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

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

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/

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


    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.


    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


    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.


    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


    Police Officer

    Description
    Enforces laws and ordinances of the City, County and State. Makes arrests and bookings. Patrols an assigned area on foot or by vehicle. Performs patrol activities, to include pursuing and apprehending subjects, conducting felony stops, conducting teletype checks, controlling disorderly persons, transporting subjects and prisoners, searching for wanted persons, conducting dwelling and ground checks. Conducts investigations, to include crime scenes, deaths, abuse cases, domestic violence, traffic accidents, animal calls and non police action calls. Collects disposes and secures evidence. Writes reports and processes paperwork.

    Skills and Qualifications
    · United States Citizen · Minimum 21 years of age (Candidates may apply 6 months prior to their 21 birthday) · High school diploma or equivalent ·Applicants for sworn positions must possess either at least a two (2) year college (AA or AS) degree or have satisfactorily completed a minimum of fifty-four (54) accredited college or university credits recognized by the U.S. Department of Education; or three (3) years of prior full-time continuous military service; or a combination thereof. The application process will follow that of full- time police officers.


    Principal

    Description
    >MAIN DUTIES:

    >
  • Budget and financial management.
  • Plan and supervise a curriculum that prepares children for an international school education in Papua New Guinea or for an education system in the home countries.
  • To ensure that the school environment is safe for all.
  • To recruit and supervise all personnel.
  • Skills and Qualifications
    >QUALIFICATIONS AND WORK EXPERIENCE:

    >
  • Committed to the philosophy and goals of HCGS.
  • Appropriate administration certification/diploma/credentials earned, or tertiary qualification recognised as equivalent.
  • Preferred that applicant have at least one year experience in school administration.
  • >PERSONAL QUALITIES:

    >
  • A love and understanding for children.
  • Must be accepting of children of other nationalities.
  • To be a servant leader.
  • To be firm and understanding in dealing with parents, teachers and students.

  • Teacher

    Description
    >Are you a vibrant follower of Christ, with a passion for mission work? If you are a trained and enthusiastic person who loves to work with children, we invite you to consider this role.

    >

     

    Being a teacher in our school must be the ideal job: small teacher-student ratios of around 1:15, dynamic national and expat colleagues, a palpable sense of God’s presence and blessing, great facilities and all the necessary resources! We pay a good local salary and may provide housing and airfares. Mt. Hagen is a safe and growing city with a network of missionaries from the MAF base and other agencies. Email principal@highlandsgrammar.com to start a discussion about next steps to serving in Papua New Guinea.

    Teachers who are passionate about education, creative and committed Christians are asked to apply to the Principal.

    Skills and Qualifications
    >Requirements
    Registered teacher in country of origin
    Bachelor of Education
    Experience with Australian curriculum (or similar)
    Ability to teach in English to split classes
    Strong ICT skills

    >Commencement date: January

    >Bonus
    Ability to teach music
    Mentoring and training teachers


    Early Learning Teacher

    Description
    >HCG is looking for a qualified, internationally educated Early Years teacher, with training in Jolly Phonics preferred. Being a Kindy/Foundation (named Pre-School in North America) teacher in our school is said to be the ideal job: small class size, dynamic national and expat colleagues, a palpable sense of God’s presence and blessing, great facilities and with a teacher’s assistant!

    >

    We use the Jolly Phonics program for our early years and this has been a great success. Are you a vibrant follower of Christ, with a passion for mission work? If you are a trained and enthusiastic person who loves to work with children at the early learning stage, we invite you to consider this role. We pay a good local salary and may provide housing and airfares. Mt. Hagen is a safe and growing city with a network of missionaries from the MAF base and other agencies.

     

    Being an Early Learning (named Pre-School in North America) teacher in our school is said to be the ideal job: small class size, dynamic national and expat colleagues, a palpable sense of God’s presence and blessing, great facilities and with a teacher’s assistant! We use the Jolly Phonics program for our early years and this has been a great success. Are you a vibrant follower of Christ, with a passion for mission work? If you are a trained and enthusiastic person who loves to work with children at the early learning stage, we invite you to consider this role. We pay a good local salary and may provide housing and airfares. Mt. Hagen is a safe and growing city with a network of missionaries from the MAF base and other agencies. Email principal@highlandsgrammar.com to start a discussion about next steps to serving in Papua New Guinea.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Requirements
    Registered teacher in country of origin
    Bachelor of Education
    Experience with Australian curriculum (or similar)
    Ability to teach in English to split classes
    Strong ICT skills


    Library Service Supervisor

    Description
    Reasonable Accommodations Statement
    To accomplish this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable
    accommodation, each essential function satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to help
    enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    Essential Functions Statement(s)
    Supervisor - Responsible for all work performed by assigned Department staff. Hires, trains, coaches
    and evaluates staff assigned to the department. Ensures that customers receive the best quality service
    within established guidelines. Reports staffing issues and needs to the Director.
    Management - Plan, develop and organize the resources of the department to best meet the objectives

    of the library. Participates as a member of the library's management team, identify and recommend
    changes to library procedures, plans, policy, and goals. Work cooperatively with other department
    heads to improve the library.
    Collection Management - Directs the management of assigned library collections through selection,
    ordering, and weeding, while ensuring that the budget is not exceeded. Is aware of available materials
    and patron preferences.
    Programming - Leads the planning of the department's public programs schedule for the year,
    identifying ideas, resources, and training needed to provide engaging and enriching services for the
    department's assigned population.
    Community Relations- Participates in authorized community activities as a representative of the
    library, to develop a cooperative working relationship with citizens and community organizations.
    Meets with individuals and groups concerning library issues and works towards mutually acceptable
    resolution of concerns.
    Professional Development - Is actively learning and developing skills necessary to grow as a librarian
    and employee. Is a member of professional associations' and attends conferences, presenting as
    possible. Identifies appropriate training and requests opportunity and resources to attend. Offers
    mentoring to others within the library and the library community.
    Grant Management - Finds, applies for and manages grants to supplement youth services
    collection, programming, and other resources. Directs and manages other grants written
    within the department.

