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    Manager Occupational Health Operations  

    - Pennington

    Overview:Position #: 1399Acts as the departmental liaison to all corporate clients and potential clients. Operates as a member of the " Sales" team in pursuing and acquiring new business, in collaboration with client manager for EHE and Occupational Health. Provides in-depth description of services and quality standards to potential clients as part of new customer acquisition and ongoing customer service. Develops ongoing " First name basis" relationships with authorized individuals at corporate client companies. Oversees quality and safety of operations within the Capital Health framework in collaboration with the Occupational Health leaders. Manages the daily operations of the Occupational Health Center front-facing and back office functions.Responsibilities:Develops and maintains master fee schedules and master corporate client demographics database in both the electronic billing system and electronic medical record system. Ensures an exact match of interfaced information between EMR and billing system. Ensures accurate billing of corporate clients, including quality checking of charges entered by staff. Researches proper CPT coding and accurately names all charges to ensure compliance and customer satisfaction.Analyzes appropriate pricing for services requested. Negotiates with corporate clients to schedule services for large groups of workers. Assists the Director of the development of annual budgets within Capital Health guidelines and timeframe. Monitors budgets for appropriate utilization of resources. Demonstrates fiscal responsibility. Demonstrates proactive vigilance in identifying opportunities for cost reduction. Performs other department financial functions as required.Manages physician scheduling. Prepares time and attendance data for payroll submission. Supervises the work of the EMR system administrator.Oversees quality and safety within the Capital Health framework in collaboration with the medical director, nursing manager, client manager and director of the Occupational Health Center.Provides in-depth description of services and quality standards to potential clients as part of new customer acquisition and ongoing customer service while working closely with the client manager.Analyzes appropriate pricing for services requested. Collaborates with the Finance Department, clinical manager, client manager, and director in reviewing rates, coordinating charges, and adjusting fee schedules to meet market demands.Develops ongoing " First name basis" relationships with authorized individuals at corporate client companies. Negotiates with corporate clients to schedule services for large groups of workers. Ensures excellent customer service practices among operations staff.Supervises registration, scheduling, billing, record management, reporting, correspondence, and related processes. Oversees the daily patient schedule. Manages staffing for operations and medical staff. Evaluates performance and ensures competence of operations staff as evidenced by Capital Health guidelines and timeframes.Improves operational performance through development and utilization of appropriate systems, and outcomes based PI monitors. Develops, monitors and improves the quality and safety of operations, using tools such as standardization of procedures, and implementation of high reliability and error reduction practices.Ensures that operational standards support clinical practices, in collaboration with medical director, nursing manager, client manager and director of the Occupational Health Center. Schedules, organizes, and plans staff meetings, training sessions, guest presentations. Provides ongoing training and support to operations staff.Directs a variety of administrative, financial, and technical activities to ensure efficient, cost-effective operations for both clinical and non-clinical areas. Ensures quality professional contact and maintains a pleasant work environment. Reviews all client and patient complaints and concerns and resolves problems as they arise. Takes appropriate action to prevent recurrence.Adheres to department regulatory standards and maintains current department accreditations (DNV-GL, NJDOHSS, NJDEP). Maintains constant readiness for surveys as measured by preparatory assessment against standards.Engages staff in active, ongoing problem solving, systems development, and performance improvement activities. Plans and schedules building maintenance activities to ensure that facility is neat, clean, safe, and secure.Consults with Health Access, Patient Accounts, Finance, and Information System Departments to recognize areas for improvement and to determine appropriate measures to resolve problems. Ensures that all registrations, charges, and claims information are entered into the computer and workers' compensation tracking program daily.Participates in internal and external projects, committees, and activities. Participates in the development and implementation of policies, procedures, plans, and other documents.Requirements:Associate's degree required. Bachelor's degree preferredTwo years of medical office operations experience including one year of supervisory or lead role experience.Knowledge of medical terminology and billing. Knowledge of NJ Workers' Compensation laws, OSHA, US DOT, CDC standards.Strong computer skills, including database, spreadsheet, word processing and internet