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  • Executive Admin Asst I (PS26459) Must Sit Onsite-Washington DC

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  • Posted Date: Aug 29, 2019

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  • The Marketing Campaign Strategy (MCS) team is part of the Consumer Marketing Services (CMS) organization and responsible for improving the speed and ease of marketing execution across all prospect, customer, and partner channels within the Consumer Marketing Services organization.

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  • EDUCATION CONSULTANT I/II #42295(Job Id 15078)Location: US:NH:CONCORD Post Date: 08/23/2019Close Date:Category: PROFESSIONAL and MANAGERIALEmployment Type:Salary: 53,176.500-65,949.000 USDDescriptionState of New Hampshire Job PostingNew Hampshire Department of EducationDivision of Education Analytics and Resources/Bureau of Educational Opportunities101 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301Education Consultant I/Education Consultant IILabor Grades 26 and 27Position #42295Labor Grade 26 Yearly Salary $53,176.50 - $63,180.00Labor Grade 27 Yearly Salary $55,555.50 - $65,949.00The State of New Hampshire, New Hampshire Department of Education, Division of Analytics and Resources, Bureau of Educational Opportunitieshas a full-time vacancy for an Education Consultant I/II.Education Consultant ISCOPE OF WORK: To plan, coordinate and monitor federal educational accountability related to the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) andinitiatives to ensure regulations are met by providing technical assistance and consultation services to Department staff, local school districts andother stakeholders.Education Consultant IISCOPE OF WORK: To implement, plan, coordinate and monitor federal educational accountability related to the Every Student Succeeds Act(ESSA), programs and initiatives by reviewing recommendations, interpreting data, drawing conclusions, and planning and promoting short andlong term goals or strategies.Education Consultant IACCOUNTABILITIES:Conducts accountability program reviews and evaluations to ensure federal regulations are being met, including the coordination of the federalaccountability system.Conducts analysis to determine and verify school accountability identifications based on federal law and provides reports to Department staff and school districts.Develops and implements technical assistance to Department staff and school districts regarding accountability appeals based on federal laws and policies.Supervises and manages the preparation of reports and conducts reviews and evaluations, as well as verification of academic targets and results for the state, school districts and schools.Provides supports to schools and school districts in interpretation and application of academic targets to support student achievement.Reviews federal accountability legislation and regulations, as well as current accountability and school improvement research for the purposes of providing support to educators, parents, policymakers and Department staff.Plans, coordinates and offers professional development programs to ensure educators and administrators have information and resources regarding educational accountability.Collects assessment and accountability data in partnership with the Departments Bureau of Education Statistics and develops draft publications of appropriate accountability reports, studies and memos.Educational Consultant IIAccountabilities:Evaluates and monitors accountability programs by conducting school accountability program reviews and evaluations to ensure federal regulations are being met, including the coordination of the states accountability systems and federal accountability systems, and ensuring that the state\'s accountability plan continually reflects current practices, as well as federal laws, rules and regulations.Conducts analysis to determine and verify school accountability identifications based on federal law and provides reports to Department staff and school districts.Develops and implements technical assistance to Department staff and school districts regarding accountability appeals based on federal laws and policies.Coordinates the investigations of assessment implementation protocol breaches, as directed by the Bureau Administrator.Prepares reports and conducts reviews and evaluations, as well as verification of academic targets and results for the state, school districts and schools. Organizes training sessions and supports to schools and school districts in interpretation and application of a

