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Are you interested in politics? Do you have a passion for community and education? Looking for an internship that can be safely completed during Shelter-in-Place?

Progressive, Oakland-based consulting firm is seeking interns for a local OUSD school board campaign. Ideal candidates can commit to working 10-15 hours per week, beginning in late-July and continuing through Election Day on November 3rd. This is an unpaid internship opportunity that will provide hands-on experience in a critical local election. Each week, interns will join training sessions that cover a variety of topics given by consultants and special guest speakers.  

 

Job Description:

Interns will perform a variety of tasks throughout the campaign. The following is a list of the most frequently required tasks:


  • Assist Campaign Manager and other key campaign staff in daily activities.

  • Post and manage social media content.

  • Conduct voter outreach. 

  • Recruit and train new volunteers.

  • Enter and track voter data.

  • Organize, facilitate, and participate in digital events.

  • Given the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of campaign work and events will be conducted remotely, and in-person events will comply with social distancing guidelines.  

Expectations: 


  • All interns are expected to work 10-15 hours per week. (afternoons and evenings).

  • All interns are expected to attend a weekly training session on varied campaign topics. 

  • All interns are expected to be available for the weekend before the election and the day of the election.

  • Experience working remotely and familiarity with Zoom and other video conferencing platforms. 

  • Conduct yourself in a professional manner.

  • Driving is not required but the campaign cannot provide transportation to or from the office or events.

  • Given the primarily remote nature of this position, having a laptop, internet access, video-conferencing capability is required.

Contact Information:

If you are interested or have any questions please send an email with a resume attached to hiring@artosconsulting.com

 


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The Superintendent/ Quality Control Manager coordinates all site construction activities and supervises all field personnel as required to successfully complete the project on schedule and within budget. This includes maintaining the highest quality, supervising all trade and field personnel, while administering good construction safety practices with all on-site activities. Maintains the job site office and closes out projects. Ensure that all hiring practices conform with company’s Affirmative Action plan as well as state and federal Equal Employment Opportunity laws, including without limitation, anti-discrimination and harassment laws relating to race, creed, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, veteran status.


 


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:


• Coordinates and supervise all construction activities


• Directs all field personnel to achieve completion of the project on schedule, within budget, with quality workmanship that conforms to original plans and specifications


• Maintains daily contact with project manager to ensure compliance with company policies and procedures


• Writes and maintains construction schedule, identifies and solves problems


• Maintains accurate as-build drawings


• Articulates timely requests for information in the best interest of the company


• Reviews subcontractors Schedule of Values for percentage complete and Pay Applications


• Coordinates and negotiates change order pricing from subcontractors related to contract modifications


• Updates mandatory safety documentation as the project proceeds


• Submission and procurement of materials for self-performance work


• Orders materials and schedules inspections as necessary throughout the process


• Familiar with Federal Contracting, specifically the US Army Corps of Engineers and NAVFAC (Department of the Navy)


• Familiar with the US Army Corps of Engineers, Quality Control Requirements and reporting procedures


• Maintains positive relationships with customers, contractors, suppliers and other employees; ensuring safety, quality standards, and schedule


• Supervises project from NTP through completion of a final punch list and turn over


• Promotes and administers job site safety, encourages safe work practices and rectifies job site hazards immediately


• Ensures all company employees and contractors are adhering to the company safety, quality standards, and schedule


• Maintains an organized job site, including the construction office


• EEO/AA Enforcement/Compliance Standards, as set forth further in the Job Summary and Core Requirements sections


• Development of employees


• Able and willing to travel to other project locations


 


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:


• Utilizes strong organizational skills


• Displays strong written and oral communication skills and employs effective listening skills


• Analyzes problems and makes sound decisions in a timely manner based on objectives, risks, implications and costs


• Tactful and mature demeanor with well-developed interpersonal skills including the ability to work well with diverse personalities


• Ability to adapt and achieve the customer’s needs while maintaining the cost and schedule of the project


• Ability to adapt to new work environments from job to job


• Must be familiar with Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action laws or be willing to undergo training in this area; ensures that all hiring, promotion and employee relations practices are in compliance with EEO/AA laws and with company’s Affirmative Action Plan, including without limitation all state and federal laws and all company policies and procedures relating to hiring, promotion, anti-discrimination and anti-harassment laws and policies relating to employees’ race, creed, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, or veteran status


 


CORE COMPETENCIES


• Commitment to Excellence - Identifies what needs to be accomplished and takes action to achieve a standard of excellence beyond job expectations


• Corporate Values - Understands, embraces, and integrates Doyon corporate values into everyday duties and responsibilities


• Customer Service - Identifies and responds to current and future needs by providing excellent service to internal and external customers


• Safety and Security - Promotes a safe work environment for co-workers and customers


• Teamwork - Resourceful team player that builds, strengthens, and maintains collaborative relationships with others inside or outside the organization


 


JOB SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES:


• Leadership- Maintains a productive climate and confidently motivates, mobilizes, and coaches employees to meet high performance standards and goals


• Strategic Thinking/Implementation- Formulates effective strategies consistent with the business and competitive strategies, examines policy issues and strategic planning with a long term perspective, determines objectives, sets priorities, and anticipates potential threats or opportunities


• Supervisory Skills- Oversees, guides, and evaluates activities of immediate subordinates


 


QUALIFICATIONS:


• Bachelor’s degree is desirable but not required; experience can substitute


• 10 years construction related experience as a working Superintendent


• 5 years of government (federal) construction experience in the range of a minimum of $2M


• Valid state driver’s license


• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Project and Primavera scheduling software


• Able to self-perform some minor scopes of work; carpentry, drywall, cleaning, demo, etc.


• Ability to estimate projects


• OSHA 30


• CPR & First Aid trained


 


Preferred:


• Quality Control and Safety certifications


• Healthcare and railroad construction experience


• Knowledge of sprinkler systems is preferred


 


 


WORKING ENVIRONMENT: The majority of the work is performed in an outdoor setting with a wide variety of people in differing functions, personalities and abilities.


 


PHYSICAL DEMANDS: An individual will be required to climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing and repetitive motions. Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and /or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects is required. The employee is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; viewing a computer terminal; reading; visual inspection involving small defects, small parts and/or operation of machines (including inspection); using measurement devices; and/or assembly or fabrication of parts at distances close to the eyes. Travel is required.


 


REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION: It is Doyon’s business philosophy and practice to provide reasonable accommodations, according to applicable state and federal laws, to all qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilities.


 


PREFERENCE STATEMENT: Doyon grants preference to qualified Doyon Shareholders first, and second to qualified shareholders of other Alaska Native corporations that grant a similar preference in all phases of employment and training, which include, but are not limited to hiring, promotion, layoff, transfer, and training.


 


PAY TRANSPARENCY STATEMENT: The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information


 


This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee(s) incumbent in this position.


 


We are a Federal Contractor and comply with the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA).


 


We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin, disability, veteran status, and other protected characteristics. The EEO is the Law and the poster is available at http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdf. For questions on the job posting contact (253) 344-5300.


 


 


Company Description

Doyon Government Group (DGG) is comprised of a family of companies with 8(a), small, and disadvantaged business (SDB) set-aside certifications, and extensive in-house resources. We offer a full range of domestic construction and information technology program support services to federal, state and local government agencies.
DGG is a subsidiary of Doyon, Limited, an Alaskan Native Corporation (ANC) headquartered in Fairbanks, Alaska. Established under the 1971 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), Doyon is the largest private landowner in Alaska, with more than 12.5 million acres allocated to the corporation under ANCSA. Doyon operates a diverse Family of Companies and has built a strong reputation for innovation and technical expertise.


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JOB SUMMARY: The Quality Control Manager (QCM) has overall responsibility for reporting directly to the Project Manager and Corporate Management for the verification that we meet all quality standards on our projects. The Quality Control Manager (project level) plans, coordinates, and oversees implementation of Construction quality control and quality assurance programs at the project level. This position also creates, reviews and amends Project Quality Plans to keep them current and to ensure compliance in all respects with the contract, established standards, methods and specifications.


 


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:


· Create and manage the Quality Control Plan for success on assigned construction projects


· Read and understand complex contract specifications, documents and architectural/engineering/mechanical and electrical drawings


· Interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables


· Define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions


· Review and approve submittals, process and understand RFI’s


· Create a Daily Activity Report to be a detailed, thorough and complete historical record of the day’s daily activities


· Work with others in a team environment to ensure contract requirements, project goals and objectives are met


· Communicate and reason with client’s quality assurance personnel, designers, technical experts, subcontractors and owners, and field quality assurance, technical authorities and construction supervisory representatives


· Make presentations, host meetings and engage in problem solving by bringing together technical experts, authorities having jurisdiction, assigning action items, documenting minutes and follow through to closure


· Proficiency in QCS/RMS software applications, Word, Excel, and Outlook


· Prepare graphs, charts of data, proposals, reports, and manuals


· Implement the three phases of quality control


· Take and read survey shots (grade and elevation)


· Mentor Quality Control Specialists and Quality Control Managers


· Other duties as assigned


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:


· Depending on size, complexity and number of Definable Features of Work, this position manages the Project Quality Control Plan, ensures all contract requirements are being met and supervises project Quality Control Inspectors.