    Skills and Qualifications
    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE
    Considerable knowledge of Nampa city and library policies.
    Considerable knowledge of the mission, vision and goals of the Nampa Public Library.
    Considerable knowledge of assigned department procedures and functions.
    Considerable knowledge of principles, practices and techniques of management, planning, leadership

    and supervision.
    Considerable knowledge of assigned department budget, materials and resources.
    Considerable knowledge of staff management, including selection, training, counseling, performance
    evaluation and record keeping.
    Considerable knowledge of library resources, print and non-print, which may include but are not

    limited to catalogs, indexes, reference materials, circulating and non-circulating collections, and audio-
    visual equipment.

    Considerable knowledge of community resources, libraries, and other information sources.
    Awareness of current issues and events.
    SKILLS/ABILITIES

    Ability to assist in developing, implementing, documenting and achieving Library goals and
    objectives.
    Ability to organize and prioritize work, establish and maintain appropriate organizational structure and
    delegate authority to accomplish goals and objectives.
    Ability to direct, motivate and lead a diverse staff.
    Ability to assist staff plan, design, direct and deliver programs to meet clientele needs.
    Ability to use library equipment employed in all phases or functions of assigned duties, including basic
    computer operation, microfiche, microfilm, and copy machine.
    Ability to troubleshoot minor computer problems and other equipment malfunctions.
    Ability to solve problems using diplomatic resolution strategies.
    Ability to work independently and provide assistance to patrons and other library staff as needed.
    Ability to perform a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy and speed under the
    pressure of time-sensitive deadlines.
    Ability to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing, using both technical and
    non-technical language.
    Ability to understand and follow oral and/or written policies, procedures, and instructions, use logical
    and creative thought processes to develop solutions according to written specifications and/or oral
    instructions, and prepare and present accurate and reliable reports containing findings and
    recommendations.
    Integrity, ingenuity, and inventiveness in the performance of assigned tasks.
    POSITION QUALIFICATIONS
    Competency Statement(s)

    Analytical Thinking - Using a logical reasoning process to break down the work through a situation or
    problem to arrive at an outcome. Recognizing fundamental elements of a situation, clarifying the
    situation, examining the facts, evaluating, interpreting and integrating solutions.
    Commitment to Safety - Understands, encourages and carries out the principles of integrated safety
    management; complies with or oversees the compliance with safety policies and procedures; completes
    all required training; takes personal responsibility for safety.
    Conceptual Thinking - Ability to think in terms of abstract ideas.
    Customer Oriented - Ability to take care of the customers’ needs while following company
    procedures.
    Judgment - The ability to formulate a sound decision using the available information.
    Loyal - The trait of feeling a duty to the employer.
    Management Skills - Ability to organize and direct oneself and effectively supervise others.
    Strategic Thinking/Planning - Ability to develop a vision for the future and create a culture in which
    the long range goals can be achieved. Understands and processes complex information and exercises
    sound judgment, considering the situation, the issues, the key players, and the levels of authority
    involved. Proposes courses of action that further the objectives, priorities, and vision of the
    organization.
    Team Builder - Ability to convince a group of people to work toward a goal.
    Time Management - Ability to effectively utilize available time for the completion of necessary job
    tasks.
    Education: Master's Degree Required, Field of Study: Library or Information Science Or Any
    combination of experience and training which provides the equivalent scope of
    knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform the work.

    Experience: 4 plus years of experience in Library Operation, including Supervisory experience
    Or Any combination of experience and training which provides the equivalent scope of
    knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform the work.

    Computer
    Skills:

    Ability to operate or quickly learn to operate a personal computer using standard or
    customized software applications appropriate to assigned tasks and the ability and
    willingness to quickly learn and put to use new skills and knowledge brought about by
    rapidly changing information and/or technology.


    Customer Service Representative

    Description
    WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU? Start with the Paycheck: Customer Service Representatives earn between $22,880.00 to $33,150.00 per year to start! You have the opportunity to receive an increase every 6 months until you reach top pay of $36,426.00! Add a full benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, 401(k), paid time off, and work/life resources, tuition Reimbursement plus a 50% off your AT&T wireless service and discounts on other AT&T products and services. Career possibilities are limitless with AT&T. You will have the chance to round out your experience with training on the latest technology, devices, and our entire lineup of products, services and promotions. What you'll do: Handle customer questions, complaints, and billing inquiries with the highest degree of courtesy and professionalism to resolve customer issues with one call resolution. Offer alternative solutions where appropriate with the objective of retaining customer's business. Handle business transactions in connection with activation of new customer accounts on a computer terminal. Communicate with customers using web-based tools and demonstrate the associated proficiency in typing and grammar. Make financial decisions to protect/collect revenues and adjusts customer accounts. May be required to achieve a sales quota.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Required Qualifications: 6 months to 1 year of customer service/sales experience preferred Availability to work a flexible schedule which includes all hours of call center operation


    “Health Advocate” at the Community Council of Idaho Migrant & Seasonal Head Start Program in Caldwell

    Description
    Responsibilities of Health Advocate would include such things as: • Implementing the UCLA Health Literacy Program for enrolled MSHS/HIP parents • Ensuring quality services for MSHS enrolled children and families • Developing health resource packets • Linking families to needed community resources such as medical & dental homes • Promotion of health and nutrition literacy at program based and community events • Tracking and monitoring of health and nutrition literacy program outcomes • Implementing “health and safety practices”

    Skills and Qualifications
    The AmeriCorps Program is currently seeking a motivated individual to serve full-time (~33 hours per week) for one full year as a “Health Advocate” at the Community Council of Idaho Migrant & Seasonal Head Start Program in Caldwell. To be eligible: • Ability to read, write and speak English and Spanish is preferred • Must be 18 years of age or older. • Have a Driver’s License & Reliable Transportation for minimal travel. • Pass a Background Check. • Must be a US Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident. • Must be computer literate in Word, Excel, Power Point, etc. • Be able to complete 1700 total hours over one full year. • Previous experience or knowledge in public health setting and/or outreach • Previous experience or knowledge in interviewing and home visiting • Have an interest in assisting the underserved and an interest in health care. This is a fabulous opportunity to get additional experience in public health and/or to complete required Internship hours through school (if approved by department). The Site will work around a school schedule (if pertinent), & will adequately train the individual to complete the required service. BENEFITS: • Living stipend of up to $12,630 paid over one full year • 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) • Flexibility with school schedules • 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.


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

    Description
    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. 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 • Preform other duties as assigned

    Skills and Qualifications
    To be eligible: • Must be Bi-lingual in English and Spanish • 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.


