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Sales Territory Manager - Controlled Environments
At LineDrive we strive for excellence in all facets of our business, and our Controlled Environments Sales Division upholds this mission each day. Successful candidates for the Controlled Environments Territory Manager position will possess tremendous drive, determination, and above all else, passion for the solutions we offer in the controlled environments space. We are seeking a hungry salesperson to develop key decision maker and distributor relationships, who will do what it takes to become a subject matter expert, and who overdelivers on all promises, not only for LineDrive but for all end-users that are engaged.
The Perks & Benefits of Becoming a LineDriver:
- Like to travel? We'll work on providing you with a competitive vacation package to enjoy your time away.
- Flex Time - Because at LineDrive we know life can throw curve-balls.
- We like to move it, move it! - Can't stand to sit all day? We've got you covered. Check out the Optimity wellness app. All LineDrivers get a free subscription to help stay focused on their health and wellness.
- We say it and we mean it, work life balance.
- Medical, dental and vision package including a Health Savings Account with company contributions, starting on day one.
- Pre-taxed 401K plan for all full-time and part-time LineDrivers after one year with a 4% match.
- Work remote.
- Company provided laptop, iPad, iPhone and MIFI.
- Got SWAG? So do we! – An online company apparel and swag program with 2 welcome gifts.
- Is holiday time important to you? It is to us! Enjoy company paid half days before all major holidays. Why? Because we know our people work hard so we want them to play hard too!
Controlled Environments Territory Manager – South Central
Reports To: Controlled Environments Director of Sales
Territory: Texas, Alabama, Oklahoma and Colorado
Location: Must reside within the identified market for the territory (Dallas, TX; preferred)
Essential Duties &
- Prospecting for new business with existing and new end-users
- Manage existing business with end-users
- Manage distributor relationships via strategic meetings, joint calls on end-users, training and events
- Work with Sales Management to develop strategic territory business plans for achievement of sales growth
- Participate in industry shows and professional organizations
- Manage a multi-state territory
- Attend manufacturer training
- Implement behaviors to achieve company goals
- Learn and apply Sandler Selling System
- Ability to maintain vitality throughout a long sales cycle (4 months up to a year)
- Continually monitor competitor and industry developments
- Increase the value of the product perceived by the end user by providing training and product knowledge
- Participate in training sessions, trade shows, and sales meetings as requested
- Demonstrate LineDrive’s core values: Passion, Accountability, Collaboration, Innovation and
- Bachelor’s degree; required
Experience, Skills & Competencies:
- 3-5 years of outside sales experience; required
- Previous experience with up to 50% or more of overnight travel in last 3 years; preferred but not required
- Track record of successful selling and relationship building
- Life Science selling experience; preferred but not required
- Capital Equipment selling experience; preferred but not required
- Experience using CRM software; Salesforce preferred but not required
- Intermediate experience using Microsoft Office tools; i.e. Excel, Word and Outlook
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Experience with industrial sales distribution; preferred but not required
- Must be organized and self-driven to maintain high productivity
- Detail oriented with strong organizational skills and time management skills
- Ability to work in a fast paced environment
- Flexible when priorities shift
- Ability to read a situation and address conflict in a proactive manner
- Comfortable public speaking with strong presentation skills
- Ability to progressively manage and maintain contacts with established customers
- Ability to follow a sales system where closing business is the end result
- Bilingual in Spanish; a plus but not required
- Ability to match information to situation
- Must be a team player
- Must be a good listener
- Decision making ability
- Results driven
- 40-50% overnight travel
Technical & Office
- Minimum home internet speed of 10 Mpbs
- Must have a dedicated home office
- Sitting, particularly for sustained periods of time
- Ability to walk through end user facilities for extended periods of time
- Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
- This position works remotely and generally works on the go, in a hotel, at an end user facility or from a home office
We are our manufacturers' Industrial sales team and we are accountable to the mission of our customers and partners. The purpose of LineDrive is to keep our end customers safe and improve the productivity of their facilities by finding the customers' pain, connecting with the manufacturer's solution and utilizing the distributors' fulfillment.
