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Elisa Banigan

Chief Financial Officer

Plano, TX

Accomplished Healthcare Finance & Operations Executive relocating to Dallas Area with solid and progressive experience in all facets of financial management, operations management, and executive leadership within healthcare organizations. Strategically managing and overseeing financial functions for healthcare businesses with net revenue ranging from $50 million to $100 million, 64 to 600 beds, including Inpatient Hospital, Physician Practice Management, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Behavioral Health, Primary Care Centers, Dialysis, Home Care, Hospice, Rural Hospital, Rehabilitation, Assisted Living, Subacute/Skilled Nursing, and Foundations. Proven success in development and start-up of facilities, streamlining financial processes, enhancing productivity le
vels, introducing process improvements, and implementing technology solutions. Served as the Project Manager responsible for the implementation and conversion of financial and clinical systems along with EMR and Financial System RFP. Opened new Hospital and established processes State, Joint Commission and Medicare Licensing. Bilingual fluency in Spanish.

Additional core competencies include:

* IT Systems Implementation/ Enhancements
* Financial Stewardship & Controllership
* Physician and Vendor Relationship Management
* Financial Reporting & Cash Flow Management
* Financial Analysis & Variance Analysis
* Corporate Compliance Management
* Operational Excellence & Profitability
* Strategy Development & Implementation
* Innovative Leadership & Staff Supervision
* Revenue Cycle Process Management
* Managed Care Contract Negotiations
* Policy and Procedu
re Development
* Budget Management
* HIM Process Improvement
* Internal Controls/HIPPA/TJC Compliance
* Cost Containment

Work Experience

Chief Financial Officer

OASIS Hospital – Phoenix, AZ

January 2011 to Present

Chief Financial Officer
Member of the Administrative Team responsible for opening new Inpatient Hospital. Implementation of new systems and processes to meet DHS, Joint Commission and Medicare Certification Requirements. Financial Administration to meet Hospital goals. Financial and Operational Management for Revenue Cycle, Information Technology, Patient Financial Services, Financial Reporting, Materials Management, Admitting, HIM, and C
ase Management. Negotiated Pricing and Contracted with vendors for medical and surgical supplies for the Hospital.

❖ Recruitment, hiring and retention of the financial management team to coincide with project plan.
❖ Working with the Team developed Policies and procedures for the operation of the Materials Management, Admitting, HIM, Case Management, and Information Technology to meet HIPPA, JCAHO, and DHS along with Corporate Compliance and Internal Control guidelines.
❖ Financial decision making to coincide with the Hospitals business plan to assure success.
❖ Project Management Responsibility for Meditech System Clinical and Financial Implementation to meet Meaningful Use Timeline.
❖ Cash Flow Management Responsibility.
❖ Revenue Cycle process flow oversight
❖ Established effective working relationships with physicians, employees, patients and vendors.

, AZ (2010)
Chief Financial Officer
Provided leadership and direction to financial and operational matters within a primary care provider of general medical and surgical care for inpatient, outpatient, and emergency room patients for the Gila River Indian and Ak Chin Communities. Directed the planning and management of financial services and revenue cycle. Collaborated with physicians, executive leadership, and staff in surpassing goals and objectives of Gila River. Supervised, coached, and mentored a team of 10 Directors responsible for a staff of 150 employees. Led operations within various reporting departments including Health Information Management, Managed Care, Contracts Management, Information Technology, Legal, Regulatory, Materials Management, Central Supply, Budgeting, Accounting, Grants Administration, Emergency, and Medical Transportation. Reviewed investments with the bank representatives, which increased income. Augmented the contracts database to trac
k terms and conditions of existing/new provider and managed care contracts. Created a monitoring tool for existing grants to ensure expenditure of funds within grant period.

