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    Assistant Store Manager  

    - New Kent

    Job Summary:The Operations Manager (Assistant Store Manager) will lead team members and the operation of the store in partnership with the store manager and senior leadership. This individual must possess excellent customer service skills to respond to the needs of customers and team members. The ideal candidate must be self-motivated and ready to assist the store manager with any tasks at hand. This position is a high-potential role that leads a store manager and area manager positions.Job Responsibilities:Assisting the store manager.Providing excellent customer service.Completes any store duties as needed.Assisting in merchandising.Providing a safe and clean store environment.Serving and greeting all customers.Resolving customer complaints.Maintaining a neat and clean appearance.Ensuring customers are of proper age to purchase alcohol and tobacco.Keeping track of inventory.Initiating and implementing programs.Assists in the enforcement of company policies.Any additional task that may be needed.Job Qualifications:High School Diploma is required.3 years of retail experience.Previous experience leading teams is preferred.Job Requirements:Must be at least 21 years of age.Have a positive and can-do attitude.Able to multitask and possess critical decision-making skills.Leadership and communication skills.Ability to motivate your team.Must be able to crawl, kneel, squat, and climb.Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds on a regular basis, unassisted.Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time.Pit Stop is proud to offer a multitude of benefits for its employees and their families, these benefits include the following:A diverse, family-oriented company culture that promotes a healthy work/life balanceA 401K with both Roth and Traditional pre-tax options, managed through Empower with a company match of 25% up to 6% of your annual incomeMedical Insurance coverage through Anthem – 3 plan options availableHealth Savings Account available through qualifying medical plansDental Insurance coverage through Delta Dental – 2 plan options availableVision Insurance coverage through EyeMed.Flexible Spending AccountTuition ReimbursementApprenticeship Training ProgramsEmployee Discounts on Woodfin servicesScholarship opportunities for employees and their immediate familyOpportunities for cross training and career developmentPaid Vacation and PTO available upon hireEmployee Assistance ProgramAt Pit Stop we are committed to cultivating an environment of mutual respect and inclusion. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, gender, pregnancy, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.All aspects of employment will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs, including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge.

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    Commercial Insurance Branch Manager  

