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    Research & Evaluation Manager, Early Childhood Centers (Job Number: 23000008)DescriptionRole Description:The Research and Evaluation Manager is part of the CHS Central Office team, reporting to the Senior Director of Programs. This individual will direct and monitor all research-related projects at the centers. The Research and Evaluation Manager must effectively utilize research evidence to inform and bolster the Center's strategic planning process. In addition to supporting the Center-wide application of strategic priorities, the individual must also support emergent programmatic needs by applying research to new and existing programs, policies, procedures, services, and operations in alignment with strategic goals.The Research and Evaluation Manager will also be heavily involved in managing the collection and evaluation of data across CHS Centers to inform the achievement of the CHS Comprehensive Outcomes and Success Metrics. They will work with the CHS Evaluation Partner to understand best practices and systems for data to be collected from each center using data-collection resources and tools and will ensure metrics are being informed by data and reported out accordingly. This individual will track launch metrics, children and family metrics, community metrics, and operational health metrics. Starting salary is in the range of $55,936 $74,675 a year, based on expertise.Responsibilities:Working with the Senior Director of Programs to facilitate the implementation of an annual applied research agenda, based on CHS needsWorking with the CHS Evaluation Partner to understand best practices and systems for data collectionTracking CHS launch metrics, children and family metrics, community metrics, and operational health metricsInitiating research with emphasis on gaps in existing data on child development practicesDetermining the best methods for conducting applied research projectsProviding the Center’s leadership with information to support decision-making, articulation of priorities, and support for the implementation of strategiesCompleting research projects and developing strategies to enhance collaboration across CentersConsulting on Center-specific research issuesEngaging stakeholders as needed to solve practical problems, and providing the necessary linkages between data-driven decisions, staff responsibilities and student outcomesFacilitating inter-departmental/divisional collaboration by articulating research findings and creating a common language and dialogue around the conditions necessary for successCollaborating with key stakeholders to review research findings and develop recommendations for action plans, professional development, interventions, or other identified next steps based on findingsStaying in contact with educational child development organizations to understand best practicesActing as the School's IRB liaison regarding decisions about proposed research projects, which takes into account research projects completed by members of the CHS community involved with continuing educationProviding research-driven consultation to administrators and stakeholders as needed for strategic programming purposesDeveloping strategies that encourage Center-wide understanding, buy-in, and usage of the resultsCollecting, analyzing, and interpreting dataDirecting and monitoring contracted services by qualified professionals for student and program researchConducting recurring reviews of current literature (e.G., child development, poverty, social psychology, etc.), summarizing, and distributing findings; conducting sessions with CHS to discuss how to implement these findingsUpholding the highest professional ethical standards of research and consultation, which are consistent with national and state professional guidelines for research (i.E., APA Ethical Principles, Chapter 41 State Board of Psychology: Pennsylvania Code) to ensure the ethical treatment of student and staff research participants, integrity of data, and accurate reporting of informationQualificationsRequirements:Master’s degree in education, psychology, or related field that requires coursework in research methodology and scholarly activity3-5 years of research experience in an education related environmentAbility to showcase a sample research briefExperience in research around low-income communities (preferred)Membership in a professional organization that demands the highest professional ethical standards of research consultation and demonstrate a history of consistency with the national and state professional guidelinesAbility to conduct applied research using sophisticated quantitative and qualitative research methodology and statistical softwareAbility to independently initiate, design, organize, and coordinate applied research and evaluation projects with the anticipation of broad dissemination and/or scholarly publication of findingsSkills and abilities necessary to facilitate inter-departmental/ divisional collaborationExperience with Institutional Review Board protocols and processAbility to clearly articulate research findings, inform, educate, and resource the office so as to build synergy around the strategic priorities identified as necessary for student successFamiliarity with Financial Budget Systems, SASI, Electronic Medical Records, UltiPro, SPSS, Survey Monkey, and Blackbaud softwareAbility to work in a fast-paced environment with changing prioritiesResponsible, enthusiastic, and cares about working in a mission-driven organizationAbility to proactively identify problems and implement solutionsWillingness to be held accountable and receive feedbackComfortability with technology including MS Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and/or willingness to learnExceptional interpersonal skills including the ability to influence, lead, and educate teamsCommitment to the mission and values of CHS and MHS and demonstrated high degree of integrity as all MHS and CHS staff are considered to be role models for studentsU.S. work authorization and successful completion of pre-employment background checks and clearances

