Buffalo Job Description Sample
Retail Representative Part Time
To all you incredibly talented, challenge seekers, dare-to dreamers, early to rise in the morning go-getters, outside-of-the-box thinkers, experience-driven trendsetters, and creative brainstorming doodlers, we just have four words: We're looking for you.
CROSSMARK is looking for creative, social team members that want the opportunity to work with major retail vendors to help create lasting impressions on our customers. Retail Merchandising Representatives are responsible for quality performance of retail tasks and objectives to achieve superior results for CROSSMARK'S clients and customers.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Schedules tasks on weekly basis to meet execution objectives
Executes retail merchandising tasks as scheduled
Performs stores/tasks in efficient/cost effective manner
Accurately reports all completed retail tasks via the appropriate designated systems on the day the work is performed.
Communicates effectively with store personnel regarding tasks, sales activities, promotions, and client/sales plan objectives
Completes required training and certification programs.
Engage every work day with CROSSMARK'S communication tools for the purpose of accurately planning, reporting, and reviewing work.
Ability to implement retail schematics and merchandising materials as assigned.
Flexibility to participate in team scheduled tasks and clients work-withs.
Dedicated to providing excellent customer service and to develop a professional working relationship with store management, associates and other merchandising companies to effectively meet company and client objectives.
Insures proper maintenance on all company equipment.
Follows company policies, procedures, and position responsibilities.
This role is not expected to exceed more than 24 hours per week, although the company does maintain the discretion to change the role based on the needs of the business and/or the client.
Note: This job description does not imply that the above functions are the only tasks that may be performed. Associates will be expected, if possible, to follow any other job-related instructions and perform any other job-related tasks as directed by management.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.
Education/Experience: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); Prior retail experience is preferred, but not required.
Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk or hear; stoop, kneel, crouch, climb or balance. The employee is regularly required to lift up to 25 pounds and to occasionally lift up to 60 pounds from the floor to waist or chest high. Significant time driving a vehicle may be required. In general, resets can be very physical in nature. Reset activities could include: removing items from the shelf, moving shelves, building fixtures, reorganizing the products according to the plan-o-gram provided, replacing shelf tags, filling in new products and retrieving additional stock when necessary.
Proficient use of a Personal Computer, printer and familiarity with Adobe, Word, Excel, and Outlook.Tools: Daily access to the worldwide web with the ability to meet system requirements, printer and phone.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Associates are required to submit to a standard background check and drug screening as required when designated by the client.
Work environment: Retail store environment with some travel. Some projects include early mornings (i.e. 4-5am), overnight travel, weekends or nights and holidays.Language
English is the primary language skill, however, bilingual skills may be required based on business necessity.
You must have access to reliable transportation. The reliable transportation must be able to transport you and task materials a minimum of forty miles from your home to execute a variety of work. Operating a Personal or Company-provided Vehicle: In the event the associate drives a personal or Company-provided vehicle for business purposes, the associate is required to maintain a valid state-issued driver's license and the minimum auto insurance coverage specified by the associate's state of residence.
At CROSSMARK, you can get the job that gets your lifestyle. Whether you are seeking a career in retail merchandizing, the flexibility of a part-time job or full-time corporate employment, we have a place for you. Join our U.S. team of over 30,000 dedicated and talented individuals in providing expert sales and marketing services for the consumer goods industry.
CROSSMARK is committed to providing accessible employment practices and welcomes applications from people with disabilities. If you require accommodation for a disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please let us know.
To apply please email your resume to Jillian.Ghatas@crossmark.com
The ideal Account Executive will pro-actively network, cold call, and sell to multiple contacts within an organization, including "C" levels. This person will manage and develop relationships with customers and provide a consultative sales approach that delivers the highest level of account management services. The Account Executive should share the goals and concerns of the client and understand the technology partner and products available to meet their goals and solve their challenges. This position is virtual/remote with regional travel required.
Role and Responsibilities:
Consistently meet sales and profitability goals.
