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VP

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Bank Of America
  • Charlotte
  • NC

VP; Cnslt - Bus Tech Intg sought by Bank of America N.A. to analyze user needs & sftwr reqs to determine feasibility of design w/in time & cost constraints. Reqs: Bach degree or equiv & 5 yrs of exp performing big data implementation using Hadoop (Hive, Impala, Spark, Sqoop); Performing ETL activities using tools like Informatica. 10% domestic travel req. Job site: Charlotte, NC. Ref #2265734 & submit resume to Bank of America N.A. NY1-050-03-01, 50 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10020. No phone calls or emails. EOE. recblid 7tedna3ustzu0c0igtitrwyzxp2ekc

VP

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Confidential
  • Charlotte
  • NC

VP; Team Lead-Apps Dev Prog sought by Bank of America N.A. to coach Agile method for sftwr delivery teams in order to embrace Agile development principles & deliver technical changes for the institution. Reqs: Bach degree or equiv. & 4 yrs exp. in: Applying Agile method & utilizing multiple frameworks, including Scrum, SAFe, & Kanban; & Performing Agile release planning & Sprint cadence. Employer will accept a combo of degrees, diplomas, or educ credentials to meet the Bach degree req. Job Site: Charlotte, NC. Ref#2807141 & submit resume to Bank of America N.A., NY1-050-03-01, 50 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10020. No phone calls or emails. EOE recblid gni5a8v60cda4zdnf4le46kombrdme

Assistant Director for Finance #121527

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Univ Of Md/School Of Music
  • College Park
  • MD

The University of Maryland School of Music seeks an Assistant Director for Finance to oversee all aspects of finance and to provide strategic fiscal management of a large, complex academic unit. Serving as the chief financial and budgetary officer and reporting to the director of the school, this position manages and develops budgets, implements reporting and oversight procedures, analyzes trends and data to ensure fiscal sustainability, approves expenditures, oversees payroll and benefit services, and supervises the business manager. Qualifications: Minimum qualifications:• Bachelor’s degree required• At least five years administrative and financial management experience• Demonstrated analytical, computational, and problem-solving skills• Demonstrated effective interpersonal skills, including the ability to lead and manage effectively within an office environment• Demonstrated ability to work independently and exercise good judgement• Demonstrated proficiency with spreadsheet and database applications  Preferences:• Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business management, finance, or related field is desirable• Experience in higher education is highly desired recblid vhy1xneo9dsav845lwbycuhzzr0xwz

Operations Manager

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Majestic Fire, Inc.
  • Los Angeles
  • CA

Operations Manager in Van Nuys, CA. Min req.: Master's deg. in Bus. Admin., Mgmnt., or rel. field. Mail resume to Majestic Fire, Inc., Attn: McKenzie Stevens, 16134 Valerio St., Van Nuys, CA 91406. recblid bwrhcnyx63uf4g0l89q6om91209yji

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Part Time Television Broadcast Equipment Operator

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • KET
  • Lexington
  • KY

KET is Kentucky’s only statewide media organization, serving more than one million people each week with programs and services that educate, inform, and inspire.  In addition to broadcasting PBS programming, KET produces a variety of award-winning local productions. KET also creates and provides highly regarded instructional resources, reaching students and educators throughout Kentucky and the nation.  KET has the following full-time position opening at its Lexington Network Center.    JOB TITLE: Part Time Television Broadcast Equipment Operator REPORTS TO: Broadcast Operations Manager   RESPONSIBILITIES: Record satellite and studio feeds, while monitoring and assuring that the signals meet with good broadcast engineering practices and FCC standards. Ingest and prepare content for over the air broadcasting or distribution by IT platforms from the network operations center. Monitoring and previewing programming playlists to ensure that all assets are ready for broadcast as scheduled. Managing on-air logs, automation playlists and server-based computer systems in a multi-channel digital television network operations center.  Prepare discrepancy reports regarding scheduling, traffic, and on-air irregularities, ensuring closed captioning is accurate and broadcast maintains FCC requirements. Operation of digital television content recording and playback systems to support studio productions and monitoring of DTV transmitters and towers. Other duties as assigned.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES REQUIRED: High school diploma or GED with 2 years of experience in the operation of digital television broadcast equipment.   SALARY: Dependent on qualifications and experience   Position will remain open until filled.  Equal Opportunity Employer recblid vcfrqhm5ti1yjoqvysyjc9nsb2mu43

