Power BI Developer 10
Prime 360 LLC    05-08-2017 Denver, CO, USA

Below, are the objectives and expectations from a high level perspective. We’re not needing someone to help us with authoring content, but more someone that knows the ins and outs of implementation and strategies for customer facing and internal solutions. Although Power BI is a new tool for our team, we’ll have much to learn about how to author content using Power BI. With that being said, if time permits, it wouldn’t hurt for the consultant to help us with authoring content.


Objectives for POC:
1.       Demonstrate how Power BI can act as a content delivery mechanism for BI and analytics for our customers.
2.       Demonstrate how Power BI can act as an internal BI and analytics tool (analyst workbench).

Expectations of Consultant for Power BI POC:
1.       Needs to be extremely knowledgeable and have experience in deploying the Embedded customer facing service.
a.       Needs to know best practices and strategies with security with Embedded service, working with existing SSO web platforms.
b.      Needs to know best practices and strategies with automating Embedded service deployments, working with existing SSO web platforms..
2.       Needs an in-depth understanding of and be able to train my team on: content packs, workspaces, and row level security.
3.       Needs an in-depth understanding of and be able to train my team on: how to implement on-premise gateways.
4.       Needs an in-depth understanding of and be able to train my team on: source control strategies for content
5.       Nice to know, but not necessary: how to sell Power BI internally to business users for adoption.
6.       Nice to know, but not necessary: how to create custom visualizations.

Virtual Recruiter 36
Harvard Risk Management Corporation    04-26-2017 Denver, CO, USA

Computer savvy virtual recruiter needed. Part time work from home opportunity - perfect for a second job or a stay at home parent looking to get back to work.

 

Assembler 29
Kelly Services    04-15-2017 Centennial, CO 80112, USA
Our client, one of the leading healthcare company, is currently seeking several Assemblers for their Englewood, CO US 80112 location.
As an Assembler you would assemble and package disposable medical device products.
Anticipated Start Date: Monday, 3/20
Working Hours: 1st, 2nd and 3rd Shifts of 8 hour days on Thursday and Friday and 10 hour days on Saturday and Sunday for a 36 hour week. Additional hours can be made up on Wednesdays. 
Pay Rate Range: $15.00 to $15.75 per hour
Assembler Responsibilities Include:
  • Products to be assembled includes but is not limited to tube sets, valves, inlets, I.V. admixture supplies and other disposable products. 
  • Use tools and equipment properly to assemble products in accordance with completed training. 
  • Follow all policies, procedures, and drawings for accuracy and quality. 
  • Retrieves, understands and follows computer-based work instructions. 
  • Performs visual checks of product to assure quality. 
  • Identifies and corrects non-conforming parts.  
Assembler Job Requirements:
  • High School Diploma or equivalent required 
  • Entry level assembly abilities with good manual dexterity 
  • Must have fine motor skills and manual dexterity to assemble, glue and manipulate plastic tubing, small parts and components. 
  • Must have basic computer skills to access information from computer regularly 
  • Must have basic written and oral communication skills adequate to communicate with other team members, understand verbal instructions, and read and comprehend written work instructions including words and drawings. 
  • Must have the ability to organize and prioritize tasks independently. 
  • Must have visual acuity to distinguish colors and recognize non-conforming parts. 
  • Must have ability to work as a member of a team. 
Assembler 58
Kelly Services    04-15-2017 Centennial, CO 80112, USA
JOB OVERVIEW 
• Assembles, quality tests and packages disposable medical device products according to company procedures and within production schedule guidelines. Products to be assembled includes but is not limited to tube sets, valves, inlets, I.V. admixture supplies and other disposable products. 

