Emergency Management Career Careers in the United States

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Senior Industry Expert I

Pinkerton is seeking a Senior Industry Expert I who will serve as the center of expertise for North America operations, providing strategic direction and innovation in the management and security services directly and sub-contracted to the client. As a dedicated resource, this position supports the Regional Security Managers and Director on all matters concerning compliance, continuous improvement, and integrated communication strategies. The Expert assists in the design and development of training lesson plans, conducts procedure training, performs a variety of emergency management drills, and identifies emergency plan changes. The functions listed describe the business purpose of this job. Specific duties or tasks may vary and be documented separately. The employee might not be required to perform all functions listed. Additional duties may be assigned, and functions may be modified, according to business necessity. All assigned duties or tasks are deemed to be part of the essential functions, unless such duties or tasks are unrelated to the functions listed, in which case they are deemed to be other (non-essential) functions. Employees are held accountable for successful job performance. Job performance standards may be documented separately, and may include functions, objectives, duties or tasks not specifically listed herein. In performing functions, duties or tasks, employees are required to know and follow safe work practices, and to be aware of company policies and procedures related to job safety, including safety rules and regulations. Employees are required to notify superiors upon becoming aware of unsafe working conditions. All functions, duties or tasks are to be carried out in an honest, ethical and professional manner, and to be performed in conformance with applicable company policies and procedures. In the event of uncertainty or lack of knowledge of company policies and procedures, employees are required to request clarification or explanations from superiors or authorized company representatives. The Essential Functions Include: Represent Pinkerton?s core values of integrity, vigilance and excellence. Serve as a resource in support of the District Security Managers and provides assistance when needed at the facility level. Facilitate the regional Enterprise Security?s Emergency Management Program. Working through the RSDs, collaborate with the Enterprise Crisis Management Team, Regional Incident Management Teams, and Facility Emergency Management Team Leads to maintain an in region cohesive program. Maintain Regional Incident Management Team and Facility Emergency Management Plan metrics. Conduct compliance quality checks aligned with EP 2.21. Based on initial requirements provided from process owners, be able to identify, assess and escalate matters to the RSD as appropriate. Attend periodic conference calls among Enterprise Security leaders, Facility Emergency Management Team Leads and other process partners and clients as described. Deliver, and regionally align, centrally developed training and communication materials for Emergency Management Teams, Facility Emergency Management Team Leaders and Facility Security Managers as needed in writing, in person and through the use of virtual communication tools as requested by the RSD. May be related to any program in the portfolio and will be determined on case by case basis. Identify areas of improvement in current systems and tools to improve the process. Seek feedback from RSDs. Develop proposed strategic plans in conjunction with the RSD. Explore opportunities to integrate awareness messages with segmented global audiences and work with Enterprise Security leaders, including communicators and change managers, to facilitate. Keep abreast of industry data and disseminate information as appropriate. Maintain a working knowledge of all Enterprise Security Risk Management programs which may relate directly or indirectly to Emergency Management Planning including but not limited to: Risk Based Security Program Workplace Violence Prevention practice, process and procedure Crisis Management Program Travel Security Program Information Security Program Provide support, coordination or leadership in other specific deliverables on an as-needed basis dependent upon resource allocation needs. Regionally implement Global Process Owner developed policies, procedures and systems required for maintaining and enhancing the overall Emergency Management Program. Maintain expert knowledge of the organization?s processes and hazards, interfaces with engineering and operations staff to ensure appropriate development of a facility and/or site specific hazard assessment and emergency classification procedures. Prepare technical reports based on the expert interpretation of analyzed data. Conduct Emergency Management drills and exercises. May oversee the scenario development portion of schedule. Assist in design and development of training lesson plans and conducts procedure training. May lead a project team to plan, schedule and conduct a wide range of complex facility and/or site Emergency Management drills, which could include Emergency Management training drills, medical drills, fire response drills, monitoring drills, and protective action drills. Participate in identifying the need for emergency plan changes and new procedures, and ensures the appropriate government format and content are followed. Provide constructive feedback to Global Process Owner for overall program enhancement. All other duties, as assigned....

Chief of Public Safety and Emergency Management Administration

Oakton Community College, a caring community of educators dedicated to excellence and learning, invites applications for Chief of Public Safety and Emergency Management. A premier comprehensive community college, Oakton is 17 miles from downtown Chicago. Oakton serves the near northern suburbs of Chicago with campuses in Des Plaines and Skokie with buildings totaling over 700,000 square feet of space resting on 192 acres. These campuses serve almost 10,000 students annually that are enrolled in over 82,000 credit hours of instruction. This position will be based out of the Des Plaines campus. The College's Operating Funds' budget (Education and Operations & Maintenance Funds) for the academic year ending on June 30, 2015 amounts to $69.3 million. The College has undertaken a five year, $68.5 million Master Plan which included the construction and recent opening of the 93,000 square foot Margaret Burke Lee Science and Health Careers building on the Des Plaines campus. The College is known for its academic innovations, commitment to serving students, solid financial position, and supportive environment for both students and employees. Oakton seeks a Chief of Public Safety and Emergency Management who is an innovative leader and who will continue a strong tradition of excellence. Candidates with a commitment to working in a culturally competent environment are especially valued at Oakton. We encourage applications from candidates who reflect the increasing diversity of Oakton's student body and community, enhance and promote engagement with other cultures, and have demonstrated a commitment to working with and as part of a multicultural faculty and diverse student body and community. Job Description: The Chief of Public Safety and Emergency Management is under the general administrative supervision of the Vice President for Business and Finance/Chief Financial Officer and directs and oversees all police, fire, and emergency management activities and responsibilities at Oakton Community College. The Chief acts as Oakton's Clery Coordinator. People who work, study and visit Oakton, as well as property, buildings, equipment and grounds are protected by actions directed by the Chief. The Chief prepares budgets, hires and trains department personnel, creates successful partnerships, both on campus and off, sufficient to ensure the ethical and professional delivery of all services. Independent judgment is exercised by the Chief and discretion used on confidential matters. The Chief promotes a strategy of community policing while working together with College persons and groups in an atmosphere of open, professional collaboration. Specific responsibilities include: Develops and maintains the organizational structure of the Department in accordance with professional standards and best management principles. Recruits, hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates the daily activities of Public Safety personnel. Establishes, issues, and enforces policy and procedures for employees of the department. Ensures that written directives conform to legal requirements, reflect best practices, and provide practical, useful direction to personnel. Holds employees accountable for the ethical, effective, and efficient performance of their duties in accordance with written directives. Plans, organizes, coordinates, trains, maintains, and exercises the College's Emergency Management Plan. Ensures that written emergency plans meet the requirements of the Illinois Emergency Management Agency. Plans, organizes, coordinates and conducts periodic emergency exercises. Serves as a member of the College's Emergency Management Team during weather emergencies and all critical events. Keeps accurate records of Public Safety calls for services, criminal offenses, traffic accidents, citations, arrests, student code of conduct violations, and on any and all other requirements of the College and of statute. Ensures that the College meets all requirements of the Campus Crime and Reporting Act. Accurately reports all required data to the Department of Education regarding campus crime, while meeting required time frames. Prepares and submits an annual report of financial needs to the Department of Public Safety and Emergency Management. Oversees and recommends purchases within approved budget parameters. Directs activities associated with purchasing, maintaining, and checking out of Public Safety and College transportation vehicles. Treats all persons within the scope of authority in a civil, professional, and ethical manner while taking action to ensure the protection of their civil rights. Continually seeks to determine the Public Safety and Emergency Management needs and expectations of the College, to act upon those needs and expectations of the College, and to inform the College community of the resulting procedures developed to improve the delivery of Public Safety and Emergency Management Services....

SHERIFF'S EMERGENCY SERVICES COORDINATOR

Under general supervision, plans, develops, and coordinates multi-hazard emergency response and recovery activities in support of the Sheriff's Emergency Response Team of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department; and performs other related duties as required. The Sheriff's Emergency Services Coordinator is a single position class reporting to a Lieutenant and/or Commander within the Sheriff's Emergency Response Team. The incumbent may be assigned to a variety of functions related to emergency services planning, development, resource identification, interagency response coordination, incident assessment, and public education. The primary function of this position is to oversee and maintain the Sheriff's Department Emergency Response Plan (EOP) as well as coordinate with all stations, bureaus, jails, courts, and facilities to implement and update strategies during an emergency. This class will assist cities in developing EOPs along with disaster management training for elected officials, senior managers, and department employees. Further, this class will act as a liaison between local, state, and tribal agencies to provide mutual aid in emergency situations and serve as the point of contact and principle coordinator for the Department's implementation of the National Incident Management Systems (NIMS). ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY FOR THIS POSITION USING JOB GATEWAY CLICK HERE TO ACCESS JOB GATEWAY If you are unable to access the link above, type this address into your browser: http://rc-hr.com/Careers/JobGateway.aspx EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES: ? Plan, develop, and coordinate response to emergency or disaster conditions involving earthquakes, major fire/wildfires, hazardous materials, imminent/actual flooding, imminent/actual dam failures, and transportation networks. ? Develop and maintain program elements within the Sheriff's Department in accordance with federal and state requirements; review and evaluate local, state, and federal laws and regulations as they relate to disaster and emergency response program elements. ? Research, analyze, and develop emergency preparedness procedures and resources for all Sheriff Bureaus. ? Coordinate with and assist cities in developing emergency response plans; confer with various public and private agencies and officials in identifying human and material resource needs, and in formulating plans for resource mobilization during an emergency; participate in the management and support of designated Emergency Service Committees. ? Plan, maintain, and coordinate activation of the Sheriff's Department Operations Center (DOC) and equipment; conduct tests of telecommunications and other emergency operations equipment; develop and conduct training for designated DOC/EOC responders; act as DOC Manager during disaster conditions requiring activation of the DOC. ? Design and conduct emergency management exercises; provide instruction and guidance to exercise and event participants; evaluate effectiveness and efficiency of exercise and event responses. ? Compile documentation used for preparation of detailed reports and applications to state and federal emergency management agencies for reimbursement and financial assistance needed to recover from declared disasters; coordinate and provide support to Sheriff's Emergency Response Team. ? Receive training in specialized technical fields; develop and conduct in-service programs for emergency response personnel and present public education demonstrations in areas of expertise and/or certification; compile or prepare instructional materials for training and public education. ? Oversee and maintain the Department's Emergency Response Plan (ERP); coordinate with all stations, bureaus, jails, courts, and facilities for implementing and updating the Department's ERPs. ? Conduct disaster management training for elected officials, senior managers, and department employees. ? Serve as the point of contact and principle coordinator for the Department's implementation of the National Incident Management System (NIMS); coordinate and deliver NIMS training and compliance throughout the organization. ? Coordinate with local, state, and tribal agencies for developing periodic exercises of the Department's ERP; develop and coordinate ongoing public education program. ? Plan for special needs populations in the development of ERPs (to include, but not limited to, individuals with limited English language proficiency, individuals with disabilities, children, the elderly, etc.) ? Research and prepare grants and proposals related to emergency preparedness and hazard mitigation projects; monitor grant projects for appropriate implementation. ? Participate in the development and administration of the Department budget; submit budget recommendations and monitor expenditures....

