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Sales Agent

We are searching for qualified, licensed (or willing to obtain license) insurance agents to join Benefit Architects as a sales agent to retain existing members and grow B.A. s overall book of business through our multiple product offerings. Our program is a proven, Single Source Provider of end-to-end benefit solutions for value added benefits to labor unions, large employer groups and associations. Come work with the best and be a part of our growing commissions-based sales team! High pay out with no cold calling. Our Agent s average tenure is 10+ years and you will be working directly with our largest client from the start! Partnering with Benefit Architects is the beginning of a great long-term relationship. Ask YourselfHow many years of experience do you have in insurance (health, life, disability) and/or sales?Do you currently have an active/valid insurance license?If not, are you willing to obtain an insurance license?Are you comfortable with commission-based sales?Job Requirements for Licensed Life Insurance Sales AgentHold an active/valid health, life, accident License or willingness to obtain one soon. Must be highly self-motivated, possess keen judgement, of high integrity, dependable, adaptive to different environments, be willing to travel and be able to manage the sales processPosition requires an individual who can work independently a high percentage of the timeSales experience, customer service, and the ability to communicate wellProfessional appearance and dressComfortable working with state and government agenciesProficiency in Microsoft applications to include, Outlook, Word, and Excel and ability to navigate computer systemsReliable transportationHigh school diploma or equivalent (GED)Comfortable working with commission-based salesThis is Why Licensed Life Insurance Agents Want to Work with Benefit Architects:Lead Generation SystemCompetitive, top commission24-hour claims and underwriting assistanceTraining tools and seminarsSimplified and liberal underwriting1-page application, simplified applicationsExcellent field sales supportAbout UsWe serve our clients by making their satisfaction our highest priority.We do what s right by sustaining an open, honest and ethical work environment.We lead in everything we do by offering best-in-class products, benefits and services.Benefit Architects is a privately-owned, national Independent Marketing Organization founded in 1987. We currently operate in 50 states and U.S. Territories.During tough economic times, Benefit Architects continues to thrive and break sales records year after year.Our exclusive payroll deduction process is valuable to premium collection. No checks or bank drafts necessary. We Want You to Come Join Our Team We are conducting an ongoing, nationwide insurance agent recruiting effort! This is a fast-paced sales position in a growing market with a successful Independent Marketing Organization which strives to assist you in achieving your desired level of success. We re looking for outgoing and dedicated insurance and retirement sales agents who are interested in a rewarding career. Make a difference - change your life, and your customer s lives daily!Don t miss out on this exciting career opportunity Email your resume today to reap the rewards of joining Benefit Architects. Together, we make a difference. Please look below at the specific states we re looking for great candidates. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.Recruiter: NRP and Associates, LLC Email: ...@benefitarchitects.com States we re looking for Sales Agents:Michigan (Metropolitan Detroit) Illinois (Metropolitan Chicago)Florida (Ft Lauderdale and South) Virginia and West Virginia (Morgantown area) Indiana (Indianapolis area) South Carolina (Columbia as center point) Washington D.C. Kentucky (Louisville area)

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Hospitality Specialist

Now hiringPosition: Hospitality StaffDescription: Looking for some extra hours in a fun and exciting environment? We are a local pop-up food vendor here in D.C. looking for smiling faces as we get busier this season at fun events and catering jobs in the city.Would people describe you as hardworking, sharp, personable, punctual and reliable? If yes, then we want you on our team as we pop-up at great breweries and distilleries around the DMV.Employment: Contracted labor for 2-8 hours a week to start. As we get busier into the spring months that will double and triple. Ample opportunity to be offered permanent part-time and full time positions based on your performance and as we grow. Be on our team with experience as an insider now as we prepare to open up brick and mortar bar and grill!Tasks: Working in our customer facing pop-up kitchen, assembling simple and delicious dishes, light prep-work, food delivery, event set up, greeting customers, and more.How to Apply:Fill out online application : Attach resume!Be sure to include a bit about yourself and why this opportunity interests youAlso looking for: Brand Ambassadors, Hospitality, Social Media/Marketing, Event Staff