software.Excellent customer service, oral and written communication, interpersonal skills along with reasoning ability.Physical Demands and Work Environment:Frequent physical demands include: Sitting, Carry objects, Reaching forward, Keyboard use/repetitive motion, Talk or HearOccasional physical demands include: Standing, Walking, Climbing (e.G., stairs or ladders), Push/Pull, Twisting, Bending, Reaching overhead, Squat/kneel/crawl, Wrist position deviation, Pinching/fine motor activities, Taste or SmellContinuous physical demands include:Lifting Floor to Waist 20 lbs. Lifting Waist Level and Above 35 lbs.Sensory Requirements include: Accurate Near Vision, Accurate Far Vision, Color Discrimination, Minimal Depth Perception, Minimal HearingAnticipated Occupational Exposure Risks Include the following: Bloodborne Pathogens, Airborne Communicable DiseaseOur 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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    STG International is currently accepting resumes of Nurse Manager/Contract Coordinators to work full-time providing medical care to detainees in custody in support of ICE Health Service Corps at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Medical Facility.The ICE Health Services Corps (IHSC) exists within the organizational structure of the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) under the supervision of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The United States Public Health Service (USPHS) Commissioned Corps Officers, civil service staff and contractors comprise the healthcare professionals working together to provide quality healthcare services. IHSC serves as the medical experts for ICE for detainee health care.MISSIONIHSC's mission is to provide medical care to maintain the health of individuals in the custody of ICE through an integrated health care delivery system, based on nationally recognized correctional, detention and residential health care standards. The Agency is committed to providing healthcare services to protect the nation's health, reduce global disease and provide medical support for the law enforcement mission of the safe apprehension, enforcement and removal of detained individuals involved in immigration proceedings. IHSC is committed to ensuring a system of care that is ethical, responsible, and accountable through rigorous surveillance and monitoring activities.ATTRIBUTES AND PROFESSIONAL QUALITIESStrong oral and written communication skills.Excellent interpersonal skills.Critical thinking and organizational skillsCultural competency.Integrity and honesty.Verbal and written proficiency in Spanish (preferred, not required).Experience in a detention/correctional or residential healthcare setting (preferred, not required).REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCEDegree issuing institution and or program must be accredited by an entity recognized by the U.S. Department of EducationBachelor's Degree, from an accredited school reviewed by the Department of Education, in Nursing, Health Care Administration, Public Health or a related field.Minimum three (3) years of supervisory experience in a complex health care setting as an administrator with strong business and management skills in a complex health care setting.If the candidate is a Registered Nurse; graduated from an accredited Nursing program for Registered Nurses located in a State, the District of Columbia, or a U.S. territory.REQURED LICENSURE/CERTIFICATIONIf the candidate is a Registered Nurse; maintains current, active and unrestricted license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state in which the duty station is located. Any changes to license must be reported to employer immediately.This position does not require privileging by IHSC.Maintains BLS for Healthcare Providers® certification through the American Heart Association®.REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIESKnowledge of a broad range of concepts related to effective supervision, staff administration and Human Recourses.Ability to effectively schedule, manage and team-build with a multidisciplinary workforce.Knowledge of staff development and basic adult learner teaching skills.Knowledge of the licensing and certification requirements for the professional disciplines operating in the clinic.Knowledge of managing non-compliant patients, special needs populations, and patients with significant deficits in coping skills, thereby requiring continuing professional clinical support.Ability to work in a multi-cultural and multi-lingual environment.Ability to utilize telephonic interpreter/translation services to complete assigned duties if not fluent in a language the patient understands.Ability to adapt to sudden changes in schedules and flexibility in work requirements.Ability to communicate proficiently in English (verbal and written) in order to develop positive rapport with patients, co-workers and other stakeholders.Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships in a multidisciplinary environment.Ability to navigate in an electronic work environment including electronic health records, web based training and communications.Knowledge of, and moderate proficiency in, common Microsoft Office programs, specifically Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and SharePoint.Knowledge of regulations (HIPAA/Privacy Act) regarding the confidentiality of patient medical records and information as well as Personally Identifiable Information (PII).If a Registered Nurse; knowledge of a wide range of complex nursing concepts, principles, and practices to perform nursing assessments of considerable diversity to include mental health, medical surgical, ambulatory and emergency nursing care.MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESAs Key Personnel, provides a broad range of front line supervision and management to all Vendor staff under their purview.Plans, schedules, assigns, and directs contract staff.Performs personnel and Human Resources related functions.Completes staff evaluations annually and preferably bi-annually.Establishes and maintains a strong and positive working relationship with the on-siteGovernment Technical Monitor (GTM).Works closely with the GTM to ensure Contract staff orientation, training and competency assessments are completed with no interruptions to the daily operations.Produces reports regarding contractor productivity and monitors contractor compliance with IHSC policy for all contract staff at the site.Reviews identified patient records to assess treatment progress, adequacy of record keeping, and implementation of appropriate clinical guidelines and policy compliance.Meets regularly with government technical monitor to ensure coordination and collaboration of staffing.Conducts in-services for contract staff on subjects on areas within clinical prevue or related to contractor business.Leads or delegates the orientation and training of new contract nursing personnel to protocols, requirements, and the specifics of the patient population.Serves as a team member for analyzing established protocol practices and identifying areas for improvement.Participates with developing recommendations for improved efficiency of patient care.Assists with program/project design activities, strategy development, problem resolution, and project implementation.Performs record keeping functions in accordance with program policies and position.Maintains high level of functional proficiency and ease of use utilizing agency's electronic health records.Completes and passes all discipline specific competencies testing, initially and annually.Completes all initial, annual and ad hoc training as required/assigned.Maintains patient confidentiality, and confidentiality of medical records, in compliance with the Privacy Act and HIPAA regulations in all work activities.Adheres to, and maintains awareness of, IHSC Policies, Procedures, Directives, Operational Memoranda and accreditation standards as prescribed by ICE/IHSC.Adheres to, and participates in, IHSC's Safety, Prevention, Infection and Control, Quality Improvement, Patient Education and other programs and collateral duties as appropriate to position.Attends and participates in general/medical staff meetings.If the candidate is a Registered Nurse; performs duties as a Registered Nurse (see Registered Nurse Position Description) in times of critical needs within the agency.Other duties as assigned.DUTY HOURS/ ON-CALL REQUIREMENTSIHSC operates 24/7/365; this position is required to respond during an emergency activation.This full time position is required to be available telephonically and/or to report to the facility during non-duty hours.This full time position requires availability to work days, evenings and nights, as well as weekends and holidays.SECURITY REQUIREMENTSThe Department of Homeland Security's Personnel Security Unit (PSU) must render an Initial Preliminary Favorable Fitness Determination to be considered a qualified candidate.A Complete Favorable Fitness Determination must be rendered by PSU upon completion of initial, and between, subsequent background investigations to meet the requirements of this position.PHYSICAL DEMANDSRequired to walk unaided at a normal pace for up to 10 minutes and maintain balance.Required to respond to any medical emergency within 4 minutes, where a fast walk or jog may be necessary to provide assistance.Required to perform CPR/emergency care standing or kneeling.Must have the ability to assist sick, injured or aging detainees or staff exiting the building during an emergency (may require lifting, dragging, wheeling or carrying someone who weighs significantly more than self).Must be able to see, hear and smell with or without the use of aides if necessary (exceptions on a case by case basis).Must easily alternate between kneeling and standing.Must be able to lift, push, or carry 30 pounds.Must perform the duties in a stressful and often austere environment without physical limitations.Must be capable of standing on hard services (cement floors) for long periods of time.SUPERVISORY CONTROLSThis is a contract position and supervisory controls will be set forth by the contract vendor.Technical oversight will be provided by the Government Technical Monitor (GTM).STGi is a workforce solutions company providing comprehensive healthcare delivery, Head Start and management consulting services and human capital solutions help our clients. Our services and solutions help our clients sustain and enhance their operations to better accomplish their mission.STGi offers a competitive benefits package which includes Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k with company match and a generous PTO policy.STGi is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.Medical Corps 60J, 60L, 61F, 61H, 61N, 61R,62BMedical Specialist Corps 65B, 65C, 65DNurse Corps 66B,66H, 66PMedical Service Corps 67G, 67JMedical CMF 68A, 68B, 68E, 68F, 68G, 68J, 68Q, 68R, 68S, 68T, 68W, 68X, 68Y