CORE COMPETENCIES:


· Commitment to Excellence - Identifies what needs to be accomplished and takes action to achieve a standard of excellence beyond job expectations


· Corporate Values - Understands, embraces, and integrates Doyon corporate values into everyday duties and responsibilities


· Customer Service - Identifies and responds to current and future needs by providing excellent service to internal and external customers


· Safety and Security - Promotes a safe work environment for co-workers and customers


· Teamwork - Resourceful team player that builds, strengthens, and maintains collaborative relationships with others inside or outside the organization


JOB SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES:


· Attention to Detail- Ensures one’s own and other’s work and information are complete and accurate


· Planning and Organizing- Systematically develop plans, prioritize, organize and manage resources in order to accomplish business goals within a specific period of time


QUALIFICATIONS:


Required:


· A graduate of a four-year accredited college or university in Electrical Engineering, registered as a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Washington required.


· Minimum of 10 years’ experience as a Project Superintendent, Quality Control Manager, Project Manager, Design Manager, Project Engineer or Construction Manager in the federal arena.


· Specific past performance and references as an approved Quality Control Manager with a minimum of two years’ experience and as a registered licensed Professional Engineer.


· Contractor Quality Management for Contractors Certification or ability to obtain the certification


· Strong proficiency in QCS/RMS software applications, Internet and Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook)


· Must be familiar with the requirements of EM 385-1-1, and experience in the areas of hazard identification, safety compliance, and sustainability.


Preferred:


· Valid OSHA 10/30 certification


· Valid First Aid/CPR certification


  • Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certification

Apply Online at www.doyon.com


We are a Federal Contractor and comply with the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA).


We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin, disability, veteran status, and other protected characteristics.


 


Company Description

Doyon Government Group (DGG) is comprised of a family of companies with 8(a), small, and disadvantaged business (SDB) set-aside certifications, and extensive in-house resources. We offer a full range of domestic construction and information technology program support services to federal, state and local government agencies.
DGG is a subsidiary of Doyon, Limited, an Alaskan Native Corporation (ANC) headquartered in Fairbanks, Alaska. Established under the 1971 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), Doyon is the largest private landowner in Alaska, with more than 12.5 million acres allocated to the corporation under ANCSA. Doyon operates a diverse Family of Companies and has built a strong reputation for innovation and technical expertise.


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Who you are: You are ready to get to the “next level” of IT Sales and earn more than you ever have in a challenging but rewarding environment and be a part of a growing sales organization. You seek truly unlimited earning potential in your next assignment and are entrepreneurial in nature. Your confidence in yourself and your ability to deliver results makes you unafraid of trading a reasonable amount of risk in exchange for far higher rewards than others settle for. You have a proven record of sales excellence to SLED markets and strong, current and identifiable customer relationships. You are a strong communicator and you expect far more from yourself than any employer ever has in the past. You like the idea of managing your own territory as if it were your own franchise. You want to put your sales talent, existing relationships and love of working with customers who love to work with you to work in a more rewarding new way. You enjoy building new customer relationships as much as you thrive on securing new business from your existing relationships.


What we seek: InNet is seeking Experienced Information Technology Sales Champion with documented record of sales excellence and overachievement to offer InNet’s industry leading portfolio of Information Security and Data Center Solutions and services to State and Local Governments and K-12 and higher-ed markets. You must understand a wide range of Information Security, Infrastructure, and Data Center Technologies. Familiarity with SLED buying practices and the State of Texas DIR, TIPS, BuyBoard and other Co-Ops is required. Must possess a record proven overachievement and at least 2 years experience focusing on SLED market. Current (within the last 12 months) buying relationships that are accessible to be contacted are also required.


If this sounds like you, we'd love to talk with you and salary/commission compensation is commensurate with experience. Top performers earnings can exceed $150k per year.


Company Description

Launched in 2009, InNet is a profitable, growing national IT Solution and Professional Services provider expanding nationally and currently focused on the Central and Southeastern US delivering today's most compelling IT solutions that help IT organizations in ways that other commodity solution providers do not. We put the "Innovation" in InNet and we are focused on delivering results.


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Summary/General Description of Job:


Chugach is seeking an HF Technician  candidate that will primarily be tasked with performing moderate to complex cable fabrication duties, including (multi-pin, fiber optic, RF/coaxial, Cat 5/twisted pair, etc.) and technical support to install and maintain HF radio systems for the USCG. The candidate will provide occasional assistance to related support areas, including but limited to kitting and warehouse operations. Candidate will be expected to utilize schematics, drawings, diagrams, and plans requiring interpretation to successfully fabricate cables. Candidate will be expected to successfully complete and maintain required training certification courses that will be provided to ensure proper fabrication standards are followed


Essential Duties & Job Functions:


· Ability to fabricate cables from documentation, written or verbal instructions, schematics, rough sketches, drawings and diagrams, layouts, and plans often requiring interpretation and application of comprehensive knowledge and practical understanding of cable fabrication theory and principles



  • Provide support for test and evaluation of equipment

  • Provide support to perform System Operational Verification Test (SOVT) and System Operational Test (SOT)

  • Must have basic knowledge of navy networks and communication

  • Interface with Ships Company to arrange and organize test events and casualty response.

  • Implement field changes and test and evaluate systems.

  • Strong coordination, organization, teaming and communication abilities

  • Provide monthly and weekly status reports for the customer and Program Manager

  • Works well individually or in a team environment

  • Ability to work under pressure and time constraints


Accountable For:



  • The candidate will provide onsite HF system development, engineering, installation, maintenance and support services

  • The candidate will be responsible for repairing, maintaining, and operating  systems and equipment


Job Requirements (Education, Experience, Professional Associations):


Mandatory



  • If High School diploma or GED then 5 years of practical experience is required, including: laboratory testing, manufacturing, or maintenance for electronics

  • Must have an active a secret clearance at a minimum

  • US Citizenship.


Preferred



  • Ability to lift 50 pounds safely

  • Ability to walk a half mile a day minimum



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Lake County Government in Leadville, CO is seeking a full-time Recording Deputy for our Clerk and Recorder Office. This entry-level position supports the Recorder’s office in all aspects of the department, including routine administrative duties and recording documents while regularly interfacing with the public as they come into the department.



Essential Duties include:
• Perform routine clerical and public contact duties including marriage applications and licenses, land surveys and plats, liens, deeds, and other documents
• Effectively explain fees and how they are calculated, reason for rejection policies and procedures in letters to customers as required.
• Examines documents for accuracy and enforces compliance with mandates and directives that governs the processing, preserving, and indexing of documents
• Assist with general questions and complaints received in person, via mail, and over the phone
• Liaison to title companies, businesses, and attorneys in the recording of legal instruments
• Assist the public with record searches via the computer and old books and instruct in property searches
• Complete quality work amidst multiple/competing priorities and successfully meet tight deadlines.


Qualifications Include:


• At least one year of experience in a service-related field familiar with local government organization and offices preferred
• Ability to remain flexible and sensitive with a straightforward professional demeanor.
• Superior verbal and written communication skills and effective listening skills to effectively interact with internal staff, citizens, and other departmental staff.
• Bilingual English/Spanish person is preferred.
• Strong MSOffice skills including Word, Excel, Outlook email. LEDS system experience desired.
• Basic math skills to compute fees and cashier duties
• Knowledge of eRecording, Recording Books, Ditch Books, Tract Index, Microfilm
• Able to use various manuals provided to seek basic information.
• Strong attention to detail with constant breaks in concentration associated with answering phones and speaking in person to staff and citizens requiring assistance.
• Able to lift 25lbs


All interested candidates submit your resume to: HR@co.lake.co.us Attention: R Deputy


Lake County Government is an equal opportunity employer. We embrace the diversity of our workforce, therefore all employment decisions are on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.



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MASTER DATA GOVERNANCE LEAD
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ



Required Skills:

  • Experience in the development of Enterprise AI & Machine Learning policies

  • Experience in establishing value from data frameworks

  • 3 years-experience with GDPR and other Global privacy regulations

  • Experience with establishing Enterprise data access and control frameworks

  • 2-5 years-experience implementing Data Lake data governance frameworks



Project Description:
The Data Governance Lead is an IT role working closely with Our Client's Business Partners. The individual will drive the data quality, data integrity and data management across the enterprise that will enable business users to leverage and use the data as a differentiator in running the business with accurate and core business information and intelligence. This leadership role is responsible for understanding business and IT needs across the enterprise around key data domains and driving the definition and prioritization of data improvement initiatives. The ultimate objective is to build data as an enterprise asset helping Our Client's drive best in class data management activities, customer satisfaction, revenue growth and operational productivity. Some of the key responsibilities will be:

  • Manage a portfolio of enterprise data-related initiatives

  • Foster relationships with key stakeholders across the business segments, both business and IT

  • Build and drive plan to improve data practices for operational, reporting and analysis needs

  • Synthesize business needs across the company for priority data domains into data improvement initiatives and data governance requirement

  • Drive an effective framework for prioritization

  • Partner with data governance team to plan, prioritize and implement solutions to data issues and governance, providing clarity on business needs and priorities

  • Work closely with IT, business application and data governance teams to expand adoption of governance framework

  • Help business functions find short-term tactical workarounds to data issues to meet critical business needs while also identifying initiatives to solve the core data issue

  • Build organization understanding of data lifecycles from creation to end use, working with subject matter experts in various business functions, operations and IT teams

  • Identify business processes impacting data quality and collaborate with teams to improve data quality

  • Develop data quality metrics measuring status & progress towards meeting business needs

  • Seek out industry best practices and incorporate relevant ideas




This 6+ month position starts ASAP.

