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Position Responsibilities:

This paralegal position involves a variety of legal duties that support the attorneys in the Division of Health and Human Services for Montgomery County. The duties include working on termination of parental rights cases, drafting interrogatories, document requests, and request for admissions, answers to interrogatories and other discovery matters. The paralegal also reviews and redacts thousands of pages of agency records for pretrial discovery in termination of parental rights cases and must be familiar with determining applicable privilege.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Experience performing legal office work including drafting pleadings. Experience with Maryland Rules (Civil Procedure). Experience communicating complex legal issues to all colleagues. Experience meeting established deadlines. Experience reviewing and preparing records for production of discovery.

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This paralegal position involves a variety of legal duties that support the attorneys in the Division of Health and Human Services for Montgomery County. The duties include working on termination of parental rights cases, drafting interrogatories, document requests, and request for admissions, answers to interrogatories and other discovery matters. The paralegal also reviews and redacts thousands of pages of agency records for pretrial discovery in termination of parental rights cases and must be familiar with determining applicable privilege.

In Child in Need of Assistance and Guardianship cases, the paralegal works with social workers to draft motions and other pleadings requested by the client and submits proposed orders to the Circuit Court.

In Appeals, the paralegals forward all appeals to the Attorney General’s Office and keeps track of the status of the appeals handled by the Attorney General’s Office.

Position Responsibilities:

• Create accurate pricing models by thoroughly analyzing the revenue potential and associated costs. Analyze the sensitivity of key factors and their impact on margins. • Gather and analyze data from our custom-built Inventory Management System (IMS) and external sources to support fact based pricing decisions. • Coordinate with internal teams to develop a coherent pricing strategy that is aligned with our brand and the client’s objectives. • Organize and manipulate data to generate reports customized to our executives’ needs and reporting requirements while ensuring data integrity. • Explain analysis methodology and communicate results to the senior executive team. • Improve the data gathering, modeling, communication processes to increase accuracy and reduce turnaround time.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

• Strong analytical and advanced Microsoft Excel skills are needed to effectively create and interpret reports and pricing models. • A passion for analytics and data. Willingness to work with large messy data-sets. • Demonstrated experience in data modeling, analysis, reporting, research and presentation creation.

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Company Overview

Every organization has surplus – assets or inventory no longer required. Liquidity Services (NASDAQ: LQDT) works with clients to ensure surplus is intelligently transformed from a burden into a liquid opportunity that fuels the achievement of strategic goals. Our superior service, unmatched scale, and ability to deliver results enable us to forge trusted, long-term relationships with over 10,000 clients, including Fortune 1000 and Global 500 organizations as well as government agencies. With $7 billion in completed transactions, over 3 million registered buyers, and reach into almost 200 countries and territories, we are the proven market leader in delivering smart surplus solutions.

Liquidity Services operates in an entrepreneurial, collaborative, and vibrant workplace. We’re looking for team members who enjoy working in a fast-paced, relaxed environment – a place where you’ll be challenged and empowered to perform. Our core values – which include integrity, customer focus, relentless improvement, innovation to support leadership, and mutual trust and accountability – drive our individual and corporate success.

General Summary

Use your analytical skills to make a major contribution in supporting Liquidity Services’ growth and profitability objectives by working closely with our Client Solutions and Business Development teams to evaluate multi-million dollar client accounts and to price large-scale new business opportunities.

As a Pricing Analyst of the Retail Supply Chain Group (RSCG), you will be an integral part of a rapid growth environment with clear line of sight to senior team members that come from executive and management positions at premier e-commerce, retail, and consulting firms. You will lead analyses from input to recommendation and learn all aspects of operations, sales, and systems.

The successful candidate must be an analytically oriented individual with superior communication skills, capable of managing multiple tasks and projects, own deliverables end to end, prioritize workload effectively, and thrive in a dynamic environment.

