Commanding Officer Investigation Division Job Description Sample
Damage Investigation Officer
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Plan resolution for open damage claims Conduct preliminary field investigations of new damage complaints to determine liability Make contact with customers who have open claims Schedule appointment with the customer and identify a plan to resolve their complaint While at the damage site take photos of the damage and document all aspects of damage Follow up with the customer to ensure resolution Other related duties will be performed as needed
Previous safety and customer service experience required Previous experience in fiber cable construction or related field preferred OSHA certified highly preferred Driver Qualification File experience a plus Demonstrated ability to read, write, and communicate effectively to develop, comprehend, and complete construction-related, documents and to provide updates and reports to key business leaders Demonstrated proficiency in word processing, and spreadsheet programs in order to complete required reports and employment documents. Attention to detail is critical Bear Communications is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Joint Current Operations Division Action Officer And Sme, #3832
LinQuest is hiring several Joint Current Operations Division Action Officers and SMEs to join our team at Peterson AFB in Colorado Springs.
We're looking for highly skilled and motivated candidates to join a high-performance team to establish and develop all things involving the US Space Command (USSPACECOM) J33 Direction and Control Branch.
LinQuest believes our employees are our most valuable asset. The work environment is collaborative and dynamic between team members, government civilians and joint warfighters. If you desire to be part of an historic event to build out USSPACECOM from the ground, up, this position is for you!
Direction and Control Branch: manage and track the Current Operations Directorate order process to include receipt, status updates or in-progress reviews, and transmittal to internal or external organizations
Monitor the current status of forces, measure ongoing activities and assist in identifying where situations deviate from the plan
Support routing of operational documents and orders to include preparation of routing packets, reviewing documents for accuracy and completeness, and transmitting signed/approved documents to complete the routing process
Support the JOC Director in executing command and control authorities to ensure USSPACECOM is ready to conduct joint space operations to protect and defend the Space JOA and deliver assured theater and global effects in accordance with CDRUSSTRATCOM intent and national and CCDR objectives
Command and Control background in PNT, SATCOM, Space Control, Missile Warning and Space Situational Awareness with 10-20 years of experience
Bachelor's Degree or higher required
Ability to identify and resolve challenges at a strategic level
Ability to brief/interactive with senior (GO/FLAG) level officer and senior civilians
US Citizenship and an active DoD TS/SCI clearance is required to be considered for this position
Previous experience at a CCMD operations center is highly desired
Previous Special Technical Operations (STO) Chief, or planner experience is highly desired
Completion of JPME 1 is highly desired, and JPME II is preferred
CA (for internal purposes only)
Division Supervision Officer - Western Division - Req. 1803877
The Division Supervision Officer is responsible for a wide variety of supervisory, and risk functions related to their Division. In conjunction with those in regions, complexes and branches performing supervisory functions, the Division Supervision Officer has accountability in their division for maintaining a consistent control environment through adherence of business ethics and practices and adherence to all applicable Federal, State and Local laws, Raymond James RJA policies, and other regulations. The Division Supervision Officer keeps the division director, regions, complexes, and branches informed of significant matters within the division and must determine when others within the division and/or the Head of RJA and Head of RJA Supervision should be directly involved. The Division Supervision Officer will report directly to the Head of RJA Supervision.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Division Management and Oversight Duties
Member of the Division management team and participates in all Division level meetings regarding strategies, field communication, policies and procedures, etc.
Works with Division Director, Division Administrative Manager, and other leadership team members on the communication, integration, and implementation of supervisory initiatives within their Division, proactively mitigates risks, identifies areas of concern and handles day to day issues as they arise.
Focuses on business ethics and regulatory and compliance practices.
Division Supervision Duties
Primary responsibility for supervisory activities for respective Division location(s) works with the Regional Directors, and Branch and Complex Management teams to ensure appropriate supervisory coverage is maintained at all times.
Ensures Division Director is aware and involved in managing supervisory and risk management issues through regular meetings, reporting/metrics, and escalations.
Ensures proper procedures are in place to guarantee approvals are handled appropriately and timely
Serves as a point of approval for escalations, policy exceptions, or processes that require senior management approval or sign off at the Division level.
Communicates with advisors, branch management, and central supervision teams to resolve any supervisory inquiry or process that requires escalation from the branches or complex management team within their division.
Coordinates with Home Office, Division Management, and Central Supervision Teams to review trends and patterns across FAs and Complexes.
Performs quality checks on a portion of the supervisory activities
Ensures procedures are in place for self-audits. Provide coaching and guidance on policies and procedures in order to promote risk awareness and a compliant environment within the Division. Coordinates with Complex management teams to ensure resolution of any Compliance review matters.
Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Strong Communication Skills.
A proven leader who can establish and maintain a respected position of leadership to influence, motivate and persuade others to achieve desired outcomes.
Comprehensive understanding of company policies and procedures and industry rules and regulations.
Strong foundation in investment concepts, practices and procedures used in the securities industry, financial markets and financial products.
Human resource management principles and practices.
Finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control policies and procedures.
Company's working structure, policies, mission, and strategies, and compliance guidelines
Projecting a professional and pleasant demeanor to work with advisors and clients; utilize tact and diplomacy in dealing with employees and clients in a deadline-driven environment.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills to deal with financial advisors, support staff, home office personnel, and clients in all types of matters including those that may be sensitive
Managing a distributed team of resources
Negotiating and managing contractual arrangements.
Developing policies, objectives and short-and long-range plans and implementing projects and programs to accomplish goals.
Organize, manage, and track multiple detailed tasks and assignments with frequently changing priorities and deadlines in a fast-paced work environment.
Balance conflicting resource and priority demands.
Foster a cooperative work environment and partner with other functional areas to accomplish objectives.
Attend to detail while maintaining a big picture orientation.
Articulate reasons behind decisions.
Keep all appropriate parties up-to-date on decisions, changes, and other relevant information.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.
- Bachelor's degree (B.A.) and a minimum of ten (10) years in the financial services industry, preferably including related operational management and supervisory experience.
- Any equivalent combination of experience, education, and/or training.
Travel Required: Up to 30%
- Series 7, 24 or (9/10) & 63.
Teva is a global pharmaceutical leader and the world's largest generic medicines producer, committed to improving health and increasing access to quality health solutions worldwide. Our employees are at the core of our success, with colleagues in over 80 countries delivering the world's largest medicine cabinet to 200 million people every day. We offer a uniquely diverse portfolio of products and solutions for patients and we've built a promising pipeline centered around our core therapeutic areas. We are continually developing patient-centric solutions and significantly growing both our generic and specialty medicines business through investment in research and development, marketing, business development and innovation. This is how we improve health and enable people to live better, healthier lives. Join us on our journey of growth!
We offer a competitive benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, and Prescription coverage starting on the first day. We also offer Disability and Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, 6% match on the 401(k), Employee Stock Purchase Plan, and Tuition Assistance.
This position is located in 200 Elmora Ave, Elizabeth, NJ 07202
For more on Teva, check us out at www.tevapharm.com or www.tevausa.com.
This position is responsible for performing and documenting Laboratory Investigations. Additional responsibilities may include Change Controls, auditing/reviewing of laboratory data, initiating and implementing CAPAs, planning and scheduling of laboratory activities related to investigations, and coordinating process improvements. Also responsible for tracking and trending of investigations within Quality Control.
Knowledge of cGMPs.
Possess very good problem solving skills and able to perform assigned tasks with minimal supervision.
Strong technical and instrumental analysis skills including HPLC/UPLC/ GC, UV, etc.
Identify and troubleshoot problems with instrumentation and analytical preparations/ methods .
Initiate and conduct laboratory investigations.
Prepare clear and accurate reports, including laboratory investigations, as assigned.
Interact with vendors and/or contract laboratories as required to support assigned responsibilities.
Knowledge of method development, method validation, method verification and method transfer principles.
Knowledge of compendia procedures and general chapters, where applicable (i.e., USP, NF, BP, etc.).
Possess good written and oral communication skills.
High level of proficiency with Empower software and Microsoft Office – Word and Excel.
Capable of reviewing and revising procedures as needed, including applicable change control documentation.
Review and approve analytical data.
Participate in process improvement projects.
Possess strong mathematical skills – fractions, percentages, ratios and algebraic expressions.
Education Required: BS/BA in chemistry or a related science
Minimum of 5 years in a pharmaceutical laboratory environment.
Manufacturing Quality Control
QC, Associate Director
Teva's Equal Employment Opportunity Commitment
Teva Pharmaceuticals is committed to equal opportunity in employment. It is Teva's global policy that equal employment opportunity be provided without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ancestry, veteran status, national or ethnic origin or any other legally recognized status entitled to protection under applicable laws.
Nearest Major Market: New York City
CPS Investigation Worker Trainee
A Child Protective Services Caseworker
- SAO CPS Spec I Child Protective Services (CPS) Investigators investigate claims of child abuse and neglect.
They have the difficult task of figuring out what happened and predicting what will happen in the future.