Essential Functions: 

• PRODUCTIVITY: Meets personal and team expectations for productivity including Takt Time (production targets based on customer demand) and other established goals. Participates in Kaizen or other process changes designed to improve productivity. 
• QUALITY: Performs assembly of disposable products according to procedures, quality manual and other company guidelines. Uses correct parts in their intended manner; identifies and corrects non-conforming parts or assemblies. 
• TEAMWORK/COMMUNICATION: Job is performed in an interdependent team setting, which requires individuals to work with other team members and groups to accomplish the goal. Works with co-workers to solve problems and make improvements in processes. Treats others with dignity, respect and consideration. 
• SAFETY: Follows all safety guidelines for the department and completes tasks in a safe manner. Raises issues and concerns to members of management, when observed. 
• TRAINING: Participates and successfully completes required training to ensure proficiency and understanding of Baxter processes, procedure and policies. 

Duties/Responsibilities to accomplish Essential Functions: 

Specific responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: 

• Perform day to day production activities by using most current procedures in order to maintain production schedules. 
• Follow instructions outlined by the supervisor or manager regarding priorities, work schedule and other assignments including cross-training and/or working in other departments. 
• Meet customer demand for products. 
• Use tools and equipment properly to assemble products in accordance with completed training 
• Follow all policies, procedures, and drawings for accuracy and quality. 
• Participates in training activities to develop, maintain and improve job skills. 
• Identify and suggest areas of improvement to strive towards a continuous quality improvement organization; participate in Kaizen events and other improvement activities 
• Retrieves, understands and follows computer-based work instructions 
• Performs visual checks of product to assure quality 
• Identifies and corrects non-conforming parts. 
• Maintain a safe work environment by following good housekeeping and company guidelines for safety; use tools and equipment safely and only after appropriate training. 
• Implement Lean Production methods such as flow production, Kanban, Just-In-Time, visual controls, and other methods to minimize product cost; work continuously to improve established metrics. 


Job Qualifications: 

Knowledge, Skill and Ability: 

• Must have fine motor skills and manual dexterity to assemble, glue and manipulate plastic tubing, small parts and components. 
• Must have basic computer skills to access information from computer regularly 
• Must have basic written and oral communication skills adequate to communicate with other team members, understand verbal instructions, and read and comprehend written work instructions including words and drawings. 
• Must have the ability to organize and prioritize tasks independently. 
• Must have visual acuity to distinguish colors and recognize non-conforming parts. 
• Must have ability to work as a member of a team. 


Education or Formal Training: 

• High School Diploma or equivalent required 


Experience: 

• Entry level assembly abilities- Good manual dexterity 


Material and Equipment Directly Used: 

• Computer, printer, keyboard, mouse 
• Glue dispenser 
• Silicone dispenser 
• Solvent bonding chemical 
• Alcohol 
• Vice grips 
• Bagger/Sealer 
• Office equipment such as telephone, copy machine 
• Scales for weight counting 


Working Environment/Physical Activities: 

• Sitting 95% of workday; reaching, bending, standing the remaining 5% 
• May be required to stand for the full duration of the shift based on daily task assignment(s) per the shift supervisor 
• Clean Room environment 
• Work space is in a well-lit and ventilated clean room assembly environment 
• 6:00 AM to 4:30 PM Saturday through Tuesday
 
Customer Care Rep 98
Kelly Services    04-15-2017 Colorado Springs, CO 80901, USA
Kelly Services is now hiring Customer Service professionals for a major Health Insurance company in Colorado Springs, CO
Pay rate: $14.50/hr
The hours of operation are 6 am - 7 pm MT, however, more than likely, selected candidates will cover the closing shift (10:30 am - 7 pm MT) Monday through Friday, no weekends.
MAJOR JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Primary duties may include, but are not limited to:
  • Responds to customer questions via telephone and written correspondence regarding insurance benefits, provider contracts, eligibility and claims.
  • Analyzes problems and provides information/solutions.
  • Operates a PC station to obtain and extract information; documents information, activities and changes in the database. Thoroughly documents inquiry outcomes for accurate tracking and analysis.
  • Develops and maintains positive customer relations and coordinates with various functions within the company to ensure customer requests and questions are handled appropriately and in a timely manner.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
Requires a High School diploma or GED; 3 to 6 months experience in an automated customer service environment (call center experience).
Specialist II 150
Workway    04-15-2017 Denver, CO 80237, USA
The Specialist II is responsible for supporting and performing all aspects necessary for the operational production workstreams; assisting Operation Managers with daily activity demands to ensure client expectations are met daily.

