Jobs In District Of Columbia

Supermarket job 102
GFSME    04-12-2019 Washington, DC, USA

> We are recruiting now for a soon to be opened hypermarket:
> * Sales Girls/Boys
> * Cashiers
> * Administrative Officers
> * Marketing Manager,
> * Computer Control Room Operators
> * Technicians
> * Delivery Drivers
> * Truck Drivers
> * Delivery Drivers
> * Long Haul Truck Driver
> * Office Assistants
> * Stock Clerks
> * Sales Support Specialist
> * Invoicing Clerk
> * Executive Assistant
> * Security Guards
> * Supervisors
> * Chef
> * Forklift Operator
> * Dispatch Riders
> * Automobile Mechanics
> * Cleaners
> * Storekeepers
> * Accountants
> * Electricians
> * Safety Officers
> * Store Front Team Member
> * Overnight Stocking Associate
> * Customer Service Associate - Commercial Sales
> * Loader
> * Warehouse Worker
> * Sales Associate
> * Account Executive
> * Business Developer
> * Quality Inspector
> * Inventory Analyst
> * Stockroom Worker
> * Sales Associate
> * Account Manager - Sales
> * General Sales Manager.

Finance Officer 191
Abacus Service Corporation    02-20-2019 Fort Lesley J. McNair, DC 20024, USA

Assists in preparation of the annual budget by:

  • Tracking and providing historical information on prior years
  • Researching questions related to past or anticipated spending
  • Compiling budget submissions and underlying documentation
  • Reviewing submissions for completeness
  • Making revisions as requested


  • Maintains the approved budget and continually monitors status of funds. Keeps management informed when the use of funds deviates significantly from the spending plan (such as a major change in operating strategy, exhibited by planned expenditures; or major movements between class/object codes). Alerts senior management if any specific actions are necessary.
  • Receives vendor invoices (directly, from administrative support staff, or Office of Finance staff) and ensures timely approval for payment. Prepares each payment request (or reviews payment requests prepared by others), ensuring complete, accurate and timely:
  • Documentation of expenses
  • Approvals
  • General ledger account coding
  • Purchase order references, if appropriate
  • Submission to accounts payable


  • Reviews periodic financial reports to ensure that expenses are properly classified. Initiates reclassifications as necessary to ensure high data quality, and takes steps to reduce the number of reclassifications.
  • Serves as the central point of contact for updating, tracking, reducing, and reallocating funds, including:
  • Initiating budget transfers
  • De-obligating funds throughout the year, as soon as it is determined the obligated funds are no longer needed on a purchase order
  • Reviews 100% of open obligations for continuing need before the end of the fiscal year


  • Initiates purchase requisitions requested by staff (or reviews requisitions prepared by others) and verifies funds availability
  • Assists with the development of statements of work and procurement strategies
  • Monitors purchase card use by assigned administrative support staff
  • Serves as the troubleshooter on vendor complaints; tracks timely payment of bills, and identifies procedural breakdowns and develops solutions


  • Prepares, monitors and maintains personnel budgets; explains variances from budget as needed
  • Keeps schedule of expected pay changes and works with managers to initiate recommended pay actions.
  • Initiates personnel action forms (including recruitments) and follows up through completion


  1. ADMINISTRATION – Provides oversight and coordination of finance-related activities of assigned administrative support staff, including:
  • Trains administrative support staff on Museum policies and procedures, including those related to procurement, invoice processing, receivers/vouchers, purchase cards, initiation of personnel related paperwork, travel processes, and other administrative functions
  • Monitors the accuracy, efficiency and timeliness of each assigned administrative support staff's finance-related work, and their compliance with Museum policies and procedures. Provides regular coaching to assigned administrative support staff on finance-related tasks, and participates in the scheduling and content development of periodic Museum provided training on finance-related policies and procedures
  • Maintains a complete and current desk manual with detailed instructions for finance-related tasks, and the corresponding Museum policies and procedures


  1. TROUBLESHOOTER – Serves as an expert resources and troubleshooter for:
  • Office Heads on financial and administrative matters
  • Assigned administrative support on matters related to Museum policies and procedures
  • Office of Finance staff on the needs and activities of the Museum's offices


  • Performs other related duties as assigned



Thorough knowledge of:

  • The Museum's mission, strategic plan and organization
  • Standard administrative policies and procedures used in similar private and public organizations, and the ability to master those of the Museum
  • Business management, with specific emphasis on budget/accounting and contracting/procurement
  • Basic financial and cost accounting, including understanding of general ledger coding of expenses and capital purchases, standard financial transaction processing requirements, and critical internal controls
  • Federal appropriations law and proper use of federal funds
  • Federal contracting and executing a procurement in compliance with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), and best business practices for purchasing in the private sector


Effectiveness in:

