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    Manager  

    - Saint Marys

    LM Restaurants is a family owned and operated hospitality management company with over 40 years of service to our guests and the communities in which they live. Our brand portfolio includes award-winning concepts at all levels of casual dining that follow our company-wide commitment to fresh, house-made food and progressive beverage programs. Carolina Ale House was established in 1999 and is our largest concept with locations throughout the southeast.Who We SeekWe seek leader-coaches who have fun, work hard, and share our philosophy of inspiring happiness through memorable experiences. We have high expectations of our managers, as we are relentless about fulfilling the high expectations our guests have for us.How you’ll lead:Own your area of responsibility and its impact on the guest experience. Lead the selection, coaching, and recognition of a highly effective team. Develop team members for future opportunities.Ensure team is thoroughly trained, understands expectations, and demonstrates Carolina Hospitality. Provide ongoing feedback, manage performance, and drive accountability. Adhere to legal and company standards.As an ambassador of our brand, create and nurture relationships within the community.Communicate regularly and effectively with staff, guests, and other members of management.While you may have a primary area of responsibility, knowledge and management of whole-house operations is required. We are one team.Oversee inventory and ordering for your primary department. Be a good steward; act with ownership mentality.Create fair, timely schedules for your department, ensuring appropriate staffing for expected volume. Prepare administrative reports as needed.Ensure the safety of employees and guests at all timesHow you’ll work:Variable shifts of at least ten hours, holidays and weekends. Typical work week is 50-55 hours.How you’re qualified:You are coachable, just as you are expected to coach others.Passionate about hospitality and driven by team-based success.Focused on service for internal guests (team members) and external guests (customers).Knowledgeable of technology systems. Proficient in restaurant cleanliness and safety, food service, personnel management, and financial and administrative management. Current state and local food and alcohol certification or ability to obtain them.What We Offer:Our management benefits include: Competitive base salary and quarterly bonus program eligibility Comprehensive insurance and 401(k) with company match up to 3% Paid time off, dining discounts, and tuition reimbursement Career advancement opportunities at all levelsWe know we are only as good as our team, and that means YOU. Each team member helps set the pulse of the restaurant. Our goal is to bring Carolina Hospitality to our guests while creating a fun and chill atmosphere. Join our team and lets all succeed together!Apply today and let us be your first step into hospitality, a place to advance, or your final stop in a lifelong career!#LM1

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    Senior Community Manager - 2141  

