Consumer Safety Inspector -5,000 Dollar Sign On Bonus
Quality Assurance / Control
17 mins ago
YOU WILL/MAY: Ensure.....
Ensure that regulated establishments produce a safe product by executing appropriate inspection methods, determining non-compliance with regulatory requirements, documenting noncompliance and initiating enforcement action, where warranted.
Verify that meat and poultry slaughter and/or processing establishment's Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures (SSOP) and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) Plans meet regulatory requirements.
Execute Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures (SSOP) and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) Plans effectively to prevent unsanitary conditions and adulteration of product.
Review records, observe plant operations and conduct hands-on verification to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and prepare detailed documentation (Non-Compliance Records) of non-compliance with regulatory requirements.
Determine when regulatory control action is necessary. You will assess whether the plant's corrective or preventative actions are acceptable and effective, if there are trends in non-compliance, or if enforcement action is warranted.
Conduct regulatory oversight activities inside plants in matters relating to other consumer protections (e.g., economic adulteration and misbranding).
Have contact with plant managers, owners and others to explain legal and regulatory requirements, discuss operation of the plant's SSOP, HACCP plan and other food safety programs.
Communicate and defend determinations on non-compliance issues and discuss plans for addressing non-compliance.
Work with a variety of individuals to resolve problems, clarify differences of interpretation concerning HACCP and other food safety or consumer protection requirements.
Advise other Agency inspectors, supervisors and officers on inspection and enforcement matters for which you are involved.
Conduct various samplings, surveys and tests to obtain pertinent data on potential problem areas, industry trends, or other issues of current interest to the Agency.
Be involved in performing health and safety verification sampling and tests for detection of specific microbes (e.g., salmonella, listeria, etc.), residues or contaminants.
Assure that products approved for import are in full compliance with all applicable Federal regulations governing the importation of meat and poultry products.
Authorize entry of all meat or poultry products considered to comply with Federal regulations or refuse entry of any products which violate any of the requirements for admission into this country.
Coordinate with other Federal agencies (e.g., the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on such matters as animal health restrictions and refused entry lots.
Responsible for the implementation of the District’s Knowle.....
Responsible for the implementation of the District’s Knowledge Management Program which includes planning the processes and procedures for an effective and viable program.
Provides coordination and oversight for all knowledge management functions.
Recommends actions to senior staff to improve overall use of Knowledge Management and acts as a proponent for the sharing and distribution of knowledge.
Identifies records that are vital to the continuity of operations in case of disaster and ensures procedures and processes are in place to ensure the accessibility of these records during emergency operations.
Trains new employees and provides refresher training in knowledge management requirements.
Provides record management instruction and plans and performs organizational inspections for district offices.
Ensures records containing personal data are restricted and safeguarded from potential loss or compromise of Personally Identifiable Information (PII).
Advises records management coordinators on preparation of material for disposal or transfer and the preparation of reports.
Ensures compliance with appropriate record keeping regulatory guidance for the life-cycle management of records.
As an AIRCRAFT MECHANIC LEADER, WL-8852-10, you will: Monitors the.....
As an AIRCRAFT MECHANIC LEADER, WL-8852-10, you will:
Monitors the work of assigned personnel, sets the pace, passes along assignments, and assures that materials, tools, equipment, and stock are available.
Works along with aircraft mechanics and specialist personnel performing journeyman work as required. Perform readiness evaluations, inspections, and command support exercises
Advises the supervisor of overall work operations, status and progress of work, causes for delays, problems encountered, and individual performance (e.g., additional on-the-job training requirements for individual employees).
On a daily basis, recommends adjustments in work schedules to provide optimum utilization of personnel in support of functional requirements.
Registered Nurse - Ambulatory Care Clinical Coordinator
Health / Beauty / Fitness
40 mins ago
The VA Midwest Health Care Network advocates for a Whole Health System.....
The VA Midwest Health Care Network advocates for a Whole Health System of care in each of the Medical Centers. This is an approach to healthcare that empowers and equips people to take charge of their health and well-being and live their lives to the fullest. As an employee operating in a Whole Health System of care, you will operate in a model with three core elements, seeking to create a personalized health plan for each Veteran. This is done in the context of healing relationships and healing environments and a connection back to the Veteran's community. This aligns with the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Mission Statement to Honor America's Veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being.