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    Line Tender  

    - Lancaster

    Company: Lancaster Metal ManufacturingHours: 1st and 3rd ShiftLancaster Metal Manufacturing Inc. is a subsidiary of U.S. Boiler Company, Inc. We are proud to offer American-made residential and commercial heating products that have been designed, engineered and produced domestically. Manufactured in Lancaster, PA, our facilities employ nearly 300 people from our community. Every product that leaves our factory has been designed, engineered and manufactured for exclusive use in North America. That makes us who and what we are… a boiler company that is singularly focused on the needs of our customers.Summary:Under limited supervision, tends and maintains conveyor line for spray painting and packaging operations, including placing parts in proper sequence to assure no delay in packaging. Union Shop.Must be flexible due to Union bumping.Job Duties:May be requested to use hand punch when necessary.Hangs parts on conveyor line for powder coating and packing operations.Maintains clean conveyor line, hooks, etc. to ensure clean and proper operation of line. Maintains metal washing machine for proper cleaning.Places proper amount of parts in sequence to assure no delay in packagingUse degreaser and/or sandpaper to clean excess grease, oil, rust parts for proper cleaning.Change hooks as required to assure correct hanging distance and proper order.Move material in and out of paint line area as required.May be asked to operate forklift and/or hand truck, if licensed.Required to help clean powder booth and equipment when needed to maintain efficiency, preventative maintenance and/or color changes.Must be able to remove components from the line and pack parts in a safe and orderly ways as to prevent damage to product.Hangs fiberglass on parts at proper location.Operate and maintain glue spray gun.Refers unusual problems to group leader/supervision.Work station must be kept clean and organized.Required to fill out job cards, data sheets and reports accurately and legibly.Performs other work as directed commensurate with this or lesser rated labor grades.The above description is not all inclusive, but is illustrative of the duties and responsibilities involving basic skills and aptitudes.Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.Education and/or Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret document such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractures and decimals. Ability to compute rates and Read a Tape Measure.Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations.Computer Skills: N/ACertificates, Licenses, Registrations: N/AOther Skills and Abilities: Must be able to keep pace with the speed of the line as to prevent line stoppage. Must be able to read a tape measure.Safety Requirements: Protective Footwear Ansi Z41 Class 75, hearing protection, safety glasses with side shields, face shield, and neoprene or nitrile gloves when handling chemical cleaning solutions, cut resistant cloth, leather or Kevlar gloves (line feed and line take-off), cloth or leather gloves for handling fiberglass, approved particulate respirator, (fiberglass handling & gluing).Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel crouch or crawl and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk and climb or balance. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, reach up to 7 feet and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and color vision.Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly exposed to mechanical parts. The employee is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles. The employee is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; toxic or caustic chemicals and extreme heat. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

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    Therapist - Columbus, In  

