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Local Language Interpreter

Description: 
Spoken language interpreters facilitate communication between individuals who are not sufficiently proficient in the same spoken language. Interpreting services can be rendered on-site or remotely via telephone or video. We are looking for candidates for the following languages: Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Russian, Romanian, Ukrainian, Japanese, Somali, and Arabic.

Requirements:

  • At least 18 years of age.
  • High school diploma or GED from an accredited school in the United States of America, or an equivalent diploma from another country. Some College Preferred.
  • Fluent in English and another language.
  • At least 1 year experience as an Interpreter
Bonus Points:
Minimum 2 years experience in the translation industry (preferred)
Company Description
Mindlink Resources, LLC specializes in placing technical, linguistic and creative talent with companies working with global  content. To learn more, visit www.mindlinkresources.com.
Mindlink Resources, LLC is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, mental or physical disability, or veteran status.

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Experienced Climber Trimmer / Aerial Lift Operator With CDL

We are currently seeking a EXPERIENCED AERIAL LIFT OPERATOR to join our team. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Under the direct supervision of the Foreperson, an Experienced Aerial Lift Operator: Plans, assigns, directs, checks, and coordinates work. Responsible for quality and quantity of production and for following safe practices and rules while clearing and trimming trees and brush away from utility lines.

Must be familiar with the electrical hazard. Removes branches and tree material. Climbs trees near energized power lines.

Operates a Bucket near energized lines. Cleans up and disposes of all debris. Operates and services equipment, such as gasoline, hydraulic tools, power saws, power winches, bucket, chipper, and sprayers.

Uses hand-tools, such as axes, hand-lines, saws, block and tackle, pruners, etc. Sprays brush and stumps, making proper and selective application of herbicides. Obtains written or oral permission from property owners to trim or remove trees or perform other work on property.

Arranges with customer or property owner to obtain access, advises of interruption, explains work to be done, etc. Promotes and maintains good customer and public relations through the effective accomplishment of assigned work and the appropriate behavior of employees on the crew. Safeguards employees and the public from hazards in and around work area Cooperates with customers, police, and fire departments when blocking street or driveways.

Sets up barriers, warning signs, flags, markers, etc. to protect employees and public. Performs tree and bucket rescue. Trains new personnel.

Works in all temperatures and will be exposed to nature i.e., irritating plants and biting or stinging insects. Works near energized parts or equipment. Works in traffic.

Works around excessive noise from machines, jackhammers, gas drills and other equipment with proper hearing protection. Possesses working knowledge and be able to identify tree and shrub species. Exposed to hazards of working near power equipment, traffic, high voltage wires, and falling limbs.

Minimum Requirements Due to the inherently dangerous nature of the industry and requirements to work with or around hazardous equipment, employees must be able to maintain attention and concentration for extended periods of time. Must be able to wear necessary PPE as necessary. Must be able to enter and exit a vehicle numerous times a day.

Must be able to withstand exposure to all kinds of weather while completing work assignments, i.e., rain, heat, sun, cold. Must be able to stand for extended periods of time. Must be able to read and comprehend written and verbal job instructions/information.

Must be able to verbally communicate with other crew members and fully understand instructions and information.

Must be familiar with electrical hazards. Work demands physical energy, twisting, some lifting ability, and hand-to-eye coordination.

Uses machines, tools, equipment, and work aides used include chainsaws, hydraulic tools, and hand tools as required. Must have transportation to and from the show up location. Must pass a pre-employment drug test.

Must pass a background check / MVR according to region guidelines.

Must have a valid CDL. Physical Requirements:

Activity:

R O F C Activity: R O F C Standing X Seeing X Walking X Reading X Sitting X Reaching X Stooping X Range of Motion X Kneeling X Hearing - Speech Range X Squatting X Depth Perception X Body Twisting X Color Vision X Crawling X Lifting X Sense of Touch X Carrying X Manual Dexterity X Pushing X Speaking Clearly X Pulling X Seeing Distant X Climbing Ladders X Climbing On/Off Truck X Climbing Stairs X Climbing X Balancing X Gripping X Lifting up to 10 lbs X Lifting over 10 lbs to 50 lbs X Lifting up to 50 lbs X Rarely = less than 10% Occasionally =up to 33% Frequently = up to 66% Continuously = 67% to 100% Individuals must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without a reasonable accommodation. Individuals with a disability who desire a reasonable accommodation should contact the ADA Coordinator at 1-800-248-8733, ext 1339. An Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and vets.



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Aerial Communications/Networking Engineer

JobTitle Aerial Communications/Networking Engineer

Job Highlights As a Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC), MITRE staff are tasked with applying their skills to impact programmatic and technical decisions of highest importance to the country. The MITRE Corporation’s Aerial Communications Department supports communication capabilities of both manned and unmanned aerial platforms used by the United States military and International partners.