SHERIFF'S EMERGENCY SERVICES COORDINATOR

In the County of Riverside, the future is bright. With a variety of job opportunities with the County, there are as many places to take your career as there are stars in our sky. But there's more than a great vocation to draw you here: with affordable housing, a thriving, diverse, and progressive community, excellent higher education, and the hidden gem of the Joshua Tree National Park, the opportunities for your life here are equally exciting. Come work in the heart of inland California, and see how great the view is when opportunity is on the horizon. Riverside County was created from portions of San Bernardino and San Diego Counties on May 9, 1893. In the early history of the County, the Sheriff's Office was a one-person operation. Today the Sheriff is responsible for 7,310 square miles, spreading over 200 miles in length, and embracing approximately 50 miles in width. This territory constitutes the third largest County in the State of California. Vast changes have occured in Riverside County since it's inception. The population, having increased from 13,745 in 1893, to more than 1,545,387 in 2000, ranks it sixth in population among California's counties. The Riverside County Sheriff's Department is now the fourth largest Sheriff's Department in California, with a staff of over 3,000 dedicated men and women. Under general supervision, plans, develops, and coordinates multi-hazard emergency response and recovery activities in support of the Sheriff's Emergency Response Team of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department; and performs other related duties as required. The Sheriff's Emergency Services Coordinator is a single position class reporting to a Lieutenant and/or Commander within the Sheriff's Emergency Response Team. The incumbent may be assigned to a variety of functions related to emergency services planning, development, resource identification, interagency response coordination, incident assessment, and public education. Plan, develop, and coordinate response to emergency or disaster conditions involving earthquakes, major fire/wildfires, hazardous materials, imminent/actual flooding, imminent/actual dam failures, and transportation networks. Develop and maintain program elements within the Sheriff's Department in accordance with federal and state requirements; review and evaluate local, state, and federal laws and regulations as they relate to disaster and emergency response program elements. Research, analyze, and develop emergency preparedness procedures and resources for all Sheriff Bureaus. Coordinate with and assist cities in developing emergency response plans; confer with various public and private agencies and officials in identifying human and material resource needs, and in formulating plans for resource mobilization during an emergency; participate in the management and support of designated Emergency Service Committees. Plan, maintain, and coordinate activation of the Sheriff's Department Operations Center (DOC) and equipment; conduct tests of telecommunications and other emergency operations equipment; develop and conduct training for designated DOC/EOC responders; act as DOC Manager during disaster conditions requiring activation of the DOC. Design and conduct emergency management exercises; provide instruction and guidance to exercise and event participants; evaluate effectiveness and efficiency of exercise and event responses. Compile documentation used for preparation of detailed reports and applications to state and federal emergency management agencies for reimbursement and financial assistance needed to recover from declared disasters; coordinate and provide support to Sheriff's Emergency Response Team. Receive training in specialized technical fields; develop and conduct in-service programs for emergency response personnel and present public education demonstrations in areas of expertise and/or certification; compile or prepare instructional materials for training and public education. Oversee and maintain the Department's Emergency Response Plan (ERP); coordinate with all stations, bureaus, jails, courts, and facilities for implementing and updating the Department's ERPs. Conduct disaster management training for elected officials, senior managers, and department employees. Serve as the point of contact and principle coordinator for the Department's implementation of the National Incident Management System (NIMS); coordinate and deliver NIMS training and compliance throughout the organization. Coordinate with local, state, and tribal agencies for developing periodic exercises of the Department's ERP; develop and coordinate ongoing public education program. Plan for special needs populations in the development of ERPs (to include, but not limited to, individuals with limited English language proficiency, individuals with disabilities, children, the elderly, etc.) Research and prepare grants and proposals related to emergency preparedness and hazard mitigation projects; monitor grant projects for appropriate implementation. Participate in the development and administration of the Department budget; submit budget recommendations and monitor expenditures. Education/Experience: OPTION I A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with course work in public administration, emergency management, or a related field of work. AND Two years of experience in program or project management or administrative staff support for emergency operations that included planning, analyzing and solving problems of an organization, program, or system. OR OPTION II A Master's degree from an accredited college or university with course work in public administration, emergency management or a related field of work. AND One year of experience in program or project management or administrative staff support for emergency operations that included planning, analyzing and solving problems of an organization, program, or system. OR OPTION III A valid Certificate in Emergency Management (CEM) issued by the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAM). AND Six months of experience in program or project management or administrative staff support for emergency operations that included planning, analyzing and solving problems of an organization, program, or system. Additional experience as outlined in the above three options may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis up to a maximum of two years. Knowledge of: The principles of planning, developing, and coordinating emergency management services; the techniques of emergency response and recovery; interrelationships, responsibilities, goals, and functions of local, state, and federal government in planning and implementing emergency services; emergency communications and computer systems and applications; techniques of training and public speaking; public relations. Ability to: Anticipate, analyze, and evaluate potential disaster problems; understand and apply local, state, and federal rules, regulations, and directives governing disaster/emergency preparedness; establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of agencies, organizations, and individuals; elicit the cooperation and support of county and city personnel, and volunteers; prepare comprehensive reports and plans involving detail and coordination; communicate effectively in verbal and written form....

Business Continuity Specialist Sr.

Business Continuity Specialist Sr. Arizona State University Risk & Emergency Management Campus: Tempe Requisition Id# 12342BR Salary Range: $16,704 - $23,000 per year; DOE Close Date: 14-April-2015 is the initial close date. Applications will continue to be accepted and considered every two weeks until the search is closed. Job Description: Under general direction provides expertise in continuity of operations planning including working with departments to design and implement plans. Educate departments regarding continuity planning principles and the development, testing, review and maintenance of continuity plans. Work with departments to provide technical advice and assistance using a continuity operations tool. Completes special projects related to emergency preparedness as assigned. This is a 20 hour a week part-time position. Essential Duties: ?Assists departments with development and updates of business continuity plans. ?Assists functional units establish and maintain a roster of critical and essential processes and applications. ?Tracks campus business continuity plan development and provides regular statistical reporting and updates. ?Acts as a liaison with the community, students, faculty and staff in facilitating university programs. ?Analyzes business continuity plans to ensure timely updates are made. ?Consults with stakeholders to provide technical advice, problem solving assistance, policy interpretation and program goals. ?Participates in decision-making with the director of emergency preparedness and assists with the development of an enterprise plan. ?May prepare budget proposals, recommendations, and approvals where appropriate. ?May supervise, lead, train and monitor the activities of assigned staff. ?Conduct briefings, training classes and deliver presentations on Emergency Planning and Preparedness. ?Develops and assists in the implementation of emergency management plans. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in a field appropriate to the area of assignment AND five (5) years of related experience; OR, Nine (9) years of related experience; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved. Desired Qualifications: ?Evidence of effective verbal and written communication skills ?Demonstrated knowledge of principles, practices and procedures related to continuity of operations planning, program design and implementation ?Experience in the use of business continuity tool (e.g. KUALI) to prepare continuity of operations plans ?Experience in emergency preparedness in a multi-site environment ?Experience in National Incident Management System ?Experience in project management ?Experience in designing and presenting materials to small and large groups ?Experience in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships Working Environment: ?Activities are performed in an environmentally controlled office setting as well as in the field and there will be extended periods of sitting, keyboarding, and manipulating a computer mouse ?Stand for varying lengths of time and walk moderate distances to perform work ?Lift up to 25 pounds ?Regular activities require the ability to quickly changes priorities which may include and/or are subject to resolution of conflicts. ?May be required to travel both in state and out of state, involving operation of a motor vehicle. ?Use standard office equipment such as computer, workstation/laptop, printer, fax, calculator, copier, telephone and associated computer/technology peripherals. Department Statement: Risk and Emergency Management administers the risk, insurance and emergency management programs for all ASU campuses and the University?s overseas operations. The Risk and Emergency Management Office provides services to all segments of the university community including the general public. The department is committed to supporting a safe educational, work and research environment by providing a framework and set of expert services that ensure the university is deploying its resources and pursuing its mission in a sound, compliant and effective way. Our goal is to assist University stakeholders in achieving their own objectives, while ensuring institutional compliance and managing a wide range of risk exposures. ASU Statement: Arizona State University is a new model for American higher education, an unprecedented combination of academic excellence, entrepreneurial energy and broad access. This New American University is a single, unified institution comprising four differentiated campuses positively impacting the economic, social, cultural and environmental health of the communities it serves. Its research is inspired by real world application blurring the boundaries that traditionally separate academic disciplines. ASU serves more than 80,000 students in metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, the nation's fifth largest city. ASU champions intellectual and cultural diversity, and welcomes students from all fifty states and more than one hundred nations across the globe. ASU is a tobacco-free university. For details visit www.asu.edu/tobaccofree AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply. Arizona State University is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. ASU conducts pre-employment screening which may include verification of work history, academic credentials, licenses, and certifications. Background Check Statement: ASU conducts pre-employment screening for all positions which includes a criminal background check, verification of work history, academic credentials, licenses, and certifications. Employment is contingent upon successful passing of the background check. Instructions to Apply: Application deadline is 3:00PM Arizona time on the date indicated. Resumes should clearly illustrate how prior knowledge and experience meet the minimum and desired qualifications stated in this stated in this requisition. Please include all employment information in month/year format (e.g., 6/88 to 8/94), job title, job duties and name of employer for each position. Only electronic applications are accepted. ASU does not pay for travel expenses associated with interviews, unless otherwise indicated. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. To apply please go to www.asu.edu/asujobs/ click "External Applicant" under Staff Positions, see Req Id# 12342BR or go directly to: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWebHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25620&siteid=5494&jobId=1355761...

Intern- (Undergrad Sr or alum) - Business Continuity Department

Job Summary The Molina Healthcare Internship Program shares an objective to create a stepping stone for students and alumni who aim to be professionals and future leaders in the healthcare business profession. We aim to develop talent by providing students and alumni with experiential learning, formal training, and opportunities to interact with healthcare business professionals who will act as coaches and mentors along the way. Start Date: July 2015 Duration: 3-6 months Weekly Hours: 16-29 Department name: Facilities - Business Continuity Description of projects, tasks and responsibilities: May document and maintain statistics and reporting for the department. May create and maintain site within SharePoint and/or software for documentation. Assist with implementation of AED/CPR Program. Help create emergency management plans. Preferred education: Pursuing or attained Bachelor's Degree, Certificate for Emergency Management, Certificate for Business Continuity Preferred internship/work experience: Business Continuity, Emergency (Services) Management, Project Management, and/or System Administrator Preferred skills and qualifications: Microsoft Office Suite, Project Management, Information Systems REQUIRED documents to include with application: 1. Current resume 2. Cover letter 3. Letter of recommendation (from school faculty, community leader, or previous employer) 4. Essay: "What is your mission in life? Our company mission is to provide quality health services to financially vulnerable families and individuals covered by government programs." (Essay must be typed, font size 12, font type Times New Roman, double spaced, 1 inch margins... No minimum or maximum number of pages.) *ALL ITEMS MUST BE SUBMITTED AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION. View internship openings on the following social media channels: Twitter: @Molinacareers Facebook: Molina Healthcare ("Open Jobs" tab) Why Work for Molina Healthcare? View our video https://youtu.be/sQkmW9jFMpg Note: Molina Healthcare offers competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V....

Sr. Consultant Accreditation & Regulatory Compliance/Homebased

ABOUT US Quorum Health Resources (?QHR?) has provided consulting, management and education resources to hospitals and health systems for over three decades. QHR is the market leader in hospital management services and QHR Consulting Services is consistently ranked among the top healthcare consulting firms in the nation. Our nearly 100 full time consultants focus on hospital and physician practice strategic, financial and operational improvements. QHR's expertise extends to all types of healthcare organizations. QHR?s Vision Statement is to be a dynamic, integrated professional services company delivering innovative and executable solutions through experience and thought leadership. Our Mission is to create a sustainable future for healthcare organizations. We value Trust, Respect, and CustomercentriQ behavior. A subsidiary of Community Health Systems (CHS), our corporate headquarters is located in Brentwood, TN. For more information, go to www.qhr.com THE OPPORTUNITY This position will provide client organizations with consultative, educational, and implementation assistance to comply with or improve upon their processes for regulatory compliance and accreditation. Areas of expertise will include Joint Commission, CMS, AOA and other regulatory requirements set forth for the operation of healthcare facilities. The primary of focus will be Environment of Care (EC), Life Safety (LS) and Emergency Management (EM) activities. The incumbent will, as part of the accreditation survey readiness process, evaluate compliance with the non-clinical regulatory requirements. In addition to a strong base in regulatory requirements, a working knowledge of NFPA, OSHA and ANSI regulations would be preferred. Extensive travel required. Qualified and interested candidates may contact Bonnie Young at: 615-371-4810 or email: DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Provides advanced facilitation and presentation skills in the delivery of Environment of Care, Life Safety and Emergency Management services. The facilitation services include, but are not limited to: Performs on and off site consultation and education for client organizations relative to regulatory and accreditation requirements, with a focus on Physical Environment / Environment of Care, Plant Operations, Life Safety and Emergency Management compliance. Includes citation recovery of facilities finding themselves in Immediate Jeopardy situations. Develops schedules, agenda, consultative materials, written reports, etc., supporting the accreditation and regulatory compliance assessment and evaluation process. Performs assessments and evaluations of written materials to determine organizational level of compliance with regulatory requirements. Assists with or develops written materials for use by client organizations to better meet requirements as necessary. Develops, coordinates, and provides educational offerings relative to Regulatory Compliance with an emphasis on Environment of Care, Life Safety an Emergency Management related topics. Identifies opportunities for new business in existing client organizations or as directed in prospective client organizations. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of Joint Commission requirements with emphasis on Environment of Care, and life safety standards and requirements. Thorough knowledge of federal, state, and local regulations regarding safety. Good knowledge of the operations of an acute care facility from the non-clinical provision of care perspective. Ability to assess hazards, risk, and make effective recommendations for corrective action. Thorough understanding of construction, renovation, Interim Life Safety, Infection Control during construction, and Statement of Conditions compliance. Strong Analytical, problem-solving, and data management skills. Ability to interpret and apply regulations and standards. Highly developed interpersonal, analytical and communication skills. Ability to prepare clear and concise reports, correspondence and other written materials on findings and actions taken. Knowledge of risk management principles and issues regarding patient safety. Ability to manage within a diverse work environment with a focus on client, employee, and customer services. Effective use of computer applications such as spreadsheets, word processing, email and database software....

