International Employment

One of the best online resources available to students considering international employment, GoinGlobal provides its users with in-depth information on how to land a career abroad. Students may utilize GoinGlobal to gain access to:

  • Country Career Guides: each guide has been developed by a local career specialist, is packed full of information and is updated annually to ensure current information on employment trends.
  • USA City Career Guides: Considering moving to another city in the U.S. after graduation? These city guides feature resources such as detailed contact information of major employers in each city, as well as information such as cost of living data and employment opportunities.

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Current Opportunities for International Students

Insurance Agent With Mentorship

Insurance Agent With Mentorship

Full job description We are looking for a competitive insurance agent to generate new business by contacting potential customers. You will sell, solicit, differentiate, and negotiate insurance plans that match the needs of your assigned or prospective customers’ portfolio. The goal is to build strong positive relationships, ensure growth attainment, and increase our firm’s reputation. I have spent the last 20 years developing a process that I want to pass on to the future agents of tomorrow.  ResponsibilitiesDevelop marketing strategies and promote all types of new insurance contracts or suggest additions/changes to existing onesBreed productive relationships to create a pool of prospective clients from various sources by networking, cold calling, using referrals etcEvaluate business or individual customers’ needs and financial status and propose protection plans that meet their criteriaWork with clients to deliver risk management strategies that fit their risk profilesReport the progress of monthly/quarterly initiatives to ownershipMaintain bookkeeping systems, database, and recordsMonitor insurance claims to ensure mutual satisfactionAchieve customer acquisition and revenue growth objectivesConstantly update job knowledge and learn about new products and servicesFulfill all policy requirementsPassing P&C and Life insurance licensing exams within 60 days of hireSkillsBasic computer knowledgeMust be self-motivated and very drivenProven ability to work with goalsDemonstrated ability to communicate, present, influence and sell effectivelyExperience in delivering client-focused solutions and in creating long-lasting relationshipsOutgoingNot afraid to FAIL Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Commission Benefits:Build your book and become your own bossFlexible scheduleWork from home or in the officeSupplemental pay types:Commission payWeekly day range:Monday to FridayWeekends as neededWork setting:In-personIn the fieldOffice

Park Guide

Park Guide

SAPU Is Hiring! Apply NOW! Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument (SAPU) is hiring one (1) Park Guide to join the park’s Interpretation & Visitor Services Division! We are an innovative and fast-paced park looking for future leaders to join our team to help us build and leverage community partnerships, develop strategies to increase interpretive programs, and work alongside our diverse and dynamic team! Are you interested in working for the National Park Service? Apply NOW: https://ow.ly/mNou50Skus5. 

IP Case Clerk

IP Case Clerk

At Haynes and Boone, our people are the driving force behind our success. Because we value the role every individual plays in how we deliver exceptional legal services, we hire people who will contribute to our professional reputation, enhance client relationships and share in our success.Haynes and Boone’s Orange County office serves the needs of California’s premier technology industries and capitalizes on the West Coast’s global access. We have vibrant practices in intellectual property (IP), in-bound Asian work, venture-funded corporate matters, and big-ticket litigation such as patent, securities, insurance coverage, and class action labor and employment matters. Our thriving economic community is home to an array of businesses, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to emerging technology ventures. Our expanded presence here heightens Haynes and Boone’s coast-to-coast capabilities while giving clients the benefits of our growing geographic base. Most of our California-based lawyers have earned engineering or technical degrees in addition to law degrees, enhancing their understanding of the intricacies of IP. Our team members have been recognized in publications such as The Best Lawyers in America directory (Woodward/White, Inc.), Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) Patent 1000 (Globe White Page Ltd), and Managing IP Magazine (Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC). We are committed to having a diverse workforce that reflects our communities, and we seek highly motivated lawyers and staff who value our culture of respect and teamwork.Salary Range:The expected salary range for this position is $45,000.00-$55,000.00. Please note that the final offer amount may vary based on experience and skillset of the selected candidate.This non-exempt employee will assist attorneys, patent agents, paralegals, and secretaries in the Intellectual Property - Patent and Trademark Group with preparation and control of materials to be used to further client’s goal. Essential DutiesAssist attorneys and paralegals with transaction filings such as with the USPTO;Assist paralegals and secretaries with post-filing matters;Assist attorneys and paralegals with file building and indexing, and document distributions including uploading to client file servers;Index and file organization;Assist with patent filing and docketing.Perform numerous tasks including but not limited to: preparing IDS's, proofing patents, preparing Issued Patent Letters, working with Visio on patent drawings, etc.Accounting – Interface with Accounting Department to ensure proformas are consistent with alternative fee arrangements.Other DutiesAssist attorneys, patent agents, paralegals, and secretaries on specific projects;Perform other related duties as needed or assigned.Reporting RelationshipThe Case Clerk will report to the Office Administrator or Human Resources contact.Subordinate staff:  N/AQualificationsKnowledge/ExperienceIt is preferred that the Case Clerk is familiar with law firm procedures and administrative processes, file organization methods, firm software, and legal procedures as well as command of legal vocabulary. Some law firm experience beneficial.SkillsThe Case Clerk should possess both above-average organizational skills and attention to detail.  This employee should be able to complete projects with minimal supervision upon receiving explicit instructions.  Work should be accomplished in the most time and cost-effective manner. This position also requires strong computer skills and an aptitude for acquiring advanced computer skills.EducationCollege degree preferred.  Equivalent law firm experience may be substituted for degree.Physical DemandsMust be able to move around the office up to 15% of the time to make copies, fax, file, etc. Remains stationary at least 85% of the time. This position operates computers and other office productivity machines (e.g., fax machine, copier, printer, etc.) on a regular basis. Occasionally required to move documents or files weighing up to 15 lbs. This position requires constant communication and exchange of information with the Firm attorneys, clients and staff. This position must be able to inspect and observe information on a computer screen at least 80% of the time.Working ConditionsOffice Environment with occasional overtime expected. 

Biological Science Technician - Wildlife (Iowa)

Biological Science Technician - Wildlife (Iowa)

