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*Position type: Full-time position

*Degree Requirements: Bachelors

*Job Description*: BUSINESS MANAGER | SERVICED OFFICES

Job Description:
The role’s purpose is to develop, maintain and grow business relationships of potential and current clients, generate leads and convert them to sales, manage an award winning team while increasing revenue and decreasing expenses.
A Business Manager’s role in Servcorp encompasses all aspects of management. In many organizations, you typically may only be exposed to one or two segments of your business. At Servcorp you manage your own area in its entirety and therefore you can see how you and your team are performing. There are a number of measures on a monthly basis including your profit and loss statement, sales conversion rates, client termination churn and team turnover churn.

*Qualifications/Skills*:
Reporting to the SVP, New York, you will have wide exposure to various aspects of running a small to medium business, including sales, team, customer service, revenue and expenses. Your personality will be positive and efficient, and building and maintaining strong business relationships will be critical to your success.
• A capacity to understand and grasp technology concepts is desired.
• Experience in luxury goods/services industry, hotels or other high end business preferred.
• College degree required and 5 to 7 years prior work experience in a business to business service industry.
• Successful track record of revenue management and sales goal achievement.

Interested Candidates can apply via the information provided below:
Servcorp
Myai Pham, Manager
myai.pham@servcorp.com

Immediate start date

The NYSBOE seeks experienced Campaign Finance Compliance Auditors to serve in the Compliance Unit at the Agency. Generally, a Compliance Auditor will conduct comprehensive reviews of campaign finance filings made by political committees and assist in obtaining compliance with all filings made with the Board. The current salary range for this position is $48,911 to $60,694.

QUALIFICATIONS – Compliance Auditor G18
A Bachelor’s degree plus two (2) years of accounting or finance or general business or other related experience; or an Associate’s degree plus four (4) years of accounting or finance or general business or other related experience.

While we appreciate every applicant’s interest, only those under consideration will be contacted. Salary will be based on salary history and experience.
To apply for Consideration, please email your resume and cover letter including salary history to: Robert Brehm, Co-Executive Director, New York State Board of Elections, 40 North Pearl Street, Suite 5, Albany, New York 12207-2729, robert.brehm@elections.ny.gov

*This posting is for information only. The Career & Employment Services office at SCCC does not endorse nor represent this company any differently than others in the CCN system. Please make sure you research and interview the employer closely before making any employment decisions.*

*Position type: Full-time position

*Degree Requirements: Bachelors

*Job Description:
Seeking a professional CLIENT SERVICES MANAGER with customer service focus & fantastic attitude.
Reporting to the Business Manager, the CLIENT SERVICES MANAGER will possess superior administrative and operations skills, and experience in creative problem solving and prioritization of multiple tasks. This position will manage day-to-day client operations and support dozens of clients in our expansion space that is opening soon. A high energy, confident and organized service expert is required!

Key Responsibilities:
-Manager daily operations, including facilities and client service.
- Professional and confidential administrative support to diverse clients, including large corporate to mid-size and small business owners.
- Coordinate client welcome presentations, orientate new clients to systems.
- Data input and management of internal operational systems.
- Generate administrative service revenue by engaging clients, showcasing skills and demonstrating initiative.
- Provides support to Business Manager as it relates to local marketing efforts.


*Qualifications/Skills*:
Desired Skills and Experience § College degree or equivalent and 3-5 years service experience; marketing experience a plus.
-Superior computer skills including Microsoft Office programs, mail merge, database management, phone systems.
- Understanding and experience in delivering 5 star customer service.
- Strong communication skills with a genuine desire to assist clients.

*Organization Description:
About this company Servcorp USA Consider a career with Servcorp and join an international team dedicated to
5 star customer service! Servcorp offers the world's finest executive suite and virtual office solutions. Founded in Sydney in 1978, Servcorp now operates an international network of prime CBD locations throughout Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, South East Asia, India, Europe, the Middle East, United Kingdom and the United States, including the prestigious Chifley Tower in Sydney; Shiroyama Trust Tower in Tokyo, Emirates Towers in Dubai; and the Louis Vuitton Building in Paris.
Servcorp's offices and IT solutions enable companies of any size to operate with the corporate presence, IT, infrastructure and support of a multi-national organization without having the associated overheads.
Servcorp offers fully managed corporate office suites in prime CBD locations. It includes a dedicated local receptionist, access to a worldwide network of meeting rooms, secretarial support on-hand and exclusive access to an online portfolio of business services and tools.
Over the last 30 years of operation, Servcorp has made a significant investment in proprietary business infrastructure and IT platforms, which has transformed the range and depth of services available to some of Servcorp's clients.
Servcorp’s clients range from independent professionals to government departments and Fortune 500 companies across 140 locations around the globe.