  • HIGHWAY MAINTAINER I, II #20475(Job Id 15715)Location: US:NH:GROVETON Post Date: 08/23/2019Close Date:Category: LABOR and TRADE Employment Type:Salary: 28,828.800-36,129.600 USDDescriptionState of New Hampshire - Department of TransportationBureau of Highway Maintenance - District 1116 Brown Road, Groveton, NHHighway Maintainer I, LG 9: $28,828.80 - $33,425.60Highway Maintainer II, LG 11: $31,096.00 - $36,129.6040 Hours per weekPosition #20475See total compensation information at the bottom of announcement.The State of New Hampshire, Department of Transportation, Bureau of Highway Maintenance - District 1, has a full time vacancy for a HighwayMaintainer I, II.Summary:HIGHWAY MAINTAINER I:Assists in performing year round highway maintenance activities and projects involving operation of vehicles, trucks, manual and specialty labor skills in the operation of hand tools, power tools and motorized equipment used for highway maintenance, construction activities, and for emergency traffic services for the NH State Highway System.HIGHWAY MAINTAINER II:Performs year round highway maintenance activities involving the operation and servicing of mechanized highway equipment used for highway maintenance, construction activities, and for emergency traffic services for the NH State Highway System.Responsibilities:HIGHWAY MAINTAINER I:Operates trucks and services and performs field adjustments to vehicles, power tools, and mechanized equipment used in the maintenance and construction of facilities and of the State Highway System.Maintains hand and power tools to insure readiness and proper operation; repairs and troubleshoots issues as necessary.Monitors the application of highway materials to insure highway safety and efficiency of use.Performs traffic control operations by directing the travelling public including flagging and erecting traffic control signs. Places traffic control devices on roadways/construction sites and performs traffic control activities to ensure work zone safety.Performs routine highway maintenance activities under adverse conditions with exposure to high-speed traffic, hazardous materials, inclement weather, extreme temperatures, and disaster situations to ensure the safety of the traveling public.Traverses varying terrain and performs tasks that involve heavy physical labor such as drainage construction, building and equipment maintenance/repair; this includes the ability to lift/carry material weighing up to 50 lbs. on a regular basis.Must respond immediately in performing winter maintenance and/or other traffic emergency activities as needed on a 24-hour per day basis,throughout the entire year.HIGHWAY MAINTAINER II:Operates 2 axle commercial trucks, tractors with loaders and backhoes, and related highway equipment to provide all season safe conditions on assigned highways. Is responsible for the maintenance and limited repair of highway equipment in accordance with Department policies and industry standards.Performs routine highway and roads maintenance activities under adverse conditions with exposure to high-speed traffic, hazardous materials, inclement weather, extreme temperatures, and during disaster situations, to ensure the safety of the traveling public.Traverses varying terrain and performs tasks that involve heavy physical labor such as drainage construction, building and equipment maintenance/repair; this includes the ability to lift/carry material weighing up to 50 lbs. on a regular basis.Observes winter storm road conditions and independently determines appropriate action for plowing and spreading of abrasives and chemicals based on training and policy.Erects proper traffic control signs and devises to protect a work zone and to adequately warn the traveling public of any road or safety concerns; directs traffic as necessary.Supervises small work crews that performing the same routine highway and other facility maintenance functions; provides on-the-job training to entry-level members of crew in a

  • RETAIL STORECLERK I#MR077-RSCIPART-TIME(Job Id 14547)Location: US:NH:GILFORD Post Date: 08/23/2019Category: Close Date: 09/30/2019Employment Type:Salary: 12.530-0.000 USDDescriptionState of New Hampshire Job PostingNH Liquor CommissionRetail Store Operations50 Storrs St, PO Box 503, Concord NH 03302Store 56 - GILFORDRETAIL STORE CLERKPART-TIMELabor Grade 6Position #MR077-RSC INew Hampshire Liquor Commission has part-time Retail Store Clerk I in Gilford.Summary:Provides exceptional customer service and maintains merchandise, accept payments, and makes change for customers in a retail store environment.Responsibilities:Provides exceptional customer service by building a loyal customer base. Strives for excellence when assisting customers in order toenhance customer relations as well as the NH Liquor Commissions and the State of New Hampshires reputation.Operates a computerized cash register to enter sales transactions.Assists customers by answering questions, recommending, and selling liquor products, sweepstakes and lottery tickets.Receives payment and make change; wraps or bags merchandise for customers.Ensures sales follow the current laws and commission policies regulating the sale of liquor including the prohibited sales policies.Verifies credit card transactions to ensure card holder validity.Assist with unloading trucks, arranges and stocks shelves, and maintains product merchandising displays with liquor products.Maintains a neat and clean store appearance.In the absence of the Retail Store Manager or Retail Store Clerk II will occasionally perform back-up functions to include opening andclosing liquor Stores.Assists in the counting of physical inventory.Other related duties as assigned.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Education: Completion of two years of high school or equivalent. Each additional year of approved formal education may be substituted for oneyear of required work experience.Experience: Six months\' experience in positions involving public contact necessitating change making. Additional years of related workexperience may not be substituted for the formal education required by this class specification.SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:1.Frequent physical effort required in continuous lifting of material up to 25 pounds with frequent lifting of cases of liquor weighing up to 60 pounds.2. Must have attained 18th birthday on or before date of application.DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The supplemental job description lists typical examples of work and is not intended to include every job andresponsibility to a position. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on the supplemental job description providedthat such duties are characteristic of that classification.All applicants are subject to a reference and criminal background check.For further information please contact:Marcia, HR Technician, marcia.mcmanus@liquor.nh.gov and 603-230-7044.EOETDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964i

