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The Twisted Thistle Apothicaire’s are traditional medicinal herbal teas and gift shops. We source bulk herbs from a number of locations and package them (individually or as blends) into our own packaging – this is where you come in!

This is a bit of a multifaceted job that requires two distinct temperaments and strengths:

  1. The ability to focus on a repetitive task (like packing) for extended periods of time, while keeping a self-directed pace, and

  2. A mind which can actively assess and organize, which demands precision and an ability to catch mistakes and rectify them.

The first strength refers to the aspect of the job which includes the packing of herbs into bags, and sealing and labeling the bags, as well as cleaning and organizing the packing area.

Situations where the second strength comes in handy include comparing batches of bulk herbs to find inconsistencies, assessing stock levels for ordering bulk herbs on a monthly basis, keeping an eye on labeling and barcoding to ensure accuracy, and controlling proper stock rotation for the sake of freshness.

A large part of the job is tedious (and thus is not a good match if you're looking for a creative or people-focused job) however accuracy is key, so clear attention to detail is a must!  Also, we take the time to train effectively so the right person can succeed quickly and easily (and move up the pay scale as quickly as possible!) We begin by training for the packing/labeling/stock-rotation/cleaning part of the job, and expand into other responsibilities within a month or two.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Firstly, this is a 3-4 day/week position with the possibility of a 5th day

    • 6-8 hours a day of packing while adhering to food safety standards, and labeling and sealing.

  • Additional tasks/responsibilities which fit into these 3-4 days:

    • Restocking and Stock Rotation

    • Cleaning Tea/Kitchenette area and floor of back room

    • Cleaning the Packing Area

    • Taking out the recycling and your trash from the back room and packing area

    • Making Blends

    • Deep clean of the back room (1/month)

    • General Merchandise Receiving & Allocating

    • Inventory Control/Count

These are other tasks that, in time, you will learn and may become part of your responsibilities:

  • Stock Taking all bulk herbs (1/month)

  • Placing Bulk Herb Orders (1/month)

  • Receiving Bulk Herb Order into stock and combining stock.

  • Stock taking all packing supplies and stationary

  • Preparing weekly inventory transfer

The qualifications/requirements for the job are more focused on temperament than work history:

  • Efficient, self-motivated, and self-directing

  • Enjoy repetitive tasks

  • Happy to do cleaning tasks and enjoys keeping a tidy workspace

  • Able to follow instructions and remember them

  • Able to take charge when needed

  • Eye for detail and values precision

  • Consistent

  • Trustworthy

  • Positive Attitude 

Ultimately, this job lends itself to someone who can find pleasure in repetitive tasks (podcasts/music/audiobooks allowed!) while offering a clear and accurate attention to detail!

If that sounds like you, we would love to hear from you soon!

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Caviar for Companies is the full-service catering arm for Caviar. As a Catering Captain, you will be the front line of the operation, running white-glove and drop-off catering services hands-on with our corporate clients. You will make a great Captain if you have a go-getter attitude, a desire to learn and improve, and a customer service-oriented mindset. There are no prior skills or experience required – if you have the right attitude and capability to learn, we will provide all the training you need to succeed in this role!

A bit more about this role: While hours may vary, Captains typically work 3-5 hour shifts between 8:30am-3pm (though we do also occasionally have morning/evening shifts for breakfast/dinner). You must have a passion for providing outstanding customer service, or a desire to learn more about the hospitality industry. Many Caviar clients form such a strong bond with Captains that they specifically request their favorite Captains to serve their meals.

As a Captain, your responsibilities will include:

  • Pick up pre-scheduled healthy breakfasts, lunches and dinners from restaurants and deliver them to local companies.

  • Work with a team of Catering Captains to beautifully present meals that wow our clients.

  • Provide client feedback using our proprietary app.

  • Maintain professionalism while interacting with clients and restaurant partners.

  • Complete maintenance and operational tasks as assigned by the Hub Manager.


  • Be 18 years old or older.

  • Be willing to obtain a food handler card.

  • Be available for at least two lunch shifts from Monday to Friday.

  • Have an iPhone or Android phone.

  • Have a valid driver's license and a clean driving record. (Not a requirement in NYC.)

  • Own your own vehicle. (Not a requirement in NYC.)

Want to learn more? Watch A Day in the life of a Catering Captain

Sound like an opportunity you may be interested in? Start your application below!

Please note: In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.

Caviar is an equal employment opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. We seek to employ the most qualified person in every job. All applicants for employment are required to complete and submit this Employment Application. The Company does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or related medical conditions), gender identify, gender expression, age, color, race, religion, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, physical & mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law. Applicants with disabilities may be entitled to reasonable accommodation under the terms of the Americans with Disabilities Act and certain state or local laws.

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Fève (French for “bean”) is a 4-time Good Food Award®-winning artisan chocolate company that has been a leader in confection flavor and technique innovation in San Francisco for over 12 years. We produce the highest-quality hand-made truffles, caramels and chocolate covered nuts in small batches, using the best chocolate and ingredients available, and tapping into cutting-edge technology to produce both modern and traditional confections. We focus on creating incredible textures, intense flavors, and exciting custom appearances for our customers which include some of the top hotels, specialty stores, wineries, and national grocery chains in the nation. We’re in an exciting time of growth for our company, and we are seeking long-term, committed and enthusiastic team members for growth and long term sustainability. And we love to have fun!

Operations Manager:

At Feve, our rapid growth has led to the need for a dynamic individual to support our operations management, financial accounting, record-keeping and shipping & fulfillment operations. We are growing by leaps and bounds, and this is a ground-floor opportunity to help shape our business and strategies for years to come! The ideal individual has an operations and business management/computer background with at least 3 years of work experience managing the inventory, shipping/receiving, and financial record-keeping for a small to mid-sided company, but is looking for something “extra” and unique to make the role more interesting. In our case, we are looking for an exceptional performer who can manage our company’s business operations in the absence of the CEO, as a way to demonstrate their ability to grow with Feve enroute to a more expansive potential role that could even include COO or CFO. This person will be involved in strategic activities including creation of marketing collateral and new product packaging, managing membership clubs, tracking corporate sales activity, and helping with digital marketing initiatives. The ideal candidate, in addition to the requisite operations and financial skills, is a sharp thinker, with advanced computer and accounting skills, great business sense and a strong customer and operations orientation. This person will obsess over the details, and have a very strong problem-solving personality that drives them toward success no matter how difficult the challenge.

You will work very closely with the CEO of Feve to learn and understand our current financial and record- keeping systems, IT and ERP systems, our state-of-the-art inventory management software, and our production processes and fulfillment operations. We would expect this training to take approximately 3-4 weeks, after which you will be fully responsible for their operation and success.

You must be a good communicator, and especially disciplined, detail-oriented and focused. Organizational skills are a must. This position reports to the President & CEO (and owner) of Feve. At Feve, our employees are very valuable and we strive to create a working environment that is focused

and disciplined, as well as enjoyable to work in. The salary is competitive, and this is a permanent position with expected working hours of 8:30am to 5pm Monday to Friday. However, during our busy holiday and seasonal periods, you may be required to come in earlier, stay later, or work occasional weekends to keep up with demand. We are seeking enthusiastic candidates wanting to be part of the leading, artisan chocolate-making company in San Francisco as it grows its market presence and expands rapidly. The salary per year is $45,000 to $52,000 plus bonuses. 


• Primary responsibility for the operational management of Feve’s business, including inventory management, sales orders, purchase orders, manufacturing orders, and reconciliations of same;

• Reconciles all production and work orders against actual results using the company’s state-of-the-art ERP system;

• Manages shipping and fulfillment of wholesale and eCommerce orders on a daily basis.

• Supervises ordering of inventory and raw materials, finished goods and packaging using Feve’s inventory management and control systems. Preferably has some experience using inventory control software systems and/or culinary IT systems.

• Establishes, monitors and enforces internal controls to protect company assets. Enforces compliance with accounting and billing policies and procedures.

• Assists the CEO in strategic business decisions with financial analysis and support. Assists with pricing analyses of custom projects.

• Independent problem solving skills are very important, must think like an owner, and be able to work independently without close supervision.

• Understands complex math and computer operating techniques. Positive input and ideas to achieve better results and higher productivity are welcome and expected.

• Helps create a positive work environment that is focused, progressive and enjoyable.

Required Qualifications:

• Focus, positive attitude and desire to be a key part of the senior management of a fast-growing, artisan chocolate-making company with a 12+ year history of success in San Francisco;

• Bachelors degree in accounting or finance, or at least 5 years or more experience in the financial or business management of a small company;

• Demonstrated success in leading a division or company’s financial management with a high level of proficiency;

• At least intermediate level of proficiency with Quickbooks and/or inventory management ERP systems (cloud-based or desktop);

• Extreme attention to detail, superb organizational skills, and an above-average ability to multitask;

• Clear and frequent communicator, ability to work with people of various personalities and resolve conflicts as needed;

• Must be fluent in English and able to work in the U.S. legally.


This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:

• Dependable -- more reliable than spontaneous

• Detail-oriented -- would rather focus on the details of work than the bigger picture

• High energy level -- thrives in a high-pressure environment

Additional Compensation:

• Bonuses, including performance and holiday bonuses

• Free Chocolate Allowance!

• Paid time off

• Flexible schedule, with no evening or weekend work 

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Namaste Yoga and Wellness is a local, independent, woman-owned business, serving the East Bay since 2003.  Our two Oakland locations provide over 130 yoga classes per week with workshops and continuing ed programming.  Our retail boutiques extend the experience with eco-friendly yoga wear, and sacred objects of beauty. 

Namaste is an equal opportunity employer and strives to create a creative, compassionate and joyful environment for our employees. To find out more about us, visit our web site at


The Operations Manager is an integral member of Namaste’s central business leadership team. This position is responsible for driving revenue in collaboration with the sales and marketing team, and through effective management of the sales and customer service team.  This equates to effective strategy setting, direction and oversight to the team, and setting the highest example of best practices. The Ops Manager is responsible for the overall studio experience, facility maintenance and customer service standards. This position requires a strong leader who is able to develop, train and mentor all Operations staff and elevate internal expectations and productivity. This role  requires strategizing and collaborating on big picture initiatives as well as developing clear, detailed processes, best practices and resource materials.

Reports to: Owner

Hours: Full Time

Studio shift requirements: four hours per studio per week; one weekend and one evening shift (independently) per month

Salary: Rate DOE

Benefits: Full Benefits package, full membership at Namaste, discount on clothing + merchandise


  • Collaborate with Program Manager on sales initiatives; translate into goals and action plans for the Operations staff.

  • Drive revenue through Membership, sales and promotions.