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    Branch Manager (Kahului, Maui)  

    - Kahului

    First Hawaiian Bank is currently seeking an experienced Branch Manager to join our Kahului Branch in Maui, Hawaii. In this key role, you will be responsible for the sales/service activities, marketing plan, operating budget, profitability and operational integrity of the branch. You will provide overall leadership for the branch. The Branch Manager understands, communicates and works to achieve the mission of the Bank.*Work Schedule*Monday Thursday 8:00AM 4:30PM; Friday 8:00AM 6:30PM; Saturday on a rotation basis 8:30AM 1:30PM (hours may vary)*The ideal candidate will have: ** Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience required.* Five to eight years banking experience; and* Five years lending experience including commercial, consumer and real estate (depending upon branch, may be obtained concurrently) required.* Complete knowledge of sales, branch banking and consumer lending.* Working knowledge of the Bank’s products (i.E., deposits, cash management, loans and other fee income generating products).* Management skills.* Analytical skills.* Verbal and written communication skills.* Knowledge of banking products/services.* Business development skills.* Interpersonal Skills.* Planning and Organizing.* Sales Ability.*For more information and to apply, please go to www.Fhb.Com/jobs**About First Hawaiian Bank*Are you interested in working alongside a group of dynamic thinkers, innovators, and leaders who thrive together as a team? Looking for a fun, collaborative, and challenging environment where you are empowered to make decisions? Would you like the opportunity to grow professionally and personally within a forward-thinking company? If so, you've come to the right place. At First Hawaiian Bank, we invest in you. We offer an award winning training and development program to set you up for success. We pride ourselves on our company culture and core values: Caring, Character, and Collaboration. We also offer a comprehensive benefits program, including medical, 401(k), life insurance, tuition reimbursement, paid vacation, retiree benefits, and more!Job Type: Full-timeBenefits:* 401(k)* 401(k) matching* Dental insurance* Health insurance* Paid time off* Vision insuranceSchedule:* 8 hour shift* Weekend availabilityEducation:* High school or equivalent (Required)Experience:* Banking: 5 years (Preferred)* Lending: 5 years (Preferred)Work Location: One location

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    Care Manager (Bilingual Yiddish)  

    - Brooklyn

    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 Manager, Bill, talking about how much this work can matter!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.Bilingual in English and Yiddish preferredCare 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: $32.87 / hour Salary up to: $35.31 / hour

