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Are you a skilled fundraising professional who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being the Director of Annual Fund for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 5 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Director of Annual Fund to help with overseeing a complex, multi-channel fundraising campaign that delivers against department objectives. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

The Director of Annual Fund is responsible for a complex, multi-channel fundraising campaign that delivers against department objectives to 1) increase annual operating revenue while reducing cost per dollar raised and 2) build a major gifts pipeline.

This position requires an individual who is an experienced team leader who can think strategically and creatively; manage multiple tasks; deliver outcomes diplomatically and in alignment with the department workplan. The Director must shape an advanced vision – grounded in the donor data -- to grow annual fund revenue. The Director must also be comfortable owning the systems and processes needed to execute on that vision.

This position is responsible for the overall success of the Food Bank’s direct response annual giving programs, including direct mail and online campaigns to acquire, cultivate, renew and upgrade donors under $1K; will partner with Leadership Gifts to cultivate the mid-level individual giving program for donors making annual gifts of $1,000-$9,999; and will drive pipeline strategy for moving annual donors into the major gifts pool.

Under the leadership of the Senior Director of Development, this position oversees a team that consists of the Digital Fundraising Manager and the Annual Fund Coordinator.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Team Leadership and Collaboration


  • Leads strategy, planning and execution of the fundraising efforts of the Annual Fund team, in support of the overall department objective to increase annual operating revenue while reducing cost per dollar raised.

  • Collaborates with the Digital Fundraising Manager and Annual Fund Coordinator in their fundraising efforts and execution of fundraising campaigns for donors under $1,000; the Food Bank’s monthly giving program; mid-level program; and donor services.

  • Partners with Development Directors to deliver against workplan goals, ensure best practices, and support all Annual Fund efforts with robust data, processes and infrastructure.

Fundraising and Donor Stewardship


  • Leads efforts to identify and engage new constituencies, renew existing, and re-activate lapsed supporters to the Food Bank. Collaborates on strategy, manages implementation, and evaluates all aspects of annual giving campaigns, including offline and online donor acquisition and renewal appeals, stewardship outreach, monthly giving, tribute giving and targeted appeals for special programs and projects.

  • Drives Annual Fund campaign to grow the donor base, improve learnings, and retain donors with smarter analytics.

  • Oversees development through the Annual Fund campaign of a major gifts pipeline using strategy and segmentation. Collaborates with Director of Leadership Gifts on mid-level donor strategy and engagement.

  • Directs staff, agencies, vendors and consultants to create, produce and implement direct mail and online giving communications. Works with Marketing and Communications staff to ensure integration of campaigns across media channels.

  • Works with Data Operations to oversee the Food Bank’s online fundraising and communication tool (Engaging Networks) to ensure targeted messaging, and to enhance patron experience through digital engagement and customer service.

  • Oversees development of peer-to-peer strategy for revenue growth and community impact.

  • Partners with data team to ensure successful segmentation, tracking, reporting and analysis of campaigns and appeals

  • Works with Marketing and Communications team to ensure that Annual Fund campaigns help to ensure a strong reputation and community respect for the Food Bank.

  • Partners with Director of Data Operations to manage donor surveys and other research activities to ensure that all Annual Fund messaging reflects the interests and concerns of our constituents.

  • Works with Community Engagement, Programs and Development staff to identify compelling stories, projects, and programs to showcase in fundraising activities. Actively works to integrate the Annual Fund program with other fundraising and communications activity.

Planning and Administration


  • Responsible for developing and overseeing the workplan and budget for annual (under $1K), and mid-level ($1K-$9,999) donor programs, working within the Food Bank’s organization-wide work plan, setting strategy and schedules, managing deadlines, tracking expenses and meeting revenue, retention and acquisition goals.

  • Reviews annual giving mailing lists, recognition lists and financial reports for accuracy.

  • Manages the Food Bank’s nonprofit bulk mailing permits and postage due account with the United States Postal Service; stays abreast of changes to bulk mailing rules and requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Minimum of ten years managing large-scale direct mail and online fundraising campaigns, preferably for nonprofit organizations

  • Proven ability to acquire, cultivate and solicit donors for annual gifts, and to sustain and grow donor relationships; ability to assess and measure outcomes.

  • Expertise with developing and using financial analysis and donor reports to inform strategic decisions.

  • Experience with managing and growing a robust monthly sustainer program.

  • Working knowledge of current nonprofit fundraising best practices, with expertise in online fundraising.

  • Strong strategic thinking and leadership skills; ability to develop and monitor work plans and budgets; experience managing multiple projects with multiple stakeholders simultaneously.

  • Experience working with advanced CRM tools; familiarity with HTML a plus.

  • Experience directly supervising full-time staff.

  • Familiarity with donor database (Raiser’s Edge preferred).

  • Strong written and oral communications skills.

  • Strong vendor management and relationship skills.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:

(The physical and environmental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

ENVIRONMENT: Standard office

FINGER DEXTERITY: Requires typing on standard computer.

TALKING: Ability to speak on phone and face to face.

HEARING: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.

REPETITIVE MOTIONS: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.

AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.

PHYSICAL STRENGTH: NOT APPLICABLE.

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems. Ability to interpret instructions.

MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to perform basic math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.

LANGUAGE ABILITY: Fluency in English. Demonstrated excellence in writing and editing.

SALARY: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

BENEFITS: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records


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Overview

The VNA provides compassionate, innovative care of the highest quality, setting the standard for patients and caregivers needing private care, home health, hospice, and community health services. Together, we provide the highest quality patient care.

 

Come Join our team of passionate and skilled professionals! By choosing to work for the VNA, you would be working with an agency that has been voted Best Place to Work for 7 years in Indian River County because of the benefits we offer our associates, such as:

  • Competitive pay 
  • Flexible schedules available for some positions
  • Accrue up to18 paid days off in your first year, 6 observed holidays
  • up to 90% coverage of health insurance costs
  • Onsite, no-cost wellness clinic staffed by a VNA ARNP
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Free CEU credits
  • Several local and national discounts

 

The Visiting Nurse Association is seeking a full time Resale Boutique Sales Associate to work in our Vero Beach Hidden Treasures store. This person will assist the store manager with the day-to-day operations of the resale boutique including: implements strategies to improve customer service, increase store sales, and maximize proceeds, ensures customer needs are met, complaints are resolved, and service is quick and efficient, maintains store appearance and product presentation to company standards, provides support to store volunteers during peak periods or when scheduling conflicts arise, and facilitates pickup and delivery of merchandise and donations. The successful candidate will be highly self- motivated and will possess strong communication skills, excellent critical thinking ability and will have superior organizational skills. Creativity in this role is a must!

Responsibilities

  • Assist with the daily operation of the Resale Boutique according to established policies and procedures.
  • Accept payment for merchandise, operate cash register and process credit card transactions.
  • Perform assigned daily custodial duties.
  • Perform quality control of merchandise in the processing room and on the sales floor.
  • Keep sales departments safe, clean and organized.
  • Answer telephone calls.
  • Remove undesirable and outdated inventory.
  • Process donations according to established policies and procedures.
  • Provide back up to other departments as needed.
  • Facilitate pickups and deliveries to accommodate donor and driver time.
  • Fill in for driver (van or box truck) following safety and maintenance procedures as needed.
  • Assist with loading and unloading donations.
  • Perform Boutique opening and closing procedures.
  • Create displays and dress mannequins.
  • Make signs for sales and upcoming events.
  • Research items for sale on the internet when requested by manager.
  • Price furniture to be sold when requested by manager.
  • Schedule volunteers to fill shifts when requested by manager..
  • Perform opening and closing procedures.
  • Provide work direction to other staff and volunteers when requested by manager.
  • Follow all safety policies and procedures and utilize all proper equipment for lifting and hauling merchandise to practice proper safety in all aspects of job duties. Notify supervisor immediately and complete appropriate accident reporting procedure.
  • Follow VNA safety policies/procedures and keep all merchandise areas safe for volunteers and customers. Report accidents or unusual incidents immediately to the Resale Manager and Human Resources.
  • Attend required department meetings and complete mandatory education by the department deadline.
  • Qualifications

    • Six months to one year related experience and/or training
    • Experience in resale/consignment operations a plus
    • Ability to lift, move and rearrange furniture and merchandise
    • Current and valid Florida drivers license 


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    Job Description


     


    Position summary:


    Perform various installations and repairs to equipment and machinery as related to yacht repair and maintenance.   


