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Position Responsibilities:

The Hospital Liaison will be responsible for facilitating patient admissions via marketing and education activities with contracted and potentially contracted hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, respite centers, physician, and other community resources. This person will act as the point of contact for Hospital discharges and facilitate the admissions process for all patients.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Business, Communications or related field 3-5 years' experience in sales and marketing and/or related healthcare background Healthcare work experience - preferred. Social Work experience - preferred. Sales and Marketing experience preferred. Sub-Acute and Skilled Nursing Facility experience preferred.

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  • Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Business, Communications or related field
  • 3-5 years’ experience in sales and marketing and/or related healthcare background
  • Healthcare work experience – preferred.
  • Social Work experience – preferred.
  • Sales and Marketing experience preferred.
  • Sub-Acute and Skilled Nursing Facility experience preferred.

Position Responsibilities:

See attached Brochure

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

1. High School Diploma-GED required; 2. Vehicle and License required; 3. 17 1/2 years of age (with parents signature) or 18; 4. Drug test; 5. Application fee; 6. Algerbra 2 level math; 7. Indoor and outdoor work which includes manual labor around electrical industry; 8. Background issues are mostly okay unless they are chronic; 9. Work conditions could include residential, industrial or commercial etc.

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Application – IEC Apprenticeship

Position Responsibilities:

This position is primarily responsible for administrative and clerical duties that support the Plant Operations and (PO) & Environmental Services (EVS) department. Primary duties include the data entry and tracking, preparation of correspondence, reports, inputting of check requests for invoices, record keeping and bill processing. Coordinate with other departments and vendors prior to resident move-in, or other building related projects.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Bachelor's Degree in related field preferred. Ability to provide clerical assistance to the Plant Operations Director and Environmental Services Manager, including, but not limited to minute taking and management, scheduling of appointments, logging data, monitoring budget items, orchestrating supplies, etc. Organizational skills sufficient to manage the work orders and provide reports on their status and trends on a regular basis. Communication skills that include the ability to handle both positive and negative experiences with residents and other customers.

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Ingleside at King Farm (IKF) is a not-for-profit, continuing care retirement community central to the award-winning inter-generational King Farm neighborhood. We offer small town living just a short ride from the Nation’s capital. Inside our walls, residents find a stress free lifestyle with a variety of cultural arts, wellness activities and amenities to choose from, and some of the area’s most spacious apartment homes. But most of all, they find unique members and staff with rich life experiences who have created a community within a community.

If you have the sought after qualifications, a passion for seniors, and if you conduct yourself with respect, take accountability for your actions, are innovative, strive for excellence in all you do and are a good steward of your time and resources then we are honored to review your resume.

Due to the high number of resumes received please do not call to check on the status of your application. The hiring manager will review all resumes and determine the best qualified candidates to contact.

Duties of the position include, but are not limited to:

Administration

Works in conjunction with the Director of Plant Operations and the Environmental Services Manager to ensure resident and other customer satisfaction, to organize relevant products and processes associated with both disciplines to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in services.

Organizes work order processing including assignments to maintenance workers and consistent status recording so that work orders are completed within the prioritized time requirements.

Handles emergencies that arise by working effectively with the Director PO and the Senior Leadership Team to respond appropriately. Records minutes from the Safety Committee and provides follow up on the action items that are recorded prior to the next meeting.

Prepare presentations, special reports, compose letters and routine correspondence, photocopy and fax information and documentation as directed by management.

Coordinates all facilities related items for the apartment turns. Works with the Marketing Administrator to ensure that the products are ordered and the work performed with the quality expected by the residents.

Coordinate the development of check requests for management signature, noting issues and handing them over to management when appropriated.

Vendor relations; schedule inspections preventative maintenance, schedule work to be done around building or in resident apartment in a timely manner.

Clerical Functions

Performs clerical functions for the PO & EVS departments as well as other general office duties as assigned.

Performs word processing and clerical duties as requested in a timely and accurate manner; proofs all work before forwarding to resident or staff, ensuring 100% accuracy.

Tracks and trends all Ingleside work orders.

Prepares communications for the Ingleside Insider when needed.

Maintains the Emergency Preparedness Manual.

Ensures electronic and paper files are maintained such that items are easy to retrieve. Files completed work orders and forwards the billable ones to accounting with management approval.

Maintains and monitors the safety logs produced by security.

Addresses resident issues promptly.

Communicates with all staff when needed, especially the maintenance and housekeeping teams.

Receives and logs courier, FedEx, and UPS deliveries and notifies management.

Receives, date-stamps, and distributes mail to appropriate mailbox on a daily basis.

Documents facilities and housekeeping processes and procedures as directed by management.

Oversee the Preventive Maintenance Program Checklist as directed by the managers.

To apply for this position please send cover letter and resume to Frank Romonoski at: FRomonoski@inglesdieonline.org

Position Responsibilities:

Under the guidance of the Director, the Supervisor is responsible for the management of the Maintenance Services Department. The departments will be managed in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in the Environmental and Maintenance Services Agreement and all appropriate federal, state and local regulations. In addition, the Supervisor will foster strong interdepartmental relations and integrate the environmental and maintenance service departments with the facility plan of operations. This Supervisory position requires approximately 30% "hands on work" maintenance work. The remainder of the position requires management of the Worxhub Software (work orders), and management of three Maintenance Technicians.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

The Supervisor must poses 3 years of related management experience in plant operations (Senior Living experience is preferred). The Supervisor must have the ability to analyze and interpret financial data and other data as it relates to the operation of the department. The Supervisor must have excellent interpersonal skills, be able to plan, organize and assist in the operations of the departments, as well as, exhibit strong time management skills and demonstrate field experience and the ability to "jump in" an do a necessary repair on installation in an emergency or when needed. Proficient in basic computer skills, i.e. Microsoft Office, use of the internet, and be familiar with time and attendance systems. The Supervisor must be able to work under pressure and meet established goals and objectives. The Supervisor must have knowledge of (NFPA) National Fire Protection Agency and all regulatory agencies having jurisdiction over the facility. Must poses basic HVAC, plumbing and electrical skills and be able to trouble shoot effectively to keep outside contractor use to a minimum.

More about the Job:

Ingleside at King Farm (IKF) is a not-for-profit, continuing care retirement community central to the award-winning inter-generational King Farm neighborhood. We offer small town living just a short ride from the Nation’s capital. Inside our walls, residents find a stress free lifestyle with a variety of cultural arts, wellness activities and amenities to choose from, and some of the area’s most spacious apartment homes. But most of all, they find unique members and staff with rich life experiences who have created a community within a community.

If you have the sought after qualifications, a passion for seniors, and if you conduct yourself with respect, take accountability for your actions, are innovative, strive for excellence in all you do and are a good steward of your time and resources then we are honored to review your resume.

Problem Solving:

The Supervisor must cope with most problems independently and confer with the Director on all unusual problems.

Accountabilities of the Supervisor:

Embraces the philosophy of the community and utilizes these as the foundation for the operation of the department.  The Supervisor understands the purpose of these principles and philosophy and uses them as a guide in his or her daily performance.

Utilizes approved policies and procedures, as they apply to the assigned facility, in the operation of the department.

Financially accountable for the Environmental and Maintenance Service Departments.  The Supervisor assists in operating the departments in accordance with the approved budget, while providing the client with the maximum value spent.

Maintain an environment a sanitary, attractive and orderly condition.

Plan, organize, direct, coordinate and supervise functions and activities of the maintenance department utilizing the Worx Hub.

Monitors flow and quality of work to assure timely completion of workload and adherence to facility’s standards and regulations utilizing the Worx Hub.

Prepares and maintains a variety of departmental records, logs and reports utilizing the Worx Hub.

Interviews independent contractors to receive and analyze bids; submits bids and recommendations to administration for consideration.

Conducts regular management staff meetings and communicates with members of other departments to coordinate housekeeping and maintenance activities.

Maintains the departments in an “inspection ready” state at all times, assuring the departments operate within federal, state, and local regulations.

Maintains excellent relations with residents, client and all community departments.

Serves on community committees and professional organizations as required.

Ensures that competency in the position is maintained by participating in CommunityWorks and outside training programs, as required.

Follows all community policies and procedures.

