policies and procedures.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE * Master’s degree preferred, B.A. Degree required; or equivalent * 7+ years related experience and/ or training; or equivalent combination of education and training

  • Degree in Engineering, Information Technology or equivalent experience is preferred * 5 + years' experience with industrial turbo-machinery operations and control preferred

  • Experience in product design/testing, programming, industrial control, customer support and training preferred KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS * Knowledge of control products and systems, embedded software application

  • Presentation skills

  • Working knowledge of tools necessary to satisfy Marketing functions (database windows, presentation tools, etc.) * Ability to learn new products in a fast-paced development environment, meet deadlines

  • Ability to work across multiple departments and levels of expertise

  • Effective communication skills including public presentations

  • Ability to read, speak, and write in English required.

WORKING CONDITIONS The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Travel will be expected as required.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to manipulate computer input devices, finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk. The employee must have sufficient mobility to enable travel to industrial sites, offices, and facilities.

The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.


  • The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

Location: Des Moines, Iowa

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Early Childhood Educator Job Description

JCC Info:

Job Title: Early Learning School Educator

Department:Early Childhood Engagement- The Early Learning School

Reports to:

Early Childhood Engagement Assistant Director

Date:2017 # Principal Responsibilities:

Early Childhood Educator Job Description

Job Title: Early Learning School Educator

Department:Early Childhood Engagement- The Early Learning School

Reports to:

Early Childhood Engagement Assistant Director


2017 POSITION SUMMARY:The JCC Early Learning School is seeking educators to work full-time Monday- Friday for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates who are Early Childhood Education qualified are preferred but being a qualified teacher is not required.

SHEVA: Our Approach to Early Learning: At our Early Learning School, we recognize each childs unique and special abilities and encourage appreciation and acceptance of all. We develop a warm, nurturing relationship with children and their families, which is how we show them that we care deeply about them. We express joy in who they are, helping them to feel safe and secure. Sheva (which is the Hebrew word for the number seven) outlines a vision of excellence in Jewish early childhood education, allowing JCCs to capitalize on their leadership in the field. It serves as a guidepost to position JCC Early Learning Schools as centers of excellence in their communities, binding them together across the continent. There are 7 core elements of the Sheva Framework: 1. Children as Constructivist Learning 2. Educators as Professionals 3. Directors as Visionaries 4. Environments at Inspiration for Inquiry 5. Parents as Engaged Partners 6. Discover CATCH 7. Israel as the Story of the Jewish People

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES * To collaborate regularly with co teacher(s), colleagues and director to develop a high quality program around a base of observations which support the intellectual, social/emotional, moral and physical development of each child * Health, safety and security of all children

  • Communication and documentation of childrens interactions and experiences

  • Providing a positive, nurturing environment

  • Observation, play-based assessment, and written evaluations of all children

  • Best practice incorporating Colorado Shines and State Licensing protocols

  • Maintain at all times the highest level of professionalism and confidentiality about school and agency SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Children: 1. To help each child develop a positive self-image.

  • To facilitate the child's physical, social, emotional and intellectual growth and development. 3. To encourage child's independence leading to a sense of competency 4. To respect child's right to be an individual.

  • To assist child's awareness of her/his own needs and the rights of others

  • To facilitate each child in the verbalization of feeling and emotions.

Teaching: * To provide a positive climate for learning, growth and development

  • To comply with Colorado Shines and State Licensing Protocols

  • To offer a wide variety of provocations, materials and experiences which encourage the child to learn about her/himself and her/his environment

  • To maintain classroom and school environment in order to promote the health and safety of all children as well as an aesthetically pleasing and organized environment.

  • To set consistent limits using positive language and providing emotional safety for each child

  • To work with and incorporate suggestions from the Pedagogical Leader and Inclusion Coordinator

  • To assess the developmental stages of children and maintain records, including writing conference forms based on work samples and observations.

  • To document children's learning as instructional/curriculum tool through portfolio, observational checklist, play-based assessment, digital camera, journals or other methods as determined by the administrative team

  • To review files of all children in your classroom and extended day groups, noting allergies or special traits pertinent to the maximization of child's potential

  • To be familiar with and use computer, internet and digital equipment for curriculum development, implementation and related school activities

  • To meet for supervisory direction as appropriate

  • To attend all staff meetings and professional development opportunities including learning communities and cohort learning

  • To participate with co-teacher(s) in regular planning to reflect on the program and to forecast future projects in the emergent curriculum.

  • To support an emergent curriculum approach.

  • To utilize the environment as the third teacher in the room.

