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  • 1. WEEKLY JOB POSTINGS February 17, 2009 PUBLISHED BY THE REGIONAL LDS EMPLOYMENT RESOURCE CENTER More information about some jobs may be available at 301-736-9550 Directions: Locate desired job in left column, then turn to corresponding employer number in attached postings Jobs Employer Number Jobs Employer Number Accounting/Finance/Auditor 10, 41, 64 IT (Continued) 60, 64, 65, 67, 71, 72, 73, 93 Adecco 30 Job Fairs 2, 3 Admin. Support/Clerical 8, 10, 12, 27, 39, 76, 77 Landscape/Nursery 12, 80 Admin. Support/Clerical 92, 93 Language Skills/Bilingual, Signing 30, 31, 97 Air Traffic Controller School 45 Law Enforce/Fire-EMT 93 Analyst/ Consultant/Advisor 10, 16, 33, 34, 35, 75, 81 Managerial/Supervisor/Project 11, 12, 24, 28, 30, 31, 32, 33, 36, 38 Analyst/Consultant/Advisor 89, 94, 98, 99 Managerial/Supervisor/Project 41, 42, 44, 55, 58, 59, 60, 65, 69, 70 Architect 60 Managerial/Supervisor/Project 73, 74, 75, 79, 82, 93, 97 Bakery/Cook /Food Service 24, 37 Marketing 28, 58, 61, 65, 71, 94 Barber/Beautician 24 Maintenance/Equipment Operator 12, 93 Business 8, 30, 32, 55, 58, 59, 68, 71 Mechanic/Installation/Repair 93 Capitol Hill/Gov’t Affairs/Policy 21, 22, 40, 41, 43, 48, 49, 50, 51 Nanny/Care Giver/Animal Care 4, 13, 14, 15 Capitol Hill/Gov’t Affairs/Policy 76, 84, 85, 86, 87 Non-Profit 18, 65, 88 Communications/Linguist/Media 12, 18, 55, 61, 62, 65, 71 Parks & Recreation 12, 26, 29 Communications/Linguist/Media 73, 76, 79, 90, 94, 97, 98, 99 Part-time/Temp./Hourly 4, 13, 14, 17, 18, 27, 29, 31, 36 Contracts/Proposals 28, 44, 79 Part-time/Temp./Hourly 39, 80, 93 Counselor 42, 93 Philanthropy 88 Custodian/Housekeeper Plant or Factory Operators 24, 80 Educational Training/Trainer 1, 96 Plumbers/HVAC Electrician/Electronics/Welders Public Relations/Policy/Planner 12, 31, 40, 51, 52, 55, 60, 79, 86, 93 Engineers 8, 10, 30, 56, 57, 69, 72, 90, 93 Research 20, 23, 62 Environment, Agriculture 53, 79 Resident/Commercial Cleaning Executive/Administrator/Director 28, 30, 40, 44, 48-49, 50, 53, 58 Sales/Retail/Representatives 24, 30, 36, 66, 67 Executive/Administrator/Director 62, 68, 71, 83, 85, 91, 93, 95 Security/Public Safety 28, 63, 93 Fairfax County 26, 29, 93 Social/Human Services /Sciences 89, 93, 99 FBI hiring 6 Summer programs/HS Students 96 Finance 37, 64, 78, 82 Teacher/Tutor/Day Care 31 Health/Medical/Nutrition/Dental 24, 40, 47, 81, 87, 93, 98, 99 Therapeutic Rec. Leaders 26 International 16, 79, 81, 82, 83 Transportation/Delivery/Driver 10, 11, 30, 37, 38, 93 International 89, 94, 95, 97, 98, 99 US Census Centers 5, 7 Internships/Scholarships 17, 18, 19, 20-23 Video editing/filming 17 IT 1, 10, 28, 30, 31, 32- 35, 37 Websites 61, 65, 70, 75 IT (Continued) 38, 41, 44, 46, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59 Writer/Editor/Proofreader 9, 54 Two Day Career Workshop Tuesday, March 10 – Wednesday, March 11, 2009 - 9am-3pm each day (Must attend both days) Workshop to be held at the LDS EMPLOYMENT RESOURCE CENTER 7979 Penn-Randall Place, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 BRING A SACK LUNCH Please CALL to make reservations – 301-736-9550 1
  • 2. Special Notice When there are notices of extraordinary events or we identify web sites of special interest, we will list them in this section. WASHINGTON DC JOBS AND JOB-SEEKER EMPLOYMENT RESOURCES The Washington DC-based EmploymentGuide.com is the leading job board for hourly, skilled, full-time and part-time jobs in Washington DC. The Washington DC EmploymentGuide.com job board has provided an optimum combination of hiring solutions and listings of Washington DC jobs across numerous job industries nationwide. Our focus is on hourly and skilled jobs, from entry- level to mid-management employment opportunities. In addition to our online job board, The Employment Guide® distributes a print publication in over 75 major US cities. This offers job seekers another convenient way to search for local job opportunities. The jobs listed below are just a sample of the over 800 jobs which came up this week when we went to this site. For full information on these listings and over 800 more, go to the full web site at WashingtonDC.EmploymentGuide.comC RESTAURANT SERVERS - Silver Diner - Reston - Full-Time SENIOR SALES OPERATIONS MANAGER - Randstad North America - Silver Spring - Full-Time SECURITY OFFICERS - Guardsmark Inc - Ellicott City - Full-Time DISPATCHER - VeoliaTransportation Dulles - Sterling - Full-Time EXECUTIVE ASSISTANTS NEEDED IN WASHINGTON DC AREA - True Response Staffing - Washington - Full-Time SECURITY GUARDS/SECURITY OFFICERS/SECURITY POSITIONS - Securitas Security Services USA - Frederick- Full- Time RECREATION ADVISOR - Potomac Job Corps Center - Washington - Full-Time ASSISTANT STORE MANAGER WASHINGTON, DC - Family Dollar Operations, Inc - Washington - Full-Time BUS DRIVERS - Williams Bus Line Inc - Springfield - Full-Time BUS DRIVER - Fairfax County Public Schools - Falls Church - Full-Time Federal Job Listings are available in A FEDERAL DIGEST, which is printed and sent to our Employment Resource Center in Upper Marlboro, every two weeks. If you would like to look at the Digest you may come into the Resource Center. It may also be available in local Book Stores. This is an excellent job source for Federal part-time – temporary and full-time positions MARYLAND ONLINE GED PREPARATION CLASSES - Don’t wait! Get started today on your high school diploma! Available Free, Anytime, Anywhere You Have Access To the Internet. Maryland GED-i is a free, teacher-supported online learning program for GED test preparation offered to learners who are: Maryland residents – At least 16 years old – Officially out of school – Able to demonstrate minimum 9th grade reading and math skills – Comfortable using the Internet – Able to commit to a session of up to 15 weeks. Visit www.mdged-i.org to learn more about Maryland GED-i and to submit your application. *PLUMBERS AND GASFITTERS APPRENTICESHIP* Sponsored by the Washington, D.C. Plumbers Local Union #5 – Joint Plumbing Apprentice Committee - Located at: 8509 Ardwick-Ardmore Road – Landover, Maryland 20785 (Close to the New Carrolton Metro Station) Serving Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia for over 50 years. HOW DO YOU APPLY? Apply in Person on one of the following Dates: April 7, 2009 ~ July 7, 2009 - Between the Hours of 7:00 AM and 12:00 noon. Be sure to bring with you your Birth Certificate or Passport and a Valid Driver’s License or Valid State Issued Identification Card. You must be at Least 18 years old to Apply. Also bring your High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate ; along with an Official Transcript or your High School Grades. (This would have the school seal stamped on it or placed in a sealed envelope, unopened) or your G.E.D. Test Scores. These Four Documents are Required to make an Application. Upon successful completion of your application, you will be eligible to take an aptitude test the same day starting at 1:00 pm with a maximum time limit of 4:00 pm. The STARTING WAGE for a First Year Apprentice is $17.03 an hour with increases each year until completion. Not included in this hourly wage is an excellent Medical Plan, Pension Plan and Retirement Savings Plan. EARN WHILE YOU LEARN For Questions About the Application Call: 301-322-8810 Visit our Web Sites at www.ua.org or www.causegmw.org or log onto local5plumbers.org to view our new 6 min. apprentice information video. THERE WILL BE A $20.00 APPLICATION FEE. PAYABLE BY CASH OR MONEY ORDER. 2
  • 3. ATTENTION: The following is a great resource for INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES WITHIN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE AND LAW STUDENTS. This information was provided by federal departments and agencies due to Congressman Mel Watt from North Carolina. For further information: www.watt.house.gov/internshiplistings.asp Questions about internship opportunities in specific areas of the country should be addressed to the local personnel office. The list of personal offices is found at http://www.ba.ssa.gov/careers/nearestyou.htm PAYING FOR COLLEGE --- STUDENT RESOURCE GUIDE This Resource Guide includes Scholarships, Internships, Fellowships, Books and Websites which are available throughout the United States. Scholarship information is always being updated, therefore, please check each scholarship for current updates. Scholarships are listed by monthly deadlines. This Guide is the courtesy of U.S. Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard (Congressional District 34-California). Please check www.house.gov/roybal-allard/ to learn more about this valuable information. METRO-DC DIVERSITY EMPLOYMENT EXPOSITION - Date: March 17, 2009 - Time:10 AM - 3 PM - Facility: FedEx Field Clubhouse Level Concourse - 1600 Fed Ex Way - Landover, MD 20785 - E-mail Contact: teidra.delacoudray@employmentguide.com - Contact Phone # (703) 730-4239. Description: The areas largest diversity job fair. Free Admission with professionally dressed job candidates with resumes; Free Parking; Free Resume Screening Available by Anointed Words. We expect over 60 employers who seek candidates to fill positions in various industries with varied levels of experience. Hosted by EmploymentGuide.com, HealthCareerWeb.com, WiserWorker.com, and CareersInGear.com. In Partnership with Fairfax County Skill Source Center, Montgomery Works, and the Prince Georges County Economic Development Corporation. Candidates can register at the event prior to entry into the job fair. 1. GREAT OPPORTUNITY: PLEASE PASS THIS INFO ON TO ANY UPCOMING GRADS OR ANYONE WITHIN THAT AGE RANGE THAT IS INTERESTED IN AN IT CAREER. FREE IT TRAINING for 18-24 year olds who live in the DC, MD, or VA. If you know anyone with a high school diploma or a GED who are between the ages of 18-24 yrs old and have an interest in IT, refer them to this site http://www.yearup.org to learn more about this free program. This program asks for a 1 year commitment between the hours of 8:30 am and 5:00 pm. They provide the student with a stipend and after six months, internships at companies such as Freddie Mac and AOL to name a few. 2. TECHEXPO TOP SECRET - FEBRUARY JOB FAIR IN MD - Don't miss February's hiring event for security-cleared professionals. TECHEXPO Top Secret February 18th in Baltimore, MD at the BWI Marriott. Interview with the industry's leading companies for your exciting new career in Information Technology, Engineering, Aerospace, Telecom, Project Management, Intelligence, Operations, Homeland Security, Research & more. For details visit: http://www.TechExpoUSA.com 3. DEFENSE – TECHNOLOGY – INTELLIGENCE - 2009 JOB FAIR Susquehanna Workforce Network, Inc. Thursday, March 19th - 2:00 – 6:00 PM - Ripken Stadium – 873 Long Drive, Aberdeen, MD 21001. More than 25 Employers Expected. Free Admission – No Registration Required. Keys for Job Fair Success: Dress Professionally - Research Companies - Bring extra Resumes - Prepare to complete Applications - Refresh Interview Skills - Network! Technical skills will include the following but not limited to: ordnance, chemical/biological, encryption and communications specialist, satellite communications, information systems security, physical security, homeland security, analysis, linguists, intelligence specialists as well as Information Technology professionals. Additional Information: 410-939-4240 List of participating employers can be found at www.swnetwork.org 4. In Northern Virginia there is a continuing need for persons interested in PROVIDING ELDER CARE. Bro. Mike Peterson’s Company. Elder Helper, is continuing to grow and continues to need part or full time folks to work with the elderly. Experience working with the elderly is important. Please contact Dee at 703-277-9872. This is an ongoing need, not a one time opening. 5. THE 2010 U.S. CENSUS - A GREAT WAY TO EARN EXTRA MONEY – The U.S. Census Bureau is seeking temporary part- time office support and field staff NOW in the Mid-Atlantic area for the 2010 Census. These jobs are excellent for retirees, college students, persons who want to work part-time, persons who are between jobs, or just about anyone who wants to earn extra money while performing an important service for their community. All census takers must be able to speak English, but bilingual skills in English and other languages are needed in communities that have a large number of residents who speak a language other than English. Thousands of census takers are needed to update address lists and conduct interviews with community residents. The web site that potential applicants may review for a description of the jobs being offered by the U.S. Census Bureau is: www.2010CensusJobs.gov. Hiring will begin in Feb. 2009 and continue for different phases through May 2010. All jobs are temporary and most will be part-time. The duration of each phase of the 2010 Census will be between five and ten (10) weeks time. The jobs offer flexible hours, a good wage, and an opportunity to work near home. Full-time and part-time positions are available --- ALL jobs are temporary. CALL NOW to start the application process. Call toll-free 1-866-861-2010. That's 1-866-861-twenty- ten.quot; Media Contact Monica L. Davis - Media Specialist-U.S. Census Bureau - (215) 717-1046 - or Monica.L.Davis@census.gov 3
  • 4. 6. FBI IS HIRING, and here are a few of the listings of categories: They are looking for people with the following skills: Computers and foreign languages are at the top of the list, but they also need: Finance and accounting; Security; Intelligence analysis; Compliance and quality assurance; Training and education; Records management; Fingerprint examination; Information technology; Nursing and counseling; Physical surveillance; Electrical engineering; Physical/natural/social sciences; Administrative/clerical processes; Automotive mechanics; and Management/program analysis. Contact information: www.FBIjobs.gov TAKE SPECIAL NOTE: On February 24, 2009, the Federal Bureau of Investigation's online job application system, FBI Hiring Management, will be integrated with the Office of Personnel Management's USAJOBS website. In preparation for the integration, all currently listed FBI vacancies will close by February 13, 2009. The integration with USAJOBS will make it easier and more efficient for you to apply for Federal positions and manage your online applications. USAJOBS allows applicants to: * Create and store up to five resumes online. * Create search agents to receive email notifications for new job postings throughout the government. * Use one login to apply for jobs throughout FBI, and other Federal organizations. * Track the status of jobs you have applied for through USAJOBS in one central location. To prepare for this change and familiarize yourself with the new process, we recommend you create an account on USAJOBS (www.usajobs.opm.gov). If you have not applied for a Federal vacancy posting using USAJOBS, you will need to create a new account, consisting of personal information, user id and password, and at least one Federal resume. If you are already registered in the USAJOBS system you do not need to re-register. Once established, your USAJOBS account will enable you to post multiple resumes online, apply to other Federal jobs, and receive automated job alerts. NOTE: After February 23, 2009, the information you have in the FBI Hiring Management, including your resume, will no longer be available. In addition, new job listings will no longer be posted to this system. Tips for the USAJOBS registration process (www.usajobs.opm.gov): 1. Establish account information. On the USAJOBS website, select the MY USAJOBS option and click quot;Create Your Account Now!quot; You will first be prompted to provide contact information, establish user access information and provide citizenship and veterans' preference information. After entering this information, your new personal page will be created. Here, you can choose to create a new resume or set up email notification agents to alert you to new jobs posted to USAJOBS. 2. Create and Store a Resume To add a resume on USAJOBS, use the resume builder provided. There are four steps: Getting Started; Experience; Related Information and Finishing Up. Resumes created on USAJOBS will be centrally stored and can be used to apply for other vacancies within the Federal government. You can store up to 5 resumes on USAJOBS! Note: To copy a resume currently stored in the FBI Hiring Management system, you must first retrieve the document before February 23, 2009. You can use that data to populate your USAJOBS resume. 3. Create a Job Search Agent (Email notification) USAJOBS allows the creation of up to 10 different search agents to receive email notification of new jobs postings that may be of interest to you. These notifications can be set up to send you job postings available throughout the entire Federal government if you wish. USAJOBS email notification agent(s) will replace any notification preferences you may have set up in FBI Hiring Management. 4. Apply for jobs. After establishing your USAJOBS account and creating at least one resume, you are ready to apply for new positions. When you find a job of interest, simply login to USAJOBS and follow the instructions provided in the vacancy announcement to complete the application process! Additional information on the application process can be found at: http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/firsttimers.asp 7. The U.S. Census Bureau, 2010, is recruiting the following positions: Recruiting Assistant, Crew Leader, Assistant Crew Leader, Enumerator (These jobs are available in your area) ---- OFFICE CLERK*, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT* (These positions are only available in the following cities: Erie, Pittsburgh, Scranton, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Trenton, Camden, New Castle, Frederick, Baltimore, District of Columbia, and Seat Pleasant). Call our TOLL FREE number to be scheduled for a basic skills test: 1-866-861-2010. The Census Bureau serves as the leading source of quality data about the Nation’s people and economy. Visit our website for more information: www.census.gov/rophi/www/emply.html Also, on Channel 9 News the U.S. Census Bureau has announced that they are hiring for CENSUS TAKERS $18.00 per hour now. Anyone interested should apply at the U.S. Census Bureau or link to http://www.census.gov/2010censusjobs/index.php or www.WUSA9.com<http://www.wusa9.com/> Pass the word as many people are needing a job for the New Year or have been laid off from jobs and are looking for full-time or part-time employment. 8. NAVAIR Jobs: Career Opportunities - CONTACTS FOR EMPLOYMENT WITH NAVAIR at Pax River. Right now anybody interested in working with NAVAIR will have to go through the website http://www.navair.navy.mil/jobs/. There they can post resumes and see job vacancies. For journey level recruitment the contact here at Pax River is Tania Dawson. The recruitment office said that Tania will be creating a new program aimed specifically at bringing in journey level workers. It is also good to keep in mind that the base employs just as many BUSINESS and CLERICAL folks as it does ENGINEERS. Hope this information is useful, and feel free to contact me if you have any more questions. Tania Dawson - 301-342-6866 - tania.dawson@navy.mil 9. TRANSCRIPT EDITOR - A Washington, D.C. news transcription company seeks an experienced editor to proof political transcripts. Position also requires effective communication with and coordinating of people working from home, including feedback and oversight responsibilities. Requirements: - strong English skills and familiarity with the AP style. - excellent listening skills. attention to detail and a strong ―get the job done‖ work ethic. - fast/efficient, able to work under sometimes severe time constraints.- ability to interact effectively with and train people of various skill levels working from home. Pluses: previous experience proofreading against audio. - transcribing ability. - familiarity with political figures (Congress, administration and foreign). - knowledge of current events and news sense. - experience with Sony SoundForge. Located one block from Metro downtown. Pleasant business-casual work environment. Medical and vacation benefits provided. Salary commensurate with experience. Contact: Kirk Hanneman (khanneman@fednews.com (preferred) or 202-216-2813 4
