Branch Office Administrator – 43037 – Villa Rica, GA

Play an important role in helping others – and yourself – achieve goals

Edward Jones is a privately owned Fortune 500 Company known for building quality, one-to-one relationships with our clients through more than 14,000 Financial Advisors (FA) across the United States and Canada. Our goal is to build our branch office network to 20,000 FAs and we are searching for talented individuals to help us achieve that vision.

Each FA is supported by a Branch Office Administrator who
* Partners with the FA to build deep, trusted client relationships
* Enables the FA to focus on providing tailored, solutions-based advice, and
* Delivers exceptional client service.

Client service

Edward Jones FAs are known for building quality, one-to-one relationships with their clients – and they’re able to maintain those relationships with the help of the BOA. When clients have questions, the FA will often depend on the BOA to provide a timely response.

Client development

An effective marketing communications program is only as strong as the person who implements it on a daily basis. At the FA’s direction, the BOA updates prospect and client data records, executes direct mail programs, assists with planning seminars, and makes follow-up phone calls to set or confirm appointments. The BOA also helps the FA deepen existing client relationships by recognizing opportunities during day-to-day client interactions, proactively preparing a variety of reports for scheduled appointments, and scheduling systematic contact activities.

Region and firm assistance

To improve region performance and support our growing firm, we have established a number of regional support programs for all BOAs. While not required, experienced BOAs often volunteer for a program such as mentoring, BOA meeting planning or presentations. They help with an occasional branch visit, workshop or special project.

Certain BOAs will also have the opportunity to play a larger role in their region if their FA holds one of the key leadership positions. This generally involves scheduling meetings, communicating with other branches and compiling reports. Many branches also host a FA trainee for several weeks. In this case, the BOA can be called upon to help the new FAs become familiar with processing systems and office record keeping.

Office administration

This position is ideal for a well-organized person who enjoys multi-tasking and working with both technology and people. Daily office administration duties include assisting the FA in creating and meeting business plans, overseeing appointment setting and schedules, and processing deposits and transactions.

Investing in You

Working at Edward Jones offers many rewards, and our commitment to sharing the firm’s success with those who create it makes our total return different from that of other firms.
We recognize individual efforts through a competitive reward program and a unique culture that promotes a long-term career, contributes to your financial security, and encourages your and your family’s well-being.

This multi-faceted role is part client service, part client development, and part office management and administration: The branch office administrator (BOA) position requires that you possess the following core competencies:
* Exceptional client service abilities
* Critical thinking capabilities
* Strong initiative, with the ability to stay focused and proactive while working independently
* Effective written and verbal communication skills
* A focus on detail and accuracy
* The aptitude to learn and understand the financial services industry

Reklamy

Branch Office Administrator – 76612 – Barre, VT

Play an important role in helping others – and yourself – achieve goals

Edward Jones is a privately owned Fortune 500 Company known for building quality, one-to-one relationships with our clients through more than 14,000 Financial Advisors (FA) across the United States and Canada. Our goal is to build our branch office network to 20,000 FAs and we are searching for talented individuals to help us achieve that vision.

Each FA is supported by a Branch Office Administrator who
* Partners with the FA to build deep, trusted client relationships
* Enables the FA to focus on providing tailored, solutions-based advice, and
* Delivers exceptional client service.

Client service

Edward Jones FAs are known for building quality, one-to-one relationships with their clients – and they’re able to maintain those relationships with the help of the BOA. When clients have questions, the FA will often depend on the BOA to provide a timely response.

Client development

An effective marketing communications program is only as strong as the person who implements it on a daily basis. At the FA’s direction, the BOA updates prospect and client data records, executes direct mail programs, assists with planning seminars, and makes follow-up phone calls to set or confirm appointments. The BOA also helps the FA deepen existing client relationships by recognizing opportunities during day-to-day client interactions, proactively preparing a variety of reports for scheduled appointments, and scheduling systematic contact activities.

