Full Time

Onboarding Coordinator

Description
Peek is looking for a talented and passionate individual to assist with our operator onboarding efforts. We’re still a small team, so there is an opportunity to have a significant impact in this role. The position is ideal for junior professionals and recent college grads looking to develop a variety of technical and interpersonal skills, while working at an exciting early stage travel technology startup with substantial traction and a fun hard-working environment.

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the primary post-sales contact for tour & activity operators during their initial on boarding and setup process of “Peek Professional” SaaS product suite
  • Handle back-and-forth communication (primarily via phone and e-mail) in a timely manner
  • Design and lead training sessions for operators to learn about the “Peek Professional” SaaS product suite
  • Perform web installations of Peek booking buttons through various CMS platforms
  • Provide strategic guidance to optimize online booking conversions and Peek Pro set up structure
  • Work cross-functionally with Sales, Product, Engineering, and Operations to resolve client issues and provide user feedback

Skills and Qualifications
Requirements (must have):

  • Patient and able to teach new software to non-tech savvy vendors
  • Excellent communication skills, with a friendly yet professional demeanor in both verbal and written communication
  • Very organized with impeccable attention to detail – you’ll be the last set of eyes before projects and web pages go live
  • Proactive and able to work autonomously when necessary
  • Process-oriented, enjoys coordinating work between multiple parties and ensuring everyone contributes effectively and gets what they need
  • Strong computer skills and the ability to learn quickly
  • Adaptable, with the skill to change priorities quickly and work well under pressure
Requirements (nice to have):
  • BA/BS degree preferred, but not required
  • 1-2 years of related work experience, e.g., Customer Service, Technical Support, or Account Management
  • Basic web design skills, including HTML, JavaScript, and CSS Experience with SalesForce or Zoho
  • Business-level Spanish fluency

  • Opens: 03/07/2016
  • Closes: 03/07/2018
  • Rate of Pay: DOE
  • Hours/Days: Full-Time
  • Type of position: Full Time
  • How to apply: http://peekpro.com/jobs/?gh_jid=142477
  • Employer Name: Peek
  • Employer Phone: 855-733-5872
  • Employer Mailing Address: 639 Front St. 3rd floor San Francisco, CA 94111
  • Employer Contact: Alex
  • Email Address:
  • Website: http://www.peek.com

Secretary

Description
Secretary for a full service, Mental Health Clinic.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Skills include answering phones to schedule patients on a computer program scheduler.
  • Computer skills including Word for Windows word processing are needed.
  • The person will also need to work with the person who does the billing, making sure that all insurance companies and patients are billed correctly.

  • Opens: 07/31/2016
  • Closes: 08/02/2020
  • Rate of Pay: $12.00 per hour.
  • Hours/Days: 9 to 5 Mondy-Friday
  • Type of position: Full Time
  • How to apply: Please fax your resume to 208-378-1142.
  • Employer Name: Living Hope Clinic
  • Employer Phone: 208-378-1122
  • Employer Mailing Address: 3308 N. Cole Rd., Ste. A Boise, Idaho 83704
  • Employer Contact: Mrs. Sterns
  • Email Address:
  • Website: http://livinghopeclinic.org

Furniture mover

Description
Boise moving company looking for drivers and non drivers for full time or part time workers. No experience necessary

Skills and Qualifications
None.

  • Opens: 09/29/2016
  • Closes: 10/31/2017
  • Rate of Pay: $10.00/hr and up plus tips
  • Hours/Days: Monday-Saturday
  • Type of position: Full Time
  • How to apply: By email at crosstownmovers@outlook.com In person at 1419 N. Eldorado St, Boise, ID 83704 By phone 378-0226
  • Employer Name: Cross Town Movers
  • Employer Phone: 3780226
  • Employer Mailing Address: 1419 N. Eldorado St Boise, ID 83704
  • Employer Contact: Chris Borchers
  • Email Address:
  • Website: http://www.crosstownmovers.net

Registered Nurse

Description
Observes and assesses health status of patients by physical assessment and examination, interviewing patient and family members, and reviewing patient's health history. Initiates treatments, medications, emergency, and resuscitative measures based on appropriate utilization of providers orders, standing orders and protocols. Administers therapeutic measures as prescribed by the medical or surgical provider such as medication treatments, intravenous fluids, blood transfusion, oxygen therapy, etc. Records observations, nursing interventions, therapeutic measures, hemodynamic monitoring data, and other data relevant to patients in the unit. Responsible for independent management of patients undergoing local anesthesia and IV sedation. Provides specialized knowledge and skills to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of patients undergoing procedures. Operates and monitors specialized equipment pertinent to the unit. Collaborates with members of the medical/surgical and multidisciplinary teams in assessing, planning, and implementing intervention in the management of patient's health care. Provides intravenous and respiratory therapy for patients as indicated by circumstances and needs, following protocol. Utilizes Standards of Care to develop, implement, evaluate, and revise an appropriate problem oriented nursing plan of care for the patient and management of the unit. Monitors supplies and instruments to assure sterility of materials used furthering Quality Assurance of patient care. Collaborates in developing and evaluating standards of care for the patient. Participates as a member of hospital committees relative to patient care. Participates in planning and conducting continuing education in nursing care, quality assurance, performance improvement, and care of instruments and supplies. Collaborates with team members and other personnel as needed to facilitate methods of resolution and solutions to problems. Identifies specific issues that effect program planning and development and works with nursing leadership team to determine methods of solution to those problems. Identifies, initiates, and participates in nursing studies, audits, performance improvement programs, safety workshops, continuing education seminars, etc. Functions in any nursing unit as assigned and appropriate.

Skills and Qualifications
Registered Nurse license

  • Opens: 03/03/2017
  • Closes: 12/31/2017
  • Rate of Pay: varies
  • Hours/Days: 40
  • Type of position: Full Time
  • How to apply: http://fdihb.org/careers Apply Click on nursing Find position of interest Apply
  • Employer Name: Tsehootsooi Medical Center
  • Employer Phone: 928-729-8394
  • Employer Mailing Address: Corner of N12 and N7 Fort Defiance, AZ 86504
  • Employer Contact: Michelle Beasley
  • Email Address:
  • Website: http://fdihb.org

International Teaching Opportunity

Description
We are in need of English-speaking teachers to teach abroad primarily in China. Teachers will not only teach English, but will be teaching other subjects in English. We will help you go through the application process for the school as well as the visa process. If you do not have a TEFL degree, we will help you find where you can receive one. We are here to help you and guide you through your application process as well as assist you while you are in China. We are here to help you every step of the way!

Skills and Qualifications
Required Knowledge, Skills, etc. BA or BS Degree in any subject, love for children, good integrity, ESL or TESOL preferred but will train • Work 35 hours per week. • Teach students between 5-14 years old in small classrooms. • Employment primarily begins in August but is flexible between semesters. • Any age or marital status may apply, but marrieds must apply individually. • One-year Commitment

  • Opens: 07/01/2017
  • Closes: 01/01/2018
  • Rate of Pay: $2100 - 2800 per month
  • Hours/Days: 35-40 hrs/wk
  • Type of position: Full Time
  • How to apply: Please email global.signature@globalssa.org expressing your interest in teaching. We will connect you with an agent to assist you through the application process.
  • Employer Name: Global Signature Services Agency
  • Employer Phone: 7049898517
  • Employer Mailing Address: 3122 Fincher Farm Rd, Suite 100-577
  • Employer Contact: Chelsie Ruiz
  • Email Address:
  • Website: http://globalssa.org/teach/home

English Teacher

Description
Relocate to China 1.Native English Speaker 2Bachelor degree or above, TEFL 3.Punctual 4.Cheerful, active and dynamic with kid. Love kids and love teaching. Hard working and responsible 5.Age between 22-35 6.working days: 5days a week, 8 hours a day office hours included

Skills and Qualifications
1.Follow teaching requirements 2.Prepare and participate in the class activities with the kids

  • Opens: 05/18/2017
  • Closes: 12/01/2017
  • Rate of Pay: 1500-2000
  • Hours/Days: 20
  • Type of position: Full Time
  • How to apply: Send resume to Li.Peng@westada.org
  • Employer Name: Adam Li
  • Employer Phone: (208)-880-6730
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: Adam Li
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Client Service Specialist

Description
Job Description InCom, an Idaho-based Telecommunications Provider, is looking to fill the role of Client Service Specialist. In this position, you will be responsible for handling client questions and concerns with InCom’s Hosted IP PBX and Internet services. This is a position that requires knowledge of the Company’s equipment and applications, as well as excellent client support skills both over the phone and in person. The Client Service Specialist will participate in phases of network services integration, which could include requirements gathering, product research, design and implementation. This is a full time position with a 40 hour work week.

