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Welder/Fitter

newabout 2 hours ago
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Ferry Industries, Inc., Stow, OH is looking for a skilled worker as noted below. - Welder/Fitter Qualifications: - Five years' experience in job-shop - High school graduate or equivalent - Must be able to read and work from blueprints - Must have own tools required for the position - Must be physically able to: - Lift 50 lbs. - Work 4-5 hour periods with a ten-minute break - Be able to work in areas requiring bending, stooping, turning, twisting, etc. Starting rate will depend upon individuals qualifications. Competitive wages & benefits package including United Steelworkers' Health & Welfare Plan. recblid hu08p64w9wq8e6ro2bodfouc2d428s

Taquero / Taquera

newabout 2 hours ago
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Se Solicita: Taquero/A M√≠nimo 2 a√Īos Exp. 143 S. Verdugo Rd. Glendale, CA 91205. recblid snafp07hzpy6c5egeaovp3w9k4uupi

RN - Clinic Supervisor

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • Wichita
  • KS

Day schedule, Monday - Friday, medical office, no call. Will manage staff and assist with nursing duties. Must have current KS RN license, EHR & supervisory experience, preferably in a medical setting. Excellent benefit package. This company provides equal employment opportunities to all employees & applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. This company complies with applicable state & local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.  This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.  This company expressly prohibits any forms of unlawful employee harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status.   recblid l1pzlr575nn5p4brab90p3m9kc985c

Marketing Aid - Creative Design

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • Wentzville
  • MO

Salary:¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† $15.34 - $17.97 Hourly ¬† Location:¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† City Hall, 1001 Schroeder Creek Blvd. Wentzville ¬† Job Type:¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Part-time ¬† Department:¬† PARKS & RECREATION ¬† Closing:¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† 8/30/2019 5:00 PM Central ¬† Summary: Adventurers wanted! The City of Wentzville is seeking a Marketing Aid¬†- Creative Design. The City was recently named to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch 2019 Top Workplaces list. This list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey, which measures several aspects of workplace culture, including how employees feel about pay, benefits, managers and leadership ‚Äď just to name a few. The City of Wentzville was the only municipal government to be honored this year. ¬† Current employees note that working for the City of Wentzville offers great opportunity for growth. ¬†The people are truly amazing, the benefits speak for themselves and there's always room for advancement. ¬† Are you ready for an adventure? Complete an application for the opportunity to join our team! This is a part time position not eligible for benefits.¬† Works to achieve and communicate the City's vision and goals through the application of various design or media occupations, including photography, graphic design, graphic art, or web page design support and artistic services. Develops and designs two dimensional or photographic images for use in a variety of internal and external communication materials or for web pages in a positive, creative manner using computer software, computer programming skills, digital photography, or other media. Advises internal customers on graphic design options and makes recommendations to meet desired outcomes within budgetary and deadline constraints. For priority consideration, submit application by 8/19/19. Essential & Ancillary Job Duties: Essential Job Duties¬† - Work with the Department to provide graphic design and marketing materials for addressing issues and promoting programs, services, or events. - Provide artistic direction for internal and external communication materials including brochures, newsletters, displays, presentations, advertisements, logos, and other materials. - Develop and coordinate graphic concepts and conduct research to determine the priority, method, and materials to be used; prepare preliminary layouts and conceptual schematic studies related to departmental goals. - Provide graphic design support for the Department's web site and social media sites, which can include assisting with design of site styles, page layouts, information architecture, navigation schema, online graphics, advertisements, multimedia, and related materials. - Collaborate with web team and internal customers in developing site designs. - Develop custom text and graphic content and adapt existing content to a web-friendly format. - Create graphics, page layouts, and design templates for City websites in order to enhance and maintain the City's web presence and online marketing efforts. Schedules social media posts. - Photograph City events and members in a positive, creative manner for city, local, state, and regional publications. Perform all aspects of photographic production from initial concept through final production. - Assign and direct volunteers to help photograph events; coordinate and schedule photo shoots. - Stay current with new algorithms added to social media sites in order to increase the impact of each social media post. Ancillary Job Duties - Relieve superiors of routine administrative tasks. - Performs other duties as deemed necessary or assigned. Job Qualifications & Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Job Qualifications¬†‚Äď Education, experience and training that are required or desirable in order to effectively perform the job at the time of hire.¬† An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered.¬† Additional requirements and/or substitutions may be requested and require the approval of HR. - Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Graphic Design, Graphic Art, Web Page Design, Marketing, or a related field desired. - Minimum of one year of related, professional experience required.¬† - Experience with social media marketing is required. - Experience in a public sector/government environment is desired. - Valid driver's license required. - Must have professional presentation skills; experience operating audio/video equipment is desired. - Must be highly proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, graphic design software, and web content management applications such as: Adobe Creative Suite, Photoshop, Illustrator, ImageReady, InDesign, Acrobat Pro, Macromedia Flash, Fireworks, Dreamweaver, HTML, XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities ‚ÄstMay be representative, but not all-inclusive, of those knowledge, skills and abilities commonly associated with this position. - Knowledge of the principles and practices of marketing, photography, graphic, and web design. - Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Acrobat Pro. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office as well. - Knowledge of artistic principles, graphic design industry standards, and print production processes in order to manage all aspects of print production in the development of communication materials. - Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. - Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work as well as concentrate on multiple tasks simultaneously. Work Environment & Physical Abilities: Work Environment¬†‚Äď Environmental or atmospheric conditions commonly associated with the performance of the duties of this job. - Indoor and outdoor work environment. - Occasionally required to work in inclement weather conditions, rain, and heat. - Occasionally required to work around hazardous traffic conditions during events - Exposed to moderate noise levels. Physical Abilities¬†‚Äď The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential duties of this job.¬† Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential duties. - Must be able to sit for extended periods of time. - Must be able to stand and walk occasionally. - Must be able to speak and hear clearly. - Must be able to perform repetitive wrist, hand, and/or finger movement. - Must have finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination. - Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds. - Must have clarity of vision and the ability to adjust focus. - Regular attendance is a necessary and essential job duty. APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: http://www.wentzvillemo.org ¬† 1001 Schroeder Creek Blvd Wentzville, Missouri, 63385 636-639-2190¬† 636-639-2007 recblid 0r1er27tzi54ysihjbjxuseg885qgc

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Legal Administrative Assistant

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • Minneapolis
  • MN

Ballard Spahr LLP is seeking a Legal Administrative Assistant to work Monday through Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on the Attorney Support Team.  This position can be located in the Philadelphia or Minneapolis office. The team supports lawyers in Ballard Spahrs offices across the country. The ideal candidate is enterprising, eager, energetic, efficient, and accountable. The selected individual must be able to effectively communicate and exercise good judgment in a professional environment.  This person must manage multiple priorities and should have an affinity for working in a fast-paced environment.  The successful candidate will be able to provide personalized and committed support to lawyers in a team environment. The position requires proficiency with Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and Outlook. Advanced-to-expert skills in Word, with an ability to format legal documents using styles and templates, create tables of contents, and run blacklines is essential. Expertise in Excel and PowerPoint is a plus. Experience with a document management system is useful.  Prior experience in transactional and/or litigation support is required. College degree preferred. Ballard Spahr is not accepting resumes from search firms for this position. Excellent compensation, a comprehensive benefits package and a generous paid time off program is offered.  For immediate consideration, please visit our career page http://www.ballardspahr.com/Careers.aspx and apply online. Ballard Spahr is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a culturally diverse environment. The firm encourages applications from a diverse pool of candidates, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, age, national origin, handicap or disability, citizenship, sex, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, transgender status, sex stereotyping, genetic information, ancestry, veteran status or any other category protected by applicable law. recblid tolppomz88n5ueoqj6qx7r003apqlv

FBI Honors Internship Program

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • Long Beach
  • CA

The FBI Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for undergraduate and graduate college students. While exploring the FBI‚Äôs exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at an FBI Headquarters location or in one of our 56 field offices located across the country. This internship offers students an unmatched opportunity to help the FBI achieve its mission to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution. FBI hiring managers seek applicants from a wide range of majors. Selected interns will be placed in assignments based on their location preferences, educational background, skill sets, and unique life experiences.¬† ¬† In the application, you must identify your preferred work location(s). For more information about the different FBI Headquarters Divisions located in the Washington, D.C. area, a list of Headquarters Divisions outside of the Washington, D.C. area or¬†to locate the field office closest to you, visit:¬†www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices.¬†In the application, you can select up to six (6) preferred work locations. If you are only interested or available to work in one location, then select only one location and leave the remaining five selections blank.¬† ¬† Relocation and housing costs are not provided. If you receive an offer for your selected preferred work location, but are no longer available to work at that location, the offer may be rescinded before the start of the program.¬† ¬†¬† Key Requirements - ¬† You must attend on a full-time basis an accredited college or university within the United States as an undergraduate (including two-year technical programs), graduate, or post-doctoral student. You are not eligible if you will graduate before the program start date (June 2020); however, an exception will be made if you will continue your education in the semester following your graduation. For example, if you are on track to graduate in June 2020 and will attend graduate school in Fall 2020, you are eligible to apply for this internship. 2. ¬† You must have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. If you are a first-semester freshman, or your school does not provide a GPA, you must have maintained a 3.0 high school GPA, and meet one of the following alternate criteria: - SAT: 1500 out of 2400, or 1000 out of 1600 (most recent SATs) - ACT: 21 or higher - ¬† You must be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance and be located in the continental United States, Hawaii or San Juan for the duration of your background investigation. Background Investigation ¬† Those selected by an FBI hiring manager must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation as a condition of placement/retention in the position. Before that investigation is initiated, you must complete the SF-86: Questionnaire for National Security Positions. You must then meet with a special agent for an interview, pass a polygraph examination focused on your responses on the SF-86, and pass a urinalysis drug test. The background investigation will include a check of your credit history and criminal record, and interviews with prior employers, references, co-workers, personal associates, family members, and friends. Based on the information obtained during this background investigation, you may be disqualified from selection or removed from employment.¬† ¬† Selected candidates cannot begin the internship until the background investigation has been completed and the candidate is cleared for hire. A background investigation can take 6 to 8 months to process; that timeline varies, depending on the complexity of the candidate‚Äôs background, the number of places lived, overseas travel, and more. The FBI cannot guarantee that a selected candidate‚Äôs background investigation will be completed in time to begin the internship.¬† ¬† To best manage the process, the FBI has deadlines for key milestones in the background investigation:¬† - Those selected candidates who have not successfully completed their SF-86, interview, polygraph, and drug test by January 17, 2020, will be discontinued from the process. - Those selected candidates whose investigative phase of their background is not completed by May 1, 2020, will also be discontinued. Automatic Disqualifiers ¬† You must meet ALL eligibility requirements posted on our Employment Eligibility¬†page. During the polygraph, you will be asked questions related to these requirements. You will be¬†automatically eliminated from the application process¬†if you meet any of the following disqualifiers: - Are not a U.S. Citizen (born or naturalized)¬† - Have been convicted of a felony - Have used illegal drugs in violation of the FBI Employment Drug Policy - Have defaulted on a student loan insured by the U.S. Government - Have failed an FBI-administered urinalysis drug test - Have failed to register with the Selective Service System (males only ‚Äď exceptions apply.) ¬† Please note: If you do not meet all of the key requirements or you have any of the automatic disqualifiers, you are NOT eligible for the Honors Intern Program and/or employment with the FBI.¬† ¬† If you fail the polygraph because you withheld information about illegal drug use, criminal activity, or any other violation, you will be automatically disqualified from this and ALL future employment with the FBI. Also, failing the polygraph or background investigation will likely negatively affect future employment opportunities with the U.S. Intelligence Community and with any other agency of the federal government. ¬† Completing the Application ¬† You must complete the application and submit all required documents by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 15, 2019.¬†If applying online is a hardship, please request assistance by sending an email before the application closing date to¬†[email protected]¬†with ‚ÄúIntern Application Hardship‚ÄĚ in the subject line.¬† ¬† If you are selected for the program, you will have to go to the FBI Field Office closest to your address for the interview, polygraph, and drug test. To determine which field office you will visit, you must list the address where you will be for the majority of time from October 1 to December 31. Most likely, that will be your school address. Be sure that you enter the correct address so you can be assigned to the appropriate field office.¬† ¬† Required Documents ¬† Along with a completed application, you must submit the following additional documentation: Unofficial Transcript, the Official School Certification Form, and the Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. You must provide¬†all¬†required documents before the application closes on 09/15/2019 at 11:59 PM ET to be considered for the Honors Intern Program.¬†If you are missing any of the required documents, your application will be discontinued.¬† ¬†¬† If your school registrar or dean cannot complete the Official School Certification Form by the close of the application, you may sign the bottom of that document and upload your signed form. However, if you are selected for an interview, the Official School Certification Form completed by the registrar or dean must be uploaded to your FBIJobs.gov account by the time of your interview.¬† ¬† Required documents must be uploaded as .pdf files.¬†Do not submit any of these file types: HTML, TIF, JPEG, DOC, DOCX, Password Protected, or Web Link. ¬† In some circumstances, you may be required to submit additional documents. If any of the following situations apply to you, submit the documents noted below:¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Freshmen/No GPA:Unofficial College Transcripts, High School Transcripts, SAT/ACT Score(s), Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Your unofficial transcripts must show that you have enrolled in classes and are a full-time student at an accredited institution.¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Transfer/Graduate Students:Unofficial Transcripts from previous school, Unofficial Transcripts from current school, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form.¬† - If you are¬†graduating before the program starts, you must provide proof of continuing your education to be eligible for the Honors Internship Program. You must submit these forms at the time of application: Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Participation in the Honors Internship Program will be contingent on receipt of the Acceptance Letter. ¬†¬† - Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, and DD-214¬† - Disabled Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, DD-214, SF-15, and VA letter dated 1991 or later. recblid mig01s7t6on3a55jbg8yo2jj5lvagr

