HONORING OUR VETERANS ON LABOR DAY.

The willingness of America’s veterans to sacrifice for our country has earned them our lasting gratitude.

We would like to invite you to join us in supporting our veterans hiring initiatives. Please see the write-up below including detailed information on our 2015 Events.  

A little about who we are –
Be a Hero – Hire a Hero is not a charity. Our mission is to build a valuable working partnership between Veterans, Wounded Warriors, and their culturally
diverse families and Companies seeking talented, experienced leaders and employees they can count on.

We work intensely on both sides of this partnership – preparing this group for a seamless integration from military to civilian life and tailoring
corporate programs to meet specific hiring needs.

If you’re ready to have this sort of partnership and take your organization
to the next level, let’s book a time for us to come in and discuss the
possibility of being an employment resource for hiring military
personnel/veterans/spouses and family members into your workforce.

When they come back – we give back

Programs we offer include:

Career Expo Events – includes long-term follow-up and placement assistance
through our toll free hotline.

Job Board Postings

Direct recruiting and placement of veterans

Temporary and Permanent Military Staffing Services
Corporate Compliance Analysis, Diversity Best Practice and Veteran Tax

Incentive Training

Upcoming Career Expo 2015

November 10th – Savannah, Georgia 

Charles H. Morris Center

Veteran Career Expo & Military Appreciation Breakfast

In conjunction with Corporations and Veteran Groups throughout the Low Country will be hosting

Please give us a moment of your time – we can schedule a date to have a phone conference or come out and visit you to present our programs.

Thank you for all you do to assist our Heroes!

We looking forward to speaking with you..

Sincerely,

Susan Sher

Be a Hero – Hire a Hero

http://www.beahero-hireahero.com

susansher50@gmail.com

 We would like to invite you to join us in supporting our veterans hiring initiatives. Please see the write-up below including detailed information on our 2015 Events.

Upcoming Career Expo 2015

November 10th – Savannah, Georgia 

Please join us

Veteran Career Expo & Military Appreciation Breakfast

In conjunction with Corporations and Veteran Groups throughout the Low Country will be hosting 

A little about who we are –


Be a Hero – Hire a Hero is not a charity. Our mission is to build a valuable
working partnership between Veterans, Wounded Warriors, and their culturally
diverse families and Companies seeking talented, experienced leaders and
employees they can count on.

We work intensely on both sides of this partnership – preparing this group
for a seamless integration from military to civilian life and tailoring
corporate programs to meet specific hiring needs.

If you’re ready to have this sort of partnership and take your organization
to the next level, let’s book a time for us to come in and discuss the
possibility of being an employment resource for hiring military
personnel/veterans/spouses and family members into your workforce.

When they come back – we give back

Programs we offer include:

Career Expo Events – includes long-term follow-up and placement assistance
through our toll free hotline.

Job Board Postings

Direct recruiting and placement of veterans

Temporary and Permanent Military Staffing Services

Corporate Compliance Analysis, Diversity Best Practice and Veteran Tax

Incentive Training

Please give us a moment of your time – we can schedule a date to have a phone conference or come out and visit you to present our programs.

Thank you for all you do to assist our Heroes!

We looking forward to speaking with you..

Sincerely,

Susan Sher

Be a Hero – Hire a Hero

http://www.beahero-hireahero.com

susansher50@gmail.com

JOB OPENING VETERANS/DISABLED VETERANS/SPOUSES – CONNECTICUT

PLEASE SHARE! JOB OPENING VETERANS/DISABLED VETS/SPOUSES CONNECTICUT

BE A HERO HIRE A HERO

What makes us different from the rest is that Be A Hero-Hire A Hero offers a sound solution to a unique set of challenges; making the transition from military to the civilian workplace simple. For us it is not just a one day event but an ongoing support system for our corporate partners and job seekers as well.
Our team of men and women who have served our Country proudly work alongside Human Resource Professionals and create a strategy that works. – we open doors and create relationships with our military job seekers, their spouses and family members – making it an easier fit when an employer is seeking to fill a position.
Below are listings for current job openings.

