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Latent Print Examiner
InCadence Strategic Solutions is currently seeking a Latent Print Examiner to work on our client site in Atlanta, GA. The Latent Print Examiner will be based in Forest Park, GA, however travel may be required OCONUS, as needed: Afghanistan, Kuwait, Bahrain, or Djibouti. The Latent Print Examiner will be responsible for the following:
- Perform analysis techniques to determine the existence of latent prints.
- Identify, mark, photograph, determine suitability, submit, and perform comparisons.
- Process evidence to determine the presence of latent fingerprints using any documented wet and dry laboratory process at their location. Processing methods include, but are not limited to, Cyanoacrylate fuming, stickyside paste, and dyes.
- Examine evidence for latent prints using all means available, including, specialized lighting sources, conditions, and magnification. All latent prints discovered shall be marked in a non-destructive manner.
- Photograph each latent print using photographic equipment capable of producing an image of 1000 dpi or greater. Each photograph of each latent print shall be separately serialized with each evidence item and case.
- Examine the photographic image and determine whether the print has sufficient quality to make a comparison, and/or to submit to the Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS). This determination shall be in accordance with documented criteria.
- Examine and compare latent prints to known prints. Determining a match shall be based on best professional judgment of the examiner. Another examiner shall verify matches independently.
- Document all examination results/findings in the Weapons Technical Intelligence Exploitation Analysis Tool (WEAT) database.
- Annotate the case file documentation, detailing the processing techniques and the examination results.
- Perform administrative and/or technical reviews of reports and worksheets.
- Ensure proper chain of custody is maintained at all times
- Maintain a clean laboratory and personal workspace environment, in accordance with local laboratory procedures.
- A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree coupled with 2-4 years’ experience in the processing of material for latent prints, recovery of latents, examination, visualizing/recording latents, and evaluating latent prints in a forensics laboratory; OR an Associate’s degree coupled with 5-7 years related experience; OR a High School diploma coupled with 8-10 years related experience.
- Proficiency utilizing AFIS, ABIS, and/or other National databases.
- Must be able to successfully pass all medical requirements for deployment.
- Must be able to successfully pass a skills assessment.
- Current comparison experience is a must.
- Able to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret security clearance.
- Professional certification by the International Association of Identification (IAI) is desired but not required
InCadence Strategic Solutions is currently seeking a DNA Examiner to work on our client site in Atlanta, GA. The DNA Examiner will be based in Forest Park, GA, with required deployments OCONUS. Possible deployment locations include Afghanistan, Kuwait, Bahrain, or Djibouti. The DNA Examiner will be responsible for the following:
- Examine evidence in consultation with firearms and latent print analysts (as needed) to ensure proposed collection approach will not negatively impact collection of other forensic data from the evidence.
- Collect potential DNA samples from evidence using approved procedures designed to minimize the possibility of sample contamination. All samples shall be properly packaged, marked and stored in preparation for extraction.
- Generate STR DNA profiles from evidence and reference samples.
- Analyze and interpret data from analysis which typically consists of complex mixtures and low level samples.
- Use photographic equipment to capture still images of each evidence item and relevant key portions of the evidence item, or other exhibits, to support further analysis, conclusions, and documentation.
- Annotate the case file documentation, detailing the processing techniques and the examination results.
- Perform administrative and/or technical reviews of reports and worksheets.
- Ensure proper chain of custody is maintained.
- Perform instrument maintenance.
- A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree coupled with 4+ years’ experience working in a forensic laboratory performing DNA analysis on criminal evidence. Experience must include the following:
- Identification of blood and bloodstains, body fluids, and stains of body fluids, hair and other items requiring DNA or related analysis.
- Performance of visual and microscopic examination of hairs.
- Generation of STR DNA profiles.
- Comparison of evidence from victims, scenes, or instruments of incidents to evidence from suspects.
- Must be able to successfully pass a skills assessment.
- Able to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret security clearance required.
- Physical ability and commitment to deploy globally as a team member.