Position Responsibilities:

Individually or as a team member or team lead, conducts programmatic and financial audits, evaluations and reviews of activities related to the efficiency and effectiveness of DCPS programs, including the development of recommendations which, if implemented, will improve economy, efficiency and effectiveness in the operation of DCPS programs. Assists in the design of new audit and evaluation programs that meet changing industry standards. Assists in the development of standardized audits, reviews and evaluation programs to respond to various recurring audit requests from DCPS Managers, schools, other government agencies and external entities. Individually or as a team member or team lead, conducts interviews of individuals, internal and external to DCPS, on issues related to the pending audit, review or evaluation being conducted. Prepares working papers and schedules to summarize evidence gathered from interviews and from audits or reviews conducted. Drafts findings, recommendations of findings and reports of audits, inspections and evaluations of varying complexity, in accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards. Conducts risk assessments of programs that will be used to analyze, identify, describe and estimate the potential risk to agency operations. Determines whether internal controls are adequate to safeguard DCPS assets, ensures reliable and timely financial and programmatic reporting. Reconciles financial and programmatic documents collected to summarize findings and make recommendations.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Bachelor's degree and two to four years of related work experience. Master's degree preferred. Bachelor's degree in business administration, accounting or finance. Previous exposure to or experience in the education operations sector and/or governmental auditing a plus. Knowledge of auditing procedures and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS). Prior experience communicating with regulators and managing projects or audit engagements. Strong oral and written communication skills.

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The Office of Innovation and Systems Improvement (ISI) works with the Chancellor to align resources across the organization through innovation and continuous improvement. Our goal is to initiate change and lead DC Public Schools into the highest performing school district in the nation. After engaging with over 3,000 internal and external stakeholders to help shape the future of DCPS, we are guided by the five strategic priorities of the new Capital Commitment 2017-2022 Strategic Plan:

  • Promote Equity: Define, understand, and promote equity to close achievement gaps and interrupt institutional bias.
  • Empower Our People: Recruit, develop, and retain a talented, caring, and diverse team.
  • Educate the Whole Child: Provide rigorous, joyful, and inclusive academic and socio-emotional experiences for all students.
  • Ensure Excellent Schools: Increase the number of high-quality schools across the district by defining blended autonomies for schools and creating opportunities for innovation.
  • Engage Families: Deepen partnerships with families and the community.

The Office of the Chief Operating Officer (OCOO) is responsible for guiding the operations functions for all 112 schools within the District. The Office goal is for all DCPS schools to be ready on the first day of school and every day after so that all principals can lead, all teachers can teach, and all students can learn.

The Compliance & Policy division is made up of the Assessments and Integrity, Audits and Risk Management, Investigations, Policy and Legal Strategy, and Resolution teams. The Compliance and Policy division works closely with various federal agencies and DC government agencies, including but not limited to the Office of the Inspector General, Office of the DC Auditor, Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Office of Risk Management, Office of the General Counsel, and the Metropolitan Police Department on an as-needed basis. The division sets DCPS policies and ensures that DCPS is compliant with federal and local law, reporting requirements, and compliance agreements. The division is also responsible for managing the risk to DCPS, its employees, customers, reputation, assets and interests of stakeholders.

The Coordinator, Audits (Auditor) is responsible for conducting audits, reviews and evaluations of varying issues of a financial and/or programmatic nature, that ultimately help to identify inefficiencies and ineffectiveness as well as assess risks within DCPS programs, offices and schools. The Coordinator’s responsibilities also include researching best industry practices for the purpose of recommending improvements in DCPS programs and initiatives. Audits, inspections or evaluations of DCPS programs by the Audits & Risk Management division are conducted in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS) and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).

The Coordinator, Audits (Auditor) will report to the Specialist, Audits.

