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Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:13 AM

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Broadwayworld Dance, a subsidiary site of Broadwayworld (www.broadwayworld.com) is seeking dance writers for the 2015-2016 dance season.

We cover all events in the metropolitan New York area. We receive press seats for everything—and the best seats.

Broadwayworld cannot pay for submissions. Look at it this way: your free press ticket is your payment. Where else could you get to see everything in New York?

Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

If interested, please send two writing samples to: barnett@broadwayworld.com.

• Location: Long Island


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:13 AM

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Prestigious Garden City
matrimonial firm seeks
associate with at least 3 years of matrimonial
experience. Fax resume and salary requirements to
516-222-1053 or emily@sarilaw.com

• Location: Long Island


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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Northside Center for Child Development

Northside Center for Child Development,
a behavioral health clinic in Harlem, is seeking a Case Planner.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Masters’ degree from an accredited college. Prior experience providing social services to children and families of varying cultural backgrounds, multiple mental health, educational, vocational and environmental challenges. Knowledge of CONNECTIONS and PROMIS data base systems.

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:

Ability to engage children and families with prior ACS history. Ability to work well with families adverse to ACS mandated services. Bilingual (Spanish-speaking) preferred.

To apply please email or fax your resume to:

Michelle Daniels

Executive Assistant to Human Resources

Northside Center for Child Development

1301 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10029

Phone: 212-426-3413

Fax: 212-410-7561

Jobs@NorthsideCenter.org

with job title in subject line

Visit: www.northsidecenter.org

Strictly no telephone calls

We are an EOE

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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Company Name: TWIG Consulting Engineers, P.C.

Description
Our firm is currently seeking a Senior Electrical Engineer with at least 6+ years experience in Electrical Design for our Electrical/Fire Alarm Department. Below you can find some of the duties we require.

If interested please take a minute to email your resume over and check out our website.

• Establish and direct the overall objectives, ensures deadlines are met, and initiatives of an Engineering Department.
• Develops ideas electrical enhancements and oversees the creation and improvement of elements and system components that involve the Engineering Department.
• Provide engineering expertise to other teams as needed.
• Evaluates electrical systems, products, components, and applications by designing and conducting research programs; applying knowledge of electricity and materials.
• Confirms system's and components' capabilities by designing testing methods; testing properties.
• Develops electrical products; researching and testing manufacturing and assembly methods and materials.
• Develops manufacturing processes by designing and modifying equipment for building and assembling electrical components; soliciting observations from operators.
• Assures product quality by designing electrical testing methods; testing finished products and system capabilities.
• Prepares product reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends.
• Provides engineering information by answering questions and requests.
• Maintains product and company reputation by complying with federal and state regulations.
• Keeps equipment operational by following manufacturer's instructions and established procedures; requesting repair service.
• Maintains product data base by writing computer programs; entering data.
• Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.

• Location: Other, New York, NY


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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Harrison Youth Council

Harrison Youth Council a non-profit prevention agency is seeking a full time director to coordinate school and community programming, evaluate and counsel clients ages 5-20 and supervise a small clinical staff of social workers.
Responsibilities include:
Management of the agency, providing direct supervision to clinical staff, conducting workshops in local elementary schools and maintaining effective collaboration among counselors, school and town staff. The manager will ensure that clients receive services that meet regulatory and agency standards and records are kept in compliance with those standards. This position is central to fostering the mission and goals of the agency.

Minimum Qualifications:

LCSW
Strong interpersonal skills
Ability to manage a state work plan
Supervisory experience and the ability to work independently
Thorough knowledge of OASAS Regulations and evidence based programs
40 hours per week including some evenings,

LCSW, psychologist ONLY

Contact Details

Name: Nancy Cannella

Address: 84 Calvert Street

City: Harrison

State/Province: New York

Zipcode: 10528

Country: United States

Ph: 9149677628

Email: hyc10528@aol.com

• Location: Westchester


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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  • Managing Paralegal Supervisor
Prestigious Long Island Plaintiff Personal Injury Law Firm seeks Managing Paralegal Supervisor

Ideal candidate will able to effectively supervise a team of paralegals for efficient management of cases from inception through trial.
The ideal candidate will have significant managerial experience with a proven track record of success: motivating, monitoring and mentoring with significant knowledge/understanding of personal injury law.
This detail oriented position will require overseeing the work product of paralegals handling both litigation and pre-litigation files.
Heavy emphasis on organizational ability to make sure team adheres to critical deadlines and complete tasks timely.
The ability to communicate goals and motivate staff to succeed, as well as holding all staff accountable.