The Aerial Communications Department is in a unique position; while our work is applied to airborne platforms, we are responsible for developing communication capabilities that span the Space, Aerial, Terrestrial, Nuclear, and Cyber military operational domains. This provides staff an opportunity to work and grow their technical and leadership skills across a broad spectrum of disciplines. The department’s primary areas of concentration are in RF communications, networking, modeling & simulation, system integration, as well as software programming.

Early-career staff may opt to develop in-depth technical expertise in one of the areas of concentration or develop a broad skillset across the breadth of concentration areas. Examples of new early-career hire tasks include: 1. Characterize the RF, interference rejection, and networking performance of military communications systems in a hands-on laboratory environment.

Analyze, document, and present the results to impact airborne communication systems designs and operations. 2. Prototype communications systems with software defined radio (SDR) technology to verify specifications and investigate waveform enhancements. 3. Develop software models to simulate air-to-ground communications channels, and emulate the channels with hardware to characterize the impacts of various signal propagation effects on aerial communications performance, as well as ways to improve it. 4.

Become familiar with a specific embedded system (e.g., GPS, data link terminal) and its operation to assist in defining system test approaches, collecting performance data, and defining and implementing software improvements. 5. Develop a 6 degrees-of-freedom Kalman filter model for modeling aircraft trajectories to be used in a high fidelity communication simulation and modeling tool. 6. Development and implementation of a simulation framework for modeling different types of antenna search algorithms in a C++ based data link simulator and MATLAB. The ideal candidate will be pursuing a career in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Systems Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or similar field, with a focus on communications, networking, or other relevant technical discipline. Why Should I Consider MITRE? Working at MITRE at http://www.mitre.org/careers/working-at-mitre

Key Functions • An interest in wireless communications, networking, modeling & simulation, analysis, or other similar technical disciplines. • Strong, hierarchical problem solving skills • Ability to effectively write and present technical material • Ability to work effectively in a collaborative team environment. • Understanding of wireless communications, networking technologies, or digital signal processing • "Hands-on" skills (e.g. RF laboratory test equipment or GNU Radio) OR familiarity with computer skills such as C++, MATLAB, Mathematica, OPNET, Systems Tool Kit or similar modeling tools.

Location

MA: Bedford Campus

Required Skills: Currently pursuing (or recently received) a degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Systems Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or similar field, with an interest in communications or other relevant technical disciplines Minimum Education/ Experience

BS Travel Statement *This position will require overnight travel up to 10 % of the time as well as some local travel.

Clearance

Secret

Clearance Statement Applicants selected for this position will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information or applicants who are eligible for security clearances.

Relocation Assistance Provided

Yes

Career Level

Entry Level

Professional Area

Engineering

Req ID 29780BR



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OSP / Aerial Technician - Kalamazoo, MI

OSP / Aerial Technician - Kalamazoo, MI Location: Kalamazoo, MI Job Code: 733 # of Openings: 1 Description OSP / Aerial Technician Aero Communications provides outsourced fulfillment, construction maintenance and project-based wireless infrastructure services to large cable and telecommunications companies throughout the U.S. At Aero, we pride ourselves in promoting a culture that challenges and engages each of our employees. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do! We are relentless in our continual pursuit to provide innovative solutions to our customer's concerns. We are currently seeking an EXPERIENCED Outside Plant / Aerial Technician that must be willing to travel. The office is based out of Kalamazoo, MI. Responsibilities: + Climb telephone poles and ladders, enter tunnels, buildings, vaults, trenches, attics, crawl spaces or man holes to place, maintain or remove wiring or equipment in remote and rough terrain locations.

  • Perform construction work such as digging holes, placing poles, laying fiber in the ground, unreeling, pulling and stringing wire and fiber from pole to pole by perceiving differences in wire and fiber colors to place fiber cable from NAPs through conduit or attach pole lines to customer business or distribution points.

  • Perform work with heavy-duty power equipment and hand tools in the construction, repair and maintenance of outside plant facilities by loading tools and equipment onto trucks and/or trailers.

  • Dismantle, move or remove aerial, underground or building wire, cable, associated equipment, poles and hardware as per the customer and supervisory order.

  • Perform various splicing operations on coaxial cable and fiber optic cable.

  • Move, lift, or pull weights of 100 pounds or more to operate power equipment such as compressors, pumps, blowers, winches and hydraulic equipment such as aerial lifts (buckets), diggers, directional bore rigs, and trenchers. Must be able to lift or move manhole covers or similar items.