Please send all resumes to jklare@hireds.com

Sincerely
Susan Sher
Be a Hero Hire a Hero
susansher50@gmail.com

JOB DESCRIPTION

Title
Lead Call Center Representative – Call Center

Position Classification
Non-Exempt
Division
Eastern Region, Health Services / 20-0014
Department
State of Connecticut, Access Health Connecticut
Reports To
Supervisor – Call Center

Required Education
College degree required
Preferred Education

Required Experience
At least 6 months of experience working in a call center environment
Preferred Experience
Two or more years of human services experience working with the public in a call center environment; experience providing coaching / training in a work environment

Required Skills
Knowledge of the community to be served; excellent verbal communication skills; satisfactory writing skills; beginner’s ability with MS Word and Excel; ability to follow directions; ability to interact courteously and effectively with a wide variety of people; ability to work well under pressure and perform multiple tasks
Preferred Skills
Advanced knowledge of MS Word and Excel; proven high level communication skills; excellent written communication skills;

Bilingual
Bilingual ability may be required in Spanish, Arabic, or Haitian Creole

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Respond to AHCT Call Center inquiries and complaints received by telephone, IVR, and web portal using applicable reference materials from the Knowledge Management System (KMS), Frequently Asked Questions, and other online resources to provide information as appropriate to resolve inquiries and complaints.

2. Retrieve, review, verify, collect, record, or update customer contact information and data through the CRM.

3. Assess customer inquiries and screen complaints to determine the correct course of action; contact customers to collect additional information as needed to resolve inquiries or complaints.

4. Educate callers and unit staff about the Affordable Care Act, AHCT Call Center eligibility screening, application, inquiry, complaints, claims, exemptions, appeals and enrollment procedures, including Medicaid program benefits and policies; and provide information on initial eligibility determinations.

      

We would like to invite you to join us in supporting our veterans hiring initiatives. Please see the write-up below including detailed information on our 2015 Events.  

A little about who we are –

Be a Hero – Hire a Hero is not a charity. Our mission is to build a valuable
working partnership between Veterans, Wounded Warriors, and their culturally
diverse families and Companies seeking talented, experienced leaders and
employees they can count on.

We work intensely on both sides of this partnership – preparing this group
for a seamless integration from military to civilian life and tailoring
corporate programs to meet specific hiring needs.

If you’re ready to have this sort of partnership and take your organization
to the next level, let’s book a time for us to come in and discuss the
possibility of being an employment resource for hiring military
personnel/veterans/spouses and family members into your workforce.

When they come back – we give back

Programs we offer include:

Career Expo Events – includes long-term follow-up and placement assistance
through our toll free hotline.

Job Board Postings

Direct recruiting and placement of veterans

Temporary and Permanent Military Staffing Services

Corporate Compliance Analysis, Diversity Best Practice and Veteran Tax

Incentive Training

Upcoming Career Expo 2015

November 10th – Savannah, Georgia

Veteran Career Expo & Military Appreciation Breakfast

 In conjunction with Corporations and Veteran Groups throughout the Low Country will be hosting

Please give us a moment of your time – we can schedule a date to have a phone conference or come out and visit you to present our programs.

Thank you for all you do to assist our Heroes!

We looking forward to speaking with you..

 

Sincerely,

Susan Sher

Be a Hero – Hire a Hero

http://www.beahero-hireahero.com

susansher50@gmail.com
973-953-6620

UPCOMING VETERANS CAREER EXPO-SAVANNAH GEORGIA NOVEMBER 10TH

We would like to invite you to join us in supporting our veterans hiring initiatives. Please see the write-up below including detailed information on our 2015 Events.  

A little about who we are –


Be a Hero – Hire a Hero is not a charity. Our mission is to build a valuable
working partnership between Veterans, Wounded Warriors, and their culturally
diverse families and Companies seeking talented, experienced leaders and
employees they can count on.

We work intensely on both sides of this partnership – preparing this group
for a seamless integration from military to civilian life and tailoring
corporate programs to meet specific hiring needs.