- Professional certification such as American Board of Criminalistics (ABC) is desired
- An active DoD Secret Clearance is desired
Senior IT Examiner / IT Examiner
The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia is one of the 12 regional Reserve Banks that, together with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., make up the Federal Reserve System. It helps formulate and implement monetary policy, supervises banks and bank and savings and loan holding companies, and provides financial services to depository institutions and the federal government. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia serves eastern and central Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Delaware.
Qualified candidates must have experience assessing information security and cyber security risks associated with information technology operations, electronic banking activities and management information systems. Audit, compliance, or regulatory experience in a variety of business lines is preferred. Certified Information Systems Auditor and Certified Information Systems Security Professional designations preferred. This position will be a member of the Reserve Bank's Large Bank Foreign Organization (LFBO) supervision program examination team.
This job description is for the Examiner Job Family and is intended primarily for positions within the Safety and Soundness (S&S) and Consumer Compliance (CC)/Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) business lines in Supervision, Regulation and Credit (SRC).
SRC is responsible for the supervision and regulation of state member banks (SMBs), bank holding companies (BHCs), savings and loan holding companies (SLHCs), financial holding companies (FHCs), data service providers, trust companies and large and foreign banking organizations (LFBOs).Supervised financial organizations are located across the District and range in size and complexity from small community organizations to some of the largest banking organizations in the country.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Participates as a member of a supervisory event team, as an Examiner-in-Charge (EIC) of a supervisory event, and/or as a member of a dedicated supervisory team for a specific institution or group of financial organizations. Involved in the direct supervision of financial organizations of various sizes and complexity. Conducts analyses, assesses compliance with laws and regulations, evaluates consumer compliance and CRA practices, assesses risk management systems, and communicates findings and assessments to various internal and external stakeholders, including senior bank management and boards of directors. The level of work required is generally considered complex. Maintains advanced skills in one or more disciplines.
The key responsibilities involved in core supervision work are:
Conducts analysis of current financial conditions and trends, and analyzing loans and other assets related to specific financial organizations and to portfolios of financial organizations;
Assesses financial organizations' compliance with all applicable laws and regulations; assesses financial organizations' consumer compliance risk management program, compliance with applicable consumer protection laws and regulations, and performance under the CRA.
Determines the quality of financial organizations' internal controls, audit systems, board/management oversight and other risk management systems;
Communicates findings and assessments to various stakeholders;
Evaluates corrective actions required to bring financial organizations into compliance with safe and sound banking practices and applicable laws and regulations; and
Develops the policies, procedures, and guidance necessary to execute core supervision activities.
A Senior Examiner generally performs the duties below for complex situations and/or financial organizations and non traditional financial organizations.
Lead sand participates in complex supervisory events of SMBs, bank and non bank subsidiaries, trust departments, service providers, and BHCs and SLHCs.
Serves effectively as an EIC to ensure the successful completion of a supervisory event, including the assessment of the financial organization's overall condition, risk management systems, and compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
Assesses financial organizations' consumer compliance risk management program, compliance with applicable consumer protection laws and regulations, and performance under the CRA.
Scope, organize, and control supervisory event activities; supervise assigned staff; develop institutional profiles, risk assessments, supervisory plans, and scope memoranda; prepare a comprehensive supervisory event report within a scheduled time frame; discuss conclusions with the senior management of the financial organization and, when necessary, its board of directors.
Provides feedback on the supervisory event; team performance when acting as EIC.
Serves a key role in ongoing supervision activities when assigned as dedicated EIC or similar risk specialty role.
Exercises independent judgment in determining objectives of and approaches to assignments, as well as determining findings and resolutions regarding organization specific and broader supervisory issues.
Determines the adequacy of a financial organization's risk management systems for identifying, measuring, monitoring and controlling risk in various specialty areas.
Assesses a financial organizations internal controls, including internal audit, policies, procedures, and risk monitoring systems.
Assesses financial organizations; compliance with all applicable laws and regulations; assess consumer compliance risk management program, compliance with applicable consumer protection laws and regulations, and performance under the CRA.
Assesses the quality of management and boards of directors.
Interprets information and review data in order to make decisions, establish priorities, and develop hypotheses to facilitate the understanding of events and circumstances, making projections to forecast trends.