Interested Candidates can apply via the information provided below:
Servcorp
Myai Pham, Manager
myai.pham@servcorp.com

Immediate start date

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*Position type: Full-time position

*Degree Requirements: Bachelors

*Class Standing: Graduate Student

*Job Description*: Calling all Naval Architects! Come join our team of shipyard professionals in San Diego, CA!

Position Overview:
Support the resolution of Naval Architectural engineering issues on new construction, maintenance, repair, and conversion projects. Participate in all phases such as projects including design preparations, project and procurement planning, engineering and engineering execution. Ensure that the goals and objectives of engineering projects are accomplished within the prescribed engineering plans, schedules and budgets, and that the work is in complete satisfaction of the requirements. Position is located at SWRMC, San Diego CA

Responsibilities:
Duties include reviewing structural calculations, key plans and assembly drawings for correctness, accuracy and compliance with the Job Specification, NAVSEA requirements, GSO specifications, Shipyard standards, applicable Regulatory or classification society and flag state requirements.
•Review, analyze, research, prepare correspondence, recommend corrective action, consult with the customer and participate in conferences pertaining to structural manufacturing, installation, battle damage, corrosion damage deficiencies and waterfront problems.
•Determine the technical adequacy, evaluates, renders opinion on; engineering recommendations as reflected in documents such as test forms, design audits, ESRs, TAAS jobs, MSR/ABR/vendor information requests, deviation requests, instruction books, general arrangement, component assembly, detailed drawings, and repair/modernization specifications.
• Consult and provide engineering recommendations and aid in the form of technical comments and conference representation for the division supervisor and other RMC departments in connection with design, construction, testing, conversion, and repair of Navy vessels.
• Perform work as the Engineering representative on ship repair and modernization projects by facilitating the identification and mitigation of design, construction, and program risks.
• Conduct ship checks (climbing, stooping, crawling, and kneeling) to determine conformance and non-conformance of structural items, to include sketches, pictures, and discussion with shipboard crew members and Waterfront operations members.
• Provide comprehensive discipline expertise in all areas of Naval Architecture by reviewing and responding to structural Engineering Services Requests (ESR), Departure from Specifications (DFS), Technical Assessment Alteration System (TAAS) and work specifications and associated references.
• Develop detailed installation plans to effect alterations and repairs to U.S. Naval ships. In the design process the selected candidate must incorporate existing NAVSEA guidance and overcome problems created by limited space and interferences on board ship. In addition, the Naval Architect must take into account such factors as physical characteristics of equipment or systems to be existing ship's systems.
• Complex structural calculations are performed to predict the behavior of the structural component under an assumed loading and, using these results, a detailed design is developed to insure safe and efficient operation.
•The Naval Architect is assigned many projects that are highly complex or unusual in nature which require the considerable adaption of precedents or the design of features for which precedents are not directly applicable.
• Coordinates the technical phases of the work with supporting personnel in the branch and other branches in Engineering to assure necessary action is taken by them.
• As Lead Structural Engineer assigned to a production availability event, the selected candidate will be tasked to solve many complex and varied problems in the field. This involves investigating and determining the type and extent of the design or production problem encountered; resolving those in own area of expertise, determining what additional areas of design expertise are needed to resolve the problem, coordinating a design response with other technical groups and tracking the status of each project to insure a timely resolution. The unusual and controversial nature of many of the questions faced will require originality, creativity and experienced judgment in determining the best technical resolution.
• Review progress of design projects which are assigned to design service contractors. This involves coordinating projects with the contractor to overcome problems encountered during the design process and the review of final design products.
Engineering
• Will train a recent graduate; however, we prefer some experience with Marine Naval Architecture and/or Structural Engineering to include experience developing and reviewing Marine Structural type drawings, calculations, analyses for construction, conversion, or modernization of U.S. Naval ships.
• Must be able to travel up to 20%
Required Knowledge
• U.S. Naval regulations, standards
• Professional knowledge of naval architectural and engineering concepts, principles, theories, and practices acquired through completion of a four-year course in Naval Architecture or related disciplines in an accredited college or university leading to a Bachelor of Science degree.
Preferred Knowledge
• Knowledge of the required techniques, processes, and procedures established within SWRMC or other RMCs, NAVSEA, ISEA, other Naval activities and commercial shipyards for the completion of complex and varied engineering projects; to communicate effectively at conferences; to assist or obtain assistance in accomplishing assignments; and to originate and route correspondence.
• Extensive knowledge of the technical functions, objectives, and missions of SWRMC or other RMCs, NAVSEA, ISEA, other Naval activities and commercial shipyards.
• Substantial knowledge of the parameters and specifications of other branches of engineering (marine, mechanical, electrical, electronics, metallurgy, welding, and habitability) as they affect and relate to ship's structures and auxiliary systems.
Skills
• Proficient in AutoCAD and ACCESS
• 3-D modeling and design
• Digital Camera proficiency
• Microsoft Office
• Proficient in weight and moment calculations • Proficient in Finite Element Analysis and structural calculations • Proficient in MS Office Suite Abilities • Analyze, research, and develop structural and mechanical engineering specifications for product design or operation of product • Analyze damage tolerance, durability, design allowable and structural modeling • Apply theories, concepts, principles, and practices in the science of naval architecture Physical Requirements/Work Environment:
• Frequent standing, sitting, walking, handling, feeling with hands, reaching with arms.
• Regular communication (hearing/speaking).
• Occasional stooping, kneeling, climbing and crouching.
• Occasional lifting up to 50 pounds.
• Noise conditions range from very quiet to high levels of noise requiring hearing protection.
• Able to travel by car, airplane and other modes of public transportation.
• Outdoor Exposure: warehouse, laboratory, pier side, shipboard (25%).