Skills and Qualifications
Job Responsibilities • Maintain a constant line of communication with current and prospective clients • Create service orders and complete the entire billing process • Answer phone calls and respond to emails for clients in a timely manner • Respond to Help Desk and end user service requests • Find and participate in community, Networking, and industry-related events to further develop the opportunities to obtain new business • Manage all social media platforms Requirements • Must have 1+ years of customer service experience • Bachelor’s degree in Communication, Business, Marketing or related field or equivalent experience • Comfortable being public facing • Self-motivated, results-oriented professional with an ability to work with minimum direction

  • Opens: 06/15/2017
  • Closes: 10/30/2017
  • Rate of Pay: DOE
  • Hours/Days: 40/wk
  • Type of position: Full Time
  • How to apply: InCom has a fast paced work environment that embraces change and provides leadership opportunities to every team member. We are on a fast track within the telecommunications industry and are seeking a highly skilled customer minded individual to take us even further. So if you are looking to make a move and are a highly motivated professional who welcomes new challenges, take a look at InCom… We have your next great opportunity! Email resumes to Careers@InComtelecom.com
  • Employer Name: InCom Telecom
  • Employer Phone:
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: Sam Warren
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Pastor

Description
We value our past as we focus on where God is leading what we are yet to become. We're a friendly church family seeking a leader who will join us in this quest, opening our eyes to all the plans Jesus has for us and rejoicing in our united progress toward establishing His kingdom here on Earth. Are you a pastor with a passion to lead our church that is ready to grow? Do you desire a church where you can watch a Children's Group and Young Adult Ministry blossom into something spectacular? Then, have we got a church for you! Come join our family and shepherd some fine-looking sheep! We need a shepherd to help us grow, fellowship, worship, and seek God while we strive to be salt and light to our community. In short, we desire to further our church mission, "Love God, Love Others, Serve Both". We welcome you to join us in our spacious church building!

Skills and Qualifications
 Servant heart  Collegial leadership  Effective Leadership and communication  Relational Connections  Growing understanding of God's ways  Christlike spirit  Inclusive attitude  Biblical priorities  Challenging teacher  Visionary posture

  • Opens: 06/28/2017
  • Closes: 12/31/2018
  • Rate of Pay: Negotiable
  • Hours/Days: Salary
  • Type of position: Full Time
  • How to apply: Please email resume, references, and audio or video of a sermon to AndrewSchaefer39@gmail.com
  • Employer Name: South Side Church of God
  • Employer Phone: 5742915704
  • Employer Mailing Address: 7351 US 31 South, South Bend, IN 46614
  • Employer Contact: Andrew Schaefer
  • Email Address:
  • Website: http://www.sschurchofgod.org/

Personal Care Services

Description
A&R Case Management has been providing services to children and adults with Developmental Disabilities for over 20 years. We take pride in the quality of care that we provide. We are seeking energetic, compassionate staff that would like to join our amazing team. HOW do you know if you would enjoy working with the DD Population? ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A JOB THAT MAKES SUCH A DIFFERENCE? The Developmentally Disabled (DD) population has been kept in isolation for many years. This population still faces stigma of being "strange" or "different". But each day not only the Medical Field, therapists are learning more and more each day. Each client struggles with different challenges, but our Vision is to assist our clients with enriching their daily life. Having someone who is positive and upbeat, is what we are looking for, we want our clients to live each day with as much fulfillment as we can provide for them. What is Personal Care Services? Personal care attendants offer aide services to the developmentally and physically disabled, clients, usually children under 17 years of age. Services are given in clients' home and are based on specific needs of each client, so tasks many vary. Job Duties: PCS - Client needs assistance with any of the following areas:1. Eating Meals 2. Mobility 3. Personal Hygiene 4. Bathing 5. Emergency Response 6. Toileting 7. Transferring 8. Dressing 9. Night Needs 10. Medication Available shifts include:Monday thru Friday: Ranges 9 am to to 6 pm

Skills and Qualifications
Requirements: Must be over the age of 18, Pass the required Pre-Employment Drug Screen, Criminal History Background that may include Idaho State Police. Must be able to operate a vehicle without compromising the safety of employee, client, or others. Must be able to demonstrate competence in certain areas of training, i.e., CPR & First Aid, and Behavior Management. Complete Required training for PCS for Children including a Visions Course. Client Specific Training. Physical Requirements: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; sit; walk; use hands to finger; handle; reach with arms and hands; stoop; kneel; crouch; crawl; talk or hear; taste or smell. Must be able to lift and/or move at least 75 pounds to assist in life skills, such as bathing, physical rescue, and wheel chair assistance. Specific vision abilities may include close vision; color vision and the ability to adjust focus. Exposure to outside weather conditions while working with residents. Noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to occasionally loud.

  • Opens: 07/05/2017
  • Closes: 10/31/2017
  • Rate of Pay: $9.00 - $9.50
  • Hours/Days: Mon - Sun
  • Type of position: Full Time
  • How to apply: Come into location Email Resume
  • Employer Name: A&R Case Management
  • Employer Phone: 2084639313
  • Employer Mailing Address: 3070 12th Ave. Nampa, ID 83686
  • Employer Contact: Tonya Estrada
  • Email Address:
  • Website: http://www.arcasemanagement.com/

Case Manager

Description
You will be working under the supervision of a Clinical Psychologist in a Christian, Mental Health Clinic. In this position you will be linking adults with chronic mental illness to needed resources. In addition, you will often be able to assist them will social skill training and possibly job searching and coaching. This is a contract position in which you will start part-time quickly working up to full time.

Skills and Qualifications
You will need to have a bachelor's degree in one of the social sciences. Some experience in working with people is desirable, but not required as you will be thoroughly trained and coached in the skills you will need.

  • Opens: 08/08/2017
  • Closes: 10/26/2017
  • Rate of Pay: $17.00 per billable hour.
  • Hours/Days: Flexible hours.
  • Type of position: Full Time
  • How to apply: Just email your cover letter and resume.
  • Employer Name: Charles M. Rice, Ph.D.
  • Employer Phone: 2083781122
  • Employer Mailing Address: 3308 NORTH COLE ROAD, SUITE A
  • Employer Contact: Dr. Rice
  • Email Address:
  • Website: http://livinghopeclinic.org

MULTI-SKILLED TECHNICIAN

Description
KTVB, the TEGNA station in Boise, ID, has an opening for a full-time multi-skilled technician. The position is responsible for performing master control operation for KTVB and KTFT. Duties include operating master control automation, prepping video content and monitoring on-air signals. The responsibility involves interpreting program logs, managing playlists and switching program events and commercial breaks. The job also involves operating audio and robotic cameras for newscasts and studio productions. About TEGNA: TEGNA Inc. (NYSE: TGNA) is an innovative media company that serves the greater good of our communities. With 46 stations in 38 markets, TEGNA delivers relevant content and information to consumers across platforms. It is the largest owner of top 4 affiliates in the top 25 markets, reaching approximately one-third of all television households nationwide. Each month, TEGNA reaches 50 million adults on-air and 32 million across its digital platforms. TEGNA has been consistently honored with the industry’s top awards, including Edward R. Murrow, George Polk, Alfred I. DuPont and Emmy Awards. TEGNA delivers results for advertisers through unparalleled and innovative solutions including OTT local advertising network Premion, centralized marketing resource Hatch, and G/O Digital, a one-stop shop for local businesses to connect with consumers through digital marketing. Across platforms, TEGNA tells empowering stories, conducts impactful investigations and delivers innovative marketing solutions. For more information, visit www.TEGNA.com. TEGNA Inc. is a proud equal opportunity employer. We are a drug free, EEO employer committed to a diverse workforce. We encourage and consider all qualified candidates regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity, family responsibilities, disability, enrollment in college or vocational school, political affiliation, veteran status or genetic information.

Skills and Qualifications
The preferred candidate must be familiar with video playback systems, routers and switchers as well as satellite receivers and monitoring systems. Must be organized, flexible and dependable, able to multitask and work well under pressure of deadlines. Looking for a candidate with 2-5 years of broadcasting and television operations experience. The position will be scheduled for evenings, Monday through Friday.

  • Opens: 09/05/2017
  • Closes: 12/05/2017
  • Rate of Pay: DOE
  • Hours/Days: MONDAY-FRIDAY
  • Type of position: Full Time
  • How to apply: http://www.jobs.net/jobs/tegna/en-us/job/United-States/Multi-Skilled-Technician/J3H88568CF1K1Y5HLQJ/
  • Employer Name: KTVB
  • Employer Phone: 916-321-3315
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: MARIE BRANDT
  • Email Address:
  • Website: http://WWW.KTVB.COM

Child Protection Specialist Glasgow MT

Description

  • Assessing child safety;  
  • Determining appropriate interventions to control for safety threats; 
  • Developing treatment plans for parents to build protective capacities and strengthen families; 
  • Implementing timely permanency plans for children that ensure placement stability and meet requirements of established laws; and 
  • Assuring positive outcomes with regards to children’s and families’ well-being; including physical and mental health issues.
  • Child Well-being  

  • Assures child(ren) is evaluated and assessed to determine medical and psychological needs throughout the case.
  • Shares outcomes of evaluations with parent(s) and/or placement and determines if additional services are needed to achieve timely reunification and/or maintain placement stability for child(ren).
  • Makes recommendations for medical, psychological, and other services.
  • Establishes frequent contact between parent, child(ren), and siblings if the child is not placed with siblings when in the best interests of the child(ren).
  •  Attends educational meetings or discusses the educational progress with the parent(s)  
  • And/or placement to assure child’s educational needs are being met. 

Skills and Qualifications

  • Physical and Environmental Demands
    The work of a Child Protection Specialist is extremely difficult and involves extensive field work in the homes of families.  The ability to engage and work with angry and violent individuals, make critical decisions, assess and place children, travel when needed, and remain flexible while working under demanding timelines with strict documentation requirements is required.  Office time is limited due to the field work demands of this position.
     
    Preferred
  • Knowledge of child development, child maltreatment prevention and treatment, and family centered social work practice.
  • Knowledge of the methods and procedures for Child Protection Specialists.
  • Knowledge of the laws and rules pertaining to child protection services such as child safety, permanency and well-being; Indian Child Welfare Act.
  • >Minimum Education and Experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services or psychology, or directly-related degree.
  • Two years of social services work experience, or directly-related work experience, working with children and families in difficult and sometimes volatile situations.
  • Other combinations of directly related education and experience maybe considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • Child protection work experience and professional certification preferred.
  • Experience working with tribal government entities and/or other organizations of native peoples is highly preferred.