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT OPEN DATE: June 14, 2024 CLOSING DATE: June 28, 2024 POSITION TITLE: Biological Science Technician-Wildlife TYPE OF POSITION: Term Appointment with possibility for Benefits, Excepted Service Not to Exceed 13 months (may be extended up to 4 years) WORK SCHEDULE: Full Time, variable (maxiflex) ANNOUNCEMENT #: MOIAWS20240614 SERIES/GRADE: GS-404-4/5/6 FULL PERFORMANCE LEVEL: GS-404-6 LOCATION: Plymouth, Cherokee, Woodbury, Ida, or Buena Vista Counties, Iowa Location of duty station will be in one of the counties listed above, with the exact location determined after selection. This is not a home duty station* (Relocation expenses will not be paid) SALARY: $36,209 - $57,354 per year ** *This is a 100% mobile position that is characterized by routine and regular travel to customer or other worksites as opposed to a single authorized alternative worksite. Examples of mobile work include site audits, site inspections, investigations, property management and work performed while commuting, travelling between worksites or on a Temporary Duty (TDY). The selectee is not required to regularly work from a government facility however, the option may be available. **GS Locality Pay Tables can be accessed at: https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/pay-leave/salaries-wages/2024/general-schedule WHO MAY APPLY: • Must be a U.S. Citizen • Must be 18 years old • If you are a male born after December 31, 1959 and are at least 18 years of age, civil service employment law (5 U.S.C. 3328) requires that you must be registered with the Selective Service System, unless you meet certain exemptions (proof of registration and/or exemption required). Website: http://www.sss.gov. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume that includes: 1) Personal information such as name, address, contact information 2) Education 3) Detailed work experience related to this position as described in the announcement including  Work schedule including hours per week  Dates of employment;  Title, series, grade (if applicable) 4) All supervisors' phone numbers and if they may be contacted 5) Other qualifications, such as transcripts (if qualifying on education) • Transcripts (if qualifying on education, education must have been obtained from an accredited institution. Education completed in a foreign institution must include an evaluation by an organization that specializes in interpretation of foreign education programs that it was deemed equivalent to an accredited U.S. education program, see: Foreign Education Evaluation. All transcripts must be in English or include an English translation.) • DD-214 (Member 4 copy) • VA letter required if claiming disabled Veteran’s Preference • Current active duty members must submit a certification that they are expected to be discharged or released from active duty under honorable conditions not later than 120 days after the date the certification is submitted. HOW TO APPLY: Additional materials not listed above (i.e. position descriptions, training certificates, etc.) may not be considered. Applicants who do not submit the required items listed above may not be considered. Applications with all supporting documents must be submitted to the contact office and must be RECEIVED by the CLOSING DATE of this announcement. Interested individuals should send a resume, transcripts, veteran documentation (if applicable) to the address listed here: CONTACT OFFICE: Spencer Nelsen, District Supervisor USDA APHIS WS 11213 Aurora Ave Urbandale, IA 50322 [email protected] 515-414-3292 DUTIES: Responsible for organizing and conducting direct control operations to reduce wildlife damage within a geographical area or technical/subject area of program involvement. Inspects and surveys areas and, as necessary, will revise existing WDM programs in close consultation with higher-level management. Uses WDM tools/devices which may include some or all of the following depending on need in assigned area: firearms; foothold, body-grip, cage traps; foot snares; neck snares; chemical 2 control methods; pyrotechnics; noise cannons/exploders; drop nets; rocket/cannon nets; various other scaring devices. Assists Wildlife Biologists by correctly identifying current, and forecasting future damage, problems and relating them to the damage-causing species. Modifies or adapts established damage control techniques as necessary to meet local conditions and address specific environmental, economic or political considerations. Provides extensive and appropriate technical assistance recommendations on a variety of wildlife and WDM issues. Appropriate recommendations require an expansive knowledge of Federal, State and local wildlife and WDM specific regulations and policies. Maintains inventories and compiles reports of government-provided equipment and supplies including locations, acquisitions, returns, losses, and reason therefore. Enters data into established WDM database/system of record. Uses data to prepare and submit routine reports regarding daily, weekly or monthly activities, observations, and events. Assists in conducting demonstrations and training for others, including other cooperators or other interested groups, on WDM methods, procedures, and program objectives. This includes preliminary instruction and training of new personnel on WS equipment, devices, chemicals, firearms, etc., reporting procedures, field responsibilities and other technical aspects of the program. Carries out duties in accordance with program decisions made in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and Endangered Species Act (ESA) under guidance and oversight by supervisor. Complies with restrictions and mitigation measures established through consultation with relevant Federal and State agencies. Conducts all operations using approved safety procedures and in accordance with local, State and Federal laws and regulations, and USDA, APHIS, and WS policies. Supports the WS safety program and procedures through participation in meetings, inspections, and implementation of safety requirements and protocols. Obtains and maintains pesticide applicator licenses, permits, or other similar authorizations as necessary. MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To qualify, applicants MUST meet all minimum qualification requirements, except Medical Requirements, by the closing date of the announcement. QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: For the GS-4 Grade Level: Applicants must have 6 months of general experience and 6 months of specialized experience (equivalent to the GS-03 level) that may have been obtained in the private or public (local, county, state, Federal) sectors which demonstrates: • Identifying North American wildlife species. • Experience in the principles of wildlife ecology and management in support of a wildlife management program. • Experience in preparing baits and setting traps in accordance with standard procedures. • Experience keeping routine and basic records of daily activities and observations. Education Substitution at the GS-4 Grade Level: Successful completion of 2 years of study that included at least 12 semester hours in any combination of courses such as biology, chemistry, statistics, entomology, animal husbandry, botany, physics, agriculture, or mathematics. At least 6 semester hours of courses must be in wildlife. OR Combination of Education and Experience at the GS-4 Grade Level: Applicants may have combinations of successfully completed education and specialized experience to meet total qualification requirements. The total percentages must equal at least 100 percent to qualify for that grade level. For the GS-5 Grade Level: Applicants must have one year of specialized experience (equivalent to the GS-4 level) that may have been obtained in the private or public (local, county, state, federal) sectors which demonstrate experience in: • Experience in wildlife damage mitigation methods and techniques. • Experience using lethal and non-lethal animal control techniques. • Conducting basic computer operations for record keeping, data analysis, report writing and correspondence. OR Successful completion of a full 4-year course of study leading to a bachelor’s degree with major study, or at least 24 semester hours, in any combination of scientific or technical courses such as biology, chemistry, entomology, animal husbandry, botany, physics, agriculture, or mathematics, with at least 6 semester hours in wildlife. OR Combination of Education and Experience at the GS-5 Grade Level: Applicants may have combinations of successfully completed education and specialized experience to meet total qualification requirements. The total percentages must equal at least 100 percent to qualify for that grade level. For the GS-6 Grade Level: Applicants must have one year of specialized experience (equivalent to the GS-5 level) that may have been obtained in the private or public (local, county, state, federal) sectors which demonstrates experience in: • Dealing with human-wildlife conflicts and principles of wildlife damage management. • The requirements of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA), Endangered Species Act, and National Environment Policy Act. • Conducting wildlife damage assessments, counts and abundance surveys. • The use of firearms, traps, snares, pesticides, immobilizing drugs, pyrotechnics, electronic harassment devices, and other non-lethal control tools. • Creating/maintaining public contacts to formulate assistance strategies that incorporate technical assistance and operational control techniques. OR Successfully completed 1 year of graduate education (18 semester hours) in wildlife. OR Combination of Education and Experience at the GS-6 Grade Level: Applicants may have combinations of successfully completed education and specialized experience to meet total qualification requirements. The total percentages must equal at least 100 percent to qualify for that grade level.  HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED Applicants who meet basic minimum qualifications may be referred to the hiring manager for selection. Qualified candidates eligible for veterans’ preference will receive referral and selection priority over non-veterans. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: • Must obtain or have a valid state driver’s license. Operation of Government-owned or leased vehicles is required. • Subject to satisfactory adjudication of background investigation and/or fingerprint check. • Direct Deposit: Per Public Law 104-134 all Federal employees are required to havefederal payments made by direct deposit to their financial institution. • Successfully pass the E-Verify employment verification check. To learn more about E- Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, visit https://www.e-verify.gov/. • Must demonstrate a respect for safety in all operations, including the operation of motor vehicles, firearms, control devices, and equipment. • To perform the essential duties of this position, you must have the legal and physical ability to possess and discharge firearms. You must be able to pass a government background check and meet any additional requirements to carry and use firearms. A background check will include answering questions about where you’ve lived, worked, went to school, and any military history or police records. Selection and retention in this position is contingent on a successfully adjudicated FBI National Criminal History Check (fingerprint check). • Occasional travel may be required.  Emergency Response – APHIS is an emergency response agency. This means that all Agency employees may be asked or assigned to participate in rotating temporary duty assignments to support emergency programs at some time during their careers with APHIS. It is difficult to predict the frequency with which such emergency situations may occur – and could range from several emergencies in a year to none over the course of many years. In the event that you are called upon to support an emergency program, this may require irregular working hours, including overtime, and may include duties other than those specified in your official position description. While some emergency program support assignments may be able to be performed at the employee’s current duty station, in other cases employees may be asked to go on-site to a temporary duty state location. In addition, it may be necessary for employees to participate in multiple rotations to an emergency program assignment. Attempts will be made to keep disruption to the employee to a minimum. See this link: https://www.usajobs.gov//Help/working-in-government/fair-andtransparent/signature-false-statements/  NOTE: APPLICANTS FOR THIS POSITION WILL BE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT TO URINALYSIS TO SCREEN FOR ILLEGAL DRUG USE PRIOR TO APPOINTMENT. APPOINTMENT TO THE POSITION WILL BE CONTINGENT UPON A NEGATIVE DRUG TEST RESULT. INCUMBENTS OF THIS POSITION WILL BE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT TO URINALYSIS TO SCREEN FOR ILLEGAL DRUG USE ON AN ONGOING BASIS AFTER APPOINTMENT, AS DIRECTED.  Carrying a firearm is a condition of employment – In the passing of the Lautenberg Amendment, Congress passed legislation which prohibits anyone who has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence from possessing a firearm or ammunition. If selected you will be required to sign the form, “Inquiry for Positions Requiring Possession of Firearms,” certifying that you meet this criteria. The United States Government does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor. Reasonable Accommodation PolicyFederal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the hiring agency directly. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a Case-by-Case basis. A reasonable accommodation is any change in the workplace or the way things are customarily done that provides an equal employment opportunity to an individual with a disability. Under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) must provide reasonable accommodations: • An applicant with a disability needs an accommodation to have an equal opportunity to apply for a job. • An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to perform the essential job duties or to gain access to the workplace. • An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to receive equal access to benefits, such as details, training, and office-sponsored events. Relocation costs will not be paid for this position. More than one position may be selected from this announcement. Under the Fair Chance Act, agencies are not allowed to request information about an applicant’s criminal history until a conditional offer of employment has been made, except as allowed for access to classified information; assignment to national security duties or positions; acceptance or retention in the armed forces; or recruitment of a Federal law enforcement officer. An applicant may submit a complaint or any other information related to an organization’s alleged noncompliance with the Fair Chance Act. The complaint must be submitted within 30 calendar days of the date of the alleged noncompliance. To make a Fair Chance Act inquiry or complaint, send an email with the appropriate information to [email protected] subject line: Fair Chance Act

