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Position Responsibilities:

Under direction of the director of the Partnerships Unit, works with industry partners, higher education institutions, governmental agencies, non-profit organizations, as well as school district staff to implement a new vision for career readiness including the development of new pathway programs based on current industry needs with clear metrics for success and shared accountability for outcomes with employers and postsecondary partners. Recruits and collaborates with a strong network of business partners within each identified industry area to support and integrate labor market needs (including high-skill/high-demand skillsets) with rigorous academic coursework (instruction and assessment) integrated with 21st century technical skills needed to pursue careers beginning with the MCPS offered Career Technology Education (CTE) Programs of Study and in collaboration with partners such as Montgomery College and the Universities at Shady Grove so that students graduate with the necessary knowledge and skills to enter a specific field. Seeks work-based learning experiences for students including internships, apprenticeships and career shadowing opportunities while also helping to build dual enrollment/credit participation and attainment of high-value industry-recognized credentials opportunities. Works to provide students opportunities to hear from employers/employees regarding salaries and degrees/certifications needed to pursue specific careers and matches those opportunities to students and schools. Plans and facilitates high-level business advisory group meetings.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Considerable knowledge of career readiness and K-16 pathway programs. Must be highly organized, with the ability to develop, implement and evaluate programs. Must be able and to articulate a vision with potential partners in order to recruit them to support efforts and represent the school system appropriately. Excellent communication skills both verbally and written. Ability to keep current business partners actively engaged while recruiting new ones. Ability to use time effectively when working with business partners Ability to effectively plan and set priorities. Energetic and self-driven with solid judgment abilities. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information appropriately.

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EDUCATION, TRAINING, and EXPERIENCE required:
Masters degree from an accredited college or university in education, business administration or related field. Five years or more experience in administration and management; preferably in both education and business environments. Documented experience working on strategic partnerships in school districts, government or related agencies a must. Documented success in development of strategic initiatives with having expanded and cultivated existing partnerships over time. Successful experience in directing, supervising, and evaluating staff. Experience in program development and implementation. Documented leadership and broad experience working effectively with diverse staff, community and other stakeholders. Other combinations of applicable education, training, and experience, which provide the knowledge, abilities, and skills necessary to perform effectively in the position may be considered.

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The coordinator is responsible for arranging entertainers, guest speakers, health screening, fitness, exercise, producing a monthly newsletter, purchasing refreshments and supplies, leading craft activities etc.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Enthusiasm, good rapport with seniors, great communications skills and who is reliable with transportation.

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This Job requires a mature person to plan & lead weekly activities, special events, and programs for active seniors. The coordinator is responsible for arranging entertainers, guest speakers, health screening, fitness, exercise, producing a monthly newsletter, purchasing refreshments and supplies, leading craft activities etc. We are looking for someone with enthusiasm, good rapport with seniors, great communications skills and who is reliable with transportation.

Hourly wages based on experience. 10 hours per week.

Call Stacy at 240-777-4924.

Position Responsibilities:

• Grow business by recognizing opportunities to expand relationships with referral sources and partner with the medical community to understand their patients’ needs for a safe and smooth transition home. • Collaborates closely with the Territory Manager and Regional Sales Manager to present therapy programs within assigned hospitals in order to meet sales goals. • Initiate, develop and grow relationships during regular sales calls with physicians, social workers, discharge planners and other healthcare practitioners to facilitate efficient coordination to home and increase number of referrals. • Conduct initial infusion set-up and patient/caregiver education on our therapy services at bedside before they are discharged. • Utilize strong written and verbal communication and customer service skills in order to interact and form relationships with key partners and patients. • Work in a rapidly changing environment requiring multi-tasking, critical thinking and creative problem-solving • Use excellent organizational tools requiring technical skills.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

* Registered Nurse with current license in Maryland. * Minimum three years clinical (RN) nursing experience. * Current CPR certification. * Valid and current driver’s license and auto insurance.

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Are you an experienced Registered Nurse who is ready for something new in your career? In the Clinical Sales Liaison role, you will have the opportunity to utilize your clinical expertise as well as your interpersonal skills. You will partner with various departments of assigned hospital systems to initiate high-quality care for our patients who are preparing for discharge to their homes. Our Clinical Liaisons facilitate timely placement of patients requiring home infusion or enteral services by gathering preadmission data and collaborating with hospital discharge team to ensure quality of service and implementation of an effective treatment plan. Responsibilities include actively building strong relationships with current and new customers along with partnering with internal team to grow Coram market share to meet sales goals. Ultimately, our goal is to provide an extraordinary customer and patient experience.