  • Opens: 09/06/2017
  • Closes: 12/31/2017
  • Rate of Pay: $34,694.40-43,368.00 yearly
  • Hours/Days: Full Time
  • Type of position: Full Time
  • How to apply: To be considered for any DPHHS Agency position, applicants must complete and submit their application online, as well as upload any required application materials. Successful applicant(s) are required to successfully pass all DPHHS specific background check(s) relevant to each position. https://mtstatejobs.taleo.net/careersection/200/jobdetail.ftl?job=17141537&tz=GMT-06:00
  • Employer Name: Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services
  • Employer Phone: 406-444-3136
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: Department of Public Health and Human Services
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Child Protection Specialist Sidney, MT

Description


Job Overview
 
This position provides family-centered services within a trauma-informed system to assure safety, permanency, and well-being for children who are at risk of or have been subjected to child maltreatment.    Responsibilities include: 
  • Assessing child safety;  
  • Determining appropriate interventions to control for safety threats; 
  • Developing treatment plans for parents to build protective capacities and strengthen families; 
  • Implementing timely permanency plans for children that ensure placement stability and meet requirements of established laws; and 
  • Assuring positive outcomes with regards to children’s and families’ well-being; including physical and mental health issues.
  • Permanency Plan for Children   

  • Engages families in the establishment of a permanency plan when needed and required, and assures plan follows order of placement preference as set forth in statute and policy.
  • Provides ongoing reasonable efforts to implement the permanency plan in a timely manner consistent with the best interests of the child(ren).
  • Prepares timely, clear, factually specific, and accurate affidavits for the District Court to allow the District Court to take steps necessary to timely implement permanency plans; including annual permanency plan reviews for every child.
  • Stays current and informed about the child’s placement activities and issues and works to ensure stability of placement by providing services and interventions for the child(ren) and placement when necessary.  Attends regular meetings with placement resources.
  • Documents contacts and records services to assure prompt payment for services.  Updates records as needed.
  • Child Well-being  
  • Assures child(ren) is evaluated and assessed to determine medical and psychological needs throughout the case.
  • Shares outcomes of evaluations with parent(s) and/or placement and determines if additional services are needed to achieve timely reunification and/or maintain placement stability for child(ren).
  • Makes recommendations for medical, psychological, and other services.
  • Establishes frequent contact between parent, child(ren), and siblings if the child is not placed with siblings when in the best interests of the child(ren).
  •  Attends educational meetings or discusses the educational progress with the parent(s)  
  • And/or placement to assure child’s educational needs are being met. 

Skills and Qualifications

Major Duties or Responsibilities
  • Conducts timely assessments of reports of child maltreatment, in accordance with requirements of state and federal statutes and agency policy, using standardized safety assessment tools and decision-making guides.
  • Documents and communicates safety threats to all involved, including preparation of affidavits for District Court when necessary.   Provides appropriate level of intervention to assure safety of all families in need of Child Protective Services (CPS); continuously reviews progress made by families to eliminate safety threats.
  • Places child(ren) in out-of-home care, when necessary, and ensures that the placement is safe and complies with statutory and policy preferences and is in the best interests of the child(ren).  Identifies available resources and connects families and children to these resources.
  • Engages families and the child(ren) to ensure the safety of the child through a variety of methods; such as, personal contact, court ordered treatment plan service provision,  and family group decision-making meetings to name a few.
  • Physical and Environmental Demands
     
    The work of a Child Protection Specialist is extremely difficult and involves extensive field work in the homes of families.  The ability to engage and work with angry and violent individuals, make critical decisions, assess and place children, travel when needed, and remain flexible while working under demanding timelines with strict documentation requirements is required.  Office time is limited due to the field work demands of this position.
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (Behaviors):
     
    Required for the first day of work
  • Ability to make critical decisions, based on integration of information from multiple sources that may be discrepant, in high-stress situations.
  • Ability to engage children and families, under difficult circumstances, to gather sufficient information to make accurate and precise decisions.
  • Ability to identify problems, develop and implement solutions.
  • Ability to communicate information both orally and in writing so others will understand.
  • Ability to remain calm when being confronted and to develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with others, even those who do not share the same point of view and may be violent or angry, and maintain them over time.
  • Ability to operate a personal computer and general office equipment as necessary to complete the essential functions, including using spreadsheet, word processing, database, email, internet and other computer programs. 
  • Preferred
  • Knowledge of child development, child maltreatment prevention and treatment, and family centered social work practice.
  • Knowledge of the methods and procedures for Child Protection Specialists.
  • Knowledge of the laws and rules pertaining to child protection services such as child safety, permanency and well-being; Indian Child Welfare Act.
  • >Minimum Education and Experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services or psychology, or directly-related degree.
  • Two years of social services work experience, or directly-related work experience, working with children and families in difficult and sometimes volatile situations.
  • Other combinations of directly related education and experience maybe considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • Child protection work experience and professional certification preferred.
  • Experience working with tribal government entities and/or other organizations of native peoples is highly preferred.
    • Opens: 09/06/2017
    • Closes: 12/31/2017
    • Rate of Pay: $36,694.40-43,680.00 yearly
    • Hours/Days: Full Time
    • Type of position: Full Time
    • How to apply: To be considered for any DPHHS Agency position, applicants must complete and submit their application online, as well as upload any required application materials. Successful applicant(s) are required to successfully pass all DPHHS specific background check(s) relevant to each position. https://mtstatejobs.taleo.net/careersection/200/jobdetail.ftl?job=17141390&tz=GMT-06:00
    • Employer Name: Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services
    • Employer Phone: 406-444-3136
    • Employer Mailing Address:
    • Employer Contact: Department of Public Health and Human Services
    • Email Address:
    • Website:

    Child Protection Specialist Miles City, MT

    Description

    Job Overview
     
    This position provides family-centered services within a trauma-informed system to assure safety, permanency, and well-being for children who are at risk of or have been subjected to child maltreatment.    Responsibilities include: 
    • Assessing child safety;  
    • Determining appropriate interventions to control for safety threats; 
    • Developing treatment plans for parents to build protective capacities and strengthen families; 
    • Implementing timely permanency plans for children that ensure placement stability and meet requirements of established laws; and 
    • Assuring positive outcomes with regards to children’s and families’ well-being; including physical and mental health issues.
    • Permanency Plan for Children   

    • Engages families in the establishment of a permanency plan when needed and required, and assures plan follows order of placement preference as set forth in statute and policy.
    • Provides ongoing reasonable efforts to implement the permanency plan in a timely manner consistent with the best interests of the child(ren).
    • Prepares timely, clear, factually specific, and accurate affidavits for the District Court to allow the District Court to take steps necessary to timely implement permanency plans; including annual permanency plan reviews for every child.
    • Stays current and informed about the child’s placement activities and issues and works to ensure stability of placement by providing services and interventions for the child(ren) and placement when necessary.  Attends regular meetings with placement resources.
    • Documents contacts and records services to assure prompt payment for services.  Updates records as needed.
    • Child Well-being  
    • Assures child(ren) is evaluated and assessed to determine medical and psychological needs throughout the case.
    • Shares outcomes of evaluations with parent(s) and/or placement and determines if additional services are needed to achieve timely reunification and/or maintain placement stability for child(ren).
    • Makes recommendations for medical, psychological, and other services.
    • Establishes frequent contact between parent, child(ren), and siblings if the child is not placed with siblings when in the best interests of the child(ren).
    •  Attends educational meetings or discusses the educational progress with the parent(s)  
    • And/or placement to assure child’s educational needs are being met.    

    Skills and Qualifications

    Major Duties or Responsibilities
    • Conducts timely assessments of reports of child maltreatment, in accordance with requirements of state and federal statutes and agency policy, using standardized safety assessment tools and decision-making guides.
    • Documents and communicates safety threats to all involved, including preparation of affidavits for District Court when necessary.   Provides appropriate level of intervention to assure safety of all families in need of Child Protective Services (CPS); continuously reviews progress made by families to eliminate safety threats.
    • Places child(ren) in out-of-home care, when necessary, and ensures that the placement is safe and complies with statutory and policy preferences and is in the best interests of the child(ren).  Identifies available resources and connects families and children to these resources.
    • Engages families and the child(ren) to ensure the safety of the child through a variety of methods; such as, personal contact, court ordered treatment plan service provision,  and family group decision-making meetings to name a few.  
    • Physical and Environmental Demands
       
      The work of a Child Protection Specialist is extremely difficult and involves extensive field work in the homes of families.  The ability to engage and work with angry and violent individuals, make critical decisions, assess and place children, travel when needed, and remain flexible while working under demanding timelines with strict documentation requirements is required.  Office time is limited due to the field work demands of this position.
      Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (Behaviors):
       
