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:  Allies for Every Child (ALLIES) exists to give at-risk children and children living in poverty the foundation they need to increase their life choices and lead fulfilling lives. For over 25 years, ALLIES has been providing thousands of at-risk children and their families with critical, high-quality early education programs, family strengthening interventions, foster care and adoption services, and a range of vital, integrated services, including educational assessments, disabilities screenings, nutrition, dental and vision screenings, and pediatric health consultations.   

: Allies for Every Child contracts with the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) to protect at-risk children and strengthen families. The Director of Resource Family Approval is responsible for overall programmatic success of Allies for Every Child’s Resource Family Approval program. The Director will have a passion for not accepting the status quo in child welfare, see foster care as a social justice issue, have a desire to reach a new audience of prospective families who want to make an impact in their community and feel an urgency to match children who linger in foster care the longest to waiting families. The responsibilities of the Director of Resource Family Approval includes leading a team that completes social work duties, home studies, resource parent recruitment and training. The Director ensures contract compliance, builds community relationships, ensures current policy and procedure implementation while also advising the CPO on the development of new policies and procedures. The Director makes sure of timely billing, and ensuring excellent adoptive matching and support of children and families. Additional responsibilities include, partnering with other leadership staff across “the community collaborative ™ to be a leader in the field of recruitment, retention and support for children and families within the foster care community.    

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To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   

Provide programmatic oversight of the Resource Family Approval program.  

Provide clinical supervision to Resource Family Approval staff and sign off on hours for clinicians working towards licensure 

Monitor the psychological stability, physical well-being, and developmental progress of children in Allies resource family homes 

Oversee strategic growth of the program through managing resource parent recruitment, pursuing outreach opportunities, making presentations, and timely responsiveness to potential resource parents 

Develop new community relationships in support of resource parent recruitment and maintain existing relationships 

Assist potential resource parent families in progressing quickly from point of interest through preparation and approval as an ALLIES resource parent  

Assign, conduct and/or review home studies to assess resource parent applicants, utilizing the Structured Analysis Family Evaluation (“SAFE”) format 

Empathically redirect applicants who are not a fit for the program in a timely manner Ensure quality and ongoing PS-MAPP trainings and orientations, support groups, and other events throughout the year 

Manage visitation and/or monitor visits with children and their biological families as needed 

Oversee program quality assurance including chart review and audit preparation  

Oversee DCFS and Community Care licensing annual audits Produce reports for DCFS, Community Care Licensing, and courts 

Develop new policies and procedures as may be required by funders, DCFS, or program as needed

Cultivate and maintain relationships with current and potential foster-adoptive parents 

Attend weekly supervision meetings with the Chief Program Officer 

Ensure high quality care for foster and adoptive children and comprehensive support for parents 

Represent Allies at community forums and quarterly meetings Be a contributing member of the Allies for Every Child Leadership Team 

Implement, track and help design functions of “the community collaborative ™ Facilitate staff meetings and attend other programmatic meetings  

Adhere to all legal, ethical, and professional practice standards 

Staff must believe in and act in accordance with both the agency’s and the program’s mission statements 

Other duties as assigned   

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Master’s Degree in Social Work preferred or Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy or Psychology with an approved exception   

California Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, two (2) years post licensure  

Ability to supervise staff for licensing hours required 

Two (2) years managerial or administrative experience in a foster care or adoption setting preferred 

Three years of full-time employment in the field of family or child welfare or two years’ work employment in a licensed foster family/resource family agency or adoption agency  

Passion for child abuse and neglect prevention and a commitment to finding nurturing families for children in need Knowledge of Title 22 and Community Care Licensing requirements preferred 

Knowledge of Continuum of Care Reform and interim licensing standards preferred  

Able to manage and develop recruitment tools, relationships, and methods  Knowledge of community resources and experience with interagency collaboration preferred 

Ability to work independently, flexible, strong organizational skills, commitment to teamwork, and excellent communication skills  

Ability to speak in public at recruitment forums 

Ability to handle multiple projects and deadlines 

Excellent written ability in English and ability to communicate effectively  

Ability to effectively establish rapport and maintain appropriate boundaries with supervisees, staff, and clients 

Basic computer skills required – Word, Excel, Software applications 

Passionate about learning and possesses curiosity about issues affecting children and families 

All employees, regardless of position, serve as role models for children and families who are served by our agency. 

Fingerprint background clearance (DOJ, FBI & Child Abuse Clearance Index), or approved exemption Successful completion of pre-employment physical, PPD risk assessment, proof of immunizations  

Class “C” driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance, a safety record acceptable to CCL, and access to reliable transportation required  

 

:   Send cover letter and resume to humanresources@alliesforeverychild.org   

Full benefits package offered including 100% employer contribution to: Health - Kaiser or Anthem, Dental, Vision; 401k with employer match; Employee Assistance Program, Professional Development, 12 paid holidays, sick leave, vacation, and 2 personal days for anniversary of employment and birthday.   

Allies for Every Child actively seeks candidates who reflect the rich diversity of the communities that we serve. We are committed to a work environment that embraces and promotes individuality and inclusion. We believe that diversity and inclusion of varied perspectives, backgrounds, and life experiences is essential to our organization’s effectiveness, and allows us to serve our clients in the respectful, responsive, and understanding way that they deserve. We define diversity in broad terms to include race, ethnicity, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, geography, socio-economic status and other unique attributes that make us who we are.  

Allies for Every Child has achieved accreditation through the Council on Accreditation (COA). This means our programs, services, administration, and management have been rigorously evaluated and meet best practice standards.  


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Flowerboy Project in Venice, CA is looking for one barista to join our team. We are located on 824 Lincoln Blvd. Our ideal candidate is self-driven, ambitious, and reliable.Responsibilities 


  • MUST LOVE FLOWERS

  • Prepare hot and cold drinks in accordance with customer needs

  • Maintain a clean and tidy work area

  • Follow health and safety guidelines Interact with customers regularly and professionally

Qualifications


  • Proven working experience as a barista

  • High integrity with a great attendance record

  • Strong attention to detail

  • Ability to listen and communicate effectively

We are looking forward to receiving your application. Thank you.

 

Compensation is $15 + tips


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 LA Shades and Blinds provides Los Angeles commercial clients with the highest quality blind installation solutions available anywhere in the City of Angels.Our experts work directly with you to determine the best type of blinds for you that fit squarely to fill your aesthetic, comfort, light flow, energy efficiency, and budgetary needs. With a wide variety of blind types to select, and nearly endless aesthetic, color, and finish solutions, LA Shades and Blinds is your one-stop solution for all of your commercial blind installation needs. 