    - Columbus

    Therapy / Social Work/Ireland Home Based Services New Hire Bonus Opportunity of $3000Openings in 45 counties throughout Southern Indiana to include Johnson, Shelby, Bartholomew, Jackson and Jennings counties.$58,000-$71,000 per year + Car (Personal Use Option Available) *Therapists will earn a base minimum of $58,000 annually (with potential increase based on experience) for those who are clinically licensed in the fields of Social Work, Mental Health Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy. With bonuses included, current clinically licensed therapists, on average, earn $64,815 annually. The range would be a minimum of $58,000 annually up to $71,000 annually. * More details and other benefits listed below.$52,500-$64,000 per year + Car (Personal Use Option Available)*Therapists holding an LSW, LMHC-a or LMFT-a will earn a base minimum of $52,500 annually (with potential increase based on experience). With bonuses included, current licensed therapists, on average, earn $57,560 annually. The range would be a minimum of $52,500 annually up to $64,000 annually.* More details and other benefits listed below.$47,028-$62,000 per year + Car (Personal Use Option Available) *Those with temporary licenses or those who are not licensed eligible, but hold a Master's degree in a Human Service-related field and meet certain education requirements will be paid at a minimum of $22.61 an hour. Current therapists in this role earn, on average, $52,262 annual. The range for this position would be from $47,028 annually up to $62,000 annually. * More details and other benefits listed below.Bonuses are paid for earning licensure and we offer up to $500 annual reimbursement for Continuing Education. Salaried therapists also have the opportunity to earn a monthly bonus to increase annual compensation, with no cap. Also, supervision for licensure is free!Ireland Home Based Services is looking to grow and needs Home Based Therapists to build positive behavioral change with families and children. IHBS is a leader in this field and we have earned and maintained the Joint Commission accreditation for Behavioral Health Care. Come join our team of over 200 professionals providing cutting edge multi-modal interventions in Family Preservation and Reunification. Our Services are provided to adolescents, children, and families in the client's communities and homes. This opportunity could include working with youth on probation and their families.An individual who may be eligible for the therapist position here at IHBS will meet the qualifications of one of the following:Master's or Doctorate degree with a current license issued by the Indiana Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing BoardMaster's degree with a temporary permit issued by the Indiana Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing BoardMaster's degree in related human services field having completed a minimum of 24 post-secondary semester hours in a qualifying human services degree field.A unique benefit is team members have the opportunity to drive company cars for work purposes, and can pay a fee to drive the car for personal use, if they qualify with satisfactory MVR. Based on statistics from AAA, paying a personal use fee for a company car could increase total compensation up to $7000-$8000 per year. Personal use fee pays for all fuel, maintenance, license and registration. You can also use this vehicle to drive for vacations! Don't put the wear and tear on your personal vehicle...Drive a safe, reliable vehicle we provide!Full time openings, hours will include evenings and potentially some weekends. You would be required to travel to 2-3 counties per week. We offer such great benefits here at IHBS including: Medical Insurance Dental Insurance Vision Insurance Short Term/Long Term Disability Life Insurance Accident Insurance Hospital Indemnity 401k Paid Time Off after 90 days Paid Holidays Paid Bereavement Leave Personal and Business Use options for Company Car Mileage Reimbursement Ipads/Iphones CEU/Licensure Reimbursements Supervision/Supervison for Licensure CEU opportunities Center for Professional Development Flexible Scheduling/4 day work week Short Term Leave of Absence Morale Plans Defensive Driver Incentive Employee Assistance Program If you are currently in the field of investigate, investigative, investigator, childhood education, child abuse, protective factor, neglect, assessment, safety, health and human services, counsel, casework, supervised visit, child protection, child development, foster care, family preservation, adoption, social services, social work, child welfare, parent education, facilitate, facilitator, teacher, education, school, psychology, sociology, healthcare, children, family, assess, mentor, corrections, correctional officer, law enforcement, police officer, criminal justice, then apply today! EOE M/W/Vets/Disabled