Regional Safety Manager

The Regional Safety Manager is a professional position for the Environment of Care (EOC) Program and EOC/Safety Committees for health care facilities located in a region or regions, as defined by the EOC Program. As a safety professional and member of the management team, this position will exercise responsibility and accountability for coordinating, collecting, disseminating, and intervening in a manner that anticipates, prevents, and identifies, evaluates, and controls hazards. The Regional Safety Manager maintains continuous survey readiness through compliance with regulations from a number of regulatory agencies, including The Joint Commission (TJC), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and identified industry best management practices (BMP). This is accomplished through direct supervision of System Safety Managers and Safety Managers assigned to the Regional Safety Manager in the Region(s). Through regular meetings, education, and surveys this position will initiate direct contact with the National Director-Environment of Care and Safety, Regional Safety Managers, System Safety Supervisors, facility Safety Supervisors, Facilities Managers, and Associates. This is a role in which the person serves regularly in a highly visible capacity: experience, skills, demeanor, and ability to handle difficult and sometimes stressful circumstances are a clear expectation. In addition, the position will be responsible for implementing and maintaining the Environment of Care Program, which includes safety and security management, fire safety, hazardous materials and waste management, medical equipment, utilities management, emergency management, and environmental stewardship. This position leads the Environment of Care team for the health care facilities located within the region or regions as defined above....

Emergency Management Specialist-Anticipated

Cherokee Nation Security & Defense(CNSD) provides state-of-the-art critical site infrastructure protection, security surveillance services, access control technologies and complete security integration for both government and commercial clients. The company handles projects such as civil construction, complex security and command center design. Wholly owned by the Cherokee Nation, CNSD is part of the Cherokee Nation Businesses family of companies. SUMMARY The Emergency Management Specialists will be assigned to the JMAA Division and the Standards and Training Office . Conducts assessments of Emergency Management (EM); Chemical, Biological, Nuclear, Radiological, and High-Yield Explosives (CBRNE); and Continuity of Operations (COOP) programs to protect personnel, critical assets, and missions from hazards and threats that may impact the installation, facility, or asset. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Assessing EM, CBRNE, Explosive Safety, and COOP plans and procedures. Provide recommendations to improve products. Assessing CBRNE/hazardous material equipment for decontamination, detection, and personal protection. Collaborating with the Mission Support Office to develop the AHTA for each assessment the SME is scheduled to conduct. Coordinating with the team?s Risk Management Asymmetrical Tactics Specialist in the development of the hazard/threat asset pairing for each assessment. Preparing Assessment Team Reports based upon vulnerabilities observed during the assessment. Conducting other assessment areas defined by the SME Benchmark matrix. SUPERVISORY/MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY N/A...

Manager, Fire and Safety

Job Description Posting/Position Details : All WMATA posted job openings are available through 11:59 pm the night before the noted Close Date. To ensure successful submission of application applicants are encouraged to apply well before this cut-off. The noted Close Date is the date on which the posting is automatically removed from the website as of 12:00am at which time submission of an application is no longer possible. (WMATA reserves the right to remove postings at any time without notice as business needs demand.) Minimum Qualifications : Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in any Engineering discipline. A minimum of ten (10) years of progressive senior management experience in rail transit or other large operational organization in the identification and preparation of critical fire and life safety issues. Incumbent must possess a strong senior management background and successfully demonstrated abilities and experience in the management and administration of an operating environment. Or, an equivalent combination of post high school education in transportation management, engineering or a related field, and more than twelve (12) years of progressive senior management experience in all facets of rapid rail transit operations or other large operational organization. Considerable recent experience as a high-level manager in the preparation of critical fire and life safety issues is required. Incumbent must possess a strong senior management background and successfully demonstrated abilities and experience in the management and administration of an operating environment. Certification/Licensure: Possess a valid motor vehicle operator's license from jurisdiction of residence. Medical Group: Ability to complete satisfactorily the medical examination for this job. The incumbent must be able to perform the essential functions of this job with or without reasonable accommodation( s). Job Summary/Duties: This position serves as the liaison to all the departments with the design, installation, operation and maintenance of new fire and life safety devices for the rail transit system. This position is responsible for the effective management of the comprehensive fire and life safety program for the rail transit system of the Authority. The Manager will develop, coordinate, schedule, direct, procure, implement, administer and maintain all technical and operational day-to-day activities of the fire and life safety program. This position reports directly to the Deputy Chief Communication & Network Systems. Develops, modifies and implements as necessary, engineering and field operating procedures and techniques to ensure that operations are conducted efficiency, safely, and in conformance with accepted transit practices. This position coordinates all activities with the Department of Safety and Environmental Management, the Authority's Fire Marshal, the Department of Transit Police and the Office of Emergency Management. Develops, implements and maintains the comprehensive fire and life safety program for the rail transit system of the Authority. Serves as the liaison to all departments with the design, installation, operation and maintenance of new fire and life safety devices for the rail transit system. Coordinates all engineering activities associated with fire and life safety devices including tunnel ventilation fans, smoke and fire detection systems, emergency power systems, and supporting networks. Works closely with the various engineering disciplines such as; traction power, automatic train control, communication and network information technology to insure integration and efficiency of systems as it relates to fire and life safety. Works with the maintenance operations groups and engineering to develop and insure compliance to regulatory requirements, both external and internal. Works closely with the rail operations group to insure proper incident management response which includes; development of standard operating procedures, training and incident management. Works with the Department of Safety and Environmental Management and the Authority's Fire Marshal to report non-conformance issues and assist in the recognition of leading indicators to provide methodology for continuous safety improvement. Works closely with the Office of Emergency Management and the Transit Police to develop incident response management and other information as it relates to technology including training and coordination with other first responders. The above duties and responsibilities are not intended to limit specific duties and responsibilities of any particular position. It is not intended to limit in any way the right of supervisors to assign, direct and control the work of employees under their supervision. Evaluation Criteria: Consideration will be given to applicants whose resumes demonstrate the required education and experience. Applicants should include all relevant education and work experience. Evaluation criteria may include one or more of the following: Personal Interview Skills Assessments Verification of education and experience Criminal Background Check Credit history report for positions with fiduciary responsibilities Successful completion of a medical examination including a drug and alcohol screening Review of a current Motor Vehicle Report Closing : Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, a Federal contractor, is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, gender, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or status as a protected veteran, or any other status protected by applicable federal law, except where a bona fide occupational qualification exists. Our hiring process is designed to be accessible and free from discrimination. This posting is an announcement of a vacant position under recruitment. It is not intended to replace the official job description. Job descriptions are available upon confirmation of an interview....

Firefighter/EMT or Firefighter/Paramedic *Paramedic preferred

All applications MUST be submitted online at jobs.friscotexas.gov Summary: Perform a variety of highly technical and specialized tasks involving and/or related to fire suppression, emergency medical services, rescue, hazardous materials incidents, fire prevention, fire inspections, administration, and other special assignments as required. The intent of this position description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbent(s) in this position. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties shown in this description and may be required to perform position-related tasks other than those specifically listed in this description. Firefighter/EMT Essential Job Functions: Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service. Administers first aid and emergency medical care to injured/ill persons consistent with the level authorized by EMT-Basic certification, established medical protocols, and standard operating procedures. Secures safety of the incident scene. Determines medical status and priority of medical treatment. Stabilizes and immobilizes patients and prescribes a mode of transportation to emergency medical care facilities based on condition of patients. Follows established universal health precautions in the treatment and care of patients. Inspects, tests, cleans and maintains station facilities, grounds, equipment, apparatus and hydrants as needed. Conducts inspections of businesses to identify possible fire or life safety hazards and educates business owners in fire prevention. Participates in daily training exercises and instruction to increase performance. Responds to requests and inquiries from the general public, other Department personnel, and other City departments. Interprets and explains City and Department policies and procedures to the public. Maintains all activity and material usage logs. Maintains inventory of medical supplies/equipment and fire equipment/supplies for assigned station and apparatus. Other Important Duties: Works shift schedules including weekends, holidays and extended hours in emergency, disaster, or other situations influenced by heavy workloads or other staffing difficulties. Participates on department committees and attends staff meetings as required. Conducts public education activities that may include, but is not limited to: Citizen?s Fire Academy, children?s birthday parties, block parties, station tours, Fire Prevention week and patient care. Must learn streets and routes within the city and surrounding areas to include the location of medical facilities to ensure expeditious response times. Attends scheduled training necessary to maintain EMT-Basic certification and minimum continuing education credit as required by the Texas Department of State Health Services and/or Medical Control Physician. Travels to conduct fire and life safety inspections, provides CPR and First Aid instruction and attends meetings, conferences and training. Performs related duties as assigned. Regular and consistent attendance for the assigned work hours is essential. Firefighter/Paramedic Essential Job Functions: Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service Acts as commanding medical officer in absence of higher ranking paramedic officer Administers first aid and emergency medical care to injured/ill persons consistent with the level authorized by Paramedic certification, established medical protocols, and standard operating procedures Secures safety of the incident scene Determines medical status and priority of medical treatment Stabilizes and immobilizes patients and prescribes a mode of transportation to emergency medical care facilities based on condition of patients Follows established universal health precautions in the treatment and care of patients Inspects, tests, cleans and maintains station facilities, grounds, equipment, apparatus and hydrants as needed Conducts inspections of businesses to identify possible fire or life safety hazards and educates business owners in fire prevention Participates in daily training exercises and instruction to increase performance Responds to requests and inquiries from the general public, other Department personnel, and other City Departments Interprets and explains City and Department policies and procedures to the public Maintains all activity and material usage logs Other Important Duties: Works shift schedules including weekends, holidays and extended hours in emergency, disaster, or other situations influenced by heavy workloads or other staffing difficulties. Participates on department committees and attends staff meetings as required Conducts public education activities that may include, but not limited to: Citizen?s Fire Academy, children?s birthday parties, block parties, station tours, Fire Prevention week and patient care. Assists in developing and presenting a variety of training programs related to medical care and EMS Must learn streets and routes within the city and surrounding areas to include the location of medical facilities to ensure expeditious response times Attend scheduled training necessary to maintain Paramedic certification and minimum continuing education credit as required by the Texas Department of State Health Services and/or Medical Control Physician. Travels to conduct fire and life safety inspections, respond to calls for service, provide CPR and First Aid instruction and to attend meetings, conferences and training Performs related duties as assigned Regular and consistent attendance for the assigned work hours is essential....

Security Guard

The company is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regard to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law. If you would like to request a reasonable accommodation, such as the modification or adjustment of the job application process or interviewing process due to a disability, please call 888 472-3411 or email accommodation@teksystems .com for other accommodation options. TEKsystems customer is building a team of security analysts to monitor all systems for the Nashville corporate campus. The Security Operations Center (SOC) Operator serves in a 24/7 centralized security operations center at the corporate campus. The SOC monitors all physical security systems and coordinates the actions of response teams in the event of an emergency. Principle Duties: 1. Monitor physical security systems and initiate emergency management procedures. 2. Coordinate the actions of emergency responders. 3. Understand, maintain, and track associated security systems. 4. Possess detailed knowledge of corporate security policies and procedures. 5. Assist in process and response improvement. 6. Maintain proper communication and coordination channels with facilities staff and emergency responders. Qualifications: 1. University degree or equivalent combination of education and experience. 2. Strong command presence, calm under pressure, and resilience required. 3. Experience in management, operations, and maintenance preferred. 4. Working knowledge of security, audio video, and integrated computer systems. 5. Demonstrated leadership abilities and organizational skills. 6. Demonstrated communication, team working, and interpersonal skills. 7. Knowledge of emergency management procedures and policies. 8. Military or law enforcement experience a plus. 9. Computer and MS Office proficiency required. About TEKsystems: Join TEKsystems®, a leading IT staffing, IT talent management and IT services firm, and get your career on the fast track. We have more than 100 offices worldwide, and we partner with over 6,000 clients and place over 80,000 consultants per year. At TEKsystems, we seek to understand our consultants? skills, goals and interests, allowing us to present targeted job opportunities on a contract, contract-to-hire or direct placement basis. TEKsystems' leadership in the market stems from our sincere and personal commitment to driving the success of our customers, consultants and each other....