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AHS Staffing is looking for a Phlebotomist in Downey CA, for a 13-weeks assignment.


 


Schedule: M-F 8 hour days between 7am-6pm with either 30min or 60 min lunch. Rotating Weekends (1/2 day about once a month)


 


Responsibilities



  • Perform blood draws and urine collections on patients of all ages

  • Occasional Floating to nearby locations (no longer than 5 miles)

  • PCS, very high volume and fast paced, 130 patients a day

  • Candidate must have strong knowledge of HIPAA guidelines, safety procedures surrounding phlebotomy and specimen collection, lab procedures, etc.

  • Data Entry

  • Processing and shipping of clinical lab specimens

  • Maintain a clean, well-stocked, organized work area

  • Follow all Standard Operating Procedures including safety and quality standards


Requirements



  • Phlebotomy certification from an accredited agency

  • Minimum of two years verifiable phlebotomy or patient service technician experience

  • Must be able to collect blood via venipuncture/capillary technique of all ages

  • Must be able to conduct drug screen collections, paternity collections, and breath/saliva alcohol testing

  • Must be flexible - ability to work in different environments with varied hours

  • Able to work in a fast paced production environment to meet established turnaround times

  • Must be able to effectively communicate

  • Color Blind Testing Required


Company Description

“Serving healthcare providers by connecting amazing people with exceptional employment opportunities; we commit to pursue our mission with passion, loyalty, and integrity to benefit our employees, clients, and community.”


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We are looking for ​a Customer Service And Collections to join our team! You will be responsible for securing billing payments from your customers.


Responsibilities:



  • Find and inform customers about unpaid accounts

  • Receive and post payment to customer's account

  • Advise and follow-up with customers on unpaid accounts

  • Initiate repossession proceedings or disconnect service

  • Keep records and status of customer's account

  • Follow up on Insurance status and claims


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in billing, customer service, or other related fields

  • Ability to build rapport with clients

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Ability to prioritize and multitask

  • Willing and able to work a flexible schedule, including evening shifts, overtime and weekends

  • High School Diploma



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Boutique insurance law firm based in Manhattan seeks bright motivated hardworking attorney. Firm specializes in insurance and reinsurance coverage advice and coverage litigation for national and international clients. 2-4 years experience. California Admissions required. All other bar admissions a plus. Excellent writing skills required. Litigation experience a plus. Immediate opening. Please respond with resume, writing sample and hourly rate requirements. This is currently an hourly temp position with the possibility of full time employment.


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Responsibilities include but are not limited to:



  • Reading/following job instructions and complete work as specified.

  • Set-up slitting machine to slit rolls of plastic to specific roll widths and lengths using measuring devices (i.e. ruler and/or measuring tape).

  • Continually monitor and make adjustments to the machine during the running process to correct problems.

  • Remove finished rolls from shafts.

  • Correctly stack and label all rolls.

  • Properly record and maintain daily production documents or forms.

  • Measure and cut cores

  • Follow policies, procedures, and safety standards along with continuous quality and production improvements.


Skill requirements:



  • Ability to read general information and follow directions

  • Must be able to read the tape measure & convert from decimals to fractions & fractions to decimal Example 4.75" = 4 3/4 .

  • Ability to add and subtract, multiply and divide.

  • Must be able to walk and stand for long periods of time.

  • Ability to push and/or pull and lift weight on a continuous basis.

  • Occasional weekend work and overtime may be required.

  • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred


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Newegg Staffing is a commercial staffing firm committed to our customers in a timely manner while always recognizing our obligations to the needs of our customers, employees and community. Our mission is to maximize customers' performance by consistently sourcing and delivering the right talent, services, solutions and pricing.


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 If you want professional growth, becoming a farmers small business owner is a smart idea. You will have your own business and be in control of your destiny.

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Farmers Insurance


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We have an exciting opportunity for a full-time Territory Sales Manager to join our growing team! The Territory Sales Manager will be based in Los Angeles, CA. and you will work autonomously from a defined territory and their home-based office. Travel within Territory is required. Territory Sales Managers receive a competitive compensation and benefits package including performance-based incentives.


Position: Territory Sales Manager - Medical Devices & Robotics


Salary: Competitive Base + Aggressive Commissions + Car, Cell Phone, and Internet allowances provided.


Location: Work from Home – Travel throughout the Territory


Duties and Responsibilities:



  • You will drive sales growth through existing and new customers; increase customer base and market share.

  • You will develop and work your pipeline, ensure pipeline progression and on-going activity; conduct cold calling and on-site visits.

  • You will meet sales targets as set through annual/quarterly budgets and as communicated by your Manager.

  • You will conduct customer analysis, understand their business, their opportunities, and gaps.

  • You will educate customers on device indications, efficacy, safety, and how our products will fulfill their needs and the needs of their customers; conduct product demonstrations while adhering to Company protocols.

  • You will prepare sales contracts, quotes, prices, and terms per company guidelines, escalating when necessary.

  • You will establish, develop, and maintain positive business and customer relationships; visit all accounts regularly and ensure customer satisfaction.

  • You will support installation at the customer's site in accordance with the Company's methods, specifications, policies, and procedures.

  • You will develop reference sites, provide sales support at meetings, workshops, and conventions as necessary.

  • You will collaborate with other departments such as Inside Sales and Clinical Training.

  • You will maintain CRM data integrity by regular updates, compile reports, and attend calls and meetings as required.

  • You will maintain a high level of understanding of the products and competitive landscape.


Education and Experience:



  • BA/BS, University Degree in Business or other relevant fields.

  • 5+ years of sales experience in a B2B environment with structured sales systems.

  • 5+ years of Medical Device or Robotics sales experience.

  • 5+ years of territory management/development experience.

  • 5+ years with CRM systems (Salesforce).

  • Demonstrated track record of sales growth and success.

  • Team Player who can work collaboratively with all internal departments and customers.

  • Able to work in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment under strict deadlines.

  • Excellent selling, communication, and negotiation skills.

  • Positive attitude, willing to learn, and welcomes feedback.

  • Must own a vehicle and maintain a valid driver’s license.

  • Travel primarily within North America.

  • Some international travel as required.


Company Description

The cornerstone of HireResources success is in its commitment to ethical business practices and superb consumer service.
Our "Code of Ethics"​ is the foundation of this success.
Integrity - Work honestly, every day.
People - Develop and deliver diverse talent Customer
Focus - Anticipate priorities & exceed their expectations
Respect - Value all customers and collaborate with one another
Performance - Be accountable, manage risks and deliver a high level of quality.