Submit your resume and cover letter to mspector@fightingforyou.com

• Location: Long Island, Jericho


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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The Focus Forward Project is hiring a Project Coordinator! The Focus Forward Project, Inc.™ is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing men and women charged with federal crimes with an educational and emotional outlet through a 12-week program. Our program is offered in federal jails and for individuals out on bail under pretrial supervision.

The Project Coordinator is directly responsible for:

Hiring, training, and managing volunteer class facilitators.
Frequently communicating with attorneys, court officials, Pretrial Services and Probation, and participants.
Scheduling classes and reserving class space.
Planning graduation ceremonies.
Meeting with graduates to update resumes, conduct mock interviews, and assist with other job search tasks.
Tracking and analyzing participant information for demographic, sentencing, and job placement statistics.

The ideal candidate is passionate about criminal justice, dynamic, compassionate, and motivated to make a difference in a growing organization. The position requires 5-10 hours per week and includes a stipend. This position requires excellent organizational and communication skills.

How to apply

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to info@thefocusforwardproject.org.

• Location: Manhattan, P.O. Box 2892, Church St. Station,


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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R Socially Relevant Film Festival New York

SR Film Fest Seeks a Part-Time Seasonal Production Manager For Its Annual Film Festival
The position will include general production and administrative work such as contact with partners and sponsors of the festival, supervising the film submissions, following up on deliverables, organising the industry panels by getting in touch with the industry partners on board, budgeting the festival's annual expenses, getting in touch with the venues, programming the films, helping in the selection, connecting with the international jury, and other ongoing tasks necessary for the smooth running of the festival.

Languages and international knowhow are desirable. Taking initiative and working independently are definitely encouraged. Ideally suited for a film student, communications graduate, or retiree. We are open to all candidates.

For further details please send us a cover letter expressing your interest, mentioning why you think Socially Relevant films are important and what your skills may bring to the festival. We will gladly answer your questions and send you further details if we feel you are a good candidate for the job.
Hours are flexible and the schedule is to be determined, however, work will be judged based on timely completion of assignments and results produced.

Please email us at: ratedsrfilmfest@gmail.com

Visit our website: www.ratedsrfilms.org to know more about the festival.
2016 dates are: March 14-20
Position starts immediately. Pay is negotiable, based on skills and experience and other incentives complement the base hourly rate.

Salary: $10.00 /hour

Required experience: Administrative and Production office: 1 year

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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  • Managing Director
  • Managing Director
Dancing in the Streets, a 31-year not-for-profit producer of free, public, adventurous performances in unexpected places—that has been based in the South Bronx since 2011—is seeking a dynamic, entrepreneurial, and visionary Managing Director who will build upon and further develop the organization's mission to commission, produce, and present dance, interdisciplinary, site-specific, and community-based performances that transform the experience of a place; nurture artists; and serve as catalysts for building community and developing safe, vibrant, and economically sound neighborhoods that reflect and foster their distinct character, values, and cultures.

The Managing Director will work closely with a team of curators on planning future programs and on shepherding ongoing projects that contribute to the cultural renaissance of the Bronx through site-specific dance; and through collaborative initiatives (supported by the NEA, the NYC Dept. Of Cultural Affairs, City Council, and the NYC Mayor's Office) that foster cultural exchange among grass roots, street, immigrant, and contemporary artists. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Managing Director will be responsible for board recruitment and development; donor cultivation; fundraising; fiscal and staff management; and strengthening existing and developing new arts, community, and business partnerships.