Vice President for Federal Market Client Services

Intermedix has been a leader in healthcare business services and technology enabled solution for over 30 years. Our solutions support planning, communication, command, and control to better connect healthcare providers, public health agencies, and emergency management personnel. We take pride in serving our clients with extensive industry expertise and exceptional technology to back it up. Today, with approximately 2,000 employees, Intermedix annually processes more than 15 million patient encounters, collects over two billion in revenue for clients, and connects more than 95% of the United States population through its emergency preparedness and response technologies. Intermedix rewards innovation and hard work with opportunities for growth and development. If you are looking for a career to join an organization that is a leader in health and safety then Intermedix may be just the place for you. We currently have an opening for : Vice President for Federal Market Client Services Position Summary: The DC based Vice President of Federal Market Client Services is responsible for managing the day to day engagement of Federal, non-military clients. The incumbent will have overall management, servicing and profitability of assigned Federal client accounts and is responsible for organizing, managing, coordinating, controlling and communicating activities of the account to invested parties. This position will report to the Vice President of Federal, Military and EMS / Public Safety Client Services within the System?s Division of the corporation. Strong written and verbal communication skills are imperative. The Vice President of Federal Market Client Services must be able to quickly understand complex processes and relationships within and between Federal Agencies. The incumbent will evolve capability to support products and solutions onsite during exercises or emergency activations. The incumbent will also serve as the internal and external evangelist for product and service offerings. Qualified candidates will have strong federal government experience, demonstrated history of profit and loss responsibility, emergency and crisis management experience and a history of leadership capability. Demonstrated success in working with customers or the deployment of large software systems is ideal. Primary Responsibilities: Serve as the primary point of contact for a set of clients and promptly respond to all client inquiries. Provide face-to face, telephone and email support to Federal, non-military, customers. Gather requirements from clients related to potential services projects and report to development. Liaise with the operation?s processing team as necessary to address client needs and monitor client transaction processing. Constantly monitors and analyzes assigned client accounts in order to assure accurate and successful processing. Identifies potential problems with client accounts before they occur and work to eliminate future occurrences. Develop and lead strategies to grow revenues from assigned clients through sale of additional products and services. Develops collaborative relationships across multiple departments and with external clients in order to accomplish client account goals. Coordinate and perform visits to current client locations to assess the needs of the client account. Works collaboratively with the Federal sales lead in acquiring new accounts, including participating in sales calls and demonstrations upon request. Generate client ad-hoc reports upon request. Work with clients during their budget setting process to ensure aggressive and realistic targets are being set. Create client collection forecast models. Create and deliver client performance presentations. Assist with the marketing of the company?s service lines. Uphold company compliance policies. Other duties as assigned....

ES&S Delivery Specialist

The Dow Chemical Company has an opportunity for an Emergency Services and Security (ESS) Specialist located in Hahnville, LA. The Emergency Services and Security Specialist is an influential leader responsible for implementation of the EH&S and ES&S management systems (work processes, standards, procedures) in order to ensure regulatory and safety compliance. The ESS delivery specialist supports the ESS leader to ensure site and department goals and objectives are met to ensure Example of a well-written accountability: ?Ensures customer complaints are resolved as quickly as possible. Receives customer phone calls, letters, or emails via functional mailbox. Evaluates information provided by the customer, and selects appropriate solutions based on previously approved customer service standards. Prepares and sends customized communications to customers explaining solutions. May exercise limited authority to exceed standards if total value within x% of sales volume. Refers exceptions greater than x%, with recommendations, to department manager. Work ensures 80% of complaints are resolved within 48 hours with customer satisfaction levels of 80% or higher. (Total Time - 20%)? all applicable regulations and requirements and ensuring that these are evaluated, applied and incorporated into ES&S and site operating discipline Core Responsibilities: Ensure that safety is a core value by positive influence and example to help drive a safety culture where everyone is concerned for their personal safety and the safety of everyone that works in ES&S. Work with the ES&S Leader to develop strategies for ES&S and SCO to ensure delivery of department and site objectives. Provide day-to-day tactical leadership to ES&S personnel by ensuring regular routine emergency response training and drills are conducted as part of daily operations. Develop material and provide feedback to ensure continuous improvement of emergency response skills. Determines applicability of regulations and requirements. Ensure applicable regulations are implemented and ensures compliance by incorporation into ES&S and site operating discipline Serves as project manager for ES&S projects and ES&S related activities Maintains pipeline of ES&S related capital and expense projects Implementing and interpreting ES&S work processes and successfully links them to other processes such as Maintenance, Operate Plant, etc. Represents Dow and ES&S interests with internal and external stakeholders as appropriate Supports emergency response activities and crisis response as defined in the site plans Supports EOC operations during unplanned events and facilitates training for EOC officers as needed Participates in and supports ES&S Expertise activities such as assessments, auditing, and development of process improvements Develop emergency preparedness plans including development of protective measures for both onsite personnel as well as the local community. Ensure site and unit response plans align for high consequence emergency scenarios and implement changes as needed. Develop and conduct high consequence drills/ exercises including completion of after action reviews. Develop, implement, and improve comprehensive site plans for events with site wide impacts including but not limited to hurricane and freeze planning. Ensures EH&S work processes, standards and procedures are applied through role assignment, training and leveraging with the Expertise Centers, to ensure compliance with Dow, Regulatory, Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and permitting standards. Facilitates and/or participates in the investigation of ES&S incidents using the global EH&S process to identify root causes and implement permanent corrective actions to prevent recurrence. Identify opportunities to streamline ES&S resources and work processes....

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Operations Section

Summary: The Operations Section is responsible for activating and supervising organizational elements in accordance with incident objectives found in the Incident Action Plan (IAP). IMT reservist personnel in the Operations Section function under the direction of the Operations Section Chief (OSC) and are responsible for implementing operational tactics that fulfill the established incident objectives. Individual position assignments within the Operations Section at the Branch, Division, Group, Unit and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Operations Section

Summary: The Operations Section is responsible for activating and supervising organizational elements in accordance with incident objectives found in the Incident Action Plan (IAP). IMT reservist personnel in the Operations Section function under the direction of the Operations Section Chief (OSC) and are responsible for implementing operational tactics that fulfill the established incident objectives. Individual position assignments within the Operations Section at the Branch, Division, Group, Unit and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Operations Section

Summary: The Operations Section is responsible for activating and supervising organizational elements in accordance with incident objectives found in the Incident Action Plan (IAP). IMT reservist personnel in the Operations Section function under the direction of the Operations Section Chief (OSC) and are responsible for implementing operational tactics that fulfill the established incident objectives. Individual position assignments within the Operations Section at the Branch, Division, Group, Unit and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Operations Section

Summary: The Operations Section is responsible for activating and supervising organizational elements in accordance with incident objectives found in the Incident Action Plan (IAP). IMT reservist personnel in the Operations Section function under the direction of the Operations Section Chief (OSC) and are responsible for implementing operational tactics that fulfill the established incident objectives. Individual position assignments within the Operations Section at the Branch, Division, Group, Unit and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Operations Section

Summary: The Operations Section is responsible for activating and supervising organizational elements in accordance with incident objectives found in the Incident Action Plan (IAP). IMT reservist personnel in the Operations Section function under the direction of the Operations Section Chief (OSC) and are responsible for implementing operational tactics that fulfill the established incident objectives. Individual position assignments within the Operations Section at the Branch, Division, Group, Unit and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Operations Section

Summary: The Operations Section is responsible for activating and supervising organizational elements in accordance with incident objectives found in the Incident Action Plan (IAP). IMT reservist personnel in the Operations Section function under the direction of the Operations Section Chief (OSC) and are responsible for implementing operational tactics that fulfill the established incident objectives. Individual position assignments within the Operations Section at the Branch, Division, Group, Unit and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Logistics Section

Summary: The Logistics Section meets all support needs for the incident, including ordering resources through appropriate procurement channels. It also provides facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment maintenance and fueling, food service, communications, and medical services for incident personnel. IMT reservist personnel in the Logistics Section function under the direction of the Logistics Section Chief (LSC) and are responsible for securing and delivering incident resources that support incident operations. Individual position assignments within the Logistics Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Logistics Section

Summary: The Logistics Section meets all support needs for the incident, including ordering resources through appropriate procurement channels. It also provides facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment maintenance and fueling, food service, communications, and medical services for incident personnel. IMT reservist personnel in the Logistics Section function under the direction of the Logistics Section Chief (LSC) and are responsible for securing and delivering incident resources that support incident operations. Individual position assignments within the Logistics Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Logistics Section

Summary: The Logistics Section meets all support needs for the incident, including ordering resources through appropriate procurement channels. It also provides facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment maintenance and fueling, food service, communications, and medical services for incident personnel. IMT reservist personnel in the Logistics Section function under the direction of the Logistics Section Chief (LSC) and are responsible for securing and delivering incident resources that support incident operations. Individual position assignments within the Logistics Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Logistics Section

Summary: The Logistics Section meets all support needs for the incident, including ordering resources through appropriate procurement channels. It also provides facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment maintenance and fueling, food service, communications, and medical services for incident personnel. IMT reservist personnel in the Logistics Section function under the direction of the Logistics Section Chief (LSC) and are responsible for securing and delivering incident resources that support incident operations. Individual position assignments within the Logistics Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Logistics Section

Summary: The Logistics Section meets all support needs for the incident, including ordering resources through appropriate procurement channels. It also provides facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment maintenance and fueling, food service, communications, and medical services for incident personnel. IMT reservist personnel in the Logistics Section function under the direction of the Logistics Section Chief (LSC) and are responsible for securing and delivering incident resources that support incident operations. Individual position assignments within the Logistics Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Finance Section

Summary: The Finance Section is responsible for tracking and reporting incident costs throughout the duration of the incident response, including cost monitoring that ensures applicable statutory rules are being met. The Finance Section also maintains personnel timekeeping records while coordinating execution of vendor agreements and contracts. IMT reservist personnel in the Finance Section function under the direction of the Finance Section Chief (FSC). Individual position assignments within the Finance Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Logistics Section

Summary: The Logistics Section meets all support needs for the incident, including ordering resources through appropriate procurement channels. It also provides facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment maintenance and fueling, food service, communications, and medical services for incident personnel. IMT reservist personnel in the Logistics Section function under the direction of the Logistics Section Chief (LSC) and are responsible for securing and delivering incident resources that support incident operations. Individual position assignments within the Logistics Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Finance Section

Summary: The Finance Section is responsible for tracking and reporting incident costs throughout the duration of the incident response, including cost monitoring that ensures applicable statutory rules are being met. The Finance Section also maintains personnel timekeeping records while coordinating execution of vendor agreements and contracts. IMT reservist personnel in the Finance Section function under the direction of the Finance Section Chief (FSC). Individual position assignments within the Finance Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Finance Section

Summary: The Finance Section is responsible for tracking and reporting incident costs throughout the duration of the incident response, including cost monitoring that ensures applicable statutory rules are being met. The Finance Section also maintains personnel timekeeping records while coordinating execution of vendor agreements and contracts. IMT reservist personnel in the Finance Section function under the direction of the Finance Section Chief (FSC). Individual position assignments within the Finance Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Finance Section

Summary: The Finance Section is responsible for tracking and reporting incident costs throughout the duration of the incident response, including cost monitoring that ensures applicable statutory rules are being met. The Finance Section also maintains personnel timekeeping records while coordinating execution of vendor agreements and contracts. IMT reservist personnel in the Finance Section function under the direction of the Finance Section Chief (FSC). Individual position assignments within the Finance Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Finance Section

Summary: The Finance Section is responsible for tracking and reporting incident costs throughout the duration of the incident response, including cost monitoring that ensures applicable statutory rules are being met. The Finance Section also maintains personnel timekeeping records while coordinating execution of vendor agreements and contracts. IMT reservist personnel in the Finance Section function under the direction of the Finance Section Chief (FSC). Individual position assignments within the Finance Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Finance Section

Summary: The Finance Section is responsible for tracking and reporting incident costs throughout the duration of the incident response, including cost monitoring that ensures applicable statutory rules are being met. The Finance Section also maintains personnel timekeeping records while coordinating execution of vendor agreements and contracts. IMT reservist personnel in the Finance Section function under the direction of the Finance Section Chief (FSC). Individual position assignments within the Finance Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Planning Section

Summary: The Planning Section is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating incident situational information. This section maintains information and intelligence on the current and forecasted situation, as well as the status of resources assigned to the incident. The Planning Section prepares Incident Action Plans (IAPs) and incident mapping while collecting and disseminating information and intelligence critical to the incident. IMT reservist personnel in the Planning Section function under the direction of the Planning Section Chief (PSC). Individual position assignments within the Planning Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Planning Section

Summary: The Planning Section is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating incident situational information. This section maintains information and intelligence on the current and forecasted situation, as well as the status of resources assigned to the incident. The Planning Section prepares Incident Action Plans (IAPs) and incident mapping while collecting and disseminating information and intelligence critical to the incident. IMT reservist personnel in the Planning Section function under the direction of the Planning Section Chief (PSC). Individual position assignments within the Planning Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Planning Section