  • Written and oral communication, and the ability to communicate effectively and diplomatically with a broad range of people to gather information and conduct research, to train and explain requirements, and to solve a wide range of problems and issues
  • Applying technical knowledge to practical situations
  • Maintaining effective business relationships both internal and external, and at all levels of the Museum
  • Negotiations required in routine business interactions with colleagues and vendors
  • Self-management and priority-setting, the ability to work independently and exercise initiative
  • Research and analysis of quantitative and qualitative information required for sound decision-making

Thank you,


Richard Koti

Team Lead - Recruiting

Abacus Service Corporation

Phone: (503)820-5495

Application Developer (Tax System) 132
vTech Solution Inc    02-08-2019 Washington, DC, USA

The Senior Systems Analyst/Programmer shall at a minimum have the following technical experiences and degree:

  • Technical understanding of Gentax Arch and configuration in developing solutions (3 years’ experience);
  • Utilize established development tools, guidelines and conventions including but not limited to the following Visual Studio, SQL Server, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and VB.Net (4 years’ experience);
  • Plan and identifying areas for modification and improvement (5 years’ experience);
  • Understanding and applying design and modeling concepts at the system level (3 years’ experience);
  • Familiar with Gentax API’s and tools like FCR, SQR and WEB API’s (5 years’ experience);
  • At least 1+ years’ experience in both traditional and Agile development methodologies; and
  • A bachelor’s degree in Science, Technology or Mathematics or equivalent certifications such as Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer, Microsoft certified Professional Developer in the field of Computer and IT technology.
Network Engineer 256
Fluxtek Solutions inc    11-02-2018 Washington, DC, USA

Job Overview

  • Responsible for Integrated Network Operations (data, voice, video and network cabling).
  • These teams support daily functions, ticketing, on-call, troubleshooting, maintenance, and installation and management of network cable and related infrastructure.
  • The position is responsible for ensuring all network components are at consistent releases of software and firmware and manages network services including DNS and DHCP, and security services including firewalls and ACL’s.
  • This position works closely and in collaboration with the Data Security Office ensuring established standards are met.
  • The Network and Computing Systems (NCS) organization manages and provides support for the University’s integrated network (data/telecommunications/video), data center production control for academic and administrative processing, systems management of enterprise server infrastructure and facilities infrastructure project management.
  • The Integrated Network Operations (INO) team is responsible for network services implementation and third-level technical support and includes the responsibilities of the Facilities Project Management (FPM) team who are responsible for oversight and change management of the University’s cable plant infrastructure.
  • These teams also work together to develop, present and manage projects for various University enterprise and departmental customers and provide the primary communication link to the Facilities division.

The combined INO services teams are responsible for operations support data/voice/video services and infrastructure, deployment of enterprise network equipment, monitoring of enterprise network performance and video conferencing.


  • Bachelor's degree.
  • Five Years of senior-level network engineering in a large, complex and diverse enterprise network.
  • Solid understanding of TCP/IP and network routing and switching protocols including OSPF, BGP, and MPLS is required.
  • Experience managing security systems such as Firewalls, VPNs and network services such as F5 Load Balancers.
  • Excellent interpretive and listening skills.
  • The ability to address and present technical issues to technical and non-technical staff.
  • Mastery of e-mail and office productivity tools such as word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software such as PowerPoint, engineering diagramming such as Visio.
  • Basic understanding of the statistical analysis and budgeting.
  • The ability to design, monitor and improve quality control procedures



  • Cisco CCNP or CCIE certification is desired.
  • Experience with tools such as Cisco Prime, Cisco ISE, Nagios and Solarwinds desired.
  • Experience with UNIX environment shell scripts, PERL and tools such as CVS desired.
  • Experience in Systems Programming/Development, Electrical, UPS and power distribution systems, high-density cabling systems is a plus.
  • Experience with automation, Ansible, and Python is a plus
Ruby on Rails Developer 167
SCI IT Solutions    10-29-2018 Washington, DC, USA


  • Provide consultation and development support services for development including Ruby on Rails, HTML5, Responsive Web Design Test Driven Development, Behavior Driven Development, Continuous Integration, Continuous  Delivery, and agile development practices
  • Analyze software requirements and provide solutions.  Perform analysis, design, coding, testing, implementation, and maintenance of software solutions.
  • Provide software development support for the prototyping of analytical tools, data management and user interfaces to databases, and computational utilities.
  • Conduct software testing to ensure satisfaction of application development requirements.
  • Support software quality assurance and configuration management activities, such as those conducted by Federal Government.
  • Document software procedures and develop software reports, plans, and products, such as software development plans, software requirements specifications, software design documents, software development files, source code, version description documents, and test plans.



  • 7-10+ years developing software for the Rails platform
  • Proficient in Ruby, CoffeeScript, RESTful APIs,Jquery
  • Written and/or maintain a Rails plugin
  • Experience with Git and API and web services (REST, SOAP), Agile, SCRUM, JavaScript
  • Knowledge of relational databases: PostgreSQL or ColdFusion experience

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