If you’re ready to have this sort of partnership and take your organization
to the next level, let’s book a time for us to come in and discuss the
possibility of being an employment resource for hiring military
personnel/veterans/spouses and family members into your workforce.

When they come back – we give back

Programs we offer include:

Career Expo Events – includes long-term follow-up and placement assistance
through our toll free hotline.

Job Board Postings

Direct recruiting and placement of veterans

Temporary and Permanent Military Staffing Services

Corporate Compliance Analysis, Diversity Best Practice and Veteran Tax

Incentive Training

Upcoming Career Expo 2015

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Please give us a moment of your time – we can schedule a date to have a phone conference or come out and visit you to present our programs.

Thank you for all you do to assist our Heroes!

We looking forward to speaking with you..

Sincerely,

Susan Sher

Be a Hero – Hire a Hero

http://www.beahero-hireahero.com

susansher50@gmail.com

Upcoming Career Expo 2015 November 10th – Savannah, Georgia Veteran Career Expo & Military Appreciation Breakfast

We would like to invite you to join us in supporting our veterans hiring initiatives. Please see the write-up below including detailed information on our 2015 Events.  

A little about who we are –


Be a Hero – Hire a Hero is not a charity. Our mission is to build a valuable
working partnership between Veterans, Wounded Warriors, and their culturally
diverse families and Companies seeking talented, experienced leaders and
employees they can count on.

We work intensely on both sides of this partnership – preparing this group
for a seamless integration from military to civilian life and tailoring
corporate programs to meet specific hiring needs.

If you’re ready to have this sort of partnership and take your organization
to the next level, let’s book a time for us to come in and discuss the
possibility of being an employment resource for hiring military
personnel/veterans/spouses and family members into your workforce.

When they come back – we give back

Programs we offer include:

Career Expo Events – includes long-term follow-up and placement assistance
through our toll free hotline.

Job Board Postings

Direct recruiting and placement of veterans

Temporary and Permanent Military Staffing Services

Corporate Compliance Analysis, Diversity Best Practice and Veteran Tax

Incentive Training

Upcoming Career Expo 2015

November 10th – Savannah, Georgia

Veteran Career Expo & Military Appreciation Breakfast

 

In conjunction with Corporations and Veteran Groups throughout the Low Country will be hosting

Please give us a moment of your time – we can schedule a date to have a phone conference or come out and visit you to present our programs.

Thank you for all you do to assist our Heroes!

We looking forward to speaking with you..

