Follow all humanresource and operational procedures. Must meet the following requirements for consideration: Willingness and ability to travel on short notice. Fluency in English required. Professional appearance and adherence to a vegan lifestyle.
Knowledge of Program of Records. Applied R&D proposal writing, such as through SBIR’s. Extensive contacts regarding one or more of these topics: civil rights, human trafficking, justice, law enforcement, military, and intelligence technology.
Manage chronic technology issues to resolution engaging and marshalling resources. Required Skills: This is a field-based role. Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Information technology, Organizational Change or a related field preferred.
Managing lab team (3 permanents resources + 1 contractor) Overseeing all release, certification and production support work. Managing hardware and software roadmaps to ensure performance and compliance through lifecycle of solutions. Position Requirements Include:
A non-profit organization for the humane treatment of animals has an open position for a Telecommute Grassroots Coordinator in Chicago. Must be able to: Build and mobilize a network of volunteers to heavily assist with our campaigns. Host events (such as work parties) and activist trainings.
Up to 50% travel annually. Proven experience as a key technical resource leading the development of solutions in client environments. Experience of WebServices, API’s, Database-level integrations/ETL. Windows/Linux Operating System, Virtual machine configuration and connectivity.
At least 10 years of experience in humanresources, finance, administrative, or operations roles. Experience in working in a nonprofit or campaign setting. Demonstrated ability and commitment to working with people from a variety of backgrounds. Strong administrative skills.
Show ability to communicate with both technical and non-technical resources. Develop the most solid and extensible products for our clients. Enjoy being part of a team and will offer feedback. Applicants must meet the following qualifications:
Knowledge of outpatient coding, coding guidelines, official coding resources and disease processes. 97% accuracy in order to meet data quality standards for professional services. AHIMA, RHIA, RHIT, CCS, or CCS-P certification. AAPC, CPC, or COC certification.
Ability to craft comprehensive solutions to challenging problems. Demonstrated understanding of human-centered design and agile software development. Knowledge of government system development and best practices. Proven ability to translate complex problems into tractable items.