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Senior Scheduler

Department: Department of EducationAgency: Federal Student AidSalary Range: $102,663 to $133,465/Per YearSeries & Grade: AD-0301-00 (GS-13 equivalent)Location: Washington, D.C.At Federal Student Aid (FSA), we are proud sponsors of the American mind. As a principal office of the U.S. Department of Education (ED), FSA provides students and families financial assistance for higher education, and we promote the value of postsecondary education to society. We ensure that all eligible students and families can benefit from federal financial aid for education or training beyond high school. In every interaction with students and their families, FSA strives to be the most trusted and reliable source of student financial aid information and services in the nation.FSA is currently seeking a full-time Senior Scheduler in the Chief Operations Office. The incumbent of this position is responsible for providing direct support to projects and enabling project success in the area of scheduling and stakeholder coordination activities related to projects. As a Senior Scheduler, you will be responsible for performing the following duties: Prepare detailed schedules, Grant chart, timelines, and diagrams; provides development and analysis of finish variances and critical paths; and promptly reports schedule slippage or other unsatisfactory performanceManage and facilitate the accomplishment of major projects in support of FSA s mission by ensuring effective integrated processes, procedures and tools for oversight during development and project/program execution, including schedule analysis, cost analysis, and earned value managementDevelop and maintain detailed schedules for new IT programs as requiredProvide impact analysis of schedule changes, identify schedule variances and opportunities and proactively develop mitigation strategies for the project management teamBuild and maintain logic driven schedules to highlight status of key interfaces for critical path reviewProvide progress reporting documents and briefing materials as requiredDevelop creative reporting tools to communicate complex project sequencing and/or progress assessmentsTravel RequiredNo Conditions of EmploymentU.S Citizenship Background investigation and fingerprint check (if available) Trial Period:1. Veteran s preference eligible will serve a one (1) year trial period; and2. Those who are not veteran s preference eligible will serve a two (2) year trial period Security Level: Non-Sensitive/Moderate Risk QualificationsSpecialized ExperienceApplicants must possess one full year (52 weeks) of performing two (2) of the three (3) following work assignments:1. Experience with risk adjusted delivery methods is desirable.2. Experience with Adobe Acrobat is required.3. Experience in managing complex, multi-phase, multi-project technology project schedulesExperience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills, and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. We will consider all qualifying experience, including any volunteer experience. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) The quality of your experience will be measured by the extent to which you possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs).Knowledge of Microsoft Office SuiteSkill in the management of IT and non-IT projects/programs, pursuant to the competencies of the Senior Expert Federal Acquisition Certification requirements for Program Managers (FACP/PM)Ability to incorporate data into schedules and measure project progressAdditional informationEqual Employment Opportunity: We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a parent, marital status, or political affiliation. People with Disabilities: We are committed to expanding access to employment by hiring people with disabilities; providing reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities; and, identifying and removing barriers to work. Persons with disabilities, including disabled veterans, may apply for jobs filled either competitively (where qualified individuals compete with one another through a structured process), noncompetitively (where a qualified individual may be selected based on a special hiring authority), or through an excepted appointing authority for people with disabilities (i.e., Schedule A). If you require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, please contact us. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation is made on a case-by-case basis. For more information, please visit: Veterans Career Counseling: If you are a veteran interested in receiving tips on preparing a Federal resume and/or how to prepare for an interview, you may email ...@ed.gov to schedule a session with a career counselor ( Veterans Counseling Session should be placed in the subject line of the email). Selective Service: If you are a male applicant born after 12/31/1959, you must have registered for the Selective Service. For more information, please visit: or Student Loan Default: If selected for this position, we will verify that you have not defaulted on any loan funded or guaranteed by the U.S. Department of Education. If you are found to be in default, we will contact you to make arrangements for repayment prior to making an official offer of employment. Suitability and Investigation: If selected for this position, you will be required to complete the Declaration for Federal Employment (OF-306) to determine your suitability for federal employment and subject to a pre-appointment investigation/background check.Essential/Non-Essential: This position is considered non-essential for purposes of reporting to work during federal government closures.Financial Disclosure: This position does not require financial disclosure.Telework: This position is not telework eligible.Bargaining Unit: This position is not included in the bargaining unit.Drug test required: No Time After Competitive Appointment:Candidates who are current Federal employees serving on a non-temporary competitive appointment must have served at least 90 days in that appointment before the agency can promote, transfer, reinstate, or detail an employee to a different position or different geographical area. When moving employees is consistent with open competition principles, OPM may waive the restriction against movement to a different geographical area upon written request from an agency. How You Will Be EvaluatedYou will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.*Please provide your resume when applying for this job. *References may be requested at a future date.

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Executive Assistant

Summary of Essential DutiesThe Executive Assistant provides direct administrative support to the CEO and other Executive team members. This person is primarily the CEO s right hand person. You will be the main liaison between the CEO and Executives and employees, clients, and external partners. The Executive Assistant is often the first point of contact with clients, coordinating client appointments and delivering an exceptional client experience. This person is comfortable interacting with clients, with an emphasis on ability to address client needs in a timely manner. Organization skills, follow through, and attention to detail are critical given the nature of paperwork, processes, and related work, upon which both clients and the team depend. In this role, nothing is above or below your capabilities or purview.OutcomeA successful Executive Assistant will efficiently and accurately manage administrative tasks to support and allow advisors to focus on financial planning strategies that help clients reach their financial goals. This person will help increase operational efficiency and improve administrative procedures, provide assurance to advisors that no tasks or correspondence are falling through the cracks, and will maintain high levels of client satisfaction. ResponsibilitiesManage incoming and outgoing communications (telephone, email and faxes) to include responding to clients acknowledging receipt of message and next steps for follow up. Creating tasks for team members when appropriate and following up on progress to completion or researching items and solving matters independently with advisor support.Schedule, calendar and manage tasks and activities in CRM and advisors calendarsAnswer phones, route calls and take / distribute messagesProvide general office support (photocopying, scanning, filing, office errands, creating documents, etc.)Type letters and maintain compliance with correspondence standardsReview, sort and distribute incoming mailCoordinate travel arrangements and expense reportsMaintain all Advisor technology devices and learn how to use all equipmentManage client touches and birthday process, cards / gifts (Sympathy, Get Well, Thinking of You, etc.)Complete operations / client service tasks as requested and train to be competent in all areas over timeAssist with the handling of service work (processing of paperwork, communicating with clients to collect personal & banking information, interacting with service centers and other team members to ensure that client requests are fulfilled in a timely manner)Record all transactions and conversations in CRM systemUpdate processes / procedures related to the Executive Assistant positionComplete back-up duties as assignedMaintain files, prepare correspondence, run reports, answer phone calls, schedule and confirming appointments, copying materials, faxing informationManage personal matters such as vehicle and home repairs, family matters, coordinating with family members on plans and eventsKnowledge, Skills & AttributesHigh School diploma preferredMinimum 10 years relevant experience preferredFinancial services experience preferredComfortable working with industry related software (Redtail, eMoney preferred)Expert computer skills, including advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, Excel and PowerPointStrong math and analytical skillsExcellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skillsProfessional appearance and demeanorImpeccable ability to maintain confidentiality and integrityEffective follow-up skills and organizational skills; ability to multitask and meet deadlines without promptingFlawless attention to detail and accuracy requiredEnergetic, eager to learn, willing to cooperateSelf-motivated with ability to work well independently and under directionComfort with being a team player and doing whatever is needed, big or smallStrong problem resolution skillsPositive attitude, personal organization and the ability to handle a heavy workload

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Executive Assistant

Are you interested in digital technologies, fundraising, and advertising? Then a position with FAIR s Advancement Team might just be the right job for you.About this PositionExecutive Assistant to the PresidentQualifications A Bachelor's degree in relevant field and at least two years of professional work experience, preferably on Capitol Hill Event planning experience Stellar organizational skills; must be able to track proposals, letters and contracts Fundraising or development experience, a plus Project management experience Highly proficient in writing, editing and proofreading Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite Main Responsibilities Schedule, organize and attend project meetings; record decisions and changes Break projects into doable tasks and set timeframes and goals Manage the President s calendar, travel, and events Manage board meetings and company eventsThis position is located at FAIR's headquarters in Washington, D.C. It is a full-time, non-exempt position. FAIR offers generous benefits; salary is commensurate with experience. Cover letter indicating familiarity with our mission, resume, and one writing sample are required for application consideration. Please submit the required documents to ...@fairus.org (Candidates are encouraged to visit FAIR webpage to learn more about the organization).The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.