Traffic and Interstitial Specialist II

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • KET
  • Lexington
  • KY

KET is Kentucky’s only statewide media organization, serving more than one million people each week with programs and services that educate, inform, and inspire.  In addition to broadcasting PBS programming, KET produces a variety of award-winning local productions. KET also creates and provides highly regarded instructional resources, reaching students and educators throughout Kentucky and the nation.  KET has the following full-time position opening at its Lexington Network Center.    JOB TITLE: Traffic and Interstitial Specialist II REPORTS TO: Traffic Scheduling Manager   RESPONSIBILITIES: Create daily program logs for multiple KET program channels, with primary duties for KET 1, KET KIDS, and KET World. Schedule interstitials for daily program logs as assigned utilizing the Myers ProTrack scheduling system; ensuring break guidelines are followed and spots are scheduled accurately. Implement on-air priorities as designated by the Director of Communications, ensuring that priority spots are in every break. Monitor breaks to ensure appropriate and effective institutional spot content and messaging. Knowledge and understanding of particular audience groups and demographics are important to enhance KET’s marketing initiatives and on-air strategic communications. Monitor breaks to be familiar with institutional spot content and messaging. Schedule pledge breaks within daily logs during fundraising drives, including inserting phone key information and ensuring correct program versions, etc. Cross-check interstitial logs for alternate channels.  Fill in for Traffic Specialist I as needed. Review and finalize program logs and route to appropriate people. Handle and supervise all viewer services activities, including DVD retail orders and Reaction Line initiatives. Work with the Chief Content Officer to insure timely and appropriate notification of those initiatives.  Answer Program Department phones and offer assistance to callers; write and deliver, in a timely manner, accurate phone messages. Respond to viewer questions in a prompt and courteous manner and forward requests to appropriate staff. Check e-mail throughout the day and respond in a timely manner.  Other duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES REQUIRED:   College degree or equivalent experience.  This position requires a keen attention to detail and acumen for accuracy. An ability to consistently meet daily deadlines is crucial.  Must be able to work within a collaborative environment, with good interpersonal skills that effectively represent the Programming Department to the public.     SALARY: Dependent on qualifications and experience Position will remain open until filled.  Equal Opportunity Employer recblid h9p8cj39ipzj4icwdcr32hfilqfwju

Licensed Veterinary Technician

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Midwest Veterinary Partners
  • Novi
  • MI

We are seeking a F/T Licensed Veterinary Technician/ Veterinary Assistant at Indian River Veterinary Clinic. Send resume to [email protected] We are seeking a F/T Licensed Veterinary Technician/ Veterinary Assistant at Indian River Veterinary Clinic. Send resume to [email protected] We are seeking a F/T Licensed Veterinary Technician/ Veterinary Assistant at Indian River Veterinary Clinic. Send resume to [email protected] We are seeking a F/T Licensed Veterinary Technician/ Veterinary Assistant at Indian River Veterinary Clinic. Send resume to [email protected] We are seeking a F/T Licensed Veterinary Technician/ Veterinary Assistant at Indian River Veterinary Clinic. Send resume to [email protected] We are seeking a F/T Licensed Veterinary Technician/ Veterinary Assistant at Indian River Veterinary Clinic. Send resume to [email protected] We are seeking a F/T Licensed Veterinary Technician/ Veterinary Assistant at Indian River Veterinary Clinic. Send resume to [email protected] We are seeking a F/T Licensed Veterinary Technician/ Veterinary Assistant at Indian River Veterinary Clinic. Send resume to [email protected] recblid jau6rmijswxy4qprolz2xw9tznzeel

Clerical Assistant

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Bodman, PLC
  • Cheboygan
  • MI