Please E-MAIL your resume (attachment to email) with rate and availability to Cheryl: cambrose@alphaconsulting.com

ALPHA'S REQUIREMENT #20-01169
MUST BE ELIGIBLE TO WORK IN THE U.S. AS AN HOURLY W2 EMPLOYEE
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Essential Functions



  • Coordinate work and correspondence between all project team members

  • Manage all documentation related to construction project

  • Assist in bid solicitation and estimate functions

  • Adhere to OSHA and Company safety requirements.


Roles And Responsibilities

Project Controls



  • Prepare and maintain submittal/RFI logs for construction projects based on project drawings and specifications

  • Document and communicate scope changes and other related project impacts to project Team.

  • Coordinate the change proposal, review and submission process

  • Assist in cost report preparation

  • Assist PM in monitoring EVM and production rates.


Documents



  • Distribute construction documents to subcontractors, including drawings, specifications, and general conditions including any accepted alternates or addendums with documents.

  • Prepare meeting agendas and minutes

  • Collect and prepare all required project close-out documents


Meetings



  • Participate in all required construction meetings with required personnel, subcontractors, designers and owners

  • Prepare correspondence with Owner, Engineers, Subcontractors, Suppliers, which include, schedule of values, project schedule, memos, request for information, transmittals and submittals


Estimating Support



  • Assist in quantity takeoff for estimates

  • Solicit subcontractor interest in sub-scopes for estimates under the direction of the project estimator


EDUCATION AND/OR OTHER REQUIREMENTS:


Qualifications:



  • Minimum of two years related construction or related experience (Project Coordinator, PM/PE)

  • Detail orientation sufficient to organize and effectively manage multiple tasks

  • Possess basic understanding of construction law and generally accepted business practices

  • Strong teamwork orientation, initiative, communication, and problem-solving skills

  • Proven positive and professional attitude and customer service skills

  • Current driver's license

  • And/OR


  • Bachelor's degree in Construction, Civil Engineering or Construction Management


Key Responsibilites

Characteristics And Abilities Vital To This Position



  • Self starter with strong work ethic

  • Personable team player

  • Accurate and focused attention to detail

  • Growth oriented with constant improvement mentality

  • Organized, multi-tasker

  • Adaptable and performs under pressure calmly

  • Good listener with excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, Project software programs

  • Knowledge of HCSS Heavybid, Primavera P6 and Microsoft Project is a plus



  • Other duties as assigned, including:


  • Determine alternative work methods as needed

  • Coordinate safety and compliance for all team members

  • Maintain schedule of timelines and follow through until completion


 


Apply Online at www.doyon.com


We are a Federal Contractor and comply with the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA).


We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin, disability, veteran status, and other protected characteristics.


 


Company Description

Doyon Government Group (DGG) is comprised of a family of companies with 8(a), small, and disadvantaged business (SDB) set-aside certifications, and extensive in-house resources. We offer a full range of domestic construction and information technology program support services to federal, state and local government agencies.
DGG is a subsidiary of Doyon, Limited, an Alaskan Native Corporation (ANC) headquartered in Fairbanks, Alaska. Established under the 1971 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), Doyon is the largest private landowner in Alaska, with more than 12.5 million acres allocated to the corporation under ANCSA. Doyon operates a diverse Family of Companies and has built a strong reputation for innovation and technical expertise.


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WORK SCHEDULE


OCONUS hours of operation shall generally average 12 to 15 hour per day, 7 days per week, but may exceed these hours due to mission requirements. During off hours, OCONUS linguists shall remain available for emergency situations.


SUMMARY


To provide foreign language interpretation, transcription, reporting, and translation services to support classified Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) worldwide. Provide on-site Linguists to support USSOCOM and its JSOTF during military operations at various locations worldwide.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES



  • Shall provide comprehensive linguist services in the designated target languages in support of SOF operational requirements worldwide and per DoD regulations and DoD certification levels.

  • Provide translation services for documents, in verbal and/or written format, from target languages into English and from English into Pashtu/Dari.

  • Provide linguist support to operations in other areas/countries and exercises/rehearsal events conducted prior to the start of, during, and after military operations.

  • Provide linguist support to mission planning objectives and other directed tasks while employing signature reduction tactics, techniques, and procedures.

  • Provide on-site linguist support to the JSOTF elements during operations in various locations worldwide.

  • Provide spoken, written, and conversational language translation and interpretation support.

  • Provide idiomatic translations of nontechnical material using correct syntax and expression from the foreign language to English, and vice-versa.

  • Conduct consecutive, accurate interpretation of on-going conversations and/or activities.

  • Willing and able to live and work in harsh environments, to include living and working in temporary facilities as mission dictates.

  • Comply with current Combatant Command and applicable Task Force Personal Appearance Policies.

  • Deployed Contractor personnel shall retain their Synchronized Pre-deployment and Operational Tracker (SPOT) Letter of Authorization (LOA) on their person unless otherwise directed by the Government.

  • Shall comply with DoDI 3020.41 regarding the accountability and return of issued PPE to the CRC or CRC approved equivalent upon completion of each deployment. Must provide proof/certification indicating a CRC approved equivalent.

  • Shall follow Combatant Command, JSOTF and JCC-I/A Weapons policy when performing in target country.

  • Shall report any Questionable Intelligence Activities and Significant or Highly Sensitive Matters.

  • Have the ability to frequently travel worldwide with minimal oversight and guidance to third country sensitive meetings.

  • Have the ability to travel in support of signature reduction activities.

  • Have the ability to coordinate travel and work with sensitive operational elements in support of operational meetings.

  • Have advanced technical/computer capability in support of Unit specific special programs and systems.

  • Have the ability to provide idiomatic translations of technical material using correct syntax and expression from English to the foreign language, and vice-versa.

  • Have the ability to write operational reports and other specialized documents in conjunction with operational element.

  • Have the ability to work cross cultural, religious and ethnic divides.


OCONUS TOUR OF DUTY


Personnel shall be deployed for a minimum of 180 calendar days.


CONUS TOUR OF DUTY


Short-term deployments outside the continental United States (OCONUS). May require deployment for up to 120 days per year to a
forward JSOTF element.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS



  • Listen, read, write and speak in clear and concise grammar and pronunciation, and provide translation and interpretation services in Pashtu/Dari and English at a minimum of 3 on the ILR scale in all test areas. Testing shall be by an external language testing agency (certified) approved by the Government to prevent erroneous or fraudulent test scores. Language proficiency shall be measured by examination procedures that meet ILR standards and taken within the immediate 12 months preceding starting work on this effort.

  • Have the familiarity with and ability to conduct oneself per the local culture and customs.

  • Ability to serve in a combat zone.

  • Possess a valid State issued Driver’s License.

  • U.S. Citizen

  • Must obtain and maintain a valid secret security clearance.

  • Passed a National Agency Name check within one year prior to employment.


SPECIAL SKILLS



  • Typing and PowerPoint skills.

  • Ability to deal inconspicuously with local populace.

  • Previous SOF experience is desirable.

  • Ability to function effectively and efficiently during extended periods of high pressure and stress as required by SOF.

  • Function as an integral member of a team of highly trained professionals responsible for the safety and security of U.S. forces, U.S. and foreign dignitaries, and facilities/resources.

  • Ability to operate a Government furnished light or medium mobility vehicle in support of operations.

  • Two or more years of experience is desired.


REQUIRED TRAINING



  • Comply with current Combatant Command and applicable Task Force pre-deployment training policies, regulations, and Fragmentary Orders (FRAGOs) (e.g. USCENTCOM Individual Protection and Individual-Unit Deployment Policy).

  • Personnel returning to CONUS for more than 15 days shall comply with current Combatant Command and applicable Task Force pre-deployment training policies, regulations, and FRAGOs prior to redeploying OCONUS.

  • The Government may require a certain number of linguists to receive training in special skills. These may include, but are not limited to; parachuting, rappelling, fast roping, and other insertion/extraction techniques. If required, the Government will conduct any required special skill training.


MEDICAL



  • Shall comply with Combatant Commander's directives, regulations and policies and JSOTF policies and procedures regarding medical requirements.

  • Pre-Deployment Medical Examination: Linguists assigned to performing OCONUS work shall be subject to a pre-deployment medical and/or physical examination.

  • Immunization Requirement: Received requisite vaccinations and immunizations for the geographical working area prior to deployment. At a minimum, the required immunizations specified by the U.S. Department of State shall be administered.


PRE-DEPLOYMENT


The following documents, or certified legible copies, prior to the assignment:



  • DD Form 93, Emergency Data

  • Passport

  • Driver’s license

  • Commercial criminal background check

  • Credit report

  • Medical/Dental examination

  • Physical fitness statement

  • Immunization Record

  • Electronic Questionnaires for Investigations Processing (e-QIP) printout

  • SF86/85

  • Language test scores (Pashtu/Dari and English)


SCREENING



  • The Government may perform an independent security determination of potential personnel both before and during employment. The Pre-deployment documentation must be provided prior to screening.

  • Shall be subject to the JSOTF Force Protection (FP), Counter-Intelligence (CI), capabilities and suitability screening.