    Responsibilities: 



    • General Ship Nomenclature 

    • Adheres to all IPQA Processes & Requirements 

    • Basic Vessel Systems 

    • Bilge Pumps & Associated Systems 

    • General Propulsion System Components 

    • Helm Station Components 

    • Hoses, Piping & Adapters 

    • Knowledge of Safety Policies & Equipment 

    • Onboard Power Plants

    •  Potable Water Systems 

    • Sacrificial Zinc Anodes 

    • Shower Sumps & Associated Systems 

    • Band Saw, Grinder and Drill Press Operation & Safety 

    • Overtime, nights and weekend work may be required as customer service needs fluctuate.


    • Physical Requirements: 

    • The ability to stoop, crouch, pull, push, reach, hear, near vision, kneel, talk, stand, grasp, walk up to 600 yards quickly and lift up to 50 lbs are required


    Company Description

    Our mission is to be the Best In Class manpower support company by operating on the principals of delivering the highest level professionalism, integrity, honesty, and safety to our valued employees and clients.

    Lead Staffing, established in 2010, specializes in Construction, Industrial and Marine Staffing of Skilled Tradespeople throughout the United States of America. Our goal is to work with regional and national contractors that share our commitment towards safety and to provide long term rewarding work assignments for our valued employees.

    Our success in consistently filling our customer's orders is directly related to the tenure of our sales and recruiting staff, all of whom on average have in excess of 10 years industry experience.


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    Job Description


     


    We are an HCS Provider seeking a Case Manager to start with a partial caseload leading to a full caseload. Candidate for the position MUST have HCS experience and understand the demands of case management in the HCS program.


    **MUST KNOW WHAT "HCS" IS AND HAVE EXPERIENCE IN HCS!**


    Description:



    • The Case Manager is responsible for thorough oversight of the services, Waiver and Non-Waiver, provided to an individual receiving Home and Community-based (HCS) services.

    • Ensure completion, according to an Individual’s IPC, of Implementation Plan, Goals, and progress monitoring.

    • Be in attendance for IPC/PDP meetings with completed case manager packets upon completion of meetings.

    • This position ensures compliance with company policies & procedures, HCS Billing Guidelines, Texas Administrative Codes pertaining to the HCS program and HCS Handbook.

    • Maintain a positive and amicable correspondence with local authorities and Service Coordination workers.

    • Ensure compliance with time sensitive deadlines, such as but not limited to, the completion of IPCs, IDRCs, ICAPs, and all documents related to an HCS recipients case.

    • Ensure thorough documentation on a monthly and/or quarterly basis detailing the monitoring of all services provided to each individual on their assigned case load;

    • Treat the individuals and staff with dignity and respect;

    • Develop and maintain a positive work environment that emphasizes quality of service delivery, continuous improvement, team-work, and high performance;

    • Implement company policies & procedures;

    • Ensure that proper training has been arranged for staff pertaining to individual client needs with appropriate personnel. (i.e. Nurse, CM, HR)

    • Ensure progress notes are accurately documented on a daily basis.

    • Ensure that the goals for each client are implemented as instructed according to the Implementation Plan.

    • Ensure that Behavior Modification Program (BMP) are followed as instructed.

    • Ensure that appropriate documentation is completed for any given situation (i.e. body check, incident reports, etc.)

    • Assist in resolving conflict(s) between client and/or staff.

    • Be available to a client, which may require face-to-face, in emergency situations.

    • Provide the Executive Director with a progress of day program services, at least bi-weekly, via telephone or in person.

    • Attend all trainings/meetings deemed as mandatory by A Treasure of Dreams. If unable to attend, advance notice is to be provided to upper management and accommodations agreed upon;

    • Submit all HCS & company related documents to appropriate personnel.

    • Coordinate the client’s community activities for the group home and day program.


    Any other tasks assigned by the Executive Director pertaining to the well-being of the company, its Day Program and individuals served.


    Job Type: Full-time


    Salary: $28,000.00 to $38,000.00 /year


     


    Company Description

    Christian-based organization that started in 2012 by the Executive Director who came with 18 years experience in the field of IDD.


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    Job Description


     


    We are an HCS Provider seeking a Case Manager to start with a partial caseload leading to a full caseload. Candidate for the position MUST have HCS experience and understand the demands of case management in the HCS program.


    **MUST KNOW WHAT "HCS" IS AND HAVE EXPERIENCE IN HCS!**


    Description:



    • The Case Manager is responsible for thorough oversight of the services, Waiver and Non-Waiver, provided to an individual receiving Home and Community-based (HCS) services.

    • Ensure completion, according to an Individual’s IPC, of Implementation Plan, Goals, and progress monitoring.

    • Be in attendance for IPC/PDP meetings with completed case manager packets upon completion of meetings.

    • This position ensures compliance with company policies & procedures, HCS Billing Guidelines, Texas Administrative Codes pertaining to the HCS program and HCS Handbook.

    • Maintain a positive and amicable correspondence with local authorities and Service Coordination workers.

    • Ensure compliance with time sensitive deadlines, such as but not limited to, the completion of IPCs, IDRCs, ICAPs, and all documents related to an HCS recipients case.

    • Ensure thorough documentation on a monthly and/or quarterly basis detailing the monitoring of all services provided to each individual on their assigned case load;

    • Treat the individuals and staff with dignity and respect;

    • Develop and maintain a positive work environment that emphasizes quality of service delivery, continuous improvement, team-work, and high performance;

    • Implement company policies & procedures;

    • Ensure that proper training has been arranged for staff pertaining to individual client needs with appropriate personnel. (i.e. Nurse, CM, HR)

    • Ensure progress notes are accurately documented on a daily basis.

    • Ensure that the goals for each client are implemented as instructed according to the Implementation Plan.

    • Ensure that Behavior Modification Program (BMP) are followed as instructed.

    • Ensure that appropriate documentation is completed for any given situation (i.e. body check, incident reports, etc.)

    • Assist in resolving conflict(s) between client and/or staff.

    • Be available to a client, which may require face-to-face, in emergency situations.

    • Provide the Executive Director with a progress of day program services, at least bi-weekly, via telephone or in person.

    • Attend all trainings/meetings deemed as mandatory by A Treasure of Dreams. If unable to attend, advance notice is to be provided to upper management and accommodations agreed upon;

    • Submit all HCS & company related documents to appropriate personnel.

    • Coordinate the client’s community activities for the group home and day program.


    Any other tasks assigned by the Executive Director pertaining to the well-being of the company, its Day Program and individuals served.


    Job Type: Full-time


    Salary: $28,000.00 to $38,000.00 /year


     


    Company Description

    Christian-based organization that started in 2012 by the Executive Director who came with 18 years experience in the field of IDD.


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    Job Description


    LIVE-IN DIRECT CARE STAFF POSITION HAS IMMEDIATE OPENING


    *This is a Live-in / Overnight position *


    Two shifts available:
    Friday 3 pm - Monday 9 am
    Monday 3 pm - Friday 9 am (off 9 am-3 pm)


    Are you looking for a fulfilling place to work, to share your compassion and dedication? Imagine doing something you love, and getting paid for it. A Treasure of Dreams was created to help people diagnosed with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities live their best life, through community living and socializing. We are currently looking for someone with a big heart, that has a passion to serve, and understand the importance of being a team player.


    We are an HCS Provider seeking experienced direct care staff who have successfully worked in a residential group home setting providing exceptional care to adults diagnosed with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities. Applicant must understand HCS Principles and expectations, for this is a live in position for weekdays and weekends


    Responsibilities include, but not limited to:



    • Assistance with bathing, personal hygiene, oral care, ADLs

    • Medication Administration under the supervision of an RN

    • Assistance with personal goals implementation and documentation; implement training and behavior programs as outlined in the resident's individualized plan

    • Daily documentation of progress notes

    • Thorough cleaning and sanitation of the group home environment

    • Cooking/Meal Preparation after assisting residents with proper nutritional meal planning

    • Provide Transportation

    • Assisting the residents with ambulation and mobility, must be able to lift with no restrictions

    • Conduct habilitation activities that train the individual to develop or improve skills that allow the individual to live more independently, develop socially valued behaviors, integrate into community activities, encourage leisure activities

    • Supervise the residents' safety and security

    • Report changes in condition and needs to the appropriate chain of command

    • Ensure Client Rights are protected

    • Report facility maintenance issues to the appropriate chain of command


    Applicants must understand that in order to be considered for an interview they must possess ALL of the following:



    • Positive and enthusiastic work ethic; able to work independently, completing all assignments with minimal supervision.