PART-TIME CLERICAL ASSISTANT for law office - duties include filing, overflow typing and various office tasks and errands.  Must have good organizational, computer, and communications skills.  Must be able to carry file boxes weighing approximately 30 lbs.  Send resume to PO Box 405, Cheboygan, MI 49721   Our Vision : To be the leading Michigan-based law firm, nationally recognized in the industries we serve, through a commitment to exceptional and efficient client service and an enjoyable work environment rooted in collaboration, respect, and diversity. Our Cheboygan office, located in the historic county courthouse, is home to a bank regulatory practice that serves more than 90 financial institutions throughout the state and across the nation. We also provide Northern Michigan manufacturers, governmental agencies, health care providers, service firms, and other businesses with expert counsel in many areas, including labor and employment, real estate, corporate, and litigation. 229 Court Street, P.O. Box 405, Cheboygan, MI 49721, T 231-627-8000 recblid txnnb4qi88bcc10uwdldxxse105pz3

Front Desk Position

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • DAVID A FARENO, DMD
  • Feasterville
  • PA

F/T Front Desk Position for busy Dental Office in Feasterville. Experience helpful. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday. recblid mhle44vaatfbz4ewlgu2vjxz8w29w7

Medical Assistants

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Busy Ent Practice
  • Doylestown
  • PA

F/T Medical Assistants Several Positions Available Busy ENT Practice Doylestown, Lansdale, Sellersville, PA Experience Preferred, Benefit package. Friendly, Caring Workplace. recblid kre9xyw2s5apiyp4gk1fhdm0i1mnrc

Medical Practice Administrator

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Busy Ent Practice
  • Doylestown
  • PA

Medical Practice Administrator Busy, 4 Physician, ENT Specialty 3 Locations: Doylestown, Lansdale & Sellersville. Great Benefits Package! recblid 88r6i9sf7r0qayxlzpdsi5428a9vic

Dump Truck / Stone Slinger

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Pereira And Sons
  • Langhorne
  • PA

Dump Truck / Stone Slinger Full Time, Class A or B CDL required with clean driving record. Mack experience helpful. Will provide training. Must pass physical & drug screening. We offer competitive salary, 401K plan & health insurance. recblid cz5nekl54cc09z7ff2fhhfa6c33ju5

Water Division Manager

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Town OF Jupiter Island
  • Hobe Sound
  • FL

