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40037 Imelda Place
Dallas
TX
+1 (555) 384 6793
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Experience Experience
11/2016 present
Philadelphia, PA
Fdc Director of Medical Services Central Office
Philadelphia, PA
Fdc Director of Medical Services Central Office
11/2016 present
Philadelphia, PA
Fdc Director of Medical Services Central Office
11/2016 present
  • Provides oversight for the statewide Utilization Management Program and Quality Management Programs
  • Assist in planning, developing, and coordinating the implementation of all clinical services for inmates
  • Works with Correctional Medical Authority to ensure Quality Management Program is compliant with Section 945.6032, F.S.
  • Provides clinical supervision of assigned staff and reviews/rates performance standards
  • Assists in overall efforts in providing a comprehensive health care program for the department
  • Serves as voting member of the Reception and Medical Center Governing Body and the Department’s Clinical Quality Management Pharmacy Services Workgroup
  • Assists with legal issues involving patient care and inquiries from family members and other interested parties
12/2009 05/2016
San Francisco, CA
Fdc Purchasing Analyst Central Office
San Francisco, CA
Fdc Purchasing Analyst Central Office
12/2009 05/2016
San Francisco, CA
Fdc Purchasing Analyst Central Office
12/2009 05/2016
  • Process work squad contracts, work squad amendments, and work squad agreements for various agencies throughout the state
  • Assists management staff by bringing unusual problems to their attention
  • Knowledge of contract management and monitoring best practices
  • Directs and coordinates workers' activities involving competitive solicitations and procurement of goods and services
  • Arbitrates claims and resolves complaints generated during performance of contract or purchase order
  • Assists Department staff by answering routine questions and concerns about contracts
  • Assists with the review of contract documents, as necessary, and represents the Department to agencies and vendors
12/2003 07/2009
San Francisco, CA
Central Office Tech
San Francisco, CA
Central Office Tech
12/2003 07/2009
San Francisco, CA
Central Office Tech
12/2003 07/2009
  • Keep work team and managers informed of status on work tasks, projects, and problems or obstacles
  • Keeps work team and managers informed of status on work tasks, projects, and problems or obstacles
  • Off shift work occasionally to perform work during the maintenance window
  • Assist in trouble isolation of IOF and Customer network problems
  • Respond to emergency service affecting situations.Assist in trouble isolation of network an subscriber loop problems
  • Assist other technical personnel in their performance of duties
  • Perform service orders, trouble resolutions, provisioning and work order routines
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Professional Development
Bachelor’s Degree in Professional Development
Hofstra University
Bachelor’s Degree in Professional Development
Skills Skills
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills yet keen eye for detail and process
  • Strong Project Planning and tracking & resolution of Risks/Issues experience
  • A strong understanding/appreciation of software development/delivery/architecture
  • Strong Time Management and prioritization skills
  • Excellent and proven understanding of technology delivery within a financial F2B environment
  • Experience of managing global business change/ business transformation programmes in Capital Markets/Investment Banking
  • Experience of working and influencing within a matrix organisation
  • A team player
  • Has typically worked on a range of projects and programmes with different complexities, technologies, lengths and client relationships
  • Effective leadership, interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written
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Central Office Resume Examples & Samples

  • 5 - 10 years experience in a programme management/ project management role within Technology/Markets Banking Sector
  • A strong understanding/appreciation of software development/delivery/architecture
  • Experience of managing global business change/ business transformation programmes in Capital Markets/Investment Banking
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills yet keen eye for detail and process
  • Strong Project Planning and tracking & resolution of Risks/Issues experience
  • Excellent and proven understanding of technology delivery within a financial F2B environment
  • Experience of working and influencing within a matrix organisation
  • Has typically worked on a range of projects and programmes with different complexities, technologies, lengths and client relationships
  • Effective leadership, interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Strong Time Management and prioritization skills
  • Educated to Degree/Masters level, preferably an undergraduate degree in an IT related field
  • Applicants with a background in software development/engineering would be preferable
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Central Office Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Lead and support a team of CEP technical employees
  • Ensure technicians have the required skills to succeed with both leading edge and legacy technologies
  • Deliver on a variety of service indicators and productivity metrics as we have committed to for our customers
  • Instill a sense of urgency in team to meet customer escalations and resolve problems within a timely manner
  • Provide Health & Safety management to ensure all employees are performing their daily activities in a safe and efficient manner
  • Manage workload, central office projects and daily functions to deliver financial success for the district
  • Proactively partner with Labour Relations and the CEP union to positively resolve situations
  • Develop and maintain an organizational partnership mindset
  • Strong knowledge of central office switching
  • Strong leadership skills and experience in people management
  • Establish & maintain effective relationships with cross-functional product teams, colleagues and process teams
  • Ability to thrive in ambiguous situations, requiring minimal direction or instruction