❖ Managed the financial stewardship of the organization with net revenue of $110 million, which encompassed 2 Primary Care Centers, 10 bed Rural Health Hospital, a Behavioral Health facility, Dental Clinics, 2 Dialysis Centers, Diabetes Care, Optometry, Imaging, Physical Therapy, Pharmacy, Podiatry, Public Health Nursing, and School Health.
❖ Championed efforts to complete the revenue cycle assessment and implemented process improvements in Primary Care Outpatient Services, Dialysis, Behavioral Health, and EMS, which reduced days in accounts receivable from 39 to 20.
❖ Boosted cash collections by $10 million within 7 months by working with the Revenue Cycle Team.
❖ Shortened billing cycle from 15 to 5 days.
❖ Attained a Fiscal YE Operating Margi
n of 13.4% versus budget of 3.3% as well as Total Margin of 19.5% versus budget of 5.7%
❖ Recommended the implementation of an adjudication system for the Managed Care Company, which facilitated payment under Medicare Like Rates for a savings of 60%.
❖ Developed and managed the operating and capital budget for 2011.
❖ Led the Physicians, Information Technology, and the Leadership Team in identifying a portal solution to implement HIE and meet Meaningful Use requirements.
❖ Spearheaded negotiations with IHS and Tribal Government to obtain approval of AFA funding and Tobacco funds for 2011.
❖ Led negotiations with AHCCCS for recovery of lost services and reimbursement.

CFO/Vice President of Finance


2000 to 2009

Directed executive leadership and financial stewardship responsibilities for a develo
pment and management company for Meridian Health Systems Subacute and Long Term Care Division & Senior Living, which included Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, and Outpatient Rehabilitation. Executed project management functions for the implementation of multi-site start up financial systems along with the upgrade of existing systems. Maintained accountability for regulatory reporting with Federal and State Agencies. Created and delivered presentations to the Board of Directors. Monitored budgeting systems against industry benchmarks. Managed external audits and intermediary audits. Cultivated positive and enduring relationships with banking and financing agencies, vendors, attorneys, auditors, and internal operations
❖ Strategically managed and supervised accounting and financial functions with revenues in excess of $60 million for Skilled Nursing and $14 million for Assisted Living.
❖ Led efforts to maximize cash flow through effective management
of billing, collections, and accounts receivable functions.
❖ Played a key role in the acquisition and due diligence process for new business development.
❖ Introduced internal control procedures for SOX compliance.



1997 to 2000

Participated in financial management activities for various affiliates including Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Ocean Medical Center, and Riverview Medical Center. Communicated with legal, banking, audit, vendors, human resources, IT, and risk management.
❖ Executed cash management, financing, financial reporting, budgeting, audit functions, internal controls, and tax planning for the health systems 15 affiliated entities, which encompassed revenue of $15 million across the real-estate holding company, 3 foundations, home care and hospice, ambulatory care, 3 home care ret
ail businesses, and parent holding company.
❖ Monitored the financial reporting and controls for the health systems joint ventures in rehabilitation services, ambulatory surgery, behavioral health, and purchasing cooperative and offshore captive insurance company.

Director of Finance, Primary Care


1995 to 1997

Managed corporate financial reporting, budgeting, and administration of accounting functions for Faculty, Affiliates, and Management Service Organization. Led efforts to implement IT Systems for payroll, accounts payable, practice billing, and internal controls for each practice location. Prepared preliminary practice valuations and reviewed independent valuations.
❖ Established the financial reporting system for 21 physician practices acquired and managed (65 MDS).
❖ Evaluated operational r
esults against industry benchmarks for the practices and developed monthly monitoring/reporting for practice managers.
❖ Formulated MSO return on investment formula for acquired practices, monthly reporting for physician production levels, capitation monitoring, and reporting system.
❖ Managed acquisition tasks involving the purchase of OB/GYN, Primary Care, and Pediatric practices.

Director of Finance


1986 to 1995

Managed financial reporting of 5 affiliated entities including Durable Medical Equipment, Temporary Agency, Foundation, Collection Agency, and Wellness & Fitness. Handled cash management, payroll, information systems, general ledger, billing, and accounts payable.
❖ Created the planning and internal control systems for all entities.
❖ Devised the financial business plan and mode
ls for new business ventures.

