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Audiology Associates, an industry leader providing portable hearing health care, is currently seeking a full-time Hearing Aid Dealer (HAD) to work on a self-determined schedule. This job is located in Rushville, IN.


We offer a generous base salary plus a monthly bonus. Income potential is $65,000 PLUS first year and pay increases rapidly with experience.


Our HADs have home offices as well as work in the field with provided portable equipment. We are partnered with three ancillary providers; dental, podiatry, and optometry. Together we provide state required services to assisted living and nursing facilities. We are a package deal with expertise in our own fields.


Services provided by our HADs include, but are not limited to hearing exams, hearing aid fitting, follow up, and maintenance, cerumen removal, and required paperwork. Typically, our audiologists only work 4 days per week. Travel is required. Overnight stays are optional (lodging provided). All outcomes are completed and submitted online.


Training is provided, with the added benefit of an exceptional and friendly support staff with years of experience always available to you. Equipment and all supplies are provided; as are scheduling, billing, and other administrative tasks. Our system is tested and efficient, maximizing your bonus potential. You must be a self-starter and a team player.


We offer:


· A flexible schedule based from your home (no evenings or weekends)


· Paid vacation (two weeks the first year)


· Seven paid holidays per year


· Auto allowance


· Health insurance allowance


· Mileage reimbursement (in addition to auto allowance)


· Strong support staff


Suggestions of your own needs are encouraged and can be incorporated into your employment.


We hope that you’ll join our growing team: a strong team unmatched in organizational structure, efficiency, and communication.


Company Description

Audiology Associates is an industry leader providing portable hearing health care to assisted living and nursing facilities. Join our growing team and experience the comfort of a home-office, flexible 4-day/week schedule, paid vacation, paid holidays, generous auto and health allowance, mileage reimbursement and a strong support staff. Audiology Associates is unmatched in organizational structure, efficiency, and communication maximizing your income potential.


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We are seeking to add a Data Entry - IT / Graphic Web Specialist $15.00/Hour to our team! You will be responsible for accurate data entry, file maintenance, and record keeping.


 


Ideal candidate must be familiar with Amazon Seller Central, Google Shopping, Ebay Selling Manager, Adobe Photoshop and Magento. The candidate should have a working knowledge of HTML, and a familiarity with updating website data and Microsoft Office. Dreamweaver experience helpful as well as operating within a back-end system are ideal. If you are a multi-tasking, detail oriented, team player with strong organization and typing skills, we are the company for you!


Responsibilities:



  • Enter variety of data using current technology

  • Prepare and sort documents for data entry

  • Create and maintain logs for tracking purposes

  • Review and enter data updates in the systems

  • Review discrepancies in data received

  • Advise supervisor of issues related to data

  • Maintain website

  • Edit using Adobe Photoshop


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in data entry or other related fields

  • Adobe Experience is required

  • Excellent typing skills

  • Strong organizational skills

  • Deadline and detail-oriented

  • Must be able to pass a background check

  • Experience with HTML and Data Entry

  • Works well and is effective under pressure

  • Strong team player

  • High School Graduate


- Compensation- $15.00 per hour, paid bi-weekly
- Comprehensive Health plan provided at split cost for employee, family members at full additional cost. (Eligible at 60 days of successful employment)
- Dental & Vision plans- for additional cost- (Eligible at 60 days of successful employment)
- 10 days of Paid Time Off per year
- 401-K -- Eligible after one year of employment


Company Description

Serving our customers for 15 years!
CPR Savers and First Aid SupplyCPR Savers and First Aid Supply was founded by emergency safety service personnel who depended on the finest equipment and products available to be prepared in an emergency situation. Many of the products we offer are currently being used by lifeguard agencies, fire departments, hospitals, governmental agencies, schools, CPR instructors, as well as businesses and families. We take pride in offering exceptional products at the most competitive online prices. Since many of our employees come from an emergency safety service background, we are able to offer additional insight into the needs of our customers.

Our mission is to ensure the health and safety of families and businesses worldwide!


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Audicus is looking for Hearing Aid Specialists to join our quickly growing team to help us disrupt the hearing aid industry with the customer in mind. 

Who are you: A forward-thinker with a devotion to quality customer service and a passion for helping others to hear. 


  • Must have an active Colorado Dispensing License

  • Must be able to work at the clinic routinely Monday-Friday from 9am - 5pm

  • 3-5 years of experience in a clinic preferred but not required

Your responsibilities will include:


  • Conduct hearing tests

  • Review audiograms,

  • Dispense and program hearing aids and provide customer support

  • Establish strategic partnerships with other brands and non-profits to build a referral network. 