Gathers and organize information, conduct thorough and accurate analyses, support findings and conclusions, make recommendations and decisions, and follow up as appropriate.
Assesses emerging trends and potential impact on assigned financial organization(s); develop analytical processes to monitor risk.
Develops and communicates findings, recommendations, ratings and supervisory actions for complex supervisory issues to internal and external stakeholders.
Conducts briefings on complex and non traditional financial organizations and/or situations on a regular and ad hoc basis for internal/external stakeholders, including Board of Governors' staff.
Maintains relationships with supervisory personnel at the Board of Governors' and other Reserve Banks, as well as with senior management and directors of supervised financial organizations to ensure thorough evaluation and the communication of complex supervisory event issues.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Participates in department and System wide initiatives, including, but not limited to, working with staff from other Reserve Banks, the Board of Governors and other regulatory agencies.
Typically serves as a subject matter expert in area of expertise.
Serves as a mentor and coach, providing constructive feedback to staff at all levels.
Serves in a formal training capacity, as applicable.
Completes other special projects or tasks as assigned.
Education and Experience:
A bachelor's degree is required; a major in business, economics, finance, accounting, law or a related field is preferred. Eight or more years of direct or comparable banking, financial or other industry, or banking supervision experience. An active commission issued by the Board of Governors; of the Federal Reserve System is required.
Knowledge and Skills:
Possesses and applies both specific and broad based knowledge including principles, practices and procedures of the field of specialization toward completing assignments.
Demonstrates an advanced understanding of supervision processes as well as banking processes and products.
Understands the full interplay of a financial organizations various operations and associated risk and assesses the quality of risk management systems from an enterprise wide perspective.
Supervisory event / Project Management
Organizes and manages work in such a way that an assignment or supervisory event is completed well and within the defined scope and time constraints, demonstrating the ability to effectively lead a team.
Develops supervisory event/project plans, timelines and milestones for complex supervisory events/projects and acts to ensure plan goals are achieved.
Assigns work and tasks to supervisory event/project team and coordinates completion of supervisory event/project deliverables.
Demonstrates advanced analytical and problem solving skills, independent and critical thinking, and decision making abilities. Recognizes symptoms that may indicate more significant problems or issues.
Exhibits strong written and oral communication skills.
Under little to no oversight, presents both orally and in written form findings and assessments concerning complex supervisory matters and/or financial organizations; nontraditional financial organizations to internal and external stakeholders.
Assists others in their communication to achieve a consistent message, tone, style and format, as applicable.
Demonstrates ability to discuss complex issues with all stakeholders.
Actively engages in transferring technical knowledge.
FRB Behavioral Competencies
Demonstrated mastery of the Banks core competencies.
Demonstrated ability with the Banks emerging leader competencies.
Building Effective Teams
Ability to sit, enter data, and verify data at the Personal Computer (PC) for extended periods of time.
Applicants must be able to provide work authorization to prove their eligibility to work in the United States.
An applicant for employment also must be a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, or hold a permanent resident/green card with intent to become a U.S. Citizen.
Travel including extended overnight stays is a requirement for the Examiner Job Family.
Valid driver's license required.
Applicants must be able to provide work authorization to prove their eligibility to work in the United States. An applicant for employment also must be a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, or hold a permanent resident/green card with intent to become a U.S. Citizen.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia believes that diversity and inclusion among our employees is critical to our success as an organization, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.
Property Claims Examiner
At The N&D® Group, we have been covering local homeowners, drivers, and businesses with personalized insurance policies since 1825. As a locally grown insurance company, we know the region, know the risks, and know the right coverage.
We are currently in search of an enthusiastic, qualified professional who meets our criteria for a Property Claims Examiner within our Claims Department. The Claims Examiner works with policyholders, agents, field adjusters, contractors, public adjusters and attorneys to manage property damage exposures associated with property damage claims.