    - Eugene

    Guardian has an immediate need for a Full Time Senior Community Manager to join an experienced and committed team at WestTown on 8th Apartments in Eugene, OR!WestTown on 8th is a beautiful 102 unit LIHTC community with 9 commercial live/work units.A Senior Community Manager’s primary role is to ensure that the property meets all ownership goals and objectives, to enforce Guardian Management policies and procedures, and to adhere to Fair Housing and Landlord Tenant Laws at all times. A Senior Community Manager is responsible for supervision of other property staff and vendors to provide outstanding customer service to the residents, maintain excellent curb appeal, provide well-timed and proactive property maintenance, safeguard the good financial health and stability of the property, confirm timely compliance with all government and property program requirements, and complete all required paperwork and reports on time. This position requires general knowledge of all property management duties and operations.The ideal candidate for this position will be extremely organized with strong attention to detail and be willing to enforce the community rules in a firm but respectful manner, exuding professionalism in all circumstances. Must have a strong background in property management (at least 3 years, required with an emphasis on affordable housing, specifically with the Tax Credit (LIHTC) program) and income certification paperwork, or transferrable experience. The Community Manager will supervise two part-time maintenance professionals.Schedule: 40 hours / week, Monday Friday.Compensation: $55,000-65,000/year DOE + Benefits!Housing: 2-bedroom unit included as a condition of employment.Benefits: Medical/Vision/Prescription Insurance, Dental Insurance, Medical/Dependent Care FSA, Life/AD& D Insurance, Employer-matched 401-K, PTO, Paid Holidays, Employee Assistance Program.Guardian provides a culture in which employees are encouraged to learn new skills and develop their existing strengths. Upward mobility is a reality here! We provide ample training and opportunity for anyone who desires to take their property management career to the next level! Interested in growing along with one of the leading property management companies in the Northwest? This could be the perfect opportunity for you!Minimum Qualification RequirementsThe requirements listed below are representative, but not exclusive of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.High school diploma or GED.At least three (3) years of experience managing a multi-family community.At least three (3) years of experience working with the specific property program(s) in place at the property (such as HUD, RD, or Tax Credit) or a combination thereof.At least one (1) year of prior supervisory experience of two (2) or more employees.Strong understanding of and willingness to enforce Fair Housing and Landlord Tenant Laws in the state of Oregon.Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills.Strong customer service skills.Strong mathematical skills and basic understanding of property budgets.Possess basic technology, internet and general computer use skills and willingness to learn new programs as needed.Ability to speak, read and write in English.Ability to communicate effectively and in a timely manner, both verbally and in writing.Ability to complete company training requirements for this position within pre-determined deadlines and attend other training sessions as required.Preferred QualificationsThe qualifications listed below are representative, but not exclusive of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.Previous experience working with the specific property program(s) in place at the property (such as HUD, RD, or Tax Credit)Hands on experience creating and adhering to property budgets; basic understanding of financial accounting.Previous experience working with Yardi Voyager or similar property management software.Own or have access to a reliable and properly insured vehicle for use in business transportation needs and possess/maintain a valid driver’s license.Essential FunctionsTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily with or without reasonable accommodations:Always represent Guardian in a positive and professional manner.Act as the company's primary coordinator to assure that the company’s efforts fully meet and exceed property management obligations.Manage all property operations in compliance with all local, state, and federal laws (Fair Housing, Landlord Tenant Laws, OSHA, etc).Under the direction of the Portfolio Manager, assist in the development of operating income/expense budgets and capital budgets that reflect the owner's objectives for operating the property, cash flow requirements and leasing strategy.Analyze and report monthly financial statements including operating variances from budget, cash management and strategies for collection of receivables in a timely manner.Administer budgets, review and analyze operations, and recommend corrective actions needed to maximize efficiency, owner and resident satisfaction, and profitability to Portfolio Manager.Ensure that the property operates in compliance with the affordable program requirements applicable to the property.Complete resident income certifications and re-certifications in a timely and accurate manner in order to maintain compliance with program funding and regulatory agency requirements.Coordinate collection and documentation of all revenues following lease obligations of tenants and Guardian’s policies on accounts receivable.Follow confidentiality guidelines for all resident, property, owner, and Guardian information at all times.Direct the day-to-day activities of other property staff. Develop, hire, discharge, evaluate performance, coach and discipline staff with direction from Portfolio Manager and Corporate HR Department.Accurately record time worked, adhere to time keeping guidelines including approving site staff time records on a daily basis.Administer leasing efforts including reviewing tenant billings, analyzing lease clauses, preparing vacancy reports, enforcing tenant compliance and performing landlord obligations.Identify leasing prospects and occasionally respond to routine leasing inquiries.Collect delinquent accounts according to legal guidelines and communicate with accounting department to ensure accuracy of rent roll and accounts receivable.Work with Portfolio Manager to identify, engage and supervise property vendors.Approve invoices for all goods/services required to maintain the property’s upkeep to company and owner standards and in accordance with property’s budget.Liaison with corporate departments to provide a team approach to the management of the property.Establish and maintain collaborative working relationships between departments and with coworkers. Prepare and lead all site staff meetings, including monthly safety meetings, and document meeting minutes to submit to the corporate office.Constantly strive for improvements in work process and results to better meet resident needs, ownership goals and objectives, and company standards and expectations.Other duties as assigned by the Portfolio Manager.Essential Functions (Continued)The following responsibilities may be shared with property’s Maintenance staff when applicable:Coordinate requests for repairs and maintenance, regularly inspect property and vacant apartments.Keep accurate records of property systems such as conditions including roof, HVAC, fire prevention/extinguishing systems, sprinklers, elevators, hazardous materials and conditions (i.E. asbestos and lead paint) and utilities.Bid work for property improvement, as needed, and as directed by Portfolio Manager.Participate in all property inspections by preparing documentation, answering questions, and touring the property with the inspector.Develop and maintain a system/plan for emergency services available to staff and residents both during and outside business hours.Guardian – Company DescriptionGuardian is a developer, owner, and operator of multifamily properties, providing innovative real estate solutions dedicated to community and housing for all. Based in the Pacific Northwest, our customer-focused team is committed to supporting and lifting the communities we serve. Since 2002, Guardian has developed or acquired 11,000 multifamily units and 350,000 square feet of commercial space. With more than 350 team members, our management portfolio consists of 110 communities across four states.The Guardian Experience – Our PeopleProperty Management is our strength. People have always been our passion. Our team is, and has always been, actively engaged in superior real estate management and enhancing the communities in which we live and work. In this economy, companies come and go. As a third-generation, family owned firm, Guardian’s growth and stability has evolved the company into a leading Pacific Northwest real estate management and investment firm.Guardian OffersIn addition to competitive salaries, 401(k), Paid Time Off and paid Holidays, we offer a culture in which individuals work and participate in collaborative team environments and are encouraged to continue to grow both professionally and personally.AAP/EEO StatementThis institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, found online at http://www.Ascr.Usda.Gov/complaint_filing_cust.Html, or at any USDA office, or call (866)632-9992 to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the information requested in the form. Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, or by fax at (202) 690-7442.