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    Shift Manager  

    - Fort Worth

    We are currently hiring for Shift Managers. Shift Managers are responsible for driving guest satisfaction, training employees, meeting financials, and ensuring food safety and cleanliness standards.We are looking for people with a great attitude and a willingness to learn.Benefits:401k and 401k matchingMedical, Dental, Vision InsurancePersonal Time Off (PTO)Life InsuranceFree MealsFlexible scheduleResponsibilities:Interaction with customers: receiving orders, processing sales and monies, and managing customer issues.Training and motivating team members.Preparation of products.Maintaining quality of product.Monitoring all service equipment.Uncompromising standards in maintaining a clean and safe work environment (per Labor Board and OSHA regulations and Company standards), maintaining a clean parking lot, building exterior, dumpster and boardwalk, including removal of trash within containers to proper dumpster site(s).Unloading, stocking and maintaining required inventory level.Champions recognition and motivation effortsPreparing/making/transporting deposits, preparing proposed labor schedules, product projections, financials for store managers review/approval.We offer the following :A commitment to promote from withinExcellent training programsReward and recognition cultureFamily friendly environmentThe ideal candidates must want to have fun serving great food to our customers!Brand: WingstopAddress: 12400 Timberland Blvd. Suite 100 Fort Worth, TX 76244Property Description: 1678 Timberland Blvd Fort Worth, TXProperty Number: 1678

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    Kitchen Manager  

    - Rochester

    Casey's is *PUMPED *to say we are growing! We are *HIRING IMMEDIATELY* for a *Kitchen Manager *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: $14.00 $17.00 per hourBenefits:* 401(k)* 401(k) matching* Dental insurance* Employee discount* Flexible schedule* Health insurance* Paid time off* Paid training* Vision insuranceRestaurant type:* Coffee shop* Fast casual restaurant* Quick service & fast food restaurantShift:* Day shift* Evening shiftWeekly day range:* Weekend availabilityWork Location: One location