  • 5. 10. HIGHLY SKILL TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS: There are currently 1,332 full-time positions all across the United States, and many more overseas, as well, available through my company, some of which require a security clearance, others do not require such stringent placement requirements. I will review 1-2 page resumes, which can be submitted directly to me at dbrown@caci.com, and I will forward them to our hiring manager. Most positions are for highly skilled technical and professional positions, but some are not. Some positions are currently being filled for BUS DRIVERS, ANALYST/ ENGINEERING, QC INSPECTORS, SYSTEM ANALYST, IT, ACCOUNTANT, ADMINISTRATIVE ASST II & III, and many, many more. If you have family members in other states looking for employment, have them send me their resumes. Please include email addresses on your resume. 11. Recall Americas is hiring for several different positions. The company is in the document management, data protection, and secure document destruction business. The openings are listed on Monster.com. The posted job openings are nationwide and range from LOCAL DRIVERS TO SUPERVISORS AND UPPER MANAGEMENT. Many of the jobs require high school or equivalency while others may call for graduate degrees. The corporate contact for jobs in other parts of the country is Natalie Malin- Davis in their Atlanta office. Contact information is also provided in each listing on Monster.com. or indeed.com. Recall is a growing company in a growing market and new job openings are being posted regularly 12. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AT MARYLAND PARKS & PLANNING – 6611 Kenilworth Avenue Suite #103, Riverdale, MD 20737 Office: 301-454-1411 - www.mncppc.org/job/ CONTINUOUSLY OPEN POSITIONS - Qualified applicants are retained for six months from which vacancies are filled as they occur. Interested Applicants need to apply one time during a six-month period to remain eligible. There is no deadline for applying for the positions listed below. Section VII – Continuously Open Positions - The following positions are open on a continuous basis for assignments in Montgomery County and Prince George's County. Please specify desired county on your application or resume. Applicants for Administrative Assistant positions and Park Police Communications Technician should report to the Recruitment and Selection Services, Suite #103, 6611 Kenilworth Avenue, Riverdale, MD 20737 at 2 p.m. on Monday’s or Wednesday’s except on Holidays. Directions to this location are provided on 301- 454-1401. Press 4 after the recording starts. Applicants are required to show a picture ID. Those who have previously passed the typing test should attach a copy of their test score to their application/resume. Applications/resumes that are received without appropriate typing test information will not be accepted or retained for consideration. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT – 13821 Salary: $29,909 - $51,180 Location: Montgomery and Prince George’s County – Department: Montgomery and Prince Georges County – Close Date: Continuously Open Position – Division: Montgomery and Prince George’s County. Many Positions are open for GIS SPECIALISTS -- GARDENERS -- MASTER PLANNER/PLANNING SUPERVISOR -- PARK POLICE COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIANS -- PARK POLICE OFFICER CANDIDATES -- PARK/GENERAL MAINTENANCE WORKERS -- PLANNERS. 13. I have friends who are looking for a NANNY for their 10 month old daughter. They are looking for someone who is available three days a week (probably Monday, Wednesday and Thursday) from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. There may occasionally be additional hours (such as on Tuesday or Friday) if one parent is traveling for work. They are offering $18 an hour. Their daughter is like a niece to me and is an absolute delight. If you are interested, please respond to this email and let me know your name, and telephone number. Please also let me know what experience you have with kids. Shari Rose at metalfirecracker@gmail.com 14. A NANNY position. The family is a married couple and two children, ages 4 and 7 months. The mom works from home so is usually there during the day. Victoria (The 4 year old) is wonderful - easy to get along with, happy, and plays well by herself and with her young brother. The 7 month old boy, Jonah, is also happy and easy-going. You really couldn't ask for two better kids. Victoria frequently has activities including preschool on Mondays and Wednesdays, so this lightens the load. The mom does ask that you do some housework - just tidying up, emptying the dishwasher, and sweeping and laundry once a week. She is very laid back about buying supplies you need and asking if there's food she can buy you for lunch. She has had a hard time keeping someone consistent and so will ask that her nanny commits to at least a year, for her sake and the children's. She needs coverage as follows: M: 8:30-3:30, T: 8:30-3:30, W: 8:30-3:30, R: 9-1. Her email address is: hvangroll@gmail.com and her name is Havilah Vangroll. 15. *Family Seeking FULL-TIME NANNY CARE for 2 small children in Alexandria*- We're looking for a full-time nanny to and come and care for our family on a live-out basis. We have two wonderful children, a 3 year old little girl and a 12 month old baby boy. We've had the pleasure of employing a Mormon nanny for the last 3 years who we are terribly sorry to be losing. The wonderful experience we've had with her is one we are eager to replicate over the next few years. The primary and most important aspect of this role is the providing for the safety and well-being of our two children. Ours, are high-energy, enthusiastic little kids who enjoy being stimulated, learning new skills and especially having time to just be silly. We believe in a fairly structured approach to their day to provide consistency and security. We are pretty traditional with respect to family values – we're raising them to be respectful, to have good manners, to eat 3 healthy meals (and a few treats J ) and to be kind to others. We're also very interested in someone who can focus on and nurture their respective development needs. A typical day would include providing them with breakfast, playtime and stories, lunch and naps. We also require that this individual be able to drive as our 3 year old attends a 5
  • 6. preschool program which necessitates the use of transportation to and from school several days a week. It is important to us that whomever we work with is willing to follow guidance and direction but also exudes a take-charge attitude toward the role, unafraid to generate her own ideas and observations as to the care for the children. Communication is hugely important to us – we like to know a lot of detail about our kids and their days. We'd like to work with someone who truly can partner with us, to be our eyes, ears and hearts when we cannot be at home. If you're interested, please contact Mary at 202-352-3567 or her current nanny Cheryl Ashton at 571-271-7747 (clba121004@yahoo.com). We look forward to meeting you. 16. PROGRAM EVALUATOR - CALVERTON, MD - MACRO is seeking a Program Evaluator to work on multiple international evaluation projects in the areas of child labor and basic education. Macro International Inc. (MACRO) is a professional services firm offering high quality research, management consulting and information technology services supporting business and government. Responsibilities include: coordinating evaluations around the world from our offices in Maryland; providing quality control and review of international evaluator methodologies, instruments and reports; providing technical guidance to senior managers; guiding junior staff and national-level project stakeholders in logistical planning in multiple countries. Minimal travel required. REQUIRES: M.A. in International Comparative Education, Monitoring and Evaluation or related international social science and 5+ years relevant field evaluation experience required. Knowledge of mixed-methodologies and some quantitative survey methods a plus. Excellent verbal and written communication skills needed. Knowledge of child labor or basic education evaluation desirable. MACRO offers an excellent compensation and benefits package including 401(k), profit sharing, tuition reimbursement, casual business dress, and free parking. MACRO is conveniently located in suburban Maryland at the intersection of 495/95 near the Silver Spring/Technology Corridor adjacent to Route 29, Colesville Road. EOE/M/F/V/D. TO APPLY: Send cover letter and resume to ATTN: Job Code: PE/SB via email to hrb@mmail.macrointernational.com. MACRO INTERNATIONAL INC. ATTN: PE/SB, 11785 Beltsville Drive, Calverton, MD 20705 17. A position which would be an INTERNSHIP FOR VIDEO EDITING AND VIDEO FILMING. An awesome opportunity for someone who wants to get in to something like that. This is either full or part time. Please contact Dale Franklin at dale.franklin@yahoo.com. 18. STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS INTERN (WASHINGTON, DC) - Progressive union seeks energetic strategic communications interns. This 35-hour-per-week, paid position will provide substantive communications experience as we push legislation to create jobs, help working people organize unions, engage members in activism, and provide the latest online tools to members, union leaders and staff. Required: exceptional communications skills, familiarity with online content, basic research skills, commitment to justice for working people. Send cover letter, résumé, and brief writing sample to jobs@liuna.org. Location: Washington DC Compensation: Interns are paid at an hourly rate. This is at a non-profit organization. 19. SCHOLARSHIPS & INTERNSHIPS AVAILABLE - THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION received a $5,000.00 grant from The UPS Foundation, the charitable arm of UPS (NYSE:UPS). The grant will be used toward scholarship support for disadvantaged students applicants dedicated to a career in the fields of aviation, aeronautics or aerospace. For more info—use this link: <http://www.taisf.org/> FAMU SCHOLARSHIPS - *If you have friends, daughters, granddaughters, nieces, cousins or neighbors who could benefit from this, please pass it on!* * Florida A & M University is providing an outstanding opportunity for Black women entering college in the fall of 2009. It is designed to address their absence in the field of computer technology. Dr. Jason Black is the Principal Investigator of a recently awarded $552,000 NSF GRANT ENTITLED AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN IN COMPUTER SCIENCE . The grant provides scholarships from $3,000 to $5,000 per semester for female African American students .* *We need your help to get the word out about this great opportunity to build up the enrollment of women in the CIS Department. Pass this information along to high school or community college students , their parents, and to guidance counselors you may know. The full text of the press release can be found at:* * http://www.famu.edu/index.cfm?a=headlines&p=display&news=602&archive *You can also contact Dr. Black by email at: jblack@cis.famu. Edu or (850)412-7354.* Please share this information with others! SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY has 10 FULL RIDES FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN AND WOMEN interested in Studying Architecture. Mark Robbins, Dean of Syracuse University's School of Architecture is desperately seeking young men and women of color interested in pursuing a five year professional degree in Architecture. He says he's deeply committed to bringing diversity to his field and has scholarship money set aside to fully cover education costs for 10 students. He says that Hispanic enrollment in the school has increased substantially, but it's been harder to attract Blacks. Syracuse University’s School of Architecture has a great reputation and this seems like a terrific opportunity, so please pass this on to everyone you know. Contact: Mark Robbins, Dean, School of Architecture – Phone: 315-443-2255 or email: robbinsm@syr.edu <mailto:robbinsm@syr.edu> 20. We're looking for a SPRING INTERN to do research on fall of communism, the Cold War, and the history of the Conservative Movement. This pays a little over $1000/month. Send your resumes to spencer.anderson@heritage.org 21. CAMPAIGN/PAC - Description: Terry McAuliffe is running for governor of Virginia! Gain valuable experience working in the political field. We are looking for energetic and self-motivated individuals to join our exciting Internship Program. Come join the team in all of the following areas: -Field -Political -Press - Operations -IT Qualifications * An interest in political campaigns and/or politics * Ability to be a team player and work in a fast-paced environment. * - Strong work ethic. Willingness to work evenings and 6
  • 7. weekends * Flexible team - player * Working knowledge of the Microsoft application suite. * Knowledge of Virginia is preferred. Interested candidates please email your cover letter and resume to sheila.sarem@terrymcauliffe.com. Subject: Internship - *Please specify in which departments you are interested (Field, Political, Press, Operations, IT). 22. INTERNSHIP - Employer: Congressman Zach Wamp (R-TN) - Date: Monday, January 26, 2009 - Job Type: CAPITOL HILL Description: The office of Congressman Zach Wamp (R-TN) is seeking qualified interns to fill full and part-time positions for the spring semester. Work for an energetic, results-oriented Republican and gain invaluable, career-building experience on Capitol Hill by assisting in daily Congressional office duties, helping with incoming constituent communication, and aiding legislative staff and communications director on special projects. This internship is unpaid and requires a minimum time-commitment of three half- working days per week (15 hours). To apply, please fill out the application listed on our website and send it, along with a resume to the attention of Intern Coordinator (preferably in Word format) by email to ehall@mail.house.gov or fax to: 202-225-3494. 23. INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES - RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIPS, The Campaign Finance Institute (CFI): The Campaign Finance Institute (CFI) has openings for part and full-time Research - Assistant positions. We are hiring for year round positions. This is an exciting time to be researching money in politics - fundraising totals in this election cycle are reaching an all time high and joining the CFI research team is a great opportunity to dive into the ins and outs of the U.S. election finance system head first. Research Assistants will collect and analyze data using a variety of primary and secondary sources, examining the financial activities of candidates, national parties, PACs and nonprofits. CFI’s research is cited in court cases and Congressional testimony and national media outlets such as /The New York Times/, /USA Today/, /The Washington Post/, /Wall Street Journal /and the /LA Times /to name a few. Affiliated with The George Washington University, CFI is a non-partisan research institute that conducts empirical social- scientific studies and holds public programs in the field of campaign finance. We are looking for graduate students, preferably in political science or public policy programs, with strong research and writing skills and appropriate course work. The strongest candidates will have completed some relevant course work and possess experience with database management and/or spreadsheets. Additional responsibilities will include preparing written documents and assisting with CFI’s meetings and public events on Capitol Hill, the National Press Club and other well-known venues. The pay range is $13-$17/hour, depending on the successful candidate’s skills and experience. Hours are flexible to meet academic scheduling throughout the semester. The office is conveniently located near the Farragut North and West metro stops. Application Process: To apply please submit a cover letter, a resume, a writing sample, an unofficial transcript or similar document, and a list of references to TUjobs@cfinst.orgUT with the subject line of the e-mail,/ CFI Assistantship/. Applications may also be mailed to: CFI Assistantship The Campaign Finance Institute,1990 M Street NW, Suite 380, Washington D.C. 20036Or faxed to: 202- 969-5612. 24. NAVAL ACADEMY BUSINESS SERVICE DIVISION – Vacancy Announcements - TAILOR SHOP: Location Number: 08-005 Series Grade: NA-3105-07 Closing Date: Until Filled Position Title: FABRIC WORKER (FLEX POSITION) MIDSHIPMEN STORE: Location Number: 08-017 Series Grade: NF-2091-02 Closing Date: Until Filled Position Title: STORE SALES CLERK/CASHIER FLEX POSITION UNIFORM STORE: Location Number: 09-010 Series Grade: NF-2091-02 Closing Date: Until Filled Position Title: UNIFORM STORE CLERK/CASHIER (FLEX POSITION) BARBER SHOP: Location Number: 08-019 Series Grade: NA-7603-07 Closing Date: Until Filled Position Title: BARBER/BEAUTICIAN (FLEX POSITION) VISITORS CENTER: Location Number: 09-009 Series Grade: NF-2091-02 Closing Date: Until Filled Position Title: SALES ASSOCIATE (FLEX POSITION) DRYDOCK & STEERAGE RESTAURANT: Location Number: 09-006 Series Grade: NA-1101-03 Closing Date: Until Filled Position Title: RESTAURANT MANAGER (GM-ASSISTANT) - (FULL-TIME POSITION) OFFICERS’ & FACULTY CLUB: Location Number: 09-001 Series Grade: NA-7404-05 Closing Date: Until Filled Position Title: COOK (FLEX POSITION) -------- Location Number: 09-002 Series Grade: NA-7408-01 Closing Date: Until Filled Position Title: BUS PERSON (FLEX POSITION ) --------- Location Number: 09-003 Series Grade: NA-7408-02 Closing Date: Until Filled Position Title: DISHWASHER (FLEX POSITION ) -------- Location Number: 09-004 Series Grade: NA-7420-03 Closing Date: Until Filled Position Title: SERVER (FLEX POSITION) To view current job announcements and obtain applications, please visit: http://www.usna.edu//NABSD/HRM/ Please fax all applications or stop by the Human Resources Department, located on the first floor of Dahlgren Hall, across from the Drydock office. Off ice Hours Monday through Friday: 7:30AM To 4:00PM Fax Number: (410) 293-2520 U.S. Naval Academy – Human Resources Management – 103 Fullam Court – Dahlgren Hall – Annapolis, MD 21402 25. THERAPY POSITIONS Available Throughout Maryland: PHYSICAL THERAPISTS, PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANTS, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS, CERTIFIED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANTS AND SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS. Sign-on Bonus Available! Call For Details! (Sign-on Bonus varies by location) Apply Now! What can HCR ManorCare offer you? Full-time starts at 30 hours per week - Our Directors of Rehab & Regional Managers are Therapists themselves - Convenient locations throughout the state - Earn all of your CEUs in-house for free - Mentorship programs for new graduates - Full benefits package with many ―extras‖ - Tuition Loan Repayment- for the life of your loan - Many opportunities to advance your career Hotline for clinical related questions Join our team at one of our 10 locations: 7