    - Palmdale

    SUMMARY:The Branch Office Manager is responsible for the supervision of the service, claims, and administrative staff, ensuring complete customer satisfaction, as well as planning/organizing workflow and monitoring performance standards. The Branch Office Manager will be responsible for assisting in the production of new and renewal accounts, in keeping with agency and individual producer goals, as well as assisting clients with service and sales needs, making changes to existing accounts, meeting service and sales delivery standards, and performing essential functions to achieve the quality service and sales standards developed by the agency. The Branch Office Manager will assist the Producer(s), as needed, in handling and processing new and renewal commercial business and maintaining high service standards.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:Staff SupervisionProvide supervision to all assigned colleagues, including cross-training, performance management, training and development, coaching, and disciplinary actionMonitor and evaluate the efficiency and quality of staff production, to ensure excellent internal and external customer satisfactionProactively address, resolve and monitor staff issues, demonstrating and fostering good morale within the departmentEvaluate, update and report on recruiting issues, such as workflow, staff, etc.Provide a confident leadership presence, demonstrating a positive outlook and motivating employees, by promoting individual excellence and achievement, as well as a team conceptServe as the escalation point for difficult customer situations with staff, and provide direction and coaching, intervening where warrantedWork with building management company to ensure a safe, clean and attractive work environment; arrange for repair of office equipmentProvide management and staff with reports, as required, to assist in workflow, production, and profitAssist with budget development and administration of office expenditures, layout, and ordering of office supplies and furnitureAssist with the development of workflows, procedures, and policies affecting staff; monitor implementation to ensure high-quality service and compliance with agency standards; perform audits and address any problem areas with staffKeep abreast of all new sales programs and effectively communicate with staffProvide team leadership skills for Account Managers and Assistant Account Managers and assist in Mentoring and Training programAssist department in meeting training and overall department education objectivesAccount ManagementMarket, service, develop and retain assigned accounts; meet established account development and retention objectives, as well as a targeted mix of business, underwriting guidelines, and volume commitmentsMeet with clients, when necessary, and perform risk analysis surveys, obtain renewal information, complete applications, obtain markets, deliver policies, coordinate efforts of loss control or other services, and resolve service problemsEffectively use agency management systems to maintain client files and to perform all transactionsRequest renewals, endorsements, and other needed data from the companies and insuredsSolicit Producer assistance, as needed, in order to issue proper coverage in a timely, efficient manner; bind coverage within agency underwriting authorityCheck new and renewal policies, endorsements, audits, and cancellations and promptly handle for accuracy in rating, coverage, and input in the system to generate billing invoices and quality products for our customersObtain renewal information, complete applications, obtain markets, deliver policies, coordinate efforts of loss control or other services, collect payments, and resolve service problemsRetain and develop accounts by making recommendations regarding the risk to the customer for the most cost-effective and proper insurance coverage, preparing proposals, evaluating and recommending other lines, and providing additional resources for the client as neededNegotiate with the insurance companies for the most proper coverage options and competitive priceAssist the Producer in preparing/making presentations on insurance programs on key accounts/prospectsRefer current and prospective clients to Employee Benefits Department and to the Personal Insurance Department for solicitation of those lines of businessParticipate in seminars and other training to maintain required licenses and for knowledge and skill developmentADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:This job description is intended to describe the level of work required of the person performing the position. Essential functions are outlined; however, other duties may be assigned, as needs arise, or as necessary to support the essential functions. Specific performance objectives may be developed each year to measure the performance of the tasks and functions listed in this job description.KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:Thorough, demonstrated understanding of commercial underwriting and coveragesPossession of strong commercial lines product knowledge and knowledge of insurance markets and reference to markets/underwritingStrong PC skills, with a focus on the Microsoft Suite of products (Word, Excel, Outlook, Teams, etc.) as well as the ability to effectively utilize agency management systemsThorough understanding of agency workflow and processesAbility to work within a fast-paced, changing priority environmentAbility to maximize staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining staff; encouraging and supporting professional development; coordinating and ensuring effective utilization of systems; ensuring adherence to policies, procedures, and productivity standardsSelf-motivated, with the initiative to prioritize and be self-directedRegular and punctual attendance is requiredAbility to communicate effectively, both verbally, and in writingExcellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to interact effectively with both colleagues, and managers, across all levelsAbility to promote, and maintain a teamQUALIFICATIONS:5-7 Years previous account management and/or underwriting experience in commercial lines preferred3-5 Years of previous supervisory experience preferredBachelor's degree in business/management preferredPossession of, or the ability quickly obtain, all licenses as required by the State Department of Insurance requiredCPCU or CIC designation(s) preferredWORKING CONDITIONS AND REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS:Fast-paced, multi-tasking, office environment with periodic high disruption and changing prioritiesAbility to perform approximately 80% sedentary work, exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally, and negligible force frequentlyAbility to lift up to 20 pounds occasionallyRequires operation of a computer workstation, including keyboard and video displayAll requirements may be modified to reasonably accommodate physical or mental impairmentCompensation and BenefitsThe expected base compensation for this role is $68,006 to $118,172.The base compensation offered will be determined on a case-by-case basis accounting for the applicant’s experience, skills, certifications, education, and location. In addition to the base compensation, this position may be eligible for additional performance-based incentive compensation which can be discussed during the interview process. In addition to compensation, INSURICA offers a competitive total awards package including health and welfare benefits, paid time off, volunteer time off, tuition assistance, 401(k), and employee assistance plans. Thanks to our colleagues, INSURICA also provides an award-winning culture, being named the Best Independent Agency to Work for in America by Insurance Journal in 2022

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    Quality Control Manager, Lvv  

