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  • Quality Engineer, Quality Systems

    Posted: Feb 27, 2015

    Division: Manufacturing / Engineering
    Level: 0
    Type:
    JobID: 3485
    Compensation: $75-90K
    City/State: Midlands South Carolina Area

    Job Description:
    QS/QE is responsible for implementation, registration and maintenance of the Quality Management System (QMS) for the Orangeburg Plant. Additionally, QS/QE is responsible for APQP activities for all new projects, for the two Metrology Labs, and for managing equipment calibration for the plant.
    This position will provide quality assurance support (Quality Engineering, APQP, DFM/DFA, DFSS, Process Auditing and internal PPAP and validation activity review) for the implementation, auditing, registration and maintenance, and on-going effectiveness of the Quality Management System.
    Primary Areas of Responsibility:
    • Responsible for supervising the Document Control Coordinator
    • Responsible for managing the Quality Management System (QMS) Documentation
    • Responsible for Managing the Document Control Function
    • Responsible for Managing the training records at the Orangeburg facility
    • Responsible for compliance with all applicable sections, procedures and work instructions required to maintain ISO 9001 registration and the integrity of applicable parts of the Quality Management System
    • Responsible for managing Six Sigma program and leading CAPA program
    • Train, direct and supervise the lab’s Metrology Technician(s)/Mechanical Inspector(s)

    Qualifications:
    Education:
    • Minimum requirement: Bachelor’s Degree in engineering or other relevant discipline, or equivalent combination of experience and coursework.
    • Possession of recognized qualification in related field. ASQ certification-CQT. CQI, CMI or CQE strongly preferred
    • ASQ certified Six Sigma Black Belt
    Experience:
    • Minimum 5-8 years of manufacturing quality experience in measurement or calibration
    • Experience in supervision hourly, skilled employees
    Skills and Capabilities:
    • Thorough working knowledge of quality measurement systems, methods and current metrology practices (measurement, calibration, documentation, records, equipment maintenance and upgrading, etc.)
    • Demonstrated experience in supervising and training employees, and scheduling workloads
    • Strong personal skill with a variety of contact and non-contact metrology equipment. Formal training is required
    • Basic Data Analysis Skills-SPC, Capability Studies, First Article Inspections, Data Verification
    • Strong planning, organization, analytical, and problem solving skills
    • Strong written and verbal communications skills
    • Strong interpersonal skills (e.g., tact/diplomacy, listening, negotiation, consulting)
    • Knowledge and experience with QMS requirements-procedures, work instructions, compliance, auditing records for compliance, etc.
    • Understanding the importance of customer service, both internal and external
    • Working knowledge of QSI

    Contact Name: Tonya Hendley
    Contact Email: thendley@fgp.com
  • Associate Director, Child & Family Healing Center

    Posted: Feb 27, 2015

    Division: Non-Profit
    Level: 0
    Type: Direct Hire
    JobID: 3484
    Compensation: Competitive + Benefits
    City/State: Richmond, VA

    Job Description:

    Find Great People, Int’l has partnered with a 100+ year old nonprofit social service organization. United Methodist Family Services (UMFS) is an unwavering champion for high-risk children & families. UMFS provides comprehensive programs to meet the needs of high-risk children & parents to enable them to overcome challenging circumstances and succeed. A national leader in helping children, UMFS also proactively identifies unmet social service needs throughout Virginia and develops appropriate partnerships to address them.

    SUMMARY:
    The Associate Director for the Child & Family Healing Center directs the clinical services delivery to clients through therapist staff. This person researches, develops and revises treatment planning according to evidence-based practices from assessment to discharge. She/he oversees admissions standards and acceptance of clients to be served.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    (Other duties may be assigned)

    • THERAPEUTIC SERVICES
    o Responsible for the overall research, delivery and evaluation of clinical program development and implementation of evidence-based practice in all therapies and in all cottages.
    o Directs delivery of individual, group and family therapies along with oversight of all individualized treatment plans and monthly updates to them. Sets and monitors compliance deadlines for therapists.
    o Responsible for clinical documentation in compliance with Medicaid requirements and ensures the completion of billable notes for individual therapy.
    o May provide specific clinical delivery of treatment to individual clients in advanced clinical areas such as EMDR, Trauma-informed CBT, SRY, among others.
    o Develops new programmatic service delivery modalities in conjunction with the Director to advance the program through enhancements and expansions of treatment services delivered.