FBI Honors Internship Program

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • Dallas
  • TX

The FBI Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for undergraduate and graduate college students. While exploring the FBI‚Äôs exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at an FBI Headquarters location or in one of our 56 field offices located across the country. This internship offers students an unmatched opportunity to help the FBI achieve its mission to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution. FBI hiring managers seek applicants from a wide range of majors. Selected interns will be placed in assignments based on their location preferences, educational background, skill sets, and unique life experiences.¬† ¬† In the application, you must identify your preferred work location(s). For more information about the different FBI Headquarters Divisions located in the Washington, D.C. area, a list of Headquarters Divisions outside of the Washington, D.C. area or¬†to locate the field office closest to you, visit:¬†www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices.¬†In the application, you can select up to six (6) preferred work locations. If you are only interested or available to work in one location, then select only one location and leave the remaining five selections blank.¬† ¬† Relocation and housing costs are not provided. If you receive an offer for your selected preferred work location, but are no longer available to work at that location, the offer may be rescinded before the start of the program.¬† ¬†¬† Key Requirements - ¬† You must attend on a full-time basis an accredited college or university within the United States as an undergraduate (including two-year technical programs), graduate, or post-doctoral student. You are not eligible if you will graduate before the program start date (June 2020); however, an exception will be made if you will continue your education in the semester following your graduation. For example, if you are on track to graduate in June 2020 and will attend graduate school in Fall 2020, you are eligible to apply for this internship. 2. ¬† You must have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. If you are a first-semester freshman, or your school does not provide a GPA, you must have maintained a 3.0 high school GPA, and meet one of the following alternate criteria: - SAT: 1500 out of 2400, or 1000 out of 1600 (most recent SATs) - ACT: 21 or higher - ¬† You must be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance and be located in the continental United States, Hawaii or San Juan for the duration of your background investigation. Background Investigation ¬† Those selected by an FBI hiring manager must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation as a condition of placement/retention in the position. Before that investigation is initiated, you must complete the SF-86: Questionnaire for National Security Positions. You must then meet with a special agent for an interview, pass a polygraph examination focused on your responses on the SF-86, and pass a urinalysis drug test. The background investigation will include a check of your credit history and criminal record, and interviews with prior employers, references, co-workers, personal associates, family members, and friends. Based on the information obtained during this background investigation, you may be disqualified from selection or removed from employment.¬† ¬† Selected candidates cannot begin the internship until the background investigation has been completed and the candidate is cleared for hire. A background investigation can take 6 to 8 months to process; that timeline varies, depending on the complexity of the candidate‚Äôs background, the number of places lived, overseas travel, and more. The FBI cannot guarantee that a selected candidate‚Äôs background investigation will be completed in time to begin the internship.¬† ¬† To best manage the process, the FBI has deadlines for key milestones in the background investigation:¬† - Those selected candidates who have not successfully completed their SF-86, interview, polygraph, and drug test by January 17, 2020, will be discontinued from the process. - Those selected candidates whose investigative phase of their background is not completed by May 1, 2020, will also be discontinued. Automatic Disqualifiers ¬† You must meet ALL eligibility requirements posted on our Employment Eligibility¬†page. During the polygraph, you will be asked questions related to these requirements. You will be¬†automatically eliminated from the application process¬†if you meet any of the following disqualifiers: - Are not a U.S. Citizen (born or naturalized)¬† - Have been convicted of a felony - Have used illegal drugs in violation of the FBI Employment Drug Policy - Have defaulted on a student loan insured by the U.S. Government - Have failed an FBI-administered urinalysis drug test - Have failed to register with the Selective Service System (males only ‚Äď exceptions apply.) ¬† Please note: If you do not meet all of the key requirements or you have any of the automatic disqualifiers, you are NOT eligible for the Honors Intern Program and/or employment with the FBI.¬† ¬† If you fail the polygraph because you withheld information about illegal drug use, criminal activity, or any other violation, you will be automatically disqualified from this and ALL future employment with the FBI. Also, failing the polygraph or background investigation will likely negatively affect future employment opportunities with the U.S. Intelligence Community and with any other agency of the federal government. ¬† Completing the Application ¬† You must complete the application and submit all required documents by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 15, 2019.¬†If applying online is a hardship, please request assistance by sending an email before the application closing date to¬†[email protected]¬†with ‚ÄúIntern Application Hardship‚ÄĚ in the subject line.¬† ¬† If you are selected for the program, you will have to go to the FBI Field Office closest to your address for the interview, polygraph, and drug test. To determine which field office you will visit, you must list the address where you will be for the majority of time from October 1 to December 31. Most likely, that will be your school address. Be sure that you enter the correct address so you can be assigned to the appropriate field office.¬† ¬† Required Documents ¬† Along with a completed application, you must submit the following additional documentation: Unofficial Transcript, the Official School Certification Form, and the Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. You must provide¬†all¬†required documents before the application closes on 09/15/2019 at 11:59 PM ET to be considered for the Honors Intern Program.¬†If you are missing any of the required documents, your application will be discontinued.¬† ¬†¬† If your school registrar or dean cannot complete the Official School Certification Form by the close of the application, you may sign the bottom of that document and upload your signed form. However, if you are selected for an interview, the Official School Certification Form completed by the registrar or dean must be uploaded to your FBIJobs.gov account by the time of your interview.¬† ¬† Required documents must be uploaded as .pdf files.¬†Do not submit any of these file types: HTML, TIF, JPEG, DOC, DOCX, Password Protected, or Web Link. ¬† In some circumstances, you may be required to submit additional documents. If any of the following situations apply to you, submit the documents noted below:¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Freshmen/No GPA:Unofficial College Transcripts, High School Transcripts, SAT/ACT Score(s), Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Your unofficial transcripts must show that you have enrolled in classes and are a full-time student at an accredited institution.¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Transfer/Graduate Students:Unofficial Transcripts from previous school, Unofficial Transcripts from current school, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form.¬† - If you are¬†graduating before the program starts, you must provide proof of continuing your education to be eligible for the Honors Internship Program. You must submit these forms at the time of application: Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Participation in the Honors Internship Program will be contingent on receipt of the Acceptance Letter. ¬†¬† - Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, and DD-214¬† - Disabled Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, DD-214, SF-15, and VA letter dated 1991 or later. recblid kkgp3x6lwl4hrcpf6cw4zxt7b5y1xw

FBI Honors Internship Program

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • Los Angeles
  • CA

The FBI Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for undergraduate and graduate college students. While exploring the FBI‚Äôs exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at an FBI Headquarters location or in one of our 56 field offices located across the country. This internship offers students an unmatched opportunity to help the FBI achieve its mission to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution. FBI hiring managers seek applicants from a wide range of majors. Selected interns will be placed in assignments based on their location preferences, educational background, skill sets, and unique life experiences.¬† ¬† In the application, you must identify your preferred work location(s). For more information about the different FBI Headquarters Divisions located in the Washington, D.C. area, a list of Headquarters Divisions outside of the Washington, D.C. area or¬†to locate the field office closest to you, visit:¬†www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices.¬†In the application, you can select up to six (6) preferred work locations. If you are only interested or available to work in one location, then select only one location and leave the remaining five selections blank.¬† ¬† Relocation and housing costs are not provided. If you receive an offer for your selected preferred work location, but are no longer available to work at that location, the offer may be rescinded before the start of the program.¬† ¬†¬† Key Requirements - ¬† You must attend on a full-time basis an accredited college or university within the United States as an undergraduate (including two-year technical programs), graduate, or post-doctoral student. You are not eligible if you will graduate before the program start date (June 2020); however, an exception will be made if you will continue your education in the semester following your graduation. For example, if you are on track to graduate in June 2020 and will attend graduate school in Fall 2020, you are eligible to apply for this internship. 2. ¬† You must have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. If you are a first-semester freshman, or your school does not provide a GPA, you must have maintained a 3.0 high school GPA, and meet one of the following alternate criteria: - SAT: 1500 out of 2400, or 1000 out of 1600 (most recent SATs) - ACT: 21 or higher - ¬† You must be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance and be located in the continental United States, Hawaii or San Juan for the duration of your background investigation. Background Investigation ¬† Those selected by an FBI hiring manager must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation as a condition of placement/retention in the position. Before that investigation is initiated, you must complete the SF-86: Questionnaire for National Security Positions. You must then meet with a special agent for an interview, pass a polygraph examination focused on your responses on the SF-86, and pass a urinalysis drug test. The background investigation will include a check of your credit history and criminal record, and interviews with prior employers, references, co-workers, personal associates, family members, and friends. Based on the information obtained during this background investigation, you may be disqualified from selection or removed from employment.¬† ¬† Selected candidates cannot begin the internship until the background investigation has been completed and the candidate is cleared for hire. A background investigation can take 6 to 8 months to process; that timeline varies, depending on the complexity of the candidate‚Äôs background, the number of places lived, overseas travel, and more. The FBI cannot guarantee that a selected candidate‚Äôs background investigation will be completed in time to begin the internship.¬† ¬† To best manage the process, the FBI has deadlines for key milestones in the background investigation:¬† - Those selected candidates who have not successfully completed their SF-86, interview, polygraph, and drug test by January 17, 2020, will be discontinued from the process. - Those selected candidates whose investigative phase of their background is not completed by May 1, 2020, will also be discontinued. Automatic Disqualifiers ¬† You must meet ALL eligibility requirements posted on our Employment Eligibility¬†page. During the polygraph, you will be asked questions related to these requirements. You will be¬†automatically eliminated from the application process¬†if you meet any of the following disqualifiers: - Are not a U.S. Citizen (born or naturalized)¬† - Have been convicted of a felony - Have used illegal drugs in violation of the FBI Employment Drug Policy - Have defaulted on a student loan insured by the U.S. Government - Have failed an FBI-administered urinalysis drug test - Have failed to register with the Selective Service System (males only ‚Äď exceptions apply.) ¬† Please note: If you do not meet all of the key requirements or you have any of the automatic disqualifiers, you are NOT eligible for the Honors Intern Program and/or employment with the FBI.¬† ¬† If you fail the polygraph because you withheld information about illegal drug use, criminal activity, or any other violation, you will be automatically disqualified from this and ALL future employment with the FBI. Also, failing the polygraph or background investigation will likely negatively affect future employment opportunities with the U.S. Intelligence Community and with any other agency of the federal government. ¬† Completing the Application ¬† You must complete the application and submit all required documents by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 15, 2019.¬†If applying online is a hardship, please request assistance by sending an email before the application closing date to¬†[email protected]¬†with ‚ÄúIntern Application Hardship‚ÄĚ in the subject line.¬† ¬† If you are selected for the program, you will have to go to the FBI Field Office closest to your address for the interview, polygraph, and drug test. To determine which field office you will visit, you must list the address where you will be for the majority of time from October 1 to December 31. Most likely, that will be your school address. Be sure that you enter the correct address so you can be assigned to the appropriate field office.¬† ¬† Required Documents ¬† Along with a completed application, you must submit the following additional documentation: Unofficial Transcript, the Official School Certification Form, and the Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. You must provide¬†all¬†required documents before the application closes on 09/15/2019 at 11:59 PM ET to be considered for the Honors Intern Program.¬†If you are missing any of the required documents, your application will be discontinued.¬† ¬†¬† If your school registrar or dean cannot complete the Official School Certification Form by the close of the application, you may sign the bottom of that document and upload your signed form. However, if you are selected for an interview, the Official School Certification Form completed by the registrar or dean must be uploaded to your FBIJobs.gov account by the time of your interview.¬† ¬† Required documents must be uploaded as .pdf files.¬†Do not submit any of these file types: HTML, TIF, JPEG, DOC, DOCX, Password Protected, or Web Link. ¬† In some circumstances, you may be required to submit additional documents. If any of the following situations apply to you, submit the documents noted below:¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Freshmen/No GPA:Unofficial College Transcripts, High School Transcripts, SAT/ACT Score(s), Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Your unofficial transcripts must show that you have enrolled in classes and are a full-time student at an accredited institution.¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Transfer/Graduate Students:Unofficial Transcripts from previous school, Unofficial Transcripts from current school, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form.¬† - If you are¬†graduating before the program starts, you must provide proof of continuing your education to be eligible for the Honors Internship Program. You must submit these forms at the time of application: Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Participation in the Honors Internship Program will be contingent on receipt of the Acceptance Letter. ¬†¬† - Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, and DD-214¬† - Disabled Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, DD-214, SF-15, and VA letter dated 1991 or later. recblid dvli0on8ss7qc9g8czjk8vcwbbmjlt

FBI Honors Internship Program

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • Washington
  • DC

The FBI Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for undergraduate and graduate college students. While exploring the FBI‚Äôs exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at an FBI Headquarters location or in one of our 56 field offices located across the country. This internship offers students an unmatched opportunity to help the FBI achieve its mission to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution. FBI hiring managers seek applicants from a wide range of majors. Selected interns will be placed in assignments based on their location preferences, educational background, skill sets, and unique life experiences.¬† ¬† In the application, you must identify your preferred work location(s). For more information about the different FBI Headquarters Divisions located in the Washington, D.C. area, a list of Headquarters Divisions outside of the Washington, D.C. area or¬†to locate the field office closest to you, visit:¬†www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices.¬†In the application, you can select up to six (6) preferred work locations. If you are only interested or available to work in one location, then select only one location and leave the remaining five selections blank.¬† ¬† Relocation and housing costs are not provided. If you receive an offer for your selected preferred work location, but are no longer available to work at that location, the offer may be rescinded before the start of the program.¬† ¬†¬† Key Requirements - ¬† You must attend on a full-time basis an accredited college or university within the United States as an undergraduate (including two-year technical programs), graduate, or post-doctoral student. You are not eligible if you will graduate before the program start date (June 2020); however, an exception will be made if you will continue your education in the semester following your graduation. For example, if you are on track to graduate in June 2020 and will attend graduate school in Fall 2020, you are eligible to apply for this internship. 2. ¬† You must have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. If you are a first-semester freshman, or your school does not provide a GPA, you must have maintained a 3.0 high school GPA, and meet one of the following alternate criteria: - SAT: 1500 out of 2400, or 1000 out of 1600 (most recent SATs) - ACT: 21 or higher - ¬† You must be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance and be located in the continental United States, Hawaii or San Juan for the duration of your background investigation. Background Investigation ¬† Those selected by an FBI hiring manager must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation as a condition of placement/retention in the position. Before that investigation is initiated, you must complete the SF-86: Questionnaire for National Security Positions. You must then meet with a special agent for an interview, pass a polygraph examination focused on your responses on the SF-86, and pass a urinalysis drug test. The background investigation will include a check of your credit history and criminal record, and interviews with prior employers, references, co-workers, personal associates, family members, and friends. Based on the information obtained during this background investigation, you may be disqualified from selection or removed from employment.¬† ¬† Selected candidates cannot begin the internship until the background investigation has been completed and the candidate is cleared for hire. A background investigation can take 6 to 8 months to process; that timeline varies, depending on the complexity of the candidate‚Äôs background, the number of places lived, overseas travel, and more. The FBI cannot guarantee that a selected candidate‚Äôs background investigation will be completed in time to begin the internship.¬† ¬† To best manage the process, the FBI has deadlines for key milestones in the background investigation:¬† - Those selected candidates who have not successfully completed their SF-86, interview, polygraph, and drug test by January 17, 2020, will be discontinued from the process. - Those selected candidates whose investigative phase of their background is not completed by May 1, 2020, will also be discontinued. Automatic Disqualifiers ¬† You must meet ALL eligibility requirements posted on our Employment Eligibility¬†page. During the polygraph, you will be asked questions related to these requirements. You will be¬†automatically eliminated from the application process¬†if you meet any of the following disqualifiers: - Are not a U.S. Citizen (born or naturalized)¬† - Have been convicted of a felony - Have used illegal drugs in violation of the FBI Employment Drug Policy - Have defaulted on a student loan insured by the U.S. Government - Have failed an FBI-administered urinalysis drug test - Have failed to register with the Selective Service System (males only ‚Äď exceptions apply.) ¬† Please note: If you do not meet all of the key requirements or you have any of the automatic disqualifiers, you are NOT eligible for the Honors Intern Program and/or employment with the FBI.¬† ¬† If you fail the polygraph because you withheld information about illegal drug use, criminal activity, or any other violation, you will be automatically disqualified from this and ALL future employment with the FBI. Also, failing the polygraph or background investigation will likely negatively affect future employment opportunities with the U.S. Intelligence Community and with any other agency of the federal government. ¬† Completing the Application ¬† You must complete the application and submit all required documents by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 15, 2019.¬†If applying online is a hardship, please request assistance by sending an email before the application closing date to¬†[email protected]¬†with ‚ÄúIntern Application Hardship‚ÄĚ in the subject line.¬† ¬† If you are selected for the program, you will have to go to the FBI Field Office closest to your address for the interview, polygraph, and drug test. To determine which field office you will visit, you must list the address where you will be for the majority of time from October 1 to December 31. Most likely, that will be your school address. Be sure that you enter the correct address so you can be assigned to the appropriate field office.¬† ¬† Required Documents ¬† Along with a completed application, you must submit the following additional documentation: Unofficial Transcript, the Official School Certification Form, and the Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. You must provide¬†all¬†required documents before the application closes on 09/15/2019 at 11:59 PM ET to be considered for the Honors Intern Program.¬†If you are missing any of the required documents, your application will be discontinued.¬† ¬†¬† If your school registrar or dean cannot complete the Official School Certification Form by the close of the application, you may sign the bottom of that document and upload your signed form. However, if you are selected for an interview, the Official School Certification Form completed by the registrar or dean must be uploaded to your FBIJobs.gov account by the time of your interview.¬† ¬† Required documents must be uploaded as .pdf files.¬†Do not submit any of these file types: HTML, TIF, JPEG, DOC, DOCX, Password Protected, or Web Link. ¬† In some circumstances, you may be required to submit additional documents. If any of the following situations apply to you, submit the documents noted below:¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Freshmen/No GPA:Unofficial College Transcripts, High School Transcripts, SAT/ACT Score(s), Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Your unofficial transcripts must show that you have enrolled in classes and are a full-time student at an accredited institution.¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Transfer/Graduate Students:Unofficial Transcripts from previous school, Unofficial Transcripts from current school, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form.¬† - If you are¬†graduating before the program starts, you must provide proof of continuing your education to be eligible for the Honors Internship Program. You must submit these forms at the time of application: Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Participation in the Honors Internship Program will be contingent on receipt of the Acceptance Letter. ¬†¬† - Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, and DD-214¬† - Disabled Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, DD-214, SF-15, and VA letter dated 1991 or later. recblid thsewwymwk23m2iyo9rsjb9sk2krq6

