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The following is a list of current full time job opportunities for current MS and MBA students, as seen on Bauer Career Gateway. To apply for each opportunity, students have to be registered in the Bauer Career Gateway system.

 

Blinds.com

Inside Sales Consultant (Design Consultant)

Houston, Texas

Come see why Blinds.com is one of Houston's best place to work and learn why we love cake. Yes, cake! In fact, we're running out of space in our trophy case for all of the national awards we have won from call center management, to wellness. In 2013, we have had a record year with over $100 million in sales. We're seeking customer-focused individuals who can sell, and provide a world-class experience that keeps our customers coming back, even years later. As a Inside Sales Consultant (Design Consultant), you can say goodbye to cold calling, because your task is to respond to and take ownership of inbound customer interactions. Your goal is to provide the right solution that makes it surprisingly easy and exciting for all stakeholders of the business. Customers will keep calling you back because they love seeking your advice in making purchases. Reach for new heights while seeking to continuously improve all phases of your sales and service approach. Use your unique skill-set to maintain and exceed sales standards set by Blinds.com to "WOW" each and every person you interact with. Still interested?


Stripes LLC

General Manager Trainee

Texas

LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN MANAGEMENT TODAY! Stripes is looking for enthusiastic recent college graduates that have a strong desire to lead a team of dedicated employees inside one of our retail and restaurant locations. The General Manager Training Program is designed to launch the career development of the participants; exposing them to all aspects of our retail and restaurant business through a structured and dynamic learning experience. Upon successful completion of the program, the participant will be prepared to oversee a single retail/restaurant location as a General Manager. This in-depth, hands-on training program offers a dynamic learning approach through formal training as well as on-the-job learning. The program stretches over a period of 10 weeks in which the participants will be provided with real responsibility, while being immersed in an environment where they will gain exposure to all aspects of our retail and restaurant business. This position will report directly to the Area Manager. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES • Directly drives sales and profits in a high volume, complex location. • Oversees and ensures that the overall store condition complies with company standards including; cleanliness, store and foodservice - fast, friendly and delicious, sanitation, customer service and merchandising – thereby maximizing store profitability, expense control, inventory levels and shortage control. • Manage quality and consistent marketing and merchandising of store and food service programs. • Fosters a coaching environment where team members want to excel and are recognized for their achievements. • Provides Stripes Friendly customer service by greeting and assisting customers, and responding to customer inquiries and concerns. • Serves customers by maintaining our Stripes Friendly philosophy, supported by a value proposition that every experience will be fast, friendly and delicious. • Maintains 100% in-stock excellence on top selling items. • Ensures team members are current on product offerings and promotions. • Engages with merchandising team to suggest ways to increase sales, expand markets, and promote business. • Plans and implements marketing campaigns and sales promotions, and prepare merchandise displays. • Monitors sales activities through cashier analysis to ensure that customers receive exceptional customer service. • Examines merchandise to ensure that it is correctly priced and displayed. • Drives sales and profits in a high volume, complex location. • Analyzes financial data including but not limited to profit and loss statements, shortages, cashier analysis to identify business opportunities and increase sales. • Plans, implements and enforces Company policies, goals and programs. • Ensures quality and consistent implementation of all marketing, merchandising, foodservice and gasoline programs maintaining an awareness of safety and security and high level of store appearance. • Promotes technology utilization and improved efficiencies. • Plans and prepares work schedules to provide the best possible level of customer service. • Performs other duties as assigned. • Builds strong, sales focused teams through recruiting, hiring, training and coaching to develop top performing team members. • Delegates and supervises team members in all store responsibilities. • Coaches team members on how to handle difficult and complicated situations. • Leads efforts to improve team usage of technology and learning Stripes business


GEICO

Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) Operations Management

Nationwide

Are you looking for a rotational management program that will utilize your degree and further develop your leadership ability? If you answered "yes," then our Emerging Leaders program may be a great place for you to launch your career. As an Emerging Leader in the business operations track, you will have opportunities to make real contributions to GEICO’s bottom line. You'll work one-on-one with a mentor and interact with senior executives. We'll teach you the ins and outs of our industry-leading company, and support your professional development while you gain hands-on leadership experience. Throughout your program, you will have the great fortune to experience various aspects of our operations, including sales, customer service, claims, underwriting and planning. A typical day will depend on the discipline in which you are currently working! During the sales rotation, we'll show you what it takes to sell a GEICO policy. After completing your training and obtaining your insurance license, you will begin offering rate quotes and selling our exceptional products. In customer service, you'll learn how we keep millions of policyholders satisfied and what makes our service associates remarkable. Your rotation through claims will teach you how to investigate minor to major accidents, identify fraud and manage risk. Each rotation includes a chance to job shadow, develop your coaching and supervisory skills, and work on special projects. When you successfully finish your program, you’ll be ready for a future with enormous potential! Our goal is to place you in a position of significant responsibility within our business operations. Candidate Qualifications: * Bachelor's degree in business, computer science or related field * Master's degree and MBA graduates are encouraged to apply * At least a 3.50 overall GPA in undergrad and graduate studies * Very good analytical and problem-solving skills * Effective written and verbal communication skills * Demonstrated leadership experience * High level of dependability * Desire to one day become a manager * Willingness to relocate * Permanent U.S. work authorization


GEICO

Emerging Leadership Program (ELP) Information Technology

Chevy Chase (Washington, DC Metro Area) Maryland

Emerging Leaders Program Information Technology Track Rotational Leadership Development Program Chevy Chase, Maryland (Corporate Headquarters) This career track is well suited for computer science, computer engineering, and information systems majors. Are you graduating with a technical degree, but looking for a company that will help develop you into a business leader? If you answered "yes," then our Emerging Leaders program may be a great place for you to launch your career. As an Emerging Leader in the Information Technology track, you'll make real contributions to GEICO's bottom line, while interacting with senior executives and associates at all levels. This highly selective program will teach you the ins and outs of our industry-leading company. We’ll support your professional development while you gain hands-on technical and management experience. During this three-year program, you'll learn our business by working on projects, attending business meetings, leading teams, and rotating through our Information Services, Systems Operations, and Internet Business departments. Projects you could work on include database upgrades and business analyses, development and design, new application rollouts, data migration and project management. Technologies we currently use include Java, C++, VB.net, Oracle, UNIX, J2EE and SQL. When you finish your program, you'll be ready for a future with enormous potential! Our goal is to place you in a position of significant responsibility within the technology-operations of our company. Requirements for this program include: • Bachelor's degree in a technical field • At least a 3.5 overall GPA in undergrad and graduate studies • Understanding of business practices • Very good analytical and problem-solving skills • Effective written and verbal communication skills • Demonstrated leadership experience • High level of dependability • Desire to one day become a manager • Permanent U.S. work authorization


P2 Energy Solutions

Sales Operations Analyst

Houston, TX

"Empowering the People Who Power the World" P2 Energy Solutions empowers the people who power the world. P2 is the world's largest software and technology company dedicated to the upstream oil and gas industry, with solutions spanning the entire value chain from exploration to decommissioning. More than 1,500 companies use P2 products and services daily to improve decision-making, gain clarity into complex workflow scenarios, and optimize upstream efficiency. With more than 80 years of experience in data and 30 years in software, P2 has offices around the world, and employs over 700 people. We have an opportunity for a Sales Operations Analyst. If you exhibit accountability, leadership, independence, superior knowledge, and strong influencing and mentoring skills, we would love to have you on our team! You must be flexible and excited about working in a fast-paced, high-performance company, have proven communication and organizational skills, and be willing and able to focus on both internal and external customer service to meet business needs. The successful employee at P2 is motivated, dedicated, and constantly working to deliver a great experience for our customers. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • System administration, support and training for the Sales organization’s core applications (Salesforce.com and Oracle CPQ Cloud/BigMachines) to include configuration and process documentation for end users • Project lead for various projects designed to drive efficiency into Sales organization including best practices • Support and documentation of sales processes; organizing and/or updating existing processes and maintaining repository for all sales tools documentation • Inter departmental liaison for initiatives and processes as it relates to Sales and Sales Operations • Handle multiple jobs tasks with varying priorities


SQA LABS INC

JAVA/JEE Developer

United States

Job Description: JAVA/JEE Developer will develop or customize software for client/server use. The Java/JEE Developer’s role is to design, develop, implement, analyze, and troubleshoot software programs and applications. Responsibilities include: •Configuring •Coding •Developing •Documentation Common System Platform and System Knowledge: JAVA, SERVLET, Struts, Swing, Hibernate, EJB, JDBC, XML, JVM, JSP, JMS, Java Script, ECLIPSE, Restful / Soap WEB Services, SPRING Framework, JSF, WEB Methods, Glassfish, SVN, Maven, WEB Logic, Web Sphere, TOMCAT Apache Server, MYSQL, MS SQL Server, T-SQL, Oracle SQL, PLSQL, Stored Procedures, Functions, PHP, Unix Shell


SQA LABS INC

Business Intelligence Developer

United States

Information Systems, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, or related field. Job Description: The Business Intelligence Developer utilizes the latest business intelligence solutions including COGNOS and SQL Server to develop relational databases. Works with business users and customers throughout project life cycle for projects related to multidimensional data analysis and reporting solutions. Supports existing multidimensional cubes in order to create Analysis reports. Develops and delivers end user training for Business Intelligence solutions. Maintains user manuals, explores concepts such as web-based training, etc. Work with the Team to define, design, develop, and implement data processes, software and reporting solutions. Skills/Qualification: The ideal candidate will have prior knowledge of database concepts, and Master’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer


Elias Commercial Roof Systems

Sales Person

Houston

Sales person needed to network, promote, meet with potential clients, meet sales goals, work hand in hand with principal of firm to grow client base


Antra Inc

.Net Programmer Openings For Recent Graduates

Nation Wide

.Net Application Developer Job Requirements:- Job Function : IT - Software /Enterprise Application Development Industry : IT-Software Experience : 0 -3 Level : Entry Level/Fresher/experience Locations : PA, MD, TN, DE, CT, CA, NY, NJ, CA, VA Key Skills : SQL, PL/Sql, Database concepts, C++, OOP’s Concepts Qualifications: - Bachelors, Masters in Computer Science/ Computer Engineering/ Information Systems/Information Technology/ Electrical Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering. Job Description:- • Knowledge on OOP’s (Object-Oriented Program) concept and Technology skills. • Must have hands on .NET development experience and some database design experience. • Utilize established development tools, guidelines and conventions including but not limited to • Visual Studio, ASP.NET, SQL Server, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and C#/VB.NET • Responsible for coding, testing, and implementation of solutions within established standards and documentation guidelines. • Familiarity with object oriented design and development concepts. • Develop new functionality on our existing software products. • Participate in a small, experienced, energetic team on a rapid, agile development schedule • Good oral & written communication and interpersonal skills. • Perform enhancements, modifications and ongoing support for Company’s Information Systems. • Investigate and develop skills in new technologies • Assist in preparing cost/benefits analyses. • Open to Relocate. • Pre-Employment Training • As a part of our hiring process, we train our employees in the latest technologies that are currently hot in the market. These technologies are Java/J2EE, Microsoft Technologies like .NET, C# and SharePoint. • Employment Preparation Breakdown • 6-8 Weeks of Employment – based technical training which covers 2 Weeks of Soft – Skill Strengthening. Benefits:- 1) Training & Accommodation 2) H1 sponsorship 3) 70% of employee Health insurance covered. 4) 10 Paid Vacations If you are interested, Please send me your Update Resume at Mohsin.khan@antrainc.com or you can reach me at 571-449-2893. With Regards Mohsin Khan Phone: 571.449.2929 Ext : 3016 | Direct Line: 571.449.2893 | Fax: 703.738.7877 e-mail: mohsin.khan@antrainc.com | website: www.antrainc.com


Sunoco Logistics

Supervisor, Lease Marketing Analysis

Sugar Land, Texas

The Supervisor of Lease Acquisition and Analysis is a back office accounting position, created to help support the continued growth in this segment. The primary function of this position will be to manage the day to day operations of the Contract Administration and Lease Marketing Analysis group as well as assist in the development of improved processes and reports that will be required to support the growing business. The Lease Marketing Analysis group helps insure that the SXL is accurately reporting prices and volumes on crude purchases both for financial reporting and for customer relationship purposes. They are also critical to the setup and integration of all new lease purchasing activity. There will be two positions, each one will supervise lease analysis and contract administration activities for two of the four marketing regions. This position will be responsible for supervising a group of 7 to 9 professionals that deal with all phases of the lease acquisition back office function for two of our 4 marketing regions. Primary Responsibilities *Customer property and purchase contract setup and maintenance *Purchase customer interface and problem resolution *Direct responsibility to fully resolve purchase customer issues with SXL payments and related reporting *Contract analysis and creation for lease crude purchase contracts *Review and analysis of lease production run statements *Ad –hoc analysis (as required)


mcaConnect

Entry Level Microsoft Dynamics CRM Developer

Houston, TX

The Developer will be involved in all phases of the project life cycle from design to deployment; design, develop, test, analyze, and maintain software applications including integration with existing client systems. This individual will also provide documentation for solutions as required and work in a fluid team environment with other developers, analysts, project managers and client staff. While your primary function will be as a Developer, from time to time, we may also ask you to assist with other functions including sales and marketing, and general administration related activities. Position requires up to 20% travel. Responsibilities • Perform custom development of applications and enhancements to support Microsoft CRM implementation and/or custom development projects • Prepare system installations, configurations, customizations, design documentation, and user installation instructions • Build, test, and deploy data migrations and integrations between various application databases • Manage project scope, timeline, budget, and project deliverables


Branch Banking and Trust Company (BB&T)

Leadership Development Program-Audit Services

Winston-Salem, NC

BB&T Overview: BB&T is one of the largest financial services holding companies in the U.S. with $188 billion in assets and market capitalization of $28.4 billion.(June 30, 2014) Based in Winston-Salem, N.C., the company operates 1,844 financial centers in 12 states and Washington, D.C., and offers a full range of consumer and commercial banking, securities brokerage, asset management, mortgage and insurance products and services. A Fortune 500 company, BB&T is consistently recognized for outstanding client satisfaction by J.D. Power and Associates, the U.S. Small Business Administration, Greenwich Associates and others. More information about BB&T and its full line of products and services is available at www.bbt.com. LDP Overview: The Leadership Development Program (LDP) is a comprehensive, structured, training program providing future leaders of BB&T with a strong foundation in the financial services industry. The Program consists of intense classroom and on-the-job training with an emphasis in providing excellent client service. After successful completion of the training program, associates are prepared for positions with excellent opportunities for advancement. Training in the LDP focuses on several concentrations, including Audit Services. Traditionally, BB&T has two training programs in Winston-Salem, NC each year, one beginning in January, and one in July. We are seeking candidates interested in an Internal Audit Rotational Opportunity for the January and July 2015 LDP class. Audit Services Overview: The risk management and governance landscape continues to evolve within the financial services industry. For this reason, internal audit and risk management professionals are playing a vital role in helping BB&T manage the changes, while continuing to maintain shareholder confidence. Audit Services supports the efforts of the organization by providing independent and objective risk-based internal audit assurance. Through the evaluation of risk management and internal control activities, Audit Services’ purpose is to deliver timely and relevant assurance of risk management and control effectiveness in support of BB&T’s leadership responsibilities and objectives. Internal Audit teams work with a variety of departments including: • Credit Lines of Business (commercial, mortgage, corporate, etc.) • Insurance • Trust & Wealth • Information Technology • Many more Rotational Opportunities: LDP Associates in the Rotational Internal Audit Concentration will participate in three rotations on various audit teams to: • Develop exposure and awareness to BB&T lines of business • Develop an understanding of risk management/monitoring and internal controls • Analyze and evaluate existing systems, processes/controls and operating procedures • Monitor effectiveness of internal controls and reliability of financial information In addition to performing audit work, associates may receive support to pursue industry related certifications including Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Public Accountant and Certified Information Systems Auditor.


IMPAK Solutions

Software Support/Sales

Houston, TX

1. Software Support- Provide high quality first line of software support to end users on a variety of issues. Respond to and diagnoses problems through discussion with users; ensure a timely process through which problems are controlled. Respond to telephone calls, email and online request for technical support. Document, track and monitor the problem to ensure a timely resolution. 2. Provide remote or onsite software training for all end users. Help new clients with basic data entry tasks if the needs exists; Support and maintain effective relationship with all clients; 3. Provide ongoing assistance to our sales department through cold phone calls and email marketing. 4. Develop new business opportunities through existing clients network; 5. Regular client engagement that will increase client loyalty that will result in expanding revenues.


Calvetti Ferguson

Audit Associate

Houston, Texas

Associates perform a broad range of auditing, accounting and consulting activities for our clients.


mcaConnect

Entry Level Microsoft Dynamics CRM Consultant

Houston, TX

The Entry Level Microsoft Dynamics CRM Consultant is responsible for assisting Senior Consultants and Architects during the implementation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM projects for small, medium and large enterprises. The Consultant will be responsible for ensuring a successful solution is delivered on-time and on-budget and that the customers’ expectations are exceeded - quality and consistency is a must! He/she will provide configuration skills, functional knowledge and manage client relationships within context of individual role. While your primary function will be as a Consultant, from time to time, we may also ask you to assist with other functions including sales and marketing, and general administration related activities. Position requires up to 20% travel. Responsibilities • Customer Satisfaction • Assist the Senior Consultants and Architects when working with customers to understand their business requirements. Document the meetings, requirements and assist in preparing the deliverables for the customer. • Perform configuration, integration, testing, training, documentation and support for Dynamics CRM solutions that follow the mcaConnect methodology as designed by the Architect or Senior Consultant. • Communicate effectively in all mediums and to all levels within the organization • Perform CRM configurations in accordance with the Best Practices of mcaConnect and the project design document.


The Rand Group, LLC

Application Development Associate

Houston, Texas

Rand Group, LLC (RG) is a professional services firm that combines expertise in the areas of accounting, business process analysis and information technology to deliver business solutions that maximize efficiency and create measurable results. Our team of CPA's, Microsoft Certified System Developers and Microsoft Certified System Engineers drive solutions that integrate people, processes, and technology ensuring a better blueprint for business. RG was formed in 2003 by the acquisition of the technology consulting division of Hein & Associates, LLP, a national public accounting firm. Prior to the formation of RG, the same management team provided the service offering of TRG at Hein & Associates for 7 years. About the Opportunity: We are looking for interns/part-time/full-time Associates. An Associate typically is involved in the Build, Test, Deploy, and Support phases of a Team Project working under the supervision of the Team Leader (Vice President or Director) or his designee (Senior Manager or Manager) as follows: Participate as assigned on Team Projects. Specific assignments will vary with the nature of the project, but may include: • Document Customizations • Create and Validate SQL Service Reports • Assist in Development and Validation of Web Applications • Develop Test Cases • Configure Security • Support Clients Maintain a level of chargeability and realization within RG guidelines and the Personal Development Plan. This position has the potential to lead to continued part-time employment for consecutive semesters and a potential opportunity for full-time placement upon graduation.


Digital Intelligence Systems

Junior Blue Printer

Travel

Understanding short and long range inventory needs under constantly changing technological and program requirements. He/she shall consider usage, need, space and budget. Must be very familiar with use of MS Excel Must be polite yet assertive and take initiative to complete the assignment in the time allocated. Develops data, establishes levels and replenishment needs for different points of inventory storage – Distribution points, Supply closets, etc. Assists in planning and executes the organization of POU inventory location to satisfy people who consume the inventory and to be sensitive to total inventory status of commodity in relationship to changes in demand, funds, lead time, etc. The person will work with other team members to work to convert the existing Point of Use Rooms to the optimized rooms as required for our project and by our customers. Once converted, record the locations of items in Excel Sheets for integration with our Inventory software. Conversion involves the installation of new shelving systems, moving supplies from the existing location to new locations and establishing new par levels. Demonstration of our software and interaction with both internal and external people for execution of project is an expected Job Function. Maintain primary, secondary, and other inventory areas in a clean, orderly, and efficient manner, conforming to VA and Medical Center cleanliness standards.


Pearl Meyer and Partners

Executive Compensation Analyst

Houston

About us Pearl Meyer & Partners, LLC is one of the leading Executive Compensation Consultancies in the country. We work directly with corporate Boards of Directors and senior executives to help determine, not only how top executives are paid, but also to ensure that compensation programs are aligned with business strategy and shareholder value creation. With 9 offices nationwide and 1 in London, we are seeking candidates who are interested in joining a group of exceptional consulting professionals working in a field of critical importance to investors world-wide. Some of the highlights of working at Pearl Meyer & Partners are: • A work hard, play hard environment with recognition for employee contributions • Rigorous analytic work content and increasing client-facing opportunities with experience • A chance to see your recommendations implemented at the highest levels in some of America’s most prestigious companies • An opportunity to work with and learn from exceptionally intelligent and ambitious people • A culture of training and investment in our people; an environment of continuous learning • Salaries and benefits that are competitive and include: generous bonus opportunity, 3 weeks of paid vacation time, health club & fitness reimbursement program, and a flexible work environment Keys to Success as an Executive Compensation Analyst: • Strong intellectual curiosity that includes a willingness to take responsibility and ownership • Highly detail-oriented and the willingness to work independently and think critically about information and data • Comfortable working in ambiguous situations where the problems are always different and solutions are never the same • Flexibility, adaptability and the ability to work under tight deadlines or changing client needs • Ability to multi-task and provide technical and analytical support to multiple client teams • Strong leadership capabilities • Strong verbal and written communication skills • Strong quantitative and qualitative skills; familiarity with finance and accounting concepts is a plus • Strong working knowledge of MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and MS Word, or a willingness to learn


Baker Hughes Incorporated

Supply Chain Rotational Program

Nationwide

About this job Members of the Rotational program are exposed to the Supply Chain organization through four challenging and diverse 6-month rotations to gain and apply skills and knowledge of the Supply Chain function. In the third and final year of the program, participants will serve as a lead on a project identified by Supply Chain Council members based on current key business challenges and opportunities identified within any part of the Supply Chain organization. Key responsibilities/accountabilities Participate in a 3-year rotational program within the Supply Chain Organization that consists of four 6-month rotations and completion in year three of a current business challenge. • Examples of rotations include: • Purchasing • Quality • Production Management • Finance • Final year rotation leading a project within the supply chain functions.