  • Act as a subject matter expert for our marketing and B2B teams


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Job Description


1. Coordination/distribution of Vouchers: Responsible for the reconciliation and distribution of food and transportation vouchers to Case Managers on a monthly basis. May also be required at times to assist in the ordering and pick up process of vouchers. 2. E-Procurement: Purchase IT, office & equipment supplies for six offices. Disbursement and track all supplies / equipment inventory.
3. Accounts payable: Responsible for the disbursement of A/Ps, including housing assistance vouchers as needed.
4. Personnel/HR Activities: Assists in the recruitment process i.e. posting positions on social media sites, scheduling interviews, new employee orientation, etc. Updates and maintains employee database, HR files and gathers necessary documents from employees as required by agency policies and contract requirements, filing & electronic scanning.
5. Quality Assurance: Communicates with Contracts & Grants Manager and helps
identify business processes that may need improvement/modification.
6. Preform other duties and responsibilities as assigned: For example, provides
assistance in the preparation of fiscal/administrative monitoring visits, including independent audit; filing & electronic scanning; and answer phones.
7. Other Duties:
Time and Labor: Employees must record their time accurately and in accordance to
time worked. All time must be recorded within the Stratustime System.
Please note: Employees are legally liable for misstatements on their timesheets.
Violations of these policies and procedures can lead to disciplinary action up to and
including dismissal.


Years/Type of Exp: Minimum two years relevant experience
Education: Associate’s degree in business or related field; knowledge of bookkeeping; or equivalent work experience.


 



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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT


POSITION:               Intake Specialist (Full-Time Position)


CLOSING DATE:    Position Immediately Available and Closed When Filled


LOCATION:             Lubbock, Texas 


DESCRIPTION: LANWT is a non-profit public interest law firm that provides high-quality free civil legal services to low-income persons in 114 counties in North and West Texas.  Located in Lubbock, Texas the Lubbock office delivers civil legal services to the poor in the city and in several neighboring rural counties. 


REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: Reports to the Managing Attorney for the Lubbock office.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The intake specialist provides support to both staff and clients.  The intake specialist needs to have a passion to work at a non-profit organization that provides a wide variety of broad-based legal services to low-income clients in Lubbock, Texas and locations surrounding the Lubbock area.  Other responsibilities include:



  • Efficiently and courteously refer calls to proper staff members and provide information on community resources and other direct service providers.


  • Greet visitors, determine their needs, and direct them to appropriate offices or personnel.


  • Provide full range of detailed information related to legal services provided by all LANWT offices in an efficient, detailed, and courteous manner.


  • Maintain a phone log, visitor log, and intake schedule as required.


  • Conduct intake by answering and returning applicant and client calls; conducting initial client screening and eligibility determination, including distinguishing emergency legal matters from non-emergency legal matters, and referring clients who are ineligible for LANWT service to other resources or providers.


  • Translating for clients who speak a different language than their advocate (if applicable).


  • Creating paper and electronic client files in the electronic case management system, maintaining accurate electronic records for all client files, including, but not limited to, entering case notes, correspondence, scanning documents, filing and calendaring events.


  • Daily mailing of all office correspondence.


  • Maintain a high degree of confidentiality and professionalism regarding client matters.


  • Adhere to program policies and procedures, including internal policies, as may be established.


  • Maintain professionalism toward clients, visitors and other employees.


  • Other duties which may from time-to-time be assigned by the Managing Attorney, Deputy Director or Chief Executive Officer.



QUALIFICATIONS: 



  • High School Diploma, GED or equivalent required.


  • Associate’s Degree is preferred.


  • Fluent in Spanish – both verbal and written is required.


  • General knowledge and/or experienced in law office practices preferred.


  • Minimum of 2 years working in customer service and/or the legal field.


  • Ability to communicate in a profession and courteous manner with a diverse population, including office personnel, applicants/clients, vendors, and other professional contacts.


  • Candidate must be detail oriented, efficient, organized and self-motivated.


  • Ability to establish priorities and meet deadlines.


  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.


  • Excellent computer skills with use of Microsoft products preferred.


  • Ability to work independently and exercise good judgment and discretion in the performance of all duties.


  • Excellent attendance record.


  • Ability to engage in occasional work-related travel.



SALARY: Current entry-level salary is $24,000 per year.  The salary for the successful applicant may be significantly higher, based on applicant’s years of experience.


BENEFITS: Excellent benefits package that includes paid vacation and holidays; a retirement plan; health, dental, and life insurance.


Please submit a cover letter expressing interest, a resume, and three professional references during the application process.


 


LEGAL AID OF NORTHWEST TEXAS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


VETERANS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY


Company Description

Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas (LANWT) is a non-profit law firm that provides free civil legal aid to the low-income communities from 15 offices in north and west Texas. With approximately 230 full and part-time employees, including both union and non-union workers, the organization delivers legal services to the poor in a diverse and challenging 114 county area.