    - Cranbury

    Work at ROCKET PHARMA and help cure rare diseases!Rocket Pharma is a fully integrated, clinical-stage company advancing gene therapies with curative potential for multiple rare childhood diseases. Rocket places enormous value on people and considers team member progress and well-being to be as important as the progress of its pipeline. We are looking for hands-on team players who enjoy collaborating with colleagues. We share a passion for seeking gene therapy cures for devastating diseases and making a difference for patients. This is an opportunity to become an integral part of a small, highly productive team and to help grow an entrepreneurial, scientifically driven organization that is increasingly recognized as a leading biotechnology innovator. In addition to a competitive compensation package featuring a generous 401K match and stock options, the position includes excellent health benefits.Be an architect of world-class Quality!As the regulatory environment for cell and gene therapy continues to evolve, patients are counting on developers’ culture and quality systems to deliver safe and effective products. The Rocket Quality team is a pioneer in this territory, applying efficient, effective, and compliant approaches to support a growing pipeline of five active clinical programs using both AAV and LV platforms. In a new, state-of-the-art R& D and Manufacturing facility, the Quality organization works to develop and validate the latest analytic technologies while building and continually improving quality systems that serve a robust pipeline of curative gene and cell therapies.Rocket Pharma is a company bringing hope and relief to patients with undertreated rare diseases through the development and commercialization of curative first-in-class gene therapies. We are seeking a Quality Control, Manager LVV with the responsibility to support clinical manufacturing of a range of LVV Gene Therapy products.Responsibilities:Perform method optimization/validation and transfer of analytical methods that include but not limited to: Cell-based assays and ImmunoassaysExperience required in PCR and Flow cytometry.Support QC testing of LVV In-process and final product.Follow up the ongoing external testing at CTOs and CDMOs.Support LVV Stability Programs as needed.Characterize and qualify reference standard and control materials.Handle cell line expansion, characterization, banking and cryopreservation.Author and review technical documents (protocols, reports, SOPs, test methods, memos and Impact Assessment).Work with cross functional peers to meet company’s deadlines.Perform QC data review, generate CoAs and all related QC documents for QC release of products in accordance to Rocket’s procedure.Assure that all required QC records (testing, methods, protocols, reports and raw data) are generated and approved.Work with CMC and regulatory to provide Analytical information.Train and assist Junior QC associates in their functions.Requirements:PhD in Molecular Biology or Cell Biology with 2+ years of experience; M.S. in Biology, Molecular biology, Immunology with 8+ years of industry experience or BS in Biology, Immunology with 10+ years of relevant experience in QC or equivalent experience in biotechnology industry.Preferred experience with Gene/Cell therapy products for clinical and commercial.Ability to work independently and make decision.Thorough knowledge of cGMPs (CFR/ICH/EU) and applicable international regulations and guidelines as they apply to drug manufacturing and aseptic processing.Strong analytical skills to troubleshoot and investigate issues from the testing.Ability to think critically and demonstrate problem solving skills.Leadership experience and project management skills to support a multi-project environment in small biotech.Ability to interact, cooperate and motivate across departments and functions.Effectively works in a fast-paced pharmaceutical environment with prior start-up experience preferred.Handle issues appropriately and with a sense of urgency.Possesses a positive, can-do attitude and creatively solves problems.A diverse workforce fosters innovation and strengthens Rocket’s business. We ensure equal opportunity without discrimination or harassment in the workplace on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, citizenship, status as a protected veteran, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable local, state, and federal laws.Full COVID-19 vaccination is required for employment at Rocket Pharmaceuticals.

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    Manager Clinical Pharmacy  

