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Martinsburg
Posted 4 days ago
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MD
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Full-Time
Martinsburg
Posted 4 weeks ago

High Volume Steak and Seafood Restaurant Seeks Line Cooks & Chef

Qualifications:
1. Must live in the Martinsburg West Virginia Area or be willing and able to commute to Martinsburg, West Virginia. 2. Must Be professional, motivated, passionate, creative and a self-starter. • Chef-Driven Menu • In House Barbeque & Pizza Program • Flexible Shifts • Competitive Pay • Immediate Hire To apply for the line cook positions, please call or text 304-283-5101

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High Volume Steak and Seafood Restaurant Seeks Line Cooks & Chef Qualifications: 1. Must live in the Martinsburg West Virginia Area or be willing and able to commute to Martinsburg, West Virginia....

Seasonal
Leesburg
Posted 2 months ago

Lodge Leader

Description: Looks after the well-being of our students, and ensures that they have a great camp experience! Under the direction of the Head of Residential Life, coordinates and leads non-artistic activities and experiences for the camp community. Salary: $350-$500/week plus room and board for 8 weeks.    Ideal candidate will have the following skills and characteristics: 
  • Have or be pursuing a bachelor’s degree 
  • Experience working at summer camp (ages 10-18) 
  • A strong belief in the power of the ensemble 
  • Relish working outdoors 
  • Experience with ensemble-building, low ropes, or Leave No Trace camping skills a plus 
  • Lifeguard certification for waterfronts a plus 
  • Experience with helping students building coping skills and deescalating issues. 
  • Experience helping students recover from homesickness, disappointments, friendship shifts and identity issues. 
  • Have a passion they can teach/share with the students 
  • Experience with and passion for performing arts education a plus 
  • Bonus points for a CDL license (school bus) 
  For more information: https://www.travelingplayers.org/about/employment To apply: Please email resume and cover letter to Jeanne Harrison (jeharrison@travelingplayers.org) and fill out this Google Form.

Lodge Leader Description: Looks after the well-being of our students, and ensures that they have a great camp experience! Under the direction of the Head of Residential Life, coordinates and leads non...

Seasonal
Leesburg
Posted 2 months ago

Kitchen Cook

Description: Works with a team to complete daily food-related duties – preparing and serving meals for 100 campers and staff daily. Enables campers (ages 10-18) to participate in food prep and clean up in an enjoyable way. Our kitchen staff are fully integrated into the Traveling Players community and participate in the larger camp culture. Salary: $350-$500/week plus room and board for 8 weeks.    Primary duties include: 
  • Assist the Head of Kitchen and Assistant Head of Kitchen as directed 
  • Lead the camp community in getting involved with cooking and cleaning 
  • Preparation, serving, and clean-up of all meals. 
  • Maintain the kitchen according to health, safety, and sanitary standards, including proper storage and serving. 
  • Accommodate special dietary requirements as reasonable. 
  Ideal candidate will have the following skills and characteristics: 
  • Kitchen experience (1 year+) 
  • Experience with food allergies and dietary restrictions (we have a significant number of vegetarian students & staff) 
  • Strong interpersonal skills, especially with children age 10-18 
  • Desire to be fully integrated into all-camp community activities 
  • Current ServSafe certification a bonus, as well as a clean license and reliable vehicle 
  For more information: https://www.travelingplayers.org/about/employment To apply: Please email resume and cover letter to Jeanne Harrison (jeharrison@travelingplayers.org) and fill out this Google Form.

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Kitchen Cook Description: Works with a team to complete daily food-related duties – preparing and serving meals for 100 campers and staff daily. Enables campers (ages 10-18) to participate in food p...