  • Strong project management and proven execution skills
  • Ability to work with incomplete or inconsistent data
  • Strong sense of initiative and ability to prioritize
  • Understanding of business needs/input, customer focus
  • Ability to adapt and work in a fast paced environment
  • Results orientation with proven ability to deliver simply and effectively, even in complex situations
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, presentation and writing skills, including the ability to prepare quality presentations with minimal guidance and effectively present and influence at senior levels of the organization
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Central Office Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide administrative support functions to Central Office and school staff, including but not limited to reception duties, mail distribution, intake and deposit of funds, procurement, and equipment and facility maintenance
  • Maintain a welcoming, clean, and organized Central Office space
  • Coordinate regionwide processes involving multiple, high level, internal and external stakeholders, including, but not limited to, existing processes such as field lesson requests, van usage requests, copier usage and tracking, as well as the opportunity to develop and implement new processes
  • Plan and execute site and regional events and meetings; managing staffing, presentation standards, code compliance, and amenities
  • Improve and maintain Central Office team culture by coordinating monthly lunches and logistics for professional development
  • Build and manage relationships with new and existing vendors
  • Manage centralized information, working through others to ensure that all information is accurate at all times
  • Manage special projects at the request of the Executive and Director team
  • Do whatever it takes to ensure seamless Central Office and applicable regional operations in support of KIPP Delta’s mission, including, but not limited to, fielding communications and resolving issues after hours as necessary
  • Experience working with children in a school, camp, or child-care setting preferred, but not required
  • Excellent project management and organizational skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced, high-energy environment with a proven ability to meet and complete multiple deadlines and tasks
  • Results-oriented, hands-on team player who is dedicated to getting the job done
  • The ability to receive and act upon adjusting feedback
  • Unwavering belief in and passion for the mission of KIPP Delta Public Schools
  • Comfort with a broad range of technology hardware and software, or the willingness to grow in this area
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Central Office Coordinator, Bsas Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinates the operation of the Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (BSAS) central office. Provide technical assistance and counsel to Bureau personnel and others concerning Department of Public Health (DPH) programs, exchange information, and resolve programs to ensure compliance with established State and Federal policies, procedures and standards
  • Act as a liaison with EHS HR and direct Bureau employees to appropriate contact at DPH and/or EHS Human Resources
  • Assist hiring managers within BSAS by preparing requisitions in the MassCareers (Taleo) system and providing support and guidance throughout the hiring process
  • Attend monthly Personnel Liason meeting/conference call and required trainings
  • Ensure positive onboarding experience for new hires by providing assistance with office, computer, and phone setup; sharing Bureau specific procedures and information; providing overview of DPH and BSAS organizational structure
  • Assist employees who are retiring or resigning by collecting equipment, badges, notifying IT and HR
  • Performs related duties such as attending BSAS provider/consumer meetings and conferences; maintaining personnel records; and preparing staff reports
  • Ensure compliance with evaluation process by tracking EPRS documents and submitting to HR
  • Work with the Director of Training and Staff Development and assist with training compliance by sending reminders to staff and updates to managers/supervisors
  • Post and communicate internal job postings, training opportunities and required HR notices
  • Prepares, edits, tracks, and submits for approval all BSAS staff out of state travel documents. This includes all Travel Authorization Forms (TAF) created using established DPH protocols and procedures. Log all TAF forms on the PTS tracking system and ensuring appropriate approvals from the Budget and Commissioner’s Office. File all completed and signed TAF forms in central filing system
  • Confers with management, staff and other agency personnel to determine BSAS administrative needs and availability of resources. Make recommendations to management to improve workflow and administrative procedures
  • Responds to inquiries from the Bureau Director, Senior Bureau staff and the public related to substance abuse treatment and prevention efforts
  • Manages the orientation and training of administrative support staff in the areas of personnel, payroll, travel, securing state vehicles, and inventory control
  • Coordinate all BSAS new employees Bureau orientation
  • Provides technical assistance and training to Bureau staff
  • Oversees and monitors activities of three administrative staff and coordinates administrative functions to ensure effective operations. Evaluates unit activities to determine quality and effectiveness
  • Supervises administrative support staff through monthly meetings and through the creation of staff development tools
  • Provides technical assistance to provider and other community-based agencies as required
  • Manages all physical aspects of the office such as files cabinets, telephones, computers, etc
  • Manages the allocation and purchasing of office supplies, technical equipment and temporary administrative services
  • Develops and maintains database information. Prepares reports for management use in analyzing programmatic data
  • Coordinate all freedom of information and record keeping requests in conformity with State and Federal requirements