    • Clean Criminal Background and Employee Misconduct Check

    • Agree to pre-employment and random drug screening

    • Valid TDL with clean driving record

    • Excellent Communication Skills, seeking information

    • Must be honest and trustworthy

    • Minimum of HS Diploma

    • Minimum of 1 FULL year direct care staff experience IN THE HCS PROGRAM preferred


    Job Type: Full-time


     


    Company Description

    Christian-based organization that started in 2012 by the Executive Director who came with 18 years experience in the field of IDD.


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    Job Description


    Reliable, energetic and resourceful live-out or Live-in  Nanny needed for 2 children (2.5 months + 4 years) in Quogue, Long Island! Schedule is Mon-Fri from 8am-6pm, Rate is $22-25/hr. The ideal candidate is energetic, active, easygoing, positive, flexible, respectful, professional, organized, engaging, innately helpful, creative, and safety conscious! This is a wonderful family who will treat their nanny like a member of the family! A candidate who enjoys outdoor play time and learning will excel in this role! The family is also minutes from the beach.


    Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:


    1. Manage daily care and supervision of infant and Preschooler


    a. Feed, bathe, change, and dress infant and preschooler


    b. Adhere to children’s schedule, including naps/sleep and activities


    c. Organize calendar arranging independently for routine playdates, outings, etc


    2. Implement regularly and independently children’s educational and developmental activities


    a. Facilitate intellectual development (eg. words, numbers, enrichment, etc)


    b. Facilitate physical development (eg. running, stacking, using utensils, etc) in a high-energy, creative and playful way


    c. Facilitate social development, helping to make connections with friends and arranging playdates


    3. Manage all aspects of children’s property with utmost cleanliness and organization – including, meals/snacks and clean-up, hanging clothes, cleaning toys/books, diaper bag, etc.


    Position and schedule:


    The proposed regular weekly work schedule is:


    Monday-Friday 8am-6pm. Nanny must be flexible for occasional weekly change. This position is live-in with private room with own bathroom.


    The successful candidate would be flexible to work additional evening hours on weekdays or weekends from time to time upon prior discussion.


    Compensation:


    $22-24/hr. Paid Holiday


    Job requirements:


    § Excellent references required from current and previous employers


    § Minimum 3 years childcare related work experience with infants/toddlers.


    § Must Swim & Drive (family will provide vehicle)


    § Must be up-to-date on vaccinations


    § Comfortable getting Covid-19 test


    § Coronavirus Antibody test


    § Have command of English, Spanish or Hebrew Speaking a plus


    § Certification in CPR and First Aid


    Company Description

    Tiny Treasures Nanny Agency. We are a premier Nanny and household staffing agency helping families nationwide. Our firm helps families with Career Nannies, Newborn Care Specialist, Private Education, Night Nanny, Personal Assistants, Private Chefs, Housekeepers, Estate Managers and more. Tiny Treasures Nanny Agency is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, sexual preference, height, weight, health, age, political belief, creed, national origin, marital status, union activity, or disability as required by applicable federal state and local law. ***All interviews are by appointment only for applicants who have completed the application- We do not accept walk-in candidates.***


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    Job Description


    LIVE-IN DIRECT CARE STAFF POSITION HAS IMMEDIATE OPENING


    *This is a Live-in / Overnight position *


    Two shifts available:
    Friday 3 pm - Monday 9 am
    Monday 3 pm - Friday 9 am (off 9 am-3 pm)


    Are you looking for a fulfilling place to work, to share your compassion and dedication? Imagine doing something you love, and getting paid for it. A Treasure of Dreams was created to help people diagnosed with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities live their best life, through community living and socializing. We are currently looking for someone with a big heart, that has a passion to serve, and understand the importance of being a team player.


    We are an HCS Provider seeking experienced direct care staff who have successfully worked in a residential group home setting providing exceptional care to adults diagnosed with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities. Applicant must understand HCS Principles and expectations, for this is a live in position for weekdays and weekends


    Responsibilities include, but not limited to:



    • Assistance with bathing, personal hygiene, oral care, ADLs

    • Medication Administration under the supervision of an RN

    • Assistance with personal goals implementation and documentation; implement training and behavior programs as outlined in the resident's individualized plan

    • Daily documentation of progress notes

    • Thorough cleaning and sanitation of the group home environment

    • Cooking/Meal Preparation after assisting residents with proper nutritional meal planning

    • Provide Transportation

    • Assisting the residents with ambulation and mobility, must be able to lift with no restrictions

    • Conduct habilitation activities that train the individual to develop or improve skills that allow the individual to live more independently, develop socially valued behaviors, integrate into community activities, encourage leisure activities

    • Supervise the residents' safety and security

    • Report changes in condition and needs to the appropriate chain of command

    • Ensure Client Rights are protected

    • Report facility maintenance issues to the appropriate chain of command


    Applicants must understand that in order to be considered for an interview they must possess ALL of the following:



    • Positive and enthusiastic work ethic; able to work independently, completing all assignments with minimal supervision.

    • Clean Criminal Background and Employee Misconduct Check

    • Agree to pre-employment and random drug screening

    • Valid TDL with clean driving record

    • Excellent Communication Skills, seeking information

    • Must be honest and trustworthy

    • Minimum of HS Diploma

    • Minimum of 1 FULL year direct care staff experience IN THE HCS PROGRAM preferred


    Job Type: Full-time


     


    Company Description

    Christian-based organization that started in 2012 by the Executive Director who came with 18 years experience in the field of IDD.


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    Job Description

     Real Estate title insurance processor and closer


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    Job Description


    We are seeking a Clinical Director to help us develop a strong vibrant ABA agency in a fast growing environment with enormous potential!


    Responsibilities:



    • Monitoring and assessing the clinical progress of all clients by ensuring appropriate assessments are used and clinically sound treatment plans are developed and implemented

    • Serving as point of contact regarding clinical concerns from parents and BTs and resolving concerns within clinic service policies

    • Reviewing all reports for compliance with funding source requirements and clinical quality

    • Coaching, mentoring and providing performance assessments of clinical staff ,

    • Meet with MA level supervisors monthly to discuss clinical programs and policy/procedure changes

    • Understand and implement plans to address supervisory needs including: Clinical Prescription fulfillment needs, staffing issues,

    • As needed participate in development of special projects including: Clinical program development, staff training

    • Develop new programs and perform ongoing adjustments to current programs as needed

    • Support staff in meeting productivity requirements both clinical and billable hours requirement.


    Qualifications:



    • Passionate about client care and staff development

    • Experience in a managerial role

    • Strong leadership qualities

    • Strong organizational skills

    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills


    Company Description

    Hidden Treasures Behavioral Therapy Services is an agency providing ABA services to children and young adults with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We are committed to providing the very best and most professional services to our clients.
    If you are interested in joining an expanding organization and have a real passion for helping individuals with ASD, please contact us. Check out our website at htaba.com
    We look forward to hearing from you.


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    Job Description


     


    We are an HCS Provider seeking a Case Manager to start with a partial caseload leading to a full caseload. Candidate for the position MUST have HCS experience and understand the demands of case management in the HCS program.


    **MUST KNOW WHAT "HCS" IS AND HAVE EXPERIENCE IN HCS!**


    Description:



    • The Case Manager is responsible for thorough oversight of the services, Waiver and Non-Waiver, provided to an individual receiving Home and Community-based (HCS) services.

    • Ensure completion, according to an Individual’s IPC, of Implementation Plan, Goals, and progress monitoring.

    • Be in attendance for IPC/PDP meetings with completed case manager packets upon completion of meetings.