Early Career: Controller – MONOC (Monmouth Ocean Hospital Service Corporation), Neptune, NJ
Controller – St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center, Lawrenceville, NJ
Assistant Controller – United Hospitals Medical Center, Newark, NJ


Master of Business Administration in Finance

Monmouth University – Long Branch, NJ

Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Fairleigh Dickinson University – Teaneck, NJ


Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Access), Meditech Clinical and Financial, Source Medical-Advantx System,Kronos,Vista Electronic Health Record, RPMS and FIS systems, IHN Suite, Siemens, ADP Time Saver, Raiser’s Edge, Empower Time and Attendance, ADP Pay Force, ADP PCPW, Lawson, MAS90, Novell GroupWise, Word Perfect, IDX Practice Management System

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Supervisory Facility Operations Specialist; GS-1640-13


Experience your America and build a fulfilling career by joining the National Park Service. Become a part of our mission to unite our past, our cultures and our special places, to establish important connections to the present and build a rich and lasting legacy for future generations.

Relocation expenses are authorized. However, only limited relocation expenses will be paid in accordance with the federal travel regulations to new appointees and reinstatements to the federal government.

This position is located within the National Park Service, Pacific West Region, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Maintenance Division located in Boulder City, Nevada.

This announcement is concurrently being advertised to all U.S. Citizens (no Federal service is required) under announcement MMLAKE-13-52D-910963.


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The position serves as Deputy Chief of Park Maintenance and Engineering and reports directly to the Division Chief and is responsible for the supervision, operation, and management of the Operations and Business functions within the Maintenance Division. Carries out the full range of supervisory duties including planning the work, assigning it to subordinates, and reviewing it for quality and timeliness, sets priorities, schedules work, evaluates performance, provides counsel to employees on technical and administrative matters, schedules and approves leave, resolves employee concerns, and identifies training needs for employees. Visi
bly leads and supports the establishment of an effective integrated safety system that provides coherent systems to help and protect employees while accomplishing the work. Responsible for the development and execution of the Operations budget. Develops budgets and monitors expenditures for all program areas and ensures funds are executed as allocated. Responsible for the planning, estimating and scheduling of all maintenance and repair work of the Division. Develops long range (three to five years) cyclic maintenance, preventative maintenance, and repair/rehabilitation plans. Oversees the development of scope, plans, specifications, and estimates for in house and contracted work orders and projects. Identifies and implements optimum methods of maintaining, preserving, and operating facilities, both natural and man-made, historic and modern. Such responsibilities include changes in the organizational structure to meet current and planned needs; allocation or reallocation of
resources; including funding, staffing and equipment; determining program emphasis; delegating responsibility to individuals for completing assignments, and monitoring maintenance activities.


All qualification requirements (including any applicable selective factors) must be met by the closing date of the announcement in order to be considered. Additional information on the minimum qualification requirements is outlined in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook of General Schedule Positions. It is available for your review on OPMs web site at the following link: Facility Operations Services Series, GS-1640

FOR THE GS-13: You must possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-12 grade level of difficulty and responsibility.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Experience managing a maintenance program for office or apartment building
complexes, hospitals, recreation facilities, military, park service, or other special purpose installations, including planning maintenance activities and developing preventative maintenance programs; or performing maintenance or construction work, including estimating material and labor costs for a variety of construction or maintenance projects, directing actual work operations, and maintaining appropriate contacts with the organization funding the project; or conducting surveillance activities over construction and maintenance operations performed by a variety of private contractors, including reviewing project plans and specifications for workability, informing contractors of construction and reporting requirements, and supervising operations for conformance with project plans.