Promotes the professional growth and development of the entire team and the community department employees at all times.

Implements change to the environmental and maintenance service program that enhances the desirability of the community for current and future residents.  Encourage and nurture associate creativity and innovation with the CommunityWorks program.

Participate and take on appropriate responsibilities in the community for their safety program.

Responsible for in house fire and emergency response policy and procedures to include facility-wide training program and all fire safety-related equipment inspections and maintenance.

Maintains a safe environment which includes the facility and all grounds.

Physical Requirements:

Must be a minimum of 18 years of age and capable of lifting 35 pounds or more.  Capable of sitting for extended periods of time, as well as standing and maneuvering independently and safely around all areas in the facility.  Ability to see and hear, or to use prosthetics that will enable these senses to function adequately to assure that position requirements can be fully met.  Sufficient manual dexterity to operate a fire extinguisher, manipulate housekeeping equipment and operate all office equipment.  Must be able to assist in the evacuation of residents

Personal Requirements:

Ability to read, write, speak clearly and understand English.  Possess good communication skills, both oral and written.  Ability to use business math concepts.  Ability to get along well with others, to demonstrate flexibility and patience, to work as a member of a team, and to demonstrate a high level of sensitivity and interest in people, particularly older adults.  Must be of good general health and demonstrate emotional stability.  Must be able to cope with the emotional and physical stress of the position.

Working Conditions:

Works in Environmental Services department, as well as throughout the community.  Sits, stands, bends, lifts, and moves intermittently during working hours.  Adheres to a smoke-free working environment in Environmental Service department.  Subject to on-call hours in the event of emergency, weather or otherwise.  Works beyond normal working hours, on weekends and holidays and in other positions temporarily, when necessary.  Subject to frequent interruptions.  Is subject to falls, odors, etc., throughout the work day.  Is involved with personnel under all conditions/circumstances.  Performance of position will involve exposure to commercial cleaning products, heat, noise, dust and dirt.

To apply for this position please send cover letter and resume to Frank Romonoski at: FRomonoski@inglesdieonline.org

Position Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Board, the Executive Director leads the staff and operations of the organization while working in partnership with the Board to set the strategic direction and implement strategic priorities.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

The Literacy Council of Montgomery County (LCMC) seeks a skilled nonprofit leader with a passion for the transformative impact of improved adult literacy and the ability to manage and lead organizational growth. LCMC’s mission is to enable adults to transform their lives and enrich our community through English literacy.

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The Organization

LCMC is a private non-profit organization that provides basic literacy and English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction to adults in Montgomery County, Maryland. The organization supports programs – both one-on-one and classroom instruction – in basic literacy, ESL and specialized instruction on Family, Health and Workplace English literacy.

LCMC serves the community by training and deploying more than 550 volunteers as well as 21 paid contract classroom instructors. Learning takes place across Montgomery County at public libraries and LCMC’s offices in the Rockville library. LCMC has programmatic and funding relations with the state of Maryland and Montgomery County. Since the organization’s inception, we have trained more than 10,000 volunteer tutors, who have taught more than 20,000 adult learners.

LCMC exists to address a growing need for English Literacy services in the community. The organization has evolved over the last 54 years to teach English language skills to adults who want to speak, read, and write English as a second language or to native English speakers who are unable to read and write in any language. These services are primarily funded through grants and donations, and are low cost or free to the learners. LCMC is part of a network of organizations serving Montgomery County adults with limited English proficiency.

With the growing need for LCMC’s services, the organization has grown and continues to grow in the number of learners served and in the programs offered to the public. LCMC currently serves more than 1,500 learners, which represent less than 1% of the estimated 130,000 people with limited English proficiency in Montgomery County. LCMC seeks to increase the number of learners served to 2,000 by FY2021.

LCMC has 13 headquarters staff and 21 part-time instructors. The Executive Director has five direct reports: Director of Programs, Director of Operations, Development and Communications Coordinator, Volunteer Program Coordinator, and an Administrative Assistant.

The annual budget is approximately $1.2 million, including the value of an in-kind contribution of space at the Rockville public library. Major funders include Montgomery County and the Maryland Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation. The organization is financially strong, with six months of operating funds in reserve.

LCMC is governed by a volunteer Board that includes people with backgrounds in literacy, immigration, education, finance and other areas.

Strategic Priorities

In late 2015, LCMC completed a strategic plan that identified organizational priorities including:

  • Implement a new system that establishes a pathway for each student that improves outcomes and helps adapt to changing requirements of the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.
  • Nurture and expand collaborations with partners to increase the pathways to success of students.
  • Develop a strategic approach to volunteer engagement that enhances outcomes and deepens volunteers’ connection to LCMC.
  • Increase the organization’s visibility and brand recognition.
  • Continue to build, develop and nurture a strong staff team.
  • Work with the Board to enhance and develop capacity.

For more information, visit literacycouncilmcmd.org.

The Position

Reporting to the Board, the Executive Director leads the staff and operations of the organization while working in partnership with the Board to set the strategic direction and implement strategic priorities.

Key Responsibilities

  • Serve as the external spokesperson for LCMC, representing the organization and building relationships with key nonprofit, corporate, and government stakeholders.
  • Create and implement a fundraising plan that is aligned with LCMCs strategic direction.
  • Build on LCMC’s track record while working to implement best practices in adult literacy.
  • Ensure that students, teachers, and volunteers have a positive experience by emphasizing customer service throughout the organization.
  • Provide strong financial leadership and expand the organization’s funding base.
  • Maintain existing, and develop new partnerships to expand LCMC’s reach and impact.
  • Lead and manage staff, promote teamwork, and ensure ongoing attention to professional development and retention strategies.
  • Provide leadership and support to the Board and its committees that continue to build Board capacity.

Experience and Attributes

Ideal candidates for this position will be knowledgeable and passionate about education/adult literacy and nonprofit management. Other qualifications include:

  • Senior leadership experience, preferably in an organization involved in educational activities, workforce development, and/or organizations with a large number of volunteers.
  • Strong fundraising experience, with an emphasis on foundation grants.
  • A strong track record of motivating, building and supporting staff.
  • Proven networker with exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to develop and understand complex relationships that involve a diverse group of stakeholders.
  • A history of tracking key performance indicators and using technology and other innovations to improve the quality and efficiency of service delivery.
  • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to work with communications staff and a board to raise the organization’s profile.
  • Demonstrated experience with fiscal management, budgeting, and operations.
  • Track record of change management that has led to organizational growth.
  • Ability to work with diverse populations.
  • Relationships in and knowledge of Montgomery County preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred.

Salary will be commensurate with experience. LCMC is an equal opportunity employer. Applications from women and persons of color are encouraged.

Application Process

To apply, e-mail resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to: LCMC@raffa.com
(e-mail applications are required and will only be accepted at this email address). LCMC has hired Raffa to assist with the executive search and transition. If you have questions about the search, please contact: Ginna Goodenow at ggoodenow@raffa.com. Resume reviews begin immediately.

About Raffa

Founded in 1984, Raffa is a woman-owned consulting and professional services firm whose mission is to be a catalyst for positive, systemic change. Dedicated to strengthening and supporting the nonprofit sector, the Firm and its affiliates now employ nearly 300 full-time employees who deliver an array of business consulting, search, and managed infrastructure services to clients. Raffa’s client-centric, customized approach helps each client meet its potential and ensures each client’s success is sustained and maintained. Learn more about Raffa at www.raffa.com.

Position Responsibilities:

The Business Development Specialist is an exempt, full-time position and serves as a key member of the MCEDC’s business development team. This position reports to the Director, Business Recruitment. This position is responsible for performing increasingly responsible work to attract businesses to Montgomery County. Responsibilities include interacting with businesses, non-profit organizations, and government agencies in order to attract new business and build a diverse, sustainable economy for Montgomery County. The Business Development Specialist also will reach out to a variety of businesses with the goal of facilitating private sector capital investment creating new job opportunities for Montgomery County.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

• Ability to develop respect and trust from community and business leaders • Ability to understand the viewpoint of business, including minority and underserved business communities • Superb communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to listen actively and present clearly and effectively in positive or negative situations, and to respond well to questions • Writes clearly and informatively and varies writing style to meet needs • Independent and strategic thinker with the capacity to generate new ideas and act creatively • Strong team player • Ability to represent the MCEDC at community-based events and meetings • Comfortable organizing interns and volunteers • Adaptable to changes in the work environment, managing competing demands, changing approaches or methods to best fit the situation, and dealing with frequent changes or unexpected events • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure, to meet tight deadlines within budgetary constraints, and to handle multiple projects simultaneously and autonomously • Hold a valid U.S. driver’s license • Hold a U.S. Passport

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Overview: The Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) brings a big and bold approach to achieving greater economic competitiveness and prosperity across Montgomery County, MD.