Aerotek

Recruiter - Leading to Sales Management

Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Dallas

Base Salary + Uncapped Commission, Bonus, Benefits, Vacation Pay and more! Aerotek is a high profile staffing firm that works with 96% of the Fortune 500 companies in the U.S. When these companies have hiring needs, they rely on our highly trained recruiting and sales teams to provide them with most qualified candidates for the job. With Aerotek you will begin your career as a recruiter and based on performance can advance into sales management and then advanced sales leadership roles. Recruiter Responsibilities • Proactively use the internet, job boards, job postings, networking, job fairs, resume data bases, referrals and other resources to find resumes of potential candidates. • Interview /Select/Screen potential candidates for open job opportunities with our clients. • Conduct over the phone and face-to-face interviews with potential candidates • Ensure any and all pre-employment screening (background, drug , reference checks) are completed • Manage contract employees while on assignment • Assess and investigate contractor related problems, and administer performance counseling, coaching, and disciplinary measures when necessary. • Work directly with our sales team to identify top accounts within their territory, assist as needed with client company relationships and obtain referrals/sales leads • Gain industry knowledge and develop skills necessary for advancement into sales Top producing Recruiters will have the opportunity to be promoted into a Sales role. Sales at Aerotek will entail Business Development, Cold Calling and Account Management of client companies within an assigned territory. Our sales team works hard to ensure that Aerotek is providing the highest level of service to those accounts while building/maintaining relationships with key decision makers. Each member of our sales team is responsible for managing/developing a small team of recruiters under them. Qualifications • Have a Bachelor's degree or related experience • 1-5 years of work experience – Recent Sales internships are a plus • Be available to work before/after typical office hours as work may demand • Possess strong written and oral communication skills • Use independent judgment and discretion to set and accomplish daily goals • Be currently authorized to work in the United States for any employer Company Benefits You will receive a competitive base salary, commission, and an exceptional benefits package including a 401(k) plan, parental leave, and vacation, personal & holiday pay. Aerotek also offers the following employee benefits: medical, dental, prescription, vision, life & accident insurance, short & long-term disability coverage, and a life-balance referral and counseling service program! About Aerotek If you are looking to build a solid sales career with a reputable company, then this position is for you! All promotions are based on performance. Beyond sales we offer advancement into our National Recruiting Team, National Sales Team, Business Development, Director, Regional, National and Corporate level opportunities. Even the President of our company began as a recruiter! For more information, please visit www.aerotekcareers.com To Apply Please email your resume directly to Jennifer - jenander@aerotek.com


Stewart & Stevenson

AUDITOR-CORPORATE INTERNAL

Houston, TX

Stewart & Stevenson is a leading designer, manufacturer and provider of specialized equipment and aftermarket parts and service for the oil and gas and other industries that we have served for over 110 years POSITION SUMMARY Responsible for conducting audits to assess effectiveness of internal controls, accuracy of financial records and efficiency of operations. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS * Identify and communicate internal control weaknesses and audit findings to Internal Audit Management by means of remediation and recommendation plans with each audit * Performing supervised / unsupervised testing of the effectiveness of the Company’s internal control system over financial reporting and Financial Statements (SOX) * Performing supervised / unsupervised financial and operational audits based on both audit standards and company’s policies. * Gather audit data from company documentation, analytical testing, interviews with employees, and observation. * Conduct internal audits including substantive testing and make recommendations for improvements. * Evaluate risks to the company and analyze internal controls designed to mitigate those risks. * Create audit programs and working papers. * Assisting Management in the design, documentation, and implementation of new or revised internal and corporate procedures. * Prepare, edit and review audit reports including audit findings and recommendations, and discuss reports with appropriate management. Evaluate management responses to the findings and coordinate interaction among departments to ensure satisfactory resolution of any issued


Houston EB5

Associate

Houston, Texas

Houston EB5 is a real estate development and investment firm that was founded for the purpose of helping foreign investors receive permanent residency in the United States, in return for making a qualified real estate investment in Houston's desirable real estate market. Houston EB5 seeks an Associate to provide research and analytical support associated with acquisitions, development projects and/or asset management of operating properties. The Associate will be exposed to various aspects of real estate investment management including market research, leasing strategies, underwriting of acquisitions, financial modeling and administration of investor requirements. Responsibilities may include analyzing various proposals, reviewing cash flows and financial statements, researching prospective markets, document control related to due diligence processes, and interaction with potential clients and investors. Chosen candidates will receive on-the-job training with excellent advancement and professional growth opportunities. Bring your experience and drive to Houston EB5 and build a career with a global firm that has provided superior quality, service and value to its clients and investors. If you are looking for a career in the investment or real estate industry and meet the requirements below, please send your resume.


Vigor Gas Purification Technologies Inc.

sales/marketing manager

US

Vigor is a fast growing technology company with offices in China, EU and USA. We develop and manufacture glovebox and purification systems for R&D and manufacturing across broad industries from chemical, energy, electronics and other high tech industries. Vigor is a leader in innovative technologies, quality and customer services. We are looking for an energetic candidate to grow our business. Laboratory, research or glovebox related experience is highly desirable, but not necessary. Responsibilities include sales, marketing, technical and customer support. Freedom from work location to hours.


Target Stores

Executive Team Leader

Houston, TX

JOIN US AS AN EXECUTIVE TEAM LEADER IN TRAINING Similar Industry Titles and Key Words: Assistant Store Manager in Training About This Opportunity Use your business, leadership and people skills to inspire exceptional performance. Maximize sales and profits for your Target store. Ensure great guest service and team member satisfaction. Create a fast-paced, energetic environment that delivers a consistent Target brand experience for team members and guests. Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of groundbreaking thinking and visionary goals. As an Executive Team Leader in Training, you'll take the lead as you… • Drive sales by overseeing the guest service and merchandising of two to three departments with sales ranging from $2 - $9 million • Act as leader on duty, as well as opening and closing the store on assigned days • Assist with recruiting and hiring of your team • Receive extensive training to help you become a strong store executive leader • Ensure great service by interacting with guests and team members • Strive to achieve sales goals and maintain budget controls Requirements • 4-year college degree • Supervisor level experience • Proven conflict management skills • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in all situations with great interpersonal skills • Flexible work hours including some nights and weekends • Strong cognitive skills, including problem analysis, decision making, financial and quantitative analysis Benefits Eligible team members will receive one of the best earnings packages anywhere, including competitive pay, all-around insurance coverage, 401(k), flexible scheduling, training and development and many other perks and benefits. Target is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and a drug-free workplace. About Target From our Minneapolis-based headquarters to over 1,800 stores and more than 35 distribution centers across the U.S. and Canada, Target offers a world of possibilities in an environment that will encourage you to innovate and contribute ideas. Join a company that’s always moving forward to what’s next. Be a part of a team that has revolutionized retail, championed design, and volunteered thousands of hours giving back to their communities. Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its profit through community grants and programs; today, that giving equals more than $4 million a week.


Target Stores

Distribution Group Leader

Midlothian or Tyler, TX

JOIN US AS A GROUP LEADER Similar Industry Titles and Key Words: Operations Supervisor, Warehouse Supervisor, Manager About This Opportunity Advance your leadership and operational skills to a new level by inspiring and achieving great performance. Apply cutting-edge technologies to optimize our critical supply chain network. Drive sales profitably by delivering what guests want. Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of an innovative team working toward visionary goals. As a Group Leader, you'll take the lead as you… • Identify and coordinate daily activities of 20-40 team members; inspire your team to achieve desired results in productivity, teamwork, safety, quality, and job knowledge • Collaborate across departments to drive optimal productivity; foster an environment in which diverse backgrounds are respected and valued • Ensure performance plans are set, maintained, and continuously improved; generate creative solutions to identify improvements in processes • Drive your personal growth and development by leveraging tools, resources, and relationships with other leaders • Maintain level of service requirements throughout the process, from our vendors to our distribution center to our stores • Manage a safe workplace by advocating safety training and accident preparedness Requirements • 4-year degree • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively to a variety of audiences; strong reasoning, analytical, and organizational skills • Proven ability to motivate teams and manage conflict; ability to provide feedback and develop team • Ability to read, interpret, and effectively communicate necessary policies and procedures to others • Ability to access all levels and areas of facility • Openness to relocation Benefits Eligible team members will receive one of the best earnings packages anywhere, including competitive pay, all-around insurance coverage, 401(k), flexible scheduling, training and development and many other perks and benefits. Target is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and a drug-free workplace. About Target From our Minneapolis-based headquarters to over 1,800 stores and more than 35 distribution centers across the U.S. and Canada, Target offers a world of possibilities in an environment that will encourage you to innovate and contribute ideas. Join a company that’s always moving forward to what’s next. Be a part of a team that has revolutionized retail, championed design, and volunteered thousands of hours giving back to their communities. Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its profit through community grants and programs; today, that giving equals more than $4 million a week.


Buckle

Management Development Program

Nationwide!

Buckle’s one-year Management Development Program is your pathway to accelerated career growth. Once selected, you will work directly with an experienced Store Manager who will help you develop the sales, recruiting, merchandising, and leadership skills you need to become a store manager. By the end of this intensive program, you will have a deep understanding of how Buckle’s style of retail works and what it takes to excel. As a Management Trainee, you will be given every opportunity for professional growth as you learn from a highly skilled manager who truly cares about your success. Buckle offers competitive wages, a flexible schedule, and a generous employee discount, as well as an excellent benefits package for our full-time teammates. Skills Required: Strong communication skills, an outgoing and innovative personality, natural leadership skills, ambitious, and a keen interest in fashion. Requirements: Must be willing to relocate.


Veterans Engineering & Professional Services

Inventory Location Designer (Junior/entry level position)

Houston, TX and across USA

Role: Inventory Location Designer ( Junior… entry level position) The role of Inventory Location Designer is to undertake the design and re-build of Inventory locations inside the VA Hospital System. The inventory locations inside a hospital are the Point of Use rooms (POU) that hold inventory of items used to treat patients as well as Distribution Centres that supply these POU rooms. Clinicians use the supplies from POUs and Logisticians stock the supplies in POU from central distribution locations. The design is undertaken based on physical dimensions, data relating to demand patterns and discussions with the Clinicians and Hospital staff as to the usage and placement favoured by these users. The designers are team members who understand and have formal knowledge of supply chain concepts. Their scope of work includes analysing demand data, interacting with clinicians & logisticians and achieving decision as to how each hospital supply closet should be arranged to achieve ease of use and uniformity within a hospital system. They will document the before and after designs and seek approvals from the stakeholders. They will report to a Senior Inventory Location Designer and will work with technicians who will assist in constructing POU shelving equipment. Major Areas of Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to): • Use their knowledge and experience of supply chain to analysis the demand data and conclude how this information is used for room redesign and item placement. • Visit the rooms to validate item information in the demand data with actual items that exist in the POU rooms • Participate throughout the entire project life cycle to ensure conformance to design, room by room documentation and coordination with Clinicians and Logisticians to secure approvals at both the design stage and build stage. • Prepare data of items in each POU room for Integration into the software for the implementation of the Supply Chain software. • Support the various functional leads for successful execution of the project. • General consulting skills, including: team facilitation, business case development, etc. • Personal accountability for customer and team success Required Skills and Knowledge • 1+ years of experience in the supply chain environment • Exposure to Inventory systems and concepts • Substantial conceptual exposure in managing and improving supply chain within warehousing and POU environments • Significant MS Excel skills and has worked with data models to understand inventory levels ( PAR, Min, Max, Reorder, etc.) • Relevant experience in Healthcare related solutions in the areas of Asset and Inventory Management will be an added advantage Education: • Master’s degree, in Supply Chain, Operations Research or Industrial Engineering is a mandatory requirement. Bachelor’s degree acceptable if relevant work experience is more than 3 years. Environment: • This role requires travel to and stay at hospital sites across USA. Relocation not required but you should live near a major US domestic airport. Houston based location will be advantageous. • You will report to a Senior Inventory Location designer Lead and will lead a team of people who will assist in designing and building supply rooms within a hospital • You will be in good company if you like to be around people who really care about customer needs and work strenuously to help them.


North Star Resource Group - Lone Star Division

New Financial Advisor Training Program and Internship

Houston, TX

New Financial Advisor Training Program and Internship The paid position is for college studentss to create a relationship with North Star Resource Group, the Mentors, the Senior Advisors, as well as other advisors in training. Young advisors will be exposed to the following aspects of the financial services industry: • Market Research and initiatives • Sales • Contacting Referral leads • Setting up Seminars & Dinner Presentations • Generating Attendee’s to various Marketing Events • Updating Client database Systems • Assembling Marketing Materials • Scheduling Client Reviews • Early Financial Advisor Training & Development Step Inside North Star Resource Group: Learn about us here: http://www.northstarfinancial.com/careers/why-choose-north-star/ Step inside North Star Resource Group and you will find a group of hard working, dedicated, and intelligent individuals that put their clients first. We are interested in developing motivated individuals who are natural Leaders, enjoy Marketing and Sales, and possess an Entrepreneurial Spirit, into Financial Advisors. We have been in business since 1908 and the majority of our Advisors started without previous financial advising experience. North Star is currently ranked as the 3rd Largest Independent Financial Firm in the country and has donated 1.2 million dollars to non-profits. The following is what you will gain from this internship experience: • Great life and career lessons through our training and focus on personal development • Exposure to different departments: Marketing, HR, Recruiting, Training & Development, and IT • An understanding of North Star’s vision, "Changing lives, forever®" • Contribute to a team environment • How a financial advisor conducts client meetings • How to develop a phone personality • Create a strong LinkedIn with a professional photo from our marketing department • Growth of your industry contacts • Build relationships with other financial advisor interns • Financial advisor mentorship • Leadership qualities • Confidence in building your entrepreneurial skills North Star Resource Group | 2701 University Avenue SE | Minneapolis, MN, 55414-3233 | Main: 612-617-6000 North Star Consultants, Inc., Insurance Products and Services| *CRI Securities, LLC - Securities and Investments | *Securian Financial Services, Inc. – Variable Products and Securities | North Star Resource Group offers securities and investment advisory services through CRI Securities, LLC and Securian Financial Services, Inc. Members FINRA/SIPC. | CRI Securities, LLC is affiliated with Securian Financial Services, Inc. and North Star Resource Group. North Star Resource Group is not affiliated with Securian Financial Services, Inc. North Star Resource Group is independently owned and operated. 965719/DOFU 7-2014


Reasoning Mind

Chief Operating Officer and VP of Finance

Houston, TX

LINK TO APPLY: http://jobvite.com/m?3eh9Ngwc JOB DESCRIPTION: Reporting to the CEO and serving as an integral member of the senior management team, the Chief Operating Officer and VP of Finance (COO-VPF) will be responsible for daily operations of the company infrastructure serving as the foundation to support its core activities, developing Reasoning Mind’s financial management strategy, and contributing to the development of the organization’s strategic goals. In addition to these components, the COO-VP will be charged with developing and implementing more sophisticated policies and procedures both in the finance and general operational realms, including business analysis, talent development, HR, and IT. This is an outstanding opportunity for an executive with operational experience and a proven track record of creative problem-solving and change management to join a high-growth, mission-driven organization. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: STRATEGY - Work with the CEO and Vice Presidents on all operational and strategic issues as they arise; provide organizational strategic recommendations to the CEO. - Work in close collaboration with the CEO and Vice Presidents to ensure there is cohesive integration of all program objectives and outcomes. - Oversee long-term budgetary planning and cost management in alignment with Reasoning Mind’s strategic plan. - Maintain continuous lines of communication, keeping the CEO informed of all critical issues. FINANCIAL AND OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT - Together with the Director of Finance and Administration, lead financial administration, budgeting, long-term and short-term financial and business planning. - Ensure that finance staff maintains financial record systems in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, and monitor the use of all funds. - Oversee vendor relations and purchasing. - Oversee the preparation and approval of all financial reporting materials and metrics for the CEO and Board of Trustees; prepare and communicate monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements. - Work with Reasoning Mind trustees as well as current and prospective funders (both private and government) to communicate the organization’s financial position and plans; facilitate new grants and investment in Reasoning Mind. - Manage cash flow (including accounts receivable/payable) and forecasting; direct all financial, project-based, and departmental accounting. - Oversee all audit activities. - Evaluate and oversee all benefits negotiations, thus providing the most competitive packages for staff. - Oversee all company legal matters (which includes liaising with lawyers) primarily related to contracts, intellectual property, labor, and student privacy. TEAM MANAGEMENT - Oversee the following departments: Accounting, Administration, Business Analysis, HR and Office IT. Hire, develop, and retain Directors and Managers for these departments. - Engage other members of the senior management team to facilitate cross-department collaboration that ensures that all financial, IT, and HR solutions positively support the strategic goals of the organization. - Provide guidance on increasing employee engagement and enablement across all levels and divisions. - Promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement that values learning and a commitment to quality. QUALIFICATIONS The COO-VPF will be a seasoned and inspiring leader with at least 10 years of broad business experience. S/he will ideally have experience and/or knowledge about finance (accounting, budgeting, control, and reporting), HR, and IT for a multi-state organization. The COO-VPF will have the following experience and attributes: - A minimum of a BS; an MBA is a plus. - Mature and proactive, with evidence of having worked as a true business partner to the chief executive of an organization. If coming from the for-profit world, nonprofit board experience is a plus. - Self-reliant, good problem solver, and results oriented. - Proven track record of success facilitating progressive organizational change and development within a growing organization. - Excellent judgment. - Demonstrated knowledge of general finance activities. - Skillful in examining, developing, reengineering, and recommending financial, HR, and technology procedures. - Strong analytical skills and experience interpreting a strategic vision into an operational model. - A collaborative and flexible working style. - An expert manager with a strong commitment to developing team members. - Sincere interest in K-12 education. BENEFITS Reasoning Mind offers exceptional benefits: You will enjoy comprehensive health insurance (medical, dental, and vision), short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, and life insurance. You will receive 17 days of annual paid vacation. Additionally, you may work from home or remotely from any location in the world for a total of up to 20 days each year. Reasoning Mind may also offer a relocation stipend to help defray the cost of moving for this position, if applicable. In addition to these tangible benefits, there are others: - Impact: You will be responsible for driving key initiatives that will affect the future trajectory of the organization. - The team: You'll be joining a driven, first-rate team of people who are extremely passionate about education. - Growth: Reasoning Mind is in the midst of incredible growth and you can be at the helm. - The cause: Next year alone, your contributions will improve the mathematics education of tens of thousands of students. ABOUT US Reasoning Mind is a non-profit organization with the mission of providing a first-rate math education for every child. To achieve this, the organization develops blended learning mathematics programs for elementary and middle school and works with schools to implement these programs in classrooms. Today’s education technology programs typically focus on individual features of learning, such as individualization, visual learning, or educational games. We believe that this is insufficient: instead, it is essential to identify all of the variables in student learning, and then to develop approaches that comprehensively address them all. This includes strong curriculum, teacher preparation, and student engagement. In other words, to truly improve learning, we have to solve for every variable. This year alone, over 80,000 students will benefit from Reasoning Mind. The program is supported by hundreds of leading philanthropies, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Cockrell Foundation, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, the Hoglund Foundation, and the Houston Endowment. Reasoning Mind is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, pregnancy, or veteran status. Reasoning Mind will make reasonable accommodations per the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasoning Mind participates in the USCIS Electronic Employment Eligibility Verification Program (E-Verify). E-Verify helps employers determine whether a new hire is authorized to work in the US.