NOTE: Credit will be given for all qualifying experience regardless of whether compensation was received and whether the experience was gained as a part-time or full-time occupation. Pa
rt-time experience will be credited on the basis of time actually spent in appropriate activities. To receive credit for such experience, your resume must indicate clearly: 1. The nature of your duties and responsibilities in each position; and 2. The number of hours per week spent in such employment for each position.

Work is mostly sedentary, however, many field areas are remote and physical ability to travel on foot, operate off-road vehicles over rough terrain, travel in and/or operate boats, travel in light aircraft, or travel in similar conveyances is necessary. Other physical demands include walking, bending, climbing, crawling when required on visits to field sites as well as sitting at a desk for long periods. Incumbent may occasionally be exposed to dirt, grime, splinters, oil, fuel, chlorine, sewage, etc. as well as exposure to extreme temperatures including adverse weather conditions and blowing dust. Must travel out of the area via airplane, boat an
d land vehicles on occasion to conduct official business for the park.

You are required to properly wear a National Park Service uniform in accordance with agency policy; an allowance will be provided to offset some of these costs.

You are required to obtain (through applicable government training) and use a government-issued credit card.

You will be required to operate a government vehicle, therefore, must be able to acquire and hold a valid state Drivers License.

Frequent travel may be required as part of the duties, as assigned. Travel in Government aircraft may also be required as a part of the duties of this position.

You are required to complete a one-year probationary period beginning on the effective date of this appointment for eligible individuals who have not already completed such a probationary period.

You are required to complete a one-year supervisory probationary period beginning on th
e effective date of this appointment.


To determine if you are best qualified for this job, a review of your resume and supporting documentation will be made and compared against your responses to the occupational questionnaire. The questions are designed to capture the desired knowledge, skills, and abilities for this position. Failure to submit a resume will result in ineligibility. Ratings are subject to evaluation and verification. If you rate yourself higher than is supported by your application, you will be assigned a rating to commensurate your described experience. Deliberate attempts to falsify information may be grounds for not selecting you.

You Must Possess The Following KSAs:


The following link is a list of questions from the online questionnaire. PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL OR MAIL this preview, as it will only be accepted by online submission or fax.

View Assessment Questions

To be considered under CTAP/ICTAP, you must score within the Well Qualified group (prior to veterans preference being applied) on the application questionnaire. For information, click CTAP/ICTAP.

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Payroll Customer Service Specialist – Las Vegas

Having fun is a must!

Be part of an amazing team where you will be challenged, have the opportunity to grow and have fun doing it.

Our Payroll Customer Service Specialist will be challenged to independently handle inbound and outbound customer communications to resolve and support customers payroll issues.

  • Work with fellow team members in a shared service center environment to answer payroll questions and resolve payroll issues received from internal customers in a timely, meaningful and positive way.
  • Educate internal customers on payroll policies and procedures.
  • Document all customer communications in appropriate systems in a clear, concise manner.
  • Run reports to support the Payroll department and internal customers with employee and business inquiries
  • Prepare metrics to measure performance
  • Cross train to serve as a back-up to other Payroll team members as needed

The successful candidate will have:

  • Fundamental Payroll Certification (FPC) or Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) preferred.
  • High school diploma or GED required, Bachelors Degree preferred.
  • Three to five years multi-state payroll experience.
  • Three to five years experience working in a customer support role using call management software.
  • Solid understanding and working knowledge of payroll processes and systems, particularly in a union environment.
  • Strong knowledge of state and federal payroll regulations.


  • MS Office and computer skills
  • Excellent organizational, reading, listening, interpretation, verbal and written skills are necessary.
  • High degree of professionalism and solid ability in delivering high quality customer service and establishing/ma
    intaining effective and collaborative working relationships.
  • Excellent judgment, analytical, problem-solving and negotiation skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team player
  • Ability to investigate, analyze and resolve simple to highly complex problems and escalate where necessary, as well as the ability to maintain confidential information
  • Bilingual English/Spanish desirable
  • The ability to collaborate with team members and other internal business partners
  • Ability to work in a high-volume, fast-paced environment and meet deadlines within a telephone queue environment
  • Ability to consistently deliver quality service under the pressures of volume variances in inbound calls, length of calls,
  • Typing proficiency required.Prior 10-key and/or Data Entry experience preferred
  • Must be able to do consistent overtime as needed

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Retirement Community / Facility Management Two Person Team!