  • 8. Adelphi, Baltimore, Bethesda, Catonsville, Chevy Chase, Upper Marlboro, Hyattsville, Potomac, Towson, Silver Spring, Wheaton. For more information, or to apply, please contact: Allison Schall Ph: 866-427-2004 ext. 535 e-mail: allison.schall@hcr- manorcare, com Apply online at http://www.hcr-manorcare.com/ 26. I work for FAIRFAX COUNTY COMMUNITY AND RECREATION SERVICES IN THE THERAPEUTIC RECREATION SERVICES division. We always need staff for our programs, especially our program for participants with disabilities on Saturdays. The pay is great and it's a lot of fun. If you want to get paid to play and do something rewarding, this is it! If you're interested, send you resume to katelyn.murdock@fairfaxcounty.gov. Check out the information below: Description: This announcement will be used to fill the Therapeutic Recreation Leader positions at various locations throughout the county. The primary goal of the work is to provide opportunities for individuals with disabilities to engage in positive leisure activities and improve social skills through the provision of a variety of recreation activities, leisure education sessions, character education, and community service and at risk behavior prevention/education. These positions work as members of the Therapeutic Recreation Services team to accomplish specific outcomes for individuals with disabilities. THERAPEUTIC RECREATION LEADER ($13.09 PER HOUR): The Therapeutic Recreation Leader is responsible for assisting in the planning and facilitation of activities and special events according to the needs and interests of the participants and the standards of TRS. Typical duties include: assist with the set-up and clean-up of programs; lead activities assigned by TR Unit Leaders; assist with the implementing modifications and adaptations for participants; complete paperwork as needed; and ensure supplies and equipment are in good order. THERAPEUTIC RECREATION UNIT LEADER ($14.71 PER HOUR): The Unit Leader is responsible for planning and implementing a schedule of daily activities according to the needs and interests of the participants and the standards of TRS. Typical duties include: give appropriate support and care to participants as needed; plan and make arrangements for scheduled activities; give assignments and evaluate the work performance of volunteers, program aids, and TR Leaders. Ultimately the Unit Leaders are responsible for the administration and management of the work of the unit/team, the quality of the activities, and the safety and care of the participants. THERAPEUTIC RECREATION DIRECTOR ($16.15 PER HOUR): The Therapeutic Recreation Director is responsible for reviewing and making recommendations concerning the activity plans. Typical duties include: ensure staff are prepared for field trips; order additional equipment and supplies as needed in a timely manor; maintain current information on all program participants; take attendance daily, submit figures to the supervisor, and complete daily duties checklist; complete required paperwork; provide direction and leadership to staff and volunteers; ensure appropriate supervision of participants; monitor activity implementation and evaluate activity based on standards and program objectives; and provide feedback to staff concerning activities observed. Minimum Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age and have 250 hours of prior experience in a recreation or school setting for individuals with disabilities. Related course work may partially supplement experience. Special Requirements: CPR and First Aid certification. Must complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of employer. Negative TB result. Preferred Qualifications: Bilingual. Experience facilitating recreational and educational programs with individuals with disabilities in facilities or community settings. Note: Staff are employed to work after school, evening, and weekend programs. Some daytime work is available in a substitute capacity. This is a part-time position without benefits. To Apply: Submit your resume to Katelyn Murdock by email: katelyn.murdock@fairfaxcounty.gov. Resumes can also be mailed to: Attn: Katelyn Murdock - 12011 Government Center Parkway, Suite 1050 - Fairfax, VA 22035 27. There is an opening for an ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT position at my office. It is available immediately. It is at least a part time position, 20 hours a week with flexible hours and work days. Candidates with a Bachelor's degree and Hill experience is preferred, but not required. Please send your resume to Steve Richer at stevep68@aol.com. The assistant will be working for the National Tour Association's Government Relations team in coordinating upcoming symposiums, meetings, etc with government officials. Muriel Xochimitl - Office Manager - Santini, Chartered - 1101 King Street Suite 370 - Alexandria, VA 22314 0 Office: (703) 684-0757 -- Cell: (801) 376-2722 - Fax: (703) 549-3682 28. DynCorp International, LLC has some excellent job opportunities. If you or someone you know is qualified for the positions detailed on our site, please submit your resume. SECURITY MANAGER – FALLS CHURCH, VA - http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com/ext/detail.asp?dyn4751 MARKET INTELLIGENCE, SR. DIRECTOR – FALLS CHURCH, VA - http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com/ext/detail.asp?dyn4624 SECURITY SPECIALIST – FALLS CHURCH, VA - http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com/ext/detail.asp?dyn3558 SENIOR DIRECTOR, STRATEGIC PLANNING – FALLS CHURCH, VA - http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com/ext/detail.asp?dyn3432 SR. CONTRACTS MANAGER – FALLS CHURCH, VA - http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com/ext/detail.asp?dyn3344 PROGRAM MANAGER – YORKTOWN, VA - http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com/ext/detail.asp?dyn3363 EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATOR – FALLS CHURCH, VA - http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com/ext/detail.asp?dyn3178 PROGRAM MANAGER OF AVIATION MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS C-26 – VARIOUS LOCATIONS WORLDWIDE http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com/fts/detail.asp?dyn3477 DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE C-26 - VARIOUS LOCATIONS WORLDWIDE http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com/fts/detail.asp?dyn3483 8
  • 9. SENIOR TECHNICIAN C-26 – VARIOUS LOCATIONS WORLDWIDE http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com/fts/detail.asp?dyn3485 QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGER C26 – VARIOUS LOCATIONS WORLDWIDE http://www.dyncorprecruiting.com/fts/detail.asp?dyn3484 29. PART-TIME JOB OPPORTUNITY WITH FAIRFAX COUNTY COMMUNITY AND RECREATION SERVICES - now hiring for the Saturday Leisure program.* *The Saturday Leisure Program provides the opportunity for individuals with disabilities ages 8-22 to participate in a structured recreation program on the weekend.* The hours are from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. There is one session left this year. *Session 4* - February 21 - * Mandatory training, February 28, March 14, March 21, March 28. Here is what we are looking for in potential staff members: *Looking for individuals experienced in working with people with disabilities*. *Must be able to commit to all dates in a session (including mandatory training)*. *Pay rates from $13.09 to $16.15 per hour*. *Work with wonderful people and earn Great Experience!*. This is a great opportunity to do something rewarding with exceptional individuals!!! Please contact Jennae Duarte if you are interested at (703) 324-5557 or jennae.duarte@fairfaxcounty.gov* <jennae.duarte@fairfaxcounty.gov> 30. If you are interested in any of the positions advertised, please contact Deana Griffiths. Feel free to also e-mail your resumes to me. Deana (Dina) Griffiths, Placement Recruiter, Adecco Employment Services, deana.griffiths@adeccona.com, 703-433- 5603(p), 703-433-5445(F). We are looking to fill the following positions: 1. HR Generalist that speaks Fluent German for DC 2. Sales Representative for an Office Moving Company 3. Sales Representative with Household Goods Experience for moving company 4. Anyone with Transportation or Logistics experience 5. Director of Sales and Marketing for the Middle East 6. Linguists that speak, Arabic, Farsi, Urdu, Pashtu or Dari for a great opportunity in Doha, Qatar 7. Autocad Operators for Sterling, VA (must know duct work) 8. Civil Engineers that know structures and have blast experience for Arlington, VA 9. Sales Engineers for an Telecommunications/Wireless firm Reston, VA (Must be a RE Engineer) 10. Audio Visual and Broadcast Engineers 100K See more opportunities below! Req. 1699 SENIOR PIPELINE ENGINEER - Pipelines/Energy Project Group - Baltimore, MD - Salary Range: Negotiable BSCE - PE preferred - Candidates should possess 10+years civil design experience - Strong proficiency in AutoCAD – Must have experience in underground utility design. Oil and gas piping design experience with 3D modeling is preferred - Qualified candidates will have the ability to work without supervision and the ability to complete projects within deadlines. Req. 918 CHIEF STRUCTURAL ENGINEER—CENTRAL - Philadelphia, PA (ideal) or Douglassville, PA (secondary) – Salary Range: $115-130K - 15-20 years of experience in the structural engineering field – 5-10 years in a supervisory/management role of major structural engineering department - BSCE required: MS in Structural Engineering highly desired – Must hold a PE in PA, with capability to be also registered in other states - LEED Accredited Professional with extensive experience in sustainable design practice. Experience leading large complicated structural projects – Strong interpersonal skills with ability to mentor, manage, and co-ordinate staff – Strong technical skills – Strong technical writing and presentation skills – Diversified work experience including industrial, commercial, and instructional structures – Specialized work experience in such areas as blast, vibration, failure and analysis, and detail stress analysis - ―Hands On‖ engineer who can get involved with the staff and details of a project – Ability to travel. Req. 382 NATIONAL CHIEF MECHANICAL ENGINEER - Douglassville, PA or New York City - Salary Range: 25 + years or more of experience in the Mechanical/HVAC engineering field – 10 years in a supervisory/management role $130K+ of major mechanical engineering department – BSME required: Master’s degree highly desired – Must hold a PE in PA, with capability to be also registered in other states - LEED Accredited Professional with extensive experience in sustainable design practice. Experience leading large complicated mechanical projects – Strong interpersonal skills with ability to mentor, manage, and co-ordinate staff – Strong technical skills – Strong technical writing and presentation skills – Diversified work experience including industrial, commercial, and instructional structures – ―Hands On‖ engineer who can get involved with the staff and details of a project Ability to travel. Req. 1402 SENIOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER FOR ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES - Los Angeles, CA - Salary Range: $110K+ The Facilities group in Southern California consist of Architects, Structural, Civil and MEP Engineers. The group is performing projects for a variety of market segments including Educational, Municipalities, Aviation and Transportation Facilities, and looking to expand in these markets as well as other market segments. Must have a minimum of 15-20 years experience as a project manager/ project architect with proven business development and marketing skills to the Los Angeles CA marketplace in both the Public and Private Sectors. Must possess a Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture and a CA state license as a Registered Architect. Candidates with a strong business development background in the appropriate market sectors will be considered without an Architectural degree and license. The ideal candidate would come from an Architectural or A/E firm in Southern California and 9
  • 10. have an existing base of clients to draw upon. Ideally the candidate would have a complete understanding of the Facilities market including financing, real estate, design, construction and construction management. Req. 1929 BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR - New York, NY - Salary Range: $50,000-$80,000 - Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or a technical related field - 2-5 years experience in an engineering firm - Excellent communication skills - Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Access - Candidate will maintain and update departmental information files and coordinate business development activities Req. 1913 SENIOR MECHANICAL ENGINEER - Newark, NJ - Salary Range: $135,000-$160,000 - Professional Engineering License in New Jersey or ability to obtain is strongly preferred. In depth experience in the design of rail passenger vehicles and their major systems. Document increasing responsibility progressing to the leadership of engineering teams on rail vehicle acquisition projects. A strong orientation toward the integration of multiple systems into a cohesive whole must be demonstrated. Work directly with client personnel on a daily basis, so familiarization with consultant business practices is desirable. Req. 1103 SENIOR STRUCTURAL ENGINEER - Trenton, NJ - Salary Range: $125,000-$150,000 - BS Civil Engineering - NJ PE - 15+ years of structural engineering experience - Experience working on projects for NJDOT, NJTPKE, PennDOT - Must have proficiency in MS Word, Applied Design Experience, BAR7, PS3, Box5 - Must be able to work in Newark and Trenton offices. Req. 1111 BRIDGE ENGINEER - Trenton, NJ - Salary Range: $30-$40/hr - BS Civil Engineering - NJ PE preferred - $30- $40/hr - 5-8 years experience - Must be a Bridge Inspection Team Leader - Must have experience in PennDOT's BAR7, PS3, BOX5 - Proficiency in MS Word & Excel, Microstation (V8) - Must be able to work in Newark and Trenton offices. Req. 1873 SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEER-HIGHWAYS - Fairfax, Richmond - Salary Range: $110,000-$$120,000 10 to 15 years of civil highway design experience. - BSCE. - PE preferred - The candidate will be working on a long-term project assignment in Richmond, Va. This project involves track design and related drainage and utility work related to the addition of a third track along the CSX Rail Corridor. Must have Microstation and GeoPak experience and proficiency in MS office. AutoCAD experience is a plus. Excellent communication skills are needed for interaction with both clients and the public. CONTACT: Deana (Dina) Griffiths - Placement Recruiter - Adecco Employment Services - 21515 Ridgetop Circle - Suite 180Sterling, VA 20166 - deana.griffiths@adeccona.com - 703-433-5603 (p) - 703-433-5445 (f) 31. Prince George's Community College - 301 Largo Road - Largo, MD 20774 - 301-322-0613 - Fax: 301-341-3052 - Web Application Address: http://jobs.pgcc.edu – full listing of required qualification and criteria - Email: employment@pgcc.edu Full-Time Classified: PROJECT MANAGER II (FACILITIES PLANNING & PROGRAMMING), FACILITIES MANAGEMENT -- FT, Hiring Range: $53,311 - $58,642/ann. Open until filled. Part-time Classified: ACADEMIC TUTOR - Student Support Services (11 Subjects) -- Tutoring Center (Bio, Chem, Math) – ACCOUNTING TUTOR - Accounting dept. (Acctg) ----Positions pay $11.67/hr. Closing date: 4/2/09. Please see our application website http://jobs.pgcc.edu for specific requirements for each tutor position. CAREER ADVISOR (ON-CALL), Advising & Career Services - PT, $21.13/hr. - Closes: 4/20/09. Hours vary. SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER, Disability Support Services - PT, $22 - $28/hr. depending on certification. Closes: 4/15/09. Hours vary. TECHNICIAN TRAINEE, University Town Center - PT evenings & weekends. $11.67/hr. Closes: 2/26/09. 32. BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER - Responsible for creating and fostering relationships with current and future Aptify partners. This role focuses primarily on working with prospective and current partners that are interested in leveraging Aptify’s Application Lifecycle Platform (ALP) product within their own commercial software offerings. This type of use is referred to as an OEM relationship whereby the Aptify product is bundled into the partner product as an integral part of their offering to the market. The position will work closely with and report directly to the Vice President of Business Development to establish and manage these partnerships. While this role is primarily focused on OEM/ISV partners, there will also be some focus on developing other forms of indirect sales channels, new product research, competitive intelligence and other activities to support Aptify’s overarching mission. Responsibilities include: develop annual sales plans, develop new market business plans, conduct market research, each with the objective of creating new revenue streams for Aptify through developing indirect sales channels and developing new markets, products and services. Identify prospective partner organizations for Aptify (primarily software companies and potentially custom- build consultancies). Develop marketing campaigns to reach prospective partners. Develop marketing messages and collateral to support outreach to partners. Directly generate leads by executing marketing campaigns to potential partners and illustrating the value of Aptify’s platform as an embedded component of their next generation product offering. Play a significant role in business planning and Aptify’s strategic development process. Expand existing indirect sales channels. Develop and implement integrated marketing plans for current and new product launches to assist partners. Identify and research new markets, products and services Integrate departmental responsibilities with all other areas of the business including Research and Development, Technical Support, Consulting, Finance/ Administration and Education/Training. 5-7 years of total professional experience with a significant emphasis on partner management as well as sales. Experience prospecting for and managing existing OEM or other Partner programs for a technology company, preferably a software company. Significant level of familiarity with underlying technologies such as Microsoft .NET, SQL Server, VB.NET, Sharepoint and other modern technologies. A solid understanding of how these technologies fit into the Application Development Lifecycle. Bachelor’s degree (MBA helpful) with excellent oral and written communications skills a must. Significant travel required, including potential overseas travel. Location: Aptify's Chicago's Office. Please e-mail resume: fonz.allen@aptify.com 10