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DSP needed in Lakewood, California. 


Seeking DSP with DSP 1 & DSP 2 certificate. Must be First Aid/CPR certified. Works well with others. Must have experience in Adult residential facilities. 



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WISE & Healthy Aging currently has an exciting new opportunity for a full-time or part-time Advocate. Our well-established Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program, considered a “best practice” program by the California State Ombudsman Office, is searching for motivated, assertive and energetic individuals to service the territory of a regional office. The Ombudsman Advocate strives to protect the rights and dignity of disabled and senior residents in skilled nursing and residential care facilities throughout the City and County of Los Angeles. This important role ensures a high quality of care and life for individuals residing in these facilities by providing advocacy services on their behalf. Such services involve monitoring visits, identifying and investigating complaints by or on behalf of residents, dissemination of educational information and witnessing of advance health care directives.


 


Headquartered in beautiful Santa Monica, WISE & Healthy Aging is committed to serve older adults at all stages of their lives from pre-retirement through elder years, caregivers and their families, senior services organizations as well as others who share our passion and commitment to making a difference in the lives of older adults. WISE & Healthy Aging has received numerous designations of excellence from Guide Star, GREATNONPROFITS, NCQA Case Management for Long Term Services & Support, and is nationally certified as a Great Place to Work.


 


Primary Responsibilities:


 



  • Identify, investigate and resolve complaints, including alleged elder and dependent adult abuse to the satisfaction of residents of long-term care (LTC) facilities.

  • Collaborate with and supervise interns and volunteers.

  • Ensure that all complaints are being handled according to program guidelines.

  • Provide continuing community presence through unannounced or scheduled visits to long-term care facilities.

  • Provide case management and reporting in compliance with established procedures.

  • Provide community education presentations, on-going Public Relations and development with community partners like law enforcement and local fire departments.

  • Use of personal vehicle to visit LTC facilities approximately 60% of the time.

  • Other duties as assigned.


 


Job Requirements:


 



  • Master’s in Social Work (MSW) required. Master’s in Gerontology (MSG) may also be considered.

  • Minimum of three (3) years related experience (voluntary or paid) in healthcare, long-term care advocacy, gerontology, investigations, mediation and negotiation strongly preferred.

  • Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.

  • Demonstrated experience in performing direct service in social services or a related field. Prior responsibilities in handling case management, client advocacy, or therapy involving vulnerable populations, particularly older adults.

  • Field work experience with ethnically diverse populations.

  • Bi-lingual language skills a plus. (Ex: Spanish, Mandarin, Farsi, etc.)

  • Candidates “must” not have worked at a long-term care facility or adult day service center for at least one year prior to application.

  • Must travel throughout designated service territory.

  • Valid driver’s license, auto insurance and satisfactory criminal background check required.


 


If you want to be a part of a great team, we offer a competitive salary and an exceptional benefits package. For employees who regularly work 30 or more hours per week benefits include 80% company-paid medical, 100% company-paid dental, life and vision (optional), 401(k) plan with competitive employer match, Flexible Spending Account (FSA), 11 paid holidays, plus a generous paid time-off (PTO) plan.


 


Company Description

WISE & Healthy Aging, a community-based, nonprofit organization, advances the dignity and quality of life of older adults through leadership, advocacy and high-quality, innovative services.


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Primary responsibilities to preform project installations include:




  • Mechanical/structural mounting of racking, modules and electrical equipment

  • Assembly of mounting hardware

  • Attic work in homes and businesses to verify structural attachment

  • Working on residential and commercial roof tops as well as installing ground mounted systems

  • Pulling inventory for specific projects

  • Following layout of solar modules

  • Attend mandatory training sessions on new products, methodology and safety

  • Perform PV system service as required


Knowledge and skill requirements include:



  • H.S. Diploma, two-year degree in technology/industrial arts preferred

  • 1-2 years of construction background is preferred

  • Valid driver’s license

  • Experience in mechanical installations, general construction and ladder work

  • Experience with all types of hand-held and power tools

  • Basic understanding/experience with electrical wiring of AC and DC systems is preferred

  • Experience working with all types of building materials - various roof types: stucco, wood, concrete, Uni-strut, etc. preferred

  • Team player who listens, learns, and actively communicates

  • Visual thinker good at problem solving and implementing ideas

  • Desire to learn and master all aspects of installing solar PV systems!


Company Description

Our aim is to generate energy for the future. Solar power remains the most secure source of energy for the future. We set global standards in achieving this goal.


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CONSTRUCTION LABORER


Looking for individuals who have a minimum of 5 years experience in all rough trades.



  • Framing

  • Electrical

  • Plumbing


We work on projects from home remodels, room additions, add-ons as well as new construction. If you're interested and meet the minimum qualifications please apply.



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Customer Service Representative - Remote


 


Ajilon is currently seeking a Customer Service Representative with 2 or more years of experience for a full-time remote job at an exciting technology company in Santa Monica, CA. This is a contract-to-hire role that offers the opportunity to work with a growing and dynamic organization within the technology sector.


 


This role entails providing complete customer service support to external clients and customers while adhering to company processes and policies. Our ideal candidate has the ability to stay organized in a fast-paced environment and communicate clearly as they will play a major part in the success of the office. If you are looking for a new and exciting place to work – apply online today!


 


Responsibilities:


 


· Receiving a high volume of incoming phone calls


· Making outbound phone calls


· Assisting with processing orders, preparing correspondence, and fulfilling customer needs to ensure customer satisfaction.


· Interacting with customers to provide information in response to inquiries about accounts, products, and services.


· Making outbound phone calls


· Perform other tasks and functions as assigned to provide support to other team members and internal departments


 


Qualifications:


 


· Experience working within a customer service or call center environment preferred


· High school diploma


· Ability to work independently and as part of a team


· Personable, proactive, and able to work in a fast-paced environment


 


Skills:


 


· Strong attention to detail


· Ability to effectively multitask


· Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite - mainly Word, Excel and Outlook


 


Experience:


 


· 2 – 4 years of recent Customer Service experience


 


Compensation:


 


$16.00 - $18.00 USD per hour


 


Work Hours:


 


8:00am – 5:00pm, 40 hours per week


 


To learn more about this administrative job opening, please apply and send a current resume. Not quite what you were looking for? Browse our other available jobs in your location on the Ajilon website.


 


 


Pursuant to the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.


 


Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled


 


To read our Candidate Privacy Information Statement, which explains how we will use your information, please visit https://www.ajilon.com/candidate-privacy/



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COMPANY SUMMARY:


The John Stewart Company is a full-service housing management, development and consulting organization that began in 1978 with a commitment to providing high quality service in the affordable housing sector. We work to enrich the lives of our residents and employees, while delivering our services costeffectively, efficiently and with the highest levels of professionalism, compassion, integrity and respect.