Our job begins with planning and developing communication tools to get the right information to the end customer in the medium they prefer. LineDrive is process based and disciplined, selecting and executing the optimal tactics to complete our job. Our value is in our reach and knowledge, meeting customers’ needs and priorities in a superior way, and we do it through the acquisition of top talent and invest in tools and training to improve every day.
Our vision is to be the first choice of facility and factory leaders across North America when they need to eliminate waste, improve safety and operate more efficiently. We will offer our services across the platforms the customer chooses whether face to face or electronic, whenever and wherever we are needed. Workers will go home safely, factories will run more efficiently and the manufacturers of our products will grow profitably under the LineDrive shield.
Controlled Unclassified Information Specialist
We’re looking for Eagle Ray people. Eagle Ray is a rapidly growing, woman owned business specializing in strategic transformation services. We deliver complex professional services across the IC, DoD and DHS. With Eagle Ray’s help, our clients reduce cost and program risk, enhance operational performance and drive the development of new capabilities to end users in the National Security Enterprise. We offer an engaging corporate culture, a dynamic work environment and competitive total compensation. Insight. Impact. Innovation. Eagle Ray people are hands-on, results-oriented, and invested in the success of our customers’ missions. Come work with us, you can really make a difference!
Ensure the customer and contractor personnel performing on classified efforts (at the Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) and collateral levels) are provided with approved classification guidance, release procedures and marking criteria.
Assist in the Development of policies to stipulate agency procedures, roles, and responsibilities regarding CUI in accordance with EO 13556 and directives from NARA and ODNI.
Monitor and update existing guidance to maintain accuracy, as appropriate.
Establishing, monitoring, and managing required training for government personnel to ensure that those who create or handle CUI have satisfactory knowledge and understanding of relevant CUI categories and associated markings, as well as applicable safeguarding dissemination, and decontrol policies and procedures. This may require writing customer specific training.
Assist in the Creation and implementation of a self-inspection program that adheres to the principles and requirements of the Executive Order and directives from NARA and ODNI.
Assist in the integration of lessons learned from reviews and assessments to improve operational policies, procedures, and training
Assist in the Establishment of a system for corrective action to prevent and respond to non-compliance with the Executive Order and directives from NARA and ODNI
Assist in the Procedures for providing documentation that reflects the analysis and conclusion of the self-inspection program to ODNI on an annual basis and as requested by ODNI. Required:
Bachelors Degree; + 7-10 years experience, or equivalent, including 3 years within DOD/IC;
Additional Knowledge and
Significant experience in a distinct functional or cross-functional security areas (e.g., personnel, physical, industrial security; computer investigations; classification management; operational security; security education, etc.) based on the specific needs of the task.
Experience may be broad based, crossing multiple markets (e.g., government, industry) and may also include relevant and associated certifications and knowledge of applicable tools, methodologies, or best practices.
Experience directing the activities of security specialists as necessary on activities related to the specified field or discipline.
Must obtain DoD Security Professional Education Development (SPeD) Certification within 1 year of service start date; currently certified is a plus. Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/Disability/Vet/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity ID: 2017-2304 Security Clearance: Top Secret/SCI (TS/SCI) External Company Name: Eagle Ray, Inc. External Company URL: www.eaglerayinc.com
Controlled Environments Intern (Johnston, IA)
Controlled Environments Intern (Johnston, IA) (Job Number: 017843W-01)
Description The intern will participate in the program by planning, executing and analyzing data from experiments evaluating methods for generating and caring for double haploid crops in a controlled environments setting. The intern will be expected to have a small research project that she or he will present at the conclusion of the internship.