  • The Government may consider persons for a counterintelligence scope polygraph. Polygraph examinations will be conducted per DoD Directive 5210.48R. Contractor personnel performing work under this contract give their implicit and explicit consent to a counter intelligence scope polygraph examination.

  • Additional vetting, screening and security may be required.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES


None


PHYSICAL DEMANDS


Must be willing to have a pre-deployment medical and/or physical examination. This work requires personnel to be in good health without medical conditions that would require frequent monitoring/contact with medical personnel. Must be able to:



  • Lift and/or carry at least 30 pounds with minimal effort

  • Walk distances up to 5 miles in rough terrain


On rare instances, the Government may issue the Contractor a firearm for self-protection. If issued, firearm familiarization will be conducted by the Government.


It is Katmai’s business philosophy and practice to provide reasonable accommodations, according to applicable state and federal laws, to all qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilities.


WORK ENVIRONMENT


Willing to live and work in an area designated by the Government as a hardship and imminent danger zone and/or hostile fire zone. This designation means the Contractor may be subject to harsh or hostile conditions.


Company Description

The Katmai Family of Companies is a dynamic organization that offers a range of career opportunities for prospective employees. We provide services to the Federal Government in the areas of simulation and training, facilities maintenance, electronic manufacturing, software engineering, live training, net-centric systems, and construction. Our corporate offices also provide employment opportunities in accounting, contracts, IT, and HR.

We understand that our strength as a professional services organization lies in our talented workforce, and we pride ourselves on attracting and retaining outstanding employees from our exceptional staff of highly skilled technical workers to our team of committed and knowledgeable support personnel.

Katmai is committed to providing the highest level of customer support and satisfaction possible. If you share our commitment, we encourage you to apply.

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To be considered for this position, all applicants must apply on the company website, https://katmaicorp.com/life-at-katmai/

We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. https://katmaicorp.com/life-at-katmai/#equal_opportunity
Preference will be given to Ouzinkie Shareholders, Spouses of Shareholders, and Descendants of Shareholders in accordance with Title 43 U.S. Code 1626(g) and Title 42 U.S. Code 2000e - 2(i).


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A major specialty insurance provider is seeking a Governance, Risk and Control Manager to perform Vendor Risk Management initiatives. The Manager will be responsible for identifying risks, mitigating risks, and monitoring ongoing performance covering a wide range of processes and stakeholders. They'll be responsible for a variety of Third Party Risk Management objectives including monitoring risk profiles, implementing and executing the TPR framework and ensuring a proper controls environment. The Manager will be expected to oversee multiple projects and ad-hoc work as necessary with strong visibility


Requirements



  • 5 to 10 years of Risk Management, Audit, Governance, or Testing experience

  • Bachelors degree in Business, Finance, Accounting, Risk, etc. or equivalent experience

  • Understanding of enterprise risk management and the insurance/reinsurance business

  • Great analytical skills and understanding of internal controls and various risk frameworks

  • Good communication skills

  • Ability to manage multiple projects and stakeholders


Company Description

Operating as part of Phaidon International, Selby Jennings is a multi-award winning global recruitment organization focused on servicing the financial industry.

By breaking down financial markets into individual niches and micro-specialisms, Selby Jennings powers a knowledge-led model, delivering global solutions into local markets. Every consultant is an expert in their field. Structuring our teams to mirror the demands of our clients and candidates, we identify, qualify and present the highest caliber candidates, as well as identifying the best market opportunities for leading finance professionals.

We work in partnership with clients to tailor-make a suitable search model based on the type of assignment and client service level requirements, adopting a bespoke combination of solutions to ensure optimum reach into the active and passive market places.

From our offices around the world, we recruit beyond international boundaries, pro-actively sourcing the best talent in the industry. Across contingent, retained, and project solutions, our service is unrivaled; speaking to our level of service provision, search accuracy, and flexibility.


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The Police Peacekeeping Program Support Specialist is located in the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Office of Global Policy and Programs Transnational Programs Division (INL/GPP/TP). The specialist supports the Wildlife Trafficking and Stability Branch’s International Police Peacekeeping Operations (IPPOS) Program. The branch’s work focuses on training and technical assistance to: strengthen legislative frameworks, enhance law enforcement and investigative capabilities, support cross border law enforcement cooperation, and develop prosecutorial and judicial capacity.


 


 


BACKGROUND


 


The U.S. Department of State is the lead institution for the conduct of American diplomacy and the Secretary of State is the President’s principal foreign policy advisor. The Department of State’s mission is to advance U.S. national security interests, fight terrorism, protect U.S. interests abroad, and implement foreign policy initiatives that build a freer, prosperous and secure world.


 


The Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) keeps Americans safe at home by countering international crime, illegal drugs, and instability abroad. INL helps countries deliver justice and fairness by strengthening their police, courts, and corrections systems. These efforts reduce the amount of crime and illegal drugs reaching U.S. shores.


 


INL implements the International Police Peacekeeping Operations Support program and supports efforts to strengthen the function of police peacekeeping generally through support of the UN Police Division, development of UN doctrine consistent with USG policy, and objectives, or other activities.


 


Police are a critically important element of United Nations (UN) peacekeeping operations, as evidenced by the 10-fold growth in police authorized for UN missions over the past 15 years. Recognizing the growing demand for police as well as the increased complexity of the roles they play, INL/GPP/TP assists police contributing countries (PCCs) and the UN to improve the quality and timeliness of police deployed to UN missions. INL provides mentoring and advisory support to training institutions and seeks opportunities to build capacity and provide assistance to PCCs as well as technical and funding support to the UN Police Division.


 


 


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


 


Program Management Support


· Provide program management support from Washington, DC for field activities in International Police Peacekeeping Operations Support (IPPOS).


 


· Assist in the coordination of logistics and program administration, especially related to funding, travel, human rights vetting, monitoring and evaluation.


 


· Assist with the coordination of program activities with other key stakeholders offices/agencies in Washington, DC and overseas.


 


· Provide timely and effective communication with Embassies and other key stakeholders.


 


· Maintain master calendar of all training and foreign assistance related activities for the police peacekeeping programs.


 


· Assist with tracking spending and obligations for the programs.


 


· Assist with preparing reports and other documents related to reporting on the funding and activities of the program. Under the supervision of the Branch Chief and/or Program Officer, conducts U.S. partnership vetting according to USG policies and prepares reports to the Branch Chief for action.


 


· Schedule meetings, appointments, and conferences in accordance with branch chief or program officer instructions, including reserving the appropriate venues.


 


· Submit ECCs for travel in support of the police peacekeeping programs or other GPP programs.


 


· Establish and maintain team records of various types that may be needed or will assist in the efficient operation of the team. Ensure files have all pertinent documents and signatures. Maintain and update file system accurately to enable quick and efficient retrieval of information. Perform file disposition actions accurately and in accordance with established procedures.


 


· Manage accurate receipt, control, logging, safekeeping, and necessary action on all classified material received.


 


· Assist with drafting and/or review of INL program documents such as statements of work, terms of reference, intergovernmental personnel agreements, letters of agreement, interagency agreements, etc. in support of the police peacekeeping program.


 


· Track programmatic documents for clearance through the process to completion, raising any issues to peacekeeping program officer or INL/GPP office leadership.


 


Research/Analysis


 


· Assist the Branch Chief, Program Officer, and other program staff with research and analytical support including the design of country programs, outreach to international organizations, partnership with foreign governments, and implementation and oversight of field projects.


 


· Support senior INL officials through research, analysis, and writing tasks on police peacekeeping.


 


· Make careful and exhaustive searches for information difficult to obtain, compile data, and make preliminary analysis for the supervisor or other staff officers as appropriate.


 


· Read incoming publications, regulations, and directives that may be important to the activities of the staff. Refer those of importance or interest to the team members and leaders.


 


· Assist in drafting program documents, including meeting notes, briefing and decision memoranda, issue papers, trips reports, etc.


 


Outreach Support


 


· Manage and proactively identify opportunities for social media and outreach.


 


· Keep police peace keeping documents up to date in SharePoint and on the programmatic fact-sheet


 


· Receive requests for information concerning police peacekeeping and other INL/GPP/TP programs. From available background data, assemble requested information or follow up to remind staff members to submit required answers within the specified time.


 


· Compose correspondence as directed, such as thank you letters, acceptance of invitations, invitation letters, etc.


 


· Assemble and track taskers for books for trips, conferences, etc.


 


 


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


 


• US Citizen


 


• A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.


 


• Four (4) to six (6) years’ experience in relevant field.


 


• Demonstrated ability to work on projects and issues within overall policy guidelines.


 


• Demonstrated skilled in oral and written communication, sufficient to draft action and info memos, congressional testimony, press guidance and congressional and general correspondence.


 


• Knowledge of international narcotics and law enforcement issues.


 


 


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


 


· Active Security Clearance.


 


· Demonstrated understanding of the theory, history, and current challenges of peacekeeping.


 


· Demonstrated knowledge of key concepts of international policing and rule of law.


 


· Demonstrated experience working or living abroad.


 


· Demonstrated familiarity with U.S. foreign policy issues and/or foreign assistance programs.


 


· Demonstrated proficiency in English grammar, punctuation, usage, and style and able to edit in a form suitable for lay audiences.


 


· Demonstrated skill and ability in managing multiple concurrent activities of varying complexity, including changing priorities and short turn-around times.


 


· Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships.


 


· Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively and communicate well as part of a diverse team.