    Hadoop Developer

    Description
    1. Working on Hadoop Technologies – SPARK, HBase, Hive, Pig 2. Back-end programming, specifically java, JS, Node.js and OOAD 3. Translate complex functional and technical requirements into detailed design 4. Writing Pig Latin scripts 5. Spark data processing, HiveQL We, ELocus Technical Services, based in Walnut, CA have several ongoing projects where we have lot of open positions. This is Hadoop Developer position and there is no need to have a technical background for this position. We will provide you training from the scratch. Also, we will provide H1b visa sponsorships for students on F1 Visa. If interested do send us an email with your updated profile at recruiter1@elocusinc.com or you can also call us on 973-795-4280 for further details.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Graduates/Post Graduates with Technical Degree. Applicant Must be Graduated in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Programming, Computer Applications, Software Development, Software Engineering, Information Technology.


    Hadoop Admin

    Description
    1. On-going administration of Hadoop infrastructure. 2. Aligning with the engineering team to deploy new hardware and software environments required for Hadoop and to expand existing environments. 3. Working with data delivery teams to deploy Hive structures and Sentry rules. 4. Cluster maintenance as well as creation and removal of nodes using tools like Cloudera Manager and Mammoth. We, ELocus Technical Services, based in Walnut, CA have several ongoing projects where we have lot of open positions. This is Hadoop Admin position and there is no need to have a technical background for this position. We will provide you training from the scratch. Also, we will provide H1b visa sponsorships for students on F1 Visa. If interested do send us an email with your updated profile at recruiter1@elocusinc.com or you can also call us on 973-795-4280 for further details.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Graduates/Post Graduates with Technical Degree. Applicant Must be Graduated in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Programming, Computer Applications, Software Development, Software Engineering, Information Technology.


    Spark Developer

    Description
    1. Java and Scala Programming. 2. Developing Applications used in Cloud Environment 3. EMR, HIVE and S3. 4. PostgreQL We, ELocus Technical Services, based in Walnut, CA have several ongoing projects where we have lot of open positions. This is Spark Developer position and there is no need to have a technical background for this position. We will provide you training from the scratch. Also, we will provide H1b visa sponsorships for students on F1 Visa. If interested do send us an email with your updated profile at recruiter1@elocusinc.com or you can also call us on 973-795-4280 for further details.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Graduates/Post Graduates with Technical Degree. Applicant Must be Graduated in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Programming, Computer Applications, Software Development, Software Engineering, Information Technology.


    Community Support Worker

    Description
    Job Description for Community Support Worker:
    We are looking for an active and energetic community support worker to provide developmental
    therapy for a 23-year- old male who is diagnosed with Autism. He receives services through Self Direct
    via Health and Welfare. He needs assistance in increasing his independence in activities of daily living,
    self-regulation, and vocational ability.
    He is an active, fun, and humorous young man who would like the opportunity for growth and a CSW
    who will assist him in such endeavors. He enjoys animals and would like to volunteer in such an area to
    build work experience. He loves getting out into the community and engaging in purposeful activities
    that bring him fulfillment.
    Responsibilities:
     Be on time and reliable
     Be caring, Kind, and Compassionate
     Be regular and clear with communication
     Help promote independence in activities of daily living through formal and informal methods
     Be familiar with Support Plan and Therapy goals
     Maintain documentation and log of services provided & time in/out
     Help with coping during over stimulation at home or in public
     Willing and able to play physical games, including Pickle Ball, Swimming, Bowling, etc.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Requirements:
     CSW needs to be a male, preferably active and energetic
     Bachelor Degree preferred (social work, psychology, or a related field)
     Clean criminal history and driving record
     Experience working with children and adults with developmental disabilities (2 years and/or
    2,000 hours)
     Likeminded and willing to uphold tenets and mission established by employer
     Respectful and able to follow boundaries established by employer
     Patient and flexible
     Professional and Goal Driven
     Be able to self-initiate and be innovative
     Cheerful and outgoing


    Registered Nurse RN - Home Infusion - Fulltime EOM - Idaho Falls ID

    Description
    Position Summary: As a Registered Nurse (RN), Home Infusion you will work outside the walls of a hospital setting in a growing specialized area of the nursing field. If you are spending 12 hours on your feet or rushing from patient to patient with no time to provide quality patient care, this would be the perfect opportunity to change your work environment. Our nurses have the time and a balanced schedule to build strong one-on-one relationships with your patients and their families. As a Home Infusion RN you will… * Provide a broad range of infusion therapies in our patients’ homes * Make a difference by using your clinical IV experience and personal touch to assist our patients recover in the comfort of their own home. * Provide one-on-one home infusion nursing care visits and patient education in accordance with the physician’s plan of treatment. * Additional licensure may be required in multi state service areas * Have excellent written and verbal customer service skills in order to interact with the patient, physician, pharmacist and other partners. * Challenge your clinical nursing (RN) skills by receiving continuous training on leading edge technology and clinical requirements in specialty infusion. Certification and re-certification expenses can be reimbursed for eligible RNs such as Certified Registered Nurse of Infusion (CRNI®)! In this role, you will visit patients located in the Pocatello and Idaho Falls ID area and the surrounding areas, full time Monday through Friday, with some availability needed evenings and weekends. Participate in the on-call rotation as determined by business needs. Registered Nurses (RN ) with Coram CVS/specialty infusion services, have a uniquely rewarding setting to use their exceptional nursing skills. As a national leader in the home infusion field and a Fortune 7 company, we seek those special RNs who not only possess strong clinical expertise with creative ideas but the kind of deep compassion and sensitivity it takes to treat people in their homes.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Required Qualifications: * Registered Nurse with current license in state of Idaho * Minimum three years nursing experience * Minimum of one year infusion/IV experience * Have and maintain current CPR certification * Possess a valid and current driver’s license and auto insurance * Have experience with Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook and Word to document and track patient care activity Preferred Qualifications: * Home healthcare experience * CRNI certification Education: RN Diploma, Associates or B.S. degree in nursing


    Caregiver

    Description
    Resident Aides are responsible for the care of residents including bathing, dressing, incontinence care, hygiene, mobility assistance, transferring assistance, eating assistance, orientation assistance, and help with incidental requests. This assistance may be hands-on or through verbal cuing depending on residents’ care plans. Resident aides are responsible for answering resident pendant activation and satisfying resident needs in a timely manner. Resident aides may also help with housekeeping, dietary, laundry, maintenance, and activity assignments. Resident Aides are responsible for charting cares and communicating resident issues to the nurse or Administrator. Resident Aides are overseen by the Medication Aide and supervised by the Health Care Coordinator, ParkSide Coordinator, Administrator, and/or on-call supervisor when applicable. Physical requirements of the position require the ability to lift, push and/or pull 50 pounds.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Must be 18+ and must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug test.