FBI Honors Internship Program

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • Windsor Mill
  • MD

The FBI Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for undergraduate and graduate college students. While exploring the FBI‚Äôs exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at an FBI Headquarters location or in one of our 56 field offices located across the country. This internship offers students an unmatched opportunity to help the FBI achieve its mission to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution. FBI hiring managers seek applicants from a wide range of majors. Selected interns will be placed in assignments based on their location preferences, educational background, skill sets, and unique life experiences.¬† ¬† In the application, you must identify your preferred work location(s). For more information about the different FBI Headquarters Divisions located in the Washington, D.C. area, a list of Headquarters Divisions outside of the Washington, D.C. area or¬†to locate the field office closest to you, visit:¬†www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices.¬†In the application, you can select up to six (6) preferred work locations. If you are only interested or available to work in one location, then select only one location and leave the remaining five selections blank.¬† ¬† Relocation and housing costs are not provided. If you receive an offer for your selected preferred work location, but are no longer available to work at that location, the offer may be rescinded before the start of the program.¬† ¬†¬† Key Requirements - ¬† You must attend on a full-time basis an accredited college or university within the United States as an undergraduate (including two-year technical programs), graduate, or post-doctoral student. You are not eligible if you will graduate before the program start date (June 2020); however, an exception will be made if you will continue your education in the semester following your graduation. For example, if you are on track to graduate in June 2020 and will attend graduate school in Fall 2020, you are eligible to apply for this internship. 2. ¬† You must have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. If you are a first-semester freshman, or your school does not provide a GPA, you must have maintained a 3.0 high school GPA, and meet one of the following alternate criteria: - SAT: 1500 out of 2400, or 1000 out of 1600 (most recent SATs) - ACT: 21 or higher - ¬† You must be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance and be located in the continental United States, Hawaii or San Juan for the duration of your background investigation. Background Investigation ¬† Those selected by an FBI hiring manager must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation as a condition of placement/retention in the position. Before that investigation is initiated, you must complete the SF-86: Questionnaire for National Security Positions. You must then meet with a special agent for an interview, pass a polygraph examination focused on your responses on the SF-86, and pass a urinalysis drug test. The background investigation will include a check of your credit history and criminal record, and interviews with prior employers, references, co-workers, personal associates, family members, and friends. Based on the information obtained during this background investigation, you may be disqualified from selection or removed from employment.¬† ¬† Selected candidates cannot begin the internship until the background investigation has been completed and the candidate is cleared for hire. A background investigation can take 6 to 8 months to process; that timeline varies, depending on the complexity of the candidate‚Äôs background, the number of places lived, overseas travel, and more. The FBI cannot guarantee that a selected candidate‚Äôs background investigation will be completed in time to begin the internship.¬† ¬† To best manage the process, the FBI has deadlines for key milestones in the background investigation:¬† - Those selected candidates who have not successfully completed their SF-86, interview, polygraph, and drug test by January 17, 2020, will be discontinued from the process. - Those selected candidates whose investigative phase of their background is not completed by May 1, 2020, will also be discontinued. Automatic Disqualifiers ¬† You must meet ALL eligibility requirements posted on our Employment Eligibility¬†page. During the polygraph, you will be asked questions related to these requirements. You will be¬†automatically eliminated from the application process¬†if you meet any of the following disqualifiers: - Are not a U.S. Citizen (born or naturalized)¬† - Have been convicted of a felony - Have used illegal drugs in violation of the FBI Employment Drug Policy - Have defaulted on a student loan insured by the U.S. Government - Have failed an FBI-administered urinalysis drug test - Have failed to register with the Selective Service System (males only ‚Äď exceptions apply.) ¬† Please note: If you do not meet all of the key requirements or you have any of the automatic disqualifiers, you are NOT eligible for the Honors Intern Program and/or employment with the FBI.¬† ¬† If you fail the polygraph because you withheld information about illegal drug use, criminal activity, or any other violation, you will be automatically disqualified from this and ALL future employment with the FBI. Also, failing the polygraph or background investigation will likely negatively affect future employment opportunities with the U.S. Intelligence Community and with any other agency of the federal government. ¬† Completing the Application ¬† You must complete the application and submit all required documents by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 15, 2019.¬†If applying online is a hardship, please request assistance by sending an email before the application closing date to¬†[email protected]¬†with ‚ÄúIntern Application Hardship‚ÄĚ in the subject line.¬† ¬† If you are selected for the program, you will have to go to the FBI Field Office closest to your address for the interview, polygraph, and drug test. To determine which field office you will visit, you must list the address where you will be for the majority of time from October 1 to December 31. Most likely, that will be your school address. Be sure that you enter the correct address so you can be assigned to the appropriate field office.¬† ¬† Required Documents ¬† Along with a completed application, you must submit the following additional documentation: Unofficial Transcript, the Official School Certification Form, and the Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. You must provide¬†all¬†required documents before the application closes on 09/15/2019 at 11:59 PM ET to be considered for the Honors Intern Program.¬†If you are missing any of the required documents, your application will be discontinued.¬† ¬†¬† If your school registrar or dean cannot complete the Official School Certification Form by the close of the application, you may sign the bottom of that document and upload your signed form. However, if you are selected for an interview, the Official School Certification Form completed by the registrar or dean must be uploaded to your FBIJobs.gov account by the time of your interview.¬† ¬† Required documents must be uploaded as .pdf files.¬†Do not submit any of these file types: HTML, TIF, JPEG, DOC, DOCX, Password Protected, or Web Link. ¬† In some circumstances, you may be required to submit additional documents. If any of the following situations apply to you, submit the documents noted below:¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Freshmen/No GPA:Unofficial College Transcripts, High School Transcripts, SAT/ACT Score(s), Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Your unofficial transcripts must show that you have enrolled in classes and are a full-time student at an accredited institution.¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Transfer/Graduate Students:Unofficial Transcripts from previous school, Unofficial Transcripts from current school, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form.¬† - If you are¬†graduating before the program starts, you must provide proof of continuing your education to be eligible for the Honors Internship Program. You must submit these forms at the time of application: Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Participation in the Honors Internship Program will be contingent on receipt of the Acceptance Letter. ¬†¬† - Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, and DD-214¬† - Disabled Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, DD-214, SF-15, and VA letter dated 1991 or later. recblid tdvo8w28funtu2kbx1h4lyucm40ncr

FBI Honors Internship Program

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • Dallas
  • TX

The FBI Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for undergraduate and graduate college students. While exploring the FBI‚Äôs exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at an FBI Headquarters location or in one of our 56 field offices located across the country. This internship offers students an unmatched opportunity to help the FBI achieve its mission to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution. FBI hiring managers seek applicants from a wide range of majors. Selected interns will be placed in assignments based on their location preferences, educational background, skill sets, and unique life experiences.¬† ¬† In the application, you must identify your preferred work location(s). For more information about the different FBI Headquarters Divisions located in the Washington, D.C. area, a list of Headquarters Divisions outside of the Washington, D.C. area or¬†to locate the field office closest to you, visit:¬†www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices.¬†In the application, you can select up to six (6) preferred work locations. If you are only interested or available to work in one location, then select only one location and leave the remaining five selections blank.¬† ¬† Relocation and housing costs are not provided. If you receive an offer for your selected preferred work location, but are no longer available to work at that location, the offer may be rescinded before the start of the program.¬† ¬†¬† Key Requirements - ¬† You must attend on a full-time basis an accredited college or university within the United States as an undergraduate (including two-year technical programs), graduate, or post-doctoral student. You are not eligible if you will graduate before the program start date (June 2020); however, an exception will be made if you will continue your education in the semester following your graduation. For example, if you are on track to graduate in June 2020 and will attend graduate school in Fall 2020, you are eligible to apply for this internship. 2. ¬† You must have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. If you are a first-semester freshman, or your school does not provide a GPA, you must have maintained a 3.0 high school GPA, and meet one of the following alternate criteria: - SAT: 1500 out of 2400, or 1000 out of 1600 (most recent SATs) - ACT: 21 or higher - ¬† You must be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance and be located in the continental United States, Hawaii or San Juan for the duration of your background investigation. Background Investigation ¬† Those selected by an FBI hiring manager must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation as a condition of placement/retention in the position. Before that investigation is initiated, you must complete the SF-86: Questionnaire for National Security Positions. You must then meet with a special agent for an interview, pass a polygraph examination focused on your responses on the SF-86, and pass a urinalysis drug test. The background investigation will include a check of your credit history and criminal record, and interviews with prior employers, references, co-workers, personal associates, family members, and friends. Based on the information obtained during this background investigation, you may be disqualified from selection or removed from employment.¬† ¬† Selected candidates cannot begin the internship until the background investigation has been completed and the candidate is cleared for hire. A background investigation can take 6 to 8 months to process; that timeline varies, depending on the complexity of the candidate‚Äôs background, the number of places lived, overseas travel, and more. The FBI cannot guarantee that a selected candidate‚Äôs background investigation will be completed in time to begin the internship.¬† ¬† To best manage the process, the FBI has deadlines for key milestones in the background investigation:¬† - Those selected candidates who have not successfully completed their SF-86, interview, polygraph, and drug test by January 17, 2020, will be discontinued from the process. - Those selected candidates whose investigative phase of their background is not completed by May 1, 2020, will also be discontinued. Automatic Disqualifiers ¬† You must meet ALL eligibility requirements posted on our Employment Eligibility¬†page. During the polygraph, you will be asked questions related to these requirements. You will be¬†automatically eliminated from the application process¬†if you meet any of the following disqualifiers: - Are not a U.S. Citizen (born or naturalized)¬† - Have been convicted of a felony - Have used illegal drugs in violation of the FBI Employment Drug Policy - Have defaulted on a student loan insured by the U.S. Government - Have failed an FBI-administered urinalysis drug test - Have failed to register with the Selective Service System (males only ‚Äď exceptions apply.) ¬† Please note: If you do not meet all of the key requirements or you have any of the automatic disqualifiers, you are NOT eligible for the Honors Intern Program and/or employment with the FBI.¬† ¬† If you fail the polygraph because you withheld information about illegal drug use, criminal activity, or any other violation, you will be automatically disqualified from this and ALL future employment with the FBI. Also, failing the polygraph or background investigation will likely negatively affect future employment opportunities with the U.S. Intelligence Community and with any other agency of the federal government. ¬† Completing the Application ¬† You must complete the application and submit all required documents by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 15, 2019.¬†If applying online is a hardship, please request assistance by sending an email before the application closing date to¬†[email protected]¬†with ‚ÄúIntern Application Hardship‚ÄĚ in the subject line.¬† ¬† If you are selected for the program, you will have to go to the FBI Field Office closest to your address for the interview, polygraph, and drug test. To determine which field office you will visit, you must list the address where you will be for the majority of time from October 1 to December 31. Most likely, that will be your school address. Be sure that you enter the correct address so you can be assigned to the appropriate field office.¬† ¬† Required Documents ¬† Along with a completed application, you must submit the following additional documentation: Unofficial Transcript, the Official School Certification Form, and the Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. You must provide¬†all¬†required documents before the application closes on 09/15/2019 at 11:59 PM ET to be considered for the Honors Intern Program.¬†If you are missing any of the required documents, your application will be discontinued.¬† ¬†¬† If your school registrar or dean cannot complete the Official School Certification Form by the close of the application, you may sign the bottom of that document and upload your signed form. However, if you are selected for an interview, the Official School Certification Form completed by the registrar or dean must be uploaded to your FBIJobs.gov account by the time of your interview.¬† ¬† Required documents must be uploaded as .pdf files.¬†Do not submit any of these file types: HTML, TIF, JPEG, DOC, DOCX, Password Protected, or Web Link. ¬† In some circumstances, you may be required to submit additional documents. If any of the following situations apply to you, submit the documents noted below:¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Freshmen/No GPA:Unofficial College Transcripts, High School Transcripts, SAT/ACT Score(s), Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Your unofficial transcripts must show that you have enrolled in classes and are a full-time student at an accredited institution.¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Transfer/Graduate Students:Unofficial Transcripts from previous school, Unofficial Transcripts from current school, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form.¬† - If you are¬†graduating before the program starts, you must provide proof of continuing your education to be eligible for the Honors Internship Program. You must submit these forms at the time of application: Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Participation in the Honors Internship Program will be contingent on receipt of the Acceptance Letter. ¬†¬† - Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, and DD-214¬† - Disabled Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, DD-214, SF-15, and VA letter dated 1991 or later. recblid fnd9v1golh3yqwduft7ggdx8ywytny

FBI Honors Internship Program

newabout 2 hours ago
favorite_borderview job
  • Washington
  • DC

The FBI Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for undergraduate and graduate college students. While exploring the FBI‚Äôs exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at an FBI Headquarters location or in one of our 56 field offices located across the country. This internship offers students an unmatched opportunity to help the FBI achieve its mission to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution. FBI hiring managers seek applicants from a wide range of majors. Selected interns will be placed in assignments based on their location preferences, educational background, skill sets, and unique life experiences.¬† ¬† In the application, you must identify your preferred work location(s). For more information about the different FBI Headquarters Divisions located in the Washington, D.C. area, a list of Headquarters Divisions outside of the Washington, D.C. area or¬†to locate the field office closest to you, visit:¬†www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices.¬†In the application, you can select up to six (6) preferred work locations. If you are only interested or available to work in one location, then select only one location and leave the remaining five selections blank.¬† ¬† Relocation and housing costs are not provided. If you receive an offer for your selected preferred work location, but are no longer available to work at that location, the offer may be rescinded before the start of the program.¬† ¬†¬† Key Requirements - ¬† You must attend on a full-time basis an accredited college or university within the United States as an undergraduate (including two-year technical programs), graduate, or post-doctoral student. You are not eligible if you will graduate before the program start date (June 2020); however, an exception will be made if you will continue your education in the semester following your graduation. For example, if you are on track to graduate in June 2020 and will attend graduate school in Fall 2020, you are eligible to apply for this internship. 2. ¬† You must have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. If you are a first-semester freshman, or your school does not provide a GPA, you must have maintained a 3.0 high school GPA, and meet one of the following alternate criteria: - SAT: 1500 out of 2400, or 1000 out of 1600 (most recent SATs) - ACT: 21 or higher - ¬† You must be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance and be located in the continental United States, Hawaii or San Juan for the duration of your background investigation. Background Investigation ¬† Those selected by an FBI hiring manager must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation as a condition of placement/retention in the position. Before that investigation is initiated, you must complete the SF-86: Questionnaire for National Security Positions. You must then meet with a special agent for an interview, pass a polygraph examination focused on your responses on the SF-86, and pass a urinalysis drug test. The background investigation will include a check of your credit history and criminal record, and interviews with prior employers, references, co-workers, personal associates, family members, and friends. Based on the information obtained during this background investigation, you may be disqualified from selection or removed from employment.¬† ¬† Selected candidates cannot begin the internship until the background investigation has been completed and the candidate is cleared for hire. A background investigation can take 6 to 8 months to process; that timeline varies, depending on the complexity of the candidate‚Äôs background, the number of places lived, overseas travel, and more. The FBI cannot guarantee that a selected candidate‚Äôs background investigation will be completed in time to begin the internship.¬† ¬† To best manage the process, the FBI has deadlines for key milestones in the background investigation:¬† - Those selected candidates who have not successfully completed their SF-86, interview, polygraph, and drug test by January 17, 2020, will be discontinued from the process. - Those selected candidates whose investigative phase of their background is not completed by May 1, 2020, will also be discontinued. Automatic Disqualifiers ¬† You must meet ALL eligibility requirements posted on our Employment Eligibility¬†page. During the polygraph, you will be asked questions related to these requirements. You will be¬†automatically eliminated from the application process¬†if you meet any of the following disqualifiers: - Are not a U.S. Citizen (born or naturalized)¬† - Have been convicted of a felony - Have used illegal drugs in violation of the FBI Employment Drug Policy - Have defaulted on a student loan insured by the U.S. Government - Have failed an FBI-administered urinalysis drug test - Have failed to register with the Selective Service System (males only ‚Äď exceptions apply.) ¬† Please note: If you do not meet all of the key requirements or you have any of the automatic disqualifiers, you are NOT eligible for the Honors Intern Program and/or employment with the FBI.¬† ¬† If you fail the polygraph because you withheld information about illegal drug use, criminal activity, or any other violation, you will be automatically disqualified from this and ALL future employment with the FBI. Also, failing the polygraph or background investigation will likely negatively affect future employment opportunities with the U.S. Intelligence Community and with any other agency of the federal government. ¬† Completing the Application ¬† You must complete the application and submit all required documents by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 15, 2019.¬†If applying online is a hardship, please request assistance by sending an email before the application closing date to¬†[email protected]¬†with ‚ÄúIntern Application Hardship‚ÄĚ in the subject line.¬† ¬† If you are selected for the program, you will have to go to the FBI Field Office closest to your address for the interview, polygraph, and drug test. To determine which field office you will visit, you must list the address where you will be for the majority of time from October 1 to December 31. Most likely, that will be your school address. Be sure that you enter the correct address so you can be assigned to the appropriate field office.¬† ¬† Required Documents ¬† Along with a completed application, you must submit the following additional documentation: Unofficial Transcript, the Official School Certification Form, and the Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. You must provide¬†all¬†required documents before the application closes on 09/15/2019 at 11:59 PM ET to be considered for the Honors Intern Program.¬†If you are missing any of the required documents, your application will be discontinued.¬† ¬†¬† If your school registrar or dean cannot complete the Official School Certification Form by the close of the application, you may sign the bottom of that document and upload your signed form. However, if you are selected for an interview, the Official School Certification Form completed by the registrar or dean must be uploaded to your FBIJobs.gov account by the time of your interview.¬† ¬† Required documents must be uploaded as .pdf files.¬†Do not submit any of these file types: HTML, TIF, JPEG, DOC, DOCX, Password Protected, or Web Link. ¬† In some circumstances, you may be required to submit additional documents. If any of the following situations apply to you, submit the documents noted below:¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Freshmen/No GPA:Unofficial College Transcripts, High School Transcripts, SAT/ACT Score(s), Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Your unofficial transcripts must show that you have enrolled in classes and are a full-time student at an accredited institution.¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Transfer/Graduate Students:Unofficial Transcripts from previous school, Unofficial Transcripts from current school, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form.¬† - If you are¬†graduating before the program starts, you must provide proof of continuing your education to be eligible for the Honors Internship Program. You must submit these forms at the time of application: Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Participation in the Honors Internship Program will be contingent on receipt of the Acceptance Letter. ¬†¬† - Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, and DD-214¬† - Disabled Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, DD-214, SF-15, and VA letter dated 1991 or later. recblid enifajtp1wexo4q9blney4gq5swcxw

