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Contact Representative (Customer Service Representative) (Recent Graduates) at Social Security Administration—Boise,ID

1 day 6 hours ago
Employer: Social Security Administration—Boise,ID Expires: 08/26/2022 Once selected for the Customer Service Representative position in SSA, you will contribute to the Agency's mission through direct service to the public. As the first point of contact, you are responsible for assisting beneficiaries or inquirers in person, by telephone or in writing to provide information on SSA laws, rules and regulations and Medicare Insurance Programs. This includes obtaining information in order to determine eligibility and entitlement for programs administered by SSA, and using automation tools to access and update information about claims or potential eligibility.Customer Service Representatives (CSRs) provide assistance to beneficiaries and the general public in person, by telephone, or in writing. CSRs conduct interviews to determine the nature of the caller's question or issue; explain technical information, gather facts, evaluate evidence, and take action to resolve problems relating to all Social Security programs.

Grants Management Specialist (College Graduate) at National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

1 day 9 hours ago
Employer: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Expires: 08/19/2022 Grants Management Specialist, GS-1109-07/09 (College Graduate)DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCENational Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationSummaryThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is seeking bright, innovative, results-driven recent graduates under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The NDAA is a highly competitive authority appointing recent college graduates into entry-level personnel for subsequent advancement to the journey-level in professional and administrative career fields.This job is open toRecent graduatesIndividuals who have graduated from an accredited educational institute or certificate program within the last 2 years or 6 years for Veterans.Special authoritiesIndividuals eligible under a special authority not listed above, but defined in the federal hiring regulations.Clarification from the agencyRecent graduates who have completed a qualifying bachelors, masters, professional, or doctorate from a qualifying educational institution within the previous (2) two years (using the date of your application for this vacancy). Exception: A veteran due to military service obligation was unable to apply with 2 years of receiving their degree, will have up to (4) four years after degree completion to apply.DutiesThis position is located in Acquisition and Grants Office (AGO), a corporate staff office of the Under Secretary for Oceans and Atmosphere and Administrator, with one vacancy in Silver Spring, MD.As a Grants Management Specialist you will perform the following duties:Participate in negotiations concerning complex grant awards; provide financial assistance and guidance on grants and cooperative agreements; review grant applications for compliance with appropriate regulations; and prepare grant and cooperative agreement awards and amendments for the Grant Officer's signature in compliance with appropriate regulations.Determine appropriate funding instruments, including contracts, grants or cooperative agreements, under which the award will be made, in accordance with Departmental guidelines and regulations. Advises applicants and grantees on financial and business management issues relevant to their applications.Perform cost analysis on complex grant application; and reviews financial statements such as audit reports for completeness and compliance with terms and conditions, and grant award regulations.Provide authoritative input to Team Leaders, Grants Officers, and Branch Chiefs; mentoring and instruction to junior grants specialist; and support and authoritative guidance to assist grantee institutions regarding grant-related questions and problems, clarification of policies and procedures, or requests for additional informationThese duties are described at the GS-09; the GS-07 is developmental leading to such performance. All positions are developmental to the full performance level (FPL) GS-12. Promotion from grade 11 to grade 12 will be based upon application of a competency model that identifies the knowledge, skills, and abilities required of all Grants Management Specialist.RequirementsConditions of EmploymentMust be a U.S. Citizen or National to apply.Required to pass a background investigation and fingerprint check.Must be suitable for Federal employment.Must be registered for Selective Service, if applicable (www.sss.gov)A minimum one year probationary period will be required.Meet Recent Graduate Eligibility RequirementsIf selected, required to complete OGE Form 450 financial disclosure.This position is not in the bargaining unit.NOTE:College Transcript:  Applicants must submit a copy of their college transcript that lists college courses, course title, and number of credit hours. If you have a future graduation date, you must provide a letter from the school registrars' office that includes the name of the student/applicant, the name of the school, and verification of your anticipated graduation date. The transcripts or letter must indicate that the degree has been conferred. You may submit an unofficial copy of the transcript at the initial phase of the application process, but an official certified copy must be received before you can report to duty.Qualifying Education Institution: Any of the following educational institutions or curricula that have been accredited by an accrediting body recognized by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education: http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/QualificationsQualification requirements in the vacancy announcements are based on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Qualification Standards Handbook, which contains federal qualification standards. This handbook is available on the Office of Personnel Management's website located at: https://www.opm.gov/policy.SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Applicants must possess one year of specialized experience equivalent in difficulty and responsibility to the next lower grade level in the Federal Service. Specialized experience is experience that has equipped the applicant with the particular competencies/knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position.This experience need not have been in the federal government. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations e.g., professional; philanthropic, religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies; knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.To qualify at the GS-07 level:SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: One full year (52 weeks) of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-05 level of the Federal service is defined as meeting ALL of the following experience:Participate in the reviewing and monitoring of grants and cooperative agreements for compliance with award terms and conditions in accordance with regulations; andAssist with investigating criteria, laws, rules, and regulations for legality and applicable information for creating agreements.OREDUCATION: One full year of graduate-level education, if related.orSuperior Academic Achievement as demonstrated by a bachelor's degree in a related field from an accredited college or university with one of the following. NOTE It is your responsibility to ensure your application clearly states how you meet one of the provisions below:A grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher based on a 4.0 scale for all completed undergraduate courses, or those completed in the last 2 full years of undergraduate study;A GPA of 3.5 or higher based on a 4.0 scale for required courses completed in a major field of study, or those courses completed in a major field of study during the last two years of undergraduate study;Class standing of upper third of the graduating class in the college, university, or major subdivision of the college;Membership in a national Scholastic Honor Society certified by the Association of College honor Societies, excluding freshman honor societies.ORCOMBINATION: A combination of related graduate-level education and specialized experience.To qualify at the GS-09 level:SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Applicants must possess one full year (52 weeks) of specialized experience equivalent to GS-07 in the Federal service. Specialized experience MUST include all of the following:Participate in the reviewing and monitoring of grants and cooperative agreements for compliance with award terms and conditions in accordance with regulations;Assist with investigating criteria, laws, rules, and regulations for legality and applicable information for creating agreements; andParticipate in the financial and administrative analyses of a variety of grant mechanisms to determine if costs are reasonable and allowable within prescribed policies.OREDUCATION: Master's or equivalent graduate degree or 2 full years of progressively higher level graduate education leading to such a degree or LLB. Or J.D., if related.ORCOMBINATION: A combination of graduate level education, beyond the first year (or 18 semester hours) in a related field of study as described above and specialized experience that together meet the qualification requirements for this position.Additional informationNOAA participates in e-Verify. E-Verify is an Internet based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA) that enables participating employers to electronically verify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees.How You Will Be EvaluatedYou will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.Your resume, supporting documents and responses to the online questionnaire will be reviewed to determine if you meet eligibility, minimum qualification and basic qualification requirements (if applicable).

Human Resources Specialist (Classification) at National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