- establishing timely contact with policyholders and other involved parties following the report of a claim
- analyzing policy terms to insure that the coverage sought applies to the loss event
- investigating loss facts to determine coverage and to rule out fraud
- assessing appropriate damages and negotiating settlements
- monitoring vendor usage and controlling expense costs
- be driven and interested in progressively more complex roles within the insurance industry
- have 5 or more years of experience working in the insurance industry ideally with both commercial and residential property experience
- have a Bachelors Degree from a four year college or university
- have an insurance designation (AINS, AIC, CPCU, etc.)
- be comfortable engaging in negotiations with policyholders, contractors, public adjusters and attorneys
- possess strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills
- possess the ability to work independently and in a team environment
- be proficient in Word, Excel & Outlook
We offer a competitive total compensation package including medical, dental, life insurance, pension and a 401(k) with match.
Our offices are located on the Charles River in historic Dedham, Massachusetts. Our employees enjoy the use of a subsidized on-site café with free hand fruit, fitness center, and free parking.
The Norfolk & Dedham Group® is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Securities Examiner III And IV - Downtown, Oahu
Recruitment Number 218448
Level III - $4,079 to $4,777 per month (SR-20, Step C to G)
Level IV - $4,413 to $5,167 per month (SR-22, Step C to G)
Note: Hiring rates will be based on availability of funds, the applicant's qualifications, and other relevant factors.
A continuous recruitment may be closed at any time. The notice of the last day to file applications will be posted on the Civil Service Hawaii State Government Jobs page of our website.
Level III - Performs moderately complex professional securities compliance work. Examines applications for the registration of securities broker-dealers, investment advisers, franchises etc., which have disciplinary history of minor non-compliance with the statutes and rules; assists with the examination of applications and filings for th registration of securities offerings; assists a higher level Securities Examiner with portions of on-site audits and examinations of securities broker-dealers and investment advisers; and performs other assignments designed to facilitate progession to the journey-level.
Level IV - Independently reviews and examines applications and filings for the registration of securities offerings, securities broker-dealers, securities salespersons, investment advisers, investment adviser representatives, franchises, professional fund-raising counsel and professional solicitors. Conducts audits and examinations of securities broker-dealers and investment advisers.
Makes final recommendations on applications which ae complete and do not have any legal issues. On more complex applications/examinations such as those presenting questions requiring legal interpretation, questionable financial status of the applicant, etc., does the preliminary staff work, makes preliminary evaluations and recommendations and assists the supervisor in discussion with the applicants and their legal representative regarding nonconformance to statutory and regulatory requirements.
Minimum Qualification Requirements
To qualify, you must meet all of the following requirements:
Basic Education Requirement: A bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university, including six semester credits in accounting and/or auditing.
Specialized Experience: One and one-half (1 1/2) years at the III Level and Two and one-half (2 ½) years at the IV Level of progressively responsible professional work experience in business analysis, business management, program administration, or other progressively responsible analytical experience which demonstrated knowledge of laws, rules and regulations covering the sale of securities; and the business operations and practices of broker-dealers, investment advisers and their representatives. Such experience must demonstrate the ability to interpret, explain and apply established rules, regulations, procedures, policies, precedents or other criteria and the ability to understand accounting and financial reports.
Examples of Qualifying Experience may include, but are not limited to:
- Professional experience in reviewing, analyzing, or preparing securities offerings;
- Professional auditing or accounting experience with an accounting firm which included auditing business operations of firms specializing in the sale of securities;
- Professional experience in the investigation and/or prosecution of securities violations.
Prerequisite Knowledge and Abilities Required: In addition to the knowledge required at the III level, comprehensive knowledge of laws, rules and regulations covering the registration of securities offerings, and registration of business and operational requirements of securities broker-dealers; investment advisers and their representatives; characteristics of various types of securities and their related risk factors; and sound investment principles.
- The knowledge requirement for the Securities Examiner III can be viewed by clicking on the link below.
Applicants must possess the ability to read, understand and apply complex written material including federal laws, regulations and State of Hawaii rules; review and evaluate securities requiring the application of State of Hawaii securities laws and rules; review business records and financial documents to determine compliance with legal requirements; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; and deal effectively with a wide range of individuals and groups.
Desired Qualification: A master's degree in business administration, accounting, banking or finance.