CPS receives and investigates reports of abuse and neglect 24 hours per day, every day of the year. A CPS investigation includes interviewing and gathering information to see if abuse or neglect happened and if intervention is necessary. The investigator considers both risk and safety issues, and may recommend services for the child and family to reduce the risk of further abuse or neglect.
To explore more of what Investigation Specialists do, click here. To view a realistic online video about Child Protective Services workers and clients, please click here. You will also have access to a self-assessment that will help you determine if this type of work is something that is a good fit for you.
WHY WORK FOR DFPS? The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) is responsible for protecting the unprotected — children, elderly, and people with disabilities — from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. DFPS accomplishes this responsibility by employing over 12,000 workers who live up to the agency's Mission, Vision, & Values in service to the 27 million citizens of Texas.
DFPS is not only a qualifying organization for the Service Loan Forgiveness Program, which forgives the remaining balance on college student Direct Loans after making 120 qualifying monthly payments, but also offers excellent health benefits, special discounts on many products and services through the Discount Purchase Program, a lifetime monthly retirement annuity as well as Texa$aver 401(k) and 457 Programs under the Employees Retirement System of Texas As a state-certified caseworker, you will also have an exciting opportunity to increase your base salary up to 20% in the first 18 months through our training and certification process.
An additional benefit you will receive is 12 days of paid annual leave, 12 sick days, and the potential to earn up to four days of administrative leave each year. Your annual paid leave accrual increases as your tenure increases.
Newly hired employees holding a Master's Degree in Social Work may qualify for an increase at the point of hire. Essential Job Functions:
Responds quickly in crisis situations involving children who may be in an abusive or neglectful situation. Sometimes these situations can be dangerous. • Conducts forensic investigations of reports of abuse/neglect to children to determine if abuse or neglect occurred and conducts assessments to determine the current or future risk of harm to children. • Observes children for signs of any harm and assess the signs to determine if they are the result of abuse or neglect.
This could involve children with serious injuries and child fatalities. • Interviews people in the case such as the parents, caregivers, person who reports the concern, family members, and others familiar with the family situation. This may include medical staff, teachers, law enforcement, etc. • Assesses child safety and takes the necessary actions to protect the child as appropriate. This could include removing a child from their family. • Talks frankly and objectively with families about matters they may consider personal and private, such as parenting decisions and actions, sexual abuse, income, money management, and personal relationships. • Determines action to be taken to remove or to reduce an immediate threat to the safety of a child to include working with families to identify family members who can assist with keeping the child safe, testifying in court to seek emergency protective services, placing children in substitute care, referring family for immediate crisis intervention therapy or other community resources. • Documents all relevant and appropriate information gathered during the investigation and completes all required forms accurately and in a timely manner. • Gathers family and kinship information to support the child in a placement, should the child be placed in DFPS custody. • Participates in a regular on-call rotation that requires response to situations of abuse/neglect after normal business hours including overnight and weekend. • Develops and maintains effective working relationships with law enforcement officials, judicial officials, legal resources, medical professionals, and the community. • Works under constant deadlines that require prioritizing tasks and the ability to work flexible hours. • Maintains a balance of objectivity and empathy for families living in stressful and crisis situations. • Attends and participates in training/meetings/staffings. • Performs other duties as assigned and required to maintain unit operations. • Promotes and demonstrates appropriate respect for cultural diversity and competency among coworkers and all work-related contacts. • Attends work regularly in accordance with agency leave policy. Knowledge Skills Abilities:
- Knowledge of child development • Knowledge of family dynamics • Skill in effective verbal and written communication. • Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. • Skill in problem solving techniques • Ability to operate a personal computer. • Ability to travel and attend child and family visits as well as other work related appointments and meetings after 5pm. • Ability to be on call on a rotating basis and work irregular hours. • Ability to work in an emotion-filled environment and which may require conducting home visits in isolated or high crime areas and may involve exposure to substandard and unsanitary living conditions. Registration or Licensure
This position requires use of the applicant's personal motor vehicle to complete job functions. Applicants for positions must have a reliable motor vehicle and acceptable driving record for the past five years, and a current, valid Texas driver's license appropriate for the vehicle and passenger or cargo load.
Applicants must provide proof of driving record, insurance and license. Initial Selection Criteria:
Successful completion of any associated on-line assessment. Child Protective Services Specialist I:
An accredited Bachelor's degree OR accredited Associate's degree plus two (2) years of relevant work experience OR 60 accredited college credit hours plus two (2) years relevant work experience OR 90 accredited college credit hours plus one (1) year of relevant work experience. Examples of relevant work experience in social, human, or protective services include paid or volunteer work within social service agencies or communities providing services to families or other at-risk populations. Child Protective Services Specialist II:
Employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist I for 9 months AND have received Child Protective Services Specialist Certification OR currently employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist II in Texas Department of Family and Protective Services OR previously employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist II in Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.