Work with your partner as a two person team co-managing one of our independent senior living communities.

Part best friend, part guardian angel, while working with your partner, spouse, significant other or sibling. Earn a comfortable salary, excellent benefits, and have virtually all of your day-to-day living expenses covered, including an onsite, rent-free apartment, paid utilities, three chef-prepared meals a day and more.

In this unique role, working together with your partner (spouse / sister / brother/ significant other / roommate), and living together onsite, you will co-manage one of our 300+ retirement communities. Working as or with a lead Community manager team, you will provide leadership to the Communitys staff (Executive Chef, Enrichment Coordinator, Bus Driver, Maintenance, and Housekeeping) to ensure that resident seniors enjoy the life theyve earned. Our residents, many of them in their 80s and 90s, have been taking care of others their wh
ole life, but now its their turn to be cared for. They can let someone else do the cooking, the cleaning, the mowing, even the driving, and focus on the things that make them happy. As a member of the Community management team, youll make that happen. In fact, our live-in Community Managers are the #1 reason people choose Holiday.

Youll develop warm, caring relationships with the residents and their families, and theyll love you for it. As one resident said, “I know I dont have to worry, because I know youll take care of me.”

Not surprisingly, this opportunity isnt for everyone. It combines many responsibilities including supervising and scheduling staff, helping serve meals, coordinating events, marketing to prospective residents, handling accounting, administrative and managerial tasks, and much more. In addition youll respond to a wide variety of care issues that arise in a Community that may include 100 or more residents. However if you have the physi
cal and emotional fortitude, combined with business or operations management and sales experience, we encourage you to read on.


Profiles in Compassion

Our most important requirement is that you personify “The Holiday Touch,” which is our term for the genuine warmth, empathy and respect with which we treat our residents and staff. It creates the sense of family and friendship that defines our communities and our company.

While previous experience serving seniors or eldercare is a plus, it is not required. In addition to “The Holiday Touch,” the “working couples” most likely to succeed in this position have:

  • Business/operational and financial management experience including supervision, customer service, budgeting, purchasing, payroll, and accounts payable/receivable.
  • Demonstrable sales skills, honed within a relationship or longer s
    ales cycle environment.
  • Willingness to relocate within your general region (well consider your preferences and may help with relocation costs).
  • Been in business together; a demonstrated ability to work in a team setting, both with your partner/spouse (youll spend a lot of time together, depending on one another to carry a fair share of the responsibilities) and with other staff.
  • The willingness to “roll up your sleeves” and pitch in with whatever is needed
  • The ability to remain focused, patient and steady in accomplishing multiple tasks with competing priorities.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Solid written and verbal communication skills.
  • Experience in computer use and proficiency in Microsoft Office.


Every Holiday Retirement Community has management teams living on-site to assist the residents, and they dont just mana
ge a facility, they lead a Community of residents and staff.

In addition to a salary, we reward our Community management teams with many additional benefits including:

  • Rent-free onsite accommodation/apartment with paid utilities including electricity, water, cable and more.
  • Three chef-prepared meals, seven days a week, as well as housekeeping and linen service.
  • Full benefits including health, dental and vision insurance, and 401(k) plan eligibility.
  • Two weeks paid vacation per year PLUS the ability to enjoy our travel program, meaning you can stay at any of our 300+ Communities at no cost.
  • Pet friendly facilities; as Managers, you can have a pet that weighs less than 20 pounds.

Although the role is challenging, we will ensure you are well prepared with two+ weeks of dedicated training, covering all aspects of Community management and operation, includ
ing managing staff and sales and marketing within the Senior Care marketplace.

