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Research Laboratory Technician- Arms & Hands Core, Full-Time (39706)
The Research Laboratory Technician will assist in the day to day operations of a research lab conducting an array of biomedical research projects and interaction with the diverse group of affiliated scientists and students.
The Research Laboratory Technician will consistently demonstrate support of the SRALAB statement of Vision, Mission and Core Values by striving for excellence, contributing to the team efforts and showing respect and compassion for patients and their families, fellow employees, and all others with whom there is contact at or in the interest of the institute.
The Research Laboratory Technician will demonstrate SRALAB Core Attributes: Communication, Accountability, Flexibility/Adaptability, Judgment/Problem Solving, Customer Service and SRALAB Values (Hope, Compassion, Discovery, Collaboration, & Commitment to Excellence) while fulfilling job duties.
The Research Laboratory Technician will:
Supports the day-to-day activities of a team of researchers tasked with clinical research studies.
Works with scientists, therapists, and physicians to perform and document studies under supervision.
Supports protocol creation/modification as needed with the institutional review board (IRB) and other regulatory agencies. Assist the Principal Investigators (PIs) and laboratory manager in supporting organization, budget planning and meeting project milestones.
Responsible for inventorying supplies and placing orders.
Supports troubleshooting research equipment when necessary.
Contributes to new project plan development and experimental execution.
Interfaces with a diverse group including the core research team, academic collaborators within and outside the SRALAB, industrial partners, finance department and federal funding agencies.
Performs all other duties that may be assigned in the best interest of SRALAB.
- Reports directly to the other laboratory PIs and works in an environment that is overseen by the Chief Scientific Officer.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required
A Bachelor's degree in a biology related field.
2-4 years' experience as a research technician or research assistant in a related field (such as biomedical engineering, neuroscience, physiology) is preferred.
Experience with human research is preferred.
Experience with scientific writing and presentations.
Experience and proficiency with both qualitative and quantitative research outcome measures.
Analytical abilities necessary to understand complex problems and to resolve these problems through the application of appropriate technologies; the ability to structure time to meet deadlines; and the ability to be flexible to changing design requirements and deliverables.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Normal office environment with little or no exposure to dust or extreme temperature.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
SRALab is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Afha Hands On Team
AFHA AmeriCorps program hands-on team performs historic preservation construction and conservation improvements. Other program positions offer individually assigned options with conservation agencies for field work and environmental education, and communities for community development, cultural heritage tourism, and heritage development organizations.
Members benefit rural communities with revitalizing downtowns based on their unique historic assets, building capacity and supporting volunteers, while improving economic opportunity. Appalachian Forest Heritage Area works in 16 counties in the highlands of West Virginia to develop heritage tourism and conservation of forest heritage assets. Join the AFHA AmeriCorps multi-focus team and help West Virginia communities to accomplish actual on-the-ground results for projects that conserve, develop and enhance natural, heritage and community assets in order to protect the environment and increase economic development based on heritage tourism.
College degree or significant life experience preferred, candidates fresh out of high school are unlikely to succeed. Hands On Team applicants should have some construction experience, or at least be comfortable with hand tools. Historic preservation background is a plus.
Training in specific skills will be provided. See www.appalachianforest.us/americorps.htm for more information – To apply, submit cover letter by email as well as AmeriCorps application.
Car recommended , Permits working at another job during off hours , Permits attendance at school during off hours . Service Areas :
Environment , Neighborhood Revitalization , Community and Economic Development . Skills :
historic preservation , Communications , Fine Arts/Crafts , Community Organization , Architectural Planning , Team Work , Trade/Construction.
Hands On Atlanta Elementary Tutor - Full Time
Hands On Atlanta Schools-Based AmeriCorps Members provide individual and small group tutoring, classroom support to students during academic times, student enrichment during mentoring/tutoring Saturday sessions, and family engagement support to more than 2,000 K-5 students attending Title I schools in the Greater Atlanta area. Hands On Atlanta is seeking full-time members to provide literacy and/or math tutoring and enrichment programming to elementary students.