PLEASE SHARE! NEW JOB OPENINGS FOR VETERANS/DISABLED VETERANS/SPOUSES

PLEASE SHARE! NEW JOB OPENINGS FOR VETERANS/DISABLED VETERANS/SPOUSES
BE A HERO HIRE A HERO
What makes us different from the rest is that Be A Hero-Hire A Hero offers a sound solution to a unique set of challenges; making the transition from military to the civilian workplace simple. For us it is not just a one day event but an ongoing support system for our corporate partners and job seekers as well.
Our team of men and women who have served our Country proudly work alongside Human Resource Professionals and create a strategy that works. – we open doors and create relationships with our military job seekers, their spouses and family members – making it an easier fit when an employer is seeking to fill a position.
Below are listings for current job openings.
Please send all resumes to jklare@hireds.com
JOB DESCRIPTION
TITLE: Manager – Accounting
POSITION CLASSIFICATION: Exempt
DIVISION: Eastern Region, Health Services Group
DEPARTMENT: State of New York, New York Medicaid CHOICE Program
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Minimum education required: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in business or accounting. Equivalent years of experience will be considered in lieu of a college degree, in which case at least a high school diploma or equivalency is required; three-to-five years of experience in general ledger, financial analysis/budgeting, forecasting, invoicing, accounting, and financial systems maintenance; ability to work independently and interact successfully with project staff and subcontractors; ability to communicate financial data effectively; excellent organizational, interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills; ability to perform comfortably in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented work environment; ability to successfully execute many complex tasks simultaneously; and knowledge of Microsoft Access and spreadsheet software. Knowledge of and/or experience working with governmental accounting, project scheduling and management methods, and contract compliance processes preferred.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Prepares financial forecasts, updated monthly with actual results and new project forecasts.
2. Analyzes variances from forecast.
3. Logs all approved invoices into project accounting system log.
4. Prepares management summary reports.
5. Prepares all invoices and organizes all audits for NYSDOH.
6. Forecasts billings and performs all activities associated with accounts payable.
JOB DESCRIPTION
Title
Supervisor – Call Center
Advertising Title
Supervisor – Call Center
Grade
10
Position Classification
Exempt
Division
20-0014
Department
Call Center
Reports To
Manager – Call Center
Required Education
Associate’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university
Preferred Education
Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university and/or a degree in the health, human, or educational services
Required Experience
1+ year(s) of supervisory experience in a health or social services field or equivalent experience (Lead CCR with AHCT experience or 1+ year with the AHCT project)
Preferred Experience
2+ years in a Supervisory or Management title in a health or social services field
Required Skills
Ability to type at least 35WPM; Ability to use technology to accomplish work tasks; knowledge of the community to be served; excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to follow and give direction: ability to interact courteously and effectively with a variety of people; ability to handle pressure and perform multiple tasks
Preferred Skills
Bilingual
May be required for some positions
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Supervise call center operations and all related Exchange Call Center activity for Tier 1 or Tier 2 CCRs
2. Monitor the performance of Tier 1 or Tier 2 Call Center Representatives (CCRs) and provide feedback and education to staff to improve performance
3. Assist with the development and implementation of procedures pertinent to the effective and efficient operation of the Exchange Call Center, and assist with establishing performance goals and measurements for Tier 1 or Tier 2 CCRs
JOB DESCRIPTION
Title
Supervisor – Case Management
Advertising Title
Supervisor – Case Management
Grade
12
Position Classification
Exempt
Division
Eastern Region, Health Services / 20-0014
Department
State of New York, New York Medicaid Choice Program
Reports To
Manager – Call Center
Required Education
College degree or equivalent
Preferred Education
College degree in social work
Required Experience
NYMC project experience and related programs
Preferred Experience
1-3 years of Supervisory experience in a health or social service field and/or 2 years of human services experience working with the public
Required Skills
Ability to type at least 35WPM; computer literacy; knowledge of the community to be served; ability to follow directions; excellent organizational, interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills; ability to perform comfortably in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented work environment; ability to successfully execute many complex tasks simultaneously; ability to work as a team member; ability to work independently
Preferred Skills
Bilingual
Fluency may be required in commonly spoken languages for some positions
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Supervises Case Management staff, including the functions associated with Case Management and forms processing.
2. Monitors the performance of assigned staff, providing feedback and education to staff to improve performance.
3. Assists Case Management counselors and lead counselors in responding to exemption and exclusion, MLTC, LTCE and FIDA calls when needed.
4. Ensures Case Management staff effectively assess consumers’ health care needs and assists consumers in the exemption and exclusion, MLTC, LTCE, and FIDA processes.
JOB DESCRIPTION
TITLE: Manager – Human Capital
DIVISION: Eastern Region, Health Services Group
DEPARTMENT: State of New York, New York Medicaid CHOICE Program
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Graduation from college or university with a degree in Human Resources or related field; minimum 5 years of Human Resources management and administration experience; excellent people management skills; extensive knowledge of personnel practices and employment laws, recruiting, employee relations, regulations and guidelines, negotiating and mediation skills; excellent written and oral communication skills; and proficiency in Excel, HRIS and related systems. Ability and willingness to travel to remote sites.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Provides overall management of Project Human Capital functions ensuring effective and efficient operations at the project level.
2. Ensures Human Capital activities are in compliance with Federal, State, and client requirements and communicates these requirements to the Human Capital Staff and management team as needed.
3. Represents the project in discussions with Corporate and project staff, vendors, suppliers, and contingency staffing agencies.
4. Serves as the primary interface for the coordination of all employee relations and serves as mediator for disputes.
JOB DESCRIPTION
TITLE: Administrator III – Human Capital
POSITION CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt
DIVISION: Eastern Region, Health Services Group
DEPARTMENT: State of New York, New York Medicaid CHOICE Project
POSITION REPORTS TO: Director – Human Capital
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: High School completion required, some college preferred; excellent organizational, interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills; ability to perform comfortably in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented work environment; ability to successfully execute many complex tasks simultaneously; and ability to work as a team member, as well as independently; computer skills including a strong working knowledge of MS Office (Excel – including the use of formulas, pivot tables, etc., PowerPoint, and Word), as well as the ability to quickly learn other software programs; transcription skills, and knowledge in the use of other general office equipment.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Generates letters and other documents, as necessary.
2. Note-taking and scheduling of meetings
3. Ensures that building access, security, and confidentiality procedures are followed.
 ensuring that records and files are accurate, complete and secure.

