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Audio Visual Engineer, TS Required
Audio/Visual, AV Engineer with a strong background in audio skills and to join our Justice Programs team for the design and support of A/V installations for the Dept. Of Justice in Fairmont, WV. This position will support the overall mission of Video Telecommunications and A/V collaboration within conference rooms and command post scenarios throughout the Dept. of Justice.
Crestron full product suite
Crestron audio DSP and Amplifiers
BIAMP Audia & Tesira DSP’s
Vaddio A/V bridge and PTZ Cameras
Clock audio microphones
910 MXA Array
Proper design, installation, configuration, and support of audio solutions within conference rooms utilizing the following operational tools and streamlines:
Microsoft Skype/Teams for VTC
Entrance Scale Technician
CHS has an exciting opportunity in our Processing & Food Ingredients Division. We are looking for an Entrance Scale Technician. You will be responsible for coordinating vehicle traffic and product shipments into and out of the facility. You must have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, customer service, and organizational skills necessary, along with the ability to multi-task.
Receive incoming commodity documents and ensure that the correct data is entered in the computer.
Distribute loading documents to customers and ensure vehicles are properly weighed into and out of the facility.
Coordinate product load sheets; including entering data, printing and filing documents to ensure proper product loading and unloading and prompt service.
Generate custom documents for Canadian loads.
Ensure customers, visitors, vendors, and plant deliveries are directed to the appropriate area or person.
Responsible for slip rail billing on an intermittent basis and tracking demurrage charges as needed.
General phone, administrative, and customer service duties as needed.
Performs other duties as may be reasonably assigned.
Work a 12-hour rotating shift schedule; including nights, weekends, and holidays.
High School diploma
Customer Service experience
Data entry experience and proficient with computers.
Ability to work a 12-hour rotating shift schedule including nights, weekends, and holidays.
- Vocational training in data entry or computers
Intake And Pharmacy Technician
BioScrip, Inc. is the largest independent national provider of infusion and home care management solutions, with approximately 2,100 teammates and nearly 70 service locations across the U.S. BioScrip partners with physicians, hospital systems, payors, pharmaceutical manufacturers and skilled nursing facilities to provide patients access to post-acute care services. BioScrip operates with a commitment to bring customer-focused pharmacy and related healthcare infusion therapy services into the home or alternate-site setting. By collaborating with the full spectrum of healthcare professionals and the patient, BioScrip provides cost-effective care that is driven by clinical excellence, customer service, and values that promote positive outcomes and an enhanced quality of life for those it serves. Ours is a fast-paced dynamic work environment with room for new ideas and opportunities for career advancement. We offer a wide array of welfare benefits as well as Tuition Reimbursement, an Employee Referral Program, and a 401(k) Retirement Savings.
Due to our exceptional growth and success, we are recruiting for an Intake and Pharmacy Technician to join our team.
This position is responsible for processing all new patient referrals, managing current patient base and providing support to the Intake/ Authorization Manager or General Manager. The main objective is to clear all patients prior to service in order to ensure proper payment in compliance within all legal and regulatory parameters, in cooperation with all other branch departments, and as an efficient and profitable business center.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily, with or without reasonable accommodation.
Evaluates referrals against branch service model parameters.
Complies with reimbursement for products and services in compliance with Company policy and goals, to include drug, supply, and equipment selection and utilization, and participates in the submission of clean claims through compliance to proper pharmacy billing procedures
Enters new prescriptions into the pharmacy computer system where permitted by state pharmacy regulation, and under the direct supervision of the Pharmacist after their review of the prescription and in accordance with Company policy and procedure.
Assists in coordination of patient assessment, drug compounding, and delivery to meet on time and delivery deadlines.
May process prescription refills as needed, to include:
refill confirmation when appropriate;
review of pending refills with the supervising Pharmacist;
generate the refill documentation;
adjudicate medication based pharmacy claims when appropriate.
Communicates with various payors, referral sources, patients and sales representatives.
Verifies eligibility and benefits accurately and in a timely manner in accordance with Company policies.
Obtains initial authorizations following Company policy and maintains authorizations extension for all patients as appropriate. May obtain written prescription orders from physicians.