  • Meet regularly with pedagogical team to incorporate specials into existing classroom learning

  • Create classroom practices that are developmentally appropriate for all children

Parents: * Establish positive, interactive relationships with families through informal conversations, feedback and conferences.

  • To aid parent and child in the adjustment to school

  • To inform parents about developmental stages of young children and about developmentally appropriate curriculum

  • To participate in scheduled parent conferences several times a year

  • To communicate daily with parents of each child and weekly in writing through a digital format

  • To be professional at all times, and embody the principles of good customer service in work with parents

  • To be empathetic to the parent's experience and their relationship to their child.

ORGANIZATION COMMITMENTS:To understand and adhere to the mission and philosophy of the Robert E Loup Jewish Community Center and to participate in agency-wide meetings, when needed.

DECISIONS MADE IN CONSULTATION WITH:The director of the JCC Early Learning Center, and when appropriate, other Early Learning Center Central Team. QUALIFICATIONS/BASIC JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Education: The ideal candidate will hold a B.A. Early Childhood Education or related field (i.e. elementary education, social work, psychology) or A.A. in Early Childhood Education.


: Must be ECE certified or willing to become certified within one year of hire.Knowledge of best practices, a strong image of a child as a competent and capable learner. Good classroom management skills, oral and written language skills and excellent communication skills with parents, children and colleagues. Must be welcoming and warm toward children and must enjoy working with young children and their families. Must be able to multi-task and juggle competing priorities while keeping child safety at the forefront at all times. Must be interested in continuing professional development and view yourself as a life long learner. Working Conditions and Physical Requirements: Responsible for the emotional and physical care of young children.Fast paced, high energy working environment. Requires daily outside playground duties. Ability to climb stairs or hill to outside space for a variety of activities. Must be able to climb stairs with children between floors or in an emergency situation. Ability to continually bend, kneel and reach. Lift and carry young children, 30-40 pounds, on a regular basis and up to 50 pounds occasionally. Frequently stoop or squat to be at childs eye level. Frequently sits on floor or in very small chairs. Must work during professional development weeks and must coordinate with ELS Assistant Director to schedule vacation periods. Usually no vacation can be taken in September, and there may be other periods when time off is not granted due to school needs.


Minimum Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS/BASIC JOB REQUIREMENTS: Education: The ideal candidate will hold a B.A. Early Childhood Education or related field (i.e. elementary education, social work, psychology) or A.A. in Early Childhood Education. Skill/Knowledge

: Must be ECE certified or willing to become certified within one year of hire.Knowledge of best practices, a strong image of a child as a competent and capable learner. Good classroom management skills, oral and written language skills and excellent communication skills with parents, children and colleagues. Must be welcoming and warm toward children and must enjoy working with young children and their families. Must be able to multi-task and juggle competing priorities while keeping child safety at the forefront at all times. Must be interested in continuing professional development and view yourself as a life long learner. Working Conditions and Physical Requirements: Responsible for the emotional and physical care of young children.Fast paced, high energy working environment. Requires daily outside playground duties. Ability to climb stairs or hill to outside space for a variety of activities. Must be able to climb stairs with children between floors or in an emergency situation. Ability to continually bend, kneel and reach. Lift and carry young children, 30-40 pounds, on a regular basis and up to 50 pounds occasionally. Frequently stoop or squat to be at childs eye level. Frequently sits on floor or in very small chairs. Must work during professional development weeks and must coordinate with ELS Assistant Director to schedule vacation periods. Usually no vacation can be taken in September, and there may be other periods when time off is not granted due to school needs.

Date Posted: 05/22/2017 Title: Early Childhood Educator Job Description JCC: Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center Location: Denver, CO

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Foster Adoption Specialist

Foster Adoption Specialist At ResCare Date Posted: 5/3/2017 APPLY Not ready to Apply? Job Description ResCare Title:

Foster Adoption Specialist Job Category: Direct Care/Operations Line of Business: Workforce Services About ResCare Join us in transforming peoples' lives and their communities!

ResCare is a one-of-a-kind human services company offering services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, home care for seniors, as well as education, vocational training, and job placement for people of all ages and skill levels. Right now, we have an exciting opportunity for you to join our team as a Foster Adoption Specialist. In this position, you will play a vital and positive role in helping our clients with intellectual, cognitive, or developmental disabilities achieve their fullest potential.

Are you passionate about helping others? Don’t miss this opportunity to find career success and fulfillment while you help people reach their highest level of independence! Apply today! ResCare.

Where Care Meets Career. Foster Adoption Specialist Responsibilities Foster Adopt Specialists are responsible for providing support and case management to resource families including assisting alllicensing requirements to become foster and adopting families. Foster Adopt Specialists will participate as a member of the DESservice team and will participate in ongoing case planning, Child and Family Team Meetings and Team decision meetings.

