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New Job Openings in Broward County, Florida
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  • Programmer/Analyst (Entry Level)Less than two (2) years’ experience with writing application software, data analysis, data access, data structures, data manipulation, databases, design, programming, testing and implementation, technical and user documentation, software conversions; environments include, but are not limited to: application servers, mainframe, mid-range, personal computers, laptops. Maintain documentation in compliance with information and Technology (I&T) standards and demonstrate proficiencies in creating report programs. Develop new programs or help maintain existing programs.
  • Programmer/Analyst IMinimum of two (2) years’ experience with writing application software, data analysis, data access, data structures, data manipulation, databases, design, programming, testing and implementation, technical and user documentation, software conversions; environments include, but are not limited to: application sewers, mainframe, mid-range, personal computers, laptops. Maintain documentation in compliance with Information and Technology (l&T) standards and demonstrate proficiencies in creating report programs. Develop new programs or help maintain existing programs.
  • Programmer/Analyst IIMinimum of four (4) years’ experience with writing application software, data analysis, data access, data structures, data manipulation, databases, design, programming, testing and implementation, technical and user documentation, software conversions; environments include, but are not limited to: application sewers, mainframe, mid-range, personal computers, laptops; available to assist and/or lead in the design of program specifications and the implementation of software solutions. Maintain documentation in compliance with Information & Technology (I&T) standards and demonstrate proflciencies in creating report programs. Develop new programs or help maintain existing programs.
  • Programmer/Analyst IIIMinimum of eight (8) years’ experience with writing application software, data analysis, data access, data structures, data manipulation, databases, design, programming, testing and implementation, technical and user documentation, software conversions; environments include, but are not limited to: application servers, mainframe, mid-range, personal computers, laptops; available to assist and/or lead in the design of program specifications and the implementation of software solutions. Maintain documentation in compliance with lnforrnation & Technology (I&T) standards and demonstrate proficiencies in creating report programs, Develop new programs or help maintain existing programs.
  • Specialist IIMinimum of four (4) years’ experience in a particular technical and/or business application that is beyond the requirements addressed in the Programmer/Analyst ll Job Classificationfiitle as listed above. Technologies include but are not limited to Remedy, O365, Skype, Cisco UC, SCCM, and MS Cloud Applications. Examples of Specialists include, but are not limited to:
    1. Certified instructor
    2. Certified Network Engineer (CNE)
    3. Certified Systems Administrator
    4. Data Administrator
    5. IBM WebSphere
    6. Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
    7. Microsoft Solutions Developer (MSD)
    8. Network Administrator
    9. PC Computer Designer
    10. Systems Administrator
    11. Web Master
  • Specialist IIIMinimum of eight (8) years’ experience as a Specialist II as noted above.
  • DB/2 Database AdministratorMinimum of five (5) years’ experience in database design and development including generating new databases from physical design specifications. The ability to identify improvements to existing databases by determining user‘s information, system performance and functional requirements. Experience in database administrator tasks including database performance, tuning, migration and performing or checking database sizing results. Maintain data dictionaries, coordinate and implement changes to the database. Develop and coordinate database backup and recovery procedures.
  • Business Warehouse AdministratorMinimum of seven (7) years’ experience with the SAP Business Warehouse (BW) / Business Intelligence (Bl) tools and initiate the extraction, transformation and loading of data. Must be able to customize the system and develop new objects and reports based on the needs of SBBC. Experience in providing authorizations necessary for retrieving, executing and saving reports and the use of hierarchies and workbooks.
  • SQL Database AdministratorMinimum of five (5) years’ experience as a database administrator. Administrator will be responsible for providing day-to-day support and maintenance for key MS SQL and/or Azure SQL databases and services of enterprise application platform. Strong experience supporting mission critical relational databases. Considerable experience and knowledge of currently supported versions of MS SQL and “best practices”. Exceptional troubleshooting and analytical problem-solving skills. Good understanding of Transact-SQ (T-SQL), SQL, SQL Profiler, Log Shipping and Replication. Experience with Microsoft Clustering technologies a plus. Transact-SOL (T-SQL) and stored procedure coding skills a plus. The ability to prototype reports created by the user into iworking reports in SQL Reporting Services.