    • TRAINING
    o Participates in the on-boarding of all new CFHC employees. Provides on-going in-service training on required or relevant topics and areas of expertise such as: Attachment and Trauma-informed Treatment, Neurodevelopmental Disabilities, Attachment, Sexually Reactive Behaviors, Collaborative Problem Solving, Youth and Family Empowerment and Prevention.
    o Researches, develops and delivers training to all staff in clinical and therapeutic treatment for clients and their families.
    o Develops curriculum for, trains and supervises therapists to become Certified Sex Offender Treatment Providers through standards approved through the Virginia Board of Psychology.

    • ADMINISTRATIVE
    o Assists the CFHC Director with the administration, organization and leadership of the Child & Family Healing Center. Assumes duties of the CFHC Director in his/her absence.
    o Supervises and assists clinical staff through individual and group conferences in analyzing treatment issues and developing solutions.
    o Assists in developing and implementing program policies, regulations and procedures.
    o Manages the screening, hiring and training of new therapists and retention of existing staff.
    o Coordinates and oversees the training of clinical interns.
    o Provides clinical supervision as needed to clinical staff.
    o Participates in Administrator on-call duties.
    o Participates as a full Administrative Team member in weekly team meetings and in evaluations of other team members
    o Participates in required and voluntary education, workshops and training.

    • SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
    o Manages and supervises therapist staff including licensed supervisors and therapists preparing for licensure where required.
    o Assumes responsibility for the supervision process for no more than 8 direct-report employees.
    o Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws.
    o Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

    Qualifications:
    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
    o Master's degree (M. A.) or equivalent, and must be licensed as a LCSW or LPC
    o Must have or be eligible to take required coursework and supervision for C-SOTP designation through the Virginia Board of Psychology

    • CULTURAL SENSITIVITY
    o Displays sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural differences present in both the customer and employee populations

    • STANDARDS OF PRACTICE
    o Ability to work in a team environment; ability to build mutually respectful partnerships with individuals, families and fellow employees;
    o A commitment to empowering others to solve their own problems; valuing a nurturing family as the ideal environment for a person; a belief that all people have an ability to grow and change;
    o The ability to set limits and intervene appropriately meeting the needs of persons served; and serves as a role model for clients in the areas of ethics, morals, appearance, spirituality and lifestyle principles

    • REASONING ABILITY
    o Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions
    o Ability to interpret an extensive variety of differing perceptions of reality and deal with several abstract and concrete variables in order to mediate and to construct solutions

    • CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
    o Current valid driver's license with acceptable driving record and proof of auto insurance
    o Current certification in First Aid, CPR and restraint training

    ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL DESIGNATION
    This position has been designated as an Essential Personnel position by the Agency. This means that the duties and responsibilities of your position are essential to the safe and secure operation of the agency or the program in which you work. As an essential employee, you shall be responsible for getting to work or remaining at work as needed during times of buildings and grounds breakdowns, extreme weather conditions or natural disasters.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS
    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear.
    • The employee frequently is required to stand; walk, sit, use hands to finger, handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms.
    • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
    • Demonstrated ability to perform physical restraints, CPR and First Aid

    WORK ENVIRONMENT
    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • Office space provided with sufficient supportive equipment
    • Travel, including transportation of youth in personal or agency vehicles is required
    • The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud
    • This is a drug free work environment. See Agency Employee Handbook, Substance Abuse, for clarification

    For confidential consideration please email cover letter and resume to Robyn Ezzell.