Child Protective Services Specialist III:
Employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist II for 9 months AND have received Advanced Child Protective Services Specialist Certification OR currently employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist III in Texas Department of Family and Protective Services OR previously employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist III in Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.
Child Protective Services Specialist IV: Employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist III for 24 months AND have received Senior Advanced Child Protective Services Specialist Certification OR currently employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist IV in Texas Department of Family and Protective Services OR previously employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist IV in Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. Additional Information:
This position may be filled at any level from a CPS Specialist I to CPS Specialist IV. Factors such as education and experience may be considered when establishing the starting salary.
Applicants for this position who are screened and selected for further consideration are required to complete on-line assessments as part of the hiring process.
Applicants must complete the on-line assessments to be eligible to progress through the process and possibly receive an interview. As part of the assessments process, applicants receive an e-mail providing instructions on how to complete the assessments.
The subject of the email is "DFPS Assessments Process Update". The assessments are web based and may be completed from any computer with internet access. The assessments are confidential and take approximately 2 to 2.5 hours to complete. Please note, credentials for the assessments may expire after five (5) days and candidates with incomplete assessments may not be moved forward in the process.
Applicants selected for this position are also eligible to receive a $416.66 monthly increase in addition to the base salary.
Applicants hired into an investigative position will receive this increase the first of the month following 120 days of tenure. Once employed, the incumbent must remain in an investigative position to continue to receive the additional pay.
This position will be in a mobile unit which means the majority of the work will be conducted using mobile technology, such as a tablet, while away from the office. Being mobile requires working independently yet still being responsive to supervision and your assigned unit. Newly hired DFPS employees in eligible positions will be assigned a DFPS cellular phone.
Bilingual applicants (SPANISH/ENGLISH) are encouraged to apply. Bilingual applicants selected for this position may qualify for an increase at the point of hire after successfully passing a bilingual skills test. (The applicant will need to be fluent in writing/speaking in Spanish in order to receive the salary increase). COMPETENCIES REQUIRED/ACQUIRED DURING THE FIRST FEW MONTHS OF EMPLOYMENT: PROCESS COMPETENCIES A process competency refers to a general approach to practice that can be observed in a newly hired CPS Specialists' interactions with children, families, and safety networks.
Engaging • Understands and is able to articulate how family engagement is critical to achieving safety, permanency, and well-being. • Can identify basic strategies for engaging children and families. • Understands and appreciates the different views, expertise and experience of others; takes into account the perspectives of other individuals Teaming • Understands the need to expand the child's safety network beyond caregivers and to other adults who care about the child and can participate in day to day safety of the child. • Interviews caregivers to identify individuals who may be supportive of the caregiver and/or child. • Interviews children to identify individuals who may be supportive of the child and/or caregiver. Assessing • Understands and is able to articulate the concept of child safety. • Is able to identify one's own biases and is willing to challenge one's own thinking. • Regularly seeks information from a variety of sources to make and revise assessments. • Understands the importance of and is able to make judgments based on factual information vs. assumptions. Planning • Considers ways to ensure personal safety in addition to safety of children and families during interviews and other meetings Intervening • Understands and is able to articulate what an intervention is and the variety of interventions CPS might use under which circumstances.
Evaluating • Understands and is able to articulate personal responsibility for outcomes in a case. CONTENT COMPETENCY A content competency refers to a specialized domain of knowledge that should be integrated into process competencies. Domestic Violence • Understands and is able to identify power and control. • Distinguishes domestic violence from other types of violence • Is able to identify and refer both victims and perpetrators of domestic violence to appropriate services.
