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Institute Director - Ortho Center

We are working with a highly respected Southern CA Hospital; affiliated with a University system looking to add a Director to their open Institute position. Reports to the Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer.

The Director will lead together with the Medical Director, the Institute Leadership Team and medical staff to assure the organization a long-term position of strength and prominence in the region's healthcare marketplace. Responsible for a range of activities to include business planning, community and marketing events and activities, product/service line development, physician relations and practice/business development.

Minimum Required:

Seven years of experience in a management/leadership position with experience in strategic planning, marketing, market research and community/business development activities in support of a large, managed care oriented, complex healthcare organization. Bachelor's Degree in Business, Marketing, Healthcare Management or related field. A clinical degree is acceptable with appropriate experience in marketing and/or business development.

Masters preferred. Ability to set goals and judge results in accordance with the highest standards; care with sensitivity and respect; advance care through development of new ideas and technology; promote teamwork to achieve hospital's mission; and understand and exceed customer expectations. Advanced computer skills - Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access). Exceptional facilitation and consensus-building skills.

Strong management skills. Able to define overall goals, provide relevant information. The skill set for such a position would require:

Diplomacy Honesty Knowledge of contracting Marketing Advertising This job is a full time permanent position. Must be a US citizen, permanent resident or green card holder. No sponsorship will be provided.



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Institutional Client Service Support

Position:        Institutional Client Service Support

Location:
Anchorage, Alaska
Pay Range:    DOE 
Duties and
Responsibilities:

  • Produce and print /email all standard institutional client reports and fund reports accurately and within set time frames. 
  • Produce all customized client reporting deliverables. 
  • Maintain extensive knowledge of all institutional client reporting needs and requirements. 
  • Update databases and spreadsheets with client and account information. 
  • Organize and coordinate all institutional client reporting requests and required reporting with interested parties. 
  • Research and problem solve any issues that arise from reporting requirements. 
  • Coordinate required information for client review materials. 
  • Produce and deliver client review books prior to client meetings. 
  • Coordinate new account funding by working with Sales and internal departments to ensure accounts are set up and all client requirements are met. 
  • Distribute new account information internally and ensure database is updated with all relevant client information. 
  • Assist Sales staff where possible in addressing client service and client reporting needs. 
  • Cross train with other Institutional Marketing & Client Service Support functions. 
  • Inventory control: maintain and organize client reporting inventory, including printer supplies, presentation book covers, paper, bindings, etc. and miscellaneous department inventory.  
  • Identify and sponsor ideas for expense reduction, increasing efficiency and productivity, or generating revenue (departmental and firm wide). 
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned. 
 Essential
Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Math, Economics or related field required. 
  • Three years industry experience and/or financial background desired. 
  • Strong organization skills, as well as strong verbal, written, analytic, and interpersonal communication abilities.  Ability to work independently and as part of a team. 
  • Ability to be very flexible, to work with deadlines and confidential issues, work well under pressure and stress and have highly developed organizational skills. Must be a quick learner, have time management skills and be very detail oriented. 
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft applications including word, excel, and outlook, strong general computer skills including the internet. 
  • Must be well skilled in electronic correspondence and the Internet. 
  • Ability to read, write, speak and understand English well.
  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents. 
  • Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies and employees. 
  • Ability to effectively present information to top management. 
All qualified candidates who meet or exceed the above Position Qualifications or have relevant experience will be contacted.
AES provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. While working within the parameters of an Alaska Native Organization, hiring preference will be given to shareholders/spouses/descendants and other Alaska Natives in accordance with Public Law 93-638.
AES matches job seekers with opportunities in which they are recognized and rewarded for their experience, skills and abilities.  AES is proud to be an Alaskan-owned company building relationships on integrity and trust since 1977. Our Services are always FREE to candidates. 
POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

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Physician Assistant, Colorado Mental Health Institute At Pueblo

Global Empire, LLC (GHG) is a Healthcare Staffing Company specialized in providing reliable and qualified healthcare professionals for Government contracts nationwide. 
We are seeking experienced Nurses for an available contract opportunity to provide services on-site for the Colorado Mental Health Institute.
Available Positions: 

  • Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Mid-Level Provider  [Physician Assistant (PA) and Nurse Practitioner (NP)]
  • Health Care Technician (HCT)
  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
  • Mental Health Clinician (MHC)
  • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
  • Licensed Psychiatric Technician (LPT)
  • Sitters (staff to accompany patients off grounds for medical appointments/hospitalization)
Service Locations:
1. Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan
Oxford Ave, Denver, CO 80236 
2. Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo
1600 West 24th Street, Pueblo, CO 81003
Work Schedule:
Work shifts may be 4, 8, 10, 12 hours, or more per day and may vary.  Temporary medical staff may be needed anytime, 24/7.
Position Requirements/
Qualifications:
All medical staff shall be registered, licensed, certified, etc., as required by law in order to provide medical services in the State of Colorado.
All RN, LPN, LPT and CNA must be licensed and active, and in good standing with the Colorado State Board of Nursing.
All RNs, LPNs, MHCs, CNAs and LPTs must have one (1) year of full time experience in their current classification. 
It is preferred they have one (1) year of experience working in an inpatient psychiatric setting.

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Chief Program Officer, Fight For Children

Fight for Children
Chief Program Officer

Position Summary
Fight For Children’s mission is to improve the quality of early childhood education so that all students are engaged, ready to learn and on a path to future success. Fight For Children’s vision is to make early childhood education in Washington, DC the best in the country.
The Chief Program Officer is an active member of the senior leadership team, overseeing and optimizing all programming and strategic partnerships. Reporting to the President & CEO, the Chief Program Officer manages the content‐based program team, while working cross‐departmentally to support organizational functions including strategic planning, fundraising, marketing, events, etc. as needed. The Director of Programmatic Initiatives also works closely with local community, business, education and government organizations and leaders developing collaborative strategies to improve the quality of early experiences for underserved children in Washington, DC.
Key
Responsibilities Include:
o Lead the design and implementation of Fight For Children’s current and future programmatic initiatives (including quality of content, operations, implementation, and evaluation), ensuring the quality and success of the initiatives and alignment with the organization’s strategic vision and plan.
o Maintain an enterprise‐wide perspective while managing program team, providing day‐to‐day leadership, guidance, establishing performance goals, and providing professional development as needed.
o Effectively measure and communicate impact from all programmatic initiatives using relevant quantitative and qualitative data.
o Effectively measure and communicate data in support of Fight For Children’s progress towards short and long‐term desired outcomes (e.g. child outcomes, participant outcomes, etc.).
o Oversee relevant community and strategic partner relationships to ensure alignment with mission and achievement of desired outcomes.
o Represent Fight For Children on external committees and advisory groups, serving as a thought leader with local nonprofits, government leaders, educators, researchers, funders, and policy makers.
o Maintain up‐to‐date education policy knowledge and provide updates to staff and leadership, as relevant.
o Oversee organizational landscape research around early childhood matters in Washington, DC and beyond to expand FFC’s potential/future impact on improving educational outcomes for children.
o Aid in the development of marketing materials, production/events and public relations initiatives and provide content expertise, direction and other contributions, as needed. o Aid in organizational and program‐specific fundraising.

Required Qualifications:
o 10‐15 years of relevant industry experience, with a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree preferred).
o Min. 10 years direct experience developing, designing, implementing, managing and evaluating successful programmatic initiatives.
o Extensive relationships and relevant connections within education, government, non‐profit and civic organizations within the Metro DC area (e.g. OSSE, DCPS, Public Charter Schools, etc.).
o Experience as a strong, collaborative internal project and personnel manager.
o Experience as an external representative of an organization (in public engagements, media, etc.).
o Knowledge in the field of early education, combined with knowledge and experience of issues commonly found in densely populated urban school districts.
o Experience managing a budget with full P&L responsibilities preferred.
o Experience working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders (e.g. staff, partners, clients, Board members, etc.), and cross-sector (e.g. education, government, non‐profit, private enterprise, etc.). o Self‐starter with strong problem-solving skills, an entrepreneurial mindset, and positive attitude.
o Excellent organizational and time management skills with a demonstrated attention to detail.
o Excellent oral/written communication and presentation skills and the ability to communicate with a variety of audiences.