  • Responsible for the correct, safe and efficient locating and marking of underground utilities by thoroughly searching for underground plant in an area. Properly mark the location and complete the necessary paperwork.

  • Complete and supply necessary documentation for daily reporting..

  • Qualifications : + High school diploma or equivalent.

  • Able to read and understand maps and blue prints.

  • Able to read and understand written or verbal instructions and work orders.

  • Basic Microsoft Office computer skills.

  • Able to work outside in all types of weather.

  • Able to lift, handle, and carry an 80-pound ladder and meet ladder safety requirements.

  • Able to work at heights of 3-25 ft.

  • Able to frequently bend, stand, walk, sit, crawl, climb, and lift throughout each day. Required to reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel or crouch to wire cables and string wire.

  • Able to operate bucket trucks and aerial lifts.

  • Must pass a background check, drug test, and motor vehicle check.

  • Must possess a valid driver’s license. Aero offers medical, dental, vision and medical/dependent care flexible spending accounts. We also offer additional benefits including life and disability insurance, a 401k and paid vacation. Aero Communications is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status or other protected characteristic. Aero Communications participates in E-Verify and is a drug-free workplace.

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Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operator

OVERVIEWUnmanned aerial vehicle operators are remote pilots of unmanned observation aircraft that gather intelligence used in operational tactics. As intelligence specialists, they are integral to providing Army personnel with information about enemy forces and battle areas.JOB DUTIESConduct air reconnaissance, surveillance, targeting and acquisition missions

Plan and analyze flight missions

Perform preflight, in-flight and post-flight checks and procedures

Launch and recover airframe from runway

Perform maintenance on communications equipment, power sources, light- and heavy-wheeled vehicles, and crane operationsTRAININGTen weeks of Basic Combat Training and over 32 weeks of Advanced Individual Training with on-the-job instruction. Part of this time is spent in the classroom, and part in the field.Advanced Individual Training: 32 weeks at Fort Huachuca, AZSome of the skills you'll learn are:Performing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance simulation missions

Preparing maps, charts and intelligence reports

Analyzing aerial photographs

Using computer systems HELPFUL SKILLSInterest in remote/radio control vehicles

Ability to organize information and study its meaning

Ability to think and write clearly

Attention to detailFUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERSThe skills you learn will help prepare you for a career with federal government agencies such as the CIA or the National Security Agency. It can also prepare you for other fields such as research or business planning.


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Certified Healthcare Interpreter (Chi) Or Certified Medical Interpreter (Cmi) - Arabic

Provides language interpretation for limited English proficient patients and families in patient care areas. For more information regarding the physical requirements and environmental conditions for this job, please click here at https://hr.mc.vanderbilt.edu/careers/requirements/PhysicalRequirementsGroup32.pdf .

Key Functions and Expected Performances: 1.

Core Accountabilities a. Organizational Impact:

Executes job responsibilities with the understanding of how output would affect and impact other areas related to own job area/team with occasional guidance. b. Problem Solving/Complexity of Work: Analyzes moderately complex problems using technical experience and judgment. c.

Breadth of Knowledge: Has expanded knowledge gained through experience within a professional area. d. Team Interaction: Provides informal guidance and support to team members. 2.

Key Responsibilities a.

Serves as an interpreter for Limited English Proficient (LEP) patients and families, thus facilitating understanding in communication between people who are speaking different languages. b.

Adheres to the NCIHC Standards of Practice for Interpreters in Health Care and National Code of Ethics for Interpreters in Healthcare and the IMIA Medical Interpreters Standards of Practice, Code of Ethics and Guide on Medical Interpreter Ethical Conduct. c. Interprets for patients and providers in the Clinics and Hospitals via onsite, the telephone or video remote interpreting (VRI). d. Advocates on behalf of the medical center and patient by carefully balancing the ethics of patient autonomy and impartiality with need for supporting patient care and well being by intervening to make suggestions to provider as appropriate regarding patient care, accessibility to services and other patient needs. e.

Provides accurate and complete translation and /or proofreading assistance to staff translator and program coordinator as appropriate and requested. f. Understands the cultures associated with the languages he or she interprets, including biomedical culture. g. Contributes to the organization by actively participating in process improvement initiatives and shared decision making. 3.

Core Capabilities: Supporting Colleagues a.

Develops Self and Others: Invests time, energy and enthusiasm in developing self/others to help improve performance and gain knowledge in new areas b. Builds and Maintains Relationships:

Maintains regular contact with key colleagues and stakeholders using formal and informal opportunities to expand and strengthen relationships c. Communicates Effectively: Recognizes group interactions and modifies one's own communication style to suit different situations and audiences 4.

Core Capabilities: Delivering Excellent Services a.

