Temporary Loan Compliance File Reviewers

We are seeking 25-50 temporary employees for a 90-day project starting February 20th.  The project is based here in Richmond with a financial institution, involving loan compliance file review.  The project with require strong Microsoft Excel, data manipulation and a strong grasp of the English language.
The roles will pay between $17/hour-$22/hour depending on experience.  All candidate MUST have clean criminal, credit and DMV records to be considered.
 

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Make
sure that your resume has been approved before you apply for this position. You
can do so by contacting your Career Consultant or by utilizing our walk-in
hours:

·University Career Center Career
Consultants by Major: http://www.students.vcu.edu/careers/meet_us/career_consultants.html

·Walk-in hours (Spring and Fall) are Tuesday
through Thursday from 11 am to 1 pm. 

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is easy to get one! Stop by the Career Center in
the University Student Commons (across from the
Chick-Fil-A) and request an account or email us at mailto:careers@vcu.edu

Better Housing Coalition, a non-profit Community Development Corporation, is seeking a part-time Senior Specialist

The Senior Specialist works in several of Better Housing Coalition’s independent living adult communities. The senior specialist is responsible for medical case management, coordinating health prevention services and providing individual and group education on issues of aging to residents, family members and staff. The ideal candidate will have exceptional health assessment skills and proven experience in the provision of services to seniors in a community based setting and thorough knowledge of health services for seniors. The ideal candidate will enjoy being “hands-on” and enjoy long term work with seniors and their families, appreciating seniors’ independent spirit as well as their special needs. The candidate will possess excellent communication and training skills and the ability to work independently as well as with a variety of staff. Computer literate RN/LPN preferred. This is currently a 25 hour position with benefits.
If interested please send your cover letter and resume to our Human Resources Department at BHC: recruiting@betterhousingcoalition.org<mailto:recruiting@betterhousingcoalition.org> / EOE

Consular Adjudicator – Mandarin Chinese: Deadline 2/29/2012

Hello:

We are continuing our pilot program hiring Consular Adjudicators for China
and have reopened the vacancy announcement. Please note that candidates will
only be able to apply once a year.

You can use your Mandarin skills as a Consular Adjudicator to contribute to a
more democratic, secure and prosperous world. We need American citizens with
fluency in Mandarin to work as limited non-career appointment (LNA) Consular
adjudicators in high volume posts in China.

Initially, these appointments are for a period of 13 months, and then
renewable for up to five years, based on satisfactory performance and the needs
of the Foreign Service. An LNA appointment will not lead to further employment
with the U.S. Department of State or conversion to another form of employment.
For specific requirements, and to apply,
please visit careers.state.gov/CALNACH.
After reading the vacancy announcement, if you have specific
questions, please post them on the Foreign
Service Consular Adjudicator forum
found in the Engage>Forums/Blogs
section on the careers site.



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Eligibility Advocate (Spanish Bilingual)

An enrollment organization that works in seamless partnership with healthcare organizations to proactively identify opportunities to improve efficiency, increase revenue and exceed performance goals.  We consistently respond to every type of challenge with innovative, fully personalized solutions that educate consumers about their coverage options, navigate complex criteria, and connect more uninsured to the best available programs. 

Job Description: This position will provide assistance to patients within hospitals as they screen patients for eligibility in person and over the phone, complete applications, and follow-up with social services agencies and other third-party eligibility services.


Interested - apply through RamsRecruiting today! 

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can find out more by logging into your RamsRecruiting account. Use our One-Click
Searches
 for “New
Opportunities Posted by VCU’s RamsRecruiting
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can Narrow Your Results feature on the left hand side of your
search results.

Make
sure that your resume has been approved before you apply for this position. You
can do so by contacting your Career Consultant or by utilizing our walk-in
hours:

·University Career Center Career
Consultants by Major: http://www.students.vcu.edu/careers/meet_us/career_consultants.html

·Walk-in hours (Spring and Fall) are Tuesday
through Thursday from 11 am to 1 pm. 

Don’t have a RamsRecruiting account? 

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is easy to get one! Stop by the Career Center in
the University Student Commons (across from the
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Apply for the U.S. Department of State’s Fall 2012 Student Internship Program

We are pleased to inform you that we are now accepting applications for the
U.S. Department of State’s Fall 2012 Student Internship
Program
.

Click here (http://careers.state.gov/students/programs)
to read more about the Student Internship Program, and to start the Gateway to
State online application process. Please note that
the deadline to submit completed applications is March 02, 2012.

To be eligible for this program, you must be:

  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Be a full- or part-time continuing college or university junior, or graduate
    student (including graduating seniors intending to go on to graduate school).
  • Have good academic standing
  • Successfully complete a background investigation
  • Be able to receive either a Secret or Top Secret clearance.

Please read the entire vacancy announcement carefully for all qualifications
and requirements.

You can also visit our Student Programs forum (http://careers.state.gov/engage/forums/student-programs)
to post questions or read discussions about this program.

Health Manager/Nurse

Manage camp health center. Maintain the wellness and safety of campers and staff. Provide injury first aid emergency response.
ACCOUNTABILITIES
• Oversee implementation of camp health plan.
• Assist in training staff during pre-camp orientation.
• Prepare and manage health center. Maintain health records in compliance with federal, state, GSUSA, HIPAA and ACA guidelines.
• Ensure each staff member and camper has on health history and examination form on file as required.

Interested - apply through RamsRecruiting today! 