If you have right combination of leadership skills and compassion, there is potential for a long and rewarding career with Holiday Retirement. Consider: there are more than 75 million Baby Boomers in the US, and this generation is about to become the largest and wealthiest over-50 consumer group in US history. This is the fastest growing segment of the population: 35 million Americans are 65 or older and 4.2 million Americans are 85 or older, and life expectancy is increasing dramatically. And theyll all want somewhere like Holiday to live.

Keys to Success

Clearly it takes a special kind of person, a special kind of team and a special kind of working couple to succeed in this role. Compassion, humility and a commitment to serving others are absolute requirements. Resident emergencies can pop up at any time, from a simple situation such as “I locked
my keys in my apartment” to more challenging ones. It may happen that a resident passes away and youll spend a couple of hours comforting the family and taking care of logistics, and then have to put on a smile and help serve dinner.

You also will need to be able to juggle a lot of responsibilities while maintaining a calm and upbeat attitude — it takes both physical and emotional stamina. In addition youll need to truly enjoy working alongside your partner or spouse.

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Call Center – Customer Service Rep (Entry Level Work From Home)

We are seeking a hard-working and self-motivated Customer Service Rep to join our growing team of Work From Home professionals. This position geared towards any person who is good at customer service and has a desire to work from home. If you meet those two criteria, you can be very successful in this role. Alpine Access seeks qualified individuals and places Customer Service Reps in roles that best fit their qualifications.

Call Center – Customer Service Rep (Entry Level Work From Home)

Job Responsibilities

You will experience a different kind of job, working from the comfort of your own home office. Because of our many clients, we can offer a wide variety of calls that you might find exciting: Customer Service, Account Management, Technical Support, Billing / Collections, and Inbound Sales. The main responsibility is to answer back to back calls during your shift to assist customers and
resolve issues on each call.

Other responsibilities will include:

  • Effectively dealing with any issues and solving problems that arise on the phone with effective communication skills
  • Consistently using multi-tasking skills to follow an internal process of understanding the issue and finding a solution to the issue while communicating with the customer
  • Handing a large number of calls each day without losing enthusiastic voice and attitude
  • Answering all calls promptly and efficiently

Call Center – Customer Service Rep (Entry Level Work From Home)


To qualify for the position, you must be over 18 years of age and have at least a high school diploma or equivalent. In addition, the Customer Service Rep must be available and willing to work at least one, preferably two
weekend days each week.

Other requirements include:

  • Legally authorized to work in the United States
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills, Strong ability to multi task, Positive and professional attitude
  • Home office that meets minimum qualifications (specific computer requirements, Internet, telephone line and headset). More details will be provided as you go through our application process
  • Must be computer literate with Microsoft Office skills, preferred
  • Passionate about helping customers

Call Center – Customer Service Rep (Entry Level Work From Home)


Unlike almost all Work From Home positions, there is NO startup costs associated with this role, and you are NOT a contracted worker. The Customer Service Rep is a full-time employee of Alpine Access and eligible for benefits, promotions,

Alpine Access believes in paying their employees a competitive salary with excellent benefits opportunities. Here are some of the benefits we offer:

  • Legitimate, work from home opportunity with a large, reputable company
  • Access to health benefits
  • Paid training to ensure our employees are successful
  • Career advancement and performance incentives
  • Saving over $5,000 per year on not having to commute
  • Flexibility in work schedules and true work/life balance

To learn more about these benefits, apply today!

