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    At Integrity Express Logistics it is our overall mission to live up to our company name. We are a family-owned business with over 30 years of logistics experience. We earn our customer’s trust through innovative technology and operational efficiency to customize logistics solutions. We focus on customer relations and hiring the most reliable and driven employees. Together this formula has carried Integrity to where we are today.We are seeking a service-minded Sales Account Executive (aka Logistics Account Executive / LAE) to serve as a liaison between our customers and carriers. The Logistics Account Executive will report to the Sales Engagement Manager. In this position, your responsibilities would include securing new accounts, negotiating contracts and communicating with dispatchers, drivers and customers. To be successful as an LAE you must be entrepreneurial, tenacious, organized and highly motivated.As an LAE at Integrity you will:Make prospecting calls to provide logistics solutions for your future clientsDevelop and maintain relationships with customers resulting in residual businessNegotiate rates and bid on future businessEnsure timely pick up and delivery of goods by making dispatch and check callsCollect and file necessary paperwork for timely paymentPerform various account management tasks such as load building, appointment scheduling, phone management and email correspondenceWhat We Offer You:Unlimited Earning Potential! Competitive base pay, bonuses and some of the highest commissions in our industryGrowth! We promote our sales managers from withinA stable and essential industry to build your businessComprehensive benefits package that starts shortly after you do. Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Company Matched 401k, Pet Insurance, Legal, a generous Employee Referral Program and moreTuition reimbursement and student loan repayment assistanceTraining with industry experts in the classroom plus a mentorship program on the sales floorSupportive and team-centered work environmentOne of the fastest growing logistics companies in the country with opportunities for career growth and/or relocationSales competitions (prizes include cash, televisions, apparel and more!)Team outings, catered lunches and family friendly eventsLaid-back dress code and an enjoyable “Best Place to Work” atmosphereWhat You Offer Us:Concentrated work ethic, problem solving skills and a strong attention to detailAbility to thrive in a fast-paced ever-changing settingSelf-motivation and keen negotiation skillsA positive attitude and the ability to communicate effectivelyHigh school graduate or equivalentProficiency in keyboarding and ability to maintain the technical knowledge necessary to perform the job effectively, specifically Microsoft Office productsPhone sales experience is preferred, but not requiredAt IEL, we are committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all persons, regardless of age, ancestry, color, religious creed (including religious dress or grooming practice), family and medical care leave status, disability (mental and physical) including HIV and AIDS, marital status, medical condition (including cancer and genetic characteristics), genetic information, military status, protected veteran status, status as a victim of domestic violence or stalking, familiar status, national origin, race, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or related medical condition, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation and or any other category protected by law.Your Road to Success Starts Here. Apply Today!

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    Panoramic HealthCome Join our team!!Are you ready to join a diverse, high-energy, fast-growing healthcare company? Join Panoramic Health! We are looking for an experienced Certified Medical Assistant – Care Coordinator.Who We Are and Why We’re DifferentAt Panoramic Health, our priority is healthy patients. We deliver better outcomes for patients and lower costs for everyone. We are the only value-based kidney care platform led by physicians, which uniquely qualifies us to care for patients holistically. We keep patients healthier longer at home and out of the hospital. Our mission is to improve outcomes for patients by slowing disease progression and improving quality of life. We do this by putting nephrologists at the center of care and continuing to build on our data, analytics, and deep understanding of kidney care.Role SummaryThe Patient Care Coordinator’s primary responsibilities center around establishing trusting, supportive, collaborative relationships with patients and their families assisting them with enrollment and education of the Circle of Care plan in order to attempt to slow down the progression of chronic kidney disease and help prevent hospitalizations. CMA Care Coordinators work alongside physicians, advance practice providers, and other nephrology care team members in a collaborative, empathetic fashion to build these patient relationships. Certified Medical Assistant Care Coordinators drive communication with the entire care team to facilitate and organize appropriate patient education, nutrition, vascular access, and transplant referrals. Our Certified Medical Assistant Care Coordinators are highly valued in our organization, as they are the heart and glue at the core of our success!Responsibilities Patient enrollment into the Circle of Care Program. Educate the patient regarding the benefits of the program. Develop realistic goals for the patient to succeed in and monitoring them. Create, review, and revise the nephrology patient’s plan of care. Documentation of the patient’s lab values, vitals, blood results, diet/nutrition, etc. Facilitate customized care plans and guidelines for managing chronic conditions. Oversee patients progress with care plan goals acting as a patient advocate and information resource. Provide patients with education on chronic kidney disease (CKD) and other related illnesses. Outline a plan for healthy lifestyle choices and healthy behaviors important for optimal CKD management including, blood pressure and blood sugar control, weight management and appropriate exercise, smoking cessation, medication management, nutrition modifications, and compliance with medical appointments. Apply principles of personalized chronic care management, shared decision making and patient coaching. Daily review of hospital discharges to ensure new and established patients are scheduled for follow-up appointments.Qualifications Completion of an accredited Medical Assistant program At least (2) two years of relevant medical assistant experience in a physician clinic with broad understanding of physician clinic operations. Software Proficient in Internet Navigation, Microsoft Word, Outlook, EHR/EMR, (AthenaNet preferred) Nephrology clinic or dialysis experience (preferred) Comply with all HIPAA, OSHA, Compliance, and IT standards and policies.Benefits: Health Insurance Dental insurance Vision insurance Life insurance Disability insurance Paid time off 401K#INDSJWe are an equal opportunity employer.For information about our Privacy Policy, please visit https://panoramichealth.Com/privacy-policy/