Seasonal
Leesburg
Posted 2 months ago

Assistant Head of Kitchen

Description: Assists the Head of Kitchen in managing a small team of kitchen staff in daily food-related duties – preparing and serving meals for 100 campers and staff daily. Oversees kitchen on Head of Kitchen’s day off. Crafts opportunities for campers (ages 10-18) to participate in food prep and clean up in an enjoyable way. Our kitchen staff are fully integrated into the Traveling Players community and participate in the larger camp culture. Salary: $400-$550/week plus room and board for 8 weeks.    Primary duties include: 
  • Help to manage a kitchen staff team in daily food-related duties 
  • Assist the Head of Kitchen as directed 
  • Preparation, serving, and clean-up of all meals. 
  • Maintain the kitchen according to health, safety, and sanitary standards, including proper storage and serving. 
  • Accommodate special dietary requirements as reasonable. 
  • All of our kitchen staff are part of the camp community 
  Ideal candidate will have the following skills and characteristics: 
  • Kitchen experience (2+ years) 
  • Experience with food allergies and dietary restrictions (we have a significant number of vegetarian students & staff) 
  • Strong interpersonal skills, especially with children age 10-18 
  • Desire to be fully integrated into all-camp community activities 
  • Current ServSafe certification a bonus, as well as a clean license and reliable vehicle 
  For more information: https://www.travelingplayers.org/about/employment To apply: Please email resume and cover letter to Jeanne Harrison (jeharrison@travelingplayers.org) and fill out this Google Form.

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Assistant Head of Kitchen Description: Assists the Head of Kitchen in managing a small team of kitchen staff in daily food-related duties – preparing and serving meals for 100 campers and staff dail...

Seasonal
Leesburg
Posted 2 months ago

Head of Kitchen

Description: Leads a small team of kitchen staff in daily food-related duties — planning, preparing and serving meals for 100 campers and staff daily. Crafts opportunities for campers (ages 10-18) to participate in food prep and clean up in an enjoyable way. Our kitchen staff are fully integrated into the Traveling Players community and participate in the larger camp culture. Salary: $800- $1000/week plus room and board for 8 weeks.   Primary duties include: • Manage a kitchen staff team – including an assistant head of kitchen and two cooks – in daily food-related duties. • Plan, prepare, serve, and clean-up of all meals (the kitchen will have days off when the camp cooks for themselves over a fire/cookouts) • Maintain the kitchen according to health, safety, and sanitary standards, including proper storage and serving. • Accommodate special dietary requirements as reasonable. • Maintain kitchen inventory, placing orders and overseeing the food budget   Ideal candidate will have the following skills and characteristics: • Kitchen experience (3 years minimum) • Experience in a supervisory role, running a kitchen, meal planning, maintaining budget, placing orders, restaurant math, reducing waste, maintaining fresh inventory, etc. • Experience with food allergies and dietary restrictions (we have a significant number of vegetarian students & staff) • Familiarity with young and developing palates • Interest in creating healthy, simple, varied, and tasty dishes • Interest in developing a portfolio of menus • Strong interpersonal skills, especially with children age 10-18 • Ability to take initiative • Desire to be fully integrated into all-camp community activities • Current ServSafe certification preferred, as well as a clean license and reliable vehicle   For more information: https://www.travelingplayers.org/about/employment To apply: Please email resume and cover letter to Jeanne Harrison (jeharrison@travelingplayers.org) and fill out this Google Form.

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Head of Kitchen Description: Leads a small team of kitchen staff in daily food-related duties — planning, preparing and serving meals for 100 campers and staff daily. Crafts opportunities for camper...

