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Substance Use Navigator (SUN) Peer Recovery Navigator

newabout 1 hour ago
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Description University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry - ARTS SUN Peer Recovery Navigator – Health Care Tech II Position 664918 Requisition 15606 Applications are accepted electronically ONLY at www.cu.edu/cu-careers School of Medicine- Department of Psychiatry - ARTS Outpatient has an opening for full-time University Staff (unclassified) Substance Use Navigator (SUN) (MAT) Peer Recovery Navigator – Health Care Tech II position. The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Center seeks a full-time, University Staff, non-classified, Substance Use Navigator (SUN) Peer Recovery Navigator (Health Care Technician I) within the Addiction Research and Treatment Services (ARTS) Adult Outpatient Program, with clinic locations in Denver, Aurora and Arvada. The ARTS Adult Outpatient Program is within the School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. ARTS Adult Outpatient clinics provide drug and alcohol assessment, psychosocial and pharmacological treatment for adults. Programs in various clinic locations include traditional outpatient, intensive outpatient and may contain specialty services for clients referred by the criminal justice system, county departments of human services, and services for pregnant women, individuals who are HIV-positive and gender responsive services. This position supports drug and alcohol assessment, psychosocial, and pharmacological treatment for adult patients in substance use disorder (SUD) treatment at ARTS clinic locations (Denver, Aurora, and Arvada). ARTS is a part of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. This is a full-time, grant-funded, University Staff (non-classified) position that provides activities to engage, educate, and offer support to patients in need of substance use treatment navigation services, their family members, and caregivers to connect patients to prevention, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up sessions. This position is responsible for conducting outreach activities with patients, staff, community partners, subcontracted agencies, and/or other entities as appropriate, travel to various sites, and perform other duties as assigned or required. Standard working hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm, with two evening hour days required (2:00 pm to 10:00 pm). This position may be required to work on some Saturdays and Sundays for events and/or clinic coverage, as well. Important: This position is a full-time position made possible by grant funds. The position and its support and funding levels will be reviewed on a periodic basis; accordingly, the position’s status may be affected over time by any applicable variations in the grant and/or funding amounts. Primary Job Responsibilities : The SUN Peer Recovery Navigator will work with ARTS clinics and Denver Health Hospital to assist individuals in need of SUD treatment to connect with community services and agencies that provide assistance to patients. This position will build and maintain relationships with medical and clinical care providers, work groups, task forces, community agencies, harm reduction centers, and law enforcement authorities to educate and provide information regarding treatment. This position will support effective treatment referrals and serve as a conduit between patients who need treatment and treatment providers. In addition, this position will: Receive training and serve as a Peer Recovery Navigator to implement peer-led interventions to improve outcomes for SUD patients in opioid medication-assisted and traditional outpatient treatment. Conduct structured, peer-led individual interventions that focuses on health education, care coordination, as well as identifying and reducing barriers to care for patients. Conduct outreach activities in the community in to engage patients in substance use treatment. Conduct case management for patients, and provide referrals of necessary, appropriate resources to patients as needed. Implement standardized intervention, track patients for engagement, and connect patients to SUD treatment and care. Collaborate with supervisor and staff, and coordinate efforts to ensure successful delivery of services. Attend and participate in trainings, team/staff meetings, and other events as needed. Identify any problems, challenges, or obstacles in coordination of services, identify potential solutions, and resolve such problems, challenges or obstacles in a timely manner. Ensure all duties and responsibilities are performed for effective and appropriate benefit of patients to whom care and/or services are being provided. Ensure confidentiality of patient health information and/or health records. Complete paperwork, including consent/participation forms for each participant served, as required by the City of Denver and/or any grant specific paperwork requirements. Perform outreach and engagement to people who are experiencing high utilization of emergency department, mobile crisis, or other urgent care services due to their substance use disorder. Provide support to people in need of treatment with being admitted into evidence based treatment within their region. Establish and maintain weekly communication, either on site, or by phone with the City of Denver and Denver Health, other MAT providers, hospital Emergency Departments, harm reduction organizations, and law enforcement to educate each about the availability of treatment and to support effective treatment referrals. Facilitate peer recovery support services in an individual setting, oftentimes at off-site locations because targeted populations served do not have the financial means to come to ARTS clinics. Assist participants with the creation of a personal recovery plan, as necessary. Participate in weekly supervision meetings. Participate in any City of Denver or grant-specific meetings as required. Documentation Continuously maintain accurate and up-to-date records and/or notes as required by agency policy. Use electronic health record systems to ensure timely documentation, recording and tracking of communications, interventions, and patient data. Schedule and maintain multiple, internal and external appointments. Enter data into, and maintain, accurate records of activities. Gather, analyze and report patient statistical data. Order, maintain, and accurately track expenditures of office and medical supplies. Manage confidential patient information and health records. Perform other related duties as assigned, including but not limited to: data entry, data tracking, and data analysis/reporting. Document intervention activities in an accurate and timely manner, and seek consultation from supervisor or other staff as necessary. Customer Service Provide in-person and telephone reception. Provide excellent customer service to internal and external stakeholders. Provide information on program services and respond courteously to queries. Work comfortably among patients with or without substance abuse disorder, who are referred from city and county parole/probation departments, department of social services, and other relevant agencies. Perform other duties as assigned or required. This description is a summary only and is describing the general level of work being performed, it is not intended to be all-inclusive. The duties of this position may change from time to time and/or based on business need. We reserve the right to add or delete duties and responsibilities at the discretion of the supervisor and/or hiring authority Salary and Benefits: The hiring annual salary range for this position is $34,956 - $42,144 and is commensurate with skills and experience. This position is not eligible for overtime compensation. PLEASE NOTE : Candidates will be responsible for travel expenses related to the interview process and any relocation expenses. Your total compensation goes beyond the number on your paycheck. The University of Colorado provides generous leave, health plans and retirement contributions that add to your bottom line. Benefits: https://www.cu.edu/employee-services/benefits .Total Compensation Calculator: https://www.cu.edu/employee-services/total-compensation Diversity and Equity: Please click here for information on disability accommodations: http://www.ucdenver.edu/about/departments/HR/jobs/Pages/JobsatCUDenver.aspx The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus is committed to recruiting and supporting a diverse student body, faculty and administrative staff. The university strives to promote a culture of inclusiveness, respect, communication and understanding. We encourage applications from women, ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities and all veterans. The University of Colorado is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment. The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus is dedicated to ensuring a safe and secure environment for our faculty, staff, students and visitors. To assist in achieving that goal, we conduct background investigations for all prospective employees. Qualifications NOTE: A candidate’s cover letter must adequately describe how theirwork/life experiences satisfy the Required Qualifications of the position asstated above. If candidates do not satisfy this requirement and/or fail toattach a cover letter to their application, then their application will beremoved from consideration. RequiredQualifications: High school diploma or General Education Diploma (GED). One year of experience working closely with patients andconnecting them to resources. Substitution : Additionalappropriate education will substitute for the required experience on ayear-for-year basis Conditions ofEmployment: Must be willing and able to successfully complete the CCARRecovery Coach Academy training within 6 months of hire date. Must be willing and able to obtain the Colorado Peer and FamilySpecialist (CPFS) certification within 6 months of hire date. Must possess and maintain a current valid State of ColoradoDriver’s License, or obtain one within 30 days if and when the position isoffered (this position will be required to go outside of the clinic to orderand pick-up purchases/supplies for the work unit or clinic). Must be willing and able to pass a fingerprinting and criminalbackground check prior to being hired. Required background checks include areview with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Central Registryof Child Protection (Trails). Subject to pre-employment, post-accident, incident, and/orreasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing per UCD Addiction Research andTreatment Services Department Policies. Preferred Qualifications : Two years of experience working closely with patients andconnecting them to resources, or an equivalent combination of education andwork experience. Minimum two (2) years of lived experience in recovery fromaddiction or substance use disorder and is actively participating in his/herrecovery. Minimum two (2) years of sobriety with existing sober supports. Experience in Patient Navigation and connecting patients torequired services or resources. Graduation from an accredited college or university with anAssociate’s degree or higher in psychology, social work, counseling, humanservices, or another related field. Experience working with clients who are involved with thecriminal justice system, probation/parole, human services, and/or other similarreferral sources. Experience providing administrative support to clients, families,staff, and other stakeholders in a substance abuse treatment setting. Experience working with electronic health records and PatientHealth Information management systems. Possess current and valid registration in good standing withthe Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) as Certified AddictionCounselor II (CAC 2) license or higher. Bilingual in English and Spanish. Competencies : Thesuccessful candidate must demonstrate: Experience working successfully with multiple tasks in ahigh-pressure environment. Knowledge of, or experience with, care coordination,medical/hospital and/or community resources. Knowledge of basic therapeutic confrontation and structures. Demonstratedability to summarize the positive effects personal recovery experience, andwilling to share this experience in a way that would be helpful to others. Basiccomputer skills, including ability to use Microsoft Office applications (Outlook,Word and Excel) and to operate a copier, scanner, and fax machine. Cross-culturalskills, and experience with culturally diverse populations. Experience with motivational interviewing techniques. Musthonor, support and accept all pathways to recover. Ability to communicateeffectively, both in writing and orally Abilityto establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees at alllevels throughout the institution. Outstandingcustomer service skills Attentionto details Ability to manage difficultbehaviors. Ability to engage successfullywith substance dependent clients in treatment. Ability to comply withestablished rules, policies and procedures and meet deadlines. Ability to be open-minded andnonjudgmental. Ability to develop healthyrelationships and boundaries with clients. Ability to exercise discretionand maintain patient confidentiality. Ability to effectively and accurately check for typographical,grammatical and/or spelling errors in documents. Experienceof utilizing Microsoft Word to create documents, tables, mail merge, reports,etc. Experienceutilizing Microsoft Excel to create, revise, update and maintain spreadsheetsand macro-enabled reports. Experienceusing Microsoft Outlook to create, send and receive e-mail communication. Experiencewith accurate and timely data entry. Demonstratedcommitment and ability to advance diversity and inclusion Job Category: Health Care Primary Location: Denver Schedule: Full-time Posting Date: Jan 28, 2019 Unposting Date: Ongoing