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Job Description


 


Primary Responsibilities




  •  Performs related work as directed by senior staff

  • Develop and coordinate linkages to job skills training resources in high demand jobs


  • Develop a resource base of employers committed to giving priority  hiring attention to veterans


  • Arrange interviews with employers and work with participants on job retention issues


  • Coordinate with veteran community and private employment resources to ensure participant has access to available resources


  • Document and maintain complete records as required; monitor and verify services provided


  • Responsible for locating and matching veterans  to  professional certification courses


  • Develop resumes suitable for job expectations according to veteran’s varied skill sets


  • Responsible for recruiting potential employers and facilitating individual  job placement


  • Managing the veteran’s progress related to their Employment Development Plan


  • Responsible for locating basic financial and life skills training workshops


  • Meet monthly goals set forth for each veteran in terms of placement into the VWDP program and job placement


  • Assist veterans with resolving possible barriers to employment such as housing, transportation issues, childcare and medical needs


  • Match job requirements with veteran’s skill set and employment needs


  • Provides financial assistance with vouchers for job related new hire items



 Education and Experience




  •  Bachelor’s degree with three to five years of experience in the field employment development/placement and case management experience

  • Knowledgeable of employment assessment tools and developing client plans


  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience working as a job developer/employment specialist with demonstrated skills in working with vulnerable populations


  • Ability to establish and maintain strong partnerships with employers and community contacts


  • Ability to meet deadlines in a goal driven environment


  • Must have a vehicle in good condition


  • Valid GA Driver’s License with a good driving re


  • Excellent communication and networking skills


  • Knowledge of veterans’ homeless issues, mental illness, addiction, and PTSD.



Company Description

Travelers Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta (dba HOPE Atlanta) offers an array of services including shelter and other emergency services and permanent supportive housing, case management, street outreach, homeless prevention, domestic violence services, Veterans services, HIV/AIDS services, reunification, and rapid re-housing. The majority of the people we assist are homeless or about to become homeless and have very low income. Many are chronically homeless, veterans, victims of domestic violence, suffering from mental or physical illness, or chemically addicted. They are usually initially in crisis and in need of immediate crisis intervention services. The crises may be due to homelessness, the threat of homelessness, unemployment, abandonment, poverty, illness, hunger, domestic violence, poor planning, financial emergencies, and/or unforeseen circumstances.


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Job Description


We are currently seeking a dynamic, motivated PA Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist to join our Hearing Aid Center in Allentown, PA. You will have the opportunity to demonstrate, deliver and help people realize what they are missing and help them hear better. Need to have an ambitious sales attitude and develop marketing strategies with an entrepreneur mindset.


**WE ARE LOCATED IN ALLENTOWN, PA**



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Have you always wanted to work for Hospice? To bring comfort, compassion, and good quality care to patients and their families? Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties, Inc. is currently looking for responsible, dedicated Home Health Aides to join our expanding teams in the community. Benefits available for Part-Time staff who work 22.5+ hours per week. Resumes can be faxed directly to 845-561-0809 or emailed to linwes@hospiceoforange.com.

We are currently hiring a Hospice Aide Specialist to care for patients in Nursing Homes located throughout the Orange and Sullivan County areas.

Part-Time position. Flexible hours, afternoons and evenings. 

For more information & to apply online, please create an account & complete our full application here.

Position Qualifications


  1. At least eighteen years of age and is a high school graduate or equivalent.

  2. New York State Home Health Aide certification

  3. Licensed driver with reliable automobile that is insured in accordance with the organization requirements

  4. Ability to read and follow written instructions and document care given in CallWyse daily.

  5. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills.

  6. Ability to remain calm during stressful situations.

JOB LIMITATIONS: Prolonged or considerable walking or standing. Able to lift, position and/or transfer patients. Able to lift supplies and equipment. Considerable reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling and/or crouching. Visual acuity and hearing to perform required skills.

Hospice is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Type: Part-Time


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Audicus is looking for Hearing Aid Specialists to join our quickly growing team to help us disrupt the hearing aid industry with the customer in mind. 

Who are you: A forward-thinker with a devotion to quality customer service and a passion for helping others to hear. 


  • Must have an active California Dispensing License

  • Must be able to work at the clinic routinely Monday-Friday from 9am - 5pm

  • 3-5 years of experience in a clinic preferred but not required

Your responsibilities will include:


  • Conduct hearing tests

  • Review audiograms,

  • Dispense and program hearing aids and provide customer support

  • Establish strategic partnerships with other brands and non-profits to build a referral network. 

  • Act as a subject matter expert for our marketing and B2B teams


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Hearing Instrument SpecialistIf you are an Hearing Instrument Specialist who is looking for a greater earning potential and are ready to join our team of experienced, motivated professionals working within the medical community. We would like to connect with you.The Ideal Candidate is:Fully committed to a professional working relationship within a medical setting.Passionate about delivering the highest quality of care with each patient.Successfully identify and treat hearing aid candidates.Successful in motivating patients to address their hearing health care.Focused on improving patients’ quality of lifeOccupation Classification Requirements:Licensed to dispense hearing aids in the state of Maryland Conduct hearing tests (audiometric testing)Hearing aid dispensingFit and train patients on the use of their hearing aidsFollow-up after careTrack and provide feedback on all referralsBenefits Flexible work scheduleCompetitive compensation packageAccess to the latest state of the art technology in the hearing industryBest practicesOngoing trainingThe opportunity to establish your own personal career pathBenefits package available for full-time positions in include:Health insuranceVisionDentalRetirement