Full-Time
Kearneysville
Posted 2 months ago
  1. Job Title Utility Technician
  2. Job Location (City, State) Kearneysville, West Virginia
  3. Salary Information (optional) $25-27
  4. Job Description Performs a variety of tasks in assisting and participating in the locating, laying, repairing, and extending underground water mains and distribution pipes. This position may also perform day-to-day activities that may include meter reading, service repairs, flushing hydrants or maintenance tasks of a water/wastewater treatment facility. Sets up barricades and places safety lights around work site to protect workers from street traffic. Breaks up asphalt and concrete, using pneumatic power tools for trenching and compaction. Manually digs valve boxes and curb boxes, using shovel and digging bar. Guides pipe sections, valves and fittings into position and holds pieces steady while worker tightens connections. Taps into pressurized water mains. Flares and connects copper and plastic piping. Installs repair clamps on pressurized water mains and service lines. Operates valves and fire hydrants. Investigates complaints and determines corrective action per company procedure. Operates pneumatic and/or hydraulic boring equipment. Completes all necessary forms, sketches, field notes and uses maps and records. Drives vehicles and/or trucks in performance of general job. Directs the activities of any personnel assigned. Performs any other duties as assigned by supervisor. Will be responsible to do field service work which would include meter repair.
  5. Application Instructions https://jobs.amwater.com/job-invite/105593/ This is the direct link to read the full job description and to apply for it.

Job Title Utility Technician Job Location (City, State) Kearneysville, West Virginia Salary Information (optional) $25-27 Job Description Performs a variety of tasks in assisting and participating in ...

Winchester
Posted 2 months ago
  1. Job Title Maintenance Intern
  2. Job Location (City, State) Winchester, VA
  3. Salary Information (optional) Hourly Pay
  4. Job Description Description Position Purpose: The main purpose of the summer internship program is to get hands on experience working in the maintenance operations of all bank locations, while having the ability to interact and shadow with experienced employees. This position will have the opportunity to contribute towards projects and assignments that will expose you to learning more about the industry. The internship position will have a weekly set schedule, with some flexibility based on the needs of the department.

What you’ll do:

Receive training regarding various maintenance tasks to upkeep all Bank of Clarke locations. Shadow and assist experienced employees with more in-depth maintenance projects and needs, and assist in tasks such as plumbing, painting, maintenance of mechanical rooms, changing filters, etc. Participation in the Virginia Banker’s Association Internship Program. Perform other tasks as assigned on a day-to-day basis. Requirements Where you’ll shine:

Ability to communicate using verbal and written skills. Ability to shift quickly from one task to another. Proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, PowerPoint Detail-oriented Professional and confidential Ability to adhere to full time schedule with variations as needed Communicating with various levels and business lines of an organization Shadowing, mentoring and training opportunities with our experienced team Hands-on application of various maintenance tasks Collaborating, working independently, problem solving, and more

Where we’ll shine:

Offering a learning opportunity with hands on experience Supporting associates and their families; we embrace the importance of caring for oneself and our families. Surrounding ourselves with smart, driven, and diverse individuals Valuing integrity, commitment regarding our daily duties, and the Bank as a whole Supporting local philanthropic, cultural, and artistic initiatives and organizations that our employees value Devoted to the communities in which we serve as we help those who form the creative backbone of our market’s future economy and business value.

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  1. Application Instructions Please visit the following link to apply: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/2198134/Bank-of-Clarke/Maintenance-Intern

Job Title Maintenance Intern Job Location (City, State) Winchester, VA Salary Information (optional) Hourly Pay Job Description Description Position Purpose: The main purpose of the summer internship ...

Full-Time
Berryville
Posted 2 months ago

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR

The Town of Berryville, Virginia is accepting applications for a full-time permanent career position in its water and wastewater treatment facilities. While licensed, professional operators are preferred, entry-level candidates are encouraged to apply. Applicants must have a high school diploma or General Education Degree (GED); the ability to perform basic mathematical functions; the ability to consistently, accurately, and legibly enter information into log sheets and books and to perform basic maintenance procedures; and have a general knowledge of the occupational hazards associated with water utility work.

Typical duties will include equipment cleaning, maintenance, and repair; completion of equipment logs; computer data entry; laboratory testing; process control adjustments; and property maintenance. An unlicensed candidate will be required to obtain the State of Virginia Class IV water and wastewater licenses within fourteen months of employment. Additional licensing will be required beyond the class IV level for all candidates. Salary is commensurate with experience, with non-licensed personnel starting at $18.00 per hour.