  • Develops, promotes and maintains effective means of communication between staff
  • Provides administrative support to Regional Staff and other BSAS staff. Assists management team in preparation of reports, meetings and presentations
  • Provides on-the-job training and orientation, especially with regard to computer hardware and software applications
  • Reviews reports, memoranda, etc. for completeness, accuracy and content
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Scheduler Central Office Noco Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinates case times for elective, urgent or emergent surgeries and/or procedures in a computerized scheduling system. Verifies and reviews physician privilege status prior to scheduling. Interfaces with medical staff office to maintain log of current privilege status and maintains confidentially of all information. May acquire and maintain physician preference information and staff roster
  • Receives physician orders and seeks clarification, if necessary. Verifies insurance authorization numbers, history and physicals, results of laboratory tests and verifies that they are current. Orders previous medical records for the day of procedures when necessary
  • Types and prints physician orders for multiple physicians and departments. Schedules and maintains physician block time, and block time releases. Resolves scheduling conflicts as needed in coordination with the department, and or physician offices. Documents all information regarding patient re-schedules and cancellations
  • Solicits, labels, stores and manages scanned documents and orders received from physician office in the document imaging software system. Ensures that appropriate documents have been received prior to appointments and ensures that orders are compliant
  • Provides patients and physician office with information pre and post-test instructions and directions, location directions and answers to procedural questions. Refers questions to medical office as appropriate
  • Acts as a liaison among nursing units, physician and staff to relay patient data. Screens requests for patient information and refers to appropriate staff. Distributes educational materials to patients and families when necessary. Responds to diverse questions or refers to appropriate clinical staff
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Laborer, Central Office Resume Examples & Samples

  • Operate material handling equipment such as fork lifts and motorized pallet jacks throughout the day
  • Load and unload food supplies from trucks by physically lifting items or operating a motorized pallet jack or forklift
  • Move heavy food items to and from refrigerator and freezer storerooms
  • Assist truck drivers in picking up and delivering food items and other supplies
  • Assist in the receiving and shipping of various food items and other supplies
  • Sweep, rake, shovel, mow, and remove debris, leaves, branches, snow, ice, trash, etc. from Cook Chill premises as needed
  • Provide assistance to Cook Chill maintenance staff with routine activities as needed
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Office Assistant, Central Office Resume Examples & Samples

  • Data entry, data management, maintenance of files
  • Scheduling meetings/appointments
  • Providing information on the activities of the Unit to various stakeholders
  • Assist with coordination of travel arrangements and processing of appropriate vouchers
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Central Office Tech Resume Examples & Samples

  • Comprehend and relate complex circuit descriptions of both analog and digital fields
  • Assist in trouble isolation of IOF and Customer network problems
  • Assist other technical personnel in their performance of duties
  • Relate with customers and employees, and other department personnel for the purpose of resolving technical problems
  • Respond to emergency service-affecting situations
  • Clean, scope and run fiber jumpers per standards
  • Maintain and correct records in all related databases
  • Operate and maintain computer systems and support devices
  • Perform maintenance routines
  • Repair, make and run COAX cable per standards
  • Reviews and interprets work orders, wiring lists, wiring diagrams, and equipment drawings SCID, NCI codes and follows standard practices in the performance of job duties
  • Updates work and maintains logs through WFA
  • Assume all other duties as assigned
  • Ability to perceive differences in telecom wire, coax and fiber
  • Ability to work aloft (e.g. ladder)
  • Working knowledge of hand and power tools
  • Possess strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Ability to multi task under pressure in an ever changing environment
  • Ability to work varying shifts and hours including possible mandatory overtime, weekends and holidays
  • Requires travel between Central Office and Customer locations
  • Keeps work team and managers informed of status on work tasks, projects, and problems or obstacles
  • Ability to travel between Central Office locations and out of town on overnight stays when required for work and training
  • Must possess good attendance, work, and safety record
  • Work from oral or written instructions with the ability to plan work without direct supervision
  • Basic knowledge of SONET/DWDM equipment and services (e.g. DCS and optical multiplexors)
  • Preferred at least six (6) months experience within the last five (5) years provisioning and maintaining, DSL, ISDN, DSO, DS1/T1, DS3/T3, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, 1 TO 10GIG Ethernet services
  • Preferred five (5) years diagnosing circuit trouble, and performing routine testing
  • Responsible for the provisioning and maintenance of Central Office and customer premise fiber equipment such as Adtran, Alcatel/Lucent, Ciena, Cisco, Fujitsu, Infinera, Nortel, Coriant/Tellabs, NEC, Rockwell, DACS, Titan
  • Working knowledge EXFO, JDSU, Acterna, Tberd, Volt-Ohm meter, power meter, light source, SONET, OTDR and fiber characterization test sets
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Office Assistant, Central Office Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide support in the processing of license renewals, inspection reports, and related correspondence for mental health programs
  • Scan documents as necessary