Serves Others with Compassion: Seeks to understand current and future needs of relevant stakeholders and customizes services to better address them b. Solves Complex Problems:

Approaches problems from different angles; Identifies new possibilities to interpret opportunities and develop concrete solutions c. Offers Meaningful Advice and Support: Provides ongoing support and coaching in a constructive manner to increase employees' effectiveness 5.

Core Capabilities: Ensuring High Quality a.

Performs excellent work: Engages regularly in formal and informal dialogue about quality; directly addresses quality issues promptly b. Ensures continuous improvement:

Applies various learning experiences by looking beyond symptoms to uncover underlying causes of problems and identifies ways to resolve them c. Fulfills safety and regulatory requirements: Understands all aspects of providing a safe environment and performs routine safety checks to prevent safety hazards from occurring 6.

Core Capabilities: Managing Resources Effectively a.

Demonstrates Accountability: Demonstrates a sense of ownership, focusing on and driving critical issues to closure b. Stewards Organizational Resources:

Applies understanding of the departmental work to effectively manage resources for a department/area c. Makes Data Driven Decisions: Demonstrates strong understanding of the information or data to identify and elevate opportunities 7.

Core Capabilities: Fostering Innovation a.

Generates New Ideas: Proactively identifies new ideas/opportunities from multiple sources or methods to improve processes beyond conventional approaches b.

Applies Technology:

Demonstrates an enthusiasm for learning new technologies, tools, and procedures to address short-term challenges c. Adapts to Change: Views difficult situations and/or problems as opportunities for improvement; actively embraces change instead of emphasizing negative elements 8.

Technical Capabilities a. Language Translation:

Demonstrates the uppermost levels of expertise in language translation in challenging and complex situations. Displays the ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns, relationships, or the like, and to create meaningful new ideas, forms, methods, and interpretations. Often takes a lead role in highly pressurized situations when there is a need to achieve results.

Consistently delivers translation results in a creative and imaginative manner while setting a standard for others. b. Listening: Demonstrates excellence in listening and often requested by others to summarize and interpret what transpired at meetings and during conversations. Demonstrates reflective listening by using phrases such as "Do I hear you saying....?? or "It sounds like...." Perseveres until all key points are explained.

Always gives speakers the feeling of comfort and interest, focusing intently on the subject. Formulates responses and draws conclusions only after speakers are finished. c. Patient Rights:

Possesses sufficient fundamental proficiency to successfully demonstrate patient rights in practical applications of moderate difficulty. Job requires High school graduate or GED and 1 year of experience or the equivalent. Licensure, Certification, and/or Registration (LCR): Certified Healthcare Interpreter, Certified Medical Interpreter

JobProfessional and Managerial

Organization:Interpreter Services 201302

Title:Certified Healthcare Interpreter (CHI) or Certified Medical Interpreter (CMI) - Arabic

Location:TN-Nashville-Vanderbilt Hospital (VUH)

Requisition ID:1700197



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Laborer - Aerial Laborer - Bristol

Laborer - Aerial Laborers : Under general supervision, this position performs tasks associated with the construction/upgrade of cable television or telephone systems. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ability to dig pits, trenches and/or indentations manually or mechanically

  • Ability to safely identify utilities in the trench/bore path.

  • Ability to restore and landscape disturbed areas of the jobsite

  • Ability to safely and correctly stub-up conduit and wire + Performs site set-up and clean-up

  • Ability to clean vehicles, trailers, tools and equipment

  • Ability to safely and correctly direct multi-directional traffic with appropriate signage

  • Ability to follow simple instructions QUALIFICATIONS + Must have an understanding of basic construction principles + Must have ability to follow directions + Must have the ability to operate manual and mechanical equipment necessary to complete jobs + Must have or able to obtain knowledge of “safety systems” associated with trenching and/or drilling including set-up and emergency procedures ON-CALL AND TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS This position may require being on call. Employee will respond to emergency call between the hours of 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.

    This position may require weekend work, night work and/or overnight travel. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE A High School Diploma or general education degree (GED); or one (1) to three (3) months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS Must be able to drive a manual transmission vehicle and have a valid Class D drivers license. __________________________________________________________________ Our Company is an equal employment opportunity employer.

    The Company’s policy is not to discriminate against any applicant or employee based on race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. The Company also prohibits harassment of applicants or employees based on any of these protected categories. It is also the Company’s policy to comply with all applicable state and federal laws respecting consideration of unemployment status in making hiring decisions. __________________________________________________________________ When you apply for this job, you will be asked to answer questions regarding your criminal background.

    Answering “Yes” to the criminal background questions will not automatically bar you from employment. A criminal background check will be conducted following any conditional offer of employment. Only those crimes which are substantially related to the position you are seeking will be considered.