1 day 9 hours ago
Employer: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Expires: 08/20/2022 Human Resources Specialist (Classification), ZA-201-2 (College Graduate)DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCENational Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationSummaryThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is seeking bright, innovative, results-driven recent graduates under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The NDAA is a highly competitive authority appointing recent college graduates into entry-level personnel for subsequent advancement to the journey-level in professional and administrative career fields.Clarification from the agencyRecent graduates who have completed a qualifying bachelors, masters, professional, or doctorate from a qualifying educational institution within the previous (2) two years (using the date of your application for this vacancy). Exception: A veteran due to military service obligation was unable to apply with 2 years of receiving their degree, will have up to (4) four years after degree completion to applyDutiesThis position is located in the Office of Human Capital Services (OHCS), a corporate staff office of the Under Secretary for Oceans and Atmosphere and Administrator, with one vacancy in Silver Spring, MD or Norfolk, VA.As a Human Resources Specialist (Classification), you will perform the following duties:Carries out routine classification work such as updating classification documents and automated records.Ensures PD follow the established process and procedures that govern document creation and automated system entry.Provides consultation and guidance to customers and branch staff based on established guidance, practice and procedures.RequirementsConditions of EmploymentMust be a U.S. Citizen or National to apply.Required to pass a background investigation and fingerprint check.Must be suitable for Federal employment.Must be registered for Selective Service, if applicable (www.sss.gov)A minimum one year probationary period will be required.Meet Recent Graduate Eligibility RequirementsThis position will be filled under the DOC Alternative Personnel System (CAPS). This system replaced the Federal GS pay plan and structure. Under CAPS, positions are classified by career, pay plan, and pay band.The ZA-2 is equivalent to the GS-7/9 grade levels. The full performance level is at the ZA-3 level. The ZA-3 is equivalent to the GS-11/12 grade levels.* This position is not in the bargaining unit.NOTE:College Transcript:  Applicants must submit a copy of their college transcript that lists college courses, course title, and number of credit hours. If you have a future graduation date, you must provide a letter from the school registrars's office that includes the name of the student/applicant, the name of the school, and verification of your anticipated graduation date. The transcripts or letter must indicate that the degree has been conferred. You may submit an unofficial copy of the transcript at the initial phase of the application process, but an official certified copy must be received before you can report to duty.Qualifying Education Institution: Any of the following educational institutions or curricula that have been accredited by an accrediting body recognized by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education: http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/QualificationsQualification requirements in the vacancy announcements are based on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Qualification Standards Handbook, which contains federal qualification standards. This handbook is available on the Office of Personnel Management's website located at: https://www.opm.gov/policy.SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Applicants must possess one year of specialized experience equivalent in difficulty and responsibility to the next lower grade level in the Federal Service. Specialized experience is experience that has equipped the applicant with the particular competencies/knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position.This experience need not have been in the federal government. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations e.g., professional; philanthropic, religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies; knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.To qualify at the ZA-2 or GS-07:SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: One full year (52 weeks) of specialized experience equivalent to the ZA-1 or GS-05 in the Federal service. Specialized experience MUST include all of the following:Applying human resource laws or policies; andCollaborating with others on administrative or analytical tasks.ORSUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION:1 full year of graduate level education.ORSuperior Academic Achievement as demonstrated by a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with one of the following. NOTE: It is your responsibility to ensure your application clearly states how you meet the below provision: A grade point average (GPA) of 2.9 or higher based on a 4.0 scale for all completed undergraduate courses, or those completed in the last 2 full years of undergraduate study.ORCOMBINATION OF EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: A combination of related graduate-level education and specialized experience.Additional informationNOAA participates in e-Verify. E-Verify is an Internet based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA) that enables participating employers to electronically verify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees

Business Operations Management Internship - Department of Transportation & Infrastructure at City and County of Denver

2 days 3 hours ago
Employer: City and County of Denver - Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Expires: 08/30/2022 The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI), through its employees, enhances the quality of life in Denver by efficiently delivering effective, high quality, safe and equitable public infrastructure and services. For more information, please visit the DOTI website.DOTI’s Commitment to Equity:DOTI is committed to providing attention and resources to the areas, assets and people of the city with the greatest need.  Through equitable contracting, equitable investments, and equitable workforce development.DOTI’s culture revolves around four key principles: (1) Invest in Our People, (2) Operate with Discipline, (3) Use Data to Drive Decisions, and (4) Deliver Results. The Fleet Management Team maintains more than 2,500 vehicles and pieces of equipment. Fleet Management’s goal is to sustain city vehicle availability at 96% or better. It also tracks vehicle usage and maintenance costs, prioritizes vehicle replacements, procures new vehicles and heavy equipment, and contracts for fuel used by City and County of Denver vehicles.The Fleet Management Team at the DOTI is seeking a Business Operations & Management Intern.  This position is open for immediate hire and is an onsite position, we are looking for someone who can consistently work approximately 30 hours per week.  This is a great opportunity to learn the vast variety of business operations and administrative side of one of the largest departments and organizations in the City and County of Denver. As an intern you will have the opportunity to experience:Assists with front customer service area, such as customer walk ins and phone calls to either help resolve questions or direct them to appropriate resourceExamines and evaluates a variety of information/documents to determine accuracy and adherence with requirements to verify and confirm complianceAssists with new vehicle data entry into FMIS within 72 hours of receiving new vehicleReviewing vehicle registration report for accuracy prior to processingEnters emission test data into database and provides data entry support as neededProvides input for improvements in filing systems to accommodate needsWorks with Training Admin and Managers to ensure vehicle manuals are uploaded to a share folder and/or in the library for easy accessAssists the Vehicle Check-in Manager on vehicle files and keysMember of project team in assisting with new information system implementation; including project managementAssist with event planning and communicationsOther projects and duties as neededAssists with front customer service area, such as customer walk ins and phone calls to either help resolve questions or direct them to appropriate resourceExamines and evaluates a variety of information/documents to determine accuracy and adherence with requirements to verify and confirm complianceAssists with new vehicle data entry into FMIS within 72 hours of receiving new vehicleReviewing vehicle registration report for accuracy prior to processingEnters emission test data into database and provides data entry support as neededProvides input for improvements in filing systems to accommodate needsWorks with Training Admin and Managers to ensure vehicle manuals are uploaded to a share folder and/or in the library for easy accessAssists the Vehicle Check-in Manager on vehicle files and keysMember of project team in assisting with new information system implementation; including project managementAssist with event planning and communicationsOther projects and duties as neededAbout YouOur Ideal candidate will have/be:Highly motivated, dependable, adaptable, and focused professionalPossess strong understanding and ability in having attention to detail and organizational skillsComfortable in a nontraditional work environment (near the fleet shops, mechanics, business partners and inventory locations)Engaged by and ability in data systems and analysis  Excellent customer service skillsAbility to accomplish work and prioritize workload with frequent interruptionsAbility to communicate effectively and professionally with all levels of the organization and external contactsInterests and ability in learning new fleet business intelligence tools and systems such as Power BIProficient in MS Suite Works well-independently as well as be a contributing member to various cross-functional teamsWilling to learn and provide support to managementWe realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications:Education Requirement: Current enrollment in an accredited college program leading to a certificate, licensure, associates, bachelor’s, or higher degree in, or a recent graduate (completed specified program within 1 year of completion)Education and Experience Equivalency: No substitution of experience for education is permittedLicenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employmentOther mandatory documentation required to be considered for this position:Transcripts - unofficial or officialAbout Everything ElseJob ProfileTA3181 Professional Administration InternTo view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here.Position TypeOncallPosition Salary Range$18.84 - $21.21Starting Pay$18.84 - $21.21 based on education level

Attorney-Adviser - OMS at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

2 days 15 hours ago
Employer: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Expires: 08/27/2022 This position is in Office of Mission Support (OMS), Office of Grants and Debarment, Suspension and Debarment Division.If selected, you must work at the location stated in this announcement.About OMSDutiesAt the entry level of this position, you will:Receive and review referrals of potential Suspension and Debarment (S&D) actions from EPA officials, other federal departments and agencies, and state and local governments to draft recommendations for appropriate administrative action to protect the public interest by ensuring federal procurement and nonprocurement activities are conducted with responsible entities.Work with senior Debarment Counsel on case strategy development and execution, and depending on the type of proceeding, participating in meetings with the targets of S&D actions (Respondents), drafting written responses, and making recommendations to the Suspension and Debarment Official (SDO) based on an analysis of the full administrative record.Draft and negotiate Administrative Agreements (AAs) with Respondents for endorsement by the SDO, ensuring that all EPA and other federal interests related to a Respondent's responsibility are addressed and protected.When entering a Federal job at a grade level lower than the highest promotion potential level, you may be promoted to more complex duties and work more independently, as your career progresses. NOTE: Career ladder promotions are not automatic, and all eligibility and qualifications requirements must be met in order to progress to the next grade level.One or more positions may be filled (in the organization advertised and/or in other organizations).