  • UNIX/AIX Systems AdministratorMinimum of five (5) years’ experience as an UNIX/AIX Systems Administrator. In-depth knowledge of AIX 5.3 operating systems; working experience with NIM installation process; working experience with AIX patch updates from IBM; experience with AIX 5.3 dynamic LPARing and virtualization. Experience with HMC and VI/O technologies. Understanding of disk storage management concepts (volume groups, logical volumes and file systems). Experience creating RPM packages. Strong communications and project management skills. Must be a self-starter, capable of working independently and within a team with minimum supervision. General knowledge of infrastructure technologies (Servers x86, Storage and Network). TIM/TAM, LDAP, TSM, WebSphere, DB2 knowledge preferred. Ability to work with the software vendors to resolve integration issues. Provide third (3rd) level support AIX OS loads, including research and tracking of support issues.
  • Senior .NET DeveloperMinimum of four (4) years’ experience as a skilled and experienced ASP.NET/VB.NET developer with a strong background in building scalable, predictable, high-quality and high-performance web applications on the Microsoft technology stack. The Senior Developer will be responsible for building and maintaining internal and external facing web applications and will work with a team of experienced analysts, developers and business resources to build highly performing enterprise systems that improve outcomes and increase staff productivity and district performance. The Senior Developer will build new systems with .NET 4.0 / ASP.NET / VB.NET / SQL Server 2008 / WCF Web Services / WCF Data Services; develop new functionality on existing software products; lead/mentor developers and share knowledge through knowledge-sharing presentations; participate in small, experienced, energetic teams on rapid, agile development schedules.
  • Linux System AdministratorMinimum four (4) years’ experience as a skilled and experienced Linux System administrator with engineering experience DNS fundamentals, BIND Network fundamentals, including diagnostics with Unix tools RedHat Linux ES 3, 4, and 5. Working knowledge of complex web hosting configuration components, including firewalls, load balancers, web and database servers. Well versed in Apache web server, PHP, MySQL, VMWare – ability to deploy, support, and diagnose real issues for a production environment.
  • PHP Web DeveloperMinimum of four (4) years’ experience as a skilled and experienced individual capable of starting and completing projects on a scheduled basis, inclined to maintain highest standard of quality, self-disciplined enough to adhere to PHP coding conventions and standards, and work with other team members located across geographies and time zones. Proficient in PHP, JavaScript HTML and MySQL; Hands-on any PHP based framework/CMS like CakePHP or Joomla; Have Object Oriented Programming Skills (PHP5); Must write efficient code with documentation; Can read code written by others; Has experience in debugging code.
  • Business Analyst IMinimum of two (2) years’ experience in generating system documentation (system flow charts, instructional manuals, logic diagrams, etc); coordinate the activities (maintenance and development) within an application area, (e.g., Finance), analyze and document user requirements; perform feasibility studies; design new systems and develop program specifications to accomplish the design; prepare quality assurance and user acceptance test scripts, prepare organizational change management, prepare implementation plan for all new systems and coordinate the implementation effort; design and implement enhancements to existing systems; communicate with operational staff in analyzing user problems; assist in hardware/software evaluation.
    Apply system development methodology techniques to all new applications; assign work to Programmer/Analysts instruct Programmer/Analysts in data processing techniques; review and approve the work of Programmer/Analysts; participate, successfully, in the training programs offered to increase the individual’s skill and proficiency related to the assignments; review current developments, literature and technical sources related to job responsibility.
  • Business Analyst IIMinimum of four (4) years’ experience as a Business Analyst, See description of responsibilities for Business Analyst 1.
  • Business Analyst IIIMinimum of eight (8) years’ experience as a Business Analyst. See description of responsibilities for Business Analyst 1.
  • System EngineerMinimum of five (5) years’ experience which will work to, troubleshoot, design, implement, document, and maintain physical and virtual server infrastructure for directory services, database, file storage and sharing, and print services that meet evolving business needs. Design and implement automated processes that enhance the efficiency of core district services. Optimize / manage all systems infrastructure (physical hardware and the monitoring thereof, backups, storage, antivirus, etc.) Set and provide documentation for standards on Infrastructure solutions.
