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Porter - Spinner Place
We are seeking a Porter whose responsibilities include, but are not limited to, cleaning of the property's interior and exterior buildings and grounds by performing the following duties: vacuuming and/or shampooing carpet areas including resident rooms, hallways, and common areas; mopping and cleaning tile areas including resident rooms and common areas; emptying trash in their designated area; cleaning bathrooms including tub, shower, and toilet areas; working in common areas such as the lobby or offices as directed by the Maintenance Supervisor; meeting and maintaining BOSS standards; and being responsible for understanding and following the ACC key policy. The porter may also assist the maintenance team with work orders, moving furniture, and unloading and storing supplies; assist with pool maintenance; and be responsible for pressure washing. You may be required to participate in the on-call rotation including evening and weekends in this position.
The core of American Campus culture involves everyone being fully invested in everything that we do down to picking up the smallest piece of trash. No matter their position or duration at any given property, everyone picks up trash.
To be successful in this position, you should have:
Three to six months related experience and/or training; or equivalent.
The ability to frequently lift and/or move up to 50 lbs.
Knowledge of general maintenance, make-ready of unit duties (trash out, cleaning & painting), housekeeping and cleaning tasks.
The ability to understand and carry out written or verbal multi-step instructions
The ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals, including understanding and following MSDS rules for handling and use of any chemicals
The ability to drive a golf cart
The ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
Social Services Specialist I (Full Time)
POSITION SUMMARY: The Social Services Specialist I works with patients/residents and their family members/significant others within the facility through use of the psychosocial perspective identifying their strengths, social, emotional, and mental health needs along with providing, developing, and/or aiding in the access of services to meet those needs.
The Social Services Specialist I shall provide patients/residents with the highest practical level of physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being and quality of life. Services are provided in accordance with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics and compliance with federal, state, and local guidelines and regulations, Genesis policies & procedures, and standards of care for specialty practice (Reference: Social Services Job Description Addendum Specialty Practice)..
1.Assists with planning and implementing a comprehensive Social Services program.
2.Reviews facility policies and procedures as part of the facility's interdisciplinary team to assure compliance with federal and state regulations.
3.Participates in Quality Improvement process as requested by the Social Services Director.
4.Understands and meets all government requirements for Social Services documentation.
5.Assures timely entries in the patients'/residents' charts to include, but not limited to: a Social History Evaluation & Assessment, a care plan to address strengths, problems, needs, and interventions, substantiation of psychosocial interventions, progress toward, and/or completion of goals, and transfers.
6.Consults with Director of Social Services and other departments regarding interdisciplinary issues.
7.Serves as an active contributor in designated center meetings at request of Social Services Director (Utilization Management, Customer at Risk, Care Planning, etc.)
1.Works with the interdisciplinary team to promote and protect resident rights and the psychosocial well being of all patients/residents. Prevents and addresses resident abuse as mandated by law and professional licensure.
2.Works with patients/residents, families, and significant others to provide support and information for taking a more proactive role in self advocacy to improve the quality of life/care for individual patients/residents.
3.Responds to issues identified by patients/residents and families to determine satisfaction with services.
1.Completes a comprehensive Psychosocial Assessment for each patient/resident that identifies social, emotional, and psychological needs and strengths. Assesses each patient/resident for discharge.
2.Conducts patient, family, and staff interviews and ensures that relevant MDS sections (i.e. cognitive, mood, behavior, patient goal setting) and Care Area Assessments are completed in accordance with regulation.
3.Participates in the development of a written, interdisciplinary plan of care for each patient/resident that identifies the psychosocial needs/issues of the patient/resident, the goals to be accomplished for those needs/issues, and the appropriate Social Services interventions.
4.Provides therapeutic interventions to assist patients/residents in coping with their transition and adjustment to a long-term care facility including the social, emotional, and psychological needs.
5.Provides support and education to patient/resident and family members/significant others to assist in their understanding of placement and facility issues in addition to referring them to the appropriate Social Service agencies when the facility does not provide the needed services.
6.Facilitates patient/resident transfer throughout the center to ensure a seamless transition and patient/resident adjustment.
