Friday, February 14, 2014

New Arts & Sciences positions posted in CareerLink - Week of 2/14/14

Featured Posting

ATCC – Manassas, Virginia
ATCC is an independent, private, nonprofit biological resource center (BRC) and research organization. As a biological resource center ATCC authenticates microorganisms and cell lines and manages logistics of long-term preservation and distribution of cultures for the scientific community. ATCC supports the cultures it acquires and authenticates with expert technical support, intellectual property management and characterization data.
Various Positions
Several positions listed in CareerLink including openings in research, technical writing, sales, administration, management, and other fields.

Healthcare/Health Services

Center for Disability Rights, Inc./Regional Center for Independent Living – Rochester, NY
The Center for Disability Rights (CDR) is a not-for-profit, community-based advocacy and service organization for people with all types of disabilities. Since 1998, CDR has been recognized as an Independent Living Center by the National Council on Independent Living, making CDR part of a national network of Independent Living Centers that provide non-residential and non-medical services. CDR uses a peer model where people with disabilities show other people with disabilities how to live independently and advocate for themselves. The Center for Disability Rights continues to be a unique fusion of advocacy and supportive services.
Manager – Recreation Day Habilitation
The top priority is ensuring the overall welfare and safety of consumers participating in Day Habilitation program. The person in this job also plans and implements specific goals for each consumer and follows through to make sure goals are being adhered to and obtained. The Center for Disability Rights works for the full integration, independence, and civil rights of people with disabilities. It is vitally important to the mission of the organization that all employees understand, accept, and practice the values of the organization in the conduct of their work.

Rochester General Health System – Rochester, NY
Rochester General Health System (RGHS) has provided high quality healthcare services to the Greater Rochester NY area and surrounding regions for more than 150 years. RGHS has a nationally recognized heart program and a nationally accredited cancer center. We offer our patients many of the same leading edge treatment options found at the country's finest medical centers. From surgery to orthopaedics, women's health to emergency care, people all across Western NY turn to us for our experience, compassion and expertise in helping them get back to living their lives.
Manager – Health Information Management Operations
The RGH HIM Manager is responsible for the overall operations of the HIM Department which includes Release of Information, Chart Completion, Document Imaging, Records Storage and Transcription and Birth Recording. The HIM Manager ensures that RGHS and HIM policies, guidelines and performance standards are monitored and updated. The Manager assists the HIM Director with oversight, planning, service level agreements, budgets, workflow processes and internal controls. In the absence of the HIM Supervisor(s), the Manager oversees the daily activities including process and personnel.
Supervisor – Dietitian Registered
Provides supervision for the nutritional care of at risk patients/residents and act as consultant to other health care professionals in determining the best nutritional care options for patients. Supervises team of Dietitians, providing guidance as needed.

Episcopal Senior Life Communities – Rochester, NY

Episcopal SeniorLife Communities provides senior care across a spectrum of services including skilled nursing, rehabilitation services, independent housing, enriched living apartments, hospice, specialized memory care, and patio homes. Our focus on each individual makes us one of the most trusted providers of senior care in the Rochester area.
Food Service Worker
The food service worker is primarily responsible for a variety of kitchen duties.  The food service worker will have the ability to perform duties as a unit cook, unit wait staff, utility worker, bulk service floor server or nourishment person.  The food service worker will perform duties in compliance with established Episcopal SeniorLife policies and procedures and will perform them in a professional manner.

Education

Breakthrough Collaborative - Nationwide
Breakthrough Collaborative has over 30 years of successful experience preparing low-income, motivated middle-schools students from across the country to enter and succeed in college-preparatory high-school programs by recruiting, training and supporting outstanding college and high-school students to teach them.
Teaching Fellow – Undergraduate Teaching Residency
Breakthrough Collaborative brings together passionate undergraduates from all majors to teach our motivated middle-school students. As a Breakthrough Teaching Fellow, you will receive extensive training, continuous support, and the opportunity to lead a classroom. Throughout the summer, you will assume leadership roles and practice persistence, creativity, flexibility, and problem-solving. Under the guidance of experienced educators, you will work alongside other exceptional college students to plan and teach classes, manage a classroom, advise students, lead field trips, and develop as a teacher and leader.

BASIS Educational Group – Brooklyn, NY
BASIS seeks to educate American students at an internationally competitive level. With raised academic expectations, implemented through an accelerated curriculum that pushes students to reach their highest academic potential, BASIS prepares middle and high school students to compete with their peers in countries with highly performing educational systems, such as Finland, Canada, Japan, and Korea. The BASIS educational philosophy, which is quite straightforward, rests on three legs: A rigorous curriculum, student accountability, and knowledgeable and effective teachers.
Teaching Fellow – Undergraduate Teaching Residency
BASIS teachers play a critical role in curriculum development and school culture. BASIS school culture makes high academic achievement and intellectual engagement the norm and allows students to realize their own great academic potential. All new teachers attend a training to learn about the BASIS curriculum and school culture in July prior to reporting for duty at a school site.

The Princeton Review Korea – Seoul, Korea

Our global network and years of experience provide assurance that no other institute in Korea can offer. With our headquarters in Boston, The Princeton Review is a global organization with over 700 locations around the world. As the largest international TPR office in the world, The Princeton Review Korea (TPRK) has distinguished itself as a reliable leader in the Korean education industry. TPRK operates out of two state-of-the-art facilities in the heart of downtown Seoul. TPRK’s prime locations allow for our employees to fully experience all that Seoul has to offer.
Teaching Fellow – Undergraduate Teaching Residency
Have you been looking to experience a new culture and take a break from the daily routine of your current position? Are you currently a graduate student who is interested in spending summer break abroad? Would you like to build off your current experience in a vibrant environment where students are eager to learn what you have to teach them? The Princeton Review Korea is looking for someone like you! TPRK operates out of two state-of-the-art facilities in the heart of downtown Seoul. TPRK’s prime locations allow for our employees to fully experience all that Seoul has to offer.

Research

Hezel Associates – Syracuse, NY
Hezel Associates helps educators and businesses create, manage, and improve their learning initiatives by providing them with the research, evaluation, and strategic services to inform decision-making.
Research Assistant
Hezel Associates (www.hezel.com), a Syracuse‐based research and evaluation firm serving education since 1987, is looking for a Research Assistant. The position involves internet research, data entry, administering phone and web surveys, data analysis, and report writing and editing, among other tasks. Our Research Assistants are part of a team working with clients in state agencies, non‐profit organizations, public and private school districts, education service providers, and public and private universities and colleges.

Sales/Marketing

YMCA of Greater Rochester – Rochester, NY
Anchored throughout our community for nearly 160 years, the YMCA of Greater Rochester is the area's leading non-profit strengthening our community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The Rochester YMCA currently serves over 128,000 men, women and children, regardless of age, income or background, to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve health and well being, and provide opportunities to give back and support our neighbors.
Marketing Manager
Reporting to the Vice President of Marketing, this person partners with Marketing Department team members to co-develop and implement strategic marketing plans on behalf of Association branches and camps. Major activities include but are not limited to brand management/oversight, employee communications, digital marketing, crisis communications, public relations, media buying/planning, community relations, collateral design and print production, and marketing communications. The Marketing Manager will work with Marketing Department team members to use strategic internal and external communications to drive business success while positioning the YMCA of Greater Rochester as a cause-driven organization.

All internships and jobs can be found on our CareerLink web system, accessed online at www.rochester.edu/careercenter



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