Water Division Manager Town of Jupiter Island -SMRU Reporting Relationships Position Reports to: Utility Director Positions Supervised: Chief Water Plant Operator and Water Plant Operators Distinguishing Features of the Position This is an administrative, managerial position responsible for the overall planning, management and coordination of all aspects of the Water Division. This position is responsible for assuring the production of safe drinking water in accordance with Federal and State regulatory requirements. This position manages staff involved in the daily operation and maintenance of the water wells and water treatment plants. Duties and Responsibilities: Directs and coordinates all operations of the Water Division, including special projects. Must be able to perform all duties and responsibilities associated with the Chief Water Plant Operator and Water Plant Operator positions. Identifies ways to improve water operations and service; provides leadership in productivity and customer service initiatives. Provides direction and guidance to maintain effective work flow. Trains and mentors subordinate staff. Reviews the work of subordinates; prepares performance appraisals. Assists in the Counseling of employees as necessary to improve job performance. Oversees employee schedules and leave forms; approves all pay records. Coordinates the repair and maintenance of all division facilities and equipment. Oversees work performed by outside contractors. Coordinates the maintenance of all division buildings. Develops goals, objectives and procedures as requested. Identifies specifications and requirements for materials and equipment; initiates purchases following established procedures; reviews and approves invoices. Assists Utility Director in the preparation of the budget. Identifies ways to improve the maintenance and life of capital facilities. Reviews reports and logs for regulatory agency reports and internal record keeping; manages the records. Assures that a clean and safe physical environment in the plants and well fields is maintained. Conducts division staff meetings. Assists in Town/SMRU preparations for severe storms, hurricanes and other weather emergencies and is considered an essential first responder following a major weather/emergency event. Assists in post-storm damage assessment, clean-up and repair. Maintains appropriate inventory records. Performs related duties as necessary. Education / Certification: Graduation from high school or equivalent is required. Some college course work or advanced training is required in water operations, supervision, infrastructure management, or related subjects. Florida Class B Water Plant Operator's Certification is required; Class A preferred; must be able to obtain Class A within one year of hire. A valid Florida driver's license is required. Experience: Eight years of progressively responsible experience in water treatment plant operation is required; at least three years of experience should be in a supervisory role. Reverse Osmosis experience is preferred. Other combinations of experience and education may be substituted. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Thorough knowledge of water utility operations and management. Knowledge, skills and abilities associated with the Chief Water Plant Operator and Water Plant Operator positions. Knowledge of scheduling and managing a variety of concurrent tasks. Knowledge of leadership and supervisory styles and techniques. Knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions applicable to water production. Knowledge of hazardous chemical handling and proper emergency response to exposure. Ability to supervise effectively in order to achieve desired work results. Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing. Ability to read, understand and comply with federal, state and local regulations. Ability to read, understand and follow operations and maintenance manuals. Ability to understand and perform basic math. Ability to use computer for writing reports, recording data, E-mail and Internet. Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Ability to manage staff under stressful situations. Ability to operate specialized computer systems used in water production and distribution. Ability to maintain records and prepare clear and concise reports regarding plant operation. Ability to work cooperatively with utility staff, management and the general public. Ability to analyze problems and identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions, and recommend solutions. Ability to determine the best course of action in a variety of circumstances. Working Conditions: Must be able to work outside in all types of weather conditions while performing job duties; must be able to work indoors with or near toxic or caustic chemicals; must be able to work around loud noises, mechanical and electrical hazards; must be able to work within confined spaces occasionally. Must be able to work with physical dexterity, walking or standing for long periods of time; must be able to lift or move 50 pounds routinely, and move up to 100 pounds on occasion; must be able to use sensory perception (sight, hearing, touch, smell) to help determine the nature of a situation and to help make operational decisions. Water Division Manager Town of Jupiter Island /South Martin Regional Utility Disclaimer: Intent and Function of Job Descriptions Job descriptions are not intended as and do not create employment contracts. The organization maintains its status as an at-will employer. Employees can be terminated for any reason not prohibited by law. Job descriptions assist organizations in ensuring that the hiring process is fairly administered and that qualified employees are selected. They are also essential to an effective appraisal system and related promotion, transfer, layoff and termination decisions. Well constructed job descriptions are an integral part of any effective compensation system. All descriptions have been reviewed in an attempt to illustrate job functions and basic duties, in addition to 'peripheral tasks' or that could generally be considered "other duties as assigned". In no instance, however, should the duties, responsibilities, and requirements be interpreted as all-inclusive. Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate. Requirements, skills and abilities included have been determined to illustrate the minimal standards required to successfully perform the positions. DFWP/EEO recblid ecja299o2hd0tllon0sq515mnwysyb

Medical Assistant

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Confidential
  • Savannah
  • GA

Medical Assistant Full Time in Savannah   recblid 3gehv2sv0hgh9phyjn9z936ke7xcq4

Lead Line Cook

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Bolton Orchards
  • Bolton
  • MA

Lead Line Cook Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Additional hours on the weekend if interested. recblid 14kwvamm3h7dib73dc0mzz2baktvtq

Instructional Assistant, Behavior

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Oak Park Unified School District
  • Oak Park
  • CA