Position, configure and quote product and service solutions to clients.
Participate in industry organizations such as ISSA, ISACA, OWASP etc.
Manage leads and opportunities through the companies Salesforce and other CRM tools.
Accurately and consistently report sales forecasts and opportunity funnels
Participate in creation, editing and closure of services proposals.
Work with GuidePoint Security vendors to understand and position their technologies, understand and articulate their value proposition to clients.
Participate in field marketing to generate interest and provide information to the client prospect community to include driving attendance to such events and activities
Represent GuidePoint Consultants to clients and be able to articulate our areas of expertise
Set proper expectations and maintain open communication with clients and vendors through the lifecycle of the sales process.
Effectively leverage supporting resources in the sales process with the spirit of teamwork and cooperation.
Professionally develop and present sales presentations to large groups and executive level clients.
Minimum 5 years outside sales experience in the IT space required (preference for experience in Information Security)
Current enterprise security space experience preferred
Strong, established relationships with key accounts in the territory required
Requires experience with Salesforce.com
Strong group presentation skills a must
Verifiable history of exceeding sales goals and generating leads
Demonstrated ability of lead generation and opening new accounts
Experience selling professional services, security audits and assessments a plus
Bachelors degree preferred
Network security vendor related certifications strongly preferred
Work virtual/remote from home office with regional travel required
GuidePoint Security is a rapidly growing, profitable, privately-held value added reseller that focuses exclusively on Information Security. Since its inception in 2011, GuidePoint has grown to over 200 employees, established strategic partnerships with leading security vendors, and serves as a trusted advisor to more than 1,000 clients.
Firmly-defined core values drive all aspects of the business, which have been paramount to the company's success and establishment of an enjoyable workplace atmosphere. At GuidePoint, your colleagues are knowledgeable, skilled, and experienced and will seek to collaborate and provide mentorship and guidance at every opportunity.
This is a unique and rare opportunity to grow your career along with the one of the fastest growing companies in the nation.
Some added perks….
MacBook Air or Pro
Healthy mobile phone and home internet allowance
100% employer-paid medical and dental with generous employer family contributions
Eligibility for retirement plan after 6 months at open enrollment
Equal Opportunity Employer
GuidePoint Security, LLC is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.
Director Of Freshman Admissions
Distinguishing Features of the Position
This is a highly specialized position requiring innovative and creative vision of undergraduate admissions. The Director of Freshman Admissions position will require knowledge best-practices in student recruitment and data-driven admissions forecasting. Employ strategic management of financial aid and financial aid leveraging practices through communication to the Admissions team. Exercise broad oversight over Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. Collaborate with the college community on all matters concerning enrollment of first-time freshman. The director is responsible for the departmental budget and will serve on various college committees.
Examples of Duties (illustrative only)
Plays a primary leadership role, working with enrollment management leadership in the development and implementation of a comprehensive admissions recruitment plan.
Overall coordination of a full range of admissions activities which include freshman admissions, student ambassador program, liaison with school counseling community, travel program, staff development and training, multicultural recruiting, promotional publications, and on-campus-programs.
Initiating and monitoring the recruitment and selection process.
Direct supervisory responsibilities for professional staff.
Develops admissions division policies and practices consistent with the colleges mission, in conjunction with the marketing and strategic enrollment management plan.
Travel as required, interviewing, evaluation of student candidates, and other tasks assigned by enrollment management leadership.
Accountable for all budgetary expenditures and the close monitoring of funds.
Development of weekly applicant reports for administration and academic departments.
Work closely with all department/program chairs with regards to admissions policies/standards and enrollment.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Strong cross-cultural, interpersonal, and writing skills necessary, including the ability to represent the College in a positive way to diverse populations.
Experience with a CRM system (Microsoft Dynamics preferable).
Understanding of enrollment strategy, admissions, financial aid, and market research.
