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....

Director, Healthcare Emergency Management

The Role : Seeking a dynamic,collaborative, and passionate Director, Healthcare Emergency Management to leadall aspects of the organization?s emergency management program. The Director will develop and direct HealthEmergency Management program ensuring delivery of high quality products and servicesto healthcare clients which currently include skilled nursing facilities aswell as primary care networks. The Director will play a lead role in thedevelopment of new business opportunities that will support the organization?sgrowth. This is an exciting opportunity for a results-driven andentrepreneurial Emergency Management leader to play a significant role inhelping continue to fulfill its mission. The Director, Healthcare Emergency Management is a key member of PerformanceImprovement (PI) Practice and reports to the Managing Director, PerformanceImprovement. The incumbent will manage astaff of one Project Manager, six Associates/Interns and external consultants. KeyChallenges Manage working relationships with funders and stakeholders within city and state agencies, and organization and community partners on emergency management projects. Deliver high-impact emergency management products and services to clients, managing and leading program staff and diverse project teams. Establish the framework for new business development within and outside the Greater New York city area. Key Responsibilities Lead the design, development and delivery of the organization?s Emergency Management product/service offerings (both new and existing), including: project planning and management content design, development and delivery project team management product and service quality control and evaluation Supervise program staff by providing direction, input and feedback. Mentor and promote the professional development of program and project team members Manage client/external and internal team performance and dynamics, as appropriate Monitor and manage client relations. Provide regular reporting and updates to stakeholders Develop new initiatives to support the strategic direction of the program and implement short and long-term goals and objectives to achieve successful outcomes Partner with the Managing Director, PI and leadership on new business development activities including identification, cultivation, planning, proposal writing and contract negotiation Identify and evaluate risks associated with program activities and take appropriate action to control the risks Ensure program activities comply with all relevant legislation, professional standards and accreditations (e.g. CEUs), as applicable Measure quality and performance results of Healthcare Emergency Management programs Collaborate with Operations and Fiscal Management on project budgeting and financial management Partner with Marketing and Communications to increase and the program areas? visibility within the industry Coordinate the delivery of services with other programs to enhance client service and value...

Director, Public Safety and Emergency Management

Reporting to the Vice President for Student, the Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management provides leadership, management, and administrative oversight of all aspects of 1) the University public safety and security program; and 2) University?s emergency management procedures that the university can quickly execute in the event of an emergency or natural disaster. These responsibilities apply to the main campus and Orlando campus while reviewing other off-site locations to ensure a safe environment for University activities. The director works closely with a variety of university constituents as well as local, regional, state and federal public safety agencies to develop and implement comprehensive programs and services for the safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors. The Director represents the department in the local community and serves as a primary contact in forging partnerships and engaging stakeholders in strategies and initiatives that demonstrate a customer service philosophy and add value to the collegiate experience....

Project Manager: Business Continuity and Emergency Mgmt

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 25, 2015 Portland General Electric values the energy of teamwork, diversity, and innovation to provide our customers with safe and reliable power in a sustainable manner. As Oregon's largest provider of electric service, PGE is helping to shape Oregon's energy future. What is it like to work at PGE? Well, it's fun. It's challenging. It's enriching. And with the average employee spending nearly 14 years with us, we think you'll like it too. You'll work with talented coworkers in a supportive and results-oriented environment. Our progressive vision and commitment to excellence in our service and operations will keep you and your coworkers engaged and aimed towards excellence. Are you ready to be part of an essential, dynamic and motivating company? Join our team - apply for a position today. Project Manager Business Continuity and Emergency Management (R15-241) The Project Manager is highly experienced with a solid track record of successfully managing multiple company-wide initiatives. This role requires a deep project management skillset with Business Continuity and Emergency Management (BCEM) expertise. This position overseas all aspects of the project lifecycle using formal project management methodology and tools. Leads and provides facilitation of the design, development, implementation and updating of business continuity, emergency management, and tactical plans across the entire company. Responsible for ensuring policy and corporate wide business continuity emergency management functions are clearly established, integrated, coordinated and meet regulatory, industry and compliance standards. Supports business continuity risk and impact assessments. Coordinate equipment, exercise and training needs to ensure effective and efficient implementation of company operations during emergency events. This includes coordinating readiness of the Emergency Operations Center and back up site(s), Incident Command System response procedures and technology readiness with an operations focus. A Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 10 years of experience in project management - leading enterprise wide initiatives Solid project management, leadership and consulting skills including the demonstrated ability to manage multiple high-visibility projects as well as multi-discipline, multifunctional senior management team. Working knowledge of the Incident Command Structure (ICS), NIMS and related emergency management and business continuity response standards and procedures Experience and thorough knowledge of change management practices. Comprehensive knowledge of principles, procedures, regulations and techniques of business continuity, emergency management and disaster response. Ability to develop partnerships and build consensus between a diverse set of internal and external stakeholders and organizations. Expertise in reviewing, evaluating and analyzing policies, reports, and technical information. Experience with best practices, process improvement, and performance measurement techniques. Excellent computer skills including use of work processing, spreadsheet, project mapping and graphics presentation applications. Excellent interpersonal skills in group facilitation and team coordination. Excellent presentation, written and oral communication skills to convey complex information and issues to groups of varying backgrounds and disciplines. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with individuals and groups regarding complex or sensitive issues or regulations. Conducts activities in an ethical, professional and efficient manner respecting the confidentiality of vital records and sensitive personnel information. Physical ability to perform the essential job functions. Must have a valid driver's license and a history of safe driving practices. PGE is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. PGE will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law. To be considered for this position, please complete the following employment application by the deadline: https://PGN.igreentree.com/CSS_External/CSSPage_Referred.ASP?Req=R15-241. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 503-464-7250. Interested in the extras? PGE offers a range of competitive benefits including medical insurance, paid vacation, a company matching gift program, tuition reimbursement and retirement savings that includes a 401(k) plan with matching company contributions and a PGE stock purchase plan. Additionally, PGE provides robust on-the-job development and training opportunities, as well as incentives for meeting company goals and encouraging health, safety and community volunteerism. Assisting with storms or other Company emergencies is a part of all positions at Portland General Electric. Staffing Services Contact: Jane DeSimone 503-464-7250 S www.linkedin.com/in/janedesimone Connect with us on Twitter (twitter.com/PortlandGeneral) Facebook (facebook.com/portlandgeneralelectric) LinkedIn (linkedin.com/company/portlandgeneralelectric) THIS IS AN INTERNAL / EXTERNAL JOB POSTING...

Program Manager Emergency management-Security-Full time - San Antonio, TX

Serve in the role as Regional Emergency Preparedness and Hazard Materials Program Manager to include general administration in planning, coordinating, maintaining, and updating the CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health Care System (CSRHCS) Emergency Management and Haz-Mat Plans. Provides necessary project management and support for all safety, emergency preparedness and haz-mat sub-committee agenda items as needed or instructed. A. Work directly with the hospital education department to design, develop, coordinate and implement hospital-wide and site specific training regarding the CSRHCS Emergency Management and Haz-Mat Plans including input for educational tools such as: healthstream, safety fairs, in-services, training, etc. B. Orchestrate the execution of a minimum of two Hospital-wide Emergency Preparedness Drills per year, one of which must include a coordinated response with local emergency services. C. Orchestrate the execution of department/unit safety assessments annually for non-patient areas and bi-annually for clinical patient areas. D. Participate with internal and external task forces, committees, and agencies regarding emergency preparedness including those at the hospital, local, regional, and state levels. E. Investigate, research, and make recommendations regarding best practices with respect to safety, emergency preparedness and haz-mat. F. Responsible for ensuring that all Joint Commission (TJC) guidelines for the Environment of Care including NIMS requirements are communicated and met. G. Support the implementation and on-going education of the Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) throughout the organization, the key element of the CSRHCS Emergency Management Plan, including supporting the following responsibility areas: Security and Safety, Communications, Training, Operations, Logistics, Planning, Finance and Operations. H. Provide project management support for those committees responsible for developing specific needs associated with various emergency scenarios for external events (trauma, bio-terrorism, chemical, nuclear), and internal events (fire, weather, damaged utilities, etc.) and pediatrics. I. Chair the CSRHCS Emergency Preparedness and Haz-Mat committees. J. Attend other related sub-committee meetings; contributes ideas and monitors the planning process. Develop project plans and timelines for accomplishing outstanding tasks. Identify inconsistencies among plans and proposes corrective measures. K. Responsible for ensuring decontamination team is established and receives required training and certification at all CSRHCS facilities. L. Coordinate with applicable hospital departments and external regulatory agencies to ensure all required manifests are current and filed accordingly. M. Coordinate with appropriate departments to ensure all required communications tests are performed as scheduled and set-up accordingly in the Incident Command Center (ICC). N. Identify systems and operational problems and propose solutions. Work to build consensus when departmental response plans diverge. O. Develop an Annual Report on the Emergency Preparedness and Haz-Mat Plans, and present the annual report and program critiques to the Hospital Safety Committee as part of the Environment of Care standards. P. Work with the Director of Security, Compliance Officer and Trauma Coordinator for clinical input to ensure that all departments are provided information on TJC Emergency Preparedness and Haz-Mat and Environment of Care standards and monitor compliance to these standards. Investigate and research best practices with respect to emergency preparedness and Haz-mat, attend seminars, benchmark with other institutions and obtain resource material for review. Q. Establish/coordinate safety awareness programs to promote a system safety culture. R. Develop and maintain the CSRHCS Emergency Operations Management (External and Internal) Plan Manual/Hazardous Vulnerability Analysis (HVA) and (both hard copy and online), and ensure that an updated version is available annually, and the plan meets TJC standards. Whether your skills lie in patient care or administration and you prefer to work in not-for-profit health care, CHRISTUS Health facilities may have a career opportunity for you. CHRISTUS Health and our facilities are committed to being an equal opportunity employer as part of our on-going mission. It is the policy of CHRISTUS Health not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, gender, orientation, disability, age or national origin. CHRISTUS Health is committed to providing meaningful benefits for you and your family and to sharing with you the prosperity you help create. We support our health care teams with competitive compensation and an outstanding benefits package. Medical Health Coverage Prescription Drug Plan Dental Coverage Vision Coverage Long-Term Disability Group Term Life Accidental Death & Dismemberment...