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    Panoramic HealthCome Join our team!!Are you ready to join a diverse, high-energy, fast-growing healthcare company? Join Panoramic Health! We are looking for an experienced Certified Medical Assistant – Care Coordinator.Who We Are and Why We’re DifferentAt Panoramic Health, our priority is healthy patients. We deliver better outcomes for patients and lower costs for everyone. We are the only value-based kidney care platform led by physicians, which uniquely qualifies us to care for patients holistically. We keep patients healthier longer at home and out of the hospital. Our mission is to improve outcomes for patients by slowing disease progression and improving quality of life. We do this by putting nephrologists at the center of care and continuing to build on our data, analytics, and deep understanding of kidney care.Role SummaryThe Patient Care Coordinator’s primary responsibilities center around establishing trusting, supportive, collaborative relationships with patients and their families assisting them with enrollment and education of the Circle of Care plan in order to attempt to slow down the progression of chronic kidney disease and help prevent hospitalizations. CMA Care Coordinators work alongside physicians, advance practice providers, and other nephrology care team members in a collaborative, empathetic fashion to build these patient relationships. Certified Medical Assistant Care Coordinators drive communication with the entire care team to facilitate and organize appropriate patient education, nutrition, vascular access, and transplant referrals. Our Certified Medical Assistant Care Coordinators are highly valued in our organization, as they are the heart and glue at the core of our success!Responsibilities Patient enrollment into the Circle of Care Program. Educate the patient regarding the benefits of the program. Develop realistic goals for the patient to succeed in and monitoring them. Create, review, and revise the nephrology patient’s plan of care. Documentation of the patient’s lab values, vitals, blood results, diet/nutrition, etc. Facilitate customized care plans and guidelines for managing chronic conditions. Oversee patients progress with care plan goals acting as a patient advocate and information resource. Provide patients with education on chronic kidney disease (CKD) and other related illnesses. Outline a plan for healthy lifestyle choices and healthy behaviors important for optimal CKD management including, blood pressure and blood sugar control, weight management and appropriate exercise, smoking cessation, medication management, nutrition modifications, and compliance with medical appointments. Apply principles of personalized chronic care management, shared decision making and patient coaching. Daily review of hospital discharges to ensure new and established patients are scheduled for follow-up appointments.Qualifications Completion of an accredited Medical Assistant program At least (2) two years of relevant medical assistant experience in a physician clinic with broad understanding of physician clinic operations. Software Proficient in Internet Navigation, Microsoft Word, Outlook, EHR/EMR, (AthenaNet preferred) Nephrology clinic or dialysis experience (preferred) Comply with all HIPAA, OSHA, Compliance, and IT standards and policies.Benefits: Health Insurance Dental insurance Vision insurance Life insurance Disability insurance Paid time off 401K#INDSJWe are an equal opportunity employer.For information about our Privacy Policy, please visit https://panoramichealth.Com/privacy-policy/