FBI Honors Internship Program

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • New York
  • NY

The FBI Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for undergraduate and graduate college students. While exploring the FBI‚Äôs exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at an FBI Headquarters location or in one of our 56 field offices located across the country. This internship offers students an unmatched opportunity to help the FBI achieve its mission to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution. FBI hiring managers seek applicants from a wide range of majors. Selected interns will be placed in assignments based on their location preferences, educational background, skill sets, and unique life experiences.¬† ¬† In the application, you must identify your preferred work location(s). For more information about the different FBI Headquarters Divisions located in the Washington, D.C. area, a list of Headquarters Divisions outside of the Washington, D.C. area or¬†to locate the field office closest to you, visit:¬†www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices.¬†In the application, you can select up to six (6) preferred work locations. If you are only interested or available to work in one location, then select only one location and leave the remaining five selections blank.¬† ¬† Relocation and housing costs are not provided. If you receive an offer for your selected preferred work location, but are no longer available to work at that location, the offer may be rescinded before the start of the program.¬† ¬†¬† Key Requirements - ¬† You must attend on a full-time basis an accredited college or university within the United States as an undergraduate (including two-year technical programs), graduate, or post-doctoral student. You are not eligible if you will graduate before the program start date (June 2020); however, an exception will be made if you will continue your education in the semester following your graduation. For example, if you are on track to graduate in June 2020 and will attend graduate school in Fall 2020, you are eligible to apply for this internship. 2. ¬† You must have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. If you are a first-semester freshman, or your school does not provide a GPA, you must have maintained a 3.0 high school GPA, and meet one of the following alternate criteria: - SAT: 1500 out of 2400, or 1000 out of 1600 (most recent SATs) - ACT: 21 or higher - ¬† You must be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance and be located in the continental United States, Hawaii or San Juan for the duration of your background investigation. Background Investigation ¬† Those selected by an FBI hiring manager must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation as a condition of placement/retention in the position. Before that investigation is initiated, you must complete the SF-86: Questionnaire for National Security Positions. You must then meet with a special agent for an interview, pass a polygraph examination focused on your responses on the SF-86, and pass a urinalysis drug test. The background investigation will include a check of your credit history and criminal record, and interviews with prior employers, references, co-workers, personal associates, family members, and friends. Based on the information obtained during this background investigation, you may be disqualified from selection or removed from employment.¬† ¬† Selected candidates cannot begin the internship until the background investigation has been completed and the candidate is cleared for hire. A background investigation can take 6 to 8 months to process; that timeline varies, depending on the complexity of the candidate‚Äôs background, the number of places lived, overseas travel, and more. The FBI cannot guarantee that a selected candidate‚Äôs background investigation will be completed in time to begin the internship.¬† ¬† To best manage the process, the FBI has deadlines for key milestones in the background investigation:¬† - Those selected candidates who have not successfully completed their SF-86, interview, polygraph, and drug test by January 17, 2020, will be discontinued from the process. - Those selected candidates whose investigative phase of their background is not completed by May 1, 2020, will also be discontinued. Automatic Disqualifiers ¬† You must meet ALL eligibility requirements posted on our Employment Eligibility¬†page. During the polygraph, you will be asked questions related to these requirements. You will be¬†automatically eliminated from the application process¬†if you meet any of the following disqualifiers: - Are not a U.S. Citizen (born or naturalized)¬† - Have been convicted of a felony - Have used illegal drugs in violation of the FBI Employment Drug Policy - Have defaulted on a student loan insured by the U.S. Government - Have failed an FBI-administered urinalysis drug test - Have failed to register with the Selective Service System (males only ‚Äď exceptions apply.) ¬† Please note: If you do not meet all of the key requirements or you have any of the automatic disqualifiers, you are NOT eligible for the Honors Intern Program and/or employment with the FBI.¬† ¬† If you fail the polygraph because you withheld information about illegal drug use, criminal activity, or any other violation, you will be automatically disqualified from this and ALL future employment with the FBI. Also, failing the polygraph or background investigation will likely negatively affect future employment opportunities with the U.S. Intelligence Community and with any other agency of the federal government. ¬† Completing the Application ¬† You must complete the application and submit all required documents by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 15, 2019.¬†If applying online is a hardship, please request assistance by sending an email before the application closing date to¬†[email protected]¬†with ‚ÄúIntern Application Hardship‚ÄĚ in the subject line.¬† ¬† If you are selected for the program, you will have to go to the FBI Field Office closest to your address for the interview, polygraph, and drug test. To determine which field office you will visit, you must list the address where you will be for the majority of time from October 1 to December 31. Most likely, that will be your school address. Be sure that you enter the correct address so you can be assigned to the appropriate field office.¬† ¬† Required Documents ¬† Along with a completed application, you must submit the following additional documentation: Unofficial Transcript, the Official School Certification Form, and the Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. You must provide¬†all¬†required documents before the application closes on 09/15/2019 at 11:59 PM ET to be considered for the Honors Intern Program.¬†If you are missing any of the required documents, your application will be discontinued.¬† ¬†¬† If your school registrar or dean cannot complete the Official School Certification Form by the close of the application, you may sign the bottom of that document and upload your signed form. However, if you are selected for an interview, the Official School Certification Form completed by the registrar or dean must be uploaded to your FBIJobs.gov account by the time of your interview.¬† ¬† Required documents must be uploaded as .pdf files.¬†Do not submit any of these file types: HTML, TIF, JPEG, DOC, DOCX, Password Protected, or Web Link. ¬† In some circumstances, you may be required to submit additional documents. If any of the following situations apply to you, submit the documents noted below:¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Freshmen/No GPA:Unofficial College Transcripts, High School Transcripts, SAT/ACT Score(s), Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Your unofficial transcripts must show that you have enrolled in classes and are a full-time student at an accredited institution.¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Transfer/Graduate Students:Unofficial Transcripts from previous school, Unofficial Transcripts from current school, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form.¬† - If you are¬†graduating before the program starts, you must provide proof of continuing your education to be eligible for the Honors Internship Program. You must submit these forms at the time of application: Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Participation in the Honors Internship Program will be contingent on receipt of the Acceptance Letter. ¬†¬† - Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, and DD-214¬† - Disabled Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, DD-214, SF-15, and VA letter dated 1991 or later. recblid v5rzq011jvdceywzpofnxfggmtp5iu

CNA -HCA - Certified Nurse Assistant- Home Health Aide- Home Care Aide-Child Care

newabout 2 hours ago
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Join our team! Looking for a job where you fulfilled when you go home?  Here at Homewatch CareGivers of Western Washington we are a growing In-Home care agency always striving for the best for our clients of all ages. We offer a flexible schedule with full time, part time and on-call shift options. Candidates must be caring, honest, and have good verbal/written skills. We are a great team to work with...we treat our caregivers like family and always have an open-door policy! Caregiver / CNA Requirements: HCA/NAC is preferred, but not required. WE offer the State approved  Home Care Aide (HCA) certification here in our office. The right attitude, a willingness to work and a true desire to help others. High School Diploma or GED. Must be able to pass a criminal background check. A desire to continue to build your skills through ongoing employee training programs.   Duties: Bathing and dressing assistance. Safety and companionship. Menu planning and meal preparation. Transportation, shopping and errands. Housekeeping. Laundry and linen changes. Other duties as assigned. BENEFITS: Paid Time Off Free Medical Insurance Referral Bonuses Free On-going CEU’s recblid eeemvda8xmy02a3dknjkd1v545xi2w

ASSISTANT CLINICAL DIRECTOR

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • West Glens Falls
  • NY

ASSISTANT CLINICAL DIRECTOR The Charlton School is a small, clinically focused, therapeutic residential and day NYS approved 853 school that supports the development of self-regulatory skills for female students in grades 8-12. The Assistant Clinical Director is responsible for oversight and direct involvement in the planning and supervision of all clinical services. The Assistant Clinical Director provides supervision to therapists, as well as training for administrators, teachers and staff, focusing on topics that increase overall program efficacy and support our evidenced-based treatment framework. The Assistant Clinical Director reports to and works with the Clinical Director on all decisions related to clinical interventions and programming. Requirements: - Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or related licensure required. - Ability to relate professionally to a wide range of individuals including staff, adolescents and their families, referring agencies and various treatment providers. - Supervision experience necessary. - Valid Driver's License required. Position Type - Full Time Mail Application to: The Charlton School Box 47/322 Lakehill Road Burnt Hills, NY 12027 recblid w2velz2ktzmxlcq29cphuxngvs3acn

FBI Honors Internship Program

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • Newark
  • NJ

The FBI Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for undergraduate and graduate college students. While exploring the FBI‚Äôs exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at an FBI Headquarters location or in one of our 56 field offices located across the country. This internship offers students an unmatched opportunity to help the FBI achieve its mission to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution. FBI hiring managers seek applicants from a wide range of majors. Selected interns will be placed in assignments based on their location preferences, educational background, skill sets, and unique life experiences.¬† ¬† In the application, you must identify your preferred work location(s). For more information about the different FBI Headquarters Divisions located in the Washington, D.C. area, a list of Headquarters Divisions outside of the Washington, D.C. area or¬†to locate the field office closest to you, visit:¬†www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices.¬†In the application, you can select up to six (6) preferred work locations. If you are only interested or available to work in one location, then select only one location and leave the remaining five selections blank.¬† ¬† Relocation and housing costs are not provided. If you receive an offer for your selected preferred work location, but are no longer available to work at that location, the offer may be rescinded before the start of the program.¬† ¬†¬† Key Requirements - ¬† You must attend on a full-time basis an accredited college or university within the United States as an undergraduate (including two-year technical programs), graduate, or post-doctoral student. You are not eligible if you will graduate before the program start date (June 2020); however, an exception will be made if you will continue your education in the semester following your graduation. For example, if you are on track to graduate in June 2020 and will attend graduate school in Fall 2020, you are eligible to apply for this internship. 2. ¬† You must have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. If you are a first-semester freshman, or your school does not provide a GPA, you must have maintained a 3.0 high school GPA, and meet one of the following alternate criteria: - SAT: 1500 out of 2400, or 1000 out of 1600 (most recent SATs) - ACT: 21 or higher - ¬† You must be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance and be located in the continental United States, Hawaii or San Juan for the duration of your background investigation. Background Investigation ¬† Those selected by an FBI hiring manager must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation as a condition of placement/retention in the position. Before that investigation is initiated, you must complete the SF-86: Questionnaire for National Security Positions. You must then meet with a special agent for an interview, pass a polygraph examination focused on your responses on the SF-86, and pass a urinalysis drug test. The background investigation will include a check of your credit history and criminal record, and interviews with prior employers, references, co-workers, personal associates, family members, and friends. Based on the information obtained during this background investigation, you may be disqualified from selection or removed from employment.¬† ¬† Selected candidates cannot begin the internship until the background investigation has been completed and the candidate is cleared for hire. A background investigation can take 6 to 8 months to process; that timeline varies, depending on the complexity of the candidate‚Äôs background, the number of places lived, overseas travel, and more. The FBI cannot guarantee that a selected candidate‚Äôs background investigation will be completed in time to begin the internship.¬† ¬† To best manage the process, the FBI has deadlines for key milestones in the background investigation:¬† - Those selected candidates who have not successfully completed their SF-86, interview, polygraph, and drug test by January 17, 2020, will be discontinued from the process. - Those selected candidates whose investigative phase of their background is not completed by May 1, 2020, will also be discontinued. Automatic Disqualifiers ¬† You must meet ALL eligibility requirements posted on our Employment Eligibility¬†page. During the polygraph, you will be asked questions related to these requirements. You will be¬†automatically eliminated from the application process¬†if you meet any of the following disqualifiers: - Are not a U.S. Citizen (born or naturalized)¬† - Have been convicted of a felony - Have used illegal drugs in violation of the FBI Employment Drug Policy - Have defaulted on a student loan insured by the U.S. Government - Have failed an FBI-administered urinalysis drug test - Have failed to register with the Selective Service System (males only ‚Äď exceptions apply.) ¬† Please note: If you do not meet all of the key requirements or you have any of the automatic disqualifiers, you are NOT eligible for the Honors Intern Program and/or employment with the FBI.¬† ¬† If you fail the polygraph because you withheld information about illegal drug use, criminal activity, or any other violation, you will be automatically disqualified from this and ALL future employment with the FBI. Also, failing the polygraph or background investigation will likely negatively affect future employment opportunities with the U.S. Intelligence Community and with any other agency of the federal government. ¬† Completing the Application ¬† You must complete the application and submit all required documents by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 15, 2019.¬†If applying online is a hardship, please request assistance by sending an email before the application closing date to¬†[email protected]¬†with ‚ÄúIntern Application Hardship‚ÄĚ in the subject line.¬† ¬† If you are selected for the program, you will have to go to the FBI Field Office closest to your address for the interview, polygraph, and drug test. To determine which field office you will visit, you must list the address where you will be for the majority of time from October 1 to December 31. Most likely, that will be your school address. Be sure that you enter the correct address so you can be assigned to the appropriate field office.¬† ¬† Required Documents ¬† Along with a completed application, you must submit the following additional documentation: Unofficial Transcript, the Official School Certification Form, and the Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. You must provide¬†all¬†required documents before the application closes on 09/15/2019 at 11:59 PM ET to be considered for the Honors Intern Program.¬†If you are missing any of the required documents, your application will be discontinued.¬† ¬†¬† If your school registrar or dean cannot complete the Official School Certification Form by the close of the application, you may sign the bottom of that document and upload your signed form. However, if you are selected for an interview, the Official School Certification Form completed by the registrar or dean must be uploaded to your FBIJobs.gov account by the time of your interview.¬† ¬† Required documents must be uploaded as .pdf files.¬†Do not submit any of these file types: HTML, TIF, JPEG, DOC, DOCX, Password Protected, or Web Link. ¬† In some circumstances, you may be required to submit additional documents. If any of the following situations apply to you, submit the documents noted below:¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Freshmen/No GPA:Unofficial College Transcripts, High School Transcripts, SAT/ACT Score(s), Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Your unofficial transcripts must show that you have enrolled in classes and are a full-time student at an accredited institution.¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Transfer/Graduate Students:Unofficial Transcripts from previous school, Unofficial Transcripts from current school, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form.¬† - If you are¬†graduating before the program starts, you must provide proof of continuing your education to be eligible for the Honors Internship Program. You must submit these forms at the time of application: Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Participation in the Honors Internship Program will be contingent on receipt of the Acceptance Letter. ¬†¬† - Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, and DD-214¬† - Disabled Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, DD-214, SF-15, and VA letter dated 1991 or later. recblid 5hgrbrhhs6dai4tqwg3ttvyfe1q825

