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Senior Finance Director

Senior Finance Director

Summary of Responsibilities:

The Senior Finance Director is responsible for directing the fiscal functions of the organization in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and other regulatory and advisory organizations and in accordance with management techniques and practices appropriate within the industry.

Supervisor Responsibility: This position is responsible for the direct supervision of the all employees in the billing and finance department.

Reports to: Executive Director

Skills:

  • Knowledge of accounting, finance, statistical analyses and general business administration
  • Skill in compiling and presenting information to groups
  • Skill in policy and procedure development
  • Skill in preparing general ledgers, financial reports and cost analysis
  • Ability to direct the work of others
  • Ability to create, balance and analyze budgets
  • Computer literate
  • Skilled in the management of telephone and desktop operations

Responsibilities & Functions:

  • Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the organization’s fiscal function and performance.
  • Participate in the development of the organization’s plans and programs as a strategic partner.
  • Evaluate and advise on the impact of long-range planning, introduction of new programs/strategies and regulatory action.
  • Develop credibility for the finance department by providing timely and accurate financial reports and financial trends, including preparation of financial statements and projects. Coordinates financial reporting required by the CRH Finance Committee and the Board of Directors.
  • Enhance and/or develop, implement and enforce policies and procedures of the organization by way of systems that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the corporation.
  • Establish credibility throughout the organization and with the Board of Directors as an effective developer of solutions to business challenges.
  • Provide technical financial advice and knowledge to others within the financial discipline.
  • Directs the budget process coordinating with department leaders, by providing reports and summaries as needed for internal and external audits, conducting expense analysis, providing input and recommendations.
  • Continual improvement of the budgeting process through education of department managers on financial issues impacting department budgets.
  • Provide strategic financial input and leadership on decision making issues affecting the organization; i.e., evaluation of potential alliances acquisitions and/or mergers and pension funds and investments.
  • Optimize the handling of bank and deposit relationships and initiate appropriate strategies to enhance cash position.
  • Develop a reliable cash flow projection process and reporting mechanism that includes minimum cash threshold to meet operating needs.
  • Responsible for the renewal all current contracts and oversight.
  • Responsible for the oversight, negotiation and RFP process of all new contracts into which the corporation may enter.
  • Evaluate the finance division structure and team plan for continual improvement of the efficiency and effectiveness of the group as well as provide individuals with professional and personal growth with emphasis on opportunities (where possible) of individuals.
  • Maintains the confidentiality of employee, patient/client and agency information at all times.
  • Accepts and performs other related duties and responsibilities as are required.

Physical Requirements:

Ability to lift up to twenty pounds maximum and occasionally lift or carries small items (files, manuals, binders), bend, reach, stand, walk, concentrate and pay close attention to detail.            

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required with 10 years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Ability to self-train and train others on software applications
  • Ability to handle multiple interruptions while working
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of general office equipment and maintenance
  • Familiarity with software installation, network security and back-up procedures
  • Strong organizational skills and be detail oriented
  • Able to project a professional image and make a good impression in all contact with the public and clients/families
  • Maintains the confidentiality of employee, patient/client and agency information at all times
  • Accepts and performs other related duties and responsibilities as required

Additional qualifications:

  • Complete hospice orientation
  • Be in agreement with the hospice concept of care
  • Be flexible and able to work on several projects simultaneously
  • Be able to work harmoniously with many different types of individuals and groups
  • Advances knowledge and skills; attends in-services and workshops as appropriate
  • An ability to cope with the stress of continual loss

FLSA Status: Exempt full-time position as classified under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Other Duties:

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Please send resume and cover letter to:  HR@compassregionalhospice.org

Editorial Intern

Editorial Intern

Do you like writing? Do you like cubicles? Do you like the oxford comma (please say yes)?

What’s Up? Wants You!

What’s Up? Media is looking for an Editorial Intern. This is a 12–20 hours per week unpaid internship.

