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ACE Conservation Corps- Americorps Member, Mountain West Start: February 3, 2019
Summary: American Conservation Experience, a nationwide Non-Profit Conservation Corps based in Hurricane, Utah, in partnership with AmeriCorps is seeking corps members dedicated to serving 12 or 24 weeks on conservation projects, including habitat restoration and trail construction and maintenance. This opportunity is intended for enthusiastic young professionals with a deep interest in advancing their environmental career.
February 3, 2018
Estimated End Dates:
April 27, 2019 (for 12 weeks)
July 20, 2019 (for 24 weeks)
Location: Hurricane, Utah
Projects take place throughout the southwest. Crews frequently work in Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Canyonlands National Park and National Forests including Fishlake and Manti La Sal.
Schedule: Project schedules vary greatly, but typically corps members work 8 days on/ 6 days off. For remote projects, corps members spend off-days nearer to their project location, away from St. George. Remote projects typically last about three weeks, with a 4 days on/3 days off schedule.
Benefits: Members will receive a Living Allowance Stipend of $110/week, paid bi-weekly.
Corps Members obtain an Education Award for the amount of $1,566.14 (for 12 weeks) or $2,960.00 (for 24 weeks) upon successful completion of service.
ACE provides corps members with food during all project days; corps members are responsible for providing their own food on off-days.
ACE provides corps members housing during their term of service. When working in or near Utah, corps members spend off days in our hostel-style housing in Hurricane, Utah. When working remotely, corps members will be provided housing in those remote locations. The member will provide his or her own blankets/pillow/sleeping bag/towels.
Gear: ACE provides each member their own tent. The member will provide his or her own sleeping bag, sleeping pad, rain gear, and hiking boots. Upon acceptance to the program, corps members will receive a more extensive packing list. Weather during this time of year can be highly variable so plan on bringing layers of warm clothing and adequate rain gear.
Travel: ACE provides transportation to and from worksites; personal vehicles are not necessary throughout the member's term of service. ACE does not provide relocation assistance.
Corps members serve in professionally supervised teams as they explore future outdoor careers, learn practical field skills, and develop confidence as emerging leaders in the field of conservation. Members are afforded opportunities to learn and train under the guidance of professional mentors within ACE, while gaining invaluable career perspectives working alongside staff from the National Park Service, US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and many other stewards of our nation's public lands.
Field work and other duties might include but are not limited to:
Trail construction and maintenance
Dry and wet stone masonry
Invasive species removal
Corps members get experience working with or in conjunction with the following tools and equipment, depending on their level of training:
Trail Maintenance: Pick mattocks, Pulaskis, shovels, single/double jacks, McLeods, single bit axes, rock bars, chisels, crosscut saws, and griphoists
Restoration Equipment: Herbicide backpack sprayers, spray bottles, GPS units, and measuring tools
Power Tools and Gas Powered Equipment: Chainsaws, brush-cutters, drills, saws, and compressors
Applicants must be capable of performing physically demanding labor on environmental and conservation projects for 10 hours a day. Applicants should expect to hike extended distances on rough terrain carrying 40 lbs, and be prepared to spend 8 consecutive days in the field, on one project. Corps members will work in a variety of weather conditions such as temperatures ranging from below freezing to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, high winds, intense sunshine, rain, and snow.
U.S. Citizen or permanent resident
Must be between the ages of 18 and 35
Able and willing to work in a group
Able and willing to work outdoors in varying weather conditions and capable of hiking moderate distances in somewhat rough terrain during inclement weather conditions
Ability and willingness to undergo a Federal criminal background check
Experience in hiking and navigation in steep terrain
Strong desire to enter the conservation field as a natural resource professional
Experience or interest in volunteering in local communities
The member must be willing to represent ACE and AmeriCorps in a professional, positive, and enthusiastic manner. ACE has a zero tolerance policy for illegal drugs (including recreational pot-smoking) and underage drinking. ACE reserves the right to require drug testing.
To Apply: Please submit a thoughtful resume and cover letter along with 3 professional references using the APPLY NOW section located on the upper right hand corner of the position listing on our website here: https://usaconservationepic.applicantpool.com/jobs/
NOTE: Early consideration will be given as applications are received. This position may close at any time. If you have any questions regarding this position, please feel free to contact the Mountain West Americorps Branch Manager and Recruitment Specialist, Michael Pietak at 928-856-9422 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Certified Senior Pharmacy Technician
In accordance with state and federal regulations, assists the pharmacist, under direct supervision, in the practice of pharmacy. Assists the pharmacist in the performance of other Pharmacy Department duties in accordance with Company policies and procedures.