In this pay-for-performance position, you will be eligible for a quarterly bonus based on sales results in addition to your base salary.

Position Responsibilities:

The incumbent provides legal advice and research services in addition to assisting in the review, drafting, and negotiation of legal documents, board policies, and resolutions, and advising staff members on compliance of applicable laws and regulations.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

At least three years of post-qualification legal experience as a real estate and/or transactional attorney. Experience working on multifamily projects, tax credit projects, and affordable housing legal documentation preferred.

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The Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County is one of the nation’s preeminent public housing and housing finance agencies at the forefront of financing, developing, and preserving affordable housing. HOC is seeking a Real Estate/Transactional Attorney to join its innovative and dedicated team to work on affordable housing transactional, regulatory and policy legal matters. In addition to working with the HOC team, this candidate will work with outside developers, general contractors, architects, management agents, and government entities on all types of legal issues relating to the affordable housing mission.

The ideal candidate will have between three and eight years of experience in real estate transactional work and a strong commitment to housing issues. Qualified candidates will be motivated self-starters with stellar academic and work credentials, super communication, writing and research skills, and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment. This attorney will provide legal analysis, advice and guidance on a variety of complex real estate and transactional issues including, but not limited to: acquisition, disposition, leasing (unit, master, ground, space leases), conveyance, procuring title insurance, development and financing of real property; financing of real property using a variety of debt (conventional, tax-exempt, local and state) and equity instruments; ownership of real estate by government, private entities, joint ventures, condominium structures, and fee simple; compliance of real estate with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), state and local regulations environmental regulations; and compliance with state and federal hazardous waste laws. Draft documents as needed for any of the activities described above. Provide supervision, advice, and guidance for Paralegals and Administrative staff as well as manage outside counsel activities. The person in this position must possess an ability to work independently with minimal supervision and will initially report to the Executive Director but may subsequently report to the General Counsel.

The incumbent provides legal advice and research services in addition to assisting in the review, drafting, and negotiation of legal documents, board policies, and resolutions, and advising staff members on compliance of applicable laws and regulations.

This position structures, drafts and negotiates agreements, manages outside counsel and counsels internal business clients on:

  • Construction agreements;
  • Development agreements;
  • Deeds, leases, easements;
  • Purchase and sales agreements;
  • Procurement contracts; and
  • Other commercial transactions, ranging from standard contracts to complex, high-dollar-value transactions.

The role also provides day-to-day business and real estate law counseling; identifies opportunities for and implements process improvements; administers and resolves legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships; and handles pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries.

Position Responsibilities:

Supports the business development team in crafting proposals and Request for Proposal (RFP) responses to secure new and retain existing business. Review RFPs and coordinate response with business development and Creative Services department. Research and prepare written responses to non-core RFP questions. Attend bidders’ conferences and keep abreast of new marketing concept development, corporate initiatives and coordinate prospect communications pieces. Manage sales proposal template.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Basic Education Requirement - Associate's Degree Basic Functional Experience - 2 years of experience in project management

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Sodexo’s Creative Services department is the epicenter of excellence for Sodexo’s sales proposal messaging. We are looking for those that are excited to be a part of the changes ahead and what that means for the future of Sodexo.

Join our new team and assist with the creative transformation as our Contract Proposal Writer position, based out of our corporate headquarters in Gaithersburg, MD or regional office in Altamonte Springs, FL.

As the Contract Proposal Writer, you will be responsible for the development of accurate, compelling messaging and high-quality content for proposals with a focus on complex, food and integrated facilities management strategic proposals. The successful incumbent will exhibit strong writing skills to ensure consistency and clarity to meet sales objectives and client needs.

This position will be an exciting opportunity for those gifted with the ability to craft an interesting story while adhering to strict deadlines.

Position Responsibilities:

The Administrative Assistant, under the supervision of the Head of Finance and Administration, is responsible for providing assistance and support for the day-to-day and long-term administrative operations of Humanity & Inclusion.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Familiarity with basic principles of accounting and the use of accounting software is required. Experience with Microsoft NAVision is a plus. The position requires some background in office management, including principles of human resources and employee benefits management. Experience with entering data into fundraising software (such as Raiser’s Edge NXT) is a plus. Foreign language skills are not required for this position, but French language skills are a plus. Experience in arranging meetings, conferences, travel and training is desirable, as is experience in inventory and ordering of office supplies and equipment. The position requires substantial mastery of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. Some background in IT support is a plus.