  • Assist with preparing materials for conferences and trainings
  • Answer telephones and refer calls to appropriate staff members
  • Prepare correspondence, reports and other documents utilizing software such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Visio
  • Schedule meetings and keep Bureau calendar
  • Maintain inventory of office supplies and arrange for office equipment maintenance and service
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Central Office Tech Resume Examples & Samples

  • Performing and verifying generic upgrades, system reconfigurations, hardware changes and system relocations.Assigning cable pairs and installing interfaces to ports, and associated computer equipment
  • Performing tests, analyzing data and interpreting manuals and wiring diagrams to locate and clear trouble conditions in switching equipment, computer systems, data networks and associated peripherals
  • Performing coordination and testing functions associated with the services provisioning activities. Gathering information required for projects or assignments
  • Use a variety of test equipment to isolate, identify and analyze equipment trouble and take appropriate maintenance action
  • Maintaining accurate and complete records. Preparing and updating logs, records and files regularly
  • Working with field technicians that utilize complex testing devices such as OTDR , transmission measuring sets, etc., while trouble shooting and installing services
  • Respond to emergency service affecting situations.Assist in trouble isolation of network an subscriber loop problems
  • Observe all safety rules and regulations
  • Participate consistently in YouCan sales program
  • May be required to perform additional duties and tasks as required by the Company
  • Ability to complete work in a timely manner to keep customer service commitment times
  • Work inside an open office environment at a computer terminal for extended periods of time
  • Contacting customers, external and/or internal may be required
  • Ability to work in temperature extremes ranging from -30 degrees to +100 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Off shift work occasionally to perform work during the maintenance window
  • Ability to achieve required certifications and to successfully complete and required training or coursework
  • Must have working knowledge of PC’s including, basic computer operational skills in MS Word, Excel, Outlook, WFA, TIRKS and FOMS databases
  • Alcatel/Lucent E5SS and DMS 10/100 experience desirable
  • Formal technical training on central office, transmission and/or peripheral equipment
  • Extensive Tellabs 7100/TA5000/TA3000 and Calix C7/E7+ Test, Turn-up and maintenance experience
  • Experience performing turn-up and testing Cisco 7609/ASR switches utilizing the Cisco IOS
  • Working knowledge of GPON and IPTV technologies
  • SONET transport experience desirable
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R&D Central Office Manager / Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinates the R&D leadership team and supports the Head of R&D in driving an aligned and effective leadership team
  • Supports Head of R&D in internal and external meetings, including planning with critical constituents and to ensure clarity of scope and objectives
  • Responsible for knowledge sharing between and across R&D functions and between functional leadership with the RDLT & Head of R&D
  • Liaise with R&D Communications on the compilation and/or creation of appropriate briefing and communications materials and coordination of R&D events
  • Ensures that requests for action and information are furnished in a timely, coordinated manner; effectively handle correspondence and communications involving both routine and complex matters
  • Manages and tracks commitments made by the Head of R&D and executes follow-up activities as appropriate and ensures Leadership Team and staff implementation
  • Manages travel itineraries for the Head of R&D to ensure all opportunities to advance the strategic, scientific, and portfolio priorities are realized; including providing in person travel assistance
  • Direct or matrix management responsibility for the R&D Administrative professionals
  • Create a single system for managing administrative support for the R&D organization including support for cross functional governance meetings
  • Supports the development of a scientifically focused site culture through the implementation and coordination of new initiatives
  • Provides information and analysis regarding costs of running the R&D Central Office, and is responsible for supporting cost-effective management
  • Along with R&D leadership team, identifies and plans for the changing needs of the organization, shares responsibility with the appropriate department heads in long-term planning, including initiatives geared toward operational excellence
  • Project management experience or strong operational skills
  • Minimum 5 -7 years R&D industry experience and at least 2 years management experience
  • Strong R&D experience required and an understanding of the drug development process
  • Strong ability to influence and lead without authority across a highly complex matrix organization
  • Strong communication skills and ability to cultivate a strong internal network
  • Impeccable integrity and trust
  • Strong self-starter
  • Proven managerial courage
  • Ability to learn on the fly and quickly identify what’s important and what’s not
  • Ability to synthesize and analyze complex and at times disparate information
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Central Office Tech Resume Examples & Samples

  • At least six (6) months experience within the last five (5) years diagnosing circuit trouble, and performing routine testing, including measuring AC/DC current using volt ohm meters, TMS, or comparable test equipment
  • At least six (6) months experience within the last five (5) years provisioning and maintaining DSO, DS1/T1, DS3/T3, DSL and ISDN circuits or services
  • Must be proficient in DMS100 or 5ESS Switch maintenance and provisioning
  • Need to be proficient in IOF work including MUXES up to and including fiber Muxes
  • Working knowledge of Sonnet/DWDM equipment and services (e.g. DCS and optical muxes)
  • May require travel between Central Office locations