This career position can be an opportunity for those candidates seeking to enter a new field or to continue on a professional path in a supportive small-town environment. On-the-job training, classroom work, and internet-based learning are offered. Excellent health care insurance with dental and vision, Virginia Retirement System (VRS), and a 457 retirement plan through Nationwide Retirement Solutions are available.

This position will be open until filled. Interested candidates must submit a completed Town of Berryville application for employment, a resume, current DMV driver’s license report, and cover letter to:

Cindy Poulin, Finance Director Town of Berryville 101 Chalmers Court, Suite A Berryville, VA 22611

A Town of Berryville Application for Employment and job description may be downloaded at www.berryvilleva.gov or picked up at the Town’s Business Office. The application review process includes criminal history background check, drug screening, and review of driving record.

The Town of Berryville is an Equal Opportunity Employer

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR The Town of Berryville, Virginia is accepting applications for a full-time permanent career position in its water and wastewater treatment facilities. W...

Full-Time
Berryville
Posted 2 months ago

The Residential Instructor is perhaps the most important individual in the lives of our residents.  You are there to mentor them, teach them, engage them and keep them safe.  You are the trusted adult who can weather their storms, show them things that they didn’t think were possible, and walk them through the day, and through their course of treatment.  You will be a part of what we call a “transdisciplinary team” – everyone’s voice is equally important as we work with the child and their family in order to build plans that we give them their lives back.

To families in crisis, you will be a life saver. Listen to this...

To the kids, you will be the best coach.

To your team members, you will be an invaluable colleague.

But also, take a look at this.

Be aware, that if you come to work at Grafton you will be doing the type of work that will change you as a person.  It really is so much more than a job.  It’s a personal mission.

Yes, you will write shift notes… but you will be able to do it in a state of the art electronic health record.   Yes, you will deal with challenging behavior… but you will do it using Ukeru™, a national best-practice that provides you with a trauma informed foundation that helps you diffuse the drama before it gets out of hand.  Yes, you will have to be keeping kids engaged… you will do it in the community itself, using the community as your classroom.  In short, on good days you will be paid to play.  Yes, not all days are good, but you will be doing something good every day.   And you’ll do all of this with the guidance of people who have been doing it for a long time.  They know stuff that you will find invaluable.

For formality’s sake, here is is our dry as a bone job description:

GENERAL STATEMENT OF JOB

 Under general supervision, Direct Support Professionals in our Children & Adolescence program, participate in the direct care and plan implementation for clients, as prescribed by physician and treatment teams.  They provide supervision, safety and crisis management for the client population; complete documentation of client behavior and participation in programming; adhere to the scheduled activities; role model positive, mature behavior; utilize proactive behavioral strategies to minimize client crisis and maximize success. They report to a program supervisor/manager.

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Health, Safety and Wellness of Clients

  • Ensures medications are delivered accurately and on time.
  • Provides for the well-being and safety of clients.
  • Supports client health and hygiene.
  • Utilizes infection control procedures.
  • Reports serious incidents, participates in reviews and implements follow-up measures, as applicable.

Individual Plan Implementation

  • Knows the SNAP (strengths, needs, abilities and preferences), goals/objectives/outcomes and treatment strategies from the current Plans (Treatment Plan, IEP, ISP) of assigned clients.
  • Promotes clients’ achievement of behavioral goals by implementing the behavior strategies and teaching alternative behaviors, as indicated in the Treatment Plan/IEP/ISP.
  • Actively instructs assigned clients so they can achieve education/residential goals and objectives or ID Waiver outcomes.
  • Collects and documents behavioral and instructional data, accurately and reliably.
  • Documents services delivered, accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Maintains a high level of engagement with and monitoring of clients.  Implements planned activities throughout the work day.