Objectives include learning the following skills:

  • Production and workflow management
  • Editorial Research
  • Creative Writing
  • Digital Copywriting
  • Community Outreach
  • Client Relations Skills and Business Acumen

Necessary computer skills include: Microsoft Word, Excel, and efficient typing. Familiarity with Dropbox, and Web Site Hosting platforms.

This internship supports the Editorial Department with data entry of fact checked events information with correct style/formatting, spelling, and grammar. This job is perfect for a student or recent grad studying English, Creative Writing, or Journalism. If you have a flair for writing and an eye for detail, this position allows for creativity in writing blog posts, event announcements, and other ~super cool~ writing assignments.

Please email the following documents (Cover Letter, Resume, and Writing Sample) for consideration to Entertainment Editor, Cate Reynolds at creynolds@whatsupmag.com and Community Editor, Caley Breese at cbreese@whatsupmag.com with the Email Subject Line: What’s Up? Media Intern Candidate. No phone calls, please. Thank you!

Contributing Writer: Food & Dining

Contributing Writer: Food & Dining

What’s Up? Media is seeking qualified writers to cover the local dining scene, specifically writing restaurant dining reviews and interviews with local chefs and culinary ownership. We are actively growing our coverage of the dining scene, especially on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

Qualified writers will possess a culinary background of a professional caliber and demonstrate exemplary writing skills. We prefer our writers to live within the area of primary coverage, which includes: Anne Arundel, Queen Anne’s, Kent, Caroline, Talbot, and Dorchester counties.

As a contributing writer, you will be contracted on a freelance basis per assignment and expected to attend editorial meetings as determined by the editorial director.

To introduce yourself, please send a brief cover letter, resume, and three writing samples to editor@whatsupmag.com with the subject line “Dining Writer”

Contributing Editor – Home Design & Décor

Contributing Editor – Home Design & Décor

Do you have a passion for home design, architecture, décor, exterior landscaping, and real estate? And do you absolutely love conceptualizing articles; pulling all the pieces together to create compelling packages of content to share with a smart, upscale readership?

If you’re saying “yes,” then you might be the person that What’s Up? Media—publisher ofWhat’s Up? AnnapolisWhat’s Up? Eastern ShoreWhat’s Up? West County, and What’s Up? Weddings—would like to meet and discuss the possibility of joining our team as a contributing editor.

In the role of Contributing Editor—Home Design & Décor, you will be challenged with the following responsibilities: writing/developing five-to-ten articles of varying length per month for the “Home & Garden” department of our magazines; covering interior and exterior trends, and the local real estate market; developing leads and site visits of extraordinary homes for potential coverage; engaging national and  local vendors to source content ideas; and enhancing all content reach via online activity (blogging) and social media avenues.

This contracted position is part-time (estimated 30 hours per month) and 90% telecommute (work-at-home), with several required office meetings per month. You’ll report to and collaborate with the Editorial Director and Publisher to maintain a consistent and relevant editorial plan for the articles.

A keen knowledge of our region and demographic—Annapolis, Eastern Shore, and the Chesapeake Bay region as a whole—is necessary.

Please send a cover letter explaining your qualifications and at least three writing samples to Editor@whatsupmag.com with a subject line of “Home Editor.”

Contributing Editor – Health and Beauty

Contributing Editor – Health and Beauty

Do you have a passion for health, wellness, fitness, nutrition, and beauty? And do you absolutely love conceptualizing articles; pulling all the pieces together to create compelling packages of content to share with a smart, upscale readership?

If you’re saying “yes,” then you might be the person that What’s Up? Media—publisher of What’s Up? AnnapolisWhat’s Up? Eastern ShoreWhat’s Up? West County, and What’s Up? Weddings—would like to meet and discuss the possibility of joining our team as a contributing editor.

In the role of Contributing Editor—Health & Beauty, you will be challenged with the following responsibilities: writing/developing five-to-ten articles of varying length per month for the “Health & Beauty” department of our magazines; covering medical and wellness trends, and the local market of services and products; developing leads and researching expert sources for potential coverage; engaging national and  local vendors to source content ideas; and enhancing all content reach via online activity (blogging) and social media avenues.