Region and firm assistance

To improve region performance and support our growing firm, we have established a number of regional support programs for all BOAs. While not required, experienced BOAs often volunteer for a program such as mentoring, BOA meeting planning or presentations. They help with an occasional branch visit, workshop or special project.

Certain BOAs will also have the opportunity to play a larger role in their region if their FA holds one of the key leadership positions. This generally involves scheduling meetings, communicating with other branches and compiling reports. Many branches also host a FA trainee for several weeks. In this case, the BOA can be called upon to help the new FAs become familiar with processing systems and office record keeping.

Office administration

This position is ideal for a well-organized person who enjoys multi-tasking and working with both technology and people. Daily office administration duties include assisting the FA in creating and meeting business plans, overseeing appointment setting and schedules, and processing deposits and transactions.

Investing in You

Working at Edward Jones offers many rewards, and our commitment to sharing the firm’s success with those who create it makes our total return different from that of other firms.
We recognize individual efforts through a competitive reward program and a unique culture that promotes a long-term career, contributes to your financial security, and encourages your and your family’s well-being.

This multi-faceted role is part client service, part client development, and part office management and administration: The branch office administrator (BOA) position requires that you possess the following core competencies:
* Exceptional client service abilities
* Critical thinking capabilities
* Strong initiative, with the ability to stay focused and proactive while working independently
* Effective written and verbal communication skills
* A focus on detail and accuracy
* The aptitude to learn and understand the financial services industry

Branch Office Administrator – 56646 – Boulder, CO

Play an important role in helping others – and yourself – achieve goals

Edward Jones is a privately owned Fortune 500 Company known for building quality, one-to-one relationships with our clients through more than 14,000 Financial Advisors (FA) across the United States and Canada. Our goal is to build our branch office network to 20,000 FAs and we are searching for talented individuals to help us achieve that vision.

Each FA is supported by a Branch Office Administrator who
* Partners with the FA to build deep, trusted client relationships
* Enables the FA to focus on providing tailored, solutions-based advice, and
* Delivers exceptional client service.

Client service

Edward Jones FAs are known for building quality, one-to-one relationships with their clients – and they’re able to maintain those relationships with the help of the BOA. When clients have questions, the FA will often depend on the BOA to provide a timely response.

Client development

An effective marketing communications program is only as strong as the person who implements it on a daily basis. At the FA’s direction, the BOA updates prospect and client data records, executes direct mail programs, assists with planning seminars, and makes follow-up phone calls to set or confirm appointments. The BOA also helps the FA deepen existing client relationships by recognizing opportunities during day-to-day client interactions, proactively preparing a variety of reports for scheduled appointments, and scheduling systematic contact activities.

Region and firm assistance

To improve region performance and support our growing firm, we have established a number of regional support programs for all BOAs. While not required, experienced BOAs often volunteer for a program such as mentoring, BOA meeting planning or presentations. They help with an occasional branch visit, workshop or special project.

Certain BOAs will also have the opportunity to play a larger role in their region if their FA holds one of the key leadership positions. This generally involves scheduling meetings, communicating with other branches and compiling reports. Many branches also host a FA trainee for several weeks. In this case, the BOA can be called upon to help the new FAs become familiar with processing systems and office record keeping.

Office administration

This position is ideal for a well-organized person who enjoys multi-tasking and working with both technology and people. Daily office administration duties include assisting the FA in creating and meeting business plans, overseeing appointment setting and schedules, and processing deposits and transactions.

Investing in You

Working at Edward Jones offers many rewards, and our commitment to sharing the firm’s success with those who create it makes our total return different from that of other firms.
We recognize individual efforts through a competitive reward program and a unique culture that promotes a long-term career, contributes to your financial security, and encourages your and your family’s well-being.