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation with a fresh public/private perspective, entrepreneurial spirit, and proactive approach to economic development, the MCEDC is focused on maximizing Montgomery County’s rich diversity of people, talent, and business expertise to keep the county at the leading edge of today’s competitive economic development environment.

Overseen by a Board of Directors with both public and private sector representation, the MCEDC is committed to growing the county’s vibrant business community and leveraging current strengths and advantages to build an even stronger, more stable, and diverse future economy that benefits all members of the community.

The Business Development Specialist is an exempt, full-time position and serves as a key member of the MCEDC’s business development team. This position reports to the Director, Business Recruitment. This position is responsible for performing increasingly responsible work to attract businesses to Montgomery County. Responsibilities include interacting with businesses, non-profit organizations, and government agencies in order to attract new business and build a diverse, sustainable economy for Montgomery County. The Business Development Specialist also will reach out to a variety of businesses with the goal of facilitating private sector capital investment creating new job opportunities for Montgomery County. 

Essential Functions/Duties/Tasks:

  • Assist in recruitment efforts focused on targeted industry sectors
  • Work with the MCEDC team to implement a wide range of economic development projects and programs
  • Become familiar with the full range of economic development assistance provided by the MCEDC and its partner organizations
  • Identify and develop tools and resources for business and related community partners
  • Schedule, coordinate, and participate in company visits
  • Respond to requests for information and develop subject-matter-expertise in order to provide connections and guidance to businesses, partners, the general public, and/or outside agencies
  • Research and develop new business contacts and opportunities and draft proposals, applications, presentations, and other documents as needed to develop opportunities
  • Research and outreach to US and international businesses seeking to expand or relocate their businesses
  • Act as liaison for a variety of advisory groups, boards, committees, agencies, councils, and other related groups
  • With the MCEDC staff, initiate meetings and conduct strategic and effective presentations with representatives of local business and community organizations to cultivate partnerships and generate new opportunities for the MCEDC
  • With the MCEDC staff, create and implement partnership programs and initiatives that build stronger, more aligned collaboration among the MCEDC and partner organizations
  • Continuously build and maintain a collaborative relationship with businesses, partners, and client communities
  • With the MCEDC staff, develop strategies for and attend trade shows and other industry sector events
  • Track business interactions and results in the MCEDC’s Salesforce database
  • Perform other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned 

Required knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Ability to develop respect and trust from community and business leaders
  • Ability to understand the viewpoint of business, including minority and underserved business communities
  • Superb communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to listen actively and present clearly and effectively in positive or negative situations, and to respond well to questions
  • Writes clearly and informatively and varies writing style to meet needs
  • Independent and strategic thinker with the capacity to generate new ideas and act creatively
  • Strong team player
  • Ability to represent the MCEDC at community-based events and meetings
  • Comfortable organizing interns and volunteers
  • Adaptable to changes in the work environment, managing competing demands, changing approaches or methods to best fit the situation, and dealing with frequent changes or unexpected events
  • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure, to meet tight deadlines within budgetary constraints, and to handle multiple projects simultaneously and autonomously
  • Hold a valid U.S. driver’s license
  • Hold a U.S. Passport 

Preferred education and experience:

  • Experience working in community collaborations or coalitions
  • Experience working in an entrepreneurial environment
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 3+ years of relevant experience
  • Proficiency in working with Microsoft Office Suite and Salesforce or other CRM
  • Familiarity with standard office equipment

Description of physical demands and work environment:

  • Must be able to travel throughout the county to companies, partner organizations, meetings, and events
  • Must be able to occasionally travel outside of the region to events and trade shows
  • Must be able to use office equipment and computers
  • Position may require moderate lifting of supplies and materials from time to time
  • The working environment is a general office environment with a moderate noise level

Job Type: Full-time, Exempt

Job Location: Montgomery County, MD

Required education: Bachelor’s Degree

Required experience: Minimum of 3 years of relevant experience

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Contact: spiros@thinkmoco.com

EEO Statement:

Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Position Responsibilities:

Support association’s apprenticeship, craft training, and related educational activities.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

• Multitask with ease on a variety of projects • Work with education coordinator to ensure that all schedules are followed • Proficient in office applications to keep accurate program reports • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills to identify educational obstacles. • Strong written, verbal and interpersonal skills • Exceptional organizational skills • Strong detail-orientation • Able to independently troubleshoot problems • Exceptional customer (member) service outlook and capability • Professional and pleasant office personality and demeanor • Strong team player with skills and ability to work independently • Proficient in MS Office and database management

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REPORTS TO: Director of Education

ACCOUNTABLE TO: Director of Education and President & CEO

SCOPE:          Support association’s apprenticeship, craft training, and related educational activities.

CLASSIFICATION:    Non-Exempt

PRIMARY DUTIES:

  1. Communicate, distribute and track apprentice agreement packets to applicants, employers and government agencies
  2. Establish processes for and maintain oversight of accurate apprenticeship, on-the-job training hours, and other jurisdictional administrative records
  3. Create classes in database including generating invoices
  4. Assist with student orientations and educational sessions for instructors
  5. Administer student attendance program w/access cards, grades reports and OJT reports
  6. Directly communicate program progress with participating employers
  7. Administer apprenticeship prospect program
  8. Order books, instructor materials and office supplies
  9. Coordinate apprentice graduation
  10. Track employment status of apprentices
  11. Conduct exit interviews with dropped students and/or employers
  12. First to answer phone calls to provide exceptional member services in a professional manner
  13. Ensure the Academy is a clean and safe environment for students, staff and visitors
  14. Assist with registration and/or other duties as assigned at all ABC functions, including — but not limited to — monthly general membership meetings, annual golf outing, staff mailings and special events
  15. Perform other duties as assigned

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

Operates under supervision of Director of Education and is expected to perform all tasks related to the position’s basic functions with minimal direct supervision.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Multitask with ease on a variety of projects
  • Work with education coordinator to ensure that all schedules are followed
  • Proficient in office applications to keep accurate program reports
  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills to identify educational obstacles.
  • Strong written, verbal and interpersonal skills
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Strong detail-orientation
  • Able to independently troubleshoot problems
  • Exceptional customer (member) service outlook and capability
  • Professional and pleasant office personality and demeanor
  • Strong team player with skills and ability to work independently
  • Proficient in MS Office and database management

To apply, please email cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to: dlivingston@abcmetrowashington.org

Position Responsibilities:

This position serves as the US main point of contact and will serve as project manager for US activities. At first, the team would be managed remotely from our European office, with an objective of granting the subsidiary autonomy on all US operations within 12 to 18 months. This position is home based, and proximity of your residence to big cities and/or well-connected airports is important. Customer site visits for meetings and workshops will be required circa one day per week.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

A Graduate from an IT engineering school or university. Experience in web application design and development. A keen understanding and interest in project management processes, able to manage projects directly with the customer or project owner. The ideal candidate will have excellent project management skills and will display a rigorous, exacting and independent working ethos. Excellent communication and analytical skills. Solid technical background (software engineer); able to handle all phases of a project, from design to implementation.

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OJC Consulting provides consulting and implementation services in corporate cloud solutions. Our business consultants and web applications specialists help international companies increase their profitability by improving their business processes, optimizing costs and leveraging cutting-edge information and communication software solutions.

A French leading spend management consulting company, OJC is #1 in Europe for integration of IVALUA spend analysis, sourcing and P2P suite in international corporations. Because of the impressive commercial success of IVALUA in the US (Whirlpool, Honeywell, City of New-York) and the recent signature of a global partnership between the editor and OJC for the implementation of such projects, OJC is creating a new subsidiary in the USA. USA activities are growing rapidly, and already represent 25 to 30% of OJC forecasted turnover in 2017. This position would play a part in opening and expanding the US operations.