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    Panoramic HealthCome Join our team!!Are you ready to join a diverse, high-energy, fast-growing healthcare company? Join Panoramic Health! We are looking for an experienced Certified Medical Assistant – Care Coordinator.Who We Are and Why We’re DifferentAt Panoramic Health, our priority is healthy patients. We deliver better outcomes for patients and lower costs for everyone. We are the only value-based kidney care platform led by physicians, which uniquely qualifies us to care for patients holistically. We keep patients healthier longer at home and out of the hospital. Our mission is to improve outcomes for patients by slowing disease progression and improving quality of life. We do this by putting nephrologists at the center of care and continuing to build on our data, analytics, and deep understanding of kidney care.Role SummaryThe Patient Care Coordinator’s primary responsibilities center around establishing trusting, supportive, collaborative relationships with patients and their families assisting them with enrollment and education of the Circle of Care plan in order to attempt to slow down the progression of chronic kidney disease and help prevent hospitalizations. CMA Care Coordinators work alongside physicians, advance practice providers, and other nephrology care team members in a collaborative, empathetic fashion to build these patient relationships. Certified Medical Assistant Care Coordinators drive communication with the entire care team to facilitate and organize appropriate patient education, nutrition, vascular access, and transplant referrals. Our Certified Medical Assistant Care Coordinators are highly valued in our organization, as they are the heart and glue at the core of our success!Responsibilities Patient enrollment into the Circle of Care Program. Educate the patient regarding the benefits of the program. Develop realistic goals for the patient to succeed in and monitoring them. Create, review, and revise the nephrology patient’s plan of care. Documentation of the patient’s lab values, vitals, blood results, diet/nutrition, etc. Facilitate customized care plans and guidelines for managing chronic conditions. Oversee patients progress with care plan goals acting as a patient advocate and information resource. Provide patients with education on chronic kidney disease (CKD) and other related illnesses. Outline a plan for healthy lifestyle choices and healthy behaviors important for optimal CKD management including, blood pressure and blood sugar control, weight management and appropriate exercise, smoking cessation, medication management, nutrition modifications, and compliance with medical appointments. Apply principles of personalized chronic care management, shared decision making and patient coaching. Daily review of hospital discharges to ensure new and established patients are scheduled for follow-up appointments.Qualifications Completion of an accredited Medical Assistant program At least (2) two years of relevant medical assistant experience in a physician clinic with broad understanding of physician clinic operations. Software Proficient in Internet Navigation, Microsoft Word, Outlook, EHR/EMR, (AthenaNet preferred) Nephrology clinic or dialysis experience (preferred) Comply with all HIPAA, OSHA, Compliance, and IT standards and policies.Benefits: Health Insurance Dental insurance Vision insurance Life insurance Disability insurance Paid time off 401K#INDSJWe are an equal opportunity employer.For information about our Privacy Policy, please visit https://panoramichealth.Com/privacy-policy/

