Express Employment Professionals – Texarkana, Arkansas | 3206 Jefferson Avenue Texarkana, AR 71854

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9/09/14

CALLING ALL "WELDERS!!!!!!" WE HAVE IMMEDIATE OPENINGS AT "GREAT" COMPANIES IN TEXARKANA. We have "7" OPENINGS for WELDERS in TEXARKANA!!!! Express is looking for mig and stick welders and fabricators. These positions will require the applicant to b...

Busy Texarkana Arkansas Bank is seeking a full time teller. This person must have at least 2 years cash handling experience on a job, great customer service skills, and good math skills. This company does run a background check and a credit check. I...

A busy Texarkana business is seeking a temporary part time office assistant. Duties will inclue data entry, answering phones and assisting with other needs that need to be handled in the office. You will work 2 days a week. Schedule can be flexible. S...

GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Vice President of Operations will be responsible for management of all real and personal property as it relates to the activities. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES • The Vice President of Operations reports to the Executive Director/CEO • Property Management: Performs management for property development, buildings and grounds maintenance, municipal services, real/personal property, and complex safety and security. Provide accountability personal property • Utilities Services Support: Provides oversight of meter readings for water, wastewater and industrial waste water, electricity, natural gas, and IT. Coordinates segmentation, interconnection agreements, easement use and fulfills collections and accounts payable responsibilities. Provides risk management services, credit review and other necessary utility support functions • Property Code/Regulation Oversight: Performs management for adherence to all environmental regulations and permits related to Authority property, historic property oversight, municipal code oversight for design/construction restrictions and other pertinent code management for the complex • Construction Management: Provides oversight for the implementation of all physical improvement to real property within the complex. Will coordinate with all consultants on studies and plans for said improvements. • Formulate and recommend major infrastructure improvement projects, as well as management policies and procedures for the complex • Assist in budget development, sight planning, and property redevelopment . Provide grant support for Defense Economic Adjustment Assistance Grant and other State grants • He/she performs other duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Strong written and oral communication skills, professional image, sales and closing skills, self-starter/initiative, working in a team environment, proposal development, editing/document Company offers great Benefits and retirement - Pay 70K or D.O.E.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Vice President of Operations will be responsible for management of all real and personal property as it relates to the activities. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES • The Vice President of Operations reports to the Executive Director/CEO • Property Management: Performs management for property development, buildings and grounds maintenance, municipal services, real/personal property, and complex safety and security. Provide accountability personal property • Utilities Services Support: Provides oversight of meter readings for water, wastewater and industrial waste water, electricity, natural gas, and IT. Coordinates segmentation, interconnection agreements, easement use and fulfills collections and accounts payable responsibilities. Provides risk management services, credit review and other necessary utility support functions • Property Code/Regulation Oversight: Performs management for adherence to all environmental regulations and permits related to Authority property, historic property oversight, municipal code oversight for design/construction restrictions and other pertinent code management for the complex • Construction Management: Provides oversight for the implementation of all physical improvement to real property within the complex. Will coordinate with all consultants on studies and plans for said improvements. • Formulate and recommend major infrastructure improvement projects, as well as management policies and procedures for the complex • Assist in budget development, sight planning, and property redevelopment . Provide grant support for Defense Economic Adjustment Assistance Grant and other State grants • He/she performs other duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Strong written and oral communication skills, professional image, sales and closing skills, self-starter/initiative, working in a team environment, proposal development, editing/document Company offers great Benefits and retirement - Pay 70K or D.O.E.

9/09/14

We currently have an opening for a pallet builder/mill worker. Must have a valid license and a clean background! Starting pay is $10! Monday-Friday. Company offers insurance and benefits!!!!!

Busy Texarkana Bank is seeking a Part Time Bank Teller. This person will need to have at least 2 years cash handling experience or 1 year banking experience and a clean credit background. Must be very professional, great customer service skills, and ...