Responsible for operating pharmacy systems to obtain patient and drug information and process prescriptions. Assists with and coaches pharmacy technicians in the operation of pharmacy systems and cashiers in the operation of the pharmacy cash registers.
Models and delivers a distinctive and delightful customer experience.
Engages customers and patients by greeting them and offering assistance with products and services. Resolves customer issues and answers questions to ensure a positive customer experience.
Models and shares customer service best practices with all team members to deliver a distinctive and delightful customer experience, including interpersonal habits (e.g., greeting, eye contact, courtesy, etc.) and Walgreens service traits (e.g., offering help proactively, identifying needs, servicing until satisfied, etc.).
Develops strong relationships with most valuable customers.
Under the supervision by the pharmacist, assist in the practice of pharmacy, in accordance with state, federal, and company policy. Reviews and complies with the Walgreen Co. Pharmacy Code of Conduct.
Performs duties as assigned by Pharmacy Manager, Staff Pharmacist and Store Manager including utilizing pharmacy systems to enter patient and drug information, ensuring information is entered correctly, filling prescriptions by retrieving, counting and pouring pharmaceutical drugs, verifying medicine is correct, and checking for possible interactions. Assists pharmacists in scheduling and maintaining work flow.
Reports, immediately, prescription errors to pharmacist on duty and adheres to Company policies and procedures in relation to pharmacy errors and the Quality Improvement Program.
Strictly adheres to the Walgreen Co. policy regarding Good Faith Dispensing during all applicable prescription dispensing activities.
Responsible and accountable for registering all related sales on assigned cash register, collects and handles cash as required. Takes customer to OTC aisle when possible to assist in locating products.
Handles telephone calls that do not require personal attention of the pharmacist, including those to physicians.
Processes (corrects and resubmits) manual claims for third party program prescription services in a timely and efficient manner, and performs other clerical duties, as assigned by the Pharmacy Manager.
Leads Pharmacy Department inventory management activities, such as, ordering, unpacking, checking and storing shipment of pharmaceuticals. Maintains knowledge of Company asset protection techniques, and files claims for warehouse overages (merchandise received, but not billed), shortages (merchandise billed, but not received), order errors or damaged goods involving Rx drugs.
Assists and supports Pharmacy Manager and Staff Pharmacist in analyzing and seeking to improve pharmacy financial, customer service and inventory performance data; reviewing Rx KPIs with Store Manager and Healthcare Supervisor.
May assist pharmacist in administering clinical services including the collection and proper labeling of blood/urine samples from patients and other clinical services as required; assists pharmacy staff in coordination of clinical services, Walgreens healthcare clinics and external providers.
Assists Pharmacy Manager and Staff Pharmacist in developing and maintaining good relationships with the local medical community, including physicians, nurses, and other health care providers, by medical provider detailing and outreach to health groups, retirement homes, nursing homes, and other forums for enhancing growth opportunities.
Assists with exterior and interior maintenance by ensuring the Pharmacy Department is stocked with adequate supplies, clean, neat and orderly in condition and appearance
Coaches pharmacy technicians and cashiers in the correct use of processes and tools in order to drive efficiency within the pharmacy.
Complies with all company policies and procedures; maintains respectful relationships with coworkers.
Completes special assignments and other tasks as assigned.
Training & Personal Development
Maintains PTCB certification through the designated PTCB training program and/or state required certification/registration.
Attends training and completes PPLs requested by Manager and acquires continuing education credits. Maintains knowledge and skill in healthcare and pharmacy, including latest news and developments.
PTCB certification (except in Puerto Rico).
One year of work experience as a pharmacy technician in a retail or hospital setting.
Must be fluent in reading, writing, and speaking English. (Except in Puerto Rico).
Requires willingness to work flexible schedule, including evening and weekend hours.
Prefer to have prior work experience with Walgreens.
Prefer basic math skills (counting, measuring and weighing medications).
Prefer basic level PC skills (for example: start up and shut down computer, use mouse to point and click, start and close programs, switch between programs, save files, print documents and/or access information on-line).
Prefer the knowledge of store inventory control.
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Reserve RN (Prn)
JOB OPENING FOR A
Washington County Correctional Facility
PRN $32.14 Hour / No Benefits / Hours: Various/on-call to include holidays, nights and weekends.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) is responsible to provide quality health care to incarcerated individuals for ALL of their serious medical needs.
The nursing staff is expected to have a broad range of medical knowledge and provide a full range of nursing services for housed inmates. These services include, but are not limited to the following: daily sick call clinics, medical screenings and evaluations for all new inmates, first aid response and care, ordering and receiving medications as directed by the Medical Director, daily medication passes, gathering previous medical records and relevant history, providing treatment for patients withdrawing from drugs or alcohol, care for diabetic patients, and care for psychiatric patients.