  • Sr. System EngineerMinimum of seven (7) years’ experience, which will work to provide an architectural framework for information system development, maintenance, and enhancement efforts. Work closely with developers and engineers to develop road maps for applications, align development plans, and to ensure effective integration among information systems and the IT infrastructure. Other duties include troubleshoot, design, implement, document, and maintain physical and virtual server infrastructure for directory services, database, file storage and sharing, and print services that meet evolving business needs. Design and implement automated processes that enhance the efficiency of core district services. Optimize / manage all systems infrastructure (physical hardware and the monitoring thereof, backups, storage, antivirus, etc.) Set and provide documentation for standards on Infrastructure solutions.
  • Budget Analyst IVMinimum of five (5) years’ experience assisting in the projection, planning and preparation of budgeting concepts for the annual district budget; study of federal laws, state statutes, administrative rules, labor contracts, School Board policies, Governmental Accounting, Auditing, and Financial Reporting (GAAFR), and accreditation standards of SACS for all cost centers; review and consolidate annual budget submissions for School Board presentations; prepare budget amendments for cost centers including summaries for Board agenda items; maintain analysis on estimated revenue, appropriations and fund balances for the general fund, debt service and special revenue funds; assist in the generation of FTE reports in conjunction with the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP); analyze cost center revenue and expenditure accounts as required; prepare computer input entries and maintain budget status reports; compute and evaluate impact of the salary differential on individual cost centers and overall fund balances; determine the disbursement of state categorical funding to individual cost centers; participate in conducting in-service workshops on budgeting processes; monitor actual expenditures vs budget allocations in order to help prevent deficit balances; develop new budgetary reporting systems.
  • Tele-Communications Analyst IVMinimum of five (5) years’ experience establishing uniform telephone wiring and cable policies and procedures; maintaining telecommunications equipment and facilities inventories; perform telephone moves and changes using software tools where possible and provide oversight of physical moves and changes; diagnose and resolve telecommunications equipment problems; negotiate third party vendor contracts to provide telecommunications services as maybe required to operate and maintain the telecommunications systems supporting SBBC; manage third party vendor contracts as they pertain to the telecommunications system supporting SBBC system; provide economic analysis of telecommunications facilities and services within the sphere of the job to ensure the most cost effective telecommunications solutions are utilized; provide specialized advise to the Director, Technical Support Services on technical matters affecting the telecommunications environment of SBBC; review of new construction to ensure the proper provisioning of communication wiring and cable facilities to support voice and data requirements; and perform other duties as assigned.
  • Technician IMinimum of two (2) years’ experience in the field of technology support and troubleshooting of end-user desktop, laptop or server issues. (Entry Level)
  • Technician IIMinimum of four (4) years’ experience in the field of technology support and troubleshooting of end-user desktop, laptop or server issues.
  • Digital Media Developer – Design and develop digital media to be used for promotional, marketing or instructional purposes, including video production, video tutorials, podcasts, vodcasts and presentations. Demonstrate advanced to expert knowledge and experience with a video editor (Final Cut Pro, Avid, or Adobe Premiere), image editor (Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator), and presentation software (PowerPoint, Flash, Keynote) in addition to current and emerging technologies. Knowledge of the video production development process as well as layout and design principals and good writing skills are required.
  • Interactive Web-Base Training Developer – Design and develop interactive instruction to be delivered via the internet or SBBC’s intranet. Demonstrate advanced knowledge of SBBC’s online course development platform, web-editing software, image-editing software and current or emerging related technologies. Knowledge of instructional design, specifically as it applies to web-based delivery in addition to design principals and good writing and communication skills are required.
  • Interactive Web-Base Trainer – Deliver interactive instruction via the internet or SBBC’s intranet. Demonstrate knowledge of SBBC’s online course development platform and current or emerging related technologies and trends including, but not limited to, video conferencing, webcasting and podcasting. Experience in training adult learners, good writing and communication skills, advanced internet skills and the ability to work independently is required.