7.Provides clinical interventions, staff support and education to address catastrophic events that occur during the patient's/resident's stay in the facility.
8.Participates as part of the interdisciplinary care team in providing interventions to resolve behavior or mood problems.
9.Works in tandem with community based providers' i.e. behavioral health and hospice providers to assure continuity of care.
10. Participates with the health care decision making process within the center.
11. Arranges and conducts patient/resident family meetings as needed. May facilitate family council.
1.Identifies patient/resident discharge goals at admission and documents initial discharge plan.
2.Works with patient/resident, family members/significant others, and interdisciplinary care team through care planning and utilization management throughout the course of the stay to identify strengths and needs to ensure an appropriate discharge plan is formulated.
3.As part of interdisciplinary team, identifies discharge teaching needs.
4.Responsible for communicating to center team members the estimated discharge date and updating Point Click Care.
5.Makes referrals as needed for post discharge care to appropriate agencies and suppliers.
6.Establishes relationships and maintains contact and referral flow with community based agencies/services for discharge planning.
7.As part of the interdisciplinary care team, identifies discharge teaching needs.
8.Initiates and participates in completion of Discharge Transition Plan & Discharge Packet materials and orienting the patient/resident and family around the process.
9.May be involved in contacting patients/residents post discharge to ensure successful transition.
1.Educates staff regarding the role of the social services in the facility and the psychosocial needs of the patients/residents and their families/significant others including the problems of aging and disability as requested by Social Services Director.
2.Participates in new employee orientation and supports the Nurse Practice Educator in regards to staff education (i.e. resident rights, grief/depression, and others) as requested by Social Services Director.
3.Educates patients/residents and families/significant others regarding their rights and responsibilities, health care decision making/advance directives, effective problem solving and the extent of community, health and social services that is available to them, including those necessary for effective discharge planning.
SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL/VOCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 1. Bachelor's degree from accredited school of Social Work or related field required. 2.
Must possess any certifications/licensures as required by State of employment to practice in long term care. 3. 1-3 years of supervised social work experience in health care setting working directly with individuals preferred. 4. Additional certification such as Geriatric Case Management, Hospice & Palliative Care, Gerontology, Clinical Social Work, Health Care, Nephrology, Mental Health, and/or Substance Abuse preferred. 5. This position requires that the employee is able to read, write, speak and understand the spoken English language to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our patients and visitors at the work site when responding to their medical and physical needs. 6.
Must provide verification of TST (tuberculin skin test) as required by state law and in accordance with Company policy. TSTs will be administered at the work site if required.
Position Type: Full Time
Req ID: 300934
Center Name: Burlington Health and Rehabilitation Center
Electronics Retail Merchandiser - Part Time - Williston, VT
Attention technology fanatics!
Want to work with the newest consumer electronic gadgets on the market?
Then join our team of Part-Time Technology Merchandising professionals!
ActionLink is a retail management and services organization that provides merchandising execution in retail locations nationwide representing many leading consumer electronics brands. We are hired by product manufacturers, tech companies, and retail vendors with a mission to enhance our clients' brand presence and appeal. Our merchandising team takes ownership and professional pride in bringing interactive displays to life and making our clients' products shine.
We are looking for someone who is reliable, passionate about electronics, and would enjoy following instructions to complete hands-on assignments. So if you're a detail-oriented person who loves retail or keeping up with the latest electronics releases, this could be a great fit for you!
Independent work - you will be given responsibility to cover a dedicated, local territory of multiple retailers
Flexible scheduling - assignments can be completed anytime Monday through Thursday between stores' opening hours and 6 PM
Hands-on work with premium technologies, diverse product lines, and recent releases which can include: laptops/computers, tablets, mobile phones, gaming consoles, TV and home theater, cameras, audio equipment, appliances, and more!
