Chapel Hill Job Description Sample
Operations Assistant Manager
Responsible for assisting with all operational tasks within the store as delegated and assigned by the Store Manager with main focus on the front-end and sales floor operations. Also assist with the hiring, training and development of store associates as delegated by the Store Manager
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Assist with all store functions and day-to-day store activities as directed by the Store Manager
Able to perform all opening and closing procedures in the absence of the Store Manager
Assist the Store Manager in protecting and securing all company assets, including store cash
Adhere to all policies and procedures including safety guidelines
Maintain a professional and friendly environment with customers, subordinates and supervisors
Maintain all areas of the store, including the stockroom and sales floor, to company standards to include recovery
When the Store Manager is not on the premises, direct supervisory responsibility for all hourly Associates
Process all SSC Corporate directives including Pull and Hold/Destroy, Task Compliance, Key Survey information
requests and any additional communications related to store activities as delegated by the Store Manager
Assist the Store Manager on the receipt and return of DSD merchandise.
Follow the VIP and DSD Policies and Procedures
Assist the Store Manager in ensuring proper staffing coverage on a daily basis
Assist the Store Manager in ensuring that the sales floor is sales effective on a daily basis
Assist in the management of cashiering activities to ensure all company cash handling practices & guidelines are followed at all times by all Associates
Promotional effectiveness of store-front fixtures and displays
Assist in the management of sales effectiveness of seasonal areas in the store
Coordinate appropriate signage utilized in the store
Assist with the receipt and return of DSD merchandise
Process damaged merchandise on a daily basis
Assist Store Manager with creation of weekly schedules
Assist in the management of store supplies and expense control
Assist with merchandising and maintaining the checkout area to maximize impulse sales
Ensure coolers and store-front program racks/displays are refilled daily (balloon program, sunglasses, batteries, etc.)
Assist with the management of the Drive Item program
Prefer prior retail and management experience
Strong communication, interpersonal, and written skills
Ability to lift, bend and transport merchandise weighing up to 50lbs
Ability to work in a high energy team environment
This job specification should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of the position. This is not to be considered a complete list of job duties, which appear in the job description for this position, and which may be amended from time to time at the discretion of Dollar Tree. Incumbents will follow any other instructions and perform any other related duties as may be required by their supervisor.
Dollar Tree is an equal opportunity employer.
Business Advisory Services Staff Accountant
BUSINESS ADVISORY SERVICES STAFF ACCOUNTANT
Prominent CPA firm in the Chapel Hill, NC area is seeking a Staff Accountant for our Business Advisory Services department. The ideal candidate will have approximately 2 years of experience with bookkeeping/accounting and be familiar with the preparation of financial statements, payroll processing/tax filings, and general ledger maintenance. Strong multi-tasking skills and ability to switch between projects is highly desired. Experience with small businesses and nonprofit organizations preferred.
The Staff Accountant in Business Advisory Services is directly responsible for various client accounts which are assigned to them. This includes bookkeeping, payroll and payroll tax, sales and use tax, financial statement preparation and various other accounting and consulting services.
Skill sets should include (but are not limited to) neatness and clarity of work, appropriate relations with client personnel and firm associates, enthusiasm for assignments (especially more advanced or technical projects), and the ability to complete work timely and accurately.
Competency and technical skill sets include (but are not limited to) strong knowledge of accounting principles and standard accounting processes for recording a company’s business transactions into a general ledger, account reconciliations and work paper preparation, prepare and post journal entries and ability to adapt work as required by level of engagement.
Candidate must have a strong knowledge of Microsoft Excel, QuickBooks, and Microsoft Word. Personal characteristics include integrity, professional in attitude and appearance, and strong work ethic. Sense of humor is a must!
Minimum of two years of prior bookkeeping experience and an accounting degree preferred
Highly proficient in QuickBooks
Highly proficient in Payroll Processing/Tax Filing
Demonstrated written and oral communication skills
Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a team
High degree of discretion dealing with confidential information
Available to work overtime in January through March
Shift Supervisor Management Trainee
The Shift Supervisor Trainee role is an entry-level, short-term role that prepares an employee to perform a higher-level supervisory role, such as Operations Supervisor or Shift Supervisor. The Shift Supervisor Trainee performs work as directed in order to prepare for future supervisory responsibilities, completes basic operations and management skills training, and also learns about key aspects of the business (e.g., building customer loyalty through exceptional service) and CVS/pharmacy culture.