    • This position ensures compliance with company policies & procedures, HCS Billing Guidelines, Texas Administrative Codes pertaining to the HCS program and HCS Handbook.

    • Maintain a positive and amicable correspondence with local authorities and Service Coordination workers.

    • Ensure compliance with time sensitive deadlines, such as but not limited to, the completion of IPCs, IDRCs, ICAPs, and all documents related to an HCS recipients case.

    • Ensure thorough documentation on a monthly and/or quarterly basis detailing the monitoring of all services provided to each individual on their assigned case load;

    • Treat the individuals and staff with dignity and respect;

    • Develop and maintain a positive work environment that emphasizes quality of service delivery, continuous improvement, team-work, and high performance;

    • Implement company policies & procedures;

    • Ensure that proper training has been arranged for staff pertaining to individual client needs with appropriate personnel. (i.e. Nurse, CM, HR)

    • Ensure progress notes are accurately documented on a daily basis.

    • Ensure that the goals for each client are implemented as instructed according to the Implementation Plan.

    • Ensure that Behavior Modification Program (BMP) are followed as instructed.

    • Ensure that appropriate documentation is completed for any given situation (i.e. body check, incident reports, etc.)

    • Assist in resolving conflict(s) between client and/or staff.

    • Be available to a client, which may require face-to-face, in emergency situations.

    • Provide the Executive Director with a progress of day program services, at least bi-weekly, via telephone or in person.

    • Attend all trainings/meetings deemed as mandatory by A Treasure of Dreams. If unable to attend, advance notice is to be provided to upper management and accommodations agreed upon;

    • Submit all HCS & company related documents to appropriate personnel.

    • Coordinate the client’s community activities for the group home and day program.


    Any other tasks assigned by the Executive Director pertaining to the well-being of the company, its Day Program and individuals served.


    Job Type: Full-time


    Salary: $28,000.00 to $38,000.00 /year


     


    Company Description

    Christian-based organization that started in 2012 by the Executive Director who came with 18 years experience in the field of IDD.


    See full job description

    Job Description


     


    We are an HCS Provider seeking a Case Manager to start with a partial caseload leading to a full caseload. Candidate for the position MUST have HCS experience and understand the demands of case management in the HCS program.


    **MUST KNOW WHAT "HCS" IS AND HAVE EXPERIENCE IN HCS!**


    Description:



    • The Case Manager is responsible for thorough oversight of the services, Waiver and Non-Waiver, provided to an individual receiving Home and Community-based (HCS) services.

    • Ensure completion, according to an Individual’s IPC, of Implementation Plan, Goals, and progress monitoring.

    • Be in attendance for IPC/PDP meetings with completed case manager packets upon completion of meetings.

    • This position ensures compliance with company policies & procedures, HCS Billing Guidelines, Texas Administrative Codes pertaining to the HCS program and HCS Handbook.

    • Maintain a positive and amicable correspondence with local authorities and Service Coordination workers.

    • Ensure compliance with time sensitive deadlines, such as but not limited to, the completion of IPCs, IDRCs, ICAPs, and all documents related to an HCS recipients case.

    • Ensure thorough documentation on a monthly and/or quarterly basis detailing the monitoring of all services provided to each individual on their assigned case load;

    • Treat the individuals and staff with dignity and respect;

    • Develop and maintain a positive work environment that emphasizes quality of service delivery, continuous improvement, team-work, and high performance;

    • Implement company policies & procedures;

    • Ensure that proper training has been arranged for staff pertaining to individual client needs with appropriate personnel. (i.e. Nurse, CM, HR)

    • Ensure progress notes are accurately documented on a daily basis.

    • Ensure that the goals for each client are implemented as instructed according to the Implementation Plan.

    • Ensure that Behavior Modification Program (BMP) are followed as instructed.

    • Ensure that appropriate documentation is completed for any given situation (i.e. body check, incident reports, etc.)

    • Assist in resolving conflict(s) between client and/or staff.

    • Be available to a client, which may require face-to-face, in emergency situations.

    • Provide the Executive Director with a progress of day program services, at least bi-weekly, via telephone or in person.

    • Attend all trainings/meetings deemed as mandatory by A Treasure of Dreams. If unable to attend, advance notice is to be provided to upper management and accommodations agreed upon;

    • Submit all HCS & company related documents to appropriate personnel.

    • Coordinate the client’s community activities for the group home and day program.


    Any other tasks assigned by the Executive Director pertaining to the well-being of the company, its Day Program and individuals served.


    Job Type: Full-time


    Salary: $28,000.00 to $38,000.00 /year


     


    Company Description

    Christian-based organization that started in 2012 by the Executive Director who came with 18 years experience in the field of IDD.


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    LIVE-IN DIRECT CARE STAFF POSITION HAS IMMEDIATE OPENING


    *This is a Live-in / Overnight position *


    Two shifts available:
    Friday 3 pm - Monday 9 am
    Monday 3 pm - Friday 9 am (off 9 am-3 pm)


    Are you looking for a fulfilling place to work, to share your compassion and dedication? Imagine doing something you love, and getting paid for it. A Treasure of Dreams was created to help people diagnosed with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities live their best life, through community living and socializing. We are currently looking for someone with a big heart, that has a passion to serve, and understand the importance of being a team player.


    We are an HCS Provider seeking experienced direct care staff who have successfully worked in a residential group home setting providing exceptional care to adults diagnosed with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities. Applicant must understand HCS Principles and expectations, for this is a live in position for weekdays and weekends


    Responsibilities include, but not limited to:



    • Assistance with bathing, personal hygiene, oral care, ADLs

    • Medication Administration under the supervision of an RN

    • Assistance with personal goals implementation and documentation; implement training and behavior programs as outlined in the resident's individualized plan

    • Daily documentation of progress notes

    • Thorough cleaning and sanitation of the group home environment

    • Cooking/Meal Preparation after assisting residents with proper nutritional meal planning

    • Provide Transportation

    • Assisting the residents with ambulation and mobility, must be able to lift with no restrictions

    • Conduct habilitation activities that train the individual to develop or improve skills that allow the individual to live more independently, develop socially valued behaviors, integrate into community activities, encourage leisure activities

    • Supervise the residents' safety and security

    • Report changes in condition and needs to the appropriate chain of command

    • Ensure Client Rights are protected

    • Report facility maintenance issues to the appropriate chain of command


    Applicants must understand that in order to be considered for an interview they must possess ALL of the following:



    • Positive and enthusiastic work ethic; able to work independently, completing all assignments with minimal supervision.

    • Clean Criminal Background and Employee Misconduct Check

    • Agree to pre-employment and random drug screening

    • Valid TDL with clean driving record

    • Excellent Communication Skills, seeking information

    • Must be honest and trustworthy

    • Minimum of HS Diploma

    • Minimum of 1 FULL year direct care staff experience IN THE HCS PROGRAM preferred


    Job Type: Full-time


     


    Company Description

    Christian-based organization that started in 2012 by the Executive Director who came with 18 years experience in the field of IDD.


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    We are an HCS Provider seeking a Case Manager to start with a partial caseload leading to a full caseload. Candidate for the position MUST have HCS experience and understand the demands of case management in the HCS program.


    **MUST KNOW WHAT "HCS" IS AND HAVE EXPERIENCE IN HCS!**


    Description:



    • The Case Manager is responsible for thorough oversight of the services, Waiver and Non-Waiver, provided to an individual receiving Home and Community-based (HCS) services.

    • Ensure completion, according to an Individual’s IPC, of Implementation Plan, Goals, and progress monitoring.

    • Be in attendance for IPC/PDP meetings with completed case manager packets upon completion of meetings.

    • This position ensures compliance with company policies & procedures, HCS Billing Guidelines, Texas Administrative Codes pertaining to the HCS program and HCS Handbook.

    • Maintain a positive and amicable correspondence with local authorities and Service Coordination workers.

    • Ensure compliance with time sensitive deadlines, such as but not limited to, the completion of IPCs, IDRCs, ICAPs, and all documents related to an HCS recipients case.