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Hearing Instrument SpecialistIf you are an Hearing Specialist or Audiologist who is looking for a greater earning potential and are ready to join our team of experienced, motivated professionals working within the medical community. We would like to connect with you.The Ideal Candidate is:Fully committed to a professional working relationship within a medical setting.Passionate about delivering the highest quality of care with each patient.Successfully identify and treat hearing aid candidates.Successful in motivating patients to address their hearing health care.Focused on improving patients’ quality of lifeOccupation Classification Requirements:Licensed to dispense hearing aids in the state of OhioConduct hearing tests (audiometric testing)Hearing aid dispensingFit and train patients on the use of their hearing aidsFollow-up after careTrack and provide feedback on all referralsBenefitsFlexible work scheduleCompetitive compensation packageAccess to the latest state of the art technology in the hearing industryBest practicesOngoing trainingThe opportunity to establish your own personal career path


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Department: Department of EducationAgency: Federal Student AidSalary Range: $117,191 to $152,352/Per YearSeries & Grade: AD-0201 (GS-14 Equivalent)Location: Washington, D.C.At Federal Student Aid (FSA), we are proud sponsors of the American mind. As a Principal Office of the U.S. Department of Education (ED), FSA provides students and families financial assistance for higher education, and we promote the value of postsecondary education to society. We ensure that all eligible students and families can benefit from federal financial aid for education or training beyond high school.This position is designated as a Professional/Technical position pursuant to the 1998 amendments to the Higher Education Act of 1965 and is located in the Adminstrative Services Office. FSA is currently seeking a full-time Human Resources Specialists/Quality Review (Team Lead), GS-0201-14 equivalent.As a Human Resources Specialist/Quality Review (Team Lead), you will be responsible for performing the following duties: Conduct program evaluations, reviews and participates in formal audits, resolves or advises on complex classification, recruitment and placement management issues requiring extensive review and analysis.Identify areas where additional guidance and/or training of staff is needed to address findings and resolve required and recommended actions.Collaborate and coordinates with the HR program managers to ensure program integration and continuity.Interpret and research HR policy, regulations and instructions to administer and resolve complex HR technical issues.Travel RequiredNot RequiredConditions of EmploymentU.S CitizenshipBackground investigation and fingerprint check (if available)Must serve a probationary/trial periodExperience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills, and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. We will consider all qualifying experience, including any volunteer experience.QualificationsSpecialized Experience for GS-14 equivalentAt minimum six years of experience performing at least two (2) of the following three (3) duties or work assignments:1. Experience in applying federal Human Resources laws, principles, systems, policies, methods and practices relating to Recruitment and Placement.2. Experience in providing advice to management officials on various types of appointments and their approriate applicaition in both the competitive and excepted service.3. Experience in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to independently analyze facts, identify problems, report findings, make conclusions, and recommend corrective or appropriate action.Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) The quality of your experience will be measured by the extent to which you possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs).1. Knowledge of a wide range of federal Human Resources (HR) laws, executive orders, regulations, policies, directives, instructions, and concepts governing HR functions such as merit promotion, recruitment and placement, affirmative employment, employee and labor-management relations, employment performance and conduct issues, and other programs.2. Knowledge of federal human resources management (HRM) principles, concepts, practices, analytical methods, a wide range of qualitative and quantitative techniques, and relationships of various HR disciplines as well as consultative skill sufficient to resolve HRM problems.3. Knowledge of organizational structures, missions, objectives, operating programs, key positions, and administrative/protocol policies and procedures.4. Knowledge of automated data processing functions, techniques, and capabilities sufficient enough to develop and utilize appropriate data collection techniques.5. Skill in conducting reviews and analyzing and assessing HR program operations to include identifying deficiencies; measuring compliance, consistency, and effectiveness; and making recommendations for enhancements and improvements.6. Ability to communicate both orally and in writing and to establish and maintain effective and positive working relationships.7.Ability to effectively research, analyze and present complex ideas and options to a wide range of audiences, and to tactfully and persuasively sell controversial changes and/or solutions for the purpose of ensuring program compliance or implementing new requirements or provisions of law, rule, regulation or policy.Additional informationEqual Employment Opportunity: We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a parent, marital status, or political affiliation.People with Disabilities: We are committed to expanding access to employment by hiring people with disabilities; providing reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities; and, identifying and removing barriers to work. Persons with disabilities, including disabled veterans, may apply for jobs filled either competitively (where qualified individuals compete with one another through a structured process), noncompetitively (where a qualified individual may be selected based on a special hiring authority), or through an excepted appointing authority for people with disabilities (i.e., Schedule A). If you require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, please contact us. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation is made on a case-by-case basis. For more information, please Veterans’ Career Counseling: If you are a veteran interested in receiving tips on preparing a Federal resume and/or how to prepare for an interview, you may email Iwork@ed.gov to schedule a session with a career counselor (“Veterans Counseling Session” should be placed in the subject line of the email). Selective Service: If you are a male applicant born after 12/31/1959, you must have registered for the Selective Service. For more information, please Student Loan Default: If selected for this position, we will verify that you have not defaulted on any loan funded or guaranteed by the U.S. Department of Education. If you are found to be in default, we will contact you to make arrangements for repayment prior to making an official offer of employment. Suitability and Investigation: If selected for this position, you will be required to complete the Declaration for Federal Employment (OF-306) to determine your suitability for federal employment and subject to a pre-appointment investigation/background check.Level of Risk and Sensitivity: Level of this position is high risk public trust.Probationary Period: If selected for this position, you will be required to successfully complete a one-year/two-year trial period.Essential/Non-Essential: This position is considered non-essential for purposes of reporting to work during federal government closures.Financial Disclosure: This position does not require financial disclosure.Telework: This position is telework eligible.Bargaining Unit: This position is not included in the bargaining unit.Time After Competitive Appointment:Candidates who are current Federal employees serving on a non-temporary competitive appointment must have served at least 90 days in that appointment before the agency can promote, transfer, reinstate, or detail an employee to a different position or different geographical area. When moving employees is consistent with open competition principles, OPM may waive the restriction against movement to a different geographical area upon written request from an agency.How You Will Be EvaluatedYou will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.Apply now...positions limited! Please provide your resume when applying to this position.


