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Location:

New York, NY

Date open:

July 11, 2017

Type of Employment:

Direct Hire

Our Client is seeking a Timekeeper in New York, NY.

Primary Responsibilities and Job Tasks:

Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the Aeronautical Manager, Airport Operations, the selected candidate will be responsible for a wide range of secretarial and administrative duties, including, but not limited to: performing timekeeping for approximately 70  TWU, PAFSA, CWA & Management employees, monitoring absence control, preparing end of year documents, such as sick incentive, vacation carryovers, vacation exchange programs, processing invoices from various vendors using SAP; Petty Cash distribution, preparing Procurement Card Logs, preparing travel authorizations using SAP; maintaining conference room scheduling, composing correspondence independently or from general instructions; checking records, forms and reports for completeness, accuracy of content, and independently correcting minor discrepancies and errors; ordering office supplies for the unit; answering and screening telephone calls; providing timekeeping back-up assistance and  performing other duties as may be assigned from time-to-time by the Operations Manager and Senior Business Manager.

Desired

Ideal candidates will present the following profile:

•Demonstrated ability to utilize and prioritize work assignments, work independently with minimal supervision and handle various tasks simultaneously in a timely and competent manner

•Demonstrated ability to work under work under pressure while meeting tight deadlines.

•Demonstrated ability to use Microsoft Office applications, to include Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.

•Experience with timekeeping

•Experience entering invoices into SAP and using SAP to trace vendor, invoice and payment history.

•Demonstrated ability to prepare written correspondence independently or from general instructions.

•Ability to professionally answer and screen telephone calls for division staff.

•Demonstrated interpersonal skills to interact effectively with internal and external staff at all levels.

•Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.

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Location:

Washington, DC

Date open:

July 11, 2017

Type of Employment:

Direct Hire

Our Client is seeking a Proposal Writer in Washington, DC.

Primary Responsibilities and Job Tasks:

Responsibilities:

The Assistant Director for Business Development plays a central role in building a robust and successful consulting practice. The Assistant Director monitors search opportunities, develops proposals for submission, and tracking business development through its various stages for all higher education searches undertaken by the firm.

 

Duties:

  • Manage the sale of search services to higher education institutions, including:
    • Communicate with potential clients to express interest and to answer any questions
    • Organize and prioritize invitations to submit proposals to assure work is completed and submitted before deadlines
    • Working collaboratively and independently to develop proposals
    • Track outstanding proposals and follow up to assess status and close out the process
    • Track successful and unsuccessful submissions, following up to gather feedback
  • Manage the proposal development process, including:
    • Assessing RFPs or other written requests for proposals for search services
    • Editing existing information or create new information to fulfill the proposal requirements
    • Communicating with consultants and incorporate their edits into the final draft
    • Editing multiple drafts of proposals to create a cohesive and highly professional final draft
    • Submitting final proposals per requirements (in print or via email, with multiple copies, etc.)

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • At least two years relevant work experience in a deadline-oriented position, preferably experience in grant writing or developing business proposals
  • Work experience in a higher education setting and knowledge of the variety and complexity of the U.S. higher education market
  • Excellent writing and editing skills, with ability to produce work quickly
  • Ability to work with minimal direction and under tight deadlines
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Highly organized and able to prioritize in a quickly changing workplace
  • Professional demeanor and ability to work with experienced professionals
  • Excellent computer skills (Word, Excel, etc.)
  • Working knowledge of a database environment (Microsoft Access, Zoho, etc.)
  • Experience in environment where many employees work remotely

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Location:

Sandy Spring, MD

Date open:

June 30, 2017

Type of Employment:

Direct Hire

Our Client is seeking a Payroll/Associate in Sandy Spring, MD.

Primary Responsibilities and Job Tasks:

Our client is seeking a candidate for the position of Accounting Associate.  This position is responsible for general accounting tasks and year round payroll processing, including summer camp. The Accounting Associate reports directly to the Controller and has no supervisory responsibilities.

Responsibilities include:

  • Performing general accounting functions, payroll functions, and maintaining accounting records
  • Assisting external auditors at year end by preparing schedules and invoices; providing explanations of supporting materials and procedures; and preparing any other necessary data
  • Providing departmental assistance with questions relating to payroll, accounts receivable, and general ledger
  • Reconciling all monthly credit card statements for accounts payable
  • Maintaining accounts receivable
  • Processing and distributing accounts payable checks
  • Maintaining background check records
  • Occasional weekend/evening activities
  • Assisting with budget management for summer programs
  • Administering all aspects of payroll including time card compliance, supervisor approval, tax withholdings, and W2-distribution
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications:

A four-year degree or relevant work experience in a business or accounting field is required. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years’ experience in a business office environment, preferably in an independent school or other non-profit setting, as well as a basic understanding of generally accepted accounting principles. (GAAP) He/she will be a skilled oral and written communicator, meticulously organized, comfortable with juggling multiple priorities, and meeting deadlines. Knowledge of the Senior Systems Advantage database or other comparable non-profit accounting software modules is helpful.  ADP (Automatic Data Processing-Workforce Now) experience is a requirement, preferably version 12 or 13.

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Location:

Washington, DC

Date open:

June 8, 2017

Type of Employment:

Contract

Our Client is seeking a Human Resources Generalist in Washington, DC.

Primary Responsibilities and Job Tasks:

This will be a contract position helping to provide general support to the HR department.

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Location:

Baltimore, MD

Date open:

June 15, 2017

Type of Employment:

Direct Hire

Our Client is seeking a Account Manager/Customer Service in Baltimore, MD.

Primary Responsibilities and Job Tasks:

The Traffic Coordinator is responsible for managing the full spectrum of LME/General Cargo logistics, inventory and client services in order to build and maintain additional warehousing opportunities.

The position’s key responsibilities include:

·        Providing oversight for assigned client accounts to ensure customer satisfaction and retention

·        Collaborating with Accounting to process and manage P&L, billing and inventory

·        Administration and oversight of customer inventory

·        Training of administrative employees on procedures related to customer accounts

·        Data management to include bill of lading, inventory control and other pertinent reports or output related to client accounts

·        Process various paperwork to ensure smooth operations (FOT, rent invoices, balance rent invoices, SPE/Inbound)

·        Issuing and cancellation of warrants for warehoused materials

·        Ensuring regulatory compliance for LME filing and other processes

·        Managing and supporting other projects as assigned

Position requirements- experience, education and skills:

·        Bachelor’s Degree in related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.

·        Minimum of four (4) years inventory/warehouse coordination experience or possess demonstrated project management and customer service skills, with knowledge and abilities to perform above mentioned tasks.

·        Solid organizational, critical thinking and time management skills.

·        Superior written and oral communication skills.

·        Proficiency with applicable software (Excel, Word, Outlook and inventory tracking systems) with the aptitude to learn and apply new software quickly.

·        Good knowledge of LME and/or General Cargo is desired, but not required.

·        Must be able to work additional hours as required to get work processed.

·        Ability to multitask under pressure and to meet short deadlines.

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