Part-Time Learning Assistant II

Part-Time Learning Assistant II

Valencia College is now hiring two Part-Time Learning Assistants to join our Student Activity Tutoring team at our Osceola Campus. In this role, you will be responsible for providing academic assistance, mentoring, and learning-centered tutoring to any currently enrolled student based upon appropriate assessment of student needs.Positions available in Science & Math.About Valencia’s Learning Support team:Our mission is to create a learning environment where students are empowered with the tools and services they need to be successful. We provide a range of academic services including in-person and online academic tutoring in various subjects, writing support, workshops, and study areas. Our goal is to continue to support students’ needs and provide the same level of assistance virtually as we provided it through traditional, face-to-face tutoring. Location: Kissimmee, FL 34744 - Osceola Campus **This position will operate fully onsite. Schedule: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm.  (Hours will be determined with the employee) Salary: $15.03 per hourClosing Date: Tuesday, June 25, 2024, at 11:59 PM ESTIf this opportunity sounds inspiring, please complete, and submit an online application along with a resume to be considered for this position here:https://valenciacollege.peopleadmin.com/postings/35555 Equal Employment OpportunityValencia College is an equal opportunity institution. We provide equal opportunity for employment and educational services to all.

Public Accounts Auditor I

Public Accounts Auditor I

The Auditor of Public Accounts is an independent agency responsible for performing audits of state and local governments. Our mission is to ensure that public resources are protected, accurately valued, properly accounted for, and effectively employed to raise the quality of life for Kentucky citizens. Our auditors have a unique opportunity to work in a rewarding and challenging environment at an agency that also supports a healthy work/life balance, with the potential for flexible schedules.This position will have a Frankfort- based workstation, but we encourage the use of telecommuting to provide added flexibility and efficiency for both the employee and the agency.Our agency conducts annual audits including fiscal courts, county clerks, and sheriffs. We also audit state agencies as part of the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s annual financial statement audit. In addition to the more than 600 annual audits issued, we conduct special examinations for waste, fraud, and abuse, and reviews of various entities that receive public funds – these can range from large state agencies, to city governments or local fire departments.This position is located in the Office of Special Examinations, and therefore, is anticipated to work primarily on special examinations. The Office of Special Examinations also staffs the agency’s tips-reporting hotline, so the successful candidate will assist with fielding calls and emails, as well as assessing and responding to allegations of waste, fraud, and abuse.Entry-level Public Accounts Auditors work under direct supervision and perform beginning level procedures in the audit of local and state records and may be required to perform other duties as assigned. Public Accounts Auditors gain valuable experience by learning fundamental techniques and principles related to governmental accounting, state and local accounting systems, governmental auditing standards, preparing electronic work papers, interviewing, audit comment development, and other valuable skills.The ideal candidate will have:Strong oral and written communication skills.Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel.Strong analytical and organizational skills, as well as attention to detail.The ability to problem-solve through critical and creative thinking.Initiative to be self-motivated, follow through with assigned tasks, and meet established timeframes with a minimum amount of supervision.The ability to work effectively as part of a team and accept both peer and supervisor feedback.The ability to exercise sound judgment and maintain confidentiality.EDUCATION: Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor's degree (which includes twenty semester hours or thirty quarter hours in accounting).SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (AGE, LICENSURE, REGULATION, ETC.): Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license to qualify for appointment in this classification. Must maintain any required licensure(s), certification(s), or other credentials for the length of employment in this classification. Employing agency is responsible for ensuring employee possesses and maintains required licensure(s), certification(s) or other credentials.Working Conditions: Work is performed in an office environment. Routine travel to and from the work site is required to perform on-site audit procedures and to attend training opportunities as assigned. Periodic overnight travel may occur, but is not typical.Probationary Period: This job has an initial and promotional probationary period of 6 months, except as provided in KRS 18A.111.

Public Defender Client Advocate - Missouri

Public Defender Client Advocate - Missouri

Partners for Justice (PFJ) is seeking a Client Advocate to be placed at the Missouri State Public Defender (MSPD). Through their placement in the PFJ Professional Fellowship Program, the Client Advocate will be actively involved with defense center clients throughout the legal process. This includes helping to identify client priorities, connect clients with community social services, and assess potential enmeshed penalties of legal system contact. Possible placement locations at MSPD include the public defender offices in Farmington, Hillsboro (outside St. Louis), Jackson, Monett or Ava (near Springfield), Nevada, Rolla, or Saint Joseph.Who We ArePFJ was founded to transform public defense at scale, diminishing the effect of race and wealth on legal outcomes. This means empowering public defenders to assist clients with the underlying drivers of arrest and achieve better legal and non-legal outcomes, ensuring people can walk away from the criminal legal system with their rights, lives, and future intact. As a national nonprofit organization, PFJ partners with public defenders in 20 states nationwide through our Professional Fellowship program, advisory services, training, and communications.About PFJ's Professional Fellowship for Client AdvocatesPFJ’s Professional Fellowship offers a unique opportunity to create an impact while gaining hands-on experience within the criminal legal system. As a Client Advocate, you’ll engage in a meaningful fellowship experience designed to make a concrete difference in the lives of the people you work with. With training, mentorship, and ongoing support, Advocates are integrated as full-time employees within public defender offices across the country. During your fellowship placement, you’ll become part of a carefully selected national cohort of fellows with aligned passions and goals. Throughout your time, you’ll cultivate negotiation, problem-solving, and storytelling skills that will equip you for opportunities beyond your placement. The PFJ Professional Fellowship also offers access to professional development support, funding, mentorship, and assistance in professional and academic applications. Acknowledging the challenges of working inside the criminal legal system, PFJ supports Advocates with mental health and wellness programming and an Advocate Hardship Fund to address financial emergencies.What You'll Do as a Client AdvocateAs a Client Advocate Fellow, you'll serve as a full-time, in-person, entry-level employee within a public defender office for up to two years. Advocates play a pivotal role by providing client-led direct service to people facing criminal charges. Each day presents new challenges and opportunities, from direct engagement with clients to collaboration with community partners to going on the record in legal proceedings. As a Client Advocate you will: Conduct client interviews and build relationships with clients to understand their priorities, identify potential enmeshed penalties of arrest, and assess barriers to the client accessing desired services.Refer clients to community programs and social services based on their priorities, including but not limited to: housing, employment, social and medical benefits, and treatment.Identify potential civil, family, and immigration legal needs with a nexus to the client’s criminal case and refer clients to legal partners for consultation and representation.Build partnerships with local community organizations and government agencies to maintain knowledge about available services and facilitate access for clients.Develop and maintain a resource guide of available social and legal services in the local community and in the county more broadly.Advocate for clients by engaging with service providers, landlords, employers, and others, conveying clients' stories and needs in a compelling way that gets results.In coordination with attorneys, write persuasive narratives and recommendations to be used in court proceedings.Coordinate with legal and social service teams to facilitate collaboration and communication on client cases.  Maintain detailed knowledge of court processes and requirements; share information with clients and their families about the criminal legal process and assist them in overcoming barriers to meeting court requirements.Collect and report data about your work and achievements.Actively participate in the Partners for Justice Professional Fellowship program.Who We’re Looking ForPartners for Justice is committed to equity and inclusion in our Advocate selection process. We urge people who have been impacted by the criminal legal system or who share lived experiences with public defender clients to apply for PFJ placements.As a potential Client Advocate, you will need:A demonstrated interest in public service or social justice.Strong relationship management skills or customer support experience.Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to draft professional written narratives suitable for submission in court proceedings.Comfort in working with minimal oversight and the ability to independently structure your own work.Past work or volunteer experience within a public defender office, a legal office serving low-income people, or in social service delivery is preferred.Experience bringing trauma-informed approaches to direct service work or enthusiasm for learning how to engage in trauma-informed advocacy.Reliable transportation.Professional-level Spanish language skills are highly valued. Spanish-speaking Advocates in some offices are eligible for a pay increase.You should be an early-career professional or be willing to accept an entry-level position. Please note that Advocates cannot offer legal advice or clinical support, and we are unable to place licensed social workers or candidates with JDs.You must be interested in working in one of the public defender offices where placement with MSPD is available. These include: Farmington, Hillsboro (outside St. Louis), Jackson, Monett or Ava (near Springfield), Nevada, Rolla, or Saint Joseph.Compensation and BenefitsClient Advocates in this placement will be compensated at $19.23 / hour or $40,000 annually, with an increase to $20.43 / hour or $42,500 annually possible in the second year of placement. Advocates receive a competitive benefits package, including employer-paid medical, dental, and vision coverage, as well as generous paid time off. As part of the PFJ Professional Fellowship, you will also have access to the benefits described above, such as career support, mental health programming, and ongoing training and mentorship.Application and Selection ProcessTo apply, visit www.partnersforjustice.org/apply. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and we encourage interested candidates to apply sooner rather than later! The application consists of a resume and several short answer questions (3-6 sentences). Short answer responses will be used to assess your writing ability in addition to the substance of your responses. Please be sure to fully complete these questions with a sufficiently lengthy response so that your writing skills can be evaluated. While an unofficial transcript is optional, it is encouraged if applicable. The PFJ selection process consists of three stages: a pre-recorded first-round interview, a virtual final interview with a PFJ staff person, and a meeting for final placement approval with public defender staff. Additional information on our selection process can be found on our website. For any questions, feel free to contact us at [email protected].