    Please note that for certain contractors with whom we do business, based on the nature of their operation, the type of offense and related factors may affect your assignment to that contractor. Factors that will be taken into account include: (1) The facts or circumstances surrounding the offense or conduct; (2) the number of offenses for which you were convicted or plea was entered; (3) your age at the time of conviction or plea, or release from prison; (4) any evidence that you performed the same or similar type of work, post conviction/plea, with the same or different employers, with no known incidents of criminal conduct; (5) the length and consistency of employment history before and after the offense or conduct; (6) any rehabilitation efforts, e.g. education/training; (7) any employment or character references and any other information regarding your fitness for the particular position; and/or (8) whether you are bonded under a federal, state, or local bonding program. For applicants residing in and/or applying for a position in a state or locality listed below, please review the specific directions below before submitting your application.

    CALIFORNIA APPLICANTS:

    Do not identify any misdemeanor conviction for which probation has been successfully completed or otherwise discharged and the case has been dismissed by a court. Also, do not identify marijuana related convictions entered by the court more than 2 years ago that involve: unlawful possession of marijuana; transportation or giving away of up to 28.5 grams of marijuana, other than concentrated cannabis, or the offering to transport or give away up to 28.5 grams of marijuana, other than concentrated cannabis; possession of paraphernalia used to smoke marijuana; being in a place with knowledge that marijuana was being used; or being under the influence of marijuana.

    Also, do not identify any arrest or detention that did not result in a conviction or any record of a referral to, and participation in, any pretrial or post trial diversion program. (SAN FRANCISCO APPLICANTS:

    Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS AFTER THE FIRST INTERVIEW. When answering such questions, please do not disclose any misdemeanor and felony convictions that occurred more than seven years prior to the inquiry or : (a) arrests other than those which charges are still pending, (b) completion of any diversion program, (c) sealed or juvenile offenses, or (d) infractions that are not felonies or misdemeanors.) CONNECTICUT APPLICANTS:

    Do not identify any arrest, criminal charge or conviction the records of which have been erased by a court based on sections 46b-146, 54-76o or 54-142a of the Connecticut General Statutes. Criminal records subject to erasure under these sections are records concerning a finding of delinquency or the fact that a child was a member of a family with service needs, an adjudication as a youthful offender, a criminal charge that was dismissed or not prosecuted, a criminal charge for which the person was found not guilty, or a conviction for which the offender received an absolute pardon. Any person whose criminal records have been judicially erased under one or more of these sections is deemed to have never been arrested within the meaning of the law as it applies to the particular proceedings that have been erased, and may so swear under oath.

    GEORGIA APPLICANTS:

    Do not identify any verdict or plea of guilty or nolo contendere that was discharged by the court under Georgia’s First Offender Act. HAWAII APPLICANTS:

    Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. Please limit your responses to any convictions within the past 10 years, excluding any period of time when you were incarcerated. IOWA APPLICANTS:

    Convictions will not automatically be a bar to employment, but the job, and the time, nature and seriousness of the crime will be considered. MARYLAND APPLICANTS: UNDER MARYLAND LAW, AN EMPLOYER MAY NOT REQUIRE OR DEMAND, AS A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT, PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYMENT OR CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT, THAT ANY INDIVIDUAL SUBMIT TO OR TAKE A LIE DETECTOR OR SIMILAR TEST.

    AN EMPLOYER WHO VIOLATES THIS LAW IS GUILTY OF A MISDEMEANOR AND SUBJECT TO A FINE NOT EXCEEDING $100. MASSACHUSETTS APPLICANTS:

    Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.

    You do not have to identify any record relating to prior arrests, criminal court appearances or convictions for which the record has been sealed and is on file with the Commissioner of Probation. You also do not have to identify prior arrests, court appearances and adjudications in cases of delinquency or as a child in need of services which did not result in a complaint transferred to the superior court for criminal prosecution. You also do not have to identify (1) an arrest, detention or disposition regarding any violation of law in which no conviction resulted; (2) first-time misdemeanor convictions for drunkenness, simple assault, speeding, minor traffic violations, affray or disturbance of the peace; and (3) convictions for other misdemeanors where the date of conviction or the end of any period of incarceration was more than 5 years ago, unless there have been subsequent convictions within those 5 years.

    It is unlawful in Massachusetts to require or administer a lie detector test as a condition of employment or continued employment. An employer who violates this law shall be subject to criminal penalties and civil liability. MICHIGAN APPLICANTS:

    Do not identify any misdemeanor arrests, detentions or dispositions that did not result in conviction. MINNESOTA APPLICANTS:

    Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED OF SELECTION FOR AN INTERVIEW, OR IF NO INTERVIEW, WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.