SENIOR TEST ENGINEER

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • Sacramento
  • CA

Fynbosys Inc has openings for the position Senior Test Engineer (Automation) with Bachelor‚Äôs degree in Computer Science, Engineering (any), Technology or related and 5 yrs of exp to work designing and developing strategic Test plans, Test scenarios, Test cases, Test Scripts and Test summary reports for manual and automation testing. Establish, execute, and maintain automation scripts for Automation testing. Conducting automated and manual tests to ensure the software created by developers fits its purpose. Involving in all phases of the testing like Functional, Regression, System, Integration, Smoke, Pre-production and on Production. Develop and maintain quality assurance documentation. Conduct assessments, evaluations through analysis and interpretation to verify compliance to standards and applicable quality plans. Work location is Sacramento, CA with required travel to client locations throughout the USA. Please mail resumes to 4208 N Freeway Blvd, Suite 106, Sacramento, CA 95834, USA (OR) e-mail: [email protected] ¬† EOE This company is an equal opportunity employer to all, regardless of age, ancestry, color, disability (mental and physical), exercising the right to family care and medical leave, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, military or veteran status, national origin, political affiliation, race, religious creed, sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and related medical conditions), and sexual orientation. This law makes it illegal to discriminate against someone on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex. The law also makes it illegal to retaliate against a person because the person complained about discrimination, filed a charge of discrimination, or participated in an employment discrimination investigation or lawsuit. The law also requires that employers reasonably accommodate applicants' and employees' sincerely held religious practices, unless doing so would impose an undue hardship on the operation of the employer's business. recblid 1eygkd6vpku4jnhscjwk13i9nvg47k

Disciplinary Counsel and Director of Regulatory Services

newabout 2 hours ago
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The Oregon State Bar (OSB) regulates the practice of law in Oregon and provides a variety of services to its members and the public. Equal Opportunity Employer We are looking for someone to be responsible for directing and overseeing the operations of the Oregon State Bar (OSB) admissions, disciplinary, and other regulatory programs. Essential Duties include the following: - Implements rules and regulations established by the Oregon Supreme Court, the Board of Governors, the State Professional Responsibility Board (SPRB), and the Board of Bar Examiners (BBX) in regard to lawyer admissions, discipline, and regulatory services. "Regulatory Services" includes the following regulatory programs: conditional admissions; regular and conditional reinstatements; probation and diversion monitoring; status changes; IOLTA reporting compliance; pro hac vice applications pursuant to UTCR 3.170; and arbitration certification filed under RPC 5.5(e). - Responsible for oversight and performance of the day-to-day operations of Regulatory Services, Disciplinary Counsel, and Admissions departments and programs within policy guidelines set by the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of Governors. - Ensures an appropriate, productive, and mutually respectful relationship between bar staff and the BBX, SPRB, and the Oregon Supreme Court. - Directs investigative and prosecutorial phases of all disciplinary proceedings, in addition to handling individual caseload of disciplinary complaints and litigation. - Provides legal advice and counsel to the SPRB in its determination of whether to authorize formal proceedings, dismiss, or negotiate settlement of a disciplinary matter. - Makes appropriate recommendations for reinstatement and represents the bar in contested reinstatement and contested admission matters. - Collaborates with and supports other directors and managers on cross-departmental projects and issues. - Responsible for identifying appropriate data points for measuring the performance of Regulatory Services, Disciplinary Counsel, and Admissions departments and programs. Held accountable largely on the basis of results through the program measurement process. - Responsible for Regulatory Services, Disciplinary Counsel, and Admissions records management and compliance under public records regulations, including timely response to requests from the General Counsel's Office. - Coordinates with other departments the curriculum development and presentation of Ethics School under BR 6.4. - Develops annual budget for the Regulatory Services, Disciplinary Counsel, and Admissions departments and programs with approval of the Chief Executive Officer for submission to the Board of Governors and the Oregon Supreme Court; monitors all departmental revenues and expenditures. - Develops the long- and short-range plans for the Regulatory Services, Disciplinary Counsel, and Admissions departments and programs. - Manages the Regulatory Services, Disciplinary Counsel, and Admissions departments and programs in a way that ensures a service orientation toward the public, members, and other recipients of department and program services, and that promotes cooperation and teamwork among the department and program staff. - Models behavior and provides leadership that values diversity and incorporates inclusive and culturally competent practices. Candidates may have any satisfactory equivalent combination of the following experience & training which ensures the ability to perform the work. - Graduation from an accredited law school. Admission to practice law in Oregon with active membership in the Oregon State Bar, or the ability to be admitted through reciprocity within six months. - Excellent legal skills with a thorough understanding of trial and appellate law. Seven years of increasingly responsible legal experience, at least five of which should be in private practice. Governmental, regulatory, and professional licensing legal experience preferred. Experience resolving legal ethics issues a plus. - Five years of experience in program administration to include program planning, administration, and evaluation; budgeting; and employee selection, supervision, and evaluation. For this salary range, the minimum is $10,101 per month. The OSB offers excellent benefits including voluntary 6% participation in the PERS program.  recblid ziqze7s1ard5737y9jdww39p7thmgl

Art Collection Registrar

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • St. Petersburg
  • FL

Job Summary The Art Collection Registrar manages all collection records, gift and donor agreements, external loan agreements, inventory control, rights and reproductions, and cataloging of new acquisitions and loans. Duties & Responsibilities - Serves as Chief Registrar for College's Art Collection including Museum and Campus collections as well as Outdoor Sculpture Park - Maintains collection management database including permanent collection and loans - Manages correspondence and logistics associated with loans for the museum and campus galleries - Serves as Chair of the College's Art Acquisition Committee facilitates meetings, manages correspondence and maintains minutes - Coordinates the College's fine arts insurance coverage and risk management for art initiatives - Serves as Chief Archivist for the museum and galleries records - Oversees all contracts related to gift/acquisition of art and artifacts in addition to proper conditioning reporting - Secures images and non-exclusive licenses for permanent collection work and new acquisitions - Handles rights and reproduction requests - Supervises staff and volunteers assigned registration duties - Performs other duties as assigned. Minimum Requirements - Bachelor's degree in Art History or Museum Studies from a regionally accredited institution and five (5) years of experience in fine arts museum registration - All degrees must be from a regionally accredited institution - Knowledge and understanding of College organization, goals and objectives, and policies and procedures - Knowledge of museum registration practices - Possess detail-oriented skills with special attention to accuracy - Ability to handle sensitive material and information - High level of written and oral communication skills - Knowledge of copyright, fair use, and licensing in regards to the visual arts - Knowledge of proper art handling practices - Ability to travel to multiple campuses and worksite locations - Possess strong organizational skills and manage multiple priorities - Ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community and use proper protocol for high-level guests - Excellent knowledge of conservation and preservation practices - Proficiency in Microsoft Office software and specific computer programs related to area of responsibility - Ability to be flexible, communicate effectively and work collaboratively in a fast-paced team environment recblid qpwdsqd51v12vm0gothamq5xs3y843

Assistant Curator

newabout 2 hours ago
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The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is seeking a full-time Assistant Curator for its world-renowned Curatorial Department. This position will provide essential support for major exhibition and publication projects while also generating expansive research on new art histories and cultural identities, which will lead to the conceptualization and generation of the position's own exhibitions. Reporting to the Artistic Director and Chief Curator, this position will play a key role in expanding upon the museum's mission of examining art in a global context to include under-represented voices and a more nuanced understanding of the local. Founded in 1937, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is dedicated to promoting the understanding and appreciation of art, architecture, and other manifestations of visual culture, primarily of the modern and contemporary periods. The Guggenheim realizes this mission through exceptional exhibitions, education programs, research initiatives, and publications. The Guggenheim strives to engage and educate an increasingly diverse international audience through its unique network of museums and partnerships. With nearly three million annual visitors worldwide, the Guggenheim and its network are one of the most visited cultural institutions in the world. Key Responsibilities: - Assist full and senior curators with research for and the development and coordination of major Tower or Rotunda-scale exhibitions. This includes all aspects of exhibitions development including: - administration of loan requests and negotiations; - liaising with exhibitions management, technical and installation teams to support implementation - liaising with project management and exhibition management teams in budget preparation and management for exhibitions and exhibition-related projects - coordinating (and possibly writing for) accompanying publications - Conduct scholarly research on collection artists and artworks as needed for exhibitions, acquisitions, and publications. - Independently organize smaller modern or contemporary exhibitions for the Tower galleries and for the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and possibly other venues (for touring collection exhibitions) - Serve on one or more of the museum's acquisition committees, which entails selecting and presenting artworks for purchase as well as collaborating with advancement staff to program committee activities (studio visits, travel, etc.) - Participate in one or more of the curatorial think tank groups (Contemporary, Modern, or Frameworks) for program ideation, collection strategy, etc. - Work closely with the advancement team for donor cultivation - Engage strategically with the museum's social media and marketing teams to promote curatorial content - Work closely with the public programming team to conceptualize and execute dynamic discursive programming Qualifications and Requirements: - M.A. in Art History or the equivalent (defined as at least 3 years prior museum work experience). Ph.D. or advanced graduate studies in African-American studies and critical theory is preferred. Majors in other relevant disciplines will also be considered on a case-by-case basis. - Background in modern and contemporary art with demonstrated interest in African-American studies. - Previous experience of working in a museum curatorial department. - Interest and ability in curatorial research. - Excellent oral and written communication skills. - Professional demeanor and diplomatic approach. - Ability to successfully interact with a wide variety of internal and external individuals, including artists, galleries, donors, and colleagues in the museum field. - Ability to successfully interact and collaborate with other museum departments including Exhibition Management, Editorial, Education, Advancement, Finance, Marketing, Security, etc. - Proficiency in a language other than English desired but not required. - Knowledge of TMS and MS Office software. The Guggenheim offers a competitive salary and excellent medical, dental, life insurance, disability, and pension plan coverage. Our staff also enjoys a generous vacation, sick leave and personal days, access to a variety of cultural institutions, discounts to museum stores and a stimulating and collegial work environment. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. recblid s4te8ytll4ggjadj1r2idvytr0wnmq

Assistant/Associate/Professor

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The University of Utah School of Accounting is seeking to fill one tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor in Accounting beginning as early as July 1, 2020, pending funding and University approval. We will consider any area of specialization. Details: General Information: The University of Utah has much to offer, including: - An excellent group of research colleagues and an active research environment, including a workshop series and the annual Utah Winter Accounting Conference  - Outstanding support for research, including access to CRSP, COMPUSTAT, TAQ, IBES, and SDC, as well as several other databases through Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) and here at the University of Utah. In addition, the college has a dedicated behavioral research laboratory  - A teaching load of 3-semester courses for research-active faculty  - A very collegial environment, including a great relationship with our Finance and Management departments  - A competitive salary and benefits package  - A great place to live (Salt Lake City is consistently rated as one of the top places to live in the U.S.). The University of Utah, an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer, encourages applications from women and minorities and provides reasonable accommodation to the known disabilities of applicants/employees. The University of Utah values candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds, and possess a strong commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students. recblid y4yg229xiwb6jnjy7n7fzivjrrmqjg

Senior Communication Specialist #3426

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Are you a words person with mad writing skills who is waiting for a unique opportunity to represent something you can believe in? The Northwest Credit Union Association has a new opportunity in the Communications/Marketing Department for an experienced Senior Communication Specialist. If you're juiced by prose, believe great writing is the reason behind everything good, and you can write quickly capturing the nuances needed to motivate various audiences, please keep reading. Our dream candidate has stellar writing skills, works well under deadline pressure, and can write everything from news releases to social, to print and digital marketing collateral. If your passion is writing and re-purposing content, you just might be the candidate we are looking for. Key responsibilities include, but not limited to: - Contributes as assigned to NWCUA's weekly newsletter, Anthem, tailored to senior leadership and credit union employees, industry regulators, and trade press. - Conduct interviews, research, and write assigned articles and related social media posts targeting credit union staff and leaders. Content includes credit union accomplishments and best practices, professional development opportunities, community impact opportunities, regulatory, compliance, and advocacy updates. - Coordinate two weekly Anthem stories with the Strategic Link staff. Gather and report stories that communicate business partners' value to member credit unions. Serve as the Association's "beat reporter" for Strategic Link by covering relevant news, and seeking opportunities to make media and member credit unions aware of the value Strategic Link partners offer. - Prepare news releases and story pitches as assigned for trade and "mainstream" media. - Serve as back-up editor and digital support for Anthem writing, editing, posting, and send-out, in the event of team absences. - In collaboration with the MarComm department and Leadership Team, monitor to ensure the Association's voice is appropriate and consistent across all channels. - Determine how to re-purpose content for all channels to reach intended Our ideal candidate will have five years or more of experience in the corporate communications environment. An ability to balance multiple tasks on deadline is critical. This position requires you to possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, proven experience writing for multiple audiences and channels, attention to detail, and a teamwork ethic. Experience in implementing editorial calendars, multimedia content creation, and overall digital content management is a must. Corporate or trade association background preferred. The ideal candidate will be intrepid, have a four-year degree in journalism, communications or public relations, or equivalent work experiences and B2B content creation experience. A portfolio that demonstrates writing experience news, marketing, and social media will be requested during our application process. Salary ranges from $50-$60K depending on experience. Generous benefits package including employer-paid medical/dental, 401k match, paid vacation, and much more. We are an equal opportunity employer.  Note: The Northwest Credit Union Association has offices in Boise, Idaho, Tigard, Oregon, and SeaTac, Washington. This position can be based out of the location that fits the candidate. recblid neq89fvaqpjngg49vde97i4secp3ve

Housekeeper / Front Desk / Maintenance Motel

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  • Danbury
  • CT

Housekeeper / Front Desk / Maintenance Motel Full Time / Part Time - All shifts needed. recblid d7hx937lxtm0fq6vfpzq32u4oij498

Costurera

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Costurera/O Para trabajar en fabrica de costura. area de Van Nuys Debe tener documentos en regla.  recblid hggm1oa8jomlcyu96xnmqt4avcn6bp

Carrocero

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Se Solicita Carrocero Con experiencia en ‚ÄúFraming‚ÄĚ y remplasar partes. Pagamos en efectivo, Area de Monrovia.¬† recblid p9ca5pxo2p6yxn72dik9n07onzr7gt

Choferes con Carro y Seguro

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Choferes con Carro y Seguro. Pago $150/dia garantizado. Hablar Ingles. recblid sss1p9zxojmck82czsrfw01mv8bgk8

Corporate Relations Manager

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Pacific Northwest Ballet's Corporate Relations Manager is responsible for raising over $900K in funds from corporate partners and ArtsFund, including all aspects of development and management of corporate relations strategies for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. This full-time, salaried position reports to the Director of Direct of Donor Engagement and collaborates frequently with PNB's Chief Marketing & Advancement Officer, Executive Director and members of PNB's Board of Trustees. Responsibilities Sponsorships and Solicitations - Secure renewed annual and event sponsorships from current roster of 30-40 cash and in-kind sponsors through corporate foundation grant applications and marketing-driven corporate sponsorship proposals. - Design and create sponsorship proposals in cooperation with PNB marketing team that identify and address the marketing strategies and goals of current and prospective partners. - Coordinate major sponsorship requests with members of PNB's Board of Trustees. Benefits Administration - Oversee benefits administration, including all sponsor recognition in PNB publications and onsite (marketing collateral, website, McCaw Hall signage, etc.), complimentary ticket requests, special event invitations, signage, etc. for corporate partners. Research and Relationship Building - Research corporate and foundation sponsors and donors online and through business publications as well as in cooperation with PNB Trustees, and at local networking event such as Corporate Giving Network lunches and annual conference. - Develop and maintain corporate prospect lists. - Develop and maintain personal relationships with corporate donors. Committees and Staff Liaison - Advise Special Events Chairs on corporate giving processes and opportunities. - Attend meetings of the Board of Trustee, Trustees Committee, Corporate Task Force, and other committees as requested. Qualifications - BA in public relations, business management, marketing, or closely related field. - Four (4) years related experience in area of corporate sponsorships - Significant experience and success in developing major sponsorships, with an entrepreneurial approach, integrity, and energetic drive for success. - Consummate networker and strategist regarding people. - Exceptional speaking, persuading, selling and visioning skills; Ability to speak and write in a compelling way about PNB's funding and programmatic goals. - Professional and resourceful, with the ability to work independently and as a team player, to take initiative and manage multiple deadline-driven tasks and projects simultaneously. PNB values diverse perspectives, and life experiences; people of color, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. recblid 87o3smdjmab47heultv4oivb6tkz8s

FBI Honors Internship Program

newabout 2 hours ago
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  • Houston
  • TX