 


SUMMARY OF THE POSITION:


Responsible for the overall operation of the property and the day to day implementation of policies, procedures and programs that ensure a well-managed, well-maintained building and ensures compliance with all applicable regulatory agencies and federal, state and local laws.


 


2 bedroom unit - available December 2020




  • Ensure consistent application of property rules and regulations, lease documents and report all violation.

  • Process, complete and maintain accurate resident files at move-in and at each recertification within established regulatory guidelines.

  • Conduct recruiting, hiring and termination process as well as training and evaluation of all staffs.

  • Responsible for program compliance such as HUD, TCAC, Home Program, RHCP, CAL HFA. AHP, etc.

  • Obtains appropriate documentation, completes certifications and collects deposits and rents in accordance with program policies and procedures.

  • Ensures site staff responds to all resident requests or complaints in a timely, efficient and courteous manner.

  • Complete work orders and turnover of vacant units in a timely manner.




  • High school diploma or GED required. BA degree or two years experience in affordable housing and management is desirable.

  • Basic mathematical skills with proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking English.

  • Able to work in a fast-paced environment with ability to prioritize assignments to meet deadlines.

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in management, training and evaluation with Tax Credit properties.

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in Special Needs, TCAC and PBV (Project Based Voucher).

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook are essential. Boston Post software knowledge is a plus.



 Benefits for Employees who work 30+ hours/week -



  • Medical, dental and vision care; preventative medical care paid at 100%.

  • Vacation leave of up to ten days per year in the first year.

  • Up to 72 hours of sick time per year.

  • Flexible Spending Accounts for Health Care and Dependent Care.

  • Company paid Life AD&D Long Term Disability.

  • Free, confidential counseling through our Employee Assistance Program.

  • Commuter benefit program.

  • Discounts for AT&T, ClassPass, and Weight Watchers.

  • $50 annual Wellness Reimbursement.

  • Matching 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan of up to 2% of your compensation (for any employee who works 20 hours or more per week).


 


Benefits for Employees who work less than 30 hours/week - 



  • Free, confidential counseling through our Employee Assistance Program.

  • Commuter benefit program.

  • Discounts for AT&T, ClassPass, and Weight Watchers.

  • $50 annual Wellness Reimbursement.

  • Matching 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan of up to 2% of your compensation (for any employee who works 20 hours or more per week)


 


 


See what our employees are saying about the company here!



The John Stewart Company provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.

The John Stewart Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance and Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative.

Effective January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act requires businesses that meet certain minimum threshold requirements to provide a “notice at collection” to applicants for employment who reside in California.  The notice at collection describes the categories of personal information to be collected about these California applicants and the purposes for using that personal information.  Therefore, we have posted the Company’s “Notice At Collection For California Applicants” here.  Please review this Notice at your convenience.


Company Description

The John Stewart Company is a full-service housing management, development and consulting organization that began in 1978 with a commitment to providing high quality service in the affordable housing sector. We work to enrich the lives of our residents and employees, with the highest levels of professionalism, compassion, integrity and respect.


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As a Retail Zone Specialist, you’ll ensure Premium’s client brands stand out by driving product availability. Your efforts executing retail merchandising activities in a variety of retailers will connect customers with the brands they love.


What’s in it for you?



  • A jumpstart to your career thanks to Premium’s clear-cut career pathing.

  • All the training you need to deliver legendary results.

  • Health plan options including no-copay telemedicine, regardless of hours worked.



What will you do?



  • Ensure the availability of client brands through merchandising coverage.

  • Partner with store management and associates to get the job done.

  • Proactively identify areas of opportunity for Premium clients.

  • Collaborate with your team and your manager by sharing best practices and challenges.

  • Demonstrate your success through detailed reporting.


How will you succeed?



  • Showing off your planogram experience.

  • Using your awesome communication skills.

  • Building strong relationships within your assigned store(s).


So, are you Premium’s next Retail Zone Specialist?


#WeArePremium


For more information about our shared services team, visit https://premiumretail.com/merchteam/





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To begin, the first responsibility or duty is to enjoy your job. Being dedicated to your responsibilities knowing your role is vital in the daily operations of our office. Taking pride in what you do and doing so in a manner that is recognized by other staff and more importantly by patients is encouraged and creates an enjoyable work environment for all. That being said:


Front Office Duties which include but not limited to


Greet patients


Answer phone calls


Create appointments


Prepare daily intake and other visit forms


Verify insurance


Communicate with pharmacies and other practitioners


Take adequate detailed phone messages


Communicate with staff


Check patients in and out


Back Office Duties which include but not limited to


Room patients


Accurate taking and recording vital signs


Laboratory draws


Lab accessioning


Vaccine administration


Ear lavage


Perform ECG


Prepare room for procedures


Assist physician with procedures


Prior authorizations for medications and studies or procedures


Communicate results with patients and other practitioners


Rx refills


Inventory management of supplies and samples


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in healthcare MA role preferred

  • Familiarity with medical billing procedures

  • Strong organizational skills

  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment


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Primary Care Outpatient Medical Office serving the greater Los Angeles county and surrounding cities and states concentrating on Primary HIV care/Gay men's health care and General Primary Care to all in the community.


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SUMMARY OF POSITION:


The Therapist, as the Single Fixed Point of Responsibility, is in charge of the client’s treatment during the course of their participation in the program. In conjunction with other disciplines, the Therapist assesses the client and family, develops the Client Coordination Care Plan, and actively provides therapeutic interventions to the client and family. Assures that progress toward the client’s goals is maintained and revises the care plan as necessary. Coordinates the client’s discharge with a transition plan towards use of the community for further care.


JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Meets with client, family, staff, school personnel, and others involved with client to evaluate needs and services for the client

  • Performs evaluations and periodic re-evaluations of clients describing the level of psychosocial impairment, physical health problems, self-care potential, support network availability, adequacy of living arrangements, financial status, employment status and potential training or educational needs.

  • Receives training, utilizes, and completes required certification at least one Evidenced Based Practice, including but not limited to: therapeutic modality plus outcome measure data collection and data reporting.

  • Completes an Assessment and comprehensive, written Client Care Plan identifying and linking the treatment, services, activities, and assistance needed to accomplish a goal negotiated with this client, as well as their nature, frequency and duration.

  • Provides support and education to client and family members others to assist in their understanding of client’s mental health condition, referring them to appropriate agencies when the facility does not provide the needed services.