    NEBRASKA APPLICANTS:

    Do not identify a sealed juvenile record of arrest, custody, complaint, disposition, diversion, adjudication or sentence. NEVADA APPLICANTS:

    Please note that the discharge and dismissal of certain first time drug offenses, after the accused has completed probation and any required treatment or educational programs, does not constitute a “conviction” for purposes of employment. NEW YORK APPLICANTS: You may answer “no record” concerning any criminal proceeding that terminated in your favor, per section 160.50 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; any criminal proceeding that terminated in a “youthful offender adjudication,” as defined in section 720.35 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; any conviction for a “violation” that already has been sealed by the court, per section 160.55 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; and any conviction that was sealed pursuant to section 160.58 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law in connection with the licensing, employment or providing of credit or insurance. (BUFFALO APPLICANTS:

    Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS AFTER BEING INTERVIEWED IN PERSON OR BY TELEPHONE.) NEW JERSEY APPLICANTS (NEWARK ONLY): Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.

    You are not required to identify: (1) convictions for indictable offenses that are more than eight years old, measured from the date of sentencing; (2) disorderly person convictions or municipal ordinance violations that are more than five years old, measured from the date of sentencing; or (3) juvenile adjudications of delinquency; or criminal charges that never resulted in a conviction (4) records that have been erased, expunged, the subject of executive pardon or otherwise legally nullified. OHIO APPLICANTS:

    Do not report any arrest or conviction for a minor misdemeanor drug violation as defined under Ohio Rev. Code 2925.11. PENNSYLVANIA APPLICANTS:

    Do not identify convictions for summary offenses. (PHILADELPHIA APPLICANTS:

    Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.) RHODE ISLAND APPLICANTS:

    Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.

    The Company is subject to Chapters 29-38 of Title 28 of the General Laws of Rhode Island, and is therefore covered by the state’s workers’ compensation law. WASHINGTON APPLICANTS:

    Do not identify any conviction entered by the court more than 10 years ago unless some period of incarceration resulting from that conviction took place within the last ten years. (SEATTLE APPLICANTS:

    Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.)

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Telephone/Cable Aerial Lineman