  • Supervise, train and develop sales and customer service staff.

  • Direct a positive and inclusive company culture and implement strategies for staff retention.

  • Develop customer service standards and policies; oversee implementation and coach staff on best practices.

  • Successfully resolve escalated customer service needs.

  • Initiate and refine studio systems and processes to improve efficiency and level of service.

  • Set maintenance and cleanliness expectations with studio teams and ensure all facilities are being properly cared for and maintained.

  • Oversee retail operations and merchandising

  • Oversee response to all inbound membership and customer service inquiries via company inboxes

  • Learn and maintain a strong working knowledge of our software system; assist students and other staff with troubleshooting.

  • Represent a wealth of knowledge regarding Namaste’s programs and offerings, supporting other staff members as they serve as the information hub for student inquiries.

  • Collaborate with central business leadership team to refine initiatives and steer decisions that thoughtfully consider studio operations.

  • Utilize system reports to analyze trends, identify opportunities and set sales goals for studio teams.

  • Organize and lead roll out plans for all initiatives and special promotions.


  • Minimum 3-5 years experience in a leadership/supervisory role in operations.

  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills.

  • Advanced analytical and problem solving skills.

  • Highly organized and able to adapt quickly to changing priorities.

  • Ability to effectively plan and execute strategies.

  • Effective prioritizing and time management skills.

  • Commitment to exemplifying the highest integrity and professional business standards.

  • Familiar with Namaste studios and key offerings.

  • Strong computer and administrative skills.  Previous experience with MBO a plus.

  • Minimum one year commitment.


Email your resume and cover letter to screening of applicants will be based on the quality, breadth and relevancy of submissions. We will only contact candidates that we wish to schedule an interview with. No phone calls please.Namaste provides equal employment opportunities. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce and encourage individuals to apply regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, military status or disability.

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As Kneaded Bakery is a woman-founded and operated artisan bread bakery specializing in sourdough loaves, French baguettes, challah, and noshes. We are seeking an outgoing, reliable Brand and Operations Associate to help with marketing, sales and operations growth.

Applicants must have a demonstrated interest in marketing, sales, business, and/or bread! The role will be fast-paced, full of a variety of tasks and interactions with our all As Kneaded Bakery staff, vendors, and customers. It is a great role for someone eager to get hands-on experience with running and growing a small business in the food industry. The position is full time, and is based in San Leandro. This is a salaried role, pay commensurate with experience.

Your core responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

Events — approx. 8-12 hours weekly: schedule and execute in-store sampling events, help with pop-ups and other special events (at locations around the Bay Area), occasionally work retail, farmers' market, or delivery.

Marketing — approx. 8-10 hours weekly: may include content creation for marketing channels, update and monitor marketing channels, help with writing projects, research how to optimize sales and grow a positive customer base.

Administration — approx. 6-8 hours weekly: clerical work, data entry, research projects, errands, and daily operational needs of business.

Must be able to:

Communicate well, including by text and email

Be able to channel your creativity while also staying focused on details and execution

Deliver friendly, knowledgeable customer service

Manage our products and all sales transactions responsibly

Possess a sense of urgency and ability to work quickly

Utilize strong time management and organizational skills

Work weekends and early mornings

Maintain a prompt, reliable schedule

Drive safely

Must have:

A valid driver's license, clean driving record and reliable mode of transportation (company vehicle will be provided when available)

Ability to safely lift 20 lbs and maneuver bread racks and farmers’ market tent/tables

Basic math skills

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stok is seeking an Operations Coordinator to join our Operations Team! This role has been designed to gain exposure to many facets of the business including Strategy, Process Improvement, Technology, and People Operations. This role will evolve and change over time, and the ideal candidate is passionate about supporting the dynamic operational functions of stok with an all-hands-on-deck mentality.


  • Craft innovative ideas and have a say in how the company they work for operates. stok believes that power and money do not belong in the same sentence and has built self-management and distributive governance into our organizational structure so that every Team Member has a platform to share input on policies and procedures.

  • Strive for a better way to do business and create positive impact through their work. stok believes in business as a force for good and is a certified B Corp, which demonstrates our commitment to maximizing social and environmental impacts, in addition to profit.

  • Give back in a meaningful way. stok gives 2% of all proceeds to the causes we believe in and supports local vendors and fellow B Corps wherever possible.

  • Advocate for a level playing field. stok cares about our people and has intentionally baked social justice into our operating practices, which we hold ourselves accountable to through our International Living Future Institute JUST Label. The world needs companies like stok now more than ever. And stok needs you!



  • Work collaboratively with the Operations Team to assist with a wide range of operational, administrative, and business-driven responsibilities

  • Proactively manage the company Master Schedule to ensure deadlines are met

  • Create and manage task assignments for the successful and timely execution of deliverables

  • Take and distribute meeting minutes

  • Facilitate the communication of company initiatives through production of quarterly reports, presentations, and other company-wide correspondence

  • Coordinate and execute planning of annual company retreat and bi-annual Partner retreats

  • Assist with company-wide software deployment, management and troubleshooting, including Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Professional Services Automation (PSA), and SharePoint

  • Manage external facing email inboxes, respond to inquiries in timely manner HQ OFFICE OPERATIONS (35%)

  • Act as primary connection point for San Francisco office management, including answering the main phone line and door, depositing checks, sending and retrieving mail

  • Plan and execute company-wide events, including volunteer opportunities, birthdays, and team-building events

  • Manage coordination of facilities (repairs, cleaning personnel, room reservations, etc.)

  • Order office supplies and groceries – we take our snacks very seriously!

  • Coordinate food orders for office-wide events

  • Maintain office organization and cleanliness

  • Propose and execute improvements to office design PEOPLE OPERATIONS (15%)

  • Partner with the Culture Team on a variety of tasks, including but not limited to:

  • New hire onboarding

  • Engagement surveys

  • Internship program

  • Learning & Development

  • Assist with Recruiting life-cycle efforts including resume management, phone screens, interview coordination, and process improvement within our ATS (Applicant Tracking System)

  • Manage upkeep of Team Member data in HRIS (HR Information System) QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor's degree in Business, Communications, or a related field

  • 2+ years' experience in a professional business environment

  • Advanced task and time management abilities

  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to manage sensitive and confidential financial or personal information

  • Experience with Microsoft Office products, including Outlook, Teams, SharePoint, Planner, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

  • Thrives in a dynamic, self-starter environment with an eagerness to gain exposure to multiple organizational disciplines HOW WE SUPPORT YOU

At stok, we want you to bring your whole self to work, which is why we have created a total rewards package which allows you to do just that.

Family is important. You can't be your best self without knowing that your family is getting what they need to thrive, which is why stok offers its Team Members:

  • 100% paid medical, dental, and vision benefits for every Team Member. We also provide 100% paid medical coverage for your dependents.

  • Paid parental leave, so you can focus on your family during one of the most important times in your life.

  • Life and AD&D insurance, because we all like to get out there and have fun, but sometimes accidents happen, and you still need to provide for your family.

  • Dog-friendly office, so your furry family members don't have to stay at home alone. Autonomy is structured into stok's culture by design. You want to work at stok because you are passionate about boldly catalyzing an environmentally restorative and socially equitable world, and you value self-management practices for how you show up for your role. That's why we offer:

  • Flexible work schedules. Work + Life integration sometimes means you need a day to work in your PJs from home.

  • Flexible personal time off. We are all fellow travelers and know taking time for ourselves is healthy and fosters growth. We trust you to ensure expectations for your role are met, so take time off when you need it. Social and Environmental Justice are critical to our mission, so we bake them into everything we do.

  • The world's first fossil fuel-free and gun-free 401(k) plan so you can invest in a future you believe in.

  • 32 hours of paid volunteer time each year to give you time to give back to your community and the causes that matter most to you! BONUS BENEFITS

  • Transparent, objective, merit-based compensation and profit distribution policies

  • $750 annual professional development stipend

  • Pre-tax commuter benefits

  • On-site gym

  • Cell phone reimbursement

  • Personal company credit card

  • The ultimate fridge dream combo: sparkling water + beer

  • Lifetime supply of hot sauces from our travels around the world

  • Net Zero Energy and LEED v4 Platinum office (HQ San Francisco)


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Our Operations Associates are the heart of our member experience. You’re the do-ers and the first face people see. Members rely on you for a wide range of things from hot coffee in the morning to a high-five when they close their biggest deal. You ensure a smooth operation for them by moving quickly and effortlessly around the office, popping in and out of the storage room for supplies, and making everyone’s day brighter and more productive. You can hold your own when the Community Manager is out of the office because you’re a teammate that understands the members more than anyone else and can handle the day to day business of the space. You’re looking for a role where you can develop your professional skills, dip your toe into sales and marketing and a chance to flex your creative muscles. You’re excited to put on themed events that energize your members. You take the extra time to print signage and build magnificent displays because you know the magic is in the details. You’re proactive and take ownership over managing inventory and ordering your location’s supplies. You love to work with your hands and see the physical results. Your thoughtful conversation and care will strengthen bonds between members in our community. You love to jump in and help.

Industrious helps companies of all sizes find their office home so that they can do their best work. Our team is rewriting the book on productivity by creating a new workplace experience.   We are Industrious. We’re building a team of considerate collaborators who don’t think inside the box. In fact, we don’t even see one. Come join us. You’re a great fit for this role if:  

  • No member request is too big or too small for you to handle. You find yourself smiling when restocking the fridge  and fixing the printer

  • You’re energized by meeting people and work well in a team because you like supporting and assisting to help a larger plan come together

  • You can create order out of chaos and are always planning ahead. You come up with solutions before anyone knows there is a problem

  • You’re resilient. You know the value of having a routine, but you’re ready for the bumps too

  • You’re willing to get your hands dirty and realize the behind the scenes work is not always glamorous

  • You always look to improve and make things more efficient because staying busy is your happy speed

Industrious in the News:  

We kindly request that you do not call Industrious locations for employment inquiries. Industrious is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, family or medical care leave, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, protected veteran status, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations and ordinances. Industrious believes that diversity is critical to our success in delivering great workplace experiences and is committed to creating an inclusive, mutually respectful environment which celebrates diversity of our people. We seek to hire on the basis of merit, competence, performance, and business needs.  

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Form Boxing is seeking a qualified and enthusiastic Studio Manager that is keen on driving sales and service excellence within our San Francisco location. As a Studio Manager, you are capable of wearing several hats as the lead for studio marketing, sales, operations and client experience. This critical position must have an understanding of the business functions of a boutique fitness studio and the ability to effectively lead team members of the Form Family.