  • 11. 33. CONSULTING SERVICES MANAGER - Consulting Services Manager with 7+ years of experience. Inspire and innovate with Aptify's powerful CRM technology platform. As a member of the Aptify professional services team, you will be responsible for managing teams to implement, enhance and integrate Aptify's industry-leading software. Work with exceptional team members who thrive on delivering solutions to their clients while growing and learning. This position requires an in-depth knowledge of the Aptify software (training provided), .NET, Microsoft SQL Server and other leading technologies. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills along with a passion for client service are key requirements. Travel up to 50% is required. In-depth knowledge of the Aptify Applications, Business Processes, and several technologies such as Microsoft SQL Server, the SQL language, Visual Basic with .NET, ASP.NET and Crystal reports. The role of a Consulting Services Manager for Aptify is to provide advanced product knowledge and technical support for a variety of clients who are installing and running the award winning Aptify product. The position will provide work leadership and training to lower level professional staff and/or manage Aptify project implementations. The main tasks/ duties/responsibilities that the Lead will perform include: Lead/manage Aptify mid- to large implementations - Perform business analyst services in developing functional and technical requirements, GAP analysis and reporting requirements - Monitor time and expense billings for each implementation - Provide methodologies/procedures for testing data conversions - Help Aptify to streamline its new client implementation strategies - Use Aptify to help clients configure its applications and databases - Participate in exploring and developing potential new service/ business areas for Aptify - Create statements of work and related tracking projects to control internal and field projects - Create demand in our existing client base through proactive client relationship management. Assist with business development activities - As a member of our Consulting Services team, you'll work with our customers on both technical and functional issues in an engagement setting. You will be working in the following areas: Financials - G/L, A/P, A/R, Billing, Project Costing, Budgeting, Asset Management - Association Management - Membership, Dues, Meetings, Trade Shows, Fund Raising - Technical - Client-Server Systems, Development, Admin., Workflow, VB.NET, ASP.NET and XML web services - Provide on-going SQL Server/ Aptify Explorer support for various Aptify clients, including designing and developing product enhancements and developing new reports - Help Aptify to streamline its new client implementation strategies - Pursue industry certifications in technology, process and project management as part of career development goals - Travel, up to 50%, may be required. Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Six to eight years of related experience with previous software development experience. At least two Microsoft Technology Certifications (MCP) PMI CAPM Certification. Microsoft Certification and Project Management certification is required for advancement/career growth. PMP Certification required for advancement to Consulting Service Manager.Up to 50% Travel. At least three Microsoft Certifications required for eligibility for promotion to Solutions Architect. Please e-mail with resume: fonz.allen@aptify.com 34. LEAD CONSULTANT - In-depth knowledge of the Aptify Applications, Business Processes, and several technologies such as Microsoft SQL Server, the SQL language, Visual Basic with .NET, ASP.NET and Crystal reports. The role of a Lead Consultant for Aptify is to provide advanced product knowledge and technical support for a variety of clients who are installing and running the award winning Aptify product. The position will provide work leadership and training to lower level professional staff and/or manage Aptify Explorer project implementations. The main tasks/duties/responsibilities that the Lead will perform include the following. Lead/manage Aptify mid to large implementations. Perform business analyst services in developing functional and technical requirements, GAP analysis, and reporting requirements. Monitor time and expense billings for each implementation. Provide methodologies/procedures for testing data conversions. Help Aptify to streamline its new client implementation strategies. Use Aptify to help clients configure/customize its applications and databases. Participate in exploring and developing potential new service/business areas for Aptify. Create statements of work and related tracking projects to control internal and field projects. Create demand in our existing client base through proactive client relationship management. As a member of our Consulting Services team, you'll work with our customers on both technical and functional issues in an engagement setting. You will be working in the following areas: Financials - G/L, A/P, A/R, Billing, Project Costing, Budgeting, Asset Management - Association Management - Membership, Dues, Meetings, Trade Shows, Fund Raising. Technical - Client-Server Systems, Development, Admin., Workflow, VB.NET, ASP.NET and XML web services. Provide on-going SQL Server/Aptify Explorer support for various Aptify clients, including designing and developing product enhancements and developing new reports - Help Aptify to streamline its new client implementation strategies - Pursue industry certifications in technology, process and project management as part of career development goals. Some travel, up to 50%, may be required. Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Six to eight years of related experience with previous software development experience. At least two Microsoft Technology Certifications (MCP). PMI CAPM Certification. Microsoft Certification and Project Management certification is required for advancement/career growth. PMP Certification required for advancement to Consulting Service Manager. At least three Microsoft Certifications required for eligibility for promotion to Solutions Architect. Washington, DC or Chicago. Please e-mail: fonz.allen@aptify.com 35. TECHNICAL CONSULTANT - Responsible for implementing, enhancing and integrating the Aptify products. Consultants are usually performing their duties at the customer’s site. In-depth knowledge of the Aptify Applications, Business Processes and technologies such as Microsoft SQL Server, the SQL language, Visual Basic development, .NET and Crystal Reports. The position operates under general supervision on mid-size projects usually involving single products or single platforms. May provide work leadership and training to less experienced consultants. Understand full range of SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) standard processes and industry best practices. Use Aptify Platform to help clients’ configure their applications and databases. Perform business analyst services in developing functional and technical requirements, GAP analysis, and reporting requirements. Define, develop and test Aptify-based software applications. Develop crystal reports and other analysis projects. Test and resolve bugs/issues. Develop and use quality assurance procedures to assure high quality software. Mastery of business analysis in at least one or more of 11
  • 12. the following areas and rudimentary familiarity with most of them: Financials - G/L, A/P, A/R, Billing, Project and Product Costing. Association Management - Membership, Dues, Meetings, Trade Shows, Fund Raising, Subscriptions, Publications. Order Entry and Inventory Control. CRM. Advertising. Education Management. eBusiness . Determine database configuration needs and requirements for new clients. Perform data conversion support by creating SQL scripts and SQL Server Data Transformation Services (DTS) in SSIS Guide and train new clients in setting up NT Server, SQL Server, and Aptify Explorer. Assist new clients in developing and implementing maintenance and administrative procedures, including robust backup routines. Provide on-going SQL Server/Aptify Explorer support for various Aptify clients, including designing and developing product enhancements and developing new reports. Help Aptify to streamline its new client implementation strategies. Operate under general supervision on small to mid-size projects. Travel, up to 50%, may be required. Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Firm background in systems analysis and design. Two to four years of related experience, which includes previous software development, technical support or consulting. One Microsoft technology certification required at this level from list of applicable certifications. Microsoft Certification must be completed before advancement to next career level. Washington, DC or Chicago. Please e-mail resume: fonz.allen@aptify.com 36. Ground Floor Business Opportunity. I have been recruited by a startup to form a national sales organization – from scratch. I am looking for full-time and part-time help (Specifically SALES MANAGERS) in all regions of the country. The business is an online tutoring service for grade school, middle school, and high school students. The service provides voice communications and white board interface on a student’s computer at home. The technology, tutors and price make this a very good deal. The national sales force will be organized in five tiers: 1. Sales Representatives (recruited by Sales Managers) 2. Sales Managers (currently recruiting at this level) Maine, Massachusetts , South Florida, Tampa , are already covered. 3. Area Sales Managers 4. District Sales Managers 5. Regional Sales Managers. Sales Managers will grow into Area, District, and Regional positions as the student population grows. These positions will be salaried plus bonus positions. District and Regional Managers will be $100K - $200K plus positions. Tier 1 and 2 positions area commission only positions. The commission schedule is generous. Please forward this note to a family member or friend who may be looking for a new opportunity. I appreciate your help in getting this new endeavor off the ground. Meanwhile, please visit www.planettutor.com. Call me or write me if you have any questions. Steve Collier, C-4 Class of 77 - Director, National Sales Planettutor - Steve@planettutor.com - Office: 352-588-3984 - Cell: 703-624-2872 www.Planettutor.com 37. U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY, ANNAPOLIS, MD VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT - SUBMIT ONLINE APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS AT:www.usna.edu/JobInfo POSITION/TITLE: FINANCIAL TECHNICIAN, GS-0503-06 – Close: 02/19/09 Location: Comptroller Area of Consideration: Current Federal and Reinstatement Eligible POSITION/TITLE: MILITARY PAY TECH, YB-0545-1 - Close: 1st cut-off: 02/16/09 -- 2nd cut-off: 02/23/09 Location: PSD (Ft. Meade) - Area of Consideration: All U.S. Citizens POSITION/TITLE: MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR, WG-5703-08 (part-time) - Close: 02/19/09 Location: Transportation - Area of Consideration: Current Federal, VRA, VEOA and Reinstatement Eligible POSITION/TITLE: COOK, WG-7404-06 - Close: 02/20/09 Location: MFSD Area of Consideration: Current Federal, VEOA To view current vacancies at the U.S. Naval Academy home page address: www.usna.edu/JobInfo. To obtain vacancies from the Department of the Navy and to apply for jobs, home page address: https://chart.donhr.navy.mil To obtain vacancies from the Office of Personnel Management (USAJOBS), home page address: www.opm.gov THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT IS LOCATED ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF HALLIGAN HALL (JUST OUTSIDE GATE 8), U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY, ANNAPOLIS, MD 38. CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER Job Summary: THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION IS AN EXCITING AND PROGRESSIVE ORGANIZATION. WE ARE INTERESTED IN INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE COMMITTED TO SUPERIOR SERVICE AND WHO CAN HELP US CONTINUE TO MEET THESE HIGH STANDARDS. EXCELLENT BENEFITS INCLUDING 401K AND FAMILY FRIENDLY LEAVE POLICIES. VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.NHTSA.DOT.GOV for more details of position. Salary Range: $117787 to $177000 USD Per Year – Series & Grade: ES-0340-00/00 Open Period: 1/7/2009 to 3/13/2009 - Position Information: Full-Time Permanent Duty Location: 1 vacancy- Washington DC Metro Area, DC. Major Duties: The incumbent serves as the NHTSA Chief Information Officer (CIO) and reports directly to the Senior Associate Administrator for Policy & Operations. As NHTSA’s senior-most management official and technical expert on information technology, provides strategic leadership and oversight to the organization’s information technology initiatives and investments impacting significant and complex databases and systems involving tens of millions in annual spending. Working under the general guidance of the Clinger-Cohen Act and Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA), and in conjunction with the DOT offices and agencies, facilitates a progressive and dynamic information technology program to support NHTSA’s highway safety mission and activities. This includes leading NHTSA’s efforts to consolidate and streamline IT systems, processes, programs, and support services across the Department; increase the public’s access to and utility of safety information; ensure the security of systems and the privacy of relevant information; employ the latest technologies to enhance program performance and workplace flexibilities; and increase the overall efficiency and effectiveness of all IT investments through the establishment and administration of a comprehensive IT program and governance structure. Qualifications: Candidates must have progressively more responsible administrative, supervisory, managerial or professional experience which involved management of a program or 12
  • 13. organization of significant scope and complexity. The experience must have been sufficiently responsible to show clearly the candidate's ability to perform the duties of this position and meet the mandatory qualifications listed below. You must be a U.S. citizen to qualify for this position. How Will You Be Evaluated: A. Technical Qualifications (Mandatory - must not exceed three pages): 1. Demonstrated ability to develop and execute, in a collaborative manner, a comprehensive and continuous improvement IT program for a complex organization that relies heavily on information technology (IT) and IT systems solutions. 2. Expert knowledge and proven experience in the practical application of the myriad of laws, executive orders, and other national policies governing information management, e.g., Clinger-Cohen Act; Paper Reduction Act; Paperwork Elimination Act; Performance and Results Act; and increased information sensitivity and security, especially in times of competing budgetary resources. 3. Demonstrated ability to provide expert guidance and technical leadership to program managers in the governance of a multi-million dollar IT budget, ensuring that all IT investments are properly planned, cost-justified, monitored and managed through their life-cycle, using Earned Value Management, Return-on-Investment (ROI) analysis to make the most informed decisions to support the strategic agency objectives. You will be evaluated on the following Executive Core Qualifications: 1. Creativity and Innovation 2. External Awareness 3. Flexibility 4. Resilience 5. Strategic Thinking 6. Vision. Takes a long-term view and builds a shared vision with others. Benefits: You may participate in the Federal Employees Health Benefits program, with costs shared with your employer. Other Information: You must submit all required information by the closing date. If materials are not received, your application will be evaluated solely on the information available and you may not receive full consideration or may not be considered eligible. The materials you send with your application will not be returned. If you fax your application, we will not consider it. Send only those materials needed to evaluate your application. Please do not place your application in a notebook or binder. How to Apply: Please send your resume, or Optional Form 612, along with any other required documents to the address shown below. You must submit your application so that it will be received by the closing date of the announcement. Applicants must submit the following: A resume or an Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF 612). We encourage you to use the USAJOBS resume builder. Although we do not require a specific format, certain information is required to determine if you are qualified. A narrative statement specifically addressing the five executive core qualifications (ECQs), and each of the technical qualifications. If you are a current or former federal employee with reinstatement eligibility, you must submit a copy of your last Notification of Personnel Action (SF50) and a copy of your most recent Performance Appraisal. If you are currently in the SES Program or SES-certified, you must provide proof ( i.e., SF-50). As an executive, to assist in the selection process a summary of relevant experience against the five ECQs is required (no more than three pages). Applicants who are not in the Senior Executive Service program, the write-up for the Executive Core Qualifications (ECQ's) should not exceed eight pages and should focus on accomplishments which support possession of each of the five ECQ's. For samples and additional guidance, applicants are strongly encouraged to visit the OPM's 'Guide to Senior Executive Service Qualifications' locate at http://www.opm.gov/ses/quality.asp#qualify Contact Information: Tamika Robinson - Phone: 202-366-2607 - TDD: 202-366-2602 - Internet: Tamika.Robinson@dot.gov - Or Write: Department Of Transportation/ NHTSA - Office of Human Resources - 1200 New Jersey Ave. SE RM/W51-262 - Washington DC 20590 US. 39. LAW CLERK POSITION - hiring one or two law clerks who would start work in early May. They have to be a second or third year law student willing to work full time in the summer and part-time during the school year (flexible, between 15-20 hours). The pay would be GS-7, which won't get you rich, but will keep you alive during school. My boss told me to be sure to pass along the name of anyone I know who applies, so if someone were to apply they should let me know. I work for the Office of Information and Privacy, which is a small component of the Department of Justice (around 20 attorneys, and 15 or so paralegal FOIA specialists). We mostly do FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) law, handling administrative appeals from DOJ component FOIA determinations. We also create and disseminate FOIA policy to all government agencies, and defend the government in FOIA litigation in federal court. Please contact Sean O’Neill at srobyufan@gmail.com 40. EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT - Employer: Salt Institute - Date: Monday, January 26, 2009 - Job Type: GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS/EXEC. MGMT - Description: Location Alexandria, VA. If you have a passion for politics and public policy and want to join our effort to improve public health and safety - and get paid to do it! - you might be the next Executive Vice President of the Salt Institute. We're hiring for this new position. Our new EVP will be a lead advocate on our issues management team. We work in Washington, state capitals and in Canada, monitoring developments impacting North American salt producers. We synthesize data, craft win-win policy options and work with stakeholders, public officials and the news media promoting solutions that enable society to realize the manifold benefits of salt, sodium chloride, while protecting salt industry workers and the environment. If you are a creative policy analyst with at least 10 years experience and seeking a challenging opportunity to extend your skills in addressing important policy questions and articulating solutions, this may be the job for you. If you don't want to do extensive Internet searches, read long and sometimes-technical reports, grapple with the challenges of devising policy solutions that satisfy a range of stakeholders, write magazine articles and legislative/regulatory testimony, speak before groups, develop Web 2.0 skills, engage in media interviews and blog actively, don't bother to apply. We can promise a lot of hard work - and great job satisfaction. The Salt Institute is the world's foremost source of authoritative information about salt (sodium chloride) and its more than 14,000 known uses. The Institute is a North American-based non-profit salt industry trade association dedicated to advocating responsible uses of salt (NaCl), particularly to ensure winter roadway safety, quality water and healthy nutrition. The Institute was founded in 1914 and consists of the leading salt companies in the world united in the common purpose of bringing the myriad benefits of salt to the benefit of mankind. The Salt Institute's mission is to quot;Increase understanding regarding the contributions of responsible salt use, enabling improved quality of life, better health, and safer and more reliable transportation.quot; We're located in convenient Old Town Alexandria and offer competitive salary and good benefits. Some travel. Position Description: 1. Provide creative, strategic leadership and 13