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SYNAPSE System Administrator(Must Have US CITIZEN) (Very Long Term Contract)

newabout 2 hours ago
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SUMMARY The SYNAPSE System Administrator is responsible for the operational administration and network management of all PACS servers and workstations. This includes the following functions and activities Daily system monitoring Storage media management User management Network management Quality control and performance monitoring Study monitoring and patient information management Training for new and ongoing users Trouble-shooting and problem solving Security, including development and monitoring of policies and procedures Providing proactive technical administration, planning, coordination, documentation, and management reporting for the SYNAPSE system. The System Administrator coordinates activities related to the SYNAPSE PACS System with the organizationrsquos Information Systems Department and the Radiology Department. AREAS OF RESPONSIBLITY Responsibilities of the SYNAPSE PACS System Administration are described below for each major functional area or activity. (1). Daily System Monitoring Daily monitoring of scheduled jobs, using monitoring tools Daily monitoring of scheduled backuparchival software (HSMOTG) Daily monitoring of HSMOTG storage level and assuring that storage levels of all Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) partitions and Library are controlled appropriately Daily monitoring of NT Server Event Log and resolution of unknown errors as appropriate Monitoring of NT Server Hardware, including monitoring RAID Notifying the Vendor of any problems and working collaboratively to solve those problems. (2). Storage Media Management Primary Backup Tape Management, including purchasing new tapes, labeling tapes, changing tapestape rotation scheme, storing tapes in secure place Backup Tape Management, including purchasing new tapes, labeling tapes, changing tapes according to tape rotation scheme, storing tapes in secure place Media Replacement Unit (MRU) Tape Management, including purchasing new tapes, labeling tapes, changing tapes according to HSM software guidelines, storing tapes in secure place Primary Storage Tape Management, including purchasing new tapes, labeling tapes, and adding new tapes when necessary. (3). User Management AddingChangingDeleting Users on NT Server, including putting new users into appropriate user groups, granting appropriate permissions, changing users profiles, deleting users and maintaining appropriate documentation for all NT user management functions. AddingChangingDeleting users on PACS, including adding new users to PACS database, putting new users into appropriate user groups, granting appropriate SYNAPSE database privileges, changing user profiles, deleting users and maintaining appropriate documentation for all PACS users management functions. (4). Network Management Name Resolution, including IP address management, DHCP Server WINS andor DNS server management Hub, Router, Fire Wall, including network hubswitch, router, fire wall setting, etc. Wiring, including new wiring, maintaining, changing, etc. Domain Management, including PDC, BDC, etc. Network Troubling-shooting and Problem-solving, including factors related to network connection, data transfer performance, etc. (5). Quality Control and Performance Monitoring Participating in Vendor training for Quality ControlQuality Assurance procedures Developing and implementing Quality Control program to assure effective functioning and maintenance of SYNAPSE PACS System, consistent with QC procedures throughout the organization Participating in and developing information for the organizationrsquos performance indicatorsquality assurance programs, including providing information to Radiology Management, Information Systems, and others as required. (6). Study Monitoring and Patient Information Management Monitoring unmatched studies Correcting studies using drag-drop operation, when images are in the wrong study, when study belongs in the wrong patient when patient merge, study re-allocation, or image re-allocation is required Correcting study using Patient Management Tool, when patient information is wrong and for creating new patients, changing patient information Notifying Vendor Service that correcting study using Database Tool is necessary, when database miss-matches occur and cannot be corrected or when changing database information, using Database Tool, is necessary. (7). Training Providing User Training, including planning and coordinating training (personnel, site, equipment, materials) with Vendor training personnel, upon System purchase and during software upgrades Training additional new users and providing refresher training for all users as needed Participating in System Administrator and QC training provided by Vendor remaining current in new versions and techniques. (8). System Configuration Changes and Modifications Notifying and coordinating installations with Vendor personnel when adding new devices (purchased workstations, servers, archives, etc. supplied by Vendor), moving or removing Vendor supplied hardware, adding new purchased workstation licenses, database license, DICOM license, RIS interface license, etc Install and setup workstation hardware supplied by the organization, including physiciansrsquo PCs to be able to use SYNAPSE DiagnosticReviewDesktop workstation license Notifying, planning, and coordinating installation with Vendor personnel to add modality connections, including interfaces to new modalities Notifying and coordinating with Vendor personnel when moveschanges to modalitiesrsquo DICOM storage locations are required Planning and coordinating software upgrades with Vendor personnel Installing and maintaining other information software (e.g., MS office, e-mail, etc.) to workstations Tracking and notifying Vendor personnel when modality software upgrades, RISHIS system software upgrades, or other related information system software upgrades are required. (9.) Trouble-shooting and Problem Solving Analyzing and notifying Vendor personnel when hardware problems associated with Vendor supplied hardware require Vendor personnel involvement and resolution Analyzing and solving hardware problems related to hardware supplied by the organization Analyzing and working with Vendor personnel to resolve SYNAPSE software problems, e.g., images cannot be sent or viewed, backup or HSM does not work correctly, etc. Restoring data from backup Analyzing and working with Vendor personnel to resolve software communication problems, including modality communication problems, RIS communication problems, etc. (10.) Technical Documentation and Management Reporting Developing and implementing policies and procedures, in cooperation with Information Systems, to assure that system monitoring and effective backup procedures are followed Developing and maintaining materials and records (attendance, etc.) for user training Developing and providing regular management reports to Radiology Administration and Information Systems.