Whitley Penn

Audit Staff

Houston, TX

Established in 1983, Whitley Penn has become one of the region’s most distinguished accounting firms by providing exceptional service that reaches far beyond traditional accounting. The primary mission of Whitley Penn – from its inception to today – has been to provide an unmatched level of high quality service to our clients. This is accomplished in three ways: • Hiring the best of the best • Having a detailed knowledge of the intricate business of accounting • Constantly innovating to refine our practice Focus on this mission ensures consistent improvement as our firm continues to expand, diversify and grow its clients, services, and professionals. Our steady growth over the past 30 years reflects our knack for hiring individuals with talent and integrity, and our ability to stay one step ahead of the issues our clients face in an ever-changing business landscape. At Whitley Penn we understand that our clients want more than just numbers from a financial audit. We view ourselves as business advisors who will answer questions and be a responsive resource throughout the year, not just during the audit period. As clients grow, we grow with them. As a member of our Audit Department, you will be assigned to client projects and engagements and gain real-life business experiences. Our goal is to provide you with experiences that are educational, valuable and useful. By working on various client engagements, you will have the opportunity to begin creating your own business network and will receive training, both on the job and departmental specific. Additionally, you will take part in our continuing professional education and learn about the world of accounting and our client service philosophy. Responsibilities: • Work on audit engagements from start to finish, which includes planning, executing, directing, and completing the engagement while managing client deadline expectations, monitoring actual performance against budget; and continually communicating engagement status to the Senior, Manager and Partner. • Develop and maintain a relationship with the client and proactively work with the client’s management to gather necessary audit information, identify issues and make recommendations for business improvements and identify potential additional business opportunities. • Supervise, train and mentor Interns, including the detailed review of staff prepared workpapers and evaluate performances on client engagements. • Gain a comprehensive understanding of PCAOB and generally accepted auditing standards • Assist with business proposals, networking and recruiting opportunities • Must be highly dedicated with a positive attitude, self-motivated, a team player who takes initiative and willing to learn


Pacific star

Logistics Coordinator/Traffic Specialist

Houston, TX

Description: Job Purpose: Delivers merchandise to customers by verifying orders; arranging method of shipment. Duties: * Maintains inventories of outside warehouses by checking stock to determine inventory levels; anticipating needed product; placing and expediting orders for customers. * Determines method of shipment by examining items to be shipped, destination, route, rate, and time of delivery; dispatching items to carriers. * Keeps customers informed by notifying customers of shipping and stock availability issues; answering questions and responding to requests. * Processes orders by editing for price, promotional problems, customer comment requirements, and weight compliance; sorting orders. * Verifies items shipped by matching bills of lading; reconciling quantities; noting discrepancies. * Maintains traffic operations and organizes work by reading and routing correspondence; collecting information; initiating telecommunications; following policies and procedures. * Replaces damaged items, shortages, and mis-shipments by informing customer and transporter/shipper of damage, shortage, or mis-shipped items; returning refused product to stock; issuing credit for damage and/or shortages. * Maintains carrier and customer confidence by keeping rate, carrier, price, promotions, purchase orders, and credit limit information confidential. * Prepares reports by collecting and analyzing data; reporting information; initiating telecommunications. * Maintains technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing publications. * Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.


Pacific star

Purchasing Assistant

Houston

Description: Job Purpose: Maintains the purchasing process by receiving, verifying, logging, and forwarding purchase orders; maintaining files; producing information. Duties: * Plans work by gathering, sorting, organizing, and recording data, information, and documents. * Completes purchasing process by removing purchase orders from printer; verifying, logging, filing, and distributing them. * Maintains master price list by updating prices. * Produces information by inputting, formatting, copying, and transmitting data. * Keeps information accessible by sorting and filing documents. * Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities. * Accomplishes purchasing and organization mission by completing related results as needed.


Martin Resource Management Corporation

Audit Staff I

Houston, TX

Martin Resource Management Corporation is looking to add a recent graduate or someone with up to 3 years’ experience to its Internal Audit Group. Martin offers competitive compensation and benefits. Range of Responsibility: Performs complex level professional internal auditing work. Work involves conducting performance, financial and compliance audit projects; providing consulting services to the organization's management and staff; and providing key input to development of the Annual Audit Plan. Maintains all organizational and professional ethical standards. Works independently under general supervision with considerable latitude for initiative and independent judgement. Other essential duties include, but are not limited to: - Identifies and evaluates the organization's risk areas and provides key input to the development of the Annual Audit Plan. - Performs audit procedures, including identifying and defining issues, developing criteria, reviewing and analyzing evidence, and documenting client processes and procedures. - Conducts interviews, reviews documents, develops and administers surveys, compose summary memos, and prepares working papers. - Identifies, develops, and documents audit issues and recommendations using independent judgement concerning areas being reviewed. - Communicates or assists in communicating the results of audit and consulting projects via written reports and oral presentations to management and the Board of Directors. - Develops and maintains productive client and staff relationships through individual contacts and group meetings. - Pursues professional development opportunities, including external and internal training and professional association memberships, and shares information gained with co-workers. - Performs related work as assigned by audit management.


Advisors Ahead

Financial Advisor Resident Position

multiple cities across the country

The Resident Program is a full-time paid position for 52 weeks. Residents are placed in offices across the United States. Responsibilities Each Resident will have a range of assignments providing a broad overview, introduction and foundation for success in the financial services business including: • Rotation through the business units at the location to gain an understanding of the business approach and roles of different components of the business • Orientation to the industry as well as well as the specific firm and the team employing the Resident • Participate in the steps to prepare financial planning proposals for clients • Perform market analysis to identify business development opportunities • Work with assigned teams to assist with client acquisition opportunities • Use your knowledge of social media tools to develop marketing strategies • Observe operational and business meetings and client interactions with various team members • Prepare and study to obtain Series 7 and 66 licenses and CFP designation


GEICO

Management Development Program - Houston, TX

Katy, TX

GEICO is looking for bright, driven college seniors and graduates to join our accelerated Management Development Program in the insurance Claims track. The goal of this 2.5 year* management training program is to develop future business leaders to help us continue on our path of steady growth, profitability and success. As a management trainee in Claims, you will learn all about what makes GEICO the fastest growing auto insurer in the U.S. and the choice of more than 12 million customers. You will be provided a solid foundation for leading a team within our insurance Claims department. In this development program, you will: * Attend industry-leading training focused on insurance claims handling * Gain hands-on customer service and claims experience, and build credibility by doing the job you’ll one day manage * Be mentored by successful GEICO managers * Build your ability to motivate, inspire and develop a team through our comprehensive supervisor preparation curriculum, development seminars and management forums * Coach claims associates and demonstrate your team management skills * Work on real life business projects and make meaningful contributions * Demonstrate your ability to achieve top results in claims This program is your first step toward building a rewarding career with GEICO. If you are intellectually curious and driven to be the best, there are no limits to the opportunity for you to advance your career here. Nearly 80% of our management team started their GEICO careers in an entry level position – including our CEO. It’s up to you how far you’ll go at GEICO!


FDA

Office Manager

Houston, Texas

We are a small company specializing in continuing education. We are Looking for a resourceful, high-energy office manager who can eventually take charge and run the business and the office. On her daily activities, answer phone calls and process sales over the phone. Has excellent writing skills. Is very proficient with Adobe, Microsoft Word, computer, social media and internet. She will be able to train future employees and supervise them. Her salary will increase as she gets promoted. The current posted rate depends on her current experience. This position can start on part time basis and grow to full time when the candidate is ready. The first few months are probationary.


PROS

Vendor Manager

Houston, TX

The Vendor Manager manages the contractual exchanges, ensures and maintains oversight between PROS and large suppliers of goods and/or services. This resource will review all service requests (i.e., RFx, SOW, MSA) for contract applicability and then works with Functional Leaders to determine parameters of proposed purchases and/or changes to existing agreements. As issues arise, this resource takes the lead until issue is resolved. This role will determine if escalation is warranted, and will play the lead role in presenting the company's position throughout discussions and negotiations. Key Responsibilities Duties include evaluations of services provided, performance reporting, negotiation support and finalizing of contracts, and vendor score-cards for complex relationships. The Vendor Relationship Manager oversees negotiations with vendors to reach final agreements. Responsibilities include: - Review all service requests (i.e., RFx, SOW, MSA) for contract applicability. - Monitor and report on established Service Level Agreements (SLAs) which will accurately reflect vendor performance. - Evaluate and quantify risks to informs management of potential risk exposure. - Perform contract management and support negotiation. - Assist in developing negotiation approaches on assigned contracts/purchases. - Coordinate the contract negotiation process (i.e., the drafting, review, finalizing, and execution of agreements for services). - Coordinate input and activities from support areas to identify and resolve legal issues, complete financial administration, and conduct financial analysis of vendors prior to any purchases. - Initiate or direct the internal Sourcing team for negotiation process with vendors to determine and define business requirements and verify the final business requirement with the business owner. - Monitor vendor performance and provide vendor scorecards to communicate vendor performance against agreements. - Coordinate the resolution of disputes between the vendor and primary internal client. - Inform appropriate managers of non-disclosure agreements and assure that they can comply with contract terms and conditions. - Ensure compliance with corporate and regional policies associated with vendor agreements and purchases. - Provide mentoring on contract negotiation techniques and vendor performance management to junior staff members.


SCM DATA

Data Analyst

Virginia

Analytical Skills: Data analysts work with large amounts of data: facts, figures, and number crunching. You will need to see through the data and analyze it to find conclusions. Communication Skills: Data analysts are often called to present their findings, or translate the data into an understandable document. You will need to write and speak clearly, easily communicating complex ideas. Critical Thinking: Data analysts must look at the numbers, trends, and data and come to new conclusions based on the findings. Attention to Detail: Data is precise. Data analysts have to make sure they are vigilant in their analysis to come to correct conclusions. Math Skills: Data analysts need math skills to estimate numerical data.


SCM DATA

Business Analyst

Virginia

A Business Analyst (BA) is someone who analyzes the organization and design of businesses, government departments, and non-profit organizations; BA's also assess business models and their integration with technology. BA-Excellent process mapping skills -Excellent communication skills -Written communication -Interpersonal skills -Verbal communication skills -Analytical skills — a candidate should have excellent analytical skills to conduct requirement analysis and impact analysis. -Logical thinking -Decision making skills -Information Technology skills -Knowledge of software applications and architectures -Knowledge of RDBMS concepts -Familiarity with Software Development Life Cycle -Project Management methodologies -Knowledge of PLC / SQL / Online & MS Tools


Paul Comstock Partners

Operations Associate

Houston, TX

Description A Woodway-Voss area Wealth Advisory firm is looking for someone to fill the position of Operations Associate. This person should be a self starter with the ability to multi-task and who has strong follow up and follow thru skills. A college degree with 1-3 years minimum in the financial services industry is the preference. Operations knowledge and/or MBA considered a plus. Job Duties may include but are not limited to: 1. Administer day-to-day activities of client accounts in support of Client Service Managers’ activities. 2. Work with clients to answer questions or solve issues about their brokerage accounts 3. Complete documents to set up new accounts, transfer accounts and reviewing and completing partnership agreements. 4. Wire or transfer funds 5. Assist in Monthly/Quarterly Reporting Activities to support Client Service Managers’ report preparation. 6. Special Projects Job Objectives include but are not limited to: 1. Working with in-house portfolio accounting system to set up accounts. 2. Pro-actively support the Client Service Managers to allow them to provide accurate and timely reports, information and excellent customer service. 3. Pro-actively anticipate the work flow of projects, information and data for client presentations initiated by Client Service Managers. 4. Providing a command of skills necessary for the firm to deliver exceptional service to its clientele. 5. Assisting with day-to-day client administration.


City of Houston - Public Works & Engineering Department

Financial Analyst II, #13476

Houston, TX

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Performs technical work of average complexity involving analysis of monthly financial reports, preparation of work papers, schedules, graphs, charts and reports. Provides recommendations to management. Assists department representatives in the implementation of new financial programs and procedures. Analyzes financial statements and reports. Compiles financial data and prepares work papers, schedules, graphs and charts. Prepares interpretations of analysis and submits recommendations. Assists in the design and development of financial policies and procedures. Advises department accounting staff in developing and strengthening their financial and accounting capacities. Advises department representatives in the review and evaluation of selected financial reports. Performs other duties and special projects as requested. WORKING CONDITIONS This position is physically comfortable with discretion of walking, standing, etc. Essentially normal office environment with acceptable lighting, temperature and air conditions. This is a Department of Public Works & Engineering Emergency Management position at the Tier III Level.


City of Houston - Public Works & Engineering Department

Financial Analyst IV, #13477

Houston, TX

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Coordinates and directs the development, implementation and monitoring of various financial activities, policies and procedures to effectively manage budgets, programs and systems. Develops, monitors, analyzes and updates various reports, records, projects and plans. Develops, coordinates, monitors, analyzes and updates budgets. Develop and reviews internal audits and review procedures. Processes financial transactions. Acts as a liaison to external agencies and organizations to provide assistance in handling inquiries, complaints or problem areas. Reviews, analyzes and recommends enhancements to financial programs and systems. Coordinates and conducts special projects. Monitor and implements line-item projections for specific accounts. Performs other duties as requested by division and department head. WORKING CONDITIONS This position is physically comfortable with discretion of walking, standing, etc. Essentially normal office environment with acceptable lighting, temperature and air conditions. This is a Department of Public Works & Engineering Emergency Management position at the Tier III Level.


City of Houston - Public Works & Engineering Department

Management Analyst II, #13471

Houston, TX

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Conducts analysis of drainage statistical data, develops operational plans and implements procedures. Reviews verifications and corrections of drainage parcels, land use and ownership determinations to ensure compliance, service level agreements are met, and billing accuracy. Interprets Ordinances to develop and update policies, processes and procedures. Utilizes drainage data and information to conduct audits, create financial management reports, conduct trend analysis, identify opportunities for improvement and implement optimized solutions. Develops and updates Standard Operating Procedures for daily operation and training. Performs other duties and special projects as requested. WORKING CONDITIONS This position is physically comfortable with discretion of walking, standing, etc. Essentially normal office environment with acceptable lighting, temperature and air conditions. This is a Department of Public Works & Engineering Emergency Management position at the Tier III Level.


City of Houston - Public Works & Engineering Department

Management Analyst III, #13473

Houston, TX

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Develops, organizes, implements, monitors and controls specific operating and financial activities. Acts as liaison to assigned departments, areas or agencies in handling financial activities, such as annual operating and capital budgets. Maintains, monitors and prepares monthly projections and analyzes daily budget activity and department objectives to prevent potential problems while conforming to administrative goals. Assists in resolving expenditure and revenue concerns by implementing alternative solutions. Performs other duties and special projects as requested. WORKING CONDITIONS This position is physically comfortable with discretion of walking, standing, etc. Essentially normal office environment with acceptable lighting, temperature and air conditions. This is a Department of Public Works & Engineering Emergency Management position at the Tier III Level.


City of Houston - Public Works & Engineering Department

Staff Analyst, #13467

Houston, TX

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Investigates and makes recommendations for addressing issues of medium complexity and/or sensitivity. May be assigned responsibilities on a limited basis for certain functions, units or programs. Compiles data, produces information and interprets through conclusion or recommendation formulation. Develop reports, special documents or publications as assigned. Completes special projects as assigned, working on wide variety of financial, administrative, professional, management and community issues and problems of simple to medium complexity. Represents supervisor at meetings and functions to gather information. Handles highly confidential information. Prepare, edit and revises department policy and procedures manuals. Responds to correspondence, requests for information, etc. as assigned by supervisor. May participate in the development of management and administrative policies, procedures and master plans with both short and long term objectives. Analyzes and reviews management practices and procedures and develops recommendations for improvement. Negotiates solutions for problems of simple to medium complexity as assigned by supervisor. Interprets administrative policies and oversees communication with department personnel regarding these policies. Participates in evaluation and design of workflow, processes, various operations systems, etc. Develops technological solutions and systems for continuous improvement programs and other appropriate applications. WORKING CONDITIONS This position is physically comfortable with discretion of walking, standing, etc. Essentially normal office environment with acceptable lighting, temperature and air conditions. This is a Department of Public Works & Engineering Emergency Management position at the Tier III Level.


IMA (Independent Marketing Alliance)

Merchandising and Administration

Houston, Texas

The position involves project management, coordinating and supporting Merchandising Directors of basic administrative roles to allow them to concentrate their efforts on management activity, and supporting the various IMA teams for achieving optimum results for IMA. Essential Functions: Support Directors of Merchandising Manage assigned processes and support management of supplier programs: Manage the IMA Supplier Database in Access to include proper documentations of Certificates of Insurance, Hold Harmless Agreements, Kosher Certificates, Confidentiality Agreements, and Trademark Licensing Agreements Management of Microsoft SharePoint for assigned categories RFP – Request for Proposals: Project Management of the RFP Process for assigned category to include maintenance of the master documents, tracking of all important dates in the Gantt Charts and reporting of any delays or issues to appropriate stakeholders Participate in the RFP presentation to the appropriate committees with details of the RFP’s Participate in RFP’s cuttings Communication with suppliers and members concerning information garnered during the RFP process Compile data from multiple sources through the RFP process. Interpret spreadsheets, analyze and provide summaries specifically utilizing Excel, Power Point and Email Project Management and Communication of program details, line extension details as well as provisional E BRAND programs to members Solicit, publish and track allowances to support more efficient capture by members Assist in the soliciting of past due Service Fees, POS and other payments Participate in and support various committees and personnel in the specific committee calls, meetings and manage follow up activity as needed This includes development of agendas, taking, distributing and archiving notes from the calls and meetings Interact effectively with the PAC, MAC, SAC, IMA Product Area Committee Members, IMA President, all Procurement Directors, Quality Assurance, Packaging / Labeling staff and agencies and the IMA Staff through all projects Manage IMA calendar with integrity and accuracy for assigned director Respond to all telephone calls and e-mail messages in a timely and professional manner


Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Broker Trainee Program (AFSP)

CO - Lone Tree, CO - Englewood, CO - Denver

Our opportunity: We are currently offering the opportunity for dynamic and engaging individuals to join our Client Service & Support (CS&S) team. CS&S is the primary service and trading arm for Schwab Investor Services. CS&S is a team of financial services professionals who provide guidance and solutions to help our retail clients take charge of their futures. We build trust and inspire confidence through exceptional service one connection at a time. With a focus on inspiring client loyalty and a commitment to employee engagement through career development, we support clients and employees in reaching their goals. Schwab provides extensive training and internal support that affords employees the opportunity to be successful in service delivery. Our Service Professionals inspire client loyalty by being the "voice of Schwab" for our clients, supporting and complementing our Branch partners who are the "face of Schwab". Our team members handle over 9.5 million client calls annually allowing us the opportunity to build personalized relationships with each client through meaningful dialogue. In turn, our clients have entrusted us with $2.31 trillion in assets and 9.2 million active brokerage accounts. Results like this don’t just happen, they are earned! We are honored to have earned the trust and relationships we have with our clients. What you’ll do: As an Associate Financial Service Professional (Broker Trainee Program - AFSP) you will have an opportunity to: •Demonstrate energy, empathy, and problem-solving skills while delivering unparalleled value and outstanding service to our clients via the phone, handling approximately 30 to 60 inbound calls per day (this is a phone based relationship with clients) •Utilize a cross section of technology and business experts within Schwab to identify efficient and effective methods to serve the spectrum of client needs •Through active listening and open ended dialogue, partner with clients to gain a thorough understanding of their financial needs •Collaborate with internal business partners and team members to resolve complex client inquiries, and develop knowledge of Schwab products and services •Assist Schwab clients in navigating our website, respond to client inquiries including account servicing, and field inquiries related cost basis and product knowledge support •Engage in ongoing training and professional development activities focused on enhancing your technical skills and expanding your knowledge base Upon licensing, you will fully perform the duties of a Financial Service Professional; your client conversations may also include: •Actively listen to clients, identify opportunities to introduce Schwab offerings and guide them to the proper solutions •Engage clients in discussions involving market conditions and trends, provide investment information and education to clients, as well as place trades •Respond to research requests from clients, discuss financial products that meet their needs and proactively uncover business development opportunities •Our Service Professionals Incentive Compensation program rewards, excellent client service and profitable revenue growth. All Schwab employees have the ability to earn an annual bonus based on company results and personal performance.


Martin Midstream Partners L.P.

Internal Audit

Houston,Texas

Martin Resource Management Corporation is looking to add two experienced audit professionals to its Internal Audit Group. Martin offers competitive compensation and benefits. Range of Responsibility: Performs complex level professional internal auditing work. Work involves leading or conducting performance, financial and compliance audit projects; providing consulting services to the organization's management and staff; providing key input to development of the Annual Audit Plan; and providing training and coaching to Internal Audit staff. Maintains all organizational and professional ethical standards. Works independently under general supervision with considerable latitude for initiative and independent judgement. Other essential duties include, but are not limited to: Identifies and evaluates the organization's risk areas and provides key input to the development of the Annual Audit Plan. Performs audit procedures, including identifying and defining issues, developing criteria, reviewing and analyzing evidence, and documenting client processes and procedures. Conducts interviews, reviews documents, develops and administers surveys, compose summary memos, and prepares working papers. Identifies, develops, and documents audit issues and recommendations using independent judgement concerning areas being reviewed. Communicates or assists in communicating the results of audit and consulting projects via written reports and oral presentations to management and the Board of Directors. Develops and maintains productive client and staff relationships through individual contacts and group meetings. Pursues professional development opportunities, including external and internal training and professional association memberships, and shares information gained with co-workers. Represents Internal Audit on organizational project teams, at management meetings and with external organizations. Provides or assists in providing training, coaching and guidance to Internal Audit staff in conducting audits and other audit-related issues. Performs related work as assigned by audit management. Job Requirements Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance from an accredited college or university. Certification as a CIA, CPA, CFE, or CISA pref not required. Must also have the following demonstrated knowledge, skills, and abilities: Considerable knowledge of and skill in applying internal auditing and accounting principles and practices, and management principles and preferred business practices. Significant experience with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 including documentation testing. Knowledge of the Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and the Code of Ethics developed by the Institute of Internal Auditors. Knowledge of management information systems terminology, concepts and practices. Skill in collecting and analyzing complex data, evaluating information and systems, and drawing logical conclusions. Considerable skill in planning and project management, and in maintaining composure under pressure while meeting multiple deadlines. Skill in negotiating issues and resolving problems. Considerable skill in using a computer with word processing, spreadsheet and other business software to prepare reports, memos, summaries and analyses. Considerable skill in effective verbal and written communications, including active listening skills and skill in presenting findings and recommendations. Ability to establish and maintain harmonious working relationships with co-workers, staff and external contacts, and to work effectively in a professional team environment.