      Required for the first day of work
    • Ability to make critical decisions, based on integration of information from multiple sources that may be discrepant, in high-stress situations.
    • Ability to engage children and families, under difficult circumstances, to gather sufficient information to make accurate and precise decisions.
    • Ability to identify problems, develop and implement solutions.
    • Ability to communicate information both orally and in writing so others will understand.
    • Ability to remain calm when being confronted and to develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with others, even those who do not share the same point of view and may be violent or angry, and maintain them over time.
    • Ability to operate a personal computer and general office equipment as necessary to complete the essential functions, including using spreadsheet, word processing, database, email, internet and other computer programs. 
    • Preferred
    • Knowledge of child development, child maltreatment prevention and treatment, and family centered social work practice.
    • Knowledge of the methods and procedures for Child Protection Specialists.
    • Knowledge of the laws and rules pertaining to child protection services such as child safety, permanency and well-being; Indian Child Welfare Act.
    • >Minimum Education and Experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services or psychology, or directly-related degree.
  • Two years of social services work experience, or directly-related work experience, working with children and families in difficult and sometimes volatile situations.
  • Other combinations of directly related education and experience maybe considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • Child protection work experience and professional certification preferred.
  • Experience working with tribal government entities and/or other organizations of native peoples is highly preferred.
    • Opens: 09/06/2017
    • Closes: 12/31/2017
    • Rate of Pay: $34,694.40-43,368.00 yearly
    • Hours/Days: Full Time
    • Type of position: Full Time
    • How to apply: To be considered for any DPHHS Agency position, applicants must complete and submit their application online, as well as upload any required application materials. Successful applicant(s) are required to successfully pass all DPHHS specific background check(s) relevant to each position. https://mtstatejobs.taleo.net/careersection/200/jobdetail.ftl?job=17141320&tz=GMT-06:00
    • Employer Name: Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services
    • Employer Phone: 406-444-3136
    • Employer Mailing Address:
    • Employer Contact: Department of Public Health and Human Services
    • Email Address:
    • Website:

    Child Protection Specialist Wolf Point, MT

    Description
    >Job Overview:  This position provides family-centered services within a trauma-informed system to assure safety, permanency, and well-being for children who are at risk of or have been subjected to child maltreatment.    Responsibilities include:  1) Assessing child safety;  2) Determining appropriate interventions to control for safety threats; 3) Developing treatment plans for parents to build protective capacities and strengthen families; 4)  Implementing timely permanency plans for children that ensure placement stability and meet requirements of established laws; and 5) Assuring positive outcomes with regards to children’s and families’ well-being; including physical and mental health issues. >Essential Functions (Major Duties or Responsibilities):

    >
  • Conducts timely assessments of reports of child maltreatment, in accordance with requirements of state and federal statutes and agency policy, using standardized safety assessment tools and decision-making guides.
  • Documents and communicates safety threats to all involved, including preparation of affidavits for District Court when necessary.   Provides appropriate level of intervention to assure safety of all families in need of Child Protective Services (CPS); continuously reviews progress made by families to eliminate safety threats.
  • Places child(ren) in out-of-home care, when necessary, and ensures that the placement is safe and complies with statutory and policy preferences and is in the best interests of the child(ren).  Identifies available resources and connects families and children to these resources.
  • Engages families and the child(ren) to ensure the safety of the child through a variety of methods; such as, personal contact, court ordered treatment plan service provision,  and family group decision-making meetings to name a few.                                                                                                                              
  • >Permanency Plans for Children                                                                                     
    >
  • Engages families in the establishment of a permanency plan when needed and required, and assures plan follows order of placement preference as set forth in statute and policy.
  • Provides ongoing reasonable efforts to implement the permanency plan in a timely manner consistent with the best interests of the child(ren).
  • Prepares timely, clear, factually specific, and accurate affidavits for the District Court to allow the District Court to take steps necessary to timely implement permanency plans; including annual permanency plan reviews for every child.
  • Stays current and informed about the child’s placement activities and issues and works to ensure stability of placement by providing services and interventions for the child(ren) and placement when necessary.  Attends regular meetings with placement resources.
  • Documents contacts and records services to assure prompt payment for services.  Updates records as needed.
  • >Child Well-being                                                                                                    
  • Assures child(ren) is evaluated and assessed to determine medical and psychological needs throughout the case.
  • Shares outcomes of evaluations with parent(s) and/or placement and determines if additional services are needed to achieve timely reunification and/or maintain placement stability for child(ren).
  • Makes recommendations for medical, psychological, and other services.
  • Establishes frequent contact between parent, child(ren), and siblings if the child is not placed with siblings when in the best interests of the child(ren).
  •  Attends educational meetings or discusses the educational progress with the parent(s)  
  • And/or placement to assure child’s educational needs are being met.  
  • Skills and Qualifications
    >Physical and Environmental Demands: > The work of a Child Protection Specialist is extremely difficult and involves extensive field work in the homes of families.  The ability to engage and work with angry and violent individuals, make critical decisions, assess and place children, travel when needed, and remain flexible while working under demanding timelines with strict documentation requirements is required.  Office time is limited due to the field work demands of this position. >Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (Behaviors): >  >Required for the first day of work: >

  • Ability to make critical decisions, based on integration of information from multiple sources that may be discrepant, in high-stress situations.
  • Ability to engage children and families, under difficult circumstances, to gather sufficient information to make accurate and precise decisions.
  • Ability to identify problems, develop and implement solutions.
  • Ability to communicate information both orally and in writing so others will understand.
  • Ability to remain calm when being confronted and to develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with others, even those who do not share the same point of view and may be violent or angry, and maintain them over time.
  • Ability to operate a personal computer and general office equipment as necessary to complete the essential functions, including using spreadsheet, word processing, database, email, internet and other computer programs.
  • >  >Preferred: >
  • Knowledge of child development, child maltreatment prevention and treatment, and family centered social work practice.
  • Knowledge of the methods and procedures for Child Protection Specialists.
  • Knowledge of the laws and rules pertaining to child protection services such as child safety, permanency and well-being; Indian Child Welfare Act.
  • >Minimum Qualifications (Education and Experience):
  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services or psychology, or directly-related degree.
  • Two years of social services work experience, or directly-related work experience, working with children and families in difficult and sometimes volatile situations.
  • Other combinations of directly related education and experience maybe considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • Child protection work experience and professional certification preferred.
  • Experience working with tribal government entities and/or other organizations of native peoples is highly preferred.

  • 2018 Seattle Software Development Engineer

    Description
    Amazon is headquartered in Seattle, WA, but we also have exciting opportunities in many of our locations across the US! Please apply at: https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/559210 If you are interested in multiple locations including Seattle HQ, please apply through this main posting only. If you are primarily interested in a different specific location below, please ONLY apply to the location you are most interested in (choose one). Austin, TX - https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/559211 Boston, MA - https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/559212 Denver, CO - https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/559213 Detroit, MI - https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/559214 Herndon, VA - https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/559215 Madison, WI - https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/559216 Minneapolis, MN - https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/559217 Phoenix, AZ - https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/559218 Pittsburgh, PA - https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/559255 Portland, OR - https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/559332 Toronto, ON - https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/560115 Vancouver, BC - https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/560114 Bay Area or New York City - please apply to this main posting Do you want take ownership on projects utilizing cutting edge technology, solve new problems that didn’t exist before, and have the ability to see the impact of your work? Amazon is growing, and we need Software Development Engineers (SDEs) who are capable of breaking down and solving complex problems, and have a strong will to get things done! SDEs at Amazon work on real world problems on a global scale. They own their systems end to end and influence the direction of our technology which impacts hundreds of millions customers around the world. As an SDE at Amazon, you can expect to design flexible, scalable solutions, and work on some of the most complex challenges in large-scale computing by utilizing your skills in data structures, algorithms, and object oriented programming. Coming to Amazon gives you the opportunity to work on a small development team in one of our many organizations; Amazon Web Services, e-Commerce Services, Kindle, Marketplace, Operations, Platform Technologies, and Retail.

    Skills and Qualifications
    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS • Pursuing or have received Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related technical discipline • Programming experience in at least one of the following languages: Java, C++, C PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS • Strong object-oriented design and coding skills (Java and/or C++/C) • Experience with distributed (multi-tiered) systems, algorithms, and relational databases • Experience in optimization mathematics (linear programming, nonlinear optimization) • Ability to effectively articulate technical challenges and solutions • Work well with ambiguous/undefined problems; ability to think abstractly • Previous technical internship(s) preferred Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation.


    2018 Denver Software Development Engineer

    Description
    Must Apply Online: Denver https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/559213 Do you want take ownership on projects utilizing cutting edge technology, solve new problems that didn’t exist before, and have the ability to see the impact of your work? Amazon is growing, and we need Software Development Engineers (SDEs) who are capable of breaking down and solving complex problems, and have a strong will to get things done! SDEs at Amazon work on real world problems on a global scale. They own their systems end to end and influence the direction of our technology which impacts hundreds of millions customers around the world. As an SDE at Amazon, you can expect to design flexible, scalable solutions, and work on some of the most complex challenges in large-scale computing by utilizing your skills in data structures, algorithms, and object oriented programming. Coming to Amazon gives you the opportunity to work on a small development team in one of our many organizations; Amazon Web Services, e-Commerce Services, Kindle, Marketplace, Operations, Platform Technologies, and Retail.

    Skills and Qualifications
    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS • Pursuing or have received Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related technical discipline • Programming experience in at least one of the following languages: Java, C++, C PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS • Strong object-oriented design and coding skills (Java and/or C++/C) • Experience with distributed (multi-tiered) systems, algorithms, and relational databases • Experience in optimization mathematics (linear programming, nonlinear optimization) • Ability to effectively articulate technical challenges and solutions • Work well with ambiguous/undefined problems; ability to think abstractly • Previous technical internship(s) preferred Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation.