Public Defender Client Advocate - Chicago, Illinois

Public Defender Client Advocate - Chicago, Illinois

Partners for Justice (PFJ) is seeking a Client Advocate for the Cook County Public Defender’s new Freedom Defense Center of Roseland on Chicago’s South Side. Through their placement in the PFJ Professional Fellowship Program, the Client Advocate will be actively involved with defense center clients throughout the legal process. This includes helping to identify client priorities, connect clients with community social services, and assess potential enmeshed penalties of legal system contact. The Client Advocate will be an integral part of an interdisciplinary team working in partnership with the local community to reduce the impact of the carceral system and fight for justice.Who We ArePFJ was founded to transform public defense at scale, diminishing the effect of race and wealth on legal outcomes. This means empowering public defenders to assist clients with the underlying drivers of arrest and achieve better legal and non-legal outcomes, ensuring people can walk away from the criminal legal system with their rights, lives, and future intact. As a national nonprofit organization, PFJ partners with public defenders in 20 states nationwide through our Professional Fellowship program, advisory services, training, and communications.About PFJ's Professional Fellowship for Client AdvocatesPFJ’s Professional Fellowship offers a unique opportunity to create an impact while gaining hands-on experience within the criminal legal system. As a Client Advocate, you’ll engage in a meaningful fellowship experience designed to make a concrete difference in the lives of the people you work with. With training, mentorship, and ongoing support, Advocates are integrated as full-time employees within public defender offices across the country. During your fellowship placement, you’ll become part of a carefully selected national cohort of fellows with aligned passions and goals. Throughout your time, you’ll cultivate negotiation, problem-solving, and storytelling skills that will equip you for opportunities beyond your placement. The PFJ Professional Fellowship also offers access to professional development support, funding, mentorship, and assistance in professional and academic applications. Acknowledging the challenges of working inside the criminal legal system, PFJ supports Advocates with mental health and wellness programming and an Advocate Hardship Fund to address financial emergencies.What You'll Do as a Client AdvocateAs a Client Advocate Fellow, you'll serve as a full-time, in-person, entry-level employee within a public defender office for up to two years. Advocates play a pivotal role by providing client-led direct service to people facing criminal charges. Each day presents new challenges and opportunities, from direct engagement with clients to collaboration with community partners to going on the record in legal proceedings. As a Client Advocate you will: Conduct client interviews and build relationships with clients to understand their priorities, identify potential enmeshed penalties of arrest, and assess barriers to the client accessing desired services.Refer clients to community programs and social services based on their priorities, including but not limited to: housing, employment, social and medical benefits, and treatment.Identify potential civil, family, and immigration legal needs with a nexus to the client’s criminal case and refer clients to legal partners for consultation and representation.Build partnerships with local community organizations and government agencies to maintain knowledge about available services and facilitate access for clients.Develop and maintain a resource guide of available social and legal services in the local community and in the county more broadly.Advocate for clients by engaging with service providers, landlords, employers, and others, conveying clients' stories and needs in a compelling way that gets results. In coordination with attorneys, write persuasive narratives and recommendations to be used in court proceedings.Coordinate with legal and social service teams to facilitate collaboration and communication on client cases.   Maintain detailed knowledge of court processes and requirements; share information with clients and their families about the criminal legal process and assist them in overcoming barriers to meeting court requirements.Collect and report data about your work and achievements.Actively participate in the Partners for Justice Professional Fellowship program.Who We’re Looking ForPartners for Justice is committed to equity and inclusion in our Advocate selection process. We urge people who have been impacted by the criminal legal system or who share lived experiences with public defender clients to apply for PFJ placements.For this placement at the Freedom Defense Center of Roseland, candidates who are natives or current residents of Chicago are strongly preferred, especially those with a connection to Chicago’s South Side.As a potential Client Advocate, you will need:A demonstrated interest in public service or social justice.Strong relationship management skills or customer support experience.Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to draft professional written narratives suitable for submission in court proceedings.Comfort in working with minimal oversight and the ability to independently structure your own work.Past work or volunteer experience within a public defender office, a legal office serving low-income people, or in social service delivery is preferred.Experience bringing trauma-informed approaches to direct service work or enthusiasm for learning how to engage in trauma-informed advocacy.Reliable transportation.Professional-level Spanish language skills are highly valued. Spanish-speaking Advocates in some offices are eligible for a pay increase.You should be an early-career professional or be willing to accept an entry-level position. Please note that Advocates cannot offer legal advice or clinical support, and we are unable to place licensed social workers or candidates with JDs.Compensation and BenefitsClient Advocates in this placement will be compensated at $25.96 / hour or $54,000 annually, with an increase to $26.68 / hour or $55,500 annually possible in the second year of placement. Advocates receive a competitive benefits package, including employer-paid medical, dental, and vision coverage, as well as generous paid time off. As part of the PFJ Professional Fellowship, you will also have access to the benefits described above, such as career support, mental health programming, and ongoing training and mentorship.Application and Selection ProcessTo apply, visit www.partnersforjustice.org/apply. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and we encourage interested candidates to apply sooner rather than later! The application consists of a resume and several short answer questions (3-6 sentences). Short answer responses will be used to assess your writing ability in addition to the substance of your responses. Please be sure to fully complete these questions with a sufficiently lengthy response so that your writing skills can be evaluated. While an unofficial transcript is optional, it is encouraged if applicable. The PFJ selection process consists of three stages: a pre-recorded first-round interview, a virtual final interview with a PFJ staff person, and a meeting for final placement approval with public defender staff. Additional information on our selection process can be found on our website. For any questions, feel free to contact us at [email protected].

Eligibility Screener - TMG (Milwaukee, WI) (Fieldwork/Hybrid) (No Weekends, No Holidays, No After Hours)

Eligibility Screener - TMG (Milwaukee, WI) (Fieldwork/Hybrid) (No Weekends, No Holidays, No After Hours)