Baker Hughes Incorporated

Baker Hughes 2015 Full-Time Opportunities

Nationwide

Employment status Senior, Graduate Student, Graduate trainee About our opportunities We offer a variety of amazing opportunities for talented interns and graduates with structured training programs designed to help you build a rewarding career in field engineering, geoscience, R&D, technology, and supply chain. We also offer a range of roles in commercial and business functions, as well as local internships in some countries. Find out more and apply at: bakerhughes.com/graduate 2015 Graduate Field Engineer - 1423540 Graduate Buyer- 2015 Opportunities- 1423554 Graduate Manufacturing Engineer-2015 Opportunities- 1423551 Graduate Research, Design and Development Engineer- 2015 Opportunities- 1423549 Graduate Software Engineer- 2015 Opportunities- 1423553 IT Rotational Program- USA Opportunities- 1423552 Research, Design and Development Scientist- 2015 Opportunities- 1423550 Supply Chain Rotational Program- 2015 Opportunities- 1423555 2015 Integrated Operations Field Engineer – North America –1425497 Financial Analyst – 2015 Opportunities – 1424107


Digital Intelligence Systems

BluePrinter - JR (Inventory Location Desinger)

Houston, TX

Understanding short and long range inventory needs under constantly changing technological and program requirements. He/she shall consider usage, need, space and budget. Must be very familiar with use of MS Excel Must be polite yet assertive and take initiative to complete the assignment in the time allocated. Develops data, establishes levels and replenishment needs for different points of inventory storage – Distribution points, Supply closets, etc. Assists in planning and executes the organization of POU inventory location to satisfy people who consume the inventory and to be sensitive to total inventory status of commodity in relationship to changes in demand, funds, lead time, etc. The person will work with other team members to work to convert the existing Point of Use Rooms to the optimized rooms as required for our project and by our customers. Once converted, record the locations of items in Excel Sheets for integration with our Inventory software. Conversion involves the installation of new shelving systems, moving supplies from the existing location to new locations and establishing new par levels. Demonstration of our software and interaction with both internal and external people for execution of project is an expected Job Function. Maintain primary, secondary, and other inventory areas in a clean, orderly, and efficient manner, conforming to Medical Center cleanliness standards. 100% travel


Texas Mutual Insurance Company

Bilingual Claims Adjuster

Austin, Houston, Dallas, Lubbock

At Texas Mutual, our people and their commitment to customer service make the difference. Join us in this commitment as a Bilingual Claims Adjuster. In this role, you will: Complete a twelve week training program at our Austin corporate office and obtain a Texas 03 or 08 adjuster’s license. After successful completion of the training program, relocate to our Austin, Houston, Lubbock, or Dallas regional office. Administer workers’ compensation benefits to injured workers, delivering excellent customer service. Conduct investigations and make recommendations. Maintain caseload and case files. Ensure regulatory compliance and proper claim handling.


Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Brokerage Representative

Austin, TX

We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our Opportunity: As a Brokerage Representative in Retirement Plan Services (RPS), you will be expected to become a licensed broker by obtaining Series 7 & 66 licenses in a specified period of time. These licenses, and all required training, are paid for and provided by Schwab on your behalf. You'll assist participants of employer sponsored retirement plans educating them on how their plan works, along with what tools and resources are available to help reach their retirement and other financial goals. What you’ll do: •Work as a financial services professional •Display a unique blend of industry knowledge and excellent customer service skills to address participant inquiries •Probe to identify needs and position solutions for our participants •Communicate effectively over the phone, working in a structured call center environment •Provide guidance on many topics relating to retirement plan specifics and investing •Create lasting Schwab relationships •Foster engagement in a team environment •Work in a direct client contact role (Clients are participants in employer sponsored retirement plans) •Be comfortable working individually as well as in a team environment Representatives are paid a minimum starting salary of $40,000 depending on experience and qualifications (rather than the pressure of commissions), and receive additional compensation from overtime hours and shift differentials, along with the ability to earn an annual bonus based on company results and personal performance. All candidates are hired under a Condition of Employment (COE) to obtain Series 7 and 66 broker licenses within a specified time period (unless appropriate licenses are already obtained and active). This means that if you do not successfully complete the licensing requirement, you may be subject to termination. To be considered for the position, candidates must pass an industry-standard screening test which indicates the likelihood of passing the Series 7 examination. If you do not successfully pass this test, you will not be considered for this position. This test is administered on-site at a Schwab location, and you will be invited to take the test if you meet initial qualifications.


Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Brokerage Representative

Richfield, OH

Our Opportunity: As a Brokerage Representative in Retirement Plan Services (RPS), you will be expected to become a licensed broker by obtaining Series 7 & 66 licenses in a specified period of time. These licenses, and all required training, are paid for and provided by Schwab on your behalf. You'll assist participants of employer sponsored retirement plans educating them on how their plan works, along with what tools and resources are available to help reach their retirement and other financial goals. What you’ll do: •Work as a financial services professional •Display a unique blend of industry knowledge and excellent customer service skills to address participant inquiries •Probe to identify needs and position solutions for our participants •Communicate effectively over the phone, working in a structured call center environment •Provide guidance on many topics relating to retirement plan specifics and investing •Create lasting Schwab relationships •Foster engagement in a team environment •Work in a direct client contact role (Clients are participants in employer sponsored retirement plans) •Be comfortable working individually as well as in a team environment Representatives are paid a minimum starting salary of $40,000 depending on experience and qualifications (rather than the pressure of commissions), and receive additional compensation from overtime hours and shift differentials, along with the ability to earn an annual bonus based on company results and personal performance. All candidates are hired under a Condition of Employment (COE) to obtain Series 7 and 66 broker licenses within a specified time period (unless appropriate licenses are already obtained and active). This means that if you do not successfully complete the licensing requirement, you may be subject to termination. To be considered for the position, candidates must pass an industry-standard screening test which indicates the likelihood of passing the Series 7 examination. If you do not successfully pass this test, you will not be considered for this position. This test is administered on-site at a Schwab location, and you will be invited to take the test if you meet initial qualifications.


Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Brokerage Representative

Phoenix, AZ

We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our Opportunity: As a Brokerage Representative in Retirement Plan Services (RPS), you will be expected to become a licensed broker by obtaining Series 7 & 66 licenses in a specified period of time. These licenses, and all required training, are paid for and provided by Schwab on your behalf. You'll assist participants of employer sponsored retirement plans educating them on how their plan works, along with what tools and resources are available to help reach their retirement and other financial goals. What you’ll do: •Work as a financial services professional •Display a unique blend of industry knowledge and excellent customer service skills to address participant inquiries •Probe to identify needs and position solutions for our participants •Communicate effectively over the phone, working in a structured call center environment •Provide guidance on many topics relating to retirement plan specifics and investing •Create lasting Schwab relationships •Foster engagement in a team environment •Work in a direct client contact role (Clients are participants in employer sponsored retirement plans) •Be comfortable working individually as well as in a team environment Representatives are paid a minimum starting salary of $40,000 depending on experience and qualifications (rather than the pressure of commissions), and receive additional compensation from overtime hours and shift differentials, along with the ability to earn an annual bonus based on company results and personal performance. All candidates are hired under a Condition of Employment (COE) to obtain Series 7 and 66 broker licenses within a specified time period (unless appropriate licenses are already obtained and active). This means that if you do not successfully complete the licensing requirement, you may be subject to termination. To be considered for the position, candidates must pass an industry-standard screening test which indicates the likelihood of passing the Series 7 examination. If you do not successfully pass this test, you will not be considered for this position. This test is administered on-site at a Schwab location, and you will be invited to take the test if you meet initial qualifications.


Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Broker Trainee Program (AFSP)- Austin, TX

Austin, TX

We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our opportunity: We are currently offering the opportunity for dynamic and engaging individuals to join our Client Service & Support (CS&S) team. CS&S is the primary service and trading arm for Schwab Investor Services. CS&S is a team of financial services professionals who provide guidance and solutions to help our retail clients take charge of their futures. We build trust and inspire confidence through exceptional service one connection at a time. With a focus on inspiring client loyalty and a commitment to employee engagement through career development, we support clients and employees in reaching their goals. Schwab provides extensive training and internal support that affords employees the opportunity to be successful in service delivery. Our Service Professionals inspire client loyalty by being the "voice of Schwab" for our clients, supporting and complementing our Branch partners who are the "face of Schwab". Our team members handle over 9.5 million client calls annually allowing us the opportunity to build personalized relationships with each client through meaningful dialogue. In turn, our clients have entrusted us with $2.31 trillion in assets and $9.2 million active brokerage accounts. Results like this don’t just happen, they are earned! We are honored to have earned the trust and relationships we have with our clients. What you’ll do: As an Associate Financial Service Professional (Broker Trainee Program - AFSP) you will have an opportunity to: •Demonstrate energy, empathy, and problem-solving skills while delivering unparalleled value and outstanding service to our clients via the phone, handling approximately 30 to 60 inbound calls per day (this is a phone based relationship with clients) •Utilize a cross section of technology and business experts within Schwab to identify efficient and effective methods to serve the spectrum of client needs •Through active listening and open ended dialogue, partner with clients to gain a thorough understanding of their financial needs •Collaborate with internal business partners and team members to resolve complex client inquiries, and develop knowledge of Schwab products and services •Assist Schwab clients in navigating our website, respond to client inquiries including account servicing, and field inquiries related cost basis and product knowledge support •Engage in ongoing training and professional development activities focused on enhancing your technical skills and expanding your knowledge base Upon licensing, you will fully perform the duties of a Financial Service Professional; your client conversations may also include: •Actively listen to clients, identify opportunities to introduce Schwab offerings and guide them to the proper solutions •Engage clients in discussions involving market conditions and trends, provide investment information and education to clients, as well as place trades •Respond to research requests from clients, discuss financial products that meet their needs and proactively uncover business development opportunities •Our Service Professionals Incentive Compensation program rewards, excellent client service and profitable revenue growth. All Schwab employees have the ability to earn an annual bonus based on company results and personal performance.


Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Broker Trainee Program (AFSP) - Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix, AZ

We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our Opportunity: We are currently offering the opportunity for dynamic and engaging individuals to join our Client Service & Support (CS&S) team. CS&S is the primary service and trading arm for Schwab Investor Services. CS&S is a team of financial services professionals who provide guidance and solutions to help our retail clients take charge of their futures. We build trust and inspire confidence through exceptional service one connection at a time. With a focus on inspiring client loyalty and a commitment to employee engagement through career development, we support clients and employees in reaching their goals. Schwab provides extensive training and internal support that affords employees the opportunity to be successful in service delivery. Our Service Professionals inspire client loyalty by being the "voice of Schwab" for our clients, supporting and complementing our Branch partners who are the "face of Schwab". Our team members handle over 9.5 million client calls annually allowing us the opportunity to build personalized relationships with each client through meaningful dialogue. In turn, our clients have entrusted us with $2.31 trillion in assets and 9.2 million active brokerage accounts. Results like this don’t just happen, they are earned! We are honored to have earned the trust and relationships we have with our clients. As an Associate Financial Service Professional (Broker Trainee Program - AFSP) you will have an opportunity to: •Demonstrate energy, empathy, and problem-solving skills while delivering unparalleled value and outstanding service to our clients via the phone, handling approximately 30 to 60 inbound calls per day (this is a phone based relationship with clients) •Utilize a cross section of technology and business experts within Schwab to identify efficient and effective methods to serve the spectrum of client needs •Through active listening and open ended dialogue, partner with clients to gain a thorough understanding of their financial needs •Collaborate with internal business partners and team members to resolve complex client inquiries, and develop knowledge of Schwab products and services •Assist Schwab clients in navigating our website, respond to client inquiries including account servicing, and field inquiries related cost basis and product knowledge support •Engage in ongoing training and professional development activities focused on enhancing your technical skills and expanding your knowledge base Upon licensing, you will fully perform the duties of a Financial Service Professional; your client conversations may also include: •Actively listen to clients, identify opportunities to introduce Schwab offerings and guide them to the proper solutions •Engage clients in discussions involving market conditions and trends, provide investment information and education to clients, as well as place trades •Respond to research requests from clients, discuss financial products that meet their needs and proactively uncover business development opportunities •Our Service Professionals Incentive Compensation program rewards, excellent client service and profitable revenue growth. All Schwab employees have the ability to earn an annual bonus based on company results and personal performance.


Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Broker Trainee Program (AFSP) - Englewood, CO

CO - Lone Tree, CO - Englewood, CO - Denver

We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our opportunity: We are currently offering the opportunity for dynamic and engaging individuals to join our Client Service & Support (CS&S) team. CS&S is the primary service and trading arm for Schwab Investor Services. CS&S is a team of financial services professionals who provide guidance and solutions to help our retail clients take charge of their futures. We build trust and inspire confidence through exceptional service one connection at a time. With a focus on inspiring client loyalty and a commitment to employee engagement through career development, we support clients and employees in reaching their goals. Schwab provides extensive training and internal support that affords employees the opportunity to be successful in service delivery. Our Service Professionals inspire client loyalty by being the "voice of Schwab" for our clients, supporting and complementing our Branch partners who are the "face of Schwab". Our team members handle over 9.5 million client calls annually allowing us the opportunity to build personalized relationships with each client through meaningful dialogue. In turn, our clients have entrusted us with $2.31 trillion in assets and 9.2 million active brokerage accounts. Results like this don’t just happen, they are earned! We are honored to have earned the trust and relationships we have with our clients. What you’ll do: As an Associate Financial Service Professional (Broker Trainee Program - AFSP) you will have an opportunity to: •Demonstrate energy, empathy, and problem-solving skills while delivering unparalleled value and outstanding service to our clients via the phone, handling approximately 30 to 60 inbound calls per day (this is a phone based relationship with clients) •Utilize a cross section of technology and business experts within Schwab to identify efficient and effective methods to serve the spectrum of client needs •Through active listening and open ended dialogue, partner with clients to gain a thorough understanding of their financial needs •Collaborate with internal business partners and team members to resolve complex client inquiries, and develop knowledge of Schwab products and services •Assist Schwab clients in navigating our website, respond to client inquiries including account servicing, and field inquiries related cost basis and product knowledge support •Engage in ongoing training and professional development activities focused on enhancing your technical skills and expanding your knowledge base Upon licensing, you will fully perform the duties of a Financial Service Professional; your client conversations may also include: •Actively listen to clients, identify opportunities to introduce Schwab offerings and guide them to the proper solutions •Engage clients in discussions involving market conditions and trends, provide investment information and education to clients, as well as place trades •Respond to research requests from clients, discuss financial products that meet their needs and proactively uncover business development opportunities •Our Service Professionals Incentive Compensation program rewards, excellent client service and profitable revenue growth. All Schwab employees have the ability to earn an annual bonus based on company results and personal performance.


ManpowerGroup

Talent Associate (Recruiter and Sales)

Houston, TX

Imagine joining an organization whose number one priority is to provide you with the tools and teachings to allow you to be successful in your career. Experis-ManpowerGroup is looking for our next generation of recruiting and sales leaders. As a Talent Associate, you will be given hands-on selling and recruiting experience. Through accelerated development opportunities, hands-on working experiences, and exposure to key leaders, you will be empowered to own your career. Our best candidates will be recent/soon-to-be college grads or alumni with Bachelor's degrees or higher in business, including course work and interests in IT, Finance, Engineering, Sales, HR, or related fields. To be successful you must show high career aspiration towards sales and recruiting, be goal oriented, collaborative, competitive, and have an intrinsic drive to succeed. Experis, the professional arm of ManpowerGroup, is the global leader in project solutions and professional resourcing. We accelerate organizations’ growth with specialized expertise in IT, Finance and Engineering to precisely deliver in-demand talent and solutions for mission-critical positions and initiatives, enhancing the competitiveness of the organization and people we serve.


Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Escalation Specialist / Technical Support Services - Austin

Austin, TX

We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our Opportunity: Client Service & Support (CS&S) is the primary service and trading arm for Schwab Investor Services. CS&S provides service to our retail clients to fulfill our purpose of championing every clients goals with passion and integrity. The vision for CS&S is being engaged financial service professionals who inspire client loyalty by providing guidance and solutions to fulfill clients' needs. With a focus on employee development and collaboration, we help clients and employees reach their goals. CS&S builds loyalty with clients and employees one interaction at a time. Technical Support Services responds to escalated technical inquiries from internal and external clients. Our training program will provide the professionals the ability to troubleshoot advanced usage, connectivity and navigational issues with Schwab electronic offerings such as Streetsmart Pro, Streetsmart Edge, Schwab.com, Mobile Trading, and the automated phone service such as Schwab by Phone and TeleBroker. We also support OFX technology downloads into third party software applications such as Quicken and TurboTax. We also support Fraud prevention and Identity Theft precautions, typically related to access attempts via our electronic products. We strive to execute the balance of being productive and efficient while delivering exceptional customer service. What you’ll do: As an Escalation Specialist in Technical Support Services, you will have the opportunity to; •Through phone based interaction; Research and gather information through effective probing and listening skills to provide viable solutions and/or alternatives in resolving escalated technical client issues. •Quickly assimilate technical concepts and new technology. •Effectively use available tools and resources to troubleshoot and interpret data to solve client needs. •Recognize challenging conversations and leverage positive language to resolve client needs. •Ensure client request are completed within required time frames that align to client satisfaction goals. •Recognize business development opportunities and discuss appropriate products or services that meet client needs. •Bring a passion for service, positivity, enthusiasm, professionalism, a strong client focus, and creatively to your role every day!


Mercuria Energy Trading, Inc.

Senior Treasury/Financial Analyst

Houston, Texas

Build and maintain models (excel spreadsheets and database/SQL sets) Focus on North America borrowing base calculation, with daily run/estimation, daily cash flow forecast and liquidity models related to margining and MTM movement Prepare and use coding to supplement internal systems


Johnson & Parker LLC

Experienced Tax Preparer

Humble, Texas

Prepare and review Federal and State individual, corporate, partnership, fiduciary, gift and not-for-profit returns Research complex tax issues Maintain client relationships Advise clients on tax and business matters Assist or represent clients with IRS audits and notices


Ochsner Health System

Supply Chain Leadership Development Fellowship

New Orleans, LA

The Supply Chain Administrative Fellowship is a leadership program that serves as a means to develop a broad experience in a fellow’s career that will foster their professional development across the Supply Chain disciplines including: • Inventory Control • Contract Utilization • Purchasing • Capital Equipment • Pharmacy Supply • Strategic Sourcing • Receiving • Distribution • Logistics • Supply Chain Analytics • Strategic Supply Partnerships Program Structure Over the 18-24 month period, the Fellows have the opportunity to rotate through and experience aspects of nearly all of the supply chain disciplines, as well as exposure to understanding hospital, clinic and corporate healthcare operations. Supply Chain Fellows are exposed to a broad range of hands-on experiences that will prepare them for successful careers in the Supply Chain field. The Vice President of Supply Chain will serve as the executive preceptor for the Fellows and coordinate involvement with all levels of administration within the organization. Rotations Fellows will focus on core competencies related to Inventory Control, Contract Utilization, Purchasing, Pharmacy, Strategic Sourcing, Logistics, Analytics, and Strategic Supply Partnerships. After the completion of these rotations, fellows will experience a more focused training associated with organizational need matched with candidate’s interest. Each rotation will serve as a learning experience for the fellow by testing abilities, as well as instilling applicable system and divisional knowledge related to the strategic plan of our organization. Applicable project work will be assigned within each rotation in order to ensure the Fellow’s progress is meeting the expectations of the program. In addition to departmental designated projects, fellows will also have the opportunity to seek out projects that meet their personal career objectives. Leadership & Mentoring Professional development is a fundamental component of the Supply Chain Fellowship Program. Fellows will be assigned to a preceptor who will be responsible for serving as a mentor throughout each rotation. Project reporting, progress evaluations, and feedback will be facilitated by preceptors to ensure continuous competency development of each fellow. Fellows will also have the opportunity to collaborate with executives and senior administration throughout the duration of the program. Examples of Fellow participation and leadership interaction include: • Monthly Operating Reviews • System Quarterly Reviews • Various Senior Leadership Meetings • Strategic Planning Sessions • Professional Healthcare Conferences Compensation The Supply Chain Administrative Fellowship offers a competitive salary and benefits package for the duration of the fellowship rotation. Career Path The Fellowship program aims to provide a strong foundation for each participant’s career. This foundation should lay the framework essential to pertinent organizational and leadership skills within Supply Chain. The program prides itself on aiding the Fellows in finalizing employment at the end of the Fellowship. Often times, this employment is within the Ochsner Health System and at other major academic health centers in the US.


Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Schwab Financial Consultant Academy

Denver, CO

We believe that, when done right, investing liberates people to create their own destiny. We are driven by our purpose to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. We respect and appreciate the diversity of our employees, our clients, and the communities we serve. We challenge conventions strategically to create value for our clients, our firm and the world. We live and bring to life the concept of ‘own your tomorrow’ every day. We champion our employee strengths, guide their development, and invest in their long-term success. We hire optimistic, results-oriented, curious, innovative, and adaptable people with the desire to help our clients and one another succeed. As a company, we were established by Chuck over 40 years ago to champion Main Street over Wall Street, and to help Americans transform themselves from earners to owners. Through advocacy and innovation, we work to make investing more affordable, accessible and understandable for all. As we enter our fifth decade, we are looking for talented, innovative and driven people who believe they can help themselves, and our clients, create a better future. Our Opportunity: At Charles Schwab, we take helping our clients very seriously, and value making a real difference in their lives. That level of commitment sets us apart from our competitors, giving us one of the highest client loyalty ratings in the industry. As we plan for significant growth in our branch offices, seeing things through clients' eyes will continue to be a top priority. And that's where you come in. We're looking for a select group of recent college graduates who will earn a seat in the Schwab Financial Consultant Academy, a program in our Client Service and Support Group that prepares individuals for a consultative role in one of our branches. This program will take place over 18 to 24 months. Our January 2015 class will be based in our Denver Service Center. Through the Schwab Financial Consultant Academy, you will: •Earn credentials by studying and sitting for brokerage licensing exams. •Experience the securities industry firsthand as part of a service center team. •Learn how to provide world-class service to clients over the phone while building market expertise in preparation for face-to-face interactions. •Develop consultative skills through a needs-based process to provide helpful and relevant solutions to clients. CS&S is a team of financial services professionals who provide guidance and solutions to help our retail clients take charge of their futures. We build trust and inspire confidence through exceptional service one connection at a time. With a focus on inspiring client loyalty and a commitment to employee engagement through career development, we support clients and employees in reaching their goals. Schwab provides extensive training and internal support that affords employees the opportunity to be successful in service delivery. Successful Academy graduates will be offered a position at a Schwab branch, located within the U.S., and will be required to relocate if it is outside of the location in which the Academy was held.


