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Policy Specialist at National Conference of State Legislatures

3 days 2 hours ago
Employer: National Conference of State Legislatures Expires: 02/09/2023 JOB TITLE:           Policy Specialist                     PROGRAM:           Employment, Labor & Retirement    LOCATION:         Denver - HybridSALARY:           $65,710 annuallySTATUS:                  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. NCSL has a flexible remote work policy. Building and maintaining our organizational culture is critical and we do so by bringing staff together, in person, for four days each month. The remote work policy provides the freedom to work from anywhere with the requirement that staff come to the NCSL office once a month for team meetings and professional development. ABOUT THE ROLE:NCSL’s Employment, Labor & Retirement (ELR) Program seeks a policy specialist to cover topics around employment, pension and/or retirement. The ELR Program is a group of motivated, nonpartisan, fun and flexible individuals dedicated to tracking state policy developments, supporting state legislators and staff, and building expertise on complex, evolving topics.The ideal candidate has experience in policy analysis, is familiar with state legislative operations, and has some knowledge of employment, labor, and retirement issues. Successful candidates possess skills and experience with legislative processes and government structures, including the ability to analyze legislation and spot legislative trends. The ideal candidate demonstrates excellent organizational, communication, and analytical skills and brings initiative, passion, and an ethic of service to the work.This position will report to a project manager in the ELR program, and work with several other policy staff on collaborative projects.WHAT YOU’LL DO:Collects and analyzes legislative data; interprets and identifies legislative implications and trends; develops comparative 50-state legislative data sets. Develops subject matter expertise on a variety of issues related to public and private sector retirement, employment and labor, among other topics, and assists legislators and legislative staff with their research and information needs. Conducts research on federal, state, and local actions that impact the work of legislatures, such as executive and administrative actions, relevant case law or judicial interpretations, and intergovernmental actions. Translates detailed and complex information in the most effective format using a variety of methods, e.g., verbal presentations, publications, technical assistance workshops, webpages, podcasts, webinars, meetings, memos, newsletters, articles, and others.Plans technical assistance programs, small-sized meetings, and educational sessions at larger meetings and assists with overall planning for larger meetings with supervisor oversight. May contribute to planning tasks, such as speaker identification, agenda development, and on-site support. Creates substantive, engaging, and interactive presentations for legislators, legislative staff, and others on state or federal topics within a specific portfolio with the ability to respond to questions. Prepares concise, accurate, and nonpartisan written products for a variety of purposes and audiences including communications with members (emails, memos), reports, webpages, articles, blogs, and others as needed. Participates in peer review editing of colleagues’ work as needed. May assist with coordination, management, and facilitation of a standing committee, task force, professional staff association, or subcommittee and maintains effective relations with key legislators and legislative staff involved as needed. May assist with the development of new projects in assigned subject areas, including assisting with concept papers, proposals, and grant applications. May assist with funder relations and completes high-quality, timely assigned project deliverables, under the direction of supervisor. Travels domestically for meetings, technical assistance, and other project activities as needed.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.QualificationsBachelor's degree plus four years of work experience with state legislatures, government, public policy or another relevant field.Knowledge relevant to labor, employment, retirement and pensions, or related fields.   Proficient writing and presentation skills and the ability to clearly and credibly communicate information to a variety of audiences. Aptitude for working both collaboratively and independently. Proven ability to build and maintain relationships with legislators, legislative staff, national experts, funders and others, under the guidance or mentorship of supervisor(s). Ability to work in a politically neutral manner and maintain confidentiality when required. Strong research and analysis skills, including accessing and assessing a variety of resources and research; synthesizing data and legislation; and analyzing and summarizing policy options and legislative activities. Strong organizational skills, including the ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines under the guidance of supervisor(s). Ability to work under deadline pressure and adapt to changes in workload. Proficient knowledge of state legislative and political processes and the separation of power between the branches of government. Ability to travel by air up to 6 times per year, with most trips being 1-3 nights, as well as work extended hours, possibly evenings and weekends, usually associated with events/travel.YOUR BENEFITS AT A GLANCE: NCSL has a flexible remote work policy. Building and maintaining our organizational culture is critical and we do so by bringing staff together, in person, for four days each month. The remote work policy provides the freedom to work from anywhere with the requirement that staff come to the NCSL office once a month for team meetings and professional development. We are committed to offering a full range of other benefits for you and your eligible family members, including domestic partners.Your total compensation goes beyond the number on your paycheck. 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, February 9th, 2023.  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.

Program Consultant I Mentoring Coordinator at Lansing Correctional Facility

3 days 3 hours ago
Employer: Lansing Correctional Facility Expires: 02/09/2023 About the Position: PC I - Mentoring Coordinator, Req.# 207574 This position will be located at our Lansing Correctional Facility, in Leavenworth County.Who can apply: Applicants who meet the minimum requirementsClassified/Unclassified Service: Unclassified ServiceFull-Time/Part-Time: Full-TimeRegular/Temporary: RegularWork Schedule: 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday*Eligible to Receive Benefits: Yes*Some nights/weekendsCompensation: $41,870.40 to $47,257.60/Annual ($20.13 to $22.72/Hr.)** Salary can vary depending upon education, experience, or qualifications. Thought this position is unclassified, pay is equivalent to classified Pay Grade 24, Steps 10-15.Position Summary & ResponsibilitiesPosition Summary:  This position provides services through the Mentoring4Success program at Lansing Correctional Facility (LCF). Job Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:  Mentors: Recruit, screen, match, train, monitor, guide and support mentors. This includes making information about M4S available; processing applications; and monitoring and guiding matches for safety and effectiveness. Ensure that mentors are focusing on risk reduction support including: transportation; community identification; pro social leisure time activities; housing; employment; family dynamics. Help develop and deliver training, both basic and annual, for mentors. Also ensure mentors receive support, information, responses to questions, all as needed. Also ensure snap shots are completed, entered, and necessary follow up occurs based on content of snap shot. Ensure mentors are informed about safety and security, and have the appropriate information and response as needed when issues arise with mentees.KDOC staff: Work with KDOC staff (including unit team, parole, reentry, as applicable to work station/area) to ensure referrals are appropriate; to ensure matches are supported; to ensure mentor work is consistent with supervision and case management. Trouble shoot when issues arise; serve as a resource to staff on how to support the mentor matches. Build capacity of staff to work with mentors as part of case management.Targeted recruitment: As directed, engage in recruitment activities in the area you are assigned, ensuring that recruitment focuses on the risk reduction work needed to be done by mentors. When recruiting inform potential mentors of the areas of work mentoring focuses on (transportation, community identification, housing, employment, pro social leisure time activities, family dynamics) to ensure mentors are recruited for this work.Data & Reporting: Track and provide data, statistics and reports as requested.Other Duties: Other duties as assigned.​​​​​​​Learn more about the Lansing Correctional Facility by clicking hereLike Lansing Correctional Facility on Facebook.Facebook Video; "Opportunities for Everyone"Facebook Video; "Don't look for a job, look for a Career"​​​​​​​Follow KDOC on Social MediaFacebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube#PATHWAY4SUCCESSQualificationsMinimum Qualifications:  Six months of experience in planning, implementing and monitoring activities relevant to the agency’s programs. Education may substitute for experience as determined relevant by the agency.Preferred Qualifications:  A bachelor’s degree with a degree or major coursework in criminal justice, social services, behavioral science or human services.One (1) year experience working with volunteers.Experience working with offenders or other at-risk population.Experience working with volunteers in a mentoring program, including recruiting, training, selecting, monitoring and supervising community volunteers/mentors.Experience as a trainer/presenter.Demonstrates good communication skills, orally and in writing.Post-Offer, Pre-employment Requirements:  Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license. Must pass a criminal history check. 