Summary: The Planning Section is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating incident situational information. This section maintains information and intelligence on the current and forecasted situation, as well as the status of resources assigned to the incident. The Planning Section prepares Incident Action Plans (IAPs) and incident mapping while collecting and disseminating information and intelligence critical to the incident. IMT reservist personnel in the Planning Section function under the direction of the Planning Section Chief (PSC). Individual position assignments within the Planning Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Planning Section

Summary: The Planning Section is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating incident situational information. This section maintains information and intelligence on the current and forecasted situation, as well as the status of resources assigned to the incident. The Planning Section prepares Incident Action Plans (IAPs) and incident mapping while collecting and disseminating information and intelligence critical to the incident. IMT reservist personnel in the Planning Section function under the direction of the Planning Section Chief (PSC). Individual position assignments within the Planning Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Planning Section

Summary: The Planning Section is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating incident situational information. This section maintains information and intelligence on the current and forecasted situation, as well as the status of resources assigned to the incident. The Planning Section prepares Incident Action Plans (IAPs) and incident mapping while collecting and disseminating information and intelligence critical to the incident. IMT reservist personnel in the Planning Section function under the direction of the Planning Section Chief (PSC). Individual position assignments within the Planning Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Incident Management Team Reservist -- Planning Section

Summary: The Planning Section is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating incident situational information. This section maintains information and intelligence on the current and forecasted situation, as well as the status of resources assigned to the incident. The Planning Section prepares Incident Action Plans (IAPs) and incident mapping while collecting and disseminating information and intelligence critical to the incident. IMT reservist personnel in the Planning Section function under the direction of the Planning Section Chief (PSC). Individual position assignments within the Planning Section at the Unit Leader and Single Resource level will have defined responsibilities specific to the response. Hourly compensation level will be determined by position assignment (Support Staff Grade level 2 through 4). Requirements: Must maintain readiness to deploy within 12 hours of being activated. Must maintain physical and mental health characteristics that allow for efficient performance in emergency settings under tight deadlines. Must be able to work in high-pressure/high-stress settings in varied remote or austere environments for a minimum of 14 - 21 straight days. Must be capable of working extended 12-hour shifts, including after-hours. Must have a memory for detail, leadership qualities and sound judgment. Must be able to work in a team environment, or as a single resource with limited supervision. Must possess excellent communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to communicate in a variety of formats. Must be able to maintain professional interpersonal skills, including effective listening, and non-verbal communication skills. Must adhere to acceptable standards of business ethics and integrity, and comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, and regulations in all duties. Must be able to pass all appropriate criminal background checks. Other duties, as assigned Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Sr. Facilities Manager

The Senior Facilities Manager will be responsible for facility operations including all aspects of facility management, construction management, maintenance and repairs of multiple facilities comprised of office, GMP QC laboratories, GMP manufacturing, warehouse and research laboratories. Additionally, this position will author SOP?s, investigate deviations, write investigation reports, create/own CAPAs and change controls and participate in FDA audits. This position reports to the Senior Director, Facilities, EHS & Engineering and is based in Madison, WI. This position will supervise a team comprised of professional and technical positions. Responsibilities: Plan, direct, and manage the operations and activities of the facilities department including evaluating workload; planning and implementing changes as needed. Partner with functional leaders to develop and execute strategic portfolio space plans. Oversee construction and repair projects. May serve as project manager when assigned. Serve as liaison for design, development and procurement of facility-related systems. Research and recommend facilities capital improvement budgets. Coordinate vendor-provided routine services and contracted maintenance and construction services. Ensure proper maintenance of production equipment such as automated fill, cap and labelers. Ensure proper maintenance by facilities team of HVAC units, freezers, refrigerators, electrical and fire systems, and other facility related equipment following SOPs and proper documentation of work completed to meet QMS requirements. Prepare required reports for management review and approval. Ensure facility compliance with OSHA, FDA, EPA and other health/safety and environmental related regulations. Ensure adequate on-call coverage for weekend/after-hours emergencies. Assist in the planning, response and recovery operations for emergency situations and disaster recovery. Maintain validated systems managed by facilities and ensure compliance. In conjunction with the EH&S Manager, develop and monitor facility-wide safety programs and procedures. Maintain open communication with local agencies and ensure all permit requirements are complied with. Responsible for personnel management activities such as: scheduling, personnel actions, training and development, providing regular direction and feedback on performance, disciplinary actions and preparing and delivering annual performance and salary reviews. Assist in the development of short- and long-range operating objectives, organizational structure, staffing requirements and succession plans....

Disaster Case Management/ PRN Case Manager I- Region #8

Critical Action Items: Coordinate all referrals, service planning, and client documentation for assigned caseload Serve as the liaison with stakeholders including other non-profits or Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters (VOADS) Participate in weekly case staffings with Lead Case Manager and/or Supervisor Participate in workshops, seminars, education programs and other activities that promote professional growth and development Measurable Deliverables: Maintain a full caseload, complete with ongoing individual plans Maintain regular contact with clients as needed Prepare, compile, and submit accurate case files Continually assess ongoing changes in behavior, circumstances, or conditions that may affect client safety Engage and involve the client in the casework process Demonstrate client progress toward risk reduction, achievement of goals and positive case outcomes Maintain accurate records, files, forms, statistics and additional relevant information in accord with agency policy, licensing, and/or funding requirements Conduct Needs Assessments on an as-needed basis Response / Activation Respond to inquiries, requests for assistances and/or direction, and any other requests from personnel within a reasonable and timely period. Participate in EMD or other BCFS-sponsored response as an IDCM Case Manager Maintain readiness and ensure availability to respond Possess the knowledge, ability, and proficiency to provide quality case management services Ensure ability to perform in dynamic, fast-paced, stressful environments associated with disaster response, while appropriately managing concurrent projects and/or tasks Provide appropriate reporting to chain of command, including appropriate documentation, regarding any issues related to all aspects of case management Ensure policies & procedures are strictly adhered, with an emphasis on ethics codes Observe and report unsuitable conditions or assignments Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Driver/EMT - Healthy Start Laredo

Critical Action Items: Full time (40 hours per week), hourly rate. Operates Healthy Start Mobile Medical Unit and company vehicles. Observes all state and city safety regulations. Ensures compliance with agency service and safety policies. Collaborates and works effectively in a medical support role to supervising medical professional, typically an RN or NP. Must be able to work independently in the field or as a medical team member within the mobile medical unit. Must be willing to work shifts that require an adjusted schedule during emergency management assignments. Measurable Deliverables: Required to provide emergency medical support to program participants who are injured or critically ill and transport them to a medical facility if needed. Assess the medical needs of the sick or injured and provide immediate care. Requests police or ambulance service as needed. Complete reports that include a written description of the emergency procedures performed on the patient/program participant. Conducts community health trainings for clients. Provide transportation for clients and staff to group services and/or special events. Performs daily maintenance of mobile medical unit, including discharge of waste system, replenishment of supplies, and refilling hygienic water containers. Clean and disinfect the mobile medical unit and replace any supplies necessary for daily operations. Schedules unit and agency vehicles for preventative and maintenance in accordance with manufacturer and/or agency prescribed schedules. Reports all safety and maintenance concerns to supervisor. Daily visual checks of the mobile unit to confirm the unit is in excellent operating condition. Returns unit to its designated parking area ensuring that it is secured nightly. Reports accidents immediately to supervisor and police. Completes company accident report. Physical strength adequate to maintain and maneuver the mobile medical unit. Ability to obtain specialized training and/or licensing in the proper operation and handling of an oversized vehicle. Maintain medical certification by attending continuing education and refresher courses as required by Texas certifying authorities. When needed, assist the Emergency Management Division as assigned by maintaining responsibility for the mobile medical unit during an official tasking and/or deployment. Other Responsibilities: Other job duties as assigned. Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled...

Mission Analyst-Anticipated

Cherokee Nation Security & Defense(CNSD) provides state-of-the-art critical site infrastructure protection, security surveillance services, access control technologies and complete security integration for both government and commercial clients. The company handles projects such as civil construction, complex security and command center design. Wholly owned by the Cherokee Nation, CNSD is part of the Cherokee Nation Businesses family of companies. SUMMARY The Mission Analysts will be assigned to the Mission Support Office and support assigned assessments. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Coordinating development of the Assessment Focus Statement (AFS) with the assessment points of contact and the assigned Team Chief/Technical Integrator. Coordinating/planning the pre-site survey (PSS) for each JMAA in collaboration with the assigned Mission Support Specialist and the team point of contact(s). Scheduling/conducting secure video-teleconference (SVTC) with the CCMD, Service, and installation points of contact to coordinate the PSS, discuss the AFS, the All Hazard and Threat Assessment (AHTA), and any other pertinent issues. Reviewing the installation AHTA with the Standard and Training?s Intelligence Research Specialist, team Risk Management Asymmetrical Tactics Specialist and Emergency Management Specialist. Developing the Mission Analysis product using the information gathered from the AFS, Strategic Mission Assurance Database System (SMADS), applicable Operations Orders and Plans. Conducting mission analysis briefings to the assigned team prior to and after the PSS. Inputting assessment data into the Mission Assurance Assessment Standalone Tool (MAAST) or its replacement and providing the data to the team prior to departure. Performing reachback analysis support to their assigned team during the conduct of their assessment. Conducting a review of the Assessment Team Report to ensure the impact analysis for each finding/observation accurately defines the installation, operational, and strategic impacts prior to the final report being disseminated. Loading the final report to the JMAAP portal and notifying the assigned Technical Editor so they can send out the notification. Traveling with the JMAA team as required. Conducting data analysis and producing reports and briefings as required. Developing common observations for special presentations such as Congressional Report, Joint Staff Higher Headquarters Program Reviews, and conferences. Special request shall be completed within 2 weeks of request unless there are extenuating circumstances. SUPERVISORY/MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY N/A...

Market Research Director

Intermedix has been a leader in healthcare business services and technology enabled solution for over 30 years. Our solutions support planning, communication, command, and control to better connect healthcare providers, public health agencies, and emergency management personnel. We take pride in serving our clients with extensive industry expertise and exceptional technology to back it up. Today, with approximately 2000 employees, Intermedix annually processes more than 15 million patient encounters, collects over two billion in revenue for clients, and connects more than 95% of the United States population through its emergency preparedness and response technologies. Intermedix rewards innovation and hard work with opportunities for growth and development. If you are looking for a career to join an organization that is a leader in health and safety then Intermedix may be just the place for you. We currently have an opening for : Market Research Director Position Summary: We are in search of a dynamic leader to build an enterprise market research function encompassing diverse business lines including health care, emergency management and EMS. The position involves working to build relationships with a variety of business lines, prioritizing focus areas to achieve the highest impact, executing research, presenting actionable analysis and driving change surrounding the results. The successful candidate will work closely with executives across the company and will have the opportunity to drive corporate strategy. Responsibilities: Establish relationships with key business leaders to understand current strategy and expertise surrounding customer needs Build a pipeline for research initiatives and communicate priorities to the business Design research methods and leverage internal and external capabilities to optimize success Manage the timely execution of projects and corresponding budgets Build and manage a team to support research activities Learn to use existing corporate tools to gather data and generate analysis, and oversee the addition of new systems where needed...

Public Health Emergency Planner

:: Facilitates and oversees the overall coordination, development, planning, training and direction relating to public health emergency preparedness. Enhance the CRI Region's ability to prevent and/or respond to a large scale public health emergency. Coordinate and link Public Health emergency response with CRI planning activities in both Kansas and Missouri....

Environmental Services Manager

Top Community Healthcare Facility in Brooklyn seeks experienced Environmental Services Manager SCOPE OF SERVICES: Responsible for environmental services including maintenance and engineering activities at all Corporation facilities. Ensures the maintenance of high regulatory standards in accordance with NYS Department of Health OSHA,Joint Commission, requirements and the Corporation?s policies and procedures. Manage and maintain vehicles owned and operated by the Corporation.. Review all maintenance & service practicies and make recommendations. Adhere to policies and procedures contained in the environmental care manual. Prepare annual evaluation of the environment of care plans and draft proposal, policies and procedures as necessary. Review purchasing orders, arrangements, and venders list requiring COO?s approval. Responsible for Security, serves as in-house construction liaison and involve with the planning and execution of renovation, improvement, development, and expansion of all facilities. Serves as Fire and Safety Director. RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: Full-Time Monday through Friday, 7:00am-3:00pm; With Flexibility as needed Ensures that all facilities are maintained in an excellent manner in terms of cleanliness, safety, comfortable and aesthetically appealing. Develops, implements and updates EOC procedures and protocols that establish the what, how, why, where and when activities and tasks are performed and completed by EOC staff. Reports and maintains an ongoing record of all incidents in the facility to include Center property, especially those that have a strong litigation possibility with a copy to administrator. Knowledgeable of all regulatory agency codes that are applicable to the Center and other sites. Ensures that the Center is operating in keeping with codes indicated. Conduct and records safety surveillance rounds and drills, e.g. fire, bomb, disaster, as per Joint Commission and OSHA standards as may be necessary to familiarize staff and patients with expected behaviors in the event of such a disaster. Recruits appropriate staff to carry out the various functions of the department in accordance with budget constraints and needs. Serves as technical in-house liaison for improvements, renovations and construction projects for all facilities. Evaluates EOC staff periodically, minimally once per year, to apprise employees of their performance suitability for job, and deficiencies, with applicable criteria to correct name. Review purchasing items requiring COO approval. Maintains a cadre of technical professionals who can be called upon for advice or service as needed. Ensures that all facilities are managed in a way to minimize security risks, e.g. pilfering, assault, destruction and vandalism of property, etc. Holds regular meeting with EOC staff to apprise them of new developments in the field of patient safety, emergency management,security and/or p erform lower level functions where large contracts are not necessary. All other duties as assigned....