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How to apply:

  • Please submit your application with the following subject line:
    “Administrative Assistant”
  • Please send a cover letter, resume/CV, and salary history as attachments to: recruit.usa@hi.org
  • Application deadline: Friday, Feb 16, 2018

Position Responsibilities:

*Manage day to day activities of health care provider support requests and deliverables across multiple communication channels i.e. Phone, Fax, Chat, eMail, etc. *Perform intake of cases and capture all relevant information in the Access 360 Case Management system *Ensure all support requested is captured within the Case Management system *Ensure timely processing and resolution of cases *Escalate cases appropriately to the Patient Access Associate team *Coordinate all appropriate aspects of patient case management through to completion, using effective interpersonal skills to manage interactions * Serve as a resource for Health Care Providers and patients and use regional reimbursement, distribution and payer policy expertise to provide solutions for complex patient access situations, working closely with the PAA team to appropriately escalate/resolve issues *Communicate effectively with payers, third party administrators and other departments *Perform in-depth research into patient’s insurance, prior authorization and appeal requests on behalf of the provider *Educate offices on Access 360 programs and referral process to ensure timely case processing

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

* Associates Degree or equivalent education in health sciences, managed healthcare, public policy, social work or related disciplines * Minimum 2 years of healthcare/healthcare reimbursement experience; high level of proficiency in all aspects of reimbursement and access, i.e., benefit investigations, specialty pharmacy distribution, private and public payer reimbursement policies and procedures, regulatory and administrative rules * Coordination of patient access experience * Expert knowledge of specialty products, reimbursement for medical and pharmacy benefits, patient access processes and patient assistance programs: operational policies and processes * Proven track record for consistently meeting or exceeding qualitative, as well as any relevant quantitative, targets and goals * Experience with HIPAA policy, patient access data and analytics

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The Patient Access Specialist (PAS will be an essential member of the AstraZeneca Access 360 team. This position will be responsible for addressing all cases including complex reimbursement issues, providing education and information relating to the utilization of available resources to support appropriate patient access to AstraZeneca therapies, including working patient cases that come through AstraZeneca Access 360 program. This role will focus on identification of access issues and excellent and responsive support providing information and resources to address reimbursement access barriers and maintaining internal and external communications.

Position Responsibilities:

As a Health Technician (Training Coordinator), your typical work assignments may include: Assisting in setting up, directing and managing the phlebotomy training program and serving as the phlebotomy training coordinator of research assistants. Facilitating health technicians' adherence to mandatory trainings and monitoring and maintaining health technicians' training records. Updating training materials and ensuring yearly phlebotomy training recertification of research assistants. Presenting new techniques and guidelines to health technician colleagues and research assistant trainees. Drawing blood from patients, collecting urine specimens, accessioning and processing specimens. Inserting heparin locks.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

One year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-07 grade level in the Federal service that demonstrates your ability to assist with the coordination of a phlebotomy training program; perform venipuncture on patients; access and process specimens for a laboratory.

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is the premier biomedical research center for the world. Its 27 Institutes and Centers employ approximately 18,000 employees doing a vast array of jobs, all supporting efforts for a healthy nation. For information on the NIH mission, goals, and Institutes and Centers, visit NIH Overview.

Position Responsibilities:

Administers a program(s) or a portion of a program (s) within a department. Incumbent is technical expert on the program they administer. Oversees, monitors, and completes all administrative projects, priorities and functions for program managed. Program(s) typically have a Division-wide or company-wide scope. Work is generally administrative or project oriented, but is generally varied and unstructured in nature. Work may involve monitoring for regulatory compliance. Works independently under general supervision.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

5 years of administrative, program, learning function, and/or project management experience. High School Diploma or GED. Proficiency in Concur and Microsoft products (Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Publisher, SharePoint, and Excel, preferably in Office 365). Experience creating dynamic presentations and working in collaborative environment. Strong customer service experience, written and verbal communications, and interpersonal skills. Excellent project management skills with the ability handle high volume in short timelines. Ability to prioritize and work independently.

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The Program Specialist II will support two areas in Learning and Performance: the Vice President and the Performance and Organizational Effectiveness team.  This position has responsibilities for all administrative projects, priorities, and functions for Learning and Performance and supports the learning, talent and performance, and learning support and services teams in programs designed, developed, and implemented for North America. The role can be located in any of the main Sodexo offices. 