Processes all required paperwork according to established procedures. Ensures all documentation needed for billing is collected prior to or soon after accepting the referral.
Answers telephone calls and emails in a professional and timely manner.
Attends all required in services throughout the year.
Performs other duties as assigned.
EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
High school diploma or equivalent is required,
National pharmacy technician certification preferred,
Meets all state requirements for a Pharmacy Technician, which may be registration, licensure or certification;
Minimum of one (1) year experience with medical insurance authorization in infusion services or other healthcare profession preferred;
Minimum of one year customer service preferred;
Home infusion experience on the provider or payor side preferred;
Experiential requirements may be waived in lieu of evidence of progressive growth in and attainment of the skills necessary to perform the required duties.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required, with or without reasonable accommodation.
Knowledge of HCPC Codes and ICD-9 Codes and maintains up to date professional knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid and the insurance industry requirements for qualifying services.
Knowledge of local, state, federal, and other regulations; knowledge of regulations and legal requirements governing the industry.
Ability to foster a cooperative work environment.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with branch departments.
Knowledge of computerized information systems, including financial applications.
Knowledge of infusion pharmacy, durable medical and respiratory equipment reimbursement for state, federal and commercial payors.
Ability to develop and maintain recordkeeping systems and procedures.
Knowledge of the computer and its capabilities.
Working knowledge of medical terminology.
Ability to perform work in an organized fashion with focus on complete information and time related deadlines.
Ability to complete multiple projects with time sensitive deadlines.
Ability to manage more than one priority project at a time.
Ability to work as part of a team to complete assigned tasks.
Ability to exercise independent judgment and at times work independently while remaining cognizant of the supervisory pharmacist's role related to prescription entry, patient screening, and refills .
Ability to accept direction and complete work according to instruction.
Ability to enlist cooperation of other people and department in completing assigned work and projects.
Ability to work under high levels of stress.
Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks and projects concurrently.
Demonstrated knowledge and proficiency in the principles, procedures and best practices related to this position.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Proficient level of software proficiency in using PC software to support activities, especially Microsoft Office.
Ability to work with confidential material and maintain confidentiality along with sensitivity to employee's needs and data.
Strong attention to detail.
Strong analytical skills.
Ability to read, analyze and interpret information appropriate to duties and responsibilities assigned. Ability to operate information systems, follow policy, complete required forms, and prepare reports. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from referral sources, managers, patients, employees, payors and the general public.
Ability to calculate and perform basic mathematical calculations such as pharmaceutical calculations, discounts, percentages, and volume.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
BioScrip is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are made without regard to age, color, race, ancestry, national origin, disability, genetic information, military status, religion, creed, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, marital status, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, legally protected medical condition, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. Background checks and drug screens are part of our hiring process. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran.
Route Sales Associate
Are you good at building relationships and not afraid to ask for what you want? Looking for a rewarding and respectful career, backed by a team of sales professionals with a shared goal to help you succeed? If so, it's time to consider a career in route sales with Utz Quality Foods.
We are seeking individuals with a skill set that can embrace and thrive in a sales environment to represent and sell the best brands of snack food in the industry. Utz is expanding our customer-focused sales team by seeking a Route Sales Associate to work out of our Fairmont, WV Sales Center. A Route Sales Associate works closely with and assists current Route Sales Professionals (RSPs) by acquiring sales knowledge and job understanding with the expectation of being promoted to RSP; ultimately taking full responsibilities of sales on an assigned route. This is an hourly, full time position.
Assist the Route Sales Professional (RSP) in their role as the sole and primary regular sales contact to all customers within an assigned territory. Visit customers on a regular basis to sell and perform sales-related activities.
Work closely with RSPs in assessing on-site product inventory maintained by retail customers. Determine purchase quantities and varieties of product necessary to maximize selling opportunities.
Assist in pulling, receiving, and displaying products. Learn rotation, display, and product mix techniques to ensure end consumer appeal.
Assist RSPs in assessing potential display and product locations. In conjunction with the RSP, engage store decision makers and offer recommendations to increase ROI by displaying a full line of products.
Learn to utilize selling required techniques to introduce new product line to new and current customers.