Job SummaryTMG is on the lookout for our next great Eligibility Screener! If you love doing meaningful work that helps others live their best lives, we want to hear from you!   We’re currently in search for someone with a background in human services, social work, healthcare or case management to join our team. This is a remote position, where you will partner with people in your community who use the TMG IRIS Consultant Agency. While this role is home-based, you will spend most days visiting IRIS participants in their homes. While you’ll have a routine for the work that you do, no two days are alike!As an Eligibility Screener, you would be responsible for completing the Adult Long-Term Care Functional Screens (LTC-FS) for participants of the Wisconsin IRIS program – a Medicaid long-term care option for older adults and people with disabilities. The job includes completing annual rescreens and any change-in-condition screens using the Adult LTC-FS tool to ensure program eligibility. Successful candidates will be approachable, compassionate and respectful of people of all different backgrounds and abilities, and be able to see and articulate the strengths that people inherently have.  TMG is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive workforce, and prioritizes helping staff have a good work/life balance. Even though the position is remote, you’ll have lots of support from your TMG team and coworkers across the organization. If this sounds like the job for you, apply today! Job DutiesMeets with IRIS participants face to face to complete the screening process. Completes the Adult Long Term Care Functional Screen (LTC-FS) for people in IRIS according to the Wisconsin Adult LTC-FS Instructions. Completes contacts to verify screen results with IRIS Consultants, Medicaid Personal Care agencies, and verifies diagnosis information with physicians and the Social Security Administration, when needed.  Meets the highest standards of documentation and program regulations, while ensuring timely completion of  screens. Maintains screening skills by participating in weekly team meetings, monthly All Screener Meetings, trainings and testing. Other duties as assigned by management. Job QualificationsREQUIRED EDUCATION:Bachelor’s Degree in a health or human services or related field. (e.g., social work, psychology) or graduate from an Accredited School of Nursing.REQUIRED EXPERIENCE/KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:1+ years of experience working with one of the target groups such as adults with physical or intellectual disabilities or older adults.Strong written and verbal communication skills; strong attention to detail.Demonstrated computer and software skills required; proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and other software.Strong customer service skills.Good organizational and time management skills.The ability to work cooperatively as part of a team or autonomouslyAbility to remain flexible in the work environment and willing and able to adapt to changing organizational needs.Travel Requirements 5%REQUIRED LICENSE, CERTIFICATION, ASSOCIATION:Must pass the Wisconsin Adult Long-term Care Functional Screen certification modules (80% or higher on each module) within first week of hire and maintain certification as a screener.If a graduate from an Accredited School of Nursing, must have an active, unrestricted Wisconsin Registered Nursing (RN) license in good standingMust possess a valid driver’s license, maintain adequate auto insurance for job-related travel and ability to travel throughout Wisconsin or otherPREFERRED LICENSE, CERTIFICATION, ASSOCIATION:Currently or formerly certified in the Long-Term Care Functional Screen.To all current Molina employees: If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply through the intranet job listing.Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.Pay Range: $19.84 - $38.69 / HOURLY*Actual compensation may vary from posting based on geographic location, work experience, education and/or skill level.About UsMolina Healthcare is a nationwide fortune 500 organization with a mission to provide quality healthcare to people receiving government assistance. If you are seeking a meaningful opportunity in a team-oriented environment, come be a part of a highly engaged workforce dedicated to our mission. Bring your passion and talents and together we can make a difference in the lives of others. Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.

Case Manager Social Worker Remote with Field Travel Seattle WA

Case Manager Social Worker Remote with Field Travel Seattle WA

Job SummaryMolina Healthcare Services (HCS) works with members, providers and multidisciplinary team members to assess, facilitate, plan and coordinate an integrated delivery of care across the continuum, including behavioral health and long term care, for members with high need potential.  HCS staff work to ensure that patients progress toward desired outcomes with quality care that is medically appropriate and cost-effective based on the severity of illness and the site of service.This position will be supporting our Washington State Plan. We are seeking a Social Worker with previous knowledge/experience working with the criminal justice system, specifically with the youth population. The candidate should have experience supporting social service needs, possess community resources, and health promotion experience. The Case Manager must be comfortable with outreach initiatives to educate and enroll new potential members. Further details will be discussed during the interview process. Work schedule Monday- Friday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM PSTRemote position with 10-15% field travel to community meetings.KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIESCompletes clinical assessments of members per regulated timelines and determines who may qualify for case management based on clinical judgment, changes in member's health or psychosocial wellness, and triggers from the assessment.Develops and implements a case management plan in collaboration with the member, caregiver, physician and/or other appropriate healthcare professionals and member's support network to address the member needs and goals.Conducts telephonic, face-to-face or home visits as required.Performs ongoing monitoring of the care plan to evaluate effectiveness, document interventions and goal achievement, and suggest changes accordingly.Maintains ongoing member case load for regular outreach and management.Promotes integration of services for members including behavioral health care and long term services and supports to enhance the continuity of care for Molina members.May implement specific Molina wellness programs i.e. asthma and depression disease management.Facilitates interdisciplinary care team meetings and informal ICT collaboration.Uses motivational interviewing and Molina clinical guideposts to educate, support and motivate change during member contacts.Assesses for barriers to care, provides care coordination and assistance to member to address concerns.Collaborates with RN case managers/supervisors as needed or requiredCase managers in Behavioral Health and Social Science fields may provide consultation, resources and recommendations to peers as neededLocal travel of up to 40% may be required, depending on the complexity level of the assigned members, particular state-specific regulations, or whether the Case Manager position is located within Molina’s Central Programs unit.JOB QUALIFICATIONSREQUIRED EDUCATION:Any of the following:Completion of an accredited Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Program OR Bachelor's or Master's Degree (preferably in a social science, psychology, gerontology, public health or social work or relatedREQUIRED EXPERIENCE:1-3 years in case management, disease management, managed care or medical or behavioral health settings.REQUIRED LICENSE, CERTIFICATION, ASSOCIATION:If license required for the job, license must be active, unrestricted and in good standing.Must have valid driver’s license with good driving record and be able to drive within applicable state or locality with reliable transportation.STATE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS:Roles serving Family Care and Family Care Partnership in the State of Wisconsin are required to have a Bachelor's Degree and a minimum of one year of professional experience.PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:3-5 years in case management, disease management, managed care or medical or behavioral health settings.PREFERRED LICENSE, CERTIFICATION, ASSOCIATION:Any of the following:Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Advanced Practice Social Worker (APSW), Certified Case Manager (CCM), Certified in Health Education and Promotion (CHEP), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC/LPCC), Respiratory Therapist, or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT).To all current Molina employees: If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply through the intranet job listing.Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.Pay Range: $21.6 - $46.81 / HOURLY*Actual compensation may vary from posting based on geographic location, work experience, education and/or skill level.About UsMolina Healthcare is a nationwide fortune 500 organization with a mission to provide quality healthcare to people receiving government assistance. If you are seeking a meaningful opportunity in a team-oriented environment, come be a part of a highly engaged workforce dedicated to our mission. Bring your passion and talents and together we can make a difference in the lives of others. Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.

Talent Management Internship (LA & NY) - Hybrid & Remote Work

Talent Management Internship (LA & NY) - Hybrid & Remote Work

***THIS IS CURRENTLY A REMOTE-WORK-ONLY INTERNSHIP FOR NEW YORK & HYBRID FOR LOS ANGELES We are hiring Interns in both of our offices, Los Angeles & New York. This is a three-month UNPAID Talent & Literary Management Internship. Academic/school credit is a requirement, so we recommend that you speak with your academic advisor about this before submitting your application to our Internship Program. During the three-month Internship, Ent Lab Intern: - Learns the ins and outs of a Talent Management business in Los Angeles/New York (specifically, a Talent and Literary Management business that deals with representation of actors, writers and directors).- Learns how Talent Managers seek opportunities for actors, writers and directors on movies, TV shows, commercials and print projects.- Becomes an integral part of Ent Lab office operation and is exposed to all aspects of the Talent Management profession.- Develops communication skills in correspondence with Ent Lab Team, actors, agents, producers, etc.- Develops organizational and planning skills by scheduling talent's auditions, callbacks, avail checks, wardrobe and make-up sessions, ADR sessions and shoots on a daily basis.- Learns and executes majority of the tasks listed below, as well as other tasks that Talent Managers do daily: 1. Navigating Breakdown Express casting platform.2. Navigating Casting Networks casting platform.3. Navigating Casting Frontier casting platform.4. Navigating IMDbpro platform.5. Researching talent profiles/resumes on casting platforms.6. Making calls, writing emails, scheduling and coordinating auditions, callbacks, holds and shoots between our talent, talent agents, casting directors, producers and directors.7. Working in a team and assisting talent managers.8. Making at least one industry contact by meeting and greeting actors, writers, directors, producers, talent agents, casting directors, etc. who visit Entertainment Lab offices and/or by attending a performance show (improv/stand up club, theater play, acting school showcase, etc.) during epidemic-free times. (not needed for remote internship)9. Analyzing and covering TV and film scripts.10. Other useful activities and lessons that come up in the everyday work environment. Intern will never be asked to bring coffee, water or lunch to any of the managers, take out trash or do any other non-work-related tasks. Please, submit all resumes to: [email protected] 

Assoc Specialist, Claims Recov-Office position-Spokane, WA

Assoc Specialist, Claims Recov-Office position-Spokane, WA

Job SummaryResponsible for administering claims payments, maintaining claim records, and providing counsel to claimants regarding coverage amount and benefit interpretation. Monitors and controls backlog and workflow of claims. Ensures that claims are settled in a timely fashion and in accordance with cost control standards.Knowledge/Skills/Abilities• Sort, date stamp and distribute mail/faxes/packages daily within set time frames.• Assist in maintaining files as needed• Scan documents as requested• Print documents as requested• Mail and file all department documents with accuracy, efficiency and in a timely manner. Includes folding, mailing, filing• Keep printers and printer areas stocked• Prepare mailings and packages, send out• Coordinate, upload and maintain department images for multiple health plans using multiple application in an accurate and complete manner• Data entry into department applications with accuracy, efficiency and in a timely manner.• Assign work from incoming outlook boxes based upon defined assignments.Job QualificationsRequired EducationHS Diploma or GEDRequired Experience0-1 year experience in clerical/office support roleTo all current Molina employees: If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply through the intranet job listing.Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.Pay Range: $16.28 - $24.02 / HOURLY*Actual compensation may vary from posting based on geographic location, work experience, education and/or skill level.About UsMolina Healthcare is a nationwide fortune 500 organization with a mission to provide quality healthcare to people receiving government assistance. If you are seeking a meaningful opportunity in a team-oriented environment, come be a part of a highly engaged workforce dedicated to our mission. Bring your passion and talents and together we can make a difference in the lives of others. Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.