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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 Genetic Diagnostic Liaison (GDL) is a field based Diagnostic Lead, in each US Region, responsible to accelerate patient identification across all company therapeutic areas. The core objective will be to roll out Market Development Strategies and Patient Finding by establishing at the Account and State Levels deep diagnostic expertise in line with the overarching Rocket diagnostic strategy within the assigned region.The GDL will drive genotyping diagnostic efforts through genetic testing programs and diagnostic education to successfully execute Rocket’s patient finding strategy through genotyping program through kit distribution, sample analysis, clarity of results.They will be responsible for identifying patients, identifying treating specialist practices that have LAD-I, FA and Danon Disease and identifying and developing Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) for Genetic Testing within the assigned region.The GDL is responsible for increasing the availability of Genetic Labs performing high quality gene analysis offering appropriate panels and clear interpretation of results throughout the US. They will also be instrumental in identifying opportunities for newborn screening efforts at the local level.The GDL will work in partnership with a Rocket cross-functional team that will include Strategic Account Managers, Medical Science Liaison, Payors Lead and Marketing.Department to achieve segment-specific goals and objectives.The GDL will also be responsible for executing market development programs by collaborating with key stakeholders within commercial operations. They will contribute to ongoing development of the Global Diagnostic Strategy guiding US regional implementation of the plan.Responsibilities:Develop broad target lists to find physicians with appropriate patients and identify practices that have a patient need for genotyping through Genetic Testing programsDevelop and foster relationships with hematology, immunology, geneticists and cardiology specialists to identify patients to get genotyped and ensure patients meet criteria for genotypingLead discussion and educate on the importance of genotyping and disease awareness of FANCA and Danon diseasesEnsure ethical application of practices and processes for genotypingCollaborate with Medical Science Liaison team to provide disease awareness on clinical trials to target practicesForward questions from HCP practices into MSLs & medical information requestsLink Patient Services with practices when FANCA or LAMP2+ patients are identifiedCommunicate with strategic account managers team for identified patientsBuild and establish genetic lab relationshipsLiaison between Rocket and genetic diagnostic labImprove insights by educating the importance of capturing specific dataProvide technical expertise/resources to refine and develop specific gene panelsFacilitate improvement of reporting and interpretation of resultsProvide expertise and guidance on best practices to refine test requisition formsIdentify and develop Genetic Testing Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs)Utilize KOL network to share best practices across diagnostic labs/HCPsCollaborate with Medical Affairs to support publications, guidelines, investigator-initiated trialsParticipate in patient advocacy, outreach, and identification with local advocacy organizationsAttend conferences to deliver education on disease and diagnostics (genetic testing)GDL will provide input and participate in cross-functional initiatives; Deliver high-quality clinical/diagnostic education presentations in a variety of settings and to obtain valuable feedback and market intelligence to incorporate into future presentations/strategic plansRequirements:BA/BS degree required; healthcare degree strongly preferred (MS, RN, PA, PharmD, PhD)Minimum 10+ years of pharma/biotech industry experience in sales, clinical/medical, marketing, and/or diagnostics with a proven history in delivering against goals while working in high performing diverse teams requiredMust possess strong Commercial and Scientific AcumenExperience in working effectively with KOLs, labs and other key stakeholdersPrior experience in Rare or Ultra Rare diseases with strong patient focusDemonstrated success in operating effectively in highly matrixed organizations where influencing skills are critical to day-to-day successExperience in building strong and effective third-party partnershipsKnowledge of hematology or cardiology is strongly preferredMust be able to travel extensivelyCommercial and Scientific AcumenStrategic thinking and operational capabilitiesInfluencing skillsPersistence and resilienceExcellent communication and presentation skillsCross-functional capabilityHigh ethical standardsAbility to travel extensivelyValid driver’s licenseSalary range $120,000 $155,000At Rocket, our compensation philosophy and ranges are built upon data and insights collected from validated world-class providers. We are committed to compensating employees equitably based on several factors, including responsibilities and level of the position, depth and types of the employee’s experience, location of the position and availability of similar talent in a competitive market.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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    Description:HVCS a Division of Cornerstone Family Healthcare is actively recruiting for a Health Homes Care Manager to join our growing Health Homes team, based out of Spring Valley, N.Y.RATE OF PAY/SALARY: $25.00 per hourWORK LOCATION(S): Spring Valley, NYSTATUS: Full TimeJOB SUMMARY:Under the supervision of a Program Supervisor or Senior Program Supervisor, the Health Home (HH) Care Manager is responsible for providing the core components of care coordination to low, intermediate and high need individuals with chronic illnesses including mental health conditions and HIV. Care Managers will have a dedicated caseload of clients and the caseload will vary depending on intensity of client need. Care Managers will be assigned a county office as their primary office location.Engages and assesses HH clients with the goal of coordinating care, and utilizing a shared care plan in which the client’s needs are accurately expressed.Completes documentation in a clear and comprehensive manner which is in compliance with DOH, Health Home and Agency standards and requirements for quality care and billing.Coordinates with pertinent service providers to ensure that all clients’ needs are being addressed.Provides proactive care management, evidenced through provision of core services and development of a care plan which leads toward client centered outcomes.Utilizes electronic health records to effectively coordinate care for the client.Engage new HH clients into service and maintain engagement in care coordination.Conduct intake and comprehensive health assessments/reassessments, identifying mental health, chemical dependency and social service needs.Develop comprehensive, measurable, goal-oriented care plans in collaboration with interdisciplinary team of external providers. The care plans must clearly identify and integrate the entire continuum of care, addressing all needs identified by the comprehensive assessment.Advocate and assist clients in obtaining and maintaining entitlements and housing.Assist and support clients in treatment adherence recommendations, including prevention, wellness, recovery, and care transitions.Refer and follow-up on referrals for clients to ensure medical stabilization.Closely coordinate all hospital discharges with hospital or acute care settings to ensure thorough implementation of the discharge plan, and follow-up on recommendations from the ER, hospital or acute care facility.Assist clients and their families in resolving barriers to obtaining medical services.Escort clients to appointments when necessary to increase medical adherence.Conduct home and field visits.Maintain on-going contact with interdisciplinary team of medical providers, acting as team leader for the client’s care coordination activities.Provide crisis intervention when required.Meet and maintain program productivity standards.Maintain Electronic Health Record and all required electronic data.Track and maintain a system of patient medical appointments, labs and other critical time-sensitive activities required to maintain the client’s health.Complete all program standards documentation as required.Participate in supervision and program review each week.Attend and participate in monthly department, All Staff and other required meetings.Be familiar with Cornerstone policies and procedures and the Employee Handbook.Maintain confidentiality of all aspects of Cornerstone including, but not limited to, patient confidentiality, financials, and employee relations.Perform other related duties as assignedRequirements:Master’s Degree in Social Work or related degree with some experience in the field; OR LPN with 1 year of experience providing case management or medical coordination among multiple providers; OR Bachelor's Degree inSocial Work or related degree with some experience/knowledge in one of the following areas: case management, chemical dependency, mental health, and/or human services; Computer experiencemust include Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with Electronic Health Records (EHR) data entry is a plus. Access to a car and valid driver’s license are also required. Bilingual (English/Spanish) is a plus.Travel /Time Requirement: Must have a valid, unrestricted driver’s license and independent means of transportation for frequent travel to locations throughout the assigned county as well as to the offices of Cornerstone.CORNERSTONE BENEFITS:Competitive salaries I Health Benefits I Retirement plan I Paid Time Off I Sick Time I Flexible Spending I Dependent Care I Paid HolidaysCORNERSTONE’S MISSION:Cornerstone Family Healthcare is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center with a mission to provide high quality, comprehensive, primary and preventative health care services in an environment of caring, dignity and respect to all people regardless of their ability to pay. For more than fifty years, Cornerstone has been responsive to meeting the needs of the communities in which we serve with a continued emphasis on the underserved and those without access to health care regardless of race, economic status, age, sex, sexual orientation or disability.