  • 14. effective administration for the Institute's issues management program by: 1) directing the Institute's activities with regard to developing public policy and devising and executing advocacy strategies to advance the mission of the Institute, 2) staffing ad hoc working groups on policy and advocacy matters as assigned, 3) representing the industry in public forums, both written and speaking, 4) monitoring developments both within and outside the salt industry, 5) responding to information requests, 6) providing articles for Salt Institute newsletters, the SaltSensibility blog and posting on the Institute's website, 7) directing the activities of consultant(s) as assigned and 8) learning the administrative systems and meeting planning procedures used by the Institute. 2. Maintain strong membership and external relationships, providing effective representation to quot;outsidequot; audiences including serving as SI spokesman as needed. 3. Direct issues management strategies to improve understanding of the benefits of using salt for public safety, health and nutrition, and industry concerns and actions to protect the environment and assure safe working conditions for industry employees. Closing Date: 20th February 2009. Contact Respond to: Dick Hanneman, President, Salt Institute, 700 N. Fairfax St., Suite 600, Alexandria, VA 22314 or dick@saltinstitute.org. 41. Job Title: ACCOUNT/PRODUCT MANAGER - Email: hr@thepublicgroup.com - Instructions: Please send resume by email. Job Description: The Public Group is looking for a highly self-motivated, confident, career-minded full-time person. You will develop relationships with State and local government agencies to generate interest and assist them in using our software. You will need good communication skills, familiarity with the Internet, and excellent analytical skills. Also you will need a college degree or be close to completing a college degree. Detail orientation is a must. On a daily basis you will be managing and developing accounts and performing all tasks associated with account management. You will have the opportunity to work from home. Current representatives enjoy helping our customers succeed through the association of fun and professional work relationships. Key Responsibilities Performance Requirements: * Provide world-class customer service * Meet or exceed team goals for productivity, sales, and support. * Develop skills in sales and customer service * Multi-tasking: typing and speaking on the phone simultaneously. * Attention to details in all aspects of the position. Required Skills: * Customer service/Sales * General computer: Internet, email, etc. * Telephone skills. Job Location: Not Specified. Experience Required: No Requirement. Starting Pay: Not Specified. Duration: Over 150 Days. Term(s): Full Time. Shifts: Day. Work Schedule: 7 AM - 4 PM. Days Off: Saturday, Sunday. Skills / Tools: Internet knowledgeable. Minimum Degree: Bachelors. Benefits Offered: Holidays, Sick Leave, Vacation. Legal Minimum Age: 18 42. The Arc of Howard County Employment Opportunities – RESIDENTIAL HOUSE MANAGER (Weekday) – Cloudburst (AY 1/09/09): Mon – Fri 6:00 am – 9:00 am & 3:00 pm – 11:00 pm sleep-over-night [40 hrs] RESIDENTIAL COUNSELOR POSITIONS (Weekday) – Woodpark 1 (THB 1/9/09): Mon-Fri 7:00 am – 9:00 am, 5:00pm – 8:00 pm [20 hrs] ------ Flight Feather (LL 1/9/09): Mon – Fri 7:00 am – 9:00 am [10 hrs] RESIDENTIAL COUNSELOR POSITIONS (Weekend) - Setting Sun (LA 11/26/08): sleep-over-night Fri 2:00 pm – 11:00 pm. Sat. 7:00 am- 11:00 pm. Sun 7:00 am – 9:00 pm [39 hrs] --Valley (HG 1/9// Valley (HG 1/9/09): –Sun 7:00 am – 3:00 pm, 3:00pm – 11:00pm [16 hrs] ------ Beechwood (HG 1/9/09); every other Sun 3:00 pm – 11:00 pm [8 hrs] --------- Dominion (LA 1/20/09): Sat 7:00 am – 1:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm; Sun 7:00 am – 9:00 am, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm [12 hrs] FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES/RESPITE CARE POSITIONS (Weekend & Weekday) – Direct Care/Community Integration (DB 11/11/08): Either Sat or Sun Flex hrs. for recreational & activities [6 hrs] -------- *C.N.A. (PM 5/2/08): Mon – Fri 7:30 am – 9:30 am [10 hrs] --------- C.N.A. (DB 1/11/08): Tues – Sat. 2 hrs. each morning; Flex times [10 hrs] Please complete an employment application at archoward.org or stop by our office. Upon receipt and review of your qualifications the HR department will be in contact. Please refrain from calling regarding the status of your application for at least 2 weeks from the time you submitted it for consideration! The Recruiter at The Arc, Sharneice Gross, can be reach at 410-730-0638 Extension 274 or by email at sgross@archoward.org, fax 410-730-0671 43. FEDERAL HR ASSISTANT - YRCI, a leader in Federal Human Resources (HR) outsourcing, is seeking to fill one (1) position with an individual who is capable of providing HR support to the federal government. A government agency with offices in Arlington, VA is seeking a Federal HR Assistant for a 3 month assignment. Major Duties: Schedule pre-employment physicals and drug tests for new hires, as well as random drug tests and annual physicals. Sending out organizational change messages. Process career ladders and payroll/personnel actions. Extend all employment offers, and assist with the New Hires Orientation, to include the review of paperwork and answering follow-up questions. Only local candidates need apply. As a YRCI employee working full time on a contract assignment to one of our clients, you are eligible for an attractive benefits package. Your eligibility for medical, dental, life, and long-term disability insurance begins on YOUR VERY FIRST DAY OF EMPLOYMENT. Our benefits also include a company-sponsored 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement plan, and flexible spending accounts to allow you to pay for Health, Dependent care and Commuter costs with pre-tax income. All employees receive 10 paid holidays and begin accruing 17 days of paid time off each year from their first day worked!! This job would be great for a new college grad looking to work for the Federal Government in HR. Please contact Jim Love at jlove@yrci.com for more information . We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer. 14
  • 15. 44. Solers Jobs is a professional services company specializing in information management, sensor technology and software development for the defense industry. Excellent job sources. www.solers.com. A few jobs are listed below. SYSTEMS ENGINEER – Solers, Inc. - Arlington, VA - ORIGINAL JOB LISTING Job Title: Systems Engineer Job Description: Work primarily with government clients and software development/systems integration... SENIOR CONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR - Solers - Arlington, VA - Job Description: Duties include cradle-to-grave responsibility for the administration of Government contracts (Department of Defense). The Senior Contract... SOFTWARE ENGINEER (JAVA DEVELOPMENT) - Solers, Inc. - Chantilly, VA Job Description: Design and develop software in a team-oriented environment.. SYSTEMS / NETWORK OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN (ALL - Solers, Inc. - Merrifield, VA - Education: Bachelors degree. Preferably in Computer Science or Computer Engineering. Masters degree preferred. Required Skills: Minimum 7-10 years of experience... 45. FAA HIRING NOTICE - If you have or know kids between the ages of 18-31 with a high school diploma, the Federal Aviation Association is taking APPLICATIONS FOR AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER SCHOOL. We all have kids or know kids in the right age group (under 31) and with some effort they could reach a salary of over $100,000 with benefits in about 3 years! . You need only a high school diploma to apply and credit is given for college on the exam. They need to go to http://www.faa.gov/jobs/job_opportunities/airtraffic_controllers/ <http://www.faa.gov/jobs/job_opportunities/airtraffic_controllers/> for details and to fill out the application immediately - even if they don't know if they would want to attend immediately - it's the federal government and it may take them months to call. The key is to apply NOW. There will be a lot of retirements coming up rather quickly and they need to line up training to accommodate these openings. It's my understanding that the FAA rarely has an open application such as this and that the jobs are coveted. The person who shared this has a 28 year old daughter who is well into 6 figures and has plenty of time for travel/recreation and has started another career on the side. This is a great opportunity and it should be noted that choosing a site like Anchorage or Indianapolis to train is a likely acceptance into the training program - after-which you can transfer anywhere in the country that has a tower. I hope you pass this information on to family, friends, etc. 46. My company is looking for a recent college grad (BS in CS) or similar, in IT, who is ambitious, motivated, self directed and capable of solving problems. Our Facility Management division connects into the building management/control systems of our clients (Dell, Microsoft, etc.) and monitors the alerts generated at these locations in our Beltsville network operations center (NOC). (This NOC is relocating to Elkridge in May.). I can’t say for certain but the starting salary will probably be in the $40-50k range, and could go higher for the exceptional candidate. We are frankly having a hard time filling this position and are looking for someone that has some experience with the following, (this is very general – we are not looking for specialized expertise but general knowledge and a level of comfort, we will train): Programming – VB - .Net Architecture - LAN/WAN architecture - Relational databases - TCP/IP Microsoft IIS. This person should also be comfortable conversing with clients. Please send a resume to Dave Spencer at dspencer@thefigi.com or dave@spencerfam.com and call my office at 410-423-7430. 47. Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) Invitation for Bid - Title of IFB: - PH.D. PSYCHOLOGIST SERVICES - IFB Issue Date: - February 3, 2009 - IFB Number: DHMH-OPASS 09-10075 - Description of services: Ph.D. Psychologist needed to provide a maximum of 30 hours a week services to oversee the active treatment and psychological services for Forensic population at the Potomac Center. Minimum Requirements: 1. Two (2) years or more experience working with this specific type of population; 2. Current Maryland license to practice psychology in the State of Maryland. Procurement Method: Competitive Sealed Bids (COMAR 21.05.02) Contract Term: May 1, 2009 - April 30, 2010 - eMaryland Marketplace: In order to receive a contract award, a vendor must be registered on eMaryland Marketplace (eMM). The eMM website is https://ebidmarketplace.com/. Issuing Office: Potomac Center - Issuing Office Point of Contact: Frances Penner, 1380 Marshall Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740, (240) 313-3553; FAX (240) 313-3507; fpenner@dhmh.state.md.us - Contract Monitor: Brent Saunders, 1380 Marshall Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740, (240) 313-3552; FAX (240) 313-3507; bsaunders@dhmh.state.md.us Pre- bid conference: Monday, February 9, 2009 at 11:00 AM local time at Potomac Center, room 103, 11380 Marshall Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740 - Deadline for receipt of bids: Monday, February 24, 2009 at 2:00 PM local time. - Bids Received At: Potomac Center, 1380 Marshall Street, Room 114, Hagerstown, MD 21740. Sheila A. Lewis - Manager, Marketing and Communications - Maryland Governor's Office of Minority Affairs - 6 Saint Paul Street, Suite 1502 - Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 767-8232 - (410) 333-7568 (fax) - Email: slewis@mdminoritybusiness.com - www.mdminoritybusiness.com - Kisha Lashley Director, Bridging the Gap - Phone: 410-727-2820 ext. 19 - Fax: 410-539-5705 - Email: kishal@gbc.org 48. AAAE - American Association of Airport Executives - DIRECTOR, REGULATORY AFFAIRS - Washington, DC - Competitive salary. quot;The Director of Regulatory Affairs is responsible for tracking and analyzing regulations that impact airport membership, acting as a liaison between federal agencies and AAAE members, developing products and services for the airport community, and working with the AAAE Meetings department to moderate and run conferences, meetings and workshops.quot; Find out more here <http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102442254393&e=001U79TI7ESblbQSeLlql_VHgH7XasUskGjAVwv1VnyPy7MTUfDeCSAXBKHKrIS Xpvy2Gb9dmVAIxf1J4Sc0Wo11QJwKvOIL3kaPUHQMmPvq7ZANary8G6eqxTDYZFN2Pwy6Ltn5PQyy2I=> 15
  • 16. 49. AWEA - American Wind Energy Association - DIRECTOR OF LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS - Washington, DC - Salary details on request quot;Working closely with the Senior Director for Public & Governmental affairs and with policy, communications, membership, conference, and finance staff, you will pursue the organization's legislative and policy priorities.quot; Find out more here <http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102442254393&e=001U79TI7ESblZeVmbCb8tR-ypbrP8gFlnSpOV2- 5BGTJYB94qVqpFaa_FiWUoEKfHLYTfUZIagpCwJ8lhwlWWRNivkwlXZYUHLdH-6P39qHNOYyO- lDItBvPoLtlBrT7dycazq6aFvVxg=> 50. ADA - American Diabetes Association - EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS - Alexandria, VA Competitive salary - quot;The Executive Vice President develops strategic plans regarding all programs, budgets, and initiatives to achieve Government Affairs and Advocacy goals.quot; Find out more here <http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102442254393&e=001U79TI7ESblaDmeeqzBlrnwIdUgbefcXdqhsNqR13b- rBPiYUNvuC_LZ4LLmlccsUk5hEonKnkHoDeccWEJKPN_HwTj-u8Eca_5mj6Gx02XT- OWTnGYmOGO1vSWeXV0MuCnif_fIMI34=> 51. Sallie Mae - Sallie Mae - SENIOR GOVERNMENT RELATIONS SPECIALIST - Washington, DC - Competitive salary quot;The position of Government Relations Specialist is responsible for executing the day to day operations of the corporate Political Action Committee (PAC) and coordinating the corporation's research and response to formal inquiries from federal and state elected officials.quot; Find out more here <http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102442254393&e=001U79TI7ESblbWa82i7dtW6bb91u- aRz_LKU78PnO40uWtZzIfowJuk8fqpSAi094k8VcgpK_4Uo6rQ_0lpFh_g4DAFa0QdaGFK1avkZIMLvgiZjVxpe9ERJztfLYC8Zdn_ pEkFMJssb2cs-OWQhMZxQ==> 52. ACEP - American College of Emergency Physicians - PUBLIC AFFAIRS ASSISTANT - Washington, DC - Competitive salary - quot;Responsibilities of this position include providing administrative support to the Congressional Affairs Director, Federal Affairs Director, Political Action Director and Quality Measures/HIT Director and supporting committees, taskforces and section activities as assigned.quot; Find out more here <http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102442254393&e=001U79TI7ESbla2LnQdo5UHa5_mrcQ14t7fa1k_5UhgtuOr2_vFOmFUZfKoEiunWQW tEG7h7IlDsoJavP8Kafo5BLQSLnwEkX1cocm1SO_flELciMUCXJv7bSsysbZxABrvNm74nhq7Aks=> 53. SENIOR DIRECTOR: WASH, MED AND AGRICULTURE - WASHINGTON, DC - World Vision is seeking a Senior Director: WASH, MED and Agriculture. Based in Washington DC, s/he will lead a large, geographically dispersed team of specialists in water, agriculture and economic development to identify, secure and backstop water and sanitation, agriculture and economic development projects. Position World Vision United States as a leader in the implementation of innovative responses worldwide through external networking, rigorous program design, capacity building, and monitoring of performance. REQUIREMENTS: Advanced degree or equivalent required. A minimum of eight years of relevant professional experience, with broad and extensive international focus through travel and work in developing countries preferred. Must exhibit demonstrated understanding of USG funding cycles and foundations grant requirements and opportunities and have a proven track record in grant acquisition. Fluency in a second language is highly recommended. International travel 30%-40%. Skills: Excellent communication, problem solving and teambuilding skills. Working knowledge of USAID contracts and reporting procedures. Extensive field experience, preferably as an NGO Country Director or COP leading and implementing large multi-sectoral programs; preferably on more than one continent. TO APPLY: Apply at www.worldvision.org, Job # 2098 54. IBM is looking for a skilled TECHNICAL EDITOR, with a couple years experience on a project at the Department of Justice. Until now, the job has only been available to internal IBM folks, but we are not finding a lot of people because IBM doesn't hire a lot of editors. We hire technical people and technical people do not always know grammar, formatting, and the like. This job would be a great foot in the door to a solid company with good benefits that pays above average. The job is not for everyone. It requires that you are comfortable with copyediting and reading very technical material. You don't need to be a computer genius but you do need to be a quick study and someone that understands how to communicate technical material in clear language. You would also do well if you are very comfortable with the more advanced aspects of MS Word. This position can be rather monotonous at times as you spend a LOT of time staring at the computer, running through document quot;checklistsquot; (the client is very particular on certain types of usage), though it can also be rewarding and you will learn a whole lot in the first year. To work for IBM in general, it helps if you are career- focused and don't mind putting in a few extra hours. This project is located at the Department of Justice building near the Archives Metro and is quite long-term (I've been doing it for two and a half years and there is no end in sight) and you would definitely be expected to stick around a while before looking to transfer to any other projects in IBM as a consultant. Finally, you also must be able to qualify for a security clearance, possibly Top Secret. People with bad credit (it's true!) or past history of anything illegal need not apply as you will be unceremoniously dumped when you are rejected for the clearance. If you already have a clearance, all the better as we can get you started quickly! Let me know if you're interested and I'll find out the details about applying and give you some tips. I am not the hiring manager, but I will probably know if you have a shot at the job. --Melissa Davies msdavies@us.ibm.com 16
