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Care Associate/Care Tech II Coal City
Overview With indirect supervision, the Care Associate/Care Tech II performs clerical functions including but not limited to: patient reception, appointment scheduling, computer data entry, maintains patient files, and sorts office mail. Performs functions related to billing including ICD-10 and CPT coding, enters charges, collects and posts payments, and reconciles deposits.
Obtains patient vital signs, administers injections, performs pulmonary function tests, draws labs, conducts Breath Alcohol tests, audiometric testing, assists physician with procedures, prepares for procedures, answers the telephone, performs drug screens and other duties as assigned. Responsibilities PART III: POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES (ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS) Administers subcutaneous injections per RMG policy.
Performs venipunctures and non-blood specimen collection. Answers telephone/takes messages. Assists physician and/or nurse with procedures for immediate care and occ med follows ACOEM protocols for workman's compensation.
Checks patients in and collects appropriate paymentsfor eCW and Stix applications. Cleans exam rooms. Collect and documents clinical data in eCW and Stix according to protocol.
Completes proper documentation for referrals in eCW and Stix applications. Documents missed appointments in patient record (eCW and Stix applications). Files/scans patient test results, records, and other paperwork timely and accurately for eCW and Stix applications.
Follows established policies and procedures for RMC/RMG and all software applications.
Follows up with lab work, referrals, consults, and other testing. Greets patients courteously and escorts them to the exam room. Keeps current on all certifications (DOT, drug and alcohol, BAT, audio). Maintains current knowledge of third party payers, pre-certifies patients, and verifies benefits.
Maintains POCT quality control and unknown specimen proficiencies. Performs accurate computer data entry of tests/procedures orders, patient demographics and patient charges in eCW, Stix and Affinity applications and Care Organizer Live (to order x-rays). Performs drug screens/BAT and assists physician in initial injury treatment. Performs electrocardiograms.
Performs functions related to the billing process including ICD-10 and CPT coding. Enters charges, collects and posts payments, reconciles deposits for billing for both eCW and Stix applications. Performs glucometer/cholesterol testing.
Performs pulmonary function tests, pulse oximetry, nebulizer treatments as instructed by physician. Proficient at Stix, eClinical and Affinity registrations. Provides patient instructions for procedure preps for both immediate care and occ med and provides proper diagnosis specific education sheets.
Schedules patient clinical appointments/diagnostics and follow-up appointments in eCW and Stix applications. Takes accurate patient vital signs and documents in eCW and Stix applications. Qualifications Experience/
High school diploma or its equivalent preferred.Ability to spell, alphabetize and count accurately.Ability to work in an automated environment required.Knowledge of medical terminology required.Previous clinical experience required including the ability to take vital signs, phlebotomy, EKG, and injections.Previous ICD-10 and CPT-4 coding skills preferred.Experience in a physician office or other healthcare setting preferred, including customer service/receptionist experience.Insurance and authorization process knowledge helpful.Prior knowledge of payer regulatory compliance.Understanding of the hospital revenue cycle preferred. License or Certification
DOT certification preferredDATIA certification preferred
Audiometric testing certification preferred
Breath Alcohol testing certification preferred
Medical Assistant Certified preferredCPR certification preferred depending on staffing needs FTE1 Job ID2017-15714 # of Openings1 CategoryC.N.A./Other Clinical Tech TypeRegular Full-Time ShiftVaries
Post-Grad Legal Fellowship, Coal Program
Earthjustice's Coal Program, which uses litigation and advocacy to challenge the coal industry's harmful impacts on people and the environment and to speed our nation's transition to clean energy, is now accepting applications for candidates interested in seeking post-graduate legal fellowships funded through the Equal Justice Works or Skadden programs, a law school, or other sources to commence in the fall of 2018. The position would be based in our Philadelphia, PA or Washington, DC offices, or in Chicago, IL.
Qualifying applications will be for a one- or two-year project, to commence in the fall of 2018, with a preference for projects focusing on environmental issues affecting communities of color, low-income people, and other vulnerable populations. Earthjustice is the premier nonprofit environmental law organization. We take on the biggest, most precedent-setting cases across the country.
We wield the power of law and the strength of partnership to protect people's health; to preserve magnificent places and wildlife; to advance clean energy; and to combat climate change. We partner with thousands of groups and supporters to engage the critical environmental issues of our time, and bring about positive change. We are here because the earth needs a good lawyer.