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    Overview:Position #: 12944The Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) Program is one component of New Jersey's Comprehensive Medicaid Waiver as approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). DSRIP is a grant/demonstration program designed to result in better care for individuals (including access to care, quality of care, health outcomes), better health for the population, and lower costs. DSRIP is designed to target and address identified screening gaps and treatment needs for patients with substance use disorders.The Licensed Clinical Alcohol/Drug Counselor performs a variety of patient care and therapeutic activities in support of the multidisciplinary team in the treatment and rehabilitation of patient population with substance abuse problems. Provides advanced professional counseling, addictions screening, intake, orientation, assessment, treatment planning, case management, crisis intervention, referral, consultation and addictions related education.Responsibilities:Performs a variety of patient care and therapeutic activities in support of the multidisciplinary team in the treatment and rehabilitation of patient population with substance abuse problems. Provides Advanced professional counseling, addictions screening, intake, orientation, assessment, treatment planning, case management, crisis intervention, referral, consultation and addictions related education.Provides clinical supervision, instruction, direction and consultation to Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors or Certified Addictions Counselors and other staff as required. Collaborates with other disciplines in development of treatment plans and referrals.Formulates and conducts programs to promote prevention of alcohol and drug abuse.Reviews patient medical record to remain aware of patient's status, treatment, progress and problems. Intervenes with critical patients such as escalating of behavior, suicidal behavior, elopement and other emergency situations occurring.Maintains a safe environment for patients, visitors and staff in accordance with the safety policy.Provides advanced professional alcohol and drug counseling. Provides counseling to patients with substance abuse individual, group and family sessions.Identifies and responds to patients in crisis, provides addictions related education and teaches life skills. Documents client related information in accordance with CHS policy and regulations.Conducts discussion group activities to assist patients in overcoming alcohol and drug dependency. Participates in patient health teaching groups as they relate to substance abuse.Participates in unit based activities and continuing education activities. Prepares annual goals and objectives specific to the occupational therapy program.Participates in performance improvement activities. Participates in staff meetings, case conferences, and agency-sponsored educational sessions.Requirements:Master's degree in related field OR grandfathered under NJ State as Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor.Four years substance abuse experience.Licensed/Cert Alcohol/Drug CounselorFrequent physical demands include: Standing, Walking, Carry objects, Wrist position deviation, Pinching/fine motor activities, Keyboard use/repetitive motionOccasional physical demands include: Sitting, Climbing (e.G., stairs or ladders), Push/Pull, Twisting, Bending, Reaching forward, Reaching overhead, Squat/kneel/crawl, Taste or SmellContinuous physical demands include: Talk or HearLifting Floor to Waist 15 lbs. Lifting Waist Level and Above 10 lbs.Our Network:Offers are contingent upon successful completion of our onboarding process and pre-employment physical. Capital Health will require all applicants (including contractors, travelers and consultants) to have an annual flu vaccine and to have a completed COVID-19 vaccine prior to start date, with the exception of individuals with medical and religious exemptions." Company will never ask candidates for social security numbers or date of birth during application phase. If you are asked for this information online, you may be a target for identity theft." IND123

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    Position Summary: Responsible for ensuring quality parts are produced and/or assembled by conducting visual inspection and gage inspection of parts produced by a welder, press, mill or other production process while meeting production rates or efficiency requirements.Essential Job Functions include, but not limited to, the following: Perform production and/or assembly of parts in a safe manner adhering to all Safety policies.Continue the production of parts through the operations required of a welding, press, mill or assembling process.Distinguish and correct as needed the quality of a welded, milled, pressed or assembled part.Pack parts into various containers as specified by a standard.Perform required Plex functions including: creation/printing of tags, production recording etc.Adhere to and maintain 5S and LEAN Manufacturing standards.Function as a member of a work team by contributing and initiating quality, safety and productivity ideas.Train co-workers on manufacturing skills as required.Communicate appropriately to avoid unplanned downtime, inform other shifts of problems, trends, etc. Inform the leader of maintenance needs.Additional functions, not specifically outlined in this position description as directed by the leader.Trainer Designation: Pass the Trainer interviewShow competence and be able to train to all manufacturing systems and philosophiesExplain all manufacturing systems and philosophies and the impact of the manufacturing associate within quality and within the business as a wholeAccurately evaluate and complete required assessment of traineeProvide clear and concise communications/feedback to the trainee and to members of leadershipProvide direction to the trainee with whom to contact for answers to questions, concerns, and ideasAdditional functions, not specifically outlined in this position description as directed by the leader. Requirements: Position Skills and Experience Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty effectively. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.Successful completion with a passing score of the Manufacturing Tech coursePrevious manufacturing experience preferredGeneral computer skillsExperience with Microsoft Applications (e.G. word, excel, outlook, etc).