• Generate new partnerships and maintain all interpersonal relationships with key studio partners

• Lead and train Front of House Coordinators to ensure consistency and quality of the Form experience

• Monitor CRM system for accurate reporting

• Track inventory of merchandise and supplies on a consistent basis to ensure studio is fully prepared to fulfill services each day

• Provide top notch customer service and hospitality to clients through various channels

• Communicate effectively with management team on business matters to maintain the integrity and mission of the brand in all aspects of daily tasks and projects

• Oversee studio repairs and maintain professional relationship with studio vendors to ensure the studio is clean, presentable, and on brand at all times

• Plan and promote monthly events in partnership with Form partners and resources

• Work to uphold Form Boxing community and culture standards, and live the company mission, vision, and values daily


• Minimum of 1-year experience in a team leader or supervisory position

• Experience in fitness, sports, and/or health is preferred

• Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills

• Ability to lead and manage staff effectively to maintain a positive, organized, successful and inspiring work environment

• Experience with events and activations is preferred

• Ability to multi-task and prioritize time and projects effectively

• Must have the ability to work a non-traditional schedule and be available to respond to any situations that may arise in a timely manner

• 25-35 hour weekly time commitment


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An exciting career opportunity for Assistant Nurse Manager of Perioperative Services is now available with a renowned non profit Medical Center in beautiful, warm and coastal Northern California. If you can picture yourself living and working in a scenic location surrounded by waterfront destinations, mountain retreats and national parks, this could the perfect opportunity for you!

For over a century, the hospital health system has been a hallmark of excellence in providing healthcare for the community. In a research study conducted by the National Research Corp., the healthcare system is consistently named the area's best hospital, with the best doctors, nurses and overall care in many specialties. It has grown to become the largest non-profit health provider in the Greater San Francisco Bay  area with 11,000 employees, more than 2,800 physicians and 1,700 volunteers.

The Assistant Nurse Manager of Operating Room OR will work with a hospital that takes pride in thriving as a community hospital which offers the "high-tech" advantages of a big-city hospital and the personalized care of a hometown provider.

Under the direction of the Nursing Director of the Perioperative Services and the Nurse Manager of PACU, the Assistant Nurse Manager of Perioperative Support Services will be responsible to provide, delegate, and coordinate nursing care provided for the Perioperative department that is guided by the mission of the hospital.

The Surgical Services Assistant Nurse Manager will provide supervisory direction for the development and evaluation of all nursing personnel while maintaining operational aspects of the patient care unit in collaboration with support services. The Operating Room Assistant Nurse Manager will contribute to nursing and the hospital through support of philosophy and objectives, educational and evidence based practice efforts.

The Surgery Assistant Nurse Manager will be accountable to assure that HCAHPS, patient, employee, and physician satisfaction scores are in high ranges. The Operating Room Assistant Nurse Manager will be accountable as a front-line supervisor for assuring all nursing staff are following the National Patient Safety Goals, Core Measure Initiatives and practice standards.

The Perioperative Assistant Nurse Manager will be part of a team that embraces shared governance model and operations, encourages each others to participate for a common goal for performance improvement. The Operating Room Assistant Nurse Manager will also receive excellent salary with comprehensive benefits package. Apply now!

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A fantastic career opportunity for Nurse Manager of Operating Room Perioperative Services is now available with a prestigious hospital that has been voted the best place to work in the East Bay of San Francisco in Northern California!

The Nurse Manager of Operating Room Surgical Services will work alongside some of the most skilled and dedicated professionals in health care. You also work in one of the most desirable areas in the country, in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area and at the leading edge of medicine.

The Nurse Manager of Operating Room Perioperative Services will join a reputable Medical Center that is not only committed to being the best place to receive care, but also to being the best place to grow your career.  Since the founding more than 100 years ago, the hospital has grown into the Northern California's largest, most comprehensive medical system.

The Surgical Services Operating Room Nurse Manager will be accountable for the overall management and leadership of Neuro and Spine and Cardiovascular Surgery department. The Nurse Manager of Operating Room Perioperative Services will be responsible for all clinical and operational activities in accordance with the Medical Center's mission, vision, and values.

The Nurse Manager of Operating Room Surgical Services will ensure the provision of patient care 24 hours a day while assuring compliance with department standards by assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating the delivery of patient care. The Operating Room Perioperative Services Nurse Manager will conduct rounds to assess appropriate patient assignments, evaluate patient care and patient/family satisfaction.

The Surgery Services Nurse Manager will assume the role of patient advocate to clarify and evaluate ethical and/or legal issues, and support cultural practice. The Nurse Manager of Operating Room Surgical Services will also coordinate daily operations in order to meet departmental and hospital financial goals.

When you join this non profit Medical Center, you will be part of healthcare professionals who are proud to foster a vibrant, supportive work environment, with individualized orientation, continuing education and ongoing opportunities for professional advancement. The hospital will also reward their people with generous compensation and benefits. Join now!

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Job Description

Hi, I am the CEO and founder of the company. We are a B2C online health supplement company serving older men and women. We’ve reached a stage in our growth where operational issues are taking me away from critical growth activities needed to get the company to the next level. I’m ready for a pro operations person to come in and work side-by-side with me so we can reach our ambitious growth goals.

You would be a talented second-in-command who knows B2C e-commerce, has growth experience and is ready to help us get from $12M in 2019 to $30M, $50M and eventually $100M annual revenue (and beyond) over the next 4-5 years.


Required Experience:

  • At least 4-5 years operational experience working in operations as either a COO, VP of Ops, Ops Manager or second-in-command

  • Experience in an operations role with a B2C e-commerce company that grew 7 figures or less to mid-high 8 figures

  • Operational knowledge of an e-commerce business, including tech, marketing and finance


  • Experience working side-by-side with a CEO


Bonus Experience:

  • Experience in the health supplement market

  • Experience with direct response marketing

  • Experience with digital advertising of B2C products



Location: The position is remote. Prefer US / Canada based applicants.

Salary: $175-250K+ with opportunity for fast growth, bonuses, revenue share and/or shares in ownership

Hours: Full time. 9AM - 5PM Eastern, Semi-Flexible



1. What is your current position and why have you left / are leaving it?

2. Do you have B2C, direct-to-consumer, e-commerce experience as an operations person?

3. Have you helped an e-commerce company grow in an operations role? If so, what was the growth (from $X - Y) and what was your exact position?

Please keep a copy of your answers ready for the second round of the interview process

Questions For Initial Stage of Application:

Please keep a copy of your responses to these questions in a document as we will request the answers again if you reach the next stage of the interview.

Next Steps:

Upon getting your application, I will review it and I will send you a pre-written response with some additional information about the company, our goals and, possibly, some additional questions to clarify your answers in your initial email.

The next stage after this will be a live video conference call on Zoom or Skype.

Company Description

Fast growing health and wellness company selling online directly to consumers.

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An exciting leadership opportunity is now available with a reputable short term acute care hospital in the San Francisco Bay Area for an Operating Room Nurse Manager RN. 

This 200+ bed facility offers a range of surgical services to the community it serves. Some of the specialty procedures include: Orthopedics, OBGYN, ENT, Cardiovascular and General Surgeries. 

The Operating Room Nurse Manager RN will be responsible for managing the operations of the OR. They will work to ensure that policies and procedures are being followed and develop new department goals and objectives. The Surgical Services Nurse Manager will be in charge of the supervision of 50+ employees within the department as well as education and training. They should also provide leadership to nurses within the perioperative service line and uphold the values of the organization as a whole. 

Supported by the OR Charge Nurse, the Operating Room Nurse Manager RN will report directly to the Director of Perioperative Services and the Administrative Director of Surgical Services. The Surgery Nurse Manager will also collaborate with Board-Certified Surgeons, Anesthesiologists and Technologists alike with the goal of providing the highest quality of care using the latest technological advancements. 

This region of California is perfect for those who love sunny skies nearly all year long! With great school systems nearby, this location is perfect for families to settle into a tight-knit community. It is also within commutable distance to both beaches, wine country as well as the larger metropolitan city.

The healthcare organization is prepared to offer the Operating Room OR Nurse Manager a highly competitive salary in addition to an array of benefits including: medical, dental, and vision. A sign-on and relocation package will be available as well.

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Position Summary
The Associate Director of Medical Operations and Project Management will be working directly with Senior Director of Medical Affairs Planning and Operations to project manage across Medical Affairs (MA) functions. Responsibilities include creating and improving MA operational processes and efficiency, developing and implementing strategic publications plan with other scientific communications team members and subject matter experts, designing and delivering advanced quantitative data analyses to support the various aspects of clinical development, disseminating key scientific data into different formats for internal and external key stakeholders, and managing and executing other MA activities.

This role requires advanced technical skills, publications management experience, experience working with clinical datasets (EMR, clinical trial data, data cleaning and building analysis models of open-label study data, etc.), and demonstrated ability to derive actionable insights from quantitative data analyses. This role also requires outstanding project management capabilities and excellent communication skills, both written and verbal with strong attention to quality control.

  • Drive project management across MA functions including Publications, KOL Engagement, Ad Boards, Congresses, Medical and Patient Education
  • Facilitate all elements of publications activities under their auspices, including coordination of internal, collaborator and author stakeholders, including facilitation of meetings with cross-team functions and potential external partners, as appropriate
  • Maintain timelines and accelerated milestones to ensure timely delivery and submission of publication material to scientific congresses and/or journals
  • Ensure all publication activities adhere to Allakos' SOPs (which includes ICMJE and GPP3), which includes filing, archiving, and timely communications and follow-up with all key stakeholders
  • Provide updates of scientific publication activities on a regular basis and/or as directed, including provision or presentation of updates in PowerPoint, word, or other formats
  • Partner with Clinical and Analytics teams to produce end-to-end data releases and plan for analysis and dissemination of data, managing data communications and prioritize areas of further analysis
  • Liaise and facilitate interactions and provide direction and guidance to publication and medical education vendors supporting the team; act as the point person for interacting with the selected vendor (typically on a weekly basis)
  • Support other duties as assigned
  • Bachelor's degree in operations research, engineering, statistics, operations management, bioinformatics, computer science, math, business, or life sciences or equivalent field. Masters or PhD/PharmD preferred
  • A minimum of 3-5 years of experience in management consulting, publication management and dissemination, data analytics or similar roles in biotechnology / pharmaceutical / consulting industry
  • Proven strategic and analytical background, and the ability to simplify complex data analyses findings and insights to internal stakeholders and external subject matter experts through compelling communication and presentation skills
  • Good understanding of the publication authoring process by internal subject matter experts and using external vendors is required
  • Knowledge of ICMJE and GPP3 guidelines for preparing publication documents and knowledge of regulatory guidelines for document preparation are essential
  • Proven track record of timely completion of publication documents
  • Proficiency with PowerPoint, Words, Excel, and related programs; experience creating data visualizations with embedded PPT data charts is preferred
  • Experience with advanced database manipulation and analysis tools (Excel pivot tables, LOOKUP, SUMIF, COUNTIF functions, etc) and/or statistical programs (GraphPAD, SAS, R, MATLAB, etc.) is preferred
  • Demonstration of successful execution in a fast-paced environment managing multiple priorities effectively
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Team player with strong interpersonal, collaboration and verbal/written communication skills

This position is located in Redwood City, CA and requires occasional travel.

The salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications. Interested applicants please send resume to and reference Job #1020

Allakos is an equal opportunity employer. Allakos will consider all qualified applicants for employment without discrimination on grounds of disability, sex or sexual orientation, pregnancy or maternity leave status, race or national or ethnic origin, age, religion or belief, gender identity or re-assignment, marital or civil partnership status, protected veteran status (if applicable) or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Our client, Pilatus Capital, seeks an exceptional Senior Manager of Fund and Investment Operations to assist the Fund Managers with duties that include the day-to-day fund management activities, the oversight of the investment process including due diligence and deal negotiations, as well as the ongoing nurturing, guidance, and monitoring of the portfolio companies. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE Operations Duties/essential functions include working with the Fund Managers and assisting our small but quickly growing team with the: execution of special projects including inception of the fund funding round evaluation and negotiations evaluation of potential portfolio company investments management of the due diligence processes with potential portfolio companies preparation of business plans and tactics for portfolio companies including: o Companystructure o Fundingrequirements o Businessplans schedule and run regular progress report meetings with Fund Managers and portfolio companies. assist in the marketing efforts of Pilatus Capital with potential Limited Partners execution of administrative tasks related to fund management and portfolio company investments. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND COMPETENCIES Ability to support the fund’s inception process with end-to-end administration Ability to foster deep trust-based professional relationship with colleagues, entrepreneurs, and potential investors. Ability to understand technology at a conceptual level and acquire technical jargon overtime. Great Project Management skills. Ability to read, understand investments documents and company documents of legal nature. Eventually expected to become able with experience to draft basic contractual language including term-sheets and basic contracts. Inherently a creative thinker with good analytical abilities. Strong understanding of Finance and Accounting concepts. Ability to prepare and manage budgets, prepare cash flow statements, and prepare financial analysis. Ability to co-lead conference calls and meetings. Bring or have innate potential to develop negotiations skills. Proficient in Microsoft Excel. Ability to understand and analyze financial statements. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Close familiarity of business and financial terms and concepts including finance, accounting, marketing, legal, lp, etc. Must be a team player who is willing to pitch in and help where possible, as well as learn new skills when necessary. Detail oriented in their work and personal presentation. Versatile candidates with a nature of optimism and enthusiasm will be favored. EDUCATION Undergraduate degree is required, which may focus in Business, Finance/Accounting, Engineering, or Law. A graduate degree in Business or Law is preferred, especially if the candidate also has a relevant undergraduate degree. EXPERIENCE Eligible candidates must possess at least one of the following: Minimum of 2 years’ work experience in a Venture Capital or Private Equity Fund, preferably in a partner and/or transaction support role with significant exposure to legal, financial, commercial, and IP related issues. Minimum of 3 years’ work experience in an Investment Bank with significant exposure to the inner workings of small startup-like transactions including legal, financial, commercial, and IP aspects. Minimum of 3 years’ work experience in a multi-faceted Corporate Development or Project Management role within a fast growth startup and/or accelerator with significant exposure to capital contributions, corporate structure, management team hiring, and commercialization efforts. Experience will be deemed more valuable in high technology areas including Green tech, Bio tech, Retail tech, or other non "software centric-only" technologies. Minimum of 3 years’ work experience in a Consulting Firm in a role dealing specifically with fast growth startups. Role must be focused on growth and operational efforts of startups including capital contributions, corporate structure, management team hiring, IP protection, and commercialization efforts. LOCATION AND TRAVEL Emeryville, CA. Will consider tele-commuting on a 2-days per week basis after 120 days. Ability and willingness to travel 10% of workdays sometimes on short notice. Some US travel may be required, thus a Real ID or valid Passport is required. SALARY RANGE A market-drive comp package includes a generous base and bonus, plus 5% matching 401K Medical, dental and vision benefits are provided NOTE: The above description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work to be performed and not construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for the position. HOW TO APPLY OR ARRANGE AN EXPLORATORY CONVERSATION... If you meet the criteria described in this announcement and desire further information, please forward a resume or inquiry in confidence to Stacy Holland at: Please put “ Senior Manager of Fund and Investment Operations Role in Confidence ” in the subject line of your e-mail.

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Duties and Responsibilities·

  • Oversees the management of installation, field operations, service work, crane service, the warehouse, and all vehicles. Holds overall responsibility for the Install Staff.

  • ·Resource allocation: schedule jobs, work orders, field surveys geographically

  • ·Ensure installs are done correctly.

  • ·Check crews out at 5:00am, go over the orders with each lead installer, make sure that they understand the scope of work and have all necessary product and hardware needed to complete the tasks.

  • ·Create the schedule for all install and service work every Thursday after the Production Meeting. Ensure the Install Administrator updates the board.

  • ·Check all jobs against the next days and estimates to ensure they are within hours.

  • ·Check crews in at the end of the workday. Go over time cards with them. Update the service card file. Update Board. If crews are late, brief Install Dispatcher.

  • ·Receive calls from the install crews and help with problems.

  • ·Attend pre-sales meetings as required.

  • ·Coordinate with the Production Manager on loads for signs.

  • ·Attend AVE (actual vs estimate) meetings. Analyze results to improve installation.

  • ·Work with personnel on training and enhancing skills:

  • Train/hat leads to fully run jobs

  • Run Apprenticeship Program

  • Assign and train field leads on training evaluation sheets

  • Interact with field leads on trainees’ progress and update the training board in Dispatch

  • Battleplan individual training program for staff, manage awards and annual performance reviews

  • Go out into the field to train installers in various sign installation techniques.

  • Attend Thursday morning Production Meetings to be aware of upcoming jobs and deadlines. List all for schedule.

  • Check time cards daily to ensure they are filled out correctly and those nonexempt employees are taking required rest breaks and meal periods.

  • Run weekly safety training meetings. Overall responsibility for safety on the job.

  • Run Dispatch Muster at 8:30am every day.

  • Check all completed projects for Arrow quality via photos and interviews including admin and completion slips. Manage all punch-list items as necessary.

  • Review and approve all purchases for his departments.

  • Draft Next Days for all jobs.

  • Stage materials for jobs. Ensure any special equipment gets ordered.

  • Other duties as assigned.


  • At least 5 years in a construction industry

  • Sign experience a huge plus

  • Must be able to lead and motivate a team

  • Strong organizational skills


Company Description

Since 1952, Arrow Sign Company has manufactured quality electric and architectural signs. From initial design concepts to detailed plans, fabrication, installation and maintenance, our full service sign company has created some of the nation's most exciting displays. Throughout our sixty year tenure, we have expanded our services from basic commercial signage to developing a comprehensive identity solution for our clients. Our products range from interior signage, wayfinding programs, rebranding, decorative lighting, electronic displays, architectural metal work to all aspects of custom sign manufacturing. Our unique experience gives us the ability to solve the challenges our customers face on complex projects. Our capabilities can be summed up in a phrase coined in our early years by our Production Manager, "If you can draw it, we can build it."

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At US Metro, we are looking for a driven and capable leader that wants to take advantage of the opportunity to own the accounts they are responsible for and the relationships that come with them. We have a one of a kind opportunity to grow here at US Metro, and we are looking for someone likeminded that can help drive this growth. The total compensation for this position is $60k $65k including commission. Experience Required: At least 7 years of experience managing janitorial accounts. Experience recruiting and training their own crews. Proven experience managing scheduling of multiple accounts. Knowledge of green methods, practices, tools and equipment of the janitorial cleaning industry. Excellent leadership and communication skills. Near fluency in Spanish and English Essential Duties: Manage client accounts to make sure that all cleaning and service obligations are met. Responsible for those client facilities and personnel under their supervision to ensure that the Company is providing professional and quality service. Ensure compliance with all safety, quality, and compliance standards. Communicate effectively with employees and clients to ensure fulfillment of performance and quality requirements. Maintain positive relationship with client representatives. Control cost to ensure profitability. Responsible for the oversight of the recruiting and training of all employees under their supervision. We are looking for candidates that already have an extensive network of people that they can count on to work in the field. Monitor compliance with contractual and regulatory requirements in area of responsibility. Comply with all safety, security, compliance and quality standards and procedures established by the Company, Clients, and regulatory authorities.

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Job Description

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About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm

How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".

We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.

About the Position

You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.

Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.

Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.

It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.

More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.

  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.

  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.

When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.

As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


Duties and responsibilities

  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skill set, share your skill set and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)

  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


Collaborating within a distributed workforce

This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.

Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.

You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.

To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at



Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


How to Apply

We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at

Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.

Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit

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The Role SENREVE is looking for a Manager of People Operations who will play an important role in supporting our team and culture as we drive significant brand growth. This is a unique opportunity for a talented leader with diverse HR experience to make a positive impact and grow their career with SENREVE. This role will support brand goals and objectives by driving an engaged culture that is focused on elevating and developing existing talent, optimizing operational capabilities and attracting new talent to support brand growth. The role will lead the establishment of, and compliance with, people systems and processes for the organization and will work with leaders across the organization to define the employee experience at SENREVE. This person must have an authentic and genuine leadership style with a hands-on, action-oriented approach as they will be charged with charting the course of effective engagement and people strategies that support the performance and growth at SENREVE. What You’ll Do · Guide the overall People function including day-to-day HR activities, consulting and advising on policy and procedure, staffing, payroll, compensation, employee relations, and development, as well as organizational and change management · Serve as a strategic business partner in driving the business as it relates to our people, brand culture and organizational effectiveness · Build, develop, and maintain strong collaborative working relationships with leaders and employees across all functions · Proactively assess business needs for People services and develop strategies to meet those needs, including automation to improve efficiency, employee training and development and tools to develop a high performing organization · Address and help resolve employee relation issues and other immediate issues to minimize risk and build a healthy and productive culture · Ensure alignment between individual and organization goals and objectives · Sponsor and lead company initiatives that support the overall brand strategy · Coach employees and leaders on career development, goal setting, performance improvement, and people management · Partner with leadership team on talent assessment, organizational design, and learning and development initiatives · Develop a strategy to promote employment branding and a well-defined employee journey · Create and oversee a comprehensive onboarding process for all new hires · Engage consultants to fill gaps where necessary to execute goals outlined in the People strategy Skills & Qualifications · Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of relevant experience · 2-3 years of People Generalist and/or HR administrative experience · Experience practicing HR in a multi-location environment (global experience a plus) · Desire to grow a career focused on people · Experience in handling a variety of employee relations or generalist issues · Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written · HRIS and ATS experience a plus · Experience with a retail and/or apparel company preferred · Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic environment · Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint

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Job Description

Clinic Operations Manager

Our clinic is expanding!