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Leasing Consultant

newabout 14 hours ago
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Keep accurate records of prospective residents and all associated transactions/correspondence Qualifications: * Previous experience in real estate, property management, or other related fields

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R&D Optical Engineer-Weaponization Science (Early/Mid-Career)

newabout 22 hours ago
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What Your Job Will Be Like Are you passionate about your work and dream of utilizing state-of-the-art facilities to explore solutions? Do you want to join a dynamic team that solves challenging issues for nation's security? We are seeking an Optical Engineer to participate in the full spectrum of development cycles from concept development to technical leadership to successfully achieve advance technology demonstrations proving game changing capabilities. Your job requires application of a broad range of engineering principles and techniques to merge concepts from different disciplines to deliver exquisite novel engineering solutions to complex system problems. Technically, you will perform modeling of simulations of real-time exploitation algorithms employing machine learning techniques on various electronics platforms for remote sensing systems that can be ground base, airborne or space-based systems. The environment is typically constrained, and new techniques are required to achieve mission success. The duties span collaboration across multiple disciplines and capabilities. The work will involve multiple phenomenology-s such as RFEOIRSeismicAcousticMagneticInfrasound. You will work on a team in constructive brainstorming sessions and consult on various technical problems. The effective and efficient communication is necessary for success, both written and verbal skills are critical for team success. On any given day, your duties may include Designing and carrying out field tests to characterize source signatures Modeling opticalIR sources and sensor systems Designing advanced opticalIR sensor systems tailored to the source of interest Analysis of opticalIR imagery, radiometry, and spectrometry Application of astrodynamics for sensor pointing and tracking Designing analysis algorithms using machine learning and other advanced technologies Qualifications We Require You have an advanced degree (Masters or PhD) in optical sciences, opto-mechanical engineering, optical engineering or a related field Your background includes research experience in radiometry, remote sensing, data analysis, image processing or polarimetry You possess computer programming skills including C++, MATLAB, or Python You can obtain DOE Q and SCI level clearances Qualifications We Desire Excellent oral and written communication skills Academic knowledge of explosive signature phenomenology Experience with multispectral or hyper-spectral data exploitation, mission analysis, sensor performance assessment, and system design Passion to propose new research and invent new technologies in remote sensing Ability to lead projects and interact with government sponsors Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to work within a team setting About Our Team The Weaponization Science RD department executes innovative research driving the state of the art in remote sensing technologies. By performing novel testing to parameterize source emissions, developing advanced sensor technologies, and designing cutting-edge analysis algorithms we deliver technological solutions to the nation-s most challenging security needs. About Sandia Sandia National Laboratories is the nation-s premier science and engineering lab for national security and technology innovation, with teams of specialists focused on cutting-edge work in a broad array of areas. Some of the main reasons we love our jobs Challenging work with amazing impact that contributes to security, peace, and freedom worldwide Extraordinary co-workers Some of the best tools, equipment, and research facilities in the world Career advancement and enrichment opportunities Flexible schedules, generous vacations, strong medical and other benefits, competitive 401k, learning opportunities, relocation assistance and amenities aimed at creating a solid worklife balance World-changing technologies. Life-changing careers. Learn more about Sandia at httpwww.sandia.gov These benefits vary by job classification. Security Clearance Position requires SCI access. Position requires a Department of Energy (DOE) Q-level security clearance and SCI access. SCI access may require a polygraph examination. Sandia is required by DOE to conduct a pre-employment drug test and background review that includes checks of personal references, credit, law enforcement records, and employmenteducation verifications. Applicants for employment must be able to obtain and maintain a DOE Q-level security clearance and SCI access, both of which require US citizenship. SCI access may also require a polygraph examination. If you hold more than one citizenship (i.e., of the U.S. and another country), your ability to obtain these levels of access may be impacted. Applicants offered employment with Sandia are subject to a federal background investigation to meet the requirements for access to classified information or matter if the duties of the position require a DOE security clearance. Substance abuse or illegal drug use, falsification of information, criminal activity, serious misconduct or other indicators of untrustworthiness can cause a clearance to be denied or terminated by the DOE, resulting in the inability to perform the duties assigned and subsequent termination of employment. EEO All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