    • Ensure thorough documentation on a monthly and/or quarterly basis detailing the monitoring of all services provided to each individual on their assigned case load;

    • Treat the individuals and staff with dignity and respect;

    • Develop and maintain a positive work environment that emphasizes quality of service delivery, continuous improvement, team-work, and high performance;

    • Implement company policies & procedures;

    • Ensure that proper training has been arranged for staff pertaining to individual client needs with appropriate personnel. (i.e. Nurse, CM, HR)

    • Ensure progress notes are accurately documented on a daily basis.

    • Ensure that the goals for each client are implemented as instructed according to the Implementation Plan.

    • Ensure that Behavior Modification Program (BMP) are followed as instructed.

    • Ensure that appropriate documentation is completed for any given situation (i.e. body check, incident reports, etc.)

    • Assist in resolving conflict(s) between client and/or staff.

    • Be available to a client, which may require face-to-face, in emergency situations.

    • Provide the Executive Director with a progress of day program services, at least bi-weekly, via telephone or in person.

    • Attend all trainings/meetings deemed as mandatory by A Treasure of Dreams. If unable to attend, advance notice is to be provided to upper management and accommodations agreed upon;

    • Submit all HCS & company related documents to appropriate personnel.

    • Coordinate the client’s community activities for the group home and day program.


    Any other tasks assigned by the Executive Director pertaining to the well-being of the company, its Day Program and individuals served.


    Job Type: Full-time


    Salary: $28,000.00 to $38,000.00 /year


     


    Company Description

    Christian-based organization that started in 2012 by the Executive Director who came with 18 years experience in the field of IDD.


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    We are an HCS Provider seeking a Case Manager to start with a partial caseload leading to a full caseload. Candidate for the position MUST have HCS experience and understand the demands of case management in the HCS program.


    **MUST KNOW WHAT "HCS" IS AND HAVE EXPERIENCE IN HCS!**


    Description:



    • The Case Manager is responsible for thorough oversight of the services, Waiver and Non-Waiver, provided to an individual receiving Home and Community-based (HCS) services.

    • Ensure completion, according to an Individual’s IPC, of Implementation Plan, Goals, and progress monitoring.

    • Be in attendance for IPC/PDP meetings with completed case manager packets upon completion of meetings.

    • This position ensures compliance with company policies & procedures, HCS Billing Guidelines, Texas Administrative Codes pertaining to the HCS program and HCS Handbook.

    • Maintain a positive and amicable correspondence with local authorities and Service Coordination workers.

    • Ensure compliance with time sensitive deadlines, such as but not limited to, the completion of IPCs, IDRCs, ICAPs, and all documents related to an HCS recipients case.

    • Ensure thorough documentation on a monthly and/or quarterly basis detailing the monitoring of all services provided to each individual on their assigned case load;

    • Treat the individuals and staff with dignity and respect;

    • Develop and maintain a positive work environment that emphasizes quality of service delivery, continuous improvement, team-work, and high performance;

    • Implement company policies & procedures;

    • Ensure that proper training has been arranged for staff pertaining to individual client needs with appropriate personnel. (i.e. Nurse, CM, HR)

    • Ensure progress notes are accurately documented on a daily basis.

    • Ensure that the goals for each client are implemented as instructed according to the Implementation Plan.

    • Ensure that Behavior Modification Program (BMP) are followed as instructed.

    • Ensure that appropriate documentation is completed for any given situation (i.e. body check, incident reports, etc.)

    • Assist in resolving conflict(s) between client and/or staff.

    • Be available to a client, which may require face-to-face, in emergency situations.

    • Provide the Executive Director with a progress of day program services, at least bi-weekly, via telephone or in person.

    • Attend all trainings/meetings deemed as mandatory by A Treasure of Dreams. If unable to attend, advance notice is to be provided to upper management and accommodations agreed upon;

    • Submit all HCS & company related documents to appropriate personnel.

    • Coordinate the client’s community activities for the group home and day program.


    Any other tasks assigned by the Executive Director pertaining to the well-being of the company, its Day Program and individuals served.


    Job Type: Full-time


    Salary: $28,000.00 to $38,000.00 /year


     


    Company Description

    Christian-based organization that started in 2012 by the Executive Director who came with 18 years experience in the field of IDD.


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    Inspects, repairs, installs, modifies, rebuilds, constructs and maintains woodwork and other related structures.

    Responsibilities:
    Operates stationary power tools, hand power tools and hand tools to cut, form and finish
    materials to yacht quality standards for service orders.
    Performs joinery work on vessels to fabricate and fit bulkheads, ceilings, windshields, windows,
    furniture, cabinets, decks, trim, handrails, cap rails and any other marine related joinery work.
    Overtime, nights and weekend work may be required as customer service needs fluctuate.


     


    Required Skills


    Technical Skills:


    ·         Fabricate & Install Handrails, Bunks & Berths, Cabinets, Doors and Jambs, Dressers/Buffets, night stands, vanities, Teak Cap Rails


    ·         Fabricate Molds


    ·         Hull Repair


    ·         Layout & Fabricate Stairs


    ·         Layout & Install Electronics


    ·         Layout, Fabricate & Install Hard Overhead Panels


    ·         Perform Cabinet Machining & Assembly


    ·         Shape & Fit Rub Rails


    ·         Windshields both Glass & Plexi


    ·         Fabricate Curved Woodwork & Furniture


    ·         Fabricate Entertainment Centers


    ·         Shape & Fit Covering Boards


    ·         Task Planning, Scheduling & Execution
    Service/Interpersonal Skills:


    · ·         Follows policies, accept external controls and supervision and work within the rules.


    ·         Tendency to display endurance and capacity for a fast pace


    ·         Possess a positive attitude regarding people and outcomes.


    ·         Tendency to be friendly, cooperative, agreeable. To be a team person.


    ·         Ability to easily adapt to change


    ·         Able to work independently at times and make sound decisions.


    ·         Knows limitations and when to ask for help.


    The ability to stoop, crouch, pull, push, reach, hear, near vision, kneel, talk, stand, grasp, lift up to 50 lbs and able to walk  quickly to/from job locations up to 600 yards in distance are required.


    Required Experience


    High School Diploma or GED
    Vocational/Technical/Business School
    Minimum 5 years experience is this occupation


     


    Must be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer.   Drug Free Workplace


    Company Description

    Our mission is to be the Best In Class manpower support company by operating on the principals of delivering the highest level professionalism, integrity, honesty, and safety to our valued employees and clients.

    Lead Staffing, established in 2010, specializes in Construction, Industrial and Marine Staffing of Skilled Tradespeople throughout the United States of America. Our goal is to work with regional and national contractors that share our commitment towards safety and to provide long term rewarding work assignments for our valued employees.

    Our success in consistently filling our customer's orders is directly related to the tenure of our sales and recruiting staff, all of whom on average have in excess of 10 years industry experience.


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     The Optician is the most diverse position at Treasures State Eye Care. The Optician is a cross-functional position of administrative, technical, and retail. The major responsibility of the Optician is to review prescriptions written by optometrists to give patients the proper eyewear. The Optician helps patients/customers pick the best frames for their glasses and their needs, repair broken frames and adjust eyewear when necessary. The Optician also needs to be able to educate individuals about how to properly handle and clean glasses. In order to properly measure and fit glasses, the Optician needs to go through an apprenticeship program or earn an associate degree with coursework in eye physiology and optics. This position will interact with patients/customers and is expected to deliver an exceptional patient/customer experience, foster patient/customer retention, and promotes outstanding associate/doctor satisfaction.This job description intends to describe the general nature of the Optician. It is not intended to include all duties and responsibilities. The listed below are not in order of priority.



    • Greet and direct patients and customers

    • Update and maintain Electronic Health Records

    • Open and/or closing the Lab and the Office as needed, dictated by schedule

    • Contact Lens teaching

    • Product Knowledge

    • Obtain patient prescriptions from Optometrists

    • Take patient/customer information and measurements of the ocular area

    • Recommend frames that suit the patient/customer's style, face, and specifications

    • Dispense glasses and contact lenses

    • Use specialized equipment

    • Repair broken frames

    • Educate patients/customers on how to wear and maintain glasses and contact lenses

    • Execute frames, lens or contact lens ordering

    • Execute Rx orders and instructions per request of the Optometrists 

    • Work as a team with Optometrists, Optometric Technicians and Administrative Staff 


     


    Optician Job Requirements



    • A High School Diploma or equivalent

    • An Associate's Degree in Opticianry is a benefit

    • An Opticianry Certification or Licensed Optician is a benefit 

    • On-the-job training and experience in clinical work is a benefit

    • Excellent customer service skills and sales ability

    • Strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills

    • Self motivation, and ability to work under pressure

    • Detail oriented and meticulous 



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    Special Education Preschool seeking NYS Certified Teaching Assistant to work as part of the interdisciplinary team providing special education services to children with disabilities ages 3-5.