Enforcement Advisor (Hybrid) at Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

3 days 4 hours ago
Employer: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Expires: 02/08/2023 The Compliance and Enforcement Program of the Air Pollution Control Division conducts an array of compliance evaluations, reviews of reports, compliance assistance, oversight of local agency contracts, and conducts enforcement actions as appropriate for stationary sources in Colorado. These responsibilities are divided into two functional units: the Compliance Monitoring Unit and the Enforcement Unit. The Enforcement Unit implements the Division's enforcement program by reviewing noncompliance determinations referred for enforcement , initiating enforcement actions and negotiating/resolving such actions with regulated entities. Moreover, the unit is also responsible for evaluating submissions made to the Division under the Colorado Environmental Audit Privilege and Immunity Law.The unit is currently seeking a developing professional with solid analytical and communication skills, a willingness to collaborate with others and, the ability to perform work responsibilities in a hybrid environment (remote and occasional onsite visits as appropriate). Ready to put your skills to the test? Well, an opportunity as an Environmental Protection Specialist Intern may be the right role for you!This position performs duties under the direction of the supervisor that may include but are not limited to:researching, drafting enforcement documents, and maintaining evidence and other information related to enforcement actions;participating in negotiation and settlement of enforcement actions, and ensuring and facilitating the timely resolution of enforcement actions;reviewing and evaluating requests for penalty immunity received pursuant to the Colorado Environmental Audit Privilege and Immunity Law.evaluating assigned self disclosures submitted under Colorado’s environmental audit law. coordinates with technical staff, including permit engineers and field inspectors in evaluating scientific data submitted by sources;making immunity and enforcement recommendations to the supervisor and management.tracking the status of each assigned enforcement action and coordinating with the supervisor, other Enforcement Advisors, and other Division staff;developing and maintaining appropriate tracking tools to analyze data and prepare summaries for management and ;notifying the supervisor when backlogs or other productivity issues arise to ensure enforcement actions are initiated and resolved in a timely manner such that statute of limitations concerns are addressed.

Dev10 Entry Level Software Developer - NY at Dev10 (by Genesis10)

3 days 6 hours ago
Employer: Dev10 (by Genesis10) - Dev10 Expires: 02/10/2023 Dev10 was created to provide an opportunity for those who want to break into the technology industry as a Software Developer but lack the skills or experience to get there on their own. We believe in the unlimited potential of people, and most importantly, the unlimited potential in YOU! -       Did you realize too late in your degree program that you wished you had pursued technology?-       Do you wish you could pivot into tech from your current job or career path?-       Did a friend or family member suggest tech might be a field for you but are unsure where to start or how you would break into it? Here at Dev10, we are focused on your POTENTIAL, PASSION, and DESIRE TO LEARN – regardless of your background or experience. Now hiring for our Software Developer role in New York, NY starting on Monday, April 3, 2023. The last day to apply is 12pmCT on Friday, February 10, 2023.  What We Look For ·       Logic & reasoning skills ·       Communication skills·       Teamwork & collaboration skills ·       Passion for learning & interest in learning technology skills ·       Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline ·       Unlimited Work Authorization in the United States  What We Offer ·       3 months to focus on building the technical skills needed from the ground up (paid at $600/ wk)·       Guidance from Senior Engineers who are passionate about sharing their expertise in an immersive training environment·       2 years of project experience with clients in the specific Dev10 location you were hired for (starting salary of $60k)·       Dev10 Mentor to help you navigate the corporate culture and support your success ·       Benefits include health, vision, dental, 401k, paid time off  Interested in learning more about whether a career in technology could be a good fit for you? The first step in our application process is attending an information session where a Dev10 Recruiter will explain who we are, what we do, and how we can help you start your tech career. Let’s explore this career path together! For more information on Dev10, check out our website at http://www.dev-10.com/.  About Dev10 by Genesis10: Dev10, a division of Genesis10, takes college graduates with the passion and aptitude to be entry-level software developers or data engineers and provides hands-on training and client project experience all within a full-time paid position. No prior coding experience is required. Dev10 Consultants work on exciting projects for Fortune 500 companies. To learn more about our roles within Dev10, please visit us at http://www.dev-10.com/.

Dev10 Entry Level Software Developer - MN at Dev10 (by Genesis10)

3 days 6 hours ago
Employer: Dev10 (by Genesis10) - Dev10 Expires: 02/10/2023 Dev10 was created to provide an opportunity for those who want to break into the technology industry as a Software Developer but lack the skills or experience to get there on their own. We believe in the unlimited potential of people, and most importantly, the unlimited potential in YOU! -       Did you realize too late in your degree program that you wished you had pursued technology?-       Do you wish you could pivot into tech from your current job or career path?-       Did a friend or family member suggest tech might be a field for you but are unsure where to start or how you would break into it? Here at Dev10, we are focused on your POTENTIAL, PASSION, and DESIRE TO LEARN – regardless of your background or experience. Now hiring college graduates for our Software Developer role in the Twin Cities, MN starting on Monday, April 3, 2023. The last day to apply is 12pmCT on Friday, February 10, 2023.  What We Look For ·       Logic & reasoning skills ·       Communication skills·       Teamwork & collaboration skills ·       Passion for learning & interest in learning technology skills ·       Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline ·       Unlimited Work Authorization in the United States  What We Offer ·       3 months to focus on building the technical skills needed from the ground up (paid at $600/wk)·       Guidance from Senior Engineers who are passionate about sharing their expertise in an immersive training environment·       2 years of project experience with clients in the specific Dev10 location you were hired for (starting salary of $50k)·       Dev10 Mentor to help you navigate the corporate culture and support your success ·       Benefits include health, vision, dental, 401k, paid time off  Interested in learning more about whether a career in technology could be a good fit for you? The first step in our application process is attending an information session where a Dev10 Recruiter will explain who we are, what we do, and how we can help you start your tech career. Let’s explore this career path together! For more information on Dev10, check out our website at http://www.dev-10.com/.  About Dev10 by Genesis10: Dev10, a division of Genesis10, takes college graduates with the passion and aptitude to be entry-level software developers or data engineers and provides hands-on training and client project experience all within a full-time paid position. No prior coding experience is required. Dev10 Consultants work on exciting projects for Fortune 500 companies. To learn more about our roles within Dev10, please visit us at http://www.dev-10.com/.