Analyst, Enrollment - Remote

Analyst, Enrollment - Remote

Job SummaryResponsible for preparation, processing and maintenance of new members and re-enrollment. Processes and maintains health plan's member and enrollment records, employer's monthly reports, sending membership cards and materials. Provide customer service to plan members, providers, and employer groups by answering benefit questions, resolving issues and educating callers. Verify enrollment status, make changes to records, research and resolve enrollment system rejections. Address a variety of enrollment questions or concerns received via mail, phone, or e-mail. Maintain records in the enrollment database Knowledge/Skills/AbilitiesManages the daily process of member exceptions from state eligibility file and takes appropriate action to ensure members are properly enrolled.Tracks and follows up on any exceptions with revenue amounts expected from the State and maximizes recovery.Researches discrepancies from state payments in order to ensure accurate payment to the health plan.Compiles and reviews all reports, historical trends and forecasts future enrollment activities.Manages and prepares daily performance reports summarizing key performance indicators regarding enrollment statistics.Facilitating and coordination of meeting materials with Health Plan Compliance and Operations VPs for multiple states.Subject Matter Expert in E2E enrollment processes for multiple states.Assist with projects as assigned by Director, Enrollment concerning trending analysis, inventory, or other enrollment-related areas.Quality review and submission of deliverables to Molina Healthcare Government Contract and to State Medicaid Agencies.Tracking all contractual related tasks to completion.Monitor inventory analysis provided by third party vendor for accuracy and explanation.Record and publish enrollment events on SharePoint that are available for department and third-party vendor use.Assist manager with preparation of submission of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) audit data to internal and external auditors.Assist with complex enrollment issues concerning member eligibility.Job QualificationsRequired EducationAssociate's Degree or equivalent combination of education and experienceRequired Experience1-3 yearsPreferred EducationBachelor's degree in Accounting and/or Business or equivalent experiencePreferred Experience3-5 yearsTo all current Molina employees: If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply through the intranet job listing.Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.#PJHPOPay Range: $17.85 - $38.69 / HOURLY*Actual compensation may vary from posting based on geographic location, work experience, education and/or skill level.About UsMolina Healthcare is a nationwide fortune 500 organization with a mission to provide quality healthcare to people receiving government assistance. If you are seeking a meaningful opportunity in a team-oriented environment, come be a part of a highly engaged workforce dedicated to our mission. Bring your passion and talents and together we can make a difference in the lives of others. Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.

Territory Sales Representative

Territory Sales Representative

Garden City, New YorkTerritory Sales RepresentativePay from $68,500 to $100,000 per year Looking to launch your sales career? Then you belong at Uline! As a Territory Sales Representative, you’ll join an incredible team supported by the best training, tools and products to win in the field every day! Uline continues to grow, creating new career opportunities and job stability you can count on. It’s an exciting time to join Uline! Why Sales at Uline? No Experience? No Problem! - Start with a month of training followed by a 12-week mentorship program, along with weekly meetings and coaching in the field with leadership.Career Fast Track - Sharpen your sales skills to move to an Account Manager role. This new title could land you in a new territory!Design Your Day - Spend assigned days in the office with your peers planning face-to-face customer visits. Structure your schedule with work-life balance in mind. Position ResponsibilitiesManage and grow existing customer accounts across all industries within your territory.Run one-on-one customer meetings to provide business solutions from our catalog stacked with over 40,000 quality products.Deliver next-level customer service with the help of our sales support team. Minimum RequirementsBachelor’s degree.Valid driver’s license and great driving record.Excellent communication, problem-solving and presentation skills. BenefitsComplete medical, dental, vision and life insurance coverage, Flexible Spending Accounts and wellness programs.401(k) with 6% employer match.Paid holidays and generous paid time off.Bonus programs that include annual performance, profit sharing, sales goals, contests and top performer incentives.Monthly internet / cell phone allowance.Mileage reimbursement.As our company expands, you’ll have the chance to transition to new markets, and we’ll provide support for your move. About Uline Uline is North America's leading distributor of shipping, industrial and packaging materials. We're a family-owned company known for incredible service, quality products and same-day shipping of our huge in-stock inventory. With over 9,000 employees across 13 branch locations and 15 sales offices, it's time you joined Uline. Uline is proud to operate as a drug-free workplace. EEO/AA Employer/Vet/Disabled

Agency Attorney (Energy Policy)

Agency Attorney (Energy Policy)

The Mayor's Office of Contract Services (MOCS) is a New York City oversight and service agency that manages procurement citywide, from planning and release of agency solicitations to payment of vendors. Annually, agencies procure billions in products and services from a diverse pool of vendors that represent various industries. MOCS therefore aims to ensure that the procurement process remains fair, transparent, efficient and cost-effective.MOCS makes it easier to do business through use of end-to-end technology tools, increases transparency by publication of enriched data and hosting public hearings, and strengthens procurement operations by providing direct assistance and resources to all stakeholders. MOCS also partners with agencies and vendors to identify areas for policy reform, resulting in ongoing process improvement to reduce administrative burdens and increase the positive impact of services on communities. The MOCS Director serves as the City Chief Procurement Officer.MOCS team members operate in a collaborative, service-oriented environment, where flexibility and ability to achieve results are valued. Staff must conduct all duties relevant to their position in their assigned division and demonstrate an advanced level of expertise. This position requires a focus on aligning daily operations to the agency's strategic priorities, engage stakeholders in planning and ensure performance using well-defined success metrics and project management strategies. All staff are expected to deliver timely and quality work products and services, participate in ongoing improvement activities, proactively deepen their knowledge of procurement and government operations, and will use modern technology software and hardware to complete daily duties. This position must collaborate with other team members to implement projects, help to maintain and/or analyze operational data, and interact with external stakeholders.Under the direction of the General Counsel, with latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, the Agency Attorney (Energy Policy) is responsible for assisting with legal and policy projects of the office; providing legal advice to the City Chief Procurement Officer (CCPO) and other MOCS and agency staff. Principal duties and responsibilities are as follows:• Providing legal advice and analysis to the CCPO, General Counsel, and agency contracting personnel on the City’s procurement rules and processes, with a focus on environmental policy and regulations;• Designing procurement-related compliance policies for Local Law 97 of 2019 – building greenhouse gas emissions;• Providing legal compliance oversight for Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) laws and promulgation of new EPP rules and standards;• Managing compliance with Local Law 112 of 2021 regarding agency purchasing, use, and disposal of textiles;• Developing agency training materials and guidance regarding environmental purchasing;• Supporting the work of the MOCS General Counsel Unit, including:• Providing legal advice on a broad rang range of procurement-related matters, including but not limited to procurement innovation and vendor integrity information and processes, vendor appeals, FOIL requests and pending legislation;• Drafting of memoranda of policy and procedure, guidelines for implementation of new legislation, non-responsibility determinations, agency contracts, and public testimony for public hearings;• Representing the CCPO/MOCS in connection with various interagency task forces, working groups, and the City’s Contract Dispute Resolution Board;• Assisting in the resolution of disputes regarding contract registration issues, vendor protests and audit findings with the Office of the Comptroller; drafting and reviewing responses to audit findings;• Assisting agencies with compliance with various local laws, rules, and regulations.New York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview. Minimum Qual Requirements1. Do you have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university?2. Do you have an associate degree from an accredited college or university along with two (2) years of experience with administrative, analytic, coordinative, supervisory or liaison responsibilities?3. Do you have a four-year high school diploma, or its educational equivalent approved by a state's Department of Education or a recognized accrediting organization along with four (4) years of experience as described in question "2" above?4. Do you have a satisfactory combination of education and/or experience equivalent to that described in questions "1," "2," and/or "3" above? Preferred Skills1. Admission to the New York State Bar;2. One year of satisfactory United States legal experience after admission to any state bar; and3. Experience in the field of environmental law.Incumbents must remain Members of the New York State Bar in good standing for the duration of this employment. Additional InformationTo best serve the City we represent, MOCS seeks individuals from a variety of backgrounds who can bring different perspectives to contribute to the work of the office. MOCS also seeks candidates who want to contribute to a work environment that values teamwork, inclusion and respect. To Applyplease go to www.nyc.gov/jobs and search for Job ID#: 636638Mayor’s Office of Contract Services is an equal opportunity employer. Mayor’s Office of Contract Services recognizes the unique skills and strengths gained through military service. Veterans and service members of the U.S. Armed Forces are strongly encouraged to apply. Special accommodations provided to applicants with disabilities. Please contact MOCS Disability Service Facilitator at [email protected] or 212-298-0734 only to request an accommodation. No other phone calls or personal inquiries permitted. For technical assistance, please use the following supported browsers: Chrome 35 and above, Firefox 24 and above, Internet Explorer 9 and above, and Safari 6 and above. If you encounter any errors, please clear your cache (web browser history). For instructions, please visit https://a127-jobs.nyc.gov/psc/nycjobs/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=NYC_EHIRE_HELP_FL&Action=U&. When navigating this website, you should use only the links and navigational buttons within the pages. Using your web browser’s BACK, FORWARD or REFRESH buttons may cause loss of data or lead to unintentional log outs.Only those candidates under consideration will be contacted. No phone calls, faxes or personal inquiries permitted. Public Svc Loan ForgivenessGroupBox1As a prospective employee of the City of New York, you may be eligible for federal loan forgiveness programs and state repayment assistance programs. For more information, please visit the U.S. Department of Education’s website at https://studentaid.gov/pslf/. Work Location255 Greenwich Street, 9th floorNew York, NY 10007 Residency RequirementNew York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview.