  • Requires a valid state drivers’ license with current satisfactory driving record
  • Ability to multi task under pressure in an ever changing environment. T
  • This position requires carrying a pager device at least one week a month for outages
  • Experience working with Central Office Power plants or training is preferred
  • Experience working in teams or alone problem solving, diagnosing, and repairing maintenance conditions in Central Office equipment
  • Ability to diagnose circuit trouble, and perform routine testing, including measuring current (and loss), balance, power influence, and noise levels
  • Experience meeting work deadlines
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Supervising Budgeting Analyst, Central Office Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage all budget development activities for certain non-residential programs such as preparing base level budget estimates for the budget request, analyzing policy changes and savings proposals for the Executive Budget, and developing fiscal estimates for legislation or program initiatives
  • Manage special projects related to savings associated with the State's Financial Plan (e.g. DSH-P and SSBG)
  • Manage all budget implementation and spending plan activities for certain non-residential programs including spending plan updates by program at the county/provider level of detail and reviewing for consistency with the Enacted Budget
  • Manage special projects and policy analysis as necessary including the funding code consolidation project to simplify the administration of State Aid, the analysis of FSS claiming by counties to maximize revenues, and the Community Budget internal controls and testing project
  • Provide supervisory review of data entered into various automated systems maintained by CBFM for purposes of processing State aid and other payments to providers
  • Update OMH's spending plan guidelines which include the rules/control points and fiscal reporting requirements as a reference for use by OMH, County and provider staff
  • Conduct training sessions for OMH Field Office staff and staff from providers and County Mental Health Departments on various procedures and policies
  • Respond to phone calls and e-mails from providers and County Mental Health Departments
  • Periodic review of regulations and rules to determine if any technical changes, or changes required by any legislative initiatives are required
  • Serve in the lead fiscal role for the Long Island Field Office providing fiscal guidance to program counterparts in the Field Office and complex fiscal and policy advice to the Field Office Director and the Community Budget Director on a wide range of county and provider issues
  • Interact with County Mental Health Directors, leadership in provider agencies including Chief Executive Officers and Chief Financial Officers on fiscal policy
  • Oversee the review and management of OMH Central Office contracts
  • Supervise three staff working on Unit assignments
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Fdc Purchasing Analyst Central Office Resume Examples & Samples

  • Negotiates or renegotiates, and administers contracts with suppliers, vendors, and other representatives
  • Locates and arranges for purchase of goods and services necessary for efficient operation of organization
  • Formulates policies and procedures for competitive solicitations and procurement of goods and services
  • Analyzes price proposals, financial reports, and other data and information to determine reasonable values
  • Prepares or processes purchase orders or competitive solicitations and reviews requisitions for goods and services
  • Directs and coordinates workers' activities involving competitive solicitations and procurement of goods and services
  • Evaluates and monitors contract performance to determine need for changes and to ensure compliance with contractual obligations
  • Arbitrates claims and resolves complaints generated during performance of contract or purchase order
  • Maintains and reviews computerized or manual records of items purchased, costs, delivery, product performance, and inventories
  • Confers with personnel, users, and vendors to discuss defective or unacceptable goods or services and determines corrective action
  • Analyzes purchase requests to determine the appropriate procurement action, issues purchase orders, formulates specifications for informal and formal bids, coordinates bid openings, awards and maintains commodity contracts, drafts correspondence and legal advertisements
  • Prepares bid specifications, types and distributes formal and informal bid invitations to vendors, posts ads and reviews bids for acceptance based on cost, specifications and vendor service
  • Confers with staff of supported entities to clarify quality, quantity and specifications for their commodity needs as well as required shipping and delivery schedules
  • Acts as liaison, mediator and consultant between vendors, accounting and procurement staff to resolve disputes/problems in a timely manner
  • Participates in bid protest hearings and bidder’s conferences as a procurement expert
  • Compiles statistical data and provides reports on procurement activities
  • Analyzes data and makes recommendations for improving current procurement processes
  • Assists management staff by bringing unusual problems to their attention
  • Advises management on methods of using technology to help achieve policy objectives
  • Assists procurement professionals with technical specifications, formal bidding requirements, pre-bid conferences, public bid openings and interpretation of laws, rules, policies and procedures
  • Monitors the progress of special projects
  • Assists supervisor with the review of procurement documents, as necessary, and represents the Department to agencies and vendors
  • Assists with p-card audits as needed
  • Assists department staff by answering routine MFMP questions and concerns
  • Responsible for obtaining data regarding agency spend for goods and services in MFMP and Analysis
  • Knowledge of Florida Statutes 287 and 255, and Florida Administrative Code Rule 60A
  • Knowledge of strategic sourcing and the procurement process
  • Knowledge of contract management and monitoring best practices
  • Knowledge of proper grammar, spelling, and composition of the English language