Summary: This position serves as the US main point of contact and will serve as project manager for US activities. At first, the team would be managed remotely from our European office, with an objective of granting the subsidiary autonomy on all US operations within 12 to 18 months. This position is home based, and proximity of your residence to big cities and/or well-connected airports is important. Customer site visits for meetings and workshops will be required circa one day per week.

Job Functions:

  • Take part in pre-sales processes (analysis of customer’s requirements, feasibility study, contribute to writing proposals)
  • Project management: lead or attend meetings and steering committees of projects (both internal and customer-side); monitor project budget and costs using OJC methodology.
  • Functional design: lead design workshops with managing directors or key stakeholders and IT experts ; analyse and build business processes and models, design data models, user interfaces, system interfaces and reporting solutions ; write functional specifications
  • Plan, contribute to, and test implementation and configuration.
  • Take part in the functional specifications and configuration of cloud applications

Ideal Candidate:

OJC is looking for…

  • A Graduate from an IT engineering school or university
  • Experience in web application design and development
  • A keen understanding and interest in project management processes, able to manage projects directly with the customer or project owner
  • The ideal candidate will have excellent project management skills and will display a rigorous, exacting and independent working ethos.
  • Excellent communication and analytical skills.
  • Solid technical background (software engineer); able to handle all phases of a project, from design to implementation.

Key Skills:

  • Software design (needs assessment, use cases, UX/UI)
  • Technical background: object programming, SQL, HTML, C#, Asp.net, Analysis Services
  • Project methodology (V cycle, CMMI, agile, …) and experiences of client relationships
  • Strong analytical and reporting skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, MS Project)
  • Perfect English, clear and well-structured expression and writing

To apply to this exciting role, please send your full application to hiring@ojc-consulting.com

For further information about the company, please visit our website: www.ojc-consulting.com

Please send a letter highlighting your qualifications and your resume to info@worksourcemontgomery.com
* Compensation will be commensurate with qualifications
** WorkSource Montgomery is an equal opportunity employer

Position Responsibilities:

Working alongside solution consultants and project managers, this position will serve as technical consultant, configuration expert, and developer. In charge of the implementation and maintenance of Ivalua applications in big corporations, our team of IT consultants and developers will have the responsibility of on-time delivery, quality controls, and 2nd level support for strategic projects. At first, the team would be managed remotely from our European office, with an objective of granting the subsidiary autonomy on all US operations within 12 to 18 months. This position is home based however proximity of your residence to big cities and/or well-connected airports is important. Customer site visits for meetings and workshops will be required every other week.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

A Graduate from an IT engineering school or university. Proven experience in web application design and development, preferably on Microsoft or Java technologies. A keen understanding and interest in project management processes, customer relationship and business analysis. The ideal candidate will have excellent project management skills and will display a rigorous, exacting and independent working ethos. Excellent communication and analytical skills. Strong technical skills, esp. on SQL, system interfaces and web development

More about the Job:

OJC Consulting provides consulting and implementation services in corporate cloud solutions. Our business consultants and web applications specialists help international companies increase their profitability by improving their business processes, optimizing costs and leveraging cutting-edge information and communication software solutions.

A French leading spend management consulting company, OJC is #1 in Europe for integration of IVALUA spend analysis, sourcing and P2P suite in international corporations. Because of the impressive commercial success of IVALUA in the US (Whirlpool, Honeywell, City of New-York) and the recent signature of a global partnership between the company and OJC for the implementation of such projects, OJC is creating a new subsidiary in the USA. USA activities are growing rapidly, and already represent 25 to 30% of OJC forecasted turnover in 2017. This position would play a part in opening and expanding the US operations.

Summary: Working alongside solution consultants and project managers, this position will serve as technical consultant, configuration expert, and developer. In charge of the implementation and maintenance of Ivalua applications in big corporations, our team of IT consultants and developers will have the responsibility of on-time delivery, quality controls, and 2nd level support for strategic projects. At first, the team would be managed remotely from our European office, with an objective of granting the subsidiary autonomy on all US operations within 12 to 18 months. This position is home based however proximity of your residence to big cities and/or well-connected airports is important. Customer site visits for meetings and workshops will be required every other week.

Job Functions:

  • Functional and technical design: take part in design workshops, design user interfaces, system interfaces and reporting on Ivalua platform; take part in functional and technical specifications.
  • End to end implementation, test and delivery of the designed solution. Most of the implementation is done through online configuration of the Ivalua cloud solution, but some projects require actual development based on C# and SQL Server.
  • Manage the maintenance cycle of projects in production, including 2nd level support, problem identification and resolution.

Ideal Candidate:

OJC is looking for…

  • A Graduate from an IT engineering school or university
  • Proven experience in web application design and development, preferably on Microsoft or Java technologies
  • A keen understanding and interest in project management processes, customer relationship and business analysis
  • The ideal candidate will have excellent project management skills and will display a rigorous, exacting and independent working ethos.
  • Excellent communication and analytical skills.
  • Strong technical skills, esp. on SQL, system interfaces and web development

Key Skills:

  • Software design (needs assessment, use cases, UX/UI)
  • Object programming, SQL, HTML, C#, Asp.net, Analysis Services
  • Project methodology (V cycle, CMMI, agile, …) and experiences of client relationships
  • Strong analytical and reporting skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, MS Project)
  • Perfect English, clear and well-structured expression and writing

To apply to this exciting role, please send your full application to hiring@ojc-consulting.com

For further information about the company, please visit our website: www.ojc-consulting.com

Position Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Lead Housekeeper, the Housekeeper is responsible for maintaining all spaces at Glenstone at the highest level and will be responsible for scheduled and unscheduled cleaning, organization, light maintenance, horizontal and vertical surfaces, and fixtures. This position entails full-performance, high-level work maintaining the museum’s buildings and ensuring that cleanliness, orderliness, and attractive conditions are sustained to guarantee a healthy and aesthetically appealing physical environment. Maintain open and responsive relationships with the Glenstone community, including guests, visitors, and other employees.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

• High school diploma or GED. • Minimum of one-year experience performing custodial work in an institutional or commercial setting. • Valid driver's license and clean driving record and reliable transportation. • Experience operating and maintaining equipment such as vacuum cleaners and floor machines. • Ability to follow written and oral instructions, follow diagrams and sketches for event setup. • Ability to lift and transport 25 pounds of supplies and/or equipment.

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ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION Glenstone is an art museum located on more than 200 acres of rolling hills and unspoiled woodland in Potomac, Maryland. Conceived by founders Mitchell and Emily Rales on their deeply held belief that art is essential to life, it has already become one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary art in the world. In addition to the current museum, when its new museum building opens to the public in 2018, Glenstone will become the largest private museum in America welcoming 100,000 visitors every year free of charge. By thoughtfully integrating the power of art, the energy of architecture and the serenity of landscape, Glenstone is both a distinctive idea and a unique place.

Glenstone is proud to foster a professional environment in which people can do interesting, fulfilling and enjoyable work. Not only do its founders develop and oversee all acquisitions and exhibitions, but Emily Rales also serves as director of the Museum and curator of the collection. This provides all associates an unusually high degree of access and interaction with the spirit and vision of Glenstone. To work at Glenstone is to be a part of something bigger, something more meaningful, and something truly special. It is a chance to do a job to the highest standard, with the resources and support available to a founder-led and endowed organization. It is an invitation to be engaged, challenged and stimulated, to help fulfill a powerful mission, and to contribute to a noble purpose.

We are incredibly proud of what Glenstone offers to those who create, appreciate, study, and otherwise participate in the world of art; and we are equally proud of what Glenstone offers to those who choose to join us in doing so. There is no better time than now to become a part of Glenstone.