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....

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR (Transit Services) BARTOW FL This position is recruited and staffed under FLS for one year. M u st have the physical, developmental and mental ability to perform job tasks, work efforts, responsibilities and duties of the job illustrated below: M AJOR FUNCTION Responsible for overseeing and coordinating the maintenance and repair of all vehicles assigned to Transit Services, including Winter Haven Area Transit buses. The Transit Service vehicles are stored and refueled in multiple locations. The repairs and routine maintenance is coordinated with Polk Count County Fleet Management or LAMTD, Citrus Connection and the Transportation Supervisor. ILLUSTRATIVE DUTIES Set up and maintain schedules for Bus Fleet Preventive Maintenance and cleaning. Coordinate movement of buses for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance between Winter Haven, Fleet Services Bartow or LAMTD Lakeland. Work closely with operations to resolve Operator complaints on equipment. Perform minor mechanical work/repairs as needed. Work may include but not be limited to the repair of lights, mirrors, battery replacement, windshield wiper/blades replacement, minor electrical problems, wheel chair lift and restraint devices and adjustment of fluid levels. Responsible for maintaining schedules for Preventive Maintenance Inspection, Cleaning and resolving operator reported complaints on equipment for urgent and unscheduled repairs. Maintain Daily Vehicle Availability/Status work sheet. Status update shall be provided to all concerned parties as updated. Work closely with the Transportation Management to ensure equipment requirements for service are met. Move Buses between locations as needed. Review and log operator Pre & Post Trip reports daily. Review and verify work orders, monthly report forms and information regarding mileage and billing costs for routine and non-routine equipment repair and/or maintenance services Provide training or instructions to operators and supervisors regarding operation of equipment, special features, general care and cleaning. Assist Transportation Management in ensuring a smooth running and efficient operation. Responsible for the successful integration of new vehicles into fleet for service. Assists in the process for disposal of vehicles. Perform other Duties as assigned. K NOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS Mechanical knowledge and skill in automotive or bus repair area equal to a service writer at a dealership. Knowledge of Polk County geographical area, ability to navigate the service area and between locations. Ability to diagnose small problems, quickly identify safety related problems and convey more technical problems to Maintenance personal. Knowledge of MS Excel and MS Word to an intermediate level. Ability to maintain spreadsheets for scheduling Preventive Maintenance Inspection, cleaning schedules, unscheduled repairs and status reports. Ability to read and understand work orders, parts and service manuals, service bulletins. Ability to follow oral and written instructions. Ability to agility to perform all task listed in all weather conditions. Ability to establish and maintain good positive working relationships. Ability to acquire a CDL Class B license and learn Defensive Driving Techniques. M INIMUM QUALIFICATIONS High School diploma or GED is required. A minimum of two (2) years experience working in the automotive field is required. Automotive Trade School experience is desired. Must possess a valid Florida drivers license and be able to secure a valid Florida CDL Class B license with Passenger and Air Brake Endorsements. Must be able to provide own hand tools. A comparable amount of related training and experience may be substituted for the minimum qualification S P ECIAL REQUIREMENTS The Transit Services Division is responsible for assisting in the Emergency Management Operations for Polk County in the event of an emergency. When circumstances warrant, such as a time of impending or declared disaster (i.e. hurricanes, tornados, flooding, etc.), the person filling this position will be expected to be available to participate in the Polk County Emergency Management Plan. This responsibility includes, but is not limited to, providing staffing coverage at various locations throughout Polk County, food and water distribution and/or any other duties which are deemed critical to assure the citizens of our County are provided with the necessary services during and after a disaster. The Emergency Management duties may require the employee to be away from their home and family for several consecutive days. Must have a home telephone at the time of employment and maintain during employment as employee is subject to call out. Location: Transit Services, Bartow FL Work schedule: Monday-Friday 6AM-6PM (flexible hours) Rate of Pay: $14.21 Closing-Pending-Will close without notice...

NETWORK CONSULTANT

NETWORK CONSULTANT ? ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS, MD The Select Group?s top client in the Aberdeen Proving Grounds area is looking for an experienced Network Consultant to join their team. Ideal candidates will have an Active Secret Clearance and strong communication skills. If you have a background in emergency management and can perform different responsibilities from an architect and managerial standpoint, please apply today!...

Project Manager

Dynamic organization in search of a Project Manager with 10-15 years of Project Management and experience in Disaster Recovery. As a Project Manager with this organization, you will manage multiple teams and oversee the development of technical documentation as well as implement business processes. As a Project Manager with this team you will be managing a team of 11 caseworkers whose primary focus will be on applicant communication. 10-15 years of Project Management experience, FEMA or CDBG experience, and Emergency Management experience preferred for this position as a Project Manager. Experience working with Federal or grant programs, experience working in construction management, as well as PMP strongly preferred for this Project Manager role. Apply today for this position as a Project Manager! Project Manager; FEMA; Disaster Recovery; Emergency Management; CDBG We are an equal employment opportunity employer and will consider all qualified candidates without regard to disability or protected veteran status....

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 -- 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 -- 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....

"Anticipated" Personal Computer Coordinator

POSITION: COMPUTER SERVICES COORDINATORor PERSONAL COMPUTER COORDINATOR REPORTS TO: ComputerServices Program Manager LOCATION: SchuylerCounty IT Department DESCRIPTION: Full-time position;typical work day 8:00 a.m. ? 4:30 p.m., 12 months per year The following work activities are listed as examplesonly and in no event shall an employee be limited to only those exampleslisted here: Develops and assists in the planning and implementation of counties technical networking systems, including all county departments and the Emergency Management /911 departments Knowledge, understanding of and ability to support and troubleshoot counties technical systems (servers, computers, telecommunications) Install, configure and set-up computers and technology systems In collaboration with County Administration and Department Heads, develop and coordinate the implementation of the organization?s technology planning process and strategic goals Prepares and submits required and appropriate reports Reviews and updates acquisition procedures and maintains an inventory of computer/technology related equipment Provide and present reports to County Administrators, Department Heads and Legislators Organizes training and awareness sessions on the use of software applications and hardware technology Assists in the integration of technology applications to the various county departments Coordinates with technical Staff, providing assistance and support on computer technologies & applications to all County departments Assists Emergency Management, 911 Center and Law enforcement departments with their unique technical needs, often times used in mobile settings Chairs technology committees Acts as the liaison between the County and the GST BOCES Computer Services Center for the effective implementation and support of technologies and support systems Other duties as assigned...