School-Based AmeriCorps Members support Hands On Atlanta's Discovery Program, a Saturday morning mentoring and enrichment program that operates 10 - 12 Saturdays a school year at partner elementary schools.Ideal candidates will be aspiring educators, counselors, social workers, and/or nonprofit or youth development professionals who are passionate about serving the needs of economically-disadvantaged children.Applicants must be available to serve full-time, including at least two Saturday mornings per month (1700 hours total), from July 31, 2018 to June 30, 2019. Full-time members will receive a living stipend of $15,000 during the 10 month school year (August 2018 - May 2019) and an education award of $5,920 upon satisfactorily completing the 1,700 hours of service. Members also receive medical and dental benefits and may qualify for childcare assistance.
Members may defer their federal student loan payments while in service. In addition, members receive extensive, ongoing training to support their professional development. Members are responsible for filing their own forbearance requests with their loan holders.
Permits working at another job during off hours , Uniforms provided and required , Car recommended , Permits attendance at school during off hours . Service Areas :
Education , Children/Youth , Community Outreach . Skills :
Teaching/Tutoring , Writing/Editing , Youth Development , Communications , Medicine , Social Services , Education , Leadership , Public Speaking , Conflict Resolution , Team Work , Community Organization , Public Health , Counseling , Law.
Lead Asp.Net MVC Developer – Hands On Mentor Makes A Big Impact
Senior Server-Side Java Developer / Hands On Architect
We have openings for senior Java developers to join a small highly skilled fast moving team that is developing a next generation Identity platform that we be seen as the premier global offering in the space. These roles require engineers that are able to identify and evaluate all technical options to specific business requirements and are able to recommend and develop solutions as part of the overall initiative. This requires being able to work effectively in a highly collaborative team where requirements may be fluid but also to be just as effective working independently.
The role also requires that individuals have experience and are able to work with the AWS team to architect and implement solutions that leverage the capabilities of AWS to ensure the target performance and availability of the product is exceeded.
Design and develop in a Java 8 environment high quality reusable code that will run on the AWS platform and integrate with AWS services like Dynamo DB, S3 and KMS
Work with other developers and architects to design the overall Product architecture in a highly iterative environment using Agile methodology
Utilize industry standards design and implement Restful end points and processing JSON-LD based messages
Integrate 3rd party applications using Restful APIs
Collaborate with information security and DevOps to implement Platform needs relating to high availability, security, integration and data storage
Collaborate with QA to enable test automation
Create unit tests for the platform
Conduct code reviews
Create docker images for the services implemented
Skills and Qualifications:
Strong development experience in Java 8 with experience using of Lambdas
Experience in various concurrency library classes including how to choose and implement them
Good understanding and previous experience with using data structures and algorithms e.g. collections , understanding performance implications of choosing a structure , knowledge of how they are implemented
Extensive experience and use of Java features e.g. serialization, exception handling, classes and interfaces, generics and off heap memory
Understanding of performance characteristics of data structures - the big O notation. e.g. O(1), O(N), O(log N
Understanding garbage collection
Experience and understanding of security e.g. JCE , javax.security , bouncy castle , java key store
Demonstrated understanding of anonymous classes, nested static classes, Unsafe, generics and serialization
Why join our team?
Work on major software projects for FTSE 500 companies
Work directly with our clients' C-level executives from day one
We're growing - fast. Come on board for the chance to grow with us
Enjoy an agile and collaborative culture as part of a team of likeminded individuals
We have offices across North America, Europe, and India, which means global opportunities for career advancement
Saggezza is a global solutions provider with deep links and insights into the technologies shaping the next generation of business. We help ambitious businesses unlock the power of their enterprise data to accelerate growth and uncover opportunities. We combine software development and implementation expertise with our next-generation data analytics platform to turn our customers into data driven enterprises. We offer a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and vision coverage, unemployment and disability insurance, basic life, health savings and flex spending account options, workers compensation, great vacation package, and 401k.