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    Assistant Manager  

    - Jacksonville

    Casey's is *PUMPED *to say we are growing! We are *HIRING IMMEDIATELY* for a full-time *Assistant Store Manager* position in your area. *DONUT *miss this chance to grab your *SLICE *of opportunity with us!*What's in it for you?** DailyPay Get paid on YOUR schedule* 401(k)* Health, Dental and Vision Insurance* Paid Bonding Leave* Paid Time Off* Life Insurance / Stock Purchase Plan* Team Member Perks Program* Discount on prepared food & FREE fountain drinks* Customizable career path*Casey's is hiring for the following roles: **Store Team Member* In this role, you are the welcoming face every guest sees when they visit our stores. Your mission will be ensuring the store is stocked and clean, running the cash register and operating kitchen equipment to prepare food items like our amazing donuts! You will also learn multiple responsibilities through cross-training in all store functions. The more you know, the more we grow!*Store Management* Roles include Kitchen Manager, Shift Leader, Assistant Store Manager & Store Manager. As a leader, you play a vital role in creating the fun and helpful store atmosphere that shows Casey's cares for our guests, communities, and each other! These positions assist with all aspects of operating a successful Casey's store, including team management, guest service, merchandising and food preparation. We offer a customizable career path to help you continue to grow as a manager and leader.*What We're Looking For: *The good news is that we will teach you everything you need to know to succeed on the job. Previous customer service or cashier experience is a plus but if you have the will, we'll teach the skill. The things we look for are:* You're at least 16 years old.* You treat people the way they want to be treated.* You work hard to be the best and have a good time doing it!At Casey's, we are here to make life better for communities and guests every day and that starts with a great team. Our Team Members are the face of Casey's, providing world-class guest service and made from scratch food items like our award-winning pizza. All positions provide you the opportunity to be cross-trained and developed so you can build a better future for yourself and for Casey's.Job Type: Full-timePay: From $16.00 per hourBenefits:* 401(k)* 401(k) matching* Dental insurance* Employee discount* Flexible schedule* Flexible spending account* Health insurance* Paid time off* Parental leave* Retirement plan* Tuition reimbursement* Vision insuranceShift:* Day shift* Evening shift* Morning shiftWeekly day range:* Rotating weekends* Weekend availabilityWork Location: One location