Mental Health • Can articulate symptoms of broad mental health diagnostic categories. • Is able to make appropriate referrals for crisis intervention, psychological and psychiatric evaluations. • Can articulate mental health resilience factors and recovery process. Substance Abuse • Distinguishes between substance use, abuse, and chemical dependency. • Can articulate physical and behavioral warning signs of substance use and abuse. • Administers and/or makes referrals for drug testing as appropriate. • Makes referrals to community and contracted services available to treat substance abuse. • Can articulate substance abuse resiliency factors and recovery process. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES Demonstrates a basic understanding of the following • Federal and state law, regulations and rules for the operation of child protection programs. • The statutory responsibility for reporting suspected abuse and neglect • Roles and responsibilities of participants in the global child welfare system, including children, families, child protection, various courts, and other child/family serving agencies • Legal definitions and concepts, including ethics, and is able to apply them within the law to casework and judicial process Establishes Effective Relationships with Colleagues • Is willing to accept and provide support and assistance from/to co-workers, supervisors and other child protective services employees • Is able to build and maintain effective working relationships with external stakeholders Follows policy and procedures • Is able to learn and understand the specific policies and procedures for child protective services • Understands the policy requirements of ethical practice and the ramifications to staff and clients when this does not occur. • Demonstrates adherence to policy and best practice Documenting • Records observations accurately as part of case documentation, using specific quotes and precise behavioral descriptions of the danger and its impact on the child • Prepares clear, accurate, and appropriate written communications or documents • Prepares court documents such as petitions, affidavits and court reports Managing Time • Acts quickly to solve problems and to get things done • Uses technology, "to-do" lists or other tools to manage time, keep track of what needs to be done, and manage multiple, pressing job demands • Regularly re-assesses and re-prioritizes in order to focus attention on the most important tasks PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
These requirements are not exhaustive, and additional job related physical requirements may be added to these by individual agencies on an as needed basis. Corrective devices may be used to meet physical requirements. These are typical requirements; however, reasonable accommodations are possible.
Physical Activities: He/she is frequently asked to stand, hear and talk; he/she is occasionally asked to climb. Physical Demands:
The incumbent typically performs work that requires him/her to exert up to 20 pounds occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. Visual
The incumbent must be able to see objects clearly at 20 inches or less, and at 20 or more feet.
In addition, he/she must be able to adjust his/her eyes to bring objects into focus, distinguish colors, see objects in his/her peripheral vision, and see objects in three dimensions. Working Conditions: He/she typically works in a mobile environment (the majority of work is performed outside of the office environment) and is exposed occasionally to adverse environmental conditions including, but not necessarily limited to, extreme heat, wetness and humidity, chemicals, close quarters, gases and heights.
Interview Requirements: Any candidate who is called to an agency for an interview must notify the interviewing agency in writing of any reasonable accommodation needed prior to the date of the interview. MOS Code:
There are no direct military occupation(s) that relate to the initial selection criteria and registration or licensure requirements for this position. All active duty, reservists, guardsmen, and veterans are encouraged to apply. For more information, see the Texas State Auditor's Military Crosswalk here.
HHS agencies use E-Verify. You must bring your I-9 documentation with you on your first day of work.
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In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), HHS agencies will provide reasonable accommodation during the hiring and selection process for qualified individuals with a disability. If you need assistance completing the on-line application, contact the HHS Employee Service Center at 1-888-894-4747. If you are contacted for an interview and need accommodation to participate in the interview process, please notify the person scheduling the interview.
Adult Protective Services Investigation Case Manager - English/Spanish
Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI in collaboration with Racine County is currently seeking a bilingual (English/Spanish) Adult Protective Services (APS) Investigation Case Manager to join the APS team. This position will conduct investigations for allegations of elder abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation throughout Racine County. The role is primarily Monday through Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM. Qualified applicants MUST be fluent in English and Spanish and be able to demonstrate satisfactory reading, writing, and speaking skills.
The APS Investigation Case Manager provides investigation and case management to Human Services Department clients in an assigned caseload area, develop and manage caseload, develop and maintain relationship with court and legal system, document casework activities, and provide an evaluation, advocacy and follow up to clients.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
This list of duties and responsibilities is not all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary from time to time.
Review and analyze information relating to client's social, psychiatric and medical history to learn the nature of the functional limitation in relation to adjustment and survival skills.
Obtain and assess relevant information regarding client's development, i.e., social, familial, medical and vocational strengths.
Investigates abuse and neglect for clients by responding to referrals, interviewing clients and collateral contacts, analyzing collected information to determine if criminal actions have occurred, preparing investigative reports, and submitting recommendations to supervisors.
Communicates and collaborates with representatives of law enforcement agencies to ensure client protection advocacy and prosecution of perpetrators.
Educates local community service providers on elderly abuse by providing information upon request or making presentations.
Serves as a member of a multi-disciplinary team to address the needs of elderly and disabled clients and participates in meetings when needed.
Provides responsive, high quality service to County employees, representatives of outside agencies and members of the public by providing accurate, complete and up-to-date information, in a courteous, efficient and timely manner.
Review and interpret diagnostic data to client or client's family in order to develop a Case Management plan.