The Ambulatory Care (CBOC) Clinical Coordinator is responsible for performing key duties in the areas of administration, supervision, management analysis, and day to day operational management of the ambulatory care site. This includes programmatic evaluation; evaluation of clinic work flow and the continuum of care; management of resources such as staff, space, and equipment; oversight of nursing care; quality assurance, quality improvement activities, and performance measures; and ensuring compliance with Joint Commission and other regulatory agencies. The incumbent works independently and collaboratively with the Ambulatory Care SL Nurse Administrator, Ambulatory Care Director, and the Administrative Officer (AO) for Ambulatory Care in improving holistic care through collaborative strategies. During the absence of the AO, he/she is responsible for ensuring a safe, well-maintained working environment, identifying needed maintenance, and following through to correction, working with Contracting Officer's Representative, lessor, and contractors. The incumbent is responsible for planning, organizing, initiating, and directing administrative and clinical program functions which impact the patient care process within the site, integrating VHA and service line goals and objectives into the operation of the site. The Clinical Coordinator serves as an organizational steward; integral to which is the promotion of interdisciplinary outcome-based practice, customer service and satisfaction, and quality of care. The Clinical Coordinator provides education and training, to include new employee orientation. He/she demonstrates knowledge of the PACT (Patient Aligned Care Team) practice model and actively works toward achieving PACT goals. Works with other team members to educate patients on disease prevention and wellness promotion facilitation of teaching Health Living Classes (Shared Medical Appointments), individual disease awareness classes or referral for other appropriate VA classes, and utilization of Population Health principles. The Clinical Coordinator has the responsibility of building and maintaining positive public relations and contacts with various individuals at all levels of authority. He/she collaborates with other executives in the organization in making decisions about health care services, settings, and organizational priorities in order to meet the needs of the consumers. The Clinical Coordinator actively participates in programmatic development, evaluation, and implementation of policies and procedures in current and new programs. It is the responsibility of the Clinical Coordinator to create a work environment that facilitates and encourages critical thinking and interdisciplinary collaboration. He/she is direct supervisor to nursing and other allied health staff assigned to the site. He/she is visible and available to front line staff on a day-to-day basis. The Clinic Coordinator will be the main back-up for the RN Case Manager, LPN, and lab tech positions at this location.
Pay: Competitive salary, regular salary increases, potential for performance awards Paid Time Off: 50 days of paid time off per year (26 days of annual leave, 13 days of sick leave, 11 paid Federal holidays per year) Retirement: Traditional federal pension (5 years vesting) and federal 401K with up to 5% in contributions by VA Insurance: Federal health/vision/dental/term life/long-term care (many federal insurance programs can be carried into retirement) Licensure: 1 full and unrestricted license from any US State or territory
Work Schedule: Mon - Fri 7:30am-4:00pm Telework: Not Available Virtual: This is not a virtual position. Relocation/Recruitment Incentives: Not Authorized Permanent Change of Station (PCS): Not Authorized Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
The primary purpose of this position is: This is an Air Reserve Techni.....
The primary purpose of this position is: This is an Air Reserve Technician (ART) position, the primary purpose of the position is to perform ordnance equipment mechanic duties encompassing requirements and responsibilities from all duty sections within a munitions storage area. The position also maintains home station readiness and trains reservists in the accomplishment of these tasks.
1. Munitions Inspection: Performs surveillance inspection duties IAW TO 11A-1-10 on all munitions stock, issued and returned custody munitions, and inspects and certifies munitions residue and Munitions Potentially Presenting Explosives Hazard (MPPEH) turned-in to the stock record account to determine serviceability, potential hazards, and accountability. 2. Conventional Munitions Maintenance (CMM): Assembles/Disassembles, performs maintenance/test & repair, handles and transports ammunition, rockets, unguided and guided weapons and countermeasures, demolition material, and other types of conventional ordnance. 3. Accountability: Implements management controls for munitions assets, records munitions transactions, and manages allocations, stock levels, inventories, requisition, and disposition of munitions. 4. Munitions Storage: Warehouses munitions stocks, maintains storage area infrastructure and facilities, vehicles, and equipment to ensure mission support. 5. Line Delivery: Stores, handles, and transports ammunition, rockets, unguided and guided weapons, countermeasures, demolition material, and other types of conventional ordnance.