  • 17. 55. HIRESTRATEGY – PROJECT MANAGER, IS STRATEGY AND PLANNING - This excellent HireStrategy client is seeking a Project Manager, IS Strategy and Planning to work out of our Chevy Chase, Maryland location. They will assist in the development of corporate and information system strategies to facilitate alignment between the overall business and the information systems organization. 2+ years experience; ideally with a major consulting firm or Fortune 500 company, Experience in project management, financial modeling, and business case development required. Strong communication skills required; experience in coordination between the business and information systems a plus. Understanding on information systems and systems development strongly desired. Top-tier undergraduate degree required; MBA or MIS preferred. Experience with franchising or hospitality businesses a plus. 15% travel required. If interested, please submit your resume to jobs@hirestrategy.com, or click the link to view this position on the web, http://www.hirestrategy.com/quicklinks/hire542.asp 56. SR. ENGINEER TECHNICIAN/SPECIALIST - Supervises the evaluation & installation of software packages to enhance operational capacity of customer systems. Analyzes, designs, implements, manages & plans telecommunications, broadcast and/or RF networks, switching centers, microwave transmission facilities, radio transmission facilities & other emerging industry related technologies. BA & 8+ yrs experience in a telecom /broadcast system & 3 yrs management experience. Send resumes to resume@bia.com 57. ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN - Provides functional analysis, design, development, integration & documentation assistance. Inspects, tests & repairs CPU-based components. Calibrates electronic equipment. Assists w/design, coding, benchmark testing, debugging & documentation programs Prefer LINUX, Windows OS, SQL experience. Associate's or Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Info Systems or applicable technical training certificate required. Send resumes to resume@bia.com 58. VP: DATA CENTER OUTSOURCING (ERP, CRM, COMPLEX APPS) - NORTHERN VA - We seek an executive with experience defining, building, managing and marketing a division of our client that is focused on outsourcing the hosting and support of Fortune 1000 commercial companies' BPO / ERP / CRM / complex applications in our client’s data center facilities. This is an opportunity to create a business within a large organization, to be entrepreneurial, to define and deliver the message to the marketplace. Our publicly traded client is considered the leader in providing managed hosting and network services today. This not a technical role per se (although basic understanding) required, but one focused on business, product development, marketing and customer relationships. A job history defining, building and marketing new outsourcing capabilities for the CSC/Unisys/EDS/IBM's of the world would be ideal. This is a wonderful new opportunity, not a backfill. High profile. Excellent career trajectory. Full Relocation Provided. Send resumes to bill.hoffman@trustedforce.com 59. SR. PRODUCT MANAGER – VERISIGN - The qualified Senior Product Manager would be responsible for bid creation of new gtld bids, new registries, new cctld programs and new private label registry programs. This includes the creation of all written documents for the bid processes, all supporting collateral for these bids and all internal collaboration within VRSN to create the bids. Experience: BS/BA required, MBA a plus. 10 + years of successful Product Management of an Internet related product/ service. Bid/ Proposal creation with successful demonstration of bids secured, examples of written bids required. International work or travel experience is a plus. Existing relationships with technology vendors and brands within the Fortune 500/Global 2000 brands. Experience in leading cross functional teams with demonstration of successful product launch; and/or successful business development activity. Send resumes to mbrennan@verisign.com 60. DATA CENTER DEPLOYMENT ARCHITECT, VERISIGN, DULLES VA - VeriSign is searching for a Data Center Deployment Architect to be responsible for planning and managing projects in the VeriSign data enters; to include the project planning of installs, refreshes and relocation of hardware and cables. A Data Center Deployment Architect requires an in depth understanding of Data Center operations as well as detailed working knowledge of the products and tools deployed to reach that goal. Intermediate knowledge of OS installations is also required. His/her background must include intermediate experience in Ethernet (IEEE Standard 802.3) Local Area Networks (LAN), Enterprise Network topology, and in fiber optic systems. This role will act as lead for data centers’ strategic & tactical planning team and will act as a representative of Data Center Management. Strong project management skills and demonstrated experience in data center migrations required. We prefer the candidate be BICSI Certified (or equivalent) and A+ Certified (or equivalent.) VeriSign is always looking for exceptional people throughout the world to join our organization. Career opportunities exist in technology, finance, sales, and marketing. Send your resume to mbrennan@verisign.com for consideration or visit www.verisign.jobs for more information. 61. WEB DESIGNER - HERNDON, VA - Responsible for assisting with all facets of the web development process, including architecture, layout, template development, implementation, quality control, and maintenance. 2 to 5 years prior successful experience in Marketing and/or Web Design. Experience as a creative and innovative web designer is a plus. Thorough understanding of Graphic Design and Web Design. An Understanding of salesforce.com or use of it in the past in order to create, edit, map, and/or develop proper web form functionality to match Sales force layouts Strong verbal and written communications skills. Send resumes to resumes@apptix.com 17
  • 18. 62. EXECUTIVE MEDIA DIRECTOR - VIENNA, VA - Sage Communications, the DC area’s fastest growing full-service advertising and public relations agency, seeks an experienced Media Director to serve a variety of clients ranging from B2B and B2G to our consumer clients. This position requires 5-8 years experience as a media director, media buyer and/or media planner using print, broadcast and online media. A thorough understanding of online media optimization and pouring over analytics is a must. Market research experience is a plus. Salary and benefits are very competitive. And the growth opportunity is great. Our office is located in Tyson’s Corner, VA. Send resumes to larryr@aboutsage.com 63. CLEARANCEJOBS.COM - SECURITY CLEARANCE JOBS - Tired of the same old job opportunities from the same five defense contractors? ClearanceJobs.com (http://www.clearancejobs.com) has the largest listing of unique security clearance jobs from more prime and subcontractors than any other website. There’s a reason ClearanceJobs.com is trusted by more contractors, national labs, and the Federal government than any other online service to fill national security and defense jobs. A quarter million registered cleared candidates use ClearanceJobs.com to find their next defense job opportunity. You can too. To submit your resume visit https://secure.clearancejobs.com/register.php?action=candidate&ref=ptw Are you a company in need of cleared candidates? Call 1- 866-302-7264 or send inquiries to support@clearancejobs.com 64. SENIOR ACCOUNTANT, FINANCIAL REPORTING - MCLEAN, VA - MicroStrategy, a growing, international software firm is seeking a Senior Accountant with public accounting, SEC, and financial reporting experience. This role will give you the opportunity to become fully involved in the SEC and financial reporting process from beginning to end providing financial and reporting exposure you won’t be able to get anywhere else! As the Financial Reporting Accountant you will learn the SEC process by assisting in the preparation and analysis of SEC filings, supporting MD&A and footnote schedules, analyzing monthly and quarterly results and foreign exchange as well as analyzing and reconciling inter-company activity. If you are an Accountant looking to leave the public accounting environment, strenuous hours, and seeking a better work life balance, then this is the perfect role and organization for you! Send resumes to fpalmer@microstrategy.com 65. REDENGINE DIGITAL - ONLINE MARKETING ACCOUNT MANAGER - MCLEAN, VA - RedEngine Digital is an integrated online marketing agency with big brand clients in the not-for-profit, charity and association sectors. We are seeking an Online Strategist/Marketing Account Manager to help our clients grow their revenue, engagement and issue awareness. Nonprofit or association experience preferred. Position requires a high energy, strategist dedicated to serving our clients in a deadline driven environment. Candidates need demonstrated online marketing project management with the ability to strategize, research, plan and traffic online ad campaigns and report on their results. Excellent writing and organizational skills necessary to manage client relationships while directing writers and designers on multiple projects. MS Office proficient. Knowledge of html, graphics, Web analytics and eCRMs such as Convio preferable. Competitive salary, generous vacation and benefits, bonus program and great working environment in McLean, VA, minutes outside DC. Send cover letter and resume to jobs@redenginedigital.com 66. SALES LEAD SPECIALIST - HERNDON, VA - Aptela Inc. is the leader in business VoIP solutions, eliminating the expense and hassle of traditional business phone services. Aptela’s powerful, Internet based solution revolutionizes the way companies communicate delivering features and functionality to the small to medium business market (SMB) that used to be reserved for large scale enterprises. Aptela is looking for an extraordinary Sales Lead Specialist who possess the drive and results-focused attitude to help us build this exciting and growing market. This individual will be the first contact for sales leads (inbound and outbound). He or she will be contacting leads and following a script to set up appointments for sales presentations by the Senior Sales Representative. Responsibilities include gathering information on prospects such as company size, business needs, sense of urgency and other pertinent data before handing over to the Senior Sales Representative. This role is an entry level position that could lead to a full quota sales position. Responsibilities also include timely follow-up with leads from existing customers and assisting with add-on orders. If you’re a team player with a can-do attitude, we’d love to hear from you! Send resumes to careers@aptela.com 67. SALES REPRESENTATIVE - HERNDON, VA - Aptela Inc. is the leader in business VoIP solutions, eliminating the expense and hassle of traditional business phone services. Aptela’s powerful, Internet based solution revolutionizes the way companies communicate delivering features and functionality to the small to medium business market (SMB) that used to be reserved for large scale enterprises. Aptela is looking for extraordinary sales representatives who possess the drive and results-focused attitude to help us build this exciting and growing market. You will use your business development skills to identify, qualify and build long- term profitable relationships with new accounts selling B2B telecom solutions, IP Telephony, Hosted PBX and converged technologies. We require a true hunter personality that can build and maintain a strong pipeline of opportunities within many market segments. The ability to convert this pipeline into actual sales is necessary. Requirements: Bachelors degree or equivalent sales experience preferred. Excellent communication, presentation, and negotiation skills. Energy, motivation, enthusiasm, integrity, and outstanding organizational time management skills. Strong prospecting and closing skills. ―Hunter mentality‖ and desire to over achieve. 1-2 years experience in selling solutions in B2B environment preferred. Prior experience in the wireless telecom or ―software as a service‖ industries preferred with successful quota achievement. Professional demeanor; team player orientation. Ability to interface with internal and external customers. Conduct product demos to support the selling process. Access product/technical information to support customers. Identify sources of sales leads and follow through on leads. Computer proficiency. Send resumes to careers@aptela.com 18
  • 19. 68. BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE - FEDERAL MARKETS (MCLEAN, VA) - Digital Sandbox - a leading provider of analytic tools and information products that enable large enterprises and government agencies to optimize strategic, policy, operational and budgetary decisions against terrorism and natural hazard risks--is looking for an experienced Federal Business Development Executive to join our rapidly growing team. The ideal candidate must be able to ―own‖ the sales process – demonstrating the ability to prospect, build relationships, assist in solution definition, lead the proposal process, close the deal and finalize the procurement process. The successful candidate will be entrepreneurial with a proven track record of sales success – understanding the intricacies of working in both direct and indirect channel sales environments. Digital Sandbox offers a competitive salary, incentive plan overall benefits package. If you are looking for a dynamic, client-focused environment indicative of a company working within one of our nation's most critical industries, please email your resume to gsloan@dsbox.com 69. RISK ENGINEER, TERRORISM RISK MANAGEMENT (MCLEAN, VA) - Digital Sandbox - a leading provider of analytic tools and information products that enable large enterprises and government agencies to optimize strategic, policy, operational and budgetary decisions against terrorism and natural hazard risks--is looking for a Risk Engineer to join our rapidly growing team. The ideal candidate will have application development experience, strong academic qualifications, demonstrated quantitative skills, and an interest in terrorism risk management. As a risk engineer at Digital Sandbox, you will support the development of new quantitative risk analysis products. Digital Sandbox offers a competitive salary and benefits package, and provides the dynamic, client-focused environment indicative of a company working within one of our nation's most critical industries. If you have 1-3 years of relevant experience – we would like to speak with you about taking your career to the next level. Email resume and representative samples of your writing (both prose and Power Point) and analysis (e.g., a spreadsheet) to jobs@dsbox.com 70. SOFTWARE TESTER - DUPONT CIRCLE, WASHINGTON DC - B-Line Medical (http://www.blinemedical.com) is seeking a passionate Quality Assurance Engineer to join our team. We are a successful product development company that believes in delivering best-in-class products and solutions to our clients. B-Line Medical produces leading products in use at top medical institutions that help improve the quality of doctors worldwide. Our products capture real-time data and synchronized video from multiple medical devices and offer the ability to overlay informative data and statistics. Higher level management modules add functionality including data synchronization, scheduling, reporting, statistical analysis, large-scale clinical skills exam management, and human-patient simulator integration. Ideal candidates will have: Experience manually testing web applications. Experience with testing back-end systems such as through telnet, packet sniffing and sql. Experience with network troubleshooting. Experience working in team environment. A Detailed Oriented mind. Problem solving skills. Ability to work independently and intuitively. Send resumes to careers@blinemedical.com 71. DIRECTOR OF PRODUCT MARKETING, VERISIGN - The Director of Product Marketing will be responsible for developing, launching and managing product marketing strategy for VeriSign domain name products and related services. Position coordinates with company cross-functional teams including product management, engineering, customer service, business affairs, sales, account management, finance and accounting. Position requires developing the product marketing components as they relate to the end user. In addition position requires creating programs to perform all product sell-through to the channel partners. Skills: 12+ years of marketing experience in business and wholesale marketing with a focus on products/services of a technical nature. Previous experience in Internet technology and product marketing. Experience with wholesale marketing. Strong analytical skills including the ability to develop forecasts and financial models for incentive and channel programs. Proactive and achievement focused; must demonstrate ability to work and achieve results independently. Business to business marketing experience required. International marketing experience a plus. Business planning/P&L experience. Market research/target market analysis experience. Strong oral/written communication and presentation skills. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Ability to develop presentations and present to a wide variety of audiences to include prospective customers, customers, and other industry players. Excellent organization and project management skills. Ability to lead through influence. Strong knowledge of Internet, online advertising and general technology. Ability to adjust to constantly changing priorities and fast-paced Internet environment. Ability to multi-task across disciplines is a must. Ability to develop solutions and think out of the box to address channel and customer challenges. Domain name or DNS experience is a plus. Years of experience desired: 12+ with at least 5 in an Internet-related field. MBA. Send resumes to mbrennan@verisign.com 72. R & D SOFTWARE ENGINEER (NAVY FUSION APPLICATIONS) - Adaptive Methods, www.adaptivemethods.com, headquartered in Virginia with offices in Maryland, Tennessee and Florida, is a developer of advanced sensor processing and computing architecture products for surveillance, security and military combat systems. You will design and implement disruptive data fusion technologies and software architectures for transition to existing Navy Programs of Record (PoR) as well as newly developing business areas. Successful candidate B.S. in Engineering or Science discipline with 5+ years experience in the design and implementation of software applications; 3+ years experience in software implementation using modern object-oriented programming languages such as C++/Java; Experience in Linux software development environment; Software design and development experience for tactical defense/military applications operating in real-time and near-real-time processing environments; Experience with Inter- Process Communication (IPC), Polymorphic and Multi-threaded programming techniques. Must be able to obtain security clearance. Send resume to careers@adaptivemethods.comindicating position and salary expectations. 19
  • 20. 73. CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS - SENIOR MANAGER - The Corporate Communication Senior Manager, reporting to the Vice President of Corporate Communications, handles a broad range of public relations activities in support of VeriSign’s Naming Services business. The position also leads a communications team, including investor relations, industry analyst relations and social media, in support of this business. This position will help build and execute overall Naming Services communications with multiple external audiences, with a tactical concentration on educating press, analysts, consumers and the investment community on Naming products and services. The successful candidate also assists in the design and implementation of policies and programs to enhance the public image of the organization. Experience Requirements: BS or BA degree. Previous media relations experience with a technology or consumer company. Minimum seven years PR experience, which ideally includes crisis management, international and public policy experience. Must be comfortable with technology and general knowledge domain name industry a plus. Must be able to effectively counsel senior executives. Ability to articulate company direction and vision. Ability to work independently and be effective in a team setting. Ability to adjust to changing priorities and fast-paced Internet environment. Ability to manage multiple, complex tasks and projects concurrently. Strong written and verbal communications skills. Send resumes to kkalvelage@verisign.com 74. PROJECT MANAGER, STRUCTURED CABLING - VA, DC - Varia Systems is currently interviewing for a Project Management position for our Sterling, VA location. Minimum of 2 yrs experience in structured cabling is preferred. Varia offers a competitive salary and an outstanding benefit package. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit our website at www.variasystems.com Send inquiries to msanders@variasystems.com 75. SENIOR CONSULTANT / STRATEGIST - NavigationArts, a leader in user experience strategies and design, is looking for experienced strategic thinkers for a leadership role in the delivery of internet solutions. This is a great opportunity to become a senior member of a seasoned strategy and project management team and lead experienced project teams on large and complex design and implementation efforts. Skills include relationship management, public facing web expertise, and project management best practices. Send resumes to dlodge@navigationarts.com 76. Senator Bob Bennett’s Washington DC office is seeking applicants to fill the position of ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF OF STAFF/ASSISTANT SCHEDULER. Qualified candidates have college degree, strong written and verbal communication skills, exceptional attention to detail and organization and ability to manage multiple assignments at the same time. Utah ties preferred. Please send cover letter and resume to resume@bennett.senate.gov. 77. Large well established lobbying firm in downtown DC is in immediate need for an EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO SUPPORT THEIR CEO. Qualified candidates will have solid attention to detail and excellent organizing and coordinating skills. This person will have direct contact with Capitol Hill offices (at all levels) and be responsible for small event planning as well as performing typical EA duties on a regular basis. Interest in government affairs a must. Some Capitol Hill experience preferred. High energy and polished communication skills highly desired. Please do not hesitate to call me with questions. Interested parties should email their resume to: bob@thegenevagroup.com Bob Kuecker 78. Financial Brokerage in Herndon, VA looking for some quality talented people to join business and be trained as FINANCIAL COACH. No financial background needed. We will train you. Just need out-going, dedicated and energetic individuals who have the desire to help and educate people. Please send resumes and contact information to tricia.bare@gmail.com. 79. PROJECT MANAGER - Silver Spring, MD - Riverside Technology, inc. (RTi), a leading international engineering and consulting firm providing scientific analysis, scientific applications development, systems engineering, GIS services to NOAA/ NWS, Federal agencies, international clients and state governments, has an immediate opportunity for an international Project Manager. The successful candidate will work from the National Weather Service in Silver Spring, MD providing oversight and implementation of the current work plan to transfer and implement NWS technology to the Saudi Arabia Meteorological Agency. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Serve as the NOAA/ National Weather Service Project Manager for Saudi Arabia. Provide oversight and implementation of the current workplan to transfer and implement National Weather Service technology to the Saudi Arabia Meteorological Agency. Evaluate subtasks within the project and provide subcontracting actions as necessary. Provide guidance for implementation and support of surface weather observation systems, regional meteorological forecast models, and communication networks. QUALIFICATIONS: A proven track record of successful international project planning and implementation (schedule & budget) required. Environmental project oversight experience required. Ability to determine requirements for subtask contracting, including general contracting skills. Ability to travel internationally at least twice per year is required. Desired: Familiarity with numerical weather prediction, specifically WRF models. Familiarity with NOAA international projects. Strong communications skills; ability to manage a multi-cultural project. Must be a U.S. citizen with ability to qualify for quot;Position of Trustquot; if required by contract. BS Degree in Environmental Science or other related discipline is essential, or MS Degree with atmospheric science background. 10 years’ related experience with at least 5 years’ experience in project oversight and implementation. International project management experience is essential. TO APPLY: RTi is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering very competitive compensation and exceptional employee benefits. Individuals interested in joining the RTi team should send their resume, as a Word attachment; with a cover letter to Job073008@Riverside.com Please refer to job title Project Manager in the Subject line. 20