  • Provides interventions for the client and family to improve client’s behavioral outcomes as indicated on the Client Care Plan.

  • Monitors, supports and assists the client in developing or maintaining skills needed to achieve the Client Care Plan, including medical, educational, socialization, rehabilitation and other social services.

  • Intervenes by telephone or in person with the client in an emergency crisis to provide support and assistance in problem resolution.

  • Provides individual, family, and group psychotherapy services for clients.

  • Interacts with clients and staff as needed in the coordination of services.

  • Interacts on behalf of the client with family, friends, legal guardian, and significant others to initiate and maintain supportive networks.

  • This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive and employee will also perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by the Director or his/her designee as needed.

  • Maintains 65% billable service delivery (26/wks)

  • Other duties as assigned


 


JOB QUALIFICATION STANDARDS


Experience



  • Two (2) years direct service experience with severely emotionally disturbed clients in an inpatient or outpatient health care setting (internship and/or practicum time may be substituted).

  • One (1) year case management experience preferred


Education, Professional Training, Technical Training or Certification



  • Master's degree in psychology, social work, childcare counseling, education or development from an accredited college or university is required.

  • Valid California driver's license

  • Licensure as either Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT), Associate Clinical Social Worker, or Registered Psychologist in active status with State of California Board of Behavioral Sciences or Board of Psychology. Active status with respective board needs to remain active and in good standing at all times. It is the employees responsibility to keep license active. Employment is contingent upon active license.


 


Knowledge/Skills



  • Bilingual Spanish language speaking, reading, writing preferred

  • Maintains confidentiality in matters of agency operations, personnel, and clients

  • Maintains positive communication with all agency staff, clients and visitors

  • Exercises good judgement in performance of duties and responsibilities

  • Supports existing agency policies, principles and mission.

  • Ability to interact and communicate both verbally and in writing with seriously emotionally disturbed children, other staff, physicians and the public.

  • Demonstrated understanding of psychiatric illness and its treatment.

  • Demonstrated ability to visually and audibly assess the mental status and psychosocial needs of severely emotionally disturbed children.

  • Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of community services and county agencies.

  • Knowledge of DCFS reporting mandates and limits of confidentiality

  • Ability to write professional/clinical reports and correspondence.

  • Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.

  • Must be able to function independently and be able to seek guidance when necessary to assist in working with children and families.

  • Knowledge of and ability to use Microsoft Office Suite and web browsers effectively.

  • Knowledge of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM V).

  • Good knowledge of a variety of therapeutic interventions and models emphasizing empirically validated interventions

  • Knowledge of child/adolescent development.

  • Must meet documentation standards of completing all documentation per DMH and CB policy within 24 hours from date of service.


Company Description

With more than a century of experience, Children’s Bureau is a trusted nonprofit leader in strengthening vulnerable children, their parents and the communities in which they live. We thrive on innovation, thinking differently and bringing life-changing moments to those in need.


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Per Diem Registered Nurses for Hospice OUTSTANDING PAY STRUCTURE

compensation: Compensation depending on experience
employment type: full-time
Per Diem Registered Nurses for Hospice OUTSTANDING PAY STRUCTURE, YOU PICK YOUR OWN COVERAGE AREA

Registered Nurses for Hospice In San Fernando Valley, Brentwood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Venice Beach, Culver City, Westchester, South Bay, El Segundo, Torrance, Long Beach, Palos Verdes, South Bay, Anaheim, Lakewood, Los Alamitos, Garden Grove.

Caring Like Family is a Nurse-owned, Medicare Certified, Joint Commission Accredited Home Health and Hospice Agency. We need skilled Registered Nurses (RN) to work within our clients' homes providing direct patient care. Following a physician established plan of treatment and working under the supervision of the Director of Nursing who is a Nurse Practitioner so you know she cares about you and your career.

Our Registered Nurses (RN) instruct patients and their families in proper treatment, help individuals and groups take steps to improve or maintain health.

Qualifications:

• Current, unencumbered state license to practice as a Registered Nurses (RN) • Minimum one (1) year of nursing experience required with home health experience preferred
• Current CPR certification• Updated Physical, based on state requirements
• Updated TB results/ Chest x-ray
• Reliable transportation

YOU PICK YOUR OWN COVERAGE AREA

**ER OR HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE IS A HUGE PLUS
***EXTRA PAY & BENEFITS INCLUDED

Why our nurses enjoy working with us:
• We offer flexible schedules
• Competitive pay rates
• Direct deposit
• Sick Pay
• Access to health, dental, vision insurance
• 401K plan
• Direct deposit
• Well established company, we offer stability, we have many cases in our coverage area
• We are a direct employer not a staffing agency
• Supportive office and clinical staff that works one-on-one with you and your patient


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Leading International Tourism Organization – Los Angeles, CA


 


Provide key support and assistance to the Public Relations department in planning and implementing high-impact travel/tourism publicity programs generating maximum paid and earned coverage, ROI and publicity throughout the U.S. Employ media relations, research and database strategies that promote this leading international city as a premier destination to enhance the awareness and increase visitation from the U.S.


 


· Proactively pitch and secure positive travel/tourism media stories on a regular basis with an emphasis on consumer coverage on TV, in print and online.


· Writer press materials including news releases, pitches, alerts, fact sheets and talking points to amplify key messages


· Ideate, plan and execute group and individual press trips. Escort press trips as needed


· Provide informational assistance, including fact checking of media stories and fulfilling photo/video requests


· Identify and formulate partnerships with external companies to enhance destination appeal


· Outreach to secure television (scripted, reality, documentary, etc.), online video and film sponsorship opportunities


· Occasional international travel


· Provide administrative and public relations support to the PR department including, but not limited to:


· Update, maintain and optimize media contact lists on an ongoing basis


· Draft monthly PR reports


· Maintain departmental PR budget, expenses and ongoing invoices


· Pull editorial calendars for key publications and identify relevant opportunities


 


Job Requirements


· Bachelor's degree in journalism, public relations, communications or related field


· Minimum 5 years of public relations experience in-house or at an established PR firm, travel/tourism experience required


· Proficiency with Cision, Burrelles, Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint


· Established media contacts in TV, print, online with travel industry experience and contacts preferred


· Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including experience drafting and editing high quality press releases


 


Company Description

Leading International Tourism Organization – Los Angeles, CA


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We are a rapidly expanding plaintiff's personal injury law firm seeking a paralegal/litigation assistant to start immediately. This position is full-time, and experience in the personal injury field is strongly preferred, though not required. This position offers an opportunity for the right candidate to join a dynamic team in a fast-paced and professional environment.