Junior Program Assistant -OHA/PPIR at U.S. Agency for International Development

3 days 6 hours ago
Employer: U.S. Agency for International Development Expires: 02/03/2023 Credence Management Solutions employs hard-working, passionate individuals who bring innovation, accountability, and a growth mindset to the many missions we support across the US Federal Government. Employee empowerment is part of the fabric of our corporate culture through which we emphasize opportunity, recognition, reward, and retention. At Credence, we follow the principles of servant leadership and believe that serving and supporting others is critical to both our individual and collective achievements. We have only one measure of success. Yours. We are hiring for positions under the Global Health Training, Advisory, Support Contract (GHTASC) in support of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Bureau for Global Health (GH). These roles deliver institutional support services in a wide range of technical areas at the junior, mid-, senior, and expert levels. We are a diverse, enthusiastic family of subject matter experts, business professionals, and practitioners who all share a common goal of providing excellent services to our government customers. If you want to work in a dynamic and fast-growing environment with highly motivated colleagues, then Credence is the right place for you! Credence Management Solutions is seeking a Junior Program Assistant. See below for more information on this exciting opportunity and apply to join Credence today!ResponsibilitiesThe Junior Program Assistant (Jr PA) will primarily support the USAID Global Health Bureau’s Office of HIV/AIDS, the Youth Branch as a Credence Institutional Support Contractor (ISC). The Bureau for Global Health at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) supports field health programs, advances research and innovation in selected areas relevant to overall agency health objectives and transfers new technologies to the field through its own staff’s work, coordination with other donors, and a portfolio of grants. The Bureau is USAID’s center of excellence and focal point in providing worldwide leadership and technical expertise in the areas of child and maternal health and nutrition, HIV/AIDS, infectious disease, population, family planning and related reproductive health, and health systems. As such, the Bureau aligns resources with identified public health and development needs, and influences the global health priorities of the U.S. private sector, U.S.-based foundations, other donor organizations, host country governments, and host country civil society organizations. It also serves as the primary source of technical expertise and intellectual capital to the Agency and other U.S. foreign affairs agencies. The Bureau is the Agency repository for state-of-the-art thinking in biomedical, social science, and operations research and works to produce technical advances and innovations that can be disseminated and replicated at USAID Missions throughout the world. Within the Global Health Bureau’s Office of HIV/AIDS, the Youth Branch (GH/OHA/PPIR/YTH) provides technical leadership on policies and programs relating to adolescent girls and young women (primarily ages 10-24) at risk of, vulnerable to, and infected or affected by HIV/AIDS, adolescent boys and young men, and youth living with HIV/AIDS. The Branch builds capacity at headquarters and Missions to provide evidence-based, culturally- and age-appropriate programs to support the full continuum of prevention, care, and treatment responses for youth. In particular, this position will directly support the Determined Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-Free, Mentored, and Safe Women (DREAMS) program, an ambitious partnership to reduce HIV infections among adolescent girls and young women in 15 sub-Saharan African countries and Haiti. In this role, the selected candidate will provide support to technical or managerial staff, performing routine administrative and analytical duties. These duties range from tasks such as scheduling briefings and meetings and maintaining program files to more complex analytical tasks such as collecting, compiling and analyzing data for various program documents and designing and maintaining spreadsheets in support of financial tracking systems. The Jr PA works closely with the assigned team and provides input on related technical issues. The Jr PA also works with other members of the team (and potentially across other parts of the Office or the Bureau) to assist in areas within the purview of the assigned Division and/or Branch; assignments may include country backstopping, overall administrative support and other duties as assigned. The Jr PA ranks tasks in order of importance and impending deadlines and handles several tasks simultaneously. The individual is expected to become familiar with technical issues and policies pertaining to the public health focus area(s) of their assigned Office, Division, and/or Branch and must develop a working knowledge of applicable USAID policies and guidelines, as well as corporate practices and procedures. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Junior Program Assistant (Jr PA) time will be split between administrative tasks (approximately 70%) and programmatic or technical tasks (approximately 30%). Specific duties may include:Research, identify, analyze, and update program and technical information;Maintain up to date tracking sheets and program/project files related to DREAMS and the Youth Branch activities;Assist in development and preparation of program documents, to include authorization documents, action memos, and PowerPoint presentations; and ensure professional formatting and editing;Support Division- and/or Branch- related communications internally and to the field;Support development of technical updates and other technical/policy communication to the field including documents, presentations tools, report templates, trackers, and best practice documents, as needed.Within assigned office/division, schedule and track technical meetings and special events;Plan and coordinate logistical support for conferences and events; andAssist technical staff in supporting field as necessary; travel to USAID missions as necessary; Illustrative examples of possible tasks include: Program Management and Financial MonitoringAssist with management, and maintenance of the program and project files;Support the preparation of various program documents and correspondence such as project authorization documents, action memos, and waivers, ensuring that all documentation is complete and in compliance with USAID rules, regulations, and standards; andCoordinate communications and meetings among technical teams, Mission colleagues, and with partners, including note taking, tracking of action items, and follow-up. Quantitative Data & AnalyticsAssist with routine and ad hoc data collection exercises and analysis of data as needed, with tight turnaround times; andSupports the development of team presentations using the Microsoft Office suite, Google sheets, Panorama and/or other statistical software. Communications/ Knowledge ManagementSupport Division- and/or Branch-related communications to the field, including development and distribution of technical updates and other technical policy communications, documents, presentation tools, report templates, trackers, and best practice documents;Schedule and manage relevant webinars with the Field to disseminate updates;Manage division and/or branch documents within Google drive, internal website, and listservs; andFollow up with applicable POC to ensure completion of requests. AdministrativeParticipate in administrative functions of the office to include coordination of special and recurring projects and reports;Schedule team meetings and events;Support team with general logistics/support; maintain team calendar, meeting setup and logistics;Provide administrative support for hiring actions, onboarding of new staff, as needed;Provide timely administrative support to identify, update, edit, and proof information for Agency/Front Office taskers, memos, and press releases including drafting clear and succinct written summaries; andDocument minutes/notes of regular division and/or branch meetings, or other partner meetings, as required.QualificationsBachelor's degree in a related field and a minimum of 1 years of relevant experience, Associate degree in related filed and 3 years relevant experience OR High School graduate and 5 years of relevant experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.Strong organizational and problem solving/analysis skillsExperience in project administration and management procedures preferredSome knowledge of USAID rules, regulations and capacity building concepts is a plusStrong oral, written communication and comprehension, and listening skills including note taking, proofing, and editingAbility to handle multi-tasking and short deadlines wellExcellent interpersonal skillsAbility to effectively present information and respond to questions from team members, managers, and othersStrong quantitative and analysis skillsHighly skilled in Microsoft suite of programs (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and/or Google SuiteAbility to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram formInternational or domestic travel, ranging from 5-15%.US citizenships or US permanent residency with the ability to obtain and maintain Facility Access clearance required. Competencies/Performance CriterionInnovation: Employee takes initiative to propose new ideas/approaches, and demonstrates ability to find new and better ways to accomplish work.Customer Service: Handles customer questions and complaints, communicates with customers, handles service problems politely and efficiently, always available for customers, follows procedure to solve customer problems, understands company products and services, maintains pleasant and professional image.Accountability: Takes ownership of work responsibilities and holds high standards. Keeps commitments and takes appropriate actions to ensure obligations are met. Pursues efficiency and effectiveness and adheres to Organization policies and procedures.Interpersonal Skills: Employee demonstrates ability to work in cooperation with others and communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisors, subordinates, clients and other outside contacts.Continual Learning: Assesses and recognizes own strengths and weaknesses; pursues professional development that is aligned with organizational role, contribution, and goals. Proactively shares knowledge with others to foster learning across the Organization.Prior to submitting your application your resume must include relevant paid and non-paid experience showing dates held with month, year and hours worked per week for each position. Please ensure that all relevant experience and education is documented on your resume. There is no limitation to resume length; updates to resumes will not be accepted during the interview and selection process. Full salary range for this position is: $45,500 to $80,860 per year with the starting salary determined based on candidate’s knowledge, skills, experience, and education, in addition to budget availability.

Public Health Advisor at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

3 days 9 hours ago
Employer: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Expires: 02/04/2023 SummaryAs a global leader in public health & health promotion, CDC is the agency Americans trust with their lives.In addition to our everyday work, we offer employees the opportunity to contribute their unique skills through temporary assignments on Emergency Operations Center Response Teams countering new & emerging health, safety, & security threats.Join our team to use your talent, training, & passion to help CDC continue as the world's premier public health organization. Visit www.cdc.govThis job is open to:Recent graduatesIndividuals who have graduated from an accredited educational institute or certificate program within the last 2 years or 6 years for Veterans.Clarification from the agencyThis position is open to college graduates who have have completed a bachelors or advanced degree within the past two years.Duties:The CDC Public Health Associates Program (PHAP) for Recent Graduates is a CDC workforce development program that provides opportunities for promising, future public health professionals to gain broad experience in day-to-day operation of public health programs. The goal of PHAP is to attract exceptional candidates, with a minimum of bachelor's degree into careers in Public Health.The exact location of each position will be determined by PHAP upon selection.As a Public Health Advisor you will:Serve as a trainee receiving formal and on the job training designed to familiarize you with the functions and operations of basic public health concepts, principles, and techniques.Work with selected public health projects or portions of a larger public health project that is typically of limited complexity.Perform duties related to the development, extension, and improvement of health care systems.Interview individuals to obtain information.Disseminate materials and information.

Booz Allen Hamilton- 2023 Summer Games Internship at Booz Allen Hamilton

4 days 3 hours ago
Employer: Booz Allen Hamilton Expires: 02/01/2023 The Challenge:The Summer Games is an innovative internship program that attracts some of the nation’s best and brightest students. The goal is to develop a breakthrough idea or solution for one of our client's most pressing, complex, and multidimensional problems while developing valuable consulting skills. This competitive and collaborative program attracts thousands of applicants each year. Simulating a real-world startup accelerator environment, the interns are divided into teams, each working on a different challenge project. Throughout the Games, interns receive mentorship from senior leaders, solve problems using Booz Allen’s products and unique engagement models, and leverage the power of collaboration in a virtual environment.The summer culminates with a final Challenge Cup competition and presentation to senior leadership. A past winner took the challenge of helping blind individuals navigate by using new technology and developing a business and market penetration plan. Teams have also helped to develop an app that gives military commanders an easy way to track real-time and open-source information about developing situations, including sudden attacks, fighting human trafficking, and even tracking the spread of a disease worldwide. This position is a hybrid role with a combination of working at a Booz Allen office or client site in various U.S. locations and working remotely.*Please submit an application on both Handshake and the Booz Allen Career Site via the following link: University- 2023 Summer Games Intern - - 65962 (boozallen.com).You Have:Experience with conducting researchAbility to work independently and in teamsAbility to work remotelyAbility to obtain a security clearanceScheduled to obtain a Bachelor's degree between Winter 2023 through Spring/Summer 2026Nice If You Have:Ability to produce technical documentation and create design artifactsPossession of excellent critical thinking and analytical skillsPossession of excellent verbal and written communication skillsScheduled to obtain a Bachelor's degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM)-related fieldClearance:Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.About Booz Allen:At Booz Allen, we’re empowering people to change the world—starting with you. On our team, you’ll enhance the security, economic well-being, health, and safety of people at home and around the globe. We’re setting (and raising) the bar in analytics, consulting, Cyber, digital solutions, and engineering & science. We do it by finding the brightest minds and giving them a place to collaborate, take risks, and get even brighter.Our focus on people isn’t corporate jargon: it’s essential to our success. It’s the reason Fortune, Forbes, Corporate Equality Index, and other organizations have consistently rated us a best place to work. And it’s how we’re going to leave the world better than we found it. Because products alone can’t create progress—but people can. And our people do.We’re an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer that empowers our people to fearlessly drive change – no matter their race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, lactation, or related medical conditions), national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, veteran status, military or uniformed service member status, genetic information, or any other status protected by applicable federal, state, local, or international law.