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Job Description


Child Focussed Permanency Recruitment Specialist


What Boys & Girls Aid can offer you:



  • A commitment to your professional development through enhanced training on a wide range of topics including Trauma-Informed Care, attachment, and best practice approaches

  • A focus on your health and well-being, including medical and dental coverage, that includes alternative, holistic care, and a comprehensive Employee Assistance Program

  • An opportunity to promote social justice for youth who are in the agency's long-term residential program and who have behavioral issues or history of trauma


What you’ll do as a Permanency Recruitment Specialist:



  • In cooperation with Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS), accesses records and conducts thorough reviews of the child’s DHS case record to identify relatives, prior foster parents, or others who have been significant in a child’s life and may be able to offer the child a permanent home

  • Reviews all case materials on the child, including child summary, psychological evaluations, and other materials; contacts the child's caseworker, therapist, and foster parents to obtain updated information

  • Establishes a relationship with the child and the DHS caseworker to ensure that appropriate interventions are provided to prepare the child for adoption

  • Develops an individualized recruitment plan for each child along with the DHS caseworker that is based on the child’s background and current needs; works with the caseworker to modify the DHS case record to incorporate new information or to correct any inaccuracies


Who we are:
Since 1885, Boys & Girls Aid has improved the lives of Oregon’s most vulnerable children and youth through our foster care, adoption, and residential programs. Our goal is to ensure that children and youth ages 0-24 find permanent connections, stable families and safe places to live. The Youth Housing Coordinator plays a vital role in achieving this goal. If you have a desire to help our community’s young people while continuously learning and taking on new challenges, then the Youth Housing Coordinator position may be a great fit for you.


Job Requirements:



  • Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field, plus 5 years of relevant experience in social work, counseling or psychology, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Must be familiar with the DHS Child Welfare system, the psychosocial dynamics of adoption, the adoption triad, the current trends in adoption, and special needs issues.

  • Must have knowledge of and competency working with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, drug impacts, reactive attachment, MR/DD, sexually reactive, ADHD, developmental delays, and significant emotional and behavioral issues. Level 5


All cultures, races, disabilities, religions, sexual orientations, and gender identities are welcome at Boys & Girls Aid.


Position Open Until Filled


Please apply online at www.boysandgirlsaid.org/about-us/careers/


Company Description

Since 1885, Boys & Girls Aid has improved the lives of Oregon’s most vulnerable children and youth through our foster care, adoption, and residential programs. Our goal is to ensure that children and youth ages 0-24 find permanent connections, stable families and safe places to live.


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We are currently seeking a dynamic, motivated PA Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist to join our Hearing Aid Center in Allentown, PA. You will have the opportunity to demonstrate, deliver and help people realize what they are missing and help them hear better. Need to have an ambitious sales attitude and develop marketing strategies with an entrepreneur mindset.


**WE ARE LOCATED IN ALLENTOWN, PA**



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Overwhelmingly, people who decide they want to be a part of the Y in Central Maryland tell us they do so because it reflects their values and a conscious decision they've made about how they choose to live their lives. The happiest and most fulfilled Y associates are those who are motivated to help others and who want to be a part of something larger than themselves.

If this speaks to your heart, then we invite you to join our team. Be a part of a charitable, mission-driven organization that works for individual and community well-beingfor all,for a better us.


How this role contributes to the Y's mission:



As a Youth Specialist for the Before & After School Enrichment program, you will participate in facilitating activities for school-aged children that foster overall character building. You will assist in keeping the health and welfare of all children in mind at all times. As a Youth Specialist, you'll contribute to the Y movement by providing enrichment activities to youth and peace of mind to their parents and guardians by knowing their children are safe while they are at work.

This work is right for you if you have:



• An interest in the well-being of school age children, enthusiasm, patience, good humor, good judgment and a good spirit
• The ability to clearly communicate and effectively listen to children parents/guardians, members, school administration and other Y associates
• The ability to be flexible and work at multiple locations
• Reached the age of 16


Thank you for considering working for the Y in Central Maryland. If being a part of our cause feels right for you, we hope you will join us. The Y provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment.