 


· Demonstrated strong analytical skills, attention to detail, well organized, resourceful, takes initiative, and mission oriented; ability to creatively resolve problems.


 


· Demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service.


 


 


POSITION LOCATION: The physical work location is located at INL/GPP, Suite L505 2401 E Street NW, Washington, DC.


 


TRAVEL: Travel is authorized for this position.


 


 


BENEFITS: Employer offers a highly competitive compensation package for this position, including comprehensive medical insurance, paid time off, federal holidays, and a 401K matching with no vesting period. Employer also provides at, no cost to our employees, 50K in life insurance, short and long-term disability insurance coverage.


 


SECURITY CLEARANCE:  A Secret security clearance is required for this position; however, the specialist may begin with an interim Secret security clearance.



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Here we believe that reinvesting into our region and receiving support from the community is one of our primary reasons for success. This is why we have decided to internally expand one of the government-funded programs into a retail setting. The program allows us to help individuals with any government assistance to receive a FREE wireless phone.


 


With the expansion of our client portfolio, we are looking to hire and train entrepreneurial mindset individuals to help us successfully launch and expand this campaign across the West Coast Region. Our core value is internal promotion, starting every employee at an entry-level role and training that individual into a leadership position within our company. Why? Because you’ve built and solidified relationships with other employees, you are extremely well-versed in the systems and structures within the company, and you have already proven to be an asset to the team!


 


You will…



  • Communicate with people face-to-face in a retail setting


  • Educate potential enrollee on the government-funded program and its benefits


  • Monitor inventory assigned and fill out necessary contracts


  • Participate in daily training sessions and meeting


  • Provide end of the day feedback to the management team regarding production, inventory, and the assigned territory



 


You have…



  • BA/BS preferred


  • At least 1-2 years of customer service, sales, or similar field in a professional or internship setting


  • Vibrant personality that makes it easy to connect to fellow team members and the community


  • Reputation of an intense work ethic and looking to overcome any challenge presented


  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the office and be on time every day



 


Our response time is unprecedented so if your application & resume fit the bill, then someone from our Recruiting Department will be in touch within 24-48 hours!



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Government Initiative Program:


Our government-funded outreach program was created by a major telecommunications brand as a federal Lifeline Assistance Program intended to bring wireless devices to individuals who are found eligible. Our communication outlets are no longer an extravagant accessory; they have evolved into a necessary addition to everyday life.


Our company partners with Fortune 500 telecommunications clients in order to bring government-funded wireless communication to the economically-disadvantaged who cannot afford to maintain this basic necessity. We strongly believe that allowing someone the proper tools for success is the key to creating a promising future full of opportunity.


Position Summary:


The representative primary objectives are to identify and give outreach to the community who qualify for assistance in this program with the goal of fostering long-term stability for individuals and families.


 


Responsibilities:



  • Frontline Representative and act as a bridge between our clients’ brand and the public


  • Develop all new team members to be responsible for providing their input in strategy, meetings, as well as achieving the purpose of helping the community


  • Experts in customer care and human resources management



 


Requirements:



  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to advocate


  • Ability to work independently and collaborate with a team


  • Entrepreneurial spirit, ability to problem solve and build relationships


  • Bilingual Spanish candidates a plus



 



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The Customer Service Representatives will ensure accurate and timely collection and analysis of the Federal LifeLine Program data for monitoring progress towards meeting goals and reporting to agency funders.


The Customer Service Representative champions initiatives for the greater good through impactful promotional strategies and events. The ultimate goal of the program is to assist underprivileged community members in obtaining basic communication tools to improve the quality of life and seek impactful alternatives for low-income families to increase their socio-economic standing and provide overall job security.


Our motto holds true to the leadership team we have in place and its to work hard and stay humble. Our team works hard to obtain success, however, we are always focused on improving. We don’t allow our success to keep us from being students, and if we fail, we don’t allow failure to keep us from moving forward. Our teams’ ability to stay humble provides more success than arrogance ever will.


Responsibilities:



  • Create, distribute, and collect records of program participants.

  • Create program activities and accurate participant records in unique databases.

  • Maintain up-to-date and accurate records of community participation in databases.

  • Attend database management training as required by funders and/or division leadership.

  • Generate data reports at regular intervals throughout the year to check for accurate and complete data collection.

  • Understand program goals, monitor progress towards meeting these goals, and communicate this progress to program leadership on a regular basis.

  • Provide general assistance to the members of the division.

  • Ensure participant files contain all necessary and up-to-date participation documentation.

  • Take messages and route calls as needed in a courteous and pleasant manner.

  • Greet and assist community members in the division/program.

  • Assist in day to day operations of the division/program as needed.

  • Assist in the completion and processing of reports for the division.

  • Perform all other related duties as assigned by operational management.


 


Qualifications:



  • High school diploma or equivalent.

  • Attention to detail and commitment to program necessities

  • Problem-solving abilities.

  • Comfort taking initiative to learn the data needs of the program, determine and generate corresponding data reports, and share findings on an on-going basis.

  • Courteous and pleasant manners.

  • Customer service and organization skills.

  • Good judgment and commitment to ensuring the confidentiality of participants' records.

  • Professional demeanor.

  • Commitment to good attendance and punctuality.

  • Commitment to the agency’s mission.

  • Experience working with not-for-profit agency/organization.



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Government Outreach Representatives


Government Initiative Program:


Our government funded outreach program was created by a major telecommunications brand as a federal Lifeline Assistance Program intended to bring wireless devices to individuals who are found eligible. Our communication outlets are no longer an extravagant accessory; they have evolved into necessary addition to everyday life.


 


Our company partners with Fortune 500 telecommunications clients in order to bring government-funded wireless communication to the economically-disadvantaged who cannot afford to maintain this basic necessity. We strongly believe that allowing someone the proper tools for success is the key to creating a promising future full of opportunity.


 


Position Summary:


 


The representative primary objectives are to identify and give outreach to the community who qualify for assistance in this program with the goal of fostering long-term stability for individuals and families.


 


Responsibilities:



  • Frontline Representative and act as a bridge between our clients’ brand and the public


  • Develop all new team members to be responsible for providing their input in strategy, meetings, as well as achieving the purpose of helping the community


  • Experts in customer care and human resources management



 


Requirements:



  • Excellent communication skills and ability to advocate.


  • Ability to work independently and collaborate with a team


  • Entrepreneurial spirit, ability to problem solve and build relationships.


  • Bilingual Spanish candidates a plus



 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Persons with Experience in the following areas should apply:


 


Business development manager, customer relationship manager, restaurant, retail, full time, part time, entry level accounting, full time administrative assistant, receptionist, warehouse manager, retail associate, retail cashier, management, office assistant, office, clerical, office manager, insurance, customer service representative, leadership, operations manager, store manager, supervisor, director, teacher, project manager, communications, retail salesperson, customer service, marketing manager, marketing, territory manager, sales administrator, full time marketing executive, e-business, distribution manager, customer service clerk, call center agent, customer service director, customer service sales, field sales representative, account manager, advertising director, area sales manager, communications manager, full time communications director, media relations, public relations, e-commerce, sales, inside sales, outside sales, direct sales, insurance sales, executive administrative assistant, sports director, sports league official, business systems analyst, assistant manager, office support worker, admin support worker, human resources, full time recruiter, entry level recruiter, real estate, real estate agent, property management, training, develop, development, host, hostess, waitress, waiter, full time prep cook, restaurant manager


 


Company Description

Our focus is singular: We’re always working on creating the next wave of business managers who can extend the reach of the Fortune 500 companies we represent. In their hands, our campaign planning, sales strategies, and organic approach to customer acquisitions really gets results.

MELA Group represents a wide variety of clients, and that means we need to fill our ranks with business-minded people who can adapt to any terrain. That’s why our management and business training program is so focused. Our people learn the most cutting-edge techniques for being successful in this industry from experts who have achieved their own successes.


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We are looking for Enrollment Specialists and Enrollment Coordinators. This is a government-funded position where we enroll individuals on any type of government assistance to receive a FREE wireless phone.


We are willing to train highly motivated people from customer service positions into entry-level management roles. Openings are ideal for graduates or professionals with customer service experience looking for a rewarding career change. You must have a minimum associate degree in general studies, or relevant experience to qualify!


 


Benefits of working for our company?



  • Average CSR earns in excess of $500.00 per week!! (we pay weekly, not bi-weekly)

  • Full-Time work

  • Flexible schedule

  • Management Opportunities


MOST OF ALL LENDING A HELPING HAND TO INDIVIDUALS NEEDING ASSISTANCE


 


Here at OpenEdge, we are looking for qualified individuals who are interested in customer service as well as reaching out and helping those in need in their community.


 


Qualified candidates MUST show:



  • Interest in moving into Management Role within 90 days (with appropriate mentoring/training)

  • A level of professionalism for dealing with business owners and decision-makers

  • Self-motivation

  • Entrepreneurial mindset

  • Energetic personality

  • Student Mentality



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NEED SEVERAL POSITIONS FILLED FOR COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM! WE PROVIDE TRAINING AND OUR INTERESTED IN INDIVIDUALS WHO WANT TO EXPAND THEIR CAREER!


The Outreach Representatives will ensure accurate and timely collection and analysis of the Federal LifeLine Program data for monitoring progress towards meeting goals and reporting to agency funders.


Our company initiatives the public concern of the unprivileged lacking communication to better their livelihood and the progression of seeking impactful alternatives for low-income families to change their stance economically and provide overall security.