Administrative Assistant II - Franklin County Fiscal Department at Franklin County PA

5 days 10 hours ago
Employer: Franklin County PA Expires: 02/09/2023 FRANKLIN COUNTY FISCAL DEPARTMENT  Has an opening for:Administrative Assistant IIFull Time $17.23  Are you a motivated, positive, service-driven individual? If so, we need to talk. We are looking for someone to perform specialized administrative and other office work timely to ensure efficient operations in our Fiscal Department. We want a self-starter who wants to make a difference and give back to their community. If that is you, contact us today! About UsFranklin County is a great place to live and work! Nestled between the Blue Ridge and Tuscarora mountains in South Central Pennsylvania but not far from DC, Baltimore and the beaches of the mid-Atlantic, Franklin County is one of the fastest growing counties in the Commonwealth. We want the best people working to serve the 155,000+ residents that call this beautiful area “home.”  RequirementsPreferably an associate degree in business or social services, plus some clerical and computer training required.  Two (2) years working experience, preferably in a government or legal administrative environment. Or, any acceptable combination of experience and/or training.Applications may be obtained at: FRANKLIN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES, 272 North Second Street, Chambersburg, PA 17201, or at www.franklincountypa.gov. Applications must be returned to the Human Resources Department by 4:30 p.m. on 02/09/2023. EOE

Insurance Operations Attorney at WCF Insurance

6 days 19 hours ago
Employer: WCF Insurance Expires: 02/07/2023 PositionThe WCF legal department has an immediate opening for someone who can demonstrate the WCF values to join their team as the Insurance Operations Attorney. This is a full-time, exempt position based in WCF's Sandy, Utah headquarters. This posting is open to both internal and external candidates.Responsibilities•Work with Assistant General Counsel and other members of the Legal department to ensure compliance with stator and regulatory requirements.•Develop a thorough understanding of the company's business, strategy, policies, and culture to provide a broad range of legal analysis, services, support, and counsel to the company's business units.•Work directly with IT, Underwriting, Sales, Finance, HR, and other departments to provide legal counseling and guidance for strategic business goals and objectives.•Collaborate effectively with counterparts in other business units and members of the legal team to provide guidance and direction regarding contract interpretation, obligations, risk exposure, dispute resolution, operational implementation, and other legal matters.•Work with Compliance to prepare and file reports with various insurance departments.•Maintain contract management storage systems.•Consult with and manage outside counsel as needed.QualificationsThe most qualified applicants will have:•Juris Doctor degree from an ABA-accredited law school•Active membership in the Utah State Bar Association.•At least four years of insurance or regulatory experience.•Preference for a candidate with strong experience negotiating vendor, data privacy, and other contracts.•Experience with client negotiations with a focus on moving contracts to finalization.•Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders to resolve difficult contract negotiations.•Exceptional organizational, analytical, and interpersonal communication skills.•Ability to provide balanced risk assessments and solutions to complex problems.•Strong legal research and writing ability.•Excellent problem-solving skills.An internal candidate should have six months in their current position. Candidates should have acceptable job performance and a good attendance record in their current position and must notify their current supervisor that they've applied for the position.WCF INSURANCE DE&I MISSIONPromote and embrace a diverse, inclusive, equitable, and safe workplace.WCF INSURANCE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERWCF Insurance provides equal employment opportunity to all qualified applicants and employees regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, disability that can be reasonably accommodated, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law.For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.https://www.applicantpro.com/j/2740604-432191

Bilingual Social Case Worker- Denver Human Services at City and County of Denver

1 week ago
Employer: City and County of Denver - Denver Human Services Expires: 01/29/2023 In order to be considered for this position, please apply on our company site at the follow link:Apply here!This posting will accept applications until January 29th, 2023. Please apply as soon as possible.Note: In order to be successful in this role, it is imperative that you are able to speak and write in Spanish.About Denver Human ServicesAt Denver Human Services (DHS), we are creating an extraordinary human services organization that is equipped to carry out our vision of a healthy community where every person is connected, supported, safe, and well. Currently, DHS serves one in three Denverites, about a quarter million people, in the moments that matter most. We are driven every day to serve our community with integrity, kindness, and respect, and to seek out new ideas and opportunities so that over time we can prevent more people from needing our services in the first place. Our 1,100+ member workforce is our most important resource, and we embrace a values-driven culture focused on creating the conditions for our staff and partners to be bold in our thinking and achieve big results for our community.Diversity in the CityThe City and County of Denver is committed to cultivating a culture of equity, diversity, and inclusion. This commitment is woven into our values and belief that we are strongest when we embrace and celebrate our differences. We aim to have employees who are as diverse as our residents, with different perspectives and unique ways of thinking. If you share these values and our enthusiasm for equity, we encourage you to apply to join our team.About Protection & PreventionDenver Human Services works to protect Denver's children, youth, adults, and elders by providing services and advocacy while promoting family stability, respecting diversity, and working to create and strengthen connections to community resources. We work to prevent abuse by providing education, resources, and support to parents, families, and community organizations. Denver Human Services is seeking committed, passionate Social Case Workers to serve our Child Welfare Services clients. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of either intake and ongoing child protection work and will be open to performing duties in both disciplines.Denver Human Services is seeking a committed, passionate Bilingual Social Case Worker for the Intake section of Child Welfare Services. The Intake section primarily is responsible for investigating new allegations of abuse/neglect of children ages 0-18 in a fast-paced and demanding environment.  You will also be expected to contact families and conduct interviews on behalf of the child, as well as maintain professional contacts with community leaders and regularly communicate with law enforcement representatives.Generally, the Social Case Worker:Performs case management activities involving complex problems/cases, assesses individual and family needs, develops appropriate service and/or treatment plan, and provides counseling, referral, and placement servicesEvaluates client's needs, interest, motivation, and pattern of responsibility, reviews case records for client and family profiles, socio-economic history, previous treatment and services experience, and/or special problems and needs, and reviews and discusses case, problems, prognosis, behavior patterns, and needed services with a supervisor or other senior level staffDevelops and implements established, maintains, and supports treatment plan that provides a variety of social services and referrals to meet social, behavioral, medical, and/or psychological needs, recommends and refers clients to appropriate support agencies and programs, and provides continuous counseling and crisis intervention to achieve objectivesRepresents the department in accordance with Volume 7 and city rules and regulationsPrepares case records, reports, and documents and compiles with state and federal standards in providing case notes, treatment plans, and evaluationsTestifies in court as needed by providing expert testimony and preparing comprehensive reports that allow the court to make finding and recommendations that affect court-ordered treatment plansPerforms other related duties as assignedAbout YouOur ideal candidate will have/be:Strong self-starter and organizational skillsSuperior critical thinking and time management skillsSolid interpersonal and communication skillsThe ability to represent the organization in several different settingsA positive, professional, and proactive attitudeFluency in Spanish and is comfortable communicating in Spanish with families, treatment providers, and team membersWe realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications:Education: Requirements as set forth in Colorado Department of Human Services Volume 7 and/or Volume 30 regulationsExperience: Professional, internship, or volunteer work experience in a human services related agency, as required by Colorado Department of Human Services Volume 7 and/or Volume 30 regulationsEducation & Experience Equivalency: No substitution of experience for education is permitted. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for experience requirementsLicensure & Certification: Requires a valid Driver’s License at the time of applicationNOTE: Please attach your official or unofficial transcripts of your completed undergraduate and/or graduate degree and list of professional references to your application in the required attachment section. On your resume, be sure to include all dates of employment periods, as that is considered when determining offer amount.About Everything ElseJob ProfileCA2686 Social Case WorkerTo view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here.Position TypeUnlimited Position Salary Range$54,699.00 - $90,253.00Starting PayAlthough our full pay range is included above, the budgeted hiring range for this position is $55,200- $70,000 based on education and experience.AgencyDenver Human ServicesAssessment RequirementThe City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.