This Assistant Federal Security Director - Screening position is locat.....
This Assistant Federal Security Director - Screening position is located at MIA, Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Duties include but are not limited to:
Mitigate threats against aviation and other transportation sectors by providing leadership and direction to TSA personnel engaged in screening operations.
Serve as principal advisor to the Federal Security Director (FSD) on all operational matters.
Develop, plan, coordinate, and implement policy that supports screening operations, customer service, and stakeholder programs. Implement and measure performance of screening standards and security programs.
Provide oversight of passenger, baggage, air cargo security screening operations, airport security risk assessments, security technology implementation, preventative maintenance, crisis management, communications network protection, and other related programs as directed by the FSD.
Facilitate and communicate the receipt, utilization, and delivery of intelligence information, incident reports, and other appropriate information to the workforce.
Identify intelligence resources for use by staff to strengthen security posture. Participate in briefings concerning classified information.
Model and work with leadership team to develop and maintain workforce command presence and professional appearance.
Create and lead a collaborative culture that encourages engagement and networking. Leverage shared expertise at all levels to mitigate security threats.
Evaluate threat mitigation strategies and tactics using risk assessment concepts and tools, including "threat, vulnerability, and consequence".
Determine effectiveness and recommend adjustments as needed.
Practice, promote, and implement programs that reinforce critical thinking skills, specialized communication tactics, and improve the ability of the workforce to make independent, security based decisions by using available intelligence, critical thinking, experience, observation, and passenger engagement.
Develop and maintain a calm, controlled operational environment in order to enhance the workforce's ability to mitigate security threats.
Create a work environment in which employees at every level are valued and encouraged to raise issues and voice concerns without retaliation or fear of reprisal.
Ensure that their organization applies and promotes the Integrated Conflict Management System (ICMS) core principles and complies with applicable standards.
Mentor teams at all levels and provide constructive feedback that recognizes positive behavior and promotes individual improvement, growth, and confidence.
Provide management and technical oversight to staff members and perform related supervisory functions (e.g., performance evaluation, administration of leave, discipline, training, awards, and recognition).
Interact with stakeholders to identify and resolve operational issues.
May perform tasks/assume responsibilities for the FSD during their absence.
Emergency Essential Position: This position is designated as an Emergency Essential (EE) position. This designation requires the employee to remain in a duty status if an emergency arises.
Incumbent serves as a consultant and instructor on a variety of WFL to.....
Incumbent serves as a consultant and instructor on a variety of WFL topics and issues (see programs break-out below). Provides informative and tangible advice, assistance, and instruction to address customer concerns, needs and requirements associated with Navy-life (deployment/separation; frequent relocation, transitioning from military to civilian life, etc.).
Gathers data, compiles statistics, reports progress and makes recommendations to the supervisor on program planning, agency coordination and follow-up procedures for use at installation, regional and DoD levels. Evaluates, interprets and acts upon data received through customer interviews, general research provided by other agencies/academia, and community based resources. Implement, monitor, document and track service provisions to evaluate and ensure client satisfaction and effectiveness.
Works independently and/or with other FFSC staff to provide guidance and training to deliver course curricula and prepare accompanying resource materials. Organizes and implements initiatives such as job fairs and executive career study groups that invite prospective employers to the installation. Specifically works with N9 functional areas by facilitating joint program events and presentations in N9 recreation, lodging, housing, barracks and other facilities. May serve on various committees and councils to optimize viewpoints related to military life.