Provides a Supportive and Solution–Focused Environment

  • Builds trusting, respectful relationships with clients and helps clients do the same.
  • Demonstrates knowledge about the symptoms and supports associated with diagnoses of assigned clients and a trauma-informed care approach.
  • Manages behavioral crisis safely.
  • Collaborates with the Treatment Team to provide continuity of support and care, by communicating and contributing to team discussions and decisions.
  • Exhibits exemplary customer service with guardians, agency personnel and visitors.

Site Management – Housekeeping, Nutrition, Transportation, Finances

  • Ensures a safe residence / classroom environment.
  • Assures a clean and organized residence/classroom.
  • Promotes good nutrition and, in group homes, assists with meal preparation.
  • Provides transportation / community mobility.
  • Assists with purchases and is accountable for program and client money, as applicable.

Teamwork and commitment to the mission, values and vision of Grafton

  • Demonstrates knowledge of organization.
  • Demonstrates the core values of personal integrity and accountability.
  • Performs other duties, as assigned.

MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE

  • Must be 21 years of age
  • Education requirements:
    • High school diploma or G.E.D. & no experience working with children*
    • High school diploma or G.E.D. & 6 months experience working with children**
    • Associate’s degree and 3 months experience working with children**
    • Bachelor’s degree in human services
  • Valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record

*Per the VA Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, child care staff with a high school diploma or G.E.D. with no experience working with children may not work alone, but may be employed as long as they are working directly with a qualified staff with one or more years of professional experience working with children. This option is currently only offered at our Berryville & Winchester campuses.

** Experience may include supervised internships, practicums, field experience, and other volunteer or related experiences as evaluated by Grafton prior to hire. Examples of unpaid experience may include, but are not be limited to: camp counselor; after school care; caring for a child or children with special needs regardless of their relation to the candidate; babysitting or providing daycare for a child or children regardless of their relationship to the candidate; foster parenting of a child or children under the age of 18; volunteer coaching for a sports team; leading community programs, such as Girls Scouts & Boy Scouts.

 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrates moderate computer skills – how to log-in, how to navigate the Web for information, how to start and save a document in Microsoft WORD, and has basic keyboarding skills.

COMPENSATION

  • Starting at $18.05 to $21.15/hour based on years of Direct Care experience
  • Depending on hours worked you may be eligible for Grafton's shift differential that is currently being offered

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

  • Medical, dental and vision
  • Flexible Spending & Health Savings Accounts
  • 401(k), including an employer match
  • Generous Paid Time Off plan
  • Education Assistance
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Short-term disability (STD)
  • Long-term disability (LTD)
  • As Grafton is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, you may be eligible for federal student loan forgiveness

Grafton is an equal employment opportunity employer and tobacco-free workplace.

#DSPShenandoah

Qualifications

Education

Preferred

GED or better.

High School or better.

Licenses & Certifications

Required

Driver's License

The Residential Instructor is perhaps the most important individual in the lives of our residents.  You are there to mentor them, teach them, engage them and keep them safe.  You are the trusted a...

Full-Time
Remote
Posted 2 months ago

The Library Corporation - Project Manager

 

Job Description

The Project Manager is responsible for the implementation management of integrated library systems, data services, smaller projects related to existing and new customers, and other internal projects.  The Project Manager is responsible for adjusting resources and tasks, working closely with the business stakeholders and customers to complete tasks, identifying and managing resolution of issues, reporting project status, and fulfilling contract deliverables. Focus is on completing the project deliverables and taking the new systems into production.

This position reports to the Director of Operations.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provides expertise in planning, executing, controlling, and closing processes spanning the full project life cycle

  • Manages implementation, testing, and roll-out activities in integrated library systems integration projects
  • Effectively and proactively manages customer expectations and engages in forward-thinking project planning
  • Develops and maintains the project plan
  • Coordinates all project activities and ensures continuity of project vision
  • Manages project risks through an ongoing process of identifying, assessing, tracking, developing, and executing risk mitigation strategies
  • Creates and presents project communications
  • Monitors process performance and recommends process improvements aimed at elevating product quality

 