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Institutional Giving Director - Atlantic Seaboard

Position Summary:  The Institutional Giving Director is responsible for identifying, cultivating, and securing grants from foundations and corporations that support the The Trust for Public Land’s mission: creating parks and protecting land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come. The position manages a portfolio of 75-100 institutional prospects and donors with the capacity to make grants at the major gifts level. The Institutional Giving Director must have excellent communication and writing skills, a demonstrated ability to build effective internal and external relationships, an ability to set and meet priorities and manage deadlines, and fluency in articulating the mission, programs and projects of the organization.
 We are open to having the position location in New York City, Washington, DC or Boston.  
Responsibilities:

  1.  Secure new grant commitments totaling $1.5 million annually (after a tenure of three years with the organization).
  2. Manage a portfolio of 75-100 institutional prospects and donors with the capacity to make grants at $50,000 or more. 
  3. Create gift opportunities with internal partners (state directors, major gift officers, philanthropy colleagues, program directors, and project managers) to meet organizational priorities and pursue funding in support of these goals.
  4. Visit with foundation and corporate prospects to establish contacts, gather information, qualify prospects, present ideas, develop networks, promote understanding of TPL’s initiatives, and request invitations for proposals.  Target = 60 or more visits annually.  Strategically partner with senior TPL officers, volunteers, and staff on such visits and prepare them with pre-meeting planning and post-meeting debriefing and follow up. 
  5. Write and carry out prospect engagement strategies by identifying, qualifying, and cultivating prospects; determining amount and timing of requests; writing and overseeing the writing of proposals; soliciting prospects in face-to-face meetings; providing verbal and written communication necessary to secure the gift, and delivering appropriate stewardship and reporting of grants made. 
  6. Plan and monitor timeline of activities for each grant maker including proposal due dates, reporting dates, cultivation and stewardship activities. Ensures contacts associated with the donor are maintained electronically.  Maintain own electronic and hard copy files. 
  7. Manage simultaneous proposals and strategies while meeting required deadlines.  Determine an effective sequence of work. 
  8. Coordinate with finance director, state director, and philanthropy directors to develop proposal budgets and monitor accountability for grant contracts. 
  9. Follow TPL policies and procedures for grant approvals and grant acceptance. 
  10. Work with institutional giving counterparts in coordinated, TPL-wide activities, such as joint grant requests and stewardship, and participating in regularly scheduled functional team meetings. 
  11. Adhere to TPL’s Principles and Practice for Fundraisers and the AFP Code of Ethics.
Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree required. 
  • At least seven years of development experience with a strong track record of institutional giving. 
  • Ability to strategize large gift solicitations and to demonstrate a sensitivity to the motivations of those who can make them. 
  • Ability to conceptualize and communicate persuasive materials including grant proposals, reports, letters of inquiry, interim reports, stewardship materials, and informational memorandums. 
  • Self-motivation: must be able to work effectively without close supervision and with a variety of people within TPL to keep a number of strategies and deadlines moving simultaneously.  Must display a professional, mature approach to collaboration and problem solving and be able to produce in an unstructured work environment, based on setting own agenda and priorities.  
  • Ability to function effectively as a member of a team, and a willingness to participate in activities and assignments that will benefit other members of the team or will contribute to the accomplishment of team objectives. 
  • Willingness to accept liaison and special project assignments, and the ability to represent various state and national initiatives to prospects effectively and equitably. 
  • Appreciation of the parks and conservation mission of TPL and the ability to market conservation effectively and with enthusiasm.
  • Basic accounting and aptitude with numbers; ability to develop familiarity with TPL’s finance system by coordinating with finance directors. 
  • Experience with best practices including the efficient use of database systems, such as prospect tracking, and the protocols of institutional fundraising and grant-making research.

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Bilingual Speech Language Pathologist - Children's Rehab Center Of North Collier

  • Conducts and documents the evaluation and treatment of functional impairment in accordance with standards of the profession as delineated in the state practice act, regulatory agencies, and accrediting agencies and Guide to Practice.
  • Accurately and effectively communicates with patients, other team members, and appropriate authorized parties including, but not limited to, case managers and physicians.

  • Supervises and utilizes assistants and rehab techs in accordance with established licensure and professional guidelines.

  • Performs all duties in a competent and safe manner.

  • Presents self professionally in both a physical and behavioral manner.

  • Staff may be required to rotate to treatment areas, other than their primary designation, as requested by their department leader. This could include an ACHA regulated area (SNF, HH, Peds) that requires Level 2 Background Screening.

  • All rehab members of the Comprehensive Stroke Certification Team are required to meet the following standards: 1) Minimum (2) years of clinical experience with special interest in treating the stroke patient; 2)(8) CEUs per year must be directly related to the treatment of the stroke patient.