The FBI Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for undergraduate and graduate college students. While exploring the FBI‚Äôs exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at an FBI Headquarters location or in one of our 56 field offices located across the country. This internship offers students an unmatched opportunity to help the FBI achieve its mission to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution. FBI hiring managers seek applicants from a wide range of majors. Selected interns will be placed in assignments based on their location preferences, educational background, skill sets, and unique life experiences.¬† ¬† In the application, you must identify your preferred work location(s). For more information about the different FBI Headquarters Divisions located in the Washington, D.C. area, a list of Headquarters Divisions outside of the Washington, D.C. area or¬†to locate the field office closest to you, visit:¬†www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices.¬†In the application, you can select up to six (6) preferred work locations. If you are only interested or available to work in one location, then select only one location and leave the remaining five selections blank.¬† ¬† Relocation and housing costs are not provided. If you receive an offer for your selected preferred work location, but are no longer available to work at that location, the offer may be rescinded before the start of the program.¬† ¬†¬† Key Requirements - ¬† You must attend on a full-time basis an accredited college or university within the United States as an undergraduate (including two-year technical programs), graduate, or post-doctoral student. You are not eligible if you will graduate before the program start date (June 2020); however, an exception will be made if you will continue your education in the semester following your graduation. For example, if you are on track to graduate in June 2020 and will attend graduate school in Fall 2020, you are eligible to apply for this internship. 2. ¬† You must have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. If you are a first-semester freshman, or your school does not provide a GPA, you must have maintained a 3.0 high school GPA, and meet one of the following alternate criteria: - SAT: 1500 out of 2400, or 1000 out of 1600 (most recent SATs) - ACT: 21 or higher - ¬† You must be able to obtain a Top Secret security clearance and be located in the continental United States, Hawaii or San Juan for the duration of your background investigation. Background Investigation ¬† Those selected by an FBI hiring manager must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation as a condition of placement/retention in the position. Before that investigation is initiated, you must complete the SF-86: Questionnaire for National Security Positions. You must then meet with a special agent for an interview, pass a polygraph examination focused on your responses on the SF-86, and pass a urinalysis drug test. The background investigation will include a check of your credit history and criminal record, and interviews with prior employers, references, co-workers, personal associates, family members, and friends. Based on the information obtained during this background investigation, you may be disqualified from selection or removed from employment.¬† ¬† Selected candidates cannot begin the internship until the background investigation has been completed and the candidate is cleared for hire. A background investigation can take 6 to 8 months to process; that timeline varies, depending on the complexity of the candidate‚Äôs background, the number of places lived, overseas travel, and more. The FBI cannot guarantee that a selected candidate‚Äôs background investigation will be completed in time to begin the internship.¬† ¬† To best manage the process, the FBI has deadlines for key milestones in the background investigation:¬† - Those selected candidates who have not successfully completed their SF-86, interview, polygraph, and drug test by January 17, 2020, will be discontinued from the process. - Those selected candidates whose investigative phase of their background is not completed by May 1, 2020, will also be discontinued. Automatic Disqualifiers ¬† You must meet ALL eligibility requirements posted on our Employment Eligibility¬†page. During the polygraph, you will be asked questions related to these requirements. You will be¬†automatically eliminated from the application process¬†if you meet any of the following disqualifiers: - Are not a U.S. Citizen (born or naturalized)¬† - Have been convicted of a felony - Have used illegal drugs in violation of the FBI Employment Drug Policy - Have defaulted on a student loan insured by the U.S. Government - Have failed an FBI-administered urinalysis drug test - Have failed to register with the Selective Service System (males only ‚Äď exceptions apply.) ¬† Please note: If you do not meet all of the key requirements or you have any of the automatic disqualifiers, you are NOT eligible for the Honors Intern Program and/or employment with the FBI.¬† ¬† If you fail the polygraph because you withheld information about illegal drug use, criminal activity, or any other violation, you will be automatically disqualified from this and ALL future employment with the FBI. Also, failing the polygraph or background investigation will likely negatively affect future employment opportunities with the U.S. Intelligence Community and with any other agency of the federal government. ¬† Completing the Application ¬† You must complete the application and submit all required documents by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 15, 2019.¬†If applying online is a hardship, please request assistance by sending an email before the application closing date to¬†[email protected]¬†with ‚ÄúIntern Application Hardship‚ÄĚ in the subject line.¬† ¬† If you are selected for the program, you will have to go to the FBI Field Office closest to your address for the interview, polygraph, and drug test. To determine which field office you will visit, you must list the address where you will be for the majority of time from October 1 to December 31. Most likely, that will be your school address. Be sure that you enter the correct address so you can be assigned to the appropriate field office.¬† ¬† Required Documents ¬† Along with a completed application, you must submit the following additional documentation: Unofficial Transcript, the Official School Certification Form, and the Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. You must provide¬†all¬†required documents before the application closes on 09/15/2019 at 11:59 PM ET to be considered for the Honors Intern Program.¬†If you are missing any of the required documents, your application will be discontinued.¬† ¬†¬† If your school registrar or dean cannot complete the Official School Certification Form by the close of the application, you may sign the bottom of that document and upload your signed form. However, if you are selected for an interview, the Official School Certification Form completed by the registrar or dean must be uploaded to your FBIJobs.gov account by the time of your interview.¬† ¬† Required documents must be uploaded as .pdf files.¬†Do not submit any of these file types: HTML, TIF, JPEG, DOC, DOCX, Password Protected, or Web Link. ¬† In some circumstances, you may be required to submit additional documents. If any of the following situations apply to you, submit the documents noted below:¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Freshmen/No GPA:Unofficial College Transcripts, High School Transcripts, SAT/ACT Score(s), Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Your unofficial transcripts must show that you have enrolled in classes and are a full-time student at an accredited institution.¬† - 1st Semester Undergraduate Transfer/Graduate Students:Unofficial Transcripts from previous school, Unofficial Transcripts from current school, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form.¬† - If you are¬†graduating before the program starts, you must provide proof of continuing your education to be eligible for the Honors Internship Program. You must submit these forms at the time of application: Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, and Program Terms Acknowledgement Form. Participation in the Honors Internship Program will be contingent on receipt of the Acceptance Letter. ¬†¬† - Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, and DD-214¬† - Disabled Veterans:Unofficial Transcripts, Official School Certification Form, Program Terms Acknowledgement Form, DD-214, SF-15, and VA letter dated 1991 or later. recblid pmr7gzn2yof5yt93bhemr2q130ft12

Recruitment Manager

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  • Portland
  • OR

Bring your expertise in recruitment to Metro, where you can help make the region stronger, more sustainable, and more inclusive for everyone who lives and works here. In this role, you will have an impact on Metro's growth while leading a dynamic team of recruitment professionals filling a diverse array of positions -- from accountants, planners and project managers to animal keepers, park rangers, recycling specialists, theater ushers and more. With a new Council President and new leadership in several departments, including a new HR Director, we are open to new ideas and focused on improvement, all with an eye toward increasing diversity, equity and inclusion in our hiring, employment and service delivery practices. As Metro's next Recruitment Manager, you will play a key role in developing and implementing a forward-focused strategy for the recruitment team and the HR department as a whole. Our ideal candidate is an experienced leader with a solid background in recruiting, along with a strong understanding of and passion for best practices and emerging trends. You are committed to public service, excellence, and continuous improvement, and you have a proven track record of developing, coaching and leading a team of recruitment professionals to achieve maximum efficiency, effectiveness, and innovation. In addition, you have demonstrated success in developing community partnerships and enhancing outreach to communities of color and other historically underrepresented communities. During this time of ambitious change and transition in Metro's HR department, you will lead efforts to research, develop and implement best practices for recruitment; develop a plan to utilize social media to advance Metro's talent acquisition strategy; develop and implement a compelling recruitment brand that positions Metro as an Employer of Choice; and collaborate on the development and management of a robust onboarding program for new hires. If you're up for the challenge, we welcome your interest in joining our HR leadership team to help us build a collaborative and high-performing department. About Metro   Metro serves nearly 1.5 million people in Oregon's Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties, with a boundary that encompasses Portland and 23 other cities. The agency manages a number of Portland metro area regional activities, including the Oregon Zoo, Oregon Convention Center, Portland Expo Center, Portland'5 Centers for the Arts, regional parks, solid waste operations, and transportation and land use. Metro's values of Public Service, Excellence, Teamwork, Respect, Innovation, and Sustainability provide the framework for who we are and how we conduct our work. If you want to contribute your talent and energy to making this region a great place for everyone who lives here, this could be the ideal next step in your career. At Metro, we hire a workforce representative of the communities we serve, understanding that a diverse workforce strengthens our organization. We value diversity and support a positive and welcoming environment where all of our employees can thrive. Essential Job Duties An employee in this position must be able to perform all the essential job duties listed below with or without reasonable accommodation; however, this list is not intended to include all of the specific tasks which an employee in this position may be expected to perform. - Performs strategic planning, implementation and effective management of the recruitment and selection program. Supervises, trains, develops and manages professional staff. - Develops and recommends policies and procedures related to program areas that uphold Metro's values and the agency's Strategic Plan to Advance Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. - Designs recruitment and outreach strategies and goals, ensures successful execution of plans, prepares program data and evaluates program effectiveness. Researches and implements best practices for recruitment. - Develops and implements a plan to utilize social media for Metro's talent acquisition strategy. - Develops a compelling recruitment brand that communicates Metro's position as an Employer of Choice. - Develops and oversees a robust onboarding program for new hires. - Works as a member of the HR leadership team to build a collaborative and high-performing HR Department. - Collaborates with Metro's Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Office to recruit a diverse workforce and enhances cultural competencies in Metro's recruitment, retention, and learning outcomes. Exemplifies best practices for inclusion, equity and diversity in all aspects of recruitment and selection. - Works closely with other areas of HR, including HRIS, employee engagement and total compensation, ensuring coordination with overall HR mission and goals. - Leads executive-level recruitments and oversees and directs the work of staff for all other recruitments to ensure compliance with regulations and policies. - Develops and implements annual division budgets. Oversees controls to ensure expenditures are within limits authorized through the budget. - Fulfills Metro's core values of public service, excellence, teamwork, respect, innovation and sustainability. This position is not represented and is classified as a Manager II (click to read the full classification). Classification descriptions are typically written broadly and do not include the specific duties and responsibilities of the positions. Minimum Requirements - Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or a related field; and - At least five years of experience leading or supervising staff; and - At least two years of project management experience in recruitment/selection; or - Any combination of experience and education that provides the necessary skills, knowledge and ability to perform assigned tasks. Preferred qualifications: - At least three to five years of direct recruitment/talent acquisition experience. (Five or more years highly preferred.) - Public sector recruitment experience. Knowledge, skills and abilities - Knowledge of recruitment and selection best practices, including effective outreach to diverse applicant sources - Knowledge of practices and principles of human resources management - Knowledge of program/project planning, budget preparation and expenditure control and management - Skill to analyze human resources situations and make sound business recommendations - Skill to coordinate program activities with multiple stakeholders, including other areas of Human Resources - Skill to prepare clear and concise reports, correspondence and other documents - Skill to identify trends, challenges and recommend/implement necessary changes to respective program areas - Ability to plan and carry out effective outreach efforts and to build strong relationships with community partners - Ability to use sound judgment and assess all dimensions of an issue for fiscal, legal and people impact - Ability to apply federal, state, and local policies, procedures, laws and regulations - Ability to use discretion and sound judgment with confidential and sensitive matters - Ability to collect, organize and analyze facts or data and develop recommendations based on review and findings - Ability to provide excellent customer service and to establish and maintain cooperative relationships with employees, unions, volunteers, vendors, the public, and others encountered during the course of work in a courteous and professional manner - Must successfully pass the background checks and screening requirements of the organization Additional Information Online applications: Metro accepts job applications online. If you need assistance or accommodation with your application or access to a computer, call 503-797-1570. Accommodation: Reasonable accommodation is available to anyone whose specific disability prevents them from completing this application or participating in this process. To obtain confidential assistance please contact Human Resources at 503-797-1570. Public Employees Retirement System (PERS): New employees will pay the employee portion of the PERS contribution. Veterans' Preference: Under Oregon Law, qualified veterans may be eligible for veterans' preference when applying for Metro positions. If you are a veteran and would like to be considered for a veterans' preference for this job, please provide qualifying documents as instructed during the application process. Criminal background check: In order to protect the wellbeing of its employees, the public and agency assets, Metro may conduct criminal background checks on candidates selected for Metro positions. Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude employment and will be considered on a case by case basis. A background check will only be conducted if you are selected as a finalist for a position. If selected as a finalist, you will be contacted by Human Resources prior to the initiation of a background check. Equal employment opportunity: All qualified persons will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, familial status, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability for which a reasonable accommodation can be made or any other status protected by law. Assistance will be gladly provided upon request for any applicant with sensory or non-sensory disabilities. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer recblid tfosx028h6zg7om03h76u3k1omjilq

Library Operatons Manager

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The Hiawatha Public Library, located in Hiawatha, Iowa is a member of the Metro Library Network with the Marion and the Cedar Rapids public libraries. The library serves cities of Hiawatha, Cedar Rapids, Marion, and rural Linn County, Iowa. The service population is nearly 15,000. The library is expanding from 8,543 square feet to 22,000 square with completion expected in May 2020. The library staff consists of 9 employees. The library director reports to a 7-member governing board and is considered a department of the City of Hiawatha. The successful candidate will supervise library assistants and clerks, provide direction to all staff regarding circulation services, and manage the day-to-day operations of the library. The operations manager acts as the director in the director's absence. The operations manager has overall responsibility and accountability for providing planning and direction to multiple functional areas within the library, with an emphasis on ensuring quality service for patrons. The scope of responsibility includes all points of service delivery at the library. The operations manager participates in the development, recommendation and administration of library policies, procedures and processes. Additionally, the operations manager oversees and provides budget input. The operations manager works collaboratively with all library departments, city departments, consortium partners, the community and/or external agencies. Minimum Requirements: - Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA-accredited institution. - One year of supervisory experience in a library setting. - Eligible for a State of Iowa Public Librarian's Certificate. - Completion of a successful background check. Salary: $48,800 The deadline for applications is 5:00 pm on September 9, 2019 recblid ayhiih0nnevlmxl7qfc1doeq2ovfqk

Maintenance Tech, Property Inspector

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  • Breckenridge
  • CO

NOW HIRING: Maintenance Tech Property Inspector WE OFFER: ‚ÄĘ Competitive Pay ‚ÄĘ 4 Day Work Week ‚ÄĘ 3 Weeks of PTO ‚ÄĘ Tech/Tool Allowance ‚ÄĘ Company Vehicles ‚ÄĘ Cell Phone Reimbursement ‚ÄĘ Local and International Company Retreats E-mail Resume: [email protected] recblid tgjhkb0se0j3ayiha46kff3fc9nc13

Peripheral Nerve Surgeon

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Massachusetts General Hospital, a major Boston teaching hospital and affiliate of Harvard Medical School, seeks a Peripheral Nerve Surgeon to collaborate with division faculty to build and expand the Peripheral Nerve Program in the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Division of the Department of Surgery. The Peripheral Nerve Surgeon will participate in all aspects of the clinical practice, educational programs, and research related to the Peripheral Nerve program at Massachusetts General Hospital. S/he will seek to further the teaching and research missions of the institution, and as such, must qualify for a Harvard Medical School appointment at the Associate Professor or Professor level. Requirements: The surgeon must be a role model for clinical scientists and surgeons in training. The position, therefore, requires an outstanding surgeon who is a distinguished national leader in peripheral nerve as well as an exemplary teacher, with a background and accomplishments in research. The individual should also have experience and interest building a high-volume peripheral nerve and reconstructive clinical practice with demonstrated excellent outcomes. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. recblid wcogljvydtgtiuy1hwjf6ajt5404hf