Skill/Experience/Education 
Mandatory:

5 years underwriting experience.

Please review the Job description below.

Job Title:                      Specialist II
Location:                      Denver, CO 80237
Duration:                      07 Months
Pay Rate:                      $21.90/Per Hour

Thanks

Nitin Jain
703-889-6637
nitin.jain@workway.com
 
 
Material Handler 16
Kelly Services    04-15-2017 Centennial, CO 80112, USA
JOB OVERVIEW • Assembles, quality tests and packages disposable medical device products according to company procedures and within production schedule guidelines. Products to be assembled includes but is not limited to tube sets, valves, inlets, I.V. admixture supplies and other disposable products.
Essential Functions: • PRODUCTIVITY: Meets personal and team expectations for productivity including Takt Time (production targets based on customer demand) and other established goals. Participates in Kaizen or other process changes designed to improve productivity. • QUALITY: Performs assembly of disposable products according to procedures, quality manual and other company guidelines. Uses correct parts in their intended manner; identifies and corrects non-conforming parts or assemblies. • TEAMWORK/COMMUNICATION: Job is performed in an interdependent team setting, which requires individuals to work with other team members and groups to accomplish the goal. Works with co-workers to solve problems and make improvements in processes. Treats others with dignity, respect and consideration. • SAFETY: Follows all safety guidelines for the department and completes tasks in a safe manner. Raises issues and concerns to members of management, when observed. • TRAINING: Participates and successfully completes required training to ensure proficiency and understanding of Baxter processes, procedure and policies. Duties/Responsibilities to accomplish Essential Functions: Specific responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: • Perform day to day production activities by using most current procedures in order to maintain production schedules. • Follow instructions outlined by the supervisor or manager regarding priorities, work schedule and other assignments including cross-training and/or working in other departments. • Meet customer demand for products. • Use tools and equipment properly to assemble products in accordance with completed training • Follow all policies, procedures, and drawings for accuracy and quality. • Participates in training activities to develop, maintain and improve job skills. • Identify and suggest areas of improvement to strive towards a continuous quality improvement organization; participate in Kaizen events and other improvement activities • Retrieves, understands and follows computer-based work instructions • Performs visual checks of product to assure quality • Identifies and corrects non-conforming parts. • Maintain a safe work environment by following good housekeeping and company guidelines for safety; use tools and equipment safely and only after appropriate training. • Implement Lean Production methods such as flow production, Kanban, Just-In-Time, visual controls, and other methods to minimize product cost; work continuously to improve established metrics. 
 
Skills:
Must have fine motor skills and manual dexterity to assemble, glue and manipulate plastic tubing, small parts and components. • Must have basic computer skills to access information from computer regularly • Must have basic written and oral communication skills adequate to communicate with other team members, understand verbal instructions, and read and comprehend written work instructions including words and drawings. • Must have the ability to organize and prioritize tasks independently. • Must have visual acuity to distinguish colors and recognize non-conforming parts. • Must have ability to work as a member of a team.
Education:
High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
Entry level assembly abilities- Good manual dexterity Material and Equipment Directly Used: • Computer, printer, keyboard, mouse • Glue dispenser • Silicone dispenser • Solvent bonding chemical • Alcohol • Vice grips • Bagger/Sealer • Office equipment such as telephone, copy machine • Scales for weight counting Working Environment/Physical Activities: • Sitting 95% of workday; reaching, bending, standing the remaining 5% • May be required to stand for the full duration of the shift based on daily task assignment(s) per the shift supervisor • Clean Room environment • Work space is in a well-lit and ventilated clean room assembly environment
Project Manager(Opening #239186) 19
Rose International Inc    04-15-2017 Littleton, CO 80121, USA
Position Title: Project Manager
 