  • 21. 80. GREENHOUSE WORKERS needed. Buckler’s Nursery Now Hiring! - Charlotte Hall Location. - Immediate positions available starting February 16, working in the Greenhouse. Part-time and Full-time positions available, starting at $9.00 per hour and up depending on experience. Will train on site. Call to set up an interview 9am-4pm ONLY! 301-932-1694. 81. EPIDEMIOLOGIST/STATISTICIAN - WASHINGTON, DC - The Public Health Institute is seeking a Technical Advisor II: Epidemiologist/ Statistician (GHFP-08-121) in Washington, DC. The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP) is a five year cooperative agreement implemented and managed by the Public Health Institute (PHI) in partnership with the Harvard School of Public Health, Management Systems International and Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. GHFP is supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). The Epidemiologist/ Statistician will serve as a member of the Office of HIV/AIDS’s Technical Leadership and Research Division (GH/OHA/TLR). ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Epidemiologist/ Statistician will be responsible for applying empirical data and complex analytical approaches to HIV/AIDS programming challenges in resource-limited settings. These include data analyses, policy analyses, and application of mathematical models to optimize the use of resources for HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment on national and global levels. Specific responsibilities include: A. Advance the understanding of HIV/AIDS data and epidemiological models within USAID and PEPFAR programs: B. Enhance the utilization of epidemiological data and mathematical models in USAID/United States Government (USG) HIV/AIDS program and policies: C. Function as a key member of and technical resource for USAID/OHA team: Contribute toward technical capabilities to promote the activities of the USAID Office of HIV/AIDS. Participate in and contribute to activities undertaken by PEPFAR interagency Public Health Evaluation (PHE) teams and Technical Working Groups (TWGs). REQUIREMENTS: Master’s degree in epidemiology, statistics or a related field; Ph.D. or Dr.PH desirable. Minimum five years’ experience working in public health, preferably including HIV/AIDS, with at least two years’ experience conducting data analyses or working for research projects in international settings. Experience in secondary analysis of survey or surveillance data. Knowledge of principles, methods, theories and procedures of epidemiology and statistics, including research design, statistical analysis, and causal inference. Knowledge of principles and practices of behavioral and biomedical research as applied to HIV/AIDS epidemiology, prevention, care and treatment. Knowledge of simulation modeling and applications of mathematical models in HIV/AIDS policies and programming. Familiarity with a variety of research and analytical approaches including randomized studies, health systems interventions, systematic reviews, and cost-effectiveness analyses. Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills. US Citizenship or US Permanent Residency required. Salary commensurate with experience and earnings history. The Public Health Institute offers a comprehensive benefits package including professional development programs. TO APPLY: Visit the Recruitment section of our website at https://www.ghfp.net/recruitment/. All candidates are required to apply through GHFP’s online recruitment system, which allows you to store your CV, profile and bio data form in our database. A separate cover letter describing your qualifications and experience, interest and familiarity with issues relating to this position, and how this position relates to your career goals is required for each application. All online applications must be submitted by March 5, 2009. Prior applicants are still under consideration and need not reapply. We are proud to be an affirmative action employer. 82. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OFFICER - We are pleased to inform you that we are accepting applications for Foreign Service Financial Management Officer positions. Look here (http://careers.state.gov/specialist/opportunities/finmgt.html) for more information, and to start the application process. Please note that the deadline to submit completed applications is March 13, 2009. All applicants must be American citizens and at least 20 years old to apply and at least 21 years of age to be appointed. All career candidates must be appointed to the Foreign Service prior to the month in which they reach 60. We appreciate your interest in a career with the U.S. Department of State. 83. INFORMATION RESOURCE OFFICER - We are pleased to inform you that we are accepting applications for Foreign Service Information Resource Officer positions. Look here (http://careers.state.gov/specialist/opportunities/inforesource.html) for more information, and to start the application process. Please note that the deadline to submit completed applications is March 13, 2009. We appreciate your interest in a career with the U.S. Department of State. 84. Center on Budget and Policy Priorities is seeking a SENIOR LEGISLATIVE ASSOCIATE - Washington, DC - Salary commensurate with experience. quot;The Center is seeking a Senior Legislative Associate to join the Center's legislative affairs division to coordinate federal legislative activity on selected issues and help communicate the Center's research findings and policy recommendations to Congressional and Administration policymakers and staff.quot; Find out more here <http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102454000760&e=001pIQEQ5PbhnUsq2e0cNtQ2om2D- D2xWk52mdrA4MSOXkkBjOzc82C_T_2lrnU92eH31gbksJDX0Qfj0V7yhyfHz2d5- 34Mu_xDWSwdVlgLRBxFH737nwt3nXRpqRkYhNrVhBZvRDlsoc=> 85. AHCA - American Health Care Association is seeking a DIRECTOR, GOVERNMENT RELATIONS - Washington, DC Competitive salary . quot;Reporting to the Senior Vice President, Policy & Government Relations, this individual will represent the positions of the AHCA before the U.S. Congress, the Administration and other organizations on federal legislative issues.quot; Find out more here <http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102454000760&e=001pIQEQ5PbhnXo21MQ8yhvFuO7M1zrYjrFnDNfqDS6nJK_7rQR8FiFDfkAqN40yw t2opg7nn0DcXpxIQ93spHEsUNrbVaK91_2dq9igFmtTqRCMoApSPYbTDvoWvT8GKTxvoZwETEQ7z0=> 21
  • 22. 86. Spectrum Science - Spectrum Science Communications is seeking a PUBLIC AFFAIRS ASSOCIATE Washington, DC. Salary details on request. quot;Spectrum Science Communications is seeking a talented individual to work with our Legislative / Public Affairs group in an associate role. Within this role, one will participate knowledgeably in client meetings and draft reports, policy briefs and issue briefs for internal and external use.quot; Find out more here <http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102454000760&e=001pIQEQ5PbhnV6E64NgjSqg1Ri8GExh7-f9KsbJH- fJYOS9AgN9Bzwv45MWiGf0UL73KFzrg5wuFQO1e8saNWjatbk6CsJpFktg-dalfTYKEDTy6Hl_hMZ- csWGCmUv_Ps4J0ROyaiDJS_HtMvN83GL084c1T23Qoa> 87. GPA - Generic Pharmaceutical Association - VICE PRESIDENT OF FEDERAL AFFAIRS - Arlington, VA. Competitive salary. quot;The ideal candidate should have significant experience in working with members of Congress, the Executive Branch and their staffs on health care related issues, particularly those related to pharmaceutical cost and access issues.quot; Find out more here <http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102454000760&e=001pIQEQ5PbhnUbZHsWC4ZWwkCpDRh0lso1RHQDHFDrGasW_L0_bF-c- FMEaAcUbi4shZ0f4UApujttMte7Os__zKXa0S0KtmBfSjJKFWqz8TgdevrSSMGcxxZ8EgCqSZNBzjegfRxNtH4=> 88. Easter Seals, a non-profit organization located in Silver Springs, is urgently seeking a VICE PRESIDENT OF PHILANTHROPY. Easter Seals is a regional organization serving DC, MD and Northern VA. The board and staff have been implementing comprehensive, major gift fundraising programs for the past ten years. Major Responsibilities: Develop and implement a best practice comprehensive and major gift fundraising program integrating annual, capital and special event fundraising. Oversee the activities of the annual fund, which include individual, corporate, major gifts, special events and grants. Personally manage a portfolio of the organization’s top prospects, developing and implementing plans for cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of these prospects in collaboration with board volunteers and other assigned solicitors. Develops and oversees campaigns for capital fund raising. Serves as a member of the senior leadership team, assisting in shaping and leading the future of ES Greater Washington Baltimore Region. Leads and manages a team of development professionals. Main Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field. Relevant fundraising experience, with a minimum of three (3) years managing and leading a successful comprehensive development program. Proven track record of fund raising, marketing & in the identification, cultivation & solicitation of major gifts. Belief and passion in Philanthropy. Core Competencies: Purpose – Strategic agility/thinker, Decision quality, Political savvy. Process- Customer focus, Business acumen, Delegation, Drive for results, Organizing. People-- Interpersonal Savvy, Fairness to direct reports, Building effective teams, Motivating Others. Personal-- Action oriented, Passionate, Ethics & values, Integrity & trust, Problem solving, Composure, Presentation skills. Please contact : Lisa Reeves – President & CEO – Easter Seals Greater Washington-Baltimore Region, Inc. , 1420 Spring Street, Silver Spring, MD 20910. 301-920-9706 direct line. 301-588-8700 . 301-920-9770 FAX. E-mail lreeves@eseal.org www.gwbr.easterseals.com 89. EVALUATION ADVISOR - Calverton, MD - MACRO is seeking an Evaluation Advisor to work on multiple international evaluation projects in the areas of child labor and basic education. Macro International Inc. (MACRO) is a professional services firm offering high quality research, management consulting and information technology services supporting business and government. Responsibilities include: coordinating evaluations around the world from our offices in Maryland; providing quality control and review of international evaluator methodologies, instruments and reports; providing technical guidance to senior managers; guiding junior staff and national-level project stakeholders in logistical planning in multiple countries. Minimal travel required. REQUIREMENTS: M.A. in International Comparative Education, Monitoring and Evaluation or related international social science and 5+ years relevant field evaluation experience required. Knowledge of mixed-methodologies and some quantitative survey methods a plus. Excellent verbal and written communication skills needed. Knowledge of child labor or basic education evaluation desirable. MACRO offers an excellent compensation and benefits package including 401(k), profit sharing, tuition reimbursement, casual business dress, and free parking. MACRO is conveniently located in suburban Maryland at the intersection of 495/95 near the Silver Spring/Technology Corridor adjacent to Route 29/Colesville Road. EOE/M/F/V/D. TO APPLY: Send cover letter and resume to ATTN: Job Code: PE/SB via email to hrb@mmail.macrointernational.com. MACRO INTERNATIONAL INC. ATTN: EA/SB, 11785 Beltsville Drive, Calverton, MD 20705 90. WANTED: ENGINEERS (BS, MS, PHD) -- Get Hired!!! US Food and Drug Administration’s Division of Cardiovascular Devices. Job Description: Lead scientific reviewer for cardiovascular devices, managing a team of engineers, scientists, and clinicians. Assist companies to design and then review the results from all stages of device evaluation, from bench-top and animal testing to clinical trial design to market approval to post-approval monitoring. Skills Needed: engineering critical thinking, written and oral communication, team management, time management. Benefits: Stimulating, high-impact work environment, flexible work hours and flexible workplace arrangements available! FROM PACEMAKERS… TO ARTIFICIAL HEARTS… Please Contact: Linda.Ricci@fda.hhs.gov or Allison,Kumar@fda.hhs.gov 91. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OPENING - I am recruiting for an Executive Director for the EIFS Industry Members Association (EIMA). EIMA, primarily a manufacturers association, will be re-locating to Falls Church. The Executive Director will be officed in AWCI’s headquarters office space and utilize various association support services. I will have some oversight of the Executive Director and s/he will report directly to the EIMA Board of Directors. Please contact: Steven A. Etkin -- Executive Vice President/CEO – 513 West Broad St. Suite 210 - Falls Church, VA 22046 703-538-1600 703-534-8307 Fax www.awci.org 22
  • 23. 92. The Families Foremost Center has an immediate opening for an ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/RECEPTIONIST. Responsibilities include administrative support, greeting clients and visitors & performing accurate data entry. Prior office/receptionist experience, solid PC skills (Word, ACCESS & Excel), experience working with children (0 - 3 yrs) required. Part- time, 22 hours/week with full benefits package. Resume to HR/FFC, 1000 Twinbrook Parkway, Rockville, MD 20851, fax 301-424- 8056, nallen@mhamc.org. *EOE* Nancy T. Allen, PHR, CCP, GRP, Director, Human Resources - Mental Health Association 93. FAIRFAX COUNTY OPEN JOB LISTING FOR FEBRUARY 14, 2009 - Note: details on current open jobs are available at http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/jobs/listing/listing.asp You may also view quot;Other Featured Jobs,quot; including seasonal and part-time opportunities, at http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/gov/pers/jobs.htm#Others MANAGEMENT, STAFF AND FISCAL SERVICES 09-7004 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST, $28.26 to $37.69/hour, 40 hours per week 09-7005 NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NIMS) COMPLIANCE OFFICER, $28.26 to $37.69/hour, 40 hours per week INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES 09-0082 DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR III, $69,106 to $92,141 CLERICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 99-8302 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II, $30,611 to $40,815 HEALTHCARE AND NURSING SERVICES 09-0058 CORRECTIONAL HEALTH NURSE I, $44,327 to $59,103 09-0100 DIRECTOR OF QUALITY ASSURANCE, $61,634 to $82,179 09-0102 MENTAL RETARDATION SPECIALIST I, $42,252 to $56,336 09-9084 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE II, $48,615 to $64,819 09-0038 SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR II, $48,615 to $64,819 SOCIAL SERVICES 09-0097 SOCIAL WORKER II, $48,615 to $64,819 ENGINEERING, PLANNING, AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 09-0104 ENGINEER IV, $64,615 to $85,154 09-0105 SENIOR ENGINEER III, $61,634 to $81,179 08-2343 TRANSPORTATION SECTION CHIEF, $69,106 to $115,176 PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES 09-9501 DEPUTY SHERIFF I, $45,283 to $52,422 09-9502 DEPUTY SHERIFF I, $21.77 to $25.20/hour, 20 hrs per wk 09-9511 DEPUTY SHERIFF I - LATERAL TRANSFER, $47,548 to $60,685 09-9015 FIREFIGHTER/EMT, $48,877 09-9023 FIREFIGHTER/MEDIC, $53,887 09-9551 POLICE CADET, $27,316 to $33,975 09-9550 POLICE OFFICER I, $47,094 to $54,519 09-9515 POLICE OFFICER I - LATERAL TRANSFER, $49,450 to $66,268 09-9012 SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD, $12.80 to $21.34/hour TRADE, MANUAL AND CUSTODIAL SERVICES 09-9036 AUTOMOTIVE PARTS SPECIALIST I, $32,066 to $42,754 09-0087 MAINTENANCE WORKER, $26,634 to $35,513 09-9032 MOTOR EQUIPMENT OPERATOR, $33,602 to $44,802 EXEMPT SERVICES 09-7003 ACTIVITY FACILITATOR, $12.12/hour 99-7000 NON-MERIT, SEASONAL (SUMMER) AND PART-TIME JOBS, salary varied 94. DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICER-ACCESS TO MARKETS - Washington, DC - World Vision United States (www.worldvision.org) is seeking a Design and Development Officer-Access to Markets to assist selected field offices in building capacity and promoting the Value Chain approach in Enterprise Development and Market Development programming. This person will also provide technical expertise, counsel and assistance in fund raising for access to markets programming through both public and private donors. REQUIREMENTS: A qualified applicant will have 3-5 years experience in value chain analysis; broad international experience in access to markets interventions, extensive experience in international development, preferably on more than one continent and strong writing skills. Experience with USAID funding acquisition and management required, previous experience with Gates Foundation very helpful. Fluency in Spanish is preferred but not required. Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred. 30% international travel. TO APPLY: Send CV and cover letter with salary history to: cbowers@worldvision.org 23