    - Trenton

    Overview:Position #12885Directs the clinical pharmacctivities of the department to ensure safe and cost-effective medication management of all patients at Capital Health. Manages all clinical pharmacists and clinical specialists in daily clinical activities including rounding, unit coverage, and representation on health-system committees. Leads medication education and drug information dissemination to all healthcare practitioners. Works in collaboration with the pharmacy leadership team in developing and supporting quality initiatives through data management and analysis. Designs and implements policies and procedures to effectively utilize medications to optimize patient care. Assumes staff pharmacist responsibilities as necessary to assure adequate functionality of department operations.Responsibilities:Coordinates clinical pharmacy activities and direct patient care services for entire health system. Responds to consultations for pharmacy interventions and makes appropriate evidence-based, patient-centered medication therapy recommendations.Manages activities of clinical pharmacists and clinical pharmacy specialists within the system-wide Pharmacy Department. Ensures proper drug utilization by adherence to formulary criteria and pharmacy policies. Supervises, develops, and supports clinical pathways and quality assurance programs.Interprets, evaluates, and accurately processes drug orders for patients receiving care in any Capital Health setting. Develops policies and procedures to ensure effective medication management.Initiates appropriate medication therapy based on age, disease, and drug considerations for neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patient populations. Actively intervenes to assure therapy is individualized based on medication factors and patient’s physical and psychological parameters.Identifies and resolves problems with medication orders or therapeutic regimens. Clarifies issues with prescribers and suggests order adjustments or alternative medication therapies when needed to prevent adverse events or adhere to institutional policies.Provides concise, comprehensive, and timely responses to requests for drug information from patients and healthcare providers.Provides written documentation in patient’s medical record related to drug information, patient counseling, or therapeutic recommendations when appropriate.Participates in management of medical emergencies and responds to adult/pediatric codes. Actively leads medication therapy processes as a member of the Code Blue team.Identifies opportunities for improvement of medication-use systems to advance patient safety, maximize therapeutic outcomes, and/or control costs. Coordinates planning, implementation, and evaluation of new and existing programs.Ensures proper drug utilization by adherence to formulary criteria and pharmacy policies. Supervises, develops, and supports clinical pathways and quality assurance programs.Identifies, mitigates, prevents, and reports potential and actual adverse drug reactions.Maintains and enhances up-to-date evidence-based knowledge of drug and drug therapy by reviewing relevant professional journals and suggested readings.Provides effective evidence-based medication and practice-related education to all healthcare professionals and members of department. Provides updates of therapeutics, policies and procedures, formulary, or regulatory issues as needed.Demonstrates ownership of and responsibility for welfare of patient by performing all necessary aspects of the medication-use system. Displays initiative in ensuring that patients receive comprehensive and individualized pharmaceutical care.Establishes collaborative professional pharmacist-physician relationships to further the effective use of formulary medications, clinical pathways, and basic patient care.Supervises design and implementation of quality improvement revisions to medication use system. Conducts practice-related projects, clinical research, or pharmacy CQI initiatives using effective project management skills. Reviews protocols, orders, and policies as requested.Performs staff pharmacist duties when required or as needed.Serves as preceptor and program director for pharmacy residency programs, including membership on Resident Advisory Committee. Serves as preceptor/coordinator for student experiential programs with multiple colleges of pharmacy.Assists the Director in the overall process of staff recruitment and initial orientation, staff counseling and disciplinary actions. Coordinates with Director and clinical pharmacists to conduct staff evaluations and ensures timely completion by staff of all annual mandatories and competency requirement.Requirements:Graduate of an ACPE-accredited school of pharmacy. Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) or Bachelor of Science (BS) in pharmacy with seven years of hospital pharmacy experience. Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) certification required.Five years of hospital pharmacy experience required. PGY1 Pharmacy Residency or equivalent experience required. PGY2 Specialty Residency preferred. Clinical management experience preferred.AHA ACLS-Adv Cardiac Life Supp,AHA BLS Healthcare Provider,Pharmacist RegisteredPossesses excellent organizational, interpersonal, conflict resolution, verbal, and written communication skills.Intermediate to advanced computer skills. Familiarity with current pharmacy automation and clinical software.Ability to effectively manage people, navigate multiple projects, and perform daily responsibilities simultaneously. Ability to respond quickly in a fast-paced environment.Physical Demands and Work EnvironmentFrequent physical demands include:Occasional physical demands include: Sitting, Standing, Walking, Climbing (e.G., stairs or ladders), Carry objects, Push/Pull, Twisting, Bending, Reaching forward, Reaching overhead, Squat/kneel/crawl, Wrist position deviation, Pinching/fine motor activities, Taste or SmellContinuous physical demands include: Keyboard use/repetitive motion, Talk or HearLifting Floor to Waist 15 lbs. Lifting Waist Level and Above 10 lbsSensory Requirements include: Accurate Near Vision, Far Vision, Color Discrimination, Accurate Depth Perception, Accurate HearingAnticipated Occupational Exposure Risks Include the following: Uneven Surfaces or Elevations, Dust/Particulate MatterOur 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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    Care Manager  

    - Ramapo

    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, Edna, telling you why it's great to do the work she does!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: $24.50 / hour Salary up to: $26.91 / hour