Upon successful completion of the training program, Shift Supervisor Trainees are eligible to be considered for promotion to open Operations Supervisor or Shift Supervisor positions. These key leadership roles support the CVS Store Management team in driving store execution and performance while building consumer loyalty to CVS/pharmacy through a focus on excellent customer service. When there is no manager onsite, the Operations Supervisor or Shift Supervisor leads the store staff, ensures that store operations run smoothly, and is responsible for ensuring the completion of all opening and closing procedures.
Work effectively with store management and store crews
Supervise the store's crew through assigning, directing and following up of all activities
Effectively communicate information both to and from store management and crews
Assist customers with their questions, problems and complaints
Promote CVS customer service culture. (Greet, offer help, and thank)
Handle all customer relations issues in accordance with company policy and promote a positive shopping experience for all CVS customers
Maintain customer/patient confidentiality
Deductive reasoning ability, analytical skills and computer skills. Advanced communication skills. Ability to work a flexible schedule, including some early morning, overnight and weekend shifts, to work overtime as needed.
Experience in retail
High school diploma or equivalent required
It's a new day in health care.
Combining CVS Health and Aetna was a transformative moment for our company and our industry, establishing CVS Health as the nation's premier health innovation company. Through our health services, insurance plans and community pharmacists, we're pioneering a bold new approach to total health. As a CVS Health colleague, you'll be at the center of it all.
We offer a diverse work experience that empowers colleagues for career success. In addition to skill and experience, we also seek to attract and retain colleagues whose beliefs and behaviors are in alignment with our core values of collaboration, innovation, caring, integrity and accountability.
CVS Health is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Gender/Ethnicity/Disability/Protected Veteran - we highly value and are committed to all forms of diversity in the workplace.
We proudly support and encourage people with military experience (active, veterans, reservists and National Guard) as well as military spouses to apply for CVS Health job opportunities. We comply with the laws and regulations set forth in the following EEO is the Law Poster: EEO IS THE LAW and EEO IS THE LAW SUPPLEMENT.
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The Plumbing Foreman is responsible for supervising the field and subcontractor workers, and is directly responsible for field installation activities in a specifically assigned area.
Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
Provide necessary tools and installation equipment in the work area prior to arrival of workers
Provide installation instruction to the workers by detailed verbal explanation or detailed sketches
Provide all materials organized to ensure ease of installation in the work area
Expedites tools, equipment, and materials to insure that the workers stay in the work area
Inspect and test the installation
Call for code enforcement inspections
Mark-up as-built drawings daily
Enforce safety policies and respond to incidents
Skills/Requirements Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Minimum of 3 years construction craft experience in similar facility construction.
Ability to exhibit leadership skills that motivate, build respect and express a firm and fair attitude when directing workers.
Exhibits commitment to the implementation.
Experience enforcing company safety programs and OSHA regulations that result in providing a safe work place.
Communication and management skills to improve the team is required
Bernhard is an EOE M / F / Vet/ Disabled Employer and participates in the E-Verify program.
Applicants for Bernhard positions must be legally authorized to work in the United States, and verification of eligibility will be required at the time of commencement of employment.
Practice Administrator - Aesthetic Solutions
Practice Administrator- Aesthetics- NC - 27210956
Our Client is looking for an experienced Practice Administrator with Aesthetics experience in the Chapel Hill, NC market. You will work directly with the Executive Director and Physician Owner to oversee administrative, financial, human resource, and development activities of the practice. This Practice is known for expertise in aesthetic medicine. They provide a comprehensive array of aesthetic services, specializing in injectable treatments, laser resurfacing, body contouring and medical grade skin care. They pair clinically proven treatments with a highly skilled, compassionate team of healthcare professionals to deliver the very best in aesthetic care.
Education and Experience
• Minimum 7 years of experience in private practice medical management; medical aesthetics experience preferred.
• Bachelor’s degree in business administration, health care administration, or similar required. Master’s in business administration or health care administration preferred.
• Human resource certification or leadership training preferred.
• Strong financial background/experience specific to physician offices, including retail product inventory management, physician office billing systems, accounts payable, general ledger, and budgeting.
• Proven experience in personnel management and administration of payroll systems.
• In-depth knowledge of compliance, personnel law, workplace safety, and other regulatory issues pertaining to a medical practice and retail skin care products.
• Comprehensive knowledge of practice operations, including patient counseling, marketing, and office efficiency.
• Effective communication style with a high level of emotional maturity that works for a variety of personalities.
• Ability to lead high-performing teams and motivate an organization toward a common goal.