Candidate will be responsible for handling a full caseload of civil personal injury cases, and will assist the attorneys with the following: drafting and filing complaints, building a discovery plan, propounding and responding to discovery, drafting case-related documents (such as deposition summaries, mediation briefs, etc.), calendaring events (such as discovery deadlines, depositions, physical exams, etc.), writing correspondence (such as meet-and-confer letters), preparing cases for trial, etc.


The candidate must be detail-oriented and able to prioritize tasks. In addition, the candidate must have excellent communication skills and be able to work efficiently and autonomously.


The following skills are REQUIRED:


- Proficiency w/Microsoft Office (mainly Word, Outlook, and Excel)


- Proficiency w/computers and technology


- Comfortability in paperless office environment


- Ability to handle a caseload of 50+ litigation cases at a time


The following skills are PREFERRED:


- Experience in the personal injury field


- Legal research skills


- Drafting law and motion


- Familiarity with statutes, codes, local rules, etc.


- Strong vocabulary, grammar, and writing skills


- Self-starter mentality, with the ability to work efficiently with minimal oversight


- Knowledge of medical terminology


- Team player mentality


- Spanish-speaking is a plus


Please send cover letters and resumes. Salary commensurate with experience. Relaxed, friendly office environment. Free parking.


Company Description

Plaintiff's personal injury law firm specializing in catastrophic injuries, substantial injuries, wrongful death, auto crashes, slip and falls, etc. Fast-paced and friendly environment.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopher-adamson-4731526


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Market: Arizona, California and Kentucky



  • Climbing and working on communications towers for the purpose of installing, replacing, and repairing antenna systems equipment performs tower maintenance under close supervision.


  • The basic use and care of hand tools and mechanical equipment.


  • Knowing the hazards associated with tower climbing, construction equipment, and working on or near energized lines and equipment.


  • The ability to climb tall structures (100 feet or more) with 50 lb. load.


  • Analyzing situations accurately and adopt an appropriate course of action.


  • Communicating orally and in writing.


  • Following instructions accurately and complete assigned course of action.


  • Recognizing safety hazards and performing duties in a safe manner.


  • Work under close supervision.


  • Ability to traveling extensively throughout the assigned territory


  • Skills and experience


  • High school diploma or GED equivalency

  • Minimum of 2 years’ tower experience

  • Must have the ability to climb towers, be able to pick up 50 lbs., and be capable of working up to 12 hours.

  • Individuals must have a valid driver’s license

  • Must be available to work weekends and/or nights, in extreme weather conditions if necessary, and be willing to travel extensively.

  • Must be able to work out of market or away from home as work demands.

  • Industrial first aid

  • Ability to read, comprehend and carry out instructions per prints

  • Organized with a strong attention to detail and capable of working with minimum supervision

  • Working knowledge of safety standards and regulations



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expert certified auto technician, full diagnostics ability, knowledge of diesel engine is a big plus.


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Investing in a career at Kinecta Federal Credit Union simply makes good sense. Kinecta is one of the largest credit unions based in California and growing! We currently have an exciting opportunity for an outgoing, ambitious, and innovative individual that thrives on helping people in a team environment.


 


Kinecta Federal Credit Union is currently looking for a Closer (Mortgage). The Closer is responsible for the following;


 



  • Prepare loan documents ensuring accurate delivery to settlement/closing agents

  • Calculate and prepare wire requests for loan proceeds

  • Prepare compliant Closing Disclosures in coordination with third party settlement/closing agents

  • Coordinate onboarding with our Construction Management vendor

  • Review executed loan documents for completeness and compliance

  • Perform quality review functions for closing documents to ensure accuracy

  • Demonstrate proficiency in current laws, rules, regulations and/or policies and procedures including TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule.

  • Follow State closing practices and Credit Union policies, procedures and documentation requirements

  • Provide customer service to members, real estate agents, builders/developers, Settlement Agents/Title Officers, Mortgage Loan Consultants, Underwriters, Loan Processors to facilitate a prompt, efficient closing of each loan

  • Manage individual pipeline to ensure Service Level Agreements (SLAs) are met

  • Review and sign-off Prior-to-Funding conditions within signing authority

  • Follow up with Settlement Agent/Title officer for consummation of loan, disbursement of funds and successful recording

  • Review final settlement statement and prepare and deliver final Closing Disclosure

  • Ensure the collection and documentation of Builder’s Risk Insurance

  • Follow up on post-closing trailing documents and loan delivery to Loan Service.

  • Review draw requests against internal requirements

  • Follow up with appropriate team members regarding any clarification needed

  • Process draw requests and disburse as recommended by Construction Management vendor

  • Process and deliver preliminary lien notices to Construction Management vendor

  • Monitor timeliness of draw requests.

  • Process related invoices and ensure successful submission to Accounts Payable.

  • Coordinate final inspection and conversion from draw period to permanent loan phase.

  • Participate in various department projects and cross-train for additional closing responsibilities.

  • Identify and communicate opportunities to improve processes and systems.

  • Contribute to the ongoing development of the Closing Team and Residential Lending Department to maintain/improve the level of quality, productivity and member service.


 


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:



  • Knowledge of closing practices and loan closing documents

  • Familiarity with construction to permanent loan features

  • General knowledge of loan origination and lending guidelines and processes

  • Computer literate in a network environment with strong typing/10 key skills

  • Excellent time management and organization skills – must be detail-oriented and thorough

  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines

  • Strong sense of urgency and ability to identify priority

  • Excellent customer service skills

  • Good communication skills, both written and verbal


 


Education, Training and Experience:


Potential candidates for this position must meet the following requirements:



  • High School or equivalent

  • Minimum 5 years of related experience


 


 


Company Description

Kinecta Federal Credit Union is one of the nation's leading Credit Unions, with more than $4 billion in assets and serving over 285,000 member-owners across the country.

From the beginning, we have helped our members fulfill their dreams. In 1940, Hughes Aircraft Employees Federal Credit Union was an idea born from a simple inconvenience: employees of the Hughes Aircraft Company were spending too much lunchtime driving downtown to handle their finances. So why not start a credit union, right there at the plant?

“I went to Mr. Hughes’ office in Hollywood and talked to his secretary Nadine. I gave her all the facts and Mr. Hughes said, ‘Sure. Start the Credit Union. Just keep my name clean. I don't want anything funny going on.’ I said, you can be sure of that. And Hughes Credit Union was born.”
- Lou Merandi, Credit Union Founder & Hughes Aircraft Chief Tool Designer, 1937-1981

In October 1940 a United States government charter was issued to establish the Credit Union. Each of the 12 founders deposited $5 to make the Credit Union's total assets $60. Membership cost 25 cents and the maximum loan amount was $200. We launched our name change to Kinecta Federal Credit Union in July 2001, after serving our members proudly as Hughes Aircraft Employees Federal Credit Union for more than 60 years.