Internship Opportunity - Innovative Mobility Intern at Colorado Department of Transportation

1 week ago
Employer: Colorado Department of Transportation Expires: 02/06/2023 This is a paid temporary position limited to a maximum of 9 months from the date of hire.  Applications will be reviewed as they are received and this announcement will be closed when the position is filled. It is in your best interest to apply early. This position is not covered by the Partnership Agreement between the State of Colorado and Colorado Workers for Innovative and New Solutions (COWins).Applications will be considered from residents and non-residents of Colorado.About CDOT Do you want to make a difference in Coloradans’ lives? Do you have a passion for helping people and keeping them safe? At the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), you’ll have the opportunity to do just that. The work our people do contributes to keeping Coloradans and visitors safe and provides freedom, connection, and experience through travel. Please visit our careers page to learn about CDOT and how we are making Colorado a great place to live, work and play, now and for the future!CDOT for AllCDOT’s strength is our people, and our commitment to our people is to shape, support, and sustain the employee experience, and ultimately, create a supportive workplace where everyone, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, education, disability, socio-economic status, or any other identity, has the opportunity to thrive. In addition to a fantastic place to work, CDOT offers all temporary employees paid sick leave. Temporary employees accrue one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours worked, capped at forty-eight 48 hours.#LI-POSTDescription of JobThis internship is in the Office of Innovative Mobility, which includes the Division of Transit and Rail and other functions to expand mobility options, including through ridesharing, electrification, and emerging technologies. The intern selected for this position will be working directly with the Assistant Directors of Mobility Services, Mobility Technology, and Electrification and Energy. We promote a culture of customer-focused continuous improvement, as reflected in CDOT's Core Values, including the value of Excellence: We are leaders and problem solvers, continuously improving our products and services in support of our commitment to provide the best transportation systems for Colorado. Effective improvement occurs on a project-by-project basis, and we invite you to apply to become an intern, helping us use behavioral insights, project and change management, and communication strategies to increase mobility options for Coloradans.What’ll You’ll be DoingThe purpose of this part-time/full-time temporary internship is to provide meaningful professional experience in the transportation field to collegiate or graduate students (or graduates within 3 years of graduation, or Colorado Refugee Services Program participants) with proven academic performance and a strong desire to learn and contribute. Manage stakeholder engagement including note taking, data collection, and project coordination for various emerging mobility projects such as the Front Range Passenger Rail and the Transit Emissions Dashboard. Support the management of new and ongoing grant programs including the Office of Innovative Mobility grants, National EV Infrastructure (NEVI) program grants, Charge Ahead Colorado grants, Can Do Community grants, Division of Transit & Rail call for projects, and more.Conduct research and analysis on traditional and emerging technologies, electrification, Transportation Demand Management (TDM), and multimodal strategies. Support the development and implementation of new and existing state plans, including the 2023 Colorado Electric Vehicle (EV) Plan, Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Roadmap, and others.Work with diverse stakeholders across multiple state and local agencies, as well as the private and nonprofit sector, to develop and implement strategies around e-mobility education and awareness, zero-emission vehicle workforce development, internal change management, and more.Grant writing and reporting as needed. Occasional travel within the Denver metro region and to other areas throughout the state. Other duties as assigned. Work Environment:  This position is based at CDOT's Statewide Headquarters Complex located at 2829 W. Howard Place, Denver, CO 80204. However, it will primarily be a "Work From Anywhere" position.Expected work schedule is between Monday through Friday.It is anticipated that this role will work approximately 24 to 40 hours per week.Ability to work in an active, collaborative, team-oriented environment, often using virtual means in a "Work from Anywhere" environment, is a must.Use of a computer to accomplish everyday work dutiesMinimum Qualifications, Substitutions, Conditions of Employment & Appeal RightsMinimum QualificationsQualified candidates must be either:Any college student enrolled in an accredited community college, college or university seeking an Associates, Bachelors, Masters or Ph.D. degree. ORA recent college graduate. Recently graduated means the individual should have attended an accredited college or university and have graduated with an Associates, Bachelors, Masters or Ph.D. degree within three calendar years.OR A certified participant in the Colorado Refugee Services Program.Please Note: The required experience must be substantiated within the work experience section of your application. “See Resume” statements on the application or resumes in lieu of a complete application may not be accepted. Additional information submitted after the closing date of this announcement will not be considered in the review of your application. In addition, part-time work will be prorated.College Transcripts: If you are using education to qualify, a legible copy of your official or unofficial college transcript(s) or a foreign credential evaluation report must be submitted with your application. Transcripts must show the name of the school and that a degree was conferred. Transcripts from colleges or universities outside of the United States must be assessed for U.S. equivalency by a NACES educational credential evaluation service. Failure to provide a transcript or foreign credential evaluation report may result in your application being rejected and you will not be able to continue in the selection process for this position. Conditions of Employment Must pass a pre-employment screening, including social security number trace, criminal records check, public court records check, educational records, and driving records checks. More information is in the supplemental information section.Preferred Qualifications   The exceptional applicant will be undergraduate or graduate college/university student, or recent graduate as defined above, interested in improving the Colorado Department of Transportation through innovative mobility and has proven accomplishments in the following:Knowledge of and interest in sustainable mobility and a desire to learn about and apply the rapidly developing technologies, policies, funding opportunities and best practices in this sector.Strong analytical skills including data collection/analysis and a robust ability to use Microsoft Excel. A collaborative spirit with excellent follow-up and relationship-building skills. Excellent organizational skills, an ability to prioritize tasks in a fast-moving environment, self-direct, and take initiative with minimum supervision.Strong communicator including interpersonal, written, and speaking skills.Intermediate to advanced Geographic Information System (GIS) skills and experience using Esri products is a plus.Experience and/or ability to learn graphic design, website management, and document creation.Supplemental InformationApplicant Checklist Complete Applications must include the following documents:A complete CDOT Application for Announced Vacancy (please submit online using the green 'APPLY' button at the top of this announcement)A complete Supplemental Questionnaire (The questionnaire is part of the online application. You will be prompted to answer them as you are completing your online application.)A cover letter that describes your interest in this position, how your experience aligns with the minimum and preferred qualifications of this position. Cover letters must be uploaded as an attachment to your online application. Cover letters will not be accepted after the closing date and time of the announcement.A detailed chronological resume. Resumes must be uploaded as an attachment to your online application.If you are using education to qualify, a copy of your official or unofficial transcript showing that your degree has been conferred and the name of your school, or your NACES accreditation. Please submit this as an attachment to your online application.If you are a veteran, a copy of your DD214. Please submit this as an attachment to your online application. Only complete applications submitted by the closing date for this announcement will be given consideration. Every effort must be made to submit all application materials by the announcement close date. Where unusual circumstances prevent timely acquisition of transcripts, they must be submitted within five business days of the announcement close date. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Failure to submit properly completed documents by the closing date of this announcement may result in your application being rejected.NotificationsAll correspondence regarding your status in the selection/examination process will be via email. Include your current working email address on your application and check your email frequently as you could receive time sensitive correspondence regarding this position. We highly recommend that you set up your email to accept messages from "state.co.us" and "info@governmentjobs.com" addresses. It is your responsibility to ensure that your email will accept these notices and/or review your junk mail and spam filtered email. Immediately after you submit your application you should receive an email that confirms that you successfully submitted an application for this position. If you do not, try submitting again until you receive the confirmation email. Be sure to also check your junk folder for email communications from the State of Colorado's website. Employment ScreeningIf an applicant reaches the finalist stage of the hiring process, the Colorado Department of Transportation may procure a consumer report and/or investigative consumer report on the applicant in connection with his/her application for employment purposes, as defined under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. These reports may be obtained at any time after receipt of the applicant's authorization. As part of the employment screening an applicant will be requested to disclose any deferred judgments and convictions as well an explanation of the circumstances around any arrest or conviction. In the event that a screening returns information that the applicant believes is not accurate, he or she will have an opportunity to dispute the information with “Info Cubic”.Info Cubic, a consumer reporting agency, will obtain the report for CDOT. Further information regarding Info Cubic, LLC, including its privacy policy, may be found online at www.InfoCubic.com. Info Cubic is located at 116 Inverness Drive East, Suite 206, Englewood, CO 80112, and can be reached at 877.360.4636.The report may contain information bearing on the applicant's character, general reputation, personal characteristics, and mode of living. The information that may be included in the report includes: social security number trace, criminal records check, public court records checks, educational records, and driving records checks. CDOT will only request credit reports insofar as they relate to the position for which the applicant is applying. The information contained in the report will be obtained from private and/or public record sources. The applicant will have the right, upon written request made within a reasonable time after receipt of a notice, to request disclosure of the nature and scope of any investigative consumer report. Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion The State of Colorado believes that equity, diversity, and inclusion drive our success, and we encourage candidates from all identities, backgrounds, and abilities to apply. The State of Colorado is an equal opportunity employer committed to building inclusive, innovative work environments with employees who reflect our communities and enthusiastically serve them. Therefore, in all aspects of the employment process, we provide employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, medical condition related to pregnancy, creed, ancestry, national origin, marital status, genetic information, or military status (with preference given to military veterans), or any other protected status in accordance with applicable law. Discrimination and/or harassment against any person is prohibited because of disability, race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, political affiliation, veteran’s status, marital status, gender identity or any other protected class recognized under the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act (CADA). This applies to all employment decisions.ADAAA Accommodations CDOT is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. As part of this commitment, our agency will assist individuals who have a disability as defined by the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) with any reasonable accommodation requests related to employment, including completing the application process, interviewing, completing any pre-employment testing, or participating in the employee selection process, and/or to perform essential job functions where the requested accommodation does not impose an undue hardship. If you have a disability and require reasonable accommodation to ensure you have a positive experience applying or interviewing for this position, please direct your inquiries to Emily Harp at Emily.Harp@state.co.us or call 303-757-9738.Former State EmployeesFormer employees of the Colorado Department of Transportation System or any other State of Colorado Department or Agency, who were disciplinarily terminated or resigned in lieu of termination, must disclose this information on his/her application.