This contracted position is part-time (estimated 30 hours per month) and 90% telecommute (work-at-home), with several required office meetings per month. You’ll report to and collaborate with the Editorial Director and Publisher to maintain a consistent and relevant editorial plan for the articles.

A keen knowledge of our region and demographic—Annapolis, Eastern Shore, and the Chesapeake Bay region as a whole—is necessary.

Please send a cover letter explaining your qualifications and at least three writing samples toEditor@whatsupmag.com with a subject line of “Health Editor.”

Land Survey Field Technician

Land Survey Field Technician

McCrone Engineers-Surveyors has an immediate opening in our Elkton and Salisbury offices for an experienced Land Survey Field Technician to join our team.  Qualified candidates will work with a team that performs Boundary Surveys, Topographic Surveys, ALTA Surveys, and Construction Layout.

Primary Responsibilities Include:

  • Ability to execute field staking and work outside year round
  • Providing assistance to Surveyor in regards to layout and measurements
  • Maintain survey field supply inventory
  • Maintenance/preparation of equipment and vehicle
  • Operation of GPS, Total Station, and Data Collectors
  • Ability to learn quickly and accept new responsibilities as experience is gained

Specific Requirements include:

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • 3 – 5 years of field survey experience preferred
  • Strong math skills
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Ability to lift at least 50 lbs several times a day
  • Associates Degree in Land Surveying or related is a plus

Apply through our website at www.mccrone-engineering.com or send resume via email to kpalmer@mccrone-engineering.com.

Case Supervisor

Case Supervisor

Case Supervisor

Education and Experience:

  • A minimum  of  a  Bachelor’s  degree  in  psychology,  social  work,  or  a directly related field;
  • A minimum of two years in the professional work force where utilization of oral and written communication skill are necessary; two years’ field experience in child abuse/neglect or a closely related

Responsibilities:

  • Trains, supervises, and guides Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteers in making assessments and recommendations regarding the best interest of children under the protection of the court due to abuse, neglect, abandonment, or their parents’ inability to care for
  • Consults with volunteers on the nature and progress of their cases, providing support, structure, and guidance, including assistance with the preparation and dissemination of court reports;
  • Enforces confidentiality requirements as determined by the Board of Directors, Maryland CASA, and National CASA;
  • Works with the Executive Director (ED) and the Assistant Director (AD) in maintaining contacts with the court system, social service agencies, and other pertinent organizations;
  • Maintains accurate case and volunteer-related statistics and assists the AD and ED in preparing quarterly and annual reports;
  • Attends court hearings, and other meetings as necessary, with or on behalf of CASA volunteers;
  • Must be dedicated to CASA of the Mid-Shore and strictly follow policies, regulations, and guidelines as set forth by the Board of Directors;
  • Provides assistance to the ED and AD as necessary; performs other duties as

Hours are negotiable.

CASA of the Mid-Shore is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please send resume to Kay Lister at kl@casamidshore.org.

Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Technician

Installation, Maintenance, & Repair Technician

Talkie Communications in Chestertown is expanding and is hiring teammates for their fiber optic install, maintenance and repair team!!

Talkie Communications is seeking Full Time Installation, Maintenance & Repair (IMR) Technician in Chestertown, Maryland to join our Service Delivery Team. IMR Technicians are responsible for installation maintenance and repair of High-Speed Fiber Optic Services out to our subscribers.

This is a mid-level position and our ideal candidate should have prior telecommunications experience and love working with their hands and enjoy working with people. We will also consider entry level applicants who show the desire to learn and grow.

What You’ll Do:

  • Serve as an IMR technician, while handling both the initial installation to all customer premises maintenance and repair calls supporting our service delivery business.
  • Troubleshoot on-site connectivity issues.
  • Work closely with our internal Network support team and Outside Plant team, which consists of a mid-sized group working in a casual, yet fast-paced environment.
  • Provide good office etiquette, effective communication and team-working skills.
  • Install Fiber Optic Services from the Terminal to end user and complete the customer service Activation with extended in home and business requirements to meet all customer needs.