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    Care Manager  

    Overview:Care Managers provide care management services to support Care Design New York’s (“CDNY”) model of care as well as Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (“OPWDD”) and New York State Department of Health’s (“NYSDOH”) regulatory requirements. The Care Manager assists individuals with intellectual and or developmental disabilities through the person-centered planning process to identify an individual’s short and long-term goals and, priorities through developing, implementing, and monitoring person-centered service plans (Life Plans) using individuals health risk assessments and other clinical, social, and functional information to meet individual’s needs and preferences. Also, responsible for serving as the lead of the individual’s Interdisciplinary Team (“IDT”).Here's a quick clip from one of our Care Managers, Paula, telling you about how the position has affected her and helped her grow!At Care Design NY (CDNY) we share in a unified organizational culture and the work we do is in furtherance of our collective ability to achieve our shared organizational purpose, vision, mission, and values as stated below:Purpose Connecting people to their chosen supports to live a healthy and meaningful life.Vision – We see a world that is accepting, inclusive, and promotes positive health for all individuals with intellectual and /or developmental Disabilities (I/DD).Mission – Our mission is twofold: to provide compassionate, skilled person-centered care planning that includes a holistic approach to health and wellness, and to advocate for a disability inclusive world.Values Committed We are committed to developing successful employees across the organization so members and families can receive high-quality supports.Compassionate We are compassionate about creating open, honest relationships through collaboration, active listening, and showing empathy for others.Connected We are connected to each other through a sense of belonging that enriches the work environment and shapes a positive experience for members and families.All full-time positions come with generous benefits including: health, vision and dental insurance, paid time off, $3000 tuition reimbursement per calendar year, and up to $250 of professional development courses! CDNY is also a qualifying employer under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.Click here to view our current benefits summary.Travel is primarily local during the business day. Reliable transportation is needed, and a valid driver's license may be required depending on location. Geographic limitations may apply.Responsibilities:Responsible for all care management duties and providing comprehensive care coordination, including monitoring the Participant’s Life Plans according to everyone’s unique needs and circumstances.Responsible for scheduling, leading and actively collaborating with the Participant and IDT to conduct meetings and assessments ensuring the development of a comprehensive Life Plan that reflects the person’s needs and desired life goals.Utilizing planning tools such as I AM, Council of Quality and Leadership, Personal Outcome Measure, the Coordinated Assessment System, Developmental Disability Profile, the Level of Care, the Comprehensive Emergency Plan, Environmental Assessment, and Care Giver Adequacy Assessment.Implement, update, and monitor Life Plan(s) and facilitate individualized Life Plan reviews and approval processes at a minimum of every six months or when a trigger event occurs.Ensure integration of all needed and preferred supports and services (i.E., medical, behavioral, social, habilitation, dental, psychosocial, and community-based, and facility-based long-term supports and services, etc.).Communicate with IDT, physicians, and other providers at regular intervals to monitor and update Life Plan(s) and to advocate for participant needs and preferences.Provide education to participants, caregivers, circles of support, IDTs, and other stakeholders.Maintain participant Life Plan and health risk assessment information in a secure system and meet all confidentiality requirements.Conduct in-person visits per OPWDD requirements.Flexibility in work schedule is required, with some evening and, or weekend hours as needed.Promote CDNY’s mission and values.Utilize a person-centered approach supporting an individual’s preferences and desires to promote reaching their highest level of independence.Maintain ongoing contact with the critical people in a participant’s life, as appropriate.Ensure timely submission of all documentation (Life Plan, Progress notes, etc.) per regulated time frames.Assist Individuals in ensuring the maintenance of entitlements, including recertifications. Guardianship, informed decision making.Care Managers are expected to assist individuals with maintaining benefits such as Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Medicaid and Medicare coverage, and Food Stamps.Monitoring benefits for individuals whose representative payee is the agency operating their certified residence and assisting individuals with their benefits, when the individual does not have a representative payee or when the non-residential representative payee requests assistance.Assist individuals to resolve problems in living such as housing, utilities, the judicial system, and general safety.Responsible for advocating for and with an individual to ensure informed decision making, informed consent, and guardianship that is appropriately carried out.Meet all training requirements on time.Report abuse or neglect immediately when observed or reported.May be required to provide transportation for individuals based on their unique needs. (i.E., Doctor’s appointments, planning meetings, etc.)Qualifications:Care Managers who serve individuals with I/DD must meet the following qualifications:A Bachelor’s degree with 2+ years of relevant experience, ORA License as a Registered Nurse with 2+ years of relevant experience, which can include any employment experience and is not limited to case management/service coordination duties, ORA Master’s degree with 1+ year of relevant experience.Strong communication skills, including verbal and written communication skills, along with strong interpersonal and organizational skills also required.Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and verbal and written communication skills required.Care Design NY and Partnership Solutions provide equal employment opportunities to all. We celebrate the qualities that make each of us unique and greatly value how they enrich the work we do. As such, we welcome candidates of color, candidates who identify as gender diverse, neurodiverse candidates, and candidates of all ages with diverse lived experiences and perspectives to apply.Salary starting at: $25.50 / hour Salary up to: $27.94 / hour