Position Number: 239186
 
Location: Greenwood Village, CO
 
Desired Skill Set:
Agile, Project Management, SCRUM
 
Position Description:
Job Title: IT Project Manager
Position Start: 09/12/2016 
Location: Greenwood Village, CO USA 80121

“"U.S. Citizens and those authorized to work in the U.S. are encouraged to apply. We are unable to sponsor at this time."”

Job Description:
The ideal candidate will have experience managing large-scale infrastructure deployments in production data centers with an ability to think outside the box and takes pride in managing projects in a fast-paced environment. As a member of the Application Security team, you will be contributing to a team of highly motivated and some of the smartest minds in application security and be responsible for initiatives that help secure Client applications and data. 

Qualifications 
• Excellent communication skills with demonstrated ability to interact with executives, technical SMEs, business partners and influence decisions.
• Confident and resourceful in the face of challenges – “can-do” attitude. 
• Dynamic, enterprising, assertive, energetic – “go-getter”. 
• Comfortable with ambiguity as needs change on a regular basis with a high degree of initiative and sense of urgency. 
• Team player and ability to work on multiple, simultaneous initiatives. 
• 4 to 6 years experience in project management. 
• 2 to 3 years experience being a scrum master in an agile development environment. 
• Bachelors in Engineering, Computer Science or related field or 4 additional years of equivalent work experience in lieu of degree.
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
Rose International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, arrest and conviction records, or any other characteristic protected by law. Positions located in San Francisco, California will be administered in accordance with the Fair Chance Ordinance.
Software Test Engineer (QA Tandem) 244
3 S Business Corporation    09-01-2015 Littleton, CO 80123, USA
Title: Software Test Engineer (QA Tandem)
Location: Denver, CO
Duration: 6 Months
 
Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for programming, testing, implementation, documentation, maintenance and support of systems application software
  • Design, create, execute and report on functional tests against multiple applications
  • Develop high quality, secure, scalable software solutions based on technical requirements specifications and design artifacts within expected time and budget.
  • Research, create and evaluate technical solution alternatives for the business needs.
  • Create systems and testing documentation per department standards.
  • Follow standards in development and testing to ensure compliance with Audit Requirements.
  • Follow Quality Control processes according to the Industry Standard practices.
  • Actively look for opportunities to enhance standards and improve process efficiency.
  • Identify and document software defects in a clear manner and retest using corrected code to resolve the issue in a timely manner.
  • Identify and troubleshoot system issues working with development as required.
  • Design, document and track test cases in Quality Center.
  • Produce metrics for projects as required by Project Management and/ or QA Management.
  • Identify opportunities for process improvements and efficiencies.
  • Cultivate, support, and promote an organizational culture that provides for high performance, high morale, integrity, and teamwork.
  • Work with business representatives, IT Management, IT development, support teams and vendors to ensure on time, on budget, and quality delivery of testing deliverables.
  • Coordinate and collaborate with a globally distributed team
Qualification/Skills
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Management Information Systems or Technology related field
  • 5 or more years of hands-on Quality Assurance experience
  • Manual testing experience
  • General business knowledge of financial systems
  • Basic understanding and knowledge of Software Engineering Concepts and Methodologies is required.
  • Strong communication skills – both oral and written
  • 3 plus years of EFT experience required
  • Tandem / Connex Advantage experience required
  • MVS experience is a plus
  • Falcon experience is a plus
  • IVR experience is a plus
  • Debit processing experience is a plus
  • Strong understanding of Agile, scrum and Quality Assurance processes and methodologies
  • Experience with tools like clear quest, ALM, AGM, Share point, Wiki

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