Summer 2023 Labor Relations Internship at Norfolk Southern

1 week ago
Employer: Norfolk Southern Expires: 02/01/2023 Primary Purpose:The Labor Relations intern will be responsible for assisting the Labor Relations team at Norfolk Southern in performing research and drafting responses to questions, claims, and grievances that arise under the collective bargaining agreement(s) for various employee crafts. The position will also include the opportunity to research past practices, agreement interpretations, and arbitral precedent; as well as leverage analytical tools and historical data sets to defend Managements rights and maximize productivity. Additionally, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to prepare briefs to defend Management’s position in arbitration. The ideal candidate will be very comfortable handling multiple priorities at a single time and have good verbal and written communication skills. This is a paid internship with a hybrid schedule in Atlanta, GA. The position will work out of our new Corporate HQ in Midtown Atlanta 3 days per week and will be remote 2 days per week.  Principal Duties: •  Prepare summary analysis and recommendations in discipline cases.  •  Research labor agreements and arbitration decisions in connection with claims and grievances.  •  Develop quick reference tools for routinely used agreements/arbitration decisions  •  Prepare claims and grievance correspondence and respond to agreement specific questions. •  Prepare written arbitration briefs and advocate/defend Management’s position in arbitration Education: Pursing Degree Currently (Any)Preferred Majors: Labor Relations, Political Science, Business, Law, Industrial Relations, Personnel Management, Human Resources, as well as Liberal Arts degrees will be considered  Skills and Abilities: •  Strong communication skills, both verbal and written •  Strong analytical thinking & decision-making skills •  Objective thinking •  Ability to study extensive reference materials, ask questions, resolve problems & grow from constructive feedback •  Self-starter & time management  Compensation: •  Sophomore (28 to 59 credits) - $3,293/month •  Junior (60 to 89 credits) - $3,553/month •  Senior (90 or more credits) - $3,763/month •  Law School / Graduate Student - $4,507/month *Living stipend of $750/month is available to those who qualify.Company OverviewNorfolk Southern Corporation (NYSE: NSC) is a Fortune 300 organization and one of the nation’s premier transportation companies. Its Norfolk Southern Railway Company subsidiary operates approximately 19,500 route miles in 22 states and the District of Columbia, serves every major container port in the eastern United States, and provides efficient connections to other rail carriers. Norfolk Southern is a major transporter of industrial products, including chemicals, agriculture, and metals and construction materials. In addition, the railroad operates the most extensive intermodal network in the East and is a principal carrier of coal, automobiles, and automotive parts. At Norfolk Southern, we believe in celebrating our individuality. By leveraging the unique backgrounds and viewpoints of our employees, we can create a culture of innovation, respect, and inclusion. We know that employees thrive in a workplace where differing viewpoints, ideas, and experiences are freely shared and valued. As such, we encourage all employees to contribute their distinctive skills and capabilities to our organization. Equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Together, we power progress.  

FEMA's 2023 Pathways Summer Internship at Federal Emergency Management Agency - FEMA

1 week ago
Employer: Federal Emergency Management Agency - FEMA Expires: 01/28/2023 FEMA's 2023 Pathways Summer Internship job announcements are now open on USAJobs and will close on 1/27/2023.Internship career areas include Legal, Public Affairs, Emergency Management, Accounting and Budget, Human Resources, Administrative and Office Support and Information Technology. Click links below to additional information on positions.Student Trainee (IT Specialist) GS-2299 Student Trainee (Public Affairs) GS-1099 Student Trainee (Legal) GS-0999 Student Trainee (Accounting & Budget) GS-0599 Student Trainee (Administrative & Office Support) GS-0399 Student Trainee (Human Resources Specialist) GS-0299 Student Trainee (Emergency Management Specialist) GS-0099Locations include - Washington, DC; Winchester, VA; Round Hill, VA; Oakland, CA; Lakewood, CO; Atlanta, GA; Bothell, WA; Anniston, AL; Emmitsburg, MD; Chicago, ILConditions of EmploymentYou must be a U.S. citizen to apply for this position. You must successfully pass a background investigation. Selective Service registration required. You must meet & maintain eligibility under the Pathways Internship Program. Please review "Other Information" section for additional key requirements. To ensure the accomplishment of our mission, DHS requires every employee to be reliable and trustworthy. To meet those standards, all selected applicants must undergo, successfully pass, and maintain a background investigation for Public Trust as a condition of placement into this position. This may include a credit check after initial job qualifications are determined, a review of financial issues, such as delinquency in the payment of debts, child support and/or tax obligations, as well as certain criminal offenses and illegal use or possession of drugs (please visit: Mythbuster on Federal Hiring Policies for additional information). For more information on background investigations for Federal jobs please visit OPM Investigations.You must meet the Pathways Internship Program requirements AND the qualification requirements as described below at the time of the application.QualificationsYou qualify for this position at the GS-03 level if you possess the following: Six months of general experience equivalent to the next lower grade (GS-02) in the Federal Service. This experience may have been gained in the federal government, a state or local government, a non-profit organization, the private sector, or as a volunteer; however, your resume must clearly describe at least one year of general experience. General experience for this position includes:Using automated systems and software to enter, update, and sort data and text files. Examples may include editing and proofreading documents in Microsoft Word, Excel or similar software applications; updating manuals on office policies; and performing routine office procedures such as scheduling appointments, organizing files, or greeting visitors.OR Have completed one full academic years of post-high school study. OR A combination of post-high school education and experience combined, meet the qualification requirements for this position.You qualify for this position at the GS-04 level if you possess the following: One year of general experience equivalent to the next lower grade (GS-03) in the Federal Service. This experience may have been gained in the federal government, a state or local government, a non-profit organization, the private sector, or as a volunteer; however, your resume must clearly describe at least one year of general experience. General experience for this position includes:Using automated systems and software to create, edit, and maintain electronic data and text files. Examples may include creating documents in Microsoft Word, Excel or similar software applications; verifying and editing data; and performing office procedures such as tracking expenses and drafting letters and meeting notes.OR Have completed two full academic years of post-high school study. OR A combination of post-high school education and experience combined, meet the qualification requirements for this position.You qualify for this position at the GS-05 level if you possess the following: One year of specialized experience equivalent to the next lower grade (GS-04) in the Federal Service. This experience may have been gained in the federal government, a state or local government, a non-profit organization, the private sector, or as a volunteer; however, your resume must clearly describe at least one year of specialized experience. Specialized experience for this position includes:Demonstrating research and analytical skills;Developing spreadsheets, charts, and graphs. Examples may include providing assistance with projects that involve collecting and recording data, using software programs to track data, or assisting with reports.OR Have completed four full academic years of post-high school study. OR A combination of post-high school education and experience combined, meet the qualification requirements for this position.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 provides valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.If you are selected for this position, you will be required to: (1) sign a Pathways Participant Agreement; (2) furnish course registration information for the current school term; (3) provide documentation of future enrollment in a qualifying program; and, (4) if selected, must provide Official Transcripts within ten days of notification.NOTE: Qualifications are based on breadth/level of experience. In addition to describing duties performed, applicants must provide the exact dates of each period of employment (from MM/YY to MM/YY) and the number of hours worked per week if part time. As qualification determinations cannot be made when resumes do not include the required information, failure to provide this information may result in disqualification. Applicants are encouraged to use the USAJOBS Resume Builder to develop their federal resume. For a brief video on How to Create a Federal Resume, click here.Current or former FEMA Reservists/DAE employees: To accurately credit your experience for these intermittent positions, make sure to list the dates (from MM/YY to MM/YY) of each deployment, along with the job title and specific duties you were responsible for during each deployment. Failure to provide this information may result in disqualification.The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) must authorize employment offers made to current or former political appointees. If you are currently, or have been within the last 5 years, a political Schedule A, Schedule C, Non-career SES or Presidential Appointee employee in the Executive Branch, you must disclose this information to the Human Resources Office.EducationPathways Internship Program Eligibility: To be eligible for the Pathways Internship Program, you MUST:Be currently enrolled in an accredited high-school, college (including 4-year colleges/universities, community colleges, and junior colleges) or a professional, technical, vocational, or trade school; advanced degree programs; or other qualifying educational institution pursuing a qualifying degree or certificate on at least half-time basis as determined by the school;Currently have and maintain a Grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 (undergraduate) or 3.0 (graduate) and be in good standing;Provide a copy of your transcripts (either official or unofficial); proof of student status; or a letter on your institution letterhead which provides a list of courses, grades earned, grade point average, completion dates, and quarter or semester hours earned or that you are enrolled in the next available term;Remain enrolled at least half-time to continue to be eligible for the Pathways Internship Program; andIf you are graduating after the closing date of this announcement, you must provide documentation of enrollment in another qualifying program to be eligible for this position.Program Completion and Conversion: This is a temporary position not to exceed 90 days or 09/30/2023, whichever comes first. This position is eligible for conversion to a permanent or term position. This is not automatic and is at the discretion of the employing office.NOTE:  If you are qualifying based on education and/or are selected for a position which requires a college degree to meet minimum qualification requirements, you will be required to submit your official college transcript(s) at time of selection.Additional informationIf you receive a conditional offer of employment for this position, you will be required to complete an Optional Form 306, Declaration for Federal Employment, and to sign and certify the accuracy of all information in your application, prior to entry on duty. False statements on any part of the application may result in withdrawal of offer of employment, dismissal after beginning work, fine, or imprisonment.DHS uses E-verify, an internet-based system, to confirm the eligibility of all newly hired employees to work in the United States. Learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities.This announcement may be used to fill one or more vacancies.The entire time on the Pathways Internship Appointment is considered a trail-period and your program may be terminated without notice at any time during the program.If selected for this position, and you have not previously completed these requirements, you are subject to (1) completion of a 2-day onboarding program at your primary duty location; and (2) completion of a subsequent, multiple day orientation program within 90-120 days of hire at a location to be determined.Travel associated with the orientation portion of this requirement may be at FEMA’s expense.The Department of Homeland Security encourages persons with disabilities to apply, to include persons with intellectual, severe physical or psychiatric disabilities, as defined by 5 CFR § 213.3102(u), and/or Disabled Veterans with a compensable service-connected disability of 30 percent or more as defined by 5 CFR § 315.707. Veterans, Peace Corps/VISTA volunteers, and persons with disabilities possess a wealth of unique talents, experiences, and competencies that can be invaluable to the DHS mission. If you are a member of one of these groups, you may not have to compete with the public for federal jobs. To determine your eligibility for non-competitive appointment and to understand the required documentation, click on the links above or contact the Servicing Human Resources Office listed at the bottom of this announcement.Applying to this announcement certifies that you give permission for DHS to share your application with others in DHS for similar positions.This is a Bargaining Unit position.This position may be identified as a Testing Designated Position (TDP) because of its security, public health, and/or public safety sensitivity, you are subject to random drug testing under FEMA's Drug-Free Workplace Plan (DWP). Refusal to be tested will result in disciplinary action up to and including removal from federal service. You must sign a Pathways Internship Program agreement prior to your appointment.You must maintain eligibility for the Pathways Internship Program for the duration of your appointment.