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    Medical Assistant Ii  

    - Pennington

    Overview:Capital Health is the region’s leader in providing progressive, quality patient care with significant investments in our exceptional physicians, nurses and staff, as well as advanced technology. Capital Health is a four-time Magnet®-recognized health system for nursing excellence and is comprised of 2 hospitals. Capital Health Medical Group is made up of more than 250 physicians and other providers who offer primary and specialty care, as well as hospital-based services, to patients throughout the region.Position 12637Responsibilities:Prepares patients for examination by performing preliminary physical tests; taking blood pressure, weight, and temperature; reporting patient history summary.Cleans exam rooms, obtains lab specimens. Assists the physicians and other staff as needed. Selects appropriate equipment prior to collection to streamline process. Verifies specimen orders per department policyPrepares exam rooms for patient encounters and assists LIP as requested. Maintains appropriate levels of supplies and all relevant forms for any testing performed and maintains statistics as assignedPerforms thoroughly all clerical duties as needed, including but not limited to patient registration, answering phones, scheduling appointments, initiating, maintaining and filing medical records and timely distribution of reports.Performs electrocardiograms and other relevant tests including point of care testing following established policies and procedures and universal precautions. Verifies patient information by interviewing patient; recording medical history; confirming purpose of visit.Documents medical information in electronic medical records including medication and refill information and patient call documentation, keeps rooms stocked and organized. Organizes paperwork and filing.Coordinates with front office personnel and ancillary staff in professional and positive manner in adherence of policies and procedures in support of patient service. Assists in front office functions as assigned including but not limited to: Checkout/in duties with claim creation and assuring complete process of discharge paperwork, referrals, patient education, appointments, insurance eligibility etc.Performs other selected clinical and clerical duties that assist in the delivery of primary health care and patient care management within any CH office location under the direction of a provider and manager in accordance with the objectives and policies of Capital Health (CH) and respective state laws governing such action and activities.Cross-trained to perform Patient Reception Rep job duties as needed.New Jersey Prescription Monitoring Program (NJPMP) uploads a notarized " Request for access" form and a copy of their State-accepted Certified Medical Assistant certificate; performs NJPMP monitoring under the direction of the LIP (Licensed Independent Practitioner).Performs injections, subcutaneous or intramuscular; performs duties in accordance with Capital Health policies.Performs other duties as assigned. Incumbents working in Primary Care or Specialty Care offices may be assigned to other Capital Health Medical Group Practices as needed.Requirements:Education Requirement: High School Diploma or GEDCertification Requirement: American Heart Association BLSFor Medical Assistant II minimum requirement is:Graduate from a post-secondary Medical Assistance Program accredited by a national accrediting agency approved by NJ (American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA), or National Center of Competency Testing (NCCT), or National Health Career Association (NHA) or American Medical Technologist (AMT), (NAHP) National Association of Health Professionals, or Board of Medical Examiners (BME).Must maintain current certification from the Certifying Board of the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA), the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT), the American Medical Certification Association (AMCA), the National Association for Health Professionals (NAHP), the National Certification Medical Association (NCMA), or registration from the American Medical Technologists (AMT), or any other recognized certifying body approved by the board.No Minimum work experience required.For Medical Assistant I minimum requirement is:Two years of work experience as a medical assistant, EMT or other direct patient care related role.Will consider a current nursing student with completion of two clinical semesters from an accredited nursing program.Frequent physical demands include: Standing, Walking, Reaching forward, Wrist position deviation, Pinching/fine motor activitiesOccasional physical demands include: Sitting, Climbing (e.G., stairs or ladders), Push/Pull, Twisting, Bending, Reaching overhead, Squat/kneel/crawl, Taste or SmellContinuous physical demands include: Carry objects, Keyboard use/repetitive motion, Talk or Hear Lifting Floor to Waist 40 lbs. Lifting Waist Level and Above 40 lbs.Our Network:IND123.

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    Elementary Independent Instructor  