Project Manager (Security, Fire & Emergency Management)

The Project Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of physical Security, Fire and Emergency Management operations for a large industrial facility. Duties include providing oversight for Security implementation policy, monitoring training and development of Security Officers and Fire Fighters, and coordinating the actions of Emergency and Contingency responders. We are looking for a dynamic individual who has made quantifiable positive improvements to Security and Fire Response programs within the Industrial Security vertical as well as a proven leader in the development and supervision of staff and personnel. Basic Responsibilities Develop and maintain effective relationships with employees and serve as the liaison between the facility and EMS, Police and Fire Meet regularly with facility leadership to address problems and offer solutions, provide status updates, communicate needs, and ensure compliance Manage the Security and Fire Response programs on-site Review Standard Operating Procedures and modify or improve as necessary Establish reporting relationships with Fire and HAZMAT response teams external to the facility Monitor and provide oversight for all Security/Fire related training Manage and provide oversight for the Emergency Preparedness program Conduct orientations and manage the on-boarding of all candidates Provide input into Risk Assessments and participate in Risk Management Audits Conduct interviews with security and fire candidates Manage all Security and Fire personnel Complete weekly payroll and schedule entries Successfully manage overtime...

Division Manager

Job Summary Oversee the Community Management Division inan effort to attain the goals of the company. Train and manage all employeeswithin the division. Effectively fulfill all contractual obligations to theassociations and insure that clients are well served. Summary of Essential JobFunctions Management Functions Oversee, supervise and review the work of all employees in the division Handle personnel decisions and problems Train new employees in daily procedural activities and in long-term understanding of the company?s values Conduct periodic performance evaluations for division employees Monitor employee portfolios and workloads Provide input for strategic, long-term planning Assist in the marketing and presentation to perspective clients Develop operating procedures Review all correspondence and reports Portfolio Manager Functions Manage approximately 4-6 homeowners associations Assess needs of the association on both a long- and short-term basis Address the implementation and compliance of governing CC&R?s statutes and regulations. Make recommendations regarding the implementation and compliance of litigation. Manage litigation according to rules and directives and provide applicable legal updates to the board Ensure Association compliance with all applicable federal and state laws, and advise Association in such matters Assist in interpretation of the rules of the Association and suggest appropriate steps of enforcement. Coordinate the enforcement of the governing rules/documents Receive, write and document letters to homeowners and others concerning violations of Association documents and rules, homeowner requests, architectural requests and maintenance matters Act as primary contact to the association and its Board of Directors by providing oversight and managing Board and Community relations. Supervise and direct all related communications included in supervision of election process, the establishment of policies and procedures and by making management recommendations to the Board of Directors Manage the Association funds within the guidelines of the approved budget and provide monthly financial statements to all members of the Board Manage all insurance needs of the association Coordinate collection, lien and foreclosure proceedings as directed by the Board Address financial issues with the development, preparation and dissemination of the annual budget for the Board. Prepare and review financial statements and manage accounting needs, including the preparation and filing of required association tax returns, processing of payments and receipts. Oversee audits, tax payments, and general financial compliance. Manage and collection of assessments, delinquencies, and charge-backs Cooperate with auditors appointed by the Board in their performance of audits and reviews of Association?s records and their preparation of applicable tax returns Coordinate and present reserve study findings to the Board Responsible for overseeing and approving Association expenditures Expenditure Limitation ? Manager shall not make any unapproved expenditure nor incur any obligation exceeding $1,500 without prior Board approval except emergency repairs involving imminent danger to life or property, or immediately necessary for the preservation and safety of the property or for the safety of any person or required to avoid the suspension of any necessary service to the community. In this type of emergency, Manager shall attempt to contact a member of the Board for expenditure approval but, if unsuccessful, Manger is authorized to act regardless of cost Supervision of all personnel Coordinate vendor bidding process, as directed by the Board?s specifications, for goods or services that Manager deems likely to cost $1,000 or more. And present the Board with the results of the bid process and recommended vendor Oversee vendor activities and monitor project completion Enforce vendor contracts and take appropriate action to address criticisms, complaints and suggestions regarding employees and subcontractors when brought to the attention of the Manager by the Board. Including, the implementation of employee and subcontractor discharge decisions made by the Board Provide monthly inspections of Common Areas and facilities. Responsible for upkeep, maintenance and management of the Common Areas and equipment pursuant to the Association?s documents Submit written reports of inspection findings, action taken and recommendations to the Board Receive and process maintenance requests and/or complaints concerning the Common Areas and communicate them to appropriate contractors and vendors for correction, repairs and maintenance Responsible for prompt compliance with any and all orders or requirements of all federal, state, county or municipal authorities or agencies having jurisdiction with respect to the Property Responsible for keeping records of maintenance Preparation and distribution of board packets, minutes and action items. As well as, the posting of meeting agendas Attend all business meetings of the Board in accordance with the contract Work with all committees of the Board Coordinate the free flow of information to the Board regardless of the wishes of any Owner or Director Manage violation logs and prepare violation letters and hearing notices pursuant to the Association?s enforcement policy time lines for compliance/enforcement. Keep Division Manager/Vice President apprised of all written and verbal responses received by violating party/s or witnesses to violations reported Collect and organize all documentation related to Association operations and action items including records, books, papers and related correspondence Marginal Job Functions Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment Proven ability to maintain professionalism Capable of prioritize essential activities to meet required deadlines Willingness to be accountable for actions and take ownership of results Perform other duties and exercise other powers as may be delegated to them from time to time by action of the Board of Directors according to legal codes...

Community Manager

Job is located in San Diego, CA. Job Summary To oversee, at the direction of the Board,all homeowner association business including rule enforcement, financialmatters, vendor management and site management Summary of Essential JobFunctions Manage approximately 6 homeowners associations Assess needs of the association on both a long- and short-term basis Address the implementation and compliance of governing CC&R?s statutes and regulations. Make recommendations regarding the implementation and compliance of litigation. Manage litigation according to rules and directives and provide applicable legal updates to the board Ensure Association compliance with all applicable federal and state laws, and advise Association in such matters Assist in interpretation of the rules of the Association and suggest appropriate steps of enforcement. Coordinate the enforcement of the governing rules/documents Receive, write and document letters to homeowners and others concerning violations of Association documents and rules, homeowner requests, architectural requests and maintenance matters Act as primary contact to the association and its Board of Directors by providing oversight and managing Board and Community relations. Supervise and direct all related communications included in supervision of election process, the establishment of policies and procedures and by making management recommendations to the Board of Directors Manage the Association funds within the guidelines of the approved budget and provide monthly financial statements to all members of the Board Manage all insurance needs of the association Coordinate collection, lien and foreclosure proceedings as directed by the Board Address financial issues with the development, preparation and dissemination of the annual budget for the Board. Prepare and review financial statements and manage accounting needs, including the preparation and filing of required association tax returns, processing of payments and receipts. Oversee audits, tax payments, and general financial compliance. Manage and collection of assessments, delinquencies, and charge-backs Cooperate with auditors appointed by the Board in their performance of audits and reviews of Association?s records and their preparation of applicable tax returns Coordinate and present reserve study findings to the Board Responsible for overseeing and approving Association expenditures Expenditure Limitation ? Manager shall not make any unapproved expenditure nor incur any obligation exceeding $1,500 without prior Board approval except emergency repairs involving imminent danger to life or property, or immediately necessary for the preservation and safety of the property or for the safety of any person or required to avoid the suspension of any necessary service to the community. In this type of emergency, Manager shall attempt to contact a member of the Board for expenditure approval but, if unsuccessful, Manger is authorized to act regardless of cost Supervision of all personnel Coordinate vendor bidding process, as directed by the Board?s specifications, for goods or services that Manager deems likely to cost $1,000 or more. And present the Board with the results of the bid process and recommended vendor Oversee vendor activities and monitor project completion Enforce vendor contracts and take appropriate action to address criticisms, complaints and suggestions regarding employees and subcontractors when brought to the attention of the Manager by the Board. Including, the implementation of employee and subcontractor discharge decisions made by the Board Provide monthly inspections of Common Areas and facilities. Responsible for upkeep, maintenance and management of the Common Areas and equipment pursuant to the Association?s documents Submit written reports of inspection findings, action taken and recommendations to the Board Receive and process maintenance requests and/or complaints concerning the Common Areas and communicate them to appropriate contractors and vendors for correction, repairs and maintenance Responsible for prompt compliance with any and all orders or requirements of all federal, state, county or municipal authorities or agencies having jurisdiction with respect to the Property Responsible for keeping records of maintenance Preparation and distribution of board packets, minutes and action items. As well as, the posting of meeting agendas Attend all business meetings of the Board in accordance with the contract Work with all committees of the Board Coordinate the free flow of information to the Board regardless of the wishes of any Owner or Director Manage violation logs and prepare violation letters and hearing notices pursuant to the Association?s enforcement policy time lines for compliance/enforcement. Keep Division Manager/Vice President apprised of all written and verbal responses received by violating party/s or witnesses to violations reported Collect and organize all documentation related to Association operations and action items including records, books, papers and related correspondence Marginal Job Functions Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment Proven ability to maintain professionalism Capable of prioritize essential activities to meet required deadlines Willingness to be accountable for actions and take ownership of results Perform other duties and exercise other powers as may be delegated to them from time to time by action of the Board of Directors according to legal codes...

Community Manager

Job Summary To oversee, at the direction of the Board,all homeowner association business including rule enforcement, financialmatters, vendor management and site management Summary of Essential JobFunctions Manage approximately 6 homeowners associations Assess needs of the association on both a long- and short-term basis Address the implementation and compliance of governing CC&R?s statutes and regulations. Make recommendations regarding the implementation and compliance of litigation. Manage litigation according to rules and directives and provide applicable legal updates to the board Ensure Association compliance with all applicable federal and state laws, and advise Association in such matters Assist in interpretation of the rules of the Association and suggest appropriate steps of enforcement. Coordinate the enforcement of the governing rules/documents Receive, write and document letters to homeowners and others concerning violations of Association documents and rules, homeowner requests, architectural requests and maintenance matters Act as primary contact to the association and its Board of Directors by providing oversight and managing Board and Community relations. Supervise and direct all related communications included in supervision of election process, the establishment of policies and procedures and by making management recommendations to the Board of Directors Manage the Association funds within the guidelines of the approved budget and provide monthly financial statements to all members of the Board Manage all insurance needs of the association Coordinate collection, lien and foreclosure proceedings as directed by the Board Address financial issues with the development, preparation and dissemination of the annual budget for the Board. Prepare and review financial statements and manage accounting needs, including the preparation and filing of required association tax returns, processing of payments and receipts. Oversee audits, tax payments, and general financial compliance. Manage and collection of assessments, delinquencies, and charge-backs Cooperate with auditors appointed by the Board in their performance of audits and reviews of Association?s records and their preparation of applicable tax returns Coordinate and present reserve study findings to the Board Responsible for overseeing and approving Association expenditures Expenditure Limitation ? Manager shall not make any unapproved expenditure nor incur any obligation exceeding $1,500 without prior Board approval except emergency repairs involving imminent danger to life or property, or immediately necessary for the preservation and safety of the property or for the safety of any person or required to avoid the suspension of any necessary service to the community. In this type of emergency, Manager shall attempt to contact a member of the Board for expenditure approval but, if unsuccessful, Manger is authorized to act regardless of cost Supervision of all personnel Coordinate vendor bidding process, as directed by the Board?s specifications, for goods or services that Manager deems likely to cost $1,000 or more. And present the Board with the results of the bid process and recommended vendor Oversee vendor activities and monitor project completion Enforce vendor contracts and take appropriate action to address criticisms, complaints and suggestions regarding employees and subcontractors when brought to the attention of the Manager by the Board. Including, the implementation of employee and subcontractor discharge decisions made by the Board Provide monthly inspections of Common Areas and facilities. Responsible for upkeep, maintenance and management of the Common Areas and equipment pursuant to the Association?s documents Submit written reports of inspection findings, action taken and recommendations to the Board Receive and process maintenance requests and/or complaints concerning the Common Areas and communicate them to appropriate contractors and vendors for correction, repairs and maintenance Responsible for prompt compliance with any and all orders or requirements of all federal, state, county or municipal authorities or agencies having jurisdiction with respect to the Property Responsible for keeping records of maintenance Preparation and distribution of board packets, minutes and action items. As well as, the posting of meeting agendas Attend all business meetings of the Board in accordance with the contract Work with all committees of the Board Coordinate the free flow of information to the Board regardless of the wishes of any Owner or Director Manage violation logs and prepare violation letters and hearing notices pursuant to the Association?s enforcement policy time lines for compliance/enforcement. Keep Division Manager/Vice President apprised of all written and verbal responses received by violating party/s or witnesses to violations reported Collect and organize all documentation related to Association operations and action items including records, books, papers and related correspondence Marginal Job Functions Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment Proven ability to maintain professionalism Capable of prioritize essential activities to meet required deadlines Willingness to be accountable for actions and take ownership of results Perform other duties and exercise other powers as may be delegated to them from time to time by action of the Board of Directors according to legal codes...