Competitive hourly pay plus paid training and store-to-store drive-time pay and mileage reimbursement
Supportive field management team and phone-in tech support call center
W-2 employment with biweekly pay schedule
General Job Duties:
Follow instructions and use a variety of hand-held tools to build interactive displays
Reset sections, endcaps, and shelving according to planogram
Troubleshoot to ensure power displays are updated and fully functional
Set up or install electronics and connect devices to various media players
Pull damaged or broken products off sales floor and keep product area clean and organized
Complete routine maintenance tasks such as stocking, auditing, cleaning, and updating signage
Travel locally to complete store visits within assigned territory
Maintain occasional business communications with remote District Manager via phone and email
Complete online survey reports to document visits, including submitting digital photos
Available to work weekdays; weekly hours will fluctuate depending on time of year and business need.
1-2 years of retail experience preferred
Great attention to detail and interest in technology
Access to reliable vehicle transportation to cover stores locally within a 30 mile radius territory
Access to the internet, printer, and smart device for training and reporting
Access to a variety of hand-held and power tools
Able to stand for long periods, stoop & climb ladders, and lift up to 50 lbs.
At least 18 years of age and authorized to work in the U.S.
Must maintain professional appearance standards
Steps in our Process:
Quick Apply - upload your resume
On-Demand self-recorded digital interview
Brief phone screen(s)with Recruiterand Field Manager
A pre-employment drug screen is part of the process if offered the position
ActionLink is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Professional Services Executive (NE US)
Abbott is a global healthcare leader that helps people live more fully at all stages of life. Our portfolio of life-changing technologies spans the spectrum of healthcare, with leading businesses and products in diagnostics, medical devices, nutritionals and branded generic medicines. Our 103,000 colleagues serve people in more than 160 countries.
Remote but need to live in NY, NJ, MA, NH, VT, ME or surrounding areas
PRIMARY JOB FUNCTION:
The Professional Services Executive will sell consulting service and IT engagements that enable health care providers (from public hospitals to private integrated delivery systems) to drive cost efficiencies; operational productivity; and improve the quality of patient care delivery. He or she will work closely with a larger sales team consisting of enterprise account sales; dedicated sales ambassadors; and technical specialists.
CORE JOB RESPONSBILITIES:
Responsible for implementing and maintaining the effectiveness of the quality system.
1.Lead in the development and presentation of proposals to sell and deliver client engagements that design; and implement business and technology solutions for medium to large healthcare providers
2.Help implement and oversee the quality of deliverables and effectively manage the team and day-to-day relationships to ensure exceptional performance; acts as a trusted advisor to the customer
3.Be knowledgeable about industry trends; changing market regulations and healthcare policy within defined customer segment. Understand the impact on customers and their key care-abouts.
4.Identify and map the key stakeholders and decision-makers. Research target accounts to understand performance KPIs and customer strategies. Build and preserve customer relationships to drive driving new sales and protect base business.
5.Negotiate contracts resulting in long-term commitments
6.Integrate insights from ongoing business analysis and assessment into a multi-year plan and lead through persuasion and personal influence an internal 'selling' team to develop an actionable account strategy with short-term tactics to achieve desired results
7.Coordinates appropriate Abbott resources to execute the strategic account plan including assigning roles; expectations; responsibilities and timelines; engages members of the team through ongoing communication; tactical planning and execution
8.Acts as internal advocate for the customer; cultivates Abbott internal relationships and leverages to drive business objectives
This position reports to the Professional Services Sales Mgr / Director
Will manage 7 to 10 single tier accounts (80-150 hospital/Lab entities) consisting of multiple locations (up to 15) for a single large account or large complex accounts
Responsible for annual revenues target and per annum incremental sales target.
Responsible for the AlinIQ professional services product line
Bachelor's degree is required
Minimum of 4 years' experience selling services within a consultancy firm preferred
Professional services/consulting engagement sales within the Healthcare Environment is preferred
Bachelor's Degree is required
Some Diagnostics experience preferred
Strong understanding on how technology drives value in healthcare preferred (see below not only value but systems, need to know the basics)
JOB FAMILY:Sales Force
LOCATION:United States of America : Remote
TRAVEL:Yes, 75 % of the Time
SIGNIFICANT WORK ACTIVITIES:Continuous sitting for prolonged periods (more than 2 consecutive hours in an 8 hour day), Continuous standing for prolonged periods (more than 2 consecutive hours in an 8 hour day)
Abbott is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Women/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veterans.