The successful candidate will have an entrepreneurial spirit; a broad vision; a passion for the arts and for community engagement; excellent fundraising, fiscal management, and managerial skills; excellent writing and interpersonal skills; and a minimum of three years of comparable experience.

The position will begin in November 2015. For the complete job description visit www.dancinginthestreets.org/jobopporunities

How to apply

To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to jobsearch@dancinginthestreets.org.

• Location: Bronx, 555 Bergen Avenue, 3rd Floor,


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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Looking for a stage director for a children’s musical in New York City.

If interested, please send me your resume at rohanvargas@gmail.com.

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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The Research and Information Associate is responsible for carrying out research, data coordination, analysis, web support, and associated functions. He/she will serve as a critical member of a team. Responsibilities include; research functions related to the operations of the organization, development, creation and cleansing of databases, data inpuut, preparation of related reports in formats for presentations, support for all research needs of the organization,management of the back end of a website, distribution of mass mailings,

Qualifications: 2 years + experience working with a data base for direct marketing or related functions

High level attention to detail

Excellent Excel skills

Strong verbal and analytical ability

Enjoys working as a member of a small team

Able to work beyond normal work hours from time to time

How to apply

Send resume and letter of interest to info@genesisprize.org

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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Financial Planning/Advisory Firm located on Central Long Island has an opening for a mid-level Financial Planning Associate. This position will support the Financial Planning Advisor as a planner and paraplanner.

Who are we? We are a fee-only, financial planning/investment management firm providing services to affluent and high net worth clients. We are a congenial firm, with a focus on teamwork through individual accountability. Every member of our team is a crucial part of delivering the best service to our clients. We are looking for the right person to join our team and contribute ideas, a strong work ethic, energy, and enthusiasm to our group.

Who is our ideal candidate?
You have a CFP or CFA designation (or are currently working toward it) AND experience as a financial planner (preferably in a fee-only or fee-based environment).
You have experience working with financial planning software.
You have the ability to speak face-to-face with clients regarding financial planning issues.
MUST be extremely detail oriented and possess a high sense of urgency and critical thinking.
You want to be part of an innovative financial planning firm that offers the opportunity for growth.
You have a sincere desire to work as a team helping clients with their investment and financial planning needs.
You have excellent oral and writing skills.
You are good at multi-tasking, enjoy problem solving and always follow through on your commitments.
You demonstrate character, competence and compassion with clients and employees.
You are career-oriented and have a desire to continue learning about investments and financial planning through experience.
You have good computer and technology skills.

Duties of the Financial Planning Associate include:
Be technologically proficient/savvy – you will be expected to work within and follow workflows within our CRM and utilize several different software programs.
Analyze and construct financial plans and risk analysis for our clients.
Implement the planning recommendations and follow up on client needs in a timely manner.
Attend/participate in/lead client meetings and interact with clients as needed.
Complete administrative tasks as needed.

Prior experience IS necessary. You must be a self-starter, have the ability to multi-task, be highly organized, a team player, an aggressive problem solver and be empathic with our clients. You must think like a manager and be able to manage yourself and your time efficiently. Only individuals who are career-oriented and have the desire for a long term commitment need apply.
Position is full time and available immediately. Salary is based on experience and will depend in whether the applicant has obtained CFP or CFA certification. Salary is expected to increase with the growth of the firm. This position has a focus on upward mobility within the firm.

To apply please contact:
Brian Luper
Email Address: brian@thestrategicimplementer.com
Phone: 504-323-5323

• Location: Long Island, Melville


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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  • Data Impact Analyst
Reporting to the Chief Research Officer, the Data Impact Analyst will play a critical role in documenting and communicating evidence of Relay’s national reach and the impact of our work to close the opportunity gap. To be successful, the Data Impact Analyst must believe in, and ably convey to others, the value of data to describe the effectiveness of educator preparation programs.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Cultivate relationships with partners to facilitate the use of external data to describe Relay’s reach and impact
Identify leading indicators of, and key levers for, educator success and satisfaction at Relay
Assist in the collection, reporting, analysis, and interpretation of externally-sourced indicators of educator performance (e.g., from local, state, and federal sources)
Develop and populate a database that contains student performance data for all educators who are enrolled in, or have completed, a Relay program, in collaboration with the Director of Alumni Affairs
Design and maintain a dashboard that displays and summarizes key program indicators and performance metrics
Produce and curate a set of data visualizations and presentation slide decks that highlight the reach, quality, and impact of Relay’s programs
Provide timely and clear responses to diverse stakeholder requests for institutional statistical profile data
Prepare monthly memos that describe insights and actionable recommendations derived from an analysis of program data