Provide support to RSPs to the extent they actively search, solicit, and develop new customer accounts within an assigned territory.
Learn ordering system and product identifying codes to assist the RSP with sales orders and end of day procedures.
Attend sales meetings and offer suggestions to management and to other RSPs as to how to maximize sales.
Must be 19 years or older, have a valid driver's license, and the ability to safely operate a cube-style or box van.
About Our Company
Utz Quality Foods is the largest privately held snack brand in the United States. Our family of brands includes Utz, Golden Flake, Zapps, Bachman, Good Health, Snikiddy, and Jax. Our goal is to manufacture and sell the best possible products with a commitment to customer satisfaction that is second to none. We pride ourselves on our pleasant working environment, challenging opportunities, career growth, competitive wages, and a fulltime benefit package including medical, prescription, dental and vision plans, and employer match 401k, profit sharing plan and more. Come grow with the Utz Family of Brands!
Student: Student Director For Student Life
The Student Director for Student Life (SD) will work closely with the Assistant Director of Student Life to execute the vision of the Office of Residential and Student Life (ORSL) at Fairmont State University. They shall help facilitate and manage the registered student organizations on campus, including Greek Life organizations.
Candidate will assist in the planning and execution of events for both campus and individual organizations, including advertising and hosting/attending campus events associated with the ORSL. Required assistance with large-scale events such as Welcome Weekend programming, Fall Concert, Homecoming, and Greek Week will be essential. The SD will ensure that all campus events overseen by the ORSL are properly scheduled and placed on a shared calendar.
This position will also maintain and oversee all social media handles/accounts associated with Student Life. Ability to work well individually, as well as a member of a team will be important as the SD will work with multiple facets of Residential and Student Life. Other duties may include: distributing mail, contacting outside businesses/organizations, as well as any other responsibilities as assigned.
No prior Greek Life background/knowledge is required but is highly preferred. Enrolled Fairmont State University student in good academic and disciplinary standing (undergraduate or graduate)
Prior experience with event planning/event management
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Availability to work some nights and weekends
Participates in the development and evaluation of the ASN program
Develops, teaches, and evaluates assigned courses
Evaluates student performance on exams and course assignments
Evaluates student performance in the clinical environment; including skills lab and simulation lab
Assumes responsibility for serving as a course coordinator, as appropriate
Coordinates clinical rotation with clinical agency and clinical adjuncts
Teaches 12 credits per semester, includes theory, clinical, skills lab and simulation lab
Participate in ongoing course and curriculum revision
Provides engaged service at the programmatic, School, University and community levels
Participates in course and programmatic assessment activities
Participates in community and professional activities
Participates in student recruitment and retention activities
Advises currently enrolled and perspective students
Maintains appropriate scholarly and professional development activities
Provides expertise in the area of medical-surgical nursing
Contributes to the continuing innovation and development of the programs in the School of Nursing
Participates in the assessment, evaluation, and accreditation of the School of Nursing programs and the University
Participates in, manage, or lead projects within the School of Nursing, and University as requested
Performs related duties as necessary and as assigned.
Driver - Relief Schedule - Full-Time/Days - CDL A Required
$20.90 per hour
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Position fills in for delivery drivers who are not available for their shifts (due to vacation, illness, etc.). Routes for the relief driver typically change day to day. Position delivers products to stores on an established or contingency route or via dynamic dispatch to customers including convenience and gas stores, small supermarkets, drug stores, across a wide variety of weather conditions. Drives the delivery vehicle to a location, unloads and brings products into the store. Is responsible for ongoing rotating and stocking of products on store shelves, displays, vending equipment, and in coolers. Builds small displays and sets up promotional materials such as pricing signs and banners. Generates invoices and is responsible for daily settlement of cash and charges. Has frequent interaction with store management.
This position is labor intensive, requires lifting, loading and pushing/pulling cases ranging from 20-45 pounds per case repeatedly during work hours. It also requires reaching, squatting, and bending while delivering and merchandising products in the store.