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    Care Manager  

    - Islip

    Overview:Care Managers provide care management services to support Care Design New York’s (“CDNY”) model of care as well as Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (“OPWDD”) and New York State Department of Health’s (“NYSDOH”) regulatory requirements. The Care Manager assists individuals with intellectual and or developmental disabilities through the person-centered planning process to identify an individual’s short and long-term goals and, priorities through developing, implementing, and monitoring person-centered service plans (Life Plans) using individuals health risk assessments and other clinical, social, and functional information to meet individual’s needs and preferences. Also, responsible for serving as the lead of the individual’s Interdisciplinary Team (“IDT”).Here's a quick clip from one of our Care Managers, Rebekah, talking about the positive impact she's had during the pandemic!At Care Design NY (CDNY) we share in a unified organizational culture and the work we do is in furtherance of our collective ability to achieve our shared organizational purpose, vision, mission, and values as stated below:Purpose Connecting people to their chosen supports to live a healthy and meaningful life.Vision – We see a world that is accepting, inclusive, and promotes positive health for all individuals with intellectual and /or developmental Disabilities (I/DD).Mission – Our mission is twofold: to provide compassionate, skilled person-centered care planning that includes a holistic approach to health and wellness, and to advocate for a disability inclusive world.Values Committed We are committed to developing successful employees across the organization so members and families can receive high-quality supports.Compassionate We are compassionate about creating open, honest relationships through collaboration, active listening, and showing empathy for others.Connected We are connected to each other through a sense of belonging that enriches the work environment and shapes a positive experience for members and families.All full-time positions come with generous benefits including: health, vision and dental insurance, paid time off, $3000 tuition reimbursement per calendar year, and up to $250 of professional development courses! CDNY is also a qualifying employer under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.Click here to view our current benefits summary.Travel is primarily local during the business day. Reliable transportation is needed, and a valid driver's license may be required depending on location. Geographic limitations may apply.Responsibilities:Responsible for all care management duties and providing comprehensive care coordination, including monitoring the Participant’s Life Plans according to everyone’s unique needs and circumstances.Responsible for scheduling, leading and actively collaborating with the Participant and IDT to conduct meetings and assessments ensuring the development of a comprehensive Life Plan that reflects the person’s needs and desired life goals.Utilizing planning tools such as I AM, Council of Quality and Leadership, Personal Outcome Measure, the Coordinated Assessment System, Developmental Disability Profile, the Level of Care, the Comprehensive Emergency Plan, Environmental Assessment, and Care Giver Adequacy Assessment.Implement, update, and monitor Life Plan(s) and facilitate individualized Life Plan reviews and approval processes at a minimum of every six months or when a trigger event occurs.Ensure integration of all needed and preferred supports and services (i.E., medical, behavioral, social, habilitation, dental, psychosocial, and community-based, and facility-based long-term supports and services, etc.).Communicate with IDT, physicians, and other providers at regular intervals to monitor and update Life Plan(s) and to advocate for participant needs and preferences.Provide education to participants, caregivers, circles of support, IDTs, and other stakeholders.Maintain participant Life Plan and health risk assessment information in a secure system and meet all confidentiality requirements.Conduct in-person visits per OPWDD requirements.Flexibility in work schedule is required, with some evening and, or weekend hours as needed.Promote CDNY’s mission and values.Utilize a person-centered approach supporting an individual’s preferences and desires to promote reaching their highest level of independence.Maintain ongoing contact with the critical people in a participant’s life, as appropriate.Ensure timely submission of all documentation (Life Plan, Progress notes, etc.) per regulated time frames.Assist Individuals in ensuring the maintenance of entitlements, including recertifications. Guardianship, informed decision making.Care Managers are expected to assist individuals with maintaining benefits such as Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Medicaid and Medicare coverage, and Food Stamps.Monitoring benefits for individuals whose representative payee is the agency operating their certified residence and assisting individuals with their benefits, when the individual does not have a representative payee or when the non-residential representative payee requests assistance.Assist individuals to resolve problems in living such as housing, utilities, the judicial system, and general safety.Responsible for advocating for and with an individual to ensure informed decision making, informed consent, and guardianship that is appropriately carried out.Meet all training requirements on time.Report abuse or neglect immediately when observed or reported.May be required to provide transportation for individuals based on their unique needs. (i.E., Doctor’s appointments, planning meetings, etc.)Qualifications:Care Managers who serve individuals with I/DD must meet the following qualifications:A Bachelor’s degree with 2+ years of relevant experience, ORA License as a Registered Nurse with 2+ years of relevant experience, which can include any employment experience and is not limited to case management/service coordination duties, ORA Master’s degree with 1+ year of relevant experience.Strong communication skills, including verbal and written communication skills, along with strong interpersonal and organizational skills also required.Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and verbal and written communication skills required.Care Design NY and Partnership Solutions provide equal employment opportunities to all. We celebrate the qualities that make each of us unique and greatly value how they enrich the work we do. As such, we welcome candidates of color, candidates who identify as gender diverse, neurodiverse candidates, and candidates of all ages with diverse lived experiences and perspectives to apply.Salary starting at: $25.50 / hour Salary up to: $27.94 / hour