    Teachers for Middle & High School - Certification Not Required

    Description
    Teach Kentucky (www.teachkentucky.com) is seeking college graduates in most majors to teach full time in priority public middle and high schools of the Greater Louisville, KY area while pursuing an Alternative Route Teacher Certification via a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree. You will be the teacher of record in a classroom earning a full time teacher’s salary while you earn your certification. While education majors and certified teachers are certainly welcome to apply, our primary interest is in those who are not certified nor in a certification track, but who have a desire to teach or at least explore teaching as a possible career. Teach Kentucky focuses on providing a supportive environment and sense of community where teachers are encouraged to use creativity and innovative teaching techniques to enrich the lives of students, the face of education, and their own lives. “Teach Kentucky emphasizes individual teacher support, which is critical during the first year of teaching, as well as a sense of camaraderie with fellow teachers, and connection to the Louisville community.” - Paul Barnwell, 14-year teacher Apply online at: http://teachkentucky.com/apply/ or contact Rowan Claypool 502-599-5061 / rowan@teachkentucky.com 
INTENSE PREPARATION AND SUPPORT * Six-week Summer Institute focusing on content specific lesson planning, behavior management, classroom organization techniques, and career development training. *One-on-one support inside and outside the classroom with a Retired Master Teacher Advocate. *One-on-one content lesson plan coaching with a veteran Teach Kentucky teacher. *Practice teaching sessions. *Classroom observations. *Enrollment in an alternative route to certification Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) *Social events and community connections. DEVELOPING LEADERS Our 160+ teachers have an outstanding track record of going above and beyond their classroom responsibilities to make a difference. Three have gone on to become the youngest Assistant Principals in their districts. One of our teachers has recently become one of the youngest Principals in their district. In addition to this, we have a state Teacher of the Year recipient, several who have gained National Board Certification and others who published in national education journals. Over 70% of our teachers gain leadership roles in their schools after the first year. WHAT DIFFERENCE CAN YOU MAKE? Through Teach Kentucky, you have the opportunity not only to educate, but also to inspire positive change in the lives of your students, making a significant difference in the school where you teach. As a teacher, you will be challenged every day to push your students towards their potential. Your impact doesn't stop in the classroom, however. Teach Kentucky helps foster relationships with other members of the community so that you are truly able to make a difference in the city as well as benefit from those broader relationships. Apply online at: http://teachkentucky.com/apply/ or contact Rowan Claypool 502-599-5061 / rowan@teachkentucky.com QUALIFICATIONS TO APPLY: *Bachelor’s degree by June *Minimum 2.75** cumulative undergraduate GPA at time of graduation. 3.0 GPA preferred. **The minimum GPA is mandated by our partner universities for the MAT. THE PERKS: *Full-time teacher employed by the school district with the same starting salary and benefits as all other beginning teachers. (Salary varies by district but most are in the $42,500+ range). *Up to $2000 relocation incentive. *Reimbursement of Praxis Subject Assessment Exams (SAEs) in core content area(s). *Free month of transitional housing. *Extensive mentor support team during your first year. *Annual pay increases. *Pay increase of $4,000 upon completion of MAT. *Waiver for out-of-state MAT tuition, a savings of over $6,000. *Various district specific scholarships available for high critical need content teachers. Critical needs vary from year to year. *STEM merit scholarship competitively awarded for up to 80% of MAT tuition cost. *Multiple other scholarships and grants available depending on a variety of factors which may cover up to 80% of MAT tuition cost. Apply online at: http://teachkentucky.com/apply/ or contact Rowan Claypool 502-599-5061 / rowan@teachkentucky.com A GREAT CITY IN WHICH TO LIVE Voted “Most Compassionate City," as well as "Most Livable City," Louisville is more than home to the Kentucky Derby. Here are a few of the recognitions Louisville has received recently: - One of the "Best Entrepreneurial Cities" by entrepreneur.com. - America’s “Breakout Cities for 2014” by CNNMoney. - A Top 20 "City With Economic Momentum" by NewGeography.com. - Eighth on the list of “Best Towns in America” by Outside Magazine. - Eighth "Most Affordable City in the U.S." by Forbes. - Top 10 "Bike-Friendly City" by USA Today - One of the "Top 10 Cities for Being a Homeowner" by NerdWallet.com. - One of the top "Creative Cities for 20-Somethings" by PolicyMic.com. Also go to http://money.cnn.com/calculator/pf/cost-of-living/ to compare the cost of living in Louisville to any other major city. You will find that Louisville is a very affordable place to live According to the National Center for Policy Analysis, the median pay (adjusted for cost of living) for teachers in Louisville, Kentucky is the ninth highest in the nation! http://www.ncpa.org/pdfs/2014_Teacher_Pay_Report-NCPA_MacIver.pdf For answers to questions, don’t hesitate to call or email: Rowan Claypool, Founder and President, 502-599-5061, rowan@teachkentucky.com

    Skills and Qualifications
    Bachelors degree by June 2.75+ GPA A desire to become an exceptional teacher


    Director of Sales

    Description

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    RN Case Manager

    Description
    If you like a personal, family-like work environment, we are what you're looking for! Perfect candidate is enthusiastic, able to work independently, multi-task and meet deadlines. Basic computer skills and a good driving record is important. Home Health experience is preferred, but not required. The position is Mon-Fri with one weekend per month on call. Help us make a difference in lives of those in our community, as we promote independence in the comfort of home.

    Skills and Qualifications
    -Graduate of an approved school of nursing - Licensed Registered Nurse in the state of Idaho - Minimum of two (2) years of experience as a professional nurse - Must be able to travel locally (Ada and Canyon Counties) in your own vehicle, with required insurance - Reliable, energetic, self-motivated and well organized


    Paraprofessional

    Description
    HAS Inc. works with individuals with developmental disabilities. We help them learn daily living skills such as cooking, cleaning, budgeting, grocery shopping, dealing with emotions, etc. We will help you get CPR and Medication Administration certifications and will pay for them if you work for us for 1 year. We are looking for people that can work in homes that we have in Nampa.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Must have high school diploma or equivalent. Would like ASL experience. Similar job experience preferred but not required.


    Photojournalist

    Description
    The photojournalist will capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms.
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    Sales Manager

    Description
    The Local Sales Manager is responsible for leading and motivating the local sales team of the radio stations.
    Key activities

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    Special Education Teacher

    Description
    St. Maries Joint School District No. 41 is accepting applications for the following certified position for the 2017-2018 School Year: One (1) Special Education Teacher All applicants must qualify to hold an Idaho Certificate or hold comparable out-of-state certification which can be endorsed in Idaho for the position(s). Experience preferred. EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS: Employment will begin immediately and is contingent upon Board approval. Salary will be based on education and experience with placement on the certified salary schedule. The District offers a competitive salary and benefit package commensurate with years of experience and education: *PERSI Retirement *Medical and Vision Insurance - 100% employee, 50% dependents *Dental Insurance - 100% employee, 50% dependents *$20,000 Life Insurance - 100% *$2,500 Dependents Life Insurance - 100% *Sick Leave - 10 days per year, unlimited accumulation *Personal Leave - two days per year, ten days accumulation

    Skills and Qualifications
    All applicants must qualify to hold an Idaho Certificate or hold comparable out-of-state certification which can be endorsed in Idaho for the position(s). Experience preferred. EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS: Employment will begin immediately and is contingent upon Board approval. Salary will be based on education and experience with placement on the certified salary schedule.


    Secondary Business/Technology Teacher

    Description
    St. Maries Joint School District No. 41 is accepting applications for the following certified position for the 2017-2018 School Year: One (1) Secondary Business/Technology Teacher

    Skills and Qualifications
    All applicants must qualify to hold an Idaho Certificate or hold comparable out-of-state certification which can be endorsed in Idaho for the position(s). Experience preferred. EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS: Employment will begin immediately and is contingent upon Board approval. Salary will be based on education and experience with placement on the certified salary schedule.


    Studio Technician I

    Description

    Studio Technician I operates studio television cameras during live and taped productions, acts as floor director and teleprompter operator during live and taped productions and assists in studio maintenance (cleaning, organization), etc. 
    Key activities
    • Operation of various broadcast equipment including, but not limited to; studio television cameras during live and taped productions, teleprompter, character generators, graphics software, computers.
    • Act as floor director during live and taped productions.
    • Assist in studio maintenance (cleaning, organization, possibly lighting), etc.
    • Assist as production grip on live and tape productions.
    • Navigate internet (web) and post video and text to station website.
    • Other duties as directed by the Production Manager.

    Skills and Qualifications
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    Tax and accounting internship

    Description
    Chigbrow, Ryan & Sisson is looking for a candidate to assist our firm during the 2018 tax season (end of January through April 17, 2018). The individual filling this position will be responsible for a wide range of duties, including, but not limited to: a. Preparing individual and business tax returns b. Assisting with quarterly financial statements c. Posting journal entries d. Reconciling bank statements e. Processing payroll for clients f. Completing special projects and other duties as assigned

    Skills and Qualifications
    Applicants should be actively enrolled in classes or already hold a degree in accounting, business or finance with an interest in pursing a career in public accounting. Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel is required. Any experience with QuickBooks is a plus.