Call Center – Customer Service Rep (Entry Level Work From Home)

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Human Resources Generalist

Human Resources GeneralistDescription We are seeking a talented, forward-thinking individual to join our team as a Human Resource Generalist in a health care facility. The purpose of this position is to provide human resource expertise in the areas of recruiting, performance management, development planning and training.The principal accountabilities of this position include, but are not limited to: Manages the recruiting process to attract and hire qualified candidates for position vacancies within the facility.Develops sourcing strategies and develops strong relationships with appropriate parties to source qualified candidates. Recruits, reviews resumes and interviews applicants to match experience with specific job related requirements. Supports and implements HR functional initiatives and manages various programs within the region. Highly effective performance management consulting skills and an understanding of employment law. Must have the ability to make recommenda
tions to effectively resolve problems or issues, by using judgment that is consistent with standards, practices, policies, procedures, or government law. Assists in development and implementation of personnel policies and procedures Answers employee questions regarding benefits such as group insurance, sick and vacation leave, 401(k), workers compensation and other company offered benefits. Effective decision-making and communication skills are required as is the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Responds to employee relation issues and investigates employee complaints, interviews all parties involved and assists in the preparation of material and evidence for organization to use in hearings, lawsuits, and insurance investigations. Reviews and processes unemployment compensation claims, attending hearings and advising supervisors and managers. Oversees the maintenance and communication of records required by law or local governing bodies, or other dep
artments in the organization. JOB REQUIREMENTS Bachelors degree or equivalent work experience considered. Twoto five years experience in Human Resources. Ability to organize and prioritize work. Experience in a health care facility or clinical researchis a plus. ***If you are interested please apply iimmediately. The recruiting process is almost complete.***Excellent benefits packageincluding; health, dental and vision benefits, 2 weeks paid time off, paid holidays, 401(k) program, life insurance, disability insurance, flexible spending account and more!!!If you would like to be part of a successful team where your ideas are important, please forward your cover letter, resume and salary requirements. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Bookkeeper/Office Manager

Bookkeeper/Office Manager
Tri Sage Consulting is looking for an experienced Bookkeeper/Office Manager to join our team. Qualified applicants should have at least five years bookkeeping experience and expert knowledge of QuickBooks, Payroll, Excel and other accounting software. The applicant should also be an excellent communicator and have a creative and proactive approach to work. Finally, the applicant should have a passion and drive to jump in wherever necessary to help a growing team succeed. REQUIREMENTS:
At least five years accounting or bookkeeping experience Experience with a construction or engineering firm a strong plus Expert Knowledge of QuickBooks, QuickBooks Payroll, Microsoft Excel and other accounting software (short list candidates will be required to pass a competency test for both QuickBooks and Excel software programs. Please note that the firm is extremely serious about the candidates level of knowledg
e on these two software programs so non-qualified individuals need not apply) College level courses, or 2- to 4-Year degree a plus Ability to manage business organization and processes Great communicator, extremely detail oriented, self starter Creative, flexible personality Willingness to tackle unknowns with a desire to master new ventures Sense of humor Excellent writing and verbal skills Willingness to complete any task, including the grunt work. A how can I help attitude and approach to the team is a must. Located in Reno, Nevada, Tri Sage Consulting is a private engineering firm that focuses on serving the utility and public works industries. We have a relaxed but progressive work environment, and our firm is dedicated to helping our clients succeed. Compensation will be based on experience and is negotiable. The pay range is between $50,000 and $65,000 annually. This position is viewed by the Owner
and entire Tri Sage Team as their support to make sure the business runs smoothly. The selected individual will accomplish this by managing office processes, administrations (budgets, payroll, timesheets, reports and supporting the team with accounting and invoicing issues) and all ancillary office support requirements. This individual will need to have strong multitasking skills. A typical to do list will include: Controlling the accounting function Managing business licensing, corporate reporting, and certifications Completing payroll and managing timesheets Organizing and leading induction for new employees Obtaining and maintaining a thorough understanding of the financial reporting and general ledger structure. Ensuring an accurate and timely monthly, quarterly and year end close. Ensuring the timely reporting of all monthly financial information. Managing the banking requirements.
Ensuring the accurate and timely processing of accounts payable and receivable Ensuring that monthly customer invoices are issued accurately and timely Managing disputes raised by customers or suppliers and perform account reconciliation in a timely and accurate manner. Arranging travel, meetings and appointments Ordering and receipt of stationery & office supplies, office equipment and furniture; maintaining and acquiring service for printers. Supporting budget and forecasting activities. Advising staff regarding the handling of non-routine reporting transactions and tasks. Responding to inquiries from the Owner regarding financial results, special reporting requests and the like. Assisting in the development and implementation of new procedures and features to enhance the workflow Supporting proposal preparation Handling shipping and mailing for the office Managing the company insurance and retirement
plan aspects and assisting with establishing a medical insurance plan for personnel Establishing and maintaining customer relationships leading to business operations Tracking and Conducting cost analyses comparing project estimates with actual expenditures Managing the office janitorial contract and aspects The individual selected for this position will be required to manage all aspects of the office with the exception of the personnel. We have a flat organization with all personnel reporting directly to the owner. However, the owner will seek support on personnel issues from this individual. The successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining the office from supplies up to strategic planning assistance on projects and proposals. Lastly, as a small firm, we respond to many RFPs. This position will be required to assist on the preparation of these documents to the level of their ability. It is desired tha
t over time, this individual will gain clear understanding and knowledge of our services and industry and will be able to support the preparation of these documents at a high level. Interested individuals should email their resume along with a one page written document prepared by the candidate that discusses what has brought him or her to this point in their life and career to: jobs@trisage.com Resumes will be accepted beginning September 2, 2012. Interviews will be conducted until a strong candidate is selected. Contact will only be accepted via email.
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Java Engineer – Senior Level