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  • Clinical Quality Program Manager PS26626

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  • Kenne, NH USA| $26-28/Hour| Part time, Per Diem, and full time options | Short term and Long term contracts available |

  • Kenne, NH USA| $26-28/Hour| Part time, Per Diem, and full time options | Short term and Long term contracts available |

  • LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE - LPN - SKILLED NURSING FACILITY

  • LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE - LPN - SKILLED NURSING FACILITY

  • LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE - LPN - SKILLED NURSING FACILITY

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  • Global Commercial Services (GCS) provides a range of Corporate Card Programs, Supplier Payments Solutions and other expense management tools to help mid-size companies and large corporations around the world manage all facets of their business spending. The Implementation Organization is responsible for the design, development and end-to-end delivery of GCS programs for our Corporate customers. The team is responsible for working with clients to identify best in class designs and to enable their ability to transact quickly and effectively. Leveraging the American Express implementation methodology, the team seeks out ways to speed launch time while implementing value added programs with a high degree of quality and customer satisfaction. The broader team of over 150 professionals spans three regions and provides customer support at a local, regional and global level. The Implementation Specialist is responsible for the design, project management and deployment of standard payment programs for our GCS client base. The role will require individuals to work directly with clients, Sales and Account Development to understand the business/program needs and to build a plan which will allow the client to meet their goals and objectives quickly and effectively. This position provides solution expertise and program deployment recommendations directly to clients for all GCS solutions. The Implementation Specialist will also serve as the project management lead for their specific clients in the US. This individual will be responsible for facilitation of daily/weekly project calls, issue identification and resolution, best practice sharing with team and business partners and project tracking and reporting. In this capacity, their role will also be to identify opportunities for improvement in end to end on-boarding processes to speed delivery and improve customer experience. Success in the role will be measured by on time, error free delivery, with high customer satisfaction and brand representation. Job Responsibilities: Lead and own the end to end onboarding process for a portfolio of client projects/implementations, understanding the client needs, American Express’ process and policies to deliver the expected outcome for clients and internal departments Assess and document clients business and technology processes as it relates to the American Express commercial card programs and translate findings into executable implementation plans Work with clients to identify areas to streamline and create efficiencies while utilizing industry “best practices” and promoting American Express products Develop and document program strategy, scope, timeline, business process changes, custom program requirements, spend targets, etc. for client program implementations Monitor all aspects of a client implementation utilizing critical path networks, client specific task check lists and tracking reference documents to ensure the successful implementation of new client programs Partner with Sales and the Enablement Management Team to analyze client spend data and develop program roadmap to enable a value driven commercial card program for both our clients and American Express Actively participate and problem solve on the implementation process by raising issues, identifying root causes and developing solutions Approximately 25% travel required

  • Global Commercial Services (GCS) focuses on providing the best payment solutions to our Commercial Clients of all sizes - from local businesses to global enterprises. The Data Strategy & Insights (DS&I) team within GCS is uniquely positioned to help match client needs with digital insights products with the goal of reducing customer costs, manage supplier relationships and optimize spend. If you have a passion for solving client pain points, believe in turning reporting and dashboards into true insights and know how to integrate intelligence into user experience – then this role is for you!