Full-time with excellent benefit package.


Davis Street Community Center helps low-income families of San Leandro and surrounding communities by providing a comprehensive services that assist clients with their financial, physical, and mental well-being. Davis Street programs include a Primary Care Clinic providing medical, dental and behavioral health services; food and clothing; subsidized child care; housing and utility assistance and referrals; four childcare centers; and programs for individuals with development disabilities.


The Clinic Operations Manager supports the delivery of quality patient care in the FQHC and ensure effective and efficient workflow of patient care services. Manages operations to ensure compliance with grants and clinic requirements and maintenance of effective electronic health records and practice management.


· In collaboration with the Clinical Leadership Team, promote optimal clinic flow and development and implementation of clinic procedures.

· Knowledge of HRSA elements and ensure compliance with HRSA requirements.

· Develop and implement updated procedures for reception, clerical staff and referrals: directly supervise patient enrollment specialists, referral coordinator, and other administrative staff, serve as communication hub of team and track and promote team performance.

· Monitor and oversee training of clinic staff on collection, maintenance, retention, use and disclosure of protected health information in adherence with HIPAA privacy and compliance regulations.

· Interface with information technology support resources to ensure optional functioning of technology, including servers, network, hardware, software, telephone system, facsimiles and security system.

· Assist with Provider credentialing and enrollment activities; track, request and follow-up required documents to ensure timely submissions.

· Direct and approve ordering, inventory and disposal of clinic supplies, maintenance and calibration of medical equipment, ordering of supplies and equipment and proper laboratory procedures.

· Direct maintenance and upkeep of clinic facilities, including managing/assigning responsibilities for waste removal, cleaning, repairs, etc.

· Provide adequate information and collaborate with Finance on timely and accurate reporting.

· Establish goals and objectives in collaboration with the Davis Street leadership team; develop and implement clinic team work plans; assign work activities; monitor work flow; review and evaluate work products, methods and procedures; prioritize and assign work; and communicate regularly with leadership team members.

· Coordinate meetings with Medical, Dental and Behavioral Health personnel.

· Work diplomatically and collaboratively across the organization to advance critical initiatives.

· Diffuse difficult situations and assist clients and colleagues in a fair and equitable manner.

· Attends meetings as necessary, and assist with increasing awareness and promoting Davis Street Primary Care Clinic through local and community events.

· May direct the activities of others.

· Other duties as assigned.


  • Degree in a medical science, health or business administration preferred

  • 3 years managing health care or clinical operations.

  • Experience working in a FQHC

  • Proven ability to interact with clinicians and build constructive, trusting and respectful relationships with all level of clinical staff and outside the clinic.

  • Exceptional leadership and communication skills; strong ability to develop written correspondences and interact with individuals at every level of the organization.

  • Superior organizational skills, be detailed oriented with an incredible talent to follow through on assignments in a timely manner ensuring deadlines are met.

  • Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills and manage the needs of staff and patients alike and deploy the necessary resources to meet those needs.

  • Strong general office, computer and database skills; proficiency in Microsoft Office and EHR.

  • Able to manage projects independently and take the lead with little direct supervision.

  • Ability to work with culturally diverse populations and varied socio-economic levels.

  • Flexible disposition with ability to perform a variety of tasks with frequent interruptions; be poised under stress and willing to change priorities without advance notice.

Company Description

Davis Street Community Center helps low-income families of San Leandro and surrounding communities by providing a comprehensive services that assist clients with their financial, physical, and mental well-being. Davis Street programs include a Primary Care Clinic providing medical, dental and behavioral health services; food and clothing; subsidized child care; housing and utility assistance and referrals; five childcare centers; and programs for individuals with development disabilities.

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Job Description

 This is a one year contract with benefits offered.

The general purpose of the Senior Field Operations Manager (SFOM) role is to provide strategic and tactical sales support to the Sales Team. As such, this role plays an integral part in the successful promotion of our  cancer portfolio, The SFOM reports to the lead for Field Sales Operations and works closely with the NSD and sales management and cross functionally with Marketing, FAO, MA&S, MCCO and other partners/stakeholders to help determine, align and oversee implementation of the required resources in the field to support the franchise and its field organization in meeting or exceeding their assigned goals and targets.

Key field support activities can include: regular / ad hoc sales analyses to assess our business, performance and identify national / sub-national opportunities, competitive analysis, customer target identification and segmentation, field territory alignment, field workforce analysis & sizing, field workforce technologies and other tools/resources, field workforce product knowledge and other training etc. Incumbents in the Senior Manager, Field Sales Operations role, as all other employees, are fully accountable for compliance with all laws, regulations and policies that govern the conduct of activities.


Demonstrated competencies in strategic agility, technical/business expertise, teamwork/collaboration, communication and innovation are critical for this role.   

Key Accountabilities

Incumbents in the Senior Manager, Field Sales Operations role are generally expected to:

  • Ensure expectations, targets, goals and/or other objectives are met or exceeded across his/her areas of responsibility

  • Act, and is accountable for others in his/her team acting, in complete & total compliance with all laws, regulations and policies

  • Provide proactive, high quality and timely support to the franchise; helping to ensure we are in a position to either meet or exceed assigned financial & other goals/results

  • Partner with FAO, the sales leadership and the field IC team to develop and implement motivating incentive compensation plans and sales contests.

  • Partner with various cross-functional teams and lead through influence in order to represent the sales team and their needs in key projects and decisions.

  • Support communications to the field sales team; including performance, incentive compensation, sales data and insights and meeting planning/ coordination.

  • Ensure the appropriate resources (people and other) are developed, implemented & maintained within his/her team, as well as for the assigned franchise field workforce; enabling the team to meet or exceed assigned goals & targets in support of the assigned franchise and its field workforce.

  • Support data needs for the sales team, ensuring coordinated communications, sharing of insights and responding to questions and inquiries.

  • Lead cross-functional teams of varying scope and complexity to deliver on the needs of the franchise and sales organization.

  • Utilize only approved resources and messages to meet goals and targets.

  • Where assigned, develop his/her team members.

  • Participate as and when needed in helping develop the general business and operations pertinent to the assigned franchise or unit - working in cross-functional or other project teams and/or supporting peer organizations in helping them to excel.

  • Periodically spend days in the field to better understand team needs and deliver value.

  • Business travel, by air or car, is regularly required



  • Bachelors Degree

  • MBA or other related graduate-level degree is preferred

  • Average of 5 or more years' work experience

  • Previous sales and/or sales management experience in the pharmaceutical, biotech, or related industry is preferred

  • Previous marketing experience or analytical support functions (e.g., market planning, market analysis, operations and information management) is preferred

  • Previous experience in completing and implementing geographic and/or account business plans is preferred

  • Previous experience in meeting or exceeding assigned financial or other qualitative targets, goals, objectives and/or other metrics


  • Bachelors Degree

  • MBA or other related graduate-level degree is preferred

Company Description

The Compass Group is a management consulting and search firm comprised of seasoned industry executives who care deeply about helping our clients meet their goals. We ensure our business partners not only have a sound strategy, but one where their teams can execute in the real world. Serving the biotech, pharmaceutical and medical products industries, Compass focuses in two critical arenas: Strategic Consulting & Staffing and Search.

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BioMarin is the world leader in delivering therapeutics that provide meaningful advances to patients who live with serious and life-threatening rare genetic diseases. We target diseases that lack effective therapies and affect relatively small numbers of patients, many of whom are children. These conditions are often inherited, difficult to diagnose, progressively debilitating and have few, if any, treatment options. BioMarin will continue to focus on advancing therapies that are the first or best of their kind. BioMarin's Technical Operations group is responsible for creating our drugs for use in clinical trials and for scaling production of those drugs for the commercial market. These engineers, technicians, scientists and support staff build and maintain BioMarin's cutting-edge manufacturing processes and sites, provide quality assurance and quality control to ensure we meet regulatory standards, and procure the needed goods and services to support manufacturing and coordinating the worldwide movement of our drugs to patients. Come join our team and make a meaningful impact on patients' lives.

Summary Description :

The Manager, Clinical Packaging Operations is responsible for supporting clinical packaging manufacturing operations inside and outside the Novato facility. S/he will help coordinate clinical material needs between contract manufacturers and the internal project teams to ensure that all clinical product needs are defined and met.

The Manager, Clinical Packaging Operations will evaluate upcoming packaging requirements, provide a single point of contact for Contract Manufacturing sites, communicate project details and ensure that all key milestones are met. S/he is the SME for all production-related activities for selected clinical products. This role partners with other BioMarin supply chain members to ensure packaged material is available for clinical distribution. The Manager, Clinical Packaging Operations will participate in improvement efforts and is an integral member of the product launch team. The Manager, Clinical Packaging Operations is a cross-functional role which S/he will work closely with Clinical Operations, Development Sciences, Regulatory and external vendors to ensure all clinical labeling/packaging operations are met or exceed timelines. The individual will often work under very tight timelines.

Responsibilities :

Initiate and manage label clinical label text following country regulatory guidance. Manage packaging and label changes in existing clinical products within study timelines. Communicate forecast, detail and communicate routine work items, coordinate internal resources to accomplish project goals Facilitate issue resolution and problem solving with contract manufacturers Monitor production efforts at contract manufacturers Lead weekly meetings with CMOs and capture discussions in minutes Communicate with members of the manufacturing group and other departments to optimize the production schedule. Promptly elevate issues to upper management that compromise on-time drug availability Complete tasks within the Oracle ERP system as related to production. Initiate Change Control, Deviations, and CAPAs through the Trackwise system. Communicate in online meetings with Europe and Asia, which requires availability outside of standard working hours. Support Manager to develop budget. Proactively identify risks. Create strategies to avoid or minimize their impact. Manage the execution of risk mitigation plans. Provide back-up support for other Operations Specialist(s) and/or Coordinator(s) Other duties as assigned

Experience :

Demonstrated project management skills related to all aspects of clinical packaging/labeling activities Proven track record to successful meet on-time delivery of clinical packaging/labeling projects Collaboration/Influence Management, Decision Making, Results Orientation Ability to work effectively with cross-functional and multi-location teams Successful track record in execution of deliverables. Changes in plans and updates are proactively communicated to management and teams Strong quality orientation with attention to detail Working knowledge of current GMP/GCP regulations desired. Working knowledge of manufacturing processes Proficient in MS Office, MS Project, and Visio Excellent organizational, interpersonal communication, and problem-solving skills Ability to find, communicate, and implement ways to continuously improve processes Proficiency with Oracle or other materials management systems knowledge desired Strong organizational and leadership skills. Process development or technology transfer experience preferred. Excellent written, verbal, and presentation communication skills. Negotiation skills Networking skills

Education :

Bachelors in Life Sciences, Business, or Engineering with minimum 5-8 years experience in the pharmaceutical field and/or clinical packaging/labeling Clinical Packaging and project management experience is highly desired

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. ~BIO

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We are recruiting for an Operations Manager who will be responsible for the overall supervision, training and motivation of branch personnel. Work involves a number of duties utilizing a considerable amount of creativity, perception and initiative with wide latitude for independent action. Has overall responsibility for profitability of the department, expenses and will assist in budget preparation, business plan and subsequent cost control, in conjunction with the Executive team.