Security Officer - Franklin County Sheriff's Office at Franklin County PA

1 week ago
Employer: Franklin County PA Expires: 02/06/2023 FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICEHas an opening for: Security Officer Full Time Starting Rate: $14.41 To ensure the safety and security of buildings and grounds for County employees and the general public. The position of Security Officer is a law enforcement position requiring advanced education and/or experience and training. A Security Officer is a sworn law enforcement officer charged with the security and protection of buildings under the control of the County of Franklin. Requirements include: Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Must successfully complete two week basic training class involving the following topics: Firearms, Defensive Tactics, other job related duties and competencies. Must possess or acquire training in CPR and First Aide.Applications may be obtained at: FRANKLIN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, 272 North Second Street, Chambersburg, PA 17201, or online at www.franklincountypa.gov. Applications must be returned to the Human Resources Department by 4:30 p.m. on 02/06/2023. EOE

Desktop Support Specialist – Information Systems at Franklin County PA

1 week ago
Employer: Franklin County PA Expires: 02/06/2023 FRANKLIN COUNTY Has an immediate opening for:Desktop Support Specialist – Information Systems Full TimeStarting Rate: $18.87This position is responsible for responding to issues arising with the use of computer workstations and printers throughout the County. As such, they must troubleshoot and resolve these problems, as they occur, in a timely fashion. Additionally, they are responsible for tracking these issues and their subsequent resolutions. They are also responsible for installation, upgrade, and maintenance of County workstations and printers, allowing minimal impact on the users. Finally, they assist the Systems Administrator as assigned.Requirements include: High School diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED). Two (2) years of post-High School technical training.  Minimum two (2) years’ experience in desktop support on modern operating systems preferred; or an equivalent combination of education, training or experience. Must possess a sound working knowledge of computer operating systems, including Windows 7/Vista/XP. Basic understanding of network systems.  Able to communicate effectively.  Exercise sound judgment in analyzing, appraising, evaluating, and solving problems of a technical nature. Willingness to travel as needed to carry out essential job duties.Applications may be obtained at: FRANKLIN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, 272 North Second Street, Chambersburg, PA 17201. Applications must be returned to the Human Resources Department by 4:30 pm on 02/06/2023. EOE

Training Specialist at National Conference of State Legislatures

1 week 3 days ago
Employer: National Conference of State Legislatures Expires: 02/03/2023 JOB TITLE:   Training Specialist       PROGRAM:  Leaders & Training    LOCATION:  Denver         SALARY: $   65,710   annuallySTATUS:  Full-time ABOUT 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. NCSL has a flexible remote work policy. Building and maintaining our organizational culture is critical and we do so by bringing staff together, in person, for four days each month. The remote work policy provides the freedom to work from anywhere with the requirement that staff come to the NCSL office once a month for team meetings and professional development. ABOUT THE ROLE:NCSL is seeking a highly motivated individual to join the Legislative Training Program as a Training Specialist. The successful candidate will possess expertise in both learning theory and pedagogy, combined with a reasonable knowledge and understanding of state legislatures or state/federal government. Candidates should demonstrate the ability to motivate, educate, and train individuals in an engaging manner and display a high degree of competence in the principles of adult learning. The position is distinguished by a consistently high level of performance, initiative, complexity and diversity of assignments.WHAT YOU’LL DO:The Training Specialist produces high quality work that does not require close continuous review and operates effectively and skillfully in virtually any NCSL forum. The successful candidate can handle projects / presentations independently and with a high degree of competence. The candidate should have experience working in environments that require the highest standards of professional conduct and dependability under pressure and in unanticipated situations. The successful candidate will enjoy a high degree of autonomy in making decisions and is expected to promote an environment of collaboration, support, and shared leadership across the organization.RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIESCustomize and deliver high quality training experiences to bipartisan legislative and legislative staff audiences.In conjunction with the training team, develop and maintain professional development modules that meet the needs of legislators and legislative staff.Contribute written articles and blog posts on skills strengthening and professional development topics.Assist with development and delivery of internal NCSL training and professional development programs.Assist in conducting surveys of legislators and legislative staff to determine training needs.Identify opportunities and initiate ideas for presentations, publications, workshops, and articles.Work with legislative professionals who coordinate training programs to promote NCSL’s offerings.Collaborate with the training team by constructively reviewing your own products and presentations as well as other team members’ products.Critically reviews one's own work and independently initiates improvements or refinements.Use process improvement techniques to develop, evaluate, propose and implement modifications to existing development initiatives and program.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.QualificationsQUALIFICATIONS FOR SUCCESS:Minimum Qualifications:Bachelor's degree plus five years of work experience with state legislatures, government, public policy, government relations, education or other relevant field. Subject-specific knowledge is preferred but not required. Must possess a demonstrated ability to build upon subject-specific knowledge in the policy arena in which the position is focused.  Ability to communicate information, in writing and verbally, in a clear and credible way to a variety of audiences. Should possess the ability to build and maintain relationships with legislators, legislative staff, federal agency, and Congressional staff, national experts working in a specific policy arena, task force funders, and others, under the guidance or mentorship of supervisor(s). Ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines simultaneously, ability to work under deadline pressure, and adapt to changes in workload. Ability to communicate information, in writing and verbally, in a clear and credible way to a variety of audiences. Ability to work in a politically neutral manner and maintain confidentiality when required. Ability to travel by air, with most trips being 1-3 nights, as well as work extended hours, possibly evenings and weekends, usually associated with events/travel.YOUR BENEFITS AT A GLANCE: NCSL has a flexible remote work policy. Building and maintaining our organizational culture is critical and we do so by bringing staff together, in person, for four days each month. The remote work policy provides the freedom to work from anywhere with the requirement that staff come to the NCSL office once a month for team meetings and professional development. We are committed to offering a full range of other benefits for you and your eligible family members, including domestic partners.Your total compensation goes beyond the number on your paycheck. 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, February 3rd, 2023.  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.