9-1-1 Call Taker - Police / Fire / EMS Dispatcher

Come to work for the best 9-1-1 Dispatch Center in Texas! The City of Plano, TX Public Safety Communications department is a state-of-the-art facility with a focus on technology, safety, and professionalism. We are accredited through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies and we are looking for new members of our team. We offer a competitive salary, a training program second-to-none, and the opportunity to help someone each and every day that you come to work! This job posting will be open through June 1st, 2015, but may close without notice if all positions are filled. Base starting salary is $17.11 per hour. All applications must be completed on-line at http://www.plano.gov/hr 9-1-1 Calltaker / Police / Fire / EMS Dispatcher Incumbents will initially be trained to answer incoming non-emergency and 9-1-1 calls for service. This includes accurately entering calls for service via a Computer Aided Dispatch system and being able to control stressful situations in a calm and concise manner while performing multiple tasks. Calltaker training also includes radio dispatching of Animal Services personnel and various other customer service oriented tasks. Additional training shall include being trained on at least two out of the three following radio dispatch disciplines: Police Dispatch, Fire Dispatch, Police Information Radio (NCIC), depending on department need and training schedule. Dispatch positions include, but are not limited to, all of the duties of Calltaker training, dispatching and maintaining accurate status of emergency responders, conducting computer searches through various local, state and national databases, initiating the City?s emergency warning system, and monitoring multiple radio channels. JOB DUTIES - Answers telephone calls made to 9-1-1 emergency and non-emergency phone lines to determine if the call requires Police, Fire, or other agency response. Provides appropriate information or assistance as required by the nature of the call. - Utilizes technical software applications for call answering, entering, assigning, and announcing via radio equipment. Utilizes mapping technologies from phone equipment and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) to ensure calls are entered timely and accurately. - Prioritizes and dispatches appropriate resources for police and fire operations. Refers reports and/or complaints to either agency by trunked radio or telephone. Provides supplemental information to police and fire staff as needed. - Maintains status of on-duty sworn and non-sworn staff from Police, Fire, criminal investigation, and CSI, using numerous radio talk groups. Monitors on-call lists throughout the city and makes appropriate notifications to off-duty and/or on-call staff as required. - Coordinates with other agencies, citizens, and businesses to gather information, make referrals, or dispatch assistance. Coordinates mutual aid requests as required and implements automatic assistance agreements with applicable agencies. - Documents updates and/or changes in the computer-aided dispatch system as required. - After EMD (Emergency Medical Dispatcher) certified, provides pre-arrival medical instructions to citizens on the telephone in life or death situations before paramedics arrive at the location; relays patient status as needed and/or relays advice among the caller and responding units per National Academy of Emergency Medical Dispatch NAEMD) protocols. - Conducts computer searches through local, state, and national databases for possible wanted persons or stolen property, and provides information to the requesting officer. Confirms stolen property or wanted/missing persons, enters data into TCIC/NCIC as requested, and sends and receives teletypes. Maintains the city?s court case database with updated records for arrests or credit card payments. - Compiles and enters data for various daily reports required by the department and records information in computer systems maintained for police and fire staff. Documents problems, changes form for input to data base, and ensures information is updated and equipment is properly working at all times. - Implements the emergency management procedures for Emergency Management and Homeland Security through the cable television network, and sets off emergency sirens for city disasters and/or tests for Emergency Broadcast System. Notifies persons/agencies appropriate for the situation using emergency notification systems. - Assists with training and/or crossing-training of other employees. - Monitors emergency equipment such as the radio alarms, crime fighting technologies, weather monitors, security cameras, and inter-city police/fire radio frequencies. - Performs duties required by accreditation process. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS - Working knowledge of data entry procedures, Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) methods, and knowledge of telephone skills as related to multi-function telephone system or PBX boards. - Related experience responding to emergency calls is preferred. - Effective verbal and written communication skills. - Ability to learn the practices and procedures used by the police and fire departments and to ascertain the differences between civil and criminal law. - Ability to effectively utilize maps and other resource materials. - Ability to effectively multi-task during high levels of activities and to control stressful emergency situations calmly and concisely. - Ability to acquire and maintain a working knowledge of city streets, geography, boundaries, thoroughfares, landmarks, businesses, and locations of police and fire stations and districts. - Ability to learn to accurately enter, retrieve, and compile data from a variety of databases. - Ability to type 3400 keystrokes per hour using computer/PC system utilizing Windows-based programs. - Ability to learn and effectively use multi-function telephone equipment and systems. - Must be able to make critical and expedient decisions within established guidelines. - Ability to successfully complete required training, to obtain required certifications, and to maintain required average compliance scores in key performance areas. CITY OF PLANO BENEFITS COMPENSATION - Competitive Compensation Plan - Annual Performance Reviews - Longevity Pay RETIREMENT BENEFITS - Employee and City contribution to the Texas Municipal Retirement System - City Contribution to a Retirement Security Plan - 20-year Retirement Regardless of Age MEDICAL INSURANCE BENEFITS - Comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Prescription Drug Benefits - Voluntary Vision Plan, Voluntary Hospital Gap Plan LIFE INSURANCE BENEFITS - City Provided Group Life Coverage and Optional Additional Life Insurance PAID LEAVE BENEFITS - Three Weeks Paid Vacation and Nine Paid City Holidays - Three Weeks Paid Sick Leave and Bereavement Leave - Military Leave and Administrative Absence with Pay OTHER BENEFITS - Deferred Compensation Program - Flexible Spending Account Program - College Tuition Reimbursement Program - Employee Assistance Program - Long Term Disability Insurance All applications must be completed on-line at http://www.plano.gov/hr Further details of City of Plano benefits can be found at http://www.plano.gov/hr THE CITY OF PLANO IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND AN ADVOCATE FOR WORKFORCE DIVERSITY...

Supervisor I

Peet?s Coffee and Tea ? Small batches, fresh beans, superior quality and a dark roast producing a coffee that is rich and complex. They remain true to the same principle of an unrelenting commitment to quality. Their goal is to continually strive to raise the bar for the American coffee industry, while always delivering a great tasting cup for those who truly love coffee ? for those whom a cup of coffee could only mean a cup of Peet?s. Job purpose The Supervisor I is in charge of their assigned concept on campus and the employees that work within. Manage general operations of the unit Make sure the store runs smoothly, cleanly and meets any budget or sales goals Plan and promote the daily schedule of employees Coordinate with and report to senior management Have customer service skills and able to handle a fast paced environment. Applies basic skills and may develop more advanced skills using equipment appropriate for the position Duties and responsibilities Client Relations Maintain client satisfaction at a level that ensures account retention. Elicit and listen to feedback from customers, including customer surveys. Safety Follow proper food handling procedures. Report work related accidents, or other injuries immediately upon occurrence to manager/supervisor. Follow company and department safety, security, and loss prevention policies and procedures to ensure a clean, safe, and secure environment. Use proper equipment, wear appropriate personal protective clothing (PPE), and employ correct lifting procedures, as necessary, to avoid injury. Follow all compliance programs (e.g., safety and fire, hazardous materials and waste program, emergency management program, utility management program, medical equipment management program, infection and control). Identify and correct unsafe work procedures or conditions and/or report them to management and security/safety personnel. Policies and Procedures Follow all federal, state, and local regulations, as well as Sodexo/client policies and procedures (e.g., Quality Assurance, Safety, Operations, Human Resources). Ensure uniform/dress code and personal appearance are clean, hygienic, professional and in compliance with company policies and procedures. Protect the privacy and security of customers and coworkers. Protect company tools, equipment, machines, or other assets in accordance with company policies and procedures. Communication Communicate with customers with a professional and polite demeanor. Talk with and listen to other employees to effectively exchange information using clear, appropriate and professional language. Provide assistance to coworkers, ensuring that they understand their tasks. Complete necessary paperwork and written reports. Working with Others Support all coworkers and treat them with dignity and respect. Handle sensitive issues with employees and/or customers with tact, respect, diplomacy, and confidentiality. Actively listen to and consider the concerns of other employees, responding appropriately and effectively. Develop and maintain positive and productive working relationships with other employees. Partner with and assist others to promote an environment of teamwork and achieve common goals. Assists in monitoring employee productivity and provides suggestions for increased service or productivity. Ensure staff is working together as a team to guarantee optimum service to customers. Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement Comply with quality assurance expectations and standards. Monitor the performance of others to ensure adherence to quality expectations and standards. Work with customer to ensure satisfaction in such areas as quality, service, and problem resolution. Operations Clean and maintain property and premises, ensuring all cleanliness standards are met. General Food Services Follows all Sodexo safety requirements within assigned area of responsibility, as well as all local, state, and federal regulations. Date, label, and rotate all items according to company standards. Store food following company cooking and storage temperature guidelines. Document any and all customer and employee incidents/accidents for management follow up. Report any employee, customer, and/or vendor incidents and accidents to management and Security at the time of the incident and/or accident. Ensure that coolers, freezers, bread drawers, and steamwells (e.g., gravy, soup) are set at the correct temperatures and labeled, and record equipment and food temperatures on HACCP chart. Maintain cleanliness of work areas and serving areas throughout the day, practicing clean-as-you-go procedures. Serves as a working lead supervisor coordinating activities of workers or service employees engaged in food operations 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. Working conditions Working conditions Work is performed in an area that is adequately lighted and ventilated. Physical requirements 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. Direct reports 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....