    Habilitative Interventionist

    Description
    Habilitative Interventionist Community Partnerships of Idaho is currently looking for full time and part time Habilitative Interventionists who have a passion for helping children learn and grow. Community Partnerships of Idaho is a multi-service agency that provides support for individuals of all ages who have a developmental disability or mental health impairment. The mission of our organization is "Creating opportunities for people to learn and achieve their goals.” We have been providing services throughout the state for over 22 years and our success and longevity is due to our core values. These values are Personal Dignity, Integrity, Innovation and Relationships. These values work as a guide and help influence how we treat all individuals within our organization and community. We are looking for Habilitative Interventionists in Boise, Emmett, Fruitland, and Mountain Home and Nampa! Job Description Habilitative Intervention is a highly individualized service provided in a one-on-one setting. The goal of this service is to help decrease challenging behaviors while increasing the child’s communication skills, socialization skills, ability to engage in appropriate play, and independence. The Habilitative Interventionist implements therapy goals in daily therapeutic sessions with children who have a developmental disability and/or who exhibit challenging behaviors. Habilitative Interventionists will also advise and assist parents/guardians with therapeutic techniques and strategies. The Habilitative Interventionists work with children between the ages of 3-17 and services are provided in the child’s school, home, center or out in the community. Services are offered in all of these settings to help the child develop lifelong skills to ensure that they are happy and successful long-term.

    Skills and Qualifications
    What you need: • Candidates must have a bachelors degree o The degree must be in the human services field (e.g. health care, social services, education, behavioral science, or counseling) from a nationally accredited college or university o OR they must have at least 25 (200 level or higher) credit hours in human services • One year experience working with children with developmental disabilities • Habilitative Intervention Certificate (preferred) • Community Partnerships will provide tuition assistance toward certification • Applicants must have a valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle and proof of insurance to transport clients to and from therapy sessions • Ability to pass a background check with Health and Welfare and a drug test What We Offer: • Flexible scheduling that can work with your school and/or work schedule • Ability to gain valuable skills working within this field • Meaningful and fulfilling work helping others achieve long-term success • Experience that looks great on a resume and on college/graduate school applications


    RN Pediatric Home Care

    Description
    Enjoy 1:1 care with sweet, medically fragile children. Progressive Nursing has several cases open for in home pediatric RNs. May require trach, gtube, vent care. Orientation is available and new grads are encouraged to apply. All shifts and days available part and full time in Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Nampa, Caldwell and more! Let us know when you are available to work and we will find a match! $24.75/hr. Come and join our unique program and truly make a difference in this child's & family's lives!

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Current RN license Current BLS/CPR Excellent References Pass criminal background and drug screening MORE About Us: Progressive Nursing Staff prn, Inc is a locally owned and operated Medical Staffing and Home Care Agency providing medical staff for over 26 years. We love to find the right Medical Professional for the right assignment. As a recognized leader in Medical Staffing and Home Care, our standard is to recruit the best employees and continue to provide excellent employment opportunities that are unsurpassed in Southern Idaho. EEO, AA and Veteran Employer


    “Health Advocate” modeled after a “Community Health Worker” role with Terry Reilly Services

    Description
    HEALTH ADVOCATE POSITION AVAILABLE (Nampa, ID): Deadline to apply: Until Filled The AmeriCorps Program is currently seeking one motivated individual to serve full-time (32+ hours per week) for one year as a “Health Advocate” modeled after a “Community Health Worker” role with Terry Reilly Health Services, Nampa, Idaho. To be eligible: • Must be 21 years of age or older. • Must be a US Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident. • Be able to complete 1700 total hours over one full year • Previous experience or knowledge as it relates to health education • Pass a Background Check. • Have an interest in assisting the underserved and an interest in population health • Have a Driver’s License BENEFITS: • Living stipend of up to $12,630 • Education Award of $5,815 – to be used for educational expenses (tuition, books, living expenses, past student loans, etc.) • Rewarding & Professional Experience • Training in a variety of areas • Health Insurance (if eligible) • Child Care Benefits (if income eligible) • Interest paid on all or part of qualified student loans (accruing interest) during year of service. • Loan forbearance for those currently paying on student loans during year of service.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Responsibilities would include such things as: • Assist Terry Reilly staff to research, plan, establish, and develop goals, outcomes and assessment criteria for program success related to Community Health Worker initiatives. • Serve with Terry Reilly Outreach staff to develop outreach materials and deliver health education programming based on need. Examples of potential projects: education and outreach at food banks and farmer’s markets, assisting with mobile health clinics, collaborating with community partners on diabetes education, help patients with pre-registration and sliding fee applications while out in the community, scheduling patient appointments during community events, case-management during home visits, work with community advocates to promote health literacy within Terry Reilly Service locations, and provide basic health screenings such as blood pressure and glucose checks. • Provide support to Terry Reilly faculty, staff and valued stakeholders to implement program events and activities. • Provide education on Medicare, Medicaid, and the Your Health Idaho Insurance Exchange • Provide educational seminars on medical, dental, and behavioral health services • Increase awareness and facilitate conversations regarding population health. • Attend and participate in appropriate meetings, functions, and seminars; assisting with projects and tasks relating to medical, dental and behavioral health; and provide training opportunities. • Serve well under pressure; meeting multiple and sometimes competing deadlines. The incumbent shall demonstrate cooperative behavior with colleagues and supervisors. • Must be willing to travel within the Treasure Valley and may be required to work weekends and evenings • Must be Bi-lingual in English and Spanish • Preform other duties as assigned


    Office manager

    Description
    Do you love freedom? Do you want to help us make Idaho an even better state to live, work, play and retire? We are looking for an office manager for our non-profit, the Idaho Freedom Foundation, the most influential public policy organization in the state of Idaho. The office manager will be responsible for the timely and accurate operation of internal IFF functions, serve as an assistant to the president and vice president and provide clerical support for our fundraising efforts. This individual must be highly motivated and have a passion for liberty.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Professional phone and email etiquette Able to operate independently and seek guidance when needed Solid verbal communication skills Highly organized Works effectively with others Basic knowledge of Word and Excel Responsibilities: Reporting to the president, the office manager will be responsible for the smooth operation of the Idaho Freedom Foundation's primary office in Boise. The Office Manager will be responsible for handling incoming mail, phone and pedestrian traffic to the office and handle with the utmost care the sensitive and proprietary information including donor names, funding data and account information. The Office Manager will have the following major responsibilities: • Manage the day-to-day operations of the office by answering the phones, answering mail and handling incoming donors, donations and other incoming constituent communications. • Arrange meetings and travel on behalf of the president • Accurately process all incoming gifts in a CRM software platform • Print donation materials using in-house hardware and software • Perform mail merge operations using software such as Microsoft Word. • Assist in the mailing and development schedules for each year, update plans as needed • Coordinate with mail and other vendors as necessary • Prepare, print, collate, and mail documents and letters • Maintain USPS requirements for non-profit mailing • Operate phone system software


    ISP Regional Communications Officer

    Description
    All Regional Communications Officer positions require shift work. This includes a requirement to work
    weekends, holidays, and nights on a rotating basis.
    Duties:
    • Operate a multi-channel radio with multiple frequencies and related equipment to receive messages and
    relay information between state police and emergency personnel to accident and crime scenes
    • Obtain information about incidents and determine action to take
    • Dispatch necessary personnel using radio or telephone
    • Verify location and status of officers to insure their safety
    • Direct emergency vehicles to insure effective handling of emergency situations
    • Coordinate incidents through to completion
    • Complete and file information such as wrecker lists and radio, telephone, and teletype logs by using or
    operating a computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system
    • Enter, access, and update information concerning individuals, vehicles, and articles through the National
    Crime Information Center and Idaho/National Law Enforcement Telecommunications computer systems
    • Responsible for decision making/problem solving while maintaining control in crisis emergency situations
    • Must be able to work effectively under extremely stressful situations and perform detailed work with a
    high degree of accuracy
    • Operate a multi-channel radio with multiple frequencies and related equipment to receive messages and
    relay information between state police and emergency personnel to accident and crime scenes

    Skills and Qualifications
    Successful applicants will be required to pass a hearing test, a background investigation, and polygraph
    examination, which includes drug screening.
    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Experience conducting and documenting fact-finding interviews
    • Experience reading, writing, and speaking English fluently
    • Experience reading and interpreting detailed information
    • Experience entering and retrieving data from a computer
    • Skill in typing 50 net words per minute, or its equivalent, on data entry devices. (If you are selected to
    interview, a link to a typing skills verification website will be sent to you via e-mail)


    VISTA - Volunteer Services

    Description
    AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) members bring their passion and perseverance where the need is greatest: to organizations that help eradicate poverty. The most pressing challenges we face as a nation require the most courageous and creative people to address them. An AmeriCorps VISTA member serves as a catalyst for change, living and working alongside community members to advance local solutions.