Desired Attributes & Characteristics

The ideal candidate will work well independently but also thrive as a member of a high-performing team and be comfortable working in a fast-paced, frequently changing environment. Attention to detail will be critical as you will be responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and organization of world-class museum facilities.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Establish and follow periodic routines to maintain meticulous, organized, spotless work areas.
  • Clean walls, furniture, windows, tile, fixtures, equipment, and floors.
  • Responsible for cleaning all types of flooring surfaces, including stairs, and when required, operate heavy-duty machines, including floor burnishers and carpet extractors.
  • Clean, sanitize, and disinfect bathroom areas and replenish paper, soap, and other consumable supplies.
  • Clean windows and mirrors, clean and dust millwork, fixtures, door frames, and related furnishings.
  • Collect, sort, and remove trash and recyclables.
  • Pick up, distribute, monitor, and secure supplies and equipment.
  • Sweep or shovel snow from building entrances and steps.
  • Report malfunctions, unsafe conditions, repairs and damage to equipment, fixtures and buildings.
  • Operate employee shuttle at designated times and/or as needed to transport Glenstone staff.
  • Perform setup for special events.

Required Skills & Experience:

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Minimum of one-year experience performing custodial work in an institutional or commercial setting.
  •  Valid driver’s license and clean driving record and reliable transportation.
  • Experience operating and maintaining equipment such as vacuum cleaners and floor machines.
  • Ability to follow written and oral instructions, follow diagrams and sketches for event setup.
  • Ability to lift and transport 25 pounds of supplies and/or equipment.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Work in a luxury hotel or resort
  • Multi-surface and floor care training to include maintenance and cleaning of stone floors, terrazzo floors, hardwood floors, stainless steel counter tops, interior and exterior glass.
  • Experience working with automatic shades and valuable furniture or artwork.

Salary & Benefits

Associates are crucial to achieving Glenstone’s mission and we offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience. We also provide a total benefits package that helps you manage your health, protect your income, and prepare for your future. To promote collaboration and show appreciation to associates, Glenstone provides a weekly staff lunch, on-site health and wellness classes and volunteer opportunities.

Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance; life, long-term and short-term disability and AD&D insurance, a Flexible Spending Account (FSA); a 401(k) retirement account with a matching contribution; an Employee Assistance Program (EAP); and tuition reimbursement.

Application Process

Submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirements and a list of three professional references electronically to our Glenstone Jobs portal.

Position Responsibilities:

To perform and develop state of the art virological, immunological and molecular assays relevant for the study and development of novel vaccine and therapeutic candidates. * To prepare and purify DNA constructs and recombinant proteins used for vaccine studies. * To perform analytic testing on proteins and DNA using biochemical techniques. * Efficient planning and to ensure successful daily operation of the laboratory. * To provide efficient work flow to ensure high quality work for the completion of assigned responsibilities. * To work with other groups with the organization and scientific staff as needed * To communicate matters of importance such as research plan, technical problems, results etc. to the supervisor and to other scientific personnel associated with the study, which may result in successful completion of projects. Strong communication skills will be required for this position.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

BS degree in scientific discipline (Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Virology or equivalent) * Experience in standard molecular biology/ biochemistry/ immunological techniques * Experience in technical record keeping * Dedication to detail, able to organize and plan projects/ tasks * Intermediate Computer/ PC skills in MS Office, Outlook, Internet etc.

More about the Job:

The incumbent will be responsible for performing and developing state of the art virological, immunological and molecular assays relevant for the study and development of novel vaccine and therapeutic candidates.

Personal attributes:

  • Integrity and trust, work ethic, personal accountability for results, curiosity and passion for Science * Active team orientation with excellent communication skills (oral and written) * Self-motivated and capability to handle multiple tasks within timelines

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:

  • Bachelor’s

Required experience:

  • molecular biology/ biochemistry/ immunological techniques: 2 years

Position Responsibilities:

Provide end-user support and training for computer, network systems, telephones, printers, and related equipment. Troubleshoot, repair, and maintain network equipment (switches, security appliances, routers, wireless endpoint appliances, and proxy appliances), server hardware/software (Microsoft-based Operating Systems and Linux), network directory services, telephone systems, storage area network (SAN) devices, and virtual machine infrastructure. Assist with system administration duties, including security, remote access, maintenance of server's integrity, data backups and restoration, and offsite storage. Manage and maintain anti-spam services and antivirus/anti-malware protection solutions. Install and upgrade network and voice communication system hardware and software and related equipment and systems components.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

High school graduate or equivalent. At least 3 years of skilled experience directly supporting local and wide area networks, including networked software, security administration, server administration, and network backup and restoration. Certifications related to network technology and server administration (for example, MCSE, MCP, CCNA, F5, NetApp). Excellent analytic and troubleshooting skills for problems that span multiple domains (application, network, system, hardware). Strong organizational skills and a demonstrated ability to prioritize and execute tasks. The ability to clearly communicate technical solutions in a cordial, user-friendly manner, and to provide one-on-one end user training as needed. Desire and ability to learn new technologies and skills. Or any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

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The City of Gaithersburg Department of Information Technology is accepting applications for a motivated and customer service oriented Network Operations Specialist I to perform technical and systems analytical work in the design, installation, operation, and repair of the City’s network servers, voice data communications, systems, and network security systems.

As a member of the Network Operations team, you’ll serve at the second tier helpdesk support level, responding to and resolving end user needs within the City’s overall information systems infrastructure.  We are looking for an action-oriented individual who has excellent technical and problem-solving skills, is an effective communicator, and has the demonstrated ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and to follow up on issues with minimal direction.  At the City of Gaithersburg, you’ll be joining an innovative and collaborative team committed to providing exceptional customer service and upholding the public interest.

40 hours per week, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Some evening, weekend, and holiday work may be required from time to time.  This position is non-exempt which means an individual in this position is eligible for overtime compensation under the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the City’s personnel regulations.Starting salary is negotiable within the salary range, depending on knowledge, qualifications, training, certifications, and experience.  We provide a comprehensive and competitive benefits package including opportunities for growth.

Additional Information Interested applicants must submit an online application to be considered. This is a continuous recruitment; review of applications will begin immediately. Prompt application is highly encouraged. Recruitment will close without notice when a sufficient number of qualified applications are received or all hiring decisions have been made. The successful candidate will be subject to a background investigation and pre-employment medical examination including drug/alcohol screening. Direct deposit of paychecks is a condition of employment for all City of Gaithersburg employees. Questions regarding the position may be directed to the Department of Information Technology at 301.258.6325 or it@gaithersburgmd.gov. Questions regarding the online application process may be directed to the Department of Human Resources at 301.258.6327 or hr@gaithersburgmd.gov. This recruitment will establish an eligibility list which will be used to fill current vacancies and may be used to fill other openings in this classification which occur in the next 12 months.

Position Responsibilities:

Manage all aspects of the office to ensure operational rigor. Work with project managers and vice presidents to monitor and correctly input job costs. Work with new hires and veterans of the firm to ensure that their insurance and 401k plans are correct. Monitor and distribute payroll through a payroll service (Paychex).

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Superb communicating skills. 2+ years experience in either bookkeeping, human resources, or both. Thorough knowledge of bookkeeping, insurance, 401k plans, and hiring. Experience in managing, training and developing people. Experience in computer technology. Experience in supporting a rapidly growing organization around the complexities of executing work.

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At Doyle, our primary objective is to deliver exceptional service catered to our clients’ specific goals and concerns. Our project teams deliver top quality work through a hands-on, collaborative process while keeping our clients’ best interests our absolute focus at all times. With specialized training and the support of a national company, we foster project teams whose skill and dedication leads to the deliberate, predictable and repeatable construction experiences that have attracted and retained the top clients in every market in which we focus. The most memorable construction experiences are based on one principle—it’s the people who make the difference. And at Doyle, we have the very best.

Compensation:

  • $50,000-$80,000 base salary depending on experience and skill set
  • Health & Dental Insurance
  • 401k
  • 3 weeks vacation

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $50,000.00 to $80,000.00 /year

Required experience:

  • Construction Office Management: 2 years

Position Responsibilities:

Edit/Proofread/Quality Control Physician Data Query (PDQ) health professional cancer genetics information summaries. Work with NCI Cancer Genetics Editorial Board manager and assist with Cancer Genetics Editorial Board meetings. Write/edit Patient cancer genetics summaries in lay language. Work in XML program to edit summaries in NCI database.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Degree in Health related sciences preferably cancer genetics. 4 years of experience with copy-editing and quality control scientific documents. 4 years of experience with writing lay language scientific documents. Display a high degree of initiative and ability to work independently under minimum supervision in a fast-paced environment. Capacity to meet production deadlines. Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Possess the aptitude for understanding the “big picture” while focusing on accuracy and details. Display a strong commitment to working in a team environment.