MDJ Secretary I - Scotland Office at Franklin County PA

3 days 8 hours ago
Employer: Franklin County PA Expires: 08/30/2022 Franklin County CourtsHas an opening for:Magisterial District Judge Secretary I Judge Nicklas – Scotland  Full Time$14.48To maintain and coordinate all phases of the clerical/secretarial and bookkeeping duties of the Magisterial District Judge’s Office. Requirements include: High school diploma or equivalent with some business/clerical training, including computers and bookkeeping training.1-2 years working experience in the Minor Judiciary, legal environment, or related field preferred. Applications may be obtained at FRANKLIN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, 272 North Second Street, Chambersburg PA, or online at www.franklincountypa.gov.  Applications must be returned to the Human Resources Department by 4:30 pm on 08/30/2022. EOE 

Remote Recent Graduate - Contract Specialist at Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

3 days 9 hours ago
Employer: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Expires: 08/20/2022 At CMS, we believe that at the core of our organization are the employees that carry out the Agency’s vision of advancing health equity, expanding coverage, and improving health outcomes.About the role:You will have the exciting opportunity to work in a trainee position, learning how to review federal contracts, sharpening your analytical skills, working on special projects, and so much more!What's the Recent Graduates Program?The recent graduate program is for those who have graduated, within the past two years, from a qualifying educational institution or certificate program. The recent graduate program offers career development with training and mentorship.This one-year paid program is designed to provide an opportunity to those individuals who lack experience to participate in Federal government jobs, enabling them to develop on the job as they establish their career.A huge perk of this program is that upon successful completion of the one-year program, you are eligible for conversion to a position with a GS-12 full-performance level.Salary Range:$38,503 - $61,227, this position is remoteWhat you'll do:Analyze requests for contracts for completeness, adequacy of scope of work, availability of funds, compliance with set laws, regulations and policies.Review requisitions and determine appropriate method of procurement, i.e., formal advertising or negotiation.Determine appropriate method of procurement, prepare required findings and determinations, schedule procurement plans, and perform all pre-solicitation duties prescribed by regulation and rules.Prepare and issue solicitation documents.Prepare recommendations for award, documenting reasons for decisions including justifying basis for not recommending lowest bidder.To be eligible as a Recent Graduate:U.S. Citizenship requiredGPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.Individuals who within the previous 2 years, completed a qualifying associates, bachelors, masters, professional, doctorate, vocational or technical degree or certificate from a qualifying educational institution. Therefore, you must have completed your educational program no earlier than August 19, 2020. Veterans who were precluded from applying due to their military service obligation, begin their 2-year eligibility period upon release or discharge from active duty. Eligibility for veterans cannot exceed 6 years from the date on which they completed their degrees (or certification). Therefore, veterans must have completed your educational program no earlier than August 19, 2016.Experience we're looking for:In order to qualify for the GS-07,Specialized Experience:1) reviewing requisition packages.2) preparing a variety of written materials.- OR -Substitution of Education for Experience: You may substitute education for specialized experience at the GS-07 grade level by possessing at least one full year of graduate level education. One year of full-time graduate education is considered to be the number of credit hours that the school attended has determined to represent 1 year of full-time study. If that information cannot be obtained from the school, 18 semester hours should be considered as satisfying the 1 year of full-time study requirement. Part-time graduate education is creditable in accordance with its relationship to a year of full-time study at the school attended.- OR -Combination of Experience and Education: Equivalent combinations of successfully completed post-high school education and experience may be used to meet total experience requirements at the GS-07 grade level. The percentage of your total qualifying experience the education must equal to 100% to qualify for this grade.In order to qualify for the GS-09,Specialized Experience:1) reviewing procurement packages.2) preparing written documentation for proposals.3) reviewing or interpreting procurement rules, regulations, or policies.- OR -Substitution of Education for Experience: You may substitute education for specialized experience at the GS-09 grade level by possessing a Master's Degree or equivalent graduate degree or at least 2 full years of progressively higher level graduate education leading to such a degree or LL.B. or J.D.- OR -Combination of Experience and Education: Only graduate education in excess of the amount required for the GS-07 grade level may be used to qualify applicants for positions at the GS-09 grade level. Therefore, only education in excess of one full year of graduate level education may be used to combine education and experience.You MUST apply through USAJOBS to be considered.Come see why over 6,000 employees say CMS is their employer of choice! In addition to dynamic and exciting opportunities, CMS offers generous compensation and benefits programs, an outstanding work-life balance, and most important, the opportunity to give back to your community, state and country by making a difference in the lives of Americans everywhere. For more information about careers at CMS, visit: https://go.cms.gov/Careers.Apply by 8/19/22!

Administrative Assistant - Recent Graduate at U.S. Geological Survey

3 days 9 hours ago
Employer: U.S. Geological Survey Expires: 08/29/2022 The USGS National Climate Adaptation Science Center (the hiring manager is Janet Cushing; jcushing@usgs.gov) is hiring for an Administrative Assistant within the Administrative Support team. Applicants must apply on USAJOBS - Search enter in the search: " USGS-PATH-22-11591184-DE-MW ". Applications will be accepted starting Tuesday, August 23, 2022. The announcement will be open for five (5) days or until the first 100 applications are received. The position is remote. We expect the position to be highly competitive and to receive a large number of applications, so we encourage applicants to apply the day the position opens. The vacancy will close at midnight Eastern Time on the day the application limit is reached regardless of the closing date specified in this vacancy announcement.  Applicants must apply to the announcement on USAJOBS to receive consideration. We cannot accept resumes sent via email.We are encouraging recently graduated students from 2- or 4-year colleges and universities who are interested in climate and ecological science, public administration, budget/finance, management or related fields to apply.Join us for an information session to learn about the position and for tips and tricks on navigating the application process, please follow the NCASC newsletter or attend the informational session on August 18, 2022, 5 pm - 6 pm ET. You can join using the following information:Join ZoomGov Meeting: https://www.zoomgov.com/j/1616091880Meeting ID: 161 609 1880One tap mobile+16692545252,,1616091880# US (San Jose)+16692161590,,1616091880# US (San Jose)Dial by your location       +1 669 254 5252 US (San Jose)       +1 669 216 1590 US (San Jose)       +1 551 285 1373 US       +1 646 828 7666 US (New York)Meeting ID: 161 609 1880Find your local number: https://www.zoomgov.com/u/az9DqNNgEIn this position, you will join the team of the National Climate Adaptation Science Center (www.usgs.gov/casc). You will be responsible for travel support, timesheet support, purchasing equipment and supplies, and records management. This is a great way for new graduates to join the federal government workforce – which provides good benefits! If you are interested in climate science, are detail oriented, and love helping people, this is a great position for you. Find more information here: https://www.usgs.gov/programs/climate-adaptation-science-centers/news/usgs-national-climate-adaptation-science-center   For additional information go to: USGS National Climate Adaptation Science Center Administrative Support Hire | U.S. Geological Survey

Private Tutors - Math, English, Science & Test Prep at FrogTutoring, LLC.

3 days 11 hours ago
Employer: FrogTutoring, LLC. Expires: 08/30/2022 About this JobFrog Tutoring is hiring for students looking for tutoring in all Math, English, Science & Test Prep subjects. Frog Tutoring connects tutors with students to provide one-on-one, in-home, as well as online, private tutoring for all ages, subjects and test preparation. In addition to having knowledge clients also look for tutors who are friendly, articulate, reliable and have the ability to adapt to each student’s unique needs and can make the learning process fun! In everything we do, Frog Tutoring strives to perform to the highest degree of quality, accountability, and transparency. We have three basic tutoring philosophies: One Step Ahead, Reinforcement, and Organization & Study Skills.  Working as a tutor on the Frog tutoring platform includes several benefits, such as the flexibility to schedule your own sessions and to choose your own hours. Great effort is put forth to match tutors to students, resulting in productive learning experiences. Tutors working with Frog tutoring are paid $30 per hour and choose their own tutoring load. Tutors are independent contractors and have the freedom to use their own teaching styles and methods. Qualifications ·    Minimum of 3.0 GPA in areas of tutoring specialization  ·    Currently in college or have completed college  ·    Formal or in formal tutoring or teaching experience  ·    We offer our clients 100% tutor satisfaction and as a result, our tutors are held to the highest professional standard. About Frog Tutoring, LLC.Frog Tutoring provides one-on-one, in-home private tutoring customized to the needs of the student. We specialize in math and science (though we can provide assistance in all disciplines), offering quality tutoring to students from all ages. Frog tutors are current students and graduates from local universities. They are skilled in adapting to each student’s unique needs and making the learning process fun! Education is our passion, and we want it to be yours as well. - See more at: http://frogtutoring.com/about_us#sthash.XcDBLb76.dpufHow To Apply: https://frogtutoring.com/tutor-signup-2021/Email address: monica@frogtutoring.com