The Intern is involved in a program aimed at improving our understanding of specific methods for generating double haploid crops, specifically corn and wheat, and how plant care impacts quality and number of lines generated through the process. The intern will be an integral part of a team conducting research activities. The individual will be involved with activities aimed at furthering our understanding of the double haploid process, including induction, doubling, regeneration and the care of plantlets.
Such activities could include pollination of corn or wheat, treatment of plant material with chemicals, tissue culture, and routine plant care/maintenance. The intern will learn how to implement and trouble shoot various experimental protocols using assays in plant species. The intern will work under the guidance of a Research Scientist and her staff and will directly be involved in critical discussions regarding experimental planning, execution and result analysis.
Student majoring in agricultural or plant biotechnologies (physiology, molecular biology and biochemistry).
Individual must have a high degree of self-motivation, initiative, and ability to work well with others and independently.
Excellent written/verbal communication, computer and organizational skills are required.
Primary Location:NA-United States-Iowa-Johnston
Education Level:Bachelor's Degree (±16 years)
Job Type:Entry Level DuPont is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability or any other protected class.
If you need a reasonable accommodation to search or apply for a position, please visit our Accessibility Page for Contact Information. For US Applicants: See the “Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law” poster.
Substance Abuse Therapist Needed Pompano
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a health-related degree. Masters degree preferred.
A minimum of 5 years experience with chemical dependency and/or dual diagnosed clients, preferably in an out-patient setting.
Licensed, registered and/or actively working towards certification to practice clinical discipline, if applicable.
Knowledge of principles and practices of the discipline.
Healthcare Code of Ethics.
Knowledge of Joint Commission Standards.
Federal And State Regulations.
Knowledge of DSM V
Demonstrates Proficiency in Verbal and in Written Communication Skills.
Knowledge of State & Federal Statutes Regarding:
Workplace Violence Prevention
Corporate Integrity & Compliance
Demonstrate Competencies in assessing:
- Mental Health
- Trauma – Abuse – Neglect – Exploitation
- Suicide - Homicide
5. GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT/TRAINING:
See Attachments in Personnel file
6. APTITUDES/COMPETENCY EXAMS:
See Attachment in Personnel file
7. AGE SPECIFIC INDIVIDUALS SERVED/ RESPONSIBILITY:
8. OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:
Familiar with BTC P&P’s.
Familiar with community resources
9. EMPLOYEE CLASSIFICATION:
1. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:
Hours of work are structured in an eight (8) hour block but may be subject to irregular hours based on the facility’s needs and on call schedule.
Position requires work in a temperature controlled environment; 80% - 90% of the time spent indoors.
Potential exposure to violent situations.
Routine tasks do not create potential exposure to airborne/blood-borne pathogens or other potentially infectious materials.
2. PHYSICAL & MENTAL DEMANDS:
3. MACHINES/EQUIPMENTPROGRAMS USED:
Electronic Medical Record
4. JOB CATEGORY UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS:
Routine tasks do not involve exposure to blood, body fluids or tissues.
5. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
6. POTENTIAL WORKPLACE HAZARDS:
7. POTENTIAL WORKPLACE VIOLENCE:
Med/High Risk Level
1. SUPERVISION PROVIDED TO POSITION:
Direct supervision is provided by the Clinical Director on a weekly basis, and as needed on a daily basis.
2. PERFORMANCE/PROFICIENCY STANDARDS:
Performance standards are integrated within the position responsibilities. The principle functions of the position identified shall not be considered as a complete description of the all the work requirements and expectations that may be inherent in the position.
3. REASON FOR JOB RESPONSIBILTY/FUNCTION:
To assist clients understand their problems and what causes them to engage in addictive behavior. To help clients understand ways to cope and potentially incorporate methods, such as the 12-step program, to help clients toward recovery/relapse prevention
SPECIFIC AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY TO POSITION
1. Demonstrates knowledge of chemical dependency and addictions and utilizes knowledge and skills to access and meet the client’s treatment needs and requirements.