Write a Case Management plan in conjunction, consultation, and cooperation with client, which outlines the services to be provided by the Human Services Department and contracted agencies to the client.
Refer to and coordinate the various services to implement plan.
Recommend to supervisor the various services requiring authorizations.
Monitor on going progression of client/plan to assure the efficiency and adequacy of service system.
Recommend to management changes or gaps in the system that prevent the delivery of services.
Prioritize and organize time to cover assigned area and manage caseload in equitable manner.
Maintain and develop resources appropriate to needs of client population served.
Develop and maintain contacts with in/out of house agencies who may be able to provide services to clients of the agency.
Maintain contacts with the Court, Corporation Counsel, Public Defender and legal community that deals with and serves the client population.
Consult with other professionals in the field and in related fields to increase individual knowledge and understanding of various disciplines, changes and developments in the field of Human Services.
Develop and maintain an effective body of knowledge regarding laws and procedures affecting clients and procedures dealt with.
Develop and maintain an effective body of knowledge regarding Human Services Department's statutory responsibilities to the court and client served.
Serve as liaison to the court from the Human Services Department.
Provide appropriate linking mechanisms as indicated by the disposition of the legal/court system.
Provide an evaluation, advocacy and follow up capability to the clients included in the assigned caseload.
Participate in staff meetings and in-services trainings, as required.
Provide oral and written communication that is appropriate to the task and in accordance with agency and industry standards.
Make intervention and assessment decisions using the "Best Practice" philosophy.
Work collaboratively with law enforcement, families, other county departments, schools, acute care services providers, and other community resources to coordinate appropriate crisis resolution and referral.
Complete all necessary health care/medical and financial record documentation required to maintain complete medical and financial billing records.
Perform other duties as assigned, including responding to an emergency event.
Flex Spending for Dependent & Health Care
Paid Time Off
10 Paid Holidays
Ability to Contribute to 403B
Employee Assistance Program
Service Awards and Recognition
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. Upon offer, candidates must successfully complete the necessary background, caregiver, medical and any other checks required, according to program requirements. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's degree in Human Services field required.
One year of experience post-graduation working as a Social worker or in a related professional position.
Knowledge of Chapters 51, 54, 55 and Mental Health.
Ability to respond to crises and to make appropriate assessments as to resolution.
Knowledge of community resources.
Ability to interact professionally with clients who may be challenging and potentially hostile.
Ability to think critically and problem-solve while completing assessments and developing safety plans with consumers.
Ability to work well with treatment team and community members.
Interacts with the public in a professional manner.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
Must have a valid driver's license and have reliable transportation to perform the essential duties of the role; a motor vehicle check (MVR) with a satisfactory driving record per the LSS Driver Safety Procedure is required, and ability to meet LSS auto insurance requirements.
TRAVEL: Ability to travel on day trips as required. Some overnight travel may be required.
LSS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, disability status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.
Technical Investigation Manager
The role of the Technical Investigation Manager is to ensure the success of the PPG PMC technical services and support functions; more specifically, managing and leading the customer interaction related to product complaints, and other related technical inquiries. Customer interaction includes internal stakeholders typically the account manager of record, and the external customer. The incumbent is expected to live and breathe the culture and values of PPG PMC in support of our strategic pillars.
This position supports the Technical Sales and Services Manager to provide timely resolution of customer product complaints, product investigations, recalls, and claims coordination. Principally, the incumbent must effectively manage complaints to minimize risk of claims against PPG. This role is a key part of the overall sales value creation effort. PPG markets and sells superior technical know-how in conjunction with its products and services. Superior service and timely complaint resolution is a key to maintaining existing business and support of new business.
Comply with all of PPG EHS guidelines and initiatives
Establish strong customer relationships at all levels, provide timely resolution to customer's concerns, and quickly troubleshoot problems.
Effectively lead by influence to garner information from other departments
Manage the CAIR database system
Maintain the claim tracking system for visibility by the TS&S Manager and USCA Sales Director
Coordinate with Field Technical Services for complaint investigation
Liaise with Little Rock QA, Harmar Technology Center, and other technical entities as needed for product data
Facilitate and manage testing of field samples for both internal and external labs
Prepare claim presentations to be used in the negotiation of settlements
Monitor product trends to provide advice on product recalls, and other technical deficiencies
Participate in C&C meetings with other PPG business units which sell PMC products
Continuous improvement to refine the process with the goal of providing world class service to our customers
Minimum 5 years' experience in protective and marine coatings, chemistry, or other technical service function as appropriate
Bachelor's or Master's degree in engineering, chemistry, business, or related degree
NACE Level 2 certification preferred
Proficiency with Microsoft Office
Strong coatings background
Planning & Organization
High degree of computer proficiency
Working with a culturally diverse customer base (internal/external)
High technical proficiency
PPG: We protect and beautify the world.