Qualifications & Skills:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in service and parts operation.

  • Must have experience managing staff.

  • Product knowledge.

  • Thorough knowledge of warranty policies and procedures.

  • Ability to effectively train and develop subordinates and develop dealer personnel.

  • High level of interpersonal skills to work effectively with others, motivate employees and elicit work output.

  • Well-developed verbal and written communication skills.

  • Relatively high level of analytical ability where problems are complex.

  • Ability to organize and plan effectively.

  • Ability to provide performance coaching and feedback.

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office.

  • Basic knowledge of employment law.

  • AS400 knowledge/experience.

  • Must have advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word.

Education & Experience:

  • High School diploma plus technical training or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience.

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in branch management operations and overseeing multiple employees.

  • Completion of recommended Company training programs.

Company Description

At Amtec, we care about you and your career. Since 1959, we have changed the lives of thousands of people for the better - people just like you. It is our goal to help you find meaningful work by matching your character, competence, and culture with an organization that truly values what you have to offer. Whether you want a contract assignment, a temp-to-perm job, or a regular full-time position, we are here to be your partner throughout your whole career.

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Position Description

Senior Clinical Trial Manager/Clinical Operations 


At Arch Oncology, we are aiming high to discover and develop new antibody therapeutics to treat patients living with cancer. We are committed to advancing antibodies with best-in-class potential. 

Our next-generation anti-CD47 antibodies are highly differentiated, with the potential to improve upon the safety and efficacy profile relative to other agents in this class.  Our antibodies work by blocking the “don’t eat me” signal, the standard mechanism of anti-CD47 antibodies. Beyond blocking this signal, our antibodies also directly kill tumor cells. Importantly, our antibodies bind preferentially to tumor cells, instead of to normal cells, and bind even more potently to tumors in their acidic microenvironment (low pH).

Expanding our fight against cancer, we are advancing our lead anti-CD47 antibody AO-176 into clinical development for the treatment of patients with solid tumors.

We are aiming high in our fight against cancer. We are a team of highly experienced and driven professionals who are committed to excellence in all that we do. Our leadership team has successfully developed new drugs before. We know what we need to do to collaborate and execute to get the job done. 

If you share this commitment and want to work with a team that is focused on helping patients, come aim high with us and apply.

Position Location:

At Arch Oncology, we have two bases. Our headquarters is in Brisbane, CA, a gateway of biotechnology innovation, and our scientific research laboratory is in St. Louis, MO, home of the Gateway Arch. This position is in Brisbane, CA.

Reports To:

Vice President Clinical Operations 


PURPOSE:  The Senior Clinical Trial Manager (Sr. CTM) performs project management activities and provides daily management on one or more studies of multiple study activities. The Sr. CTM is responsible for setting up and managing functional aspects of studies including Clinical Research Organization (CRO) selection/oversight, investigational product, lab sample, and financial accountability. The Sr. CTM may also be responsible for monitoring clinical sites or to assist in oversight of monitoring to verify that the rights and well-being of human subjects are protected; that the reported trial data are accurate, complete, and verifiable from source documents; and that the conduct of the clinical trial is in adherence to protocol, GCP/ICH, and SOPs.


Senior Clinical Trial Manager (Sr. CTM)

  • This role is the highest level in the Clinical Trial Manager job family.

  • It may supervise: 

  • CTM

  • Associate Manager, Clinical Trials

  • Clinical Project Coordinator 


  • May act as an independent study lead

  • May lead and facilitate Clinical Sub Team Meetings with lead medical monitor

  • Plans, executes, and/or assists in study start-up activities (globally or regionally), including: 

  • CRO and vendor identification and selection 

    • May be involved in the CRO and vendor task order development and budget negotiation

  • Author and/or review/edit and approves key study plans and materials including:

  • Monitoring Plan, Protocol Deviation Management Plan, eTMF Management Plan, Communication Plan, and CRF Completion Guidelines

  • Site Initiation and Investigators’ Meeting Presentations 

  • Essential document templates:  Informed Consent forms (master and regional adaptions)

  • Other protocol-specific tools, as required

  • In collaboration with Translational Medicine; assist in the development and review of Laboratory Manual, tracking of lab supplies and assisting with lab sample discrepancies.

  • In collaboration with Clinical Drug Supply, assist in the development and review of Pharmacy Manual and overall drug supply for a study

  • Partner with and oversee CRO team hired to support trial

  • Regularly attend team calls

  • Provide continuous direction and training

  • Perform on-site co-monitoring or oversight visits, as needed

  • Clearly communicate and effectively collaborate with external vendors and development partners (both in writing and verbally), including financial oversight

  • Oversee and/or manage clinical study files/documents within electronic and/or paper Trial Master File

  • As required, participates in the development, review and implementation of departmental SOPs and processes

  • Identifies and/or implements process improvement ideas 

  • Oversees and/or manages the investigator grant process for clinical sites (site contracts and budgets)

  • Creation of negotiating parameters (CRO, as necessary)

  • Ensuring timely site payments

  • Lead or assist in the development/review of the protocol, IB, and CRF development and finalization

  • Oversee CRO and/or contractors in completion of monitoring tasks and/or independently performs pre-site selection and site initiation visits; may conduct other on-site visits as required (eg,IMVs, COVs, co-monitoring visits) 

  • Reviews study monitoring reports, as required, and follow-up of specific issues within project specific timelines

  • Develops and maintains excellent cross-functional relationships; leads ad hoc internal meetings as necessary

  • Recommends and implements innovative process ideas to impact clinical trials management and success


  • Direct line manager of Clinical Trial Managers (CTMs) and Associate Manager, Clinical Trials or Clinical Project Coordinators

  • Oversees and manages work of Clinical Operations contractors and CRO/vendor team members

  • May lead and manage Study Management Teams 

  • May manage the work of cross-functional team members in support of study deliverables


  • Bachelor’s level degree in life sciences, pharmacy or nursing; RN preferred

  • Prior related clinical research experience (7+ years) in the Pharma/Biotechnology 

  • Prior related clinical trial management experience (3+ years) including experience managing direct reports

  • Oncology experience preferred; phase 2-3 trial experience required - multi-national experience a plus

  • Experience managing outside vendors, e.g., CROs and labs

  • Familiar with advanced concepts of clinical research and able to work effectively in a dynamic team/matrix environment 

  • Prior experience working with Translational Medicine/Science 

  • Knowledge of clinical research operations, including interpretation and implementation of FDA regulations and ICH GCP (E6) is required

  • Desired soft-skills:  Flexible, detail-oriented, innovative, diplomatic, and efficient

  • Knowledge of the principles and practices of basic computer applications used in general office setting, including word processing, spreadsheet, database management, presentation software, and internet search engines

  • Advanced capabilities with Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and Project desired

  • Basic math and standard business level English grammar and usage

  • Able to travel approximately 20% overnight (50% or greater during peak times


Arch Oncology offers a generous benefit package including medical, dental, vision, and disability insurance, as well as paid time off and a 401k plan.

Arch Oncology is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. 

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A wonderful career opportunity for General Clinical Laboratory Scientist Technical Supervisor is now available with a reputable and prestigious non-profit Hospital in warm and sunny East Bay of San Francisco in California!

The Technical Supervisor of General Clinical Laboratory Scientist will join the family of dedicated nurses and other health care professionals living out a mission to heal people in body, mind and spirit. With services ranging from family-centered maternity care and high level neonatal care to technologically advanced cardiac services and an innovative palliative care program, our work touches people at every stage of their lives.

The Supervisor of Core Clinical Laboratory Scientist CLS will be part of a nonprofit organization serving communities in the Greater Alameda County for more than 50 years. The hospital's state-licensed and nationally accredited clinical laboratories provide comprehensive testing services. They are committed to accuracy and efficiency in providing test results for our physicians and patients.

Under the direction of the Regional Director of Laboratory Services, the General CLS Technical Supervisor will be responsible for effective and efficient integration and management of the team and operations to properly provide laboratory services. The Technical Supervisor of Core Laboratory CLS will define performance standards and manages operations to support consistent outcomes, which meet or exceed quality standards.

The General Clinical Laboratory Scientist Technical Coordinator will plan, organize, coordinate, direct and supervise daily testing activities to assure sufficient quantities of supplies, reagents and qualified competent staff are available to meet the standards of care including quality control and proficiency testing as well as training, counseling and disciplining of personnel engaged in testing. Under the guidance of the Medical Directors, implements new technology and is responsible for establishing, revising and updating policies and procedures of the technical areas.

The Technical Supervisor of General Clinical Laboratory Scientist will disseminate departmental information and coordinates all activities of the shift to maintain consistency in the workflow. Also functions as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist on the shift when needed. The Supervisor of General Laboratory CLS will assist in project planning and development; equipment and facilitates planning, staff development and training; budget preparation; regulatory compliance; contract negotiations for equipment, maintenance and supplies; productivity and performance improvement.

The Technical Supervisor General Laboratory CLS will join a healthcare organization that is about caring for the community and caring about the employees by giving them the opportunity to make a difference every day. When you join the team here, you too can take pride in knowing that you are not only caring for patients in the best way possible but that you are part of a family of more than 3,000 employees and 1,000 physicians who believe in providing only the best in personalized care. Join now! 

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Job Description

Our client is a freight technology company that develops technology and data intelligence underlying radically more efficient logistics businesses. They leverage machine learning, robotic process automation, and the human touch to service motor carriers in the US. They are using the benefits of cutting-edge technology to significantly enhance the livelihood of small and medium sized trucking companies at scale. This is as much about developing cutting-edge technology as it is about leveraging innovative business models and their sensitivity to real-life user behavior.