Here at Paragon, our company's mission is to continuously push forward individually and collectively. Paragon, creates a team environment where we are greater than just the sum of our parts, which is relative to the meaning behind our company’s name, a person viewed as a model of excellence.


Responsibilities:



  • Create, distribute, and collect records of program participants

  • Create program activities and accurate participant records in unique databases

  • Maintain up-to-date and accurate records of community participation in databases

  • Attend database management training as required by funders and/or division leadership

  • Generate data reports at regular intervals throughout the year to check for accurate and complete data collection

  • Understand program goals, monitor progress towards meeting these goals, and communicate this progress to program leadership regularly

  • Provide general assistance to the members of the division

  • Ensure participant files contain all necessary and up-to-date participation documentation

  • Take messages and route calls as needed in a courteous and pleasant manner

  • Greet and assist community members in the division/program

  • Assist in day to day operations of the division/program as needed

  • Assist in the completion and processing of reports for the division

  • Perform all other related duties as assigned by operational management


 


Qualifications:



  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • Attention to detail and commitment to program necessities

  • Problem-solving abilities

  • Comfort taking initiative to learn the data needs of the program, determine and generate corresponding data reports, and share findings on an on-going basis

  • Courteous and pleasant manners

  • Customer service and organization skills

  • Sound judgment and commitment to ensuring the confidentiality of participants' records

  • Professional demeanor

  • Commitment to good attendance and punctuality

  • Commitment to the agency’s mission

  • Experience working with not-for-profit agency/organization


Company Description

With years of experience, our staff has the capabilities and expertise to take your business to the next level. At Paragon Inc., we combine our insights and skills to transform your processes and strategies, and in turn, your company. We’re proud to help shape and improve how our clients structure and manage their business.

We examine what organizations are doing to stay relevant and competitive in this fast-paced world, and which ones are doing it best. We then strategize using smart tools and global resources in order to understand the implications of every choice our clients can make.


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We’re looking for a results-driven individual to actively seek out and engage customer prospects.


What does a Government Employee Support person do ? You will provide complete and appropriate solutions for every customer in order to boost top-line revenue growth, customer acquisition levels, and profitability.


COMPENSATION: $2,000.00 per week


REQUIREMENTS:



  • Must be over 18 years of age or older to apply for this position


  • Must be willing to work remotely through the duration of the pandemic.


  • Must live local to location.


  • Previous proven work experience as a sales representative, customer service, and/or in a related field


  • Excellent knowledge of MS Office


  • Familiarity with BRM and CRM practices along with ability to build productive business professional relationships


  • Highly motivated and target driven with a proven track record in sales


  • Excellent selling, communication and negotiation skills


  • Prioritizing, time management and organizational skills


  • Ability to create and deliver presentations tailored to the audience needs


  • Relationship management skills and openness to feedback



Please apply today!



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JOB BRIEF


 


Federal Government Contractor is seeking a competent take-charge Government Contract Administrator to support all aspects of federal contracts administration and administrative office support. We are seeking candidates that can perform a variety of high-level administrative tasks that support the Company’s day-to-day strategic goals and mission.  To be successful in this role, you should be well-organized, have great time management skills and be able to act without guidance.  In addition, the candidate will:


 



  • Successfully interpret contract policies, procedures, methods, operating practices, and performance standards for the Company’s Contracts Department.


  • Be responsible for the review, negotiation, and administration of Prime Contracts, Subcontracts, Purchase Orders, Task Orders, Contract modifications, Teaming and Non-Disclosure Agreements.


  • Be responsible for management and ultimately contribute to the efficiency of the business by providing personalized and timely support to executive members. 



 


ESSENTIAL DUTIES


 


The Contract Administrator’s duties and responsibilities include the following:


 



  • Negotiate and administer Non-Disclosure Agreements and Teaming Agreements.


  • Administers prime contracts/sub-to-prime contracts, as assigned.


  • Performs contract closeouts, as assigned.


  • Serves as the company's primary point of contact with the contracting officials and/or Prime Contractor's Subcontracts Administrator for all assigned contracts.


  • Set-ups contracts and task orders in Costpoint and/or Procast.


  • Inputs contracts and task orders in systems.


  • Coordinates with program managers to ensure contract requirements are fulfilled.


  • Maintains current knowledge of relevant contractual procedures and practices.


  • Participates in special projects as required.



 


MINIMUM EXPERIENCE


 



  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or a related business discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, professional training or work experience.


  • 3+ years of industry experience with Federal Government...


  • Work experience as a Contract Administrator, or similar role


  • Excellent MS Office knowledge


  • Outstanding organizational and time management skills


  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills


  • Discretion and confidentiality



 


Selected applicant will be expected to pass a criminal background screening


 


Company Description

IDR is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status or any other protected status designated by federal, state or local law. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a reference and background investigation based on position.


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REQUIRES EXPERIENCE IN MORTGAGE GOVERNMENT INSURING - REMOTE POSITION


Responsibilities


 


Exception Curing


· Validate exceptions/deficiencies are accurate. Any incorrect conditions will be returned to Client’s audit team.


· Assign loan to individual work queue in Client’s system of record.


· Identify any critical documents missing from insurance file by utilizing Client’s checklist.


· Complete initial application within FHAC.


· Any exceptions identified during the initial run will be entered as conditions in Client’s system of record.


· Upload copy of the insurance application to the Client’s system of record.


· Cure exceptions/deficiencies found in audited files


· Request or correct curative documents from internal and external sources (as per Client process and procedures), any items needed to cure exceptions identified from the government insuring audit


· Requests can be made via email or phone.


· Any updates will be documented into Client’s system of record


· Cure documents will be uploaded into Clients system of record.


· Follow up with five additional requests


· After six requests, loans will be forwarded for escalation as per Client process


· Upon receipt of exception, updated information is entered in FHAC or webLGY


· Follow up for final insuring endorsement status


 


Fina Electronic Insurance Submission


· Input and Submit loan data in FHAC (FHA) or webLGY (VA) to complete electronic loan Submission


· Any Exceptions identified during the final run will be entered as conditions in the Clients’ system of record.


· Obtain MIC (FHA) or LGC (VA) upload into the Client’s system of record.


· Enter insured date into the Client’s system of record


· Upload the final insurance application


 


Qualifications/Requirements



  • 1-3 years of mortgage experience which includes working with government loans preferred

  • Familiar with closing documents in a mortgage transaction



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We are seeking a full-time Customer Service Representative to help us launch a new campaign in a retail setting. You will be responsible for enrolling community members on any type of government assistance for a FREE wireless phone.


 


Responsibilities:



  • Communicate with people face-to-face in a retail setting


  • Educate potential enrollee on the government-funded program and its benefits


  • Monitor inventory assigned and fill out necessary contracts


  • Participate in daily training sessions and meeting


  • Provide end of the day feedback to the management team regarding production, inventory, and the assigned territory



 


Qualifications



  • Previous experience in a customer-facing role (hospitality setting, retail customer service, sales, etc.


  • Excel in a fast-paced and people-centric environment


  • Engaging and outgoing personality in order to build relationships with community and team members


  • Excellent written and verbal skills


  • Ability to adapt and thrive in a team setting or working alone if required



 


Enter your email and click that green “Apply Now” button below and one of our internal recruiters will be following up within the next 24-48 hours!


 



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Who you are: You are ready to get to the “next level” of IT Sales and earn more than you ever have in a challenging but rewarding environment and be a part of a growing sales organization. You seek truly unlimited earning potential in your next assignment and are entrepreneurial in nature. Your confidence in yourself and your ability to deliver results makes you unafraid of trading a reasonable amount of risk in exchange for far higher rewards than others settle for. You have a proven record of sales excellence to SLED markets and strong, current and identifiable customer relationships. You are a strong communicator and you expect far more from yourself than any employer ever has in the past. You like the idea of managing your own territory as if it were your own franchise. You want to put your sales talent, existing relationships, and love of working with customers who love to work with you to work in a more rewarding new way. You enjoy building new customer relationships as much as you thrive on securing new business from your existing relationships.


What we seek: InNet is seeking Experienced Information Technology Sales Champion with a documented record of sales excellence and overachievement to offer InNet’s industry-leading portfolio of Information Security and Data Center Solutions and services to State and Local Governments and K-12 and higher-ed markets. You must understand a wide range of Information Security, Infrastructure, and Data Center Technologies. Familiarity with SLED buying practices and the State of Texas DIR, TIPS, BuyBoard, and other Co-Ops is required. Must possess a record proven overachievement and at least 2 years experience focusing on SLED market. Current (within the last 12 months) buying relationships that are accessible to be contacted are also required.


If this sounds like you, we'd love to talk with you and salary/commission compensation is commensurate with experience. Top performers earnings can exceed $250,000 per year.


Company Description

Launched in 2009, InNet is a profitable, growing national IT Solution and Professional Services provider expanding nationally and currently focused on the Central and Southeastern US delivering today's most compelling IT solutions that help IT organizations in ways that other commodity solution providers do not. We put the "Innovation" in InNet and we are focused on delivering results.


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 Kea`ki Technologies is looking for a Business Development Capture Manager to join our Corporate Headquarters located in Orlando, FL.


Would you like to be a part of a high performing, successful business development team?  We are looking for a Business Development/Capture Manager to support our business development division located in Orlando, Florida.


RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Builds corporate market position and revenue by working with the Vice President of Business Development (VP BD) and Executive Vice President of Strategy & Development (EVP S&D) to identify, develop, define, negotiate, and close Federal business opportunities in an assigned portfolio.

  • Directly leads Bid & Proposal efforts for assigned domain, serving as a primary solution/offer developer; leads writing strategy in support of the Proposal Manager; leads and supports the development of win themes; collaborates with the proposal team to develop proposal response format and structure.

  • Qualifies opportunities using a wide variety of information and resources, to support a bid/no-bid review process with the VP BD and EVP S&D.

  • Reviews and analyzes RFPs and prepares RFP summaries and compliance matrices.

  • Qualifies and supports the selection of teaming partners for opportunities and as required, leads efforts for data calls to teaming partners related to reps and certs, pricing, capabilities statements, past performance, technical inputs, etc.

  • Develops and maintains an active pipeline of opportunities, proactively identifying new opportunities to meet strategic growth objectives through researching industry sources and related events, publications, and announcements; tracking prospective markets, customers, and competitors.

  • Identifies and responds to Federal/DoD market research / sources sought / Requests for Information (RFIs)

  • Attends Industry Days and Pre-proposal conferences for opportunities as required.

  • Works to capture and develop professional relationships with new customers through competitive acquisitions, direct marketing, and strategic partnerships.

  • Protects the company’s value by keeping information confidential.

  • Support and/or lead continual improvement of business development, and bid & proposal processes and tools.

  • 25% travel on average


DEGREE/EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:


  • Bachelor's Degree in relevant area

REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:



  • Minimum 3 to 5 years job related experience preferably in federal contracting business development

  • Experience leading strategic collaboration, performing capture responsibilities, and partnering on proposals or special projects (strongly preferred in DoD/Federal sectors)

  • Experience using federal opportunity sourcing tools such as FedBizOps, FedConnect, Deltek Govwin, and others.Strong presentation and interpersonal communication skills

  • Excellent personal computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office applications to include: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Project

  • Experience using Microsoft SharePoint or other document management system/version control system

  • Strong multitasking skills; ability to be flexible and agile in a fast-paced environment

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong strategic analysis, critical thinking, and prioritization skills

  • Desire to achieve; self-motivated

  • Enjoys collaboration and teamwork

  • Willing to do the work!  Dig in, do what it takes!


DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:



  • Experience with Federal/DoD proposal management, writing, and development strongly preferred

  • Experience with federal small business and/or 8(a) contracting preferred

  • An understanding of a formal proposal development process (Shipley Proposal Method) preferred

  • Knowledge of FAR/DFARS and other related federal regulations preferred


The Alaka`ina Foundation Family of Companies (FOCs) is comprised of industry-recognized government service firms who are designated as Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO)-Owned and fall into the respective categories of standard Small Business, 8(a) certified Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), and HUBZone. The FOCs includes Ke`aki Technologies, Laulima Government Solutions, Kūpono Government Services, Kāpili Services, and Po`okela Solutions. Alaka`ina Foundation activities under the 501(c)3 principally benefit the youth of Hawaii through charitable efforts which includes providing innovative educational programs that combine leadership, science & technology, and environmental stewardship. For additional information please visit www.alakainafoundation.com.


We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer of individuals with disabilities and veterans. We are proud to state that we do not discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. If you are a person with a disability and you need an accommodation during the application process, please click here to request accommodation. We E-Verify all employees.



Company Description

The Alaka`ina Foundation Family of Companies (FOCs) is comprised of industry-recognized government service firms designated as Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO)-owned and 8(a) certified businesses. The Family of Companies (FOCs) includes Ke`aki Technologies, Laulima Government Solutions, and Kūpono Government Services. Alaka`ina Foundation activities under the 501(c)3 principally benefit the youth of Hawaii through charitable efforts which includes providing innovative educational programs that combine leadership, science & technology, and environmental stewardship.

Laulima Government Solutions, LLC, is a Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO) owned business. A premier government services company, Laulima Government Solutions, LLC offers a full spectrum of solutions that improve the performance and operational effectiveness of our government and Department of Defense customers. Our mission synchronized solutions are designed to deliver exactly what our customers need, when they need it. From base and range operations to biomedical defense support to telecommunications and IT services, we deliver the exact talent, tools and technologies needed to meet mission requirements.


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STGS is a major partner to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) supporting its mission under various prime and/or sub-prime contracts for Public Assistance. The Public Assistance program supports recovery operations primarily for debris removal, emergency protective measures, and the repair, replacement, or restoration of disaster-damaged, publicly-owned facilities, such as: roads, bridges, municipal buildings, police and fire stations, water/wastewater treatment plants, etc., including Private Non-Profit facilities such as hospitals. The Hazard Mitigation assistance program supports operations to reduce the risk to life and property; including the existing build environment and future construction, in the pre and post disaster environments through regulations, local ordinances, land use and building practices.


 


Job Description


We are currently accepting resumes for future and current project work. Qualified candidates will be contacted once next steps have been identified.


 


• Conducting preliminary damage assessments (PDAs) in the field with Federal, State and local officials.


 


• Writing complex Project Worksheets (PWs) for the purposes of determining project eligibility, scopes of work and estimating costs to repair or replace a facility or structure to restore it to its pre-disaster design for small and large projects.


 


• Providing services such as: technical, cost estimating, disaster recovery or management with an emphasis on construction-related activities.


 


• Review construction activities to restore pre-disaster condition.


 


• Inspecting construction work to ensure compliance with design documents and FEMA Public Assistance policy and procedure.


 


Minimum Qualifications


 


• Civil, Mechanical, Structural, and Environmental Engineering Degree


 


• A minimum of 5 years of relevant engineering experience required.


 


• Preference will be given to candidates with one or more of the following FEMA Public Assistance classroom trainings: Public Assistance Operations I (PA Ops I), Public Assistance Operations II (PA Ops II), Project Worksheet (PW) Development, Cost Estimating Format (CEF), Debris Management/Operations, 406 Hazard Mitigation.


 


• Prior FEMA Public Assistance disaster response and recovery experience in one of the following areas: Public Assistance Coordinator (PAC) Crew Leader, Project Specialist, Debris Specialist, Debris Monitor, FEMA-certified Trainer, Hazard Mitigation Specialist (Sections 404 and 406), or Long Term Community Recovery Program Specialist is strongly desired.



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We are looking for a skilled Client Services professional trained in skills old and new. If you join us in San Diego, you’ll be surrounded by amazing talent, thought leaders, and creators. It won’t be easy; you will be challenged, tested and stretched, but always deeply fulfilled. We will help unlock your individual genius and the best work of your life.


Purpose of Role:


The role is to establish and execute strategic marketing and outreach programs for Fortune 500 brands to support a government-funded program and consumer enrollment objectives. Each brand maintains its own strategic priorities and requires a detailed understanding of the target consumer as well as the short and long-term performance goals for the brands. It is incumbent on the Manager to develop programs that deliver against measured metrics and support key brand objectives. The role requires strong leadership to develop cross-functional relationships working in collaboration with the Brand Team and Corporate Relations.


WE PROVIDE TRAINING AND REWARD KEY PERFORMERS WITHIN OUR DIVISIONS. WE ARE SEEKING INDIVIDUALS WHO DESIRE GROWTH AND STABILITY WITHIN THEIR PROFESSION.


 


PEOPLE WITH THE FOLLOWING EXPERIENCE ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY: military, government, training, government relations, civilian service, management, leadership development, troops, and military experience with leadership.



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We are seeking a Software Configuration Manager to become an integral part of our team! You will develop and execute software configuration strategies.


Responsibilities:



  • Devise and implement strategies for collecting to collect all data required for monitoring the software associated with various systems

  • Investigate and recreate reported defects

  • Track and document all system configurations and develop a reporting strategy for the government customer

  • Participate in the design and development for report automation and support


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in software configuration management

  • Have an active security clearance at the secret level as a minimum

  • Be a US Citizen

  • Deadline and detail-oriented



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Immediate Full-Time position for an Accountant experienced in Government Contracting and Department of Defense (DoD) cost accounting, at a fast-paced, rapidly growing small woman-owned software engineering company.


The candidate will be responsible for managing all aspects of accounting, completing, and ensuring compliance to DoD/ DCAA regulations and Contractual requirements. This position will report directly to the General Manager.