Requirements:

Education: Masters degree in Speech Language Pathology

Experience: At least 1 year of peds experience.

Must be bilingual in English and Spanish

Preferred:

Vital Stim Experience

Feeding Experience

Talk Tools Experience

PROMPT Experience

License: Florida State Licensure or eligible to obtain

Other: Effective analytical, communication, and interpersonal skills, strong customer service skills

External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled, must be able to perform the essential job specific functions (listed within each job specific responsibility) either unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be determined by the organization on a case by case basis. If the requirement is not marked, then it is considered not applicable.

General Requirements (has the ability to…)

Sit

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Stand

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Walk

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Drive

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Bend

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Climb

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Kneel

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Crouch

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Twist

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Maintain Balance

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Reach

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Sensory Requirements (has ability for…)

Near Vision

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Depth Perception

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Seeing Fine Details

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Hearing Norm Speech

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Hearing Overhead Pages

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Telephone use

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Mental & Emotional Requirements (ability to…)

Cope with high level of stress

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Make decisions under high pressure

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Cope with anger/fear/hostility of others in a calm way

  • Occasionally (i.e. Monthly)

Concentrate

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Handle a high degree of flexibility

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Handle multiple priorities in stressful situation

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Work alone

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Demonstrate high degree of patience

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Adapt to shift work

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Work in areas that are close and crowded

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Hand Manipulation (ability with…)

Simple Grasping

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Firm Grasping

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Fine Manipulation

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Use of Keyboards

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Required Lifting (ability to lift…)

Up to 10 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

11 to 24 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

25 to 34 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

35 to 50 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

51 to 75 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

76 to 100 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Over 100 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Pushing/Pulling (ability to push and pull…)

Up to 10 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

11 to 24 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

25 to 34 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

35 to 50 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

51 to 75 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

76 to 100 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Over 100 lbs

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Environmental (may be exposed to…)

Infectious Diseases

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

Chemical Agents

  • Occasionally (i.e. Monthly)

Dust, Fumes, Gases Occasionally (i.e. Monthly)

Extremes in Temperature or Humidity

  • Continually ( i.e. Daily)

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Pet Resort/Boarding Attendant

Because we seek distinctive candidates, our interview process is thorough and progresses through a series of telephone discussions and in-person meetings. The process allows you to learn more about our Company Group and to find out more about your qualifications as a candidate. Incoming resumes are reviewed against our current needs and candidates with appropriate backgrounds are invited into the recruiting process.

Summary of Job Purpose and Function

This position supports the veterinarians and veterinary technicians in ensuring quality veterinary care for all pets, advocates for pets, educates clients on all aspects of pet health, and ensures a safe and effective hospital environment.

Essential Responsibilities and Tasks

Act as the extra eyes, ears and hands for the veterinarian and veterinary technician to ensure the best quality pet care and to maximize the veterinarian's and veterinary technician's productivity. Lead veterinarians and veterinary medical team through the Cycle of Service and communicate with the other associates to maintain the flow of patients.
Provide professional, efficient and exceptional service at all times. This includes performing or preparing procedures that do not require veterinarian or veterinary technician assistance, completing preparatory work for other procedures, ensuring that clients and pets are comfortable in the hospital, and monitoring hospitalized or surgical pets as allowed in the state practice acts.
Educate clients about Optimum Wellness Plans, preventive care, pet health needs, hospital services and other issues.
Obtain relevant information and history from clients and maintain proper and complete medical charts.
Ensure the safety of pets, clients and associates by utilizing safe restraining techniques, following standard protocols, and maintaining clean, sterile and organized treatment areas, exam rooms and labs.
Assist with surgery as applicable.
Utilize technical skills to the fullest, within state practice acts and as outlined in the NAVTA guidelines for veterinary assistant skills and duties.
Mentor other paraprofessionals in the hospital.
Perform other duties as assigned.