Must-haves:

  • 1-2 Years of Relevant Telecommunications installation experience in copper, coax and fiber system.
  • Ability to work On Call Rotation, Weekends and Holidays and Emergency Call Out as Required.
  • Clean DMV record.
  • Ability to think logically and problem solve.
  • Friendly, can do attitude.
  • Eagerness to learn.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.
  • Personal integrity and strong work ethic.
  • Previous experience with DSL, Fiber, Telco or home internal wiring is a plus, but not essential. Talkie provides paid employee training programs.

To apply for this position, please send your resume to: jobs@talkiefiber.com

Bookkeeper/Secretary/Assistant

Bookkeeper/Secretary/Assistant

Local professional office in need of a part time (10-20 hours per week – flexible) bookkeeper/secretary/assistant.  Computer skills required.  Send inquiries to hainquiry@yahoo.com.

Director of Finance

Director of Finance

The Director of Finance reports to the Head of School.

The Director of Finance will oversee the responsibilities of the business office, including, but not limited to, the school’s business manager. The Director of Finance reports to the Head of School and is a member of the school’s Administrative team. This is a 12-month position that follows the Academic Calendar during the school year with a modified schedule during the summer months.

Compensation is based on experience with benefits.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Finance

  • Work with Head of School and the Board to stabilize and grow Radcliffe Creek School by formulating strategies and plans
  • Formulation of annual budgets and targets
  • Review of accounts and investigation of variances then setting recovery plans
  • Provide monthly updates to the Board and work in conjunction with the Head of School and the Finance Committee to analyze financial trends,
  • Prepare the yearly operating budget for Board approval. This will be accomplished in concert with the Head of School and the Finance Committee
  • Establish a plan and schedule for the preparation of the annual budget that will permit the setting of the succeeding year’s tuition at a Board of Trustees meeting early in the calendar year.
  • Maintain communication with investment firms and track all school investments.

Accounting

  • Use standard accounting and bookkeeping procedures, to keep an accurate continuous record of the cash and financial position of the school and manage the financial operation of the school so that the institution remains financially stable.
  • Prepare a monthly operating statement for the Head of School and the Board of Trustees.
  • Provide a monthly report of expenditures for use of each individual budget center within the school.
  •  Review and oversee all state and federal filings and prompt payment to state and federal agencies
  • Oversee all school purchasing, payables and receivables (including those that are past due).
  • Manage input to payroll process to insure accuracy to approved compensation levels, deductions, etc., and prompt reporting and payment to state and federal agencies.
  • Provide for the securing of an annual audit of the school’s financial records and financial positions.
  • Oversee all school purchasing, financial investments, banking activities, payroll and benefits programs.
  • Prepare and expedite all bank deposits
  • Conduct monthly bank reconciliation.

Admissions and Enrollment

  • Assist the Head of School with family reports from School and Student Services regarding financial assistance information
  • Consult with the Head of School on re-enrollment contracts and financial assistance
  • Register families with Tuition Management Services once the student enrollment contract has been received by the school, signed by parents and signed by the Head of School
  • Arrange invoicing of tuition contracts that will be serviced by the school
  • Oversee and manage the collection of tuition directly from parents and TMS

Human Resources

  • Provide Radcliffe employee information packets to all new hires: fingerprinting, background check, verification of citizen status, selection or waiver of benefits and all tax and deduction paperwork
  • Assist the Head of School with decisions regarding salaries and benefits for all personnel
  • Manage risk at the school to ensure the safety of personnel and students in their use of the
  • facilities and work with the Head of School and Finance Committee of the Board to maintain
  • appropriate levels of insurance to protect and to cover the liability of the school.
  • Maintain confidential and up-to-date Employee Files on each individual Radcliffe employee
  • Oversee and administer the school’s benefits programs. Prior approval will be required from the Finance Committee of the Board and the Head of School of the School
  • Oversee TIAA-CREF retirement funds
  • Schedule annual meeting for Health Insurance, School Insurance; Liability on Property , Supplemental Insurance, TIAA-CREF

Advancement

  • In collaboration with the Advancement staff, facilitate the accurate accounting and documentation of all gifts and grants made to the school.
  • Oversee the accurate accounting and depositing of all donations to the School.