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Probation Case Specialist

new1 day ago
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…scheduling, and management reporting; or on another case processing system; Retrieves criminal records , enters initial data, and updates records and orders in

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Registered Nurse (RN) Care Assure Nurse Navigator - PRN

new3 days ago
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Description SHIFT: PRN SCHEDULE: PRN/Per Diem For us, it is all about people. At St. David’s Healthcare, you will find that caring extends to both our patients and our people. With more than 119 sites across Central Texas, St. David’s HealthCare includes seven of the area’s leading hospitals and is one of the largest health systems in Texas. The organization has been recognized with a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award – the nation’s highest presidential honor for performance excellence. JOB SUMMARY The Care Assure Nurse Navigator is responsible for the programs and resources that support the navigation of patients through complex healthcare environments for the optimization of care and outcomes. S/he facilitates patient follow-up through coaching, information transfer, and communication in order to improve continuity of care, enhance the medical management of complex disease, and streamline the intervention process. The incumbent guides patients through the health care system by assisting with access issues, developing relationships with service providers, and tracking interventions and outcomes. Serves as a point of contact for referring physicians, patients and caregivers to provide resources and assistance with accessing clinical and supportive care services. DUTIES Reviews patient case lists generated by technology-enabled data triggers to identify patients that could benefit from intervention Communicates with physicians (in the hospital and in the community) about patients' potential for referral / follow-up treatment Provides feedback to leadership in regards to target population in order to enhance care coordination and patient satisfaction. Schedules follow-up appointments and provide information and reminders to patients & physician offices Tracks outcomes of referrals and treatments Maintains detailed records to measure effectiveness of program and suggest ways to improve throughout the process Works with physicians and program leadership on a daily basis Engages providers and patients in a program that will improve outcomes and the efficiency of medical care Performs position specific job functions at an acceptable level. Reviews clinical progress of patients and coordinates communications to referring, consulting, and primary care physicians. Plan, organize and provide direct care to the patient, as appropriate, if called upon to do so. Facilitates the development of a patient specific teaching plan. Reviews medications /educates patient as needed, Initiates communication regarding dashboard triggers with care team. Facilitates ongoing performance improvement activities related to the target population and involving all levels of staff Educates patient and families regarding planned procedures, medications and treatments. Evaluate clinical educational need of staff related to target population and facilitates collaboration with clinical care givers. Makes appropriate referrals as noted by the physician. Coordinates information among referring, primary care and consulting physicians and ancillary departments. Answers patient/family phone calls, fields’ questions appropriately. Participates in creating an environment that implements the mission, vision and values of the organization. Encourages collegiality and collaboration when integrating pilot services with other departments. Evaluates and provides input regarding the utilization of resources to meet the needs of the target population. Plan and delivers weekly status updates. Reviews pertinent clinical detail including diagnostic imaging studies, lab values and notifies MD as appropriate for abnormal findings. Qualifications EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing with graduation from an accredited school of nursing required. Will consider candidate with BSN within 6-9 months of hire or currently in school pursing BSN. Masters preferred. Minimum 3 - 5 years relevant specialty area experience (i.e. Cardiovascular, Orthopedic, Neuro, Spine, Oncology) specialty area experience strongly preferred. Knowledge and application of pertinent computer programs and imaging software (I.E. Merge, Epiphany, PACS, etc.) Incumbent is Personally Responsible to: Demonstrates competency and performs consistently under non-routine conditions and complex situations. Collaborates with Care Assure team members and suggests ideas for development. Significantly improves specific processes; recommends and facilitates initiatives to improve stakeholder value. Drives key business improvements and results. Participates as a subject matter expert. Demonstrates competency and performs consistently under routine conditions/situations. Applies appropriate tools and methods. Shares knowledge and information. Comply with and actively support HCA and hospital compliance and ethics programs and activities Comply with and actively support patient safety initiatives Perform duties and responsibilities of all lesser included jobs Company Description: At its founding in 1968, Nashville-based HCA was one of the nation's first hospital companies. Today, we are the nation's leading provider of healthcare services, a company comprised of locally managed facilities that includes about 165 hospitals and 115 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and England and employing approximately 204,000 people. Approximately four to five percent of all inpatient care delivered in the country today is provided by HCA facilities. Milton Johnson serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of HCA.