This multi-faceted role is part client service, part client development, and part office management and administration: The branch office administrator (BOA) position requires that you possess the following core competencies:
* Exceptional client service abilities
* Critical thinking capabilities
* Strong initiative, with the ability to stay focused and proactive while working independently
* Effective written and verbal communication skills
* A focus on detail and accuracy
* The aptitude to learn and understand the financial services industry

Branch Office Administrator – 29789 – El Segundo, CA

Are you an organized individual capable of self-managing your time?
Does it excite you to provide a high level of service in a team environment?
Would others describe you as someone with strong communication skills both verbal and written with an ability to build strong relationships?
If so, continue reading about how you can play an important role in helping clients and the success of your branch team.

Our Branch Office Administrators (BOA) play an important role in serving our clients and successfully operating our branch offices in partnership with Financial Advisors.
BOAs work independently to organize and manage a wide range of administrative and client support activities.
Successful BOAs possess strong written and verbal communication skills, build strong relationships with their clients and are motivated by the opportunity to make a difference in our clients’ lives.

Job Summary

The BOA plays a critical administrative role in the branch and supports our commitment to an ideal client experience. The BOA and the financial advisor work together as a team to create new clients, serve existing clients, and run an efficient branch office. A BOA’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following.
* Prepare reports and materials for
client appointments
* Update prospective client and client data records
* Proactively contact clients to set or confirm appointments and offer appropriate services
* Contact existing clients to invite them to a face to face meeting
with the financial advisor to review their financial goals
* Plan and prepare
marketing materials and events with the financial advisor
* Organize and maintain the financial advisor’s schedule
* Learn and implement new tools and systems that manage client contacts and increase branch efficiency.

Highly qualified candidates will have experience demonstrating the following skills and abilities:

* Exceptional client service focus
* Efficient organization, planning and time management skills
* Self-directed initiative
* Effective verbal and written communication
* Ability to learn new tools and systems
* Flexibility to adjust to evolving client and branch needs

Facility Administrator

U.S. Renal Care is currently looking for a Facility Administrator. The Administrator is responsible for the successful day to day operation of the center.

Responsibilities:

* Assure that the center is in compliance with and has knowledge of all applicable Federal, State, and local laws and regulations and receives continuing certification from all statutory and regulatory agencies.
* Plan/coordinate patient scheduling to assure timely acceptance of patients and effective staffing levels. and approve effective and efficient staffing to meet the needs of patients, while meeting regulations.
* Assure that appropriate staff meetings, in-service education meetings, and team patient care planning meetings are held monthly. Leads and assures that Quality Assurance Program is current at all times.
Ensure governing body is compliant and up to date.
* Promote quality management program through education and involvement of staff and patients in outcomes as well as overall responsibility to achieve corporate goals for quality.
* Maintain effective personnel management and employee relations, including evaluating the performance of all personnel; approving payroll and counseling and disciplining employees.
* Maintain collaborative working relationship with Medical Director and physicians.
* Continuously monitor to ensure that a safe and sanitary physical environment is maintained throughout the facility; that all equipment is maintained and functioning. properly; and that adequate and appropriate inventory levels of all supplies are available and used correctly.
* Assume all Charge Nurse responsibilities in facilities which do not staff these positions.

Requirements:

* Current licensure as an R.N. in the applicable state.
* Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.
BSN preferred.
* Confirmation of the ability to distinguish all primary colors.
* 12 months experience in clinical nursing and an additional 6 months experience in providing nursing care to patients on maintenance dialysis. Certain state specific regulations may apply.
* 1 year previous dialysis management experience preferred.

U.S. Renal Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Part Time Branch Office Administrator – 26673 – Owatonna, MN

Play an important role in helping others – and yourself – achieve goals

Edward Jones is a privately owned Fortune 500 Company known for building quality, one-to-one relationships with our clients through more than 14,000 Financial Advisors (FA) across the United States and Canada. Our goal is to build our branch office network to 20,000 FAs and we are searching for talented individuals to help us achieve that vision.