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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, Business Operations – Tech Ops, will support the oversight and alliance management of technical operations (TechOps) partners. The role will drive outsourcing strategies, vendor evaluation, contract negotiation, cost management, analytics, and reporting ensuring effective planning and contracting of external resources for Rocket. In addition, this role oversees the end-to-end integration of the workflow from purchase orders to payments including vendor onboarding; purchase order creationand approvals; invoicing, and payment resolutions.Responsibilities:Support oversight activities with external partners including but not limited to CMC, raw material manufacturers, logistics, facilities, and engineering providers.Build cross-functional partnerships with CMC, Manufacturing, Facilities /Engineering, Legal, Finance, Quality Assurance, and other departments as appropriate to ensure that outsourcing and contracting needs are met and managed proactively.Manage vendor governance activities such as tracking and reporting of KPIs, budget, spending trends, and quality measures for assigned vendors.Provide analytical support such as spend analysis and budget forecasts to ensure accurate TechOps budgets are developed consistently across the R& D programs.Act as an in-house consultant supporting the preparation of business cases for strategic management decision-making.Oversee the purchase order cycle from inception to closure. Ensure that new vendor requests are approved timely.Partner with Accounts Payable to ensure that invoices are processed quickly and efficiently.Build strong relationships with internal customers/business users to understand their contracting and procurement needs and streamline the procure-to-pay process.Requirements:B.S./M.S. degree in Science, Technology, or Engineering.MBA degree is a plus8 years of experience with a bachelors or 6 years of experience with a masters in CMC, Manufacturing, or MSAT.Experience in Biotech/Pharma and/or CDMO is required. Experience in the cell & gene therapy industry is a plus.Ability to work effectively with all levels of an organization and manage multiple operational issues.Demonstrated customer-centric mindset.Strong analytical skills with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail.Strong written and verbal communication skills.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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    Account Manager  