  • 24. 95. OPERATIONS DIRECTOR: INTEGRATED FOOD AND NUTRITION - Washington, DC - World Vision is seeking an Operations Director: Integrated Food and Nutrition. Based in Washington DC, s/he will supervise a team of food aid program officers and nutritionist(s) concentrating on management of projects on the Integrated Food and Nutrition programmatic team while ensuring program quality and accountability of the team's large, multi-million USD portfolio. Provide general operational support to the team's senior director by developing internal policies, procedures and protocols that facilitate the smooth functioning and internal integration of all team members. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree or equivalent required. Master's degree preferred. Minimum of 6 years of relevant experience required. Previous food aid, field based international relief and development experience strongly preferred. Minimum of four years direct experience in acquiring and managing grants from U.S. Government agencies, including USAID and USDA. Title II food aid experience preferred. Language ability in Portuguese, French or Haitian Creole a major plus. 30% international travel. Skills: Strong team building and leadership skills. Ability to manage a multi-cultural, geographically dispersed team. Strong communication skills and track record of finding win-win situations in problem solving. TO APPLY: Apply at www.worldvision.org, Job # 2151 96. 2009 SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS -- Here's some vital information for high school students, and their parents. Get on internet areas for those programs which peak your interest. ....share these opportunities with individuals who may know of students willing to expand their enterprises. GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Science & Engineering Apprenticeship program (summer) - Applications due: Feb. 27, 2009 - This program places academically talented H.S. students (at least 16 yrs old, sophomores/ juniors) with interest in science & math in Dept. of Defense laboratories for an 8-wk period over the summer. This is an invaluable experience in the world of scientific research, with hands-on exposure to scientific & engineering practices not available in the HS environment. It is a paid apprenticeship ($2,000) and the students are assigned a scientist or engineer as their mentor. To apply online or get more information about the program: http://www.usaeop.com. Students must submit their transcript (minimum GPA 3.0) and teacher recommendation to the program director for consideration and daily transportation is the student's responsibility. Program runs from June 22 - August 14, 2009. FREE!! The National Center for Health Marketing’s Global Health Odyssey Museum is pleased to offer the 2009 CDC Disease Detective Camp (DDC). DDC is an academic day camp for students who will be high school juniors and seniors during the 2009-2010 school year. Campers will take on the roles of disease detectives and learn how CDC safeguards the nation’s health. The camp will be offered twice from June 22-26 and July 13-17. For more info and to apply to go www.cdc.gov/gcc/exhibit/camp.htm. Deadline is April 20. FREE!! The American Legion sponsors a week-long summer leadership program called Boys State. This year’s program will be held at McDaniel College in Westminster , Maryland from June 21-27. If you are a junior interested in a leadership opportunity see your guidance counselor right away for more information. The Leadership Center at Morehouse College presents the 2009 Coca-Cola Pre-College Leadership Program. There are 2 programs, one for male students completing their sophomore or junior year, and the other for male students completing their senior year. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale). The curriculum focuses on personal and interpersonal leadership skills. The program runs from June 20 to June 26. The cost is $400.00 and the application deadline is February 20. To apply, go to www.morehouse.edu. Application access is listed under quot;Events at the Leadership Center .quot; NASA sponsors the National Space Club Scholars Program, a 6 week summer internship at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center . It is open to students who will be 16 years old and have completed the 10th grade by June 2009, have demonstrated high academic success, and have an interest in space science or engineering as a career. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Applications are available in the Career Center or online at www.education.gsfc.nasa.gov/pages/placement.html Apply now! The application must be postmarked by February 17, 2009. University of Maryland , College Park: Women in Engineering, E2@UMD, July 12-18 or July 19-25; rising juniors and seniors. Go to www.wie.umd.edu/precollege or call 301-405-3283 University of Maryland Young Scholars Program targets rising juniors and seniors who have a strong academic record and a desire to excel to experience college life while earning three academic credits. 14 courses are offered for three weeks from July 12 – 31, 2009.. Visit www.ysp.umd.edu/pr CITY YEAR, WASHINGTON DC (Americorps) - Graduating seniors who are not sure what they want to do after high school should consider applying for a paid community service position with City Year, Washington, DC., a group of 17-24 year olds committed to full-time service for ten months in the Washington, DC community. Benefits include: living stipend ($200 per week), health care coverage, free metro pass, and $4,725 educational scholarship. For more info: www.cityyear.org or email: cmurphy@cityyear.org/dc or call: 202-776-7780, Amanda Seligman. Recruitment open houses will be held once a month at their headquarters: 918 U Street, NW , 2nd floor, Washington , DC 20001 . 97. THREE POSITIONS WITH AECOM INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INC. - AECOM International Development Inc. (AECOM) is a global economic and infrastructure development firm providing higher living standards in emerging markets through provision of high-quality, technical advisory services to governments and the private sector. AECOM works in the areas of economic growth, environment and regional development, industrial and commercial area development, democracy and governance, humanitarian response and stabilization, and infrastructure and facilities. TO APPLY: Please send a cover letter and resume through AECOM’s website at: www.aecominterdev.com. Select Search Jobs, AECOM International Development, search for the position by the corresponding job code and apply with your cover letter and resume. In your Cover Letter and Resume, please highlight your 24
  • 25. experience as related to the key qualifications of the position. AECOM employees around the world enjoy a wide range of benefits and a competitive compensation packages. AECOM is much more than just a place to work. It is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and business skills into high gear and work alongside other highly intelligent and motivated people. It is a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, interesting and meaningful projects. It is a place that values the diversity of our employees and practice areas. That is what makes AECOM such a great place to work and grow so come grow with us! For more information on AECOM, please visit our website at www.aecom.com. AECOM is an EOE. LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN MANAGER - ARLINGTON, VA AECOM seeks a Latin America and Caribbean Manager (JOB CODE: 30190BR) for its growing Economic Growth, Governance, and Reconstruction (EGGR) division based in its Arlington, Virginia head office. Responsibilities include: Lead the identification and pursuit of new business opportunities and manage successful proposal efforts. Participate in desk studies and field visits to potential program locations. Expand AECOM network of individual technical specialists and domestic and international partner organizations. Deepen relationships with current and potential US government clients at USAID. Join in development and implementation of tailored outreach and marketing strategy. Play key role in proposal development as technical writer and/or proposal czar and generate winning strategies for technical and cost submissions. Act as in-house technical specialist on current and future Economic Growth, Governance, and Reconstruction programs including Alternative Livelihood programs; or to projects or programs housed elsewhere in AECOM. QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated leadership, management, communication, political skills in multi-cultural environments under demanding conditions. Experience winning and managing large development assistance/ stabilization contracts. Clear familiarity with all aspects of the project life cycle, including subcontracting and grants under contract and applicable USG regulations. Experience in inter-agency program design, delivery, and evaluation. Team building and motivating aptitude; even with limited direction. Prepared to manage multiple tasks against unreasonable timeframes, prioritize and immediately re-prioritize in the face of unanticipated changes. 5-15 years of short and long term field experience; including a minimum of 3 years experience with US government funded program management. Graduate degree in relevant disciplines; theoretical and practical. Proven communications skills; written and verbal. Must have Spanish fluency. Willing to travel 40% of the time. CONFLICT RESOLUTION OPERATIONS MANAGER - SRI LANKA - AECOM seeks an Operations Manager (JOB CODE: 28873BR) for a long-term position on a USAID-funded Conflict Resolution and Community Building program in Sri Lanka. Among other duties, he/she will be responsible for program development; office set-up; financial management; and to hire, supervise, and train local personnel. Responsibilities include: Community-focused reintegration. Rehabilitation support for ex-combatants and youth. Implementation of language policy in the Eastern Province. Land claims registry development. Media and communications technical assistance. Grants management is a large component of this project and underpins several of the key technical areas QUALIFICATIONS: Advanced Degree in International Relations, International Development, Conflict Resolution, Public Policy, Business Administration or a related field. At least 5 years experience supervising complex and challenging field operations in conflict-affected, unstable developing countries. Experience in program development in conflict-affected and crisis environments. Experience implementing rapid, high-impact grants programming. Experience hiring, supervising and training local personnel. Experience managing large, donor-funded projects with multiple offices. Fluency in written and spoken English. Sri Lanka or South Asia work experience preferred. CHIEF OF PARTY, MUNICIPAL CAPACITY BUILDING – AFGHANISTAN - AECOM International Development is preparing for an upcoming USAID-funded municipal capacity building program in Afghanistan and seeks a Chief of Party (JOB CODE : 29915BR). The objectives of the program will be strengthening municipalities through improvement in the delivery of local public services in selected provinces. The Chief of Party will be responsible for ensuring that all project objectives and deliverables are met in a timely, efficient and quality manner. The Chief of Party will also provide the overarching vision and direction for the project. Initial and on-going project design and management will include but is not limited to coordinating all expatriate and national staff and ensuring best-practice resource allocation. Key technical areas covered by project: Local governance, Decentralization, Municipal finance and administration, Local economic growth, Public-private partnerships, and Municipal service development and implementation. QUALIFICATIONS: Previous Chief of Party experience on large-scale, complex USAID projects in difficult environments is required. Minimum of fifteen (15) years of experience of managing USAID-funded economic development and/or governance projects; showing a strong working knowledge of development and foreign aid, with emphasis on the priorities of USAID. Experience in managing projects in post-conflict, unstable environments. Master’s degree or higher in relevant field. Knowledge of Pashto or Urdu is preferred but not required. Strong management skills and excellent interpersonal and written communication skills. 98. MONITORING AND EVALUATION HEALTH ADVISOR - WASHINGTON, DC - The Public Health Institute is seeking a Technical Advisor III: Monitoring and Evaluation Health Advisor (GHFP-09-126) in Washington, DC. The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP) is a five year cooperative agreement implemented and managed by the Public Health Institute (PHI) in partnership with the Harvard School of Public Health, Management Systems International, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. GHFP is supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor serves as the Agency’s senior global health advisor for monitoring and evaluation, and in carrying out this role leads the GH team which acts as a resource on USAID monitoring and evaluation (M&E) policies and practices. The Advisor leads the development and implementation of a Bureau-wide research and evaluation agenda/ plan; oversees implementation of this Bureau evaluation plan; and ensures the analysis and dissemination of evaluation findings, conclusions, recommendations and best practices are appropriate. S/he participates in the GH monitoring and evaluation management and oversight efforts, and serves as the Bureau’s resource on USAID performance monitoring policies and practices. Assessing and Learning: 50%: Leads GH in quot;assessing and learning,quot; including participation in the Monitoring and Evaluation Working Group, 25
  • 26. providing technical oversight on GH projects that provide M&E and on technical assistance activities that require M&E, and various other tasks that inform GH program monitoring and evaluation efforts. Transforms performance data into analysis critical for effective decision-making statistics on all GH foreign assistance funding worldwide. Consults with GH leadership, provides prompt and accurate analysis for policy makers throughout USAID, the US Department of State, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the National Security Council, Congress, field missions’ health and program offices, and other USG agencies, as appropriate. Reviews field and central operating unit program performance, including performance and monitoring reports and evaluations, to identify issues that may affect planning and implementation of GH programs. Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Assistance: 25%: Provides technical and analytical assistance to missions to ensure strategic planning and performance monitoring requirements (e.g., Mission Performance Plans and Annual Report submissions) are implemented to meet the standards defined by USAID, the Bureau for Foreign Assistance in the US Department of State as well as OMB. Strategic Planning: 25%: Conducts investigations and special analyses for input to strategic planning, policy development, performance reporting, program design, speeches, Congressional inquiries, and other program documents related to the Agency’s health sector. REQUIREMENTS: Master’s degree in public health, international relations, economics, anthropology, history, geography or related discipline. Minimum ten years’ experience in M&E policies and practices with at least three years’ experience in an international/ resource poor setting. Knowledge of the theories and principles of development assistance, particularly in the health sector, applied in analyzing and evaluating factors and conditions involved in the administration of US foreign assistance programs. Knowledge of current US foreign policy objectives and programs to assess the relevancy and implications of global social, political, economic, geographic and military issues, developments and events affecting the formulation and execution of US foreign policy, particularly US foreign assistance.Mastery of social science methods and techniques to produce policy-relevant assessments that involve the research and analysis of information derived from a variety of sources. Ability to provide advice guidance and consultation to officials on the interpretation and application of completed analyses. Strong interpersonal communication and writing skills. Ability to work with diverse teams. High degree of judgment, maturity, ingenuity and originality to interpret strategy, to analyze, develop and present work results, and to monitor and evaluate implementation of programs. Willingness to travel internationally. US Citizenship or Permanent Residency required. Salary will be based on commensurate experience and earnings history. The Public Health Institute offers a comprehensive benefits package including professional development programs. TO APPLY: Visit the Recruitment section of our website at https://www.ghfp.net/recruitment/. All candidates are required to apply through GHFP’s online recruitment system, which allows you to store your CV, profile and bio data form in our database. A separate cover letter describing your qualifications and experience, interest and familiarity with issues relating to this position, and how this position relates to your career goals is required for each application. All online applications must be submitted by March 16, 2009. We are proud to be an affirmative action employer. 99. DONOR COORDINATION ADVISOR - WASHINGTON, DC - The Public Health Institute is seeking a Technical Advisor III: Donor Coordination Advisor (GHFP-09-127) in Washington, DC. The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP) is a five year cooperative agreement implemented and managed by the Public Health Institute (PHI) in partnership with the Harvard School of Public Health, Management Systems International, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. GHFP is supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Donor Coordination Advisor is the senior advisor responsible for organizing and implementing coordination between USAID and major public and private donors active in international health assistance, while recognizing the role of GH technical offices, regional bureaus and missions in coordinating with donors on programs within their scope. The Advisor’s responsibility includes close coordination with the Office of Development Partners which has overall responsibility within the Agency for donor coordination. Coordination actions are directed toward improving development effectiveness and efficiency of US assistance, determining and directing each donor’s assistance to its areas of comparative advantage, reducing redundancy among donors, and promoting the joint impact of donors to serve US health objectives. In addition, the Donor Coordination Advisor participates in a wide range of strategic planning roles in support of the Office’s Division for Strategic Planning and Budgeting. REQUIREMENTS: Master’s degree in public health, international relations, economics, anthropology, history, geography or related discipline. Minimum ten years’ experience in analyzing and evaluating factors and conditions involved in the administration of development or foreign assistance programs. At least three years’ experience in an international/ resource poor setting. Knowledge of USAID programs in a capacity that requires understanding USAID procedures and policies. Mastery of social science methods and techniques to produce policy-relevant assessments that involve the research and analysis of information derived from a variety of sources. Ability to provide advice guidance and consultation to officials on the interpretation and application of completed analyses. Strong interpersonal communication and writing skills. Ability to work with diverse teams. High degree of judgment, maturity, ingenuity and originality to interpret strategy, to analyze, develop and present work results and to monitor and evaluate implementation of programs. Willingness to travel internationally. US Citizenship or Permanent Residency required. Salary will be based on commensurate experience and earnings history. The Public Health Institute offers a comprehensive benefits package including professional development programs. TO APPLY: Visit the Recruitment section of our website at https://www.ghfp.net/recruitment/. All candidates are required to apply through GHFP’s online recruitment system, which allows you to store your CV, profile and bio data form in our database. A separate cover letter describing your qualifications and experience, interest and familiarity with issues relating to this position, and how this position relates to your career goals is required for each application. All online applications must be submitted by March 2, 2009. We are proud to be an affirmative action employer. 26