Other

  • Support the school and its leadership
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management or Administration, Accounting, Finance or related field to Finance- Master’s degree preferred
  • Experience with Quickbooks, IT skills (Google), Excel etc,
  • Ability to work independently and as member of a team
  • Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines
  • Strong Organizational and Communication skills
  • Five or more years of experience in a supervisory role of a business environment

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to info@radcliffecreekschool.org

Director of Admissions and Marketing

Director of Admissions and Marketing

A part-time position, responsible for implementing all marketing and admissions strategies for Radcliffe Creek School, an independent, non-profit school in Chestertown, Maryland, whose mission is to empower children in a dynamic environment that celebrates unique learning.

Radcliffe Creek features a K-8 program and also a preschool, Little Creek, which includes programs for children from infancy through pre-kindergarten.

The responsibilities of the Director of Admissions and Marketing include:

Admissions and Marketing

  • Responsible for recruitment and enrollment of children in Radcliffe’s kindergarten through eighth-grade program. Implement all aspects of the school’s admissions program including serving as a contact for prospective families, overseeing tours and visiting students, and enrollment of new students.
  • Oversee internal and external marketing, communications, advertising, and public relations activities. This includes the school’s social media accounts, website, and mobile app.
  • Responsible for design and development of all collateral material including brochures, advertising, postcards, banners, annual reports, newsletters, and more.

Other Responsibilities

  • Work with the Head of School, faculty, staff, and Board of Trustees in pursuing the long-term and strategic objectives of Radcliffe Creek School.
  • Working collaboratively with the Parent Teacher Committee to advance the mission of that organization.
  • Providing general administrative support as necessary.

Education/Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree with at least 5-10 years experience in admissions, marketing, and communications.
  • Computer skills including Adobe Photoshop and InDesign as well as knowledge of Constant Contact, Donor Perfect, and Wix not required but preferred.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to info@radcliffecreekschool.org

Director of Development

Director of Development

A part-time position, responsible for implementing all fundraising strategies for Radcliffe Creek School, an independent, non-profit school in Chestertown, Maryland, whose mission is to empower children in a dynamic environment that celebrates unique learning.

Radcliffe Creek features a K-8 program and also a preschool, Little Creek, which includes programs for children from infancy through pre-kindergarten.

The responsibilities of the Director of Development  include:

  • Develop a comprehensive fundraising strategy, including annual giving, major donor solicitation and stewardship, foundation solicitations and grant requests, and corporate giving.
  • Orchestrate donor cultivation, recognition and stewardship activities.
  • Maintain accurate records, including donor database management.
  • Organize and implement the annual Run for Radcliffe, including all marketing and fundraising for the event.
  • Work to create new opportunities and funding avenues for Radcliffe Creek School.

Other Responsibilities

  • Work with the Head of School, faculty, staff, and Board of Trustees in pursuing the long-term and strategic objectives of Radcliffe Creek School.
  • Working collaboratively with the Parent Teacher Committee to advance the mission of that organization.
  • Providing general administrative support as necessary.

Education/Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree with at least 5-10 years experience in fundraising
  • Computer skills including Adobe Photoshop and InDesign as well as knowledge of Constant

Contact, Donor Perfect, and Wix not required but preferred.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to info@radcliffecreekschool.org

Lead Three’s Teacher

Lead Three’s Teacher

Title: Lead Three’s Teacher

Posted Date: 10/8/18

Job Category: Preschool Teacher- Senior Staff

Department: Little Creek at Radcliffe Creek School

Position Status: Full-Time Staff, 10 month or 12-month employment options

Hours Per Week: 40-45

Required Documents: Cover Letter, Resume/Portfolio

 

Position Summary

The Lead Three’s Teacher is responsible for co-teaching in all aspects of the classroom operations, including planning and implementing a high-quality, developmentally-appropriate early childhood program using the Investigator’s Club curriculum and Little Creek teaching methods; conducting an assessment of the children; and training and supervising the Assistant Teacher and student interns working in the classroom. The Three’s Teacher is responsible for communicating with and establishing partnerships with parents and serves as a positive, professional, and effective member of the Little Creek Staff.