A strong commitment to the colleges mission to honor the catholic heritage and the spirit of St. Marguerite dYouville by fostering an environment that promotes academic, social, spiritual, and professional development in programs that promote leadership and service.
Acceptable Training and Experience
A masters or doctoral degree in higher education leadership, marketing, business, or a related field along with at least five (5) years of experience in higher education admissions is preferred.
Lab Apprentice/Optical Assistant Split Under 20 Hours
Under supervision of a journeyperson, operates various laboratory equipment to produce optical products that are complete, correct, and meet ANSI standards. Follows safety standard procedures and directions in order to complete tasks in a timely manner.
Identify prescriptions that require surfacing.
Compute a work ticket on the DVI computer.
Inspect lensometer and is responsible for adjustment of eyepiece, checking power, axis and prism.
Identify decentration off the work ticket for blocking lenses.
Neutralize lenses, layout and edge lenses.
Treat lenses for impact resistance, or applies coatings and tints as desired, and grinding curves (i.e. bifocals; front and/or back curves).
Maintain pattern file; learning how to make patterns with pattern cutter by hand.
Assemble and insert lenses into frames, bench align finished pair of glasses, and polishes edges. Check for scratches or defects in lenses.
Maintain a clean and safe workplace. Responsible for cleaning and maintenance of all equipment.
Order and maintain a consistent level of supplies.
Adhere to privacy and confidential and proprietary company policies and procedures (i.e. HIPAA).
Participate in any/all training and educational activities necessary to fulfill at least the minimum requirements as specified within your departmental goals. This is in addition to, the completion of any activities necessary for the maintenance of professional affiliations or organizational requirements.
Diligently maintain the cleanliness of all equipment, workstations and the overall facility on a daily basis.
As required by changing business needs, complete additional responsibilities as assigned.
Education, Experience & Background:
High School Diploma, GED, or the equivalent combination of education and experience
Knowledge of or the ability to learn ANSI standards.
If you are prohibited from working on a government contract, this may disqualify you from consideration for this position.
HVHC provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religious beliefs, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability or history of disability, genetic information, status as a protected veteran or disabled veteran, or any other status protected by Federal, state or local law.
Chiropractic Clinician, Part-Time
Chiropractic Clinicians are charged with preparing chiropractic students for contemporary practice and supporting them in acquiring the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes as outlined by the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE) and clinic policies. The Chiropractic Clinician must embrace ethical, efficient, and evidence based care keeping current with state and federal regulations and in still these attributes in the chiropractic intern.
Duties include a combination of:
Active patient care
Clinical supervision of interns
Clinic outreach activities
Didactic and clinical teaching
Inter-professional educational activities
Chiropractic Clinicians are responsible for all patient and student interactions which can be both within and external to the clinical setting.
Chiropractic Clinicians shall be engaged in Quality Assurance activities that may include committee participation, file audits, patient surveys and other quality initiatives as determined by program administration.
The Chiropractic Clinician shall facilitate and ensure compliance to the administrative policies of the clinical education experience as well as the chiropractic program. Part-time clinicians are required to actively engage in building a clinic-based chiropractic practice and take part in the faculty practice plan.
Additionally, Chiropractic Clinicians shall create a positive learning environment by:
Motivating students with learning that is current, evidence based and relevant
Having students actively involved in the learning and patient management process
Mentoring the intern during a patient encounter
Providing a variety of learning experiences
Providing positive feedback
Initiating/implementing any necessary intern remediation activities
Being sensitive to the fact that students have personal concerns and need an atmosphere of safety
Recognizing the unique backgrounds, experiences and learning needs of individuals
Maintaining the self-esteem of students
Having high expectations for themselves and the students
Taking into consideration the personal needs of students
Part-time clinicians must provide an updated Curriculum Vitae yearly identifying CE and other activities ensuring that they are keeping current with practice standards and guidelines.