QUALIFICATIONS
First and foremost, the Data Impact Analyst must share Relay’s sense of urgency about the need to improve student achievement through phenomenal teacher and leader preparation.
Additionally, candidates for the position must have the following:
Master’s degree and 2-3 years of professional experience
Strong quantitative skills and evidence of experience working with large datasets
Demonstrated ability to analyze quantitative data to calculate descriptive statistics, identify trends, and develop predictive models
Experience designing data visualizations to communicate empirical findings in a compelling way
Proficiency in Excel and data visualization software (e.g., Tableau)
Demonstrated ability to translate quantitative results into accessible communications for non-technical audiences
Ability to manage time well and meet ambitious deadlines
Ability to work well independently and as a member of a highly collaborative team
Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills
A demonstrated passion for urban education and closing the opportunity gap
Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
Excellent attention to detail
Authorized to work in the United States

COMPENSATION

Relay offers a competitive salary and benefits package for full-time employees.

Relay Graduate School of Education provides equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees.

Apply URL: https://relay.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=114

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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Our company is a newly formed investment firm that creates risk-adjusted returns for its investors across a wide variety of fundamentals-based, asset-oriented credit focused investment opportunities around the world.

We are seeking a dynamic individual to provide support to the finance / trading function of our company.

Working alongside the Head Trader and reporting directly to the COO, the successful candidate will be expected to ensure a smooth settlement process.

Additional responsibilities include:

- Requesting quotes from multiple brokers and determining which broker to engage in order to execute repo transactions to finance bond positions and the related portfolio;
- Prepare and execute trade settlement timely for various loan businesses within currency deadlines;
- Review of all settlement documentation in accordance with the LSTA and LMA standard terms and conditions;
- Maintain and investigate trade related exceptions, such as open payable and receivable balances.
- Communicate frequently with front office, documentation, and accounting and control teams as well as external counterparties;
- Monitor general ledger activity in regards to payments associated with trade settlement;
- Manage the monthly managed account rebalance process including the distribution of a rebalance trade file to the execution desk;
- Performing OTC portfolio reconciliation and working with the operations team and counterparties to resolve breaks;
- Examining counterparty collateral information and analyzing the data to confirm that margin requirements are accurate. Capturing periodic collateral related data and developing counterparty metrics.

Qualifications:

- Bachelor of Science in Accounting or Finance; Master’s degree preferred;
- At least 3 years of work experience within Middle Office, Treasury, Trading desk, Operations and/or equivalent business group;
- Strong understanding of convertibles, bonds, bank debt, options, and related documentations;
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
- Excellent analytical and quantitative skills;
- High attention to detail and ability to perform very well under pressure.

Company offers a highly competitive compensation and benefits package, including medical, dental, life, flexible spending, LTD and 401(K). For confidential consideration, please email resume.

Contact:
illiquidcreditfundny@gmail.com

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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Qualifications Required:

Minimum High School Diploma, higher education preferred
Experience with adolescents/young adults
Experience with infants & toddlers, parenting, child care, etc.
Valid Driver's License and own vehicle
Good management & organizational skills, detail oriented

Program Mission:

MOMMAS House is a home for young mothers aged 18 to 23 years and their babies. For approximately two years, the young mothers at MOMMAS House continue educational or vocational experience interrupted by pregnancy. With guidance and direction, the young mothers can learn to support themselves and their children independently. The goals of the program are to: Provide young mothers with a sheltered atmosphere where responsibility is stressed, yet support is available. Prevent child abuse by alleviating the isolation of the young mother. Avoid child neglect by teaching parenting and child care. Offer a stable environment where young mothers can be nurtured and encouraged to obtain training and schooling. Assist the young mother in establishing a secure job in order to become financially stable and not be dependent on public assistance. MOMMAS House is a nonprofit 501c3 organization.