Hiring Qualifications

Capabilities and Experience (can do)

Ability to multi-task- Manages multiple tasks at one time; quickly and accurately shifts attention among multiple tasks under distracting conditions without loss of accuracy or appearance of frustration.
Communication skills

  • Reads, writes and speaks fluent English, using appropriate grammar, style and vocabulary. Correctly spells commonly used English words and job specific terms. Demonstrates exceptionally strong written and verbal communication skills.
    Organizational ability

  • Demonstrates a systematic approach in carrying out assignments. Is very orderly and excels at cutting through confusion and turning chaos into order.
    Problem solving skills

  • Demonstrates a strong ability to identify, analyze and solve problems. Translates problems into practical solutions.
    Client service skills

  • Consistently ensures the team provides the client with attentive, courteous and informative service. Gains and shows personal satisfaction from delivering great service.
    Intellectual ability

  • Accurately and consistently follows instructions delivered in an oral, written or diagram format. Can provide directions.
    Mathematical ability

  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide, and to compute rate, ratio and percent; ability to convert units of measurement.
    Computer skills

  • Comfortably and confidently

Attitudes (will do)

Initiative - shows willingness and aptitude to take appropriate steps in finding solutions to problems; presents options and ideas to enhance current processes or procedures. Takes on additional responsibility when both big and small tasks need to be done.
Integrity

  • Firmly adheres to the values and ethics of Banfield, The Pet Hospital. Exhibits honesty, discretion, and sound judgment.
    Cooperativeness

  • Willing to work with others, collaborating and compromising where necessary; promptly share relevant information with others.
    Flexibility

  • Is open to changing situations and opportunities and is willing to perform all tasks assigned.
    Independence

  • Able and willing to perform tasks and duties without supervision as appropriate.
    Tolerance for Stress / Resiliency

  • Maintains a positive "can do" outlook, rebounds quickly from frustrations and unpleasantness, and maintains composure and friendly demeanor while dealing with stressful situations.

Special Working Conditions

Ability to work at a computer for long periods of time.
Ability to be confident around pets (i.e., dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, etc.)
Client needs and work volume may often require more than 40 hours per week to complete essential duties of this job. This position requires special hours including working weekends and evenings.
Must have mental processes for reasoning, remembering, mathematics and language ability (reading, writing, and speaking the English language) to perform the duties proficiently.
The noise level in the work environment is moderately high.
Requires sufficient ambulatory skills in order to perform duties while at hospital.
Ability to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, and climb as well as manipulate (lift, carry, move) up to 50 pounds.
Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm-hand-finger dexterity with the ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard and operate equipment.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
Associate is routinely exposed to a variety of pets that may bite or scratch, and on occasion, exposed to anesthesia, radiation, biological hazards and medication/controlled substances.

Qualifications

Experience, Education and/or Training

Relevant training/education or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. High School Diploma or equivalent preferred.
Must be at least 18 years old to perform duties involving radiography (x-ray) and exposure to radioactive substances.
One year related experience required with customer service preferred.

Our Interview Process
HR interview. All candidates meet initially with someone from the our Company Group HR team, either by telephone or in person, to further review background and qualifications and to discuss the specific requirements of the position.
Case interview. The case interview will be with one of our consultants or research team members and will address skills and experience. Additionally, structured thinking, intellectual curiosity, collaborative style and drive for results are evaluated. Interview cases are typically drawn from the interviewers? experiences and may include specific scenarios for those candidates with a focused background.
Final interviews. Final interviews take place in one of our office locations and consist of a round of meetings that include several senior members of our leadership team. Those meetings provide you with the opportunity to ask questions, learn more about our culture and environment and meet our people face to face. We typically make offer decisions shortly after the final round of interviews.


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Front Desk Attendant

Global 1000 companies in a wide range of industries trust Everest Group to advise them on all aspects of their high impact needs. As one of our professionals, you will help our clients evaluate and transform their businesses to adapt in a continually changing business environment.

You will be exposed to a broad range of client business challenges including technical, legal, financial, organization design, process reengineering, offshore outsourcing, business alliances, business/market strategies and other issues. Potential engagements may include optimizing internal functions, developing go-to-market strategies, developing strategic roadmaps for change management, service provider solutioning, and shared services advisory services.

