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Community Relations Sr. Advisor

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 11:00pm
Details: Organizational Statement Enbridge Energy Company, Inc., a leader in crude oil and natural gas transportation, gathering and processing, is currently seeking a Community Relations Sr. Advisor at the Superior, WI office. Responsibilities Primary Focus: This position works directly with Superior Region management and U.S. LP Public Affairs to develop relationships with key stakeholders at the local, county and state level. Further, this position helps U.S. Public Affairs and Superior Region management identify and support Superior Region community investment, in-kind resources and employee volunteerism opportunities. This position will support the Superior Region community outreach strategic objectives as well as to help manage and enhance the Enbridge reputation, thereby fostering our corporate consent to operate. The Superior Region Community Relations Senior Advisor, with direction from the General Manager, Superior Region, Major Projects leadership and U.S. LP Public Affairs, recommends and helps to execute community relations and community investment activities that further the success of the Superior Region major projects and region business objectives as well as Enbridge’s commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility. This position will also support the planning and implementation of stakeholder outreach plans for regional expansion projects in the Region. Specific Accountabilities: Community Relations: The Senior Advisor will work with Superior Region management and U.S. LP Public Affairs to annually develop a community relations program for the region. That program will monitor, assess and manage stakeholder issues with the potential to affect Enbridge and its liquids pipelines business with a focus on the Superior community and other key regional communities and stakeholders, including the “affected public” living near our rights-of-way, local public officials, Native American groups, NGOs/ENGOs and regulatory agencies. The Senior Advisor will help facilitate and sponsor key community events and increase public officials’ knowledge and acceptance of Enbridge facilities and operations. Project Public Consultation: The Senior Advisor will work with the Senior Manager, U.S. LP Public Affairs, to plan and implement proactive public consultation strategies for major renovation and greenfield projects and expansions of pipelines and facilities in the Superior Region, working closely with the project team and the Project Director or Manager. As required, the Senior Advisor may supervise the work of any contract community relations professionals and agencies hired to supplement public consultation or community relations outreach within the region. The Senior Advisor will work with the Superior and Houston Public Affairs staff to assure publications and websites are developed to support major these projects. The Senior Advisor will receive guidance from the Senior Manager, Business and Major Projects Communications, related to major projects media relations and related external communications. Community Investment & Employee Volunteerism: The Senior Advisor will support Superior Region management business objectives by recommending strategic major community investments to the U.S. LP Public Affairs community investment team and by helping regional management target smaller community investments from the U.S. Liquids community investment budget and the Superior Region General Manager’s discretionary investment monies. The Senior Advisor will facilitate volunteer opportunities for region employees and families that align with Enbridge CSR goals and community investment areas. This will include promotion of the Enbridge VIP volunteer program for employees. Emergency & Crisis Communications: The Senior Advisor will provide immediate support for effective communications in emergencies, including media, internal, community and landowner crisis and emergency communications in close coordination with the Superior Region management team as well as Enbridge U.S. and Canadian Public Affairs teams. The Senior Advisor will serve as regional public affairs liaison working with incident response personnel and, as needed, serve as member of Enbridge enterprise crisis communications team to help supplement public affairs support for crisis situations involving other U.S. liquids systems as well as natural gas, joint venture or Canadian systems. Pipeline Public Awareness: Working directly with the Enbridge Public Awareness Program leader and the regional management team, including the regional public awareness coordinator, the Superior Regional Community Relations Senior Advisor will help develop, implement and document activities and communications that meets statutory requirements for a “supplemental” pipeline public awareness program as set out in API RP 1162 and in CFR 195.440, with a special focus on Enbridge-operated pipelines in the Superior Region. Media Relations: In coordination with the U.S. Communications and Public Affairs teams, the Senior Advisor will manage non-corporate media relations for the Superior Region. With oversight from the Senior Manager, Business and Major Projects Communications, the Senior Advisor will support the Superior Region media relations, including preparation and approval of local news advisories; preparation and approval of key messages, and questions and answers for local news advisories and key issues and projects; disseminating local news advisories; coordinating requests for interviews; monitoring local media coverage; and participating as directed by U.S. Public Affairs leadership in crisis media training for liquids operations staff in the United States. The Senior Advisor will be responsible for identifying, targeting and cultivating relationships with key media representatives within the Superior Region to improve the access and coverage of the company. The Senior Advisor will assure that all local news advisories are properly reviewed and approved by Superior Region management, U.S. Communications and Public Affairs leadership and Law. Right-of-Way Landowner/Tenant Communications: The Senior Advisorwill work closely with regional Right-of-Way and project teams to develop messages and delivery channels for those communications related to integrity digs, hydrostatic testing and other visible activities on or near the rights-of-way. General Communications & Issue Management: The Senior Advisor willprovide community relations counsel and planning support to the Superior Region management and project teams related to the development of public presentations and collateral support materials related to key issues and concerns within the region. This may include research, writing, community event staging and other public affairs initiatives undertaken within the region. Industry Liaison: As directed by the Superior Region general manager, regional management and / or U.S. Public Affairs leadership, the Senior Advisor may represent Enbridge on local and regional industry, governmental or charitable committees and panels.