PLEASE SHARE! NEW JOB OPENINGS FOR VETERANS/DISABLED VETERANS/SPOUSES

PLEASE SHARE! NEW JOB OPENINGS FOR VETERANS/DISABLED VETERANS/SPOUSES

BE A HERO HIRE A HERO

What makes us different from the rest is that Be A Hero-Hire A Hero offers a sound solution to a unique set of challenges; making the transition from military to the civilian workplace simple. For us it is not just a one day event but an ongoing support system for our corporate partners and job seekers as well.
Our team of men and women who have served our Country proudly work alongside Human Resource Professionals and create a strategy that works. – we open doors and create relationships with our military job seekers, their spouses and family members – making it an easier fit when an employer is seeking to fill a position.
Below are listings for current job openings.

Please send all resumes to jklare@hireds.com

Sincerely
Susan Sher
Be a Hero Hire a Hero
susansher50@gmail.com

JOB DESCRIPTION
Title
Lead Call Center Representative – Call Center
Position Classification
Non-Exempt
Division
Eastern Region, Health Services / 20-0014
Department
State of Connecticut, Access Health Connecticut
Reports To
Supervisor – Call Center

Required Education
College degree required
Preferred Education

Required Experience
At least 6 months of experience working in a call center environment
Preferred Experience
Two or more years of human services experience working with the public in a call center environment; experience providing coaching / training in a work environment

Required Skills
Knowledge of the community to be served; excellent verbal communication skills; satisfactory writing skills; beginner’s ability with MS Word and Excel; ability to follow directions; ability to interact courteously and effectively with a wide variety of people; ability to work well under pressure and perform multiple tasks
Preferred Skills
Advanced knowledge of MS Word and Excel; proven high level communication skills; excellent written communication skills;

Bilingual
Bilingual ability may be required in Spanish, Arabic, or Haitian Creole

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Respond to AHCT Call Center inquiries and complaints received by telephone, IVR, and web portal using applicable reference materials from the Knowledge Management System (KMS), Frequently Asked Questions, and other online resources to provide information as appropriate to resolve inquiries and complaints.

2. Retrieve, review, verify, collect, record, or update customer contact information and data through the CRM.

3. Assess customer inquiries and screen complaints to determine the correct course of action; contact customers to collect additional information as needed to resolve inquiries or complaints.

4. Educate callers and unit staff about the Affordable Care Act, AHCT Call Center eligibility screening, application, inquiry, complaints, claims, exemptions, appeals and enrollment procedures, including Medicaid program benefits and policies; and provide information on initial eligibility determinations.

5. Provide technical assistance and direct callers and unit staff through web portal plan comparison; provide information and assist with comparison-shopping and other self-service tools as appropriate.
JOB DESCRIPTION
TITLE: Manager – Accounting