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Supervises, coordinates and assists in changeovers, rehearsals, and performances. Provides superior customer service, facility operations, policy review, staff oversight, event oversight and long range planning for the Theatre. Coordinates logistics for production at F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre including sound, lighting, curtains, staging, user group needs, etc. Coordinates user group technical requests. Reviews applications, interviews, hires, processes, trains, schedules, performs payroll, and completes annual performance reviews for various staff members. Schedules theater part time technical personnel to ensure smooth operation. Reviews and verifies part time technician time sheets for hours worked. Writes up drafts and reviews final documents on all requests for proposals to hire vendors before they are submitted to purchasing for selection. Design/installs lighting and sound for theatre user groups. Assists in theater technical upgrades to sound and lighting equipment. Serves as the expert in audio, video, lighting, rigging, theatrical equipment repair, and all things related to live event production and related technology. Maintains theater inventory control and repairs theatrical equipment. Orders theatrical supplies and tools as needed. Assembles and transports scenic elements. Meets with City staff to determine requirements for outside technical support. Ability to review and act on technical riders from high-profile musical artists and public figures. Knowledge and ability to use a variety of production/technical equipment, manage equipment inventory, life cycle, replacement, and safety/risk. Experience serving as lead technical and production manager for large-scale, public Special Events, including outdoor musical festivals. Ability to provide detailed technical equipment and supply specifications for Special Event Requests for Proposal (RFPs) and Invitations for Bid (IFBs). Excellent knowledge of audio mixing for indoor, high-level events and outdoor, large-scale musical festivals. Provides technical personnel to City events. Transports lighting and sound equipment to City functions as needed. Acts as Theatre Supervisor in his/her absence. Performs other duties as required.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Thorough knowledge of theater and event production practices. Working knowledge of theatre lighting and sound equipment including use and repair. Skill in coordination and organization of event logistics. Oral and written communication skills. Ability to work effectively with user groups. Ability to supervise part time personnel and volunteers. Ability to work flexible hours.

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This position is responsible for performing intermediate technical and responsible administrative work in providing assistance and logistics for performances, rehearsals, and changeovers at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theater. The Specialist also supports other various City related events and venues that need technical assistance by developing logistics, scheduling and coordinating technical personnel, obtaining and delivering necessary technical equipment. This position uses a proactive approach, requiring outside and inside contacts and explanation of specialized matters. The work is directed using general policy, practices and procedures to evaluate technical requests and provide support in a safe and practical manner, with meaningful impact. The incumbent is responsible for limited supervision of part-time staff. The position requires a varied schedule including early-morning, night and weekend work.

Position Responsibilities:

Develop innovative marketing strategies to help build audience awareness, penetrate target markets and buyer segments. Conduct research to identify opportunities, develop marketing plans and campaigns. Build audience personas and map buyer’s journeys. Produce written content for use in staged marketing campaigns, such as welcome, reengagement, top-of-mind, drip, nurture, and segment and solution-focused campaigns. Execute account-based marketing programs for new client acquisition, cross-sell, and expansion. Create engaging content to advance the buyer’s journey across all channels including online, blogs, webinars, social media, email, video, and in-person. Support sales with high-quality sales tools and collateral. Quantify campaign and content engagement and results. Collaborate with HR to develop social and interactive marketing campaigns to recruit top talent to W&D. Develop content to attract interns, college, and professional hires. Work with HR to source and create intranet content to keep our employees informed and engaged.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Content marketing. Social media marketing. Digital marketing. Proven ability to collaborate effectively across departments. Experience running Account-Based Marketing programs. Experience managing marketing agencies and consultants. Excellent communication skills: verbal, written and data (writing samples will be requested). Numbers-driven approach to marketing, focused on metrics and outcomes. Marketing automation system management (such as Pardot, Marketo, or Hubspot) CRM experience (such as Salesforce). Familiarity with core graphic design principles. Basic fluency with graphical Adobe design software (Photoshop, Illustrator).

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Do you have the passion and the motivation to build an industry-leading content marketing program? We are looking for a forward-thinking marketing manager to join Walker & Dunlop, one of FORTUNE Magazine’s 20 fastest growing public companies and a Great Place to Work®.