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STAFF ASST - Anesthesiology

new3 days ago
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Auto req ID 109064BR Duke Entity MEDICAL CENTER Job Code 476 STAFF ASST Job Description Description of Work: Position requires excellent customer service skills and professionalism to faculty, staff and representatives from outside organizations. Must be able to look at the big picture and plan ahead for the needs of the division and department. Individual must be able to multi-task various projects daily, and complete them accurately in a timely manner. Must be able to help relieve supervisor of the day-to-day office routines to ensure smooth productivity in the office. Must display dependability and teamwork. Time management skills, organizational skills, and flexibility to perform assigned tasks is required. Ability to handle confidential documents. Responsibilities Manage scheduling for the division and department, including, Operating Room and Critical Care physician schedules, Call, Meetings, Vacations, Sick, etc. Includes significant interaction and communication with division doctors. Enter division and departmental schedule into Qgenda, department scheduling software. Accurately track and report CDE’s. Ability to assess schedules and address potential conflicts before they occur. Must be familiar with Microsoft Office and advanced Excel to manage the scheduling. Will require training in the use of Qgenda our scheduling software if not already familiar. The use of Qgenda to manage schedules will be a major role for this position. Manage the Vice Chair’s and Critical Care Division Chief’s calendar, including, meetings, OR coverage, Travel, vacation, etc. Must understand the purpose of the meetings to help prioritize conflicting meetings. Prepare necessary documents to faculty to use in the meetings. Attention to detail, so that no meetings are missed. Assist other faculty as needed with calendar items. Schedule and coordinate arrangements for seminars and conferences and establish appointments, meetings, and speaking engagements for division. Facilitate visiting professors visits with the Chairman’s Office. This includes issuing invitation, confirming visa or citizenship status, processing appropriate paperwork so that the visitor receive honoraria and/or travel reimbursement. Make travel and hotel arrangements, arrange itinerary to insure all Faculty wanting or needing to meet with the visitor has appropriate time with the visitor. Arrange group meetings and meal locations including attendees and payment arrangements. Keeping all involved aware of last minute changes or additions. Create and maintain divisional and departmental databases. Including bibliographic and financial databases. Researching and solving any technical or procedural questions diplomatically and independently and bringing unresolved problems to the attention of the appropriate administrative official. Organize appointments necessary for all new faculty members: payroll, benefits, departmental, divisional, general orientations & faculty equipment matters (Saturn/Pin assignments, Billing Procedures, Locker assignments, ID badges, etc) Interface with business office, submit various form renewals for faculty, Anesthesia consults billing, Reconcile corporate card, submitting travel and other reimbursements, and preparation of departmental reports. Assist in updating faculty CVs, Publications, preparations of Lectures, Grand Rounds, and miscellaneous education programs and grants. Maintain current licenses for each faculty member. Process all Anesthesia consults, including, tracking progress, reviewing and editing the doctors’ letters, and coordinating with the doctors and the appointment desk. Perform library and web searches to retrieve articles for faculty to use in research and clinical endeavors. Order any articles from the publisher that cannot be found. Take and transcribe dictation, type letters, reports & records ensuring grammatical accuracy, conformance with general policy, and factual correctness Coordinate submission of research papers and grants, including graphs, tables, slides, etc. Must be able to use Endnote. This requires knowledge of IRB policies and IACUC policies as well as deadlines and the ability to multi task multiple submissions at one time. Request, retrieve, track and return medical records in a timely fashion insuring compliance with HIPAA and Medical Center Policies General administrative support on a day to day basis, including, phone coverage, letters, mail merge, scanning documents, etc. This includes screening & sorting mail and documents daily, determining which items to respond to independently and which to bring to supervisor’s attention based on content of communication and knowledge of office activities. Location Durham Requisition Number 401546686 Position Title STAFF ASST - Anesthesiology Shift First/Day Job Family Level 09 Full Time / Part Time FULL TIME Regular / Temporary Regular Department Name Anesthesiology-Womens Division Minimum Qualifications Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employercommitted to providing employment opportunity without regard to anindividual's age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, genderidentity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex,sexual orientation, or veteran status. Duke aspires to create a community built on collaboration, innovation,creativity, and belonging. Our collective success depends on the robustexchange of ideas—an exchange that is best when the rich diversity ofour perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences flourishes. To achievethis exchange, it is essential that all members of the community feelsecure and welcome, that the contributions of all individuals arerespected, and that all voices are heard. All members of our communityhave a responsibility to uphold these values. Essential Physical Job Functions:Certain jobs at Duke University and Duke University Health System mayinclude essential job functions that require specific physical and/ormental abilities. Additional information and provision for requests forreasonable accommodation will be provided by each hiring department. Education Work requires a broad knowledge of clerical and accounting principlesand practices normally acquired through two years of post-secondaryeducation in secretarial science or a related business field. Experience Work generally requires four years of related secretarial/clericalexperience to acquire skills necessary to administer complex officefunctions related to office management, communications, andbudgetary/accounting activities.OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