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    Conco Services LLC is looking for a Regional Account Manager for our Western Power Generation Markets.With hundreds of people working around the world, the Conco team is global, diverse and passionate about delivering quality products and services to our customers. In condenser cleaning, nondestructive testing, leak detection or office-based positions, Conco offers a wide variety of opportunities on which to build a valuable and rewarding career!At Conco we offer competitive salary, health, vision, and dental coverage, 401K, and great opportunities for advancement. If you're looking for employment with a long-recognized company throughout the power industry with over 99 years' experience apply now!What the job entails:Generate revenue by selling Conco's services. This includes some existing accounts and significant prospecting for new accounts.Selling the company's services to customers located within a specific geographic territory and or named accounts.Maintain existing accounts and expand services sold to these accounts.Cold calling new accounts to expand customer base.Demonstrate services and participate in trade shows and conferences.Multi-State travel required to meet with customers.Experience/Skills & EducationCollege degree preferred High School Diploma or GED required.Minimum 3-5 years sales experience (power generation industry highly preferred, industrial sales preferred).Valid Driver's License with a good driving record.Equivalent combination of experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.Strong customer service and communication skills (both orally and written).Ability to travel throughout the country, which may include overnight travel and occasional weekends.Solid knowledge of computer applications including Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.Are you ready to join our team?If you have an engaging personality and love to win, take the next step and apply.

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    Pre-Clinical Project Manager  

    - Brooklyn

    HistoWiz is a biotechnology company with offices in NYC and Miami that processes tissue specimens, digitizes the results, and provides a proprietary platform for online viewing, sharing, and searching of the images for researchers in academia and industry. We are the largest online histopathology service company with over 1,000 paying customers globally from top academic institutions (e.G. MSKCC, Harvard, Stanford, CDC) and pharmaceutical companies (e.G. CRISPR, Johnson & Johnson, Regeneron).We are looking for an assertive and motivated Client Facing Project Manager to manage top client projects from academia, pharma and CROs. You will apply your skills to guide client projects from beginning to end with timeliness and quality in order to build strong client relationships.Responsibilities:Establish, maintain and grow client satisfaction and retention rateResponsible for overall project management: on-time, on-budget completion of client projects within quality specificationsPlan the timeline for each project and setup ongoing communication through the duration of the projectProvide weekly updates to top client projectsWorking with Area Sales Managers to identity key client projects with both trial orders and complex/large orders involving multiple service departmentsAssisting the sales team with technical issuesServing as the central point of contact and manage within and across department contributors to successful delivery of client projectsWork across functional teams and assists with coordination of resources to set proper expectations to customersPrepare SOWs and RFPs with timelines and quotesRequirementsThe ability to convey clear expectations to clients, and driving project completion with timeliness and expected quality will be key metrics for success. The candidate should be able to organize and prioritize tasks, work both independently and collaboratively with the team including technicians, sales and customer service staff, pathologists, and senior management.Minimum of 3 years of experience in Project Management at a CRO or pharma or an advanced degree (e.G. Ph.D., M.D.)In-depth technical knowledge as well as Excellent written and oral communication skillsTime management and prioritization skillsMeticulous attention to detailsAdditional experience in immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence, in-situ hybridization, image analysis, histology and pathology is a plusAssay development and optimization, GLP knowledge, implementation and trouble-shooting of customer project demands is highly preferredBenefitsThe right candidate will have the opportunity for fast professional growth and career development, be involved with other areas of the company, and contribute to an exciting biotech startup from the ground up.We believe in investing in our employees’ professional development and encourage networking within the bioscience, tech, and startup communities for all our employees and collaborators. Above all, we look to foster strong team values, where we support each other through this fast-paced, ever-growing environment. Compensation is top-notch and generous equity is available for outstanding employees, commensurate with the impact you have within our organization and for the scientific community overall.100% coverage on employee health, vision and dental insuranceSTARTUP NY benefits (exempt from New York State and NYC personal income tax, ~10-15% salary)Parental leaveLife InsuranceFlexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and Health Savings Account (HSA)401k matching3 weeks PTO