Deliver products and execute all promotions
Service all scheduled customers by the end of shift
Merchandise all accounts to local standards
Follow DOT regulations
Establish positive working relationships with primary contact at each account
Regular, reliable, predictable attendance
21 years or older
High School Diploma or GED
Valid CDL A
Must submit to a drug screen
Pass the physical capabilities test (if applicable)
Pass the required background checks
Pass DOT physical and DOT Road Test
- Operating trucks requiring a CDL license (e.g., performing basic functions like driving forwards, driving backwards, maneuvering in tight spaces, etc.)
- Merchandising products (e.g., filling shelves, building displays, making products look attractive on shelves, rotating product, cleaning shelves, or eliminating out of stocks and out of date products, etc.)
- Operating equipment (e.g., pallet jacks, hand trucks, breakdowns, etc.)
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.
PepsiCo is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Female / Minority / Disability / Protected Veteran / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity
If you'd like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please download the available EEO is the Law & EEO is the Law Supplement documents. View PepsiCo EEO Policy.
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Job Ref: 5000505991306
This position is primarily responsible for the servicing of Financial Aid Programs at Fairmont State. This position also involves counseling and advising students on the application process and eligibility standards on the federal, state, and institutional level.
Provides assistance with the completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and other requirements needed for the application, acceptance, and disbursement of financial aid.
Provides counseling to students and parents in person, email form and over the phone regarding financial aid eligibility, the application process, awarding and disbursement, and other financial aid areas based on federal, state, and institutional policy.
Assists with outgoing mailings; award letters, tracking letters, and other types of correspondence critical to the operation of the financial aid office.
Places awards on students accounts, identifying and resolving over-award conflicts if necessary.
Counsels students on the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy and advises on actions needed to complete the appeal process.
Cable Splicing Technician
Job Opening ID: 2242
Cable Splicing Tech B – I & R
Location: Fairmont, WV - 289 Pricketts Fort Rd.
Post Dates: 6/24/19 - 7/8/19
Add, place, remove, reroute, set up, rack, splice, transfer, repair, rearrange, bond, pressurize, and test aerial, underground, and buried cable. Mount, cut-in, and repair cable terminal and load cases. Rearrange service drops, aerial and buried jumper wire and step poles. Read and interpret engineering prints. Testing, locating and repairing defects in wires for copper cables and fibers for fiber optic cables, using electrical and mechanical testing apparatus.
Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Receiving work assignments from supervisor, other designated employees, or a lap top computer.
Reading and interpreting engineering plans, vendor specifications for the installation and repair of optic and electronic equipment, and interacting with the Engineering Group.
Performing splicing operations in connection with the installation, rearrangement, and repair of outside plant facilities. This includes fiber/copper cable, wire, terminals, loop carrier electronics and light guide facilities and various fiber optic applications which may be aloft, underground, or buried.
Locating and clearing troubles in outside plant facilities (copper and/or fiber).
Preparing cables for pressurization and maintaining cable pressure.
Using test equipment to check for gas in manholes and may have to empty water from manholes.
Placing and removing protective covering over sheath openings.
Works aloft; climbs ladders and poles; enter tunnels, buildings, trenches, crawl spaces, manholes, and other confined spaces to accomplish job tasks.
May work outdoors in all weather conditions.
Performing light digging operations as required.
Includes operating aerial lifts (buckets) and hydraulic lift ladders mounted on trucks.
Testing, locating and repairing defects in wires for copper cables and fibers for fiber optic cables and digital carrier systems, using electrical and mechanical testing apparatus.
Installing, repairing, inspecting and maintaining inside cables, wires and plug-in equipment to connect telecommunication systems and equipment, including dark fiber and fiber and/or equipment including but not limited to routers, video set-top boxes and PC related hardware.
Promoting the sale of services and products which the company is permitted to provide.
Contacting customers face-to-face to notify them of work being performed on their lines, and when service is restored. Also communicates Company policy and bills customer when appropriate.
Reading and interpreting vendor specifications for optic and electronic equipment. Identifying and meeting individual customer requirements on provisioning and/or repair contacts.
Identifying data base discrepancies by performing proactive preventive maintenance and providing corrected information to appropriate individuals.
Daily completion of all related administrative paperwork, time sheets, DOT log, etc.