Minimum requirements include a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from a CCE accredited chiropractic college and five years active practice experience; alternatively candidates must have advanced practice credentials (Diplomates or equivalent) or pertinent second professional/educational degrees (FNP, MEd, PhD, etc.) and three years of active practice experience. Candidates must have a valid New York State chiropractic licensure.
Patient Financial Services Representative
The work involves performing hospital or professional billing functions, collecting and accounting for monies received, and denials prevention analysis in the Hospital Billing Department for the Erie County Medical Center Corporation. The incumbent submits and follows-up all billing and claims for the facility and performs analysis to identify denials, appeals and corrective actions to maximize reimbursements.
Work is performed under the direct supervision of higher level administrative staff. Supervision is not a function of this position. Does related work as required.
TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES:
Performs all duties in accordance with Medicare, Medicaid, governmental and third party payer and patient self-pay billing guidelines, rules and regulations and ensures compliance with Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) regulations;
Operates electronic billing system;
Reviews patient medical bills for accuracy and completeness upon submission to payer;
Contacts patients, if necessary, to obtain information and assistance in processing claims;
Documents and updates patient accounts with correct and accurate information;
Follows up on unpaid or incorrectly paid claims to ensure correct and timely reimbursement;
Performs daily voucher breakdown to ensure timely follow-up is completed;
Prepares refunds for credit balances;
Prepares itemized bills and statements to be rendered;
Receives payments and set-up patient payment plans as required;
Analyzes and acts on system generated reports;
Bills and follows-up on payer and governmental audits;
Performs and monitors internal and external audits;
Reviews, completes and correctly files correspondence requests;
Monitors insurance denials; contacts insurance companies to resolve and recover denied claims;
Evaluates unresolved third party claims and processes appeals with insurance companies to obtain proper reimbursement;
Collaborates with internal and external departments to ensure correct billing practices and accurate reimbursement and to resolve billing issues;
Serves as a resource for problem solving for registration, demographic and insurance errors;
Tracks trends for denials and underpayments to facilitate process improvements; recommends quality and/or improvement initiatives;
Assists customers, both external and internal at the cashier's window;
Receives and downloads electronic funds transfer (EFT) payments;
Maintains and updates various cash logs, ensures cash received and posted is balanced, prepares daily deposit;
Receives mail for posting;
Posts various payments and adjustments from insurance companies and patients;
Trains new staff members and current employees on new procedures;
Attends and participates in office meetings to review problems and issues and to review, identify and develop process improvements.
FULL PERFORMANCE KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:
Thorough knowledge of hospital and professional services billing, terminology and procedures; good knowledge of hospital and professional services, charges, revenue and diagnosis codes; working knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid, governmental and third party payer and patient self-pay billing guidelines, rules and regulations; working knowledge of HIPAA; ability to perform basic arithmetic computations; ability to use computer applications including Word, Excel and billing systems; ability to analyze reports; ability to prepare statements and bills; ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to carry out oral and written instructions; ability to train staff; ability to work both independently and in a team setting; ability to multi-task; accuracy; neatness; tact; courtesy; capable of performing the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
A.) Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with an Associate's Degree in Business, Finance, Accounting, or closely related field and one (1) year of experience in hospital or healthcare billing; or:
B.) Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma and three (3) years of experience in hospital or healthcare billing; or
C.) An equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the limits of (A) and (B).
NOTE 1: Completion of a certificate program in Medical Billing or Medical Reimbursement or Professional/Physician Billing may be substituted for one (1) year of hospital or healthcare billing experience.
NOTE 2: Verifiable part-time and/or volunteer experience will be pro-rated toward meeting full-time experience requirement.
Reporter, Multimedia Journalist
If you can do it all as a Multi-Media Journalist and are looking for a place to really shine… WIVB/WNLO-TV in Buffalo is the place for you.
We are looking for a strong journalist who can engage our viewers. As part of the News 4 Team you will join some of the top storytellers in the business.
Candidates will need to have an investigative eye, outstanding news judgment, excellent communication/people skills, be active on social media and be able to work well under the pressure of strict deadlines.