POSITION CLASSIFICATION: Exempt

DIVISION: Eastern Region, Health Services Group

DEPARTMENT: State of New York, New York Medicaid CHOICE Program

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Minimum education required: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in business or accounting. Equivalent years of experience will be considered in lieu of a college degree, in which case at least a high school diploma or equivalency is required; three-to-five years of experience in general ledger, financial analysis/budgeting, forecasting, invoicing, accounting, and financial systems maintenance; ability to work independently and interact successfully with project staff and subcontractors; ability to communicate financial data effectively; excellent organizational, interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills; ability to perform comfortably in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented work environment; ability to successfully execute many complex tasks simultaneously; and knowledge of Microsoft Access and spreadsheet software. Knowledge of and/or experience working with governmental accounting, project scheduling and management methods, and contract compliance processes preferred.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Prepares financial forecasts, updated monthly with actual results and new project forecasts.
2. Analyzes variances from forecast.
3. Logs all approved invoices into project accounting system log.
4. Prepares management summary reports.
5. Prepares all invoices and organizes all audits for NYSDOH.
6. Forecasts billings and performs all activities associated with accounts payable.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Title
Supervisor – Call Center
Advertising Title
Supervisor – Call Center
Grade
10
Position Classification

Exempt
Division
20-0014
Department
Call Center
Reports To
Manager – Call Center

Required Education
Associate’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university
Preferred Education
Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university and/or a degree in the health, human, or educational services

Required Experience
1+ year(s) of supervisory experience in a health or social services field or equivalent experience (Lead CCR with AHCT experience or 1+ year with the AHCT project)
Preferred Experience
2+ years in a Supervisory or Management title in a health or social services field

Required Skills
Ability to type at least 35WPM; Ability to use technology to accomplish work tasks; knowledge of the community to be served; excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to follow and give direction: ability to interact courteously and effectively with a variety of people; ability to handle pressure and perform multiple tasks
Preferred Skills

Bilingual
May be required for some positions

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Supervise call center operations and all related Exchange Call Center activity for Tier 1 or Tier 2 CCRs
2. Monitor the performance of Tier 1 or Tier 2 Call Center Representatives (CCRs) and provide feedback and education to staff to improve performance
3. Assist with the development and implementation of procedures pertinent to the effective and efficient operation of the Exchange Call Center, and assist with establishing performance goals and measurements for Tier 1 or Tier 2 CCRs

JOB DESCRIPTION

TITLE: Client Service Representative – Outreach

POSITION CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt

DIVISION: Eastern Region, Health Services Group

DEPARTMENT: State of New York, New York Medicaid CHOICE Program

POSITION REPORTS TO: Supervisor – Outreach
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: High School Diploma or its equivalent is required. College degree or equivalent experience preferred; knowledge of the community to be served; experience making presentations to groups; ability to follow directions; ability to handle pressure; excellent organizational, interpersonal, effective written and oral communication skills; ability to perform comfortably in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented work environment; ability to successfully execute many complex tasks simultaneously; and the ability to work as a team member, as well as independently.

Computer Literacy required; proficiency in Microsoft Office Applications as Excel, Power Point, and Word. Additional preferred qualifications include two years of human services experience; or experience working with the public; and fluency in commonly spoken languages.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Conducts face-to-face outreach and enrollment services, including education on managed care options and public health programs, to clients at Medicaid offices, provider sites and or community-based organizations
Assists clients with the enrollment/disenrollment process
JOB DESCRIPTION
Title
Supervisor – Case Management
Advertising Title
Supervisor – Case Management
Grade
12
Position Classification
Exempt
Division
Eastern Region, Health Services / 20-0014
Department
State of New York, New York Medicaid Choice Program
Reports To
Manager – Call Center

Required Education
College degree or equivalent
Preferred Education
College degree in social work

Required Experience
NYMC project experience and related programs
Preferred Experience
1-3 years of Supervisory experience in a health or social service field and/or 2 years of human services experience working with the public

Required Skills
Ability to type at least 35WPM; computer literacy; knowledge of the community to be served; ability to follow directions; excellent organizational, interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills; ability to perform comfortably in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented work environment; ability to successfully execute many complex tasks simultaneously; ability to work as a team member; ability to work independently
Preferred Skills

Bilingual
Fluency may be required in commonly spoken languages for some positions

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Supervises Case Management staff, including the functions associated with Case Management and forms processing.
2. Monitors the performance of assigned staff, providing feedback and education to staff to improve performance.
3. Assists Case Management counselors and lead counselors in responding to exemption and exclusion, MLTC, LTCE and FIDA calls when needed.
4. Ensures Case Management staff effectively assess consumers’ health care needs and assists consumers in the exemption and exclusion, MLTC, LTCE, and FIDA processes.