Director of Research & Evaluation

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Reports to: Executive Director Status: Salary, Exempt Momentous Institute has been working to build and repair social-emotional health since 1920. The organization serves over 5,500 children and family members directly each year through mental health programs and a social-emotional health-based curriculum at its nationally acclaimed Momentous School. In addition to our direct work with children and families, we invest in research and social-emotional health training in an effort to help far more children than we can serve directly. On average, we train over 9,000 professionals from 16 states annually. The Opportunity Momentous Institute is seeking a Director of Research and Evaluation. The successful candidate will work alongside the organization's mental health, education, and innovation and impact teams in an effort to understand how and why social-emotional health programming helps children to achieve their full potential. The successful candidate will have extensive experience conducting developmental evaluation of programs as well as designing and overseeing efficacy studies of interventions in a naturalistic setting. Essential duties and responsibilities: - Further develop and implement the strategic plan for the research and evaluation team. - Supervise a research team, including a director of clinical research, research psychologists, research coordinators and research specialists. - Work closely with program directors and school/research partners to evaluate programs and plan/implement specific projects. - Measure and report on the organization's annual strategic goals for direct services and training efforts. - Manage and report on the13-year longitudinal tracking of Momentous School alumni - Support the development, monitoring and reporting for grants. - Present research findings at local and national conferences and training events. - Publish peer-reviewed research articles on an annual basis. - Develop and monitor the annual budget for research and evaluation. - Promote servant leadership while embodying Momentous Institute's core values of Respectfulness, Stewardship, Innovation, Collaboration and Hope. The Director of Research and Evaluation reports to the Executive Director and works in a highly collaborative fashion with other members of the executive team including: - Director of Education - Director of Innovation and Impact - Director of Therapeutic Services - Director of Leadership and Governance - Director of Operations - Senior Director of Communications - Senior Director of Finance The collaborative nature of the organization extends to leaders and staff at the Salesmanship Club of Dallas and the Salesmanship Club Charitable Golf of Dallas. Educational and Experience Requirements: - Ph.D. in psychology (developmental, clinical), education, or related field - 6+ years of experience conducting research and evaluation studies of education and/or mental health programs, with a focus on developmental evaluation (i.e., use of techniques that support innovative program development in dynamic environments) - A record of publication in peer-reviewed journals (preferably as first author) - Experience with developing and leading a team of research staff - Strong intra- and inter-personal competencies, including - Deep respect for diversity of cultures and perspectives among clients and families with whom we work and among fellow staff and Club members - Able to quickly frame concepts/ideas using knowledge of existing psychological/educational theories and evidence-based practices - Skilled oral and written communicator; able to distill technically complex information into easy to understand concepts - Can work independently and as a team player, take initiative, and manage multiple tasks and projects to meet required deadlines - Problem-solving and creative mindset; approaches questions or problems with strong sense of curiosity - Optimistic and positive style; a leader who motivates and encourages others - Methodologically flexible and adaptable - Unquestioned integrity - Systems thinker Knowledge and Skills: - Child development theories and firm grasp of research findings related to intersection of mental health and education - Expertise in social-emotional health assessment - Process and Outcome Evaluation techniques - Inferential Statistics (traditional and more contemporary approaches) - Management of databases (Including SPSS, Access and Excel) Desired personal qualities: - Integrity, initiative, energy, enthusiasm, flexibility, ability to receive feedback, and a sense of humor. recblid h0ei9q2zrmuzw83reijonpo81dcq28

Postdoc

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Job description: The Famakin lab is funded by start-up funds, and internal UW funds, to develop a research program in innate immunity and focal cerebral ischemia. The successful candidate will employ the MCAO model to study innate immune activation during acute stroke and during stroke recovery. The lab is also interested in understanding the cellular mechanisms that underlie innate immune activation as it relates to the blood-brain barrier disruption during acute focal cerebral ischemia. We use various cellular and molecular biology techniques to study innate immune activation during acute focal cerebral ischemia and during stroke recovery. The goal of these studies is to lay the groundwork for the development of novel therapeutics to attenuate tissue damage resulting from innate immune activation during acute stroke and therapeutics to potentiate brain repair during stroke recovery. Begin date: Immediately Percent time: 100% Salary: Requirements: A PhD in neuroscience or related biological sciences. Candidate must be highly motivated to carry out cutting-edge research in innate immunity and focal cerebral ischemia. Strong working knowledge and demonstrated experience with the Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion (MCAO) surgery in rodents is required. In addition, prior experience with cellular and molecular biology techniques including tissue culture and immunohistochemistry is required. recblid okpfi73v3vsx1n9ytryd7hq3w53t12

System Campuses Librarian

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The System Campuses Librarian for the University of South Carolina serves as the cataloging and electronic resources librarian for the libraries of the seven other campuses of the USC System located around the state. This position also coordinates the technical service's activities of the System campuses with those of UofSC Columbia and serves as a liaison between the two groups. This position reports to the Head of Cataloging in Thomas Cooper Library. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. This is a full-time, 12-month, unclassified, tenure-track, faculty status position with the rank of Librarian. Benefits include medical, dental, state retirement or optional retirement plan. The University of South Carolina, founded in 1801, is the flagship campus of an eight-campus, fully accredited, state-system. The University is one of only 40 public universities to earn the Carnegie Foundation's top-tier designations in research activity and community engagement. The University of South Carolina - Columbia has strong undergraduate and graduate programs and other highly regarded professional schools including medicine, law, education, engineering, social work, pharmacy, public health, arts and sciences, nursing, and business administration. About 32,000 students are enrolled with more than 8,000 students in graduate and professional programs. University Libraries serves the graduate and undergraduate programs of all schools and colleges, with the exceptions of the School of Law and the School of Medicine. Holdings include more than 4.9 million volumes, 20 million manuscripts, 475,000 e-books, and four distinct special collections. University Libraries is a member of the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries, the Association of Research Libraries, and the Center for Research Libraries. The University Libraries also participate in NACO. The City of Columbia is the state capital with a metropolitan area population of nearly 800,000. The city is a state center of financial, transportation, and industrial development, and it has a rich historical and cultural tradition. Columbia is located within easy driving distance of both mountains and coast. The University of South Carolina System includes libraries at the Aiken, Beaufort, Lancaster, Salkehatchie, Sumter, Union, and Upstate campuses. The system libraries hold more than 2.5 million volumes in total, with individual libraries' holdings ranging from less than 10,000 to over 550,000. Responsibilities The System Campuses Librarian's primary duties include cataloging and classifying materials in all formats for the UofSC System Campuses with original or contributed copy records and performing database maintenance and working with the Thomas Cooper Library Shipping and Receiving Department to ensure delivery of library materials to and from the System Campuses. This position works with System Campuses Libraries and Thomas Cooper Library Collection Development and Acquisitions departments to budget, order, renew, activate, and troubleshoot electronic resources shared among the System Campuses. He or she serves as liaison to System Campus Libraries by keeping current with activities on the Columbia campus and advocating on behalf of the System Campus Libraries. As a tenure-track faculty member, it is expected the successful candidate will fulfill requirements in librarianship, service and scholarly activity as described in University Libraries tenure criteria. Qualifications Required: ALA-accredited MLS. A minimum one (1) year full-time equivalent cataloging experience in a library. Demonstrated knowledge of cataloging standards, practices, and products, including but not limited to LC classification, LCSH, MARC formats, AACR2 and RDA. Ability to perform macro-level editing of MARC metadata using library services platform and other tools. Demonstrated knowledge of electronic resources lifecycle, including budgeting, ordering, renewing, activation, and troubleshooting. Excellent interpersonal skills including oral and written communication. Demonstrated problem-solving skills, initiative, and resourcefulness. Preferred: At least four (4) years' full-time equivalent experience cataloging in an academic or research library, preferably including experience in a shared system environment. Familiarity with Ex Libris Alma library services platform. recblid j8gc7njdka4e13vto11m2sg0tz3hq7

Bus Operator

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  • Hartford
  • CT

Full-Time Opportunity for a Bus Operator Where: 100 Leibert Road, Hartford Connecticut Hours: Must be available to work a flexible schedule to include days, nights, weekends, split-shifts and holidays as assigned. Duties: Safely operating transit buses on routes, providing courteous, helpful customer service; collecting fares; following schedules; maintaining excellent attendance and working cooperatively with other employees on the team. Qualifications:  If you are at least 21 years of age, have a valid CDL Class A or B,  P Endorsement and in addition one of the following Endorsements: S or V or F or A, air brake qualified (No L Restriction) and have no more than (1) moving violation in the last 3 years this may be the job for you. Compensation: $22.80/hour (after training) with Excellent Benefits! Employees ride for free on CTtransit buses. Apply Now: Please visit our website at http://www.cttransit.com/Careers/ to view the full job description and apply. CTtransit is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. CTtransit is the brand name of the eight bus transit systems owned by the Connecticut Department of Transportation and operated by various contractors.  HNS Management Company operates the Hartford, New Haven, and Stamford Divisions of CTtransit, and, in 2015 assumed responsibility for operating most of the service on CTfastrak, the State-owned bus rapid transit line serving Central Connecticut.  We are the second largest public transit system in New England with a total fleet of over 450 buses and over 27 million annual customers.  HNS employs over 1,200 bus operators, maintenance employees, and administrative personnel.  HNS management reports to the Connecticut Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Public Transportation. recblid lsh0c57z9xxg18wkmctjkb9m8hsfxo

Experienced Port Drivers

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Container Trucking Company in Commerce looking for experienced port drivers. Weekly paid by 1099, $1000-$2000 average. recblid 7dor30w23ung0t0iasxupqonowdph7

Class B CDL Driver and Laborers

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Class B CDL Driver and Laborers. Full-time with benefits. recblid fgymgex0ghkbgh0ud84k5azxsuqlcb

Maintenance Supervisor, Maintenance Tech., Refrigeration Maintenance Tech, & Refrigeration Maintenance Manager

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  • Elberton
  • GA

Pilgrim's Pride located in Elberton, GA is having a NOW HIRING for the following positions Maintenance Supervisor, Maintenance Tech., Refrigeration Maintenance Tech, & Refrigeration Maintenance Manager We offer Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance, Paid Time Off, Referral Bonus, & a Great Work Environment! Looking for a job with flexible shift options, a dynamic working environment and excellent benefits? Then Pilgrim's is the place for you! As one of the United States leading poultry brands, Pilgrim's is proud to provide products to consumers, food service, retail and frozen entrée customers across the country. Located at 1129 Old Middleton Rd, Elberton, GA 30635 APPLY AT WWW.PILGRIMSUSA.COM/CAREERS/ EOE/M/F/VET/DISABLED recblid exedlde4klyv5cpc2okkmrsotsftq4

Part-Time parks Attendant

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PT Park Attendant-Downtown Closes On: September 19, 2019 at 11:59 PM CST  Location: Park & Recreation - Parks, Kearney, NE 68845 Department: Park & Recreation/Park Job Status: Part-Time Shift: 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM Days Worked: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri. Rate of Pay: $15.9077 - $22.3962 Status: Accepting Applications Job Description Summary Perform a variety of tasks in the maintenance and care of the parks and park facilities.  Work varies, requiring interpretative judgment within prescribed standards and procedures. Job Responsibilities Operate various types of trucks and light equipment.  Perform manual labor in the maintenance and care of street medians/corridors, park grounds, amenities, and facilities.  Help maintain equipment used in the maintenance of turf and park grounds.  Irrigate, water, mow, edge, aerate, control weeks, and maintain landscaped areas and turf.  Maintain effective working relations with facility users.  Assist with snow removal tasks.  Perform other duties as assigned. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees, officials and the public.  (Daily) Regular timely/punctual attendance. (Daily) Assigned projects are performed properly and efficiently.  (Daily) Maintain and safely operate equipment.  (Daily) Apply and maintain knowledge of the current methods, equipment, materials and tools to effectively maintain and care for shrubs, trees, plants and grass.  (Daily) Apply and maintain knowledge of the current methods, equipment, materials and tools used to perform maintenance tasks.  (Daily) Minimum Education & Requirements High school diploma/GED. Previous park maintenance experience preferred.  Must possess a valid driver’s license.  Ability to obtain Nebraska Pesticide Applicators License. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Mental Requirements - Ability to read and comprehend written material. Ability to listen and apply information and instructions. Ability to understand mathematical concepts to include basic arithmetic. Ability to organize information for concise written records. Machines, Tools, Equipment, Work Aids Used - Pickup, dump trucks, backhoe, tractors and attachments, bobcat, bucket truck, hand and power tools, two-way radios, sprayers, utility vehicles, mowers, weed whips, chain saw, tree spade and seeder. Physical Requirements Work Type:  Heavy, exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects Climbing/Balancing:  Climbs inclines and ladders, uneven surfaces, balance required Walking:  Extensive amount required Stooping/Bending:  Frequently Stand/Sit:  Sit about 20 percent of the time Reaching:  Frequent, overhead as well as horizontal Vision:  Adequate to perform essential functions Color Vision:  Adequate to perform essential functions Hearing:  Frequently perceive nature of sounds by ear Speech:  Moderate need to express ideas by means of spoken word Eye/Hand/Foot Coordination:  Frequently operates vehicles, equipment and tools requiring moderate ability Manual Dexterity:  Frequently operates equipment and tools requiring manual ability Disclaimer The above position description is intended to describe the duties of an employee in general terms and does not necessarily describe all of his/her duties. The City of Kearney is a Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer. recblid 6wd2blhfis3bwf7192q5k902ofbk5a

Accountant

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CAContryman Associates, P.C. Certified Public AccountantsCelebrating 80 Years of service. Contryman Associates, PC is a full service accounting firm in Nebraska with 7 locations. Contryman offers competitive wages, flexible hours, and a full benefits package. AccountantWe are seeking fulltime candidates in our Kearney and Lexington, NE locations. Accountants work under direct supervision and are delegated certain responsibilities. Must be able to reviews and complete works a timely and accurate manner, and show initiative to increase technical skills. Candidates, should have BS in accounting with additional general knowledge of sales tax and payroll regulations, basic income tax laws and be proficient in Quickbooks. If you're interested in joining our professional firm, email resume to [email protected] send Attn: Shawna Contryman AssociatesP.O. Box 1746 Kearney, NE 68848 Location/Region: Lexington, NE (68850) recblid 2fpligvunibmu6isd6j4kpazdyi4ui

Electrician

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Electrician Closes On: August 29, 2019 at 11:59 PM CST  Location: Public Works, Kearney, NE 68845 Department: Public Works-Street Job Status: Full-Time Shift: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Days Worked: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri. Rate of Pay: $21.3285 - $30.0024 Status: Accepting Applications Job Description Summary Assist with all aspects of in-shop and on-site installation and maintenance of the City’s traffic control devices, City owned street lighting systems and a variety of other City related electrical projects. Work varies requiring interpretive judgment within prescribed standards and procedures. Job Responsibilities Install, maintain, test, diagnose, and repair mechanical, electrical, and electronic traffic control equipment including loop systems, video and radar detection, signal coordination, traffic preemption systems and other signal devices; install signal spans, cables, street lighting and signal mounted signs; preform location and marking of related electrical service wiring; use lift truck to clean, inspect, maintain and repair pole and mast mounted equipment and signal heads; coordinate and/or install electrical fixtures on utility poles and light standards;  install cable conduit, measure and pull gable, splice and solder cable ends, and tags; lay underground cable; replace, install, rebuild traffic control systems including digging trenches, jacking conduit through ground, digging holes for signals; program and upgrade controllers and emergency vehicle preemptions; review engineering plans and schematics for traffic signals, street signs and other city related electrical projects; prepare and maintain work orders/records; assist with a variety of city electrical upgrades, maintenance and projects; Perform overtime as required and perform other duties as assigned. Minimum Education & Requirements Education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school with Journeyman Electrician license. Prefer prior knowledge of electrical theory as applied to traffic signal circuits and wiring systems. Must possess a CDL with Air Brakes Certification or ability to obtain one within 6 months of hire. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Mental Requirements - Ability to read and comprehend technically-written material. Ability to understand and apply mathematical concepts accurately. Ability to listen to and apply information and instructions. Ability to organize information for concise written and oral presentation. Ability to evaluate possible courses of action. Physical Requirements Work Type:  Heavy, exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 lbs of force frequently and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects Climbing/Balancing:  Climbs ladders, inclines, uneven surfaces, balance required Stooping/Bending:  Frequently Stand/Sit:  Sit about 25 percent of the time Reaching:  Frequent, overhead as well as horizontal Vision:  Adequate to perform essential functions Color Vision:  Adequate to perform essential functions Hearing:  Frequently perceive nature of sounds by ear Speech:  Frequently express ideas by means of spoken words Eye/Hand/Foot Coordination:  Frequently operates precision equipment requiring moderate ability Manual Dexterity:  Frequently operates precision equipment requiring moderate ability Disclaimer The City of Kearney is a Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace and an EOE. recblid 3ibwgql4uor1wosw0cjf6j3nwb49xb