EEO is the Law link
- English: http://webstorage.abbott.com/common/External/EEO_English.pdf
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Software Engineer Intern (Vermont)
At NextCapital, we build financial software that helps everyday investors build and manage a world-class financial portfolio. Our work directly benefits the millions of Americans who can’t afford traditional financial advice, by providing them a solution driven by software. Working with the world’s leading financial institutions, our software tackles the complex challenges of providing financial advice through an intuitive and engaging user experience.JOIN OUR TEAM
We're looking for talented and highly motivated software engineers to develop a cross-platform framework that will power the NextCapital digital advice platform for the world's leading financial institutions and everyday investors.
WHAT YOU’LL DO
- Build well-tested, efficient and reusable front-end and back-end code
- Learn from experienced developers through pair coding and hone your skills across a cutting-edge technology stack
- Make an impact by quickly getting up to speed and building features from start to finish
To learn more and see interviews with current employees check out our company page at www.themuse.com/companies/nextcapital
- Ruby on Rails
- Mobile experience is a plus
WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT
- Help bring affordable, easy to use financial tools to millions of people
- See your work move into production quickly, and avoid the bureaucracy that slows down larger companies- Enjoy a laid back work environment surrounded by top quality engineers
- Get in on the ground floor of a growth stage company where you can have a real impact on the company's future- Participate in company-sponsored cornhole & hackathons, book club, film club, game nights and other fun events
- Enjoy a newly built office space on the top floor of the Karma Bird House building, overlooking Lake Champlain, in Downtown Burlington
- Sip locally roasted coffee, iced tea, cold brew, or espresso at your modular sitting/standing desk
Smiles come easily to you. And as the first point of guest contact in the restaurant, you appreciate that your actions make a difference. From promptly seating that road-weary guest to elevating that special evening at the first welcome, you love making a difference!
As Host, you will
Provide arriving guests with a prompt, gracious greeting and seat them comfortably with menus.
Take reservations by phone and in person, providing helpful, accurate responses to inquiries.
Ensure that tables are clean and set before seating guests and seating charts for station rotations are maintained.
Tidy the service podium, keeping it organized, and maintain a supply inventory.
Clear, effective written and verbal English communication skills are required. One year cash handling experience and the ability to accurately handle cash, credit, or room charges according to Interstate policies, procedures and guidelines, also is preferred. This role requires continuous motion and the ability to lift up to 30 pounds, clearing tables, buffets, and pulling tables.
This position requires the completion of an online Guest Service assessment. Shortly after submitting your application you will receive an email with a link to the online assessment.
Your application will not be considered further until you have also finished and submitted the assessment. The assessment will take about 25 minutes and we recommend you dedicate time without distractions or interruptions to complete it. Please complete the assessment as quickly as your schedule allows. If you have already completed a Guest Service assessment within the last 90 days you will not be required to complete one again.
South Burlington Vermont
Interstate Hotels & Resorts is an EEO/AA/Minorities/Female/Disabled/Veterans Employer. Click here and here to navigate to the "EEO is the Law" poster and supplement.
If you need accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a medical condition or disability, please call (703) 387-3830 or email ADA.Assistance@interstatehotels.com with the nature of your accommodation request and include the Hotel location and title of the job opening. Please allow one (1) business day for a reply.
Phlebotomist I - P/T - South Burlington, VT Req21736
Phlebotomist I - P/T - South Burlington, VT req21736
Schedule: Monday through Friday 8 am - 12 pm
The Patient Services Representative I (PSR I) represents the face of our company to patients who come to Quest Diagnostics, both as part of their health routine or for insights into life-defining health decisions. The PSR I draws quality blood samples from patients and prepares those specimens for lab testing while following established practices and procedures.
The PSR I has direct contact with patients and creates an atmosphere of trust and confidence while explaining procedures to patients and drawing blood specimens in a skillful, safe and accurate manner. The PSR I will demonstrate Quest Leadership Behaviors while focusing on process excellence skills and sensitivity to confidentiality and accuracy to patient information. Successful applicants may be assigned to work in a doctor's office, a patient service center, in a house call environment, or as business needs dictate.