Substitutions Allowed: Relevant substitutions as described in the Minimum Qualification Requirements will apply.
The information provided above represents a summary of the complete Minimum Qualification Requirements (MQRs). To view the MQRs in their entirety, please CLICK HERE.
PUBLIC SERVICE LOAN FORGIVENESS (PSLF) PROGRAM
The PSLF Program is a federal program that is intended to encourage individuals to work in public service by forgiving the balance of their federal student loans. To qualify, the individual must have made 120 qualifying payments while employed by a qualifying employer. For more information, please click: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service
ELECTRONIC NOTIFICATION TO APPLICANTS
The Department of Human Resources Development (HRD) will use electronic mail (email) to notify applicants of important information relating to the status and processing of their applications as part of our ongoing efforts to increase operational efficiency, promote the conservation of green resources, and minimize delays and costs.
Please ensure that the email address and contact information you provide is current, secure, and readily accessible to you. We will not be responsible in any way if you do not receive our emails or fail to check your email-box in a timely manner. In addition, please be aware that you may no longer receive notification about applications submitted if you choose to disable the Job Application Emails feature in your Account Settings.
The examination for this recruitment will be conducted on an unassembled basis where the examination score is based on an evaluation and rating of your education and experience. It is therefore important that your employment application provide a clear and detailed description of the duties and responsibilities of each position you held.
In-person interviews and/or further testing in Hawaii may be required at the discretion of the hiring agency. If in-person interviews and/or further testing are required, applicants who meet the minimum qualification requirements and are referred to the vacancy must be available to participate in person and at their own expense in this phase of the selection process.
Applicants are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible. In addition to employment availability and score, the referral of qualified applicants may be based upon other factors including date of receipt of the application.
The State of Hawai'i complies with federal and state disability laws and makes reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees with disabilities. If you require reasonable accommodations in completing an application, any pre-employment testing, or otherwise participating in the selection process, please call 808-587-0936 for assistance.
CLICK HERE for further information about Equal Employment Opportunity, the Merit Civil Service System, Citizenship and other requirements, Reasonable Accommodation, Veterans Preference, Examination Requirements, and the State Recruiting Office's Levels of Review.
Account Examiner 8-E10, Collections
Contact taxpayers and/or their authorized representatives on tax problems and debts collected by the Michigan Department of Treasury. Review assigned cases and conduct investigations as needed.
Recommend and initiate noncompliance procedures. This employee works closely with other Revenue Officers, and their Supervisor to effectuate the resolution of accounts. This position involves extensive public contact and travel. Exact percentages of time spent on a specific duty will vary with field office location, time of year, staff availability and special projects.
Required Education and Experience
Possession of an associate's degree with at least 16 semester (24 term) credits in accounting.
Account Examiner 8
No specific type or amount is required.
Account Examiner 9
One year of experience involving the examination and evaluation of the accounting, financial, operational, or control records of public agencies, private organizations, or individuals equivalent to an Account Examiner 8; or, one year of experience involving the maintenance of financial control records, reconciliation of accounts, execution of account adjustments, and review and preparation of financial statements equivalent to an Accounting Technician E9.
Account Examiner 10
Two years of experience involving the examination and evaluation of the accounting, financial, operational, or control records of public agencies, private organizations, or individuals equivalent to an Account Examiner, including one year equivalent to an Account Examiner 9.
Additional Requirements and Information
Please attach a cover letter, detailed resume, and your official college transcript(s) to your application. For our purposes, "official college transcripts" must contain the college/university name and address, the degree conferred and date granted, coursework completed (especially if no degree granted), and the Registrar's signature and/or seal.
A scanned or electronic copy is acceptable, as long as it contains the elements listed above. The college/university does not have to send the transcript directly to Treasury. For more information regarding official transcripts, click here.
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Building Plans Examiner II, (B191510-4), R35, Building Inspections
SALARY: Negotiable depending on qualifications and experience
Reviews and approves plans for new construction, alternations, modifications, and demolitions to determine compliance with adopted codes, and to issue permits.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Ability to read and understand architectural renderings building plans and construction drawings.