At PPG, we work every day to develop and deliver the paints, coatings and materials that our customers have trusted for more than 130 years. Through dedication and creativity, we solve our customers' biggest challenges, collaborating closely to find the right path forward. With headquarters in Pittsburgh, we operate and innovate in more than 70 countries. We serve customers in construction, consumer products, industrial and transportation markets and aftermarkets. To learn more, visit www.ppg.com and follow @ PPG on Twitter.
Why join us:
With PPG, you will find meaning in your work every day, and engage in opportunities that will shape you, personally and professionally.
Your personal strengths will empower you to succeed and make an impact from day one.
You will be inspired to learn and grow, and to get the support you need to identify and achieve your boldest career aspirations.
Your passion to excel will be fueled by your connection to world-class partners, industry experts, the best and brightest colleagues, and future forward technologies.
Your contributions will not only meet the challenges of our global customers, but help theme propel their industries forward.
You will be welcomed into a culture where everyone's ideas and contributions are valued and encouraged.
Just like you, we are driven to make a difference in our world.
PPG prides itself on the quality of its employees and as such, candidates who receive a job offer will be required to successfully pass a hair drug/toxins test and a background check.
PPG offers an opportunity to grow and develop your career in an environment that provides a fulfilling workplace for employees, creates an environment for continuous learning, and embraces the ideas and diversity of others. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, pregnancy, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, disability status, protected veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other legally protected status. PPG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. You may request a copy of PPG's affirmative action plan by emailing email@example.com.
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Background Investigation Officer (As-Needed)
Completes background investigations of potential applicants under consideration for hire within the Police Department and other City Departments.
Conducts background investigations on prospective sworn safety (police officer) applicants and civilian applicants to work within the Police Department and other City Departments.
Obtains and reviews criminal history records from Federal Bureau of Investigations, Department of Justice, Department of Motor Vehicles, State and Municipal law enforcement agencies and other applicable resources.
Reviews applicant financial history and obtains credit report, when necessary.
Interviews and gathers personal information from prospective applicant, applicant's employers, co-workers, neighbors, landlords, family and personal references and develops additional references using investigative techniques.
Writes final synopsis regarding applicant and prepares complete background file for hiring approval by the Chief of Police or designee.
Performs other related duties, as assigned.
Knowledge, Abilities, and
Selection standards set forth by P.O.S.T. (Peace Officer Standards & Training).
Laws pertaining to hiring practices.
English grammar and composition.
Effective customer service techniques.
Keep accurate records and prepare clear concise reports.
Maintain confidentiality of personal information.
Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Follow written and oral instructions.
Use law enforcement telecommunications databases in an appropriate manner.
Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills when acquiring sensitive information from reference sources.
Establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with City employees, and the public.
Provide effective customer service.
Reading, writing and communicating at an appropriate level.
Using a personal computer and applicable software applications.
Dealing with a variety of culturally sensitive issues.
Education, Training and Experience:
High school graduation or the equivalent.
Two years of paid work experience as a Police Officer with investigative/detective experience in a California law enforcement agency recognized by P.O.S.T. Specialized training in a P.O.S.T. approved Background Investigation School and notary public commissioned is desirable.
Licenses and Certificates:
Possession of a valid Class C driver license.
HOW TO APPLY: Applicants must file a clear, concise, on-line completed City Application with the Human Resources Department by the filing deadline.
SELECTION PROCESS: All applicants will be reviewed and only those candidates determined to be most qualified on the basis of experience, training and education, as submitted, will be invited to participate further in the selection process.
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS: Candidates who have successfully completed all prior phases of the selection process will be subject to a thorough background investigation.
Product Manager, Investigation Platforms (Community Integrity)
Community Integrity is responsible for the "safety" and "inclusive" community pillars and encompasses a number of teams responsible for preventing real-world harm where Facebook is used as a means to attack victims. Working on Community Integrity is about having positive, real-world impact.
The Investigation Platforms team within Community Integrity is responsible for ensuring that our investigation teams have the tools and insights they need to respond to real-world threats against people and society. Among others, we partner with teams that work on elections integrity, child safety, and credible threats of violence.