Pauley Construction is seeking an experienced telephone and copper/fiber cable aerial cable linemen. TELCO experience is a Plus.
Applicant with a CDL-A license with air brakes preferred. Lineman must have the ability to climb poles while adhering to all aerial safety requirements. Reporting office is located in Fontana CA but may be expected to travel to other areas.
Applicants must have the ability to work overtime and weekends as needed Pauley Construction is a telecommunications contractor. FT hourly positions include med insurance & 401K. Applicants must have a valid driver license, with a clean driving history.
We are a drug free company. We E-verify upon hire. Paid Time Off and Holiday pay available. __________________________________________________________________ Our Company is an equal employment opportunity employer.
The Company's policy is not to discriminate against any applicant or employee based on race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. The Company also prohibits harassment of applicants or employees based on any of these protected categories. It is also the Company's policy to comply with all applicable state and federal laws respecting consideration of unemployment status in making hiring decisions. __________________________________________________________________ When you apply for this job, you will be asked to answer questions regarding your criminal background.
Answering “Yes” to the criminal background questions will not automatically bar you from employment. A criminal background check will be conducted following any conditional offer of employment. Only those crimes which are substantially related to the position you are seeking will be considered.
Please note that for certain contractors with whom we do business, based on the nature of their operation, the type of offense and related factors may affect your assignment to that contractor. Factors that will be taken into account include: (1) The facts or circumstances surrounding the offense or conduct; (2) the number of offenses for which you were convicted or plea was entered; (3) your age at the time of conviction or plea, or release from prison; (4) any evidence that you performed the same or similar type of work, post conviction/plea, with the same or different employers, with no known incidents of criminal conduct; (5) the length and consistency of employment history before and after the offense or conduct; (6) any rehabilitation efforts, e.g. education/training; (7) any employment or character references and any other information regarding your fitness for the particular position; and/or (8) whether you are bonded under a federal, state, or local bonding program. For applicants residing in and/or applying for a position in a state or locality listed below, please review the specific directions below before submitting your application.
CALIFORNIA APPLICANTS:
Do not identify any misdemeanor conviction for which probation has been successfully completed or otherwise discharged and the case has been dismissed by a court. Also, do not identify marijuana related convictions entered by the court more than 2 years ago that involve: unlawful possession of marijuana; transportation or giving away of up to 28.5 grams of marijuana, other than concentrated cannabis, or the offering to transport or give away up to 28.5 grams of marijuana, other than concentrated cannabis; possession of paraphernalia used to smoke marijuana; being in a place with knowledge that marijuana was being used; or being under the influence of marijuana.
Also, do not identify any arrest or detention that did not result in a conviction or any record of a referral to, and participation in, any pretrial or post trial diversion program. (SAN FRANCISCO APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS AFTER THE FIRST INTERVIEW. When answering such questions, please do not disclose any misdemeanor and felony convictions that occurred more than seven years prior to the inquiry or : (a) arrests other than those which charges are still pending, (b) completion of any diversion program, (c) sealed or juvenile offenses, or (d) infractions that are not felonies or misdemeanors.) California:
LOS ANGELES APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. CONNECTICUT APPLICANTS:
Do not identify any arrest, criminal charge or conviction the records of which have been erased by a court based on sections 46b-146, 54-76o or 54-142a of the Connecticut General Statutes. Criminal records subject to erasure under these sections are records concerning a finding of delinquency or the fact that a child was a member of a family with service needs, an adjudication as a youthful offender, a criminal charge that was dismissed or not prosecuted, a criminal charge for which the person was found not guilty, or a conviction for which the offender received an absolute pardon. Any person whose criminal records have been judicially erased under one or more of these sections is deemed to have never been arrested within the meaning of the law as it applies to the particular proceedings that have been erased, and may so swear under oath.
GEORGIA APPLICANTS:
Do not identify any verdict or plea of guilty or nolo contendere that was discharged by the court under Georgia's First Offender Act. HAWAII APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. Please limit your responses to any convictions within the past 10 years, excluding any period of time when you were incarcerated. IOWA APPLICANTS:
Convictions will not automatically be a bar to employment, but the job, and the time, nature and seriousness of the crime will be considered. MARYLAND APPLICANTS: UNDER MARYLAND LAW, AN EMPLOYER MAY NOT REQUIRE OR DEMAND, AS A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT, PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYMENT OR CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT, THAT ANY INDIVIDUAL SUBMIT TO OR TAKE A LIE DETECTOR OR SIMILAR TEST.
AN EMPLOYER WHO VIOLATES THIS LAW IS GUILTY OF A MISDEMEANOR AND SUBJECT TO A FINE NOT EXCEEDING $100. MASSACHUSETTS APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.
You do not have to identify any record relating to prior arrests, criminal court appearances or convictions for which the record has been sealed and is on file with the Commissioner of Probation. You also do not have to identify prior arrests, court appearances and adjudications in cases of delinquency or as a child in need of services which did not result in a complaint transferred to the superior court for criminal prosecution. You also do not have to identify (1) an arrest, detention or disposition regarding any violation of law in which no conviction resulted; (2) first-time misdemeanor convictions for drunkenness, simple assault, speeding, minor traffic violations, affray or disturbance of the peace; and (3) convictions for other misdemeanors where the date of conviction or the end of any period of incarceration was more than 5 years ago, unless there have been subsequent convictions within those 5 years.
It is unlawful in Massachusetts to require or administer a lie detector test as a condition of employment or continued employment. An employer who violates this law shall be subject to criminal penalties and civil liability. MICHIGAN APPLICANTS:
Do not identify any misdemeanor arrests, detentions or dispositions that did not result in conviction. MINNESOTA APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED OF SELECTION FOR AN INTERVIEW, OR IF NO INTERVIEW, WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.
NEBRASKA APPLICANTS:
Do not identify a sealed juvenile record of arrest, custody, complaint, disposition, diversion, adjudication or sentence. NEVADA APPLICANTS:
Please note that the discharge and dismissal of certain first time drug offenses, after the accused has completed probation and any required treatment or educational programs, does not constitute a “conviction” for purposes of employment. New Jersey: NEWARK APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.
You are not required to identify: (1) convictions for indictable offenses that are more than eight years old, measured from the date of sentencing; (2) disorderly person convictions or municipal ordinance violations that are more than five years old, measured from the date of sentencing; or (3) juvenile adjudications of delinquency; or criminal charges that never resulted in a conviction (4) records that have been erased, expunged, the subject of executive pardon or otherwise legally nullified. NEW YORK APPLICANTS:
You may answer “no record” concerning any criminal proceeding that terminated in your favor, per section 160.50 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; any criminal proceeding that terminated in a “youthful offender adjudication,” as defined in section 720.35 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; any conviction for a “violation” that already has been sealed by the court, per section 160.55 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; and any conviction that was sealed pursuant to section 160.58 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law in connection with the licensing, employment or providing of credit or insurance. (BUFFALO APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS AFTER BEING INTERVIEWED IN PERSON OR BY TELEPHONE. NEW YORK CITY APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.) OHIO APPLICANTS:
Do not report any arrest or conviction for a minor misdemeanor drug violation as defined under Ohio Rev. Code 2925.11.
OREGON APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED OF SELECTION FOR AN INTERVIEW, OR IF NO INTERVIEW, WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. PENNSYLVANIA APPLICANTS:
Do not identify convictions for summary offenses. (PHILADELPHIA APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.) RHODE ISLAND APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.
The Company is subject to Chapters 29-38 of Title 28 of the General Laws of Rhode Island, and is therefore covered by the state's workers' compensation law. Texas: AUSTIN APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a city or state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.
WASHINGTON APPLICANTS:
Do not identify any conviction entered by the court more than 10 years ago unless some period of incarceration resulting from that conviction took place within the last ten years. Washington: SEATTLE APPLICANTS:
Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.)