2. Documents on a regular basis within the electronic medical record - client chart.
3. Facilitates team interaction for discharge planning regarding client chemical dependency issues and needs.
4. Shares pertinent information with treatment team as obtained from client, client’s family members, or significant others.
5. Participates as a team member in all treatment team meetings and provides input regarding clients and chemical abuse and dependency treatment needs and requirements.
6. Discusses with clients relapse warning signs and relapse prevention techniques and strategies and develops plans accordingly.
7. Documents provided services in progress notes in a clear, concise, timely manner.
8. Assist the client(s) in developing measurable chemical dependency related discharge goals and objectives.
9. Provides pertinent client information based on chemical dependency evaluation, and group and individual session interactions, to assist in the client treatment process.
10. Assists in developing chemical abuse and dependency aspects of treatment plans and treatment plan updates in collaboration with other treatment team members.
11. Acts as a liaison to community agencies providing chemical dependency and abuse services.
12. Provides community awareness education and in-services on behalf of the agency.
13. Knowledge of program policies and procedures.
14. Shares pertinent information with team as obtained from clients or family throughout program.
15. Collaborates with the medical staff to provide chemical dependency treatment services.
16. Attends daily staffing meetings.
17. Documents client progress/regression according to established policies and procedures
18. Continues with educational courses and in-services training, per policies and procedures
19. Maintains up to date competencies.
20. Updates knowledge of community resources on a continuous basis.
21. Maintains CPR certification.
22. Conducts chemical dependency group and individual counseling sessions.
23. Responds positively to changing situations in the work setting.
24. Ability to work as a team member, demonstrating maturity under stress and objectivity.
25. Demonstrates good communication skills.
26. Performs in a professional manner and role models a positive image of mental health.
27. Reports abuse of clients’ rights immediately.
28. Participates in obtaining the client’s informed consent for procedures, treatments, and research, as appropriate.
29. Knowledge re: Baker Act procedure, and knowledge of team member’s responsibilities in Baker Act situations.
30. Provides groups as scheduled.
31. Participates in Performance Improvement monitoring and evaluating activities.
32. Acts decisively and effectively in managing staff, clients, and other employees during emergency situation.
33. Performs other capacities as needed.
34. Recognizes and acknowledges and treats co-occurring issues by helping client to adhere to medication management as well as established protocols for different diagnoses.
35. Participates in the clinical on-call rotation
Substance Abuse Counselor- Lcas Requirement (Winston Salem)
Job Title: Substance Abuse Counselor LCAS-Licensed
Summary The primary role of this position is to provide treatment for substance abusing women and their children. The outcome achieved through this position will be quality programming for substance abusing women and their children designed to improve their quality of life that is provided with efficiency and effectiveness to meet the needs of this special population.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
· Provides group leadership to include therapy, education, and skills-related groups
· Provides service to SACOT, SAIOP and Out Patient
· Provides individual counseling;
· Manages and monitors case load of active treatment clients;
· Monitors clients’ progress, safety and medications;
· Coordinates/conducts drug screens and breathalyzer tests;
· Participates in client staffings;
· Provides input into the development of the treatment plan;
· Communicates daily with the team;
· Completes and turns in tickets daily;
· Documents all services provided on progress notes;
· Works on an interdisciplinary team;
· Participates in clinical supervision;
· Participates on mini/mega teams for case consultation;
· Conducts weekly aftercare groups;
· Provides assessment services;
· Conducts weekly family groups;
· Completes and submits monthly reports
· Performs other clinical duties as needed in the program;
· Comprehends and utilizes a variety of intervention techniques;
Provides client-centered, respect-based, empowerment-oriented, relational approach
· Utilizes the 12 core functions of substance abuse intervention;
· Knowledgeable about substances, addiction and recovery;
· Recognizes relapse signs and provides intervention;
· Assesses the safety of consumers and contracts for safety
· This position is required to provide monthly reports, document in logs, and provide incident reporting.
o Monthly program reports
o Quarterly reports
o Correspondence for staff
o Incident/Accident Reports
§ Performs other duties as requested by their supervisor within the scope of the job.