Population Served:

This is a small group-home residence, serving five young mothers and their children. The young women participating in our program are between the ages of 18-23 years old. Their children range from infancy to four years of age. The population is diverse across racial, religious, ethnic, cultural and socio-economic demographics.

Duties and Responsibilities:

This is a full-time position requiring a mature person, gifted with the ability to gently and lovingly guide others; one who values the dignity of the human person. This individual must be a good role model to the young women and children in our care - a "mother-figure" who oversees their day to day activities. The House Manager must assist in the fulfillment of the mission of MOMMAS House by providing a safe, nurturing, positive living environment, manage the household affairs and coordinate and supervise the residents' daily routines.

Orient new residents to the program.
Ensure resident adherence to the program structure (i.e. rules, requirements, etc).
Prepare schedules for residents (i.e.: chores, laundry, cooking, menus, etc).
Supervise and assist the residents in the completion of their duties and responsibilities.
Conduct weekly house meetings. Perform daily inspections and evaluations of resident performance on program measures. Issue and follow up on rewards and consequences as needed.
Oversee the residents' activities on their case plans in coordination with the Social Worker.
Prepare written reports – progress notes, incident reports, communication logs, etc.
Manage the household inventory of food & supplies – replenish regularly as needed, manage the petty cash of the household for purchasing food & supplies and requesting replenishment of funds on a regular basis.
Mediate conflict and communication between residents.
As needed: provide transportation of clients to appointments or activities, pick up / accept donations, prepare meals, represent organization at community events.
Provide and procure community resource information and referrals as needed.
Supervise child care staff and volunteers while they work in the residence.
Assist in the implementation of enrichment programs and special events for residents.
Assist in maintaining the physical upkeep of the residence, including monitoring, reporting to management and follow up on repairs and maintenance work needed.
In summation, the House Manager's responsibility is to manage the household and to assist these young women, arming them with the skills necessary to obtain the goal of independent living.

The position is located in Jericho, NY 11753, Nassau County.

How to apply

Please email resume to mommas86@aol.com with subject line House Manager OR fax to 516-783-8393

• Location: Long Island, Jericho


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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Organization

The Kitchen
Website

http://thekitchen.org
Country

United States
Location

New York, NY
Sector

Art Handling/Logistics
Position Level

Manager/Supervisor
Education

None Specified
Position Type

Other
Salary

$25.00
Application Deadline

07/30/2015
Description


The Kitchen, one of New York City’s oldest nonprofit performance and visual arts organizations, is seeking a part-time/hourly Gallery Supervisor for its 2,000 sq. ft. gallery space.

The Gallery Supervisor works with the Production Manager to oversee all technical aspects of The Kitchen’s gallery exhibitions. Primary responsibilities include: attending and participating in exhibition planning meetings, providing technical guidance and support to gallery artists, and working hands-on with and supervising the technical and art handling crews during installations and deinstalls. Shared responsibilities include: supervising the maintenance and repair of all gallery systems and equipment, as well as ensuring that all gallery storage and public areas are clean, safe, and well-organized while meeting all current New York City Dept of Buildings and FDNY code standards.

The Gallery Supervisor works closely with the in-house Curators, Lighting Supervisor, and the Production Manager on artistic projects. This position reports directly to the Production Manager.

Candidates should have at least 3 years work experience in a gallery setting and be well versed in art handling and installation. Video, audio, and lighting experience is a plus. Successful candidates will be skilled at communicating with artists and should be willing to get their hands dirty.

This is a part-time/hourly position organized around The Kitchen’s annual gallery installation schedule. We are open to candidates who may only be available for one or more exhibitions, but we prefer to find someone to commit to the entire season. The Gallery Supervisor will be present for exhibition planning meetings and the entire installation and deinstallation process. The Production Manager manages your work schedule. Salary is $25/hr.