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    Panoramic HealthCome Join our team!!Are you ready to join a diverse, high-energy, fast-growing healthcare company? Join Panoramic Health! We are looking for an experienced Licensed Master Clinical Social Worker to join our growing value-based care team.This role requires frequent weekly travel to patient homes to complete patient home visits.***This role is eligible up to a $10,000 retention bonus for Licensed Social Workers***Who We Are and Why We’re DifferentAt Panoramic Health, our priority is healthy patients. We deliver better outcomes for patients and lower costs for everyone. We are the only value-based kidney care platform led by physicians, which uniquely qualifies us to care for patients holistically. We keep patients healthier longer at home and out of the hospital. Our mission is to improve outcomes for patients by slowing disease progression and improving quality of life. We do this by putting nephrologists at the center of care and continuing to build on our data, analytics, and deep understanding of kidney care.Role SummaryThe Licensed Clinical Social Worker will be at the forefront of this intensive, adaptive, and patient-focused model. Panoramic Health is looking for social work professionals that understand the importance of the “Quadruple Aim”, where high-touch interactions between patient and healthcare provider enhance patient experience, improve health outcomes, reduce costs, and improve the work life of the provider.As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, you will manage the psychosocial needs of a caseload of patients as they navigate the staged progression of chronic kidney disease (CKD). This will be done by providing disease-specific education in class-based settings, intensive support for complex psychosocial issues and the management of non-medical risk factors as barriers to positive health outcomes. LCSW's will further engage patients considered high risk for advancing CKD progression and unplanned dialysis starts, in one-on-one, in-person home visits, or telehealth encounters, to provide focused education, self-management strategy reinforcement, intensive support, linkage to appropriate resources, and other core social work competencies. This type of intensive service provision will require social work professionals that: Can build strong, productive relationships and maintain consistent communication with patients, their families, and providers. Manage a caseload of nephrology practice patients and perform clinical needs assessments/complex-case management for high-risk CKD/ESRD patients. The LCSW will focus on addressing psychosocial needs, signs and symptoms of mental health disorders, social determinants of health, and any other risk factors that affect health outcomes. This is done through assessments and care planning during remote engagements and home visits, and the results of validated measurement tools such as:1. The Patient Activation Measure (PAM) for measuring a patient’s ability to self-manage their chronic illness.2. The Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) for identifying signs and symptoms of depression.3. The Accountable Health Communities (AHC) Health-Related Social Needs (HRSN) Screening Tool for measuring patient’s community resource needs as they relate to core social determinants of health. Assess for suicidality of patients who indicate risk of self-harm on the PHQ9; assist staff w/ concerns to ensure identification and/or suspicion of abuse, neglect and/or financial abuse of vulnerable and/or elderly patients is reported to appropriate authorities. Coordinate w/ dialysis SWs to ensure relationship exists w/ ESRD patients; ensure patient awareness of how to engage w/ their dialysis Social worker and dialysis care team.4. Providing education and referrals to appropriate resources5. Assisting with keeping or obtaining insurance coverage6. Assisting patients with understanding their rights and responsibilities7. Providing supportive counseling8. Assisting in informing patients of the importance of treatment participation9. Advanced Directives education.Kidney Disease Education (KDE) for all nephrology practice patients taught in coordination with Registered Dietitians from our developed KDE decks and modules. This KDE will be developed in both class-based and individualized forms, made culturally appropriate as warranted, and adapted to fit a variety of learning needs. KDE topics to include: How the kidneys work. The physical symptoms of chronic kidney disease and prevention of uremic complications. Co-morbid disease management and the meaning of test results/lab work. Impairments in functioning and well-being. Different treatment options; including the right to refuse treatment. The psychological impact of chronic kidney disease and its impact on family, social life, work, and financesQualificationsEducation & Experience: Master’s Degree in Social Work (Required) 1+ years healthcare/medical social work experience Nephrology experience preferredLicense: License Clinical Social Worker (Preferred)Skills Technical & Linguistic: Microsoft Office (required) Salesforce, AthenaHealth, other pertinent technology platform Languages: English (primary), Spanish (secondary) – preferred not required. Comfortable with remote work from home and the technology to support that environment Comfortable supporting patients at their home, clinic, or in the hospital as needed Comfortable teaching and educating new staff members and patients/caregiversWork Location: 60% On location (Patient visits at their home or in the practice clinic office) 40% Working from HomeBenefits: Health Insurance Dental insurance Vision insurance Life insurance Disability insurance Paid time off#LI-MR1#INDSJWe are an equal opportunity employer.For information about our Privacy Policy, please visit https://panoramichealth.Com/privacy-policy/