  • Ability to produce high-quality work on a consistent basis with minimal supervision or guidance
  • Ability to manage multiple complex projects
  • Ability to critically assess the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches
  • Ability to interpret and organize data into meaningful reports and executive summaries
  • Ability to explain complex ideas and information to others
  • Ability to lead, coordinate and network with others to complete tasks and projects
  • Ability to meet deadlines and maintain accurate timelines
  • Ability to conduct market research and propose recommendations based on research findings
  • Ability to work effectively in an independent environment, serving on procurement project teams and working with other agencies and private businesses
  • Ability to assume a leadership role in technical workshops and planning and development environment, facilitating partnership(s) between government and the private sector on recycling and sustainable development (environmental issues)
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office programs and capable of using complex MS Excel functions and formulas, e.g., VLOOKUP, Pivot Tables and Conditional Formatting
  • General understanding of database development and management
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint
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Fdc Data Processing Manager Ses Central Office Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage and supervise the activities, deadlines, work objectives, and the utilization in the Data Base and Data Administration/Quality Assurance sections
  • Develop and monitor technical standards, procedures, and techniques for the management of the Data Base and Data Administration/Quality Assurance personnel
  • Review, analyze, and establish system priorities and determine the allocation of available resources in the Data Base and Data Administration/Quality Assurance sections
  • Develop and maintain a comprehensive long-range plan to meet the department’s system requirements by conducting capacity planning and performance meetings
  • Develop and manage a comprehensive unit test plan and establish the relationship between unit and system testers by clarifying the objectives of unit testing – including the role of the programmers as the primary testers
  • Review and implement quality assurance techniques that will make the systems development effort more productive
  • Ensure data base reorganizations are properly planned, scheduled, and implemented
  • Establish a framework of common meta-data (data about the data collected) including content, definition, and format standards for consistently documenting data resources to improve the reliability of data resources
  • Minimize duplication in collecting, processing, storing, and distributing information by facilitating data access and sharing
  • Knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of computer programming and systems analysis
  • Knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of database administration
  • Knowledge of computer programming languages
  • Knowledge of SQL and DB2 database environments
  • Knowledge of Data Warehouse environments
  • Driver’s license
  • Ability to travel less than 25% or the time
  • Minimum seven (7) years’ experience in Database Administration
  • Minimum three (3) years’ experience in IT Management
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Fdc Director of Medical Services Central Office Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assist in planning, developing, and coordinating the implementation of all clinical services for inmates
  • Provides oversight for the statewide Utilization Management Program and Quality Management Programs
  • Reviews daily spot reports, consult requests, hospital length of stay reports and other utilization data to ensure clinical staff is following established procedures for outside referrals and care
  • Ensures health care is being provided in the most cost effective manner
  • Identifies cost improvement initiatives, training needs, etc
  • Provides oversight of the Quality Management Program, including continuous quality management, clinical quality management, mortality review, clinical risk management, credentialing, peer review and health care provider education
  • Monitors the quality of clinical services provided through reports, on-site visits, and special studies
  • Provides leadership in evaluating the effectiveness of program services
  • Works with Correctional Medical Authority to ensure Quality Management Program is compliant with Section 945.6032, F.S
  • Provides the leadership in managing a program of continuing education, targeted for medical professionals to one) maintain licensure and two) address the unique clinical needs of the patients under care in the correctional system. Responsibilities include establishing a system of coordination with contract Hospitals, Medical Schools, Department of Health, National Medical Scholars and private providers such as Pharmaceutical and medical technology companies to provide Continuing Medical Education/Continuing Education Units education consistent with the latest in Clinical Care Technology
  • Provides clinical support, consultation, guidance and direction to regional medical executive directors and the RMC Hospital executive medical director regarding the care and treatment of inmate patients
  • Provides oversight to other FDC or contracted medical staff as needed
  • Assesses clinical needs, and initiates requests for appropriate action to address those needs
  • Develops standards, directives, procedures and guidelines for health services programs and facilities in order to address medical requirements as well as to meet the facility and care requirements of all pertinent state statutes and federal code
  • Serves as clinical liaison with Department of Health and County Health Departments and oversees medical issues related to the HIV Pre-Release Planning Program and the 340b Specialty Care Program
  • Provides oversight of the Infection Control Program
  • Assists in evaluation of clinical staff on technical and professional matters and participates in decisions on disciplinary actions