Qualifications and Skills

  • Extensive experience in coordinating activities among various business units

  • Expert in planning, executing, controlling, and closing processes spanning the full project life cycle, including internal documentation and external communications
  • Theoretical and practical knowledge of project management processes, workflows, and terminology
  • Proficiency/Knowledge of project management software/tools
  • Experience in managing and maintaining relationships with customers
  • Experience with implementation, testing, and roll-out activities in an SaaS company a plus 
  • Strong presentation, communication, and conflict resolution skills
  • Experience with libraries and integrated library systems a plus

 

Benefits

TLC offers its employees opportunities to grow and make a real contribution. Our benefits package includes:
  • Paid time off
  • Health Insurance
  • Vision Insurance 
  • Dental Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • 401(k)
  • Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Dependent Care Account (DCA)
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
 
Salary range for this position is $45,000 to $60,000, commensurate with experience.
 
This position is open to remote candidates, although preference may be given to local candidates. No ongoing business travel requirement is anticipated for this position. 
 
We are an equal opportunity employer offering competitive salaries and benefits and a congenial work environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. An offer of employment with TLC is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation.
 
If you have the personal and professional skills for this position and want to work in a rapidly growing enterprise that uses the latest technology, we invite you to send us your resume, professional references, and salary requirements.
 
The Library Corporation is located approximately 50 miles West of Washington, DC.

The Library Corporation – Project Manager   Job Description The Project Manager is responsible for the implementation management of integrated library systems, data services, smaller projec...