Clinical Systems Analyst - Lab Outreach

Our client is seeking 2 Clinical Systems Analysts ? Lab Outreach for FTE opportunities located in northern CA. Job Summary: The facilities Laboratory Systems & Services Clinical Systems Analyst for Outreach supports core functions of the hospital's clinical systems (primarily Epic) to enable cost-effective, high quality, efficient, and safe patient care. The focus of this position is implementation and support for the external laboratory interfaces (LabCorp, Quest, and others systems sources) and the associated tables, processes, laboratory data, and reports associated with the use of these interfaces. This position will install, configure, administer and support assigned interfaces, systems and processes with minimal guidance from senior members of the team. The ITS Laboratory Outreach Clinical Systems Analyst will have a good understanding of Epic modules; how they integrate with each other and other business and clinical systems; especially as relates to laboratory orders and results. Essential Functions: The essential functions listed are typical examples of work performed by positions in this job classification. They are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, tasks, and responsibilities. Employees may also perform other duties as assigned. 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. Must perform all duties and responsibilities in accordance with the Service Standards of the Hospital(s). Provides support and triages incidents and issues related to Epic Care modules associated with external laboratory interfaces and tables. Provides general support for laboratory outreach data to include interface monitoring, identification and scanning of missing data, and research of patient identification issues. Works with other team members to provide reports and statistics related to interface monitoring and other support activities. Assists in the implementation of medium complexity tools and workflows. Perform role of system architect or designer for small-sized projects. Works with various team members to document workflows. Assists IT Laboratory Outreach Lead and other team members in developing and maintaining requirements, specifications, and test cases for new or enhanced functionality related to laboratory outreach processes. Leads small to medium complexity enhancements for workflows. Leads test activities for small to medium complexity new implementation, enhancements or upgrades. Modify tables and master files as required. Implements changes using documented procedures that are compliant with hospital and departmental policies and procedures. Takes ownership of low to medium complexity issues and act as a liaison between client and other support staff to facilitate resolution. Participate in team and cross-team meetings and maintain appropriate meeting records. Provide ongoing troubleshooting, support, and maintenance of applications; including 24/7 on call coverage as required. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, protected veteran status or on the basis of disability. Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities as well as possession of any required licenses or certifications is qualifying. Education: Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience Epic certification in the relevant modules and/or other Epic modules is required (Orders, OTX, and/or Ambulatory preferred) Experience: Requires 3 or more years of IT professional experience (Healthcare preferred) Requires a minimum of 1 year of experience with EpicCare Ambulatory or other appropriate modules Prior clinical laboratory Epic use support experience preferred Prior implementation and/or support experience related to Epic use with LabCorp and/or Quest interfaces preferred Experience in building and support for Epic laboratory related EAP and LRR order/result tables and order transmittal rules preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: These are the observable and measurable attributes and skills required to perform successfully the essential functions of the job and are generally demonstrated through qualifying experience, education, or licensure/certification. Microsoft Office skills required Ability to diagnose and resolve routine technology problems Ability and desire to learn to resolve specialized and advanced technology problems Ability to establish a set of tasks and activities associated with an intended outcome and timeline Ability to take action consistent with available facts, constraints, and anticipated consequences Ability to use appropriate interpersonal skills to give information to and receive information from coworkers and clients in a tactfully and professional manner Ability to use effective approaches for choosing a course of action or developing appropriate solutions and/or reaching conclusions Ability to analyze data, draw conclusions and interpret results Ability to communicate concepts in elegant, concise, eloquent form to management and to cross-functional departments or teams verbally, in writing, and through pictures or diagrams when appropriate Knowledge of current issues and trends in health care and clinical operations in a health care system...

Supervisor I

. Keeping our convenient stores continually stocked for our customers is vital to the business. Some duties are as follows: Good interpersonal skills, able to perform moderate lifting, and to work at a steady pace to keep up with a large flow of customers. Receives, lifts, moves, stores, issues, counts, sorts, weighs and verifies items on requisitions or invoices. Fills orders, issues supplies from stock and rotates stock to insure freshness. Job purpose The Supervisor I is in charge of their assigned concept on campus and the employees that work within. Manage general operations of the unit Make sure the store runs smoothly, cleanly and meets any budget or sales goals Plan and promote the daily schedule of employees Coordinate with and report to senior management Have customer service skills and able to handle a fast paced environment. Applies basic skills and may develop more advanced skills using equipment appropriate for the position Duties and responsibilities Client Relations Maintain client satisfaction at a level that ensures account retention. Elicit and listen to feedback from customers, including customer surveys. Safety Follow proper food handling procedures. Report work related accidents, or other injuries immediately upon occurrence to manager/supervisor. Follow company and department safety, security, and loss prevention policies and procedures to ensure a clean, safe, and secure environment. Use proper equipment, wear appropriate personal protective clothing (PPE), and employ correct lifting procedures, as necessary, to avoid injury. Follow all compliance programs (e.g., safety and fire, hazardous materials and waste program, emergency management program, utility management program, medical equipment management program, infection and control). Identify and correct unsafe work procedures or conditions and/or report them to management and security/safety personnel. Policies and Procedures Follow all federal, state, and local regulations, as well as Sodexo/client policies and procedures (e.g., Quality Assurance, Safety, Operations, Human Resources). Ensure uniform/dress code and personal appearance are clean, hygienic, professional and in compliance with company policies and procedures. Protect the privacy and security of customers and coworkers. Protect company tools, equipment, machines, or other assets in accordance with company policies and procedures. Communication Communicate with customers with a professional and polite demeanor. Talk with and listen to other employees to effectively exchange information using clear, appropriate and professional language. Provide assistance to coworkers, ensuring that they understand their tasks. Complete necessary paperwork and written reports. Working with Others Support all coworkers and treat them with dignity and respect. Handle sensitive issues with employees and/or customers with tact, respect, diplomacy, and confidentiality. Actively listen to and consider the concerns of other employees, responding appropriately and effectively. Develop and maintain positive and productive working relationships with other employees. Partner with and assist others to promote an environment of teamwork and achieve common goals. Assists in monitoring employee productivity and provides suggestions for increased service or productivity. Ensure staff is working together as a team to guarantee optimum service to customers. Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement Comply with quality assurance expectations and standards. Monitor the performance of others to ensure adherence to quality expectations and standards. Work with customer to ensure satisfaction in such areas as quality, service, and problem resolution. Operations Clean and maintain property and premises, ensuring all cleanliness standards are met. General Food Services Follows all Sodexo safety requirements within assigned area of responsibility, as well as all local, state, and federal regulations. Date, label, and rotate all items according to company standards. Store food following company cooking and storage temperature guidelines. Document any and all customer and employee incidents/accidents for management follow up. Report any employee, customer, and/or vendor incidents and accidents to management and Security at the time of the incident and/or accident. Ensure that coolers, freezers, bread drawers, and steamwells (e.g., gravy, soup) are set at the correct temperatures and labeled, and record equipment and food temperatures on HACCP chart. Maintain cleanliness of work areas and serving areas throughout the day, practicing clean-as-you-go procedures. Serves as a working lead supervisor coordinating activities of workers or service employees engaged in food operations 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. Working conditions Working conditions Work is performed in an area that is adequately lighted and ventilated. Physical requirements 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. Direct reports 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....