Job Type: Full-time


Operations Carrier Manager
The Operations Carrier Manager will work on the operations team in San Mateo, CA. This is a demanding role because our client will expect you to be a hands-on and tactical manager willing to roll-up your sleeves, but also a strategic thinker. You’ll experience first-hand the thrill of joining a tight team and early stage employees will have a real impact on the direction of the company. If you thrive in ambiguity and solving tough problems, this may be your role.



  • Work hand-in-hand with our client’s first customers in developing their product and operational flows.

  • Conduct iterative prototyping and testing of operational processes and customer experiences.

  • Co-create technology interfaces and exploit opportunities for robotic process automation.

  • Develop playbooks, SOPs and service standards for our client’s dispatch team.

  • Recruit, select, manage and retain a team of dispatchers.

  • Set goals and performance metrics to measure and evaluate team performance.

  • Help evaluate a long-term strategy for delivery of customer success solutions.


  • 5 years’ experience in logistics operations, including fleet management or dispatch functions.

  • Previous experience managing dispatchers and working with freight brokers, drivers and other carriers.

  • Graduate degree is a plus.

  • Ability to have a can-do attitude and enjoy a hands-on approach to problem solving.

  • Energetic, driven and ambitious.

  • Strategic thinker, outstanding manager and hands-on operator.

  • Attention to detail and administrative housekeeping items.

  • Creative problem solver obsessed with finding hacks to get to your goals.

  • Customer-centric above when developing operational processes.

  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.

  • A knack for data, analytics and visualization.

  • Thrive in the environment of a start-up acknowledging both the thrill and challenges of its fluidity.


This position offers a competitive base salary.




Related to: Freight, Freight Brokerage, Freight Delivery, Transportation Logistics, Logistics, Transportation, Transportation Brokerage, Trucking, Trucking Brokerage, Truckload Brokerage, Supply Chain, Supply Chain Solutions, 3PL, Third Party Logistics, Shipping, Non-Asset, Non-Asset Brokerage, SaaS, Software as a Service, Technology, Software Solutions, Technology Solutions, Data Solutions, Analytics

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Sr. Operations Manager

This position will be based in Oakland, CA.

Reports to: Chief Operating Officer


Job Description:

Coda Signature is an award-winning manufacturer of infused products (edibles, topicals, and concentrates) that is experiencing rapid growth. We have operations in Trinidad, Colorado and have recently opened operations in Oakland, California with plans for further expansion. We are seeking a Sr. Operations Manager with a proven track record of building and delivering plans, effectively driving and achieving results for production quality, cost control and reduction, and improvement of manufacturing efficiency and effectiveness. They will be supporting the COO with oversight of two manufacturing facilities by serving as a liaison for Product Quality and Distribution Operations to support the company’s business strategy, brand and vision.


Essential Functions

•      Be involved in the learning and functioning of the daily operational challenges and implement solutions to support the overall business strategy

•      Lead and drive the efforts of continuous Improvement and overall equipment effectiveness

•      Lead efforts in improving cost and quality initiatives by applying appropriate Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma methodologies to meet defined business objectives

•      Drive process standardization and equipment standardization

•      Train, coach, evaluate and reinforce continuous improvement principles in partnership with COO

•      Work with plant leadership in identifying and communicating manufacturing requirements and updating process controls to reflect best practices

•      Apply knowledge of various government regulations that must be complied with, including OSHA, EEOC, MED, CDPH, and BCC

•      Effectively train and mentor team members in the various aspects of manufacturing driving continuous improvements

•      Work with the Plant Manager and department heads in each facility in identifying potential capital improvements assisting with analysis and justification for these projects

•      Oversee the Fulfillment and Distribution functions of each facility within their respective markets.

Competencies, Skills, and Knowledge

•      Strong analytical skills to assess, research, interpret and analyze data

•      Strong working knowledge of advanced Microsoft Office products and Fishbowl (Inventory management software)

•      Ability to learn new software solutions quickly

•      Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills

•      Strong leadership skills with the ability to influence cross-functional teams

•      Strong project management skills

•      Previous budget experience

•      Ability to work independently with minimal direct oversight


·         Bachelor’s degree in Operations Management or Supply Chain & Logistics

·         Lean Six Sigma Certification

·         Minimum of 5 years' experience with progressively complex, multi-facility organizations and experience with automated systems

·         Ability to travel as needed


Coda Signature embraces change and the opportunity it brings. We are focused on delivering quality products and customer service and are committed to recruiting, developing, rewarding and retaining the best workforce in our industry. In addition to having a dynamic, team oriented, and fun work environment, we offer competitive compensation and benefits.

·         Medical, Dental, and Vision benefits

·         Supplemental accident plans

·         Company social events

·         Training and development opportunities

·         Stock options for every full-time employee

For consideration, please send your resume and a cover letter that includes why you are the best person for this position and your salary requirements to careers@ codasignature. com. Applicants that do not include a cover letter and salary requirements will not be considered.

Company Description

Award-winning infused products company!

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A nationally - recognized hospital in the San Francisco Bay Area is actively searching for an experienced RN Nursing Educator Surgical Services. Join this prestigious medical center and proudly serve alongside a health care system committed to excellence.

RN Nursing Educator Surgical Services will become a part of this exceptional facility that provides inpatient services such as high-risk Obstetrics, Cardiovascular Services, Level I Trauma, and Perioperative Services. The Surgical Services RN Nursing Educator will be a key leader in clinical professional enrichment and the processes to advance and promote quality patient outcomes.

Nationally recognized for its dynamic, progressive, patient-centered environment, this non-profit hospital is ideal for the ambitious and driven health care professional that is ready to play a crucial role in shaping the success of this hospital’s high-volume Perioperative service lines. The Surgical Nurse Educator RN will play a pivotal role in supporting and improving this medical center's value proposition to the community. 

Reporting to the Assistant Director of Clinical Education, the RN Surgical Services Educator lends itself to a set of critical responsibilities for staffing and coaching, clinical education, program management, process improvement, and patient outcome. The Nursing Educator RN Surgical Services will be a specialist in both clinical excellence professional development of the learners of the Clinical Education Unit. This multi-faceted unit is embodied by motivated, skilled Surgical Nurse Specialists, Perioperative RNs, Certified Operating Room Nurses (CNOR), Registered Nurses First Assist (RNFA), Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA), Surgical Technologists, and other support staff. 

Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, as Nursing RN Educator Surgical Services, you’ll enjoy the unparalleled amenities your new home will offer. You’ll relish in the beauty of the Pacific Coast and charmed by the urban landscapes. Your new home will offer an endless menu selection of the world’s best multicultural cuisine, an eclectic music and art scene, professional sports teams, a distinguished and evolving science and technology sector, and a pet friendly community. Additionally, the SF Bay Area provides you with multiple public and private transit options to make your commute efficient and affordable.

Join this outstanding organization that’s prepared to offer a qualified RN Educator a very competitive salary, generous employee benefits, and exceptional work – life balance.


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This trusted community medical center in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area is actively interviewing for an RN Nursing Director to oversee Inpatient Clinical and Administrative Operations.

This hospital has a long history of providing care to the residents of San Francisco and the Peninsula. The Nursing Director will join an outstanding medical center that offers a full range of Inpatient and Outpatient services, and delivers on its promise of compassionate, high-quality patient care. Serving the community with crucial services such as Critical Care, Orthopedics, Women’s & Children’s Health, General Inpatient Medical, and Surgical Services, the Director will join a facility that’s in touch with the community’s needs.

Reporting to the Chief Nursing Operations Officer, and acting in an executive capacity in that leader’s absence, the Inpatient Nursing Director will lead administrative and clinical operations for Critical Care, Medical Surgical, and Emergency Nursing Units, totaling around 110-beds. Directly supporting the Senior Director are a tenured and experienced team of leaders made up of one CCRN Supervisor who oversee Critical Care, a CEN ED Nursing Supervisor, and a CMSRN Manager who is over Medical Surgical/Orthopedics/Oncology. Also supporting the Director is a team of strong and experienced House Supervisors. Through these tenured and accomplished nurse leaders, you’ll develop, implement, and evaluate the clinical processes that keep the patient a priority.

The RN Director of Nursing Operations will take oversight of crucial Inpatient Nursing Units, supporting a Patient First environment of care and compassion. This person will oversee the full range of Inpatient Acute Care across 100+ beds. This Director will lead patient care services and performance improvement processes in a 12-bed Emergency Department, over 60-beds  that make up General Medical Surgical, Respiratory Care, Orthopedics, Post-Surgical Care, and Inpatient Rehabilitation. This unit is staffed by a large team of Inpatient Educators, Patient Care Techs, CNAs, and Support Staff. Also under the Senior Nursing Operation Director’s oversight is a high-acuity Critical Care / Intensive Care unit that provides a minimum coverage of 1 nurse to 2 patients.

By supporting, developing, and implementing a clinical mission based on total quality management, both for patients and staff, you’ll ensure the staff is engaged and the community remains trustful. The Nursing Director of Inpatient Operations will enjoy serving as a motivator and source of inspiration for the continued education of the nursing staff. Mentoring and coaching a supportive staff of RN Nurse Managers, CCRN Critical Care Nursing Supervisors, CMSRN Medical Surgical Nurses, you’ll find a tight knit family of caregivers at this community medical center.

Another key part of the Nursing Director role is supporting the administrative mission of these Acute Care / Medical Surgical and Critical Care / ICU service lines. This means close attention should be paid to maintaining budgetary and resource efficiency. You will also play a key role in maintaining compliance with California and Federal Regulatory bodies like The Joint Commission and CMS.

The San Francisco Bay Area is well known to have something for everyone. The artistic type, the gourmand, the outdoors person, and the home-body will all find something comforting. Contemporary street art, murals, galleries, and public installations adorn the streets just about everywhere you look. Hundreds of acres of coastline, nature trails, and parkland surround one of California’s most beautiful cities. With Silicon Valley and San Jose a short distance to the south, Stanford, UC Berkeley, and some of California’s best primary schools, the Bay Area is a great place for the Inpatient Nursing Director to build a community and continue learning. Connected by Bay Area Rapid Transit and one of the nation’s best networks of buses and light-rails, you’ll find that it’s easy to get where ever you’re going.

You’ll play an integral part in the operations of this esteemed community hospital, and you will find a team that wants to excel. The Inpatient Director will find challenges, and will find thrilling triumphs. You’ll go home each day with the knowledge that you’re making a huge difference in the hospital and in the community. You’ll also go home with a great benefits package and a competitive compensation.

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The Construction Operation Manager will be well versed in all facets of residential construction including multi-story residential over structured.