  • Online Course Developer – Develop online courses specific to the needs of SBBC, including, but not limited to, needs assessments, activities geared to adult learning styles, online learning strategies to promote interaction, participation and collaboration, curriculum development, instructional materials and activities, reinforcement and feedback and evaluation. The Online Course Developer will design courses for delivery to SBBC personnel and other stakeholders. Knowledge of the current SBBC standard online course management system(s) is required. Review of literature and technical sources of information on current and future trends in online course development is required.
  • Training Program Developer – This is defined by SBBC as a person skilled and experienced in technology training program design principals, including, but not limited to, needs assessments, adult learning styles, curriculum development, instructional materials and activities, reinforcement and feedback, and evaluation (process and impact), The Training Program Developer will design technology-training programs for delivery to SBBC personnel. Training programs developed would be used in both hands-on instructional and online environments. All training materials must be delivered in electronic format.
  • Training Program Deliverer – This is defined by SBBC as a person skilled and experienced in delivering technology training (operations, applications and instructional integration) to adults. Deliverers should demonstrate knowledge to content, adult learning styles, learning strategies and feedback/reinforcement techniques. The Training Program Deliverer will conduct technology related training for SBBC personnel, Technology related training might be scheduled at school sites, centrally located technology labs, using wireless mobile technologies or at out-sourced locations.
  • Training Program Evaluator – This is defined by SBBC as a person skilled and experienced in the evaluation of technology training, including, but not limited to, evaluation of content, trainers, participants reactions (process evaluation) location or environment, cost- effectiveness, and impact on work performance. The Training Program Evaluator will conduct evaluations (level 1-4) of SBBC technology related training, ranging from SBBC district-wide program evaluations to individual training sessions.
  • Computer Operator(Operation Center) – Run programs that will monitor and test all data center and equipment and associated applications; employ problem determination techniques to address problem situations; respond to system messages and taking appropriate action as necessary; report and document any processing anomalies; review the central online system/CPU error logs to identify potential problems and taking corrective action as needed; extract information from the online and manual logs to produce statistical reports; perform user ID administration and user security; schedule system maintenance and installs of both hardware and software and system resets and shutdowns; resolve user system connectivity and user ID related problems; performs backups and restores associated with normal daily backups; ensure adherence to good safety procedures; perform other duties as assigned by Director.
  • Web Application Developer – Design and develop new applications or enhance existing applications. Formulate solutions for problems using web development tools and procedures. Advanced to expert level of knowledge and experience with at least three of the following: .NET, C++, Java Programming, JavaScript, JSP, SQL, ASP, PHP, Perl, CGI, ColdFusion, ActiveX, Notes Domino, Pro Gen Web Smart, HTML, DHTML, and/or XML, XHTML, Document Type Definitions (DTDs), CSS, Application and session objects, Cookies, JavaScript, DHTML and DOM. Ability to design and code functions for reusability. Knowledge of the web design process, design principles, accessibility guidelines, and browser/platform compatibility issues to current and emerging related technologies and trend is required.
  • Web Designer – Plan, design, author, test, publish and update website. Working knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, SQL, PHP or ASP, CSS, Dreamweaver, Flash and Photoshop is strongly recommended. Knowledge of the web design process, design principles and accessibility guidelines in addition to current and emerging related technologies and trends.
  • SAP Configuration Analyst – Ability to configure SAP modules in the areas required by SBBC’s specific data requirements and business processes. Requires a broad understanding of all modules related to the task given and their interdependency upon one another. Must be able to utilize SAP’s underlying development structure (use of rules, user exists, customer objects, etc.) in customizing (not modifying) the system where necessary. Must be able to document for SBBC all changes and enhancements made to the system.
  • SAP BASIS Administrator – Ability to maintain SAP in various application server environments. Must be able to perform client copies, apply LCPs and hot packs, schedule and coordinate backups, communicate with SAP to resolve system level problems, performance tuning, load balancing, perform software upgrades, transports, and setup and maintain print queues and CCMS to perform daily maintenance functions.
  • SAP Security Administrator – Must understand and be conversant with SAP profile generator and structural authorizations. Must be able to maintain activity groups using profile generator and transport activity groups. Be able to troubleshoot and diagnose security problems. Maintain and update help desk and end user documentation related to security procedures. Apply changes to the security structure required by system upgrades, LCPs and hot packs.