Saggezza, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer:
We believe in treating each employee and applicant for employment fairly and with dignity. We base our employment decisions on merit, experience, and potential, without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age, religion, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by federal, state or local law.
Indoor Work With Hands / Top Pay+Benefits
MUST HAVE VALID DRIVERS LICENSE
Sir Grout of SW Florida is looking for a motivated Service Technician to help grow our rapidly expanding business. We train our Technicians how to restore tile and grout, natural stone surfaces like marble, granite, slate, and travertine, as well as hard wood, to like new or better than new condition. The ideal candidate will have experience in general maintenance, handyman work, tile setting or floor polishing with strong attention to detail and knows how to WOW customers. We are looking for someone who delivers quality work and believes in ALWAYS being on time for a job.
Great Pay & Perks
$15 - $17 base pay per hour depending on experience.
20% of the price of any service or products that you up-sell to the customer.
$$ bonuses when your work receives a positive testimonial or review, e.g., Google, Yelp, Angie's List, etc.
Daily fuel allowance if you drive your vehicle to a job site OR use of a company vehicle.
Potential to earn significant Tip income for excellent service.
Company paid holidays.
A Paid Time Off (PTO) program.
A Healthcare Allowance after 90 days
This is a full-time position. You will either be working on small projects by yourself or on large projects together with another team member. The ideal candidate will be able to work 5 days/week, Monday to Friday, and may also include an occasional Saturday. A typical day involves the completion of one project, and the work is indoors on the majority of days! Most work occurs at residential homes, but we also provide service to businesses. Visit www.SirGrout.com to see descriptions and videos of our service.
Experience and Personal Attributes
Caulking experience (strongly preferred).
Tile installation / repair experience (preferred but not required).
Stone (marble, granite) honing, polishing experience (preferred but not required).
Experience providing service to home and business owners.
Friendly & motivated to please clients.
Enjoys doing quality work and is detail oriented.
Reliable & On-Time (very important).
Prior experience as a Handyman, Maintenance Technician, Tile Setter, or in Floor Polishing is desirable.
About Sir Grout of SW Florida
We are part of a national business that is recognized as the leader in restoring tile, grout, stone, and hardwood. Our team in SW Florida is passionate about delivering great work for our customers and has received the Angie's List Super Service Award. While we work hard, we also have fun, and every team member is always treated with respect.
After submitting your resume, you will receive an email prompting you to complete a brief survey. A completed survey is required to be considered for the position. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Project Manager - Hands On Corporate Events And Special Events
Job Title: Project Manager–Corporate Engagement and Special Events-Hands On
Reporting To: Director-Hands On
Department: Community Impact
Exempt OR Non-exempt: Non-exempt
Work Schedule: Full-time. Core Hours of Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Must be able to work a flexible schedule with the possibility of evening and weekend work.
Overall Purpose of this Role:
Hands On Greater Portland serves as the volunteer center for Multnomah and Washington Counties and makes more than 20,000 volunteer connections a year with 250+ nonprofit partners.
The Project Manager is responsible for the successful fulfillment of Hands On corporate and large community volunteer projects and events.
Develop, project manage, and lead large scale community and corporate events from start to finish, including developing individual projects and stewarding relationships with nonprofit partners. Examples include: MLK Weekend of Service, Cares Day, and Stand Together Week.
Manage and support other events as specified
Maintain inventory of Hands On project tools and supplies
Business Cares project management
Develop and manage volunteer projects for corporate groups
Provide excellent customer service and relationship management to corporate contact
Manage project budgets
Evaluate and report project accomplishments
Days of Service management
Develop and manage United Way corporate partner projects
Provide excellent customer service to corporate contact
Participate in Hands On volunteer intake & referral (I&R)
Participate in shared responsibility of all Hands On Team members to answer phones and emails on one assigned day per week
Demonstrate I&R knowledge and core competencies
Participate as an active member of Hands On and UW Team, completing other assignments as needed
Participate in the planning and execution of the annual Partner Breakfast, as needed
Participate in Hands On Social Media campaigns
Provide reception back-up for United Way on an as-needed basis
Complete other special assignments, as assigned
Supervision and Working Relationships
Supervisory Direction Received:
- Position works under the general direction of the Director-Hands On. Work subject to review and evaluation by the Director-Hands On.