    Qualifications: New York State Teaching Assistant Certification or working toward certification. Experience working with young children. College students working toward a degree in early childhood / special education and eligible for Teaching Assistant Certification are encouraged to apply.


    Company Description

    Special Education Preschool


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    Job Description


    We are looking for a qualified Preschool Teacher to prepare small children for kindergarten by easing them into organized education. You will teach them important elements that they will encounter soon after they enter school life. A preschool teacher must have a great love and patience for children. Qualifications needed to teach them effectively include knowledge of best practices and preschool educational methods as well as the ability to engage them and earn their trust and attention. The goal is to contribute to the healthy mental and emotional development of the child so they can more easily acclimate in the next level of education.


    Responsibilities



    • Develop a careful and creative program suitable for preschool children

    • Employ a variety of educational techniques (storytelling, educational play, media etc.) to teach children

    • Observe each child to help them improve their social competencies and build self-esteem

    • Encourage children to interact with each other and resolve occasional arguments

    • Guide children to develop their artistic and practical capabilities through a carefully constructed curriculum (identify shapes, numbers or colors, do crafts etc.)

    • Organize nap and snack hours and supervise children to ensure they are safe at all times

    • Track children’s progress and report to parents

    • Communicate with parents regularly to understand the children’s background and psyche

    • Collaborate with other educators

    • Maintain a clean and tidy classroom consistent with health and safety standards


    Skills



    • Proven experience as a Preschool Teacher

    • Excellent understanding of the principles of child development and preschool educational methods

    • Familiarity with safety and sanitation guidelines for classrooms

    • Excellent communication and instructional skills

    • Ability to act as mediator between children

    • Cool-tempered, friendly and reliable

    • Balance between a creative mind and a practical acumen

    • Certification in child CPR

    • Valid Fingerprint Card

    • TB Test (within 6 mo or attain prior to start date)


    Company Description

    Working in a Child Care Center required (3+ yrs. minimum). We are a child care center that provides a safe, clean, happy and educational environment. We give children, parents and staff Peace of Mind. When they Need it!!!


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    Engaging and resourceful live-out/live-in Nanny needed for 2 boys (18 months + 4 years) who will divide their time between UES of Manhattan and Westchester, NY. Plans are to spend summers upstate, at which the position can be live-in if the candidate does not drive or live close by. Schedule is Mon-Fri from 8am-7pm.The ideal candidate is energetic, active, easygoing, positive, flexible, respectful, professional, organized, engaging, innately helpful, creative, and a team player! This is a wonderful family who will treat their nanny like a member of the family!


    Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:



    • Pitch-in attitude regarding general maintenance and cleanliness of children’s spaces and home

    • Follows parents’ approach to childcare and embraces family parenting style

    • Active engagement and research with stay-at-home mom

    • Execute

    • Manage daily care and supervision of toddler and Preschooler

    • Feed, bathe, change, and dress toddler and preschooler

    • Adhere to children’s schedule, including naps/sleep and activities

    • Organize calendar arranging independently for routine playdates, outings, etc Implement regularly and independently children’s educational and developmental activities

    • Facilitate intellectual development (eg. words, numbers, enrichment, etc)

    • Facilitate physical development (eg. running, stacking, using utensils, etc) in a high-energy, creative and playful way

    • Facilitate social development, helping to make connections with friends and attending playdates


    Manage all aspects of children’s property with utmost cleanliness and organization – including, meals/snacks and clean-up, hanging clothes, cleaning toys/books, diaper bag, etc.


    This is a full-time live-in or live-out position with the general schedule falling on Mondays through Fridays from 8:00am – 7:00pm with additional opportunities for overtime earnings available with advanced notice. Live-in accommodations when in Westchester include a with a bedroom and bathroom. The family is offering a guaranteed 55 hours per week with a competitive hourly range equal to $1100-$1400 weekly take home, plus additional compensation while traveling or for date nights. and swimming are a plus. If driving, a clean driving record is required as well as confident driving abilities.


    Start date for this position is as soon as the family find the right fit. This is a long-term position.


    Compensation:


    $20-25/hr. Paid Holiday, Monthly MetroCard


    Qualifications



    • Valid driver’s license and clean driving record a plus

    • Experience with toddler and school age kids

    • Infant/Child CPR and First-Aid certification

    • Comfortable getting Covid-19 test

    • Step-in and step-out intuition and a collaborative spirit to tag team childcare and home management with mom

    • Some schedule flexibility for overtime, evenings and weekends


    Company Description

    Tiny Treasures Nanny Agency. We are a premier Nanny and household staffing agency helping families nationwide. Our firm helps families with Career Nannies, Newborn Care Specialist, Private Education, Night Nanny, Personal Assistants, Private Chefs, Housekeepers, Estate Managers and more. Tiny Treasures Nanny Agency is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, sexual preference, height, weight, health, age, political belief, creed, national origin, marital status, union activity, or disability as required by applicable federal state and local law. ***All interviews are by appointment only for applicants who have completed the application- We do not accept walk-in candidates.***


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    Job Description


    We have immediate need to fill both day and night shifts!


    Looking for caregivers to join our home care family


    At ComForCare Home Care we value our home care aides like family. We celebrate success and have fun! Our focus is to help our clients and employees live their best life possible.


    We invite you to become part of our team! We have open positions and are looking for the very best to support clients in their homes. Whether you are looking to get started in a home care career or are an experienced aide, we have something for you.

    Caregiver Positions

    We hire Caregivers and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) to provide non-medical home care services for their clients. Ideal candidates demonstrate a devotion to caring for others with reliability and compassion. Caregiver candidates should also understand the needs of home care clients and be willing and ready to learn all there is to know about home care giving.

    A Fulfilling Career

    Caregivers truly make a difference in the lives of seniors, their families, and ultimately society. By helping to perpetuate a culture in which elders can expect to receive top-notch care in the comfort of their own homes, caregivers are helping to ensure a better future for everyone. Caregivers can also enjoy playing games, attending local events, and providing companionship for the seniors in their care in order to help seniors live a happy and complete life. Caregiving is certainly not your 9-to-5 job. 


     


    *Each office is independently owned and operated.



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    Job Description


     


    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:



    • Arrive each day prepared to work at your appointed time.

    • Be prepared to leave at the end of the day only after patient care is completed.

    • Reviews patient file/record, including allergies, problems, medications, and immunization status.

    • Elicits and records information about patient’s medical history.

    • Signs off on all EMR charts in a timely manner.

    • Examines patients for symptoms or physical information.

    • Orders or executes various tests, analyses, and diagnostic images to provide information on patient’s condition.

    • Analyzes reports and findings of tests and examination, and diagnoses condition of patient.

    • Administers or prescribes treatments.

    • Determines and prescribes medication, dosage, and schedule given the patient’s condition and allergies.

    • Discusses any possible side effects to medication or immunization with patie


    With in 90 days of hire must be able to obtain:



    • DOT medical examiner certification

    • Be willing to learn and utilize EMR and tablet/laptop technology at the bedside.

    • Prescribes and administers vaccinations to immunize patient from communicable diseases.

    • Promotes health by advising patients about diet, hygiene, and methods for prevention of disease.

    • Performs surgical procedures appropriate to and Urgent Care setting with surgical competency.

    • Daily follow up on laboratory tests and X-Rays

    • Conducts physical examinations to provide information needed for admission to school, consideration for jobs, or eligibility for insurance coverage.

    • Understanding of the concepts of universal precautions, HIPAA and OSHA

    • Team player who is equally comfortable working independently.

    • Warm, friendly attitude with excellent patient interaction skills

    • Excellent verbal and communication skills, adaptable in different situations, possesses excellent client interaction skills and able to multi-task


    OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:



    • Excellent judgment and discretion; ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously, meet deadlines, and handle work-related stress is required.