OAK PARK UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT is hiring Instruction Assistants! INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT III-  BEHAVIOR(IA III)  $18.71 - $23.6520.00 - 30 .00 hours per week  To be considered for the position, Candidates must include:* Resume  * Letter of Introduction* Letters of Recommendation, and click to … APPLY ON OUR EDJOIN DEFINITION This is a 4.5 to 6 hour position working with special education students between the ages of 3 and 21, with the specific assignment based on the needs of the student(s) and SALARY: $18.71 - $23.65 (See current classified salary schedules on our website) Under the supervision of a Principal and the direction of a behavior specialist, certificated teacher and/or other certificated personnel, assist educators in providing intensive behavior intervention (as well as academic and other support) to individual or small groups of students with special needs and identified disabilities, in general or special education environments; utilize knowledge of applied behavior analysis and methodology; prepare instructional materials; and perform clerical duties including data collection and progress monitoring in support of student performance and behavior. ESSENTIAL DUTIES Under the direction of a behavior specialist, certificated teacher and/or other appropriate certificated personnel, implement intensive behavioral intervention to select individual or small groups of students with exceptional needs; provide support to specialists and other educators by implementing visual, behavioral, social, and/or communication strategies that enhance student behavior and performance; prepare and develop age/grade appropriate instructional materials to support the intervention and subject matter being taught; participate as appropriate in consultation with educational teams to develop and refine behavior intervention strategies; provide input to special education specialists on student performance, progress, and behavior; alert appropriate team members of any special problems or information concerning student(s); observe, monitor, control, and redirect behavior of students within approved guidelines and established behavior plans; use approved techniques for responding to students whose behavior may escalate to self injurious or physically aggressive; develop and use incentives as positive reinforcement; demonstrate knowledge of prompting hierarchies to avoid prompt dependence; facilitate the development of independence and generalization of learned behaviors and skills to multiple settings; maintain confidentiality; respond to student behaviors in a discreet manner that maintains the student’s integrity; remain current in the knowledge and application of applied behavior analysis by participation in on-going trainings, workshops, and seminars provided by the District, Ventura County SELPA, or other approved agencies; perform other duties as assigned that support the overall objectives of the position.   EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS   Knowledge of: Working knowledge of the principles and practices of applied behavior analysis and positive behavior support; knowledge of autism and other developmental disabilities; basic knowledge of document requirements for special education students and programs; knowledge of and skills at using computers and other equipment to support learning, record information, adapt materials, and send communications; effective interpersonal skills; effective oral and written communication skills; proficiency with data collection methods. Ability to: Work successfully with students with severe developmental delays and/or behavior challenges; apply principles of reinforcement and applied behavior analysis; interact cooperatively with certificated and classified staff, students, parents, and administrators. Education and Work Experience:           A high school diploma (or its equivalent)          One year of experience working with students in an organized setting          Two years of college (48 units) OR an AA degree (or higher)          Completion of Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) training          Minimum of 20 hours of specialized training in the area of autism/applied behavior analysis          Minimum of 10 hours of supervision by a behavior specialist, school psychologist, or other appropriate personnel.   WORKING CONDITIONS General or special education learning environments; other locations on campus as appropriate to support students with special needs.   PHYSICAL ABILITIES • Visual capability to read handwritten or typed documents, and the display screen of various office equipment and machines. • Able to conduct verbal conversation. • Able to hear normal range verbal conversation (approximately 60 decibels). • Able to sit, stand, stoop, kneel, bend, walk. • Able to climb slopes, stairs, steps, and ladders. • Able to sit for sustained periods of time. • Able to kneel or squat for extended periods of time. • Able to lift up to 70 pounds frequently, and 80 occasionally. • Able to carry up to 70 pounds frequently, and 80 occasionally. • Able to push and pull objects weighing up to 80 pounds. • Able to sustain strenuous manual labor for 4 hours with legal breaks. • Able to exhibit full range of motion for shoulder external rotation and internal rotation. • Able to exhibit full range of motion for shoulder abduction and adduction. • Able to exhibit full range of motions for shoulder extension and flexion. • Able to exhibit full range of motion for elbow flexion and extension. • Able to exhibit full range of motion for back lateral flexion. • Able to exhibit full range of motion for hip flexion and extension. • Able to exhibit full range of motion for knee flexion. • Able to demonstrate manual dexterity necessary to assist students with buttoning clothing and eating, operate a computer or assist staff with toileting procedures. • Able to operate a variety of office and audio-visual equipment in a safe and efficient   To be considered for the position, Candidates must include:* Resume  * Letter of Introduction* Letters of Recommendation, and click to … APPLY ON OUR EDJOIN recblid f67k3pk3br7odteypvl0c741uohkf5

Instructional Assistant, Special Education

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Oak Park Unified School District
  • Oak Park
  • CA