  • Serves as a medical advisor to the Director of Health Services and provides technical assistance in clinical matters to health providers including departmental staff as well as contractual partners
  • Collaborates with the Chief Clinical Advisor (who has professional clinical authority over the delivery of comprehensive health care services for the Department) and the other health services discipline directors (mental health, dental, pharmacy and nursing) on matters relating to patient care
  • Assists in overall efforts in providing a comprehensive health care program for the department
  • Reviews and revises DOC medical policies and procedures, and assists the Director of Health Services and Chief Clinical Authority in reviewing all Health Services policies and procedures
  • Assists with legal issues involving patient care and inquiries from family members and other interested parties
  • Reviews documentation for inmate medical grievance appeals and conditional medical release requests, and prepares recommendations on the same
  • May be called upon as an expert witness
  • Provides clinical supervision of assigned staff and reviews/rates performance standards
  • Serves as voting member of the Reception and Medical Center Governing Body and the Department’s Clinical Quality Management Pharmacy Services Workgroup
  • Knowledge of the information and techniques needed to diagnose and treat injuries, diseases, and deformities. This includes symptoms, treatment alternatives, drug properties and interactions, and preventive health-care measures
  • Knowledge of principles and processes involved in business and organizational planning, coordination, and execution. This may include strategic planning, resource allocation, and leadership techniques
  • Knowledge of health care standards of practice within a correctional environment
  • Evidence of experience in Clinical Quality Management
  • Evidence of experience in Utilization Management
  • Correctional Health Care Experience preferred
  • Active MD or DO license obtained no less than five (5) years ago
  • Minimum of three (3) years clinical supervisory experience
  • Experience in Utilization Management
  • Experience in Clinical Quality Management
  • Correctional Health Care expereince is preferred but not required
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Fdc Operations Review Specialist Central Office Resume Examples & Samples

  • Reviews and evaluates operational reports for identified areas of non-compliance and makes recommendations to management on corrective action needed for assigned program area(s)
  • Provides operational assistance to institutional and/or community corrections staff for assigned program area(s) and makes recommendations to management for improving decision making to ensure enhanced efficiency
  • Approves/disapproves expenditure requests through the MyFloridaMarketPlace (MFMP) system for assigned program area(s)
  • Reviews proposed changes in laws and regulations to determine impact on assigned program areas and provides recommendations to management on any changes needed to the Department’s contracts, procedures, and policies
  • Reviews and responds to informal and formal inmate grievances relating to operations and contract related issues for assigned program area(s)
  • Reviews contract monitoring reports for identified areas of non-compliance and makes recommendations for corrective action to the Contract Manager for assigned contract(s)
  • Verifies receipt of deliverables from the Contractor for assigned contract(s)
  • Monitors Contractor performance for assigned contract(s)
  • Reviews, verifies, and approves invoices received from the Contractor for assigned contract(s)
  • Must possess a Florida Certified Contract Manager Certificate. Applicants must include on their profile the certification number and expiration date
  • Completion of an advanced degree from an accredited college or university AND one year of contract management experience
  • OR completion of a four-year degree from an accredited college or university AND two years of contract management experience
  • OR five years of professional contract management experience
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Fdc Accountant Iii Central Office Southwood Complex Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of or experience in invoice processing with MFMP, FLAIR, and/or FACTS or similar accounting/procurement and/or bill payment systems
  • Knowledge of accounting principles, practices, and procedures
  • Knowledge of Outlook, Excel, and Word
  • Ability to prepare and maintain a variety of accounting records
  • Ability to analyze and interpret accounting data
  • Ability to understand and apply applicable rules, regulations, policies, and procedures relating to an accounting program
  • Ability to use automated accounting systems, personal computers, and general office equipment
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Fdc Correctional Sentence Specialist Central Office Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of general office practices
  • Knowledge of basic arithmetic
  • Knowledge of methods of data collection and analysis
  • Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing
  • Ability to set up and organize files
  • Skills in problem solving
  • Skills in analyzing and interpreting data
  • Skills in attention to detail
  • Skills in reliability
  • Ability to analyze/interpret sentence data
  • Ability to read, understand and apply applicable rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of the Department of Corrections and various case law decisions applicable to sentencing issues
  • Ability to conduct fact finding research
  • Ability to operate word processing equipment
  • Must possess a high school diploma or its equivalent
  • Office or Administrative experience
  • Knowledge of basis arithmetic
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Central Office Tech Resume Examples & Samples

  • At least six (6) months experience within the last five (5) years diagnosing, installing, provisioning, repairing and maintaining stored program control switching systems, Electronic Switching System (ESS) central office and/or ETS (Electronic Tandem Switching) central office (e.g., DMS10, DMS100, DMS200, 5ESS). Provision, maintain and test digital central office and data transport