Develops, coordinates, conducts and evaluates workshops, seminars, general military training, etc., for customers within specific areas of responsibility ( i.e., Career and Transition Support, Deployment Support, Personal Financial Management, Relocation Assistance, Information and Referral, etc.). Identifies and develops local networks with military and community agencies to enhance program delivery to ensure local services are adjusted to accommodate identified trends/issues. Maintains relationships with on-and- off base agencies, private organizations, advisory councils, special interest groups and other resources that may be beneficial in supporting program initiatives. Conducts needs assessments to address programmatic changes, using interview data and changing demographics to identify and analyze local and national trends and issues. Develops operating policies and procedures, programs, classes /seminars, promotions, integrated program delivery with other installation /region /agency staff. Periodically reviews interventions with the first line supervisor, FFSC WFL Supervisor or FFSC Director to recommend resolutions for customer issues.
Prepares and assists in informative/instructional presentations, correspondence and binding agreements such as memoranda of understanding to formalize agreements and roles.
Designs and/or establishes effective ongoing public information, marketing, and public relations campaign that promote participation in programs.
What will I do in this position if hired? In this position, you.....
What will I do in this position if hired?
In this position, you will serve as an Emergency Management Specialist for the Region 6 Response Division. Typical assignments include:
Providing daily and event situation awareness of Regional Disaster activity.
Collecting and analyzing information, to be documented, archived and published as operations orders.
Providing incident support via Regional Response Coordination Center (RRCC)
Supporting RRCC activations and training regional Incident Management Assistance Teams (IMATs)
Conducting Preliminarily Damage Assessment support to Recovery operations.
What else do I need to know?
At FEMA, our mission is to help people before, during and after disasters, and every employee at FEMA has a role in emergency management. Every FEMA employee has regular and recurring emergency management responsibilities, though not every position requires routine deployment to disaster sites. All positions are subject to recall around the clock for emergency management operations, which may require irregular work hours, work at locations other than the official duty station, and may include duties other than those specified in the employee's official position description. Travel requirements in support of emergency operations may be extensive in nature (weeks to months), with little advance notice, and may require employees to relocate to emergency sites with physically austere and operationally challenging conditions.
This announcement is for a position as a CORE (Cadre of On-Call Response/Recovery Employee). CORE employees are full-time employees hired to directly support the response and recovery efforts related to disasters. Appointments to CORE positions are typically between two years and four years in duration and may be renewed based upon workload needs and funding availability. Employees are hired under the Robert T. Stafford Act and are excluded from the provisions of title 5, United States Code, governing jobs in the competitive service. They can be hired under a streamlined process instead of a competitive process. After three years of continuous service, Stafford Act employees may be granted competitive eligibility to apply for permanent full-time positions at FEMA.
FEMA is committed to ensuring that its workforce reflects the diversity of the nation. At FEMA, our workforce includes the many identities, races, ethnicities, backgrounds, abilities, ages, cultures, and beliefs of the people we serve. To learn about FEMA’s ongoing diversity and inclusion efforts, reasonable accommodation process, and the FEMA Core Values, please visit www.fema.gov.
Demonstrated clinical competence in providing comprehensive assessments, diagnosing and treating the diabetic foot a. Ability to perform surgical procedures on the foot consistent with board-certification and/ or level of clinical expertise. b. Educates others in the assessment, treatment, management and evaluation of foot and ankle disorders. c. Capable of completing all administrative duties and record keeping including patient progress notes in a timely and professional manner. d. Willingness and ability to engage in research oriented towards patient outcomes. e. Provide care in the most cost-effective manner while ensuring that access to care is available when the Veteran needs it. Work Schedule: TBD Service Travel: less than 25% Relocation/Recruitment Incentives: May be authorized for highly qualified applicants
As a SHEET METAL MECHANIC (AIRCRAFT), WG-3806-5/8/10, duties include:.....
As a SHEET METAL MECHANIC (AIRCRAFT), WG-3806-5/8/10, duties include:
(1) Independently inspects aircraft and determines the nature and extent of repairs to be made, using applicable technical orders as guidelines. Works directly on the aircraft and its components, fulfilling such tasks as removal, repair, modification and installation of parts and assemblies, such as frames, stringers, longerons, bulkheads, beams, ribs, spars, skin, cowling, brackets, faring, access doors, panels and other related items. May be required to clear red"X" conditions.
(2) Repairs cracks in aircraft skin. Fabricates and fits patches to damaged areas, determining repair detail necessary to retain or restore original strength. Fits and trims components to aircraft such as landing gear doors, control surfaces, flaps access doors and other assemblies. Seals structures to make them pressure, water and weather tight.