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    7937BRPRS Facility Location:Leased Off Fort Worth, TX 397Job Purpose:The Export Controls Program Manager works to ensure that Caterpillar’s Rail Division, Progress Rail, remains in compliance with worldwide laws and regulations governing the export of its technology and products, including the Export Administration Regulations (“EAR”), Office of Foreign Assets Controls (“OFAC”) Sanctions, and regimes governing dual-use products globally. As part of the broader Trade Compliance Department, this role will support a global company in efforts to better manage both import and export risk by providing guidance on commercial transactions, training to its multinational workforce, and implementing policies and procedures across all levels of the organization.Additionally, this position will be responsible for leading the Trade Compliance project work, including supporting opportunities to automate and streamline Trade Compliance processes.Req ID:7937BRCompany Description:Progress Rail, a Caterpillar company, is an integrated rolling stock and infrastructure provider, delivering a full range of products and services to domestic and international railroad customers. Our customers enjoy one-stop shopping and comprehensive cradle-to-grave railway solutions whether it rolls on the rail or is the rail itself. From locomotives, transit, freight cars and engines, to tracks, signals and advanced technology, we ensure customers can count on us to meet all their rail needs. Forging the bridge between ideas and success, our talented and innovative team members work together to address the challenges of the rail industry today, ensuring success for the future. As part of a vibrant, global network of business operations, each and every member of our team is important to our success. With headquarters in Albertville, Ala., more than 7,000 dedicated employees serve customers through a network of close to 150 locations around the world. For more information, visit www.Progressrail.Com and follow @Progress_Rail on Twitter and YouTube.Education / Training: Bachelor's degree; US Customs BrokerLicense or Certified Export Compliance Specialist Certification preferred.Job Title:Program Manager Export/Trade ComplianceCity:Ft. WorthKey Job Elements: Responding to sanctions and export control compliance questions and issues; monitoring laws and regulations; directing research on laws, regulations, policies, and procedures; drafting and updating policies and standard operating procedures with input from leadership; communicating information to the business; monitoring sanctions and export control compliance questions for potential gaps; and recommending and developing strategies for identified sanctions and export control compliance gaps; Interface with enterprise subject matter experts and trade advisors to manage the U.S. Sanctions and Embargo compliance program; Prepare and present Export and Import Compliance Training for Progress Rail employees; Coordinate with freight forwarders, warehouse managers, and transportation and shipping personnel to ensure that shipments are licensable shipments are made in full compliance with the license terms; Provide leadership and coordination for Export Records Data and Document Collection; Manage the customs managed service provider(s) and other suppliers of import and export trade services, measuring performance through metrics, KPI’s and self-audits, providing reports to leadership; Serve as primary point of contact for export screening requests, deemed export review, and ECCN Order/Hold and release in Progress Rail ERP Systems; Develop and regularly assess technology control plans; Perform or manageself-audits of export records, including screening records and proof of export; Oversee quarterlyreporting requirements around compliance with Anti-Boycott, HR1905 Reporting, and duty payment tracking under special tariff programs (232, 301, and retaliatory); Participate in bid and contract review for export and import compliance; Serve as the Administrator and Super User for Trade Management and Denied Party Screening Software Programs; Lead ERP system implementations, Item Master program Integration and similar projects to automate manual trade compliance processes while ensuring that export and import compliance requirements are met; Support and offertraining in connection with Progress Rail’s implementation of the C-TPAT Security Program, including revalidations, annual security profile updates, risk-assessments, and annual survey of the supply chain; and; Addressspecial projects, such as the implementation of import compliance programs and export controls for new acquisitions.Qualifications and Experience: At least 2 years of progressively responsible job-related experience in trade compliance; Solid domain expertise with Export Administration Regulations and Office of Foreign Assets Controls Sanctions Programs; Process driven with strong experience with Trade Automation applications; Proven continuousimprovement skills to drive compliance and logistic productivity improvements across the Rail Division; Experience in researching compliance issues, applicable regulations and law, and formulating recommendations to management; Excellent interpersonal skills, high integrity, and good judgment are required in order to deal with confidential issues, developing and persuading others, and representing the Rail Division before outside parties; Strong verbal andwritten communication skills including the ability to communicate effectively at all levels of the organization; High degree of personal professional ethics and integrity.EEO:Equal Opportunity Employer – Race/Color/Sex/Religion/National Origin/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Vets/DisabilitiesBenefits:Progress Rail Services Corporation and its subsidiary and affiliate companies offer an excellent total compensation package* including competitive salary, 401(k) plan with company match, available medical/dental/vision/life/disability insurance along with flexible spending and paid vacation and holidays. Relocation assistance may be available for some positions.*Benefits eligibility differs by job position and employment status governing plan documents control such benefits..Job Category:Compliance/LegalWork Location Options:La Grange, IL: Ft. Worth, TX or Albertville, ALState::Texas