Konica Minolta Business Solutions

Sales Account Executive

Houston, Texas

Seeking polished professionals to utilize their skills for business to business (B2B) in outside Sales. These outside business-to-business sales opportunities include responsibility to: Meet or exceed monthly sales objectives. Provide customers with the highest standard of customer service through follow up contact and consultation after the sale to protect and grow market share in assigned territory. Maintain cooperative working relationships with all necessary departments to ensure sales are generated and are processed efficiently to achieve customer satisfaction. Contact cold and warm prospective customers through a combination of telephone and in person contacts to obtain appointments for sales meetings, prepare presentations and proposals. Close sales, gather all detailed information, and develop a sales plan for the account. Konica Minolta offers an attractive compensation package, which includes: Excellent salary, commissions, bonuses and expense allowance. Outstanding benefits package (incl. medical, dental, life insurance) 401(k) plan with matching company contribution Excellent holiday/vacation plans. Tuition reimbursement. Employee Referral Bonus Program. Ongoing training opportunities. State-of-the-art office products Visible, exciting work supporting the sales of cutting edge technology and workflow solutions.


Twin Eagle Resource Management

Real Time Power Trader

Houston, Texas

Twin Eagle Resource Management, located in Houston, Texas, offers an opportunity to join a customer-focused Whole Sale Power and Midstream Company. Twin Eagle is a leader in supply, transport, trading, storage, asset optimization, and wholesale marketing in the North American gas/power markets. Real Time Trader Overview: The RT trader works in the EMA (energy management agreement) team of the Wholesale Power group. The position is primarily responsible for optimization of customer owned portfolios for power producing assets. Twin Eagle managed assets include wind, gas, and coal generators within MISO, PJM, ERCOT, ISO-NE and WECC. • Establish effective relationships with counterparties and asset owners. • Develop and implement real-time risk management and trading strategies to optimize portfolios. • Manage energy and ancillary service bidding, and adjust energy offer curves based on changing market conditions and asset performance. • Track fuel prices, inventory and usage to optimize asset portfolio. • Respond to unforeseen events like forced generation outages or failed starts; by changing unit schedules, purchasing power, scheduling gas, resupplying ancillary services, or changing transmission paths. • Participate in daily customer market overview calls in order to develop daily strategies. • Evaluate market conditions to optimize unit start, shut down, and outage times. • Analyze energy markets and transmission alternatives to optimize physical power flows. • Maintain detailed records regarding real-time desk operations to help ensure compliance. • Problem solving and analytical skills to forecast and manage operational and risk issues. • Work rotating 12 hour shift including days, evenings, nights, weekends and holidays Requirements: • Bachelor's degree in business, engineering, or related quantitative discipline. • Ability to make critical decisions quickly, independently, and to multi-task. • High degree of reliability and work ethic. • Knowledge of power system economics and energy trading are a plus. • Strong analytic background and problem solving skills. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office with an emphasis on Excel. Intermediate VBA is a plus. • Ability to obtain PJM Operator Generator Certification within 12 months of employment. Position offers a competitive pay and benefits package. Apply for this position via email at careers@termna.com. Twin Eagle Resource Management, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Horn Solutions

Staff Accountant

Houston, TX

A downtown E&P company is seeking an entry level Staff Accountant. The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance and have 1 year of experience. • Perform the activity of property and expenditure accounting team member: input and analyze expense and capital expenditures; compile data for accrual, amortization and depreciation entries within the accounting close timeframe; and perform reconciliation’s and prepare summary level reports and schedules for management review each month. • Collect, review, code and input Cash Receipts on a daily basis, communicating any issues with Treasury and Accounting personnel. • Coordinate the monthly Capital AFE Accruals by comparing system reports with operational estimates. Research unusual items with operational personnel; Input the approved accrual journal entries in the system. • Maintain amortization schedules for prepaid accounts, other assets and liabilities. Prepare and input journal entries for detail amortization, by detail asset or liability. • Monitor and maintain the Asset Management module for updates and changes to inventory and asset identification numbers. Act as primary contact person in the group for system updates and changes. Make proposals to staff and management for system updates, and complete the updates after receiving approvals. • Responsible for creating and maintaining schedules for a list of account reconciliations, and complete process within the reporting timeframe. Roll forward support schedules from one month to the next, and maintain final control copies.


Jellyfish

Account Management Associate

Baltimore, Md

Account Management Associate – Jellyfish Academy Jellyfish US – Baltimore, Maryland Here at Jellyfish, we don’t follow, we lead. We explore the boundaries of digital for our clients and constantly end up in exciting new places. We are positive team members and passionate marketers, always looking to create perfect digital journeys. Headquartered in the UK, Jellyfish is a global enterprise with offices around the world. This US division has been the most successful branch of the business and is enjoying tremendous growth in 2014. We are looking for dynamic individuals with 1-2 years of experience to join Jellyfish's Training Program (3 months) for Account Management. After completing the program you will join the Jellyfish team as an Associate Account Manager. The Account Manager Team Member will be: • Nurturing positive, collaborative working relationships with clients through regular communication, exemplary client services and continual expectation management. • Acting as the custodian of client records, information and instructions • Taking ownership of client needs/requests and ensuring that they are facilitated through to completion within the required timeframe. • Managing and monitoring the production and presentation of client facing reports, studies and presentations to Jellyfish brand standards. • Maintaining an in depth understanding of Jellyfish's marketplace, with particular emphasis on communicating all new and emerging initiatives to clients.


Progressive GE

Senior Recruitment Consultant

Houston, TX

Progressive GE is the Oil & Gas division of the SThree Group, an award winning recruitment Group delivering in niche verticals through specialist Brands. We are looking to add motivated and talented sales professionals to a number of our Houston-based teams. We have a motivated, target driven culture where progression is based on performance and thus your growth is in your hands. Headquartered in London, we have operations in over 60 offices worldwide and solid plans to continue to expand – especially in the US. We deal with only senior level placements and executive search. Through hard work and consistent results, we have built an excellent reputation in the Houston Oil & Gas market that we are proud of. We want the most ambitious professionals who are hungry for a role in sales to come on board. • All employees will participate in an award-winning training program dedicated to ensuring you have all the tools to be a successful full-cycle recruitment consultant • As a company we firmly believe in organic growth, therefore we try to motivate our employees as much as possible – we actually have one of the lowest turnover rates in the industry! • We provide a multitude of benefits and rewards including: unlimited earning potential (uncapped, no threshold commission structure), rapid career progression (based on a meritocratic system) twice yearly holiday targets, monthly lunch clubs and much more! What is the role? • Recruitment is a sales role: fast-paced, vibrant, competitive and challenging • Build a network of candidates and clients relevant to your market • Become a specialist in your niche • Cold call and proactively network with clients in your market • Bring in job requirements from clients • Resource and review candidates received from advertising, referrals, and headhunting • Conduct interviews with candidates • Present candidates to clients • Manage the interview process and relationships with both parties • Collect and utilize market information • This is relationship-based sales!


Aramark Refreshments

Customer Service Associate

Houston, TX

Customer Service Associate ARAMARK is a leader in professional services, providing award-winning food services, facilities management, and uniform and career apparel to health care institutions, universities and school districts, stadiums and arenas, and businesses around the world. The company is recognized as the industry leader in FORTUNE magazine's "World's Most Admired Companies," and as one of America's Largest Private Companies by both FORTUNE and Forbes magazines. ARAMARK seeks to responsibly address issues that matter to its clients, customers, employees and communities by focusing on employee advocacy, environmental stewardship, health and wellness, and community involvement. Headquartered in Philadelphia, ARAMARK has approximately 255,000 employees serving clients in 22 countries. Learn more at www.twitter.com/aramarknews. ARAMARK Refreshment Services is North America’s #1 refreshment services provider. Everyday we provide workplace refreshments to more than 100,000 locations throughout North America, offering clients a single source for office coffee service, water filtration, brand-name snacks, beverages and break-room essentials. Through our industry leading program, The Complete Breaktime Experience® ARAMARK offers a holistic approach to providing outstanding client services. ARAMARK Refreshment Services is part of the Business & Industry Group's portfolio of services we offer to Fortune 500 companies and other large and small employers, and is one of the fastest growing and dynamic business units within this group. Position Description •Support to Customers in regards to product and service •Monitor account balances/payment practices •Cash Application •Contact customers regarding past due balances •Resolve customer disputes •Preparation of Credit/Debit Memos •Reconciles accounts to determine accuracy and adequacy of general ledger and account balances Requirements •Well developed analytical and organizational abilities •Interpersonal, team and partnering skills •Well developed oral and written communication skills •Ability to prioritize assignments/projects and multi-task within restricted time constraints •Strong oral and written communication skills Our employees enjoy an exceptional compensation package based on experience plus incentives. We also offer medical, dental, life insurance and 401k.


P2 Energy Solutions

Inside Sales Representative

Houston, TX

"Empowering the People Who Power the World" P2 Energy Solutions empowers the people who power the world. P2 is the world's largest software and technology company dedicated to the upstream oil and gas industry, with solutions spanning the entire value chain from exploration to decommissioning. More than 1,500 companies use P2 products and services daily to improve decision-making, gain clarity into complex workflow scenarios, and optimize upstream efficiency. With more than 80 years of experience in data and 30 years in software, P2 has offices around the world, and employs over 700 people. We have a great opportunity for a great Inside Sales Representative. If you exhibit accountability, leadership, independence, superior knowledge, and strong influencing and mentoring skills, we would love to have you on our team! You must be flexible and excited about working in a fast-paced, high-performance company, have proven communication and organizational skills, and be willing and able to focus on both internal and external customer service to meet business needs. The successful employee at P2 is motivated, dedicated, and constantly working to deliver a great experience for our customers. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Respond to customer inquiries via phone and e-mail, assist potential customers during their evaluation process, create quotes, co-ordinate with channel partners, close sales, and co-ordinate activity with Regional Outside Sales Account Executives • Keep P2 management informed by maintaining accurate customer and pipeline records within SalesForce.com and other tools used by P2 • Submit accurate and timely activity reports as required • Conduct product demonstrations and presentations via the internet and phone to potential and existing customer’s that are both technical and non-technical • Identify local market and new business opportunities within your targeted Region • Activities will include sales presentations, customer contact and client interaction outside of the office • Perform other duties as necessary to achieve assigned targets


CPI One Point

Outside Sales Representative

Houston, TX

CPI One Point is a 31 year old organization focusing on the supply of office products, computer supplies, paper products, towel/tissue, printed material, office furniture and promotional products. CPI is growing rapidly throughout the United States and is currently in eight major markets with the plans to continue its reach. We are currently seeking an Outside Sales Representative for our Houston market. We take great pride in the personal relationship sales process that truly makes CPI Unique among its competition. As an Account Manager you will maintain and grow your own set of accounts. Compensation consists of a combination of a base salary, $45,000 and a bonus structure. Benefits include medical, dental, life and vision insurance coverage. In addition, we offer short term and long term disability coverage, and a 401k plan. Hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 to 5:00. Extensive ongoing training is provided. Upward mobility is welcomed and encouraged. Job Purpose: Generates revenue by developing market potential through lead generation, qualification, and closing sales; recommending new products and services. Duties: * Identifies market potential by qualifying accounts. * Initiates sales process by cold calling; making initial presentations; understanding account requirements. * Closes sales by building rapport with potential accounts; explaining product and service capabilities; overcoming objections; preparing contracts. * Expands sales in existing accounts by introducing new products and services. * Contributes information to market strategy by monitoring competition and reactions from accounts. * Recommends new products and services by evaluating current product results; identifying needs to be filled. * Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities. * Accomplishes marketing and organization mission by completing related results as needed.


Panderas Systems

Technical Solution Analyst

Atlanta / Orlando

Pandera Systems is looking for a Solutions Analyst to join our team of qualified and motivated individuals driven by a commitment to providing unique solutions to complex problems. A successful Solutions Analyst will effectively collaborate with team members in developing effective technical solutions based on gathered business requirements. This position requires substantial travel and the candidate should be capable and willing to travel/work at client sites. Primary Responsibilities •Participate in discussions with clients to understand their processes and reporting requirements; •Assist in the development of client presentation artifacts; •Work closely with developers and business analysts to communicate design specifications and provide iterative design feedback; •Perform/deliver quality work within project scope and timeline, while understanding both internal and external technical/functional restraints. •Create and maintain technical documents detailing the proposed solution for client deliverables; •Participate in internal projects as required


Panderas Systems

Technical Solution Architect

Atlanta and Orlando

Pandera Systems is looking for a Technical Solutions Architect to join our team of qualified and motivated individuals driven by a commitment to providing unique solutions to complex problems across multiple technologies. A successful Solutions Engineer can comfortably cross-utilize various technologies to develop robust, integrated solutions. This position requires substantial travel and the candidate should be capable and willing to travel/work at client sites. Primary Responsibilities •Lead discussions with clients and internal team members to distill the proposed solution and ensure technical feasibility of proposals; •Responsible for designing solutions in accordance to Best Practices and Standards of our company; •Assist in the development of client presentation artifacts; •Generate internal growth through team mentorship, and review of work created by team members; •Create and maintain technical documents detailing the proposed solution for client deliverables; •Collaborate with project management office in generating project/task Level of Effort, project timelines, and other minor project management responsibilities. •Participate in internal projects as required.


Platts

Associate Editorial Operations, US

Houston, TX

This position is to support the US-based editorial staff using proprietary editorial systems to produce market news, commentaries and price assessments for Platts real-time services and publications. The team is responsible for providing front-line support and training for those systems to enable high quality editorial content to be delivered accurately and on time. Editorial Operations staff troubleshoots production issues and gather requirements to create/modify forms and reports for new and existing market coverage. Strict attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple deadlines effectively is required. Editorial Operations also constitutes the principle line of communication from Editorial to the Technology group and good communication skills are essential.


centillionz

.Net Openings

USA

• Knowledge on OOP’s (Object-Oriented Program) concept and Technology skills. • Must have hands on .NET development experience and some database design experience. • Utilize established development tools, guidelines and conventions including but not limited to • Visual Studio, ASP.NET, SQL Server, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and C#/VB.NET • Responsible for coding, testing, and implementation of solutions within established standards and documentation guidelines. • Build and support database-backed Web applications for both internal and consumer facing platforms • Develop new functionality on our existing software products. • Participate in a small, experienced, energetic team on a rapid, agile development schedule • Performs code changes or develops new processes based on technical specifications. • Perform enhancements, modifications and ongoing support for Company’s Information Systems. • Investigate and develop skills in new technologies • Relies on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals Benefits:- Free Accommodation. Dedicated HR persons & recruiting team assures you 100% placement with our clients. Experienced faculty with good industry experience Free Training on the desired technology along with support for resume preparation Benefits: H1B/ Green Card: Sponsorship for eligible and selected employees Relocation charges would be paid while moving to the first project Company pays relocation charges along with first week Rental car and Motel Expenses. Very strong in H1 and Green Card Sponsorship.


Veritas Title Partners

Marketing Assistant/Executive Assistant/Office Manager

Houston, TX

Veritas Title Partners is an independent title company known for its experience in resolving title issues and managing the closing process. Based in Houston, Texas, the company serves commercial and residential customers nationwide with a comprehensive collection of capabilities, a broad network of experts and a reputation for first-class service. This position will be in our Commercial/Corporate office. Responsibilities: - Supports marketing operations and business development managers by compiling and reporting information and materials. - Assists with planning and organizing marketing events for clients including keeping track of and assisting the Business Development Managers with event attendance lists and budgets. Responsible for managing and updating calendars with meetings and events. Organizes bi-monthly company marketing meetings. - Oversees all orders of marketing supplies and promotional materials and maintains inventory of items. - Responsible for updating website and advertisements. Creates and maintains profitability analysis for monthly review. - Executive assistant to Chief Financial Officer. Handles all travel plans, appointments, reservations, and provides additional support to the Partners. - Responsible for various HR support including record keeping and updating company policies. - Responsible for day-to-day office operations including tracking and verifying all invoices, ordering office supplies, maintaining personnel files and various other administrative duties. Maintains relationships with all vendors and outside companies.


Ronald Blue & Company

Client Service Assistant

Houston, TX

We are currently seeking a Client Service Assistant in our Houston, TX office who has experience working in a fast-paced professional environment, is highly organized and is detail oriented. Requirements for this position include a bachelor's degree and experience with Microsoft Office as well as excellent communication and interpersonal skills. The CSA position covers a wide range of responsibilities including, but not limited to: •Initiates and monitors administrative details to serve our firm's clients with excellence, which include but are not limited to: ◦Responsible for all procedures and follow-up necessary to service investment accounts (e.g., process applications, deposits, withdrawals, transfers; collates and mails Quarterly Investment ◦Reviews; and generates various investment reports as needed.) ◦Prepares requested client, branch or investment reports and spreadsheets in a timely manner. ◦Transcribes or composes routine correspondence and emails with speed and accuracy and in keeping with the highest business standards. ◦Organizes and expresses thoughts clearly and concisely in both speaking and writing. ◦Strong business mathematical skills and keen attention to detail. •Works in conjunction with Supervisor to initiate and organize client meetings, follow-up on meetings and respond to client inquiries regarding actions taken to accomplish goals. ◦Coordinates the scheduling of team appointments, meetings , and travel arrangements; greets team's visitor(s) or client(s). ◦Proactive planning and responsiveness to urgent needs. •Executes all functions necessary to maintain accurate electronic database of prospect and client information, including maintaining well indexed and up-to-date electronic file systems for correspondence, reports and reference material, confidential and non-confidential material, in accordance with compliance guidelines and regulations. ◦Gathers, records, and processes pertinent information from clients or financial institutions for record maintenance or further analysis by other team members. ◦Personal integrity and ability to discreetly handle confidential data. •Processes quarterly client billing, generates invoices and maintains updated Client Income Projection report in an active and timely manner. •Maintains the highest Compliance standards by adhering to the firm’s Human Resources policies, Compliance policies, professional designation standards, and our industry's regulatory standards to mitigate risk to the firm.


Snelling Staffing

Fortune 500 Co. - Inside Sales - Exceptional Training

Houston, TX 77024

Fortune 500 global building materials company provides high quality products and reliable service to customers and communities throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. Position is responsible for building business relationships with companies who have contacted the organization previously or has a previous business relationship. Client provides an extensive training program that spans over a year. Exceptional growth opportunities within the organization. Position works in the North American headquarters located in West Houston. Genera areas of responsibility: • Outbound and inbound Inside Sales responsibilities. • Identifying decision makers amongst the targeted leads in order to start sales process. • Participating fully in training sessions, meetings, skill building and professional development classes. • Capturing of accurate and complete information in Customer Relationship Management system (CRM). • Coordinating with customer service for status on orders from related plant departments in ensuring the delivery commitment to clients is met. • Cooperating with Accounts manager and Sales Supervisor to determine essential strategic approaches for sales. • Coordinating with customer service for status on orders from related plant departments in ensuring the delivery commitment to clients is met. Rewarding work environment that offers exceptional training programs, and when full time - comprehensive benefits package.


Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Broker Trainee Program

Phoenix, AZ

As an Associate Financial Service Professional (Broker Trainee Program - AFSP) you will have an opportunity to: •Demonstrate energy, empathy, and problem-solving skills while delivering unparalleled value and outstanding service to our clients via the phone, handling approximately 30 to 60 inbound calls per day (this is a phone based relationship with clients) •Utilize a cross section of technology and business experts within Schwab to identify efficient and effective methods to serve the spectrum of client needs •Collaborate with internal business partners and team members to resolve complex client inquiries, and develop knowledge of Schwab products and services •Assist Schwab clients in navigating our website, respond to client inquiries including account servicing, and field inquiries related cost basis and product knowledge support activities •Engage in ongoing training and professional development Upon licensing, you will fully perform the duties of a Financial Service Professional; your client conversations may also include: •Actively listen to clients, identify opportunities to introduce Schwab offerings and guide them to the proper solutions •Engage clients in discussions involving market conditions and trends, provide investment information and education to clients, as well as place trades •Respond to research requests from clients, discuss financial products that meet their needs and proactively uncover business development opportunities •Our Service Professionals Incentive Compensation program rewards, excellent client service and profitable revenue growth. All Schwab employees have the ability to earn an annual bonus based on company results and personal performance.


Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Broker Trainee Program (AFSP)

Austin, TX

As an Associate Financial Service Professional (Broker Trainee Program - AFSP) you will have an opportunity to: •Demonstrate energy, empathy, and problem-solving skills while delivering unparalleled value and outstanding service to our clients via the phone, handling approximately 30 to 60 inbound calls per day (this is a phone based relationship with clients) •Utilize a cross section of technology and business experts within Schwab to identify efficient and effective methods to serve the spectrum of client needs •Through active listening and open ended dialogue, partner with clients to gain a thorough understanding of their financial needs •Collaborate with internal business partners and team members to resolve complex client inquiries, and develop knowledge of Schwab products and services •Assist Schwab clients in navigating our website, respond to client inquiries including account servicing, and field inquiries related cost basis and product knowledge support •Engage in ongoing training and professional development activities focused on enhancing your technical skills and expanding your knowledge base Upon licensing, you will fully perform the duties of a Financial Service Professional; your client conversations may also include: •Actively listen to clients, identify opportunities to introduce Schwab offerings and guide them to the proper solutions •Engage clients in discussions involving market conditions and trends, provide investment information and education to clients, as well as place trades •Respond to research requests from clients, discuss financial products that meet their needs and proactively uncover business development opportunities •Our Service Professionals Incentive Compensation program rewards, excellent client service and profitable revenue growth. All Schwab employees have the ability to earn an annual bonus based on company results and personal performance.


Logical Paradigm, LLC

Business/Systems Analyst

Herndon, VA

Minimum Experience: Recent college graduates or graduates with few years of experience preferred. Computer literate and familiar with the use of word processing, spreadsheet, and basic database applications preferred. Skills/Abilities/Competencies Required: Must be ambitious, have strong work ethic, and a willingness to learn Be a fast learner with strong problem solving skills Demonstrated strength in verbal and written communication Positive & winning attitude Candidate must be willing to relocate Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to understand and effectively communicate at all management levels, technical dependencies, timeline impact and risks Employment Benefits: Competitive Base Salary: Base Pay with periodic reviews (usually every 6 months) and increments. Health Insurance: We provide all our full-time employees with medical insurance. Health Insurance coverage (PPO Plan) is offered by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, one of the leading healthcare providers in the United States. We also provide other benefits like Dental/Vision coverage. Workers Compensation: Workers' compensation insurance is provided to all employees, covering them against work related injuries and/or disabilities. Relocation Assistance: We offer our employees Relocation Assistance, to help them with the relocation costs while starting their project at client site.


Antra Inc

Java Developers.

Sterling, VA

Exciting Job Opportunities for Recent Graduates as Java Developers.


FSC Pediatrics, Inc.

Pharmaceutical Sales Specialist

Houston (Southeast), TX/ Fort Worth (South), TX

Position Description As a FSC Pediatrics Sales Specialist, you will be challenged intellectually and professionally to drive product sales in your territory. You will have significant earnings potential. Following product and sales training, you will work under the guidance of an experienced District Sales Manager and will have the full support of the Corporate Management team. You will promote multiple pediatric-focused FDA-approved prescription pharmaceutical products and medical devices to healthcare practitioners, coordinate with local pharmacies to ensure consistent supply, and provide constant feedback to the corporate management team on the ever changing needs in general and sub-specialty pediatric practices. The Sales Specialist will: Develop close relationships with pediatric primary care and pediatric subspecialist practitioners and office staff to effectively educate them on FSC Pediatrics product portfolio Have a positive, respectful, and enthusiastic attitude Be self-motivated with a determination to excel Have an entrepreneurial mentality Ensure patients have access to FSC Pediatrics products by promoting utilization of patient co-pay cards, collaborating with the corporate team to maximize managed care support, and ensuring FSC Pediatrics products are available in pharmacies Work with your District Sales Manager to assess territory sales performance and market trends and suggest and implement appropriate actions to enhance performance Ensure that sales forecasts are met (or exceeded) within budget for the therapeutic areas at a territory level Pay attention to detail within a highly regulated pharmaceutical and medical device industry that requires complete accountability, stellar organizational skills, and total responsibility to meet corporate and regular compliance expectations Compensation/Benefits The Sales Specialist will receive a base salary of $33,500, uncapped quarterly bonus, a communication allowance, company car, company iPad, promotional expense reimbursement, and will be eligible for other performance-related bonuses and incentive contests. FSC Pediatrics provides excellent health benefits, paid vacation and corporate holidays, a 401k program with company match, and company profit-sharing. A newly hired employee will receive industry-specific training prior to assuming territory responsibilities. Company Description FSC Pediatrics, Inc. was founded in 2004 to address significant unmet needs faced by pediatricians and their patients. FSC Pediatrics markets and distributes pediatric-friendly pharmaceutical products and devices that have been approved for children. Our portfolio of unique products is growing quickly and we are rapidly expanding our sales force. FSC Pediatrics distributes its products nationally and is committed to becoming the unparalleled leader in pediatrics. To learn more about FSC Pediatrics, please visit our website at www.fscpediatrics.com. At FSC Pediatrics, it is our policy that no citizen of the United States or any other person within the jurisdiction thereof shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex (including sexual harassment), age, disability, veteran status, religion, national origin or sexual orientation, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination in employment.


Hines

Project Accountant

Houston, TX

Hines seeks a Project Accountant to ensure the accuracy and propriety of all financial data and reports. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: review and approval of monthly journal entries and bank reconciliations; budgeting; assist with annual tax and audit information reporting requests; financial statement preparation for various entities; periodic investment and working capital reconciliations; assist with supervision of Staff Accountants.


Dexter Systems Inc

JAVA /J2EE -Web Developer -Rochester NY

San Francisco, CA

Role: Java Developer Duration: 9 -12 months (W2 Positions) Location: VA, NY, CT, NJ, NC, GA, FL- Multiple Locations Description:- • Job Function: IT – Software /Enterprise Application Development. • Industry: IT-Software Qualification: Graduates-CS/MIS/IT/Software/Mechanical / Electrical Engineering • Experience: 0 -5 • Level: Entry Level/Fresher/experience • Key Skills: SQL, PL/Sql, Database concepts, C++, OOP’s Concepts • Visa Status: F1/EAD (OPT/L2/GC) Roles and Responsibilities:- • Develop and maintain new functionality for new web applications and web services according to specifications and within the agreed upon time frame in support of the project. • Provide J2EE best practices. • Utilize development skills to build (code) and unit test new systems functionality per technical specifications, with deliverables to include code builds and documented unit test results. • Utilize development skills to build (code) and unit test new systems functionality per technical specifications, with deliverables to include code builds and documented unit test results. • Build and unit test production deployment packages and implementation plans for scheduled systems enhancements. • Translate business and functional requirements into documented technical specifications • Work within a group and collaborative team dynamic under the direction of the Project Manager and or team lead. Basic Requirement: • Java/J2EE programming experience- 1-3 years’ experience. • Enterprise Applications Integration, XML, JSF, EJB, and Java Web Start. • Knowledge of SQL and relational databases. • Knowledge of C++, OOP’s Concepts. Note: H1b Sponsored for OPT/L2 EAD Visa Holders – W2 Position Please refer F1 students/ Graduates on OPT-CPT /GC’s looking for Jobs, for more Information please visit below link: http://f1-opt.blogspot.in/ Thanks & Regards Sachit Bhatnagar Dexter Systems Inc. 11700 Plaza America Drive, Ste 300 Reston, VA – 20190 Phone: 703-763-4322 sachit.b@dextersys.com | www.dextersys.com


Stewart & Stevenson

Technical Writer 4460

Houston

Stewart and Stevenson is hiring a technical writer for our Houston branch location! POSITION SUMMARY (4460) Responsible for developing, writing and editing materials for technical training manuals, instructions, and related technical and administrative publications concerned with work methods and procedures related to equipment installation, operation, and maintenance. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS * Prepare for writing assignment by establishing information objectives, understanding the product, and identifying audience needs. * Collect information from engineers and prepare technical descriptions, manuals, detailed and summary reports. * Observe production activities to determine operating procedure and detail. * Interview production and engineering staff and read journals, reports and other material to become familiar with product specifications and production methods. * Review manufacturer's and trade catalogs, drawings and other data relative to operation, maintenance and service. * Studies blueprints, flow charts, sketches, drawings, parts lists, specifications, mock ups and product samples to integrate and delineate technology, operating procedure, and production sequence and detail. * Gather background information to define or clarify the objectives or writing or editing projects, and research the accuracy and consistency of the information collected or provided. * Organize material and complete writing assignment according to set standards regarding order, clarity, conciseness, style and terminology. * Develop and/or update detailed technical documentation. * Prepare, review and analyze final documents and drawings to assure the technical accuracy, completeness and compliance of materials with applicable guidelines. Prepare document summaries. * Type, proof, duplicate and distribute materials as necessary. * Review published materials and recommend revisions or changes in scope, format, content, and the methods of reproduction and binding. * May select photographs, drawings, sketches, diagrams and charts to illustrate material. * May assist in laying out material for publication. * Edit and revise materials as necessary.


Boxer Property Management Corporation

Internet Sales Channel Manager

Houston, Tx

Boxer Property is searching for an Internet Sales Channel Manager to add to our leasing group in Houston, TX. As our customers increasingly use the internet to find office space, Boxer Property is placing more emphasis on our relationship with online channel partners. The Internet Broker Liaison is responsible for identifying and managing relationships with online brokers, referral sites, and lead aggregators. This position also tracks prospects sourced through these sources, ensures they have a positive experience, and reports progress to the referral source. Our ideal candidate is an internet savvy self-starter with a basic understanding of commercial real estate and channel partner management with a passion for business development and fostering relationships. This is not a technical, SEO, or SMM position, and instead calls for strong organization, communication, and relationship management skills. Job Duties and Responsibilities: •Identify, qualify, and secure contracts with new channel partners •Negotiate and ensure compliance with partner agreements and monitor ongoing lead flow •Facilitate communication between channel partners and internal staff •Coordinate ongoing lead generation activities through internal processes and systems. •Establish productive, professional relationships with key personnel in assigned partner accounts. •Proactively assess, clarify, and validate channel partner needs on an ongoing basis. •Leads solution development efforts that best address end-user needs, while coordinating the involvement of all necessary company and partner personnel. •Respond to live chat inquiries on company website •Create, manage, update, and distribute Salesforce opportunities and information


Boxer Property Management Corporation

Internet Sales Channel Manager

Houston, Tx

Boxer Property is searching for an Internet Sales Channel Manager to add to our leasing group in Houston, TX. As our customers increasingly use the internet to find office space, Boxer Property is placing more emphasis on our relationship with online channel partners. The Internet Broker Liaison is responsible for identifying and managing relationships with online brokers, referral sites, and lead aggregators. This position also tracks prospects sourced through these sources, ensures they have a positive experience, and reports progress to the referral source. Our ideal candidate is an internet savvy self-starter with a basic understanding of commercial real estate and channel partner management with a passion for business development and fostering relationships. This is not a technical, SEO, or SMM position, and instead calls for strong organization, communication, and relationship management skills. Job Duties and Responsibilities: •Identify, qualify, and secure contracts with new channel partners •Negotiate and ensure compliance with partner agreements and monitor ongoing lead flow •Facilitate communication between channel partners and internal staff •Coordinate ongoing lead generation activities through internal processes and systems. •Establish productive, professional relationships with key personnel in assigned partner accounts. •Proactively assess, clarify, and validate channel partner needs on an ongoing basis. •Leads solution development efforts that best address end-user needs, while coordinating the involvement of all necessary company and partner personnel. •Respond to live chat inquiries on company website •Create, manage, update, and distribute Salesforce opportunities and information


Intellisoft Technologies Inc

Software Engineer

Irving/TX

Prior knowledge / experience in Java with knowledge on database concepts. Should be quick learner and willing to learn or Upgrade on the required IT skills Willing to work with work onsite with my client base, anywhere in US. Responsibilities include:  Configuring  Coding  Developing  Documentation


HFF (Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P)

LOAN SERVICING - REAL ESTATE ANALYST

Houston, TX

Job Summary This position assists in the servicing of commercial real estate loans. Main Description Perform financial analysis, property inspections, mini-appraisals, loan reviews and lease approvals. Perform complex financial and spreadsheet analysis and modeling. Compile packages on modifications, assumptions and secondary financing requests. Prepare yield maintenance, account reconciliations and other payoff calculations. Requires frequent travel to visit collateral sites.


Duff & Phelps

Analyst, Dispute Consulting

Houston

In order to be considered for a position at Duff & Phelps, you must formally apply via www.duffandphelps.jobs. At Duff & Phelps, we stand for the qualities that power sound decisions. And we believe that behind every good decision, you'll find solid thinking, proven experience and valuable insight. But all the numbers and facts in the world mean nothing without a top team of professionals to make sense of them all. That's where YOU come in - provided you're incisive, entrepreneurial and up for a challenge. We offer an environment where your talent and perspective matter - where you can make a real impact. Our Dispute Consulting service line advises companies, individuals, and their attorneys on a broad range of issues in connection with litigation, mediation and arbitration. Our professionals analyze complex financial issues and valuation strategies and act as expert witnesses on behalf of numerous clients within a variety of industries, solidifying our reputation as a leading provider of insightful and objective financial and economic advice. Clients rely on our technical and industry expertise when dealing with issues related to intellectual property, securities and trading, forensic accounting, and other complex business matters relating to a dispute or potential dispute. Join our team and together we'll power the sound decisions that enhance value - yours and ours. We are seeking Analysts to join our team in Summer, 2015. Responsibilities: As a Dispute Consulting Analyst, you will be afforded the opportunity to work on engagements that include retrospective business valuations, solvency/fairness opinions, quantification of damages from a failed transaction or from lost profits, reasonable royalties related to intellectual property, financial securities valuations in a litigation matter and commercial/shareholder disputes. • Coordinating engagements to ensure the end product will support thorough and grounded expert financial opinions and/or provide quality consulting services to attorneys • Creating financial models and cash flow analysis, completing business related valuations and other analyses as dictated by the needs of the client or transaction • Developing and/or evaluating damages claims and calculations • Providing guidance to attorneys on key financial, valuation, and business issues • Obtaining an understanding of the drivers that affect value and creditworthiness of the subject company • Drafting of internal and external communications, including client proposals and expert reports


Uline

Sales Representative - Houston

Houston, TX

Sales Representative Uline seeks various levels of Sales Representatives for its Houston, Texas territory. Experience a high-energy, fast-paced work environment that's both competitive and rewarding. Learn about our industry and soar with the support of great coaches and sales managers. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES • Actively manage and grow a dedicated sales territory that includes a large, pre-existing customer base. • Use our 628-page catalog with over 29,000 items to sell product solutions to large and small companies. • Prospect and develop new, exciting business relationships. • Understand each customer's needs to provide real, effective solutions. • Deliver exceptional customer service. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS • Bachelor's degree. • Ability to identify, qualify and close accounts. • Excellent communication, problem-solving and presentation skills are a must. BENEFITS • Base salary, 3 bonus programs plus national and local contest incentives ($$$). • Internet, cell phone and car allowance. • Complete insurance coverage – medical, dental, vision, life. • 401(k) with company match. • Generous paid time off. • Tuition reimbursement. If you are a competitive, detailed, dependable team player that thrives on achieving goals and solving problems, then Uline wants to hear from you! EOE m/f/d/v


Uline

Sales Representative - Austin

Austin, TX

Sales Representative Uline seeks various levels of Sales Representatives for its Austin, Texas territory. Experience a high-energy, fast-paced work environment that's both competitive and rewarding. Learn about our industry and soar with the support of great coaches and sales managers. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES • Actively manage and grow a dedicated sales territory that includes a large, pre-existing customer base. • Use our 628-page catalog with over 29,000 items to sell product solutions to large and small companies. • Prospect and develop new, exciting business relationships. • Understand each customer's needs to provide real, effective solutions. • Deliver exceptional customer service. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS • Bachelor's degree. • Ability to identify, qualify and close accounts. • Excellent communication, problem-solving and presentation skills are a must. BENEFITS • Base salary, 3 bonus programs plus national and local contest incentives ($$$). • Internet, cell phone and car allowance. • Complete insurance coverage – medical, dental, vision, life. • 401(k) with company match. • Generous paid time off. • Tuition reimbursement. If you are a competitive, detailed, dependable team player that thrives on achieving goals and solving problems, then Uline wants to hear from you! EOE m/f/d/v


AXA Advisors

Financial Advisor (Various Texas Openings)

Various Openings include: Austin, Brownsville, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio

Make AXA Advisors your First and Last Stop Job Description AXA Advisors is seeking driven individuals looking to work in an industry with unprecedented growth as Financial Professionals. When entering the workforce for the first time, stability, financial freedom, and building a skillset through training and development are the most important factors that job seekers look for when searching for their ideal job. Many entry level professionals discover that it is difficult to find a position that provides all of these things. The Financial Professional is an independent position that provides entry level professionals the opportunity to build their own business and financial success potential by helping individuals and families make strong financial decisions to impact their future positively. The amount of support we provide for our Financial Professionals is unparalleled in the industry. We make the route to success very easy if you have the drive and motivation to make it happen. While other companies may throw their new employees into the fire and hope that a handful succeed, we believe in the people that we hire and will work with them constantly until they are ready to take the reins of their business and go full speed ahead. If you are at the beginning of your career and looking for a job that you can turn your hard work into financial success, you owe it to yourself to discover a world of opportunity with one of the most respected and growing full service financial services companies! As a Financial Professional, you will be primarily focused on growing your own financial services practice with the support and strength of one of the nation’s leading financial services firms. The work environment is fast paced, energetic and enthusiastic and is ideal for likeminded individuals. Benefits As an AXA Advisors Financial Professional, you’ll be part of a recognized, respected company that offers: • High earnings potential and comprehensive benefits • Training, support and hands-on management • Advancement/management opportunities Company Overview AXA Advisors, LLC is a member of the global AXA Group, "AXA Group" refers to AXA, a French holding company for a group of international insurance and financial services companies, together with its direct and indirect consolidated subsidiaries, including AXA Equitable. AXA Group is a worldwide leader in financial protection and wealth management. AXA's operations are diverse geographically, with major operations in Europe, North America and the Asia/Pacific Area. AXA Advisors is positioned to offer highly motivated, achievement-driven individuals an opportunity to grow a thriving business. Make AXA Advisors your first choice! AXA Group’s activities in insurance and wealth management are offered through its principal U.S. subsidiary, AXA Financial, Inc. and AXA Financial’s strong family of brands, including AXA Advisors, LLC, AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company, Alliance Bernstein, and MONY Life Insurance Company. AXA Advisors, LLC (NY, NY 212-314-4600) member SIPC, is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V. GE-82007 (02/13)


Goodman Manufacturing

Cost Accountant

Houston

• Planning, studying, and collecting data to determine costs of business activity such as raw material purchases, inventory and labor. • Analyzing data collected and recording results. • Analyzing changes in product design, raw materials, manufacturing methods or services provided, to determine effects on cost. • Provide insight for specific improvements in plant material, labor, overhead, scrap, floor planning, inventory levels, staffing, etc. to improve efficiency and effectiveness of the plant. • Inventory Accuracy: Reconcile and maintain accurate inventory records within the scope of the Plant Operations. • Fixed Asset Accounting: o Assist project leaders with preparing capital request including cost justification. o Monitor and report on project status and spending versus plan. o Ensure accurate fixed asset records are maintained. • Policy Procedures and General Operational Review: o Ensure adequate controls and procedures. o Assist Operations in performing audits and maintaining controls. o Monitor compliance and provide corrective support as it relates to internal audit deficiencies. • Budgeting and Forecasting: Responsible for working with plant personnel in preparing the annual budget, along with weekly and monthly forecasts. • Special Projects/Ad Hoc Analysis & Reporting. • Analyzing actual manufacturing costs and preparing periodic reports comparing standard costs to actual production costs. • Recording cost information for use in controlling expenditures. • Analyzing audits of costs and preparing reports. • Assisting in the estimates of new and proposed product costs. • Maintains and updates system burden rates by work center. • Providing management with reports specifying and comparing factors affecting prices and profitability of products or services. • Additional variance reporting associated with capacity, material prices and labor. • Assisting in month end close of the General Ledger. • Responsible for the creation of annual budget. • Works closely with Corporate Controller. • Assists in the management of the physical inventory system. • Reconciles finished goods inventories. • Labor reporting, project accounting, and operations expenses.


Goodman Manufacturing

Solutions Analyst

Houston

• Ensures adherence to quality standards and reviews project deliverables • Manages the integration of vendor tasks and tracks and reviews vendor deliverables • Provides technical and analytical guidance to project team • Recommends and takes action to direct the analysis and solutions of problems • Project and program management, customer interaction, process development and personnel leadership • Involved in leading the release from the earliest stages of scoping and planning, through development and testing, and ultimately through product shipment • Ownership for overall results of projects and programs, as measured by customer delight, team engagement, project profitability, technical success, and schedule achievement • Provides a single point of contact for those projects • Conducts project meetings and is responsible for project tracking and analysis • Project planning, budgeting, risk assessments, requirements discovery, resource assignments, and all project management activities • Direct and constant communication with our customers, manage expectations and avoid surprises • Identifying our customer’s needs for future projects and working with them to meet those needs • Work with other program/project managers to create and continuously advance processes • Overseeing the delivery of large, complex programs within the organization • Ensure worldwide development groups are well coordinated throughout the development process • Work with development and test teams to develop and maintain project plans for every project in a release • Identify and manage risks through all phases of the release • Monitor progress and ensure schedules are met. • Work with individual group managers to ensure optimum resource allocation • Keep the team motivated and focused throughout the program. • Ensure that the release meets our stringent quality goals • Conduct executive review meetings • Manage lessons learned to ensure continuous improvement


Hines

Project Accountant

Houston, TX

Hines seeks a Project Accountant to ensure the accuracy and propriety of all financial data and reports. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assist with management reporting; financial statement preparation and/or review; budgeting; preparation and/or review of monthly and quarterly reports; coordinate audit and prepare and/or review audit work papers for internal and external audits; prepare and/or review cash flow projections for valuation model and variance analysis; assist with the formation of new projects; assist with supervision of Staff Accountants.