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    Panoramic HealthCome Join our team!!Are you ready to join a diverse, high-energy, fast-growing healthcare company? Join Panoramic Health! We are looking for an experienced Certified Medical Assistant – Care Coordinator.Who We Are and Why We’re DifferentAt Panoramic Health, our priority is healthy patients. We deliver better outcomes for patients and lower costs for everyone. We are the only value-based kidney care platform led by physicians, which uniquely qualifies us to care for patients holistically. We keep patients healthier longer at home and out of the hospital. Our mission is to improve outcomes for patients by slowing disease progression and improving quality of life. We do this by putting nephrologists at the center of care and continuing to build on our data, analytics, and deep understanding of kidney care.Role SummaryThe Patient Care Coordinator’s primary responsibilities center around establishing trusting, supportive, collaborative relationships with patients and their families assisting them with enrollment and education of the Circle of Care plan in order to attempt to slow down the progression of chronic kidney disease and help prevent hospitalizations. CMA Care Coordinators work alongside physicians, advance practice providers, and other nephrology care team members in a collaborative, empathetic fashion to build these patient relationships. Certified Medical Assistant Care Coordinators drive communication with the entire care team to facilitate and organize appropriate patient education, nutrition, vascular access, and transplant referrals. Our Certified Medical Assistant Care Coordinators are highly valued in our organization, as they are the heart and glue at the core of our success!Responsibilities Patient enrollment into the Circle of Care Program. Educate the patient regarding the benefits of the program. Develop realistic goals for the patient to succeed in and monitoring them. Create, review, and revise the nephrology patient’s plan of care. Documentation of the patient’s lab values, vitals, blood results, diet/nutrition, etc. Facilitate customized care plans and guidelines for managing chronic conditions. Oversee patients progress with care plan goals acting as a patient advocate and information resource. Provide patients with education on chronic kidney disease (CKD) and other related illnesses. Outline a plan for healthy lifestyle choices and healthy behaviors important for optimal CKD management including, blood pressure and blood sugar control, weight management and appropriate exercise, smoking cessation, medication management, nutrition modifications, and compliance with medical appointments. Apply principles of personalized chronic care management, shared decision making and patient coaching. Daily review of hospital discharges to ensure new and established patients are scheduled for follow-up appointments.Qualifications Completion of an accredited Medical Assistant program At least (2) two years of relevant medical assistant experience in a physician clinic with broad understanding of physician clinic operations. Software Proficient in Internet Navigation, Microsoft Word, Outlook, EHR/EMR, (AthenaNet preferred) Nephrology clinic or dialysis experience (preferred) Comply with all HIPAA, OSHA, Compliance, and IT standards and policies.Benefits: Health Insurance Dental insurance Vision insurance Life insurance Disability insurance Paid time off 401K#INDSJWe are an equal opportunity employer.For information about our Privacy Policy, please visit https://panoramichealth.Com/privacy-policy/

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    Panoramic HealthCome Join our team!!Are you ready to join a diverse, high-energy, fast-growing healthcare company? Join Panoramic Health! We are looking for an experienced Certified Medical Assistant – Care Coordinator.Who We Are and Why We’re DifferentAt Panoramic Health, our priority is healthy patients. We deliver better outcomes for patients and lower costs for everyone. We are the only value-based kidney care platform led by physicians, which uniquely qualifies us to care for patients holistically. We keep patients healthier longer at home and out of the hospital. Our mission is to improve outcomes for patients by slowing disease progression and improving quality of life. We do this by putting nephrologists at the center of care and continuing to build on our data, analytics, and deep understanding of kidney care.Role SummaryThe Patient Care Coordinator’s primary responsibilities center around establishing trusting, supportive, collaborative relationships with patients and their families assisting them with enrollment and education of the Circle of Care plan in order to attempt to slow down the progression of chronic kidney disease and help prevent hospitalizations. CMA Care Coordinators work alongside physicians, advance practice providers, and other nephrology care team members in a collaborative, empathetic fashion to build these patient relationships. Certified Medical Assistant Care Coordinators drive communication with the entire care team to facilitate and organize appropriate patient education, nutrition, vascular access, and transplant referrals. Our Certified Medical Assistant Care Coordinators are highly valued in our organization, as they are the heart and glue at the core of our success!Responsibilities Patient enrollment into the Circle of Care Program. Educate the patient regarding the benefits of the program. Develop realistic goals for the patient to succeed in and monitoring them. Create, review, and revise the nephrology patient’s plan of care. Documentation of the patient’s lab values, vitals, blood results, diet/nutrition, etc. Facilitate customized care plans and guidelines for managing chronic conditions. Oversee patients progress with care plan goals acting as a patient advocate and information resource. Provide patients with education on chronic kidney disease (CKD) and other related illnesses. Outline a plan for healthy lifestyle choices and healthy behaviors important for optimal CKD management including, blood pressure and blood sugar control, weight management and appropriate exercise, smoking cessation, medication management, nutrition modifications, and compliance with medical appointments. Apply principles of personalized chronic care management, shared decision making and patient coaching. Daily review of hospital discharges to ensure new and established patients are scheduled for follow-up appointments.Qualifications Completion of an accredited Medical Assistant program At least (2) two years of relevant medical assistant experience in a physician clinic with broad understanding of physician clinic operations. Software Proficient in Internet Navigation, Microsoft Word, Outlook, EHR/EMR, (AthenaNet preferred) Nephrology clinic or dialysis experience (preferred) Comply with all HIPAA, OSHA, Compliance, and IT standards and policies.Benefits: Health Insurance Dental insurance Vision insurance Life insurance Disability insurance Paid time off 401K#INDSJWe are an equal opportunity employer.For information about our Privacy Policy, please visit https://panoramichealth.Com/privacy-policy/