School Office Specialist 2024-25 - Walker

School Office Specialist 2024-25 - Walker

PURPOSETo improve student achievement by performing a variety of moderately complex clerical duties, using various office equipment and computer software programs in a school office setting in direct administrative support of a school.SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISEDReceives direction and general supervision from an assigned supervisor and may receive technical and functional supervision from higher-level school office support personnel. Methods of performing tasks are the responsibility of the employee and are to be performed within the established policies. Work is reviewed only periodically to assure compliance to standards and measured results.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOBMay include, but are not limited to, the followingNOTE: Actual job duties may vary based on assigned area(s) of responsibility within the school.Preparing and maintaining a variety of moderately complex clerical records such as those related to personnel, student attendance, student discipline, student immunization, school/athletic activities, program expenditures, and supplies and materials.Entering and retrieving data using a computer and word processor and/or spreadsheet software programs; developing complex records maintenance systems; maintaining records and generating reports including MUNIS, SmartFind Express (automated substitute calling system) and the student information system.Serving as school office receptionist if required; receiving and screening telephone calls and referring to appropriate person/office for routing; receiving and directing office visitors; responding to general inquiries for information and assistance; handling calls from upset, angry, or confused callers.Interpreting, applying and explaining rules, regulations, procedures and departmental or school policies.Initiating and maintaining a variety of files and records; maintaining manuals and updating resource materials.Maintaining appointment schedules and calendars, arranging meetings and conferences, making travel arrangements.Providing medical support to students in the absence of the Nurse or School-Based Health Assistant. Assist students who are ill with compassion and patience.Word processes a variety of written material including letters, tests, reports, statistical data and charts from rough draft.Organizing and distributing mail to staffOrdering and receiving supplies and materials for the school.Performing basic accounting and bookkeeping tasks.Dispensing medication to students, maintaining medical records and may perform routine first aid duties.Providing clerical support to committee(s) by assembling the agenda and background materials, transcribing and distributing minutes.Coordinating the work of student assistants working in the office area.Maintaining regular and consistent attendance and punctuality.Performing related duties consistent with job description and assignment.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSKnowledge ofWork organization and research techniques sufficient to collect, analyze, and interpret dataEnglish usage, spelling, grammar, punctuation and arithmeticModern office procedures and office computer hardware and softwarePrinciples and practices of business letter writingRecord keeping principles and proceduresTerminology used in bookkeeping and accounting clerical work as requiredAbility toMulti-task in a high volume, busy school office settingEstablish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course and scope of workPerform a wide variety of clerical support functions requiring decision making within established policies, rules, and proceduresPlan, organize, prioritize, and complete work assignments in a timely and efficient mannerOperate a computer with integrated financial system access and related peripheral equipment and software. Operate various office machines.Type at a speed necessary for successful job performanceWork efficiently and effectively in a busy office setting characterized by frequent interruptions and heavy volume of workMulti-task with the ability to adapt quickly to changing situationsWork effectively in a team environmentCommunicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, with a wide range of peopleExplain, clarify, and apply school policies and rulesCompile and maintain complex and extensive recordsAnalyze situations carefully and adopt effective courses of actionMaintain highest level of confidentiality in all matters relating to staff, students, and familiesExercise diplomacy and tact and maintain a high level of professionalismProvide excellent customer serviceExperience and TrainingAny combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is appropriate. A representative way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:ExperienceThree years of progressively responsible secretarial experience in a sophisticated office setting. Experience in a school office preferred.TrainingEquivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade.Work EnvironmentClimate controlled school office setting with exposure to moderate to high noise intensity levels.Moderate to high level of contact with district personnel and outside agencies/community depending on work location.Physical RequirementsFrequent reaching, handling, fingering, talking, and hearing. Mobility to work in a typical school setting and use standard office equipment, stamina to remain seated and maintain concentration for an extended period. Hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone.Vision: Frequent near acuity; occasional far acuity. Vision to read printed materials, computer screens and/or other monitoring devices.Strength: Sedentary/Light – Exert force to 15 pounds occasionally or a negligible amount of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull or move objects.Type: ClassifiedHours per day: 8Status: Temporary, August 5, 2024 - December 15, 2024Hourly Range:  $20.11 - $25.72Application Procedure: Apply online 

Rep, Member Engagement (On Site - Patchogue (Long Island)

Rep, Member Engagement (On Site - Patchogue (Long Island)

Job SummaryProvides new and existing members with the best possible service in relation to billing inquiries, service requests, suggestions, and complaints. Resolves member inquiries and complaints fairly and effectively. Provides product and service information to members and identifies opportunities to maintain and increase member relationships. Recommends and implements programs to support member needs.KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIESPerforms member outreach calls in states supported by Molina Healthcare to enforce member retentionAnswers incoming calls regarding Medicaid members in PEND status and those having Re-determination renewal dates.Helps members complete necessary paperwork related to either Medicaid eligibility renewal process.Assists Medicaid Members in contacting their social worker regarding eligibility issues and follow-up with members to ensure follow through, if allowed by the member's respective state.Accurately and timely documents member retention contacts in appropriate database.JOB QUALIFICATIONSRequired EducationHS DiplomaRequired Experience1-3 yearsRequired License, Certification, AssociationMust have valid driver's license with good driving record and be able to drive within applicable state or locality with reliable transportation.Preferred EducationAssociate's DegreePreferred Experience3-5 yearsTo all current Molina employees: If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply through the intranet job listing.Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.Pay Range: $16 - $26.42 / HOURLY*Actual compensation may vary from posting based on geographic location, work experience, education and/or skill level.About UsMolina Healthcare is a nationwide fortune 500 organization with a mission to provide quality healthcare to people receiving government assistance. If you are seeking a meaningful opportunity in a team-oriented environment, come be a part of a highly engaged workforce dedicated to our mission. Bring your passion and talents and together we can make a difference in the lives of others. Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.