    Cook

    Description
    AM Cooks are responsible for preparing and serving the breakfast and dinner (noon) meals at Park Place to residents and designated staff members. The AM Cook supervises the delivery of services in the dining room, as well as the dietary staff in the kitchen for the breakfast and dinner (noon) meals. PM Cooks are responsible for serving the dinner (noon) meal and preparing and serving the supper meal. The PM Cook supervises the delivery of services in the dining room, as well as the dietary staff in the kitchen for the supper meal. This supervision includes overseeing the resident care staff assisting with food service in the dining room. The Cooks must be knowledgeable of resident diet orders and dietary restrictions and is responsible for the implementation of these orders. The Cook will follow preparation sheets, pull prescribed items for upcoming preparation needs, and utilize recipes in the preparation of meals. The Cook is responsible to ensure that the necessary food items and supplies are available for use for menu implementation by tracking inventory and communicating ordering needs to appropriate persons and/or ordering necessary items. The Cook is responsible to communicate any equipment issues or repair needs to the maintenance department. The Cook is also responsible to communicate dietary matters pertinent to the dietary staff via appropriate channels, such as verbally or through the dietary log. The Cooks are supervised by the Dietary Supervisor, Administrator and/or on-call supervisor when applicable. Physical requirements of the position include the ability to lift, push and/or pull 50 pounds.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug test.


    Supervised Visitation

    Description
    We are an agency that provides supervised visitation to families that have been disrupted by child abuse, neglect, domestic violence or custody disputes. We are in need of a full-time facilitator. The successful applicant will be available to work approximately thirty hours per week. Must be available afternoons, evenings, and weekends. Schedule and hours will vary from week to week.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Applicants will: • Be twenty-one (21) years of age or older; • Pass a criminal background check; • Have knowledge of emotional and practical ramifications of domestic violence, physical and sexual abuse, substance abuse, separation and divorce; • Have a working knowledge of child development stages; • Shall be able to observe perceptively; • Be able to write concise observations of visits; • Shall be assertive, self-composed, self-assured and able to exercise their authority as necessary; • Be and remain objective; • Demonstrate good judgment; • Have and continue to develop good communication and interpersonal skills; must be able to understand and interpret nonverbal messages; • Be able and willing to maintain an independent role and draw boundaries; • Be patient and flexible; • Have the ability and willingness to relate to all cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic groups and different lifestyles; • Be comfortable advocating for children and able to refrain from taking sides in disputes between the parents.


    RN Care Coordinator

    Description
    RN Care Coordinator Community Partnerships of Idaho Care Plus provides Care Coordination to individuals in Idaho.  Currently Care Plus provides Care Coordination to individuals who receive Medicare and Medicaid assistance who are enrolled in the Blue Cross of Idaho True Blue Special Needs Plan.  Our focus is to assure high quality, person centered care and promote improvement in health and quality of life. We are currently looking for a candidate to work as a Care Coordinator in the Boise/Elmore County areas.  This position will start immediately.  Care Coordinator Position Description: The Care Coordinator provides care coordination services to individuals enrolled in the Blue Cross of Idaho Dual Eligible Special Needs Plan in Boise/Elmore County areas.  The Care Coordinator acts as the single point of contact for enrollees, completes annual comprehensive health assessments, monitors the provision of covered services, works with enrolled members to develop an individualized plan of care, and provides care coordination in a comprehensive manner.  Care Coordinators work closely with the state-wide care coordination team and other interdisciplinary care team members to ensure that members receive all necessary care and services appropriate to the needs of the enrollee.

    Skills and Qualifications
    What you need:  Registered Nurse (RN) Care coordination/case management experience Goal setting/care plan development Self-motivated Group process and team dynamics Knowledge of long term services and supports Customer service Organizational skills and time management skills Excellent verbal and written communication Clinical experience Ability to learn, ask questions and process information Ability to interact with individuals from various socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds Experience with electronic health record documentation What we offer: A fun, fast paced, and collaborative work environment Meaningful and fulfilling work helping others achieve their long-term goals A flexible schedule working Monday - Friday during regular business hours Benefits: Full time employees are offered the benefits listed below.  Benefit eligibility begins the first of the month following sixty days of full time employment. Medical Dental Vision 401k Paid Time Off/Holidays Life/Leadership Coaching (available after 120 days of employment) Salary: $28.00 - $32.00 DOE


    : IT -Applications Software Specialist- Software Developer (17-944)