Interested Candidates can apply via the information provided below:
Amee Bay, LLC
Camille Filling, Sr Corporate Recruiter
cfilling@threesaintsbay.com
Telephone: 571-358-3276
Fax number*: 703-365-0460
Immediate start date


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*Position type: Full-time position,Part-time position

*Degree Requirements: Masters

*Job Description*:
Jumpstart Early Intervention program is seeking Special Instructors, PTs, OTs, and Speech
Therapists to work with infants/toddlers in all Brooklyn neighborhoods. Bilingual a plus
(Spanish, Creole, Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian, etc.).

*Qualifications/Skills:
Must be licensed

*Salary/Compensation:
Competitive

*Organization Description:
Jumpstart Early Intervention is a multilingual program serving infants/toddlers from diverse
neighborhoods of Brooklyn who have a suspected or established delay in development.
Jumpstart's professionals work collaboratively with clients, families and communities to maximize
each child's potential and provide the absolute finest in care.

Interested Candidates can apply via the information provided below:
Jumpstart Early Intervention program
Margie Davis,Administrator
mdavis@jumpstarteip.com
718-853-9700 x 224 or fax resume to 718-853-5533.


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Community Development Initiative Program:
Aims to mobilize the community of Fulton and Montgomery County to embrace and carry out HIV prevention strategies, reduce community stigmas and barriers, and promote positive sexual health to achieve the outcome of reduced new infections and suppressed viral counts.
• Amsterdam, NY; Part-time position, 17.5 hours per week, hours are flexible but correspond to completion of tasks
• Provide direct support to the Director of Community Development Initiation Program
• Develop and disseminate a quarterly HIV/AIDS newsletter that provides sexual health resources, and educates on a related topic
• Engage and develop relationships with young adults (14-24) of the at risk populations to promote prevention and healthy sexual relationships through the use of:
o Social media
o Partnerships – Amsterdam High School, Capital District Achievers Program
o Community Outreach events
o LGBTQ support group
o And other coordinated events
• Support and assist LGBTQ group facilitators with coordination of monthly meetings and fundraising events.
• Minimum requirements:
o High School Diploma/GED, prefer associates degree in human services or related field
o Must have own transportation, and valid NYS license
o Preference given to those who are bilingual and multicultural identifying with the LGBTQ, Latino, or African American community.

Please send resumes to Fabrizia Rodriguez no later than March 11th 2015:
1. Email: frodriguez@centrocivico.org
2. Fax: 518-842-9139 attention: Fabrizia Rodriguez
3. Mail: Centro Civico Inc, 143 East Main Street, Amsterdam NY 12010

The New York State Department of Civil Service, is alerting you that the following examination announcement has been updated and added to our website recently.