Responsibilities Include:


· Manage all aspects of accounting to support the business including: Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, employee Work Authorizations and Payroll


· Ensure transition from contract capture to operations is accomplished timely, in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles


· Maintain accurate accounting of direct and indirect costs as per DCAA regulations


· Understand all Contractual obligations and ensure compliance to Customer policy and associated FAR/DFARs regarding invoicing, payments, and other regulations


· Draft/Review Subcontract agreements and ensure compliance to FAR/DFAR/Customer



  • Develop and generate weekly and monthly accounting and cash forecasting reports through Microsoft Dynamics Navision and Jet Reports for CEO

  • Generate and report weekly Project Status Reports for programs

  • Proactively assess cost risks and advise management early-on, with recommended COA’s


· Manage accurate general ledger


· Manage Work Authorization numbers to all Program staff


· Track, analyze and report Budget vs Actuals by program on a weekly basis


· Manage the reconciliation of payroll including interfacing with ADP


· Research, track and resolve accounting issues


· Provide Management with weekly Status Reports on activities, risk, open items, and special projects


· Prepare reports/financials and documentation for the CPA and tax preparation


· Ensure compliance to DFARs, DCAA, and other Department of Defense/Government regulatory agencies


Job Requirements:


· BA in Accounting or Finance


· 5+ years’ experience in Accounting with DoD/Government Firm Fixed Price and Cost-Plus Contracts


· Must possess knowledge of accounting principles and Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)


· High and Current Proficiency in Microsoft Dynamics Navision accounting system and Jet Reports


· Experience working for companies that sell Software Product and Engineering Services


· Experience working for a small business with minimal resource support


· Familiar with cost and schedule processes and standards


· Previous experience in Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Payroll, General Ledger/Journal entry updates, Bank Reconciliation, issuance of Work Authorizations, and Financial Reporting


· Task and Goal-oriented with an emphasis on detail


· Strong critical thinking and practical, problem-solving skills


· High integrity and trustworthiness


· Proficient with Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook


· Able to follow instructions meticulously


· Highly Organized, Detail Oriented, Multi-Tasker in a Fast-Paced Environment


· Extremely Confidential


· Professional / presents well and professionally


· Results Oriented


· Proactive self-Starter


· Always Prompt


· Can think outside the box to accomplish tasks


· Able to accept a wide range of responsibilities and tasks as required to accomplish the company objectives


Benefits


· Competitive Salary


· Competitive Benefits: Health, Vision, Dental & Chiro


· PTO Time


· Sick Time


· Life Insurance


· 401K


· Growth Opportunity!


Company Description

Avatar Partners (www.avatarpartners.com) is a growing training systems and software development provider based in Huntington Beach, CA. We specialize in best-in-class innovative solutions that Simplify Complex SystemsTM to increase the efficiency, safety and effectiveness of equipment, systems, and processes for the Warfighter, First Responder, and Commercial Industries. We are a woman-owned small business that provides solutions to corporations globally.

Avatar Partners, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.


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Immediate Full-Time position for an Accountant experienced in Government Contracting and Department of Defense (DoD) cost accounting, at a fast-paced, rapidly growing small woman-owned software engineering company.


The candidate will be responsible for managing all aspects of accounting, completing, and ensuring compliance to DoD/ DCAA regulations and Contractual requirements. This position will report directly to the General Manager.


Responsibilities Include:


· Manage all aspects of accounting to support the business including: Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, employee Work Authorizations and Payroll


· Ensure transition from contract capture to operations is accomplished timely, in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles


· Maintain accurate accounting of direct and indirect costs as per DCAA regulations


· Understand all Contractual obligations and ensure compliance to Customer policy and associated FAR/DFARs regarding invoicing, payments, and other regulations


· Draft/Review Subcontract agreements and ensure compliance to FAR/DFAR/Customer



  • Develop and generate weekly and monthly accounting and cash forecasting reports through Microsoft Dynamics Navision and Jet Reports for CEO

  • Generate and report weekly Project Status Reports for programs

  • Proactively assess cost risks and advise management early-on, with recommended COA’s


· Manage accurate general ledger


· Manage Work Authorization numbers to all Program staff


· Track, analyze and report Budget vs Actuals by program on a weekly basis


· Manage the reconciliation of payroll including interfacing with ADP


· Research, track and resolve accounting issues


· Provide Management with weekly Status Reports on activities, risk, open items, and special projects


· Prepare reports/financials and documentation for the CPA and tax preparation


· Ensure compliance to DFARs, DCAA, and other Department of Defense/Government regulatory agencies


Job Requirements:


· BA in Accounting or Finance


· 5+ years’ experience in Accounting with DoD/Government Firm Fixed Price and Cost-Plus Contracts


· Must possess knowledge of accounting principles and Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)


· High and Current Proficiency in Microsoft Dynamics Navision accounting system and Jet Reports


· Experience working for companies that sell Software Product and Engineering Services


· Experience working for a small business with minimal resource support


· Familiar with cost and schedule processes and standards


· Previous experience in Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Payroll, General Ledger/Journal entry updates, Bank Reconciliation, issuance of Work Authorizations, and Financial Reporting


· Task and Goal-oriented with an emphasis on detail


· Strong critical thinking and practical, problem-solving skills


· High integrity and trustworthiness


· Proficient with Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook


· Able to follow instructions meticulously


· Highly Organized, Detail Oriented, Multi-Tasker in a Fast-Paced Environment


· Extremely Confidential


· Professional / presents well and professionally


· Results Oriented


· Proactive self-Starter


· Always Prompt


· Can think outside the box to accomplish tasks


· Able to accept a wide range of responsibilities and tasks as required to accomplish the company objectives


Benefits


· Competitive Salary


· Competitive Benefits: Health, Vision, Dental & Chiro


· PTO Time


· Sick Time


· Life Insurance


· 401K


· Growth Opportunity!


Company Description

Avatar Partners (www.avatarpartners.com) is a growing training systems and software development provider based in Huntington Beach, CA. We specialize in best-in-class innovative solutions that Simplify Complex SystemsTM to increase the efficiency, safety and effectiveness of equipment, systems, and processes for the Warfighter, First Responder, and Commercial Industries. We are a woman-owned small business that provides solutions to corporations globally.

Avatar Partners, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.


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The Customer Service Representatives will ensure accurate and timely collection and analysis of the Federal LifeLine Program data for monitoring progress towards meeting goals and reporting to agency funders.


The Customer Service Representative champions initiatives for the greater good through impactful promotional strategies and events. The ultimate goal of the program is to assist underprivileged community members in obtaining basic communication tools to improve the quality of life and seek impactful alternatives for low-income families to increase their socio-economic standing and provide overall job security.


 


Responsibilities:



  • Create, distribute, and collect records of program participants.

  • Create program activities and accurate participant records in unique databases.

  • Maintain up-to-date and accurate records of community participation in databases.

  • Attend database management training as required by funders and/or division leadership.

  • Generate data reports at regular intervals throughout the year to check for accurate and complete data collection.

  • Understand program goals, monitor progress towards meeting these goals, and communicate this progress to program leadership regularly.

  • Provide general assistance to the members of the division.

  • Ensure participant files contain all necessary and up-to-date participation documentation.

  • Take messages and route calls as needed in a courteous and pleasant manner.

  • Greet and assist community members in the division/program.

  • Assist in day to day operations of the division/program as needed.

  • Assist in the completion and processing of reports for the division.

  • Perform all other related duties as assigned by operational management.


 


Qualifications:



  • High school diploma or equivalent.

  • Attention to detail and commitment to program necessities

  • Problem-solving abilities.

  • Comfort taking initiative to learn the data needs of the program, determine and generate corresponding data reports, and share findings on an on-going basis.

  • Courteous and pleasant manners.

  • Customer service and organization skills.

  • Sound judgment and commitment to ensuring the confidentiality of participants' records.

  • Professional demeanor.

  • Commitment to good attendance and punctuality.

  • Commitment to the agency’s mission.

  • Experience working with not-for-profit agency/organization.


Company Description

With years of experience, our staff has the capabilities and expertise to take your business to the next level. At Paragon Inc., we combine our insights and skills to transform your processes and strategies, and in turn, your company. We’re proud to help shape and improve how our clients structure and manage their business.

We examine what organizations are doing to stay relevant and competitive in this fast-paced world, and which ones are doing it best. We then strategize using smart tools and global resources in order to understand the implications of every choice our clients can make.


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NEED SEVERAL POSITIONS FILLED FOR COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM!


WE PROVIDE TRAINING AND OUR INTERESTED IN INDIVIDUALS WHO WANT TO EXPAND THEIR CAREER!


The Representatives will ensure accurate and timely collection and analysis of the Federal LifeLine Program data for monitoring progress towards meeting goals and reporting to agency funders.


The Outreach Representatives' champions initiatives for the greater good through impactful promotional strategies and events. The ultimate goal of the program is to assist underprivileged community members in obtaining basic communication tools to improve the quality of life and seek impactful alternatives for low-income families to increase their socio-economic standing and provide overall job security.


Responsibilities:



  • Create, distribute, and collect records of program participants.

  • Create program activities and accurate participant records in unique databases.

  • Maintain up-to-date and accurate records of community participation in databases.

  • Attend database management training as required by funders and/or division leadership.

  • Generate data reports at regular intervals throughout the year to check for accurate and complete data collection.

  • Understand program goals, monitor progress towards meeting these goals, and communicate this progress to program leadership on a regular basis.

  • Provide general assistance to the members of the division.

  • Ensure participant files contain all necessary and up-to-date participation documentation.

  • Take messages and route calls as needed in a courteous and pleasant manner.

  • Greet and assist community members in the division/program.

  • Assist in day to day operations of the division/program as needed.

  • Assist in the completion and processing of reports for the division.

  • Perform all other related duties as assigned by operational management.


 


Qualifications:



  • High school diploma or equivalent.

  • Attention to detail and commitment to program necessities

  • Problem solving abilities.

  • Comfort taking initiative to learn the data needs of the program, determine and generate corresponding data reports, and share findings on an on-going basis.

  • Courteous and pleasant manners.

  • Customer service and organization skills.

  • Good judgment and commitment to ensuring the confidentiality of participants records.

  • Professional demeanor.

  • Commitment to good attendance and punctuality.

  • Commitment to the agency’s mission.

  • Experience working with not-for-profit agency/organization.



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