Some of the jobs available this week in Long Island communities.
Five Towns College, an Equal Opportunity Employer, has immediate openings for part-time Public Safety officers on its Dix Hills, New York campus. Public Safety officers must be U.S. citizens, undergo a background check, and pass a training program before being hired. Employment may lead to work in one of three possible hours of duty: day, evening, or overnight.
- Responsible for developing and managing the project plan and working with discipline leads and project teams to execute on plans
- Monitor day-to-day activities of the project and ensure work is progressing as planned
- Manage schedule, assets, and overall project organization to ensure requirements and project deliverables dates are clearly communicated, understood and executed upon
- Effectively and efficiently plan and prioritize all deliverables working across project(s) based on scope of work, project goals, and Creative Director's direction
- Consistently identify needs that creative, marketing, and businesses may not recognize and ensure approaches and solutions are linked to objectives and future needs
The candidate must have a Ph.D. in the biological sciences and some post-doctoral experience is strongly desired. A broad interest in current biomedical research and experience in the communication of science are essential. Responsibilities include assisting the editor with manuscript review and selection, communication with authors and reviewers, special projects, engagement with digital publication strategies, representing the journal at conferences, and identifying emerging trends in research.
Family Specialist, Berkshire Farm Center and Services for Youth
Provides intensive community based services as part of a multi-discipline team that include: strength-based assessment; treatment planning & coordination; discharge planning, & intervention/liaison work w/client support systems, incl. social service programs & community providers.
Parents for Megan's Law and the Crime Victims Center is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of sexual abuse and provision of support services to all victims of violent crime. The educator will travel throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties conducting adult and child sexual abuse/abduction prevention workshops and other agency programs to adults and children. Prevention education programs, safety fairs or programs are scheduled during the day and evenings.
Assistant Nurse Manager, Huntington Hospital
Registered Professsional Nurse. Telemetry experience required.
The Gilbert and Sullivan Light Opera Company of Long Island is looking to hire a Stage Director for their Spring 2013 touring opera, "Ruddigore." Performance dates tbd, but will take place in May and June, 2013, throughout Long Island and possibly New York City. Rehearsals will begin in January, 2-3 nights per week in Nassau and/or Suffolk County. Interviews for the position will be held on Saturday, Dec. 15. Please familiarize yourself with the piece as general casting auditions will be held three days later on Tuesday, December 18. Full stipend from January-June is $1,500. For more company information, please visit www.GilbertandSullivanLI.com or www.facebook.com/gaslocoli.
- Creates and implements recruitment plans distinct to numerous prospect markets, such as undergraduates, graduates, transfers, international students and veterans.
- Knowledge of the prospect markets and understanding of how to reach those markets through a variety of recruitment efforts and initiatives.
- Directs and supervises application processing, such as interview scheduling, verification of credentials of admitted candidates, inquires responses, application reviews.
- Collects, analyzes, and reports admission data and statistics and recommend strategies for achieving enrollment goals.
- Trains, manages, mentors and motivates a high-performance, goal oriented admissions team
- Works closely with the Admissions staff to develop and implement strategies to enhance promotion and effective marketing of Dowling's programs