Supervisor I

Subway is the world's largest submarine sandwich chain where the first store was opened in Bridgeport, Connecticut in August, 1965 by Fred DeLuca and Dr. Peter Buck. They look to offer quick, nutritious made-to-order meals and run on the importance of serving a well-made, high quality product, providing excellent customer service, and keeping operating costs low. Job purpose The Supervisor I is in charge of their assigned concept on campus and the employees that work within. Manage general operations of the unit Make sure the store runs smoothly, cleanly and meets any budget or sales goals Plan and promote the daily schedule of employees Coordinate with and report to senior management Have customer service skills and able to handle a fast paced environment. Applies basic skills and may develop more advanced skills using equipment appropriate for the position Duties and responsibilities Client Relations Maintain client satisfaction at a level that ensures account retention. Elicit and listen to feedback from customers, including customer surveys. Safety Follow proper food handling procedures. Report work related accidents, or other injuries immediately upon occurrence to manager/supervisor. Follow company and department safety, security, and loss prevention policies and procedures to ensure a clean, safe, and secure environment. Use proper equipment, wear appropriate personal protective clothing (PPE), and employ correct lifting procedures, as necessary, to avoid injury. Follow all compliance programs (e.g., safety and fire, hazardous materials and waste program, emergency management program, utility management program, medical equipment management program, infection and control). Identify and correct unsafe work procedures or conditions and/or report them to management and security/safety personnel. Policies and Procedures Follow all federal, state, and local regulations, as well as Sodexo/client policies and procedures (e.g., Quality Assurance, Safety, Operations, Human Resources). Ensure uniform/dress code and personal appearance are clean, hygienic, professional and in compliance with company policies and procedures. Protect the privacy and security of customers and coworkers. Protect company tools, equipment, machines, or other assets in accordance with company policies and procedures. Communication Communicate with customers with a professional and polite demeanor. Talk with and listen to other employees to effectively exchange information using clear, appropriate and professional language. Provide assistance to coworkers, ensuring that they understand their tasks. Complete necessary paperwork and written reports. Working with Others Support all coworkers and treat them with dignity and respect. Handle sensitive issues with employees and/or customers with tact, respect, diplomacy, and confidentiality. Actively listen to and consider the concerns of other employees, responding appropriately and effectively. Develop and maintain positive and productive working relationships with other employees. Partner with and assist others to promote an environment of teamwork and achieve common goals. Assists in monitoring employee productivity and provides suggestions for increased service or productivity. Ensure staff is working together as a team to guarantee optimum service to customers. Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement Comply with quality assurance expectations and standards. Monitor the performance of others to ensure adherence to quality expectations and standards. Work with customer to ensure satisfaction in such areas as quality, service, and problem resolution. Operations Clean and maintain property and premises, ensuring all cleanliness standards are met. General Food Services Follows all Sodexo safety requirements within assigned area of responsibility, as well as all local, state, and federal regulations. Date, label, and rotate all items according to company standards. Store food following company cooking and storage temperature guidelines. Document any and all customer and employee incidents/accidents for management follow up. Report any employee, customer, and/or vendor incidents and accidents to management and Security at the time of the incident and/or accident. Ensure that coolers, freezers, bread drawers, and steamwells (e.g., gravy, soup) are set at the correct temperatures and labeled, and record equipment and food temperatures on HACCP chart. Maintain cleanliness of work areas and serving areas throughout the day, practicing clean-as-you-go procedures. Serves as a working lead supervisor coordinating activities of workers or service employees engaged in food operations 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. Working conditions Working conditions Work is performed in an area that is adequately lighted and ventilated. Physical requirements 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. Direct reports 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....

Sr Manager, Facilities

About JLL JLL (NYSE: JLL) is a professional services and investment management firm offering specialized real estate services to clients seeking increased value by owning, occupying and investing in real estate. With annual fee revenue of $4.7 billion and gross revenue of $5.4 billion, JLL has more than 230 corporate offices, operates in 80 countries and has a global workforce of approximately 58,000. On behalf of its clients, the firm provides management and real estate outsourcing services for a property portfolio of 3.4 billion square feet, or 316 million square meters, and completed $118 billion in sales, acquisitions and finance transactions in 2014. Its investment management business, LaSalle Investment Management, has $53.6 billion of real estate assets under management. For further information, visit www.jll.com . General Description: Primary responsibility is to oversee efficient hospital facility operations and maintenance of all building systems in a specific geographical area. The Sr. Facility Manager is responsible for the supervision of multiple Facility Managers, Operations Managers and the portfolio of hospitals assigned to them. The Sr. Facility Manager will apprise the Facility Management Region Lead of any and all conditions affecting compliance with Environment of Care, Emergency Management and Life Safety, as well as budget variances. The specific areas of responsibility include but are not limited to; client services, staff supervision, budget management, compliance and area customer relationships. This person will assume the responsibilities of the Facility Management Region Lead for their respective portfolios, in their absence. Key Accountabilities: ? Client Relationship ? primary interface with the CEO?s and District client representatives and key stakeholders. Develop strong client relationships and ensure services are delivered with quality. ? Facility Management ? leadership of the Facilities Management team (including suppliers) and resources responsible for delivering facility operations, soft services and project management. Ensure proper operations, maintenance and technical support is provided to meet client needs. ? Organizational Leadership ? Ensure robust personnel management is provided including personnel development/training, performance management (IPMP), coaching and mentoring. Support a culture of diversity and inclusion to develop a high performing team that delivers superior client service. ? Strategic Planning ? create a Facility Management vision for the geographical area, develop an overall area work plan and oversee execution of the work plan to realize the vision. ? Budget ? manage area budget. Complete forecasts within budget accuracy guidelines. Understand and comply with expense and capital funding guidelines. ? Key Measures (CPI/KPI) ? responsible to ensure area meets/exceeds all performance measures for the account including Environment of Care, Emergency Management and Life Safety requirements. Responsible for holding Operations Management team accountable for meeting work order completion requirements. Position Specifications: ? Education ? Associate of Applied Science in a related engineering field, or one or more of the following: ? Certified Healthcare Facility Manager ? (CHFM) International Facility Management Association (IFMA), or Facility Management Professional ? (FMP) credential ? International Maintenance Institute (IMI) - Certified Maintenance Manager credential ? Building Owners & Management Association (BOMA) ? FMA Facility Management Administrator or SMA Systems Maintenance Administrator credential ? Association of Facility Engineers (AFE) ? CPE Certified Plant Engineer or CPMM Certified Plant Maintenance Manger credential ? High school diploma and a formal apprenticeship program plus two years documented advanced technical training in a different craft area from an accredited technical training school (i.e. HVAC or electrical systems). ? Job Experience - 10+ years of experience in Hospitals or Healthcare facility/plant engineering and maintenance supervision. ? Managerial experience required which includes a history of successful Budget Management, Contract Management, Business Planning and People Development. ? Personal characteristics ? Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to communicate well in both oral and written communications. ? Must be proficient in basic computer applications and software such as MS Office, Outlook E-Mail etc. ? Must have familiarity with a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS - preferably ?360 Facility") and Building Automation System (BAS - Siemens? Apogee, Johnson Metasys or Trane Tracer preferred). ? For internal candidates, must consistently receive a ?meets expectations" on their IPMP performance review....

Director of Plant Operations & Maintenance (West Texas Region)

We are looking for an experienced Director of Facilities for a healthcare facility in the West Texas Region. PRIO R LEADERSHIP EXPEREINCE IN A HOSPITAL PLANT OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE ENVIRONMENT IS REQURIED TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION DUTIES: This position is responsible for planning, organizing, supervising, coordinating and controlling the activities of the plant operations and maintenance functions which are necessary in maintaining the physical structures, HVAC, mechanical, electrical systems, utility systems and grounds of this facility in an operative and safe working condition. Maintaining performance improvement activities within the department and participates in CQI activities. Ensures competency of all staff. Maintaining efficient and effective department operation while requiring compliance with all regulatory agencies, state, federal and local regulatory laws, standards and protocols. This position is also responsible for The Joint Commission, Environment of Care and Life Safety standards Planning, organizing, directing, coordinating and controlling the activities of all Safety, Life Safety and Emergency Management programs in order to maintain a clean and safe environment for all patients, residents, visitors, and personnel. Vanguard Resources, Inc. is a facility management company that assist clients in various industries. Our purpose is to make a difference in the lives of our clients and that means we rely upon team members who share the same passion. If you are looking for an amazing career opportunity with world-class benefits, join the Vanguard team! Vanguard is committed to providing the best not only to our customers, but to our employees as well....