- United Way/Hands On staff, current and prospective volunteers, local nonprofits, corporate representatives, community members
- No direct reports
Education, Training, and Experience Required for this Position:
Three years of experience that aligns with the position's requirements; Bachelor's degree; or a comparable combination of experience and education
Proficiency with a Windows operating system, MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Internet, and Salesforce programs preferred
Valid driver's license, automobile insurance, and access to a reliable vehicle. Experience and comfort driving a large truck/van, i.e., 20' vehicle that we rent and use to move tools and supplies to volunteer project sites
Frequently moves tools and supplies weighing up to 50 pounds from local tool bank to volunteer project site and from retail stores such as Home Depot to volunteer project site (up to several times per month or more)
Consistently works on volunteer project sites, stooping, kneeling, crawling, reaching, ascending/descending ladders, lifting and moving tools, painting, building, etc. (several times per month or more)
Consistently works in outdoor weather conditions on volunteer project sites (several times per month or more)
Work is also performed indoors, within an open office setting with a moderate noise level and occasional exposure to scents.
Frequently required to sit/stand at computer in a stationery position.
Frequently operates a computer and other office productivity equipment, such as copy machine, printer, phone, and fax machine.
Frequently required to move about inside the office for meetings, access to information, office equipment, etc.
Ability to link donor, volunteer, and advocates' aspiration to needs
Ability to catalyze others' commitment to mission
Strives vigorously to accomplish shared goals
Separates one's own interests from organizational interests in order to make the best possible judgments for the organization
Understands and motivates individuals and organizations
Values diversity and inclusion
Treats others with respect and dignity
Actively listens to and facilitates diverse input and contributions
Seeks and shares knowledge of community
Takes a collaborative approach to addressing issues
Focuses on shared goals
Mobilizes a broad range of sectors and resources
Culture and Diversity
Maintain an overt culture and diversity lens in all Community Impact work
Has a searing focus on results and can effectively communicate goals and impact
Promotes innovation/willing to take risks
Develops relationships to drive resources and results
Has the necessary organizational skills to deliver on business model
Acts with integrity and strong ethics to foster trust at all levels (personal, market, societal)
Internalizes the meaning and commitment of United Way and consistently acts according to its value and purpose
Demonstrates the values of the network; is a good system-citizen
Is accountable and transparent with all stakeholders
Additional Competencies and
Excellent verbal and oral communication skills
Demonstrates social responsibility and stewardship
Embraces ambiguity and paradox
Shares power and decision-making
Exemplary customer service
Ability to navigate corporate and nonprofit cultures
Curiosity and creativity
Ability to enroll coworkers and other constituents in events
Familiarity with our region's nonprofit community
Willingness to learn
Passion for working with people and building relationships
Strong planning and organizational skills; ability to manage details
Project management and oversight
Ability to succeed in a fast-paced work environment
Ability to supervise volunteer leaders and in-house skilled volunteers
Willingness to work behind the scenes to build infrastructure
Ability and willingness to innovate and stretch the limits of current Hands On programs; Willingness to learn and grow
Intention to develop own professional skills and abilities
Passion for the mission of Hands On
Hands On Atlanta SEL Elementary
Full time AmeriCorps Members with Hands On Atlanta will serve to assist students in developing and enhancing Social/Emotional Learning (SEL) skills on a caseload model. These skills include self-awareness, conflict resolution, communication, asking for help, confidence building, peer group navigation, impulse control, and several others.