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Are you passionate about improving quality of life through disease prevention, health promotion, and the care of chronic health conditions? Then consider ICF. We work at the forefront of today’s global health issues, helping clients understand the specific needs of diverse populations and address complex health challenges with behavior and disease surveillance and monitoring, research and surveys, training and technical assistance, and informatics and systems.
 
Job Description:
 
The Health. Research, Informatics and Technology Division is currently seeking a Genetics Editorial Board Writer/Editor to support our NCI client in Rockville, MD.
Preferred Skills/Experience
 
  • Medical copyediting
  • Medical lay language writing
  • Cancer Genetics
 
Professional Skills:
 
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills; detail oriented.
  • Team player with the ability to work and multi-task in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to manage and coordinate work with other staff writer-editors.
 
ICF offers an excellent benefits package, an award winning talent development program, and fosters a highly skilled, energized and empowered workforce. 
 
ICF is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. (EOE – Minorities/Females/ Protected Veterans Status/Disability Status/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity)
 
Working at ICF
Working at ICF means applying a passion for meaningful work with intellectual rigor to help solve the leading issues of our day. Smart, compassionate, innovative, committed, ICF employees tackle unprecedented challenges to benefit people, businesses, and governments around the globe. We believe in collaboration, mutual respect, open communication, and opportunity for growth. ICF—together for tomorrow.
 
About ICF
ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI) is a global consulting and technology services provider with more than 5,000 professionals focused on making big things possible for our clients. We are business analysts, policy specialists, technologists, researchers, digital strategists, social scientists and creatives. Since 1969, government and commercial clients have worked with ICF to overcome their toughest challenges on issues that matter profoundly to their success. Come engage with us at icf.com.

Position Responsibilities:

The Small and Minority Business Development Manager is a full-time, key member of the MCEDC’s business development team who is responsible for outreach to minority and ethnic chambers of commerce and other business groups, and responsible for community and business development outreach in underserved communities. The Small and Minority Business Manager serves as the key liaison to small and minority business groups, underserved communities, and other key constituents, and develops partnerships and programs to serve them.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Bachelor’s Degree required and 3+ years of relevant experience

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The Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) brings a big and bold approach to achieving greater economic competitiveness and prosperity across Montgomery County, MD.

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a fresh public/private perspective, entrepreneurial spirit, and proactive approach to economic development, the MCEDC is focused on maximizing Montgomery County’s rich diversity of people, talent, and business expertise to keep the county at the leading edge of today’s hyper-competitive economic development environment. 

Overseen by a Board of Directors with both public and private representation, the MCEDC is committed to upholding and enhancing the County’s vibrant business community and leveraging current strengths and advantages to build an even stronger, more stable, and diverse future economy that benefits all members of the community.

The Small and Minority Business Development Manager is a full-time, key member of the MCEDC’s business development team who is responsible for outreach to minority and ethnic chambers of commerce and other business groups, and responsible for community and business development outreach in underserved communities.   The Small and Minority Business Manager serves as the key liaison to small and minority business groups, underserved communities, and other key constituents, and develops partnerships and programs to serve them. 

Essential Functions/Duties/Tasks:

  • Conduct proactive outreach to minority and ethnic chambers of commerce and other business groups to learn about their constituencies, services and priorities, and to inform them of the economic development assistance provided by MCEDC and its partners.
  • Initiate meetings and conduct strategic and effective presentations with representatives of local business and community organizations to cultivate partnerships and generate new opportunities for the MCEDC to help grow jobs and the business tax base.
  • Collaborate with local communities by proactively participating in on-site meetings that include a variety of local officials, stakeholders, general public and other interested parties; and continuously build and maintain a collaborative relationship with partners and client communities.
  • Research the local community to identify small and minority business and community groups, and identify opportunities for creative partnerships. 
  • Create and implement partnership programs and initiatives that build stronger, more aligned collaboration amongst the MCEDC and partner organizations.
  • Become familiar with the full range of economic development assistance provided by MCEDC and its partner organizations, and identify and develop tools and resources for community partners.
  • Provide technical advice and guidance on economic development programs and initiatives to community organizations, elected officials, citizens and others to assist with their planning, execution and implementation of programs and community development needs and initiatives.
  • Through regular ongoing engagement with residents and community leaders, identify community needs and service gaps.
  • Develop community organizing strategies to increase business and resident involvement in economic development activities that address community issues/concerns.

Required knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure, to meet tight deadlines within budgetary constraints, and to handle multiple projects simultaneously and autonomously
  • Ability to garner respect and trust from community and business leaders, elected officials, and a wide variety of stakeholders
  • Ability to understand the viewpoint of minority and underserved communities
  • Excellent coalition building skills, organizing skills and mediation/negotiation skills, including the ability to inspire trust and motivate and negotiate with community members and partners, and a key understanding of how to engage communities in a responsible and honorable way
  • Superb communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to listen actively and present clearly and effectively in positive or negative situations, and to respond well to questions
  • Writes clearly and informatively and varies writing style to meet needs 
  • Independent and strategic thinker with the capacity to generate new ideas and act creatively
  • Strong team player
  • Ability to represent MCEDC at community-based events and meetings
  • Comfortable organizing interns and volunteers
  • Adaptable to changes in the work environment, managing competing demands, changing approaches or methods to best fit the situation, and dealing with frequent changes or unexpected events.
  • Holds a valid U.S. driver’s license

Preferred education and experience:

  • Professional experience working in community collaborations or coalitions
  • Experience working in an entrepreneurial environment
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 3+ years of relevant experience
  • Familiarity with standard office equipment, and with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Foreign language fluency—ideally applicants will be proficient in one or more languages that are relevant in the local business community (such as Spanish, French, Amharic, etc.)

Description of physical demands and work environment:

  • Must be able to travel throughout the county to partner organizations, meetings and events
  • Must be able to occasionally travel outside of the region to events and trade shows
  • Must be able to use office equipment and computers
  • Position may require moderate lifting of supplies and materials from time to time
  • The working environment is a general office environment with a moderate noise level

Job Type: Full-time

Job Location: Montgomery County, MD

Required education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree

Required experience:

  • 3+ years of relevant experience

Salary

  • Salary commensurate with experience

 EOE Statement:

Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Please send cover letter & CV to Jacob Sesker at JSesker@choosemontgomerycountymd.com.

Position Responsibilities:

Is the acknowledged leader and proactive manager of JCA financial, administra-tive and business operations. Serves as a member of Senior Staff. Provides lead staff support to the Board’s Budget, Audit & Finance Committee, Investment Committee and other lay or staff commit-tees as assigned. As assigned, represents the CEO and the organization.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Master’s degree in finance, accounting or a related field. CPA accreditation. At least 10 years’ accounting experience, with at least three years’ experience as a Chief Operating Officer or a Chief Financial Officer of a 501c3 corporation with an annual operating budget of at least $5 million.

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Personality Profile: Precise. Analytical. Detail oriented. Tactful. Reliable. Punctual and deadline-driven. A tech-savvy quick learner who welcomes and integrates advice from many sources including donors, volunteers, staff, clients and consultants. An effective contracts negotiator and “deal maker.” A change agent who challenges the status quo but also is a team player, a motivator, and a can-do person who helps programmatic, administrative and financial management staff at all levels to recognize the importance of continuous improvement as well as the importance of their contributions to the organization. A roll-up-the-shirtsleeves person who is equally comfortable in the spotlight and in the background. A person who likes to shape the big picture, persuasively communicate that big picture to others, and work at top levels and “in the trenches” as needed to get the job done.