Research Analyst - Mixed Methods Social/Behavioral Scientist at Institute for Defense Analyses

6 days 6 hours ago
Employer: Institute for Defense Analyses Expires: 09/01/2022 OverviewThe Institute for Defense Analyses is a federally funded research and development center supporting the Department of Defense (DoD) and other federal agencies that require rigorous and objective analysis. Researchers in IDA’s Human Capital Group support senior defense leaders by applying qualitative and quantitative methods from psychology, sociology, public health, political science, economics, statistics, and data science to a broad range of national security policy issues. Past and current IDA research examines: diversity, equity, and inclusion; unit cohesion and command climate; performance, promotion, and retention; hazing and bullying; suicide; sexual assault; and extremism. IDA has an opening for a PhD-level social/behavioral scientist to contribute to and lead projects in the Human Capital Group.  ResponsibilitiesIDA’s Research Staff Members (RSMs) are career research staff, typically with PhDs. RSMs work on interdisciplinary research teams and engage with senior U.S. government officials to develop research programs to inform government policy and decision-making. After defining a research question, RSMs:Develop and implement research plansDevelop and deploy data collection strategies (to include interviews, focus groups, surveys, and literature reviews) Analyze qualitative and quantitative data Draft reports and briefings on research results Communicate effectively with research sponsors and team membersLead interdisciplinary project teams and direct/mentor junior research staffManage project budgets and timelines Adapt to a wide range of complex and evolving research questionsExercise independent thought, sound judgement, critical thinking, and creativity Occasionally travel to U.S. government or U.S. security partner locations QualificationsAt minimum, requires BS+10 years of experience or MS+8 years of experience or Ph.D. in a Social/Behavioral science field (e.g., Psychology, Sociology, Organizational Behavior, Public Health, Anthropology, Political Science, Social work; or related fields). Experience in the design of data collection tools and collection of social/behavioral data through interviews and focus groups is required.Experience in the analysis of qualitative data is required.Strong written and oral communication skills are required.U.S. citizenship is required.Ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance is required.Experience with the DoD or other branches of government is strongly preferredAbility and willingness to travel on an occasional basis is preferred. Why work at IDA?Competitive salary and benefits, including diverse health insurance options, generous 11% contribution to retirement, 6 weeks 100% paid parental leave, 20 days paid time off, and relocation reimbursement.Mission-oriented work at a non-profit that supports and protects our Nation’s warfighters; as a non-profit, IDA employees are eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSFL).Organization-wide commitment to diversity in the workplace and providing a working environment free from discrimination, by fostering a culture of active citizenship and implementing data-driven processes of continuous feedback and learning.Professional development including tuition reimbursement, internal and external trainings, and funding for researcher-pitched projects and publications.A strong employee and corporate culture of work-life balance, including commitment to average 40-hour work weeks through flex time, telework options, and expectation of communication only during core business hours.Located in Alexandria's high-tech corridor, IDA's brand new Potomac Yard facility is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, workspaces and amenities, including a cafeteria, grab-n-go cafe and gym.Easy access to local dining and shopping, the Potomac Yard Metro stop (opening Fall 2022), and the Potomac Yard DASH bus stop. Employer contributes $280/month (IRS max) to commuter benefits. What are the next steps?Complete the application and submit your resumeIf you are selected to move forward in the interview process, the interview consists of three steps:A short screening call with HRA 30 min – 60 min screening call with researchersA full day interview with various researchers and staff; includes giving an hour presentation on a research projectPrior to the full day interview, you will be asked to provide the following:Transcripts (unofficial accepted), if less than 7 years post-degree3 professional or academic references A writing sampleU.S. Citizenship is required

Research Analyst – Forces, Capabilities, and Readiness at Institute for Defense Analyses

6 days 6 hours ago
Employer: Institute for Defense Analyses Expires: 09/01/2022 The Institute for Defense Analyses is a federally funded research and development center supporting the Department of Defense and other federal agencies that require rigorous and objective analysis of national security issues. The Strategy, Forces and Resources Division (SFRD) performs interdisciplinary analyses of plans and policies related to national security strategy; the structure and capabilities of US, allied and adversary forces; chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense; organizational efficiency and management issues; and human capital challenges. SFRD has an opening for a Research Analyst to contribute to analyses principally focused on forces, capabilities, and readiness.   Responsibilities:Research Analysts at IDA are career research staff, typically with PhDs or with extensive practical or research experience. Research Analysts engage with senior government officials to develop research programs on government policy, budgetary, and program choices. Some research tasks will be narrowly focused, while others will address a broader spectrum of concerns. Research Analysts contributing to SFRD’s forces, capabilities, and readiness program of work will provide analytic expertise to national security challenges that involve the Nation’s overall readiness enterprise. After defining a research question, Research Analysts:Develop and implement research plansSelect appropriate methodologies and analytic tools for research, both quantitative and qualitative.Develop and deploy data collection strategies including those involving human subjects, various survey methods, interview protocols, literature reviews, and manipulation of large data sets.Collect or oversee the collection of dataImplement and apply software appropriate to the research problem Interact with research subjects, including government officials, other subject matter experts, and military forces, in the research process and with research sponsors in communicating resultsHelp manage a portfolio of research effortsDirect more junior research associates in development of data gathering, analysis and interpretation efforts, and in development of analytic tools or software code to test hypotheses.  Qualifications:Research Analysts are expected to demonstrate proficiency in rigorous and structured analytic techniques and to be familiar with modern computer applications appropriate to the individual’s academic discipline. Research Analysts are members of interdisciplinary research teams and must demonstrate good interpersonal communications skills and contribute effectively to a team approach to problem solving and help manage a portfolio of research projects. The issues that IDA addresses change constantly and Research Analysts are expected to be adaptable and self-motivated, demonstrating a capacity for independent thought, synthesis of a variety of sources, and sound judgment while creatively applying qualitative and quantitative analysis methods to complex policy problems. As part of the research process, IDA research teams will travel to US government or US security partner field locations (typically headquarters or office-like locations).PhD with three years post-degree research/fellowship experience applying qualitative and quantitative skills or a Master’s degree with 8 years’ experience. Degrees are required to be in a discipline such as operations research, industrial engineering, systems engineering, coupled with a background in political science, international relations, strategic studies, or security studies, applicable to the study of force readiness, capabilities, force management, global posture, and force structure.Candidates must have significant leadership experience at the O-6 military level or above in military Service, Joint, and Office of the Secretary of Defense organizations. Requires demonstrated interest in and understanding of the application of strategic concepts to force readiness choices and national security impacts.Requires understanding of, and operational or research experience in, readiness concepts and operations.Requires proven expertise or experience with analytic methods and techniques for the assessment of readiness, capabilities, force management or force structure alternatives. Must be able to apply computational capability, data analytics, computer models or simulations for evaluation of policy, technology, or program options Requires the ability to communicate complex concepts simply and clearly in written and verbal form, to peers and government officialsCandidates are required to submit a resume and cover letter outlining their interest in the position, and how their skill set, experiences, and education align with the defined responsibilities Candidates must be able to maintain a TS-SCI level security clearance. U.S. Citizenship is required