Each FA is supported by a Branch Office Administrator who
* Partners with the FA to build deep, trusted client relationships
* Enables the FA to focus on providing tailored, solutions-based advice, and
* Delivers exceptional client service.

Client service

Edward Jones FAs are known for building quality, one-to-one relationships with their clients – and they’re able to maintain those relationships with the help of the BOA. When clients have questions, the FA will often depend on the BOA to provide a timely response.

Client development

An effective marketing communications program is only as strong as the person who implements it on a daily basis. At the FA’s direction, the BOA updates prospect and client data records, executes direct mail programs, assists with planning seminars, and makes follow-up phone calls to set or confirm appointments. The BOA also helps the FA deepen existing client relationships by recognizing opportunities during day-to-day client interactions, proactively preparing a variety of reports for scheduled appointments, and scheduling systematic contact activities.

Region and firm assistance

To improve region performance and support our growing firm, we have established a number of regional support programs for all BOAs. While not required, experienced BOAs often volunteer for a program such as mentoring, BOA meeting planning or presentations. They help with an occasional branch visit, workshop or special project.

Certain BOAs will also have the opportunity to play a larger role in their region if their FA holds one of the key leadership positions. This generally involves scheduling meetings, communicating with other branches and compiling reports. Many branches also host a FA trainee for several weeks. In this case, the BOA can be called upon to help the new FAs become familiar with processing systems and office record keeping.

Office administration

This position is ideal for a well-organized person who enjoys multi-tasking and working with both technology and people. Daily office administration duties include assisting the FA in creating and meeting business plans, overseeing appointment setting and schedules, and processing deposits and transactions.

Investing in You

Working at Edward Jones offers many rewards, and our commitment to sharing the firm’s success with those who create it makes our total return different from that of other firms.
We recognize individual efforts through a competitive reward program and a unique culture that promotes a long-term career, contributes to your financial security, and encourages your and your family’s well-being.

This multi-faceted role is part client service, part client development, and part office management and administration: The branch office administrator (BOA) position requires that you possess the following core competencies:
* Exceptional client service abilities
* Critical thinking capabilities
* Strong initiative, with the ability to stay focused and proactive while working independently
* Effective written and verbal communication skills
* A focus on detail and accuracy
* The aptitude to learn and understand the financial services industry

Office Administrator

Getting students to school safely, on time and ready to learn.

Durham School Services has almost a century of experience in providing safe and reliable transportation to student across the US. Durham is also part of a much larger family along with Petermann, Stock Transportation, Septran, The Provider, TransExpress, Safeway and Smith Bus, who come together as National Express LLC (NELLC). NELLC is one of the leading transportation companies in North America, operating 250 branches and employing 30,000 individuals. As a leader in student transportation, National Express, LLC (NELLC) is committed to exceptional safety, outstanding customer service and positive employee relations. We are currently seeking an Office Administrator for our Customer Service Center (CSC) in Waterbury, CT.

Responsibilities:
* Effectively facilitating and managing the flow of information within the CSC
* Entering data from time sheets on a daily basis
* Performing daily audits and entering corrections
* Entering employee and billing information into various computer systems/applications
* Completing Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and Payroll Tasks
* Generating reports as needed
* Encouraging compliance with company policies and procedures
* Maintaining accurate, orderly and up to date filing systems for all administrative records
* Maintaining security of all files and records
* Performing various administrative tasks

Company name is: Durham School Services
* High School graduate or equivalent
* Excellent computer skills with knowledge of Word, Excel, and Outlook; and knowledge of basic office equipment
* Demonstrated ten-key and data entry skills; with ability to maintain accuracy and speed
* Basic clerical and math skills
* Excellent oral and written communication skills with excellent interpersonal skills
* Computer literacy, preferably in word processing and spreadsheets,
* Excellent oral communication skills to respond and present professionally to callers and visitors.
* Prioritization, organization, coordination and time management skills to develop and maintain manual and computerized filing systems, coordinate and prioritize multiple tasks to meet deadlines and apply protocols to coordinate flow of materials and correspondence in the Department.
* Demonstrated ability to effectively and diplomatically handle a wide range of demanding inquiries from a variety of internal and external sources.