Duties:

Ensures that JCA’s financial and administrative service staff functions as an effective team that maximizes return on investment and supports JCA educational and service programs and other operations by providing

  • prompt and accurate processing of payables, receivables and payroll;
  • vigilant segregation of operating funds, temporarily restricted funds and permanently restricted (endowment) funds;
  • excellent advice on business practices including but not limited to grants accounting, service fee structuring and collections, shortage control, and risk abatement;
  • strict compliance with all legislated and mandated activities and guidelines;
  • maintenance and ready access of detailed accounting and business records;
  • preparation of timely and understandable internal and external reports that are appropriate to their intended readerships;
  • continuous tracking, management and reporting of cash flow;
  • development of realistic budgets, budget forecasts and budget amendments;
  • unwavering adherence to Generally Accepted Accounting Practices (GAAP);
  • management and interpretation of insurance policies;
  • employee benefits administration;
  • technology infrastructure and support; and
  • reception, building management, and other services at the JCA Ann L. Bronfman Center, ensuring that volunteers and staff have a safe and efficient workplace.

Ensures that JCA licensing, tax records and payments, corporate filings and other corporate docu-mentation present accurate data and are submitted properly and on time.

Ensures JCA’s conformance with contract, federal, state and municipal requirements.

Serves as JCA’s primary staff liaison to

  • the Budget, Audit & Finance Committee and Investment Committee of the JCA Board and other committees and task forces as assigned;
  • financial auditors;
  • investment advisers, credit card processors, banks and other financial institutions; and
  • program managers at all levels that need to track, control and forecast their program budgets, improve service, and maximize net revenue and cost efficiencies. In this regard, serves as an “internal business process consultant.”

Presents information to diverse publics including the JCA Board and its Executive Committee.

Works collaboratively with fellow Chief Operating Officers, top program and finance staff, and oth-er senior staff persons within and without the local Jewish community.

Anticipates problems, suggests means to ameliorate or eliminate problems and, as assigned, leads the implementation of approved changes or supports such implementation.

Serves as a member of the Senior Staff, thereby helping to set the vision, pace, culture and program mix of the JCA organization.

As assigned, represents the CEO and the organization including but not limited to signing letters of agreements, checks and other payment authorizations.

Carries out all duties and responsibilities in a manner that protects the health information of JCA clients and that conforms to all state, county and federal rules, regulations or requirements of law related to client health information or privacy rights. (This obligation will survive the termination of employment or the end of association with JCA regardless of the reason for such termination. For current staff, violations of the privacy policy and procedures may result in sanctions up to and in-cluding termination.)

Performs other related duties as assigned.

Experience, Skills and Education:

Master’s degree in finance, accounting or a related field.

CPA accreditation.

At least 10 years’ accounting experience, with at least three years’ experience as a Chief Operating Officer or a Chief Financial Officer of a 501c3 corporation with an annual operating budget of at least $5 million. 3

Expertise in grants accounting and in the accounting of investments and endowments.

Able to keep abreast of changes in accounting standards, software, hardware, etc. and able to trans-late that knowledge into practical workplace solutions.

Experience in improving business processes within a nonprofit corporation.

Expertise in working with Sage MIP or similar accounting systems, Excel, Word and other JCA-owned software. Willing and able to generate routine correspondence independently.

Outstanding skills in oral and written presentation.

Capable of interacting effectively with a variety of constituents including Board Members, Trustees, other donors, contractors, grantors, vendors, key volunteers and staff.

Strong, demonstrable management skills. Demonstrated capability to make tough decisions and to implement them promptly.

Outstanding ability to plan and direct workflow to meet deadlines and multiple workplace demands.

Highest ethical standards.

Able to keep confidential matters confidential.

Capable of being bonded.

Able to work evenings, weekends and other irregular hours to get the job done.

Able to travel within the Greater Washington, D.C. area to attend meetings, visit program sites, etc. Access to a car.

Or any other suitable combination of education, knowledge, skills and experience that would render a candidate qualified for this position.

Reporting:

Supervises finance and office operations personnel. May coordinate the work of job trainees as well as interns or other volunteers.

Reports to the CEO.

The starting wage is $88,300 – $100,000 per year. Applicants should email resume and cover letter to David Gamse, CEO, at dgamse@AccessJCA.org and list the job title in the subject line. Please note, however, that JCA will communicate only with principles (not with headhunters and such), and we ask that inquiries be via email only; no calls.

Position Responsibilities:

The candidate’s primary duties will include planning, organizing, purchasing/contract administration, cost/schedule management, job documentation, oversight and execution of projects. Day to day activities will include construction budget estimates, project management of Client’s construction initiatives.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

• College degree in Building Construction, Engineering, Architecture or similar is preferred. • Prefer to have minimum seven (7) years of experience in commercial construction project management, including direct construction / field experience and preconstruction / estimating abilities.

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About GreenBench:

GreenBench is a commercial real estate services firm focusing on development and construction. We are located in Rockville, Maryland adjacent to the Rockville Metro station. We are currently involved in with more than 50 properties in the Washington Metropolitan Region with projects ranging in size from $100K to well in excess of $100M. Project types include mixed use, residential, retail, hospitality, and office.

Our extensive experience in acquisitions, planning, procurement, risk management, project delivery, property operations, and team building, allows GreenBench to handle virtually any real estate project. See www.GreenBenchcos.com for additional information.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Analyzing and establishing construction budgets.

• Managing the development of the project scope and construction documents to conform to the established budgets. This includes, but is not limited to, obtaining and verifying pre- construction estimates by performing independent budget updates / confirmations.

• Managing all 3rd party construction team members (including the general contractor, design team, local building officials, other consultants, and testing agencies) to assure completion of quality construction documents, project permitting, and construction start, consistent with the established budget and schedule.

• Manage landlord-to-tenant delivery process for signed leases which will include reviewing leases for landlord work items and tenant space delivery timelines. Oversee and track the tenant plan process including providing review of said plans on behalf of the landlord. Working with 3rd party teams as mentioned above to deliver tenant spaces on time and per the lease requirements.

• Interfacing with multiple Client points of contact and keeping them regularly updated, including leasing, property management, asset management and accounting.

• Obtaining and negotiating proposals, administering contracts, managing monthly payment process for contractors and consultants, negotiating change orders, and analyzing / mitigating exposures.

• Monitoring construction schedules on a weekly basis. If necessary, develop and implement corrective action and/or make-up schedules.

• Conducting and documenting regular Owner/Architect/Contractor construction meetings, as well as in-house project review meetings with the Client.

• Coordinating project completion and turnover to ensure GreenBench’s and Client’s quality standards are being achieved.

• Travel to and from the various job sites.

Qualifications:

• College degree in Building Construction, Engineering, Architecture or similar is preferred.

• Prefer to have minimum seven (7) years of experience in commercial construction project management, including direct construction / field experience and preconstruction / estimating abilities.

• Excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to interact and communicate with individuals from a variety of backgrounds both internally (executive, property management, development, construction, asset management, leasing, accounting, etc.) and externally (clients, tenants, vendors, lenders, neighbors, etc.).

• Ability to read and understand construction drawings, shop drawings, and specifications.

• Ability to juggle multiple issues / priorities with a high level of organizational skill.

• Ability to use technology for compiling estimates, spreadsheets, schedules, etc.

• Experience with Excel, Word, Outlook, MS Project.

• Strong work ethic, with a sense of urgency.

• Must own a dependable vehicle with adequate insurance coverage, must have a valid/current driver’s license and must be able to drive to properties for regular site visits and inspections.

Contact Information:

If interested please send resume and contact information to:

info@greenbenchcos.com

Attention: Hiring Manager

Position Responsibilities:

The candidate’s primary duties will include planning, organizing, purchasing/contract administration, cost/schedule management, job documentation, oversight and execution of projects. Day to day activities will include construction budget estimates, project management of Client’s construction initiatives.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

• College degree in Building Construction, Engineering, Architecture or similar is preferred. • Prefer to have minimum three (3) years of experience in commercial construction project management, including direct construction / field experience and preconstruction / estimating abilities.

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About GreenBench:

GreenBench is a commercial real estate services firm focusing on development and construction. We are located in Rockville, Maryland adjacent to the Rockville Metro station. We are currently involved in with more than 50 properties in the Washington Metropolitan Region with projects ranging in size from $100K to well in excess of $100M. Project types include mixed use, residential, retail, hospitality, and office.