    Description
    Location: Boise, Idaho (83709) Anticipated Start Date: January 16, 2018 (or sooner) Position Type: Full Year (12 months or more), Salary/ Exempt Benefits Eligible: Yes | www.psmfc.org/benefits Salary Target: $60,210 – 93,821/year, DOE Job Number: 17-944 How to Apply: Online at www.psmfc.org/careers Closing Date: December 30, 2017 at 9pm PT Position/Project Specifics This full time position is a software development role working with an integrated team of other developers, quality assurance, a product owner and support and training specialist in a Scrum/Agile environment. The primary objective for this position will be to code and design enhancements and additional components of an ASP.NET Web Application that collects and stores data to a SQL Server, using Angular, C#, JavaScript, TypeScript and Kendo UI. This position will also focus on creating and enhancing integration tests using SpecFlow, Gherkin and Cucumber for all existing and new development. This role will be responsible for defining and analyzing technical and functional requirements and specifications while collaborating with a product owner and senior developers. Position Duties • Enhancement and Support of Biz Logic/DAL • Participation in the development of sound software engineering practices • Defining and analyzing technical and functional requirements and specifications • Independent work while being Team and Self Aware • Effective & creative problem solving • Contribute feedback and input on the web & application architecture as well as • the technologies used • Participate in Agile/Scrum environment • Code Review • Continuous Improvement • Team Communication Essential Functions (The functions listed are characteristic of the type and level of work associated with this group and pay band. They are not all-inclusive. Individual positions may perform some or all, as well as other similar work.) • Define and analyze technical and functional requirements and specifications. Assure they are consistent with current and planned infrastructure and data environments. • Develop software components, data flow, relationship and other models and the data structures to implement the models. • Develop code, test, debug, document and deploy systems and application software. • Develop web-based application interfaces to databases. • Maintain engineering control processes as a mechanism for software modifications.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Knowledge Required by the Position At the lower end of the range, the employee has broad knowledge, abilities, and skills as follows: Ability to analyze, design, test, and implement complex, personal computer based, real-time, data acquisition system software. • Ability to develop complex software applications. • Ability to create entity relationship models, process data flow models. • Knowledge of relational database management systems and structured query language. • Knowledge of effective technical writing techniques. • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing. • Ability to interact and deal effectively with individuals and groups having diverse backgrounds (biologists, engineers, statisticians, economists, fiscal specialists, computer specialists, etc.) to translate their needs to software functionality. At the upper end of the range, the employee uses mastery-level knowledge and abilities to develop state-of-the-art technology and functionality. Additional Mandatory Skills • 2 years hands-on experience with ‘full-stack' web development. Using C#, ASP.NET, IIS, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Angular, MSSQL, PostgreSQL, Kendo UI, JQuery • Proficiency in object-oriented design & development & unit-testing, preferably in ASP.NET MVC with C# • Experience with continuous integration • The ability to learn quickly with minimal training • Experience with enterprise architecture & developer tools • Working knowledge of GIT Additional Desirable Skills Experience with any of the following: • Dapper or similar ORM • NWJS or Node • WPF (desktop) • Infragistics WPF Controls • ASP.Net MVC • MVVM design pattern • TDD • Agile/Scrum Physical Demands The work is sedentary with moderate walking between workstations and carrying folders, reports, and similar light loads. Work Environment The work is performed in an office setting with adequate lighting, heating and ventilation. There are the normal risks of an office environment. Minimal travel is required. Minimum Qualification Requirements: Preference will be given to candidates that possess a Bachelor's degree in computer science, engineering, technology or related field or equivalent experience. Candidates must present one year of Specialized Experience** which demonstrates: • Knowledge of the customary approaches, techniques, and requirements appropriate to systems and applications software design and development; • Knowledge of planning sequences necessary to accomplish assignments where this entailed coordination with others outside the organizational unit and development of project controls; and adaptation of guidelines or precedents to the needs of the assignment. **The Specialized Experience must equip the candidate with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position, and is typically in or related to the work of the position to be filled. To be creditable, the Specialized Experience must have been equivalent to at least the next lower level in the normal line of progression position. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission is an Affirmative Action (AA) and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and welcomes all qualified applicants. Applicants will receive fair and impartial consideration without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic data, or other legally protected status. If you have a disability and need assistance completing the application form, you may call the PSMFC human resources office at (503) 595-3100 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. PST, Monday-Friday. Reasonable accommodations for interviews will be provided upon request to individuals with disabilities. We maintain a drug-free workplace.


    Kindergarten & Primary School English Teacher in China

    Description
    This is a great opportunity for recent graduates who have a heart for traveling, mentoring students, touching lives, and to discover a career as an educator in China! If you like what you see in our get to know us video, keep reading! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhu1m9BOoc8 Job Description: Sias University operates a Chinese “Kindergarten” (ages 3-6) and a Chinese primary school (grades 1-5) for our faculty’s children. Each year for the last 4 years they have added another year to their primary school. Fall 2016 there will be grades 1-6. We have two foreign faculty working in the Kindergarten teaching English and every year we are looking hiring teachers who have a passion for teaching English to Chinese children. Kindergarten teachers teach children ages 3-6. Instruction in English in conjunction with a Chinese Teacher. The Kindergarten position is an all day job, with set hours worked every day for five days a week. It includes more than just teaching, and requires less content preparation, and more interaction with the kids. A Chinese teacher works with the foreign teacher in class throughout the day. (2 Openings)The Primary school position is in a classroom setting. The teacher only needs to be there during the time they are teaching, and can come and go when not teaching the class. In this position there is less in-class Chinese language support. Read more about primary school position at http://www.academicsinasia.com/sias-university-elementary-school-positions/ Working Conditions: The school is located across the street from the main entrance of Sias University. Work will be performed in the classroom, on the play-ground, and in a dining/sleeping room. A typical work schedule is at-teached. Teachers should expect to be present in the Kindergarten 20 hours a week (Occasionally special events require more classroom time). Core Responsibilities: 1.Provide children with an opportunity to learn English from a native English teacher. This is accomplished through instruction in Basic English words, interaction through free play time and directions in ful-filling daily tasks such as using the restroom, and preparing for meals. 2. Some lesson planning is required to supplement what is provided by the Chinese faculty. 3. Expected to participate in English Competitions which involves teaching students a drama and three to four songs that they will perform for a competition. 4. Supervision Provided. Superintendent of the Kindergarten and the office of ICED Benefits: oAirfare to China and return Airfare (with completed one year contract) oPrivate Apartment oInternet and Utilities Paid oThree Free Meals Per Day(we provide both western dishes and Chinese food) oMedical Care Allowance oAccident Insurance oFree Weekend Trips oPaid Winter Holiday (8-9 weeks of holiday/7-8 weeks paid) oExtra activities: free Chinese Lessons; special holiday meals oSupports from foreign administrator staff oLarge foreign community. oOnsite training and mentoring oConvenient transportation in Zhengzhou, easy to travel to famous cities in China. oSalaries range from 4,500 RMB to 6,500 RMB a month depending on degree attained and other factors, with annual raises (in 10 months its possible to save $4000 USD). Get more information at http://www.academicsinasia.com/sias-university-elementary-school-positions/ Qualifications: 1. Personal: Must enjoy interaction with Children. Be Mature Dependable. Willing to work in a in a cross-cultural work environment with little support from foreign supervisors. Possess excellent classroom management skills. 2. Educational: Bachelor’s degree or above. Preferred background and experience in the field of early education. At least two years teaching experience at any level or TESOL certificate. Want to see how teachers live at SIAS? Introducing our teachers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhu1m9BOoc8 Join Facebook Pages: http://www.facebook.com/academicsinasiahttp://www.facebook.com/siasuniversity See our housing: http://www.academicsinasia.com/foreign-faculty-housing/ See what you will eat: http://www.academicsinasia.com/food/ Daily life and stories from found in Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/academicsinasia Teacher FAQ will help you a lot: www.academicsinasia.com/faq/ Keep in Touch and Be Informed! Join our Job Alerts Updates Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/CqyGD Contact me (with ANY questions), Aaron Vorbau aaron@academicsinasia.com +1 209-877-7427 Skype: academicsinasia WeChat: avorbau