(3) Troubleshoots aircraft structural repair situations in such areas as fuselage, tails, wings, cowlings, and stabilizers. Removes, forms, fits, and installs highly stressed and double contoured skins, using hand or powered drilling and cutting tools and other metalworking equipment. Determines shear and bearing load factors during rivet replacement. Installs heads up, regular, heat treated, high shear, and blind type aircraft rivets and fasteners, using pneumatic riveters, special tools and bucking bars. Removes damaged or broken fasteners and receptacles.
(4) Aligns and balances component structures and air frame using precision measuring instruments and levels. Performs metal-to-metal bonding where delamination of surfaces and core material occurs in control surfaces.
(5) Inspects damage or deterioration and determines repair or replacement of plastic, fiberglass, composites, bonded structures, and bonded honeycomb assemblies using powered and non powered tools and equipment. Repairs or replaces retaining frames and installs plastic laminated blanks. Designs and constructs forming fixtures.
(6) Manufactures and ensures that metal tubing, conduits and cables are fabricated and tested in accordance with drawings and specifications. Fabricates and repairs flexible control cables.
(7) Performs fabrication of local manufactured items requited for aircraft and equipment. Work includes layout, bending, cutting, forming and assembling. Devise and calculates patterns employing the principles of triangulation, radial and parallel line development.
(8) Sets up and operates power shears, brakes, rolls, dimpling machines, drill presses, saws, portable powered tools, specific detection and measuring equipment, and other metal working equipment, including use of other tools of the trade. Requisitions necessary supplies and equipment for the activity.
(9) Prepares and designs layout, dies, jigs, and templates necessary to carry out fabrication repair or modification of aircraft, engine, AGE, and other equipment. Works from blueprints, technical orders diagrams, and work orders.
(10) Identifies metal corrosion. Performs necessary testing to identify type corrosion present by examination with magnifying equipment, chemical and mechanical methods and treats aircraft engines, in accordance with applicable technical publications. Ensures that work assignments received from supervisor or maintenance control are accomplished in a timely manner.
(11) Removes corrosion by mechanical and chemical procedures to include use of portable powered (electric and pneumatic) sanders, buffers, brushes, bead blasters, vacuum cleaners, scrapers, grinders, acids, caustics, solvents, alcohols and other agents used in corrosion control processes. Treats metal with chemical procedures, such as acids and caustics for passivation and etching, to protect metal from oxidation. Performs such functions as pickling of metals to prepare for good bonding with primer coat of protective materials.
(12) Applies protective coatings, markings, and decals after proper removal of corrosion and treatment of metals. Uses conventional paint spray equipment, electrostatic spray equipment, brushes and special applicators when applying primers and surface coatings.(
13) Identifies, blends, stores, controls, and disposes of hazardous materials such as acids, caustics, alcohols, solvents,cleaners, primers and surface coatings used for corrosion removal, treatment and protection in accordance with applicable directives.
(14) May operate the wash rack. Accomplishes corrosion and washing inspections within schedule provided to ensure compliance withthe monthly and weekly maintenance plan. May conduct training on proper methods and procedures of wash rack operations.
(15) May assist in training of drill status guard members and in maintenance of publication files of applicable technical orders,regulations, manuals and local directives.
Serves as a Computer Assisted Ordering Technician in a commissary stor.....
Serves as a Computer Assisted Ordering Technician in a commissary store at a Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) facility. The primary purpose of this position is Maintain accurate perpetual inventory balance on hand (BOH) levels which in turn determines optimum ordering quantities and ensures product availability for patrons. .Position responsibilities include:
Maintains the Computer Assisted Ordering (CAO) system with current, accurate data to ensure optimal order quantities are calculated necessary to sustain customer demands.
Uses radio-frequency hand-held terminals to gather data necessary to update and adjust inventory
Records and updates Balance on Hand (BOH) data; maintains perpetual inventory and audits credits
Performs daily inventory audit of items not-in-stock and overwrite items
Evaluates stock levels of all CAO categories daily by physically reviewing the storage and display shelf locations, shippers and warehouse.