Winter Associate Internship Program, Client Service at AlphaSights

6 days 11 hours ago
Employer: AlphaSights Expires: 08/31/2022 Winter Associate Internship Program, Client ServiceLocation: New York Program Dates & Eligibility: Candidates must be available for (at minimum) a 10-week duration, beginning in January 2023Candidates must be able to work full-time (in-person) in the New York City area for the duration of the program About AlphaSights AlphaSights was born with a purpose: to unlock human knowledge and power progress. From our state-of-the-art offices in nine major world cities, we connect business leaders seeking knowledge with the experts who possess it. We’re one of the fastest-growing global companies, employing 1500+ colleagues from 60+ nationalities. What we doWe operate at the heart of the global knowledge economy, providing a suite of knowledge-on-demand services to investment funds, consultancies, Fortune 500 companies and nonprofits. Our clients use our services when evaluating critical investment and business decisions. We connect them with industry experts who possess specific knowledge that is otherwise unavailable to them. We’re a fast-paced, client-driven service organization. We respond to client inquiries within minutes and deliver within hours. When deadlines are tight, and when robust insight is make or break, our clients count on us. Client Service Winter Associate RoleAs a client service winter associate, you’ll have a clear focus on client service and revenue generation. You’ll be the connection point between our clients and industry experts. After initial training at our New Joiner Academy and on the desk, you’ll start fielding incoming briefs from the clients assigned to you. You’ll spend a large portion of your time on the phone and email, identifying the best experts to suit your clients’ needs. Once you’ve found the right expert, you’ll connect them with our clients across various formats (e.g., interviews, in-person meetings, surveys, etc.). Your responsibilitiesUnderstand client needs and the available expert pool for the projectSource and engage experts using our internal database and external digital directoriesMatch client briefs with the most relevant experts and appropriate interaction formatsSchedule and manage all client-to-expert interactionsDeliver an excellent client experience through fast, accurate recommendations and proactive follow-ups with them RequirementsUndergraduate Junior (Class of 2024), with strong academic credentials and noteworthy extracurricular activitiesNo prior work experience is necessary, but relevant transferable experience and evidence of interest in business and a commercial career are desirableAlignment with our values: we look for driven, results-orientated, adaptable, humble and empathetic individualsMust be fluent in EnglishMust be authorized to work in the United States. Employer will not sponsor work visas.  Compensation and benefits Opportunity to receive a full-time employment offer to return post-graduation. Learn more about our commercial career paths hereInternship compensation is $13,461.54 for a 10-week program. Option to WFH Thursday and Friday Perks: Subsidized lunch, complimentary breakfast & snacks, iPhone and MacBook Pro for workAlphaSights is an equal opportunity employer. Read more about our commitment to DEI here.

Utah Program and Legal Assistant at Western Resource Advocates

6 days 11 hours ago
Employer: Western Resource Advocates Expires: 08/19/2022 POSITION SUMMARYWestern Resource Advocates (WRA) is seeking an organized and enthusiastic Program and Legal Assistant to join our team in Utah. The Program and Legal Assistant will provide a full range of administrative and legal support to the Clean Energy Program’s Utah team; this includes office management for our Salt Lake City location, paralegal support for the Clean Energy Program attorneys, and some administrative support of other program staff working out of the Salt Lake City office. Duties may include filing legal documents, case management, assembling presentations, drafting correspondence and other materials, and liaising with WRA’s remotely located IT staff. Reporting to the Utah Senior Staff Attorney, Clean Energy Program, this position offers an excellent chance to work with energy and environmental policy experts, with opportunities for expanding knowledge of environmental issues and evidence-based solutions to combating climate change in Utah and other states where WRA works.ABOUT WESTERN RESOURCE ADVOCATESWRA fights climate change and its impacts to sustain the environment, economy, and people of the West. We respect the different needs of diverse people and partner with them to develop a shared vision for progress—one that advances communities while protecting biodiversity.Our team of policy experts, scientists, economists, and attorneys has a 30-year history of working where decisions are made, sweating the details, creating evidence-based solutions, and holding decisionmakers accountable. This on the ground work with policymakers and other advocates advances clean energy, protects air, land, water, and wildlife—and sustains the lives and livelihoods of the West.LOCATIONThis position can work in WRA’s Salt Lake City office; or a hybrid remote and in-office setting. Most weeks there will be a minimum of one day a week required in the office, however, on occasion additional days in office may be required.RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACTIVITIESOFFICE MANAGEMENTOffice management for WRA’s Salt Lake City office.Provide reception, answer phones, and calendar meetings for Clean Energy Program (CEP) staff.Make or assist in travel arrangements on behalf of CEP staff.Provide basic IT support, liaising with WRA’s remotely located IT Manager.Purchase office supplies, assure offices are maintained, make minor repairs, take out trash/recycling, mail packages, coordinate contractors for maintenance or IT-related repairs, and manage rental and repair contracts.Prepare and reconcile monthly expense reports, processing accounts payable and reimbursement claims.Occasionally coordinate a team building activity with the Utah staff.CASE MANAGEMENT & PROGRAM SUPPORTKeep electronic and physical records organized, route mail.Assist with preparation of reports, studies, presentations, and litigation/docket files and binders.Case management, including tracking dockets, maintaining case log, drafting motions and pleadings, legal and subject-matter research, maintaining discovery index, locating and preparing exhibits, filing documents with agencies and/or courts, hearing preparation, and other paralegal support.Drafting correspondence and other materials.Other tasks as assigned, including providing occasional administrative assistance to other WRA staff based in Salt Lake City.Conduct policy research and write memos or reports on varied subjects associated with WRA’s Clean Energy Program work.Research and analyze existing or proposed laws, regulations and policies that impact WRA’s mission, diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.Assist Utah staff with advocacy meetings, stakeholder engagement activities and other related activities as appropriate.REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONSAdministrative office experience.Exceptional time management skills.Detail-oriented.Strong organizational skills with ability to manage a deadline-driven docket of regulatory litigation.Strong verbal communication, writing and editing skills.Proficiency with computers and office equipment, including strong competency with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point.Commitment to WRA’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion goals.ADDITIONAL SKILLS AND LEARNING OPPORTUNITIESThis section is made up of skills that a candidate may come in with, and if not, may be trained on the job. They are not required and candidates who do not possess these skills yet, should not be discouraged from applying.General knowledge of clean energy, climate change, and/or environmental issues is a plus.Paralegal or other legal background or experience, with an emphasis on administrative law is a plus.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSProlonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Some small amount of travel may be required within WRA seven-state region to attend retreats and other events.SALARY AND BENEFITSThe salary range for this position is $42,000-$53,000 annually; salary depends on relevant experience and new staff rarely start at the top of the range. WRA’s excellent benefits package includes a 401(k)-retirement plan with up to 5% matching and health, dental, vision, and life & disability insurance with 100% of premiums for employee coverage paid by WRA. Annually, staff receive three weeks paid vacation leave to start, twelve paid sick days, one paid volunteer day, one paid birthday off, 12 paid holidays, and WRA is closed for Winter Break between Christmas Day and New Year’s Day for additional paid time off. After one-year employees are eligible for up to twelve weeks of parental leave with the first six weeks paid, and after five years, staff are eligible for up to twelve weeks of paid sabbatical leave. Position is full-time non-exempt.DEADLINE TO APPLY: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2022Diversity and inclusion are a critical component of our business strategy, mission and vision. We welcome candidates from an array of backgrounds and experiences to join our team. Learn more about our commitment here: https://westernresourceadvocates.org/#commitment-to-diversity. Western Resource Advocates is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, marital status, amnesty, or veteran status.APPLY TO BE WRA’S UTAH PROGRAM AND LEGAL ASSISTANT!Thank you for your interest in the Utah Program and Legal Assistant position with Western Resource Advocates. Complete the two forms below to apply for the position. You will need to upload the following in PDF format:Cover letter to the attention of Meagan Kadlec, Human Resources Director, describing your relevant qualifications and the reason for your interest in WRA and this position; andResume.

Associate Program, Client Service (San Francisco - Immediate Start) at AlphaSights