Job Duties and Responsibilities

Planning and Implementation

  • Plan, develop, and implement the daily lesson plan to support children and meet the objectives of the Investigators Club Curriculum, as well as the Little Creek’s multisensory, hands on, themed based learning.
  • Maintain  rating and credentialing rating to ensure that Little Creek achieves a Level 5 rating in the MD EXCELS program and Accreditation Program
  • Prepare and maintain the classroom learning environment with varied and engaging activities, interest centers, and materials.

Communication

  • Respond to parent inquiries concerning the progress of children
  • Provide frequent verbal and written feedback to parents about their child’s learning and education training
  • Provide daily progress reports through e-mail or text messaging using the Kid’s Reports
  • Disseminate newsletters, calendars, weekly blurbs and other announcements using Kid’s Reports
  • Attend meetings with the director when needed, and attend staff meetings, orientations, trainings, and open houses

Assessment

  • Score and review ASQ developmental screenings
  • Conduct formal parent-teacher conferences at the end of each semester and on an as-needed basis during the year
  • Maintain portfolios, which include weekly observations, one weekly anecdotal observation, photos of the children participating in various activities, and  2-3 art samples per marking period

Training and Supervision

  • Train and supervise the Assistant Teachers, interns, and volunteers on the policies and procedures for a safe and healthy learning environment for preschoolers
  • Supervise the completion of daily tasks assigned
  • Supervise interactions of staff members with children, parents, and other staff members

Special Needs Consultation

  • Confer with the director, parents, staff, and learning support specialist, or speech and or occupational therapists concerning children with difficult or challenging behaviors or with speech/language or developmental delays

Professional Development

  • Participate in the Maryland Child Care Credential Program at a minimum of a Level 4
  • Maintain certification in First Aid and Infant/Child CPR and all mandatory MSDE Courses

Required Qualifications

  • Teaching experience in an early child care and development setting
  • Earned a bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year institution
  • Effective and strong communication, problem-solving, and priority setting skills as well as maintaining an overall positive and professional attitude /disposition
  • Proficient computer skills with the ability to operate PC and use Google Docs
  • Ability to effectively plan, organize, and implement educational activities
  • Ability to make decisions on behalf of children and protect their well-being
  • Must be able to manage confidential information
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds
  • Must be a team player, able to team teach and be flexible

Please send cover letter and resume to info@radcliffecreekschool.org

Residential Substitutes and Monitors

Residential Substitutes and Monitors

Must be dependable and able to work overnights and/or weekends. 

Prefer B.S. in Behavioral Health, Psychology, Social Work, or related field and at least two years positively referenced work history in human services field.

Live-in position-  Must be able to work overnight and/or weekend shifts.  There is the potential of having to remain at the work site during inclement weather and other unscheduled closings until relieved.

This position provides relief to full-time residential staff and person-centered support in a team environment to consumers in the Residential Rehabilitation Program on an as-needed basis. The focus is on teaching skills and accessing resources for recovery and independent living. It includes daily monitoring of consumers’ self-administration of medications, providing needed transportation, meeting productivity measures and daily documentation requirements.

Residential Associates

Residential Associates

Growing behavioral health organization seeks qualified applicants for residential positions. Must be dependable and able to work independently.

INDUSTRY: Private, Non-Profit.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

Prefer B.S. in Behavioral Health, Psychology, Social Work, or related field and at least two years positively referenced work history in human services field.

SCHEDULE:

Tuesday through Friday, 1.p.m.-9.p.m., Saturday, 8.a.m.- 4.p.m.

This schedule includes working holidays, unless specific holiday leave has been requested and granted, according to policy. It also includes the potential of remaining at the work site during inclement weather and other unscheduled closings until relieved.