RN Emerg Dept

Job Description RN Emerg Dept(Job Number:26110-5492) Work Location: United States-Florida-Miami-Mercy Hospital Schedule: Part-time Description Mercy Hospital has been serving the healthcare needs of South Florida for over 60 years. As a comprehensive healthcare facility, Mercy offers a full range of services to the residents of Miami-Dade county and surrounding communities. A 473-bed acute care facility, Mercy Hospital is accredited by Joint Commission. Mercy is affiliated with over 700 physicians representing 27 medical specialties. Its Centers of Excellence include: The CyberKnife® Institute, The Heart Center, the Maternity and Women?s Health Center, the Miami Cancer Center, the Minimally Invasive Institute, the Orthopaedics Institute, and the Surgical Weight Loss Center. As Miami-Dade County?s only Catholic hospital, Mercy Hospital is sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Augustine, Florida and is affiliated with HCA East Florida Division, an HCA affiliate. Since its inception in 1950, Mercy Hospital has maintained its reputation for excellence while following the Catholic tradition of caring for God?s people and providing spiritual support. Mercy Hospital is dedicated to providing excellent medical care, while remaining true to its mission of caring for the physical and spiritual needs of all the people it serves. Mercy Hospital is a member of the nation?s leading provider of healthcare services, Hospital Corporation of America. HCA Ranks on Fortune?s list of Most Admired Companies for three consecutive years. In addition, HCA has also been named one of Ethisphere?s World?s Most Ethical Companies for five consecutive years. Join our tradition of excellence! Benefits: We offer a generous compensation package for Full-time and Part-time including: vacation, 401k, and Medical Insurance. Qualifications RN License. BLS Emergency Management Prioritization/Triage levels Basic Computer BLS/ACLS ED Throughput Triage/Assessment skills PI90407879...

Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Bilingual Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Nurse / Home Health / LPN / Licensed Practical Nurse / RN / Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses, if you want to apply your nursing skills in a pediatric or adult home care setting, PSA Healthcare has the perfect opportunity for you! PSA Healthcare is an innovative leader in pediatric and adult home health care, dedicated to providing the finest quality care within the setting that is the most familiar and comforting to children and adults - their own home. We are currently seeking experienced and compassionate Home Care Nurses to provide Private Duty nursing care for medically fragile children and adults. This is a perfect role for you if you have a background in and a passion for pediatrics or adult nursing. You will work on a per diem basis in personalized, one-on-one settings in the patient's home, caring for children and adults at all acuity levels and across a wide range of different population groups. We will provide you with plenty of support and resources to assist you , including our innovative real-time electronic charting system as well as some of the best and most thorough training in the industry. Work with a team of world-class clinicians and see the difference you make in the lives of children and adults each and every day. If this sounds like the kind of LPN or RN home care role that you have been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you. Contact us today ! Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN - Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing) Job Responsibilities As a Home Care Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This is a perfect opportunity for you to expand on any pediatric or adult home care experience that you may have while making a positive and much-needed difference in the lives of children and adults and their families. Your specific duties will tend to include the following: Assessments Medication administration Administration of prescribed treatment and therapies Care planning Communication with other members of the patients' multi-disciplinary team Supply management Emergency management Coordination of care Health promotion and teaching Training of family members Home Care Nurse - LPN Licensed Practical Nurse - RN Registered Nurse (Pediatric and Adult Nursing)...

Public Safety - Military Police / Law Enforcement / Firefighters

Some of the most rewarding and exciting careers in the country are performed by U.S. Army Soldiers. Whether it?s working with computers, assisting physicians or fixing helicopters, there?s an Army job that matches your interests. Discover more than 150 different careers you can train for that give you the skills and strength to succeed in the Army?and in life. PUBLIC SAFETY Public safety roles within the Army include law enforcement/security specialists, as well as on-base protection services. The key Public Safety careers in the Army are the Military Police Corps and Army Firefighters : Military Police Military Police help protect the lives and neighborhoods on Army installations by preventing crime, responding to emergencies, enforcing military laws and controlling traffic. Military Police also provide battlefield support by conducting Area Security, Internment/Resettlement, Maneuver and Mobility Support, Law & Order, and Police Intelligence Operations. As a member of the Military Police Corps, your duties may include: Law enforcement patrolling by car, boat, bicycle, and on foot Interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes Crime scene security and processing Evidence and fingerprint collection Arresting and charging criminal suspects Job training for Military Police requires 19 weeks of One Station Unit Training (OSUT), which includes Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training, and on-the-job instruction, including practice in police methods. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you?ll learn as part of the Military Police will help prepare you for a future with federal, state, county or city law enforcement agencies. Also, you may be eligible to pursue a career as a security guard with industrial firms, airports or other businesses and institutions. Firefighter Army Firefighters help protect people and properties on Army bases from fires by controlling and preventing them in buildings, aircraft and aboard ships. Firefighters also supervise or perform firefighting, rescue, salvage and fire protection operations. Your duties as an Army Firefighter may include: Performing rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft crash incidents, vehicle emergencies and natural cover fires Performing emergency response duties during hazardous materials incidents Inspecting aircraft, buildings and equipment for fire hazards Teach fire protection procedures Repair firefighting equipment and filling fire extinguishers Job training for Firefighters requires 9 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, including practice in fighting fires. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you'll learn as a Firefighter will help prepare you for a future with city or county fire departments, other government agencies or industrial firms where you'll be responsible for supervising firefighters, protecting life, safeguarding property and conducting rescue efforts. The training and salary you get just a few of the advantages you?ll gain as a Soldier. The Army also offers: Comprehensive health care (medical and dental) Generous vacation time (30 days annually) Retirement Savings Plan Family services and support groups Special pay for special duties Cash allowances to cover the cost of living You may also be eligible for: Enlistment bonuses totaling up to $40,000 Up to $81,756 for college Up to $65,000 to repay qualifying student loans Up to $4,500 a year tuition assistance while serving...

Public Safety - Military Police / Law Enforcement / Firefighters

Some of the most rewarding and exciting careers in the country are performed by U.S. Army Soldiers. Whether it?s working with computers, assisting physicians or fixing helicopters, there?s an Army job that matches your interests. Discover more than 150 different careers you can train for that give you the skills and strength to succeed in the Army?and in life. PUBLIC SAFETY Public safety roles within the Army include law enforcement/security specialists, as well as on-base protection services. The key Public Safety careers in the Army are the Military Police Corps and Army Firefighters : Military Police Military Police help protect the lives and neighborhoods on Army installations by preventing crime, responding to emergencies, enforcing military laws and controlling traffic. Military Police also provide battlefield support by conducting Area Security, Internment/Resettlement, Maneuver and Mobility Support, Law & Order, and Police Intelligence Operations. As a member of the Military Police Corps, your duties may include: Law enforcement patrolling by car, boat, bicycle, and on foot Interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes Crime scene security and processing Evidence and fingerprint collection Arresting and charging criminal suspects Job training for Military Police requires 19 weeks of One Station Unit Training (OSUT), which includes Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training, and on-the-job instruction, including practice in police methods. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you?ll learn as part of the Military Police will help prepare you for a future with federal, state, county or city law enforcement agencies. Also, you may be eligible to pursue a career as a security guard with industrial firms, airports or other businesses and institutions. Firefighter Army Firefighters help protect people and properties on Army bases from fires by controlling and preventing them in buildings, aircraft and aboard ships. Firefighters also supervise or perform firefighting, rescue, salvage and fire protection operations. Your duties as an Army Firefighter may include: Performing rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft crash incidents, vehicle emergencies and natural cover fires Performing emergency response duties during hazardous materials incidents Inspecting aircraft, buildings and equipment for fire hazards Teach fire protection procedures Repair firefighting equipment and filling fire extinguishers Job training for Firefighters requires 9 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, including practice in fighting fires. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you'll learn as a Firefighter will help prepare you for a future with city or county fire departments, other government agencies or industrial firms where you'll be responsible for supervising firefighters, protecting life, safeguarding property and conducting rescue efforts. The training and salary you get just a few of the advantages you?ll gain as a Soldier. The Army also offers: Comprehensive health care (medical and dental) Generous vacation time (30 days annually) Retirement Savings Plan Family services and support groups Special pay for special duties Cash allowances to cover the cost of living You may also be eligible for: Enlistment bonuses totaling up to $40,000 Up to $81,756 for college Up to $65,000 to repay qualifying student loans Up to $4,500 a year tuition assistance while serving...