Medication Nurse (LPN)

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 11:00pm
Details: The Medication Nurse will be responsible for administering the proper dose of methadone to each patient as prescribed by the Medical Director or Program Physician. He or she ensures medication accountability. The Medication Nurse assists in the screening of patients and keeps in close contact with counselors regarding patients’ progress. The Medication Nurse will perform duties within the scope of their license or certification which are an addendum to this job description. Summary of Essential Job Functions: Professional Development Responsible for the achievement of assigned specific annual goals and objectives Training Participate in all trainings as required by federal, state, local and accrediting agencies. Duties and Responsibilities Administer methadone as prescribed by the Medical Director or Program Physician Perform evaluation and assessment of new and current patients to determine appropriateness for treatment or need for modifications to their treatment Observe and assess patients after the initial dose is administered Follow all physician orders Assess patients’ appropriateness for dosing Collection of urine specimens, filing of contract urines (quantity specified per state/clinic regulations), record urine results in patients’ chart. Provide a copy of urine results to patients’ primary counselors Responsible for maintenance of all medical supply inventories as needed Receive medication shipments in accordance with DEA and company procedures Responsible for processing new MARS for admits, re-admits, transfers, and courtesy dosing patients Ability to demonstrate blood draw competency. Responsible for coordinating and preparing courtesy and vacation dose medication packages Participate in training new nurses Ensure implementation of quality health standards Maintain accurate patient dosing records as well as daily reconciliation and accountability of medication inventory as dispensed from total stock on hand Report and document all medication discrepancies and incidents promptly to the Nursing Supervisor and Program Director Clear the medication count daily Plan and implement changes necessary for improved functioning of the treatment center Attend and function as an active participant in weekly treatment team meetings, as well as outside seminars and training Maintain active communication (weekly) with other team members in the nursing department as to relevant program/patient changes Maintain and help with a chart monitoring system to track physicals and lab work Confirm, sign and execute on medical orders as directed Assist the Medical Director or Program Physician with physical examinations and other procedures as required or directed Hold a basic understanding of drug/alcohol abuse and addiction and keep updated on current drug abuse and treatment information - specifically current trends in Opioid Maintenance Treatment Able to develop and maintain professional, helpful and effective relationships with patients Able to function as a productive team member, working in conjunction with all other team members in a helpful, positive manner Ability to project a positive and professional image to the community, in representation of the treatment center Participate in and/or helps perform, schedule, or attend monthly treatment center in-service trainings Ensure treatment center meets all accreditation standards related to Medical, Health, and Safety issues; and other areas as assigned Meet BHG attendance standards and be present and ready for work at the beginning of their established work schedule Report any work-related injury or illness, or workplace hazards or security issues immediately to supervisor Other duties as assigned by supervisor Regulatory Responsible for complying with all federal, state and local regulatory agency requirements Responsible for complying with all licensing and accrediting agency requirements