Job Accountabilities (Responsibilities)
1.Collect specimens according to established procedures.
This includes, but not limited to: drug screens, biometric screening and insurance exams.
2.Administer oral solutions according to established training.
3.Research test/client information and confirm and verify all written and electronic orders by utilizing lab technology systems or directory of services.
4.Responsible for completing all data entry requirements accurately including data entry of patient registration; entry of test order from requisition or pulling order from database; managing Standing Orders.
5.Enter billing information and collect payments when required, including the safeguarding of assets and credit card information.
6.Data entry and processing specimens including: labeling, centrifuging, splitting, and freezing specimens as required by test order.
7.Perform departmental-related clerical duties when assigned such as data entry, inventory, stock supplies, and answer phones when needed.
8.Read, understand and comply with departmental policies, protocols and procedures: (i.e. Procedure Manuals, Safety Manual, Compliance Manual, Automobile Policies and Procedures, Employee Handbook, Quality Assurance Manual); and ensure that all staff members follow instructions.
9.Perform verification of patient demographic info / initials including patient signature post-venipuncture to verify tubes were labeled in their presence and that the name on the label is correct.
10. Assist with compilation and submission of monthly statistics and data.
11. Maintain all appropriate phlebotomy logs in a timely manner and based on frequency, such as maintenance logs and temperature logs.
12. Complete training courses and keep up-to-date with the latest phlebotomy techniques.
13. Travel to Territory Manager meeting if held off-site or off normal shift.
14. Participate on special projects and teams.
15. Stay up-to-date on company communications.
1.Ability to provide quality, error free work in a fast-paced environment.
2.Ability to work independently with minimal on-site supervision.
3.Excellent phlebotomy skills to include pediatric and geriatric.
4.Flexible and available based on staffing needs, which includes weekends, holidays, on-call and overtime.
5.Committed to all Quest Diagnostics policies and procedures including company dress code, Employee Health & Safety, and Quest Diagnostics Everyday Excellence Guiding Principles.
6.Must have reliable transportation, valid driver license, and clean driving record, if applicable.
7.Must demonstrate superior customer focus; ability to communicate openly and transparently with peers, supervisors and patients; ability to accelerate and embrace change throughout Quest; and knowledge of our business.
1.Lift light to moderately heavy objects. The normal performance of duties may require lifting and
All requirements are subject to possible modifications to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Quest Diagnostics is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Women / Minorities / Veterans / Disabled / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity or Citizenship.
Job Posting: Laboratory Technician, full-time position, 40hrs/week
Pay range: Up to $23.00/hr, depending upon experience, skills, and knowledge.
Benefits include health, dental, vision insurance, 401(k) plan, thirteen days of PTO, six paid holidays per year
Location: Milton production facility
Posting Deadline: February 28, 2019
COMPASSION + VITALITY + DIRECTION
These are the values which define our mission at Champlain Valley Dispensary. We are seeking individuals with these core values to assist with the production side of Burlington's only medical cannabis dispensary.
All Champlain Valley Dispensary and Southern Vermont Wellness applicants, as regulated by the state of Vermont, must pass a criminal background check. For more information about the background check process please visit the Vermont Medical Marijuana Guidelines page.
Champlain Valley Dispensary, Inc. is seeking an experienced individual to assist in company's Laboratory daily operations.
Laboratory Technician conducts chemical and physical laboratory tests to assist in making qualitative and quantitative analyses of solids and liquids for research and development of new products of processes, quality control, maintenance of environmental standards and other work involving experimental, theoretical, or practical application of chemistry and related sciences.
The ideal candidate is someone who wants to contribute to the success of a company who is an industry leader and known for setting the bar high! We're looking for a motivated individual who will excel as a team member in a fast-paced, non-stop environment, and will help us grow our amazing company culture!
Summary of duties:
Coordinate testing with Department Managers and external customers; maintain test schedule to support timely submission of lab results.
Coordinate and manage all laboratory data and results into appropriate formats for customer review and internal analysis.
Create and maintain detailed quality assurance/control plans and procedures.
Formulate and invent analysis and sample prep extraction processes.