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Executive Assistant

Position Title: Executive Assistant Customer: Assistant Secretary of Navy for Research Development and Acquisitions Location: Pentagon, Washington D.C. Clearance Required: Secret Government Clearance Required GC Associates requires an Executive Assistant to provide administrative office support to the Assistant Secretary of Navy for Research Development and Acquisitions Office. The Executive Assistant will support the division for Acquisition Career Field Management and Certifications for the Navy. PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS Interact with Senior Executive Officials providing executive administrative support. Provides administrative support to action officers in developing and writing position papers, briefings, and additional supporting documents. Coordinate and schedule meetings, appointments and conferences with senior executive offices. Schedules meetings and off-site functions, coordinate travel requirements; reserves conference rooms as appropriate; coordinates specific business unit/functional area activities as appropriate. Performs routine office duties according to business unit/functional area such as entering information into databases, compiling and analyzing simple data, and preparing reports and presentations to convey results. Provides logistical and administrative support for symposiums, VIP visits, ceremonies, and conferences to include the storage and transport of the conference support materials, sign-in sheets and visitor control requests. Performs general office such as word-processing, photocopying, faxing, report generation, and filing; may provide specialized administrative support such as basic graphic creation for presentations and documents. Coordinates outgoing department correspondence; may create original correspondence; assembles, addresses and mails documents; distributes incoming mail to appropriate personnel. Distributes documents to department employees such as faxes, staff calendars, or other types of correspondence; photocopies documents as necessary; ensures documents are received by appropriate officials. Answers incoming calls and routes calls to appropriate personnel; records messages and delivers to appropriate personnel; researches and responds to routine inquiries. Composes routine/non-technical correspondence and prepare reports on administrative support/clerical functions of office and other appropriate subjects. Uses Government software packages with emphasis on MS-Word, MS- PowerPoint, Systems, Applications and Products Salary range: $60-70K depending on experience plus full Health & Welfare benefits with 401K option

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Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant duties include general administrative and clerical duties such as typing, filing, taking meeting minutes, composing routine correspondence and arranging conferences; assisting in the production of final form documentation to meet requirements of governing contract performing data entry on a variety of systems; and maintaining a document / deliverable / reference library. In addition to secretarial duties (filing, taking phone calls, scheduling appointments, making travel arrangements), this position will provide administrative support to executive staff with office management responsibilities to include budgeting, personnel records and payroll. The Administrative Assistant may be required to work independently on projects requiring research and preparation of briefing charts and other presentation materials, scheduling executive calendars, developing, drafting and writing reports, briefs and or proposals, handle all incoming correspondence using databases, attend meetings and conferences for the purpose of composing dictation, conducting research, reviews, possesses and professionally utilize, extensive software, have strong oral and written communication skills, exemplary interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently, exceptional organizational and planning skills, knowledge of office automation systems (Microsoft Office, Image processing (PDFs), Intranet, Electronic Communication, Data Management, Skype) in order to access, manipulate, extract, enter and alter information and providing customer service. Minimum Position Qualifications:- Security Clearance: Active Top Secret, with an SCI and CI Polygraph (or the ability to obtain an SCI and CI Polygraph)- Minimum of eight years of work experience

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Home Staging Assistant

We are a fast-growing home staging company in need of a dependable, friendly and creative thinker to assist with all aspects of the business. This person will function as a part-time staging and warehouse assistant. You must have a flexible schedule and be willing to go the extra mile. The hours needed will vary but will mostly occur Monday Friday from 9-7, however, during our busy seasons there will occasionally be night and weekend hours. In our slow season you will have some much needed time off, so weekly total hours can range from 16 to 40. We are growing quickly so this could lead to a full time position.The duties of this position will range from design to staging to warehouse organization. Our ideal candidate is a well-balanced, team player who is equally as comfortable taking initiative as taking direction. This is often a **very** physical job and can include rushing up and down flights of steps throughout the day as we re staging a house. We stage mostly in the DC Metro area - reliable transportation is a must. Our warehouse is located in Rockville, MD. A great attitude and a willingness to learn are a must.This is a great opportunity to make yourself an invaluable part of this rapidly growing business and launch your staging and design career. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and references. No calls please.Thanks, we can t wait to meet you!

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Executive Assistant

Executive AssistantSternhell Group is a growing government affairs and public policy firm seeking a manager ofday-to-day business operations, office administration and executive support in a fast-pacedenvironment. Two to four years of office management and bookkeeping is required. We willprovide competitive salary and benefits. Responsibilities:Bookkeeping-profit and loss, accounts receivable/accounts payable, invoicing, expense and financial reportingAdministrative duties-correspondence, contract management, executivescheduling, calendar management, event planningInterfacing with clients and professional contacts-acting as both gatekeeper and liaisonUpdating and maintaining distribution and contact lists.Administration of payroll and benefitsOversight of policy renewals and deadlinesAssisting in compliance and regulatory reporting Requirements:Bachelor s degreeProficiency in QuickBooks Accounting and Microsoft OfficeExperience with benefits administration including insurance and retirementAbility to work independentlyExcellent organizational skills and extreme attention to detailBasic familiarity with the policy making process a plus.