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    Marketing Manager  

    - Plymouth

    Matrix Home Solutions is recognized as a Top 50 awardee of the Top 500 companies in America for home remodeling! We are the fastest growing bathroom and basement remodeling company in the country. We offer high quality home solutions backed by excellent service and a lifetime warranty. Expect nothing less than high value remodeling with Matrix.If you’re looking for a winning culture with upward mobility and an average earning of $152K than do not hesitate to prove your candidacy.As a Marketing Manager, you will play a critical role in hiring new marketing associates, training, and coaching in each territory, and prioritizing efforts to optimize results.The main responsibility of this position is to guide and coach new employees to ensure they can generate the appropriate number of leads needed for our sales staff at the most cost effective means possible. The Marketing Manager ensures that department lead generation and sales goals are met.This is a perfect opportunity to step into a $340B industry with one of Americas most awarded home remodeling companies.DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Manage and work Open House ProgramManage and work trade shows and eventsHire and recruiting promotional staff membersAssist with Event Tear down and setupQUALIFICATIONS:BA in Marketing or related fieldSales AcumenOrganizational Skills, Outgoing Personality, Professional AcumenBackground in customer facing positions – past exp in similar role preferred.Workplace: HybridWork Schedule: 40 hours a week guaranteed.Weekends RequiredPay: $40,0000 $60,000 base with OTE of $150K per yearLocation: Detroit Metropolitan AreaFull Benefits(401K, Medical, Vision & Dental)80 hours ofPTO#Matrixsponsored

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    Complex Care Manager Rn Or Msw  