Clinical Social Worker - Full Time, Varied - Rose deLima Campus

Job Summary The Clinical Social Worker is responsible for performing social work assessments and interventions as needed for inpatients, outpatients and emergency department patients. They are dedicated to patient and family centered care that values personal self-determination, skilled at managing multiple priorities at once, and engaging in creative, compassionate and ethical problem-solving. As a member of a multidisciplinary health team, they perform comprehensive assessments and develop treatment plans that integrate the medical, social and resource issues that impact individual patients, families and at risk populations. Clinical Social Workers are responsible for working collaboratively with all healthcare team members to develop and implement treatment plans that support patient-centered plan of care for both individual patients and the medical community. The functions of the Clinical Social Worker includes crisis intervention, patient /family intervention, high risk screening, brief counseling, referring for financial or other identified resource needs, arrange and facilitate family/patient representative meetings with the health care team as needed, assist in post acute placement on complex discharges and engagement of appropriate agencies or community resources when high risk patients are identified. The Clinical Social Worker establishes and maintains professional relationships with physicians, case managers, nursing staff, county agencies, community resources, patients and families. The position will be required to serve on hospital committees and take part in developing and presenting in-services to Hospital staff. Employees must abide by all Joint Commission Requirements including but not limited to sensitivity to cultural diversity, patient care, patients rights and ethical treatment, safety and security of physical environments, emergency management, teamwork, respect for others, participation in ongoing education and training, communication and adherence to safety and quality programs, sustaining compliance with National Patient Safety Goals, and licensure and health screenings. Advocacy & Education: Patient/Family Self Care Management, Patient/Family Health Management Education, Bioethics Referrals & Management, Physician, Staff & Community Education, Care Coordination Education & Training, Risk Management Identification & Referral Psychosocial Management: Crisis Intervention, Psychosocial Assessment/Functioning, Counseling Support & Referral, Abuse/Neglect Identification & Referral (Partner, Child, Elder), Family Issues Affecting Care, Coping/Emotional Adjustment, Grief/Bereavement Support (Individual & Group), Adoption Resources, Health/Wellness Promotion, Substance Abuse Screening/Resources, Psychiatric Screening/Behavior, Management, Staff Support and Crisis Intervention (Critical Incident Stress Debriefing) Patient/Family Care Conferences: Interdisciplinary Care Communication/Coordination, Continuity of Care Planning Management. Continuity/Transition Management: As part of Care Coordination team, facilitation of Patient decisions and communications regarding post-acute care; professional responsibility for knowledge of community resources related to clinical social work scope of service and functions and social worker discretion; maintaining appropriate up to date resource lists; education for patients/families about availability of community resources, mental health service coordination, Hospice Community Resource Coordination; Life Care Planning, Palliative/End-of-Life Care, expert consultation on health care resource management; team and patient education regarding CCS/Medicare/Medi-Cal/SSI Performance & Outcomes Management: Understanding of Federal/State/Local Regulatory Agency Compliance, Joint Commission Standards Compliance, Evidenced Based Practice; Understanding of Organizational Financial Performance/Management, Length of Stay, Cost per Case, Revenue Cycle . Experience At least two years of clinical and/or medical social work experience required. Education Master"s Degree from a School of Social work accredited by the Council of Social Work Education. Training Knowledge of contemporary behavioral and systems theories relevant to health care; end-of-life dynamics and interventions; grief and bereavement counseling; substance abuse identification and interventions; support for victims of abuse, neglect or violence; community or financial resources for underserved or vulnerable populations. SSDI, SDI, and other governmental/county requirements/programs. Thorough comprehension of OBRA and Title 22 is required. Special Skills The incumbent must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform essential functions. Essential functions include but are not limited to those functions that are performed frequently, require a significant amount of time or if not performed, result in an adverse impact. Excellent customer service and presentation skills are a must Strong interpersonal and written communication skills are essential Demonstrated ability to apply analytical and problem solving skills Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks or projects effectively Ability to work independently as needed with a high degree of detail orientation. Ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities Licensure LIC CSW = Licensed Clinical Social Worker or LIC LSW = Licensed Social Worker ST. ROSE is EXCELLENCE St. Rose Dominican Hospitals has served southern Nevada for more than 65 years with a commitment to quality, compassionate health care. As southern Nevada"s only not-for-profit, religiously sponsored hospital system, St. Rose recognizes the importance of healing not only the body, but the mind and spirit as well. Dedicated caregivers, the latest technology and an environment of healing work together at all three St. Rose hospitals in Henderson and Las Vegas. We are part of Dignity Health , one of the largest health care systems in the U.S. The word "dignity" perfectly defines what our organization stands for: Showing respect for all people by providing excellent care. Our employees enjoy competitive salaries, comprehensive benefit packages and teamwork centered work environments. We offer relocation assistance to qualified candidates and we value the health of our employees, patients and visitors. St. Rose is a tobacco-free organization. With focuses on family and community, southern Nevada has beautiful master-planned neighborhoods and affordable living, first-class restaurants, shopping, entertainment and no state income tax. The beauty and climate of the southwest make year-round outdoor activities possible. Las Vegas and Henderson are cities with small time atmospheres and St. Rose Dominican Hospitals has served this community with a commitment to excellence in the delivery of compassionate health care. St. Rose Dominican Hospitals is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) seeking qualified and diverse candidates to foster a work environment where our employees share a commitment to our mission and values. All employment decisions are made without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran or marital status or any other basis prohibited by federal, state or local law. Our outstanding benefits package includes 100% employer paid medical benefits for you and your family, including domestic partners. Also included is a 403 (b) plan with company match, tuition reimbursement ($5200 per calendar year (full-time and part-time benefited positions) and comprehensive dental and vision plans. St. Rose Dominican Hospitals is a part of the RN Student Loan Forgiveness Program for Public Sector Employees. Relocation assistance may be available. St. Rose Dominican Hospitals are safe lift equipped and follow the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Standards for lifting. Find us on Facebook Equal Opportunity Dignity Health is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status. For more information about your EEO rights as an applicant, please click here ....

Custodian

Position Title: Custodian (On-Call Only) Position Summary: o Sweeps and wet and dry mop floors o General cleaning throughout the building o Clean carpets using carpet cleaning machines o Vacuums and cares for carpeting o Washes windows and polishes furniture o Cleans restrooms o Mops, waxes and buffs floors o Picks up paper and debris from campus grounds o Performs other duties as assigned Typical Knowledge and Skills: o Must have through knowledge of proper procedures for cleaning and maintaining resilient tile floors, carpeted floors, and polished concrete floors. o Must have through knowledge of all custodial related tasks. o Must be able to read, understand and follow units of measure on product labels. Must have an excellent attendance record and demonstrated ability to exercise good judgment. o Applies basic skills and may develop advanced skills using tools and equipment appropriate for the position. o Ability to effectively communicate policies, and/or procedures in a manner easily understood by fellow employees. Typical Requirements: Education or Equivalent Experience: High School Diploma or GED or equivalent experience Supervisor/Managerial Experience: None Function Specific Experience: 3 or more years of related work experience Certification Requirements: None Supervision: Supervision Received: Works under direct supervision and follows standard procedures and written instructions to accomplish assigned tasks. Working Conditions: Work is performed in an area that is adequately lighted and ventilated. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Specific physical characteristics and abilities are required to perform the work, such as agility, dexterity, and long periods of walking, standing, bending, carrying or lifting supplies and equipment weighing 50 pounds or more. Wears protective clothing required by the work environment or governmental regulations...

Supervisor II

Position Summary ?Acts as a primary liaison between catering clients and Sodexo ?Acts as front of the house catering lead, coordinating events with back of the house staff ?Serves as a working lead supervisor coordinating activities of workers or service employees engaged in food operations or services at larger complex facilities of commercial, health care facility, school, campus or other establishments. ?Assists in ensuring a safe working environment throughout the facility for all employees. ?Assists in monitoring employee productivity and provides suggestions for increased service or productivity. ?Assists in the supervision of day-to-day activities of subordinates and assigns responsibility for specific work or functional activities. ?Orients and trains employees. ?Performs day to day assignments in addition to lead duties. ?Works directly with customers to ensure satisfaction in such areas as event planning, quality, service, and problem resolution. Knowledge and Skills: Applies complex technical skills appropriate for the position. Adapts procedures, processes, tools, equipment and techniques to meet the requirements of the positions. Applies knowledge of department policies and procedures, and utilizes a general understanding of other departments' functions. Ability to effectively communicate policies, and/or procedures in a manner easily understood by fellow employees. Requirements: Education or Equivalent Experience: High School diploma or GED Supervisor/Managerial Experience: Previous supervisory experience required. Function Specific Experience: 3 or more years of related work experience. Certification Requirements: Serv-safe, Valid driver's license Supervision: Supervision Received: Works under minimal supervision. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish assigned tasks and goals. Supervision Provided: Orient, trains, assigns and checks the work of employees at larger units. Working Conditions: Work is performed in an area that is adequately lighted and ventilated. Physical Demands: Specific physical characteristics and abilities are required to perform the work, such as agility, dexterity and long periods of walking, standing, bending, carrying or lifting supplies and equipment weighing 50 pounds or more....

Contingency/DR Specialist

The Contingency/DR Specialist will be responsible for providing emergency response information technology planning activities for the customer?s emergency response programs. This includes and activities that include Disaster Recovery (DR), business Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP), and Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP). The Contingency Planning and Disaster Recovery Focus Area will include emergency response activities such as documenting plans, providing plan awareness, testing and executing plans, and reviewing and recommending technologies to support emergency response. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Responsible for the integration of CNI Core Competencies into daily functions, including: commitment to integrity, knowledge/quality of work, supporting financial goals of the company, initiative/motivation, cooperation/relationships, problem analysis/discretion, accomplishing goals through organization, positive oral/written communication skills, leadership abilities, commitment to Affirmative Action, reliability/dependability, flexibility and ownership/accountability of actions taken. Assists in developing an IT Systems Disaster Recovery (DR) plan which includes conducting periodic business impact analysis, establishing and maintaining call lists, establishing and maintaining recovery tiers for critical systems and applications, participating in DR planning activities and meetings. Assists system owners with the development of contingency plans compliant with NIST SP800-34, SP800-53 and FIPS 199 which will be reviewed and updated no less than annually or upon significant change. Responsible for fully managing business continuity to a multitude of possible scenarios ranging from natural disaster to malware, cyber-attack, system failure, and more. Proactively identifies potential risks within each business unit?s systems and ensure risks are understood and technology business continuity and disaster recovery are planned for and designed accordingly. Advises customer stakeholders regarding the documenting and verification of recovery times. Provides COOP support regarding IT. Assists with the development, testing and maintenance of continuity of operations, emergency management and business continuity plans for IT Systems. Responsible for aiding in own self-development by being available and receptive to all training made available by the company. Plans daily activities within the guidelines of company policy, job description and supervisor?s instruction in such a way as to maximize personal output. Responsible for keeping own immediate work area in a neat and orderly condition to ensure safety of self and co-workers. Will report any unsafe conditions and/or practices to the appropriate supervisor and human resources. Will immediately correct any unsafe conditions to the best of own ability. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Minimum of five years? experience in: (1) interpreting federal security guidance such as FISMA, FIPS, NIST Special Publications, OMB Mandates, and other federal requirements; (2) experience with the federal Certification and Accreditation process, including conducting reviews such as Security Control Testing and Evaluation (ST&Es), tracking progress, and defining POA&Ms; (3) Disaster recovery planning. Or, Bachelor?s degree in a major field of study, such as Computer Science and minimum of two years? experience in: (1) interpreting federal security guidance such as FISMA, FIPS, NIST Special Publications, OMB Mandates, and other federal requirements; (2) experience with the federal Certification and Accreditation process including conducting reviews such as Security Control Testing and Evaluation (ST&Es), tracking progress, and defining POA&Ms; (3) disaster recovery planning. JOB SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS / ABILITIES Familiar with OMB, FISMA, FIPS, HIPPA and other federal regulations and requirements associated with Information Security Strong written and verbal communications skills with ability to prepare quality reports, presentations, summaries and analysis Strong interpersonal skills applied to interactions with all levels of authority CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATION Driver?s License Preferred certifications such as CISSP, SANS GIAC, Security+, Network+, Linux+, MCSE, CCNA or SSCP MATHMETICAL SKILLS Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry. REASONING ABILITY Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables. LANGUAGE SKILLS Ability to read, analyze and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community. Ability to write speeches and articles for publication that conform to prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups, and/or boards of directors. PI89885785...