Our extensive experience in acquisitions, planning, procurement, risk management, project delivery, property operations, and team building, allows GreenBench to handle virtually any real estate project. See www.GreenBenchcos.com for additional information.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Analyzing and establishing construction budgets.

• Managing the development of the project scope and construction documents to conform to the established budgets. This includes, but is not limited to, obtaining and verifying pre- construction estimates by performing independent budget updates / confirmations.

• Managing all 3rd party construction team members (including the general contractor, design team, local building officials, other consultants, and testing agencies) to assure completion of quality construction documents, project permitting, and construction start, consistent with the established budget and schedule.

• Manage landlord-to-tenant delivery process for signed leases which will include reviewing leases for landlord work items and tenant space delivery timelines. Oversee and track the tenant plan process including providing review of said plans on behalf of the landlord. Working with 3rd party teams as mentioned above to deliver tenant spaces on time and per the lease requirements.

• Interfacing with multiple Client points of contact and keeping them regularly updated, including leasing, property management, asset management and accounting.

• Obtaining and negotiating proposals, administering contracts, managing monthly payment process for contractors and consultants, negotiating change orders, and analyzing / mitigating exposures.

• Monitoring construction schedules on a weekly basis. If necessary, develop and implement corrective action and/or make-up schedules.

• Conducting and documenting regular Owner/Architect/Contractor construction meetings, as well as in-house project review meetings with the Client.

• Coordinating project completion and turnover to ensure GreenBench’s and Client’s quality standards are being achieved.

• Travel to and from the various job sites.

Qualifications:

• College degree in Building Construction, Engineering, Architecture or similar is preferred.

• Prefer to have minimum three (3) years of experience in commercial construction project management, including direct construction / field experience and preconstruction / estimating abilities.

• Excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to interact and communicate with individuals from a variety of backgrounds both internally (executive, property management, development, construction, asset management, leasing, accounting, etc.) and externally (clients, tenants, vendors, lenders, neighbors, etc.).

• Ability to read and understand construction drawings, shop drawings, and specifications.

• Ability to juggle multiple issues / priorities with a high level of organizational skill.

• Ability to use technology for compiling estimates, spreadsheets, schedules, etc.

• Experience with Excel, Word, Outlook, MS Project.

• Strong work ethic, with a sense of urgency.

• Must own a dependable vehicle with adequate insurance coverage, must have a valid/current driver’s license and must be able to drive to properties for regular site visits and inspections.

Contact Information:

If interested please send resume and contact information to:

info@greenbenchcos.com

Attention: Hiring Manager

Position Responsibilities:

MdBio Foundation is hiring a team of enthusiastic individuals to operate the Verizon Innovative Learning explorer lab, a custom designed 45-foot bus that will travel to middle schools in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

In addition to providing instruction to middle school students aboard the bus, the team will also assist in the development of associated curriculum, coordinating school visits, and moving and placement of the vehicle.

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The fine print
MdBio Foundation offers many benefits to its employees, including paid leave, health insurance, 401(k), and tuition reimbursement. This is a full-time, year-round position which is currently grant funded through June 2018. We expect that funding will continue past this time, however, it is not guaranteed. The candidate will be selected for hire based on the following criteria: Education, experience, subject area of expertise, communication skills, professional references, background check, and availability.

To apply: Submit resume and statement of qualifications to careers@mdbiofoundation.org
About MdBio Foundation, Inc.
MdBio Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides innovative, effective, and experiential science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and workforce development opportunities. MdBio Foundation seeks to close the circle on building tomorrow’s workforce today – seeding the future workforce by providing effective hands-on education and workforce development. MdBio’s interdisciplinary approach uses STEM to explore real-world, problem-centric curriculum that bridges school, community, health, and business.

The Foundation operates innovative and successful mobile STEM education programs in the mid-Atlantic region. Since 2003, MdBio’s flagship program, MdBioLab, a 45-foot mobile laboratory for high schools, has served more than 130,000 students at over 450 schools. In Spring 2017 MdBio will grow its mobile laboratory fleet with the addition of two new vehicles, the Mobile eXploration Lab and the Verizon Innovative Learning explorer lab.

MdBio also operates the Young Science Explorers Program for middle school students; multiple student competitions; ATLAS: Advancing Tomorrow’s Leaders in STEM college and career readiness symposium; and workforce development programs.

Position Responsibilities:

Essential Functions: • Responsible for coordinating large scale mailing activities for the distribution of provider media materials, publications, amendments, provider manual updates. Works with external vendors and coordinates handoffs to ensure publication timelines are met. • Maintains and updates Provider Relations project and timeline trackers. Assists in ensuring project deliverables are timely. • Provides technical and task assistance in the development of training, media materials, and the implementation of content updates to the Community Provider Portal. • Responsible for gathering content for the provider newsletter. Works closely with Network Education and Media Specialist in developing content for articles. • Schedules project meetings and venues. Ensures meeting resources and materials are present for meeting participants. • Coordinates regular provider network surveys within designated timeframes. Gathers survey data and responses. Works with external vendors when appropriate. • Manages Provider Relations mail and correspondence. Directs correspondence to appropriate Provider Relations teams. • Provides administrative support to Sr. Manager, Provider Relations and Supervisors as requested.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Basic Qualifications: Experience • Minimum of three (3) years of professional experience in a healthcare organization required, but preferred in managed care. • Minimum of two (2) years of clerical/customer service position with excellent interpersonal-relations skills, and command of the English language required. • At least one (1) year of active experience with use of Microsoft Office suite, Internet Services, and Access required. Education • High School Diploma required. License, Certification, Registration • N/A Additional Requirements: • Extensive use of keyboard and office activities routinely will be done while seated. Preferred Qualifications: • Prior experience Provider Relations experience highly preferred. • Bachelor's degree is preferred. • Additional education and data systems training are preferred. • Knowledge of medical terminology preferred. Primary Location: Maryland-Rockville-Rockville Regional Offices 2101 E. Jefferson St.

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We the people of Kaiser Permanente believe in the endless pursuit of excellence, and in health and well-being for all. At Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States, we’ve built our culture on communication, teamwork, and respect. From our financial, business, and IT experts, to our RNs, allied health professionals, and physicians, we work together to support each other’s goals and promote a balance between work and life. And we do it all in a dynamic landscape. From the excitement of our nation’s capital to the scenic coastlines of Maryland and Virginia, the Mid-Atlantic area offers plenty of year-round activity, making it the perfect place for you and your family to call home. Join us.  
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 Performs administrative duties and tasks that support Provider Relations, projects, initiatives, and team units.

Position Responsibilities:

TASC, an Engility Company, is seeking a Sr. Cyber Threat Analyst. This work supports a government customer in support of national counterintelligence objectives and assists in implementing a process for assessing CI methods and provides mission and analytical support as required. Duties will include but are not limited to: Support national CI initiatives through development and oversight of the planning, coordination, and system integration of related information technology solutions. Review requests for information and provide recommendation on technical CI matters to include preparation of senior level talking points. Serve as liaison between customer and industry to ensure national CI policies and initiatives are being properly supported from a technological perspective. Perform customer-directed technical analysis and reporting as required. Perform systems, external, internal, and independent analysis functions where appropriate and provide assessment of current CI enterprise tools and techniques being used and measurements of their effectiveness. Support continued innovation in technical CI capabilities and identification of threats by collaborating with government and industry counterparts. Support management of CI policies and directives including coordinating with government organizations to ensure related program technological objectives are met. Combine subject matter and mission expertise to analytic approaches using both quantitative and qualitative methods of analysis to provide support to customer programmatic processes. Recommend solutions to improve CI methods and support the follow-on needs for CI initiatives.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Required Qualifications: Must have an active/current TS/SCI with Polygraph Minimum Bachelor of Science (engineering, mathematics, physics or field related preferred). Requires 10+ years of cyber threat experience to include extensive knowledge and understanding of CI issues and priorities. Experience participating in interagency working groups and forums to include ability to produce detailed finished reports. Desired Qualifications: Masters or military senior service college desired.

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About Engility:

Engility delivers innovative solutions to critical challenges facing the nation and the world. As a premier provider of integrated services for the U.S. government, we support the Department of Defense, intelligence community, space communities, federal civilian agencies and international customers. Engility is dedicated to making lives better, safer and more secure.

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