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position provides person-centered support in a team environment to consumers in the Residential Rehabilitation Program. The focus is on teaching skills and accessing resources for recovery and independent living. It includes daily monitoring of consumers’ self-administration of medications, providing needed transportation, meeting productivity measures and daily documentation requirements.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Mental health and/or psychiatric rehabilitation experience and/or knowledge sufficient to understand consumer needs.
  • Interpersonal skills sufficient to establish productive working relationships.
  • Demonstrate ability to teach independent living skills.
  • Physical mobility and dexterity to manage the environment in the event of an emergency.
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 30 pounds.
  • Read, write, and speak English well enough to communicate with others and maintain documentation in accordance with agency and accreditation standards.
  • Computer skills sufficient to enter the required data and documentation.
  • Pass the agency’s background check.
  • Clean driving record to support insurability by the agency’s insurance carrier.
  • Valid driver’s license and ability to drive legally and safely transport consumers in own vehicle if needed.
  • Work related use of a vehicle carrying minimum of 100/300/50 liability insurance.
  • Possession of CPR/First Aid certification.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Assist consumers to develop resources needed to promote recovery and resiliency and life skills necessary for independent living.In conjunction with the team, assist consumers in meeting their goals.
  • Monitor and document consumers’ self-administration of medications according to agency policy.
  • Meet agency productivity standards specific to the position.
  • Utilize computerized database(s) or other procedures as required to submit accurate, timely and professional documentation of services in accordance with agency policies, regulations and accreditation standards.
  • Provide transportation for consumers.
  • Assume responsibility for a healthy and safe environment and routine maintenance of the residence.

General Manager

General Manager

The Holiday Inn Express in Chestertown is looking for a General Manager.

The responsibilities for this 80 room hotel include:

Management of approximately 25 associates

Payroll/AR/AP

Ordering supplies

Excellent customer service to our guests

Managing the room inventory in the IHG computer system

Psychiatrist/Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Psychiatrist/Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Busy behavioral health organization seeks applicants for Psychiatrist/Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner PT/FT for mobile treatment team and clinic locations. Generous benefits package for eligible positions. Salary commensurate with experience. Please forward resumes to resume@crmhsinc.com To learn more about Corsica River Mental Health Services, Inc, visit our website at www.crmhsinc.com EOE

Residential Associate

Residential Associate

Growing behavioral health agency seeks  a Residential Associate – FT- Chestertown and Centreville, MD Responsible for assisting adults with independent skill development in the residence. 7 days on/7 days off, including overnights & every other weekend. Prefer B.S. in Behavioral Health, Psychology, Social Work, or related field and at least two years positively referenced work history in human services field or equivalent combination of education and work experience. View full job description at www.ccinconline.com. Attractive benefits package. Position requires clean driving & background records. Please email resumes to cci@ccinconline.com. E.O.E.

Kennel Technician – Full time

Kennel Technician – Full time

The Humane Society of Kent County MD is looking for a full-time Kennel Technician. Duties include cleaning dog and cat kennels, dog walking, socialization, and assisting with the general care of shelter animals. Must be available to work weekends and some holidays. Must be reliable, hard-working, and able to work at a fast pace. Background check and pre-employment drug test required. Must have valid driver’s license and transportation. Please email resume to sappel@kenthumane.org, fax to 410-778-7371, or mail to 10720 Augustine Herman Hwy, Chestertown, MD 21620.

Part Time Public Works Employee

Part Time Public Works Employee

The Town of Betterton is seeking a Part Time Public Works Employee. This position will be for 20 +/- hours per week. Requirements include: A valid CDL Maryland’s Driver’s License with a current DOT Physical card; equipment operating experience; physically able to lift 75 lbs.; and do manual labor such as lawn mowing, trimming, and shoveling. Interested persons may submit a resume to the Betterton Town Office, 100 Main Street, P.O. Box 339, Betterton. The Town of Betterton is an “Equal Opportunity Employer”.