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Child Welfare Specialist

Child Welfare Specialist Location: Remote telework is permitted anywhere in the U.S., travel is required.This position will support the Children's Bureau, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in administering the Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) and other state child welfare program monitoring activities. Under general supervision, facilitates and oversees state reviews, negotiates and monitors State Program Improvement Plans (PIP) and interprets and articulates state and national data and measurement of PIP progress. This position is involved in both Traditional Reviews and State Conducted Case Reviews.***APPLICANTS MUST HAVE***Educational Requirements:Preferred educational requirement: Master s degree in social work, human services, counseling, public administration, or a closely related field; or juris doctor degree with experience working for a state Court Improvement Project or juvenile or family court dealing with child welfare cases.Bachelor s or master s degree in social work, human services, public administration, counseling, or a closely related field; or a juris doctor degree with experience working for a state Court Improvement Program or juvenile or family court dealing with child welfare cases. Knowledge & Experience:Preferred knowledge: Fluent in Spanish or another second language.Preferred experience: Supervisory, administrative, and/or management experience in a public (federal, state, or local) or private child welfare agency; or at least 2 years of direct experience working for a state Court Improvement Project or juvenile or family court dealing with child welfare cases.Experience in quality assurance or performance reviews of child welfare services.Minimum of 5 years of direct field experience and/or supervisory, administrative, or management experience in a public or private child welfare agency. This may include providing services or supervising, administering, or managing programs supporting child protective services, foster care, adoption, family preservation, family support, independent living services, or licensure/approval of foster and adoptive families.Strong assessment skills, including the ability to: (1) gather information from interviews and from written documents; (2) pursue the collection of information from various sources; (3) take notes and compile information obtained from multiple sources; and (4) make professional judgments based on the information collected during the reviews.Strong interviewing skills with either individuals or groups.Strong written and verbal communication skills.Duties:Supports the Children's Bureau with all review preparatory activities, including planning calls and related communications with states; examination and evaluation of the capacity of states case review systems; reviews and comments on statewide assessments; reviews and evaluates sources of data and information for evaluation of systemic factors; evaluates and selects data and review sites; develops case samples and reviews of states sampling plans; and resolves state-specific review issues.Participate as Site Leader, reviews states quality assurance processes, conducts quality assurance reviews of case review instruments on and off site and supports the Children s Bureau s Child and Family Services Reviews Unit State Leader through all phases of the process, including post-review activities.Participates with the CFSR Unit and federal Regional Offices in the support provided to states as they develop their Program Improvement Plans and integrate those efforts with the Child and Family Services Plan and Annual Progress and Services Report.Negotiates benchmarks and activities, quarterly monitoring of state implementation progress and completion and ongoing improvement of the Child and Family Services Reviews Unit's Program Improvement Plan process and management.Assists with analysis of review data findings, production and management of Final Reports, monitoring of Program Improvement Plan completion, analysis of Program Improvement Plan data, identification of additional technical resources for states, development of technical and policy transmittal bulletins for the Children s Bureau and identification of cross-cutting Program Improvement Plan strategies to share with states.Personal Attributes:Experience at working both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment is essential.Can conform to shifting priorities, demands and timelines through analytical and problem-solving capabilities.Proactive in handling complex situations, negotiations and problems.Reacts to project adjustments and alterations promptly and efficiently.Flexible during times of change.Ability to read communication styles of team members and contractors who come from a broad spectrum of disciplines.Persuasive, encouraging, and motivating.Ability to elicit cooperation from a wide variety of sources, including upper management, clients, and other departments.Ability to defuse tension among project team, should it arise.Strong written and oral communication skills.Strong interpersonal skills.Adept at conducting research into project-related issues and products.Must be able to learn, understand, and apply new technologies.Customer service skills an asset.Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment is crucial.Tenacious. Client-centric driven to delight the client.Work Conditions:Frequent travel is required. Working more than 40 hours per week may be required to meet project deadlines.Physically able to participate and present in reviews, training sessions, presentations and meetings.

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Associate Technical Writer

Associate Technical Writer LocationWashington, DC Job TypeInformation Technology Status ASSOCIATE TECHNICAL WRITER Concurrent Technologies Corporation Washington, DC Minimum Clearance Required: N/A Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain:

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Document Management Analyst

Job Description Document Management Analyst – Educational Opportunities Section (DOJ) Document Management Analyst for EOS/Civil Rights Section - ($25.39 USD Hourly) Candidate will provide Document Management Analyst support to EOS/Civil Rights S

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AWS Sales Executive - US Govtech - East Coast

Would you like to own driving the revenue for a leader in cloud computing with US Govtech customers? Our Govtech customers are technology providers (ISV's) that create solutions, that they sell primarily to AWS SLG customers. Would you like to be part of

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Cloud Development Engineer, Senior

Cloud Development Engineer, Senior Key Role: Work as a Cloud development engineer with a team to design and implement solutions for complex deployments in the Cloud using any of the major Cloud providers. Participate in architecture reviews of Infra

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Commercial Cybersecurity Account Manager

Commercial Cybersecurity Account Manager Key Role: Serve as an account manager for Life Sciences and Chemicals clients responsible for driving market growth. Apply expertise in Cybersecurity consulting services to lead solutioning with current and p

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Program Analyst

Program Analyst The Challenge: Are you searching for a position where you can use your program analysis skills to make a difference? A program requires a significant investment of limited resources across multiple projects. With that level of comple

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Sr. Territory Business Manager

The Company: Dova is a pharmaceutical company focused on commercializing, developing and acquiring drug candidates for rare diseases in hematology where there is a high unmet need, with an initial focus on addressing thrombocytopenia. Dova's lead drug

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Accountant / Sr. Policy Accountant, NB-0510-VI

Duties Help Duties Summary As an Accountant/Senior Policy Accountant, you will provide expert accounting guidance, education and support to meet the overall mission of the agency, analyze complex accounting practices and evaluate compliance

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Associate Director, Enforcement Division

Duties Help Duties Summary For further information regarding FinCEN's mission, please visit our website at www.fincen.gov. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) is recruitin