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    Overview
    Being good neighbors - helping people, investing in our communities, and making the world a better place - is who we are at State Farm. It is at the core of how we operate and the reason for our success. Check out What It's Like in Claims , and see what makes us great!
    Where you'll work:
    This is a hybrid position, so you'll work from home at least 75% of the time with the other time in office.
    Compensation :
    Starting pay is $19.75 -$20.75 per hour with a $1.25 differential once placed on a bi-lingual team. This Claims position is eligible for up to $2,000 in Welcome Bonuses throughout the first year of employment.
    This job currently offers a temporary Targeted $2 Premium Differential. You will receive an extra $2 for each hour worked through the duration of this program. The differential rate, timing of the program, and program eligibility are subject to change at any time.
    You are also eligible for:
    An annual bonus based on individual and enterprise performance
    Annual merit increases
    Benefits:
    We like to reward our employees for their hard work and commitment. That is why we offer benefits you might not find other places:
    Paid Time Off (PTO), plus:
    5 days of Life Leave to take care of yourself and your family
    Paid Volunteer Time
    Annual Celebration Day to celebrate what's important to you
    Parental leave for mothers and fathers

    Wellness?and mental health programs

    401(k) Savings Plan

    Medical, dental and vision
    Health Reimbursement Account, Health Care Flexible Spending Accounts, and life insurance

    Tuition Reimbursement/Community College Tuition Program

    Discounts from hundreds of retailers through our Perks at Work program
    Development and Mentor programs designed to help our employees grow and achieve their specific career goals

    Employee Resource Groups - State Farm's Good Neighbor Culture celebrates diversity and promotes an inclusive environment where all employees feel welcomed, valued, and respected. The State Farm Employee Resource Group (ERG) program is a key element in our Enterprise D&I Structure and Strategy.
    Responsibilities
    As a leader in the insurance and financial services industry, we hire the best employees to serve our customers. When you join our team, you can feel good knowing you are helping our customers recover from the unexpected. Our Claims Associates are committed to helping our customers through the claims process while providing Remarkable® service. This includes:
    Proactively investigating claims, applying coverage, accurately documenting the file, and paying what is owed
    Answering inbound calls and making outbound calls to customers and claimants
    Supporting our customers through personalized, caring, and simple interactions
    Employees must successfully complete all required training, including applicable licensing exam(s) and background checks required of various state(s).Hours of operation are continually evaluated and may change based on business need. Successful candidates are able and willing to work flexible work shifts and may be asked to work overtime and/or irregular hours. This opening is for any/all Claims Associate positions across our Claims segment.
    Qualifications
    Competitive candidates demonstrate the ability to:
    Speak, read & write proficiently in Spanish & English
    Communicate clearly, professionally, and empathetically
    Accurately document claim files
    Process information and make sound, fact-based decisions
    Multi-task across technical platforms within a fast-paced call center environment
    Value accountability and hold themselves to the highest professional standard
    Come join the Neighborhood and do some good!
    Visit State Farm Careers for more information on our benefits , locations , and the hiring process .
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    About NovaSource
    NovaSource Power Services provides solar panel cleaning services to some of the largest solar power plants in the world. At NovaSource we believe that the key to our success lies in the benefit we provide to our customers. We are a team of professionals, and our results show it. We have a strong safety record because job site safety is one of our highest priorities.

    To serve our clients, we invest into our people. On hire, we assess each employee’s experience and expertise, then mentor them to grow engaging and satisfying careers.

    Our turn-key services optimize each step of our clients’ project lifecycles — from commissioning to decommissioning and everything in between. Our approach delivers creates success for our clients, stability for our teams, and enables us to build a world-class culture of excellence. And that is how we empower a renewable world.

    Summary of Role:

    We are seeking an experienced Engineering Manager at NovaSource Power Services (NSPS). NSPS is an independent Solar Operations and Maintenance provider currently servicing 20 GW of solar assets worldwide. NovaSource Power Services strives to be the number one O&M provider within its key target markets within 2 years, and have 30% of its revenue from value-added services, of which engineering will play a key role. This role will report to the Engineering Director and will be responsible for driving the Engineering team to provide engineering support & expertise to the power plant fleet.