Public Safety - Military Police / Law Enforcement / Firefighters

Some of the most rewarding and exciting careers in the country are performed by U.S. Army Soldiers. Whether it?s working with computers, assisting physicians or fixing helicopters, there?s an Army job that matches your interests. Discover more than 150 different careers you can train for that give you the skills and strength to succeed in the Army?and in life. PUBLIC SAFETY Public safety roles within the Army include law enforcement/security specialists, as well as on-base protection services. The key Public Safety careers in the Army are the Military Police Corps and Army Firefighters : Military Police Military Police help protect the lives and neighborhoods on Army installations by preventing crime, responding to emergencies, enforcing military laws and controlling traffic. Military Police also provide battlefield support by conducting Area Security, Internment/Resettlement, Maneuver and Mobility Support, Law & Order, and Police Intelligence Operations. As a member of the Military Police Corps, your duties may include: Law enforcement patrolling by car, boat, bicycle, and on foot Interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes Crime scene security and processing Evidence and fingerprint collection Arresting and charging criminal suspects Job training for Military Police requires 19 weeks of One Station Unit Training (OSUT), which includes Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training, and on-the-job instruction, including practice in police methods. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you?ll learn as part of the Military Police will help prepare you for a future with federal, state, county or city law enforcement agencies. Also, you may be eligible to pursue a career as a security guard with industrial firms, airports or other businesses and institutions. Firefighter Army Firefighters help protect people and properties on Army bases from fires by controlling and preventing them in buildings, aircraft and aboard ships. Firefighters also supervise or perform firefighting, rescue, salvage and fire protection operations. Your duties as an Army Firefighter may include: Performing rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft crash incidents, vehicle emergencies and natural cover fires Performing emergency response duties during hazardous materials incidents Inspecting aircraft, buildings and equipment for fire hazards Teach fire protection procedures Repair firefighting equipment and filling fire extinguishers Job training for Firefighters requires 9 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, including practice in fighting fires. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you'll learn as a Firefighter will help prepare you for a future with city or county fire departments, other government agencies or industrial firms where you'll be responsible for supervising firefighters, protecting life, safeguarding property and conducting rescue efforts. The training and salary you get just a few of the advantages you?ll gain as a Soldier. The Army also offers: Comprehensive health care (medical and dental) Generous vacation time (30 days annually) Retirement Savings Plan Family services and support groups Special pay for special duties Cash allowances to cover the cost of living You may also be eligible for: Enlistment bonuses totaling up to $40,000 Up to $81,756 for college Up to $65,000 to repay qualifying student loans Up to $4,500 a year tuition assistance while serving...

Public Safety - Military Police / Law Enforcement / Firefighters

Some of the most rewarding and exciting careers in the country are performed by U.S. Army Soldiers. Whether it?s working with computers, assisting physicians or fixing helicopters, there?s an Army job that matches your interests. Discover more than 150 different careers you can train for that give you the skills and strength to succeed in the Army?and in life. PUBLIC SAFETY Public safety roles within the Army include law enforcement/security specialists, as well as on-base protection services. The key Public Safety careers in the Army are the Military Police Corps and Army Firefighters : Military Police Military Police help protect the lives and neighborhoods on Army installations by preventing crime, responding to emergencies, enforcing military laws and controlling traffic. Military Police also provide battlefield support by conducting Area Security, Internment/Resettlement, Maneuver and Mobility Support, Law & Order, and Police Intelligence Operations. As a member of the Military Police Corps, your duties may include: Law enforcement patrolling by car, boat, bicycle, and on foot Interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes Crime scene security and processing Evidence and fingerprint collection Arresting and charging criminal suspects Job training for Military Police requires 19 weeks of One Station Unit Training (OSUT), which includes Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training, and on-the-job instruction, including practice in police methods. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you?ll learn as part of the Military Police will help prepare you for a future with federal, state, county or city law enforcement agencies. Also, you may be eligible to pursue a career as a security guard with industrial firms, airports or other businesses and institutions. Firefighter Army Firefighters help protect people and properties on Army bases from fires by controlling and preventing them in buildings, aircraft and aboard ships. Firefighters also supervise or perform firefighting, rescue, salvage and fire protection operations. Your duties as an Army Firefighter may include: Performing rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft crash incidents, vehicle emergencies and natural cover fires Performing emergency response duties during hazardous materials incidents Inspecting aircraft, buildings and equipment for fire hazards Teach fire protection procedures Repair firefighting equipment and filling fire extinguishers Job training for Firefighters requires 9 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, including practice in fighting fires. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you'll learn as a Firefighter will help prepare you for a future with city or county fire departments, other government agencies or industrial firms where you'll be responsible for supervising firefighters, protecting life, safeguarding property and conducting rescue efforts. The training and salary you get just a few of the advantages you?ll gain as a Soldier. The Army also offers: Comprehensive health care (medical and dental) Generous vacation time (30 days annually) Retirement Savings Plan Family services and support groups Special pay for special duties Cash allowances to cover the cost of living You may also be eligible for: Enlistment bonuses totaling up to $40,000 Up to $81,756 for college Up to $65,000 to repay qualifying student loans Up to $4,500 a year tuition assistance while serving...

Public Safety - Military Police / Law Enforcement / Firefighters

Some of the most rewarding and exciting careers in the country are performed by U.S. Army Soldiers. Whether it?s working with computers, assisting physicians or fixing helicopters, there?s an Army job that matches your interests. Discover more than 150 different careers you can train for that give you the skills and strength to succeed in the Army?and in life. PUBLIC SAFETY Public safety roles within the Army include law enforcement/security specialists, as well as on-base protection services. The key Public Safety careers in the Army are the Military Police Corps and Army Firefighters : Military Police Military Police help protect the lives and neighborhoods on Army installations by preventing crime, responding to emergencies, enforcing military laws and controlling traffic. Military Police also provide battlefield support by conducting Area Security, Internment/Resettlement, Maneuver and Mobility Support, Law & Order, and Police Intelligence Operations. As a member of the Military Police Corps, your duties may include: Law enforcement patrolling by car, boat, bicycle, and on foot Interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes Crime scene security and processing Evidence and fingerprint collection Arresting and charging criminal suspects Job training for Military Police requires 19 weeks of One Station Unit Training (OSUT), which includes Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training, and on-the-job instruction, including practice in police methods. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you?ll learn as part of the Military Police will help prepare you for a future with federal, state, county or city law enforcement agencies. Also, you may be eligible to pursue a career as a security guard with industrial firms, airports or other businesses and institutions. Firefighter Army Firefighters help protect people and properties on Army bases from fires by controlling and preventing them in buildings, aircraft and aboard ships. Firefighters also supervise or perform firefighting, rescue, salvage and fire protection operations. Your duties as an Army Firefighter may include: Performing rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft crash incidents, vehicle emergencies and natural cover fires Performing emergency response duties during hazardous materials incidents Inspecting aircraft, buildings and equipment for fire hazards Teach fire protection procedures Repair firefighting equipment and filling fire extinguishers Job training for Firefighters requires 9 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, including practice in fighting fires. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you'll learn as a Firefighter will help prepare you for a future with city or county fire departments, other government agencies or industrial firms where you'll be responsible for supervising firefighters, protecting life, safeguarding property and conducting rescue efforts. The training and salary you get just a few of the advantages you?ll gain as a Soldier. The Army also offers: Comprehensive health care (medical and dental) Generous vacation time (30 days annually) Retirement Savings Plan Family services and support groups Special pay for special duties Cash allowances to cover the cost of living You may also be eligible for: Enlistment bonuses totaling up to $40,000 Up to $81,756 for college Up to $65,000 to repay qualifying student loans Up to $4,500 a year tuition assistance while serving...

Public Safety - Military Police / Law Enforcement / Firefighters

Some of the most rewarding and exciting careers in the country are performed by U.S. Army Soldiers. Whether it?s working with computers, assisting physicians or fixing helicopters, there?s an Army job that matches your interests. Discover more than 150 different careers you can train for that give you the skills and strength to succeed in the Army?and in life. PUBLIC SAFETY Public safety roles within the Army include law enforcement/security specialists, as well as on-base protection services. The key Public Safety careers in the Army are the Military Police Corps and Army Firefighters : Military Police Military Police help protect the lives and neighborhoods on Army installations by preventing crime, responding to emergencies, enforcing military laws and controlling traffic. Military Police also provide battlefield support by conducting Area Security, Internment/Resettlement, Maneuver and Mobility Support, Law & Order, and Police Intelligence Operations. As a member of the Military Police Corps, your duties may include: Law enforcement patrolling by car, boat, bicycle, and on foot Interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes Crime scene security and processing Evidence and fingerprint collection Arresting and charging criminal suspects Job training for Military Police requires 19 weeks of One Station Unit Training (OSUT), which includes Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training, and on-the-job instruction, including practice in police methods. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you?ll learn as part of the Military Police will help prepare you for a future with federal, state, county or city law enforcement agencies. Also, you may be eligible to pursue a career as a security guard with industrial firms, airports or other businesses and institutions. Firefighter Army Firefighters help protect people and properties on Army bases from fires by controlling and preventing them in buildings, aircraft and aboard ships. Firefighters also supervise or perform firefighting, rescue, salvage and fire protection operations. Your duties as an Army Firefighter may include: Performing rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft crash incidents, vehicle emergencies and natural cover fires Performing emergency response duties during hazardous materials incidents Inspecting aircraft, buildings and equipment for fire hazards Teach fire protection procedures Repair firefighting equipment and filling fire extinguishers Job training for Firefighters requires 9 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, including practice in fighting fires. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you'll learn as a Firefighter will help prepare you for a future with city or county fire departments, other government agencies or industrial firms where you'll be responsible for supervising firefighters, protecting life, safeguarding property and conducting rescue efforts. The training and salary you get just a few of the advantages you?ll gain as a Soldier. The Army also offers: Comprehensive health care (medical and dental) Generous vacation time (30 days annually) Retirement Savings Plan Family services and support groups Special pay for special duties Cash allowances to cover the cost of living You may also be eligible for: Enlistment bonuses totaling up to $40,000 Up to $81,756 for college Up to $65,000 to repay qualifying student loans Up to $4,500 a year tuition assistance while serving...