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Sales Agent

We are searching for qualified, licensed (or willing to obtain license) insurance agents to join Benefit Architects as a sales agent to retain existing members and grow B.A. s overall book of business through our multiple product offerings. Our program is a proven, Single Source Provider of end-to-end benefit solutions for value added benefits to labor unions, large employer groups and associations. Come work with the best and be a part of our growing commissions-based sales team! High pay out with no cold calling. Our Agent s average tenure is 10+ years and you will be working directly with our largest client from the start! Partnering with Benefit Architects is the beginning of a great long-term relationship. Ask YourselfHow many years of experience do you have in insurance (health, life, disability) and/or sales?Do you currently have an active/valid insurance license?If not, are you willing to obtain an insurance license?Are you comfortable with commission-based sales?Job Requirements for Licensed Life Insurance Sales AgentHold an active/valid health, life, accident License or willingness to obtain one soon. Must be highly self-motivated, possess keen judgement, of high integrity, dependable, adaptive to different environments, be willing to travel and be able to manage the sales processPosition requires an individual who can work independently a high percentage of the timeSales experience, customer service, and the ability to communicate wellProfessional appearance and dressComfortable working with state and government agenciesProficiency in Microsoft applications to include, Outlook, Word, and Excel and ability to navigate computer systemsReliable transportationHigh school diploma or equivalent (GED)Comfortable working with commission-based salesThis is Why Licensed Life Insurance Agents Want to Work with Benefit Architects:Lead Generation SystemCompetitive, top commission24-hour claims and underwriting assistanceTraining tools and seminarsSimplified and liberal underwriting1-page application, simplified applicationsExcellent field sales supportAbout UsWe serve our clients by making their satisfaction our highest priority.We do what s right by sustaining an open, honest and ethical work environment.We lead in everything we do by offering best-in-class products, benefits and services.Benefit Architects is a privately-owned, national Independent Marketing Organization founded in 1987. We currently operate in 50 states and U.S. Territories.During tough economic times, Benefit Architects continues to thrive and break sales records year after year.Our exclusive payroll deduction process is valuable to premium collection. No checks or bank drafts necessary. We Want You to Come Join Our Team We are conducting an ongoing, nationwide insurance agent recruiting effort! This is a fast-paced sales position in a growing market with a successful Independent Marketing Organization which strives to assist you in achieving your desired level of success. We re looking for outgoing and dedicated insurance and retirement sales agents who are interested in a rewarding career. Make a difference - change your life, and your customer s lives daily!Don t miss out on this exciting career opportunity Email your resume today to reap the rewards of joining Benefit Architects. Together, we make a difference. Please look below at the specific states we re looking for great candidates. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.Recruiter: NRP and Associates, LLC Email: ...@benefitarchitects.com States we re looking for Sales Agents:Michigan (Metropolitan Detroit) Illinois (Metropolitan Chicago)Florida (Ft Lauderdale and South) Virginia and West Virginia (Morgantown area) Indiana (Indianapolis area) South Carolina (Columbia as center point) Washington D.C. Kentucky (Louisville area)

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Hospitality Specialist

Now hiringPosition: Hospitality StaffDescription: Looking for some extra hours in a fun and exciting environment? We are a local pop-up food vendor here in D.C. looking for smiling faces as we get busier this season at fun events and catering jobs in the city.Would people describe you as hardworking, sharp, personable, punctual and reliable? If yes, then we want you on our team as we pop-up at great breweries and distilleries around the DMV.Employment: Contracted labor for 2-8 hours a week to start. As we get busier into the spring months that will double and triple. Ample opportunity to be offered permanent part-time and full time positions based on your performance and as we grow. Be on our team with experience as an insider now as we prepare to open up brick and mortar bar and grill!Tasks: Working in our customer facing pop-up kitchen, assembling simple and delicious dishes, light prep-work, food delivery, event set up, greeting customers, and more.How to Apply:Fill out online application : Attach resume!Be sure to include a bit about yourself and why this opportunity interests youAlso looking for: Brand Ambassadors, Hospitality, Social Media/Marketing, Event Staff