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  • Job Family Before and After School

  • Pay Type Hourly


  • 26 Magothy Beach Rd, Pasadena, MD 21122, USA


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Overwhelmingly, people who decide they want to be a part of the Y in Central Maryland tell us they do so because it reflects their values and a conscious decision they've made about how they choose to live their lives. The happiest and most fulfilled Y associates are those who are motivated to help others and who want to be a part of something larger than themselves.



If this speaks to your heart, then we invite you to join our team. Be a part of a charitable, mission-driven organization that works for individual and community well-beingfor all,for a better us.




How this role contributes to the Y's mission:




As a Youth Specialist for the Before & After School Enrichment program, you will participate in facilitating activities for school-aged children that foster overall character building. You will assist in keeping the health and welfare of all children in mind at all times. As a Youth Specialist, you'll contribute to the Y movement by providing enrichment activities to youth and peace of mind to their parents and guardians by knowing their children are safe while they are at work.



This work is right for you if you have:




• An interest in the well-being of school age children, enthusiasm, patience, good humor, good judgment and a good spirit

• The ability to clearly communicate and effectively listen to children parents/guardians, members, school administration and other Y associates

• The ability to be flexible and work at multiple locations

• Reached the age of 16





Thank you for considering working for the Y in Central Maryland. If being a part of our cause feels right for you, we hope you will join us. The Y provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment.

Other details



  • Job Family Before and After School

  • Pay Type Hourly





  • 26 Magothy Beach Rd, Pasadena, MD 21122, USA



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We are currently seeking a dynamic, motivated PA Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist to join our Hearing Aid Center in Allentown, PA. You will have the opportunity to demonstrate, deliver and help people realize what they are missing and help them hear better. Need to have an ambitious sales attitude and develop marketing strategies with an entrepreneur mindset.


**WE ARE LOCATED IN ALLENTOWN, PA**



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Job Description


We are currently seeking a dynamic, motivated PA Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist to join our Hearing Aid Center in Allentown, PA. You will have the opportunity to demonstrate, deliver and help people realize what they are missing and help them hear better. Need to have an ambitious sales attitude and develop marketing strategies with an entrepreneur mindset.


**WE ARE LOCATED IN ALLENTOWN, PA**



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Job Title Financial Aid Specialist I Job Summary
Under general supervision, assist students with applications for Financial Assistance, process financial aid transcripts, determine budget, and maintain work study files and expenditures.
PM16
Essential Functions
Assist students with submission of financial aid applications using an Electronic Data Exchange. Examine application for completeness in accordance with regulations applicable to grants and aid. Request and process Pell grant checks. Confirm student budgets and awards amounts. Verify student attendance; adjust grant or financial aid appropriately. Advise students of financial aid consequences when changing or dropping classes. Compose congratulation, denial, information and appeal letters for credit, advise and scholarships. Update office forms, Track scholarships, endowments, and Veterans Assistance. File correspondence, lead or supervise Student Assistants, data entry, and general office duties. Cross-train in the Admission area in order to provide excellent services to our students.
Additional Duties and Responsibilities
Perform additional duties as assigned.
Qualifications
Associate's Degree and one-year experience in office management, accounting or related field is preferred. Computer experience in word processing, spreadsheet and database programs required. Accurate typing skills, knowledge of office machines and filing procedures is beneficial. Experience may be substituted for education on a year for year basis. Bilingual preferred.
Physical Demands
Position requires continuous sitting, frequent data entry and reaching to retrieve files, pushing and pulling of up to 10 lbs. Must be available to work 40 hrs. per week with normal work hours from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Occasional evening hours will be required.
Salary Grade SU 2 Salary $10.91 Hourly


Posting Detail Information


Posting Number P001467 Number of Vacancies 1 Desired Start Date 01/06/2020 Open Date 11/21/2019 Close Date 12/15/2019

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Job Description


Job Scope


Purpose


To enable Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH/A) at risk for loss/lack of shelter to remain in, enter, or re-enter a stable living environment. This includes:


1) Complete Individualized assessment on clients housing and support needs;


2) Assistance in locating and acquiring permanent housing , in identify financing (Public Benefits/employment linkages), and placing eligible clients in emergency/temporary shelter (when necessary) while working with them in maintaining safe, decent and affordable housing that is appropriate for the client's needs.


3) Necessary referrals to medical and supportive services to decrease the barriers for stable housing, thereby maintaining and improving health outcomes and quality of life.


4) Identify appropriate permanent housing resources


 


•Goals: Establishment or maintenance of Stable Housing, reduction in the Risk of Homelessness, improve access to healthcare, employment and other supportive services


•Report daily activities to Program Coordinator


 


Education: Bachelor’s degree in health related field


OR


Experience: Three years relevant experience working with individuals that are homeless, knowledge of Housing Programs in San Bernardino and Riverside preferred, benefit counseling, resource development


 


Job Duties and Tasks and Values


Description of Duties/Tasks Required to Accomplish Essential Functions


1. Intake and Assessment:


Conducting a housing needs assessment (Social and Housing Situation). Conduct income assessment and client’s eligibility. Collect eligibility documentation up to date as required by contracts.