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    Work at ROCKET PHARMA and help cure rare diseases!Rocket Pharma is a fully integrated, clinical-stage company advancing gene therapies with curative potential for multiple rare childhood diseases. Rocket places enormous value on people and considers team member progress and well-being to be as important as the progress of its pipeline. We are looking for hands-on team players who enjoy collaborating with colleagues. We share a passion for seeking gene therapy cures for devastating diseases and making a difference for patients. This is an opportunity to become an integral part of a small, highly productive team and to help grow an entrepreneurial, scientifically driven organization that is increasingly recognized as a leading biotechnology innovator. In addition to a competitive compensation package featuring a generous 401K match and stock options, the position includes excellent health benefits.The Manager, Statistical Programming is a member of the Biostatistics team and plays a lead role in performing all SAS programming tasks required for clinical trial analysis and reporting. This individual works closely with Clinical Development, Biostatistics, and Data Management colleagues on various clinical projects, and may function as the lead statistical programmer on multiple projects.Responsibilities:Manages assignments and programming on multiple projects.Participates in the development of and ensures compliance to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), policies, and guidelines.Remains informed of new developments in programming that are relevant to the industry and contributes to the innovation of new reporting systems.Establishes and implements programming standards and complies with regulatory requirements among project team members and across studies.Develops standard macros and/or tools in SAS for data analysis and reporting.Assists with statistical quality assurance review.Reviews deliverables before transfer to either internal or external clients.Ensures that SAS programs developed for specific protocols are effectively translatable to other protocols (reusable code).Performs the work of statistical programming services across sites to achieve quality, timely, and cost-effective study deliverables.Responsible for hands-on programming for ADaM datasets and TLF deliverables.Requirements:MS degree in statistics or computing-related field or equivalent training requiredA minimum of 6 years of industry or CRO experience required.Experience leading SAS programming projects in the pharmaceutical industry, demonstrated by the ability to independently act as the point of contact for statistical programming over all phases of clinical trials.Proficient in industry standards, medical terminology, and clinical trial methodologies.Possesses project management skills within the Statistical Programming function.Regulatory (FDA and EMA) submission experience (including CDISC preparation) is highly preferredA diverse workforce fosters innovation and strengthens Rocket’s business. We ensure equal opportunity without discrimination or harassment in the workplace on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, citizenship, status as a protected veteran, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable local, state, and federal laws.Full COVID-19 vaccination is required for employment at Rocket Pharmaceuticals.