    - Jeffersonville

    Apply directly for this role at:https://careers-ui-pcgus.Icims.Com/jobs/8984/elementary-independent-instructor-%280819%29/jobUniversity Instructors is recruiting for immediate placement of a dynamic instructors to support students in Jefferson County. Under the direction of the University Instructors team and Jefferson County, you will lead whole group K-5 regular or special education instruction.University Instructors partners with schools to provide students with purposeful learning experiences led by inspirational educators. If you are committed to having a meaningful impact through instructing students to enhance student achievement, please apply and a member of our recruiting team will reach out to you with more details.*Role and Responsibilities*In this role, you will:* Demonstrate sound knowledge and understanding of the subject matter and the pedagogy required by consistently engaging students in learning experiences that enable them to acquire complex knowledge and skills in the subject.* Design well-structured lessons with challenging, measurable objectives and appropriate student engagement strategies, pacing, sequence, activities, materials, resources, technologies, and grouping.* Possess knowledge of the developmental levels of students in the classroom and the different ways these students learn by providing differentiated learning experiences that enable all students to progress toward meeting intended outcomes.* Design units of instruction with measurable outcomes and challenging tasks requiring higher-order thinking skills that enable students to learn the knowledge and skills defined in state standards/local curricula.* Engage with students in a friendly and professional manner.* Consistently use instructional practices that are likely to motivate and engage most students.* Consistently and effectively collaborate with colleagues in such work as developing standards-based units, examining student work, analyzing student performance, and planning appropriate interventions.* Participate in relevant professional development and professional learning communities.* Submit records related to attendance, student progress, and other UI program requirements on time.* Document student grades, evaluations, and progress as district mandates.* Be responsible for enforcing the school-wide student code of conduct to create an environment safe and conducive to learning at all times* Build rapport with students, families, community, and school staff* Model professional and ethical standards when interacting with students, parents, peers, and the community.* Responsible for additional general duties as indicated by the Principal and directives of the Superintendent.* Complete other duties as assigned.*Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities*To be successful in this role, you must be able to:* Adhere to strict academic standards aligned with the curriculum.* Demonstrate the ability to create a positive learning environment that motivates all students.* Provide feedback and coaching for students in a manner that promotes learning and growth.* Demonstrate the ability to listen and deliver information clearly and succinctly.* Pay attention to detail in all aspects of the role, including required documentation.* Balance multiple priorities successfully.*Education and Work Experience*As a successful applicant, you must have a passion for helping students succeed. Additionally, you will need to have the following:* At least three-five years of experience providing direct instruction* Hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university as demonstrated by transcripts* Be local to the area*University Instructors, LLC is an equal opportunity employer.*Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, TemporaryPay: $28.00 $35.00 per hourBenefits:* Employee discountSchedule:* Day shift* No weekendsAbility to commute/relocate:* Jeffersonville, IN: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)Education:* Bachelor's (Preferred)Experience:* education: 2 years (Required)Work Location: One location

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    Window Subcontractors Needed UP TO $10,000 SIGN ON BONUSContact: 610-874-5000 ext. 787Are you and your crew looking for constant, high volume work year round? For a partner that has your back? A Partner with 25 years of consecutive growth? A partner that promotes expanding your business? If you are a residential window installer that is licensed and insured, it's time to launch your new partnership with Power Home Remodeling. We are one of the largest residential exterior remodelers in the country and growing rapidly across the country. We are looking for talented and reliable installation companies to install pre-sold projects immediately.Here is what we provide:+ Potential reimbursement of initial insurance/licensing costs+ EPA LEAD certification training+ Consistent work up to 6 days per week and 12 months per year+ Average Crew installs about 225 jobs per year+ Excellent pay scales and increases with a proven track record+ Average Earning potential $200,000 to $300,000 per crew+ Direct deposit paid every Friday+ Materials measured with 99%+ accuracy and shipped to our warehouse for pick up daily+ Dumpsters are provided to complete waste removal+ Support from Power to handle any issues on the job site and questions from a homeownerRequired Skills and Responsibilities:+ Ownership and employees authorized to work lawfully in the United States+ At least one year of experience with the installation of residential replacement windows+ Own at least 1 truck/van and proper tools+ Have proper insurance and credentials+ Employ a crew+ Craftsmanship coupled with customer service that is second to noneIf you are looking for a partnership that you know you can truly rely on daily for years to come… apply now.