  • SAP Workflow Coordinator – Must be able to build and maintain SAP workflows that mirror SBBC’s business processes. Must be able to diagnose and correct workflow problems. Be able to create and maintain documentation related to building and maintaining workflows. Must be able to interface with SAP to resolve problems that cannot be resolved locally.
  • SAP Employee Self-Service Administrator – Must be able to build and maintain SAP Employee Self-Service (ESS) that mirrors SBBC’s business processes. Must be able to diagnose and correct ESS problems. Must be able to interface with SAP to resolve problems that cannot be resolved locally. Must be able to maintain ESS software during upgrades and applications of hot packs and LCPs. Must be conversant in ABAP/4 and able to write and maintain underlying ABAP/4 code.
  • SAP Project ManagerMinimum eight (8) years’ experience in overseeing medium to large scaled ERP projects comprised of sub-projects and distinct deliverables; typically coordinates and delegates the assignments for the consultant project staff numbering over twenty (20); focal point of contact for issuing entity regarding project status, meetings, reporting requirements, scope changes and financial, administrative and technical issues and concerns raised by consultant staff or issuing entity. SAP Project Manager must have experience in SAP implementation and should have their PMP certification.
  • iXOS Administrator Coordinator – Must be able to build and create logical and physical archives. Maintain backups of the archiving data and operating systems. Must be familiar with the systems and procedures required to image current and archived documents. Maintain documentation related to archiving documents. Be able to coordinate and upgrade hardware and software for upgrades and error corrections.
  • Project Manager(Entry Level)Less than two (2) years’ experience in overseeing small-scaled, non-complex projects, comprised of a small number of deliverables and/or small number of phases; typically coordinates and delegates the assignments for the consultant project staff numbering up to 5; focal point of contact for issuing entity regarding project status, meetings, reporting requirements, scope changes, and issues and concerns raised by consultant staff or issuing entity.
  • Project Manager IMinimum of two (2) years’ experience as a Project Manager (Entry Level) replacing staff of 5 with staff of 10
  • Project Manager IIMinimum of four (4) years’ experience as a Project Manager I. Ability to lead projects under the direction of the Director; work with users to coordinate and prioritize projects (maintenance and development).
  • Project Manager IIIMinimum of eight (8) years’ experience as a Project’Manager II replacing staff of 10 with staff of 20.
  • Technical Consultant IMinimum two (2) years’ experience with a specified software application or area of technical expertise that can include, but is not limited to, the following activities:
    • System configuration (for specified software applications)
    • Business and data requirements gathering/analysis
    • Development of project plans and system specifications
    • Vendor analysis and software selection
    • Development of program change management structure
    • Operational change management implementation
    • Functional application testing
    • System testing and training
    • Risk management analysis
    • Business process and control design and integration
  • Technical Consultant IIMinimum four (4) years’ experience as a Technical Consultant I
  • Technical Consultant IIIMinimum eight (8) years’ experience as a Technical Consultant I
  • Network ArchitectMinimum of ten (10) years’ experience – Proven and demonstrated advanced expertise in the following areas:
    • Maintain and improve technical infrastructure based on requirements of research and development personnel
    • Perform network systems design in web centric datacenter
    • Evaluate new technologies, analyze, and explain cost
    • Act as a primary contact for troubleshooting problems and developing innovative solutions
  • Network Security EngineerMinimum of eight (8) years’ experience – Proven and demonstrated advanced expertise in the following areas:
    • Monitor and log security concerns and incidents, and generate reports and track performance
    • Maintain physical and code environment to protect servers, switches, and entire information technology (IT) system while balancing overall load
    • Maintain firewall, virtual private network, web and email security programs, protocols, and security
  • Senior Network EngineerMinimum of eight (8) years’ experience – Proven and demonstrated advanced expertise in the following areas:
    • Providing tier four (4) support and network disaster recovery expertise
    • Test and document system behavior, performance, and security
    • Plan, design, and troubleshoot local and wide area network infrastructure, including routers, firewalls, switches, gateways, DNS servers, DHCP servers, clustering solutions, and related hardware, software, and services
  • Network EngineerMinimum of four (4) years’ experience – Proven and demonstrated advanced expertise in the following areas:
    • Providing tier four (4) support and network disaster recovery expertise
    • Test and document system behavior, performance, and security
    • Plan, design, and troubleshoot local and wide area network infrastructure, including routers, firewalls, switches, gateways, DNS servers, DHCP servers, clustering solutions, and related hardware, software, and services
  • VMWare SpecialistProven and demonstrate advanced expertise in the following areas:
    • Hands-on working experience with vSphere systems administration and support including VMotion, HA, DRS, VCenter, storage migrations, Virtual Storage Console / SnapProtect from Netapp and P2V migrations. Hands-on working experience with vSphere Thin Provisioning, Resource Pools, Host Profiles, and Netapp plug-ins
    • Hands-on working experience with vSphere problem determination, capacity planning, performance monitoring, resource monitoring and root cause analysis.