2. Housing Referrals & Planning:


Develop a housing plan with the client that will lead to permanent affordable housing or other appropriate housing (as necessary) and eventual independent sustainability.


Provide housing location services, as necessary, that include helping the client find appropriate housing, not just making referrals to the Clearinghouse or other housing location services.


Contact property owners and management companies for available housing (Outreach); develop and maintain housing availability resource list, call media ads, negotiate on behalf of the client; develop expertise in affordable housing and housing subsidies available.


Assist clients with rental applications, Section 8, and other subsidy application.


Assist clients with moving (i.e. help locating affordable moving companies, locating storage units, etc).


Assist clients in need to overcome barriers to housing and medical care, and obtaining benefits and budget counseling.


Provide link referrals to clients for increasing income, such as benefits counseling, employment training, budget counseling, etc.


3. Housing Resources Identification/Outreach/Advocacy


Outreach successfully with property managers, landlord, employment services and Provide landlord/tenant training and instruction to clients.


Educate clients on different housing options available to them


Attend staff meetings, housing meetings and county training programs


Assist with implementation of quality assurance plan.


4. Case Management:


Link clients to needed resources via inter/intra agency referrals and document linkages (health care and supportive services)


Maintain accurate and current client housing files and documenting progress and unit of services delivered in CASEWATCH and HMIS.


Follow up client progress and compliance with housing plan, maintaining current and confidential records, including home visits.


5. Prepare monthly activity reports.


6. Other:


Assist with implementation of quality assurance plan


7. Values and Culture:


Treat all clients, visitors and co-workers with caring, kindness, respect and dignity


Maintain strict confidentiality of all information


Document Services on a daily basis


Adhere to FAP's policies, procedures, code of conduct and attendance rules


Adhere to the policies in the use of computer technology and all tele-communication


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International Education Corporation is the leader in post-secondary career education. Our mission is to drive personal and community transformation by empowering students to make a positive and enduring life change. We are consistently searching for like-minded compassionate professionals who strive to be the best in their respective fields. Our top candidates share our commitment to helping students build the skills to create a future of which they can be proud.We are currently seeking an Financial Aid Regulatory Compliance Specialist to join our team at our corporate offices located in Irvine CA. The Regulatory Compliance Specialist is assigned to the technical aspects of various regulatory reporting mandated by the U.S. Department of Education (ED) with an emphasis on enrollment reporting functions to the National Student Loan Data Systems (NSLDS). The position requires the ability to work with a sense of urgency in order to meet deadlines while maintaining a high level of accuracy and compliance with reporting requirements. The position requires analytical skills and the ability to work independently and with a sense of urgency. In addition, the position requires that all job responsibilities are completed accurately and compliantly in accordance with Regulations, Policies and Procedures Essential Job Duties and ResponsibilitiesComply with all federal, state and accreditor rules and regulations and institutional policy and proceduresAbility to review and interpret federal requirementsReview enrollment rosters each month for accuracyWork exception reports and enrollment reporting error rosters returned each month from NSLDS in a timely mannerAbility to develop long term solutions to enrollment reporting issuesMaintain current on federal regulations and requirements with respect to the accuracy of NSLDS dataProvide exceptional customer service to both internal and external customersOther duties as assignedAt least one year of experience in a financial aid department of an accredited, post-secondary career education institution, preferably Associate’s degree or comparable work experience required. Excellent customer service, oral and written communication and presentation skillsAbility to work effectively as a member of a teamExperience using federal website, specifically NSLDS preferableProficiency in MS Office, especially MS ExcelAbility to meet deadlines and execute multiple prioritiesWe offer an exciting, fast-paced and dynamic work environment. In addition, full-time colleagues have a variety of benefits available that include; Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Disability Coverage, a generously matched 401(k) plan, voluntary benefits and much more.If changing students’ lives is also important to you, and you have the qualifications reflected above, we would love to hear from you!


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We are currently seeking a dynamic, motivated PA Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist to join our Hearing Aid Center in Allentown, PA. You will have the opportunity to demonstrate, deliver and help people realize what they are missing and help them hear better. Need to have an ambitious sales attitude and develop marketing strategies with an entrepreneur mindset.


**WE ARE LOCATED IN ALLENTOWN, PA**



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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT


POSITION:               Intake Specialist (Full-Time Position)


CLOSING DATE:     Position Immediately Available and Closed When Filled


LOCATION:              Abilene, Texas 


DESCRIPTION: LANWT is a non-profit public interest law firm that provides high-quality free civil legal services to low-income persons in 114 counties in North and West Texas.  Located in Abilene, Texas the Abilene office delivers civil legal services to the poor in the city and in several neighboring rural counties. 


REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: Reports to the Managing Attorney for the Abilene office.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The intake specialist provides support to both staff and clients.  The intake specialist needs to have a passion to work at a non-profit organization that provides a wide variety of broad-based legal services to low-income clients in Abilene, Texas and locations surrounding the Abilene area.  Other responsibilities include:



  • Efficiently and courteously refer calls to proper staff members and provide information on community resources and other direct service providers.


  • Greet visitors, determine their needs, and direct them to appropriate offices or personnel.