Ability to read, understand, interpret, apply, and implement building code and all associated City of Laredo ordinances.
Ability to maintain good planning and organizational skills.
Ability to take and follow directions from supervisor.
Ability to give directions to and gain compliance from assigned staff.
Ability to perform strenuous and routine work.
Ability to maintain a valid Texas Driver License and a good driving record.
Ability to maintain harmonious and effective working relationships with other employees and respond to general public complaints.
Ability to project a positive and professional image of the City of Laredo.
Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing in the English language and orally in the Spanish language.
Ability to comply with all City of Laredo policies and procedures.
Ability to maintain good health and physical condition sufficient to permit the full performance of the duties of the position.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Work is performed inside and/or outside an office. Capable of working closely with others or alone, working long or irregular working hours, working around moving objects or vehicles, and traveling by car 50% of the time. Ability to operate a motor vehicle and office equipment; Work requires light carrying (under 15 pounds), light to occasional lifting (under 24 pounds up to 50 pounds), simple grasping, sitting, standing, climbing stairs and ladders, walking, and reaching above shoulders. Ability to see, write, read, count, identify shade of colors, perceive depth, and hearing is needed to perform the essential functions of this job.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reviews building plans/applications for building code and ordinance compliance.
Issues building permits.
Conducts pre-permit inspections, post-permit inspections, and pre-co inspections.
Assists in maintaining good communication between staff, visitors, and other business contacts.
Must follow all rules of telephone courtesy in all telephone communications.
Will be required to drive a City vehicle for City business use.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Building Construction, Engineering, Architecture, or related field.
At least three (3) years of experience in building design, construction, or plan review. Experience with International Building, Mechanical, Plumbing, National Electrical, Fire, Energy, and Residential Codes is preferred.
High School Diploma or G.E.D.
Two-year vocational/technical certification from an accredited educational institution in Building Inspection, Construction Management, or related field.
At least eight (8) years of experience in building design, construction, or plan review. Experience with International Building, Mechanical, Plumbing, National Electrical, Fire, Energy, and Residential Codes is preferred.
High School Diploma or G.E.D.
At least ten (10) years of experience in building design, construction, or plan review. Experience with International Building, Mechanical, Plumbing, National Electrical, Fire, Energy, and Residential Codes is preferred.
Valid Licenses and Certifications
International Code Council 1&2 Family Dwelling Inspector Certification is desirable.
International Code Council Building Inspector Certification is desirable.
International Code Council Building Plan Examiner Certification must be obtained within 12 months of employment
Continued employment is contingent on successfully obtaining required certification(s) and/or license(s) within the specified period of time indicated above from time of hire.
Valid Texas Driver License*
- If applicant holds an out-of-state license, a State of Texas Driver License must be obtained prior to employment.
As part of the minimum requirements for all positions with the City of Laredo, a thorough background check and certified school transcripts will be required from all applicants who are offered employment.
Effective February 24, 1997, all selected applicants are required to undergo a drug and alcohol test prior to employment.
Effective January 7, 2008, all persons in safety-sensitive functions/positions, as per City of Laredo Drug and Alcohol Policy definition, shall be subject to random drug and alcohol testing.
A person with a disability who needs a reasonable accommodation related to a selection process is requested to contact the Human Resources Department at (956) 727-6460 two days prior to the scheduled interview and/or test if applicable.
"AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER, THE CITY COMPLIES WITH THE AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT."
Bilingual Compliance Field Examiner - Miami, FL
Are you a Road Warrior? Do you enjoy traveling while you work? Are eye-spy or detective movies your top genre? If so, Progressive Leasing has an opportunity for you. We are looking for a Bilingual Compliance Field Examiner who can collect data in various retail locations (within a specific region) and report findings. This is a field based position located in Miami, FL. If you consider yourself independent, well organized, outgoing, and are self-managing with strong work ethic and integrity - we would love to hear from you!