Prepare and process samples in support of the Company's product, pathogen, and cultivation test requirements.
Train and cross-train other laboratory staff members as requested.
Minimum required qualifications:
Associate's degree or vocational training, plus two years of related work experience.
Knowledge of the chemical composition, structure, and properties of substances and of the chemical processes and transformations that they undergo. This includes uses of chemicals and their interactions, danger signs, production techniques and disposal methods.
Strong math and calculations background with working understanding of applied statistics.
Knowledge of business and management principles involved in planning, resource allocation, leadership techniques, production methods and coordination of people and resources.
Ability to use scientific rules and methods to solve problems.
Critical thinking skills, strong verbal and written communications skills.
Must successfully pass a thorough background check prior to hire, and each successive year during employment.
Apply Today: Laboratory Technician
Please apply with the form below or send your resume and letter of interest to: email@example.com. CVD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Lead Software Engineer
At NextCapital, we build financial software that helps everyday investors build and manage a world-class financial portfolio. Our work directly benefits the millions of people who can’t afford traditional financial advice, by providing them a solution driven by software. Working with the world’s leading financial institutions, our software tackles the complex challenges of providing financial advice through an intuitive and engaging user experience.
JOIN OUR TEAM
We're looking for talented and highly motivated senior software engineers to join our team. As a growth stage technology company, NextCapital is seeking developers eager to be part of a team, working closely with every part of the company from graphic designers to the executive team. Learn more about us at www.themuse.com/companies/nextcapital
WHAT YOU’LL DO
- Write high quality, well-tested, and scalable code
- Evaluate the short- and long-term implications of every implementation decision
- Grow professionally and learn from other accomplished software engineers through pair coding while helping your peers to do the same
- Collaborate on critical system architecture decisions
- Review and provide feedback on other developers’ code and design
- Evaluate new technologies, prototype new approaches to problems and make the business case for change
WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR
- You love tackling really tough problems, and value doing things the right way
- You have a passion for software development and value learning
- You understand test-driven development and are a capable debugger
- You’re passionate about our mission to democratize financial advice
- You have 2+ years leading a group of software engineers in a professional setting
- You can maintain a constructive attitude and negotiate a path forward when there are conflicting ideas
- You have a BS or MS in Computer Science, related field (Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Math/Physics, Software Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering), or equivalent professional experience
WHAT YOU'LL USE
While most engineers lean toward frontend or backend development, we encourage full-stack learning which enables our engineering team to tackle a diverse set of challenges in an agile fashion. Here are the key technologies that we use every day:Languages
WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
- Disrupt the financial advice industry by bringing affordable, easy to use financial tools to millions of people
- See your work move into production quickly, and avoid the bureaucracy that slows down larger companies
- Receive great benefits like stock options, employer 401(k) match, and employer contributions to health, dental and vision coverage
- Enjoy a casual work environment surrounded by top quality engineers that enjoy working with each other
- Get in on the ground floor of a growth stage company where you can have a real impact on the company's future
- Enjoy a newly built office space on the top floor of the Karma Bird House building, overlooking Lake Champlain, in Downtown Burlington
Front Desk Agent
Benchmark's company culture is central to our management philosophy. The company's stated purpose is "to provide an entrepreneurial environment where determined people dare to create, share, and build futures.
To be the "benchmark" by which all others are judged takes passion, courage, and dedication. We invite you to explore our extraordinary offering of unique opportunities, all with a common goal of providing an unforgettable journey.
Job Description Summary:
The Front Desk Agent is to provide friendly, efficient registration, guest settlement, and information to all guests, fellow employees and visitors.
1.Check guest in, ensuring proper credit is received, special requests are noted and fulfilled
and accurate information is established.
2.Provide exceptional customer service with smile and empathy.
3.Thoroughly complete all guest transactions.
4.Promote and sell special hotel programs.
5.Interact with resort staff in a professional manner, assisting other departments with
6.Be knowledgeable of all emergency procedures and Resort policies.
7.Maintain house bank.
8.Communicate all pertinent information to the Front Office Managers and Supervisors.
9.Follow set procedures on posting, charges, cashing checks, safe deposits, and refunds.
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