In the absence of the center manager, this position has ultimate responsibility of entire center operations, including production, quality compliance, finance, HR and IT. In most centers, the Assistant Manager will have primary responsibility for day-to-day center operations. Serves as the main management support to CSL Plasma services center manager Ensures on-going improvements and act as liaison with all corporate functions to ensure center compliance and performance.
Westat is currently seeking motivated and detail-oriented individuals to be Field Interviewers on the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) study. PATH collects information on tobacco use and examines attitudes about tobacco use as well as the short- and long-term health effects of such use.
Interviewers are required to locate sampled addresses, screen household members, and interview sampled adults and youth in their homes for a longitudinal study. Interviewers will ask some respondents for biological samples. The interview and samples collection process are expected to last approximately 2 hours.
Interviewers regularly receive and transmit data via the internet and report progress and costs to their supervisor.
The PATH Study employs a multi-mode approach to data collection. Interviewers are required to collect data primarily in person but can be collected by phone if the respondent prefers. In-person interviews will be conducted ONLY in geographical areas that are deemed safe from COVID-19, and Field Interviewers will be required to use PPE items.
Westat is currently seeking motivated individuals who are committed to excellence and are experienced in working with primary and secondary school students to work as Assessment Coordinators (ACs) for the 2022 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). This opportunity is ideal for retired educators and others who are comfortable working with children.
The primary role of the NAEP AC is to supervise assessment team activities in sampled schools in the assigned region, administering digitally based assessments. Assessments are conducted with grade 4 and 8 students in both public and private schools.
The Scholarship and Affinity Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the Aquinas Scholarship Program. The Coordinator is expected to have a clear understanding of all scholarships, and not limited to requirements, recipients, and financial status of scholarships within the program. The Coordinator will also grow the affinity group program at Aquinas to engage alumni and donors to support various programs at Aquinas, including, but not limited to athletics, fine arts, and all extra-curricular programs and clubs. By growing this program, the ultimate goal for the Coordinator is to assist the Office of Advancement in all fundraising efforts. The Coordinator will oversee Aquinas’ official online networking platform, AQ Evermore, as well as overseeing a consistent communication program with all Aquinas alumni. The Coordinator’s responsibilities will also include the cultivation of existing donors, as well as the identification and acquisition of new donors.
The Recruiting and Talent lead is an integral part of our HR function supporting our company with the mission to attract top talent to Greenlight Networks in order for our company to continue our path of excellence and growth. This role will execute on recruitment strategies within the communities we serve by identifying opportunities to promote our positions (postings, career fairs, schools/universities, community organizations) to drive applicant volume that results in great hires and ensuring a best-in-class candidate experience.
Under the direction of the FSSD Program Director, the Career Development Coordinator, will assist in the management, planning, development, implementation, and monitoring of assigned services and activities offered through the Focus on Self Sufficiency Department (FSSD). The Career Development Coordinator’s primary focus is in overseeing administration and coordination of activities offered through FSSD’s employment and vocational services unit; The Career Development Coordinator also provides supervision and management to assigned staff and volunteers. Responsibilities include oversight for staff recruitment and training, work plan development and execution, and performance management.
This position serves as an employment trainer and coordinator that connects program consumers with resources and opportunities that promote self-sufficiency. This includes personal, educational, vocational, and financial development. Duties of this position also include providing information and recommendations regarding consumer developmental needs and strengths; and offering consumers information and referral assistance to supplemental services and opportunities.
The ERSEA Resource Specialist will provide support to Head Start Centers in the area of Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance (ERSEA). This position will monitor and ensure compliance with Head Start Performance Standards, coordinate enrollment activity between Head Start and the RCSD, maintain the program’s data management system in the area of ERSEA, participate and organize community recruitment events, and provide training and technical assistance related to determining eligibility.
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