Founded in 1971, Earthjustice has a distinguished track record of achieving significant, lasting environmental protections. We achieve this by hiring people who share a passion for justice and a healthy environment. Our headquarters are in San Francisco with offices in Anchorage, Juneau, Los Angeles, Tallahassee, Honolulu, New York, Philadelphia, Denver, Seattle, Miami, Bozeman, and Washington, DC.
Our Work: The fellowship attorney will work closely with experienced Earthjustice attorneys in challenging our nation's reliance on aging coal-fired power plants, and to speed the transition to clean energy resources. A core part of that work has been seeking to ensure that communities are not left with the toxic legacy of unsafe coal ash disposal that threatens public health and water supplies at nearly 1,400 sites in the U.S.
We also work to require the promulgation of stringent environmental standards to reduce pollution from coal plants, defend those standards after they are issued, and bring permitting and enforcement actions to ensure that environmental standards are faithfully implemented. In addition, we litigate in state public utility commissions to halt proposed investments in aging and uneconomic coal plants and to shift such investments to clean energy resources. The Fellow will work closely with staff attorneys and clients to develop and implement litigation and advocacy strategies, and will participate in the full range of tasks involved, such as factual investigation, legal research, discovery, briefing, witness preparation, and oral advocacy.
Who We Are Looking For: Earthjustice seeks highly qualified candidates who possess outstanding legal research and writing skills and are interested in working as a fellow for at least one year. Applicants should be third-year law students, judicial clerks, or other recent law school graduates who are eligible for post-graduate fellowships.
Applicants should have a strong academic record, strong work ethic and sense of initiative, strong interest in working on environmental issues in a social justice context, sound and creative judgment, an ability to work well in a collegial setting, and a demonstrated awareness of and sensitivity to the needs and concerns of individuals from diverse cultures, backgrounds, and orientations. Acquiring Fellowship Funding: If selected by Earthjustice, the candidate will be responsible for securing funding through a fellowship, as Earthjustice is unable provide compensation for this position.
Candidates should identify potential sources of funding before applying but do not need to have secured such funding at the time of their application. Please note that deadlines for applying for third-party funding vary based on source. Applications to the fellowship programs are due as early as September 2017.
For more information about Equal Justice Works, click here. For more information about Skadden, click here. Law school or other external fellowship funding sources are welcome.
To Apply Interested applicants should submit their: Cover Letter. If your fellowship will necessitate identifying a specific project proposal, please note in your cover letter if you have an idea for a possible fellowship proposal (optional to include a short description, no longer than 1 page), and/or if you are interested in developing a project jointly with Earthjustice.
Resume Writing Sample, preferably a legal brief or memorandum Law school transcript Applications to Earthjustice, to serve as the host of the project, will be accepted on a rolling basis until candidates are selected. Applicants who wish to seek fellowships through the Equal Justice Works or Skadden programs should apply to Earthjustice no later than September 8, 2017. Please reach out to jobsearthjustice.org if you are having technical difficulties submitting your application.
No phone calls, drop-ins, or hard copies. Earthjustice is driven by a passion for justice, partnership, and excellence. Our core values lead us to seek a broad range of perspectives and backgrounds to achieve our mission and to maintain an inclusive environment where all staff are valued and respected.
As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to employment practices that ensure that employees and applicants for employment are provided with equal opportunities without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or any other factor that is not related to the position. SDL2017
Skilled Labor - Coal Yard
Skilled Laborers Needed Immediately!!
Must Send resume for consideration
· Working around moving equipment to clean up coal
· Operating a small skid steer loader
· Operating a water truck or hydro seeder
· Manages water using pumps and hoses
· Shoveling and other various forms of manual labor
· Physical demands of the job include prolonged walking, frequent climbing of stair or ladders, shoveling and sweeping
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Clean background
- Clean MVR
- TWIC nice to have but not required
- Must pass drug testing
- Must be able to work days, nights and weekends on a specific rotational schedule
Medustrial, a service of Condustrial, Inc. provides supplemental staffing for the healthcare industry... (long term care, hospitals, government agencies & facilities).
Operator - Coal
The Coal Facility Operator primary responsibilities include general labor duties including but not limited to clean-up of equipment, work areas and grounds. Operate and perform general maintenance on equipment and grounds keeping. Unload Unit Trains and operate the coal handling system. The Coal Facility Operator will report directly to the Team Leader.