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Description Universityof Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Schoolof Medicine, Department of Psychiatry – ARTS AbstinenceMonitoring Technician (Health Care Technician I) Position00686658 Requisition 15756 Applications are acceptedelectronically ONLY at www.cu.edu/cu-careers School of Medicine- Department of Psychiatry - ARTS Outpatienthas an opening for full-time University Staff (unclassified) Abstinence Monitoring Technician – position. This class series uses threelevels in the Health Care Services Occupational Group and describes technicalhealth care work. Positions in this series provide support in deliveringpsychiatric, developmentally disabled, special education, or nursing care andtherapeutic treatment to an assigned client population. Duties includesupervising clients in a variety of settings; observing and reporting clientbehavior, physical condition, reactions to medications; participating as a teammember in group therapy sessions; performing preventative and practical nursingprocedures, such as taking and recording client’s vital signs; teaching basic living skills, hygiene, and social skills andexplaining various routines and expectations; providing immediate crisisintervention when required; and maintaining a safe, therapeutic environment. The Universityof Colorado Denver seeks a full-time, University Staff (non-classified) AbstinenceMonitor Technician within the Addiction Research and Treatment Services (ARTS)Adult Outpatient Program, with clinic locations in Denver, Aurora and Arvada.The ARTS Adult Outpatient Program is within the School of Medicine, Departmentof Psychiatry. ARTS Adult Outpatient clinics provide drug and alcoholassessment, psychosocial and pharmacological treatment for adults. Programs invarious clinic locations include traditional outpatient, intensive outpatientand may contain specialty services for clients referred by the criminal justicesystem, county departments of human services, and services for pregnant women,individuals who are HIV-positive and gender responsive services. This position supports drug and alcoholassessment, psychosocial, and pharmacological treatment to adult substanceabuse clients at ARTS clinics. This is a full-time, University Staff (non-classified)front desk/reception/administrative position that is responsible for checkingin patients, collecting fees, tracking and scheduling appointments, orderingsupplies, checking for any balances owed by patients, monitoring patients forurinalysis samples, working with confidential patient health records, as wellas other duties as assigned. Standard working hours are Tuesday through Friday,5:00 am to 2:30 pm and Saturdays from 5:00 am to 10:00 am. Job Responsibilities : Collectingurine specimens from same-sex patients. Ensuringchain of custody of specimens. AdministeringBlood Alcohol Level (BAL) tests on patients. Recordingand accurately managing urinalysis results into electronic health record system. Clinicreceptions duties, such as checking in patients at the clinic front desk andcollecting fees. Create,schedule and modify appointments for patients and clinic staff; createappointment records as needed. Orderingurinalysis and BAL-related equipment and supplies as needed. Providein-person and telephone reception when needed. Provideinformation on program services to potential and current patients. Assistin preparing charts for various types of patient intakes. Workcomfortably with patients who are referred from various referral sources,including parole/probation departments, department of social services, andother entities working with patients who have substance use disorder. Assistthe Clinic Coordinator in arranging staff schedules and logistics to ensure smoothoperations and adequate clinic coverage. Performother duties as assigned by the Clinic Coordinator. Documentation Continuouslymaintain accurate and up-to-date records and/or notes as required by policy. Ensureall appropriate releases of information are signed and up-to-date prior toreleasing information. Performother related duties as assigned, including but not limited to: billing andvoucher tracking, data tracking, and data analysis/reporting. Maintainscurrent and accurate records and notes as required by policy Gatheringpatient statistical data for reporting purposes Performother documentation as assigned by Clinic Coordinator. Provide Abstinence Counseling Services Reviewurinalysis results with patients in a confidential and respectful manner. Providefeedback on alcohol and other drug use and recommendations regarding behaviorchange. Discussand/or follow up with patients regarding interventions. Familiaritywith providing alcohol and drug education, brief counseling interventions andreferrals. Coordinatewith primary counselor regarding ongoing drug or alcohol use. Collaboration Communicatesand collaborates with community partners. Workswith ARTS Adult Outpatient management team to improve the overall operations ofARTS Adult Outpatient. Training and Certification/License Attendsapproved training sessions for the purpose of upgrading skills and obtaining ormaintaining all required certifications and/or licenses. This description is a summary only and is describing the general levelof work being performed, it is not intended to be all-inclusive. The duties ofthis position may change from time to time and/or based on business need. Wereserve the right to add or delete duties and responsibilities at thediscretion of the supervisor and/or hiring authority Salary andBenefits: The hiring annualsalary for this position is $34,956 and is commensurate with skills andexperience. This position is not eligible for overtime compensation. PLEASE NOTE : Candidates will beresponsible for travel expenses related to the interview process and anyrelocation expenses, if applicable. Your totalcompensation goes beyond the number on your paycheck. The University ofColorado provides generous leave, health plans and retirement contributionsthat add to your bottom line. Benefits: https://www.cu.edu/employee-services/benefits .Total CompensationCalculator: https://www.cu.edu/employee-services/total-compensation Diversity and Equity: Pleaseclick here for information on disability accommodations: http://www.ucdenver.edu/about/departments/HR/jobs/Pages/JobsatCUDenver.aspx The Universityof Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus iscommitted to recruiting and supporting a diverse student body, faculty andadministrative staff. The university strives to promote a culture ofinclusiveness, respect, communication and understanding. We encourageapplications from women, ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities and allveterans. The University of Colorado is committed to diversity and equality ineducation and employment. The Universityof Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus isdedicated to ensuring a safe and secure environment for our faculty, staff, studentsand visitors. To assist in achieving that goal, we conduct backgroundinvestigations for all prospective employees. Qualifications Required Qualifications: High school diploma or General Education Diploma (GED) Conditions of Employment: Must agree to, and successfully pass, a criminal background check. Subject to pre-employment, post-accident, incident, and/or reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing per UCD Addiction Research and Treatment Services Department Policies. Preferred Qualifications : Two (2) years of providing reception/administrative experience;twelve (12) months of which must include working in a front desk and/orcustomer reception role. Experience providing administrative support to clients, families,staff, and other stakeholders in a substance abuse treatment setting. Experience working with clients who are involved with the criminaljustice system, probation/parole offices, human/social service departments,and/or other similar referral sources. Graduation from an accredited college or university with aBachelor’s degree or higher, in psychology, social work, counseling, human services,or a closely-related field. Possesses a current and valid registration in good standing withthe Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) as a Certified AddictionCounselor (CAC) 2 license or higher, with no disciplinary actions or boardactions against the credential. Experience working with Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Experience managing financial paperwork including creatinginvoices, tracking expenditures, and gathering statistical data. Experience working with electronic health records and PHImanagement systems. Experience observing, monitoring and intervening in drug and/or alcoholtreatment and related services. Experience working on a multi-disciplinary team. Bilingual in English and Spanish. Competencies: The successful candidatemust demonstrate: Ability to communicateeffectively, both in writing and orally Ability toestablish and maintain effective working relationships with employees at alllevels throughout the institution. Outstandingcustomer service skills. Attention todetail Demonstratedcommitment and ability to advance diversity and inclusion. Ability to manage difficultbehaviors. Ability to engage successfullywith substance dependent clients in treatment. Ability to comply withestablished rules, policies and procedures and meet deadlines. Ability to be open-mindedand nonjudgmental. Ability to develop healthyrelationships and boundaries with clients. Ability to exercisediscretion and maintain patient confidentiality. Ability to effectively and accurately check for typographical,grammatical and/or spelling errors in documents. Experienceutilizing Microsoft Word to create documents, tables, mail merge, reports, etc. Experienceutilizing Microsoft Excel to create, revise, update and maintain spreadsheetsand macro-enabled reports. Experienceusing Microsoft Outlook to create, send and receive e-mail communication. Experiencewith accurate and timely data entry. Experienceworking successfully with multiple tasks in a high-pressure environment. Job Category: Health Care Primary Location: Denver Schedule: Full-time Posting Date: Feb 18, 2019 Unposting Date: Ongoing