Minimum Required Skills:

If you are an experienced Senior Java Engineer, please read on!

This is a successful and growing company in the gaming and casino industry. This is the perfect time to join a new division within a successful and profitable organization.

Relocation may be considered, but local candidates are preferred.

What you need for this position:

– Java 1.6+
– Hibernate
– Spring
– jQuery

– Experience developing high-volume consumer software apps
– Basic Java skills
– Advanced technical skills
– Strong design skills

The following skills are not absolutely required but are highly desirable:
Experience developing online gaming
Java NIO, TCP Client/Server, multi-threaded server design
MMO game development
NoSQL for data persistance (CouchDB, Cassandra, MongoDB)
Primefaces, JSF, Vaadin, GWT
Hazelcast, Coherence, or Terracotta experience
ets, HTML5

What youll be doing:

– In this position, you will be prototyping, designing and implementing new software products using Java. You will work with Quality Assurance to test functional product features. And much more.

Whats in it for you:

– Competitive compensation
– Excellent benefits
– Opportunity to telecommute

So, if you are an experienced Senior Java Engineer, please apply today!

Must be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer.

Please apply directly to by clicking Click Here to Apply with your Word resume!

Looking forward to receiving your resume and going over the position in more detail with you.

– Not a fit for this position? Click the link at the bottom of this email to search all of our open positions.

Looking forward to receiving your resume!


CyberCoders is an equal opportunity employer.
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RN III L&D Antepartum (CH) FT nights

Description/Purpose Of Position:
Responsible for providing patient care based upon the nursing process; being effectively involved with maintaining the standard of care for assigned patients through assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Oversees and guides employees that are under his/her supervision. RequirementsDescription/Purpose Of Position:
Responsible for providing patient care based upon the nursing process; being effectively involved with maintaining the standard of care for assigned patients through assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Oversees and guides employees that are under his/her supervision.

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing and completion of a specialty course/ or equivalent.

1 year acute care experience

Current RN lic
ense in the State of Nevada. Current BCLS Certification. Current ACLS Certification. Current NRP Certification. Candidates hired into specialty training course must obtain required certifications prior to completion of course.

Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care/service appropriate to the age of the patients served on the assigned unit/department.

An RN graduate is a nurse who has completed a course of study at a school of nursing and is eligible for the NCLEX. The RN graduate performs directly under the supervision of the Charge Nurse or RN designee. An interim RN license must be granted by the Nevada State Board of Nursing.
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