• Decisive leadership and above-average judgment.
• Integrity and trustworthiness.
• Ability to effectively sustain multiple, simultaneous tasks while attentive to detail and accuracy.
• Aptitude in anticipating critical issues and offering solutions to practice owner and staff.
• A high degree of initiative, judgment, and discretion.
• Professional appearance and demeanor.
• Review daily financial reports to confirm accuracy and compliance with practice policies
• Maintain practice metric spreadsheets to track key performance indicators.
• Create and review multiple monthly financial reports with the executive director, including balance sheet, profit and loss statement, provider productivity, and medical aesthetic benchmarks.
• Provide direct or indirect approval of practice expenditures and work with the physician owner and executive director to appropriately manage operational expenses.
• Maintain adequate internal controls to safeguard and ensure effective use of practice resources.
• Participate in the annual financial bench-marking analysis and help determine strengths and weaknesses.
• Develop appropriate improvement plans.
• Act as practice liaison between the attorney, CPA and executive director.
• Manage provider employment contracts.
• Calculate and distribute provider and staff bonus compensation based on productivity.
• Oversee accounts payable and accounts receivable operations and provide timely status updates to executive director.
• Maintain efficient purchasing system for retail products and medical/office supplies.
• Supervise clinic and retail sales operations, including financial planning, provider relations, and implementation of strategic plans.
• Maintain strong focus on improving operational efficiency and profitability of the organization.
• Ensure the entire team has adequate training to provide outstanding care to patients.
• Complete periodic time studies to assess clinic flow and makes operational recommendations to improve practice efficiency.
• Maintain an efficient inventory management system for cosmetic products and verify employees manage the system correctly.
• Oversee clinical research activities to ensure studies are properly managed and viewed positively within the industry and with patients.
• Responsible for the overall leadership and direction of the practice.
• Resolve escalated patient complaints and complex staffing challenges or issues.
• Monitor and manage staffing levels to ensure the practice runs smoothly and efficiently.
• Develop and support a healthy team environment among departments.
• Maintain employee files and ensure compliance with federal and state human resource regulations.
• Manage human resource functions for the office, including employee reviews, wage/salary analysis, staff orientation and on-boarding, paid time off, employee health benefits, and staffing levels.
Regulatory and Compliance
• Guarantee compliance with state and federal workplace regulations.
• Ensure compliance with regulations, guidelines, and standards of care set forth by state and federal agencies, licensing and accrediting boards;, and professional societies governing the licensure, accreditation, and operation of medical practices and providers.
• Develop and maintain systems to provide continuing education and certification for clinical providers.
• Oversee practice facilities and equipment, ensuring proper maintenance and safekeeping
Base Salary: $70,000.00 - $100,000.00 - DOE
On-Target-Earnings: $100,000.00 - $140,000.00 + Complete Benefits Package + Upward Mobility
Locations: Chapel Hill, NC Area
Number of Openings: (1)
Community Based Pharmacy Clinical Residency
The Postgraduate Year One (PGY1) Community-based Pharmacy Residency Program aims to develop pharmacy leaders who are capable of improving the health of patients within the communities they serve. The primary purpose is to foster the development of community-based pharmacist practitioners who are community-focused practice leaders, serving as an access point for care and having the skillset necessary to provide quality generalist patient care services wherever health and medication needs arise.
The Clinical Resident will provide patient care, including patient-centered dispensing; develop leadership and management skills; advance community-based practice through a quality improvement project, business plan, and research project; teach student pharmacists in classroom and experiential settings; and attend Seminar. The preferred Clinical Resident should demonstrate: 1) an interest in community-based pharmacy, including emerging practice trends; 2) effective communication and collaboration skills; 3) critical thinking and problem solving skills; 4) leadership and ability to partner with others to achieve a common goal; and 5) assertiveness and motivation.In order to be considered for this position, the candidate must have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. The candidate should also be eligible for licensure in the state of North Carolina.
Outpatient Pharmacy Technician II
Position: Outpatient Pharmacy Technician II
Location: Main Hospital / Chapel Hill
Hours: Full Time, 40 hrs/wk; Rotating Shifts from 6:45am to 8:30pm
Receive written prescriptions or refill requests and verify that information is complete and accurate.
Maintain accurate patient profiles including current and most convenient form of communication during work hours (employee pager and/or phone numbers).
Assist health care providers and patients by greeting them in person and/or by phone; answering questions and requests; referring inquiries to the pharmacist as needed.