Must be a graduate from an accredited school of nursing, and licensed as a Registered Nurse in the State of Utah.
No experience necessary.
Must be able to pass an extensive background investigation.
Application and complete job description can be found on our website: http://www.washco.utah.gov/hr/jobs.php
Only applications submitted on line will be accepted.
Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply.
Washington County is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Closing Date: December 30, 2018
BAILIFF RESERVE JOB OPENING
Washington County Sheriff's Office
Please read the following requirements through their entirety!
Performs a variety of entry level certified or non-certified duties related to the security, safety, order, operation and maintenance of county justice and district court facilities.
Be of a suitable physical and mental condition provide a high level of security for the court;
Be capable of responding appropriately to any potential or actual breach of security;
Enforce the rules and policies of the courthouse;
Present a professional image of the Washington County Sheriff's Office and the Utah State Courts;
Be alert and vigilant in observations around assigned post to identify suspicious persons or activities in or around the court facility;
Maintain STRICT confidentiality of any information learned as a result of courts duties.
Reserve status employment. Rate of pay is $18.00
Hours: Monday-Friday work days with no holidays. No guaranteed hours.
Must be at least 21 years of age.
Must be either Utah LEO or BCO certified.
Must be able to pass an extensive background investigation.
Education and Experience:
Graduate from high school, or GED; and authorized for work in the United States;
- Two (2) years of progressively responsible experience providing clerical support within law enforcement offices
An equivalent combination of education and experience.
Application and complete job description can be found on our website: https://www.washco.utah.gov/forms/human-resources/jobs/
Only applications submitted online will be accepted.
Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply.
Washington County is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Closing Date: 12/30/2018
Clinical Social Worker
JOB OPENING FOR A
Clinical Social Worker
Washington County Attorney's Office
Full Time With Benefits /$27.08 per hour
Under the general direction of the County Attorney's Office, conducts evidence based mental health and substance use evaluations to adults that participate in the Washington County Court Support Service Program at the primary facility or elsewhere as needed. Prepares individual assessment report, and a case action plan including an accredited treatment/supervision recommendation. Testifies in court as required. (This is a grant funded position and the position may be eliminated if funding is discontinued.)
Graduation from college with a Masters degree in social work, science, criminal justice or a related field preferred.
Five (5) years of work related work experience preferred.
Working knowledge of: Evidence based assessment, behavioral health practice methods and techniques; Criminogenic risk factors and treatment modes; principles and practices of social assessment; assessment of trauma, language and cognitive ability; criminal justice system; laws, ordinances, and policies relevant to work performed.
A complete job description can be found on our website:
Only Applications submitted online by
December 9, 2018 will be accepted.
Washington County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Women & Minorities are encouraged to apply.
IT Network Assistant
Reports To: Director
Knowledge of Cisco & Netgear Switching and Routing including VLAN, VTP, and STP
Knowledge and Experience in Mac OS X, Server OS X, and Apple/Mac Hardware Architecture.
Knowledge DNS, LDAP, DHCP and Open Directory (OSX)
Knowledge and experience with Google Apps Server
Knowledge HiKvision and 3XLogic Camera System
Experience with UniFi Wireless Controllers and Access Points
Ability to work and participate in a team environment
Outstanding work, task and time management aptitudes
Excellent information gathering, research, and reporting skills
Exceptional interpersonal communication skills
Qualifications, Education Required, and Experience:
Associates Degree or equivalent experience.
Apple Certification or equivalent experience.
Must be at least 19 years of age.
Must be able to pass an annual background check.
Youth Mentor - Part Time
Looking for a company where you can make a difference?
Youth Mentor, Sunrise Academy
Sunrise Academy is located in the southwestern part of Utah near the Arizona border. This program is situated near the Saint George area which is part of the Mojave Desert, Colorado Plateau and Great Basin. The warm climate in the area offers a chance for quick access to local, state, and national parks. Since Sunrise Academy is located in-town it provides an environment of security and community involvement for our girls to have access to local Universities, jobs, service and other community opportunities.
Our treatment program is customized to meet the needs of girls ages 13 to 17. Our team works to uncover the academic, social, and emotional potential of girls who have been held back by emotional and behavioral struggles. Sunrise incorporates a Relational DBT into every aspect of the program and ensures that therapists and staff are trained to help girls practice these skills on a continual basis.