FosterAdopt Specialists are responsible for scheduling a pre-screening/mutual assessment of resource families as well as summarizing theirfindings in a home study which then get sent to the State for licensing approval. Foster Adopt Specialists are responsible for weeklyand monthly home monitoring of licensed foster homes. Foster Adopt Specialists are responsible for developing a ProfessionalDevelopment Plan for each resource parent to ensure training and support for each family. Foster Adopt Specialists also coordinaterespite services for each resource family and will assist each family in accessing behavioral health services.

  • Participates in ongoing case planning

  • Participates in CFT and TDM meetings + Completes all DES documentation as required by contract + Upon admission, and when needed thereafter, coordinates services with DES to ensure resource families remain qualified.

  • Makes initial contact with resource family within 3 business days of receiving parent information

  • Ensures resource family participates in all required training for licensure + Assists resource families in completion of paperwork necessary for licensure + Effectively manages assigned caseload in a manner that promotes clinically sound, cost effective care + Assists eligible clients and family with process of enrollment and ongoing accessing of services with appropriate RBHA + Shares relevant information in a timely manner with other CFT members to insure for a comprehensive, coordinated effort in the provision of appropriate services to assigned clients + Assists in coordinating contact between child and resource families as well as biological family when clinically appropriate + Will make a minimum quarterly in-home visit for experienced foster families + Will make weekly in-home visits to newly licensed homes when children are placed with them + Will make face to face contact with the child in placement to ensure the child feels safe at least once per month + For foster homes providing care to medically fragile children, in-home visits will be made monthly or as needed to ensure the child is receiving adequate care + Will document all interactions and submit documentation to DES within 15 days of any visit + Plans include training and services requested by the resource parent + Crisis intervention services will be outlined in the plan

  • Time frames for training and support will be identified + Link resources families to licensed respite care providers + Resource families will be offered a minimum of 144 hours or 6 days of respite coverage per fiscal year + In conjunction with DES and the client’s Child and Family Team, assists the family in identifying natural support systems within the community, providing guidance in how to utilize these resources effectively + Informs all members of the Child and Family Team of all significant treatment changes and adjustments in a timely manner, including the team in treatment decisions whenever possible + Utilizes the CFT process to reduce the occurrence of multiple placement disruptions + Completes program data collection as requested and/or required + Consistently maintains appropriate documentation in a timely, thorough, & professional manner + Other duties assigned Specific Requirements The Foster Adopt Specialist must have the ability to interact with culturally diverse families in a supportive, professional manner. Minimum age requirement is 21 years; ability to effectively and professionally communicate (verbal and written) with all levels of personnel internal and external to the company; capable of working responsibly with highly confidential information and of maintaining composure under duress; ability to multi-task and demonstrate good organizational skills; must be able to work independently as well as part of a team; must have working knowledge of computers and software, including

Word, Excel, e-mail, and other usual and customary office programs; must meet all agency requirements for preemployment as required by ResCare and/or state regulations. Evening and weekend work hours may be required. Additional Information EDUCATION: FOSTER ADOPT SPECIALIST SHALL HAVE A BACHELOR'S DEGREE FROM A UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE AND HAVETRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE IN THE FIELD OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE.Benefits In addition to meeting your passion for making a difference in people's lives and career advancement, opportunities you may also be offered: + Competitive pay based on experience + Medical, Dental, Vision Benefits + Suite of voluntary insurance options + 401(k) + Paid Time Off + Holidays + Performance incentives + Company Discount Purchasing Program + Cell phone Service + Ford and Chrysler Automobiles + Furniture + Appliances + Staples discounts + Employee Assistance Program + Legal Assistance Program + Tuition Reimbursement + Predictive Full-time, 40 Hour Plus Schedule + Part-time and On-call shifts available (less than 30 hours) Don't miss this opportunity to find career success and fulfillment while you assist people to reach their highest level of independence. ResCare does not discriminate against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, national origin, religion, disability, age, veteran status, or sexual orientation in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment, or on the basis of gender in its health programs and activities. Email: rcashwell@rescare.com 1930 S. Alma School Road Ste A118 , Mesa, AZ 85210 USA APPLY Not ready to Apply? Job Snapshot Employee Type: Not Specified Location: Mesa, AZ Job Type: Full-Time Experience: Not Specified Date Posted: 5/3/2017 Check out Our Similar Jobs + Social Worker Jobs | + School Social Worker Jobs | + Case Worker Jobs |

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