Position Responsibilities:

Develop clear and comprehensive communications for and to distributors, manufacturers, Avendra’s Contract Owners, and Avendra’s customer facing associates to successfully implement programs. Proactively manage the New Item Request (NIR) process including: processing, validating, and reviewing requests; communicating requests to all relevant parties; providing proactive updates to all parties. Analyze program rollouts and NIRs for effectiveness and spend penetration highlighting opportunity areas for increased compliance. Maintain detailed status tracking of all program rollouts and NIRs from first notification to ultimate completion.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Exceptional communication skills (written and verbal) including the ability to build effective relationships internally and externally. Exceptional organizational skills – effectiveness in prioritizing work, ability to multitask, and comfort with ambiguity. Excellent analytical skills – turning data into knowledge and knowledge into action. Intermediate MS Excel skills including vlookups and other formulas.

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The Program Rollout Coordinator, part of the Contract Administration, Planning and Support department, provides support to the Strategic Sourcing department and to Avendra’s customer-facing departments to ensure timely, complete, and accurate rollouts of new programs, identifying underpenetrated programs, and communicating renewal programs.  This role works closely with Avendra associates, suppliers, and customers.

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Responsible for managing the office business processes and activities of the vice president for information technology such as meeting schedules, appointments, communication to departments, record keeping and budget management. Responsible for managing the cost center budgets for the vice president of information technology and information technology departments with purchasing and contracts. Provide project tracking of schedules, resource allocations, vendor requirements and communication to IT staff and the college community. Responsible to maintain and post materials to the IT's portal and website to assure that they stay current for IT staff, projects and the college community. Supports the needs of the Vice President of Information Technology's direct reports with appointments, communication, purchasing, rooms' arrangements and committee meetings Manages preparation and tracking of Board of Trustees' materials for the office of the vice president of information technology. Works directly with technology vendors and IT staff with obtaining purchase quotes, ordering and tracking for the vice president of information technology and information technology departments. Provides follow-up tracking of requisitions as needed to determine shipment date, location of equipment and assuring prompt payment to vendor. Acts as a liaison between the office of the Vice President of Information Technology and internal and external college constituencies. Responsible to maintain office vendor, purchase order cost center files, and to develop reports on expenditures for the Vice President of Information Technology and Information Technology's department directors.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Associate Degree (Bachelor's degree preferred) supplemented with progressively responsibilities and work experience in office management, business processes, computer applications, communication skills and accounting or an approved combination of education and work experience required. Ability to write clearly and concisely, including extensive knowledge of spelling, grammar, and language usage Ability to work effectively with diverse segments of internal and external constituencies Advanced knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other spreadsheet and database applications Working knowledge and experience with outlook e-mail and calendars applications for office management and communication. Capable of using web based application for campus and business services. Experience using automated computer on-line applications for office processes.

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Provides administrative support to the office of the Vice President of Information technology and is the assistant to the Vice President of Information Technology and the Information Technology’s department directors. The Executive Assistant is responsible for managing Information Technology budget accounts and purchasing.  Plans and schedules meetings, assists in preparing meeting materials, and prepares agendas and meeting minutes. The executive assistance maintains business and staff records for the office of the Vice President of Information Technology.  The executive assistant works with the other administrative offices with carrying out activities involving the college’s administrative offices as well as participating in college meetings and committees.

Position Responsibilities:

Coordinates and assures integrity of all activities associated with conducting a clinical trial as it relates to compliance with local, state, and/or federal regulatory requirements. Collaborates with Principal Investigators in the preparation and submission of clinical protocols, consent forms, and other documents to the scientific review committee, IRB and other regulatory organizations. Maintains regulatory files related to DVBIC clinical investigations. Communicates with research participants, staff, regulatory affairs and data management groups, laboratory and clinical investigators, management, and outside collaborators. Recruits, interviews, examines, counsels, and educates clinical trial volunteers, administer and obtain informed consent. Collect and analyze data to evaluate volunteer eligibility for enrollment. Collect, analyze and interpret laboratory and clinical data obtained during a medical evaluation, report significant values, findings, and events that require prompt attention to clinical investigators. Document and report adverse events, completes and reviews Case Report Forms for patient eligibility, protocol compliance, omissions, errors, and submits these forms as required. Prepares and maintains written and electronic volunteer databases/logs. Perform data extraction and chart reviews of patients’ medical records. Reviews the source document file for information such as verification of critical variables, entrance criteria, visit date, and lab data. Ensures that research records are stored and secured properly, and that inventory and records are updated and properly maintained. Conducts data verification as indicated, documents, collaborates with the investigator and protocol coordinator to answer any questions, may transcribe and resolve queries of data in case report forms (hardcopy or electronic). Prepares documents, under direction of project leads. Reports statistical analyses and descriptive data from patient's study books to be used in research reports.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Excellent communication skills, basic clinical acumen, knowledge of universal precautions, organizational skills and proficiency in research conduct are required. Knowledge of standard qualitative and quantitative data collection techniques; ability to follow general instructions; work in a team; good communication, writing and analytical skills; familiarity with social science research methodology is required. Ability to follow detailed instructions. Must adhere to legal, professional and ethical codes with respect to confidentiality and privacy.