Business Data Specialist

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 11:00pm
Details: Position Details Depending on qualifications, candidates can be considered at the lower, Analyst, level. Prefer candidates with P&C Insurance Experience and Data Warehousing including Analytics. Position Objective This position works with all divisions across the enterprise to capture business requirements related to data and reporting solutions to support corporate strategies, goals and objectives. They provide leadership involving conceptualization, initiation, specification and testing of the data and reporting solutions. They work closely with I/S to identify technology opportunities, share the business vision and strategy, and to ensure alignment of solutions to business needs. They provide day to day support for data users to foster adoption and identify additional enhancements. Primary Accountabilities Business Analysis (40%) Fields and manages new requests for data and reporting capabilities to support business objectives. Conducts business analysis for data and reporting needs understanding current and future state to support prioritization of data needs. Elicits business drivers and key business questions for operational data and business analytic capabilities. Provides industry and business function expertise to assist in identification of key performance indicators and alignment to corporate vision and strategy. Understands business processes and business rules to support identification of business drivers and key business questions. Solicits business and technical requirements through interviewing and requirements gathering process. Responsible for documentation of the requirements, including business rules, functional and non-functional requirements. Accountable for completeness and accuracy of requirements and for sign-off of requirements. Facilitates needs assessment sessions to identify cross-divisional gaps and opportunities. Captures and publishes meeting minutes for each session, reviewing with business and technology partners. Follows a standard requirements gathering process including sign-off, use of templates, and documentation of requirements in a central repository. Documents enhancements to the process with peer and stakeholder input. Data Advisor (40%) Consults with project teams to translate high-level business vision and scope into detailed business requirements, balancing the needs of all business partners. Consults with I/S to ensure efficient design and implementation of business intelligence solutions and operational systems. Builds effective relationships with business and technology partners across the organization. Participates in tools and technology reviews and proposals to support requirement gathering efforts. Maintains knowledge of business intelligence trends and developments within the insurance industry and business markets. Identifies opportunities and recommends data and reporting initiatives that support corporate strategic plans and division goals and objectives. Deployment and User Support (20%) Supports end user support efforts to ensure appropriate communications and education activities. Provides detailed information related to upcoming changes related to deliverables and uses of the data. Participates in education activities and deployment process to ensure solution adoption. Works with the business partners to determine issues and/or enhancements. Communicates issues and enhancements to appropriate area in the department and assists in resolution.

Class A Truck Drivers- Home Every Weekend!

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 11:00pm
Details: Now Hiring Class A CDL Truck Drivers. Regional routes, drivers would be home every weekend! No touch freight. Full benefits package, including holiday and vacation pay. New automatic trucks, private fleet. Now offering $500 sign on bonus after first dispatch. To apply, please select your branch as PD Kohler.

Coord Customer Service

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 11:00pm
Details: Responsible for ensuring that all phases of the clinic registration process (interviews, pre-admission verification of Insurance coverage, pre-certification and collection of co-pays) are completed in an accurate and timely manner in order to guarantee that maximum collection is achieved. That all processes are conducted according to state, federal, and corporate regulations. Provides superior customer service. Performs all other duties as assigned.

Project Engineer

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 11:00pm
Details: Cardno ATC is a national engineering/consulting firm that specializes in environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, and construction materials testing and inspection service. Cardno ATC is recognized as one of the nation's leading practitioners of Environmental Consulting, Engineering and Testing. Cardno ATC is seeking a full time Project Engineer for our Lafayette, LA office Essential job functions include, but are not limited to > Performance as the Construction Quality Assurance Manager on large scale Roadway Transportation projects > Technical Oversight and Review > Interpretation of the LA DOTD’s requirements for large scale Roadway Transportation Projects > Carry out the duties specified in the LA DOTD Quality Assurance Manual > Direct on-site personnel for QA testing and Inspection > Able to perform Field Engineering work on a full-time basis > Excellent communication skills > Ability to manage client interactions

Tower Technician III

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 11:00pm
Details: If you are looking for a career in a rapidly expanding, growth oriented industry. MasTec Network Solutions has an exciting career opportunity for you! We are a telecommunications services company that offers wireless network operators a variety of services such as Equipment Installation and Commissioning, Microwave Engineering, Civil Construction, Maintenance, and EF&I Services. We also provide structured, in-class and field training services to people interested in a career as a Tower Technician. As a Technician you will assist in the construction, installation, and maintenance of communications tower and support structures. Being a Tower Technician is not for the faint at heart but with MasTec Network Solutions it can be an exciting and challenging career opportunity. Tower Technicians work irregular hours, travel frequently, and work at great heights in extreme weather conditions. At MasTec Network Solutions we recognize our success depends on our exceptional technicians; they work hard so opportunities and incentive programs are in place that recognizes top performers for a job well done. If you truly have what it takes to be a great Tower Technician, this is the place to build your career! We are a reputable company that rewards your hard work. We also offer competitive compensation, benefits, and advancement opportunities. As a Tower Technician I, your responsibilities will include: Climbing and working on communications towers for the purpose of installing, replacing, and repairing antenna systems equipment; performs tower maintenance under close supervision. The basic use and care of hand tools and mechanical equipment. Knowing the hazards associated with tower climbing, construction equipment, and working on or near energized lines and equipment. The ability to climb tall structures (100 feet or more) with 50 lb. load. Analyzing situations accurately and adopt an appropriate course of action. Communicating orally and in writing. Following instructions accurately and complete assigned course of action. Recognizing safety hazards and performing duties in a safe manner. Work under close supervision.

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