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Director of Fiscal Affairs & Operations Department of Higher Education  Responsibilities: The Missouri Coordinating Board for Higher Education seeks to hire a Director of Fiscal Affairs and Operations. This position oversees internal accounting and related administrative services as well as fiscal analysis and accountability for Missouri’s investment in higher education through the preparation of the annual operating budget recommendation for the MDHE and the annual operating budget recommendations for all public colleges and universities. In cooperation with institutional finance officers and other MDHE senior staff, this position is responsible for the preparation of budget requests, providing supporting documentation and testimony, and justification of budget recommendations provided to the Governor and the General Assembly by the Coordinating Board for Higher Education. Duties include the direction, planning, analysis and coordination of fiscal and administrative services in the areas of accounting, auditing, budgeting, purchasing, cash receipts and op
Residential Home Manager SunnyhillThe Residential Home Manager will provide training to individuals with developmental disabilities to increase their independence with daily living skills. Individuals with supervisory and scheduling experience preferred. Duties include helping individuals with daily living skills: cooking, cleaning, and everyday household tasks. Duties also include helping individuals with their daily hygiene, transporting individuals on outings in the community, and attending doctor's appointments. Looking for honest employees with a good work ethic, organized, ambitious, and good people skills. Must be prompt and a team player. The Residential Home Manager position requires 40 hours of work per week and may require weekends and holidays.
Registered Nurse SunnyhillThe Registered Nurse must be knowledgeable of various different types of disabilities; including but not limited to developmental and intellectual disabilities, Down's Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and mental illness. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Knowledge of Standards of Care required by funding sources and accrediting bodies. • Use RN assessment tools to establish a well-coordinated healthcare plan to coincide with the residents’ person centered plan • Review Medication Sheets on a monthly basis • Develop and implement nursing care plan-update N.C.P. • Develop and maintain working relationships with key contacts in health care institutions and community service organizations • Serve as a liaison between hospital and staff regarding residents’ progress
Qualified Mental Health Professional Mineral Area CPRC, Inc.(Include but not limited to the following.) Assessment and treatment planning of clients, monitoring the activities of up to eight (8) Bachelors level treatment members (Community Support Specialist) to include but not limited to: routine staffing concerns and direction, review and audit of quarterly reviews, critical interventions, medical necessity in documentation, quality assurance checks with consumers and direction and guidance with interventions to include crisis intervention.
Community Support Specialist Mineral Area CPRC, Inc.Include but are not limited to the following.) Assignment of a case load of approximately 25 mental health consumers and/or dual diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder. Maintaining a schedule, providing at minimum 25 hours of documented direct contact services with persons on your caseload weekly. Good follow through and follow up. Adherence to an individualized client treatment plan, amending treatment plans, providing quarterly reviews and maintaining a critical intervention for those consumers on the caseload. Must maintain a professional, ethical and respectful attitude towards clients at all times.
Professional Land Surveyor (PLS)  Cochran is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated individual to perform as a full time Professional Land Surveyor. Must have extensive AutoCAD experience (Civil 3D a plus), able to perform office construction stakeout and boundary calculations, draw and review right-of-way plans, write and review legal descriptions, and draw and review easement exhibits. Candidate will also be responsible for gathering field data and drafting of topographic surveys, reviewing topographic surveys, and resolving right-of-way and property lines. This position requires the candidate to work with various members of the surveying project team as well as civil engineering staff. Ability to write proposals and bid projects a plus. Ideal candidate would be responsible for scheduling and coordinating field crews and have the ability to work independently without extensive supervision. Candidate would report to the Surveying Department Manager.