Position Responsibilities:

Will serve as a Subject Matter Expert to the Australian aircraft maintenance personnel in operations and sustainment. This position will conduct maintenance, launch and recovery operations and provide a variety of maintenance training as required by the customer. Must be willing to deploy on short notice and support aircraft ferry operations.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Must have at least 3 years F-35 aircraft maintenance experience (experience must be within the last 5 years) Experience providing aircraft maintenance training. Must have Autonomic Logistics Information System (ALIS)

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This position is part of a one-year contract to support the Australian F-35 program at RAAF Williamtown, NSW Australia. This position will provide “over-the-shoulder” confidence building and On-the-Job Training to the organic Australian Air Force maintenance personnel as required.

Must be a US Citizen. This position is located at a facility that requires special access. Must have an Interim Secret Clearance prior to starting.

Position Responsibilities:

Provide basic support and assistance in all areas of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) based Federal procurement in which expertise is required such as: Provide complete contract close out activities on expired contracts, orders and grants. Ensure compliance with agency regulations and the federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) regulations. Retrieve list of expired contracts, orders and grants from the procurement writing system and the financial system. Submit electronic request to the agency listing expired contracts, orders, and grants ready for contract close out activities. Submit electronic request for physical contract, order, grant files Submit a monthly report listing completed contracts, orders, grants close outs. Dispose of contracts, orders, and grants files.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

Three (3) years relevant business or procurement experience, at least two of which are highly relevant to the procurement or logistics environment for the position. Strong computer skills and familiarity with Microsoft Office Software and other systems necessary to complete contract close out activities. Excellent writing skills and be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Must be able to quickly grasp procurement terms, methodologies, and processes, prepare contract files and associated electronic documentation. Some knowledge of federal procurement regulations and policies ( ex. FAR, DFAR, etc.)

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We’re looking for a Contract Closeout Specialist to join our team and help deliver incredible results to one of our Federal Government clients.

Position Responsibilities:

Responsible for writing, editing, and designing proposals; drives technical and business proposal process throughout the lifecycle to create compelling and compliant documents from pre-RFP to final award; tracks status of proposal generation & maintains schedules; budget preparation understanding/experience a plus. Coordinates with internal and external stakeholders to achieve proposal objectives in a timely manner; organizes and leads cross-functional, collaborative meetings to include scientific, technical and business team members to develop competitive proposal documents. Interface with clients to ensure defined SOW and all RFP requirements are addressed; remain current on all amendments and modifications. Manage evaluation, selection and coordination of subcontractors/teaming partners as needed to meet project requirements. Responsible for all aspects of proposal production (e.g. word processing, graphics, proofreading, reproduction, printing, collation, and binding), including in house hard and soft copies as required, ensuring timely delivery to clients. Maintain version control of revisions. Merge, collate and harmonize contributions from individual proposal writing team members into a final, cohesively unified document. Keep individual unit sections current with company advancements and/or changes. Maintain up to date descriptions of capabilities, facilities (i.e. Facilities, Past performance, CVs), makes available for company use through documents, presentations and other formats. Share in optimization of a formal proposal process for a streamlined and efficient approach for future generations of proposals.

Knowledge, skills, and talents required:

3+ years strategic proposal coordination in government area required; preference for DHHS, DHS biopharmaceutical, vaccine, or medical countermeasure arenas. Bachelor’s degree. Science related field is preferred. Self-motivator with demonstrated ability to work independently as well as serve as a strong contributor in a cross functional team environment on complex projects. Outstanding demonstrated interpersonal (both written and oral) skills; strong writing, research and communications skills. Proven and demonstrated computer and software skills including Microsoft Office Suite, MS Project, Adobe Acrobat, preferred GovWin and Sharepoint. Must meet pre-employment physical requirements as outlined by our Occupational Health Consultants to include drug screen. Employment is contingent upon favorable background and reference.

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This position will support the Business Development function with the primary responsibility of managing the government and commercial proposal generation process (assembling, editing, consolidating and tracking documents) ensuring high quality submissions that meet client requirements within due dates for immunobiology and biomanufacturing requests for proposals (RFPs). It is expected that the position will work across all ABL departments to drive the development of technical and business volumes, contributing to technical scope of work, pricing, budgets and timelines. Job title dependent on expertise and industry experience.

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