    • Proficient in storage technologies. SAN/NAS using NFS and ISCSI, Setup, Install/Configure ESX servers and VCenter, Setup/contigure Dell M1000E blade servers and Dell CMC/iDRAC experience.
  • Storage AdministratorProven and demonstrated advanced expertise in the following areas:
    • Document processes, procedures, upgrades and problems
    • Upgrade software, monitor performance and evaluate trends and needs
    • Manage, transform and provide user access to large datasets
    • Install, configure, support and maintain storage areas networks and associated technology
    • Administer networks, servers and associated schedules
    • Proficient in storage technologies. SAN/NAS using NFS and ISCSI, Design, configuration and backup strategies. Implemented cloud storage technologies ex. Azure, AWS
  • Identity Manangement SpecialistProven and demonstrated advanced expertise in the following areas:
    • Strong foundation in Directory Services (Active Directory, LDAP, etc.)
    • Operational experience in Single Sign On technologies (ADFS, SAMIL, Connectors, etc.)
    • Operational experience in automated provisioning and de-provisioning solutions
    • Operational experience in scripting (PowerShell, etc.)
  • SharePoint Onsite / Office 365Proven and demonstrated advanced expertise in the following areas:
    Experience in implementing SharePoint solutions including:
    • Site collection administration
    • Solutions architecture
    • SharePoint development
    • SharePoint design
    • SharePoint project management
    • Strong focus on SharePointOnline
  • Digital Forensics Analyst – Must hold a current Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) certification or Certified Computer Examiner (CCE) certification and ability when demanded, to testify in court regarding methods used to collect evidence for the case. Working experience in using forensic tools and investigative methods to find specific electronic data, including internet use history, word processing documents, images and other files. Display the technical skill to hunt for files and information that have been hidden, deleted or lost. Collect evidence to provide to detectives and other officiais, analyze data and evaluate its relevance to the case under investigation. Knowledge of methods to transfer the evidence into a format that can be used for legal purposes. Must uphold high forensic and ethical standards to provide a confidential, fair, uncompromised process to evidence collection.
  • Video Surveillance Technician – Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in troubleshooting and repairing video surveillance equipment or related skillset, Highly developed technical, mechanical skills as well as basic electrical skills. Ability to climb and work from a ladder, technician must travel with their own ladder, Low voltage certification, Avigilon experience.
  • Program Manager – Minimum of ten (10) years’ experience as a Project Manager III. May direct other Project Managers.
  • Journeyman – We are looking for a licensed plumbing or technician journeyman who can perform skilled work with discipline and accuracy.
  • AC/Refrigerator Mechanic – Applicants must have experience as HVAC Mechanic, HVAC Installation Technician, HVAC Maintenance Technician, Refrigerator installation, repair and maintenance for both residential and commercial settings.
  • Carpenter – We are looking for carpenters who are able to follow blueprints and building plans when installing fixtures, moldings, windows, doors, floors, etc.
  • Electrician – Fire – The staff will take charge of the installation, operation, and maintenance of fire safety equipment and general security features in the facility.
  • Electrician – Communication Equipment – The staff will be tasked to perform skilled and accurate work in the installation and/or repair of communication equipment such as telephones, radios, telemeter, radar, signal, etc.
  • Glazier – Applicants must have experience in skilled work that involves installing glass for skylights, storefronts, windows, doors, display cases, walls, etc.