JOB DESCRIPTION
TITLE: Manager – Human Capital

DIVISION: Eastern Region, Health Services Group

DEPARTMENT: State of New York, New York Medicaid CHOICE Program

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Graduation from college or university with a degree in Human Resources or related field; minimum 5 years of Human Resources management and administration experience; excellent people management skills; extensive knowledge of personnel practices and employment laws, recruiting, employee relations, regulations and guidelines, negotiating and mediation skills; excellent written and oral communication skills; and proficiency in Excel, HRIS and related systems. Ability and willingness to travel to remote sites.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Provides overall management of Project Human Capital functions ensuring effective and efficient operations at the project level.
2. Ensures Human Capital activities are in compliance with MAXIMUS, Federal, State, and client requirements and communicates these requirements to the Human Capital Staff and management team as needed.
3. Represents the project in discussions with Corporate and project staff, vendors, suppliers, and contingency staffing agencies.
4. Serves as the primary interface for the coordination of all employee relations and serves as mediator for disputes.

JOB DESCRIPTION
TITLE: Administrator III – Human Capital

POSITION CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt

DIVISION: Eastern Region, Health Services Group

DEPARTMENT: State of New York, New York Medicaid CHOICE Project

POSITION REPORTS TO: Director – Human Capital

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: High School completion required, some college preferred; excellent organizational, interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills; ability to perform comfortably in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented work environment; ability to successfully execute many complex tasks simultaneously; and ability to work as a team member, as well as independently; computer skills including a strong working knowledge of MS Office (Excel – including the use of formulas, pivot tables, etc., PowerPoint, and Word), as well as the ability to quickly learn other software programs; transcription skills, and knowledge in the use of other general office equipment.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Generates letters and other documents, as necessary.
2. Note-taking and scheduling of meetings
3. Ensures that building access, security, and confidentiality procedures are followed.
4. Maintains Human Capital records and filing systems which includes ensuring that records and files are accurate, complete and secure.

BE A HERO HIRE A HERO UPCOMING VETERAN CAREER EXPO – SAVANNAH, GEORGIA NOVEMBER 10TH 2015


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We would like to invite you to join us in supporting our veterans hiring initiatives. Please see the write-up below including detailed information on our 2015 Events.  

A little about who we are –


Be a Hero – Hire a Hero is not a charity. Our mission is to build a valuable
working partnership between Veterans, Wounded Warriors, and their culturally
diverse families and Companies seeking talented, experienced leaders and
employees they can count on.

We work intensely on both sides of this partnership – preparing this group
for a seamless integration from military to civilian life and tailoring
corporate programs to meet specific hiring needs.

If you’re ready to have this sort of partnership and take your organization
to the next level, let’s book a time for us to come in and discuss the
possibility of being an employment resource for hiring military
personnel/veterans/spouses and family members into your workforce.

When they come back – we give back

Programs we offer include:

Career Expo Events – includes long-term follow-up and placement assistance
through our toll free hotline.

Job Board Postings

Direct recruiting and placement of veterans

Temporary and Permanent Military Staffing Services

Corporate Compliance Analysis, Diversity Best Practice and Veteran Tax

Incentive Training

Upcoming Career Expo 2015

November 10th – Savannah, Georgia

Veteran Career Expo & Military Appreciation Breakfast

 In conjunction with Corporations and Veteran Groups throughout the Low Country will be hosting

Please give us a moment of your time – we can schedule a date to have a phone conference or come out and visit you to present our programs.

Thank you for all you do to assist our Heroes!

We looking forward to speaking with you..