Operates conveyor system to transport dry bulk products
Operates dozer/loader to move coal and feeder conveyor
Unload trains, and close railcar doors
Operate a UP locomotive
Operates water truck
Lifts approximately 0-50 lbs. occasionally
Lifts approximately 0-25 lbs. unassisted and regularly
Climbs stairs and work at various heights
Wears a respirator
Other duties may be assigned.
18 years of age or older
Must be able to pass a detailed background check
The ability to work from written and verbal instructions
Must be able to work with a team, take direction from supervisors(s), adhere to required work schedules, focus attention on details, and follow work rules
Must be able to safely perform the essential functions of the job without posing a direct threat to the safety of his or her own self, or the safety of others
Able to work rotating shifts and overtime as required
Can follow all rules and procedures as outlines by Savage Education/Experience:
High School or GED
Equipment experience would be a plus Physical
Successful candidates must be willing to work any shift, including weekends. These positions require the willingness and ability to work at heights as well as climbing stairs, lift up to 50 pounds, and work in an environment containing coal dust and in hot or cold environments. Must have the ability and willingness to perform the essential physical functions of the position. Savage is an innovative supply-chain solutions company. We are the leading provider of fully integrated systems, designed and operated to solve unique logistics and materials management challenges for industrial companies throughout North America. Each of us at Savage is committed to integrity and delivering reliable, sustainable services in a safe and environmentally responsible manner. We expect our people to be progressive, relentlessly seeking improvement; experiencing opportunities for personal growth by working for a world-class organization and leader in the industry. Savage offers competitive benefits that include: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short and long term disability, retirement, profit sharing, paid time off and opportunities for future growth. Savage is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a drug free workplace. ID: 2017-3473 External Company Name: Savage Services External Company URL: www.savageservices.com
Delivery Runner - Coal Vines
Location Dallas Hotel The Omni Dallas Hotel, in the center of the revitalized downtown Dallas, is connected via sky bridge to the Dallas Convention Center and close to restaurants, shops, entertainment and more! The Omni Dallas Hotel is built to meet the U.S. Green Building Council LEED Gold Certification standards, placing it on the forefront of environmental awareness and conservation in the city. The Omni Dallas Hotel’s associates enjoy a dynamic and exciting work environment, comprehensive training and mentoring, along with the pride that comes from working for a company with a reputation for exceptional service. We embody a culture of respect, gratitude and empowerment day in and day out. If you are a friendly, motivated person, with a passion to serve others, the Omni Dallas Hotel may be your perfect match. Job Description This position will serve food courses and alcoholic beverages to guests in the Coal Vines Restaurant. Responsibilities
Efficiently and properly perform all service standards.
Greet guests when entering the restaurant with a pleasant smile and superior customer service.
Must have full familiarity with menus.
Must have full knowledge of beverage offerings.
To polish and clean the water glasses in his/her assigned station before opening hours.
Perform any other duties as assigned by the restaurant manager.
Set tables according to type of event and service standards.
Take orders and answer questions/offer suggestions on menu selections.
Communicate with culinary team regarding meal requirements, allergies, dietary needs and special requests.
Check in with guests to ensure satisfaction with each food course and/or beverage.
Present accurate check to guest and process payment.
Maintain cleanliness of work areas throughout the day.
Complete closing duties. Qualifications
Must be able to work in a fast paced environment and multi-task.
1 year serving experience with a quality establishment required.
Prior cash handling experience preferred.
Must be able to stand and walk for an extended period of time.
Must be able to move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing up to 10lbs without assistance.
Must be able to work flexible shifts including mornings, weekends, and holidays.
Must have alcohol training certification (TABC) upon hire.
Must have Food Handler's certification upon hire.
Must reside within 50 miles of the hotel. Refer this job to a friend Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later. Requisition ID2017-17955 # of Openings1 Category (Portal Searching)Food & Beverage
Underground Coal Miner
COAL MINERS NEEDED NOW. THIRTY-THREE (33) OPENINGS!A progressive Longwall Coal Mine north of Billings MT is seeking experienced and inexperienced Underground Coal Miners.
These positions are critical for the safe and efficient production of mining operations, and include advancing, maintaining, and operating longwall equipment, rock dusting, mine examinations, and performing both skilled and semi-skilled underground labor. Experienced candidates should possess at least 3 years of experience in an underground coal environment, and be current on MSHA training. Preferred skills include operation of underground mining equipment such as the continuous miner, shuttle car, roof bolter, scoop, rock dusting systems, shear operators, and headgate operators.