Hein & Associates LLP

Lead Staff Auditor

Houston, Texas

The Lead Staff Auditor should have 2+ years of experience and will be responsible for overseeing a staff of 4-6 employees involved in the contract compliance review of vendor payments. Other responsibilities will include providing management reports of work reviewed and assurance of work being performed. Will have to interface with client on reporting issues and questions both verbally and in written. Position will also be involved in the interviewing, hiring and training of staff. The Lead Staff Auditor works in a collaborative environment with other members of our engagement team to develop and deliver creative solutions to client needs. In that role, the Lead Staff Auditor will interact with members of the team at all level. As the Lead Staff Auditor begins their career, they are assigned mentors who will assist them throughout their career. Lead Staff Auditor is a full time position and salary range for this position is $45 K to $50 depending on experience .


International Emergency and Development Aid (IEDA Relief)

Accounting and Human Resources Associate

Houston, TX

International Emergency and Development Aid (IEDA Relief) seeks a Houston, TX-based Accounting and Human Resources Associate. IEDA is undergoing wide-scale growth and important strategic changes, advancing the development of new programs and overseas contracts and grants. The Accounting and HR Associate will report directly to the Director of Finance and Administration, and work to ensure that IEDA meets all requirements of audit authorities and funders (government and foundations; international and domestic), as well as be involved in day to day Human Resources duties. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES Accounting: • Manage all accounts receivable and payable, and perform monthly account and bank reconciliations • In coordination with the Project managers and directors, assist in tracking all project and administrative budgets and expenses. • Assist in the coordination and facilitation of the annual financial audit and audit schedules. • Work with Controller to organize and prepare budget reports for Board of Directors meetings • Assist in developing budgets for grant applications and final grant reports in collaboration with Project Directors. • Review employee expense reimbursements including approved travel • Data entry of approved financial transactions into QuickBooks • Photo copying, mailing and file maintenance of Accounts Payable checks and documents • Update and maintain accounting journals and ledgers • Record fund transfers • Record bank fees and other charges • General ledger cash account activities (receipts/disbursements, transfers, etc.) against bank accounts • Generate invoices and special report in QuickBooks • Assist with all financial reports required by the Controller, the President, the Senior Programs Director, COO or the Contractors and Donors • Other duties as assigned by the Controller Human Resources: • Assist with all payroll procedures and liaise with external payroll service • Organize and update employee files, documentations, and staff handbooks • Research and maintain benefits program for employees • Keep track of employee vacation leave • Process paperwork for new employees as well as exiting employees • Conduct salary verification, reference checks and background checks for potential employees/consultants • Assist in the creation of human resources manuals


Toyota Financial Services (TFS)

Graduate Management Associate (GMA) Program – Toyota Financial Services Track

Torrance, CA

Company Overview Toyota Financial Services (TFS) is the finance and insurance brand for Toyota in the United States, offering retail auto financing and leasing through Toyota Motor Credit Corporation (TMCC) and extended service contracts through Toyota Motor Insurance Services (TMIS). Lexus Financial Services is the brand for financial products for Lexus dealers and customers. TFS currently employs over 3,300 associates nationwide, and has managed assets totaling $91.7 billion. It is part of a worldwide network of comprehensive financial services offered by Toyota Financial Services Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation. Program Overview Toyota recruits MBAs for the Graduate Management Associate (GMA) Program – Toyota Financial Services, a two-year rotational program based in Torrance, CA. The program provides GMAs with high visibility and a broad level of experience within Toyota Financial Services. The track allows for up to four, six-month rotations within the following sample of groups: • TFS Treasury is responsible for meeting the capital funding needs of the company, managing our interest rate and foreign currency risk, managing the cash and investment operations of the company, and providing the support functions for these activities. • TFS Finance Products is responsible for retail, lease and wholesale product pricing and administration, new product and program development and Toyota Rent a Car (TRAC). • Customer Analytics & Modeling is responsible for leveraging analytics to drive fact-based decision-making within TFS. They’re also responsible for creating models that forecast the profitability of new bookings. • Risk Management works closely with other departments and senior leadership to develop sound risk management practices, infrastructure, and insight analytics. The GMA must interview for their first permanent position after the program within the Toyota Financial Services departments. Qualifications This is a unique opportunity to gain broad exposure to a globally respected organization. We are looking for individuals with strong quantitative and analytical skills. Experience with financial analysis, specifically in banking, is considered a plus. Public speaking skills and experience with presenting analytical data is important. Additionally, an ideal candidate would have strong problem solving skills, project management experience, and the proven ability to scope and drive projects. An interest in the automotive industry, particularly in Toyota, is a strong plus. To be considered, a candidate must have a MBA with a focus in Finance and 4+ consecutive years of progressive pre-MBA work experience. How to Apply To apply for the GMA Program please submit your resume through your schools online recruiting system and to Nicholas_Hernandez@toyota.com for consideration. We will be relocating to our new Headquarters in North Dallas (Plano), Texas sometime between 2017 and 2018. Please visit http://www.tfsnextchapter.org/ for more details. Program subject to change without notification. Toyota is an equal opportunity employer.


Apto Inc

Sales Development Representative

The Woodlands, TX

We are looking for a Sales Development Representative (SDR) will generate new business opportunities by following proven processes to prospect into business accounts. You will learn how to identify and research lists of companies to target, and how to develop email and telephone campaigns to generate new business opportunities. What you’ll be doing: - Learn and execute proven processes to generate new sales opportunities - Develop prospective accounts around organizational structure, people and existing technology - Engage executives using targeted prospect methodologies - Conduct high-level conversations with senior Brokers about their business, and their operations - Manage and maintain a pipeline of interested prospects - Leverage Salesforce.com to increase the pipeline for specific geographic territories and sectors


Davis Commercial

Commercial Real Estate Broker

Houston, TX

Represent Sellers, Buyers, and Landlords in commercial property transactions consisting of: Building Sales/Acquisition Land Sales/Acquisition Tenant Representation Landlord Leasing


Reasoning Mind

Executive Director

Boston, MA; Kansas City, MO; Los Angeles, CA; San Antonio, TX; San Francisco, CA; Seattle, WA

SUMMARY As Reasoning Mind’s Executive Director, you can bring a first-rate math education to thousands of children in your region. You’ll put together and work with a strong nonprofit board of community leaders, lead the organization’s fundraising efforts, build relationships with school systems, and oversee Reasoning Mind’s operations in the region. It’s a challenging job, but the reward is making a real impact by helping tens of thousands of children get the math foundation they need for success in the classroom and in life. WHAT IS REASONING MIND? Reasoning Mind is a non-profit organization with the mission of providing a first-rate math education for every child. To achieve this, the organization develops blended learning mathematics programs for elementary and middle school and works with schools to implement these programs in classrooms. Today’s education technology programs typically focus on individual features of learning, such as individualization, visual learning, or educational games. We believe that this is insufficient: instead, it is essential to identify all of the variables in student learning, and then to develop approaches that comprehensively address them all. This includes strong curriculum, teacher preparation, and student engagement. In other words, to truly improve learning, we have to solve for every variable. This year alone, over 80,000 students will benefit from Reasoning Mind. The program is supported by hundreds of leading philanthropies, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Cockrell Foundation, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, the Hoglund Foundation, and the Houston Endowment. WHAT ARE AN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES? - Work with the Reasoning Mind Board of Trustees and Central Management to develop and implement Reasoning Mind’s regional growth strategy - Create and organize a strong regional board of comparable caliber to Reasoning Mind’s existing boards - Work closely with regional board members and Senior Vice President - National Expansion to develop and implement strategic plans to increase enrollment, fundraising, and awareness in your region - Build partnerships with school districts to generate, maintain, and grow enrollment - Establish and maintain relationships with foundations, other organizations, and philanthropists to secure funding - Run regional operations and oversee 5-10+ regional staff responsible for enrollment, school support, and development (most of these staff members will report to functional managers with a second line of reporting to the Executive Director) - Actively network in the regional community to raise public awareness of Reasoning Mind and further the organization’s growth in the region - Raise awareness of Reasoning Mind within the region by organizing events, including mixers, guest lectures, and fundraising dinners; participate in regional conferences, workshops, and speak at public events - Work with the local press to spread awareness of the program WHAT ARE THE BIGGEST ADVANTAGES OF THIS JOB? Impact. As Executive Director, you will be responsible for Reasoning Mind’s growth in your region. Your efforts will be essential to the organization’s enrollment and development efforts, allowing thousands of kids access to a better math education. The team. You'll be joining a driven, first-rate team of people who are incredibly passionate about education. You will have the chance to work closely with the organization’s leadership, including our CEO and Board of Trustees Growth. At Reasoning Mind, you will develop your skills in a variety of areas, including strategy development, management, and public relations. The cause. Next year alone, your contributions will improve the mathematics education of over 100,000 students. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS? Reasoning Mind offers an exceptional benefits package. As a Reasoning Mind employee, you will enjoy comprehensive health insurance (medical, dental, and vision) as well as short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, and life insurance. You will receive 17 days of annual paid vacation and may be eligible for telecommuting – working from home or remotely from any location in the world – for a total of 20 days every year. Reasoning Mind may also offer a relocation stipend to help defray the cost of moving for this position, if applicable.


Reasoning Mind

Senior Educational Sales Consultant

Austin, TX; San Antonio, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Boston, MA; Michigan

SUMMARY Reasoning Mind offers a much stronger mathematics curriculum than U.S. students ordinarily receive, but getting it to students and teachers requires working alongside school district leaders, helping them understand the issues involved and the value of a more rigorous mathematics program. As a Senior Educational Sales Consultant, you would speak to school district administrators about the complex issues involved in mathematics curriculum and establish new partnerships with school districts interested in implementing Reasoning Mind’s blended learning program. This position is for experienced educational sales professionals. Those earlier in their careers are encouraged to apply to our Mathematics Education Advocate position. WHAT IS REASONING MIND? Reasoning Mind is a non-profit organization with the mission of providing a first-rate math education for every child. To achieve this, the organization develops blended learning mathematics programs for elementary and middle school and works with schools to implement these programs in classrooms. This year alone, over 90,000 students will benefit from Reasoning Mind. The program is supported by hundreds of leading philanthropies, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Cockrell Foundation, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, the Hoglund Foundation, and the Houston Endowment. WHAT WOULD I BE DOING? Your job will be to create successful new partnerships with school districts. This involves: (1) Promoting the program to school leaders (superintendents, curriculum directors, principals, and others) as well as advocating for the importance of mathematics and the need for mathematics curriculum reform. (2) Building relationships with school leaders to support and expand the number of students enrolled within a particular region, including developing new contacts and prospects. (3) Working closely with school leaders and in-house implementation experts to design effective implementations: i.e., to determine how the partnership should be structured to ensure that teachers receive the best possible support and students end up getting the best possible education. You’ll also be encouraged to contribute to the broader discussion about mathematics education: writing blog posts, attending and speaking at conferences, and participating in panel discussions. WHAT ARE THE BIGGEST ADVANTAGES OF THIS POSITION? - Impact. You’ll create partnerships that will bring Reasoning Mind to tens of thousands of children. - The team. You'll be joining a driven, first-rate team of people who are incredibly passionate about education. You will have the chance to work closely with people from all different parts of the organization. - Growth. At Reasoning Mind, you will develop your skills in communication, presentation, and leadership, among others – skills that will stay with you throughout your professional career. - Advancement. Reasoning Mind is expanding rapidly, and those who are ready can grow into positions of increasing responsibility. - The cause. Your efforts will help children learn mathematics, creating possibilities they would never otherwise have had. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS? Reasoning Mind offers exceptional benefits. You will enjoy comprehensive health insurance (medical, dental, and vision), short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, and life insurance. You will receive 17 days of annual paid vacation. Additionally, you may work from home or remotely from any location in the world for a total of 20 days each year. Reasoning Mind may also offer a relocation stipend to help defray the cost of moving for this position, if applicable.


Reasoning Mind

Math Education Advocate

Austin, TX; Dallas, TX; Houston, TX; San Antonio, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Seattle, WA; Portland, OR; Boston, MA

SUMMARY Reasoning Mind offers a much stronger mathematics curriculum than U.S. students ordinarily receive, but getting it to students requires advocating for curriculum and instructional change. As a Mathematics Education Advocate, you would speak to school district administrators about the complex issues involved in mathematics curriculum and establish new partnerships with school districts interested in implementing Reasoning Mind’s blended learning program. Whether you’re a math teacher, a graduating math PhD, an educational psychologist, or someone who has developed a passion for education or math in some other way, this job is a chance for you to make a large impact on the mathematics education of tens of thousands of children. WHAT IS REASONING MIND? Reasoning Mind is a non-profit organization with the mission of providing a first-rate math education for every child. To achieve this, the organization develops blended learning mathematics programs for elementary and middle school and works with schools to implement these programs in classrooms. This year alone, over 80,000 students will benefit from Reasoning Mind. The program is supported by hundreds of leading philanthropies, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Cockrell Foundation, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, the Hoglund Foundation, and the Houston Endowment. WHAT WOULD I BE DOING? Your job will be to create successful new partnerships with school districts. This involves: (1) Promoting the program to school leaders (superintendents, curriculum directors, principals, and others) as well as advocating for the importance of mathematics and the need for mathematics curriculum reform. (2) Building relationships with school leaders to support and expand the number of students enrolled within a particular region, including developing new contacts and prospects. (3) Working closely with school leaders to design effective implementations: i.e., to determine how the partnership should be structured to ensure that teachers receive the best possible support and students end up getting the best possible education. You’ll also be encouraged to contribute to the broader discussion about mathematics education: writing blog posts, speaking at conferences, and participating in panel discussions. WHY IS THIS WORK IMPORTANT? For individuals selecting curriculum programs for school districts, it’s often difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff – and the curriculum and instructional technology worlds are rife with chaff. The shortage of effective curricula is why it’s necessary to share research on what makes for a coherent, rigorous mathematics curriculum and to help districts see the value in the Reasoning Mind curriculum and approach. WHAT ARE THE BIGGEST ADVANTAGES OF THIS POSITION? - Impact. You’ll create partnerships that will bring Reasoning Mind to tens of thousands of children. - The team. You'll be joining a driven, first-rate team of people who are incredibly passionate about education. You will have the chance to work closely with people from all different parts of the organization. - Growth. At Reasoning Mind, you will develop your skills in communication, presentation, and leadership, among others – skills that will stay with you throughout your professional career. - Advancement. Reasoning Mind is expanding rapidly, and those who are ready can grow into positions of increasing responsibility. - The cause. Your efforts will help children learn mathematics, creating possibilities they would never otherwise have had. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS? Reasoning Mind offers exceptional benefits. You will enjoy comprehensive health insurance (medical, dental, and vision), short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, and life insurance. You will receive 17 days of annual paid vacation. Additionally, you may work from home or remotely from any location in the world for a total of 20 days each year.Reasoning Mind may also offer a relocation stipend to help defray the cost of moving for this position, if applicable.


Flexible Lifeline Systems

Accounts Receivable Coordinator

Houston, TX

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Full Cycle Accounts Receivable Billings: • Coordinate Project Billings with Project Managers on a weekly basis • Prepare Product Order Billings via Order Management • Prepare Miscellaneous invoices using Accounts Receivable Module • Complete Lien Waiver and other billing forms AR Collections: • Initiate all collection calls • Resolve collection issues with customers • Continue follow up calls until payment is received • Weekly review with management about collectability of difficult accounts and determine course of action (i.e. write-off or alternate collections methods) Cash Receipt Applications: • Review online banking activities daily and apply payments received. • Apply payments received by check • Resolve differences between AR and cash receipts Monthly Close of AR: • Reconcile revenue account with monthly billing log • Reconcile assigned GL accounts • Ensure all billings and cash applications are completed • Maintain integrity of AR Aging Other: • Maintain integrity of revenue and contra-revenue accounts • Interact closely with Sales and Operations to ensure all billings are free from error Requirements • High school diploma or equivalent; accounting training/courses preferred • 2-4 years Accounts Receivable experience • Construction or Project related billing experience required • MS Dynamics experience preferred • Demonstrated Proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite, including Excel and Outlook • Detail oriented with the ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment. • Good organizational skills with the ability to prioritize task Flexible Lifeline Systems, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, disability, marital or veteran status, place of national origin or other categories protected by law.


Flexible Lifeline Systems

Project Manager

Houston, TX

Flexible Lifeline Systems (FLS) is a pioneer in the design, fabrication and installation of turn-key fall protection systems and maintenance platforms for companies that are exposed to fall hazards. From its humble beginning in 1996 to becoming one of today’s most well respected fall arrest system and maintenance stand providers, FLS has developed an impressive reputation for Safety, Quality, and Cost Effective methods to get the job done right the first time, regardless of complexity. The equipment and infrastructure we possess along with the vast domain of experience, capability and competence translates into an organization prepared to turn your concept into reality. We are a leader in the fabrication of some of the most sophisticated maintenance platforms on the market. Position reports to Vice President - Engineering. FLS is recruiting for a Project Manager for our Houston office. The Project Manager is responsible for the commercial, financial, and technical success and execution and delivery of projects designed to meet specific customer needs and goals. Plans, directs, and coordinates activities of designated projects to ensure that goals or objectives of projects are accomplished within prescribed time frame and funding parameters by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate supervisors. This role requires an ability to meet objectives, schedules, profitability and customer satisfaction in an engineering and commercial manufacturing/fabrication environment. Typically leads multiple project efforts. Manages the detailed technical schedule and financial performance of the project in order to deliver a quality product, on time and at the lowest achievable cost. Must collaborate with customers, management, and associates for the best solutions. This position will require ongoing updates to management and customers on program status, milestones, and objectives. Project Management Responsibilities: • Role requires ownership of projects ranging from $10,000 to $2.0M+, including activity planning, scheduling, technical reviews, time management of resources, purchasing, invoicing, change order management, performance management, and success of the project • Subcontractor/vendor selection and management required • Expense management required • This role requires understanding of Percentage Complete Accounting (Earned Revenue) based financials • Ability to work in a Matrix Leadership environment, as project activity will span multiple locations and resources • Responsible for the reporting of project metrics to measure success against defined customer objectives • Proficient in the utilization of project management principles • Responsible for project activities, including scheduling, procurement, activity management, invoicing, purchase orders, engineering activities and tasks • Requires extensive use and compliance with the corporate QA/QC Methods, Tools and Processes specific to project management standards, and in compliance with FLS Quality Management System • Responsible for management of the communications plan to document and disseminate program details and information • Point of customer contact for project status. Establish and maintain positive working relationships with customers through frequent oral and written communication. • Coordinate technical and project progress as required by customers. • Ensure adherence to standard processes and procedures throughout all phases of the project. • Review and evaluate customer requests for proposals and/or change requests. • Proactively manage project scope to ensure only what was agreed to is delivered. • Ensure changes in scope are thoroughly documented and approved through a standardized change management process prior to investing company resources. • Identify, track, manage, and assist in resolving project issues. • Communicate information to stakeholders (core team, leadership team, and customers) by defining, collecting, and presenting project metrics in a standardized review/audit process. • Facilitates critical path analysis and optimization planning. Critical Competencies: • Advocates for proactive safety awareness by leading by example as well promoting forward thinking safety training in addition to all required safety training. • Drives an accident/incident free environment by setting goals and expectations and leads adherence to the proper documentation and reporting of safety. • Promotes the development of employees and sets succession plan of the company through mentoring and coaching of high potential employees. • Promotes a team environment and positions them for success and takes ownership of maintaining communication not only internally with employees concerning strategy, initiatives and concerns but also across the industry. • Maintains relationships across the organization as well as with customers and within the industry to allow for effective execution of company strategy. • Fosters an environment that encourages thinking outside of the box and inventive approaches to problem solving. • Embraces change by seeking out, identifying and applying cutting edge solutions. Strives to make a positive difference both within Our Client’s Company as well as Our Client’s industry by continuously looking forward. • Exhibits commitment to honesty, integrity and professionalism through decision making and overall company performance. • Influences across the organization by creating an environment of enthusiasm and excellence. Must Have: • 2+ years of experience managing large projects or groups of projects, preferably within the building, construction, or manufacturing industry • Education: Engineering, Construction, or related technical Bachelor Degree. • Excellent communication and presentation skills along with the ability to collaborate with peers, partners and leaders. • Experience supporting sales efforts and presenting both strategic and technical solutions. • Experience using project scheduling software (MS Project) and excellent computer skills. • Must be able to occasionally work at heights with the use of fall-protection/fall-arrest equipment. • Must be able to travel up to 50% of the time. Preferred Criteria: • Experience: 5+ years of experience in managing projects in a project construction/engineering environment. • PMI PMP Certification • Ability to implement Project Management Institute (PMI) based standards into the project culture. Supervisory Requirements May supervise up to 5 employees in the Operations Department, general project staff 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 use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to work at heights and wear appropriate PPE and fall-protection/fall-arrest equipment. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and color vision. Work Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; moving mechanical parts; high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions; extreme cold and extreme heat. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Flexible Lifeline Systems, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, disability, marital or veteran status, place of national origin or other categories protected by law.


German American Chamber of Commerce of the Southern US, Inc.