    Skills and Qualifications
    see details in description


    Oral English and Business Leadership Teachers in China

    Description
    Job Description This is a great opportunity for recent graduates who have a heart for traveling, mentoring students, touching lives, and to discover a career as an educator in Asia! If you like what you see in our get to know us video, keep reading! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhu1m9BOoc8 We are hiring a total of 50 new teachers: 30 Oral English Positions - http://www.academicsinasia.com/oral-english/ 20 Academic Positions - http://www.academicsinasia.com/academics/ Deadline to apply is January 30th (or until filled). The earlier you apply the more likely you will get in the first round of job offers. What are your work duties? Oral English Teachers: http://www.academicsinasia.com/oral-english/ 55 of our 135 foreign faculties teach Oral English classes which are offered for freshman and sophomores. These classes provide a distinct chance to interact with students on a more personal level. Because these classes have an average of only 25 students, relationships are more easily established and exceptional conversational practice is more easily accessible. Preparation time for each week lessons is kept minimal as teams work together and follow an established curriculum. Teachers are required to teach 18 hours of class time each week with two additional Office Hours being set aside for meeting with students. This leaves plenty of time for other professional and social endeavors. Academic Teachers: http://www.academicsinasia.com/academics/ We offer a variety of academic courses, briefly outlined below. These courses are offered through the School of Foreign Languages and School of Business. Academic teachers prepare lectures and discussions for classes of 60 students on average, and multimedia classrooms are assigned for these courses. The full-time teaching load for academics is 12 class hours a week, providing ample time for preparation and meeting with students. Textbooks and other resources, including supervision, are provided. Applicants with corresponding degrees, teaching experience or work experience in an academic course discipline will be considered for openings. The following academic courses have been offered at Sias from 2009-2017 through the School of Foreign Languages or School of Business. Not all of them are offered each semester: English Composition, English Listening, English Through Films, Extensive Reading, Introduction to Western Literature, Public Speaking, Survey of American and British History, Western Culture and Etiquette, Western Newspapers and Magazines, Business Communications, Business Management, Cross-Cultural Communication, Financial Accounting, Financial Management, Introduction to International Economics. Get more information at http://www.academicsinasia.com and http://www.en.sias.edu.cn What are your benefits working at SIAS University? oAirfare to China and return Airfare (with completed one year contract) oPrivate Apartment oInternet and Utilities Paid oThree Free Meals Per Day(we provide both western dishes and Chinese food) oMedical Care Allowance oAccident Insurance oFree Weekend Trips oPaid Winter Holiday (8-9 weeks of holiday/7-8 weeks paid) oExtra activities: free Chinese Lessons; special holiday meals oSupports from foreign administrator staff oLarge foreign community. oOnsite training and mentoring oConvenient transportation in Zhengzhou, easy to travel to famous cities in China. oSalaries range from 4,500 RMB to 6,500 RMB a month depending on degree attained and other factors, with annual raises (in 10 months its possible to save $4000 USD). Want to see how teachers live at SIAS? Introducing our teachers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhu1m9BOoc8 Join Facebook Pages: http://www.facebook.com/academicsinasiahttp://www.facebook.com/siasuniversity See our housing: http://www.academicsinasia.com/foreign-faculty-housing/ See what you will eat: http://www.academicsinasia.com/food/ Daily life and stories from found in Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/academicsinasia We want you to be like this! You don't have to have any teaching experience. This is a great opportunity for those who would love to travel, mentor, and touch lives in China through teaching. 1. Professional Minimum of Baccalaureate degree TESOL/TEFL certification may be required if less than 2 years teaching experience Teaching experience preferred (but not required) Desire to interact in a cross-cultural setting Willingness to learn and develop teaching with excellence higher degrees preferred with additional compensation in salary. 2. Moral Ability to work with a myriad of people from different cultures and backgrounds Willingness to enter into a foreign country with patience and diligence 3. Social You will be living in a community for 150 Foreigners with 120-300 impressionable students looking up to you as a role model. You will be expected to be personable, be a team player, and realize life in China requires FLEXIBILITY. Keep in Touch and Be Informed! Join our Job Alerts Updates Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/CqyGD Teacher FAQ will help you a lot: www.academicsinasia.com/faq/ How to apply? Contact me (with ANY questions), Aaron Vorbau aaron@academicsinasia.com +1 209-877-7427 Skype: academicsinasia WeChat: avorbau

    Skills and Qualifications
    see details in description


    Creative Services Tech

    Description
    The Creative Services Tech IV collaborates primarily with News, Digital, and the Creative Services team to market the station's brand, newscasts, programming, Digital/Social Media.
     Key activities

    Skills and Qualifications
    Education & Experience/Certifications

    Skills & Abilities  Work environment


    Care Provider

    Description
    <span rgb(34,="" 34,="" 34);="" font-family:="" arial,="" sans-serif;="" font-size:="" 12.8px;"="">Care provider in the 3 and 4 year olds class.  This person must be able to put together daily indoor and outdoor activities, prepare age-appropriate arts and crafts, help children with life and problem-solving skills, and have a heart for working with younger children.  Must have good communication skills, be punctual, dependable, and flexible.   I need someone who is both a team player and an independent worker.

    Skills and Qualifications
    st<span rgb(34,="" 34,="" 34);="" font-family:="" arial,="" sans-serif;="" font-size:="" 12.8px;"=""> aid within their first 90 days of employment.   I am seeking people who are friendly, energetic, that have great common sense and previous experience is preferred.


    Care Provider

    Description
    Care provider for the toddler room.  We need someone who can herd ducks!!    Must be patient, and love challenging this age with songs, and activities that enhance their growth and development and yet be gentle, fun and loving. 