  • PHARMACYTECHNICIAN,1ST SHIFT#30877(Job Id 15689)Location: US:NH:CONCORD Post Date: 08/20/2019Category: ADMIN SUPPORT Close Date:Employment Type:Salary: 29,931.200-34,798.400 USDDescriptionState of New Hampshire Job PostingNEW HAMPSHIRE HOSPITALDepartment of Health and Human Services36 Clinton Street, Concord NH 03301PHARMACY TECHNICIANLabor Grade 10Position #30877See total compensation information at the bottom of announcement.The State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services, New Hampshire Hospital has a full time vacancy for a PharmacyTechnician.Summary:This position is assigned to work in the support services area. Performs responsible and semi professional duties on a rotational basis in traditionaldrug distribution system, ambulatory patient services and pharmacy service units.Responsibilities:Certified Pharmacy Technicians: Interprets and fills prescriptions according to prescription specifications. Types and affixes labels to containersshowing identification data and directions for use. Prepares sterile and non-sterile products according to established procedures.Certified and/or Registered Pharmacy Technicians: Fills, packages and stocks patient medication carts in unit dose distribution system. Delivers tovarious units.Maintains adequate working levels of pharmaceuticals in assigned areas and monitors for expiration dates. Orders supplies from the warehouse andprocesses all work orders. Updates pharmacy inventory data in computer from receiving reports to ensure accurate accounting of medications.Inspects medicine rooms and treatment areas throughout the Hospital. Maintains and inspects emergency drug boxes on units.Enters and tracks pharmacy data on computerized pharmaceutical system to ensure accuracy of records in compliance with Federal standards.Prepares and conducts random audits on Pharmacy inventory to ensure distribution record accuracy. Prepares materials for yearly physical inventoryto ensure accurate reporting of drug inventory information.Gathers and compiles workload and other statistics for Quality Assurance Programs. Operates a personal computer and associated software i.e. MSOffice, EXCEL.As needed, types, photocopies, and distributes all departmental correspondence. Maintains files for all departmental records and correspondence.Answers telephone and direct calls to appropriate individuals within department. Schedules appointments for the Director.Total Commitment to QualityParticipates in the formulation of the mission, philosophy, goals, and objectives for the Department. Carries out same by acting as an agent of theDepartment within the hospital. Supports the organizational mission, philosophy, goals, and objectives as demonstrated by a positive leadershippresence in unit based, departmental, hospital wide, or in public meetings/committees.Participates in the process of continuous quality improvement by supporting unit based quality improvement activities. Demonstrates commitmentto customer service values in professional conduct and by promoting such values in assigned staff.Staff Workplace Safety AccountabilitiesComplies with established hospital and departmental policies and procedures by:-performing accountabilities in accordance with established polices and procedures;-communicating with supervisors issues related to workplace safety (i.e., ergonomics, body mechanics, environment, equipment );-reporting on the job injuries to supervisor IMMEDIATELY;-attending training programs, as appropriate.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Education: Associate\'s degree from an accredited institute of higher education in a medical related field. Each additional year of approved formaleducation may be substituted for one year of required work experience.Experience: Two years of experience working in a pharmacy, either in a retail or a hospital setting.OREducation: High school diploma or high school equivalency credential.Experience: Four years of experience working in a pharmacy, either in a retai

  • SECRETARY II(PART-TIME)#TMPPT5541(Job Id 15745)Location: US:NH:CONCORD Post Date: 08/20/2019Category: ADMIN SUPPORT Close Date:Employment Type:Salary: 13.860-16.070 USDDescriptionState of New Hampshire Job PostingDepartment of Health and Human ServicesDivision for Children, Youth, and FamiliesConcord District OfficeSECRETARY IILG 9#TMPPT5541- Part-Time (29.5 hrs/week)$13.86-$16.07 Hourly USDThe State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services, Division for Children, Youth, and Families has a part time vacancy forSecretary II.SUMMARY:Reports to the DCYF District Office Supervisor and performs diverse clerical and administrative duties to achieve daily objectives for the Children,Youth and Families Division in a District Office. Upholds the vision and mission of the agency through utilizing the Practice Model theories, beliefsand principles in daily practice.RESPONSIBILITIES:Provides routine clerical support services, as needed, under the instruction of the DCYF District Office Supervisor, and if needed in other unitswithin the District Office to ensure the availability of clerical support services during normal business hours.Types protective reports, petitions, and other legal documents by utilizing typewriters or personal computers ensuring documents adhere to DistrictCourt, permanent records, case record files, and other agency standards/formats.Answers and screens phone calls and routes calls to appropriate personnel and/or records messages. Assists agencies and attorneys with generalquestions regarding clientele and confidential matters.Completes routine forms to open, close, or make changes in case information by collecting information from child protective services staff and/orDistrict Court.Confers with District Court personnel and attorneys regarding Court related questions and issues directly related to unit.Develops and implements routine record management for a moderate size unit and maintains records to control availability of supplies and formsnecessary for effective operation of unit.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Education: Completion of high school, G.E.D. or its equivalent, including courses in office procedures, word processing or typing. Each additionalyear of approved formal education may be substituted for one year of required work experience.Experience: Two years\' experience in a secretarial position, one year of which shall have been at the level of Secretary I or its equivalent.License/Certification: None required.DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The supplemental job description lists typical examples of work and is not intended to include every job duty andresponsibility specific to a position. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on the supplemental job descriptionprovided that such duties are characteristic of that classification.For further information please contact Tamara Tessier, Supervisor VI, Tamara.Tessier@DHHS.NH.GOV, 603-271-8045.Documents that can\'t be submitted online may be forwarded to:Department of Health and Human Services- Human Resources129 Pleasant StreetConcord, NH 03301EOETDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964