Dual Language English Teacher 2024-25 - Waldo

Dual Language English Teacher 2024-25 - Waldo

Primary FunctionInstructs English classes so that students develop skills in reading, writing, spelling, and oral communication.Responsible toBuilding Principal or Designee.Assigned ResponsibilitiesUses a variety of discussion skills to encourage class participation.Organizes content and skills so that learning objectives are recognizable to the student and other observers.Identifies students needing remediation for listening, speaking, reading, or writing.Matches activities and materials to individual and group skills and needs.Uses planned course statements for the development of composition, oral communication, and/or literature sequences as appropriate in teaching assignment.Ensures that instructional activities and materials are clearly related to District, school, and department goals and objectives.Provides instruction based on designated materials.Establishes and maintains an orderly and supportive classroom environment in which students are actively participating and show respect for one another and for the teacher.Maximizes time when students are paying attention and working on tasks directly related to the subject matter.Conducts interesting and well-paced classes using a variety of instructional techniques, strategies, and materials.Makes sure students understand what to do before undertaking assignments.Assesses, keeps track of, and provides feedback promptly and often to students on their progress and assignments.Uses a grading system that is consistent, fair, and supportable.Ensures that materials and equipment are properly used, maintained, and stored, and that inventory records when requested are accurate and current.Supervises students in out-of-classroom activities as assigned.Participates cooperatively on school, area, and District-wide activities.Follows specified standards, policies, and procedures of the building and District.Additional Responsibilities As AssignedCompetitive SpeechAdministers and supervises a comprehensive speech program.Provides and encourages variant student experiences in speech competition.Maintains records and plans budget for speech tournaments.DramaSelects and produces plays suitable for public performance.Cooperates with others in use of building facilities.Supervises students during rehearsals and performances.Maintains records and plans budget for drama activities.PublicationsAdministers and supervises a comprehensive publication program.Reviews student materials prior to publication.Collaborates with others on publication matters of mutual concern.Maintains records and plans budget for publications.Written CompositionProvides evidence of student growth in both mechanics and expression.Varies writing assignments to give students an understanding of different styles and forms.Encourages development of individual voice and response to varying audiences.Understands the requirements of the District Measures of Student Learning/Outcome (MSO) in writing.Participates in scoring of District MSO in writing.LiteratureIncludes selections from variant ethnic groups.Adjusts the reading requirements of the literature in relationship to student reading level.Requires frequent written compositions during the teaching of literature.ReadingUtilizes District adopted instructional materials.Plans and provides for direct instruction toward mastery of the designated learner objectives for each reading class.Administers tests to students to determine correct placement, to assess student instructional needs, to assess student mastery of instructional objectives, to determine eligibility for high school graduation, and to determine mastery of the minimum skills objectives in reading.Supports the concept of minimum skills attainment in reading for all students.Participates in the continuing development of the MSO Reading Test and the scoring of the MSO Reading Test.Participates in the continuing development of the secondary reading program.Seeks out and participates in staff development activities.Participates in the regularly scheduled meetings with the secondary reading teachers.Minimum QualificationsOregon Teaching Certificate valid for assignment.Working knowledge of language arts skills at the senior high level.Speak and write articulately.Spanish RequiredStart date: August 27, 2024Type: Licensed FTE: 1.0Status: Permanent Salary is prorated based on FTE: $50,011 – $98,436Application Procedure: Apply online

Case Management Processor (Hybrid in Long Beach, CA)

Case Management Processor (Hybrid in Long Beach, CA)

Job SummaryMolina Healthcare Services (HCS) works with members, providers and multidisciplinary team members to assess, facilitate, plan and coordinate an integrated delivery of care across the continuum, including behavioral health and long-term care, for members with high need potential. HCS staff work to ensure that patients progress toward desired outcomes with quality care that is medically appropriate and cost-effective based on the severity of illness and the site of service.KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIESProvides telephone, clerical, and data entry support for the Case Management team.Responsible for initial review of assigned case levels to assist in Case Management assignment.Reviews data to identify principal member needs and works under the direction of the Case Manager to implement care plan.Schedules member visits with team members as needed.Screens members using Molina policies and processes, assisting clinical Case Management staff as they identify appropriate medical services.Coordinates required services in accordance with member benefit plan.Promotes communication, both internally and externally to enhance effectiveness of case management services.Processes member and provider correspondence.JOB QUALIFICATIONSRequired EducationHS Diploma or GEDRequired Experience1-3 years’ experience in an administrative support role in healthcare.Preferred EducationAssociate degreePreferred Experience3+ years’ experience in an administrative support role in healthcare, Medical Assistant preferred.To all current Molina employees: If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply through the intranet job listing.Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.Pay Range: $16.9 - $29.06 / HOURLY*Actual compensation may vary from posting based on geographic location, work experience, education and/or skill level.About UsMolina Healthcare is a nationwide fortune 500 organization with a mission to provide quality healthcare to people receiving government assistance. If you are seeking a meaningful opportunity in a team-oriented environment, come be a part of a highly engaged workforce dedicated to our mission. Bring your passion and talents and together we can make a difference in the lives of others. Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.

Remote Family Nurse Practitioner (Field visits required)

Remote Family Nurse Practitioner (Field visits required)

Job SummaryThe Care Connections Nurse Practitioners focus on screening and preventive primary care services delivered in the home, community, and nursing facility settings. Provides needed care in the environment that patients feel most comfortable and are most receptive including home, nursing facilities, and “pop up” clinic.The Nurse Practitioner will be required to work primarily in non-clinical settings and provide medical care to all levels of patients. Some programs may focus on specific populations (e.g., adult and geriatric, pediatric, women’s health).Perform comprehensive medical assessments, order appropriate tests/procedures for diagnostic purposes, formulate treatment plans, obtain specialists' consultations as needed, and do appropriate documentations as required. Job DutiesProvide general medical care and care coordination to various and/or specific patient levels – adults, women’s health, pediatric, and geriatric.Perform comprehensive evaluations including history and physical exams for gaps in care and preventative assessmentsAddress both chronic and acute primary care complaints, and able to ascertain medical urgencyEstablish and document reasonable medical diagnosesSeek specialty consultation as appropriateOrder/perform pertinent diagnostic laboratory and radiology testing for the medical diagnosis or presenting symptom; able to work within an environment of limited resources and therefore uses diagnostic tests judiciously and appropriatelyResponsible for knowing when a patient’s needs are beyond their scope of knowledge and when physician oversight is needed.Create and implements a medical plan of careSchedule patient appointments for telehealth or in-person visits when appropriateProvide post discharge coordination to reduce hospital readmission rates and emergency room utilizationPerform face-to-face in-person visits in a variety of settings including home, skilled nursing facilities, and public locations.Additionally, may perform face-to-face synchronous video communications using Telehealth platform based on business need, leadership direction, and state regulationsOrder bulk laboratory orders to target specific populations of member.Perform alternating on-call coverage to triage any urgent lab results and pharmacy inquiries and develop appropriate plan of careParticipate in community-based “Pop Up Clinics” as way of building relationship with community while addressing gaps in health careDrive up to 120 miles a day on a regular basis to a variety of locations within the assigned region. There may be drives beyond 120 miles as part of Extended Mileage Special Project days.Obtain and maintain cross state license in other states besides home state based on business need.Collaborate with fellow nurse practitioners to develop best practices to perform work duties efficiently and effectivelyActively participate in regional meetingsPrescribe medications and perform procedures as appropriatePerform timely documentation in medical records in an electronic medical record computer systemOn occasion, may be required to walk flights of stairs while carrying up to 50 lbs. of equipmentJOB QUALIFICATIONSREQUIRED EDUCATION:Master's degree in family health from accredited nursing programREQUIRED EXPERIENCE/KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:Advanced computer skills. Proficient with Word, Excel, and Electronic Medical Record.REQUIRED LICENSE, CERTIFICATION, ASSOCIATION:An active and unrestricted national certification from one of the following organizations: American Academy of Nurse Practitioners; American Nurses Credentialing CenterCurrent state-issued license to practice as a Family Nurse PractitionerCurrent Basic Life Support for Healthcare Professional certificationCurrent unrestricted driver’s licensePREFERRED EDUCATION:PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:3-5-year experience as a Registered Nurse and/or Nurse Practitioner, ideally in a home health, community health, or public health settingPrevious experience in home health as a licensed clinician, especially in management of chronic conditionsExperience with underserved populations facing socioeconomic barriers to health careFluency in a language in addition to English is plusImmunization and point of care testing skillsTo all current Molina employees: If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply through the intranet job listing.Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.Pay Range: $72,370.82 - $156,803.45 / ANNUAL*Actual compensation may vary from posting based on geographic location, work experience, education and/or skill level.About UsMolina Healthcare is a nationwide fortune 500 organization with a mission to provide quality healthcare to people receiving government assistance. If you are seeking a meaningful opportunity in a team-oriented environment, come be a part of a highly engaged workforce dedicated to our mission. Bring your passion and talents and together we can make a difference in the lives of others. Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.