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    Case Management / Social Work/Ireland Home Based Services New Hire Bonus Opportunity of $1500Ireland Home Based Services is looking to grow and needs Home Based Family Caseworkers to build positive behavioral change with families and children. IHBS is a leader in this field and we have earned and maintained the Joint Commission accreditation for Behavioral Health Care. Come join our team of over 200 professionals providing cutting edge multi-modal interventions in Family Preservation and Reunification. Our Services are provided to adolescents, children, and families in the client's communities and homes. This opportunity could include working with youth on probation and their families.$37,897-$62,000 per year + Car (Personal Use Option Available)*With bonuses and overtime, the average annual income for a Home-Based Family Caseworker I at IHBS is $44,900. Starting wages are based upon education, experience and minimum annual wage would be nearly $38,000 for this position, with full time work hours. The pay range for this position, including overtime and bonuses would be $37,897 to $62,000 based on actual income earned by those in this position.* More details and other benefits listed below.A Home-Based Case Worker I must have one of the following:Bachelor's degree from an accredited university$35,838-$50,000 per year + Car (Personal Use Option Available)*With bonuses and overtime, the average annual income for a Home-Based Family Caseworker II at IHBS is $43,775. Starting wages are based upon education, experience and minimum annual wage would be nearly $36,000 for this position, with full time work hours. The pay range for this position, including overtime and bonuses would be $35,838 to $50,000 based on actual income earned by those in this position.* More details and other benefits listed below.Home-Based Case Worker II must have one of the following:Associates Degree and 4 years/ experience providing services to families.High School Diploma/GED and 4 years' experience providing services to families.A unique benefit is team members have the opportunity to drive company cars for work purposes, and can pay a fee to drive the car for personal use, if they qualify with satisfactory MVR. Based on statistics from AAA, paying a personal use fee for a company car could increase total compensation up to $7000-$8000 per year. Personal use fee pays for all fuel, maintenance, license and registration. You can also use this vehicle to drive for vacations! Don’t put the wear and tear on your personal vehicle…drive a safe, reliable vehicle we provide!We offer such great benefits here at IHBS including:Medical Insurance Dental InsuranceVision InsuranceShort Term/Long Term DisabilityLife InsuranceAccident Insurance Hospital Indemnity401k Paid Time Off after 90 daysPaid Holidays Paid Bereavement LeavePersonal and Business use options for company carMileage Reimbursement Ipads/Iphones Center for Professional Development Flexible Scheduling/4 day work week Short Term Leave of Absence Morale PlansDefensive Driver IncentivesEmployee Assistance ProgramIf you are currently in the field of investigate, investigative, investigator, childhood education, child abuse, protective factor, neglect, assessment, safety, health and human services, counsel, casework, supervised visit, child protection, child development, foster care, family preservation, adoption, social services, social work, child welfare, parent education, facilitate, facilitator, teacher, education, school, psychology, sociology, healthcare, children, family, assess, mentor, corrections, correctional officer, law enforcement, police officer, criminal justice, then apply today!EOE M/W/Vets/Disabled

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    Plumber Foreman - Multifamily  

    - Austin

    *Job Summary : *Supervises, coordinates, inspects and performs the assembly, installation and repair of components, subsystems and systems for the appropriate trade during the construction, tenant finish-out or remodel of commercial buildings and industrial facilities. Reports to the Superintendent.*Company Overview: *Since 1946, our employee-owned company has provided innovative services that optimize the full life-cycle performance of world-class mechanical and electrical systems that serve healthcare facilities, hotels, schools, sports arenas, mission critical facilities and industrial complexes and other essential institutions.FORTUNE Magazine recognized TDIndustries as one of the " 100 Best Places to Work" , "Top 50 Training Organizations" and "Top 30 Companies to Retire From" due to our solid commitment to the personal and professional development of each employee.*Essential Duties: ** Participates in job planning for work packages, site set-up, and construction schedules.* Establish and adjust work sequences to meet construction schedules utilizing knowledge of equipment capacities and assigned personnel.* Schedule and coordinates activities of assigned Independent Contractors (IC) while communicating and coordinating schedules with other trades. Ensures that IC material is delivered in complete packages and at assigned station. Maintains and tracks material to reduce work stoppage and ensure productive ICs.* Operate and supervises operation of equipment and machinery such as backhoes, forklifts, man lifts, power tools and tampers. Ensures all certifications for equipment operation are current.* Inspects work in progress and completed work to ensure conformance to specifications. Instructs ICs and ensures compliance of testing procedures.* Coordinate placement and storage of materials, tools and supplies to support the construction plan.* Eliminates construction and job site hazards*Minimum Requirements: ** Five (5) years+ in mechanical contracting working as a construction foreman or similar function.* Residential and apartment (Multifamily) experience with some light commercial preferred.* Texas Journeyman License required.* Ability to read and interpret blueprints, submittals, specifications, details ; perform a variety of duties which may often change; repeat tasks of short duration according to a set procedure and work within precise limits and standards of numerical accuracy.* Ability to effectively plan, organize, delegate and control the work process.#INDTDIJob Type: Full-timeWork Location: One location


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