    Contact Name: Robyn Ezzell
    Contact Email: rezzell@fgp.com
  • Accounts Payable Processor

    Posted: Feb 27, 2015

    Division: Finance & Accounting
    Level: 0
    Type: Temp to Hire
    JobID: 3483
    Compensation: $16-17/hour
    Location: South Carolina - Upstate
    City/State: Pendleton, SC

    Job Description:
    Duties:
    • Sort and distribute incoming and outgoing mail
    • Match, Code and Key invoices
    • Resolve invoice discrepancies
    • Assist with Check Run

    Qualifications:
    Qualifications:
    • 4+ years of experience within Accounts Payable
    • Microsoft Office Experience
    • Construction Industry Experience Preferred

    Contact Name: Janell Pennington
    Contact Email: jpennington@fgp.com
  • Accounts Payable Associate

    Posted: Feb 27, 2015

    Division: Finance & Accounting
    Level: Staff
    Type: Temporary
    JobID: 3482
    Compensation: $18/hour
    Location: South Carolina - Upstate
    City/State: Spartanburg, SC

    Job Description:
    One of our clients is seeking and Accounts Payable Associate to assist the busy accounting department. This is a temporary opportunity for a candidate that is looking reputable company to add experience to their resume.

    Responsibilities:

    Accounts Payable
    • Process and review assigned invoices
    • Prepare weekly Check Runs and Check Mailing
    • Set up new vendors
    • Filing and Data Entry Tasks

    Qualifications:
    Qualifications:
    • 4-6 years of accounts payable experience
    • Strong Microsoft Office Experience
    • Manufacturing industry experience ideal
    • Detailed and Highly Organized with confidential information

    Interested and Qualified candidates can send resume to Janell Pennington at jpennington@fgp.com for confidential consideration. Those who meet all of the qualifications will be contacted by recruiter. Those who do not meet the qualifications will not be contacted.

    Contact Name: Janell Pennington
    Contact Email: jpennington@fgp.com
  • Accounts Payable Clerk

    Posted: Feb 27, 2015

    Division: Finance & Accounting
    Level: 0
    Type: Long term contract
    JobID: 3481
    Compensation: $13-15/hour
    Location: South Carolina - Upstate
    City/State: Downtown Greenville, SC

    Job Description:
    Stable organization hiring an Accounts Payable Clerk to support the accounting department.
    Duties
    • Scan and load all invoices into system
    • Monitor invoicing system, track workflow
    • Maintain complete records of invoices
    • Enter payments into system and ensure compliance and accuracy
    • Prepare weekly cash reports
    • Filing and Data Entry Tasks
    • Assist Controller with projects

    Qualifications:
    Qualifications:
    • 3+ years of experience within Accounts Payable
    • 3+ years of QuickBooks PREFERRED

    Contact Name: Janell Pennington
    Contact Email: jpennington@fgp.com
  • Accounting Clerk

    Posted: Feb 27, 2015

    Division: Finance & Accounting
    Level: Staff
    Type: Long term contract
    JobID: 3480
    Compensation: $10-14/hour
    Location: South Carolina - Upstate
    City/State: Spartanburg, SC

    Job Description:
    Organization looking for a strong Accounting Clerk to report to Controller for a long term contract. Company is looking for someone to start as soon as possible. Great opportunity to keep your skills sharp!

    Responsibilities:
    • Assist with Processing invoices as needed
    • Verify data to maintain accurate AP
    • Heavy Data Entry of Bills
    • Clerical support
    • Customer Service with Vendors
    • Switchboard Relief

    Qualifications:
    Qualifications:
    • 2-3 Years of Data Entry Experience
    • Word/Excel experience needed; JD Edwards a plus
    • Candidate must be very detail oriented

    Please apply only if you meet the qualifications.

    Contact Name: Janell Pennington
    Contact Email: jpennington@fgp.com
  • Medical Claims Representatives

    Posted: Feb 27, 2015

    Division: Finance & Accounting
    Level: Staff
    Type: Temp to Hire
    JobID: 3479
    Compensation: $14-17/hour
    Location: South Carolina - Upstate
    City/State: Greenville, SC

    Job Description:
    Large 3rd Party Medical Billing Company in Greenville is seeking a Medical Collector that will provide a supportive role in delivering and dealing with a variety of patient billing issues and working with insurance companies. Candidate will posses strong leadership, ability to multi-task and a strong work ethic. Candidate must be able to work 8am-5pm Monday-Friday.