  • Lock and Hardware Mechanic – Staff will hold responsibilities for the installation, repair, alteration, and maintenance of locks and safety features for equipment, doorways, vehicles, etc.
  • Laborer – Laborers will be tasked to prepare and maintain the cleanliness of the construction work area such as putting together scaffolding, cleaning up debris, loading and unloading of materials, and assisting skilled workers in the job site.
  • Mason – Masons will perform skilled work such as concreting, brick layering, stone setting, ceramic structure building, putting up retaining walls, and other edifices that involve stone or concrete masonry.
  • Painter – Painters will be tasked to paint finished surfaces such as walls, floors, doors, fixtures, cabinets, storage areas, and others. Work sites will cover both indoor and outdoor painting projects.
  • Plumber – Plumbers should be able to interpret and follow blueprints for building design specifically for the layout of pipes, drains, sinks, toilets, water closets, and other plumbing fixtures.
  • Sprinkler Mechanic – The sprinkler mechanic will take charge of installing fittings for all types of sprinkler systems such as those used for fire safety and lawn maintenance.
  • Roofer – Roofers should be skilled and experienced in installing and/or repairing different types of roof such as asphalt, shingles, and galvanized steel.
  • Sheet Metal Mechanic – Staff will be tasked with fabrication, assembly, and/or installation of metal products which are used for ducts, pipes, drains, casings, control boxes, etc.
  • Welder – Welding staff will be in charge of fabricating and assembling metal structures according to building plans or the client’s specifications.
  • Maintenance Repairer/Construction – Staff will be tasked with various jobs in facility upkeep, repairs, preventive maintenance, and construction.
  • Clerk Specialist – The clerk will be in charge of answering queries, preparing reports, setting appointments, and making follow-ups on behalf of the client/employer.
  • Custodian/Facilities Worker – Tasks will mostly involve custodial work and janitorial services which are critical to the overall cleanliness and upkeep of the facility.
  • Fence Installer – Staff will be tasked with building fences or gates around or within the facility while following design specifications in building plans or blueprints.
  • Heavy Equipment Operator – The operator’s duties may include the operation of heavy equipment such as bulldozers, backhoes, cranes, excavators, compactors, etc.
  • Pipefitter – While following building plans and/or blueprints, pipefitters will be in charge of attaching pipes to structures, walls, columns, and other hard fixtures.

Available positions in Miami-Dade County, Florida

  • Maintenance Repairer – Will be in-charge with the general upkeep, repairs, and preservation of the work environment they are assigned to
  • Computer Tech – Must have a background in computer repairs, trouble shooting and installation of computer hardware
  • Computer Operator – Will be in-charge with the monitoring and maintenance of computer systems, data entry or data management
  • Library Assistant – Will assist the Librarian in running the library operations by helping with filing, information management, and other clerical or administrative tasks
  • Eligibility Interviewer – Will be tasked to assess a client or patient’s eligibility for specific healthcare services
  • Teacher – Will take a role in the educational setting where he or she will facilitate courses or learning programs for students
  • Teacher Assistant – Will be assigned to work with Teachers or Instructors and perform various functions that may be administrative or clerical in nature
  • Accountants – Must have a background in payroll, bookkeeping, and financial transaction monitoring
  • Administrative Assistants – Will be in-charge with office-related tasks such as filing, appointment setting, reception desk functions, etc.
  • Case Managers – Will be in-charge with care coordination or case monitoring functions from the time a patient care plan is conceived all the way to ensuring that the patient is able to fully benefit from his or her established care plan
  • Drivers – Must be an experienced driver and possesses a valid Driver’s License; will be tasked to facilitate the transportation of patients and/or staff to and from their destinations
  • Computer Specialist – Must have a background in Information Technology and the ability to design, install, and monitor computer systems which are necessary for managing files or information related to general patient care
  • Paralegal Specialist – Will be tasked to conduct research and oversee the filing of legal documents or process cases that are related to healthcare services or patient care delivery
  • Social Workers – Will mostly carry out administrative tasks and assist the patient (or family members) with insurance eligibility procedures, policy claims, care coordination, and other related matters

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