As we continue to expand our position as a leader in the financial services industry our Kinecta name and logo represent our continued commitment to delivering unequalled value to the members-owners of Kinecta Federal Credit Union. Our promise: Every aspect of our organization, from our employees, to our communications, to our products and services, sets standards of excellence by remembering that our business is serving our members. And we’re committed to doing that better than anybody.


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Upgrade your Career! Become a Quinn Technician.

You’ll have an opportunity to work with some of the most advanced and powerful equipment on earth

•Total Rewards – Quinn offers competitive pay and benefits in addition to other rewards including profit sharing and training
•Career Advancement - Ongoing technical and managerial training means dealer technicians follow exciting and fulfilling career paths
•Advanced Training – Whether you’re a skilled or entry level technician, Quinn can provide you with education and training to further your career.
•Pride in what you do – Your helping maintain and repair equipment that has an impact on your community
•Great team environment – Quinn Company is a collaborative business that functions best as a team.

SUMMARY
Repair of Caterpillar and/or related equipment or components, following established procedures and guidelines.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

•Perform repairs with limited departmental supervision with higher level of responsibility for repair.
•Possess tooling required by the service department.
•Maintain good attendance and punctuality.
•Disassemble and assemble machines/components. Recondition/repair as required.
•Work overtime as required by workload and customer need.
•Select proper tooling for any standard job and demonstrate proficiency with Cat diagnostic tools.
•Perform diagnostics and organize appropriate repair procedures.
•Successfully complete appropriate training sessions as required.
•Demonstrate safe and proper application of hand, pneumatic and electric tools.
•Perform tasks from verbal/written instructions and communicate effectively with supervisor and fellow employees.
•Follow directions as given; follow company policies and procedures.
•Build competencies and share skills with other technicians, retain acquired knowledge.
•Treat customers and co-workers in a courteous and professional manner.
•Be responsible and proactive for personal development and training requirements for growth.
•Stay current with Cat product line. Utilize resources from Cat and Quinn Company.
•Demonstrate and promote Quinn Company core values of Relationship, Integrity, Teamwork, Respect, Quality and Service.
•Travel to other stores, customer sites and other dealer and Caterpillar facilities for work or training.
•Work alternate shifts as required by workload and customer needs.
•Work in the field as required by manager or supervisor.

Company Description

Our history began in 1919 when Quinn Company supplied the Killifer Disc and Holt Tractor to the Fresno area farmers in their quest to develop the great San Joaquin Valley into the worlds richest agricultural region. In 1925, when Holt and Best Tractor Company merged to form Caterpillar Tractor Co. (now Caterpillar Inc.), Quinn became its dealer in the Fresno and Madera County area. Since then, we have expanded through acquisitions and grown along with the economy of California.

Now in our fourth generation of family ownership, our operations span fifteen counties throughout central and southern California, including Arizona. Quinn now has 22 locations from Salinas to Foothill Ranch with more than 1200 employees to serve our customers.

We are proud of the success we have built with the help of our customers, our employees and Caterpillar.

www.quinncompany.com


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Join the SPC family and be a part of one of our project teams delivering world-class construction services to such customers as NBC Universal, LinkedIn, Netflix, Omnicom, E Entertainment, Kite Pharma (to name a few). We set up our Superintendents with all the tools needed to succeed and to complete projects to the highest standard. If you are a proactive thinker who is team-work oriented, this is your opportunity to shine with the SPC team.

Key Qualifications
- Construction supervisory background with 5+ years' experience in commercial interiors
- Professionally represent SPC as primary field operations interface with the project team
- Proven track record of consistently producing quality work and meeting deadlines on high-end commercial construction projects
- Promote positive subcontractor relationships by treating them fairly and professionally
- Skilled in oral and written communication
- Proficient computer skills using Microsoft Project, Excel and Word
- Well versed with Building Department and Fire Department commercial inspection procedures & requirements.
- Familiar with working in occupied multi-floor buildings/multi-building campus environments with stringent landlord guidelines

Your typical responsibilities include...

Preconstruction
- Work in partnership with the preconstruction team to identify constructability issues, lack of scope in schematic designs, and assessment of existing site conditions
- Conduct site visits with the design team, subcontractors, and other pro-con team members
- Create preliminary construction schedules, phasing and work plans
- Participate in the RFP response preparation and client interview process

Site Management
- Create, implement and enforce a site logistics plan
- Maintain a clean, safe, organized, and efficient working environment for construction teams
- Provide supervision and coordination of all trade construction activities
- Verification of takeoffs and obtain competitive material pricing for self-performed work
- Supervise, mentor and encourage the SPC skilled workforce
- Maintain site office and meeting areas per SPC standard

Project Administration
- Maintain a complete up to date set of bid documents on site
- Proficient in Microsoft Project, Word & Excel.
- Update SPC project team with field daily logs, RFI's, work orders, etc.

Safety
- Establish site-specific safety plan
- Conduct safety training and worksite meetings
- Multiple daily safety observation walks
- Rectifies safety violations immediately

Scheduling
- Create update, and maintain master project schedule
- Prepare (2) week look ahead schedules
- Generate weekly status updates

Meetings
- Update master schedule for presentation at weekly client meetings
- Actively participate in weekly client meetings discussing the schedule and other updates
- Distribute and discuss (2) week look-ahead schedules with project team
- Conduct weekly subcontractor foreman schedule and work plan meetings

Closeout
- Complete governing agency required signoffs and approvals for occupancy
- Assist project engineer with obtaining closeout documents and as-built drawings
- Create and complete punch list work in a timely manner
- Assist client with day 2 needs and additional work

Talents and Traits

- Enthusiastic problem solver with dispute resolution skills
- The ideal candidate should be dependable with an excellent attendance record, work well in a "Team Environment", be cooperative and respectful.
- Foster the development of Asst. Superintendents and Foreman to grow into future superintendents
- Strong work ethic with a "can-do" attitude

**BENEFITS
-Supportive, Team Environment with Growth Opportunities
- Market Competitive Salaries
- Annual performance-based increases
- 401k Retirement Plan
- Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Short and Long-Term Disability
- Paid Vacation days, Sick/Personal days and Holidays

Company Description

Sierra Pacific Constructors is a commercial general contractor with the treasured reputation of delivering high quality construction projects on time and within budget. In our third decade of building better businesses for our clients, we are known for delivering on our promises. With over 3,000 successful projects throughout the Los Angeles area we’ve built a reputation based on effectiveness, professionalism and achievement.