JOB TITLE: Credentialing Assistant Date Revised: March 2011 REPORTS TO: Director/Manager POSITION SUMMARY: Processes credentialing and re-credentialing applications of practitioners, reviews application, prepares verification letters, track responses, follows-up for needed information. Conduct background investigations on practitioners including licensure, education and post-graduate clinical training, board certification, disciplinary actions and other professional sanctions, malpractice history, and peer assessment of current competence, in accordance with NCQA, Joint Commission and URAC credentialing standards and other established principles of legal documentation and confidentiality. Maintains credentialing database by entering accurate and up-to-date data for each applicant into the database. Responsible for the accuracy and integrity of the data entered. Assists credentialing staff with duties such as making copies, preparing mailings, attending staff meetings, preparing minutes, etc. REQUIREMENTS: ? High school diploma or equivalent. ? Related and relevant experience or a demonstrated ability to perform the duties of the position may be considered in lieu of the academic requirements. Medical terminology recommended. Knowledge of ECHO, Word, Excel, and Access preferred. Must be organized and be able to work quickly, independently, and with little supervision. ? Two years experience in healthcare setting. College degree preferred. ? Basic computer knowledge. ? Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS: Each Associate, regardless of position, is expected to act in keeping with philosophy as outlined in the Associate handbook. Associates performance will be evaluated upon the following activities: ? possesses Job Knowledge and Comprehension of the position by consistently performing the job specific activities of the position (listed below); ? strives for excellence by performing Quality Work, accepting responsibility and seeking customer feedback to improve services; ? being Productive by utilizing time wisely and meeting established deadlines and/or performing an appropriate amount of work and understanding the health care environment with its challenges and opportunities; ? demonstrating Professionalism at all times by modeling behavior that is consistent with the Mission, Core Values, ? taking Initiative to seek solutions to problems and demonstrating good Decision Making when making suggestions for improvement; ? demonstrating effective Interpersonal Communications that promote collaboration, open communication, and team spirit.; ? maintaining an excellent Attendance and Punctuality record; and ? taking personal responsibility ensure Policy Compliance with policies and standards as set forth by The Joint Commission (TJC), state and federal agencies, and hospital requirements, including annual TB skin test and in-services. BEHAVIORAL EXPECATIONS: 1. Healthstream (HLC) modules completed by June 30th. 2. Complete Associate Self-evaluation and give to Department Manager by June 30th. 3. Attend a majority of the Associate Town Meetings during the review period. 4. Maintain licensure or certification without lapse, if required for the position. 5. Maintain BCLS/ACLS certification, if required for the position. JOB SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES: 1. Maintains consistency with Administrative and Departmental policies with appropriate behavior, dress, attitude, attendance, confidentiality, professionalism, and reliability. 2. Assists in the credentialing/recredentialing process insuring work is performed in accordance with ALT Policies and Procedures, as well as NCQA, Joint Commission and URAC credentialing standards, and other applicable state and federal regulations. 3. Maintains a working knowledge of NCQA, Joint Commission and URAC credentialing standards. Working to attain NAMSS certification within first three years of employment. 4. Audits credentials files in accordance with ALT Policies and Procedures and in accordance with NCQA, Joint Commission and URAC credentialing standards. 5. Diplomatically employ public relations skills in a wide variety of personal/phone contacts with external sources for purposes of soliciting information essential to credentials investigations, including state licensing agencies, university and hospital training program administrators, certification boards, liability insurance carriers, hospital officials and credential staff, practitioners and their office staffs. 6. Assist in monitoring of expirations of various state licenses, certificates, malpractice insurance and board certifications; initiates proper correspondence and follow-up. 7. Assist in daily processing of Non-Staff Care Giver applications as needed. 8. Enters a variety of data into ECHO database. Responsible for the integrity and accuracy of the data entered. 9. Assist in maintenance of credentials files. 10. Diplomatically employ public relations skills in a wide variety of personal/phone contacts with external sources for purposes of soliciting information essential to credentials investigations, including licensing agencies, university and hospital training program administrators, certification boards, liability insurance carriers, hospital officials and credential staff, practitioner and their office staffs. 11. Extensively review and analyze physician provider and credentials documents including certificates of education, residency and fellowship training, and board certification and eligibility; licensure, professional work history, liability insurance and malpractice records. Assess completeness of information and applicants’ qualifications relative to established policies and procedures, NCQA, Joint Commission and URAC credentialing standards as required. 12. Assist with preparation for delegated credentialing audits of credentials files. 13. Coordinate with appropriate personnel to schedule office site visits, as needed, for appointment and reappointment of ALT practitioners. 14. Performs any other duties as may be required.