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Senior Scheduler

Department: Department of EducationAgency: Federal Student AidSalary Range: $102,663 to $133,465/Per YearSeries & Grade: AD-0301-00 (GS-13 equivalent)Location: Washington, D.C.At Federal Student Aid (FSA), we are proud sponsors of the American mind. As a principal office of the U.S. Department of Education (ED), FSA provides students and families financial assistance for higher education, and we promote the value of postsecondary education to society. We ensure that all eligible students and families can benefit from federal financial aid for education or training beyond high school. In every interaction with students and their families, FSA strives to be the most trusted and reliable source of student financial aid information and services in the nation.FSA is currently seeking a full-time Senior Scheduler in the Chief Operations Office. The incumbent of this position is responsible for providing direct support to projects and enabling project success in the area of scheduling and stakeholder coordination activities related to projects. As a Senior Scheduler, you will be responsible for performing the following duties: Prepare detailed schedules, Grant chart, timelines, and diagrams; provides development and analysis of finish variances and critical paths; and promptly reports schedule slippage or other unsatisfactory performanceManage and facilitate the accomplishment of major projects in support of FSA s mission by ensuring effective integrated processes, procedures and tools for oversight during development and project/program execution, including schedule analysis, cost analysis, and earned value managementDevelop and maintain detailed schedules for new IT programs as requiredProvide impact analysis of schedule changes, identify schedule variances and opportunities and proactively develop mitigation strategies for the project management teamBuild and maintain logic driven schedules to highlight status of key interfaces for critical path reviewProvide progress reporting documents and briefing materials as requiredDevelop creative reporting tools to communicate complex project sequencing and/or progress assessmentsTravel RequiredNo Conditions of EmploymentU.S Citizenship Background investigation and fingerprint check (if available) Trial Period:1. Veteran s preference eligible will serve a one (1) year trial period; and2. Those who are not veteran s preference eligible will serve a two (2) year trial period Security Level: Non-Sensitive/Moderate Risk QualificationsSpecialized ExperienceApplicants must possess one full year (52 weeks) of performing two (2) of the three (3) following work assignments:1. Experience with risk adjusted delivery methods is desirable.2. Experience with Adobe Acrobat is required.3. Experience in managing complex, multi-phase, multi-project technology project schedulesExperience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills, and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. We will consider all qualifying experience, including any volunteer experience. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) The quality of your experience will be measured by the extent to which you possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs).Knowledge of Microsoft Office SuiteSkill in the management of IT and non-IT projects/programs, pursuant to the competencies of the Senior Expert Federal Acquisition Certification requirements for Program Managers (FACP/PM)Ability to incorporate data into schedules and measure project progressAdditional informationEqual Employment Opportunity: We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a parent, marital status, or political affiliation. People with Disabilities: We are committed to expanding access to employment by hiring people with disabilities; providing reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities; and, identifying and removing barriers to work. Persons with disabilities, including disabled veterans, may apply for jobs filled either competitively (where qualified individuals compete with one another through a structured process), noncompetitively (where a qualified individual may be selected based on a special hiring authority), or through an excepted appointing authority for people with disabilities (i.e., Schedule A). If you require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, please contact us. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation is made on a case-by-case basis. For more information, please visit: Veterans Career Counseling: If you are a veteran interested in receiving tips on preparing a Federal resume and/or how to prepare for an interview, you may email ...@ed.gov to schedule a session with a career counselor ( Veterans Counseling Session should be placed in the subject line of the email). Selective Service: If you are a male applicant born after 12/31/1959, you must have registered for the Selective Service. For more information, please visit: or Student Loan Default: If selected for this position, we will verify that you have not defaulted on any loan funded or guaranteed by the U.S. Department of Education. If you are found to be in default, we will contact you to make arrangements for repayment prior to making an official offer of employment. Suitability and Investigation: If selected for this position, you will be required to complete the Declaration for Federal Employment (OF-306) to determine your suitability for federal employment and subject to a pre-appointment investigation/background check.Essential/Non-Essential: This position is considered non-essential for purposes of reporting to work during federal government closures.Financial Disclosure: This position does not require financial disclosure.Telework: This position is not telework eligible.Bargaining Unit: This position is not included in the bargaining unit.Drug test required: No Time After Competitive Appointment:Candidates who are current Federal employees serving on a non-temporary competitive appointment must have served at least 90 days in that appointment before the agency can promote, transfer, reinstate, or detail an employee to a different position or different geographical area. When moving employees is consistent with open competition principles, OPM may waive the restriction against movement to a different geographical area upon written request from an agency. How You Will Be EvaluatedYou will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.*Please provide your resume when applying for this job. *References may be requested at a future date.

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Executive Assistant

Summary of Essential DutiesThe Executive Assistant provides direct administrative support to the CEO and other Executive team members. This person is primarily the CEO s right hand person. You will be the main liaison between the CEO and Executives and employees, clients, and external partners. The Executive Assistant is often the first point of contact with clients, coordinating client appointments and delivering an exceptional client experience. This person is comfortable interacting with clients, with an emphasis on ability to address client needs in a timely manner. Organization skills, follow through, and attention to detail are critical given the nature of paperwork, processes, and related work, upon which both clients and the team depend. In this role, nothing is above or below your capabilities or purview.OutcomeA successful Executive Assistant will efficiently and accurately manage administrative tasks to support and allow advisors to focus on financial planning strategies that help clients reach their financial goals. This person will help increase operational efficiency and improve administrative procedures, provide assurance to advisors that no tasks or correspondence are falling through the cracks, and will maintain high levels of client satisfaction. ResponsibilitiesManage incoming and outgoing communications (telephone, email and faxes) to include responding to clients acknowledging receipt of message and next steps for follow up. Creating tasks for team members when appropriate and following up on progress to completion or researching items and solving matters independently with advisor support.Schedule, calendar and manage tasks and activities in CRM and advisors calendarsAnswer phones, route calls and take / distribute messagesProvide general office support (photocopying, scanning, filing, office errands, creating documents, etc.)Type letters and maintain compliance with correspondence standardsReview, sort and distribute incoming mailCoordinate travel arrangements and expense reportsMaintain all Advisor technology devices and learn how to use all equipmentManage client touches and birthday process, cards / gifts (Sympathy, Get Well, Thinking of You, etc.)Complete operations / client service tasks as requested and train to be competent in all areas over timeAssist with the handling of service work (processing of paperwork, communicating with clients to collect personal & banking information, interacting with service centers and other team members to ensure that client requests are fulfilled in a timely manner)Record all transactions and conversations in CRM systemUpdate processes / procedures related to the Executive Assistant positionComplete back-up duties as assignedMaintain files, prepare correspondence, run reports, answer phone calls, schedule and confirming appointments, copying materials, faxing informationManage personal matters such as vehicle and home repairs, family matters, coordinating with family members on plans and eventsKnowledge, Skills & AttributesHigh School diploma preferredMinimum 10 years relevant experience preferredFinancial services experience preferredComfortable working with industry related software (Redtail, eMoney preferred)Expert computer skills, including advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, Excel and PowerPointStrong math and analytical skillsExcellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skillsProfessional appearance and demeanorImpeccable ability to maintain confidentiality and integrityEffective follow-up skills and organizational skills; ability to multitask and meet deadlines without promptingFlawless attention to detail and accuracy requiredEnergetic, eager to learn, willing to cooperateSelf-motivated with ability to work well independently and under directionComfort with being a team player and doing whatever is needed, big or smallStrong problem resolution skillsPositive attitude, personal organization and the ability to handle a heavy workload

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Executive Assistant

Are you interested in digital technologies, fundraising, and advertising? Then a position with FAIR s Advancement Team might just be the right job for you.About this PositionExecutive Assistant to the PresidentQualifications A Bachelor's degree in relevant field and at least two years of professional work experience, preferably on Capitol Hill Event planning experience Stellar organizational skills; must be able to track proposals, letters and contracts Fundraising or development experience, a plus Project management experience Highly proficient in writing, editing and proofreading Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite Main Responsibilities Schedule, organize and attend project meetings; record decisions and changes Break projects into doable tasks and set timeframes and goals Manage the President s calendar, travel, and events Manage board meetings and company eventsThis position is located at FAIR's headquarters in Washington, D.C. It is a full-time, non-exempt position. FAIR offers generous benefits; salary is commensurate with experience. Cover letter indicating familiarity with our mission, resume, and one writing sample are required for application consideration. Please submit the required documents to ...@fairus.org (Candidates are encouraged to visit FAIR webpage to learn more about the organization).The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.