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Directly and solely responsible for the administration and operation of the Senior Community Services Employment Program site activities at the local level. Provides leadership and supervision to project office staff in daily activities including interviewing applicants, enrollment, orientation, by-weekly payroll for an average of 120 participants, assessment, recruiting host agencies, overseeing placement of participants in appropriate jobs, training staff, and monitoring an average of 50 host agencies to ensure their adherence to program training, supervision and safety rules. Maintains compliance with federal regulations, grant requirements and program policies and procedures. Manages site operations effectively and efficiently. Coordinates with the media, host agencies and community organizers and leaders to promote the program in the local community. Executes responsibilities on an independent basis because in most cases the position is an individual of one in the local community that is geographically separated from the Area Manager and National Office. Responsibilities Supervises 4-8 project office staff in the daily administration of the program that daily serves an average of 120 participants and 250 participants annually. Ensures interactions with program participants are non-discriminatory and in accordance with employment law and AARP, AARP Foundation and program policies and procedures. Solely responsible for a bi-weekly participant payroll that exceeds $25,000. Approves timesheets for an average of 120 participants each pay period. Responsible for site compliance with the federal regulations governing the financial & administrative conduct of their daily operations. Organizes and prepares job development teams that match the knowledge, skills, and abilities of program participants with available training opportunities at host agencies and ultimately, in unsubsidized jobs in the community. Conducts job workshops and motivates participants to participate in job search activities, to take advantage of training activities, and to actively seek unsubsidized placements. Manages the local site disbursement budget and expenditures to ensure budget limits in excess of $3,500 are met, expenditures are effectively and efficiently handled, and spending activities adhere to published guidelines. Implements various recruitment strategies to ensure sufficient enrollment and paid hours to expend allocated payroll budget. Recruits non-profit and public community service host agencies in which to place participants. Monitors 50 to 80 active host agencies to ensure that participants are given adequate training and supervision and that they are working in a safe environment. Develops and/or collaborates with other organizations (private, public and non-profit) to provide additional training opportunities for participants, including specialized training and on the job experience. Manages the local project site and any satellite locations (urban and rural) in accordance with federal regulations, grant requirements and program policies and procedures. Trains or oversees training of site staff and prepares/oversees preparation of site performance, financial and other required reports. Expends or oversees prudent expenditure of grant funds on payroll and administrative needs. Understands and has hands-on working knowledge of four separate computer systems to accomplish all aspects of the job. Trains staff in all aspects of the computer required to successfully manage the area and individual project sites. Ensure accurate and complete data entry and maintenance in manual personnel records, Department of Labor Data Compilation System, AARP Foundation’s proprietary computerized participant tracking system, and a bi-weekly payroll system. Takes independent action in solving problems while exhibiting judgment and a realistic understanding of issues. Practices interpersonal relationship and conflict resolution skills in dealing with diverse and difficult participants and host agency personnel. Promotes different aspects of the Senior Community Service Employment Program in the local community as necessary to achieve project site goals by making presentations, using written communication material, and obtaining media coverage. Demonstrates WORLD CLASS cultural attributes and behaviors in all interactions. 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Must have strong interpersonal relations skills due to various personalities and the diversity of program participants. Project Directors must maintain working relationships with between 50 to 80 executives who are in charge of the host agencies where participants are assigned for training. Directly responsible for administering and achieving established project site payroll and disbursement budgets and in ensuring prudent expenditure of grant funds. Manages the daily operations of a local project site, provides direct leadership to staff, ensures staff are trained and cross-trained, and assigns work through development of overall plans to meet program objectives. Interacts with assigned area manager through daily emails and formally each week by phone, and submits monthly site progress reports. Interacts daily with external agencies and partners. Recruits and directs volunteers to assist with various aspects of program operations. Operates an office in the local community and therefore must promote AARP, maintain AARP’s WORLDCLASS cultural attributes, and assists AARP members on a regular basis. Recruits, monitors and establishes relationships with management at an average of 50 host agencies where participants are assigned for training and the ultimate goal of encouraging the agency to hirer the participant. Nature of contact varies with the need and due to the diversity of the job and many contacts involved includes directive, coaching, informative, advisory, persuasive, and negotiation. Interacts daily with program applicants, participants, host agency personnel/supervisors/directors, businesses and the community at large. Interacts frequently with Area Manager and National Office program support personnel. Meets regularly with community external partners around the issues of mature workers. Assigned work responsibilities definitely contribute directly and substantially to the achievement of department/team goals and objectives. Directly contributes to AARP Foundation’s achievement of Department of Labor performance measures. Community location and involvement directly promotes and affects the AARP image and reputation. Plans approaches to achieve results and handles routine and non-routine issues by complying with established policy. Administers project site payroll and disbursement budgets, schedules and performance requirements for team. Directly interacts with external local community agencies and partners. Requirements Basic Requirements: Minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible management experience, including 3 years supervision of staff and 3 years of budget management; or an equivalent combination of training and experience related to the duties of the position. Experience working in an environment with complex administrative or regulatory procedures, as well as proficiency in contemporary software packages required. MS Office skills to include the ability to perform Mail merge function, create pivot tables and PowerPoint presentations. Additional Requirements: Bachelor’s degree preferred At least one year of experience working with 501(c)(3) organizations or government programs/funding sources preferred. Demonstrated Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Ability to work independently with minimal direction. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong time management and organization skills. Ability to communicate tactfully and effectively with community leaders and the public, in general. Experience in working with mature workers, culturally diverse populations, persons with disabilities, or persons with disparate knowledge, skills and abilities. Ability to work with the multi-media and networking with local organizations. 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Project Director