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Aerial Lift And Forklift Mechanic

Edgewood Properties' Excavation Division continues to grow, we are constantly looking for qualified mechanics to maintain and repair our aerial lift and forklift equipment throughout our construction cycles. Qualified mechanic candidates should have tools, a good driving record and be able to pass pre-employment tests.

Wages are commensurate with experience and having diesel, electrical system, hydraulic system, schematic and wiring diagram experience is a definite plus. A personal commitment to maximize safety is another trait we look for with our mechanics. ID: 2017-1533 External Company URL: www.edgewoodproperties.com



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Sign Language Interpreter - Interpreting Specialist

The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) is committed to ensuring every child graduates ready for further education and the workforce. We must align our efforts so students are learning the skills and knowledge necessary to become contributing members of our communities. To build on our long-standing commitment to public education, we strive to recruit and retain quality employees. Our employees are vital to the success of our students, schools and communities. For more information about DPI, please go to

http://www.dpi.wi.gov. The DPI Wisconsin Educational Services Program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (WESP-DHH) is currently seeking applicants for a full-time, year-round Sign Language Interpreter - Interpreting Specialist for the WESP-DHH Outreach Program.

The WESP-DHH Statewide Outreach Program has the responsibility of providing a variety of educational services to children who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, and deafblind, their families, and the local education agencies (LEAs) and programs that serve them. This position will be located at WESP-DHH, 309 W. Walworth Avenue, Delavan, WI.

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Position Summary: This position will provide interpreting services to WESP-DHH Outreach staff members on behalf of all Outreach programming. This position will coordinate the administration of the Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment for interpreters in Wisconsin. Additionally, this position will provide DSPS and DPI interpreter licensing knowledge and expertise to school district personnel.

Special Notes: The selection process for this position will include a criminal background check.

Qualifications: A minimally qualified candidate must have: * Licensure or eligibility for licensure as a Sign Language Interpreter with the State of Wisconsin as per licensing requirements outlined by the State of Wisconsin, Department of Safety and Professional Services.

  • Licensure or eligibility for licensure with the WI Department of Public Instruction as an educational sign language interpreter (license code O020) Candidates must be able to travel throughout the state as required to carry out program responsibilities; maintain membership and certification with the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf; and have an ASLPI rating of 3+ upon hire and 4 by the end of probation.

How To Apply: Please log in and click "Apply Now" and follow the prompts. You will be asked to provide your personal information and to submit a resume describing your experience, a copy of licensure as a Sign Language Interpreter with the State of Wisconsin, Department of Safety and Professional Services, and a copy of licensure or proof of eligibility for licensure as an Educational Sign Language Interpreter with the WI Department of Public Instruction (license code O020).

Because the assessment is offline, your job cart will say “application materials are not submitted”. As long as you have uploaded the required documents, no further action is needed. To be considered for this position, applicants must complete the online process. Applications that do not include all of the requested materials will NOT be considered. Your submission will be evaluated by one or more job experts.

Candidates who are deemed eligible will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process where vacancies exist.__ Permanent classified state employees who are eligible for consideration as a transfer or voluntary demotion or former permanent classified employees should complete the online application process to apply. Be sure to omit any references to political affiliations and identifying information such as social security number, ethnicity, gender, photos, etc. and any other non-job related information from your application materials.__ County(ies): Walworth Type of Employment: Full Time (40 hrs/week) Salary: Starting salary will be between $22.47-$28.00 per hour (approximately $46,737 - $58,240/yr.), plus excellent benefits. This position is in pay schedule 07, range 03. A one-year probationary period will be required.

Contact: Elizabeth Barbarick, Human Resources Specialist, 608-267-9200, elizabeth.barbarick@dpi.wi.gov Bargaining Unit: Non-Represented Area of Competition: Open Deadline to Apply: 8/1/2017 The deadline to apply for this announcement is 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, August 1, 2017. Assessment Information: See "How to Apply" below.

Classification Title: / JAC: SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER 17-01796 Job Working Title: Sign Language Interpreter



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