With SEL skill development elementary school students will be able to develop a foundational skill set necessary to help them achieve new levels of success academically. AmeriCorps Members will serve full school days in Fulton County (south) Schools, DeKalb County Schools or Atlanta Public Schools according to the district's school year calendar. Duties will include individual and small group student work in SEL skill development (mentoring/tutoring); serving alongside SEL teams comprised of intervention specialists, guidance counselors, school social workers; community and parent outreach; and supporting Hands On Atlanta's Saturday morning Discovery Program.
Full time Members earn a living stipend of $15,000 as well as health, vision, dental benefits; members may qualify for childcare assistance as well as EBT benefits. Upon completion of the 1700 hour requirements, Members will be eligible for the Education Award of approximately $5800. Members are responsible for their own transportation in/around Atlanta whether via the public transit system, ride share options, or personal vehicle(s). Candidates should have a background in school counseling, social work, childhood development, or similar fields.
Car recommended , Uniforms provided and required , Permits attendance at school during off hours , Permits working at another job during off hours . Service Areas :
Education , Children/Youth . Skills :
Leadership , Conflict Resolution , Team Work , Youth Development , Counseling , Social Services , Public Health , Education , Teaching/Tutoring , Communications.
VT Youth Development Corps members promote hope, justice, & wellbeing for all VT youth. Their service supports innovative initiatives at nonprofit organizations, municipalities, and schools that foster positive youth development and build resilience in youth, helping them avoid opioid use and other unhealthy behaviors.
Willing Hands' mission is to recover food in order to reduce waste, improve health, and provide reliable access to nutritious food for our neighbors in need. We do this by growing, gleaning and recovering fresh perishable food from farms, grocers, bakers and wholesalers. With a refrigerated truck on the road 358 days a year, we distribute this food to over 60 fellow non-profits who share our mission to serve those in need.
Our 2018 AmeriCorps will assist Willing Hands, and our partner Cedar Circle Farm, in developing and implementing a program to engage youth as volunteers in our garden and gleaning programs. In addition to allowing us to recover more nutritious food, this effort will engage youth in volunteerism and agricultural education.
Permits attendance at school during off hours , Car recommended , Permits working at another job during off hours . Service Areas :
Children/Youth , Education , Health , Hunger , Community Outreach . Skills :
Writing/Editing , Recruitment , Teaching/Tutoring , Education , General Skills , Non-Profit Management , Computers/Technology , Youth Development , Public Speaking , Team Work , Communications.
Hands On Atlanta Tutoring (Ht) 2018-19
Hands On Atlanta Schools-Based AmeriCorps Members provide tutoring, enrichment, and family engagement to more than 2,000 K-12 students attending Title I schools in the Greater Atlanta area. Hands On Atlanta is seeking half-time members to provide literacy and/or math tutoring and enrichment programming to elementary students at two Atlanta Public Schools and one independent charter school.
School-Based AmeriCorps Members support Hands On Atlanta's Discovery Program, a Saturday morning mentoring and enrichment program that operates 5 -6 Saturday mornings a semester at various elementary schools. Ideal candidates will be aspiring educators, counselors, social workers, and/or nonprofit or youth development professionals who are passionate about serving the needs of economically-disadvantaged children. Applicants must be available to serve a near full-time schedule, including at least two Saturday mornings per month (900 hours total), from August 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019.
The term typically ends on May 31 but there is a month afforded to Members who need to make up time in order to earn their education award. Half-time members will receive a living stipend of $8000 (paid semi-monthly - on 15th and last day of month) and a half-time education award of $2,960 for the 900 hours of service. Members may qualify for childcare assistance and may apply for loan forbearance on federal loans that qualify (Members must submit their own applications to their loan holder). In addition, members receive extensive, ongoing training to support their professional development.
Car recommended , Permits working at another job during off hours , Uniforms provided and required , Permits attendance at school during off hours . Service Areas :
Education , Children/Youth . Skills :
Communications , Writing/Editing , Counseling , Education , Youth Development , Teaching/Tutoring.
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