  • Provide full range of detailed information related to legal services provided by all LANWT offices in an efficient, detailed, and courteous manner.


  • Maintain a phone log, visitor log, and intake schedule as required.


  • Conduct intake by answering and returning applicant and client calls; conducting initial client screening and eligibility determination, including distinguishing emergency legal matters from non-emergency legal matters, and referring clients who are ineligible for LANWT service to other resources or providers.


  • Translating for clients who speak a different language than their advocate (if applicable).


  • Creating paper and electronic client files in the electronic case management system, maintaining accurate electronic records for all client files, including, but not limited to, entering case notes, correspondence, scanning documents, filing and calendaring events.


  • Daily mailing of all office correspondence.


  • Maintain a high degree of confidentiality and professionalism regarding client matters.


  • Adhere to program policies and procedures, including internal policies, as may be established.


  • Maintain professionalism toward clients, visitors and other employees.


  • Other duties which may from time-to-time be assigned by the Managing Attorney, Deputy Director or Chief Executive Officer. 



QUALIFICATIONS:



  • High School Diploma, GED or equivalent required.


  • Associate’s Degree is preferred.


  • Fluent in Spanish – both verbal and written is required.


  • General knowledge and/or experienced in law office practices preferred.


  • Minimum of 2 years working in customer service and/or the legal field.


  • Ability to communicate in a profession and courteous manner with a diverse population, including office personnel, applicants/clients, vendors, and other professional contacts.


  • Candidate must be detail oriented, efficient, organized and self-motivated.


  • Ability to establish priorities and meet deadlines.


  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.


  • Excellent computer skills with use of Microsoft products preferred.


  • Ability to work independently and exercise good judgment and discretion in the performance of all duties.


  • Excellent attendance record.


  • Ability to engage in occasional work-related travel.


SALARY: Current entry-level salary is $24,000 per year.  The salary for the successful applicant may be significantly higher, based on applicant’s years of experience.


BENEFITS: Excellent benefits package that includes paid vacation and holidays; a retirement plan; health, dental, and life insurance.


Please submit a cover letter expressing interest, a resume, and three professional references during the application process.


 


LEGAL AID OF NORTHWEST TEXAS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


VETERANS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY


Company Description

Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas (LANWT) is a non-profit law firm that provides free civil legal aid to the low-income communities from 15 offices in north and west Texas. With approximately 230 full and part-time employees, including both union and non-union workers, the organization delivers legal services to the poor in a diverse and challenging 114 county area.


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 Description


Patient Aids, Inc. a rapidly growing leader in the provision of clinical respiratory equipment, DME and service to patients in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana is seeking outstanding individuals to join our team of professionals. Due to our success, we are constantly looking for talented and qualified candidates. Current openings include:


  • Full-time DME Billing and Account Receivable Specialist

Job Summary: Ideal candidates will preferably have prior experience, all necessary license and credentials, a record of accomplishment, a history of reliability, and an expectation of providing outstanding service to our customers.The purpose of the DME Billing and Account Receivables Specialist is initiate billing claims, actively process all denials and ensure follow up on the collection efforts to ensure timely reimbursement for services provided. 
 Job Responsibilities:



  • Ability to read and understand medical terminology.

  • Review clinical documentation to ensure compliance with Medicare guidelines.

  • Verify payor source and insurance eligibility.

  • Validate ICD-9/10 codes as appropriate for product dispensed.

  • Ability to apply correct modifier and HCPCS to claims.

  • Submit accurate claims utilizing Brightree billing software.

  • Reconcile billing errors on a daily basis.

  • Complete CMS 1500 claim forms as required.

  • Manage account receivables to maintain payments within 90 days.

  • Adhere to monthly closing timeline requirements.

  • Maintain excellent communication with company management and co-workers.

  • Attendance at all meetings, conference calls, etc. at the discretion of your manager.

  • Must be computer literate and possess the ability to acquire working knowledge of all pertinent software related to DME.

  • Maintain compliance with all federal, state and local government regulations and agencies.

  • Other duties as assigned by manager.


 Job Requirements:


  • High School Diploma or equivalent.

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  • Medical coding and/or billing certification preferred but not required.

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  • Prior experience preferred but not required. Patient Aids is willing to train candidates that exhibit the desired qualities.

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  • Ability to pass a Federal background check.

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  • Must be able to work independently and within a team environment.

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  • Must possess excellent interpersonal, coordinating and organizational skills.

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  • Have the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.

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  • Read, write, speak and understand the English language and possess good communication skills.

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  • Must possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.

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  • Ability to work extended hours and weekends as needed.


*Patient Aids, Inc. offers an outstanding compensation package, a fun and energetic work environment, a strong leadership team and a reputation for providing quality service.



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Job Description


We are currently seeking a dynamic, motivated PA Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist to join our Hearing Aid Center in Allentown, PA. You will have the opportunity to demonstrate, deliver and help people realize what they are missing and help them hear better. Need to have an ambitious sales attitude and develop marketing strategies with an entrepreneur mindset.


**WE ARE LOCATED IN ALLENTOWN, PA**



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