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CURRENT OPEN POSITIONS

The HR Source is looking for a Timekeeper for a client in Jamaica, NY. This is a contract position with possible extensions. The position pays between $26-27/hr.

Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Principal Business Manager, the selected candidate will be responsible for a variety of clerical duties including, but not limited to:  performing timekeeping for approximately 100 unionized staff; monitoring the Absence Control Program; coordinating the Sick Incentive and Perfect Attendance Programs; generating overtime and comp time reports via PeopleSoft; performing data entry into Maintenance Management information System (MMIS) and MAXIMO; providing back-up assistance to the Supervising Office Assistant and creating and maintaining spreadsheets on Excel.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Port Authority administrative and timekeeping policies and procedures.
  • Demonstrated ability to utilize and prioritize work assignments, work independently with minimal supervision, and handle various tasks simultaneously in a timely and competent manner.
  • Ability to interpret contract/memorandum of agreement language;
  • Excellent computer skills with demonstrated proficiency using Excel to prepare spreadsheets;
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills;
  • Ability to meet deadlines, prioritize work and handle various assignments simultaneously with minimal supervision.
  • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure while meeting tight deadlines.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal skills including demonstrated experience interacting effectively with all levels of internal staff.
  • Proficiency using MS Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  • Thorough knowledge of PeopleSoft and MMIS, Maximo;
  • Experience with O/M/P timekeeping.

 

The HR Source is seeking a Financial Management Analyst to provide hands-on analysis and management of a portfolio of medical service delivery projects in a federal government agency. The portfolio provides healthcare programs to Military Service Members throughout the world. The position will report to the client site in Falls Church, VA. This is a temp-to-perm position. Pay rate is $90,000-105,000.

Candidate MUST have:

· ACTIVE Secret Clearance

Desirable:

· DoD financial management experience in a military environment

· Experience in analysis, accounting, internal controls, financial reporting, budget managing, account reconciliation, reporting and strategic financial planning

· Financial management at the portfolio level

Key Responsibilities/Requirements:

· Ability to perform financial analysis, financial reconciliation between plan and actuals, reporting and presenting recommendations to the portfolio manager

· Ability to produce high quality deliverables and reports on time

· Ability to coordinate and facilitate one or more budget data calls and consolidating budget “builds” annually

· Ability to manage BSO level Unfunded Requirement Requests (UFR) calls

· Ability to format executive level Status of Funds

Preferred Skills and Experience:

· Takes INITIATIVE, FOLLOWS-THRU on tasks and produces RESULTS

· Knowledge of Department of Defense (DoD) budget and finance tool suites – DoD SMART, STARS, FASTDATA, and BAERS

· Advanced level skill and experience with Microsoft Excel

· Excellent verbal and written communications skills; ability to communicate with wide range of personalities

· Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi task; high customer service focus with attention to detail, accuracy, and on-time delivery

· Direct client support experience

· Federal consulting experience

· Proficient in the entire MS Office suite

Position responsibilities may include:

· Weekly Executive view of Status of Funds reports

· Weekly Project Execution Reports

· Annual Planning Figure Change Requests

· Fund Authorization Document Requests

· Spend Plan adjustments

· Monitoring Execution and preparing recommended courses of action to meet performance metrics

Education and/or Experience:

· Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or similar discipline

· At least 6 years of consecutive experience in budget and financial management

Employee Benefits:

· 401k

· Medical, Dental, & Vision Benefits

· Training

· Long-Term & Short-Term Disability

· Life Insurance

· 3 weeks PTO + Holidays

· Salary dependent on skills and experience

We are seeking a Senior Financial Management Analyst to provide hands- on leadership to a small team of financial analysts that monitor and report on a portfolio of medical service delivery projects in a federal government agency. The portfolio provides healthcare programs to Military Service Members throughout the world. The position will report to the client site in Falls Church, VA. This is a temp-to-perm position. Pay rate is $110,000-125,000

Candidate MUST have:

· ACTIVE Secret Clearance

· Current Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM) certification

Desirable:

· DoD financial management experience in a military environment

· Experience in analysis, accounting, internal controls, financial reporting, budget managing, account reconciliation, reporting and strategic financial planning

· Financial management at the portfolio level

· Military Service a plus

Key Responsibilities/Requirements:

· Lead a small team of financial analysts to conduct financial analysis, financial reconciliation between plan and actuals, reporting and presenting recommendations to the portfolio manager

· Ability to produce high quality deliverables and reports on time

· Leading, coordinating and facilitating one or more budget data calls and consolidating budget “builds” annually

· Experience in developing, implementing, or managing budget and financial management policy within an organization

Preferred Skills and Experience:

· Takes INITIATIVE, FOLLOWS-THRU on tasks and produces RESULTS

· Knowledge of Department of Defense (DoD) budget and finance tool suites – DoD SMART, BAERS GFEBS, Navy ERP or SAP

· Advanced level skill and experience with Microsoft Excel

· Excellent verbal and written communications skills; ability to communicate with wide range of personalities

· Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi- task; high customer service focus with attention to detail, accuracy, and on-time delivery

· Direct client support experience

· Federal consulting experience

· Proficient in the entire MS Office suite

Position responsibilities may include:

· Weekly Executive view of Status of Funds reports

· Weekly Project Execution Reports

· Annual Planning Figure Change Requests

· Fund Authorization Document Requests

· Spend Plan adjustments

· Monitoring Execution and preparing recommended courses of action to meet performance metrics

Education and/or Experience:

· Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or similar discipline

· At least 6 years of consecutive experience in budget and financial management

Employee Benefits:

· 401k

· Medical, Dental, & Vision Benefits

· Training

· Long-Term & Short-Term Disability

· Life Insurance

· 3 weeks PTO + Holidays

· Salary dependent on skills and experience

Working Conditions/Physical Demands:

· Work is performed at the client site in Falls Church, VA (Limited Remote Options Available).110

New Haven Promise (NHP), in its 10th year, is a scholarship, student support, and career launch nonprofit critical to the economic vitality of the city of New Haven, CT. With top New Haven institutional leaders serving on its board that includes – Yale, Yale New Health System, The Community Foundation of Greater New Haven, the city mayor and several regional university presidents  – this dynamic social impact entity is focused on building a culture in the public schools and the city in which students aspire to attend and graduate from college; provide financial incentives and support for college students; and facilitate the return of Promise alumni to live, work and serve in the greater New Haven community. Promise builds a supportive partner community in New Haven where all young people gain the education and experience required to function productively in a knowledge-based economy in the region. New Haven Promise, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is a first-of-its kind program in Connecticut dedicated to providing college scholarship support to students in the Greater New Haven area.

 

Reporting to the President, the Director of Development is a hands-on leadership position responsible for creating and improving all development efforts, as well as executing all aspects of internal development operations including major gifts, special events, corporate and foundation giving, direct response, alumni giving, appeals for specific needs and in-kind support.  Successful candidates will also oversee public relations activities relating to fundraising and manage fundraising reporting and annual budget proposals. 

 

The successful candidate will also be responsible for supporting the President and volunteer leadership in their process of identifying, cultivating and soliciting  major gift prospects.

 

NHP is open to considering candidates who have deep relationship-building experience with prominent New Haven area citizens, outside of formal fundraising positions. 

 

Candidates must have:

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • Minimum of 5 years of hands on, successful experience in grant writing and fundraising

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and solid experience with fundraising databases

  • Excellent interpersonal, managerial, analytical, organizational and communication skills (both oral and written).

  • Capable of both big picture thinking, as well as executing on the details.

  • Flexible and enthusiastic; persistent in overcoming obstacles.

  • Ability to think and act independently, as well as collaborate with a team.

  • Strong code of ethics and a healthy sense of humor.

We are currently looking for an individual who is willing to perform a variety of community development assignments in support of management in counseling services among clients of the agencies and community liaison/development/advocacy. The pay rate is up to $15/hr.

The main responsibilities are:

  • Provide intake, information, assistance, counseling and follow-up services to improve or enhance the quality of life to seniors by using written and oral communication skills, and interviewing skills.
  • Provide assistance with data collection, statistical and narrative reports and other administrative functions to assure the program goals and objectives are achieved.
  • Maintain interagency work relationships, in order to coordinate the delivery of services and visibility of the unit by using interpersonal relationship skills and demonstrating knowledge of other agencies functions.
  • Performs other tasks and duties as assigned which may not be specifically listed in the class specification or position description, but which fall within the general occupational category and responsibility level typically associated with the incumbent’s class work.

Additional Requirements:

  • Some traveling is required
  • Bachelors degree in Psychology/Family Health/Criminal Justice/Pre-Law
  • Must have case management experience
  • One to three years of experience required
The HR SOURCE is looking for Diversity Consultants. Here’s what we’re looking for:
 
Diversity Consultant 1:
 
The HR SOURCE has recently received a number of requests for Diversity services. We are currently seeking Consultants who are passionate about Diversity and inclusion and have 5-20 years of experience delivering and/or facilitating programs on a variety of D&I topics such as Unconscious Bias, Microaggressions, The Multigenerational Workplace, Diversity Recruiting, Anti-Racism, etc. The consultant must also have experience assisting companies to strategically develop and implement D&I programs within their organizations, have the ability to conduct cultural and/or organizational audits to assist clients in identifying change needed to build inclusive workplace cultures and the ability to analyze data and write and deliver reports regarding audit and survey results. If this sounds like you please send your resume and give us a call.
 
Diversity Consultant 2:
 
Diversity Consultant needed to lead 3-4-month DEI project for a small association.  The successful candidate will have at least 10 years of consulting experience in the diversity space guiding organizations through the implementation and integration of diversity and inclusion into the fabric of the organization. The current focus of this project  is to assess the organization’s progress on their diversity initiative which was implemented 18 months ago.  This will include reviewing initial survey results, administering a new survey, analyzing, reporting, and making recommendations based on the new results.  The client may also begin the process of looking at equity issues within the organization.  Candidates must have experience in the following areas:  (1)  DEI assessment and strategic planning; 2) facilitation and consultation, (3) professional coaching, (4) staff training and (5) assisting organizations to identify, evaluate, negotiate, and recommend opportunities for DEI initiatives.  Must be able to provide summaries and references for 3 clients where similar work has been successfully performed. 

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