Interfaces with all levels of management and deals directly with commercial distributor/vendor stocking representatives on issues affecting CAO
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Food Preparation Works independently to prepare and cook a variety of.....
Food Preparation Works independently to prepare and cook a variety of items including regular and therapeutic diet (diabetic, low sodium, low protein, gluten free, etc.) entrees and dessert items. Follows menus, production sheets and recipes to prepare items in the quantity needed. Cooks hot cereals, concentrated or dehydrated soups, sauces, gravies. Grills eggs, hamburgers, meat patties, pancakes, French toast; makes cold sandwich fillings and assembles a variety of sandwiches. Uses a variety of methods to prepare meats, fish, and poultry including broiling, roasting, baking, frying, boiling, steaming, stewing, braising, and grilling Slices meat items by hand confirming to specific size requirements or weight specifications. Prepares fresh, canned, and frozen vegetables; bakes frozen potatoes, pre-made cookie dough, muffin batters. Prepares and heats convenience items; prepares pureed foods and adjusts consistency with thickeners. Washes, peels and cuts fruits and vegetables by hand or machine. Assembles and mixes salad ingredients and dessert items including gelatin molds and fruit crisps. Plans cooking processes to produce complete meals on time and at the proper temperature which may require coordination of cooking several items with different cooking times. Food Safety/Sanitation Follows sanitary food handling procedures; covers, labels and dates food items; utilize or discard ingredients by expiration date. Disassembles and assembles component parts and accessories for cleaning. Cleans, stores and maintains all kitchen utensils, equipment and work areas practicing a "clean as you go" concept. Cleans and sanitizes assigned work areas: worktables, sinks, blast chillers, racks, carts. Achieves certification in food safety such as ServSafe and is able to apply knowledge of food safety, food temperatures, etc. Operates dish machine; checks detergent level and water temperature before washing and sanitizing cook's equipment. Checks equipment to make sure it is free of food residue and soap. Cleans ovens, combi oven/steamer, slicer, mixer, steam kettles, grill daily. Food Storage Receives, rotates and stores perishable and non-perishable items according to service policies. Removes outdated or damaged goods from stock. Labels all food items with contents and dates per labeling guidelines. Weighs, measures, and assembles ingredients accurately and according to standardized recipes or requisitions. Monitor and maintain proper spacing of food products from floor, ceiling and shelving to ensure adequate air flow and spacing of products for optimal food safety. Monitor for signs of pest notifying the appropriate individual as determined by your local policy.
Work Schedule: 3-7pm, may vary based on agency needs Position Description Title/PD#: Cook/PD99818S Physical Requirements: Is subject to continuous standing, walking, frequent bending, reaching, pushing, and pulling. Lifts or moves objects weighing up to 40 lbs. unassisted and occasionally lifts or moves objects weighing more than 40 lbs. with assistance of a lifting device or other workers. Manipulates cumbersome, heavy objects, such as washing stainless steel mixing bowls, pushing heavy carts on casters or operating heavy equipment. Possesses manual dexterity to operate equipment and to handle sharp knives and blades safely. Utilizes eye-hand coordination and the ability to concentrate and react quickly to serve food and operate equipment.
Duties and Responsibilities: Receives and confirms room reservations b.....
Duties and Responsibilities: Receives and confirms room reservations by letter, telephone, email, or personal contact. Registers and assigns rooms to guests, makes and issues room keys, and may escort guests to rooms as needed. Ensures that only authorized patrons use government-sponsored quarters. Calculates and posts charges to patrons' accounts and balances totals with control records. Accepts payment, makes change, and presents departing guests checkout statements. Prepares and safeguards cash receipts, prepares daily cashier's report, daily activity report, and may prepare consolidated daily activity report. Maintains current checkout list. Maintains and sells sundry sales items to patrons. Maintains a professional appearance and demeanor at all times. Ensures required information is received from guest and entered into guest folio. Prints backup reports from property management system. Ensures housekeeping status of rooms is updated. Records and notifies appropriate person/organization of maintenance problems reported by guests. Ensure front desk area and lobby remains clean. Process Night Audit procedures and close credit card machines nightly. Maintains the lost and found program. Ensures that customer service is the first priority.