The current 2015-2016 season installation schedule is tentatively scheduled for:

Gallery Maintenance Period: 8/24-8/28
Exhibition 1 Install: 8/31-9/9 (Labor Day Weekend off)
Deinstall 1 / Install Exhibition 2: 10/12-10/21
Auction: 11/12-11/17
Deinstall 2: 12/7
Exhibition 3 Install: TBD Dec/Jan (not between 12/19 and 1/3)
Deinstall 3/ Exhibition 4 Install: 2/16-2/24
Deinstall 4/ Exhibition 5 Install: 4/11-4/20
Deinstall 5 / Exhibition 6 Install: 5/23-5/27



Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. No phone calls please. EOE. Please email resume and cover letter to zack@thekitchen.org with “Gallery Supervisor Search” in the subject line.

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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Quasar Trading LLC

48 Wall St. 32nd Fl,
New York,
New York
10005

Contact Person: Tim Kelleher

Contact Phone Number: (212) 4703489

Quasar Trading, LLC, NASDAQ, OMX & PHLX member firm is now expanding its Wall Street office. Our firm is currently seeking individuals for membership consideration. This opportunity provides qualified candidates with an opportunity to trade the NYSE, AMEX, and NASDAQ equity markets. Quasar Trading provides the opportunity to jump start your career on Wall Street. If you're an experienced trader and would like to operate from a home-office environment, we also offer remote trading. If you're already trading retail, professionally or are a new candidate, check out this opportunity to be considered as a registered professional proprietary equities trader. Quasar Trading’s business model is based on close relationships with our registrants. We're currently searching for qualified individuals that are disciplined, motivated, passionate, and possessing the ability to adapt in a high-paced environment. Our Wall Street office provides: Mentoring for registered members. Access to consistently profitable seasoned veterans Professional direct access trading platforms Competitive commission rates and payouts Comprehensive risk management tools Technical and administrative support staff on site Professional trading desk Competitive routing ECN's Synergistic trading floor environment Experienced management with a focus on compliance and transparency Daily trading performance prop reports Access to firm capital Trading assistance: Daily full time mentoring from experienced traders Daily AM/PM meetings, game-plans, market analysis Simulation mode trading exercises Risk management analysis, trade review, and progress evaluation Our competitive payout structures are detailed below: Option A - (Standard Option) 80% payout including mentoring and education. This option requires a capital risk contribution by the member of $15,000.00 Option B - (Professional Option) 90% payout including mentoring and education. This option requires a capital risk contribution by the member of $25,000 All options require a $600.00 registration/background check fee to be provided by the member. This includes your FINRA registration fees and your Series 7 exam registration fee. To be considered for membership contact: Tim Kelleher - Trader manager - Tim.Kelleher@Quasar-Trading.com Additional information on Quasar Trading can be found on our website at: http://quasar-trading.com

Have graduated with a Bachelors degree is preferred but not required. MBA is also a positive.

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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Organization

Gibney Dance
Website

http://www.gibneydance.org
Country

United States
Location

New York, NY
Sector

Dance
Position Level

Manager/Supervisor
Education

4-Year Degree
Position Type

Full Time Permanent


Description

Overview: Gibney Dance strives to be a premiere creative hub for the dance community. The Center’s primary focus is to provide affordable “ready-to-work” space for creating and rehearsing in a welcoming and open environment. The Operations & Facilities Manager has primary responsibility for all aspects of the management and operation of the 280 Broadway facility.

Responsibilities: The Operations & Facilities Manager has primary responsibility for the smooth operation of the 280 Broadway location. S/he establishes and enforces policies and practices that ensure the highest levels of safety, cleanliness, and order of the Center and implements maintenance interventions as needed. S/he is responsible for coordinating logistics for frequent special event rentals and internal programs. S/he manages 280 Broadway space expenses, which requires developing and administering strategies to ensure efficient and cost effective purchases, as well oversees the smooth operation of Gibney Dance’s administrative office. The Operations & Facilities Manager reports to the Associate Director of Strategic Partnerships. For a full job description, visit www.gibneydance.org/about/internships-volunteers-employment.