We are a tightly knit family of team players who are experienced, effective, dependable and flexible. We have worked with leading companies like Linkedin, NBCUniversal, Omnicom Group, Kite Pharma, Sonos, Netflix and LA Care Health.

To learn more, visit us at www.spcinc.com


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Five Star rated small Credit Union seeking a responsible, dedicated, detail oriented, sales minded individual with well rounded background in Credit Union operations. Five (5) years experience in back office and front line operations. Salary communesurate with experience.


Should have full knowledge in basic banking products, services and functions. Including but not limited to Debit, Credit Cards, ACH and Share Draft processing. Excellent Communication and Member services skills required.


 


 


Company Description

Credit Union in Los Angeles


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We are looking to hire a Center Manager to join our team!


You will be responsible for overseeing the administrative management activities of the Century City location. 


Job Summary:


The Center Manager will coordinate and perform a diverse set of support tasks to ensure the organization and its facilities have the clinical staff and resources needed to operate smoothly and efficiently. He/she provides patient supervision, patient scheduling, and quality control to in the hyperbaric center.


Primary Duties/Responsibilities:



  • ·         Responds to all main line and location calls and email inquiries with timely and accurate information.

  • ·         Ensures that waiting room, exam areas, equipment, and supplies are maintained and serviced.

  • ·         Organizes, plans, and supervises all functions related to front desk, exit billing, file room, and patient scheduling.

  • ·         Establishes, reviews, and revises work procedures relative to technologist functions.

  •           Attends regularly scheduled clinic staff, in-service, and training meetings. 

  •           Participates in professional organizations, attending meetings and seminars external to the facility.

  •           Oversees the acquisition, distribution, and storage of company supplies and shared support services such as mailing,                 printing, and copying; security; and cleaning and maintenance.

  •           Supports other related, varying needs of corporate management staff to include with patient/physician marketing,                       satisfaction surveys, and daily income reports.


Planning Duties/Responsibilities:



  • ·         Creates and administers budgets for supplies, equipment, and contract services.

  • ·         Identifies opportunities for cost savings, better efficiency, or other improvements; recommends and implements policy or             process changes as appropriate.

  •           Monitors any facility clinical certification projects to ensure plan requirements and applicable health, safety, and legal                   standards are met.

  •           Performs other related duties as assigned.


Required Skills/Abilities:



  • ·         Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

  • ·         Superior ability to identify and solve problems and to conduct cost-benefit analyses.

  • ·         Ability to solve basic math problems. 

  •           Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite or similar software.

  •           Knowledge of basic administrative and clerical systems and procedures. 

  •           Working knowledge of medical billing and contract principles as applied to hyperbaric clinical and facility services. 


Education and Experience:


·         Bachelor’s degree in related field.


·         Three to five years of related experience required.


Physical Requirements:


·         Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.


·         Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times. 



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Wholesale Manufacturing Clothing Business is seeking for experience credit manager to manage A/R dept.


• Credit responsibilities: Invoice daily & Mailing invoice, also mailing over 1000 customer invoices monthly. Analyzes and negotiates credit  terms, credit lines, and conditions for order approval, Makes payment arrangements prior to shipping orders, Negotiates payment arrangements and deals for past due invoices, aging accounts, Makes collection calls, resource claims, Reconciles ineligible deductions, charge backs and collects back money through document research and negotiation, reconcile all receivable accounts, apply payments, general ledger accounts, balances, Submits orders to Factor accounts and works with factor reps to ensure approvals on orders whether they are going to be approved or declined, Processes credit memo requests, Processes all credit reports such as aging and invoice shipment reports for all sales representatives and emails them out weekly, Creates credit reference checks and sends them out via fax, phone, or email to mutual vendors of the shared client, Works alongside management assisting in any other additional credit projects & reports, Files paper work on the side, handles charge back, process credit applications, negotiate with customers with regards to the credit terms, review credit applications and PG docs, Answers the credit departments phone line to answer and address all clients credit related inquiries, problem solving, communication and multi-tasking skills required, bi-lingual is a plus. Handling salesman sample account balances and collections.
• In addition, with Shipping responsibilities: helping shipping and claims, Creates labels and BOL's for large department store shipments, manages freight quotes…


 


Company Description

Giorgio Cosani Inc. is a wholesale manufacture company works with retailers nation wide and department stores. The company has been in the clothing industry for over 20 years and still growing rapidly.


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Our client is the largest and fastest growing on-site radiology practice in the US. They are an innovative practice focused on transforming how radiologists provide consistently exceptional services to hospitals, imaging centers, referring physicians and patients. With state-of-the art clinical technology, specialized expertise, access to capital, and retention of top physician talent, our client reliably exceeds the expectations of our clients, patients, and partners.


Position Summary


We are seeking a high level Revenue Cycle Consultant who will be responsible for driving key initiatives surrounding Accounts Receivable projects. The Consultant will manage all aspects of the project lifecycle and ensure successful delivery of projects.


 


Position Duties and Responsibilities


· Manager a portfolio of high visibility revenue cycle projects focused on A/R


· Develop and maintain detailed project plans


· Manage project scope, timeline, resources, costs, and quality


· Prepare and provide regularly scheduled project updates to leadership


· Schedule and lead project meetings as required


· Ensure projects are on track, communicate out status of projects, build contingency and mitigation plans


· Design metrics and measure success of initiatives


· Analyze large sets of data to uncover key insights that can be leverage strategically


· Meet tight deadlines in a time sensitive and resource constrained project environment


· Develop and maintain strong relationships with contacts at various billing teams; manage coordination between multiple billing teams


· Work with billing teams to solve difficult payment and associated business office problems including claims processing and billing issues across the revenue cycle as well as escalated patient complaints and audits problem accounts


 


DESIRED TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE


· B.A. or B.S. in Business Administration or related field from a four year College or University and 5 or more years of related experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience


· At least 3 years of healthcare revenue cycle experience


· At least 3 years of project management experience


· Ability to manage a portfolio of projects


· Project Management (PMP) certification strongly preferred


· Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite


· Strong analytic, quantitative, and problem-solving skills


· Effective communication, presentation, and facilitation skills


· Highly motivated self-started who is an excellent team player


· Strong organizational skills with an ability to effectively manage large amounts of detailed information.


· Ability to work independently with minimal supervision


· Effectively thinks big picture and also has ability to drill down into the details


 



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