    • Friendly, courteous, service-oriented, professional, outgoing, and customer service oriented.

    • Remain calm and professional in stressful situations.

    • Detail oriented while maintaining an extremely positive attitude.

    • Must be able to work independently and productively with minimum supervision.

    • Recognize problems, identify possible causes and resolve routine problems.

    • Team player with a “can do” attitude who can work in a fast-paced environment.

    • Ability to establish and maintain professional atmosphere for employees, clients and customers


    OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:



    • Must be able to work outside of regular business hours which may include evenings and weekends.

    • Travels as necessary to meet operational needs.

    • Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field.

    • Knowledge of the information and techniques needed to diagnose and treat human injuries, diseases, and deformities. This includes symptoms, treatment alternatives, drug properties and interactions, and preventive health-care measures.



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    Manages employees and operations of the sales department.


    Key Result Areas



    • Sales Department Operations


    • Customer Service


    • Management



    Major Duties and Responsibilities


    1)


    Sales Department Operations



    • Oversee and manage all operations of new and pre-owned vehicles.


    • Ensure sales department contributes acceptable levels of gross and net profit.


    • Ensure sales personnel are well trained, motivated, and available when needed.


    • Determine sales quotas for sales personnel in accordance to their skill levels.


    • Oversee sales, trade-ins, and delivery of all new and used vehicles.


    • Maintain a sales history and/or vehicle history log book.


    • Establish realistic forecasts.


    • Initiate and maintain an inventory control system along with net profit objectives which eliminate the possibility of lower than anticipated profits.


    • Become familiar and efficient with all phases of the computer system required for sales management.


    • Maintain a balanced new unit inventory in proportion to sales.


    • Establish procedures to ensure timely and proper completion of all paperwork.


    • Maintain showroom with a variety of vehicles set-up with different accessories and paint schemes, displayed in a well lighted environment which draws customers.


    • Initiate procedures for quick and efficient handling of warranty items, including tagging and proper storage of these items.


    • Maintain clean efficient facilities.



    2)


    Customer Service



    • Provide prompt, dependable, high quality, vehicle sales to customers by using current pro-active feature benefit sales techniques.


    • Greet customers immediately, in a courteous and friendly manner.


    • Handle telephone transactions quickly, and courteously.


    • Ensure customers are properly qualified for needs, wants, and ability to buy.


    • Institute a feature / benefit selling methodology so that all customers receive consistent treatment when doing business.


    • Ensure cross sales of P&A, financing, general merchandise, warranties, HOG Dues, insurance products and services.


    • Develop and ensure use of a common and consistent quotation methodology for vehicle sales, trade-ins and purchases.


    • Establish and ensure road test, pre-delivery inspection, and vehicle delivery policies and procedures are followed.


    • Handle customer complaints reasonably, showing empathy and a positive attitude, and demonstrate our commitment to Make Things Right.



    3)


    Management



    • Maintain sales followup programs.


    • Maintain budgeted revenue and expense objectives.


    • Develop promotional campaigns in conjunction with the parts and service departments.


    • Maintain efficiency reports on sales representatives.


    • Provide reports to GM, as requested.


    • Develop monthly and annual objectives for the department in collaboration with GM.


    • Attend training sessions to keep current with sales department issues.



    4)


    Other Duties


    • As necessary


    Supervisory Responsibilities



    • Establish departmental work schedule, balancing the work load of all employees.


    • Train Sales Representatives to use consistent and current sales methodologies.


    • Set policies and procedures for sales department.


    • Manage employee performance (evaluate and council) and conduct performance reviews in a timely manner.


    • Assist with recruiting, interviewing, hiring, and terminating employees.


    • Forward records of all employee performance reviews, disciplinary actions, job promotions, pay adjustments and letters of recommendation to appropriate personnel for placement in personnel files.


    • Provide training for all sales employees (seminars; workshops; sales schools, etc.).



    Commitments



    • Treat all employees and customers fairly, courteously, and with dignity.


    • Model superior customer service behavior for all sales personnel by maintaining positive relationships with customers, employees GM and owner(s).


    • Remain current with all sales department training available by reviewing ProSell & P.A.C.E. tapes and attending seminars, workshops, and other related training programs.


    • Be prompt and available for flexible scheduling.


    • Be honest and fair in all business dealings.


    • Demonstrate an interest in growing the sales business.


    • Focus on quality.



    Qualifications & Job Requirements



    • A great attitude and willingness to learn and adapt to industry best practices


    • Prefer knowledge and experience with sales of Harley-Davidson/Buell motorcycles, and other products sold by the dealership, or the demonstrated ability to quickly learn them.



    We are an equal opportunity employer and prohibit discrimination/harassment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.


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    Treasure Island Resort Condominium is looking for a Janitor / Common Area Cleaner Supervisor to join our team at our Panama City Beach resort! Weekends are a must . Hours will range from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm including weekends and holidays. Shift will be eight hours but starting hours may vary.


    Responsibilities



    • Performs a variety of cleaning duties as assigned including but not limited to sweeping, mopping, dusting, polishing, trash disposal, window cleaning, cleans restrooms, refills all dispensers such as hand towels, toilet paper & hand soap. Cleans toilets, urinals, sinks, mirrors & counters.

    • Maintains all cleaning solutions in accordance to OSHA requirements for hazardous chemicals.

    • Removes trash from premises and assists in emergency cleaning.

    • Ability to properly utilize equipment and follow safety procedures.

    • Responsible for maintaining the appropriate level of cleaning supplies for assigned areas.

    • Must present a clean and neat appearance. Have effective written and verbal communication skills, strong customer service skills, and be able communication clearly and effectively.

    • Maintains friendly and professional attitude.

    • Supervises and monitors staff including assigning duties and daily tasking. Must be good leader who promotes respectful work environment and ensures cleanliness of resort.


    Qualifications



    • Ability to move up to 75 lbs

    • High School Diploma or GED

    • 3+ years of previous professional Cleaning/Janitorial experience (preferred)

    • Ability to work in different environmental working conditions (e.g. heat, cold, wind, rain)

    • This person must have good communication skills and can work in a fast paced environment.

    • 3+ years of Supervisory/Management experience


    Benefits



    • Health

    • Competitive wage

    • Paid time off and paid holidays


    Company Description

    Luxury Resort Condominium located on beautiful Panama City Beach, FL.


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    Energetic and self-confident assistant needed for a multi-location and quickly growing medical practice. Some assigned tasks will be performed regularly, and others will be assigned based on the project at hand. Must be flexible and able to travel between multiple locations (if needed). This position will report directly to the management team.


    We are seeking a high energy team member who wants to be part of a great company that is doing innovative and interesting things.


    The ideal candidate will:



    • Enjoy a fast-paced environment

    • Possess exceptional organization skills

    • Comfortably prioritize when faced with multiple time-sensitive tasks/projects



    • Think critically/analytically

    • Creatively solve problems

    • Have intermediate MS Office skills (Excel, Word, Outlook, particularly)

    • Have above average aptitude for learning software programs

    • Have some experience or education in bookkeeping/accounting

    • Have some experience in HR

    • Have experience in the medical field (a definite plus)

    • Truly enjoy being a team player and working collaboratively with all members of a multi-disciplinary team including the finance staff as well as the medical staff.


    Please apply with a cover letter telling us why your experience as well as your hourly wage requirement.


    Company Description

    A busy urgent care management center with multiple locations in Palm Beach, Martin, Alachua, Highlands, and Okeechobee counties that focuses on quality results and family-like treatment for all its patients. Our employees are dedicated to improving our patients' experience with the medical industry by providing a level of excellence that consistently exceeds expectations. Our employees are the heart of our clinics.


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    Job Description


    We are currently seeking to hire a Roof & Siding Salesman to join our team!


    Responsibilities:



    • Establish sales territories, quotas, and goals for the sales team

    • Analyze sales statistics to identify areas of improvement

    • Track results and trends regularly for business forecasting

    • Develop and execute innovative sales strategies

    • Build and form new partnerships with potential clients


    Qualifications:



    • Previous experience in sales, customer service, or related field 

    • Knowledge of estimating roofing/siding 

    • Experience as a supervisor or manager

    • Familiarity with CRM platforms

    • Strong leadership qualities

    • Ability to build rapport with clients


    Treasure Valley Exteriors is a local home improvement company, with 9 years in business and “A” ratings everywhere. We are looking for an experienced salesperson who would be a PERFECT FIT.