    Skills and Qualifications
    Have to be able to pass a criminal background check, drug screen and take 12 required hours of Idaho Stars training and get their CPR & 1st aid within their first 90 days of employment.   I am seeking people who are friendly, energetic, that have great common sense and previous experience is preferred.
     


    Special Education Teacher

    Description
    Classroom Teacher

    Skills and Qualifications
    All applicants must hold or be eligible for proper Idaho Certification with proper endorsements.


    Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park

    Description
    URBAN AIR TRAMPOLINE AND ADVENTURE PARK --- WANTS YOU! We are hiring for all positions, including front desk staff, concessions, court monitors, kitchen staff and party hosts. Join our great team and enjoy a work environment that is built on fun! Monday through Thursday from 3 to 6 p.m. Come dressed to impress for interviews! 3876 E Lanark St, Meridian, ID 83642 Job Type: Part-time Salary: $7.50 to $15.00 /hour

    Skills and Qualifications
    Must be 16 years or older to apply. Skills and Qualifications - High energy and fantastic customer service skills- Previous work experience in retail, restaurant or hospitality preferred but not required - Cash handling experience We encourage athletic minded individuals to apply due to the physical nature of our business but do not require it as all team members are required to perform to equal levels of performance or greater.


    Community Connection Pastor

    Description
    Job Summary Mt. Scott Church desires to connect more deeply with our neighborhood and community in Portland, Oregon. We affirm our call as God’s ambassadors as He makes His appeal through us to make known that He has reconciled the world to himself through His son, Jesus Christ. The Community Connections Pastor job is crucial as we seek to increase engagement between our congregation and our neighbors, as well as the broader community. We also want to connect with organizations that seek to improve the lives and the health of all who live here. This includes coordinating volunteers for both new and existing opportunities and assimilating new people who would choose to be part of the church. This is a full-time pastoral position with benefits and reports to the Senior Pastor. Responsibilities and Duties • Works to develop and establish relationships with key community organizations, (neighborhood associations, social agencies, advocacy groups, schools, and other community minded churches) • Advertises for, trains and develops volunteers for community engagement • Oversees our Community Connection Center (a gathering place for all which includes meeting rooms, coffee bar, work space, and play area) • Oversees assimilation, developing a First Impressions Team, making sure a first time visitor is comfortable, informed and knows what next steps of involvement look like • Oversees our Shelter Group Ministry (a ministry of care and connection) • Works closely with the Executive Pastor and Office Administrator to schedule building for community use • Works closely with the Youth and Children’s Ministry Coordinators to reach out to families • Serves with the pastoral team as a loyal partner in work, fellowship and prayer, devoted to ministry together as a model of the harmony of the body of Christ and toward our chosen vision of the church in this location • Serves as part of the Sunday morning preaching team as scheduled by Senior Pastor • Needs to be willing to work Saturdays when the job requires

    Skills and Qualifications
    • Bachelor's degree in ministry or related field • Five years’ experience with community connection (church or parachurch) • Ordained or in the process of ordination • Bilingual – Spanish speaker preferred, but not required


    Coro Fellowship In Public Affairs

    Description
    Coro is a non-partisan, non-profit organization developing the skills, knowledge, and networks of people who want to improve organizations and communities. The Coro Fellowship In Public Affairs is a prestigious, full-time, graduate-level program that prepares early career professionals to be effective and ethical leaders able to work across differences to serve the common good. Over the course of nine months, Fellows rotate through the government, business, political, labor, and nonprofit sectors to gain hands on experience and an understanding of our society as a whole. In addition to field work, Fellows get in-depth training where they learn to work collaboratively to produce solutions to complex problems.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Completion of a Bachelors Degree.


    Axis Road Team Internship

    Description
    Travel Team Intern — Job Brief: We are looking for young, talented, high-energy interns for a full-time travel position! Interns will speak at schools, churches, and conferences around the country. What does a Full Time Travel Intern do? An Axis Traveling Intern works in a small team of four, where they are trained to speak on topics of worldview, technology, and pop culture. Team Members spend the majority of their time on the road speaking. Additionally, because of Axis’ unique traveling schedule, there are always opportunities to aide in projects at Axis headquarters, which is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This internship will equip individuals with new abilities, as well as enhancing current skills. Interns will have opportunities to build professional skills such as writing, public speaking, researching, and recording presentations for our digital content in Axis headquarters. An intern’s season of travel will serve to provide an opportunity to explore the country, promote personal and professional growth, and establish new friendships.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Travel Intern Responsibilities: Prioritize and maintain personal spiritual growth Travel around the country speaking on worldview, technology, and pop-culture Translate culture by analyzing pop-culture trends Cultivate meaningful conversations with student, parents, and teachers Perform various in-office tasks (Webinars, Interviews, Pop-Culture Research, & Content Development) Contribute in filming and producing virtual content Qualifications: Strong relationship with Jesus ~60 hours of college credit 20+ years old Experience in discipleship or mentorship programs Desire to grow and be challenged Willingness to adapt when needed Self-driven team player Comfortable with public speaking Ability to manage tasks and projects Well-versed in pop-culture trend


    Axis Flex Internship

    Description
    Flex Intern — Job Brief: We are looking for young, talented, passionate interns for a full-time office position. Interns will work alongside a department of their choice, learning the operations of a non-profit while working in areas of desirable growth. What does a Full-Time Flex Intern do? A Flex Intern works in a small team made up of other Flex members or full-time staff, where they will concentrate on specific projects. Team Members spend the majority of their time in the office working with department heads. However, because of the unique nature of an Axis Flex intern, there are occasional opportunities to travel on a speaking team. This internship will equip individuals with new abilities, as well as enhance current skills. Interns will have opportunities to build professional skills such as content creation, researching, marketing, customer relations, video production, and public speaking. A flex intern’s experience will serve to provide an opportunity to promote personal and professional growth, train within the nonprofit world, and explore the country.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Flex Intern Responsibilities: Prioritize and maintain personal spiritual growth Translate culture by analyzing pop-culture trends Assist in the development of Axis products Speak occasionally at schools/churches/conferences Flexible to fill in-office needs Additional responsibilities will be determined based on the department of your choosing Qualifications: Strong relationship with Jesus ~60 hours of college credit No specific major or background required! 20+ years old Experience in discipleship or mentorship programs Desire to grow and be challenged Willingness to adapt when needed Self-driven team player Comfortable with public speaking Ability to manage tasks and projects Well-versed in pop-culture trends