To be successful as an MMJ at Channel 4, you must be energetic, have an investigative eye, strong writing skills, able to work well under the pressure of strict deadlines. A valid driver's license with a safe driving history is required.
"Live" on scene reporting experience is a must. The right person will have a minimum of two year's experience, excellent news judgment and instincts. In addition this person will have a demonstrated ability to report, shoot video, edit and post to the web.
If you have great on-air presence and you know news… WIVB-TV in Buffalo wants to hear from you.
Bachelor of Arts
The Grant Writer is responsible for researching, identifying, developing, preparing and responding to proposals and grant applications to support proposed, current, and ongoing projects. Additionally this individual will maintain a tracking database to ensure application deadlines are met and tasks remain on target.
Duties and responsibilities
Creates proposals and gather supporting documentation in response to solicitations.
Generates revenues for programs and services through timely submission of well-researched and written grant/fund-raising proposals.
Compiles reports to government, corporate, foundations and other founders as required.
Complies with grant reporting requirements while maintaining current records databases including tracking.
Maintains and implements funding calendar activities.
Identifies funding opportunities and new program areas to match Foundation priorities
Communicates with program officers at organizations to solicit invitations to submit proposals in addition to relevant agencies, and personnel internally and externally.
Special projects as needed.
Bachelor's Degree in Administration, Business, Finance, Marketing, Statistics or other related field.
Minimum of five years' experience with grant writing in a not-for-profit organization/ foundation setting.
Strong written communication skills with ability to write clear, articulate and persuasive proposals.
Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
Demonstrated attention to detail.
Ability to meet deadlines.
Knowledge of fundraising information sources.
Able to work well in a team environment, handle multiple assignments and meet deadlines.
Clinical Placement Assistant, Physician Assistant Program
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Assist the Program Coordinator with setting up and maintaining the PA student clinical clerkship schedule, (40 - 80 students x 12 rotations = 480-960 rotations per year).
Monthly creation of letters to preceptors regarding clinical schedule status and updates.
Continuous maintenance of clinical site/preceptor databases and paper files.
Continuous maintenance of 4th and 5th year student database and paper files.
Continuous maintenance of PA Grad database and paper files.
Monthly memos to 4th and 5th year PA Students upraising them of their forthcoming clinical rotation sites/information.
Ensure completion of student evaluations of preceptors/sites on E*Value.
Check-in & sorting of all clinical rotation paperwork on senior days.
Continuous appraisal of earned tuition credits by preceptors.
Typing, data entry, filing, and photocopying, as needed.
Provide support for PA Department office as needed.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Computer literacy (word processing, mail merges, spreadsheets, and database management)
Strong organizational and communication skills, detail oriented
High school diploma
At least one year of related experience
Clinical Placement Coordinator
The Clinical Placement Coordinator will work full time to assist the Academic Fieldwork Coordinator (AFWC) and the Level I Fieldwork Coordinator in seeking and securing clinical placements. This position will support management of the clinical rotations for OT students, assisting in tracking and confirming clinical placements and associated memoranda of agreement, communicating and corresponding with site coordinators, managing fieldwork files, and assisting with student/fieldwork databases.
Continuous maintenance of clinical site/preceptor databases and files.
Continuous maintenance of memoranda of agreement.
Continuous maintenance of OT student database/ files for multiple student cohorts each year.
Continuous maintenance of OT student compliance with site pre-placement requirements.
Regular communication to OT students, apprising them of forthcoming clinical rotation sites/information/compliance.
Regular communication with site contact persons
Establishment and maintenance of site relationships.
Typing, data entry, filing, and emailing, as needed.
Provide support for other related administrative duties as needed.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Computer literacy (word processing, mail merges, spreadsheets, and database management)
- Ability to utilize various software programs (Excel, site management software, etc.)
- Strong organization skills and detail orientation
Education and Experience
Accreditation Standards associated with Fieldwork Education State and Federal Regulations associated with Fieldwork Education
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