As the PM for Investigation Platforms, you will be responsible for driving a strategy of unifying tools & systems, identifying opportunities where technology can drive process efficiencies, and measuring the impact of tool usage. The PM is the team's primary point of contact for relationships with partners around our global offices, working with cross-functional engineering and operational teams to proactively identify how tools can respond to ever changing and emerging problem spaces. An internal facing product team, your customers are active participants in the development process, lending you insight and the ability to iterate quickly.
Though already operating across many problem areas, huge impact remains in helping the team identify how to scale across a growing number, and type, of investigations.
- Lead the ideation, technical development, launch and widespread adoption of innovative investigative tooling platforms & systems
Establish shared vision across integrity problem areas by building consensus on priorities leading to product execution
Work with other teams internally to understand how our detection of violation types are changing and how the company aims to respond to new integrity issues
Drive product development with a team of world-class engineers, designers, and researchers
Integrate usability studies, research and market analysis into product requirements to drive user satisfaction and adoption
Define and analyze metrics that inform the success of products
Understand Facebook's unique strengths to deliver products that are recognized as the best in the industry
Maximize efficiency in a constantly evolving environment where the process is fluid and creative solutions are the norm
- 5+ years product management experience including delivery of entire products start to finish
Communication and presentation experience
Organizational and analytical experience
Experience working on account security and/or adversarial problems
Knowledge of the technical architecture of scalable web applications and/or media products
Experience designing user interfaces and creating examples through wire frames and mock ups
- Experience applying machine learning to scaled detection problems
Experience with user growth and login/registration products
Facebook is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fraud Investigation Assistant, Denver
Fraud Investigation Assistant – Brilliant Earth, Denver
Brilliant Earth is one of the fastest growing ecommerce jewelers in the world, and the leader in ethical origin fine jewelry. Founded in 2005, we have been featured in Newsweek, Glamour, the Today Show, and Martha Stewart among many other media outlets. We are a team of dedicated individuals with a common goal of creating a more sustainable, transparent, and compassionate jewelry industry.
We are searching for bright and passionate people who are excited to make an impact from day one and grow with the company to take on greater responsibility over time. We are collaborative, hard-working team players that welcome challenges and rise to any occasion. Our open workspace in the heart of Cherry Creek encourages conversation and collaboration. From cross-departmental meetings to frequent happy hours, Brilliant Earth team members bring a top notch attitude and a willingness to help each other grow. For more insight into our work environment and culture, and to hear from our employees, check out our profile on the Muse!
Everyone at Brilliant Earth has a voice – we want to hear yours! If you are interested in growing with Brilliant Earth, send us a resume and cover letter letting us know why you are interested in joining our mission and our team. Please include a sentence about your favorite shape of diamond.
We are seeking a results-driven, analytical Fraud Investigation Assistant for Brilliant Earth. In this role, you will be responsible for providing assistance in the day-to-day fraud investigation process within operations and guiding the customer through the after-sale order protection process, using our multiline phone system and via email. The primary objectives of this position are to identify fraudulent activity within Order Management utilizing efficient practices and research methods. You will also be responsible for contributing administratively to the Operations Department in general areas including inventory, logistics, supply chain, and fulfillment.
The ideal person for this role thrives in fast-paced startup environments and has demonstrated an ability to follow and improve order protection processes. We have a social and environmental mission at the core of our company and are looking for someone who is enthusiastic about helping us achieve our social goals, as well as our business goals.
Key responsibilities include:
Responsible for analysis of order information to ensure validity of all orders.
Research and analyze data using external resources to identify fraudulent activity.
Execute concise and proactive documentation of operational procedures required to tackle known risk related patterns.
Correspond with customers via phone and email to collect relevant documentation for validity of orders.
Maintain customer information and documentation through an ERP system.
Analyze problems logically with a focus on attention to detail and confidentiality.
Maintain high levels of confidentiality and data security standards.
Effectively communicate to others new trends and unusual cases in the ecommerce world.
BA degree or equivalent
Operations and/or administrative experience preferred
Ecommerce experience is preferred
Demonstrated positive, results oriented attitude
A dedicated desire to connect with customers, solve problems, and create lasting positive experiences with each customer interaction
An ability to solve complex customer situations through varied applications and/or software.
Highly organized with focus on execution, problem solving, and improving processes
Exceptional time management skills and accountability
Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills, including the ability to recognize non-obvious patterns.
Ability to think critically and adapt quickly in a flexible environment
Ability to dive deep while demonstrating problem solving skills
Proven ability to work in fast paced dynamic environments where decisions are made without compromising on customer experience and financial losses
Advanced working knowledge of MS Office and ERP systems preferred
Interest in socially and environmentally responsible organizations and products
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