6 days 11 hours ago
Employer: AlphaSights Expires: 09/01/2022 About AlphaSights AlphaSights was born with a purpose: to unlock human knowledge and power progress. From our state-of-the-art offices in nine major world cities, we connect business leaders seeking knowledge with the experts who possess it. We’re one of the fastest-growing global companies, employing 1500+ colleagues from 60+ nationalities. What we doWe operate at the heart of the global knowledge economy, providing a suite of knowledge-on-demand services to investment funds, consultancies, Fortune 500 companies and nonprofits. Our clients use our services when evaluating critical investment and business decisions. We connect them with industry experts who possess specific knowledge that is otherwise unavailable to them. We’re a fast-paced, client-driven service organization. We respond to client inquiries within minutes and deliver within hours. When deadlines are tight, and when robust insight is make or break, our clients count on us. Client Service Associate RoleAs a client service associate, you’ll have a clear focus on client service and revenue generation. You’ll be the connection point between our clients and industry experts. After initial training at our New Joiner Academy and on the desk, you’ll start fielding incoming briefs from the clients assigned to you. You’ll spend a large portion of your time on the phone and email, identifying the best experts to suit your clients’ needs. Once you’ve found the right expert, you’ll connect them with our clients across various formats (e.g., interviews, in-person meetings, surveys, etc.). Your responsibilitiesUnderstand client needs and the available expert pool for the projectSource and engage experts using our internal database and external digital directoriesMatch client briefs with the most relevant experts and appropriate interaction formatsSchedule and manage all client-to-expert interactionsDeliver an excellent client experience through fast, accurate recommendations and proactive follow-ups with them Associate Program Our fast-paced, two-year program is a fantastic springboard for ambitious graduates who want to embark on an accelerated commercial career. After two years, associates are eligible for manager promotion, providing them with leadership responsibilities over 2-5 people early in their career. After a further three years, they are eligible for promotion to vice president, entrusted with running a multi-million-dollar book of business. Our alumni go on to top graduate programs and top-tier employers worldwide. RequirementsA bachelor’s degree, with strong academic credentials and noteworthy extracurricularsNo prior work experience is necessary, but relevant internships and other evidence of interest in business and a commercial career are desirableAlignment with our values: we look for driven, results-orientated, adaptable, humble and empathetic individualsMust be fluent in EnglishMust be authorized to work in the United States. Employer will not sponsor work visas but will consider candidates with STEM/OPT eligibility. Compensation and benefitsAverage total first year compensation: $84,892 consisting of (i) $70,000 base salary; and (ii) $14,892 median commission based on performance17 vacation days, 10 company holidays & business closure during winter holiday weekCoverage for up to 100% health insurance premiums401(k) match - 4% of your total compensation matched dollar-for-dollarOption to WFH Thursday and Friday Perks: Subsidized lunch, complimentary breakfast & snacks, corporate gym rates, iPhone and MacBook Pro for work AlphaSights is an equal opportunity employer. Read more about our commitment to DEI here.

Attorney Advisor - R7 at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

6 days 15 hours ago
Employer: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Expires: 08/18/2022 This position is in Region 7, Office of Regional Counsel. If selected, you must work at the location stated in this announcement. About Region 7: Region 7DutiesAt the entry level of this position, you will:Provide legal advice, perform legal research, prepare legal documentation, and provide policy recommendations.Participate in litigation activities.Draft Agency determinations, proposed regulations, and Federal Register notices.Perform negotiation and informal dispute resolution.When entering a Federal job at a grade level lower than the highest promotion potential level, you may be promoted to more complex duties and work more independently, as your career progresses.

Project Manager - Housing and Economic Security  at National Conference of State Legislatures

1 week ago
Employer: National Conference of State Legislatures Expires: 08/26/2022 JOB TITLE:   Project Manager - Housing and Economic Security     PROGRAM:   Children and Families LOCATION:   Denver    SALARY:     $7,074.97 p/monthSTATUS:      Full-timeABOUT NCSL: Are you ready to join an organization with an extraordinary mission? The National Conference of State Legislatures offers careers where you can use your skills, knowledge, and experience to truly make a difference. NCSL’s mission is purposeful – strengthening the legislative institution. From informing effective policies and promoting communication among state legislatures, to ensuring states have a strong, cohesive voice in the federal system, our team works in service of legislatures. And, with a commitment to constantly innovating all resources and services to meet the evolving needs of members, NCSL has earned the reputation as the nation’s most trusted bipartisan membership organization for legislators and legislative staff. Our success serving NCSL members relies on our team of passionate, dedicated professionals who work diligently to strengthen the legislative institution. Join our team and contribute to this unique, essential mission.ABOUT THE ROLE: NCSL’s Denver-based Children and Families Program is looking for a project manager to join a powerhouse team focused on policies affecting child and family well-being. Applicants must have knowledge of policies and practices related to housing and family economic security, including an understanding of state and federal financing.This is a new and critical position requiring policy expertise, competence in policy research and analysis, writing and editing, event planning, and creating and updating online content. You can expect to have frequent contact with legislators, legislative staff and other public officials. All members of the Children and Families team are responsible for contributing to a culture of program innovation and excellence and ensuring NCSL’s work is completed in an objective and nonpartisan manner. This position reports to an associate director of the Children and Families Program.WHAT YOU’LL DO: Plan, organize and manage a portfolio of projects focused on housing and economic security, particularly as they relate to child and family well-being.Develop and share subject-matter expertise with legislators and legislative staff, primarily on issues related to housing and economic security.Plan, manage and/or self-execute projects, including research, writing, educational sessions/meetings, podcasts and technical assistance. Create relevant, substantive and engaging educational opportunities for legislators and legislative staff. Write skillfully and with minimal need for editing. Review, edit and provide feedback on the substance and quality of the work of other staff.Demonstrate a high degree of political acumen, judgment and responsiveness to legislators and legislative staff.Maintain productive relationships with legislators and legislative staff, regardless of party affiliation or political ideology.Guide and support the work and professional development of other NCSL staff. Participate in developing project priorities, goals and budgets.Lead or support communication with funding partners.Travel domestically for meetings, technical assistance and professional development opportunities.Performs other responsibilities as needed.THE WORK ENVIRONMENT: This position is mostly performed in an office environment, on or off-site, with prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer. Employees routinely use standard office equipment such as laptops, printers, scanners, copy machines, and smartphones. Occasional travel by airplane, including overnights and weekends, is required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.QUALIFICATIONS FOR SUCCESS: Bachelor's degree plus six years of work experience with state legislatures, government, public policy or other relevant field.Strong knowledge of state legislative and political processes and the separation of powers between the branches of government. Competence in project management, including organizing and delegating work and managing multiple tasks and deadlines simultaneously.Subject-matter expertise in housing and economic security.  Competence in translating complex information into easy-to-understand resources for policymakers.Strong writing, editing and presentation skills and the ability to clearly and credibly communicate with a variety of audiences.Experience planning in-person and online meetings, conference sessions and webinars for audience of various sizes.Strong people and relationship-building skills and the ability to function as both a member and leader of a small team.Ability to build and maintain positive relationships with legislators, legislative staff, funders and other professionals. At least two years of experience supervising or managing others and competence in the planning, assigning, reviewing and evaluating work. Experience critically reviewing own work, as well as reviewing and editing the work of others.  Ability to work in a politically neutral manner and maintain confidentiality when required.Ability to travel by air up to 6-8 times per year, with most trips being 1-3 nights, as well as work extended hours, possibly evenings and weekends, usually associated with events or travel.YOUR BENEFITS AT A GLANCE: NCSL provides flexible, remote work options for our employees including the ability to telework up to 4 days a week. We are committed to offering a full range of other benefits for you and your eligible family members, including domestic partners.Our outstanding benefits include low-cost health, dental and vision coverage, a 401(a)-retirement plan with 10% contribution after 6 months and full vesting, life & disability insurance, 3-weeks paid vacation with 5+ years of paid full-time work experience, generous time off plans and paid family leave, floating holidays, identity theft protection, employee assistance programs, pet insurance, paid time off the volunteer, and more! Relocation assistance provided for out-of-state candidates.HOW TO JOIN OUR TEAM:If you are a purpose-driven, dedicated professional looking to give as much as you get – submit your resume and cover letter by 11:59 PM MT, August 26, 2022.  Learn more about working with NCSL by visiting our careers page: https://www.ncsl.org/research/about-state-legislatures/ncsl-careers.aspx. We are looking forward to receiving your application!NCSL is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to developing a diverse, dynamic team and inclusive workplace. NCSL does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, disability, or any other status protected by law or regulation.