Forensic Housing Case Manager at Franklin County PA

1 week 3 days ago
Employer: Franklin County PA Expires: 02/05/2023 FRANKLIN COUNTY COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS  Has an opening for:Forensic Housing Case Manager Full Time $21.64 Are you a motivated, service-driven individual? If so, we need to talk. We are looking for someone to fill this new role with Franklin County Community Connections Department.  This position is responsible for working with the forensic population in the Franklin County Jail and on supervision with Franklin County Adult Probation who are referred due to housing needs. In addition to helping individuals develop acceptable home plans, this position will provide linkages to community resources to assist the individual’s stable reentry into the community. This position will act as the central point of contact for services providers and agencies including adult probation. We want a self-starter who wants to make a difference and give back to their community. If that is you, contact us today! About UsFranklin County is a great place to live and work! Nestled between the Blue Ridge and Tuscarora mountains in South Central Pennsylvania but not far from DC, Baltimore and the beaches of the mid-Atlantic, Franklin County is one of the fastest growing counties in the Commonwealth. We want the best people working to serve the 155,000+ residents that call this beautiful area “home.”  RequirementsBachelor’s Degree in Human Services/Social Services or related field; certification under the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS) is preferred but not required. A minimum of four (4) years human service or behavioral health experience and knowledge of human services in Franklin County, and computer experience in word processing and database required.  Or, any equivalent combination of experience and training.Applications may be obtained at: FRANKLIN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES, 272 North Second Street, Chambersburg, PA 17201, or at www.franklincountypa.gov. Applications must be returned to the Human Resources Department by 4:30 p.m. on 02/06/2023. EOE

SAT Tutor at Swoop Tutors

1 week 3 days ago
Employer: Swoop Tutors Expires: 02/01/2023 Hi everyone, Swoop Tutors is looking to hire new SAT tutors this season. Working with us is a great way to flexibly earn money around your class schedule; you can work as much or as little as you want. Depending on what you feel comfortable teaching, tutoring can include mentoring young students, helping high schoolers prep for SATs, or guiding fellow college students through their finals. It's all virtual and most importantly, you teach what you want, whenever you want!Requirements:Previous tutoring or teaching experienceFamiliarity with operating ZoomProficient communication skillsPositive and open to working with various types of students

Associate Director at National Conference of State Legislatures

1 week 3 days ago
Employer: National Conference of State Legislatures Expires: 01/30/2023 JOB TITLE: Associate Director      PROGRAM: Environment, Energy & Transportation   LOCATION: Hybrid/Denver         SALARY: $  95,087   annuallySTATUS:  Full-time ABOUT 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. NCSL has a flexible remote work policy. Building and maintaining our organizational culture is critical and we do so by bringing staff together, in person, for four days each month. The remote work policy provides the freedom to work from anywhere with the requirement that staff come to the NCSL office once a month for team meetings and professional development. ABOUT THE ROLE:NCSL’s Environment, Energy and Transportation (EET) Program seeks an associate director for energy with extensive experience in leading people and managing projects in a grant-funded environment. The skill set of this senior leadership position involves demonstrated expertise in a range of energy policies, proficient management and supervisory skills, outstanding research and writing ability, fundraising and program development aptitude, and the capacity to staff NCSL’s legislative energy task forces and working groups.NCSL’s EET Program is dynamic and enterprising, responsible for keeping state legislators and legislative staff apprised of state and federal policies in energy, environment, and transportation. In conjunction with significant management responsibilities, the energy associate director will specialize in state and federal energy policy, requiring proven competence in legislative, statutory and regulatory research and analysis, as well as excellent communication and analytical skills. This includes providing nonpartisan analysis and expertise on a wide range of energy policies that span legislative and executive action across the country within a culture of innovation and excellence. NCSL and the EET Program offer opportunities for professional growth and development to enhance leadership skills, foster energy policy expertise and ensure nonpartisan delivery of research and analysis for state legislators, legislative staff and related constituencies. WHAT YOU’LL DO:The Associate Director is a senior leadership position responsible for project oversight, grant administration, fundraising, staff supervision, and member services related to research and policy. Associate Directors work closely with the director of the program to lead the development and implementation of assigned projects and is responsible for ensuring employees meet expected standards of performance. Associate Directors typically supervise multiple professional staff. This position reports to the director of the program.RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIESManages, oversees and coordinates energy policy research and complex work across multiple projects, activities and funding streams while ensuring quality standards, contract specifications and deadlines are met.Oversees and reviews the work of other staff on legislative research or policy-focused projects, while demonstrating an understanding of political context and a high degree of responsiveness to constituents.Leads fundraising and works with the director on fundraising efforts, such as concept development, proposal writing, budget development, application submission and funder negotiations.Leads ongoing funder communication related to projects, such as project updates, emails and conference calls. Completes project reporting as required by the funder. Develops or assists with developing project budgets, goals, work plans and priorities.Manages or coordinates planning of educational meetings and technical assistance efforts for legislators and legislative staff, generally requiring astute political judgments, a high degree of responsiveness to constituents and an understanding of NCSLs priorities and concerns.Collaborates with other NCSL programs and external partners to develop and implement innovative projects.Writes skillfully with minimal need for editing for a full range of publications. Reviews, edits and provides feedback on the substance and quality of writing assignments for other staff.Develops and implements communication strategies for disseminating and raising the visibility of NCSLs educational products and services.Maintains subject matter expertise and an extensive network of relationships with federal agencies, funders, private-sector partners and interest groups.Travels domestically for meetings, technical assistance, and other project activities as needed.Performs other responsibilities as needed.Supervisor/Management Responsibilities:Supervises, supports and coaches staff members.Recruits, interviews, hires, and trains new staff.Oversees the daily workflow of the assigned projects.Provides constructive and timely performance evaluations.Provides employees the opportunity for ongoing professional development within the assigned topic areas.Handles discipline and termination of employees in accordance with organization policy. 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 functionsQualificationsQUALIFICATIONS FOR SUCCESS:Bachelor's degree plus eight years of work experience with state legislatures, government, public policy or other relevant field.Including, four or more years of increasingly responsible leadership and supervisory roles that include oversight of multiple functions, strategic planning, budget and grant development, personnel management, team building, and program development.Substantial knowledge of energy topics, including alternative fuels and electric vehicles, fossil fuels, energy resiliency, cyber security, nuclear generation and waste management, renewable energy and energy efficiency, grid modernization, among other emerging energy policy developments, plus demonstrated ability to quickly attain expertise in new topic areas. Exceptional writing, editing and presentation skills and the ability to clearly and credibly communicate information to a variety of audiences.Excellent people and relationship-building skills, ability to function as both a member and leader of the team, and the ability to develop a strong and trustworthy relationship with all internal and external teammates.Excellent ability to build and maintain relationships with legislators, legislative staff, national partner organizations and funders.Ability to work in a politically neutral manner and maintain confidentiality when required.Excellence in a wide range of policy and legislative analysis skills, including experience translating policy, analyzing policy data, writing publications and presenting policy overviews.Excellence in developing and executing educational/informational products and services for adult learners (i.e., legislators, legislative staff and others).Demonstrated excellence in project management, including organizing project work; managing deadlines; and assigning, overseeing and/or completing project tasks. Strong organizational skills, including the ability to plan meetings and manage multiple tasks and deadlines simultaneously.Exceptional knowledge of state legislative and political processes and the separation of power between the branches of government.At least three years of experience supervising or managing others. Excellence in staff supervision and development (i.e., delegating, supervising, evaluating work and coaching).At least two years of fundraising experience, such as grant writing and reporting, managing public and private grants and contracts, and maintaining funder relations.Ability to travel by air up to 10 times per year, with most trips being 1-3 nights, as well as work extended hours, possibly evenings and weekends, usually associated with events/travel.YOUR BENEFITS AT A GLANCE: NCSL has a flexible remote work policy. Building and maintaining our organizational culture is critical and we do so by bringing staff together, in person, for four days each month. The remote work policy provides the freedom to work from anywhere with the requirement that staff come to the NCSL office once a month for team meetings and professional development. We are committed to offering a full range of other benefits for you and your eligible family members, including domestic partners.Your total compensation goes beyond the number on your paycheck. 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, January 30, 2023.  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.
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