Qualifications: B.A. Degree and at least 3 years of professional experience in facilities management. Candidates must possess the ability to manage and prioritize multiple moving projects; excellent verbal and written communication skills with both internal and external constituents; ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, regulations, and operating and maintenance manuals; availability for on-call response to building emergencies (24 hours a day, 7 days a week); and ability for hands-on work including lifting weight in excess of 50 pounds and climbing ladders up to 18 feet.

About Gibney Dance

Gibney Dance, founded in 1991, is a trailblazing organization whose mission is to bring the possibility of movement where it otherwise would not exist. Through three interrelated fields of action—Center, Company, and Community Action—Gibney Dance is “Making Space for Dance” in studios, on stages, and in underserved shelters and schools:

Gibney Dance Center is a powerhouse of cultural support for the performing arts community and the City itself. The Center originated in 1991 when Gibney Dance began leasing a studio in the historic 890 Broadway building to house Company rehearsals. It has since grown into a performing arts complex in two locations: Gibney Dance Choreographic Center at 890 Broadway and Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center at 280 Broadway. The Center houses three theaters for performing arts presentations; 16 studios for classes and rehearsals; two “labs” for work with technological and production elements; a visual arts gallery; a Digital Technology Workroom for work with video, audio, and online media; a Learning and Leadership Studio for professional development programming; and a Community Action Hub for social action workshops and a library on the use of the performing arts to effect social change. These remarkable spaces enable a robust roster of events designed to meet the needs of the dance field by fostering the creative process, encouraging dialogue, and providing professional development opportunities. Since the opening of the Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center in October 2014, approximately 1,000 dancers fill 80 classes each week, 1,189 artists have rented rehearsal space at, 64 performances were attended by 3,380 audience members, and a total of 161 artists have participated in the various creative and professional development programs.

Gibney Dance Company is the Center’s acclaimed resident dance ensemble, led by choreographer Gina Gibney. Since its founding in 1991, the Company has developed a repertory of over thirty works that have been performed throughout the US and abroad. Called “a poet of modern dance” by The New York Times, choreographer Gina Gibney is known for using intricate and dynamic movement and partnering to craft interpersonal dynamics between the dancers. Highly sought-after by a wide range of performing arts institutions, the Company has been featured in recent years at Danspace Project (New York), White Bird (Oregon) the Yale Repertory Theater (Connecticut), L’Agora de la Danse (Montreal, Canada), and Internationale Tanzmesse (Dusseldorf, Germany).

Gibney Dance Community Action provides New York City domestic violence shelters with over 500 free movement workshops each year. At these workshops, Company members share activities that draw from artistic practices to address issues of choice and self-expression. Community Action was initiated in 2000 in collaboration with Sanctuary for Families and Safe Horizon, two of the country’s most prominent domestic violence organizations. Widely regarded as a model in the field, Community Action’s methods for integrating arts and social action are distributed locally, through ongoing programs at Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center’s Community Action Hub; nationally, via our Institute for Community Action intensive that annually hosts dancers from across the US; and internationally, through Global Community Action Residencies, most recently in Cape Town, South Africa and Stockholm, Sweden. In its first 15 years, Community Action has reached 50,000 New Yorkers who are survivors of domestic violence.

Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

Applicants should send a resume and cover letter by email to: search@gibneydance.org. Please include Operations & Facilities Manager in the subject heading.

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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Jennifer Connelly Public Relations is an independent public relations agency that has been named one of the Best Places to Work in New Jersey for 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015. We are looking for creative, committed and collaborative talent – individuals with sharp minds, big ideas and a willingness to work hard to achieve extraordinary results. In exchange, we offer freedom from mediocrity, bureaucracy and office politics. We are seeking individuals who want to grow, hone their natural talents and be rewarded for their efforts.