Public Safety - Military Police / Law Enforcement / Firefighters

Some of the most rewarding and exciting careers in the country are performed by U.S. Army Soldiers. Whether it?s working with computers, assisting physicians or fixing helicopters, there?s an Army job that matches your interests. Discover more than 150 different careers you can train for that give you the skills and strength to succeed in the Army?and in life. PUBLIC SAFETY Public safety roles within the Army include law enforcement/security specialists, as well as on-base protection services. The key Public Safety careers in the Army are the Military Police Corps and Army Firefighters : Military Police Military Police help protect the lives and neighborhoods on Army installations by preventing crime, responding to emergencies, enforcing military laws and controlling traffic. Military Police also provide battlefield support by conducting Area Security, Internment/Resettlement, Maneuver and Mobility Support, Law & Order, and Police Intelligence Operations. As a member of the Military Police Corps, your duties may include: Law enforcement patrolling by car, boat, bicycle, and on foot Interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes Crime scene security and processing Evidence and fingerprint collection Arresting and charging criminal suspects Job training for Military Police requires 19 weeks of One Station Unit Training (OSUT), which includes Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training, and on-the-job instruction, including practice in police methods. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you?ll learn as part of the Military Police will help prepare you for a future with federal, state, county or city law enforcement agencies. Also, you may be eligible to pursue a career as a security guard with industrial firms, airports or other businesses and institutions. Firefighter Army Firefighters help protect people and properties on Army bases from fires by controlling and preventing them in buildings, aircraft and aboard ships. Firefighters also supervise or perform firefighting, rescue, salvage and fire protection operations. Your duties as an Army Firefighter may include: Performing rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft crash incidents, vehicle emergencies and natural cover fires Performing emergency response duties during hazardous materials incidents Inspecting aircraft, buildings and equipment for fire hazards Teach fire protection procedures Repair firefighting equipment and filling fire extinguishers Job training for Firefighters requires 9 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, including practice in fighting fires. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you'll learn as a Firefighter will help prepare you for a future with city or county fire departments, other government agencies or industrial firms where you'll be responsible for supervising firefighters, protecting life, safeguarding property and conducting rescue efforts. The training and salary you get just a few of the advantages you?ll gain as a Soldier. The Army also offers: Comprehensive health care (medical and dental) Generous vacation time (30 days annually) Retirement Savings Plan Family services and support groups Special pay for special duties Cash allowances to cover the cost of living You may also be eligible for: Enlistment bonuses totaling up to $40,000 Up to $81,756 for college Up to $65,000 to repay qualifying student loans Up to $4,500 a year tuition assistance while serving...

Public Safety - Military Police / Law Enforcement / Firefighters

Some of the most rewarding and exciting careers in the country are performed by U.S. Army Soldiers. Whether it?s working with computers, assisting physicians or fixing helicopters, there?s an Army job that matches your interests. Discover more than 150 different careers you can train for that give you the skills and strength to succeed in the Army?and in life. PUBLIC SAFETY Public safety roles within the Army include law enforcement/security specialists, as well as on-base protection services. The key Public Safety careers in the Army are the Military Police Corps and Army Firefighters : Military Police Military Police help protect the lives and neighborhoods on Army installations by preventing crime, responding to emergencies, enforcing military laws and controlling traffic. Military Police also provide battlefield support by conducting Area Security, Internment/Resettlement, Maneuver and Mobility Support, Law & Order, and Police Intelligence Operations. As a member of the Military Police Corps, your duties may include: Law enforcement patrolling by car, boat, bicycle, and on foot Interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes Crime scene security and processing Evidence and fingerprint collection Arresting and charging criminal suspects Job training for Military Police requires 19 weeks of One Station Unit Training (OSUT), which includes Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training, and on-the-job instruction, including practice in police methods. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you?ll learn as part of the Military Police will help prepare you for a future with federal, state, county or city law enforcement agencies. Also, you may be eligible to pursue a career as a security guard with industrial firms, airports or other businesses and institutions. Firefighter Army Firefighters help protect people and properties on Army bases from fires by controlling and preventing them in buildings, aircraft and aboard ships. Firefighters also supervise or perform firefighting, rescue, salvage and fire protection operations. Your duties as an Army Firefighter may include: Performing rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft crash incidents, vehicle emergencies and natural cover fires Performing emergency response duties during hazardous materials incidents Inspecting aircraft, buildings and equipment for fire hazards Teach fire protection procedures Repair firefighting equipment and filling fire extinguishers Job training for Firefighters requires 9 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, including practice in fighting fires. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you'll learn as a Firefighter will help prepare you for a future with city or county fire departments, other government agencies or industrial firms where you'll be responsible for supervising firefighters, protecting life, safeguarding property and conducting rescue efforts. The training and salary you get just a few of the advantages you?ll gain as a Soldier. The Army also offers: Comprehensive health care (medical and dental) Generous vacation time (30 days annually) Retirement Savings Plan Family services and support groups Special pay for special duties Cash allowances to cover the cost of living You may also be eligible for: Enlistment bonuses totaling up to $40,000 Up to $81,756 for college Up to $65,000 to repay qualifying student loans Up to $4,500 a year tuition assistance while serving...

Public Safety - Military Police / Law Enforcement / Firefighters

Some of the most rewarding and exciting careers in the country are performed by U.S. Army Soldiers. Whether it?s working with computers, assisting physicians or fixing helicopters, there?s an Army job that matches your interests. Discover more than 150 different careers you can train for that give you the skills and strength to succeed in the Army?and in life. PUBLIC SAFETY Public safety roles within the Army include law enforcement/security specialists, as well as on-base protection services. The key Public Safety careers in the Army are the Military Police Corps and Army Firefighters : Military Police Military Police help protect the lives and neighborhoods on Army installations by preventing crime, responding to emergencies, enforcing military laws and controlling traffic. Military Police also provide battlefield support by conducting Area Security, Internment/Resettlement, Maneuver and Mobility Support, Law & Order, and Police Intelligence Operations. As a member of the Military Police Corps, your duties may include: Law enforcement patrolling by car, boat, bicycle, and on foot Interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects in the course of investigating crimes Crime scene security and processing Evidence and fingerprint collection Arresting and charging criminal suspects Job training for Military Police requires 19 weeks of One Station Unit Training (OSUT), which includes Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training, and on-the-job instruction, including practice in police methods. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you?ll learn as part of the Military Police will help prepare you for a future with federal, state, county or city law enforcement agencies. Also, you may be eligible to pursue a career as a security guard with industrial firms, airports or other businesses and institutions. Firefighter Army Firefighters help protect people and properties on Army bases from fires by controlling and preventing them in buildings, aircraft and aboard ships. Firefighters also supervise or perform firefighting, rescue, salvage and fire protection operations. Your duties as an Army Firefighter may include: Performing rescue and firefighting operations during structural fires, aircraft crash incidents, vehicle emergencies and natural cover fires Performing emergency response duties during hazardous materials incidents Inspecting aircraft, buildings and equipment for fire hazards Teach fire protection procedures Repair firefighting equipment and filling fire extinguishers Job training for Firefighters requires 9 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, including practice in fighting fires. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Civilian related jobs The skills you'll learn as a Firefighter will help prepare you for a future with city or county fire departments, other government agencies or industrial firms where you'll be responsible for supervising firefighters, protecting life, safeguarding property and conducting rescue efforts. The training and salary you get just a few of the advantages you?ll gain as a Soldier. The Army also offers: Comprehensive health care (medical and dental) Generous vacation time (30 days annually) Retirement Savings Plan Family services and support groups Special pay for special duties Cash allowances to cover the cost of living You may also be eligible for: Enlistment bonuses totaling up to $40,000 Up to $81,756 for college Up to $65,000 to repay qualifying student loans Up to $4,500 a year tuition assistance while serving...

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