    Skills and Qualifications
    We're looking for a VISTA member to join our Volunteer Services team!! Please click the link below to learn more information and apply. https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=76442&fromSearch=true


    House Parent(s)

    Description
    The Fold Family Ministries is one of the nation's leading Christ-centered residential care programs for teens and families in crisis. The Fold provides a nurturing home environment for at-risk youth between the ages of 13 and 17, with 24-hour support including individualized counseling, academic curriculum and spiritual mentoring. Our mission is to renew hope through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, to establish godly relationships in families, and to provide new beginnings for emotional healing, education, and personal growth. House Parents provide leadership and assume overall responsibility for the Home, using biblical values in order to create a nurturing environment that facilitates the attainment of goals established for each teen. House Parents assist in training of Home staff, implementation of the program for teen residents, and ongoing evaluation of staff and teens in achieving the objectives of The Fold Family Ministries. Responsibilities include: - Understand your identity in Christ and role model living out of Christ’s resources rather than your own strength. - Plan and coordinate the daily home schedule, and meals - Be available to the teens and staff for spiritual and emotional support - Become familiar with each resident and their parents in order to relate effectively - Participate in the screening and interviewing of prospective residents and staff - Coordinate efforts and work closely with other non-home staff (teachers, counselors, ministry support)

    Skills and Qualifications
    Preferred Profile and Experience: - A calling to work with teens in conflict - A healthy balance of organization/planning gifts and spontaneity/flexibility - A servant’s heart and desire to nurture others - Experience in youth ministry, counseling, leadership and/or discipleship - Good communication skills, integrity, humility, and teachability are necessary - Interested in married couples or single adults


    Resident Instructor

    Description
    The Fold Family Ministries is one of the nation's leading Christ-centered residential care programs for teens and families in crisis. The Fold provides a nurturing home environment for at-risk youth between the ages of 13 and 17, with 24-hour support including individualized counseling, academic curriculum and spiritual mentoring. Our mission is to renew hope through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, to establish godly relationships in families, and to provide new beginnings for emotional healing, education, and personal growth. The Fold Family Ministries is currently hiring for this full-time, salaried position in beautiful Lyndonville, Vermont. Room and board included, as well as ongoing training and professional development. Resident Instructors are pivotal members of our Residential Care Team, living and working in our Girls' and Boys' Homes, which each serve 5 to 10 young women or men between the ages of 13 and 17. As a Resident Instructor, you'll help to create a safe and healthy environment for our teens by establishing daily routines, planning recreational activities and day trips, sharing meals, leading Bible studies, and discipling the young women or men in your care.

    Skills and Qualifications
    You should have a four year degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, Youth Ministry or a similar field, and a desire to mentor and disciple struggling teens or a two year degree with experience working with youth. You should be energetic, compassionate, fun-loving, empathetic, trustworthy and flexible. The position requires a calling to work with teens in conflict and a minimum two year commitment.


    Home Health Visit Nurse (LPN)

    Description
    Join our Home Health Team Today! In desire of a self-directed LPN with great assessment skills to manage care of Home Health patients. Will have autonomy and a flexible work schedule. LPN will see patients in home for assessments, wound care and medication monitoring. Full or part time. $25.00 per visit and mileage. Check us out at www.progressivenursingprn.com MORE About Us: Progressive Nursing Staff prn, Inc is a locally owned and operated Medical Staffing and Home Care Agency providing medical staff for over 26years. We love to find the right Medical Professional for the right assignment. As a recognized leader in Medical Staffing and Home Care, our standard is to recruit the best employees and continue to provide excellent employment opportunities that are unsurpassed in Southern Idaho. We are proud to be an EEO, AA and Veteran Employer For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://progressivenursingprn.applicantpool.com/jobs/185115-21435.html

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Current LPN license (Idaho or Compact State) MUST have Home Health experience Current CPR/BLS Pass criminal background check and drug screening Excellent references


    LPN or RN Pediatric Home Care

    Description
    Compassionate LPN or RN care needed for 2 year old pediatric patient with gtube, O2 and trach in Boise area. Orientation is available and new graduates will be considered. Come and join our unique program and truly make a difference in this child's & family's lives! Shifts available: W-F nights shift 8p-6a 5 days/week (flexible) 7a-5p Up to $19.00/hr DOE LPN $24.75/hour RN MORE About Us: Progressive Nursing Staff prn, Inc is a locally, woman-owned and operated Medical Staffing and Home Care Agency providing medical staff for over 26 years in Idaho. We love to find the right Medical Professional for the right assignment. As a recognized leader in Medical Staffing and Home Care, our standard is to recruit the best employees and continue to provide excellent employment opportunities that are unsurpassed in Southern Idaho. Progressive Nursing Staff prn is proud to be an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Veteran Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://progressivenursingprn.applicantpool.com/jobs/185126-21435.html

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Current Idaho (or compact) RN or LPN license Current BLS/CPR Excellent references Pass criminal background check and drug screening


    LPN Pediatric Home Care

    Description
    Enjoy 1:1 care with sweet, medically fragile children. Progressive Nursing has several cases open for in home pediatric LPNs. May require trach, gtube, vent care. Orientation is available and new grads are encouraged to apply. All shifts and days available part and full time in Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Nampa, Caldwell and more! Let us know when you are available to work and we will find a match! Up to $19.00/hr DOE. Come and join our unique program and truly make a difference in this child's & family's lives!

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Current LPN license Current BLS/CPR Excellent References Pass criminal background and drug screening MORE About Us: Progressive Nursing Staff prn, Inc is a locally owned and operated Medical Staffing and Home Care Agency providing medical staff for over 26 years. We love to find the right Medical Professional for the right assignment. As a recognized leader in Medical Staffing and Home Care, our standard is to recruit the best employees and continue to provide excellent employment opportunities that are unsurpassed in Southern Idaho. EEO, AA and Veteran Employer


    LPN SHIFTS

    Description
    LPNs: Do you want a flexible schedule and to work with schedulers who want to get you the best assignments? Progressive Nursing seeks experienced Licensed Practical Nurses to work in local long term care, rehab and hospitals. We are dedicated to getting you full or part-time work that helps you balance school, family and/or other jobs. Day/Eves/NOCs and weekend shifts available. Great pay! $22-28/hour DOE. Call us today or APPLY now. Check us out at www.progressivenursingprn.com

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Current LPN license (Idaho or Compact State) 1+ years Nursing experience Current BLS/CPR Pass criminal background check and drug screening Excellent references MORE About Us: Progressive Nursing Staff prn, Inc is a locally woman-owned and operated Medical Staffing and Home Care Agency providing medical staff for over 26 years in Idaho. We love to find the right Medical Professional for the right assignment. As a recognized leader in Medical Staffing and Home Care, our standard is to recruit the best employees and continue to provide excellent employment opportunities that are unsurpassed in Southern Idaho.We are proud to be an EEO, AA and Veteran Employer


    LPN Shifts Twin Falls

    Description
    LPNs: Do you want a flexible schedule and to work with schedulers who want to get you the best assignments? Progressive Nursing seeks experienced Licensed Practical Nurses to work in long term care, assisted living and rehab in Twin Falls, ID. We are dedicated to getting you full or part-time work that helps you balance school, family and/or other jobs. Day/Eves/NOCs and weekend shifts available. Great pay! $22-26/hour DOE. Call us today or APPLY now. Check us out at www.progressivenursingprn.com

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Current LPN license (Idaho or Compact State) 1+ years Nursing experience Current BLS/CPR Pass criminal background check and drug screening Excellent references MORE About Us: Progressive Nursing Staff prn, Inc is a locally woman-owned and operated Medical Staffing and Home Care Agency providing medical staff for over 26 years in Idaho. We love to find the right Medical Professional for the right assignment. As a recognized leader in Medical Staffing and Home Care, our standard is to recruit the best employees and continue to provide excellent employment opportunities that are unsurpassed in Southern Idaho.We are proud to be an EEO, AA and Veteran Employer


    RN SHIFTS

    Description
    RN SHIFT WORK Current openings for RNs seeking prn work in med/surg, ICU and long term care facility. Also have work in home health and IV therapy. Great for RNs who need to work around family and other job schedules; we will work with you to be sure you get the schedule that works for you. Days, eves, nocs and weekends.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Current RN license (Idaho or Compact State) Current RN experience Current CPR/BLS Pass criminal background check and drug screening. Check us out at www.progressivenursingprn.com MORE About Us: Progressive Nursing Staff prn, Inc is a locally owned and operated Medical Staffing and Home Care Agency providing medical staff for over 26years. We love to find the right Medical Professional for the right assignment. As a recognized leader in Medical Staffing and Home Care, our standard is to recruit the best employees and continue to provide excellent employment opportunities that are unsurpassed in Southern Idaho. We are proud to be an EEO, AA and Veteran Employer


    RN Shifts Twin Falls

    Description
    RN Facilty Shift Work Available! Current openings for RNs in Twin Falls, ID seeking facility work in long term care, assisted living, rehab etc. Great for RNs who need to work around family and other job schedules; we will work with you to be sure you get the schedule that works for you. Days, eves, nocs and weekends. Competitive pay!!

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Current RN license (Idaho or Compact State) Current RN experience Current CPR/BLS Pass criminal background check and drug screening. Check us out at www.progressivenursingprn.com MORE About Us: Progressive Nursing Staff prn, Inc is a locally owned and operated Medical Staffing and Home Care Agency providing medical staff for over 26years. We love to find the right Medical Professional for the right assignment. As a recognized leader in Medical Staffing and Home Care, our standard is to recruit the best employees and continue to provide excellent employment opportunities that are unsurpassed in Southern Idaho. We are proud to be an EEO, AA and Veteran Employer


    Sales Development Representative

    Description
    Job Summary:
    The Sales Development Representative will support all aspects of the company’s sales activities. SDRs help
    build qualified sales opportunities for our Direct Sales teams. This role will be to prospect and develop
    additional sales leads for our Sales Executives through, but not limited to, outbound cold-calling efforts, email
    campaigns, and inbound lead qualification.
    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
    • Meet a monthly quota of Sales Accepted Opportunities (SAOs) for the assigned Sales Executives
    • Qualify inbound leads and prospects via phone and email, identifying key decision makers, business pain
    points, the size of the opportunity, budget, and purchase timeframes.
    • Generate SAOs also by proactively cold-calling into target companies
    • Identify new companies and prospects through primary and secondary research
    • Partner with their assigned Sales Executive(s) and help nurture early stage opportunities
    • Utilize Salesforce to record activities, route leads, and coordinate SAO management process
    • Demonstrates technical selling skills and product knowledge in all areas that allows the Sales Executive to
    give effective presentations to potential clients and partners.
    • Attend 1-3 tradeshows per year in support of business development.