Our Vice President will be responsible for supporting the Public Relations Department by providing the following services:

Develop and maintain strong relationships with clients and provide ongoing strategic communications counsel
Drive campaign strategy and lead account team, ensuring the team is developing unique story angles and timely pitches to generate consistent exposure for clients through high-level media placements
Lead a team of junior team members (senior account executives, account coordinators, and executives) to ensure quality of work and implementation of PR campaigns
Build strategic PR plans that utilize traditional, broadcast, social and digital media as appropriate to meet client goals
Develop and maintain strong relationships with key members of the financial media
Report and provide support to a senior JCPR team member (SVP or EVP level) on a daily basis
Assist colleagues with other client and JCPR projects as needed
Attend new business meetings as needed

Our ideal candidate has the following skills and experience:
10+ years of agency experience
Proven results executing campaigns that leverage traditional, broadcast, social and digital media
Successful track record in securing media placements for clients
Experience managing multiple deadlines and a variety of projects simultaneously

In addition, we are seeking professionals who possess the following characteristics:
Superior interpersonal skills
Proactive mindset
Collaborative nature
Results driven
Detail oriented
Strong work ethic

Jennifer Connelly Public Relations (JCPR) delivers PR Core+, a suite of services powered by public relations that drives awareness, increases visibility and manages the reputations of personal and corporate brands.

Specializing in finance, technology and a range of professional services companies, JCPR has long been a leader in leveraging the right mix of communications including video, content, social, branding, design and crisis management, aligning every campaign with our clients’ business goals.

JCPR is located in NYC and N.J. with a satellite office in Washington, D.C.

2014 AWARDS
+Bulldog Media Relations Awards 2014: Best Company Positioning/Branding
+RBC – Silver level: Royal Bank of Canada ‘Builds Brand in the U.S.’ Campaign
+Communitas Awards 2014: Making a Difference
+Easter Seals – “A Day in the Life” Documentary video
+Telly Awards 2014: Promotional Branding
+ROBO-STOX - Bronze level: NASDAQ Closing Bell video
+Telly Awards 2014: Not-for-Profit
+Easter Seals – Bronze level: “A Day in the Life” Documentary video
+AVA Digital Awards 2014: Video Production/Documentary
+Easter Seals – Gold level: “A Day in the Life” Documentary video
+AVA Digital Awards 2014: Video Production/Company Overview
+High Tower – Platinum level: High Tower Las Vegas video
+AVA Digital Awards 2014: Video Production/ Web/Event
+Robo-Stox NASDAQ – Honorable Mention: NASDAQ Closing Bell video

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Monday, August 3, 2015 12:12 AM

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IMMEDIATE -- Shipping Manager / Shipping Clerk Wanted
Email your Resume & Salary Requirements to:

Email: CSR11788@Gmail.com

Fax: 1-(866) 703-1711

We have an immediate opening for a qualified, experienced Shipping Manager / Shipping Clerk. Qualifications include knowledge of shipping and receiving, UPS / FEDEX procedures and experience managing other employees.

Our Company: Jacknob Corp is a hardware manufacturing company located on Long Island (Suffolk County) in the Hauppauge Industrial Park, Hauppauge, NY 11788. We serve customers in all 50 States and 14 foreign countries.

- See our website at www.Jacknob.com

- Send your application / resume to CSR11788@Gmail.com

Opportunity: We are looking for an energetic, talented person with skill and a strong motivation to learn. Our applicant is seeking a challenge, and is not afraid of work.

Job Description -.You will work directly under the General Manager, and with other departments in a fast paced environment, to handle all incoming and outgoing shipments.

You will be responsible for assisting with accurate inventory control, and the efficient flow of material.

Required Skills/Qualifications:
* Demonstrated Ability to work with others and to lead the Shipping Team.
* Background and basic knowledge of Warehousing, Inventory Control, Shipping, Assembly & Packaging.
* Be Computer Literate - familiar with common computer operations.
* Clear, Concise diction; Command of English grammar and spelling;

Optional (Not required)
Skills/Qualifications:
* Fluency in Spanish is a plus, but not mandatory.


Salary: Depending upon Experience and Ability

Join our Team - Email your Resume & Salary Requirements to:

Email to: CSR11788@Gmail.com

Fax: 1-(866) 703-1711

• Location: Long Island, Hauppauge, NY 11788

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