What You'll Do:
Perform field examination activity in various retail locations
Determine control objectives and ensure compliance programs are executed appropriately
Act as a "secret shopper" conducting transactions with retail partners to determine compliance with company standards and applicable laws and regulations
Prepare, edit, and revise examination findings via internal CRM system
Confidently present and interact with all levels of internal and external employees from executives to front-line retail employees
Enter/code data accurately
Able to research and investigate
Able to work a flexible schedule to include at least 50% travel within designated region
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration/Finance/Economics preferred
2+ years sales and retail background
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Strong computer skills to include Word and Excel
Strong analytic abilities
Computer proficient with Microsoft Office
Strong organizational and time management skills
Bilingual (English & Spanish)
Compensation, Perks & Benefits:
Full Health Benefits - Medical/Dental/Vision
401k, Paid Time Off and Tuition Reimbursement
Tablet, cell phone stipend, and mileage reimbursement
WHO IS PROGRESSIVE LEASING?
Founded in 1999, Progressive Leasing, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Aaron's Inc. [NYSE: AAN], is a steadily growing company already surpassing $1B in revenue. Our scalable customer payment software products provide lease-purchase technology solutions through 26,000+ retail locations in 45 states.
Progressive Leasing does not discriminate in any aspect of employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, age, veteran status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local employment discrimination laws where Progressive Leasing does business. All new hires must pass a pre-employment criminal background check and drug test.
Building Plans Examiner - Palo Alto
SAFEbuilt is currently seeking experienced Commercial Building Plans Examiners to support their Palo Alto, CA Operations. This position is responsible for examining residential and small commercial building plans to ensure compliance with adopted building codes. Position requires good time management, organization, attention to detail, and people skills. This position offers great opportunity for dynamic, motivated self-starters to work on a variety of assignments. You'll be a member of our highly respected building department team with a full complement of resources to support you and exciting projects to keep you challenged.
Reviews all plans and specifications for commercial, industrial, and residential projects to ensure compliance with city, state, and federal laws and regulations.
Initiates preconstruction conferences with contractors and/or developers and associated staff members.
Provides technical direction and assistance to inspection personnel relating to field problems.
Assess and resolve complaints received from clients, applicants, public, designers, and contractors.
Regularly interacts directly with municipal clients and their staff.
May be required to perform inspections on as needed basis, providing interpretation of codes in the field.
Attends meetings, educational seminars, and functions relating to building codes.
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
Strong knowledge of California mechanical, electrical, plumbing, energy, and green building codes.
Extensive knowledge of local building codes and current construction procedures/technology.
Must possess the ability to positively interact with other staff members, the general public, contractors, governmental agencies, and other clientele.
Excellent verbal and written communication.
Good time management, organization, and attention to detail.
Demonstrated ability to exercise initiative and a considerable amount of independent judgment.
Ability to prepare written plan review correspondence and update information into company software programs.
Candidate must be able to handle multiple projects in a fast paced atmosphere.
Candidate must stay familiar and up to date with different editions of the International Building Codes.
Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
ICC Plans Examiner certifications in multiple trades preferred.
ICC Residential & Commercial Inspection certifications in multiple disciplines preferred.
1+ years Commercial Plan Review experience preferred; 3+ years Commercial Combo Building Inspector without plan review experience would be considered.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Good driving record.
COMPENSATION: Competitive salary and benefits package.
More About SAFEbuilt: One of the fastest growing providers of privatized community development solutions in the country, SAFEbuilt has seen a significant increase in municipal contracts and employee growth over the past few years. 2018 is already shaping up to see similar growth and opportunity. SAFEbuilt partners with over 700 communities of all shapes and sizes throughout the country for the efficient delivery of privatized community development solutions including: building department services, community and transportation planning & zoning and community improvement services. Learn more at: http://safebuilt.com/
With Growth Comes Opportunity! Our culture is positive and energetic as we empower people to do what they do best. SAFEbuilt employs over 1200 highly qualified and motivated individuals who share the common Core Values of Integrity, Respect, Service, Teamwork and Improvement. We offer a strong salary and benefits package to reward ability, certification levels, and work experience. Benefits include health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurances, paid holidays, paid time off, paid training, new certification bonuses, a matching 401K Plan, and more.
SAFEbuilt is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected factor.
If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you may call us directly on 970-292-2000.