Environmental Communications AmeriCorps Fellow at U.S. Dept. of Interior - Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement

1 week ago
Employer: U.S. Dept. of Interior - Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Expires: 08/30/2022 Position DetailsStewards Individual Placements (SIP) provides individuals with service and career opportunities to strengthen communities and preserve our natural resources. Participants work with federal agencies, tribal governments, and nonprofits building institutional capacity, developing community relationships, and supporting ecosystem health. SIP in partnership with the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE) seeks one year-long Environmental Communications AmeriCorps member to play an essential role in expanding and improving the communications and outreach efforts by OSMRE. Recently marking its 45th anniversary, OSMRE continues to ensure the cleanup of millions of acres of pre-Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) abandoned mine lands and the return of post-SMCRA mined lands to productive use by collaborating with State and Tribal partners, community organizations, and the industry. The Environmental Communications AmeriCorps member will be contributing to these efforts by focusing on developing audio, visual, and written products that will be used to inform the public about OSMRE’s environmental involvement. These products will be informative, educational, and technical in nature, developed in a way to be understood by different target audiences. The AmeriCorps member will have some flexibility in the type of final products and deliverables provided but can expect to create at least one of each of the following: a podcast, an infographic campaign, marketing material, an educational brochure, a fact sheet and hot topics, and a video journalism styled report. The Environmental Communications AmeriCorps member will be fulfilling an unmet need at OSMRE in that currently, much of what OSMRE does is not overly publicized. The information that the AmeriCorps collects and materials they develop will directly begin to, if not fully, implement a public outreach campaign that informs the public of abandoned mine land safety and environmental sciences used at OSMRE. Additionally, the member will expand and improve upon the ways OSMRE engages with communities and organizations that support restoration of coalfield communities. These efforts will be instrumental to present and future employees at OSMRE, as well as providing the AmeriCorps member with a strong foundation in the real-world communications and outreach experience with an emphasis on the environment.  Position Responsibilities will include:Engaging with OSMRE departments and divisions to develop professional infographicsCreating professional and public-facing educational and informational productsAnalyzing OSMRE’s communication and outreach strategy to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threatsDeveloping podcast topics and completing interviews to inform the public of environmental policy, actions, and opportunities by OSMREDeveloping content that provides an inside look at the environmental science performed by OSMRE employees and its State and Tribal partnersReviewing, analyzing, and recommending current topics and news stories to be packaged for distribution to the public and OSMRE employeesCreating additional OSMRE and environmental communications products for internal and external audiences   Preferred Qualifications:Background in Environmental Policy and Administration, Journalism, Graphic Arts, Audio/Visual Design, Marketing and CommunicationsTeam-oriented and willingness to learnAll interested candidates are encouraged to apply!  Benefits:Living Allowance: $465/week at 40hrs/week (pre-tax)Successful completion of this term will award the AmeriCorps Segal Education Award of $6,345.00Place Federal student loans on Forbearance during time in serviceInterest accrual payoff by AmeriCorpsProfessional Development can include: attending conferences, participating in site visits, performing job shadows, and completing training opportunities                                               How to ApplyIn addition to your resume, please submit a statement of interest (no more than 250 words) or one-page cover letter highlighting why you are interested in this position and how your background and experience will help you succeed in this position. Please do not include your social security number, date of birth, or physical address on any documents submitted with your application, including your resume. Stewards Individual Placements Program does not and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all.Required ExperienceIn order to ensure the health and safety of the communities that Conservation Legacy serves, as well as to meet federal requirements for government contractors, all participants and staff of Conservation Legacy programs must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before beginning their service term. This requirement applies to all staff and participants regardless of location, position, or remote work status.

Investigator (Criminal Investigator I) - DORA: Division of Professions and Occupations at Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies

1 week 1 day ago
Employer: Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies Expires: 08/31/2022 The Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) is dedicated to preserving the integrity of the marketplace and is committed to promoting a fair and competitive business environment in Colorado. Consumer protection is our mission.The Division of Professions and Occupations (DPO) protects consumers in the state of Colorado through licensing and regulatory enforcement for approximately 50 professions, occupations, and businesses. This work unit exists to ensure consumer protection by conducting investigations/inspections to support the Division’s 50 different professions.The Office of Investigations supports the division by conducting investigations/inspections of criminal, civil, and administrative actions; the enforcement of agency actions includes cease and desist orders. The work unit operates with the goal of accomplishing the strategic measures of the division, which include improving customer service and reducing fees, protecting consumers, and leading people; it regulates those providing services by ensuring compliance with minimal statutory standards and coordinating the investigation/inspections process to enforce the requirements of the Colorado Revised Statutes.Position: SJA 942This position is responsible for independently conducting complex investigations of suspected violations of administrative, civil, and criminal statutes enforced by the Division of Professions and occupations. The position assists and focuses the effort between and among other law enforcement agencies in multi-jurisdictional investigative projects.Duties include, but are not limited to:Collecting and compiling the documentation and other evidence after determining the appropriate materials to be gathered; drafting subpoenas; determining a plan, scope, and direction of investigation; conducting in-depth interviews of witnesses, victims, and suspects to obtain information; and conducting undercover operations;Preserving and protecting the integrity and confidentiality of evidence;Assessing and analyzing evidence to determine and identify whether allegations are jurisdictional and constitute violations of state and/or federal statutes;Preparing clear, concise, and comprehensive investigative reports, which reflect pertinent facts in an objective manner;Presenting testimony at depositions, disciplinary hearings, and in civil and criminal proceedings;Collaborating and assisting other law enforcement agencies' investigations by serving as a source specialist; providing guidance, interpretations, and recommendations to others concerning matters in the position’s scope of work;Communicating and exchanging information with other law enforcement agencies to detect, jointly investigate, and promote the prosecution of violations of law;Educating and communicating with the general public and regulated professions regarding the investigative and enforcement role of the agency.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (MQs):Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in biological or life sciences, medical science, physical sciences, public health, health care, criminal justice, police sciences, psychology, communication, forensic science, applied sciences, or a closely related field; ANDOne (1) year of professional* investigative work experience which must include all of the following:I. Conducting investigations, including working with violations of administrative, civil, and/or criminal based statutes;II. Gathering, interpreting, and/or analyzing evidence, data, and relevant facts in complex cases, and applying applicable laws;III. Experience gathering information by utilizing investigative interviewing techniques.Document this experience in your application IN DETAIL, as your experience will not be inferred or assumed. Part-time experience will be prorated.SUBSTITUTIONS:A combination of professional* investigative work experience as described above, which provided the same kind, amount, and level of knowledge acquired in the required education, will substitute for the bachelor's degree on a year-for-year basis.*Professional work involves exercising discretion, analytical skill, judgment and personal accountability and responsibility for creating, developing, integrating, applying, and sharing an organized body of knowledge that characteristically is: uniquely acquired through an intense education or training regimen at a recognized college or university; equivalent to the curriculum requirements for a bachelor's or higher degree with major study in or pertinent to the specialized field; and continuously studied to explore, extend, and use additional discoveries, interpretations, and application and to improve data, materials, equipment, applications, and methods.Preferred Qualifications:Demonstrated experience working in a high-stress, high-profile environment managing various stakeholders and discerning hidden agendas;Demonstrated experience working with administrative/regulatory law procedures;Demonstrated experience working with multi-disciplinary teams (e.g. civil attorneys; criminal prosecutors; local, state, and federal law enforcement/regulatory agencies);Demonstrated experience working in a law enforcement agency or regulatory agency;Demonstrated experience in testifying in court providing data and information gathered during the investigative process;Demonstrated experience working with financial and/or health records to identify non-compliance and fraud during an investigative process;Demonstrated experience working in the environmental health field, interpreting public health laws, and conducting public health-related inspections and/or investigations;Demonstrated experience working as a mental health professional, providing care and/or evaluating patients;Demonstrated experience in nursing or a medical-related field that provided comprehensive care for patients including observing patient conditions or symptoms and developing of patient-specific care plans. (Note: some of the investigations conducted will be in the nursing profession, therefore knowledge of medical and/or nursing practices and standards will be a plus).Required Competencies:The following knowledge, skills, abilities, and personal characteristics are required competencies and may be considered during the selection process (including examination and/or interview):Demonstrated verbal communication skills, including the ability to effectively convey information to audiences in a concise manner;Demonstrated written communication skills, including the ability to relay complex and detailed information to various stakeholders in a clear, accurate, and concise written manner;Demonstrated attention to detail in order to ensure accuracy, thoroughness, and consistency of all analyzed information;Critical thinking and analysis skills, including having the ability to evaluate evidence and analyze applicable information in order to apply knowledge and ensure compliance;Decision-making skills, including determining the appropriate scope of an investigation and when to issue a subpoena;Creativity and flexibility, including the ability to adapt to shifting priorities and additional work assignments;Organizational skills, including the ability to plan and prioritize tasks;Time management skills, including the ability to meet hard deadlines and multitask;Demonstrated ability to understand and abide by workplace principles, practices, and behaviors as internally identified and defined by the division;Self-starter, including the ability to work independently, learn new processes, utilize own knowledge, and complete work with minimal supervision;Interpersonal skills, including the ability to collaborate with various stakeholders in order to garner and gather pertinent information;Customer service skills, including the ability to diplomatically interact with difficult customers and de-escalate situations when necessary;Ability to apply knowledge and expertise in a deadline-driven/voluminous environment;Demonstrated ability to read, understand, interpret, apply, and explain laws, rules, policies, and procedures;Self-motivated, self-directed, reliable, and accountable;Ability to accept and apply constructive criticism, take ownership of mistakes, and improve from them;Sound judgment, including the ability to maintain highly confidential information when necessary;Ability to educate the general public and regulated professionals regarding the investigative process and enforcement actions of the agency;Professional demeanor;Strong proficiency in the use of PC software applications including Microsoft Office (Access, Word, Excel, etc.), and Google Suite (Doc’s, Sheets, Slides, etc).Conditions of Employment: Candidates who fail to meet the conditions of employment will be removed from consideration.The successful passing of a reference checks and/or, if required, a background check.A reference check may include but is not limited to: contacting previous and current supervisors to verify employment and discuss performance, a review of the personnel file, a review of the performance record, etc.The type of background check depends on the job duties of the position, and can include a review of any criminal record, credit report, and/or driving record.Applicants must possess and maintain a valid State of Colorado driver's license and the ability and willingness to travel independently. You must include your State of Colorado driver's license number on your application in order to be considered. Travel is required up to 10% of the time, including staying out over weekends when required.Effective September 20, 2021, employees will be required to attest to and verify whether or not they are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Employees who have not been fully vaccinated may be required to submit to serial testing in the future. Upon hire, new employees will have three (3) business days to provide attestation to their status with proof of vaccination. Vaccinated employees must provide proof of vaccination.Note: Fully Vaccinated means two (2) weeks after a second dose in a two-dose series of the COVID-19 vaccine, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or two (2) weeks after the single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine, as defined by the State of Colorado’s Public Health Order and guidance issued by the Colorado Department of PublicHealth & Environment.