  • MAIL CLERK I(PART-TIME)#TMPPT1001)(Job Id 15751)Location: US:NH:CONCORD Post Date: 08/20/2019Category: ADMIN SUPPORT Close Date:Employment Type:Salary: 13.320-15.500 USDDescriptionState of New Hampshire Job PostingDepartment of Administrative ServicesBureau of General Services25 Capitol Street, Concord NH 03301MAIL CLERK ILabor Grade 8PART-TIMEPosition #TMPPT1001The State of New Hampshire, Department of Administrative Services, Division of Plant and Property Management, Bureau of General Services,Mail Room has a part time vacancy for Mail Clerk I. This position will work 27.5 hours a week Monday through Friday.SUMMARY:To process and distribute incoming and outgoing mail for the Department of Administrative Services.RESPONSIBILITIES:Collects, sorts, weighs, classifies, stamps, and picks up mail according to established U.S. Postal Service regulations to provide more rapid deliveryof mail and additional cost savings to state agencies.Provides pickup and deliveries to state agencies and United State Post Office via vehicle or on foot to service inter agency mail needs in a costeffective and timely manner.Computes postage charges for each department and posts daily amounts to department charge sheets.Picks up and delivers inter and intra-departmental mail according to a regular schedule.Performs other clerical duties associated with mailroom operations including messenger functions within a department and to outlying offices.Recognizing that everyone we come into contact with is a customer; treat all with courtesy, respect and professionalism, striving to exceed customerservice expectations.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Education: High school diploma or high school equivalency credential. Each additional year of approved formal education may be substituted forone year of required work experience.Experience: Six months\' experience as a postal clerk or other work requiring a knowledge of postal regulations. Additional years of related workexperience may not be substituted for the formal education required by this class specification.License/Certification: Driver\'s license is required for local travel.SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:All applicants must have sufficient strength and be free from disabilities that would prevent lifting of mail sacks and cartons and other relatedphysical tasks.Disclaimer Statement: The supplemental job description lists typical examples of work and is not intended to include every job duty and responsibility specific to aposition. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on the supplemental job description provided that such duties are characteristic ofthat classification.For further information please contact:Alan Quimby, Mailing Supervisor II,alan.quimby@das.nh.gov and 603-271-2355.EOETDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964

  • POSITION SUMMARY: To provide the administration of medicines based on current state regulations.

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  • POSITION SUMMARY: To provide the administration of medicines based on current state regulations.

  • POSITION SUMMARY: Under the direction of a licensed nurse, the Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) delivers efficient and effective nursing care while achieving positive clinical outcomes and patient/family satisfaction. He/she will function within the standards of practice as accorded by his/her License. The LNA performs various patient care activities and related non-professional services essential to caring for personal needs and comfort of patients.

  • POSITION SUMMARY: Under the direction of a licensed nurse, the Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) delivers efficient and effective nursing care while achieving positive clinical outcomes and patient/family satisfaction. He/she will function within the standards of practice as accorded by his/her License. The LNA performs various patient care activities and related non-professional services essential to caring for personal needs and comfort of patients.

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