Full-Time Projects Traineeship (duration: 12 months)

Houston, Texas

The German American Chamber of Commerce of the Southern United States (GACC South) is a private, non-profit organization which serves as the official representative of German industry and trade in the southeastern United States. Our main mission is to promote and support bilateral trade between Germany and the U.S. Our services focus on the areas of Consulting (U.S. Market Entry, Business Representation, Site Selection, and Career Services) and Membership. Our organization is part of an international network composed of 130 German foreign chambers of commerce and government offices in 90 countries. Our consultants support mid-sized German companies with their U.S. market entry. They deliver efficient and practical solutions that are tailored to an organization's goals. We are seeking a full-time trainee to gain hands-on experience using her/his business education in real-world applications. As a trainee, you will participate in teamwork, direct client communications and day-to-day operations of the office. Responsibilities Your training opportunities will include but are not limited to: - Project Management - Event Management - Supporting mid-sized German companies with their U.S. market entry - Working closely with the management of our German business clients - Conducting industry specific market research, both for ongoing projects and inquiries - Performing cold-calling associated with business partner searches - Organizing trade shows & business trips including onsite support for German companies Start date: January 2015 (Duration of internship: 12 months, full-time) Location: Houston, TX Compensation: This is a PAID internship


Cultural Vistas

Alfa Fellowship Program

Washington, DC & Russia

About the Program Despite historic changes that have taken place in Russia over the past two decades and its subsequent emergence into the global community, there are still too few experts in the United States and United Kingdom with direct, meaningful experience in the modern business, government, public policy, and cultural environment of Russia. The Alfa Fellowship Program is designed to address this problem by providing a new and exciting opportunity for young professionals from the U.S., U.K., and Germany to live and work in Russia and to enable them to develop a genuine expertise through individualized professional assignments. As the program continues to expand, a new generation of American and British leaders is being exposed to Russian professional life and society. The Alfa Fellowship Program sent the first group of Fellows from the U.S. to Russia in 2004. The program was expanded to include U.K. citizens in 2009, and German citizens in 2014. The Program is funded by Alfa-Bank, and is administered in the U.S., U.K., and Germany by Cultural Vistas and in Moscow by the Fund for International Fellowships and Cultural Dialogue. Program Benefits The Alfa Fellowship Program includes the following provisions: • Round-trip transportation to New York City, London or Berlin and accommodation (if needed) for selection interviews • U.S./U.K./Germany-based language training as required based on proficiency evaluation • Orientation seminar in Washington, D.C., including speakers, activities, travel, and accommodation • Program-related transportation between U.S./U.K./Germany and Russia • Russia-based language training • Moscow Seminar Program, including meetings, briefings, assignment planning, and excursions • A generous monthly stipend during the program in Russia • All program-related travel within Russia • Accommodation in Russia • Limited international health, accident, and liability insurance during the program in Russia


Stewart & Stevenson

Senior Benefits Analyst

Houston, TX

POSITION SUMMARY In partnership with the Director of Benefits and working on a collaborative team, the Senior Benefits Analyst will provide oversight on the plan management and administration of the 401k plan and employee welfare benefits. The Senior Benefits Analyst will work with internal and external vendors and auditors to perform analysis and audits to the plans. The Senior Benefits Analyst will help coordinate annual open enrollment process. The Senior Benefits Analyst will help coordinate and provide continuous education, training and communications for employees. Must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and be well-organized and dedicated to quality work. The candidate will also have the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously with a high degree of accuracy, attention to detail, and sense of urgency. Experience in using HR Information Systems (HRIS) for both data storage and analysis – JD Edwards 9.1 experience a plus. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Analyze and communicate benefit plan utilization, trends, costs and best practices to management. • Administer various health, welfare and retirement benefit plans and programs. • Perform various administrative duties within the Benefits function, including assistance with coordination of meetings, creating and editing presentations, copying and filing as needed, preparation and working with ad-hoc reporting, phone coverage, etc. • Participate in and analyze the results of benefit surveys. • Advise and counsel all levels of Company employees, supervisors and management on benefit policies, programs and issues; perform routine policy interpretation, problem resolution and follow-up. • Develop plan design recommendations for management and coordinate communication and implementation of approved recommendations. Develop and design strategies and plans which outline actions to support benefit plan designs, ERISA requirements and employee communications. • Monitor compliance with federal and state regulatory requirements. Analyze new legislation and regulations and recommend changes necessary to ensure compliance. • Maintain and update plan documents, summary plan descriptions (SPDs) and contracts for qualified benefit plans, including drafting plan amendments. • Establish and maintain Benefits filing system to support DOL, IRS and other requests. • Evaluate and gather information to assist in benefit planning and analysis. • Design employee communications, including newsletter articles and annual election communications. • Monitor financial experience, including claims, administrative fees, and utilization, for all benefit plans. • Coordinate, prepare and obtain necessary documentation for qualified plans’ IRS and ERISA mandated regulatory reporting requirements including non-discrimination testing, 5500s, summary annual reports (SARs), summary of material modifications (SMMs) and financial statement audits. • Audit processes and vendors for regulatory and administrative compliance with plan designs. • Research and develop modifications to benefit programs to meet identified objectives and needs for the organization. • Review and negotiate contract provisions with insurance carriers, administrators and service providers. • Act as a liaison with insurance carriers to coordinate renewals, claims and utilization data and enrollment information. • Manage interface files between outsourced vendors and HRIS/Payroll system, perform the file uploads to the payroll system; validate the accuracy of the upload which include corrections or overrides when applicable. • Ability to conduct thorough research & analysis and apply critical thinking to develop findings and recommendations. • Ability to effectively present results and recommendations verbally and in writing. Many of the tasks in this position will require individual judgment and initiative for problem resolution. • Maintain, monitor and plan departmental budgets. • Produce and review reports. • Prepare, reconcile, and allocate benefit plans funding. Implement processes to ensure cost-effective administration of health, welfare, and retirement plans.


Stewart & Stevenson

Manager, Accounting

Houston, TX

POSITION SUMMARY Responsible for maintaining company’s fixed asset system, preparing a variety of account and bank reconciliations, calculating quarterly reserves, and fringe benefit accounting. The Accounting manager will interact and work corporate and field accounting personnel as well as internal and external auditors. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Maintain fixed asset system, including additions, transfers and retirements of fixed assets as well as book and tax depreciation. • Prepare various bank and debt account reconciliations accurately and in a timely manner. • Prepare various balance sheet account reconciliations and management reports related to corporate accounting. • Prepare quarterly reserve calculations for inventory, accounts receivable, workers compensation, and benefit liabilities. • Assure systems and policies are in compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). • Analyze financial records and submit adjustments to financial records to maintain accuracy and conformance to Company procedures and regulations. • Provide internal and external audit support. May audit inventory of parts and equipment at various location s to verify that inventory accounts are representative of the inventory on hand. • Assist with the maintenance and application of internal controls • Accounting for fringe benefits. • Work with other corporate departments on accounting issues.


Stewart & Stevenson

Manager, Pricing

Houston, TX

POSITION SUMMARY Responsible for management of all activities regarding maintenance of the costs and pricing for product and services in the Company’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS * Interact with various Company business units to develop item pricing levels to meet business unit needs and Company gross profit level objectives. * Compile and analyze pricing data, making necessary adjustments to increase gross profit levels. * Develop and maintain price adjustments in the ERP system based on information provided by the sales staff and Company management, including setup and maintenance for any vendor rebates for dealer sales or competitive pricing adjustments. * Develop and maintain pricing schedules in the ERP system for Company business units use. * Develop and maintain pricing schedules for all major dealers including special competitive pricing accounts. * Interact with major vendors regarding supply chain issues including pricing, warranty administration, warranty claims and dealer development. * Interact with Information Technology (IT) department to develop programs necessary to setup and update pricing files in the ERP system. * Coordinate item coding to process items from purchasing through sales within the accounting function. * Manage the pricing department staff. Review staff efforts and provide direction as needed to ensure timely completion of assignments in accordance with objectives. Evaluate staff's performance. * Identify, address, and implement employee development and training opportunities.


Stewart & Stevenson

Supervisor, Accounts Payable

Houston, TX

POSITION SUMMARY Responsible for supervising and coordinating accounts payable activities of processing and payment of invoices in a timely fashion. Ensure payments are accurate and make full use of all available discounts. Responsible for the monthly closing of accounts payable and the reconciliation of major vendors. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS * Establish work standards and schedules, and ensures effective implementation. Assign work to employees, review work product, and take steps to correct inadequate performance. Review and approve employee work schedules and time sheets. * Train and direct staff on the accounts payable system and Company policies and procedures. * Provide technical assistance to accounts payable staff regarding classification and coding for invoices and other procedural issues. * Oversee the daily verification, posting and timely payment of vendor invoices, P-card payments, EFT’s and wires. * Ensure the weekly disbursement for checks, wires and EFT’s are properly controlled and reported and the general ledger is properly affected. * Gather daily batches, and ensure they have been properly reviewed; Post the batches to the general ledger system in an organized and timely fashion.


R.W. Smith & Co., Inc.

Import Specialist

North Houston

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Courteous and timely communication • Prepare customs, FDA and USDA entries • Classification • ISF electronic filing • Maintain electronic records


The Reynolds and Reynolds Company

Outside Sales Account Manager Trainee

Houston and College Station

Position Description: Reynolds and Reynolds, one of the top providers of premium integrated computer solutions for automobile dealerships, is seeking motivated and hard-working Entry Level Outside Sales Account Manager Trainees to join our growing team. The goal of the position is to prepare you for your own territory as an Account Manager. If you are a recent college graduate who is willing to relocate to a new territory upon completion of our training program, and are looking to begin an exciting and rewarding career in sales, this is the ideal opportunity for you! Job Responsibilities: As an Outside Sales Account Manager Trainee, you will enroll in our 14-18 month training course that will involve job shadowing Account Managers as they visit clients and sell our products, classroom training at our award winning Reynolds University in Dayton, OH, and computer based training completed from your home. You will complete different courses within the first year, with topics covered including training on sales techniques, negotiations, dealership operations and in-depth product training on our Dealership Retail Management System. You will travel to territories and ride with field representatives to see the skills covered in the classroom setting applied on the job. Also, during your training you will complete 6 -12 months of customer service and installation training to help enhance your knowledge of our products and the benefits of our solutions. Finally, you will complete a ten-day Sales Techniques Workshop that ends with a mock sales presentation that will allow you to showcase the skills you have gained throughout the program. Once you complete the training program, you will be relocated to your assigned territory and become an Account Manager. In this role you will be responsible for: • Selling Reynolds’ products and services to new and existing customers • Achieving designated monthly and annual quotas • Prospecting and lead generation • Gathering competitive intelligence • Presenting product demonstrations to clients • Generating proposals for customers • Completing additional on-going training to further enhance skills Company Information: Founded in 1866, Reynolds and Reynolds provides document and software solutions to the automotive industry (www.reyrey.com). We offer solutions for each area of the dealership including parts, service, accounting, and sales. Reynolds employs more than 4,300 associates worldwide and we were recently ranked 3rd in the 50 Best Companies to Sell For in Selling Power Magazine


The Reynolds and Reynolds Company

Bilingual Customer Service Representative

College Station

Position Description: As a Customer Service Representative you are trained on all aspects of your job – no previous computer or dealership experience is necessary. We will teach you all you need to know to be successful in this position. You will establish a working relationship with 30-40 Spanish-speaking customers across the U.S. and become the primary contact point for these accounts. The majority of each day is spent handling customer calls helping our customers use varying software applications such as payroll, accounting, inventory and invoicing. You will work as part of a team, utilize a knowledge base, and work with your teammates and online resources to help answer questions from our customers. You will be part consultant, part trainer and part trouble-shooter. To be successful you should enjoy helping people, problem solving and looking for interaction with both fellow associates and customers. Training: Training can last up to 3 months, and includes classroom instruction as well as hands-on work.


The Reynolds and Reynolds Company

Customer and Product Support Careers

Houston and College Station

Company Information: Founded in 1866, Reynolds and Reynolds provides document and software solutions to the automotive industry (www.reyrey.com). We offer solutions for each area of the dealership including parts, service, accounting, and sales. Reynolds employs more than 4,300 associates worldwide. Reynolds and Reynolds is defined by a focus on the customer, a true passion for understanding our customers, automotive retailers and the ways we can help them become even more successful. We are extremely proud of our long standing tradition of providing award winning customer and product support. Reynolds and Reynolds offers several entry-level career opportunities to join our team of Customer and Product Support Professionals in Houston and College Station, TX. All opportunities allow you to work directly with our customers and associates to design new products or to improve and support existing software. • Customer Training Professional • Product Analyst • Manufacturer Integration Project Specialist • Customer and Product Support Professional • Quality Assurance Analyst • VOIP Telephony Specialist • Software Education Trainee


Greystar

Property Accountant Position with Fast Growing Company!

Houston, TX

A position is available for a Property Accountant with a fast growing company! We are looking for a motivated candidate with excellent communication skills. We prefer to promote from within so there are opportunities for advancement. We are the largest Apartment Management Company in the Country and we are looking for a qualified Accountant to join our team. Job Responsibilities: 1. Compiles and analyzes financial information in preparation for entry into various financial statements and accounting reports, and makes appropriate journal entries for recording in the general ledger by checking calculations, reviewing basis for figures, and balancing and reconciling figures. 2. Reviews budget, revenue, expense, payroll entries, invoices, and other accounting documents and researches and resolves discrepancies as necessary. 3. Performs bank reconciliations and wire transfers for deposit, makes mortgage payments and distributions, and ensures accuracy. 4. Maintains and coordinates accounting control procedures by analyzing revenue and expenditure trends and recommending appropriate budget levels to ensure expenditure control. 5. Analyzes and reviews accounting and financial resources for property acquisitions, dispositions, and closings and budgets and expenditures for local, state, federal, private funding, contracts, grants, and other corporate financial and accounting transactions. 6. Acts as liaison to internal and external auditors by explaining journal entries and financial transactions, providing research data and information as requested, and answering questions necessary to complete the audit in a timely manner. 7. Communicates with on-site and other property managers to assist in completing pre-close and close activities, answer questions, provide support, and ensure timely completion of accounting processes for on-time client and Company reporting. 8. Completes various financial, accounting, administrative, and other reports and analysis, and performs other duties as assigned or as necessary. Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Accounting or Finance 1+ years experience preferred but not required Proficient in Microsoft Office products


TDECU

Manager, Financial Accounting

Houston

Leading, learning and looking forward are at the top of our daily to do list. At TDECU as our Manager, Financial Accounting your contribution to the bottom line starts behind the scenes. Whether you are meeting with cross functional teams, implementing best practices or facilitating a team huddle you will be surrounded by people who get to do what they do best every day. Isn’t it time you loved your job?


Disys

Jr. Account Executive

Houston

DISYS FAST TRACK: The DISYS’ Fast Track program provides accelerated training for candidates looking for a successful and exciting career in sales. With over 200 clients, and a $1 billion revenue goal, our executive-sponsored program places outgoing, driven graduates selected from top colleges and universities around the country in one of DISYS’ 19 offices nationwide to contribute to our high-growth strategy. Candidates have the opportunity to learn all aspects of DISYS’ regional sales operations including: Recruiting; Account Management; and Leadership training. By starting at our most critical position – Recruiter - candidates learn a holistic view of the sales process and gain exposure throughout the organization. Our high-energy, fast-paced training program provides each candidate an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience, receive mentorship, and be part of a team at the forefront of innovation, job creation, and customer service. Is This You? Are you competitive, driven and love building relationships? Are you looking for long-term career growth and advancement? If so, DISYS is the place for you! Our award-winning team has room for recent graduates who are self-motivated, driven and competitive individuals with great interpersonal communication skills. We will provide you with all the training you need to be a successful member of our sales team. DISYS is an excellent place to start your career with plenty of room to grow. We believe in promoting from within; successful candidates will be given the opportunity to advance rapidly within our company. There hasn’t been a more exciting time to join DISYS – apply today! DISYS OFFERS: • Competitive Base Salary ($35,000-$40,000) + Commission • 401k Retirement Savings Plan • Major Medical (including prescription), vision and dental insurance • Holiday and Vacation pay • 529 College Savings Plan • Short and Long term disability • Employee Assistance Program


Andersen Tax, LLC

Tax Associate - January 2015

Houston, TX

Desired Work Eligibility: Eligible to work in the U.S. with no restrictions. ASSOCIATE – TAX SERVICES Andersen Tax is one of the largest national independent firms focused on providing a wide range of tax, valuation, financial advisory and related consulting services. Andersen Tax has a growing presence in Europe through Andersen Tax Global with 1000 people in 27 offices worldwide. Andersen Tax’s team of top advisors has extensive experience at major international accounting firms, law firms, the IRS and state taxing authorities. At Andersen Tax, our employees are given the opportunity to work on complex projects with marquee clients and the ability to advance professionally in a workplace setting that both cultivates and rewards the enhancement of technical knowledge and skills. We foster an environment based on learning and allow our employees to grow through hands on work experience, participation in training programs, and strong mentoring relationships. If you want to be a part of a growing and exciting organization, consider your opportunities with Andersen Tax. Job Summary: Tax Services Associates serve as members of various client service teams. Associates receive both formal and on-the-job training to hone and develop their technical skills. In addition to the preparation of tax returns, associates also participate in the tax planning and consultation process for clients. Associates are also responsible for basic tax research.


The Reynolds and Reynolds Company

Entry-Level Technical Writing Specialist - Houston, TX

Houston

Technical Writing Specialist Position Description: The Technical Writing Specialist will work as part of a technical writing team in the Documentation department developing hardcopy manuals and online reference materials for software products offered by The Reynolds and Reynolds Company and its affiliates. You will conduct product testing before documenting new changes and have the opportunity to suggest improvements to existing Reynolds and Reynolds software. You will contribute topics for monthly publications covering new features released to customers and you will have contact with some customers to gather information when a request has been made for a product or service we do not currently offer. You will also be in charge of keeping help messages up to date within the software for the customers to use. You will write the instructions within the help messages and test the instructions to verify the results are correct. Training: Your training will consist of four months of combined classroom education and hands-on training to learn the Reynolds and Reynolds software. You will complete a training guide to understand the Reynolds and Reynolds style standards and processes for updating and maintaining software reference materials. You will also learn proper use of desktop publishing software and help authoring tools (for HTML), while working closely with an assigned mentor as you become familiar with departmental procedures and begin assuming responsibility for your own projects


EnergeiaWorks

Energy Procurement Manager

Houston, Texas

Job Description: The Energy Services Procurement Manager is responsible for purchasing natural gas, electricity, and other utilities for multiple facilities in North America. The candidate will implement sourcing concepts by initiating negotiations with suppliers with an emphasis on contracting excellence looking to provide the most competitive costs and allow for the sustainable profitability of the investments. Coordinate businesses, sites, suppliers, engineering and procurement. Monitor closely North American energy markets, predict changes in those markets and propose actions to mitigate risks. Recommend and implement risk management instruments to minimize exposure to energy price volatility. Manage investment projects to provide strategic insights on energy optimization and purchasing opportunities for energy and utilities. Monitor supply & demand balance for natural gas and makes recommendations for capital expansions. Requirements: BS degree required, MBA preferred. 5-10 years of experience with the procurement of energy as a service. Experience managing a spend of $100M and managing procurement of multiple sites. Experience with risk management financial instruments, understanding of economic principles, and investment evaluation. Strong interpersonal skills being able to influence across organization and regional boundaries. Strong written & verbal communication skills, and presentation ability required. Strong knowledge of project organization and effective project management history.


The Sherwin-Williams Company

Sales Service Rep Training Program

Various location across the U.S.

Sales Rep Training Program The Diversified Brands Sales Service Rep Training Program is designed to provide you with the skills necessary for a successful career in outside sales. The Program includes self-study modules, structured on-the-job training, classroom instruction, as well as ongoing education throughout your career. Some training topics include: product knowledge, selling techniques, customer service and merchandising management. Growing a Career in Sales: As a Diversified Brands sales professional your will have the opportunity to drive sales, and grow your territory and contribute to the achievement of organizational goals. You will learn a wide variety of selling related skills including planning and conducting effective sales calls, identifying and exceeding customer needs and sales opportunities, inventory systems knowledge, management, expense management, as well as promotional selling and basic marketing. Open Territories Includes: Various location across the U.S. To join our Sales Rep Training Program, you must have experience in sales or customer service, demonstrated leadership ability, and the ability to work independently. Qualified candidates should be willing to relocate for career advancement. Basic Requirements: - Preferred Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university for employment. - Must submit to a background screening which may include driving, credit and criminal history - Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment without sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H1B status) - Must be willing to work all scheduled hours which may include evenings and weekends with up to 9 Saturdays per year, with or without reasonable accommodation - Must have a valid Driver’s License - Ability to lift 50 lbs, climb ladders, and spend extended time on feet - Ability to speak more than one language is a plus Benefits We offer a competitive base salary, plus incentives based on performance. Benefits include health, dental and vision care, life insurance, disability insurance, 401k/stock purchase plan, company-paid pension investment plan, tuition reimbursement, employee assistance programs and various discount programs. The Sherwin-Williams Company is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, sexual orientation or any other consideration made unlawful by Federal, State, or Local Laws. VEVRAA Federal Contractor


First Community Credit Union

Manager in Training

Houston

We are currently seeking a Management Trainee candidate for our headquarter branch in the Northwest Houston/Copperfield area. The Management Trainee will learn Credit Union operations while also rotating to each of our Houston-area branch locations. This position will support various Branch Operation Managers by learning management duties and working in that capacity on a routine basis. Contributions and successes in this position can open doors to future management opportunities at our dynamic Credit Union.