Associate Program, Client Service (San Francisco - January 2023) at AlphaSights

1 week 1 day ago
Employer: AlphaSights Expires: 08/31/2022 About AlphaSights AlphaSights was born with a purpose: to unlock human knowledge and power progress. From our state-of-the-art offices in nine major world cities, we connect business leaders seeking knowledge with the experts who possess it. We’re one of the fastest-growing global companies, employing 1500+ colleagues from 60+ nationalities. What we doWe operate at the heart of the global knowledge economy, providing a suite of knowledge-on-demand services to investment funds, consultancies, Fortune 500 companies and nonprofits. Our clients use our services when evaluating critical investment and business decisions. We connect them with industry experts who possess specific knowledge that is otherwise unavailable to them. We’re a fast-paced, client-driven service organization. We respond to client inquiries within minutes and deliver within hours. When deadlines are tight, and when robust insight is make or break, our clients count on us. Client Service Associate RoleAs a client service associate, you’ll have a clear focus on client service and revenue generation. You’ll be the connection point between our clients and industry experts. After initial training at our New Joiner Academy and on the desk, you’ll start fielding incoming briefs from the clients assigned to you. You’ll spend a large portion of your time on the phone and email, identifying the best experts to suit your clients’ needs. Once you’ve found the right expert, you’ll connect them with our clients across various formats (e.g., interviews, in-person meetings, surveys, etc.). Your responsibilitiesUnderstand client needs and the available expert pool for the projectSource and engage experts using our internal database and external digital directoriesMatch client briefs with the most relevant experts and appropriate interaction formatsSchedule and manage all client-to-expert interactionsDeliver an excellent client experience through fast, accurate recommendations and proactive follow-ups with them Associate Program Our fast-paced, two-year program is a fantastic springboard for ambitious graduates who want to embark on an accelerated commercial career. After two years, associates are eligible for manager promotion, providing them with leadership responsibilities over 2-5 people early in their career. After a further three years, they are eligible for promotion to vice president, entrusted with running a multi-million-dollar book of business. Our alumni go on to top graduate programs and top-tier employers worldwide. RequirementsA bachelor’s degree, with strong academic credentials and noteworthy extracurricularsNo prior work experience is necessary, but relevant internships and other evidence of interest in business and a commercial career are desirableAlignment with our values: we look for driven, results-orientated, adaptable, humble and empathetic individualsMust be fluent in EnglishMust be authorized to work in the United States. Employer will not sponsor work visas but will consider candidates with STEM/OPT eligibility. Compensation and benefits Average total first year compensation: $84,892 consisting of (i) $70,000 base salary; and (ii) $14,892 median commission based on performance17 vacation days, 10 company holidays & business closure during winter holiday weekCoverage for up to 100% health insurance premiums401(k) match - 4% of your total compensation matched dollar-for-dollarOption to WFH Thursday and Friday Perks: Subsidized lunch, complimentary breakfast & snacks, corporate gym rates, iPhone and MacBook Pro for workAlphaSights is an equal opportunity employer. Read more about our commitment to DEI here.

Client Service Associate, Legal Solutions (Class of 2023 NYC) at Guidepoint

1 week 1 day ago
Employer: Guidepoint Expires: 08/30/2022 OVERVIEW: At Guidepoint, we’re the experts in finding expertise. Guidepoint connects clients with vetted subject matter experts—Advisors—from our global professional network. Our clients leverage the insights and perspectives shared by our Advisors to stay informed and make better business decisions. Our multinational client list includes nine of the top 10 global consulting firms, hundreds of hedge funds (including five of the largest firms), and many of the largest private equity firms and Fortune-ranked companies. Guidepoint’s fourteen offices on three continents provide 24/7, quick and agile service. For more information, visit www.guidepoint.com.Play a vital role in Guidepoint’s success.As an Associate on the Client Service team, you will understand your client’s unique business questions and identify the experts who can best provide the answers. You will find and recruit new experts into our network of over 1,250,000 Guidepoint Advisors, determining which ones are best suited to speak with the client. For many of our employees, the Associate role represents their first job post-college, and provides a unique opportunity to put core business skills into practice, as well as gain exposure to a wide range of industries and disciplines.Who We Are: Team-oriented and collaborativeHard-working professionals who strive for excellenceBuilt-in mentorship to help you drive and improve your project management and customer service skills, to deliver excellent results for clientsHands-on leadership to help you develop your career and provide opportunities for upward mobility within Guidepoint“Work hard, play hard” mentalityWhat YOU will own:Work with Project Managers to develop strategies for satisfying each client project requestUtilize LinkedIn, press releases, case studies, and the internet to identify the best experts for our clients to get their strategic or investment questions answeredIdentify the best leads and invite them to join our network to participate in consultations with our clientsScreen experts to determine their suitability for each specific client project and develop professional profiles to present to your clientsExperience YOU will bring:Bachelor’s degreePrevious internship/volunteering/extracurricularsWork authorization requiredSkills YOU will Bring:Desire to work in a sourcing/lead generation type of roleAbility to work in a fast-paced, results-oriented environmentExcellent time management and organizational skillsOutgoing personality with the ability to speak with people at all professional levelsIntellectual curiosity and desire to learnExcellent written and verbal communication skillsDemonstrated ability to work both individually and as part of a teamWhat We Offer:Starting compensation of $70,000 annually in addition to quarterly performance-based bonuses of up to $1,000 per quarter15 PTO Days, 10 legal holidays, and 7 sick daysComprehensive Medical, dental, and vision plans10% 401(k) match, life insurance, paid time-off and parental leave plansCommuter benefits and a corporate gym rateDevelopment opportunities through the LinkedIn Learning platformFriday happy hour, “Summer Fridays”, and free snacksCasual work environment, team building, and other social eventsHybrid work model: First week in-person and then 2/3 days a week in the officeABOUT GUIDEPOINT: Become part of a rapidly growing, global organization, with nearly 1,300 employees spread across 15 strategic offices in 12 countries. Guidepoint’s broad range of expert services empowers our clients to access new industries, get up to speed on trending topics, enable in-depth exploration of critical subjects, and offer validation of qualitative insights. For more information, visit www.guidepoint.com.Guidepoint is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.