Engineer I or II - Kissimmee Utility Authority

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ENGINEER I GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK: This is entry-level professional work providing engineering support in one of the following operational areas: Dispatch & Compliance, Distribution Engineering, Power Delivery, Power Supply, or Transmission & Distribution Operations. The incumbent will be responsible for performing basic engineering work involved in the planning, design and operation of the electric utility. Tasks may vary depending on the area in which the incumbent is assigned. Work is performed under the close supervision of a designated supervisor and is checked upon completion for technical proficiency and adherence to standard practices. TYPICAL FUNCTIONS: Performs engineering tasks requiring the application of engineering principles and prescribed methods, procedures and standard designs to perform work of specific and limited scope. Assists in the development of project/study plans, specifications and bid documents. Performs operating and economic feasibility studies and evaluates alternatives. Responsible for the execution of assigned projects and studies. Provides field direction for assigned projects and studies. Coordinates or prepares various internal and external reports. Maintains accurate and complete records and files. Performs related work as required. Dispatch & Compliance: Assist in the design, operation and maintenance of the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system and Advanced Metering System (AMI). Provides technical and administrative support for the utility’s North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) compliance program. Distribution Engineering: Works with customers to develop electric infrastructure needs. Prepares designs for typical distribution system expansions required to serve customers. Assist in the preparation of circuit maps and drawings. Participates in the development of standards for design and materials for the distribution system. Power Delivery: Assists in the design of transmission, substation and system protection facilities and equipment. Assists in the development of system planning studies. Provides engineering support to substation and relay operations. Power Supply: Provides engineering support to operations and maintenance personnel. Prepares for and conducts unit/equipment performance and diagnostic testing. Develops repair recommendations. Oversees major outage activities as assigned. Transmission & Distribution Operations: Provides engineering support to line operations. Coordinates and reviews divisional jobs. Prepares designs for typical distribution system expansions required to serve customers. Assist in the preparation of circuit maps and drawings. Participates in the development of standards for design and materials for the distribution system. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge and understanding of engineering principles and their applications. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Basic knowledge of industry standards, federal, state, and local regulatory requirements. Ability to maintain records and prepare reports. Ability to understand and apply computerized solutions to engineering problems. Ability to interpret drawings, diagrams and instruction manuals. Ability to prepare and/or modify drawings in electronic format. Ability to prepare cost estimates, specifications and bid/RFP documents. Ability to read, understand and follow policies and procedures. Ability to maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, external agencies, and the public. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Possession of a bachelor’s degree in electrical ormechanical engineering from an accredited college or university. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of or ability to obtain a valid appropriate driver's license issued by the State of Florida. SPECIAL CONDITIONS: May be required to work outside of normal working hours during system outages or emergency situations. ENGINEER II GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK: This is advanced professional work providing intermediate level engineering support in one or more of the following operational areas: Distribution Engineering, Power Delivery, Power Supply, or Transmission & Distribution Operations. The incumbent will be responsible for performing basic engineering work involved in the planning, design and operation of the electric utility. Tasks may vary depending on the area in which the incumbent is assigned. The duties allow for a wide latitude of independent action, judgement and decision making with minimal direction and supervision. TYPICAL FUNCTIONS: Performs intermediate engineering tasks requiring application of engineering principles and prescribed methods, procedures and standard designs to perform work of specific and limited scope. Develops project/study plans, bid specifications and related documents. Evaluates bid/proposal documents and develops award recommendations. Acts as the project manager on assigned projects/studies to field and contract personnel. Performs operating and economic feasibility studies and evaluates and recommends alternatives. Responsible for the execution of assigned projects and studies. Provides field direction for assigned projects and studies. Coordinates or prepares various internal and external reports. Maintains accurate and complete records and files. May provide supervision and/or guidance to other engineering staff, field personnel and contract forces. Task may include but not limited to work with customers to develop electric infrastructure needs. Prepares designs for typical distribution system expansions required to serve customers. Assist in the preparation of circuit maps and drawings. Participates in the development of standards for design and materials for the distribution system. Designs transmission, substation and system protection facilities and equipment. Conducts and prepares system planning studies. Provides engineering support to substation and relay operations. Provides engineering support to operations and maintenance personnel. Provides diagnostic tests on plant equipment to support preventative maintenance and operational reliability needs. Troubleshoots and initiates design changes or modifications in the analysis of plant system problems. Functions as coordinator when assigned to provide evaluation, coordination and planning for maintenance work. Plans, performs and documents performance test work on all major plant equipment. Provides testing and input data for maintenance management and equipment outage analysis. Provides engineering support to line operations. Coordinates and reviews divisional jobs. Performs related work as required. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Considerable knowledge of the modern practices, methods, techniques, and equipment used in activities involved in engineering in one or more of the operational areas. Ability to understand and apply computerized solutions to engineering problems. Ability to prepare and/or modify drawings in electronic format. Considerable knowledge of KUA’s electric system. Considerable knowledge of the use and care of electric utility equipment and systems. Ability to take field notes and use them in drawing plans and specifications. Ability to plan projects, prepare cost estimates, conduct engineering and research, make inspections, and prepare progress and accomplishment reports. Ability to maintain records, coordinate and/or supervise subordinates, and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, external agencies and the public. Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing. Demonstrated ability to lead and effectively manage assigned project work. Skill in the use of personal computers and associated programs and applications necessary for successful job performance. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Possession of a bachelor’s degree in electrical or mechanical engineering from an accredited college or university and five (5) years of engineering experience in one or more of the electric utility operational areas. Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Florida is desirable. An equivalent combination of training may substitute for some of the required experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of or ability to obtain a valid appropriate driver's license issued by the State of Florida. SPECIAL CONDITIONS: May be required to work outside of normal working hours during system outages, emergency situations or during assigned projects. recblid 1wpac4lg5oipowwevt10d0052x3wac

Superintendent

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The Coggon Municipal Light Plant is looking for a Plant Superintendent. Experience with line work is required. Interviews will start immediately and the position can be filled at any time. The superintendent responsibilities will include: - The management, operation and maintenance of the Light Plant.  - The management and control of the Light Plants electrical system and generation facilities.  -  To receive all Iowa One-Call notifications and locate underground electrical lines.  - Manage day to day operation of the electric utility. The superintendent will make sure that the utility is in compliance with federal, state and local regulation.  -  Maintain and operate, bucket truck, digger derrik, high voltage tools and other equipment and make sure that it is maintained and in a safe operating condition.  - Maintain power lines and sub-stations and keep them in compliance and safe condition.  -  Keeping the utility property and facilities maintained in a safe manner for the public and other employees.  - Maintaining and manually reading the electrical meters throughout the city of Coggon on a monthly basis.  -  Receiving trouble calls during nights, weekends and holidays. Troubleshoot and make repairs to electric lines and the generation system and contact the repair crews, if required.  -  Compiling and maintaining written records of the purchases, accomplishments, disposition of equipment and manpower, an up-to-date inventory list and activities contemplated by the board. The superintendent shall make monthly oral and written reports of the activities of the department to the chairperson on or before the first meeting of each month.  -  Perform all other duties of a superintendent nature which are not specifically assigned to other Light Plant employees.  Pay negotiable depending on experience recblid 6xeelpljz233r86bjjxtkdfsdrxt4j

Field & Remote Technicians

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  • Raleigh
  • NC

IT Practice, Inc. provides technology solutions to Dental & Medical & Small Business Clients in  Raleigh and the surrounding area. We are currently seeking Field & Remote Technicians to join our growing team in Raleigh, NC. This is a full-time field position with some helpdesk/remote work as well. There is potential for a full-time long-term career beginning at entry level to mid-level. The Field Technician’s primary job responsibility will be troubleshooting and repairing computer workstations, servers and networks via remote and/or some field work at various customer locations. We are looking for local candidates in the Raleigh, NC area to fill this position. Job Requirements: Prefer 2-5 years IT experience IT Experience working with Dental & Medical clients is a plus A+ and network + certification preferred MCSE and/or Network certifications a plus Excellent customer service skills Ability to install, setup, and configure Windows Environments Ability to work with a team and independently Timely and accurate preparation of paperwork Must be able to pass a drug test, and have a clear MVR. Compensation is based on skills and experience. Applicants must live within 30 minutes of Raleigh, NC.  recblid 0jp13uzdewphy5t78irfrxgzub49tb

Vehicle Mechanic Technician

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  • Bloomfield
  • CT

Vehicle Mechanic Technician $30.49/hourly ¬† This position has responsibility for the maintenance and overall condition of town and school vehicles, including CDL, heavy equipment, mini-buses, ambulance, police vehicles, fire trucks, etc. in a reliable and safe condition according to approved standards. Performs routine, specialized and preventive maintenance for all vehicle/equipment in the most cost effective manner. ¬† Minimum Qualifications ¬† Must have a High School Diploma or GED with 3 or more years of vehicle and/or heavy equipment mechanic experience; ¬†Vocational School or certification may substitute for one year of experience; Vocational Experience preferred. Must have and maintain:¬† Commercial Driver‚Äôs License (CDL) Class B with airbrakes endorsement. ¬† Selection Process All appointments and promotions shall be made according to merit and fitness for performing the functions of the position, including factors such as education, experience, aptitude, knowledge, character, ethics, or other qualifications that would determine the best candidate for the position.¬† Examinations may include written, oral, physical, or performance tests or any combination of the various types of examinations.¬† Offers of employment are contingent upon satisfactory results of a background check, pre-employment physical and drug test and verification of information on the employment application. Applications Town of Bloomfield conducts pre-employment drug testing ¬† Applications may be obtained from the Department of Human Resources, 800 Bloomfield Ave., Bloomfield, CT 06002, or on our website at www.bloomfieldct.gov¬† and must be submitted to Human Resources along with a resume, and a legible copy of CDL license no later than Tuesday, September 10, 2019.¬†¬† Applications are accepted ONLY¬†by mail, fax (860-769-3505) or in person. ¬†Previous applicants need not apply. Town of Bloomfield is an affirmative action/equal employment opportunity employer.¬† Minorities, women & persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Persons with a disability who may need this information in an alternative format or who may need accommodations during the testing procedure should contact Cindy Coville, ADA Coordinator at 860-769-3538 or at [email protected] recblid nja5gkq72ntnl2ykjtrdojpxpjxgf3

El Jebel - Crew Members

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  • Avon
  • CO

Now Interviewing for Crew Members for our El Jebel location We are growing in 2019! We invite energetic, outgoing, dedicated and creative individuals to Join Our Team!!! We are committed to Delighting Every Customer through our pride and commitment to delivering a WOW experience to both our Guests and our Team Members. We offer our Crew Members the following benefits: - Industry Leading Compensation-$14.00 an HR depending on experience & availability - On-Going Operational & Leadership Training - Opportunities for Career Growth If you enjoy working in an environment that rewards your drive to be the Best and enjoy working in a Fast-Paced, Friendly Environment, then Wendy'¦s is the Choice for You! Please apply online at careers.wendys.com recblid apxr7hld4wgtbf7x4k9hptmtw5mijx

Front desk receptionist for Dental Office

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Our dental office needs help with our front desk. If you are trying to get back into the workforce after a break and looking for a position that allows you to use your skills with room for advancement - you could be the person we are looking for!¬† The position entails greeting patients with a warm smile and uplifting attitude, helping with answering the telephone, routing calls, message taking, checking patients in and out, scheduling, updating patient charts, correspondence, etc. Full time and long term position with a possibility to grow professionally, about 35 hours per week, pay rate $13-15 per hour.¬† Dental experience is preferred but not necessary and we will train the right candidate. Please forward your resume to [email protected] recblid 7x65itx9jwnz1ml3lbpvcdarzs6y5x

Healthcare Opportunities

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FirstHealth of the Carolinas is a leading healthcare system that puts patients first and offers you a medically sophisticated and supportive environment where you can learn and grow. You will enjoy excellent resources, a supportive management team and exceptional opportunities for career growth. Located in Moore County, named one of the nation's 100 Best Communities for Young People by America's Promise Alliance and ING, FirstHealth has immediate openings in the following areas: ¬† ¬†NURSING . Case Manager . CRNA ‚ÄĘ Experienced, Full-time RNs ‚Äst Cardiac Specialty Care,¬†CVT-ICU, ER, ICU, Inpatient Rehab, Intermediate Care, Med/Neuro ICU, Med/Surg, Med/Tele, Neuro, Oncology, OR, Dialysis & Psychiatry, Med/Surg - Montgomery¬† ‚ÄĘ LPNs ‚Äʬ†Nursing Assistants . Patient Navigator - Medical Oncology/Infusion . Risk Manager - RN ‚ÄĘ Utilization Review/Discharge Planner RN ¬† *** to speak with our Virtual Assistant, text "FirstNurse" to 910-356-9877 ¬† We are now accepting applications for RN New Grads for our July 2019 Residency Program. ¬† PRACTITIONER OPPORTUNITIES ‚ÄĘ Cardiologist ¬† ‚ÄĘ Hospitalists¬† ‚ÄĘ Physician Assistant/Nurse Practitioner - Hospitalist Services, Convenient Care Clinics & Family Practice ALLIED HEALTH . CT Techs . Dietitian - cardiac rehab¬† . Echo Technologist - Full Time . Inpatient Coding Specialist . Laboratory Point of Care Testing Coordinator . LCSW's ‚ÄĘ Medical Assistants - AMT or AAMA required ‚ÄĘ Medical Laboratory Technologist - Full and Part Time . MRI Techs . Neurodiagnostics Tech - Registered . Occupational Therapist . Occupational Therapist or Occupational Therapy Assistant - Troy ‚ÄĘ Paramedics . Physical Therapist - Pinehurst . Physical Therapists . Poly Tech - Registered . Radiologic Technologists . Respiratory Therapist . Special Procedures/Angiography Technologist . Speech Pathologist - PRN . Surgical Technologist¬† . Ultrasound Techs PROFESSIONAL . Admin Director of Planning, Design and Construction . Biomedical Supervisor . Chargemaster Analyst . EPIC Analyst¬† . Epic Interface Engineer . Imaging Engineer . IS Security Engineer . Membership Services Coordinator - Raeford . Network Engineer .¬†Senior Clinical Analyst¬† . Senior Patch Management Engineer . Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Analyst The Sandhills region of North Carolina offers a first-rate blend of culture, entertainment, family-friendly neighborhoods, great schools, multiple recreation opportunities, a wonderful four-season climate, and a reasonable cost of living. With the mountains, ocean, several universities, and metropolitan areas like Raleigh, Charlotte, and Fayetteville within easy driving distance, our area offers everything you're looking for. For more information and to apply online, please visit firsthealth.org/join-our-team/careers An equal opportunity employer. ¬† Click the links below to follow us on Twitter & Facebook: www.twitter.com/FirstHealth https://www.facebook.com/CareersatFirstHealthoftheCarolinas/timeline recblid 9mg9ftw70jdin9eoky848j855u11k6

Clinical Nurse Trainer

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Clinical Nurse Trainer Salary $26.58 Hourly Location Kearney, NE Job Type PERM FULL TIME Department Nebraska Department of Veterans' Affairs Job Number 25172523   Description The Nebraska Department of Veterans Affairs (NDVA) is seeking a self-motivated, team oriented Registered Nurse to facilitate training to Central Nebraska Veterans Home employees. We are looking for a professional with the skills necessary to enhance Learning and Development efforts. We are in search of a Clinical Nurse Trainer who possesses strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to deliver innovative and engaging learning experiences and solutions. We are looking for individuals who are interested in being part of a dynamic team of professionals with the mission to attract, develop and retain excellent employees. Hours are typically M-F 8AM-5PM but schedule may change due to facility needs. Must be flexible with schedule to accommodate evening and weekend education/orientation.  Salary: $26.577 per hour plus additional based on years of experience  Job Location: Central Nebraska Veterans Home 4510 E. 56th St., Kearney, NE  Examples of Work Develop and deliver training focused on Veteran's Home patient population applicable to healthcare licensed and non-licensed staff, particularly the Nursing Service staff including assessment of competency. Present and facilitate learning/development events such as New Employee Orientation, communication and interpersonal skills, work place safety, workplace processes and other work place initiatives. Train end-users on computer based information systems and computer programs commonly used in NDVA. Provide consultation, assessment, and research services. Facilitate processes, recommend strategies and design, develop and deliver training to staff with varied learning styles. Provide learning management including: curriculum development, participation entry, transcript management and report development. Translate standard NDVA business process, cultural standards, work expectations into learning events and experiences for NDVA staff.  Qualifications / Requirements REQUIREMENTS: A current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in Nebraska or authority based on the Nurse Licensure Compact to practice as a registered nurse in Nebraska and education or experience in planning, developing, conduction and evaluating training or adult development courses and training adult learners. OTHER: Valid driver's license or the ability to provide independent authorized transportation for work-related travel.  Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Candidate must prepare a short presentation for the interview, showing how you present and teach. Candidate will have Registered Nurse experience. Prefer three years experience in training end users, health professionals, para-professional staff. Abilities related to excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills and ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Ability to be creative, proactive and "think out of the box" to identify process improvement opportunities. Skill in project management and simultaneously working with details and big picture ideas. Ability to work independently as well as on a team and with confidential information; Learn NDVA policies and procedures to provide information to employees, supervisors and the general public. Must be reliable, responsible and dependable to job obligations with a willingness to take on responsibilities and challenges. Must successfully complete requirements for American Heart Association CPR Instructor within 6 months of employment.  EEO/AA/VET recblid 7iqmgdj4vj7g8vz9ppi8hdgfr6otdn

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