Basic computer skills, working with customers' computer and equipment.
Performing additional duties and tasks as required by the Company.
Must meet safety-related requirements including but not limited to those standards of safety imposed by OSHA, state agencies, manufacturers and/or the company.
Must be able to perform physical requirements of the job, with or without a reasonable accommodation, including, but not limited to, perceiving differences in wire cable colors, moving and/or lifting items such as ladders, tools, air tanks, cable reels, test equipment and other objects weighing up to 100 pounds, working aloft; climbing ladders and poles, and entering tunnels, buildings, trenches, crawl spaces, manholes, and other confined spaces to accomplish job tasks.
Where a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) is required, the applicant must pass an alcohol and drug test.
Security background investigation may be required.
Job site visits will generally be granted only where a contractual obligation exists.
A valid state driver's license with a satisfactory driving record. Must have ability to drive vehicle with manual gearshift.
Must meet applicable federal and state standards for operating the size vehicles covered by this job title.
Where a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) is required, the applicant will receive related, Company-provided Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) training. Upon completion of D.O.T. training, the applicant must qualify on D.O.T.'s Commercial Driver's License (CDL) written and skills qualifications tests to retain the job.
Must be available to work scheduled tours designated by the Collective Bargaining Agreement and/or the needs of the business. Associates may be required to work evenings, weekends, holidays, and overtime as the needs of the business necessitate. Non-scheduled days will be required as needs of the business necessitate.
Training generally includes: five to six weeks of initial classroom training and may include Pole Climbing, Basic Construction, Basic Splicing, Department of Transportation training, and other training as required and on-the-job training. Job specific training must be successfully completed prior to engaging in FiOS work assignment; training duration is three weeks in length with an additional week of FTTP-platform fiber optic splicing.
Student: Resident Assistant
Resident Assistants are responsible for fulfilling the goals and objectives that are described in the Residence Life Mission Statement. Overall, our primary objective is to create a living-learning environment that is conductive to promoting academic and personal growth among students and RAs.
Duties include various aspects of freshman orientation and campus visitation days, working the desk in each respective hall, and evening and weekend responsibilities. RAs will have to do rounds in the building on a regular basis to ensure the building is safe and secure. RAs must respond to crisis situations in the residence halls 24 hours a day.
The RA will provide personal help and assistance to residents. RAs should initiate contact with residents who appear to need support, or contact students at the direction of the Resident Director. RAs should be available and accessible to students.
The RA will plan and participate in programs and activities for residents with the Resident Director. RAs are required to support Welcome Weekend, the Back to School Fall Bash, and all other Housing and Residence Life programs.
RAs are to be a positive role model and maintain confidentiality at all times. Any RA should plan to provide leadership by displaying enthusiasm and a positive attitude toward activities in the community.
RAs are required to journal at least once a month, or at the discretion of the RD.
RAs are required to enforce rules and regulations. RAs should know and support University and/or residence hall rules.
RA s will document all violations and participate as required in the student conduct system. All RAs must be full time students, in good academic and student conduct standing, must be willing to attend mandatory RA interest session and two weeks of training in August. RAs must maintain a 2.50 cumulative GPA to be eligible for this position.
It is recommended that RA candidates have one year of previous residence hall experience, but other types of experiences can be submitted.
RAs are allowed one weekend off during the following months: September, October, November, January, February, March, and April. Candidates must be able to meet this standard.
RAs must be in their assigned residence hall before midnight Sunday through Thursday and by 2am on Friday and Saturday. Any RA is allowed one night off a week where he or she will not have to meet these time frames. Candidates must be able to meet this standard.
Candidates must be available to participate in Fall and Spring training.
Candidates must demonstrate strong leadership, administrative and communication skills. Experience planning student events and responding to crisis situations is preferred. Candidates must live in multiple-story residence halls and must be able to navigate stairs and equipment associated with the position.
Must have the ability to demonstrate strong interpersonal and effective communication skills. Candidates should have an awareness of and sensitivity to others, a high level of maturity, sound judgment, emotional stability, flexibility, and willingness to accept responsibility. Will need to provide recommendations, staff evaluations, and examples of previous work experience.
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