Job Description:

Participation in community performance forecasting, financial strategy, and thoughtful analysis to achieve quarterly and annual business goals. The position will have a keen focus on delivering an exceptional customer experience as measured by Avid surveys of homeowners.

The Operations Manager will work closely with all other departments to advance new initiatives and construction innovations. Areas of Responsibility Strategy and Leadership:

Provide positive leadership and vision to the team, communicating both short and long term goals for team member engagement. Skills to include business plan reporting and forecasting, strategic solutions to provide value, and cost saving recommendations to achieve home delivery on time and at budget.

Endeavor to achieve ongoing improvement to the customer experience in their purchase of a Brook field home or rental housing. The position will have high density mixed-use expertise in urban settings with investment management for 30+/acre housing product, from design and construction of both residential and retail spaces.

Operations: Oversee the various facets of housing operations including construction sequencing, slab and frame starts, home closing dates, buyer selection cut-offs, and strategies to overcome challenges and efficiency to achieve home closings for the business plan while maintaining the highest customer experience. For higher density mixed use residential, evaluate effective use of 3rd party general contractors versus internal build profile to maximize returns with an understanding of legal issues to minimize the risk profile.

Work closely with Sales & Marketing and Design Studio to maximize options and Design Studio profitability and current market trends. Advance the construction efficiency through innovated solutions for project management and operation platforms including new adoption of a company wide enterprise system and associated software platforms for contracting, scheduling and billing.

Construction: Manage the field activity and construction cycle time to forecast home completions, trade allocation, and utility/land improvement coordination. Manage the team to deliver home closings per planned schedules. Oversee and be champion for quality of home delivery, providing support and mentorship to General Superintendent and field teams. Oversee the performance of high density mixed use construction with general contractor/internal team, to include % complete for payment application review, punch list, and overall quality. Purchasing: Manage the purchasing team for high density residential bid documents internally and to general contractors and selection of same, with input/negotiation of GC contract language. Coordinate with the purchasing team for their preparation of efficient and accurate estimates and budgets for new and active communities in step with business plan reporting. Provide expertise and recommendations for detached and high density construction details, scopes of work, and specifications. Coordinate with Design Studio to create a best in class experience and profitability Customer Service: Manage the customer service team to deliver a great experience for our home owners. Engage and lead continuous improvement in the Customer Service team through a working relationship with Avid to identify areas to improve on the Customer Experience including internal audits and employee recognition and incentive plans

Development: Coordinate with the development team to ensure forward planning processes, plans and permits are completed in quality form to achieve business plan starts. Work with development team on design and planning of new high density housing programs, schedules, milestone activity, including land takedowns, permit fees, utility applications, and other processes to achieve goals. Support and assist development team with submittal/receipt of DRE reports, other jurisdictional requirements, and overall business planning.

Company Description

Headquartered in Ventura County Ca with remote executive recruiters all over the United States , we’ve become one of the most successful, privately-owned recruitment and workforce management solutions firms. Whether you’re looking for your next career opportunity or the perfect candidate for a job, our recruiting experts are here to help. We specialize in placing professionals within the following industries:
Tech-Healthcare- Construction- Engineering-Financial Services

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Job Description

Job Benefits:

  • An opportunity to join a patient-focused organization that is driven to develop, manufacture and commercialize medicines to treat life threatening conditions.

  • Work for a company that is local to the bay area and recognized as a leader of innovation.

  • Competitive compensation commensurate with experience.

  • This position is eligible for medical, vision, dental benefits, paid sick time, and 401K


Summary of Responsibilities:

  • Provides the day-to-day operational management of biomarker vendors to ensure delivery against contracted scope of work

  • Partners with internal/external stakeholders in the central lab set up, providing sample collection and processing instructions, kit contents, shipping conditions and logistics for biomarker samples

  • Performs ongoing biomarker vendor management including development and oversight of scope of work, budgets (invoice review & reconciliation) and performance management

  • Serves as primary point of contact for laboratories performing biomarker analysis and hence supports the biomarker outsourcing process through effective vendor management

  • Identifies areas of best practice and process improvements

  • Participates in Product Development Global Operations initiatives and programs as assigned

  • May lead or be a representative on functional groups goals, initiatives and work-streams

  • Ensures study adherence to ICH/GCP and SOPs

  • In some cases may also be applicable to bioanalytical samples in partnership with the bioanalytical managers


Summary of Qualifications:

  • Life sciences degree (Bachelor or Masters) in Scientific, Medical or Healthcare subject area required. Further qualification, e.g. PhD and/or project management certification is desirable.

  • 3+ years related professional experience in a clinical research setting, clinical/diagnostic laboratory, or pharmaceutical/biotechnology R&D environment

  • Extensive clinical development experience with evidence of working in teams running clinical studies

  • Pharmaceutical industry experience or experience working as a clinical trial coordinator within a clinical trial setting is a plus

  • Clinical or biological laboratory experience with evidence of involvement in the processing and/or analysis of biological samples

  • Project management skills

  • Critical reasoning skills including the identification and resolution of complex problems

  • Detail oriented with the ability to work independently and manage multiple competing priorities

  • Planning, organizational and time management skills

  • Highly flexible in a fast pace global matrix environment

  • Professional interpersonal skills, excellent oral/written communication and influencing skills

  • Proven leadership skills, ability to successfully achieve results within a multi-cultural and geographically diverse team

  • Creates team culture and promotes team spirit.

  • Global Vendor Management experience preferred

  • Good knowledge of ICH GCP



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Job Description


High Speed Bottling Facility

Looking for a #2 in the Plant


Inventory manager and production managers that report directly to this position. Maintenance and QC Manager are a dotted line. We have about 300 union employees and about 30-40 Non union employees.

Position Summary:

Responsible for day-to-day activities of directing, controlling and coordinating all phases of the Plant to include but not limited to production, maintenance, warehouse, inventory, quality, and safety.  Assumes Plant Director responsibilities in their absence.

Position Responsibilities may include, but not limited to:

•           Develop and execute 1yr and 3yr business plans supporting national/regional/local objectives Including the development & implementation of strategies, processes & programs.

•           Identify, develop and implement capital expenditure projects to enhance safety, quality and productivity.

•           Motivate, direct, coach and develop a diverse, high performing leadership team to meet established goals and build organizational capability.

•           Effectively translate plant goals and objectives to all levels of the organization ensuring alignment on relevant performance data.

•           Routinely review business results with plant personnel to maximize supply chain performance.

•           Foster an environment that supports an engaged safety culture.

•           Develop a culture that embraces the tenets of operational excellence.

•           Sustain a consistent, long-term vision through continuous process improvement.

•           Adopt and share best ideas inside and outside the company.

•           Demonstrate behaviors needed for effective implementation of change.

•           Ensure manufacturing processes are compliant with company specifications and meet customer expectations.

•           Satisfy the needs and service requirements of the internal and external customers.

•           Ensure compliance to company and regulatory policies.

•           Represent the company and its interests in the community while remaining environmentally responsible in all efforts.

•           Any other duties as assigned.


Required Skills and Experience:

•           High school diploma or GED

•           7+ years of management experience in hands-on operational roles within an industrial or manufacturing environment.

•           Proficient computer skills, including Excel, Word, and MS Outlook

•           Multiple function roles across manufacturing

•           ISO or other management system experience

•           Excellent written and verbal communication skills

•           Must be able to work any shift and any day of the week

•           Food and/or beverage experience

•           Position must pass a post-offer background and drug test


Preferred Skills and Experience:

•           Bachelor’s Degree

•           Previous experience leading distribution/delivery/Sales staff

•           Multiple facility management


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About this Job

Well-established Castro Valley-Bay Area family owned landscaping company is seeking operations manager.

Job responsibilities:

  • outside sales/up-selling

  • organizing crews and jobs

  • meeting with customers, vendors and employees

  • scheduling jobs

  • responding to occasional complaints and emergencies

  • draft and submit proposals

  • quality control

  • employee training

  • C-27 license required

The new hire will report to General Manager and Operations Director.

Pay depends on experience, range is $60-90K.

We are looking for a career-oriented, long term hire. We provide an excellent chance for promotion and advancement. Pay depends on experience. Compensation includes medical, dental and vehicle, paid vacation, etc.


Company Description

Since 1969, East Bay Landscaping Co. has been providing superb landscaping and exterior grounds maintenance service to the residential and commercial sectors of Central and Northern California. East Bay Landscaping Co. is a dependable, conscientious landscaping business that specializes in residential and commercial grounds care.

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The Partner Sales Operations Manager will support the partner sales leaders across the organization, responsible for all aspects of partner sales operational development & support, including sales analytics, strategy, planning, forecasting, pipeline management, territory planning, quota setting and reporting.

The ideal candidate will have experience operating in high growth companies and excel in partnering with senior leaders to ensure success of the team through operational practices. You will be an individual very comfortable with driving decisions through data & analysis, influencing others, and be able to articulate with other groups to achieve the immediate and mid-term objectives.

 Primary Responsibilities Include:

·         Project manage Salesforce activities in support of the Alliance and Partner organization

·         Drive Salesforce enhancements, process efficiencies, and attribution

·         Manage incentive calculations, processing and forecasting

·         Evaluate channel programs, uptake, modifications, and enhancements

·         Design, deliver and improve key dashboards and management reports to provide actionable insight

·         Develop presentations and reports to communicate key messages to senior management as well as ongoing and ad hoc reporting and analysis requests

·         Develop territories and quotas for the partner sales team

·         Liaison with operations leads from various partner organization to align reporting across systems

·         Support QBRs and MBRs with select partners with relevant data and insights on pipeline and revenue

Required Skills /Experience:

·         BS degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Finance preferred

·         4-6+ years of experience with data analytics, critical thinking and decision making

·         Strong analytical and reporting skills required (e.g. Excel) including ability to create and modify pivots easily. PowerBI or other data visualization tools experience a plus

·         Familiarity with Salesforce, data management, data measurements, and/or statistical Analysis is a plus

·         Demonstrated ability to drive process improvements, problem-solve, and produce results

·         Creatively represent data and insights into visual dashboards for partner health based on established scorecard metrics and KPIs.

·         Strong customer service focus, written and verbal communication skills, and attention to detail and accuracy

·         Ability to synthesize information into actionable insights and contribution to both creating and executing business strategies

·         Collaborative, smart, ethical, friendly, hard-working and proactive

·         Must be able to function as part of a team and adhere to strict deadlines in a fast-paced, ever evolving environment

·         Strong desire to build something new and persevere in the face of uncertainty


Company Description

About Roth staffing Companies :
Our Purpose is to make life better for the people we serve. We make life better for our candidates, our Ambassadors, our business customers...and each other.

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