9/08/14

driving within the city. Maybe 100 mile radius. Home Nightly, clean driving record. depending on experience $10-$12/hour

JOB TITLE: Credentialing Assistant Date Revised: March 2011 REPORTS TO: Director/Manager POSITION SUMMARY: Processes credentialing and re-credentialing applications of practitioners, reviews application, prepares verification letters, track responses, follows-up for needed information. Conduct background investigations on practitioners including licensure, education and post-graduate clinical training, board certification, disciplinary actions and other professional sanctions, malpractice history, and peer assessment of current competence, in accordance with NCQA, Joint Commission and URAC credentialing standards and other established principles of legal documentation and confidentiality. Maintains credentialing database by entering accurate and up-to-date data for each applicant into the database. Responsible for the accuracy and integrity of the data entered. Assists credentialing staff with duties such as making copies, preparing mailings, attending staff meetings, preparing minutes, etc. REQUIREMENTS: ? High school diploma or equivalent. ? Related and relevant experience or a demonstrated ability to perform the duties of the position may be considered in lieu of the academic requirements. Medical terminology recommended. Knowledge of ECHO, Word, Excel, and Access preferred. Must be organized and be able to work quickly, independently, and with little supervision. ? Two years experience in healthcare setting. College degree preferred. ? Basic computer knowledge. ? Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS: Each Associate, regardless of position, is expected to act in keeping with philosophy as outlined in the Associate handbook. Associates performance will be evaluated upon the following activities: ? possesses Job Knowledge and Comprehension of the position by consistently performing the job specific activities of the position (listed below); ? strives for excellence by performing Quality Work, accepting responsibility and seeking customer feedback to improve services; ? being Productive by utilizing time wisely and meeting established deadlines and/or performing an appropriate amount of work and understanding the health care environment with its challenges and opportunities; ? demonstrating Professionalism at all times by modeling behavior that is consistent with the Mission, Core Values, ? taking Initiative to seek solutions to problems and demonstrating good Decision Making when making suggestions for improvement; ? demonstrating effective Interpersonal Communications that promote collaboration, open communication, and team spirit.; ? maintaining an excellent Attendance and Punctuality record; and ? taking personal responsibility ensure Policy Compliance with policies and standards as set forth by The Joint Commission (TJC), state and federal agencies, and hospital requirements, including annual TB skin test and in-services. BEHAVIORAL EXPECATIONS: 1. Healthstream (HLC) modules completed by June 30th. 2. Complete Associate Self-evaluation and give to Department Manager by June 30th. 3. Attend a majority of the Associate Town Meetings during the review period. 4. Maintain licensure or certification without lapse, if required for the position. 5. Maintain BCLS/ACLS certification, if required for the position. JOB SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES: 1. Maintains consistency with Administrative and Departmental policies with appropriate behavior, dress, attitude, attendance, confidentiality, professionalism, and reliability. 2. Assists in the credentialing/recredentialing process insuring work is performed in accordance with ALT Policies and Procedures, as well as NCQA, Joint Commission and URAC credentialing standards, and other applicable state and federal regulations. 3. Maintains a working knowledge of NCQA, Joint Commission and URAC credentialing standards. Working to attain NAMSS certification within first three years of employment. 4. Audits credentials files in accordance with ALT Policies and Procedures and in accordance with NCQA, Joint Commission and URAC credentialing standards. 5. Diplomatically employ public relations skills in a wide variety of personal/phone contacts with external sources for purposes of soliciting information essential to credentials investigations, including state licensing agencies, university and hospital training program administrators, certification boards, liability insurance carriers, hospital officials and credential staff, practitioners and their office staffs. 6. Assist in monitoring of expirations of various state licenses, certificates, malpractice insurance and board certifications; initiates proper correspondence and follow-up. 7. Assist in daily processing of Non-Staff Care Giver applications as needed. 8. Enters a variety of data into ECHO database. Responsible for the integrity and accuracy of the data entered. 9. Assist in maintenance of credentials files. 10. Diplomatically employ public relations skills in a wide variety of personal/phone contacts with external sources for purposes of soliciting information essential to credentials investigations, including licensing agencies, university and hospital training program administrators, certification boards, liability insurance carriers, hospital officials and credential staff, practitioner and their office staffs. 11. Extensively review and analyze physician provider and credentials documents including certificates of education, residency and fellowship training, and board certification and eligibility; licensure, professional work history, liability insurance and malpractice records. Assess completeness of information and applicants’ qualifications relative to established policies and procedures, NCQA, Joint Commission and URAC credentialing standards as required. 12. Assist with preparation for delegated credentialing audits of credentials files. 13. Coordinate with appropriate personnel to schedule office site visits, as needed, for appointment and reappointment of ALT practitioners. 14. Performs any other duties as may be required.

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