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Executive Assistant

Position Title: Executive Assistant Customer: Assistant Secretary of Navy for Research Development and Acquisitions Location: Pentagon, Washington D.C. Clearance Required: Secret Government Clearance Required GC Associates requires an Executive Assistant to provide administrative office support to the Assistant Secretary of Navy for Research Development and Acquisitions Office. The Executive Assistant will support the division for Acquisition Career Field Management and Certifications for the Navy. PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS Interact with Senior Executive Officials providing executive administrative support. Provides administrative support to action officers in developing and writing position papers, briefings, and additional supporting documents. Coordinate and schedule meetings, appointments and conferences with senior executive offices. Schedules meetings and off-site functions, coordinate travel requirements; reserves conference rooms as appropriate; coordinates specific business unit/functional area activities as appropriate. Performs routine office duties according to business unit/functional area such as entering information into databases, compiling and analyzing simple data, and preparing reports and presentations to convey results. Provides logistical and administrative support for symposiums, VIP visits, ceremonies, and conferences to include the storage and transport of the conference support materials, sign-in sheets and visitor control requests. Performs general office such as word-processing, photocopying, faxing, report generation, and filing; may provide specialized administrative support such as basic graphic creation for presentations and documents. Coordinates outgoing department correspondence; may create original correspondence; assembles, addresses and mails documents; distributes incoming mail to appropriate personnel. Distributes documents to department employees such as faxes, staff calendars, or other types of correspondence; photocopies documents as necessary; ensures documents are received by appropriate officials. Answers incoming calls and routes calls to appropriate personnel; records messages and delivers to appropriate personnel; researches and responds to routine inquiries. Composes routine/non-technical correspondence and prepare reports on administrative support/clerical functions of office and other appropriate subjects. Uses Government software packages with emphasis on MS-Word, MS- PowerPoint, Systems, Applications and Products Salary range: $60-70K depending on experience plus full Health & Welfare benefits with 401K option

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Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant duties include general administrative and clerical duties such as typing, filing, taking meeting minutes, composing routine correspondence and arranging conferences; assisting in the production of final form documentation to meet requirements of governing contract performing data entry on a variety of systems; and maintaining a document / deliverable / reference library. In addition to secretarial duties (filing, taking phone calls, scheduling appointments, making travel arrangements), this position will provide administrative support to executive staff with office management responsibilities to include budgeting, personnel records and payroll. The Administrative Assistant may be required to work independently on projects requiring research and preparation of briefing charts and other presentation materials, scheduling executive calendars, developing, drafting and writing reports, briefs and or proposals, handle all incoming correspondence using databases, attend meetings and conferences for the purpose of composing dictation, conducting research, reviews, possesses and professionally utilize, extensive software, have strong oral and written communication skills, exemplary interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently, exceptional organizational and planning skills, knowledge of office automation systems (Microsoft Office, Image processing (PDFs), Intranet, Electronic Communication, Data Management, Skype) in order to access, manipulate, extract, enter and alter information and providing customer service. Minimum Position Qualifications:- Security Clearance: Active Top Secret, with an SCI and CI Polygraph (or the ability to obtain an SCI and CI Polygraph)- Minimum of eight years of work experience

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Home Staging Assistant

We are a fast-growing home staging company in need of a dependable, friendly and creative thinker to assist with all aspects of the business. This person will function as a part-time staging and warehouse assistant. You must have a flexible schedule and be willing to go the extra mile. The hours needed will vary but will mostly occur Monday Friday from 9-7, however, during our busy seasons there will occasionally be night and weekend hours. In our slow season you will have some much needed time off, so weekly total hours can range from 16 to 40. We are growing quickly so this could lead to a full time position.The duties of this position will range from design to staging to warehouse organization. Our ideal candidate is a well-balanced, team player who is equally as comfortable taking initiative as taking direction. This is often a **very** physical job and can include rushing up and down flights of steps throughout the day as we re staging a house. We stage mostly in the DC Metro area - reliable transportation is a must. Our warehouse is located in Rockville, MD. A great attitude and a willingness to learn are a must.This is a great opportunity to make yourself an invaluable part of this rapidly growing business and launch your staging and design career. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and references. No calls please.Thanks, we can t wait to meet you!

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Executive Assistant

Executive AssistantSternhell Group is a growing government affairs and public policy firm seeking a manager ofday-to-day business operations, office administration and executive support in a fast-pacedenvironment. Two to four years of office management and bookkeeping is required. We willprovide competitive salary and benefits. Responsibilities:Bookkeeping-profit and loss, accounts receivable/accounts payable, invoicing, expense and financial reportingAdministrative duties-correspondence, contract management, executivescheduling, calendar management, event planningInterfacing with clients and professional contacts-acting as both gatekeeper and liaisonUpdating and maintaining distribution and contact lists.Administration of payroll and benefitsOversight of policy renewals and deadlinesAssisting in compliance and regulatory reporting Requirements:Bachelor s degreeProficiency in QuickBooks Accounting and Microsoft OfficeExperience with benefits administration including insurance and retirementAbility to work independentlyExcellent organizational skills and extreme attention to detailBasic familiarity with the policy making process a plus.