Claims Examiner Workers Compensation
Claims Examiner Workers Compensation
IF YOU CARE, THERE'S A PLACE FOR YOU HERE
For a career path that is both challenging and rewarding, join Sedgwick's talented team of 21,000 colleagues around the globe. Sedgwick is a leading provider of technology-enabled risk, benefits and integrated business solutions. Taking care of people is at the heart of everything we do. Millions of people and organizations count on Sedgwick each year to take care of their needs when they face a major life event or something unexpected happens. Whether they have a workplace injury, suffer property or financial loss or damage from a natural or manmade disaster, are involved in an auto or other type of accident, or need time away from work for the birth of a child or another medical situation, we are here to provide compassionate care and expert guidance. Our clients depend on our talented colleagues to take care of their most valuable assets -- their employees, their customers and their property. At Sedgwick, caring counts®. Join our team of creative and caring people of all backgrounds, and help us make a difference in the lives of others.
For nearly 50 years, Sedgwick has been helping employers answer virtually every question there is about workers' compensation. We have experience in nearly every type of industry, in every region, providing the broadest range of programs and services.
PRIMARY PURPOSE: To analyze complex or technically difficult workers' compensation claims to determine benefits due; to work with high exposure claims involving litigation and rehabilitation; to ensure ongoing adjudication of claims within service expectations, industry best practices and specific client service requirements; and to identify subrogation of claims and negotiate settlements.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS and RESPONSIBILITIES
Analyzes and processes complex or technically difficult workers' compensation claims by investigating and gathering information to determine the exposure on the claim; manages claims through well-developed action plans to an appropriate and timely resolution.
Negotiates settlement of claims within designated authority.
Calculates and assigns timely and appropriate reserves to claims; manages reserve adequacy throughout the life of the claim.
Calculates and pays benefits due; approves and makes timely claim payments and adjustments; and settles clams within designated authority level.
Prepares necessary state fillings within statutory limits.
Manages the litigation process; ensures timely and cost effective claims resolution.
Coordinates vendor referrals for additional investigation and/or litigation management.
Uses appropriate cost containment techniques including strategic vendor partnerships to reduce overall cost of claims for our clients.
Manages claim recoveries, including but not limited to: subrogation, Second Injury Fund excess recoveries and Social Security and Medicare offsets.
Reports claims to the excess carrier; responds to requests of directions in a professional and timely manner.
Communicates claim activity and processing with the claimant and the client; maintains professional client relationships.
Ensures claim files are properly documented and claims coding is correct.
Refers cases as appropriate to supervisor and management.
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS and RESPONSIBILITIES
Performs other duties as assigned.
Supports the organization's quality program(s).
Travels as required.
Education & Licensing
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university preferred. Professional certification as applicable to line of business preferred.
Five (5) years of claims management experience or equivalent combination of education and experience required.
Skills & Knowledge
Subject matter expert of appropriate insurance principles and laws for line-of-business handled, recoveries offsets and deductions, claim and disability duration, cost containment principles including medical management practices and Social Security and Medicare application procedures as applicable to line-of-business.
Excellent oral and written communication, including presentation skills
PC literate, including Microsoft Office products
Analytical and interpretive skills
Strong organizational skills
Excellent interpersonal skills
Excellent negotiation skills
Ability to work in a team environment
Ability to meet or exceed Service Expectations
When applicable and appropriate, consideration will be given to reasonable accommodations.
Mental: Clear and conceptual thinking ability; excellent judgment, troubleshooting, problem solving, analysis, and discretion; ability to handle work-related stress; ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously; and ability to meet deadlines
Physical: Computer keyboarding, travel as required
Auditory/Visual: Hearing, vision and talking
NOTE: Credit security clearance, confirmed via a background credit check, is required for this position.
The statements contained in this document are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by a colleague assigned to this description. They are not intended to constitute a comprehensive list of functions, duties, or local variances. Management retains the discretion to add or to change the duties of the position at any time.
Sedgwick is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Must have California Self-Insurers Certificate (SIP) or AB1262 California Experienced Examiner Designation or currently meet the requirements for designation under AB1262. WCCA, WCCP preferred.
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