OAK PARK UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT is hiring Instruction Assistants! INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT II- SPECIAL EDUCATION (IA II)  $17.52 - $22.06 up to 18.75 Hr./Wk To be considered for the position, Candidates must include:* Resume  * Letter of Introduction* Letters of Recommendation, and click to … APPLY ON OUR EDJOIN   DEFINITION This is a part time position/full time position working with special education students between the ages of 3 and 21, with the specific assignment based on the needs of the student and program. SALARY:  $17.52 - $22.06 (See current classified salary schedules on our website) Under the supervision of a Principal and the direction of certificated staff, assist in providing and reinforcing instruction to individual or small groups of students with special needs and identified disabilities in general or special education environments; prepare instructional materials; provide assistance with self help skills and personal hygiene; and perform clerical duties in support of student performance and behavior. ESSENTIAL DUTIES Assist a certificated teacher in providing academic instruction to individual or small groups of students with special needs and identified disabilities in special or general education environments; provide support to special education students in areas including social skills, motor skills, behavior management, personal hygiene, independence, and self help skills; maintain order in the absence of the teacher; administer individual and group tests; score objective tests and student assignments; maintain student attendance and progress records; collect specific data under the direction of the teacher; escort students to other areas on campus as needed to assist them and monitor their behavior; operate audio-visual equipment and other instructional equipment; communicate with teachers regarding individual student progress and behavior; recommend to teachers modified instructional materials to meet individual student needs; utilize approved behavior management techniques under the direction of the teacher; perform clerical duties in support of classroom activities such as duplicating and filing instructional materials; inventory and order supplies; perform related duties as assigned. EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS Knowledge of: Basic principles of child guidance and early childhood development; special needs and problems of students with disabilities; basic subjects taught; oral and written communication skills; record keeping methods; effective interpersonal skills. Ability to: Assist a certificated teacher in an assigned learning environment; tutor students with disabilities in a general or special education setting; reinforce materials presented by the teacher; relate effectively to students with special needs; perform clerical support duties including data collection and progress monitoring; work effectively and cooperatively with teachers, students, parents, and administrators; learn the methods, procedures and limitations of the assignment; monitor students in the classroom and in other locations on Education and Work Experience: A high school diploma (or its equivalent, one year of experience working with students in an organized setting, AND two years of college (48 units) OR an AA degree (or higher). WORKING CONDITIONS General or special education learning environments; other locations on campus as appropriate to support students with special needs. PHYSICAL ABILITIES • Visual capability to read handwritten or typed documents, and the display screen of various office equipment and machines. • Able to conduct verbal conversation. • Able to hear normal range verbal conversation (approximately 60 decibels). • Able to sit, stand, stoop, kneel, bend, walk. • Able to climb slopes, stairs, steps, and ladders. • Able to sit for sustained periods of time. • Able to kneel or squat for extended periods of time. • Able to lift up to 70 pounds frequently, and 80 occasionally. • Able to carry up to 70 pounds frequently, and 80 occasionally. • Able to push and pull objects weighing up to 80 pounds. • Able to sustain strenuous manual labor for 4 hours with legal breaks. • Able to exhibit full range of motion for shoulder external rotation and internal rotation. • Able to exhibit full range of motion for shoulder abduction and adduction. • Able to exhibit full range of motions for shoulder extension and flexion. • Able to exhibit full range of motion for elbow flexion and extension. • Able to exhibit full range of motion for back lateral flexion. • Able to exhibit full range of motion for hip flexion and extension. • Able to exhibit full range of motion for knee flexion. • Able to demonstrate manual dexterity necessary to assist students with buttoning clothing and eating, operate a computer or assist staff with toileting procedures. • Able to operate a variety of office and audio-visual equipment in a safe and efficient   To be considered for the position, Candidates must include:* Resume  * Letter of Introduction* Letters of Recommendation, and click to … APPLY ON OUR EDJOIN recblid qreytc7g0g861xtsd2lacqw40edycf

Senior Developer #L5364

newabout 1 hour ago
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  • Confidential
  • La Mirada
  • CA

Interamerican Motor LLC d/b/a IMC Powered by Parts Authority seeks in Canoga Park, CA: Senior Developer with MS in Computer Science or any Engineering field plus 2 years of experience in job offered or sub sim pos, or BS in Computer Science or any Engineering field plus 5 years experience in job offered or sub sim pos. recblid 8a310xikj5lbr4fx38lnrbxg7zmens

Personal assitant

newabout 3 hours ago
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  • Mar Group
  • Seattle
  • WA

About this JobWe are a nationwide distributor and manufacturer of electrical products. The Office/Warehouse Administrative position, is a blend

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Solaris administrator

newabout 3 hours ago
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  • Info Tech, Inc.
  • Raleigh
  • NC

The Systems Admin will support and manage all aspects of planning, configuring, deploying, supporting, and decommissioning Solaris systems. Admin will

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