    Currently, the Engineering team provides three main functions for the business:
    Continuous support for North and South America power plants.
    Subject matter experts on al.
    Executing value added service projects such as SCADA designs or upgrades.

    Responsibilities:
    Directly manage a team with multiple direct reports:
    7 x electrical engineers

    Conduct 1on1s on a bi-weekly basis to discuss roadblocks, career enrichment, and more.
    Hire or terminate engineers as necessary to maintain team performance relative to ticket closure efficiency and fleet size.

    Drive the team of engineers to close tickets and meet quarterly and annual ticket metrics.
    Provide training or purchase training for engineers as needed on unfamiliar topics.
    Manage a network of engineering vendors for additional support or license purchases.
    Execute purchasing for required software licenses or vendor support.
    Support operations technology infrastructure and control room systems. Plan for continuous improvement and system upgrades.
    Plan and forecast engineering team spending and revenue.
    Diligently create and manage tech notes and specifications for common engineering issues for improved technical support.
    Collaborate with other engineering teams such as SCADA, Networking, Servers, Performance, and more.
    Communicate daily with the engineering management team.
    Communicate daily with other engineering team members using email, chat, or phone.
    Participate in weekly team meetings to review problems, open support requests, and plan value added services.


    General Qualifications:
    8 plus years of of professional experience in engineering, engineering management, and/or project management
    Experience in developing a global team and executing services while supporting local business partners
    Ability to cultivate, motivate, and direct a team of highly technical individuals
    Strong demonstrated knowledge of systems level engineering and system integration.
    Adept at developing cross-functional relationships and creating mutually beneficial outcomes in order to provide direction and accountability for complex troubleshooting and resolution
    Skilled at developing processes/programs to capture and report technical data in a comprehensive and knowledgeable manner
    Exemplary and proven track record of direct customer interaction including: understanding the customer's needs, problem solving, and creating internal accountability for managing and resolving customer concerns
    Accomplished user of Microsoft Office 365 suite of tools: Outlook, Excel, Power Point, SharePoint
    Communicate effectively in both verbal and written format
    Must know how to prioritize day to day work
    Strong knowledge of approved cyber security practices


    Engineering Qualifications:
    Strong analytical and documentation skills
    Strong understanding of solar inverters, plant controllers, substation protection, MV/HV transformers, capacitor banks and solar tracking systems
    Minimum 6 years of utility scale solar experience.
    Experience with NERC standards (PRC, MOD, FAC, etc.)
    Experience with data acquisition applications such as Ignition, Wonderware, N3uron, Kepware
    Experience with SEL RTAC and Relay Products


    Office Physical Requirements:

    All positions in our office require interaction with people and technology while either standing or sitting. In order to best service our customers, internal and external, all associates must be able to communicate face-to-face and on the phone with or without reasonable accommodation. NovaSource is committed to compliance with its obligations under all applicable state and federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination. In keeping with this commitment, it attempts to reasonably accommodate applicants and employees in accordance with the requirements of the disability discrimination laws. It also invites individuals with disabilities to participate in a good faith, interactive process to identify reasonable accommodations that can be made without imposing an undue hardship.

    Potential candidates will meet the education and experience requirements provided on the above job description and excel in completing the listed responsibilities for this role.

    US: Diversity Statement – Equal Employment Opportunity

    It is NovaSource’s policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all applicants and employees. NovaSource disapproves of, and will not tolerate, unlawful discrimination against any applicant or employee because of race, color, national origin or ancestry, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), gender identity, age, religion, disability, family care status, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other basis protected by local, state or federal laws.





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    Telecommunication Technician Level 3



    Great opportunity to join an amazing team!








    Position Summary:


    Are you ready to embark on a new adventure? Alamon, Inc. is a Montana-based Employee-owned company providing installation services to the utilities, energy, and communications industries since 1975. We offer installation solutions to industry-leading equipment manufacturers, communications companies, utilities, and energy EPCs, nationwide. Alamon provides a competitive compensation and benefits package while encouraging career growth and promotion opportunities from within the entire organization.


    Alamon is hiring a Level III Telecommunication Technician with extensive experience working in Central Offices, MSO and/or Data Centers. Must have experience installing equipment including Adtran, Cisco, Ciena (Ethernet and/or DWDM), Infinera, Fujitsu, Calix, Nokia, Galaxy 4848, Galaxy Millennium Controllers, Vertiv Power Systems, Eltek Power Systems and Wet/VRLA Battery replacements.