    Axis Flex Internship

    Description
    Flex Intern — Job Brief: We are looking for young, talented, passionate interns for a full-time office position. Interns will work alongside a department of their choice, learning the operations of a non-profit while working in areas of desirable growth. What does a Full-Time Flex Intern do? A Flex Intern works in a small team made up of other Flex members or full-time staff, where they will concentrate on specific projects. Team Members spend the majority of their time in the office working with department heads. However, because of the unique nature of an Axis Flex intern, there are occasional opportunities to travel on a speaking team. This internship will equip individuals with new abilities, as well as enhance current skills. Interns will have opportunities to build professional skills such as content creation, researching, marketing, customer relations, video production, and public speaking. A flex intern’s experience will serve to provide an opportunity to promote personal and professional growth, train within the nonprofit world, and explore the country.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Flex Intern Responsibilities: Prioritize and maintain personal spiritual growth Translate culture by analyzing pop-culture trends Assist in the development of Axis products Speak occasionally at schools/churches/conferences Flexible to fill in-office needs Additional responsibilities will be determined based on the department of your choosing Qualifications: Strong relationship with Jesus ~60 hours of college credit No specific major or background required! 20+ years old Experience in discipleship or mentorship programs Desire to grow and be challenged Willingness to adapt when needed Self-driven team player Comfortable with public speaking Ability to manage tasks and projects Well-versed in pop-culture trends


    Caregiver/Med Tech Twin Falls

    Description
    Caregiver/Med Tech needed for assignment at a Twin Falls Assisted Living Center. FT day or evening shift available. Up to $12.00/hr DOE

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Assistance with Meds Cert 1st Aide Assisted living facility experience preferred Pass criminal background check and drug screening. Excellent references 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/196777-21435.html


    Certified Surgical Technologist (CST)

    Description
    Select Formatted Experienced CST need in the OR for a 13 week assignment at a local hospital in Nampa starting ASAP Shift: M-F, day shift, some call Up to $30.00 DOE

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Certification as a Surgical Technologist (CST) American Heart Association Basic Life Support for HealthCare Provider (BLS/HCP) certification One year of scrub experience in acute care hospital setting preferred. 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 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/196893-21435.html


    Executive Director

    Description
    The Executive Director is responsible for the operation of the Canyon County Habitat for Humanity affiliate, operating in accordance with the objectives, policies, directives, and vision set forth by the affiliate Board of Directors. Responsibilities include supervision and mentoring of paid staff, maintaining and enhancing the infrastructure of the affiliate, serving as the primary communication link among directors, officers, committees and volunteers, networking within the affiliates community, serving as the public face and corporate spokesperson and providing the necessary follow-up to ensure that the whole organization runs smoothly and effectively while carrying out the goals and objectives of our mission. A positive attitude that resonates with Habitat for Humanity’s cause is significant for this position.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualifications Demonstrated non-profit leadership experience. Strong track record in multiple facets of fundraising. Experience in financial management, including preparing and adhering to budgets. Excellent communication skills. Experience in staff supervision & development, volunteer management, and working with boards of directors.


    Business Development Representative

    Description
    Truckstop.com is seeking Sales Business Development Representatives for our Boise, ID location. We are looking for experienced and dedicated Business Development Representatives to qualify prospective clients, transition them to client acquisition and acquire new accounts by cold calling on leads to meet their monthly sales target. This position will also respond to customer inquiries for information on the company's products and services and help to qualify potential sales prospects through a variety of lead nurturing activities. Main Responsibilities: Achieve monthly quota of Qualified Leads (demos, appointments) by initiating 100+ calls to prospective clients each day. Report and record all activities in the Salesforce.com web based CRM system and qualify leads for sales development. Accurately record sales and summarize interaction with customers. Process new customer applications and accounts. Target new accounts daily to build sales pipeline. Prepare and qualify targeted prospect accounts/leads by utilizing internal criteria. Send cold emails, make cold/prospecting calls, and take prospect through the closing of the sale. Manage lead, opportunity and development pipeline in SalesForce.com. Become knowledgeable of the industry and Truckstop.com's products and services. Exemplify Truckstop.com's core values and behaviors. Other duties as assigned.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Skills and Experience: High school diploma, college degree preferred Ability to exhibit a high level of professionalism and a true desire to speak to prospective clients Strong written, verbal and presentation/communication skills, including to both executive and technical audiences Proficient with the Microsoft Office suite and basic spreadsheets, with strong attention to detail Preferred: Background in shipping and logistics, Experience in presenting a sales demonstration to a client, especially via phone. Experience in carrying and attaining a sales quota


    US Navy Chaplain

    Description
    Provide Spiritual, Moral and Ethical leadership to the men and women in the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard. Navy Chaplains are religious ministry leaders who are commissioned Navy officers, and who provide care for those who serve in all three sea services.

    Skills and Qualifications
    Education: 72 sem hours (108 quarter hours) of Master's degree in theological/religious studies. Experience: 2 years of full-time religious leadership in applicants faith group. Age: 42 years old and younger. US citizen. Medical and other qualifications reviewed at time of application.


    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 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/197842-21435.html


    Med/Surg RN

    Description
    Experienced Med/Surg RN needed for a 4 week assignment at a local long-term acute care hospital in Boise starting ASAP. Must be competent in nursing and provide excellent patient care experiences. Shift: Night shifts Up to $34.00/hr DOE

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Current RN license (Idaho or Compact State) 1+ years RN experience (Med/Surg preferred) 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 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/197843-21435.html


    Respiratory Therapist

    Description
    Experienced Respiratory Therapists needed for prn work at a long term acute care hospital in Boise. 12-hr shifts, days and nights available Up to $33.00/hr DOE

    Skills and Qualifications
    Qualified candidates will have: Current RT license 6+ months RT experience Excellent references 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 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/197845-21435.html


    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 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/197847-21435.html


    RN Pediatric Home Care

    Description
    Compassionate 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! $24.75/hour

    Skills and Qualifications
    Compassionate 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! $24.75/hour Qualified candidates will have: Current Idaho (or compact) RN 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/197848-21435.html

    Compassionate 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!

    $24.75/hour

    Qualified candidates will have:

    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/197848-21435.html


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