Maintain proper and timely communication with patients during work hours via page or phone call should issues arise that result in a delay of accurate filling and dispensing of a prescription (i.e. prior authorizations) and coordinate with the physician when necessary.
Maintain pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed medications and supplies; placing and expediting orders; verifying receipt; removing outdated drugs at least monthly.
Maintain a safe and clean pharmacy by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations, organize work area daily at the end of each shift and participate in a comprehensive monthly cleaning of the pharmacy area.
Protect patients and employees by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols.
Organize medications for pharmacist to dispense by reading medication orders and prescriptions; preparing labels; calculating quantities; and assembling other pharmaceutical therapies with a goal prescription turn over time of 20 minutes.
Maintain records by recording and filing physicians' orders and prescriptions.
Generate revenues by calculating, recording, and issuing charges.
Deliver medications to designated patient work areas.
Participate in daily return-to-stock process of completed prescriptions.
Assist patients in finding copayment assistance or outside pharmacy triage if necessary.
Prepare reports by collecting and summarizing information as required.
Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
HS diploma or equivalent. Completion of an academic pharmacy technician training program preferred. Registration with the NC Board of Pharmacy. Registration with the NC Board of Pharmacy. CPhT from PTCB unless enrolled in pharmacy school. Prior pharmacy technician experience is preferred.
Associate Director Of ISC
The Institute for Social Capital, Inc. (ISC) Associate Director assists in the administration of ISC and directs its day-to-day management. This position has significant social research and managerial components, requires a significant amount of community relationship development and a broad knowledge of research topics and methodologies.
This position manages and assists research teams involving community members, faculty members, graduate students, research staff brought together to work on a major applied social research activity using the ISC Community Database. Masters degree is required. Masters degree in the social sciences, preferably with a specialization in housing and community development. A minimum of three years of experience in social science research Program management experience Experience in coordinating and managing social science research projects, data collection and management, statistical analysis, and reporting Strong organizational as well as oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills Experience with large databases at the national, state and local levels Experience in facilitating meetings with community members, government officials and other stakeholders Ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision Proficiency in SAS, SPSS, or STATA, and GIS Experience in survey development and implementation Familiarity with database and case management software such as SQL, HMIS and ServicePoint Knowledge of federal laws pertaining to usage of individual data including HIPAA and FERPA
Cataloging And Metadata Librarian
The Cataloging and Metadata Librarian is responsible for the ongoing work of the law library’s catalog and for the cataloging of materials in all formats, including print and digital resources. This position is responsible for the creation, maintenance, and enrichment of metadata representing the library’s digital and physical collections.
This position works closely with colleagues to evaluate and document policies, procedures and workflows for cataloging, classification, authority control, metadata, and database maintenance. This position also manages the library’s participation in the Federal Depository Library Program. Essential responsibilities include managing the receipt and processing of all library materials; liaising with Shepard’s System Librarian to represent the interests of the Law Library with regards to the libraries’ common catalog; creating resource and bibliographic records for free and licensed content; resolving cataloging and classification issues and document decisions and practices; creating metadata for the Law School’s institutional repository; participating in electronic resources management; continuing resources management, including identifying and resolving problems relating to complex electronic serials, databases, and subscriptions; managing the Library’s proxy server; and compiling statistical reports.
In addition, the Cataloging and Metadata Librarian works in close cooperation with other library managers and senior management to engage in project planning and ensure the coordination of programs and services to the Law Library’s community, including physical and intellectual access to collections; and performs other duties as assigned. Master of Library Science (M.L.S.) degree from an A.L.A. approved library school plus 3 years of relevant experience in technical services. Knowledge of cataloging principles, as well as knowledge of integrated cataloging systems.
Program Manager, Master Of Accounting Program
The Program Manager is responsible for the financial and office administration of the Master of Accounting (MAC) department. This position is responsible for the financial administration of the MAC Program which includes financial processing, invoicing, reimbursements, monthly budget reconciliation, and serves as the liaison with the Financial Services department.
Also, the Program Manager handles the office administration for the department that consists of making travel arrangements for staff, scheduling and coordinating meetings, updating and managing the Master Calendar, scheduling classrooms and providing administrative support for events/meetings. This position will be the front-line representative for the MAC program in assisting students, staff, prospective students and faculty with questions. The Program Manager must work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to provide top quality customer service and help resolve challenges as they arise.
Occasional evening/weekend work may be required. High school diploma or equivalency; or demonstrated possession of the competencies necessary to perform the work.
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