     


    Are you an experienced and successful Home Improvement Salesperson—just working for the wrong Home Improvement company? Maybe your current Home Improvement employer has ridiculously high pricing. Maybe the don't have great ratings or don't follow through with what they promised? Do you possess a thorough understanding of Roof Systems, Siding Systems, and how to measure and price them? Are you a person of high integrity, who is highly motivated to make an excellent living, represent an outstanding company well, and be a part of a team, helping local consumers? If you are someone who can answer “YES!!!” to these questions, and you understand that being more interested in helping your customer is more important than helping yourself, then you may qualify for this position.


     


    You MUST be fluent in at least one of the main vocabularies of our business, relative to in-home sales of Roofing and Siding. You MUST possess excellent sales/communication skills, desire, initiative and willingness to work. You MUST have a clean history with the law and be able to pass a background check.


     


    IF you have all of these, a SIX FIGURE INCOME is likely just around the corner for you. Please don’t waste our time, but if you are QUALIFIED as above, please contact us immediately and meet us for an interview.


    Company Description

    A locally owned home improvement business and our company enjoys a very good reputation and has been operating over 9 years here in the valley.


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    Job Description


     


    Duties include :



    • General repair and maintenance of plant equipment

    • General Automotive maintenance

    • Tractor and trailer general maintenance

    • Small engine and trailer equipment repair

    • Pull and prepare orders for shipment

    • Receive, verify, stage and stock all incoming material

    • Ensure warehouse is clean, organized, secure and safe at all times

    • Use of forklifts when needed


    Requirements :



    • 5 years minimum hands on warehouse/mechanical experience in any field

    • Current Florida drivers license

    • CDL A is helpful but not required

    • Welding and fabrication is helpful but not required


    Benefits include :



    • Overtime available each week

    • Health insurance

    • Flexible hours

    • Friendly work environment


    Job Type: Full-time


    Salary:


    Experience:



    • customer service: 1 year (Preferred)

    • warehouse: 1 year (Preferred)


    License:


    Work Location:


    • One location

    Benefits:



    • Health insurance

    • Dental insurance

    • Vision insurance

    • Retirement plan

    • Paid time off


    This Job Is:



    • A job for which military experienced candidates are encouraged to apply

    • A job for which all ages, including older job seekers, are encouraged to apply

    • Open to applicants who do not have a college diploma


    Schedule:


    • Monday to Friday

    Benefit Conditions:



    • Waiting period may apply

    • Only full-time employees eligible


    Work Remotely:


    • No

    Company Description

    Our mission is to be the Best In Class manpower support company by operating on the principals of delivering the highest level professionalism, integrity, honesty, and safety to our valued employees and clients.

    Lead Staffing, established in 2010, specializes in Construction, Industrial and Marine Staffing of Skilled Tradespeople throughout the United States of America. Our goal is to work with regional and national contractors that share our commitment towards safety and to provide long term rewarding work assignments for our valued employees.

    Our success in consistently filling our customer's orders is directly related to the tenure of our sales and recruiting staff, all of whom on average have in excess of 10 years industry experience.


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    Job Description


    We are seeking a Supervisor Behavioral Analyst to help us develop a strong vibrant ABA agency in a fast growing environment with enormous potential!


    Responsibilities:



    • Monitoring and assessing the clinical progress of all clients by ensuring appropriate assessments are used and clinically sound treatment plans are developed and implemented

    • Serving as point of contact regarding clinical concerns from parents and BTs and resolving concerns within clinic service policies

    • Reviewing all reports for compliance with funding source requirements and clinical quality

    • Coaching, mentoring and providing performance assessments of clinical staff ,

    • Meet with MA and BCBA level supervisors monthly to discuss clinical programs and policy/procedure changes

    • Understand and implement plans to address supervisory needs including: Clinical Prescription fulfillment needs, staffing issues,

    • As needed participate in development of special projects including: Clinical program development, staff training

    • Develop new programs and perform ongoing adjustments to current programs as needed

    • Support staff in meeting productivity requirements both clinical and billable hours requirement.


    Qualifications:



    • Passionate about client care and staff development

    • Experience in a managerial role

    • Strong leadership qualities

    • Strong organizational skills

    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills


    Company Description

    Hidden Treasures Behavioral Therapy Services is an agency providing ABA services to children and young adults with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We are committed to providing the very best and most professional services to our clients.
    If you are interested in joining an expanding organization and have a real passion for helping individuals with ASD, please contact us. Check out our website at htaba.com
    We look forward to hearing from you.


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    Job Description


    These Our Treasures, Inc. (TOTS) Special Education Preschool located in the Throggs Neck section of the Bronx offers a range of therapeutic services to young children with disabilities. Our educational approach stresses the importance of families in the education process and supports this through diverse inclusion activities for parents and caregivers.


    We are seeking a full-time Social Worker who will be an active member of the interdisciplinary team working directly with families, students and staff.


    The candidate must be a New York State Licensed Social Workerand have experience working in a school setting and/or with young children.


    The school is conveniently located near major roadways and NYC bus transportation. Parking is available on premises.


    Only Licensed Social Workers need to apply.


    Company Description

    Special Education Preschool


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    Job Description


     


    The happiness of those we serve is dependent on the happiness of our associates, so you’ll receive competitive compensation and a benefits package with additional perks designed to make you smile. The work you do will be challenging yet rewarding.


    Responsibilities


    You will keep all areas of resident clean. This important role ensures our work is presented in a positive manner, and help make a house a home. Housekeepers interact with residents and guests in a friendly and courteous manner, and provide help as needed. Become part of our family, grow your skills and career, and have the satisfaction of helping others lives brighter every day.


    Qualifications


    Housekeepers clean floors, dust, wet mop, wax and disinfect resident. Cleaning can include vacuuming, shampooing and deodorizing carpets, and cleaning surfaces throughout the community. Housekeepers also respond to resident room emergencies, and log cleaning activities as required.


    All candidates MUST PASS A BACKGROUND AND DRUG SCREEN.


    Company Description

    Our mission is to be the Best In Class manpower support company by operating on the principals of delivering the highest level professionalism, integrity, honesty, and safety to our valued employees and clients.

    Lead Staffing, established in 2010, specializes in Construction, Industrial and Marine Staffing of Skilled Tradespeople throughout the United States of America. Our goal is to work with regional and national contractors that share our commitment towards safety and to provide long term rewarding work assignments for our valued employees.

    Our success in consistently filling our customer's orders is directly related to the tenure of our sales and recruiting staff, all of whom on average have in excess of 10 years industry experience.


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    Job Description


    Treasure Island Resort Condominium is looking for a Maintenance Technician to join our team at our Panama City Beach resort! Weekends are a must. Shift is from 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm.


    Resort Maintenance Technicians perform routine and preventative maintenance to maintain the physical integrity of resort. They conduct home/building maintenance repairs and are responsible for cleanliness and upkeep of property grounds, facilities, equipment, and various systems. Resort Maintenance Technicians provide excellent customer service to prospective and current guests and residents at all times, and may assist with site setups to ensure timely arrivals and departures of resort guests and residents.


    Job Duties



    • Complete routine maintenance and minor repairs to rental units and facilities.

    • Complete checklists of physical condition of resort rooms prior to and after guest occupancy.

    • Follow safety procedures while performing duties.

    • Other duties and special projects as assigned.


    Requirements



    • High School Education or GED

    • Previous maintenance experience in a resort, preferred

    • Demonstrated knowledge and broad experience in general maintenance techniques and repair work.

    • Ability to endure seasonal temperatures as working conditions require constant outdoor work

    • General knowledge of janitorial work, plumbing, electrical, and grounds maintenance

    • Proficient skills in operating various hand tools, power equipment, and commercial machinery

    • Must be able to lift at least 50 pounds


    Benefits



    • Health

    • Competitive wage

    • Paid time off and paid holidays


    Company Description

    Luxury Resort Condominium located on beautiful Panama City Beach, FL.


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