Durham School Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

For more information please visit http://www.durhamschoolservices.com or http://www.nellc.com .

Key Words : Receptionist, Office Clerk, Office Coordinator, Office Assistant, Administrative Assistant, Transportation Clerk, Transportation Coordinator, Payroll Clerk, Payroll Coordinator, Payroll Assistant, Billi ng Clerk, DOT Records Clerk

Company name is: Durham School Services

Senior Systems Administrator

Synaptek Corporation, a Fast 50 technology company in the Washington DC area that offers technology solutions to federal, state and local government agencies. We offer our full-time employees a competitive benefits package to include health, dental, vision, 401K, life insurance, short-term and long-term disability plans, vacation time and holidays. Visit us at http://www.Synaptekcorp.com
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Description:
We are seeking a Senior Systems Administrator to join our NRC’s Global Infrastructure and Development Acquisition (GLINDA) program in Rockville, Maryland.
The selected candidate will bring ITSM System Development and Systems Administration skills, including experience developing, integrating and administering a Remedy or ServiceNow ITSM solution in a cloud-based environment. Other duties and responsibilities include:
Provide design, automation, enhancements, upgrades, implementation, and maintenance support to an ITIL-based contractor-provided and supported Remedy Service Management System, Service Now, and IT Service Catalog System to include CMDB.
Support efforts in collaboration with other agency stakeholders to identify and work with the Agency to develop an application catalog that can be supported under their existing Remedy platform.
Familiarization with NRC processes and procedures and the use of workflows to customize.
Experienced in Service Level Agreement (SLA) as applied to the toolset in order to understand and identify dependencies (example: infrastructure).
Consult with the Chief Engineer, business process owners and constituents to develop and analyze requirements.
Collaborate with members of project teams to ensure successful, technically sound projects which are completed on time and on budget.
Design and implement form scripts, business rules, workflows, and otherwise configure or modify applications to meet ESA-IV area business requirements.
Track, prioritize, and implement enhancement requests and defect corrections, while leveraging formal Change Management processes.
Collaborate with internal colleagues to design and implement data feedsinterfaces with other systems, including databases, monitoring tools, LDAP, etc.
Coordinate and perform application upgrades in partnership with vendors and internal colleagues.
Provide application testing for applications.
Create and maintain system design documentation.
Develop, maintain, and execute reports to ensure system operation meets performance targets.
Develop and maintain procedural documents relating to the management of the platform.
Provide advanced application support to internal team members.
Provide training and knowledge transfer to other employees as necessary.
Assist in IT process implementation and support as necessary.
Providing on call support on a periodic basis as required.
Up to 10% travel.

This position is not eligible for telework.

This position requires successful completion of a NRC Public Trust security investigation.

Qualifications:
Two or more years administering and developing on either the Remedy or ServiceNow platform
Experience creating, updating, and interpreting JavaScript functions and scripts
Knowledge of Remedy and/or ServiceNow database hierarchies and design
Experience with detailed components of either Remedy (AR Servers, for example) and/or ServiceNow
Experience creating forms and screen updates in either Remedy and/or ServiceNow
Background in providing solutions for computer-related and end-user IT-issues, resolution, training and support as required.
ITIL Program Experience Foundation or better
Experience with ITSM toolsets (Remedy/ServiceNow/ServiceCatalog/CMDB) and transition projects from Remedy to ServiceNow
Experience with IT Service Delivery to a Federal Government Agency
Remedy Certification
ServiceNow System Administrator Certification
Strong Written and Verbal Communication Skills.

Education Requirements: Bachelors degree from an accredited college in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education, with 14 years or more of professional experience; or 12 years of professional experience with a related Masters degree.