· To be considered for this job, an individual must be a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS)
· Master’s degree in human services with one year of substance abuse work experience.
· Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The mission of Community Alternatives is to provide responsive, person-centered services to improve the quality of life for individuals and families.
To foster a continuum of support services in every community we serve.
At Community Alternatives, we value each individual. We ensure the following:
* That our services are accessible
* That everyone understand their rights and responsibilities
* That everyone have access to prompt and fair problem resolution.
* That individuals are guaranteed the opportunity to participate in developing their service plan.
* That everyone has many opportunities for individual growth and a range of choices about how to best reach their personal goals.
* That everyone has the opportunity to participate in program evaluation and quality management.
* That we will use collaboration as the cornerstone of our service delivery system.
* That we will honor cultural, family and individual values.
* That we will use data and outcome information to continually improve our service delivery system.
Part-Time Substance Abuse Counselor (Hempstead)
Counseling Service of Eastern District New York (CSEDNY) a non-profit organization that provides treatment Alternatives to incarceration currently seeks a part-time evening Counselor for its
Hempstead, Long Island location.
Under the supervision of a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, the ideal candidate will provide Counseling services for the Criminal Justice Population that are comprehensive and meet quality and quantity standards.
Duties will include, but not be limited to:
- Documenting services appropriately and within specified time frames
- Demonstrating competency in recognizing the unique needs and applying relevant treatment
- Conducting individual and group sessions
- Intensive Outpatient Services (IOS) and dual diagnosis groups
- Psychosocial assessments and treatment planning
- Client intake
- Monthly progress reporting
- Maintaining charts
- Maintaining collateral contacts
- Discharge summaries
- Providing coverage for other staffers as needed
Candidates must be available to work on Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 5 pm to 8 pm
Qualified candidates must have a Degree in Mental Health Counseling or Social Work and Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling Certification (CASAC). A LCSW, LMSW or LMHC is a plus.
A minimum of two (2) years experience working directly with adults in the Criminal Justice Population and work in an 822 outpatient substance abuse clinic is required.
Ideal candidates will be computer savvy and will have experience in electronic charting systems (ex. ACCUMED). Candidates must be comfortable working independently and with a team in a fast-paced setting.
Compensation based on experience.
Qualified candidates must send resume & cover letter as a Word or PDF attachment.
Substance Abuse And Clinical Counselor
Alpha Family Counseling is seeking talented therapists who wish to join a rapidly growing program for underprivileged adults and children in Wayne County. We prefer some substance abuse experience and/or substance abuse education.
- Therapeutic Counseling and Substance Abuse Counseling
- Ability to document the full range of services provided including Court Reports, Treatment Plans, Collateral Contacts, and Terminations. We provide training
- Collateral contacts with Case Workers
- Provide services to clients through non-traditional work hours.
- Masters Degree in Counseling, or Social Work and a License to Practice in the State of Michigan.
- Previous experience in counseling, or substance abuse treatment
- Ability to build rapport with clients
- Good organizational and time management skills
- Excellent computer skills and attention to detail
- Ability and desire to see clients in their homes.
- Ability to carry a full case load which provides 20 or more face-to-face counseling sessions per week.
- Signing Bonus
- Full case loads readily available
- Assistance with obtaining Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC)
- Job Stability
- Flexible work hours
- Work from your own home-office
- Schedule vacations, necessary medical appointments, and other personal appointments according to your needs
- Obtain tax savings by documenting business expenses
- Excellent clinical supervision that meets requirements for obtaining LPC, LMSW, and CAADC at no cost to therapists
- CEU training up to $300 annually
Outpatient Counselor- Substance Abuse
Penn Foundation, serving the community since 1955.