Open-Competitive Examination Announcements:


25-576, Addictions Counselor 3

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-576.cfm



25-573, Addictions Planning Analyst 1

25-574, Addictions Planning Analyst 2

25-575, Addictions Planning Analyst 3

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-573.cfm



25-570, Addictions Program Specialist 1

25-571, Addictions Program Specialist 2

25-572, Addictions Program Specialist 2 (Gambling) www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-570.cfm



25-615, Assistant in Educational Planning and Evaluation 25-616, Associate in Educational Planning and Evaluation www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-615.cfm



25-613, Assistant in Nursing Education

25-614, Associate in Nursing Education

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-613.cfm



25-650, Assistant in Bilingual Education 25-651, Associate in Bilingual Education www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-650.cfm



25-641, Assistant in Nursing Education (Scope of Practice) 25-642, Associate in Nursing Education (Scope of Practice) www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-641.cfm



25-617, Associate in School Health Education www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-617.cfm



25-635, Associate in School Library Services www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-635.cfm



25-618, Associate in School Nursing

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-618.cfm



25-628, Food Inspector Trainee 1

25-629, Food Inspector Trainee 1 (Spanish Language) www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-628.cfm



25-600, Narcotic Investigator Trainee 1

25-601, Narcotic Investigator Trainee 1 (Spanish Language) www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-600.cfm



25-602, Narcotic Investigator 1

25-603, Narcotic Investigator 1 (Spanish Language) 25-604, Narcotic Investigator 2 www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-602.cfm



25-577, Secure Care Treatment Aide 1

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-577.cfm



25-578, Security Hospital Treatment Assistant 25-579, Security Hospital Treatment Assistant (Spanish Language) www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/oc/25-578.cfm



25-619, Toll Equipment Mechanic

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Promotion Examination Announcements:



36-799, Addictions Counselor 3

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36-796, Addictions Program Specialist 2

36-797, Addictions Program Specialist 3

36-798, Addictions Program Specialist 4

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-796.cfm



00-229, Addictions Program Specialist Trainee 1 www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/00-229.cfm



36-856, Assistant Thruway Stores Supervisor www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-856.cfm



36-800, Fire Protection Specialist 3

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-800.cfm



36-878, Food Inspector 2

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-878.cfm



36-879, Food Inspector 3

36-880, Food Safety Inspection Manager

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-879.cfm



36-853, Identification Specialist 4

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-853.cfm



36-831, Legal Affairs Specialist 4

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-831.cfm



36-755, Manager Traffic Safety Services

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-755.cfm



36-844, Narcotic Investigator 2

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-844.cfm



36-852, Regional Supervisor of Natural Resources www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-852.cfm



36-790, Secure Care Treatment Aide 2

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-790.cfm



36-791, Security Hospital Senior Treatment Assistant 36-792, Security Hospital Senior Treatment Assistant (Spanish Language) www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-791.cfm



00-230, Security Hospital Treatment Assistant 00-231, Security Hospital Treatment Assistant (Spanish Language) www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/00-230.cfm



36-884, Social Work Supervisor 1 LCSW

36-885, Social Work Supervisor 1 LCSW (Chinese Language) 36-886, Social Work Supervisor 1 LCSW (Korean Language) 36-887, Social Work Supervisor 1 LCSW (Spanish Language) 36-888, Social Work Supervisor 3 LCSW www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-884.cfm



36-832, Supervising Labor Standards Investigators www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-832.cfm



36-850, Toll Equipment Maintenance Supervisor 1 36-851, Toll Equipment Maintenance Supervisor 2 www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-850.cfm



36-762, Utility Analyst 3

www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-762.cfm



36-764, Utility Analyst 3 (Environmental) www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-764.cfm



36-815, Utility Consumer Assistance Specialist 4 36-816, Utility Consumer Program Specialist 4 www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-815.cfm



36-817, Utility Consumer Assistance Specialist 5 36-818, Utility Consumer Program Specialist 5 www.cs.ny.gov/examannouncements/announcements/prom/36-817.cfm



36-763, Utility Supervisor

*Organization name*: Health Source Group

*Contact name (full name)*: Mahrukh Zaidi

*Contact title*: Staffing Executive

*Address line 1*: 76 N Broadway

*City*: Hicksville

*State*: New York

*Zip/Postal Code*: 11801

*Telephone*: 516-605-1310 <5166051310>

*Fax number*: 506-605-1306 <5066051306>

*Email address*: mzaidi@healthsourcegroup.com

*Organization website*: www.healthsourcegroup.com

*Are you a SUNY alumnus/alumnae? If so, indicate the institution(s) you graduated from*: Stony Brook University
*Position type (you may indicate more than one)*: Part-time position

*Degree Requirements (if applicable)*: Associates, Bachelors

*Job Description*: Health Source Group, a staffing and recruiting firm is looking for RN's to work as a school nurse. As a school nurse, you will get the chance to work in a school, and take care of students that come into the nursing office for medical care. No experience is required. This is a great way to get your foot in the door and gain some RN experience

*Qualifications/Skills*: Valid NYS RN License, current physical, PPD, titers and CPR certification.

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