Full-Time
Charles Town
Posted 3 months ago
Full Job Posting here. Application Page here.   Job Description Jefferson County, West Virginia Position Title Deputy County Administrator Grade Level VIII Department County Commission Administration Reports to County Administrator; FLSA Status EXEMPT   Statement of Duties: The employee performs administrative, clerical services in support of the operation of the County Commission. Employee is required to perform all similar or related duties.   Supervision Required: Under general supervision of the County Administrator, the employee is familiar with the work routine and uses initiative in carrying out recurring assignments independently with specific instruction. The supervisor provides additional, specific instruction for new, difficult or unusual assignments, including suggested work methods. The employee is expected to recognize instances which are out of the ordinary and which do not fall within existing instructions; the employee is then expected to seek advice and further instructions. Reviews and checks of the employee’s work are applied to an extent sufficient to keep the supervisor aware of progress, and to insure that completed work and methods used are technically accurate and that instructions are being followed. In many cases, the work is self - checking, for example, requiring accounts to balance before proceeding.   Supervisory Responsibility: Employee, as a regular and continuing part of the job, does regularly supervise other employees.   Confidentiality: Employee has access to some confidential information obtained during performance of regular position responsibilities such as client or department records.   Accountability: Consequences of errors, missed deadlines or poor judgement may include adverse public relations, or jeopardize programs.   Judgement: Numerous standardized practices, procedures, or general instructions govern the work and in some cases, may require additional interpretation. Judgement is needed to locate, select and apply the most pertinent practice, procedure, regulation or guideline.   Complexity: The work consists of a variety of duties that generally follow standardized practices, procedures, regulations or guidelines. The sequence of work and or the procedures followed vary according to the nature of the transaction and or the information involved, or sought, in a particular situation.   Work Environment: The work environment involves everyday discomforts typical of offices, with occasional exposure to outside elements. Noise or physical surroundings may be distracting, but conditions are generally not unpleasant. Employee may be required to work beyond normal business hours to attend evening meetings.   Nature and Purpose of Public Contact: Relationships with co-workers and the public involving frequent explanation, discussion or interpretation of practices, procedures, regulations or guidelines in order to render service, plan or coordinate work efforts, or resolve operating problems. Other regular contacts are with service recipients and employees of outside organizations such as vendors, banks and/ or developers/contracts. More than ordinary courtesy, tact and diplomacy may be required to resolve complaints or deal with uncooperative or uninformed persons. Employee may furnish news media with routine information such as meeting agendas, press releases or departmental procedures.   Occupational Risk: Duties of the job present little potential for injury. Risk exposure is similar to that found in typical office settings.   Essential Functions: The essential functions or duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various type of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or logical assignment to the position. Must be able to work in a collaborative team environment with the ability to multi-task, a high degree of integrity, an ability to maintain strict confidentiality and exercise sound judgement. Strong communication, time management, analytical skills, attention to detail and problem-solving skills to compile and analyze data is crucial for success. Duties will include daily employee interaction to provide guidance and support related to employee benefits, company policies, employment verifications and day -to- day employment life cycle changes. Will engage with benefit vendors and representatives on a routine basis to affect quick resolution to employee questions and/or concerns. Will participate in onboarding, employee relations meetings and coordination of employee leave management.   HR Management. Administers the HR function for a department. Provides advice, interpretations and guidance and conducts research and analysis on HR management matters including particularly challenging or very highly sensitive matters. Supervises and manages work in areas including recruiting, compensation analysis, position control, new employee orientation, administration of awards program and ceremonies. Counsels employees and conducts investigations of employee grievances. Oversees processing ofHR transactional paperwork such as requests for personnel actions to accomplish daily  HR management work and to ensure accuracy and compliance with procedures. *Confirms training of staff, develop documentation and compliance standards. *Tyler System-updates for all personnel changes based on JCC approvals. *Salary and benefits projection for budget process *Assist in the coordination of the annual enrollment benefits process and Liaison with insurance broker for JC benefits. *EEO Census, EEOP, Health Census submissions.   Organizational Training and Development. Develops and administers training programs. Develops and tests training modules and or oversees training or coordinates with other units, government agencies or contractors to develop, implement, and conduct training. Assesses Department training needs. Plans, develops and provides training strategies for the department. Proposes training and development programs and objectives. Develops and monitors spending against the department budget. Develops and maintains organizational communications such as bulletin boards and newsletters to ensure employees have knowledge of training and development events and resources.   Financial Management (Budgeting, Accounting, Financial Analysis) *Assists the Finance Director in administrating the financial functions of a department. *Assists with presentations to explain and justify budget requests. Ensures the design and implementation of administrative procedures to monitor and control major programmatic or functional expenditures. *Administers a complex grant, a program of grants or other types of financial programs; ensures compliance. Ensures that research is provided on grant programs and other funding sources, and helps with developing and submitting proposals or reports. Grant reconciliation to prepare the SEFA by 7/4. *ARPA-website updates, tracking of requests, commission approval processing *Assist with budget revision inputs, routine account reconciliations and reporting *Vendor payments listing for publication, local govt. survey submission, cash and bank reconciliations. *Assist in the coordination of annual JCC audit.   Community Relations: Manages the community relations, outreach and media relations of a department. Tracks and monitors community relations and outreach projects to ensure team members adhere to standards and schedules; packages content for multiple platforms (such as print media, web pages, video, and social media) develops, implements, and reviews communication plans; maintains proactive communication with all stakeholders; provides staff training; and shares communications best practices.   Researches, writes, and releases media advisories or press releases; manages timelines and advises contributors of deadlines and requirements; ensures that all documents are vetted, proofed and edited; keeps aware of critical, sensitive, and political events and issues; ensures that the department’s website and social media presence are up-to-date; and develops joint strategic communications plan with higher-level management.   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Jessica James at jjames@jeffersoncountywv.org or via US Mail to Jefferson County Commission, Attn: Jessica James, 124 E. Washington Street, Charles Town, WV 25414. Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on Monday, February 5, 2024.   Job Type: Full-time   Salary: $76,361.00 - $90,000.00 per year   Benefits:
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Retirement plan
  • Vision insurance
Schedule:
  • 8 hour shift
Work Location: In person

Full Job Posting here. Application Page here.   Job Description Jefferson County, West Virginia Position Title Deputy County Administrator Grade Level VIII Department County Commission Administ...

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