    - Bismarck

    Organization BSI Business GroupPrimary Location United States of America-North Dakota-BismarckWork Locations 3001 ND Bismarck Vitalant 517 S. 7th St. Bismarck 58504Employee Status Full-time, RegularShift Day JobTravel Yes, 50 % of the TimeJob Posting Close Date OngoingJob Function Donor Recruitment$24.14 – $39.60 / Hour (Depending on experience)Vitalant is where donors, talent and innovation meet to save and improve lives. We are the nation’s largest independent, nonprofit blood services provider exclusively focused on providing lifesaving blood and comprehensive transfusion medicine services for about 900 hospitals and their patients across the U.S. We seek team members who want to make a difference in people’s lives while furthering their careers. At Vitalant you can expect competitive compensation, paid time off and other benefits. Take your first step to joining our dedicated team by applying today.PRIMARY PURPOSE:Under minimal supervision, this position is responsible for achieving individual monthly and annual collection goals within an assigned territory through effective leveraging and engagement of blood drive coordinators to maximize their donor recruitment efforts with an emphasis on the acquisition of first-time donors. The incumbent is responsible for maintaining and growing existing blood drive accounts and pursuing new accounts to support organizational growth.DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Performs all assigned duties in compliance with internal SOPs and external regulations. Brings compliance issues to the attention of management.Assures quality customer service to all customers.Maintains good attendance and punctuality per the absence policy.Within an assigned territory, initiates and establishes relationships and agreements intended to acquire and retain volunteer blood drive coordinators to promote blood donation and execute successful blood drives.Coaches, directs, trains, and motivates volunteer blood drive coordinators to ensure successful blood drives with an emphasis on first-time donor acquisition and maximizing blood drive coordinator-made donor appointments achieved through one-to-one, direct-ask recruitment efforts.Engages and motivates volunteer blood drive coordinators to establish a blood drive committee to support maximizing collections, recruiting first-time blood donors, increasing blood drive coordinator-made donation appointments, increasing blood drive frequency and achieving predetermined collection goals.Uses judgment and skill in following established sales and volunteer donor recruitment processes (including but not limited to projection accuracy and operations at projection) and maintains and ensures accuracy and timeliness of blood drive account information.Sells dates for blood drives in accordance with established enterprise guidelines designed to support the achievement of monthly and annual goals, projection accuracy and productivity standards.Pursues and secures new blood drive sources within assigned territory. Identifies opportunities for national blood drive partners.Develops a personal annual recruitment plan for meeting assigned collection goals. Working with blood drive committees develops individualized recruitment plans for blood drives and accounts.Represents the organization through public speaking engagements, educational presentations, and community engagement opportunities. Supports media relationships in assigned territory.Adheres to established policies and processes including standard utilization of software systems required of department personnelPerforms all other duties, at the discretion of management, as assigned.REQUIREMENTS:Knowledge/EducationRelevant Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of formal education and experience required.Licenses/CertificationsValid in–state driver’s license required.ExperienceOne year of related experience required.Skills/AbilitiesEffective oral and written communication skills.Sales/territory management skills.Must be self-motivated and a self-starter with good organization skills.Ability to work flexible hours including weekends and evenings.Provide own vehicle for transportation.Proficient personal computer skills.COVID-19 POLICYAs an essential operation to the nation’s healthcare infrastructure and a science-based organization, Vitalant believes that being vaccinated helps provide protection and care for our employees, our donors, their families, and the broader community.Vitalant requires employee’s to be fully vaccinated as a condition of employment. Individuals applying for this position should be prepared to comply with Vitalant’s Covid-19 vaccination policy unless an approved exemption exists prior to the start of employment. Compliance with Vitalant’s COVID-19 policy will require individuals to complete one of the following:Receive the first shot of a two-dose vaccination series to start employment, and the second shot of the series within 8 weeks of the firstReceive the first and final shot of a single-dose vaccination prior to the start of employmentDIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION AT VITALANTVitalant is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace built on a foundation of respect, integrity, teamwork, and excellence. Through our DEI strategic plan, we create opportunities for employees of all backgrounds to feel valued, seen and heard. We believe this mission drives creativity and innovation, as employees experience an environment conducive to personal growth and career development.EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/VeteransTo apply please email your CV / resume to vtescher@vitalant.orgOur organization is an equal employment/affirmative action employer. If you need accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a medical condition or disability, please send an e-mail to careers@vitalant.org to let us know the nature of your request.For more EEO information about applicant rights click here


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