12 days ago
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Directly and solely responsible for the administration and operation of the Senior Community Services Employment Program site activities at the local level. Provides leadership and supervision to project office staff in daily activities including interviewing applicants, enrollment, orientation, by-weekly payroll for an average of 120 participants, assessment, recruiting host agencies, overseeing placement of participants in appropriate jobs, training staff, and monitoring an average of 50 host agencies to ensure their adherence to program training, supervision and safety rules. Maintains compliance with federal regulations, grant requirements and program policies and procedures. Manages site operations effectively and efficiently. Coordinates with the media, host agencies and community organizers and leaders to promote the program in the local community. Executes responsibilities on an independent basis because in most cases the position is an individual of one in the local community that is geographically separated from the Area Manager and National Office. Responsibilities Supervises 4-8 project office staff in the daily administration of the program that daily serves an average of 120 participants and 250 participants annually. Ensures interactions with program participants are non-discriminatory and in accordance with employment law and AARP, AARP Foundation and program policies and procedures. Solely responsible for a bi-weekly participant payroll that exceeds $25,000. Approves timesheets for an average of 120 participants each pay period. Responsible for site compliance with the federal regulations governing the financial & administrative conduct of their daily operations. Organizes and prepares job development teams that match the knowledge, skills, and abilities of program participants with available training opportunities at host agencies and ultimately, in unsubsidized jobs in the community. Conducts job workshops and motivates participants to participate in job search activities, to take advantage of training activities, and to actively seek unsubsidized placements. Manages the local site disbursement budget and expenditures to ensure budget limits in excess of $3,500 are met, expenditures are effectively and efficiently handled, and spending activities adhere to published guidelines. Implements various recruitment strategies to ensure sufficient enrollment and paid hours to expend allocated payroll budget. Recruits non-profit and public community service host agencies in which to place participants. Monitors 50 to 80 active host agencies to ensure that participants are given adequate training and supervision and that they are working in a safe environment. Develops and/or collaborates with other organizations (private, public and non-profit) to provide additional training opportunities for participants, including specialized training and on the job experience. Manages the local project site and any satellite locations (urban and rural) in accordance with federal regulations, grant requirements and program policies and procedures. Trains or oversees training of site staff and prepares/oversees preparation of site performance, financial and other required reports. Expends or oversees prudent expenditure of grant funds on payroll and administrative needs. Understands and has hands-on working knowledge of four separate computer systems to accomplish all aspects of the job. Trains staff in all aspects of the computer required to successfully manage the area and individual project sites. Ensure accurate and complete data entry and maintenance in manual personnel records, Department of Labor Data Compilation System, AARP Foundation’s proprietary computerized participant tracking system, and a bi-weekly payroll system. Takes independent action in solving problems while exhibiting judgment and a realistic understanding of issues. Practices interpersonal relationship and conflict resolution skills in dealing with diverse and difficult participants and host agency personnel. Promotes different aspects of the Senior Community Service Employment Program in the local community as necessary to achieve project site goals by making presentations, using written communication material, and obtaining media coverage. Demonstrates WORLD CLASS cultural attributes and behaviors in all interactions. The nature of this position is to deal with complex technical, administrative and personnel situations that are further complicated because project directors are geographically separated and operate independently in their assigned communities. In most cases they are a staff of one and the majority of their support comes from their Regional Manager and the National Office. Daily decisions are required in highly diverse areas including recruiting, participant screening and eligibility, enrollment, assessment, payroll, placements, separations, grant budgets, compliance with federal regulations, conflict resolutions, and interaction with host agencies and the community. Project Directors must have in-depth knowledge of federal regulations, AARP Foundation Administrative Procedures Manuals, and technical workbooks. Must effectively communicate required actions to program participants and AARP Foundation program management. Must have strong interpersonal relations skills due to various personalities and the diversity of program participants. Project Directors must maintain working relationships with between 50 to 80 executives who are in charge of the host agencies where participants are assigned for training. Directly responsible for administering and achieving established project site payroll and disbursement budgets and in ensuring prudent expenditure of grant funds. Manages the daily operations of a local project site, provides direct leadership to staff, ensures staff are trained and cross-trained, and assigns work through development of overall plans to meet program objectives. Interacts with assigned area manager through daily emails and formally each week by phone, and submits monthly site progress reports. Interacts daily with external agencies and partners. Recruits and directs volunteers to assist with various aspects of program operations. Operates an office in the local community and therefore must promote AARP, maintain AARP’s WORLDCLASS cultural attributes, and assists AARP members on a regular basis. Recruits, monitors and establishes relationships with management at an average of 50 host agencies where participants are assigned for training and the ultimate goal of encouraging the agency to hirer the participant. Nature of contact varies with the need and due to the diversity of the job and many contacts involved includes directive, coaching, informative, advisory, persuasive, and negotiation. Interacts daily with program applicants, participants, host agency personnel/supervisors/directors, businesses and the community at large. Interacts frequently with Area Manager and National Office program support personnel. Meets regularly with community external partners around the issues of mature workers. Assigned work responsibilities definitely contribute directly and substantially to the achievement of department/team goals and objectives. Directly contributes to AARP Foundation’s achievement of Department of Labor performance measures. Community location and involvement directly promotes and affects the AARP image and reputation. Plans approaches to achieve results and handles routine and non-routine issues by complying with established policy. Administers project site payroll and disbursement budgets, schedules and performance requirements for team. Directly interacts with external local community agencies and partners. Requirements Basic Requirements: Minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible management experience, including 3 years supervision of staff and 3 years of budget management; or an equivalent combination of training and experience related to the duties of the position. Experience working in an environment with complex administrative or regulatory procedures, as well as proficiency in contemporary software packages required. MS Office skills to include the ability to perform Mail merge function, create pivot tables and PowerPoint presentations. Additional Requirements: Bachelor’s degree preferred At least one year of experience working with 501(c)(3) organizations or government programs/funding sources preferred. Demonstrated Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Ability to work independently with minimal direction. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong time management and organization skills. Ability to communicate tactfully and effectively with community leaders and the public, in general. Experience in working with mature workers, culturally diverse populations, persons with disabilities, or persons with disparate knowledge, skills and abilities. Ability to work with the multi-media and networking with local organizations. 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Job Title: ADJ-Faculty/Adjunct, Culinary-Food Service Cost Control And Financial Analysis Location: GRCC Main Campus Regular/Temporary: Temporary Full/Part Time: Job ID: 318 Title: Adjunct Faculty - Culinary Food Service Cost Control and Financial Analysis Position number: 318 Work schedule: Fall and Winter Semesters Reports to: Associated Dean, School of Workforce Development General Information -The College is interested in seeking candidates to teach Culinary Arts, Culinary Management, Baking and Pastry Art, and Personal Chef courses in the Fall and Winter semesters at our downtown campus and various regional sites. A criminal background check will be conducted on all finalists prior to employment with Grand Rapids Community College. Essential Job Functions -Maintain accurate course records and submit related reports as requested. -Effectively assess student performance. -Create a safe and inclusive learning environment for students. -Utilize multiple strategies to facilitate learning, i.e. small group work, workshops, etc. -Incorporate new technologies and methods that enhance teaching and learning into his/her instructional methods. -Support the Department and College through other work normally expected of adjunct faculty members. Job Specifications -Bachelor's degree -Related Industry Experience -Experience with computer program such as: online ordering, recipe writing and costing, spreadsheets and formulas, word processing, database and mail merge, POS, QuickBooks, etc. -Community college experience preferred -Successful teaching experience in the discipline preferred Experience -Successful teaching experience preferred but not required. -Successful teaching experience at a Community College preferred but not required. -Experience working with adults from diverse backgrounds and with varying academic skills. -Participation in professional development and/or continuous improvement activities in order to remain current in the field. Skills -Excellent written and oral communication skills. -Demonstrated initiative and problem-solving abilities. -Ability to perform routine and unexpected duties with minimum supervision. Mental Demands -An understanding of and appreciation for the community college philosophy and student population. -An interest in teaching college-level material to high school students as part of a middle college or dual enrollment program. -An interest in working with diverse student populations, who represent a wide range of age, ethnicity, national origin and ability. -Interest in and willingness to work with changing instructional technologies used in and out of the classroom. -Willingness and availability to work a flexible schedule. -High energy level with enthusiasm and interest in helping and supporting students, staff, and the general public. -Ability to work under pressure while possessing mature judgment and flexibility in regards to interruptions and schedule changes. -Must use good judgment in handling sensitive or difficult situations in a pleasant and professional manner. Physical Demands -Must have the physical capacity for lifting up to 25lbs. Working Conditions -Classroom environment in an academic setting. -(any other appropriate conditions) Method of Application Grand Rapids Community College is only accepting online applications for this position via our website at https://www.grcc.edu/jobs Please include your resume and cover letter in one document; unofficial transcripts; and three letters of recommendation, which you may upload yourself or have your supporters e-mail to the Hiring Team at hrgrcc.edu Individuals with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Grand Rapids Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Grand Rapids Community College creates an inclusive learning and working environment that recognizes the value and dignity of each person. It is the policy and practice of GRCC to provide equal educational and employment opportunities regardless of age, race, color, religion, marital status, sex/gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, height, weight, national origin, disability, political affiliation, familial status, veteran status or genetics in all programs, activities, services, employment and advancement including admissions to, access to, treatment in, or compensation in employment as required by state and federal law. GRCC is committed to reviewing all aspects of GRCC programs, activities, services and employment, including recruitment, selection, retention and promotion to identify and eliminate barriers in order to prevent discrimination on the basis of the listed protected characteristics. The college will not tolerate any form of retaliation against any person for bringing charges of discrimination or participating in an investigation. Further information may be obtained from the EEO Office or the Office of General Counsel, 143 Bostwick Avenue NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503-3295.

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