Penn Foundation provides compassionate, responsive, and innovative care that addresses the mental health, substance use, and intellectual disability needs of the community.
Each year, we partner with more than 10,000 individuals and families to help them realize their fullest mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health.
Recognizing that every person is unique, we provide quality care and personalized attention to every client.
We work closely with primary care physicians, schools, churches, businesses, and others to ensure that we are providing coordinated care that meets the needs of the whole person - mind, body, and spirit.
The Substance Abuse Counselor provides assessments, treatment planning, and counseling to adults, adolescents, and their families.
Hours: Part-time fee-for-service, 10 hours/week
Essential Job Responsibilities
- Assesses clients/families in a professional and thorough manner
- Triages clients who require services other than outpatient services
- Provides individual/family counseling
- Provides clinically related tasks such as correspondence, completion of managed care forms, and works in assuring services are authorized
- Minimum Master's Degree
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or license eligible preferred
- A Pennsylvania Criminal Record Check, a Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance and a FBI Criminal History Background Check
Penn Foundation is an equal opportunity employer
Substance Abuse Therapist/Counselor
Therapist--Family Options Providers. Inc.. - Beckley, WV 25801
Overview Individuals to provide professional therapy services as well as group therapy services. Two years of documented experience in the treatment of substance use disorder (SUD). Experience in treating co-occurring disorders preferred.
Possess a Master's Degree in an approved Human Service Related Field (i.e. Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, etc).
WV License preferred (i.e. LPC, LGSW, LICSW, LCSW, LSW, Supervised Psychologist, Psychologist, etc.) but not required.
Two years of experience in the treatment of substance use disorder population
Must be able to communicate effectively with others
Must be organized and well motivated
Good Documentation skills
Good Time management skills
Be able to work in a team setting with both internal as well as external individuals
Must be able to pass a Fingerprint Background Check (CIB) as well as a CPS Background check
Must abide by NASW, and other specific licensure, Code of Ethics
Must abide by WV Medicaid policies and procedures related to billing and provision of services
Be able to participate to obtain certification training in CPI/First Aid as well as CPI
Valid Driver’s License and Auto Insurance
Must have your own transportation
Must have a flexible schedule
Job Locations: Raleigh County, West Virginia
SUB Abuse Counslr I - Substance Abuse Treatment Pr
*Hazardous Duty Pay
Law Enforcement & Custodial Officers System (LECOS) Retirement
Telephonic Interviews Will Not Be Accepted
Work Site Visits Will Be Conducted
No Study Material MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Position filled at SAC I or SAC II Levels Substance Abuse Counselor I $2,829.05/month
Salary GR.B14 The salary for an ERS Retiree (or non-contributing member) will be $2,760.05. For full job description and minimum qualifications, please visit: http://www.tdcj.texas.gov/divisions/hr/pd/045249.pdf Substance Abuse Counselor II $2,995.67/month
Salary GR.15 The salary for an ERS Retiree (or non-contributing member) will be $2,922.60. For full job description and minimum qualifications, please visit: http://www.tdcj.texas.gov/divisions/hr/pd/045020.pdf Selected applicants without required license(s) must sign a Credential Contingency Agreement that will remain in effect only until the initially established expiration date. Failure to comply with this contingency statement will result in separation from employment. Credential Contingency Agreements will not be extended or renewed as a result of an employee's separation from employment or acceptance of another position. For details on license/certification, see: http://www.tcbap.org http://www.dshs.state.tx.us This is a Career Ladder position. When filling the available positions, consideration will be given to the selected applicant's education, experience, licensure, and credentials. The following Military Occupational Specialty codes are generally applicable to this position. Applicants must fully complete the summary of experience to determine if minimum qualifications are met. 68, 67, HM, 01, 4C, 42 Applicants who want to schedule an appointment for a work site visit must call the contact person.Outside applicants will be required to submit to pre-employment drug testing as a condition of employment.
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