Sunrise Academy combines the warmth of a home, the safety and clinical expertise of a residential treatment program, and the community access of a transition program. This program is part of a family of programs that are in partnership with Innerchange, a nationally recognized clinical leader in trust-based residential therapy that is committed to the highest standards in clinical outcomes. Innerchange has a portfolio of services to heal more families across the country with locations in Utah, California, Montana, Texas, North Carolina, others
As an Adolescent and Family Therapist, you will be united with an experienced Executive Director, Clinical Director, Administrative Team, and Residential Staff focused on the mission to facilitate lasting positive change for young people and their families.
What does Sunrise Academy offer you? (www.innerchange.com)
As a Youth Mentor at Sunrise, you will enjoy the following benefits and responsibilities.
Fast-paced, challenging, fun, rewarding, and team oriented environment
Opportunity to foster relationships with adolescents and their families
Opportunities for growth and advancement
Competitive hourly wage $12.00 hr.
Opportunity to foster relationships with adolescents and their families.
Join a nationally recognized industry leader that provides a framework of training, support, and advancement opportunities.
Flexible part-time work schedule as follows: Mon, Wed, Fri: 7am-3pm or Mon, Wed, Fri: 3pm-11pm or Tues, Thurs, Sat: 7am-3pm or Tues, Thurs, Sat: 3pm-11pm
On call positions also available. You will be schedule one 16 hour Sunday shift a month.
What do you bring to this position?
Desire to be a part of something bigger than yourself. Desire to see others make change for the better.
Ability to challenge teens in a way that makes them feel loved and cared about.
Experience working with adolescents, child care, scouting, camps is preferred
Valid Driver's License and at least 21 years or older
Ability to pass a state background check and drug test
Interest in behavioral sciences
Sunrise Academy is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
Part Time - Night Watch Mentor - Females Only
General Summary: Monitors and cares for the physical and emotional needs of Sunrise's students during traditional sleeping hours. (11pm-7am). The typical shift is either from 11pm- 3am or 3am-7am.
Pay starts at $10.00 per hour
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Completes bed checks every fifteen minutes.
Ensures that each student is safe and is in her assigned bed.
Assists students who are ill or who are otherwise having difficulty.
Remains alert and awake at all times.
Completes household chores as assigned.
Punctuality and dependability are essential.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of student rules, and level requirements.
Knowledge of Sunrise's policies, found in the training manual.
Knowledge of proper charting procedure.
Skill in problem solving.
Skill in de-escalating agitated students.
Ability to perform CPR and First-Aid.
Ability to safely hold or restrain an upset or combative student.
Ability to operate the security system for the house.
Education and Experience:
The position requires a valid driver's license. Staff must be 21 or older to transport students in company vehicles. Solid reference information from at least two previous employers is a must. Experience working with at risk youth and/or post high school training in the field of mental health is preferred but not required.
Sunrise is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Assistant Mgr Trainee
Drives sales in assigned area
Drives the financial performance of assigned area
Ensures compliance with Company policies and procedures
Models, enforces, and provides direction and guidance to hourly Associates on proper Customer service approaches and techniques to ensure Customer needs, complaints, and issues are successfully resolved within Company guidelines and standards.
Participates in community outreach programs, and encourages and supports hourly Associates in serving as good members of the community.
Provides supervision and development opportunities for hourly Associates in assigned area
Upholds the Company's Open Door Policy
2 or more years of college; OR 1 year retail experience and 1 year supervisory experience; OR 2 years general work experience and 1 year supervisory experience
For facilities that sell firearms, I acknowledge that the position for which I am applying will require successful completion of a firearms- specific Criminal Background Check (CBC) and Firearms Authorized Training.
For facilities that sell only ammunition and have state specific requirements, I acknowledge that the position for which I am applying may require a current state issued Certificate of Eligibility.
Will successfully complete all job required trainings and assessments.
- 2 or more years general work experience supervising 5 or more direct reports to include the responsibility of performance management, mentoring, hiring, and firing
At Walmart, we help people save money so they can live better. This mission serves as the foundation for every decision we make, from responsible sourcing to sustainability—and everything in between. As a Walmart associate, you will play an integral role in shaping the future of retail, tech, merchandising, finance and hundreds of other industries—all while affecting the lives of millions of customers all over the world. Here, your work makes an impact every day. What are you waiting for?
All the benefits you need for you and your family
Multiple health plan options
Vision & dental plans for you & dependents
Associate discounts in-store and online
Financial benefits including 401(k), stock purchase plans and more
Education assistance for Associate and dependents
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Must have access to a computer, internet access, printing capabilities, and e-mail.
Access to webcam preferred.
Customer service or sales experience preferred.
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