    The ideal candidate should be a self-starter who provides high-quality workmanship and has excellent customer service skills both in person and over the phone. Must be able to multi-task under pressure and can work independently. Need to be able to climb ladders, lift at least 50 lbs. and be proficient using a laptop.


    This is a position that requires extensive travel upwards of 75% of the time throughout Arizona and southern California. Wage is determined by experience.


    Watch this video to see how great a career with Alamon can be! Welcome to Alamon






    Essential Job Functions:

    The Level 3 Telecommunication Technician will act as a lead and experience in such a role is required.

    This job requires extensive travel.

    Understand Central Office installation and Quality Standards contained in Telcordia GR-1275, Lumen 77350 / 77385, att TP-76300 / TP-76400 and/or Verizon IP72202 ISS 5-1 Core Standards.

    Read and interpret floor plans, rack drawings, and customer-provided work orders.

    Should also have the skills and ability to plan and coordinate high-risk activity including identifying equipment, cards, pluggable, fiber cables, and circuit IDs, and map out and run new fibers for integration, fiber rolls, and hot cuts.

    Extensive understanding of hand tools, test equipment, and ability to use a computer to interface with customer products.

    Install relay racking, cable racking, fiber ducting, auxiliary framing, and other superstructure elements.

    Install and sew copper and fiber cables utilizing an array of connector types (RJ45, wire wrapping, BNC, LC/SC, etc.).

    Proficient understanding and experience in lacing/stitching/sewing central office wire.

    Install DC power rectification, batteries, fuse panels and BDFB/BDCBB.

    Work effectively with customer supervisors, engineers, and technicians.

    Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Drive.

    Communicate effectively, including proficiency in written and verbal communications, with strong listening skills.


    Minimum Position Qualifications:

    Trade school or equivalent installation experience.

    Ability to comply with Central Office / MSO / Data Center standards.

    Must have DC Power (-48VDC) knowledge and be able to install and perform hot cuts as needed.

    A current driver's license and insurance are required.

    Must have reliable transportation and be willing to travel.

    Must pass a pre-employment background check, MVR, and drug screening.

    Have knowledge of the Lumen practices 77350.

    CIENA 6500 / Infinera GX30 installation is preferred but not mandatory.

    Excellent time-management skills and multitasking abilities.


    Work Environment:

    Work conditions may include working in a partially controlled indoor air environment.

    May be subjected to noise levels which may range from low volume to loud and will be required to wear provided safety hearing devices from time to time.

    Must be able to climb ladders and lift at least 50 lbs.


    Physical Requirements:

    Must have physical strength, balance, hand-eye coordination, and stamina necessary to complete jobs in various areas.

    Ability to lift and carry up to 50 lbs. at a time.

    Must be able to ride in a vehicle for up to four hours to travel to and from job sites.

    Ability to work in different temperatures and through changing weather conditions.

    Must be able to traverse all areas of the Jobsite. This may include walking, climbing, reaching, bending, crawling, or stretching.

    Ability to clearly distinguish colors, shades, and brightness when working with multi-colored cablings such as twisted pair copper and fiber optic cable.

    Must be able to follow written and verbal instructions and use practical judgment while working through job assignments.


    Benefits:

    Medical Insurance

    Dental Insurance

    Life Insurance policy

    Pharmacy Benefits

    Paid Holidays

    Paid time off

    Vacation time

    Employer-paid health insurance for each full-time employee

    ESOP company= Employee Stock Ownership Plan

    Lodging and transportation are provided while traveling.


    Work Authorization:


    Alamon does not currently support the H1B VISA for this position.


    EOE:


    Alamon Inc is an equal-opportunity employer. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Alamon Inc does not discriminate in employment decisions based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable state and local laws.


    Additional Information:


    Alamon's safety initiatives include our in-house learning management system, AlamonU, that provides a modern approach for training a national and remote workforce in addition to traditional learning methodologies.


    Alamon is committed to safety and has earned Ericsson's 2018 Supplier of the Year Safety Award. Our teams have received commendations from safety giants such as Bechtel Corporation. Alamon's total U.S. EMR ratings speak volumes about our strong commitment to safety.









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