Sincerely,

Susan Sher

Be a Hero – Hire a Hero

http://www.beahero-hireahero.com

susansher50@gmail.com

PLEASE SHARE ! NEW JOB OPENING FOR VETERANS NEW YORK AREA

PLEASE SHARE ! NEW JOB OPENING FOR VETERANS NEW YORK AREA
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What makes us different from the rest is that Be A Hero-Hire A Hero offers a sound solution to a unique set of challenges; making the transition from military to the civilian workplace simple. For us it is not just a one day event but an ongoing support system for our corporate partners and job seekers as well.
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JOB #1

Novartis Cell Gene Therapies Unit Morris Plains
Country: USA
ROLE PROFILE

General

Business Title: Production Support Technician
Job/SAP Title: ?
GJFA 08
Job Family / Sub Job Family: Tech Ops / Manufacturing
Department: Manufacturing Unit
Reports to (Job Title): Cell Process Team Lead

This role ensures that all components are adequately supplied and kitted to adhere to the production schedule along with handling media related activities within the ISO 8 area.
ISO 8 Activities:
Ensure accurate SAP inventories are maintained for all components.
Proper status segregation and storage of media lots.
Support the maintenance of an “audit ready” state of the ISO 8 Area
Timely response to all module requests.
Batch Records are properly kitted and staged based on production schedule.
All gowning materials in the ISO 8 area are maintained to adequate levels.
ISO 8 area has ample supply of non-inventory items
Logbooks entries are clear and complete.
Kanban system is utilized to ensure FIFO
Equipment cleaning is performed as required
Ensure Batch records are reviewed and corrected in a timely manner.
Key Performance Indicators (Indicate how performance will be measured: indicators, activities…)

MBR right first time
Cycle Count Inventories are accurate
JOB OPENING #2

Position Title: Associate Director, State and External Affairs

Reports To: Director, State and External Affairs
Job Purpose:
Individual will be responsible for successfully developing strategy for, and executing, the development and implementation of key State and External Affairs strategies in multiple states within a region. The overall responsibilities include: (1) leading state lobbying/advocacy efforts consistent with position and (2) building/enhancing strategic partnerships with targeted patient advocacy groups, professional societies and other key policy stakeholders. This individual will provide significant leadership to internal/external key stakeholders in area of responsibility.

Description
Individual will work closely with local Field Leadership teams, Director of State and External Affairs, and the full Public Affairs Department to achieve the following goals:
Lead, develop, and execute plan to attain key goals that support business and policy objectives;
Lead varied, cross functional and multi-disciplinary teams;
Shape, represent and advance legislative, policy and alliance strategic objectives through membership and active participation with key partners;
Identify and build strategic alliances with key state/local policy stakeholders, professional societies, patient advocacy groups and third party organizations within key MSAs;
Shape, develop, implement, coordinate, and communicate consistent advocacy strategies, partnerships and programs;
Drive open access of medicines (in government and non-government programs) through the development, implementation, and execution of best practices with government agencies and local stakeholders in the region;
Persuasively communicate positions on relevant public health, economic, and clinical issues to key stakeholders, alliances, and to key Government individuals;
Lead the creation of opportunities for networking between the regional leadership and key State and External Affairs stakeholders; and,
Represent at association workgroups and events and participate in advocacy meetings.

Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree required; Advanced Degree preferred;
7+ years pharmaceutical sales, patient advocacy, government affairs experience or similar, with a demonstrated track record of success;
Ability to effectively lead, and work closely with, cross functional teams;
Ability to influence others from various external/internal groups without direct reporting relationships;
Excellent verbal, written communication and human relationship skills;
Demonstrated ability to build relationships with patient advocacy groups, government officials and other stakeholders;
Ability to work closely with their field counterparts to maximize business opportunities;
Ability and skill to deal effectively with executive management, Regional leadership, USMM, corporate medical officers and staff;
Strong business background and knowledge of state government and local key stakeholder/patient organizations;
Creative thinker and problem solver ;
Ability to develop/articulate a vision and translate into practical actions steps and results.

Preferred Skills:

Experience with:

Direct state government and/or patient advocacy groups;
Government affairs and/or alliance development leadership;
Managed Markets and sales leadership;
Gaining results in a matrix structure;