You
can find out more by logging into your RamsRecruiting account. Use our One-Click
Searches
 for “New
Opportunities Posted by VCU’s RamsRecruiting
“. Then, if desired, you
can Narrow Your Results feature on the left hand side of your
search results.

Make
sure that your resume has been approved before you apply for this position. You
can do so by contacting your Career Consultant or by utilizing our walk-in
hours:

·University Career Center Career
Consultants by Major: http://www.students.vcu.edu/careers/meet_us/career_consultants.html

·Walk-in hours (Spring and Fall) are Tuesday
through Thursday from 11 am to 1 pm. 

Don’t have a RamsRecruiting account? 

It
is easy to get one! Stop by the Career Center in
the University Student Commons (across from the
Chick-Fil-A) and request an account or email us at mailto:careers@vcu.edu

 

Brandeis in The Hague – New Summer Study Abroad Option

Brandeis University is pleased to announce that we are now accepting 
applications to our 2012 summer abroad program in The Hague. Now in its 
third year, Brandeis in The Hague gives liberal arts undergraduates a 
close-up view of the international courts and tribunals found in the 
Dutch city that has become famous as the “world capital of peace and 
justice.” Students attend criminal trials dealing with Balkan genocide, 
child soldiers, gender violence, and other war crimes, exploring how 
international law uses criminal justice in the interests of peace. 
Students also visit the historic Peace Palace to learn about the 
settlement of disputes involving sovereign nations, in both the 
International Court of Justice and the Permanent Court of Arbitration.
This six-week program stresses active engagement with judges and 
prosecutors, with human rights specialists and legal experts, and with 
young lawyers visiting The Hague from all parts of the world.   It 
combines field experience with rigorous classroom seminars and practical 
workshops, supervised by Brandeis University faculty in cooperation with 
the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies at Leiden University. 
By the end of the program, students test their progress in a moot court 
exercise, held under the rules of the International Criminal Court.
For the past two years, students completing this program have enriched 
their final semesters of study both academically and personally. Their 
immersion in court cases and justice debates has given them a fresh 
sense of direction within their chosen major, whether it is politics, 
history, economics, sociology, philosophy, gender studies, or area 
studies. Students have also learned about growing career opportunities 
in law, human rights, international development, and field research.
Applicants should bring strong academic skills, lively curiosity, and 
the capacity to engage new points of view in constructive dialogue.
The Office of Study Abroad will review applications up until the closing 
deadline of March 16, 2012.
If you would like to receive our program brochure 
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and poster, we would be pleased to send you hard copies in the mail. Our 
website also houses a great short video about the program.

Public Guardian Program Representative

Local non-profit agency is seeking to fill a full time position providing guardian services for persons with intellectual and physical disabilities and chronic health conditions.
Duties include: 
Assessing and determining eligibility for guardian program; implementing guardian services; maintaining individual and program records.  Must be able to interact and work well with diverse individuals, service providers, collaborating partners and multi-disciplinary panel members. Will need to be available for rotating 24/7 on-call schedule.  Must also be able to make presentations and provide educational information on guardian program services when needed.
The candidate needs to have a minimum of a bachelors degree in gerontology, rehabilitation, nursing, mental health or social work, or have equivalent training and two or more years of relevant work experience within human services or a related field.  Knowledge of Virginia ‘ s guardianship laws and regulations, alternatives to guardianship, and surrogate decision-making preferred.  Should be able to utilize a person-centered, strengths-based approach.  Must have a valid Driver ‘ s License, provide a DMV Driver ‘s Record and have a dependable vehicle.  Also must pass a criminal background check and drug screening.
Submit cover letter and resume by Friday, February 3, 2012.  
> Email to mmitchell@youraaa.org
> Fax to 804-649-2258 
> Mail to: 
> Human Resources
> Senior Connections, The Capital Area Agency on Aging
> 24 East Cary Street
> Richmond, VA 23219-3733

TorinoSA Summer Italian Institute

Torino Study Abroad is excited to announce its Summer Italian Institute,
designed and taught by a team of in-house and visiting professors from the
U.S. including Rita Cavigioli from the University of Missouri-Columbia and
Simona Wright from The College of New Jersey.
The Summer Institute is a 6-week, intensive language experience designed
for intermediate and advanced Italian students. The program is divided into
two 3-week sessions during which students earn up to 12 credits of Italian
Studies, as well as participate in activities created to put students in
touch with the local culture of Torino. Beginning level Italian courses are
also offered in our regular summer program. Full program description at:
http://torinostudyabroad.org/index.php?id=135&id2=141&id_cat=3
Program dates: May 17-June 30, 2012. Price: $6450, includes academic
credits, airport pick-up, housing, orientation, and scheduled activities.
Scholarships available.
We are currently accepting summer applications (available on-line),
deadline April 1.

Etiquette Tip of the Week: Let Them Eat…Lunch

If someone is eating lunch
at his or her desk, do not loom and ask, “What’s for lunch?”  Do not interrupt
the person and try to do business. Give them some
space.
  Respect the lunch. 
It’s a lot like when people are on the phone – do not hover in the door of their
office or cubicle / veal fattening pen.  Unless the building is on fire, do not
interrupt them.

If you are the one eating
lunch, be honest about your lunch time. If you have an hour, that doesn’t mean
go out and shop for an hour, then bring lunch back to your desk and begin to eat
it after your lunch hour is over.

Culture and Manners Institute at http://www.cultureandmanners.com/