Inexperienced candidates should possess a strong labor background and positive work history with preferred skill-sets of mechanical, electrical, welding or farm and ranch work. It is also advised that inexperienced miners complete 32 hours of MSHA training before applying (not required).This is an excellent opportunity to work in a team environment for a world class company that values safety and its employees. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Underground Coal Miner
Underground Coal Miner
Classification: Hourly Non-Exempt
Reports To: Production Foreman, Continuous Miner
Location: Marshall County Mine, Cameron WV
To provide general unskilled labor as assigned by the supervisor. May include building brattices, setting posts and roof supports, cleaning up walkways, hanging curtains, and other duties as assigned.
Ability to work approximately 900 feet underground
Ability to rotate shifts on a 24/7 basis
Regular and punctual attendance
Ability to communicate with all levels of mine management and co-workers
Ability to lift bags of rock dust and operate rock dust machine
Ability to perform heavy labor, including the ability to move bags of concrete, mandoors, wood cribbings, water pumps, and roofbolts.
Ability to set posts and roof supports and clean walkways
Ability to hang ventilation curtain and install waterlines
Visually inspect work area for hazards
Perform methane checks
Ability to perform fill-in duties for other workers as necessary
Able to work independently without supervision
Ability to organize and prioritize assigned tasks
Strong attention to detail
Non-Essential Job Functions:
- Operate a scoop, roof bolter, continuous miner, and shuttle car
- Assist mechanics in performing equipment repair
- Operate mantrip
- Ability to work approximately 900 feet underground 8-10 hours per day
- Ability to lift floor-to-waist and waist-to-overhead
- Ability to push/pull as needed
- Standing, bending, step climbing, crawling, working overhead
- Ability to hear instructions and audible warnings
- Noise, dust, uneven earth surfaces, confined environment, varying temperatures
Equipment/Clothing Used to Perform the Job:
- Work Clothes w/reflective material
- Work Boots with Metatarsal Guards
- Gloves, Hard Hat, Light, Safety Glasses, Hearing Protection, Light
- Self Rescue Kit
- Methane Detector with holder
- Mechanical Hand Tools
- Shovels and pick axes
- Curtains, Hooks
Preferred Qualifications, Education & Experience:
- High school diploma or GED preferred
- WV Experienced Miners Card preferred
- WV Apprentice Miner’s Card required
- One (1) year related experienced preferred but not required.
- Associate degree in mining technology/maintenance preferred
Murray Energy Corporation including The Marshall County Coal Company is an equal opportunity employer with competitive compensation and excellent benefits including health insurance, dental, vision, and 401k. Those individuals searching for a challenging and rewarding opportunity should apply.
Coal Combustion Products Engineering Oandm - 139785
2018 Summer Intern - Coal Combustion Products Engineering OandM (Gibson Station)Build an exciting, rewarding career with us - help us make a difference for millions of people every day. Consider joining the Duke Energy team, where youand#39;ll find a friendly work environment, opportunities for growth and development, recognition for your work and competitive pay and benefits.: The Coal Combustion Products (CCP) team provides strategic leadership to effectively manage coal ash storage in a manner that mitigates any hazard to public health, safety, or welfare and ensures the ongoing safety of our communities and environment. The team delivers solutions that address net environmental impact and balance stakeholder interests. Specifically, the team develops closure strategies, develops closure plans, and executes major projects to move ash to permanent storage solutions and ultimately close coal combustion residuals (CCR) impoundments in compliance with Federal and state legislation. Interns support the site System Owner and Project Managers who are responsible for the individual ash basin closure projects. Interns may also assist management with overseeing construction, design, and other compliance and permitting related activities. As part of the Coal Combustion Products (CCP) team, key duties for the Intern will include:* Assisting the System Owner and Project Managers with all phases of project planning and execution to ensure all project success factors are met, including but not limited to scope, schedule, cost, quality, environmental, safety, communications, security, and integration.
Assisting the System Owner and Project Managers with implementing the ash basin closure Project Execution Plan (PEP) while ensuring that all Project objectives are met or exceeded for safety, environmental, quality, schedule, cost, configuration management, integration, etc.
Supporting the overall CCP Department objectives.
Performing and documenting frequent field observations and walk downs to ensure project success.
Assisting System Owner with weekly inspections and providing observations of regulated dam structures
Ensuring the integrity and efficient operation of all regulated structures under System Ownerand#39;s responsibilities
Assisting Project Managers and System Owner with providing or arranging the site safety orientations as required for the CCP staff and contractors.