    Skills and Qualifications
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Marketing or related field strongly preferred.
    • 1-2 years of inside sales, or sales experience preferred
    • Additional experience in marketing, sales, business development, lead generation, and lead management is
    a plus
    • Must be able to quickly articulate business benefits and functionality of software solutions
    • Must be able to handle objections and ask probing questions that surface business needs and sales
    opportunities
    • Must be able to quickly and effectively collect information on a company and navigate to the correct person
    • Must be driven to reach personal and team assigned goals
    • Excellent communication skill required: articulate, concise, and persuasive
    • Positive, upbeat and aggressive personality is required
    • Must be team player and open to ongoing training to continuously improve skills
    • Excellent and demonstrated oral and written communication skills.
    • Strong knowledge of personal computers and Window applications.

    • Ability to multi-task projects simultaneously.
    • Professional appearance and the ability to exhibit a professional demeanor over the phone, through email,
    and in person, as required.
    • Must possess exceptional problem solving, analytical, and research skills.
    • Able to make independent choices and recommendations without immediate direction or supervision.
    WORK ENVIRONMENT:
    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while
    performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals
    with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • Job performed at a desk in front of a computer.
    • Requires heavy use of keyboard and mouse.
    • Requires sitting for long periods of time.
    • Casual work environment


    LPN or RN Pediatric Home Care

    Description
    Compassionate LPN or RN care needed for 4 year old pediatric patient in Bellevue, near Hailey, ID. Full and part time shifts available. Days and/or nights, family is flexible. GT, seizures, on O2 continuous, hypertonia, non-verbal, and a happy boy! Come and join our unique program and truly make a difference in this child's & family's lives! Up to $19.00/hr DOE LPN $24.75/hour RN

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Current Idaho (or compact) RN or LPN license Current BLS/CPR Excellent references Pass criminal background check and drug screening MORE About Us: Progressive Nursing Staff prn, Inc is a locally, woman-owned and operated Medical Staffing and Home Care Agency providing medical staff for over 26 years in Idaho. We love to find the right Medical Professional for the right assignment. As a recognized leader in Medical Staffing and Home Care, our standard is to recruit the best employees and continue to provide excellent employment opportunities that are unsurpassed in Southern Idaho. Progressive Nursing Staff prn is proud to be an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Veteran Employer. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://progressivenursingprn.applicantpool.com/jobs/185672-21435.html


    NP or PA - Locum assignment

    Description
    Experienced NP or PA needed for a full-time, locum assigment (3-6 months) at a low volume Family Medicine practice in Boise area. Includes Medicare and Medicaid patients. Pay TBD based on Production. Check us out at www.progressivenursingprn.com MORE About Us: Progressive Nursing Staff prn, Inc is a locally owned and operated Medical Staffing and Home Care Agency providing medical staff for over 26years. We love to find the right Medical Professional for the right assignment. As a recognized leader in Medical Staffing and Home Care, our standard is to recruit the best employees and continue to provide excellent employment opportunities that are unsurpassed in Southern Idaho. We are proud to be an EEO, AA and Veteran Employer For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://progressivenursingprn.applicantpool.com/jobs/185884-21435.html

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Current NP/PA license (Idaho or Compact) Family Practice Experience Excellent references Pass criminal background check and drug screening.


    Community Development Coordinator

    Description
    The Americorps VISTA member will develop and implement systems for increased financial and volunteer support in the community. The member will evaluate local community support and resources available, create a volunteer a volunteer to donor program, and build capacity and expansion of annual fundraising events.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Community Orignization Fundraising Grant Writing Community Outreach


    Community Program Director

    Description
    This VISTA project will build capacity, and expand programming for services to low-income families and individuals Help The Salvation Army create programs such as a cooking school for adults/children; startup music classes for low-income children and communicate to the community the options they have for use of the facility.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Community Outreach Research Self Motivated People person Not mandatory, but experience with Cooking, Music and/or Sports is recommended


    Idaho State Police Trooper

    Description
    ISP has an exciting career opportunity available for those interested in enforcing laws,
    serving people, and enhancing the quality of life in the State of Idaho. ISP is currently
    looking to fill urban and rural Trooper positions throughout the state. Qualified men,
    women, and minorities are all encouraged to apply.
    You must meet the criteria in the ISP Drug Policy and also pass an extensive
    background which will include credit, work, criminal history, and reference checks.
    Psychological, medical, physical fitness, and polygraph examinations as well as
    substance screening will also be administered by ISP.
    There may be the possibility of starting as an underfil in a lower classification and lower
    pay rate prior to the start of the Advanced Training Course.
    This position is budgeted at $20.06 to $35.83 per hour DOE, Plus Competitive Benefits!
    RESPONSIBILITIES:
     Provide assistance and service to the citizens of Idaho
     Perform traffic control and enforcement
     Conduct motor vehicle crash investigations
     Prepare reports
     Conduct criminal investigations
     Process and investigate crime scenes
     Effectively present testimony in a court of law
     Be proficient in the use of firearms
     Many other duties as assigned
     Some specialty assignments include crash reconstruction, firearms instructor,
    drug recognition expert, field training officer, motorcycle patrol, capitol security,
    and commercial vehicle safety

    Skills and Qualifications
    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must meet the entrance requirements
    outlined in Idaho Administrative Code 11.11.01 – Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer
    Standards & Training (POST) Council.


    Digital Media Specialist

    Description
    To advance the purpose of InterVarsity Press, the Digital Media Specialist role will focus on digital content production, with significant requirements in video/audio editing. The ideal candidate is versatile and interested in a role that spans a variety of digital areas and disciplines for both self-directed initiatives and new title promotion and building brand awareness. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Produce digital media • Exercise creativity and self-motivation to contribute to a culture of professionalism and exceptional production • Produce original video and audio content from start to finish on a daily basis for the digital media space, including social media platforms, blogs and ivpress.com • Shoot, edit and create video and motion graphics • Produce content to highlight the InterVarsity Press brand, titles and programs • Work closely with internal stakeholders to develop and schedule videos • Develop or assist copywriter with video and audio scripting • Deliver produced content on time to internal and external stakeholders • Post content videos/audios to ivpress.com book pages • Be responsible for the archiving of video content and digital asset management • Maintain a schedule of online video and audio webinar classes and meetings Photography • Take new employee photos • Take product shots as needed for print and web projects • Provide original photos for book covers as requested by the art director Research, Reporting and Development • Be a continuous learner in order to keep IVP in the forefront of video and audio trends • Provide prototypes of new ideas and formats such as: podcasts, webinars and animation • Track and analyze results of work to find strengths and weaknesses Author Support • Be able to make authors at ease during video shoots and audio recordings • Provide occasional video and audio training for authors creating their own content Outsourcing Resource • Maintain and be familiar with the work of video and audio groups to resource for unique projects • Provide production support for outsourced projects • Edit work supplied from author and organizations Organizational and Department Support • Participate in weekly department meetings • Attend monthly office meetings and other cross-departmental or office-wide meetings • Travel to and attend conferences and/or author events at the request of Sales, Marketing or Creative & Customer Engagement directors • Assist with web content creation, blog entries and campaign landing pages as assigned • Will perform other duties as assigned

    Skills and Qualifications
    • Annually affirm InterVarsity’s Statement of Faith • Be a maturing disciple of Jesus Christ: growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture, and God's purposes in the world • 2-3 years of experience producing audio, video and animation resources • Bachelor’s degree in film, communications, journalism, marketing or a related field • Proficient in Adobe Production and Creative Suite, Final Cut or Adobe Premier, experience using Apple Logic or Pro Tools, a plus • Collaborative; demonstrated ability and commitment to work in a diverse team environment • Attention to detail and high work standards • Planning and organizing; ability to juggle multiple tasks • Initiative and follow-through; ability to complete tasks independently and produce projects on time and within specifications • Ability to achieve and maintain a high level of knowledge regarding InterVarsity Press products, services, policies, programs and procedures; prudence with confidential information • Be a contributing member of the IVP community • Flexibility to attend Urbana Student Missions Conference every three years, Dec. 26-Jan.1, and National Staff Conference every three years (the year after Urbana), approximately Jan. 3-8


    Idaho State Police Trooper

    Description
    The Idaho State Police is proud to provide law enforcement services to citizens of the State of Idaho since 1919. Do you have what it takes to be an Idaho State Trooper? The Idaho State Police (ISP) has an exciting career opportunity available for those interested in enforcing laws, serving people, and enhancing the quality of life in the State of Idaho. You must meet the criteria in the ISP Drug Policy and also pass an extensive background which will include credit, work, criminal history, and reference checks. Psychological, medical, physical fitness, and polygraph examinations as well as substance screening will also be administered by ISP. Inaccurate, withheld, or concealed information will be cause for rejection. A conviction or withheld judgment for any local, state, or federal crime may be grounds for rejection. There may be the possibility of starting as an underfil in a lower classification and lower pay rate prior to the start of the Advanced Training Course. This position is budgeted at $20.06 to $35.83 per hour DOE, -Plus Competitive Benefits! RESPONSIBILITIES: • Provide assistance and service to the citizens of Idaho • Perform traffic control and enforcement • Conduct motor vehicle crash investigations • Prepare reports • Conduct criminal investigations • Process and investigate crime scenes • Effectively present testimony in a court of law • Be proficient in the use of firearms • Many other duties as assigned

    Skills and Qualifications
    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • Applicants must meet the entrance requirements outlined in Idaho Administrative Code 11.11.01 – Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST) Council. https://adminrules.idaho.gov/rules/current/11/1101.pdf


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