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    Job SummaryMobileOne, a T-Mobile Premium Retailer, needs a strong, confident manager who's ready to evolve as a leader and build the service relationships that are the foundation of MobileOne's success.As Store Manager, you have proven management ability and unwavering commitment to mentoring, inspiring, and elevating your team toward success. You'll refine professional sales techniques and be responsible for all operations of a MobileOne retail store. It's time to kick it into high gear, empower others and lead on!A Store Manager is:Accountable for managing all guest services, store operations, sales, profitability, merchandise, inventory, expense control, human resources management, and operating costs.Familiar with all aspects of retail, including hiring, scheduling, training, marketing, loss prevention and team leadership.The Primary point of contact for employees of the retail store.As Store Manager, your management responsibilities include:Responsibility for the overall productivity results in the store and delivering those results based on key performance indicatorsHiring and developing a team of effective Sales Associates.Training store associates in using store systems to support the Customer Experience, including the Point of Sale.Cultivating a positive environment, which supports MobileOne's values.Coaching Mobile Associates in building relationships with customers, understanding their needs. Support them in delivering a strong customer experience that will allow the customer to confidently recommend T-Mobile to their friends and family.Maintaining a clean and organized store environment at all times.Ensuring that visual merchandising is engaging to customers, while adhering to MobileOne/T-Mobile standards.Staying on top of rapidly evolving T-Mobile technology and ensuring that Mobile Associates are updated on new products and offerings, and know the sales techniques necessary to sell them.Ensuring that every need the customer has when coming into the store is met before they leave, right fitting the solution and making sure associates set them up for success through the customer on-boarding process.Utilizing tools and resources to grow internal talent to the next level. Build skills and successes through continued coaching and performance assessment conversations.Driving operational efficiencies to help minimize risk and protect the store's assets.Pay$ 18.00 $26.97/hrThe pay range above represents hourly wage and potential store bonus.BenefitsWe are pleased to offer a comprehensive array of valuable benefits to protect your health, your family, and your way of life.Health, Dental and Vision InsuranceAccrued Paid Time Off401(k) Retirement SavingsLife and AD& D InsuranceNo Cost Mental Health ProgramDaily PayDiscounted T-Mobile Cellular ServiceRequirements:RequirementsIn order to be a Store Manager, you need to have the following:One year previous management experience in retail, preferably in wireless. (Required)Ability to lead and coach to deliver financial results.Legal authorization to work in the United States.Pass a pre-employment background check (will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with all laws).A high-school diploma or GED and be at least 18 years of age.Knowledge and Skill:Knowledge of T-Mobile products, services, policies, systems, etc. preferredBasic Microsoft Office suite and G-suite abilitiesEffective communication in both written and verbal formatsAbility to train others on the sales process and be able to adapt, pivot and adjust to the needs of the Mobile Expert's learning styleBe able to deliver both positive and constructive feedback in a productive mannerMaintain working knowledge of all store sales/operations in order to best manage and address all Mobile Experts' questionsBe able to explain Mobile Expert pay thoroughly and accuratelyRecruit, interview, and retain staffMobileone, LLC Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All decisions concerning the employment relationship will be made without regard to age, race, ethnicity, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, religious affiliation, marital status, citizenship status, veteran status, the presence of any physical or mental disability, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. Discrimination, retaliation or harassment based upon any of these factors is wholly inconsistent with how we do business and will not be tolerated.

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    520 W Kimberly Rd., Davenport, IA 52806Auto Sales Manager$135K +++ Earning Potential!New Ownership! Rare Opportunity!We Have Inventory!This is a GAINT opportunity for the right person! NEW OWNERS purchased Patriot Lincoln of Davenport and we need to hire a dynamic Sales Manager to jump in and hire, train, motivate, and hold salespeople accountable for meeting goals. Inventory control experience is a must! At least 3 years of documented automotive retail managerial success is required! We appreciate and reward achievement and invest in our employees' success! Apply now for this great opportunity!Benefits:$135K 'Plus' Income Potential!Health insurance401(k) planPaid vacation5-day work week, closed on SundayEmployee discounts on vehicles and serviceCareer advancementResponsibilities Auto Sales Manager:Hire, train, motivate and support sales staff. Assist in closing dealsMeet with sales staff to implement objectives for achieving sales and gross profits.Monitor and analyze sales staff's performance and hold them accountable for meeting goals.Supervise sales staff to enhance the image and customer satisfaction ratings of the dealership.Work directly with the general manager on making recommendations on both short and long-range advertising plans, sales promotions, staffing needs, lease promotions and compensation plans.Work with business manager to ensure that dealership policies are understood.Realize monthly/quarterly/annual sales goals and objectives for the department.Work directly with our employees and customers to develop relationships and help to enhance the sales process.Build rapport with customers to establish customer network.Audit all appraisals of trade-in vehicles.Manage the new vehicle inventory including ordering and dealer trades.Help manage all other aspects of the sales department.Know and understand the federal, state, and local laws which govern retail auto sales.Desk Deals, Track Gross Logs and RDR cars.Requirements Auto Sales Manager:3 years’ prior automotive sales managerial experience requiredInventory control experience is requiredLincoln experience is preferredHigh-energy, positive, and outgoingExcellent communication and customer service skills.Strong computer and phone skills (Internet, MS Outlook, CRM).Professional strong work ethic and detail oriented.Valid driver’s license and satisfactory Motor Vehicle Report (MVR).Minimum high school diploma or GED equivalent required.We are an equal opportunity employer

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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, Erica, talking about what support for the folks we serve can look like!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: $21.50 / hour Salary up to: $23.82 / hour


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