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The TBI Research Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and assuring integrity of all activities associated with conducting a clinical trial. Will ensure compliance with local, state, and/or federal regulatory requirements.

Position Responsibilities:

Consult with patients regarding their benefits, coverage and financial options. Perform aspects of benefit verification and prior authorization. Provide ongoing financial education and assistance to our patients throughout the continuum of their care, as an educator, advocate, and liaison. Maintain patient accounts by obtaining, recording, and updating personal financial and insurance information.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Minimum 2 to 4 years of medical business office experience, with working knowledge of healthcare billing and collections, insurance/benefits, and patient interaction. Must have experience reading and understanding payer remittance advice. Includes the ability to differentiate between allowed charges, contractual adjustments, line item denials/reasons, patient responsibility (co-pay, co-insurance, and deductibles), etc. Bachelor's Degree preferred. Experience working in an OB/GYN office is a plus. Excellent interpersonal skills required to communicate with departments, employees, physicians, managers, patients, and insurance companies. Strong oral and written communication skills, independent worker, detailed-oriented, computer savvy. Proficient with Microsoft programs, specifically Outlook, Microsoft Word and Excel. High level of customer service essential.

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Enjoy what you do while contributing to a company that makes a difference in people’s lives. Shady Grove Fertility, one of the premier fertility centers in the United States, continually seeks experienced, compassionate, and dynamic team players who are committed to delivering exceptional patient care to join our growing practice.   The work we do building families offers stimulation, challenge, and personal reward.

If you’re a Financial Counselor looking for a new opportunity to work in a fast-paced, professional environment where your talent contributes to changing people’s lives, then we want to talk to you. This position requires collaborating with physicians, other medical providers, and patients by providing expert care and service for fertility treatments.

We have an immediate opening for a full-time Financial Counselor to work in our busy Rockville, MD office.  The schedule is Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.

Position Responsibilities:

Review medical records to ensure all diagnoses and procedures are properly documented and coded according to program and regulatory requirements. Ensure proper sequencing of diagnoses and procedures, and sufficient documentation to support the Diagnostic Related Group (DRG). Ensure proper matching of procedures to diagnoses on ambulatory records. Utilize a variety of office automation systems such as: Composite Health Care System (CHCS), Coding Compliance Editor (CCE) and Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA). Research and respond with due diligence any specific coding queries in relation on to Military Health System (MHS) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) coding guidelines. Provide staff to management and staff members. Review medical records for continual quality improvements. Recommend changes to templates based on revisions/deletions to ICD, CPT and HCPCS codes.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

One year of specialized experience which includes: applying coding standards and guidelines; coding inpatient medical records; auditing inpatient medical records coding for accuracy and validity; and accessing healthcare systems, such as Essentris, Coding Compliance Editor (CCE), Composite Health Care System (CHCS), Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) and Healthcare Artifact and Image Management Solution (HAIMS). This definition of specialized experience is typical of work performed at the second lower grade/level position in the federal service (GS-07).

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Summary

About the Position: As a Medical Records Administration Specialist you will be working in the medical records room office, in a desk cubicle, relatively quiet working environment. You will work independently and efficiently, (with access to the supervisor, co-workers and other hospital staff) completing work assignments with minimal disturbances to meet required deadlines.
Preferred registration: Registered Record Administrator (RRA) or Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT).

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