Job Description:

Primary Responsibilities:

Primary responsibility is to manage front desk receptionist activity- greet visitors and assign appropriate security badges
Management of assigned visitor security badges and front entry security
Answer incoming calls and routing them to the appropriate person.
Responsible for maintaining and monitoring all activity of the front portion of the facility to include entry lobby, Conference Center 101, turnstiles, interview meeting rooms, lobby pantry, turnstile security and overall flow of general traffic in/out of facility
Mailers/Manuals: Sending letters to customers, creating manuals for internal employees, putting together materials to include in update packages to customers
Filing: Responsible for electronic filing of documentation as necessary
Mentor new staff on how to answer/route incoming calls
Backup for Operation Department positions & activity
Serve as backup for other areas of the business as needed
Document scanning of PTC related documents into Document Library
Special projects as needed

Qualifications:

Committed to the objectives and philosophy as well as Company's mission, vision and values.
Requires excellent verbal communication skills
Requires a consistent, positive attitude and respect for high quality standards
Excellent computer skills
Requires the ability to make quick, sound judgments when directing calls
Excellent multi-tasking skills
Committed to being a team player
Requires the ability to recall numerous guidelines and procedures
Excellent organizational skills
Actively volunteers for various projects, tasks and event committees

Being a consultant means working closely with our clients on their challenges and adding value as a member of a team. Most of our client teams travel to domestic client sites weekly, leaving home on Monday morning and returning on Thursday.

Occasional international travel is also required. Fridays are spent in an our Company Group office reconnecting with colleagues, attending training and collaborating on internal projects and meetings. This allows greater connection to co-workers, a more collaborative environment and better opportunities for personal career development.



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Front Desk Attendant

In addition to performing technical work, every member of our consulting staff has the opportunity to have in-depth client interactions that require excellent verbal and written reporting skills. Our consultants are the ones who hold each and every client relationship at our Company. These relationships drive our ability to quickly and accurately identify and solve our clients' most difficult problems.

Job Description:

Primary Responsibilities:

Primary responsibility is to manage front desk receptionist activity- greet visitors and assign appropriate security badges
Management of assigned visitor security badges and front entry security
Answer incoming calls and routing them to the appropriate person.
Responsible for maintaining and monitoring all activity of the front portion of the facility to include entry lobby, Conference Center 101, turnstiles, interview meeting rooms, lobby pantry, turnstile security and overall flow of general traffic in/out of facility
Mailers/Manuals: Sending letters to customers, creating manuals for internal employees, putting together materials to include in update packages to customers
Filing: Responsible for electronic filing of documentation as necessary
Mentor new staff on how to answer/route incoming calls
Backup for Operation Department positions & activity
Serve as backup for other areas of the business as needed
Document scanning of PTC related documents into Document Library
Special projects as needed

Qualifications:

Committed to the objectives and philosophy as well as Company's mission, vision and values.
Requires excellent verbal communication skills
Requires a consistent, positive attitude and respect for high quality standards
Excellent computer skills
Requires the ability to make quick, sound judgments when directing calls
Excellent multi-tasking skills
Committed to being a team player
Requires the ability to recall numerous guidelines and procedures
Excellent organizational skills
Actively volunteers for various projects, tasks and event committees

We understand that our work for clients can, at times, be extremely intense. However we also realize that your personal life is important.

Our work environment is one that allows our staff to strike the right balance between their professional and personal commitments. Our consultants feel that our Company is both a technically stimulating and fun workplace!



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Emergency Room Attendant

Our supply chain management consultants can leverage significant supply chain experience, acquired while developing and implementing strategies for some of the world?s best known companies over the past forty years in more than one-thousand client engagements, and apply it, hands-on, to your organization.

Position Summary

This position provides technical support and necessary supplies to the operating room as part of a team providing 24 hour emergency coverage.
Prepares the operating room with necessary equipment and supplies, assists in recovery and in instruction of medicine students, technician interns, and other staff in the correct use of instruments and equipment.
Also responsible for providing supplies to the rest of the 0Medical Center as needed.
Requires emergency on-call duty evenings and weekends on a scheduled rotation basis.

Required Qualifications

Basic working knowledge of aseptic technique and surgical procedures; must be able to follow directions, and established protocol and procedures, and have good communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications

1 - 4 years related experience
High School Diploma/GED
Must be able to do rotating "on-call" schedule.
Work schedule varies based on the business needs of the Hospital. Some evening, weekend, and holiday work may be required.

We have extensive experience in helping companies keep up with the dramatic changes in distribution center and warehouse operations. Our warehouse design consulting team combines on-the-floor data gathering with sophisticated modeling techniques to produce and implement warehouse/distribution center operation plans that provide increased savings and reliability for tomorrow while keeping the inventory moving today.


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