  • Ability to rove/travel to various Central Offices and work independently and responsibly in teams or alone on CO equipment
  • Must have a valid state driver's license
  • Preferred Job Qualifications
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Ccar Central Office Program Lead Resume Examples & Samples

  • Managing CCAR deliverable preparation and PMO activities
  • Manage and report on progress against CCAR plan and budget utilization
  • Identify and manage project risks and issues
  • Develop project milestones and coordinate project implementation
  • Participate in the continuous improvement of CCAR centralized processes and quality standards for projects
  • Analyze business requirements, collect data and determine feasibility of project request
  • Business Process Modeling, production use cases and detailed requirements
  • 5-7 years of work experience in Technology, Risk, or Accounting
  • Significant experience in managing Dodd Frank, Risk, Regulatory, CCAR or similar projects for the bank
  • Strong assertiveness, listening, influencing and diplomacy skills
  • Ability to run effective meetings, workshops and off-sites with different levels of management
  • Ability to effectively work under pressure
  • Exceptional process and project management sills, with the ability to execute against tight deadlines and remain agile to evolving requirements
  • Excellent relationship management skills including the ability to collaborate with multiple business partners and colleagues to challenge the status quo, influence appropriately and partner on developing solutions
  • Excellent communications skills – written and verbal
  • Knowledge of structured project management methods (e.g. PMBOK)
  • Prior Stress Testing/recovery and resolution planning experience
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Fdc Purchasing Analyst Central Office Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administers Department contracts and agreements including drafting contract documents and amendments, administering the official contract file and monitors contract expiration dates to ensure requirements are met for renewal or re-issue and keeps management advised of required procurement actions
  • Drafts, edits and reviews specifications, conditions and regulations pertaining to contracts
  • Assists with negotiating changes or renewal terms
  • Analyzes purchase awards, maintains contracts and drafts correspondence
  • Places contracts, amendments and agreements in FACTS and the internal Department tracking system
  • Process agreements upon expiration and request
  • Process work squad contracts, work squad amendments, and work squad agreements for various agencies throughout the state
  • Confers with staff of supported entities to clarify quality, quantity and specifications for their contractual needs
  • Acts as liaison, mediator and consultant between vendors, Bureau of Finance & Accounting and program staff to resolve disputes/problems in a timely manner
  • Compiles statistical data and provides reports on contract, amendments, and agreement activities
  • Assists with the review of contract documents, as necessary, and represents the Department to agencies and vendors
  • Assists Department staff by answering routine questions and concerns about contracts
  • Research public records requests
  • Knowledge of Chapter 287, Florida Statutes and Rule 60A, Florida Administrative Code
  • Knowledge of strategic sourcing best practices and negotiation strategies
  • Knowledge of contract administration and management best practices
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office programs and capable of using complex MS Excel functions and formulas
  • Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing
  • Give great customer service to internal and external customers by dealing with people in a tactful and courteous manner
  • Strong writing and effective speaking skills
  • Good presentation, teambuilding and leadership skills
  • Completion of an advanced degree from an accredited college or university ANDone year of professional procurement/sourcing/contract administration or management experience
  • ORCompletion of a four-year degree from an accredited college or university ANDtwo years of professional procurement/sourcing/contract administration or management experience
  • OR Four years of professional procurement/sourcing/contract administration or management experience
  • Florida Certified Contract Negotiator (FCCN), Project Management Professional (PMP), Florida Certified Contract Manager (FCCM); Certification as a Certified Professional Public Buyer (CPPB), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), Certified Associate Contracts Manager (CACM), Certified Professional Contracts Manager (CPCM), or a Certified Purchasing Manager (CPM)
  • Experience using Ariba, MyFloridaMarketPlace, FACTS or FLAIR
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Fdc Systems Project Consultant Central Office Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluate business/user requirements and then develop new software applications from concept to finish, with regular tests and maintenance
  • Optimize applications for maximum speed and scalability
  • Develop and monitor technical standards, procedures, and techniques for the development team
  • Document new/existing frameworks and cross-train applications development staff as required
  • Review and implement quality assurance techniques that will make the applications development effort more productive
  • Ensure application promotions are properly planned, scheduled, and implemented
  • Determine the best UI Framework to accomplish the department’s ever-changing programming needs
  • Provide technical advice and technical assistance to Systems Development and other bureaus in troubleshooting problems
  • Visual Basic, C#, .NET., and VBScript
  • .NET/Xamarin mobile development
  • Javascript experience (bootstrap framework)
  • Experience developing in an AngularJS framework
  • Experience working with Web Services across multiple platforms
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others
  • Driver’s License
  • Ability to work times needed due to the needs of the database section
  • Ability to be on-call
  • Experience developing in a mobile environment using .NET/Xamarin
  • Experience JavaScript coding within multiple frameworks