    Responsibilities:

    -Ability to work in a fast past environment
    -Analyze aging reports and make collections calls based on past due amounts to insurance companies
    -Process denials, and work the claim until paid
    -Responsible for analyzing data and assist with any problems


    Qualifications:
    Requirements:
    -3+ Years of experience in insurance collections in a large medical office or hospital REQUIRED (Applicants with less than 3 years of medical collections experience will not be considered)
    -Physical Therapy Medical Experience a Plus
    -Extensive knowledge of Medicaid & Medicare claims


    Only qualified candidates will be contacted by recruiter. New applicants only please.

    Contact Name: Janell Pennington
    Contact Email: jpennington@fgp.com
  • Merchandising Planner

    Posted: Feb 27, 2015

    Division: Finance & Accounting
    Level: Staff
    Type: Temp to Hire/Direct Hire
    JobID: 3478
    Compensation: $15-18/hr
    Location: South Carolina - Upstate
    City/State: Spartanburg, SC

    Job Description:
    Very established distribution organization looking for candidate to support their department due to growth. If you have a strong background within excel, and have experience analyzing data this is a great opportunity for you!
    The position is primarily responsible for working within created reports, inputting data into the ERP system and Excel and exporting information from one excel spreadsheets to other spreadsheets. Ideal candidate has an analytical background to determine discrepancies and problem solve.

    Qualifications:
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Logistics/Business/Math/Supply Chain
    • Strong Microsoft Office Skills (Word, Excel)
    • Strong Data entry skills
    • Must be able to Pass Criminal Background Check, Drug Test

    Contact Name: Janell Pennington
    Contact Email: jpennington@fgp.com
  • Logistics Coordinator

    Posted: Feb 27, 2015

    Division: Administration & Office Support
    Level: 0
    Type: Temp to Hire/Direct Hire
    JobID: 3477
    Compensation: $15-20/hour
    Location: South Carolina - Upstate
    City/State: Spartanburg, SC

    Job Description:
    International company looking for an new or experienced graduate to join their team.

    Responsibilities:
    • Work with Customer Service representatives and Vendors to manage logistics of printing process
    • Confirm deliveries and shipments
    • Administrative duties
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:
    Requirements:
    • 1-5 Years of experience in purchasing/logistics role Preferred
    • Strong communication skills and ability to work well within a team
    • Work within System/Word/Excel


    For immediate and confidential consideration, please send resume to jpennington@fgp.com

    Contact Name: Janell Pennington
    Contact Email: jpennington@fgp.com
  • Business Systems Analyst - 20009

    Posted: Feb 27, 2015

    Division: Technology
    Level: Staff
    Type: Direct Hire
    JobID: 3476
    Compensation: Competitive
    Location: South Carolina - Upstate
    City/State: Greenville, South Carolina

    Job Description:
    • Work with internal customers to gather requirements and implement configuration changes including definition of workflow and approval processes and custom object implementation
    • Support corporate office and satellite locations.
    • Managing of testing and related feedback.
    • Maintain, prioritize and report on user request backlog.
    • Document system configuration and administrative processes
    • Keep abreast of new releases, features and best practices. Make recommendations to management regarding implementation as appropriate.

    Qualifications:
    • Experience performing enterprise application configurations (CRM, ERP, EAM, etc.).
    • Understanding of contact center technologies (voice, call recording, IVR self-service, WFM, multi-channel routing).
    • Able to gather, document and execute detailed specifications from high-level requirements with little to average amount of supervision.
    • Experience owning projects / project management skills.
    • Strong testing skills.
    • Experience leading and facilitating user group discussions.
    • Experience developing and maintaining training materials and training curriculum.

    Bonus Skill Sets:

    • Experience specific to Salesforce implementations.

    Contact Name: FGP Tech Recruiter
    Contact Email: recruiters@fgptech.com

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