Understanding and enforcing Site Security guidelines.
Assisting and supporting System Owner and Project Manager with Project Management related meetings. Attending on-site staff meetings and performing administrative duties for on-site staff needs
Communicating clearly and effectively. This Intern position is for students pursuing degrees in undergraduate studies in Civil Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, or Construction Management . In addition to working within your discipline, you may be asked to work across a multi-engineering discipline platform. Specific Requirements : Required to wear personal protective equipment (hardhat, safety glasses, appropriate clothing, ear plugs, fall protection, etc.) as needed. Working Conditions:
Office and plant environment - requires walking, light lifting, infrequent climbing, and occasional exposure to temperature and noise.TO BE CONSIDERED ALL QUALIFIED APPLICANTS MUST APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ONLINE AT: WWW.DUKE-ENERGY.COM/CAREERS
Currently enrolled and pursuing a four-year degree in Civil Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering (Non-Technology) from an ABET Accredited College or University or Construction Management
Cumulative GPA of 2.75* Must not graduate prior to December 2018* Valid driverand#39;s license Desired
* A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
Sophomore to Masterand#39;s classification
Previous experience working as an intern or co-op* Demonstrated technical proficiency in use of computers, software, and engineering
2018 Summer Intern - Coal Combustion Product Implementation (East Bend Station)
Title: 2018 Summer Intern - Coal Combustion Product Implementation (East Bend Station) Location: Kentucky-Union-DE of Indiana-EastBendGenStn (3338) Job Number: 139782 The Coal Combustion Products (CCP) team provides strategic leadership to effectively manage coal ash storage in a manner that mitigates any hazard to public health, safety, or welfare and ensures the ongoing safety of our communities and environment.
The team delivers solutions that address net environmental impact and balance stakeholder interests. Specifically, the team develops closure strategies, develops closure plans, and executes major projects to move ash to permanent storage solutions and ultimately close coal combustion residuals (CCR) impoundments in compliance with Federal and state legislation. Interns support Project Managers who are responsible for the individual ash basin closure projects.
Interns may also assist management with overseeing construction, design, and other compliance and permitting related activities. As part of the Coal Combustion Products (CCP) team, key duties for the Intern will include: Assisting the Project Managers with all phases of project planning and execution to ensure all project success factors are met, including but not limited to scope, schedule, cost, quality, environmental, safety, communications, security, and integration.
Assisting the Project Managers with implementing the ash basin closure Project Execution Plan (PEP) while ensuring that all Project objectives are met or exceeded for safety, environmental, quality, schedule, cost, configuration management, integration, etc. Supporting the overall CCP Department objective to drive incidents to ZERO! Understanding the Project Execution Plan and ensure compliance.
Understanding schedule variances and report any discrepancies to the Project Manager. Performing and documenting frequent field observations and walk downs to ensure Project success. Assisting Project Managers with providing or arranging the site safety orientations as required for the CCP staff and contractors Attending daily pre-job briefs with contingent workers.
Understanding and enforcing Site Security guidelines Assisting and supporting Project Manager with Project Management related meetings. Attending on-site staff meetings and performing administrative duties for on-site staff needs Communicating clearly and effectively This Intern position is for students pursuing degrees in undergraduate or graduate studies in Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Construction Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, or Construction Management . In addition to working within your discipline, you may be asked to work across a multi-engineering discipline platform. Specific Requirements : Required to wear personal protective equipment (hardhat, safety glasses, appropriate clothing, ear plugs, fall protection, etc.) as needed.
Working Conditions: Office and plant environment - requires walking, light lifting, infrequent climbing, and occasional exposure to temperature and noise. TO BE CONSIDERED ALL QUALIFIED APPLICANTS MUST APPLY FOR THIS POSITION ONLINE AT:
Currently enrolled and pursuing a four year degree in Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Construction Engineering, or Geotechnical Engineering (Non-Technology) from an ABET Accredited College or University or Construction Management Cumulative GPA of 2.75 Must not graduate prior to December 2018 Valid driver’s license Desired
A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher is preferred Sophomore to Master’s classification is preferred Previous experience working as an intern or co-op Demonstrated technical proficiency in use of computers, software, and engineering applications Demonstrated time management skills Demonstrated ability to work independently Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills Demonstrated history of achievements and personal performance Demonstrated leadership qualities through effective decision making Works effectively with others from diverse backgrounds to solve problems and implement solutions Desire to pursue a career in the energy industry Job: Administration
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