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Child Welfare Specialist

Child Welfare Specialist Location: Remote telework is permitted anywhere in the U.S., travel is required.This position will support the Children's Bureau, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in administering the Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) and other state child welfare program monitoring activities. Under general supervision, facilitates and oversees state reviews, negotiates and monitors State Program Improvement Plans (PIP) and interprets and articulates state and national data and measurement of PIP progress. This position is involved in both Traditional Reviews and State Conducted Case Reviews.***APPLICANTS MUST HAVE***Educational Requirements:Preferred educational requirement: Master s degree in social work, human services, counseling, public administration, or a closely related field; or juris doctor degree with experience working for a state Court Improvement Project or juvenile or family court dealing with child welfare cases.Bachelor s or master s degree in social work, human services, public administration, counseling, or a closely related field; or a juris doctor degree with experience working for a state Court Improvement Program or juvenile or family court dealing with child welfare cases. Knowledge & Experience:Preferred knowledge: Fluent in Spanish or another second language.Preferred experience: Supervisory, administrative, and/or management experience in a public (federal, state, or local) or private child welfare agency; or at least 2 years of direct experience working for a state Court Improvement Project or juvenile or family court dealing with child welfare cases.Experience in quality assurance or performance reviews of child welfare services.Minimum of 5 years of direct field experience and/or supervisory, administrative, or management experience in a public or private child welfare agency. This may include providing services or supervising, administering, or managing programs supporting child protective services, foster care, adoption, family preservation, family support, independent living services, or licensure/approval of foster and adoptive families.Strong assessment skills, including the ability to: (1) gather information from interviews and from written documents; (2) pursue the collection of information from various sources; (3) take notes and compile information obtained from multiple sources; and (4) make professional judgments based on the information collected during the reviews.Strong interviewing skills with either individuals or groups.Strong written and verbal communication skills.Duties:Supports the Children's Bureau with all review preparatory activities, including planning calls and related communications with states; examination and evaluation of the capacity of states case review systems; reviews and comments on statewide assessments; reviews and evaluates sources of data and information for evaluation of systemic factors; evaluates and selects data and review sites; develops case samples and reviews of states sampling plans; and resolves state-specific review issues.Participate as Site Leader, reviews states quality assurance processes, conducts quality assurance reviews of case review instruments on and off site and supports the Children s Bureau s Child and Family Services Reviews Unit State Leader through all phases of the process, including post-review activities.Participates with the CFSR Unit and federal Regional Offices in the support provided to states as they develop their Program Improvement Plans and integrate those efforts with the Child and Family Services Plan and Annual Progress and Services Report.Negotiates benchmarks and activities, quarterly monitoring of state implementation progress and completion and ongoing improvement of the Child and Family Services Reviews Unit's Program Improvement Plan process and management.Assists with analysis of review data findings, production and management of Final Reports, monitoring of Program Improvement Plan completion, analysis of Program Improvement Plan data, identification of additional technical resources for states, development of technical and policy transmittal bulletins for the Children s Bureau and identification of cross-cutting Program Improvement Plan strategies to share with states.Personal Attributes:Experience at working both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment is essential.Can conform to shifting priorities, demands and timelines through analytical and problem-solving capabilities.Proactive in handling complex situations, negotiations and problems.Reacts to project adjustments and alterations promptly and efficiently.Flexible during times of change.Ability to read communication styles of team members and contractors who come from a broad spectrum of disciplines.Persuasive, encouraging, and motivating.Ability to elicit cooperation from a wide variety of sources, including upper management, clients, and other departments.Ability to defuse tension among project team, should it arise.Strong written and oral communication skills.Strong interpersonal skills.Adept at conducting research into project-related issues and products.Must be able to learn, understand, and apply new technologies.Customer service skills an asset.Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment is crucial.Tenacious. Client-centric driven to delight the client.Work Conditions:Frequent travel is required. Working more than 40 hours per week may be required to meet project deadlines.Physically able to participate and present in reviews, training sessions, presentations and meetings.

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Associate Technical Writer

Associate Technical Writer LocationWashington, DC Job TypeInformation Technology Status ASSOCIATE TECHNICAL WRITER Concurrent Technologies Corporation Washington, DC Minimum Clearance Required: N/A Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain:

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Document Management Analyst

Job Description Document Management Analyst – Educational Opportunities Section (DOJ) Document Management Analyst for EOS/Civil Rights Section - ($25.39 USD Hourly) Candidate will provide Document Management Analyst support to EOS/Civil Rights S

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AWS Sales Executive - US Govtech - East Coast

Would you like to own driving the revenue for a leader in cloud computing with US Govtech customers? Our Govtech customers are technology providers (ISV's) that create solutions, that they sell primarily to AWS SLG customers. Would you like to be part of

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Cloud Development Engineer, Senior

Cloud Development Engineer, Senior Key Role: Work as a Cloud development engineer with a team to design and implement solutions for complex deployments in the Cloud using any of the major Cloud providers. Participate in architecture reviews of Infra

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Commercial Cybersecurity Account Manager

Commercial Cybersecurity Account Manager Key Role: Serve as an account manager for Life Sciences and Chemicals clients responsible for driving market growth. Apply expertise in Cybersecurity consulting services to lead solutioning with current and p

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Program Analyst

Program Analyst The Challenge: Are you searching for a position where you can use your program analysis skills to make a difference? A program requires a significant investment of limited resources across multiple projects. With that level of comple

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Sr. Territory Business Manager

The Company: Dova is a pharmaceutical company focused on commercializing, developing and acquiring drug candidates for rare diseases in hematology where there is a high unmet need, with an initial focus on addressing thrombocytopenia. Dova's lead drug

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Accountant / Sr. Policy Accountant, NB-0510-VI

Duties Help Duties Summary As an Accountant/Senior Policy Accountant, you will provide expert accounting guidance, education and support to meet the overall mission of the agency, analyze complex accounting practices and evaluate compliance

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Associate Director, Enforcement Division

Duties Help Duties Summary For further information regarding FinCEN's mission, please visit our website at www.fincen.gov. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) is recruitin

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