    - Trenton

    Overview:10510Responsibilities:Documents clinical record, comprehensive assessment of patient needs including barriers to timely discharge, clinical interventions, support and appropriate community resources according to policy and utilizing recognized format, such as, assessment, intervention, and plan. Documents clinical record appropriate interventions including assessment, plans, and referrals in the discharge planning process.Documents in clinical record all referrals and clinical interventions related to abuse, neglect, domestic violence, alcohol and substance abuse, crisis intervention. Performs educational sessions for health care team related to abuse/neglect issues and reporting of same. Documents staff interventions in clinical record.Updates the health care team on the progress of managing the social and financial barriers that delay appropriate transitions during multidisciplinary rounds, length of stay meetings, and medical record documentation.Advocates for appropriate services for complex patients with payor and providers of post-acute care service, community service and other services in order to optimize patient outcome.Leads complex care rounds and organizes and participates in family meetings with providers and the multidisciplinary team to coordinate transition of care.Manages contract patients discharged from the hospital to ensure the post acute facility is working in the best interest of the patient and the hospital system.Prepares all documents for guardianship proceedings including investigator reports, medical and psychiatric notes and documents required from the legal department.Uses culturally competent skills to assess individual patient needs and refers to appropriate professional staff when necessary. Identifies barriers and plans for intervention to overcome or lessen barriers to achieve outcome as evidenced by treatment plan.Performs other duties as assigned.Requirements:Master's degree in Social Work (MSW) or Registered Nurse (RN).Three years experience in a clinical setting performing clinical social work or case management.AHA BLS Healthcare Provider,Social Worker LicensedExcellent communication,conflict management,organizational and planning skillsClinical training in a medical/clinical environment; knowledge of spreadsheet and word precessing software, case management and patient information systems.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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    Overview:Care Managers provide care management services to support Care Design New York’s (“CDNY”) model of care as well as Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (“OPWDD”) and New York State Department of Health’s (“NYSDOH”) regulatory requirements. The Care Manager assists individuals with intellectual and or developmental disabilities through the person-centered planning process to identify an individual’s short and long-term goals and, priorities through developing, implementing, and monitoring person-centered service plans (Life Plans) using individuals health risk assessments and other clinical, social, and functional information to meet individual’s needs and preferences. Also, responsible for serving as the lead of the individual’s Interdisciplinary Team (“IDT”).Here's a quick clip from one of our Care Managers, Marcella, talking about how supportive a place Care Design NY is to work!At Care Design NY (CDNY) we share in a unified organizational culture and the work we do is in furtherance of our collective ability to achieve our shared organizational purpose, vision, mission, and values as stated below:Purpose Connecting people to their chosen supports to live a healthy and meaningful life.Vision – We see a world that is accepting, inclusive, and promotes positive health for all individuals with intellectual and /or developmental Disabilities (I/DD).Mission – Our mission is twofold: to provide compassionate, skilled person-centered care planning that includes a holistic approach to health and wellness, and to advocate for a disability inclusive world.Values Committed We are committed to developing successful employees across the organization so members and families can receive high-quality supports.Compassionate We are compassionate about creating open, honest relationships through collaboration, active listening, and showing empathy for others.Connected We are connected to each other through a sense of belonging that enriches the work environment and shapes a positive experience for members and families.All full-time positions come with generous benefits including: health, vision and dental insurance, paid time off, $3000 tuition reimbursement per calendar year, and up to $250 of professional development courses! CDNY is also a qualifying employer under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.Click here to view our current benefits summary.Travel is primarily local during the business day. Reliable transportation is needed, and a valid driver's license may be required depending on location.Responsibilities:Responsible for all care management duties and providing comprehensive care coordination, including monitoring the Participant’s Life Plans according to everyone’s unique needs and circumstances.Responsible for scheduling, leading and actively collaborating with the Participant and IDT to conduct meetings and assessments ensuring the development of a comprehensive Life Plan that reflects the person’s needs and desired life goals.Utilizing planning tools such as I AM, Council of Quality and Leadership, Personal Outcome Measure, the Coordinated Assessment System, Developmental Disability Profile, the Level of Care, the Comprehensive Emergency Plan, Environmental Assessment, and Care Giver Adequacy Assessment.Implement, update, and monitor Life Plan(s) and facilitate individualized Life Plan reviews and approval processes at a minimum of every six months or when a trigger event occurs.Ensure integration of all needed and preferred supports and services (i.E., medical, behavioral, social, habilitation, dental, psychosocial, and community-based, and facility-based long-term supports and services, etc.).Communicate with IDT, physicians, and other providers at regular intervals to monitor and update Life Plan(s) and to advocate for participant needs and preferences.Provide education to participants, caregivers, circles of support, IDTs, and other stakeholders.Maintain participant Life Plan and health risk assessment information in a secure system and meet all confidentiality requirements.Conduct in-person visits per OPWDD requirements.Flexibility in work schedule is required, with some evening and, or weekend hours as needed.Promote CDNY’s mission and values.Utilize a person-centered approach supporting an individual’s preferences and desires to promote reaching their highest level of independence.Maintain ongoing contact with the critical people in a participant’s life, as appropriate.Ensure timely submission of all documentation (Life Plan, Progress notes, etc.) per regulated time frames.Assist Individuals in ensuring the maintenance of entitlements, including recertifications. Guardianship, informed decision making.Care Managers are expected to assist individuals with maintaining benefits such as Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Medicaid and Medicare coverage, and Food Stamps.Monitoring benefits for individuals whose representative payee is the agency operating their certified residence and assisting individuals with their benefits, when the individual does not have a representative payee or when the non-residential representative payee requests assistance.Assist individuals to resolve problems in living such as housing, utilities, the judicial system, and general safety.Responsible for advocating for and with an individual to ensure informed decision making, informed consent, and guardianship that is appropriately carried out.Meet all training requirements on time.Report abuse or neglect immediately when observed or reported.May be required to provide transportation for individuals based on their unique needs. (i.E., Doctor’s appointments, planning meetings, etc.)Qualifications:Care Managers who serve individuals with I/DD must meet the following qualifications:A Bachelor’s degree with 2+ years of relevant experience, ORA License as a Registered Nurse with 2+ years of relevant experience, which can include any employment experience and is not limited to case management/service coordination duties, ORA Master’s degree with 1+ year of relevant experience.Strong communication skills, including verbal and written communication skills, along with strong interpersonal and organizational skills also required.Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and verbal and written communication skills required.Care Design NY and Partnership Solutions provide equal employment opportunities to all. We celebrate the qualities that make each of us unique and greatly value how they enrich the work we do. As such, we welcome candidates of color, candidates who identify as gender diverse, neurodiverse candidates, and candidates of all ages with diverse lived experiences and perspectives to apply.Salary starting at: $28.80 / hour Salary up to: $31.24 / hour


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