Risk Management Administrator

Our corporation is looking for a dynamic Risk Management Adminstrator. The ideal candidate will have experience with the below responsibilities: Manage multi-state jurisdictional workers? compensation, general, and auto liability claims through communication with management, team members, insurance adjusters, medical professionals, legal professionals jurisdictional/regulatory authorities, affected parties and/or representatives. Establishes and maintains standards and procedures for all matters relating to workers? compensation. Reviews and manages claims through interview with team members to correct errors or omissions and investigates questionable claims. Reviews medical treatment records and medical bills to determine extent of liability. Analyzes information gathered by investigation. Reviews case management plan submitted by the insurance adjusters to ensure cost control and reduction of the claim and works with medical providers, and various other entities, to mitigate lost time and successfully return team member back to work, in a timely manner, based on AMA guidelines. Refers questionable claims to investigator or claims adjuster for investigation or settlement. Determines third-party subrogation potential. Manages multi-state jurisdictional auto liability by conducting investigation and evaluation of claims to access coverage, evaluate and recommend reserve amount based on degree of liability and case value. Obtains, when necessary, and reviews police reports or physical property damage to determine the extent of liability. Examines claim forms and other records to determine insurance coverage extended towards Leslie?s indemnification in order to mitigate exposure. Negotiates settlement of auto claims within policy limits. Works with various entities to settle claims in-house in a timely manner. If necessary, tenders auto claim to insurance carrier for defense due to bodily injury. Determines subrogation potential. Manages motor vehicle reporting for Leslie?s team members who drive a company vehicle and/or drive a personal vehicle as part of their job. Obtains and reviews MVR reports quarterly for monitoring of team members? driving records. Based on review of MVR records, consults with Vice President of Risk Management, Legal, Human Resources, Service and Commercial regarding the application of Leslie?s Rules of the Road policy. Manages multi-state jurisdictional general liability claims. Completes evaluation, investigation and defense of public and product liability claims to determine legitimacy. Collects evidence to support contested claims in court. Negotiates claim settlements and recommends litigation when settlement cannot be negotiated. Determines if claim will be tendered to insurance carrier for defense based on bodily injury claim or potential liability risk to Leslie?s. Manages Safety compliance program for all operational departments. Receives and maintains safety meeting completion reports across all fields of the business (retail stores, distribution centers, commercial service centers, and service markets). Assists with Loss Prevention investigations, restitution and administers Moore Form requests. Coordinates with vendors, brokers, and real estate department to ensure Certificates of Liability Insurance are current and valid based on contractual and lease agreement endorsement. Obtains and provides Certificates of Liability Insurance for various departments (e.g. commercial) when requested. Initiates the process of regulatory invoices for payment and distribution of corresponding permits/licenses. Maintains various regulatory spreadsheets (e.g. invoices, permits, product registrations). Assists with updating and distribution of hazardous materials business plans/inventory, permits, inspection follow-up, and may assist with state pesticide product registrations and renewals. Assists the Director of Safety/Regulatory Affairs and Vice President of Risk Management with additional projects as needed....

Operations Director V

PRIMARY PURPOSE: The Operations Director is responsible for maximizing the customers shopping experience and tenant sales by ensuring a clean, well maintained, safe, and friendly and aesthetically pleasing environment, and asset preservation and enhancement while ensuring implementation of all Simon standards. The Operations Director will oversee all operational functions, projects, construction, and contracted services at the center among other things. Therefore, the Operations Director oversees the onsite maintenance, grounds keeping and custodial teams. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful candidate?s responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: Develop 5-year capital plan to continue to maintain and enhance the property assets and execute against projected capital plans Oversees Preventative Maintenance of equipment and record keeping/related logs Ensures property safety systems are up to code, maintained and inspected Conduct daily walk-through?s of the property to ensure physical assets are in best possible operating condition. Respond rapidly to any operational issues uncovered in property inspections Assist in the management of procurement and application of all goods and services within annual CAM and Capital Expenditure budget Manage Property Operating expenses within or below budget levels. Effectively manage negative financial variances to overcome or minimize loss within Property Operating budget Conduct regular property inspections and assess the physical assets of the property. Prioritize capital projects to reflect critical needs and affordability Manage the work process for both capital projects and ongoing services ? including developing scope of work, request for proposal, evaluating contractor submissions/bids, developing service agreements, overseeing contracted work, work inspections, assuring project is completed in accordance with terms of service agreement and required documentation is delivered prior to project close-out and/or payment Manage preventative maintenance program and oversee any necessary repair or construction work to sustain a safe and reliable environment Manage relationships with third party contracted services providers and ensure adherence to Simon?s Purchasing Policy and Code of Business Conduct Co-manage Construction activities with the corporate Development team Maintain a safe environment through identification and elimination of any safely hazards to staff, tenants and customers. This includes the administration of all training and regulatory programs (OSHA, ADA, EPA etc) Lead maintenance staff in work assignments and training. Assist in maintenance staff performance reviews Ensure public safety, Center security and effective risk management Read and interpret engineering drawings and schematic diagrams Assist General Manager with maximizing margin of profit centers Performs Condition Assessments (either personally or with the assistance of consultants) to develop basis for long range capital plans and budgets Ensure information contained within the capital database is accurate, current and updated on a real time basis as changes occur Complete timely review and processing of vendor invoices, to ensure accurate services were provided prior to payment Knowledge of leases in order to determine financial responsibility of operational issues. Implement the energy plan communicated by General Manager for to minimize costs while maintaining a comfortable and safe shopping experience Prepare and oversee operational budgets and ensure all costs associated with property operations are managed with direct guidance and oversight Provide leadership and guidance to the Center staff in the area of operations and customer service as necessary Fulfill Manager-on-Duty rotation and manage day-to-day activities as necessary. Provide operations support as necessary for special events and holidays Contribute to the preparation and annual update of the Center?s five year strategic plan Complete required weekly, monthly and quarterly reports Assist the General Manager in the management of the Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan. Ensure all personnel are trained to function as an Emergency Task Force in Crisis Management response Oversee operations in a crisis situation ensuring the safety and security of all customers, tenants, guest and assets Resolve escalated customer complaints Work with security and local officials to plan and oversee a fire safety program. Establish strong relationships and may frequently interact with key civic leaders (Code Officials, Fire Safety, etc.) MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor?s degree or equivalent experience Minimum 5 years of prior Operations, Facilities or Property Management experience Working knowledge of maintenance and operational functions strongly preferred Ability to read and understand blue prints, CAD drawings and other schematics Good communication skills ? written and verbal Strong sense of customer service Solid People Leadership skills Meets commitments - produces accurate work Solution oriented and results driven A strong value system, unquestioned integrity and good listening skills Exercises good judgment skills Problem solver ? ability to identify problems and understand issues. Resolve issues proactively Super high energy and enthusiasm Basic to moderate computer skills (email, excel, word, online order systems etc.) Valid Driver?s License Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds...

Registered Nurse ? RN / Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN

See what it is like to work for a company that cares about its clients and its Registered Nurses ? RN / Licensed Practical Nurses - LPN. We believe that our employees are our greatest asset and we enjoy treating you like the hero you are. To learn more about this opportunity, please contact BAYADA Pediatrics today. Openings to work with an Infant in the New Milford, PA area:? Day shift on Saturdays and Sundays? Night Shift on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays Qualifications for RN / LPN:? A minimum of one year of nursing experience as a Registered Nurse - RN or Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN? A valid PA nursing license in good standing? Current CPR certification? Good organizational and communication skills? Infant / Pediatric Trach and Vent Experience Preferred Education:? Pediatric experience is helpful, but not a must? Excellent pediatric training is available Responsibilities for RN / LPN:? Assessments? Training and education of family members? Medication administration? Administration of prescribed treatments and therapies? Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team? Supply management? Emergency management BAYADA offers RNs / LPNs:? Competitive Wages ? Weekly Pay? Flexible scheduling to fit your lifestyle ? Short commute times ? we match you to cases near your home ? Positive Work Environment and the tools you need to do your job ? Paid training opportunities and Scholarship programs? A stable working environment ? we invest in our care team ? Paid Time Off? 401(k)? 24 / 7 on call clinical manager support? Health benefits (full time and part time) Founded in 1975 by J. Mark Baiada, BAYADA Home Health Care provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice, and assistive care services to children, adults, and seniors in the comfort of their homes. Headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, BAYADA employs more than 18,000 nurses, home health aides, therapists, medical social workers, and other home health care professionals who serve their communities in 25 states from more than 250 offices. For more information, visit www.bayada.com . BAYADA Home Health Care, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and qualified applicants will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status....

Registered Nurse - RN

If you enjoy caring for others, and believe our clients deserve to be cared for in the comfort of their own home, come join us. As a BAYADA Pediatrics Registered Nurse - RN , you will care for one client at a time while enjoying the 24-hour support of a strong pediatric nursing management team. We are in search of ambitious and reliable Registered Nurse RN to care for clients. We have current RN job openings for Registered Nurse RN in the following areas:? South Charlotte? West Charlotte? East Charlotte? North Charlotte Qualifications for Registered Nurse RN:? A minimum of one year of nursing experience as a Registered Nurse RN? A valid North Carolina nursing license in good standing? Current CPR certification? Good organizational and communication skills Education for Registered Nurse RN:? Pediatric experience is helpful, but not a must? Excellent pediatric training is available Responsibilities for Registered Nurse RN:? Assessments? Training and education of family members? Medication administration? Administration of prescribed treatments and therapies? Communication with other members of the patients' multidisciplinary team? Supply management? Emergency management BAYADA offers RNs:? Competitive Wages ? Weekly Pay? Flexible scheduling to fit your lifestyle ? Short commute times ? we match you to cases near your home ? Positive Work Environment and the tools you need to do your job ? Paid training opportunities and Scholarship programs? A stable working environment ? we invest in our care team ? Paid Time Off? 401(k) Founded in 1975 by J. Mark Baiada, BAYADA Home Health Care provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice, and assistive care services to children, adults, and seniors in the comfort of their homes. Headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, BAYADA employs more than 18,000 nurses, home health aides, therapists, medical social workers, and other home health care professionals who serve their communities in 25 states from more than 250 offices. For more information, visit www.bayada.com . BAYADA Home Health Care, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and qualified applicants will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status....

LPN ? Licensed Practical Nurse

If you enjoy caring for others, and believe our clients deserve to be cared for in the comfort of their own home, come join us. BAYADA Pediatrics of Boone is currently hiring a compassionate and energetic Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN to work with a client in the area. Please call Erika Shepherd at 828-264-0027 for more information. We look forward to hearing from you. We have current LPN job openings in the following areas:? West Jefferson? Boone? Spruce Pine? Newland Qualifications for LPN:? A minimum of one year of nursing experience as a Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN? A valid North Carolina (or compact state) nursing license in good standing? Current CPR certification? Good organizational and communication skills Education:? Pediatric experience is helpful, but not a must? Excellent pediatric training is available Responsibilities for LPN:? Assessments? Training and education of family members? Medication administration? Administration of prescribed treatments and therapies? Communication with other members of the patients' multidisciplinary team? Supply management? Emergency management BAYADA offers LPNs:? Competitive Wages ? Weekly Pay? Flexible scheduling to fit your lifestyle ? Short commute times ? we match you to cases near your home ? Positive Work Environment and the tools you need to do your job ? Paid training opportunities and Scholarship programs? A stable working environment ? we invest in our care team ? Paid Time Off? 401(k) Founded in 1975 by J. Mark Baiada, BAYADA Home Health Care provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice, and assistive care services to children, adults, and seniors in the comfort of their homes. Headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, BAYADA employs more than 18,000 nurses, home health aides, therapists, medical social workers, and other home health care professionals who serve their communities in 25 states from more than 250 offices. For more information, visit www.bayada.com . BAYADA Home Health Care, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and qualified applicants will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status....

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