Under the supervision of the Adult Mental Health Services (AMHS) crisis services coordinator, this position serves as a professional performing a wide range of direct and indirect mental health services within a specific program or area of assignment to consumers with serious and persistent mental illnesses and co-occurring disorders. Organizes probate court paperwork (e.g., second and continuing orders) for mental health treatment, communicates treatment order information to AMHS programs, tracks and monitors treatment compliance for individuals on mental health orders with CMHA-CEI programs and reviews a range of clinical information in order to prepare reports for the court related to alternative treatment and represents CMHA-CEI in meetings with community groups and agencies (e.g., Probate Court meetings, deferral conferences, etc.). Responsible for detailed case documentation.
The assistant baseball coach for Michigan State University will: serve as the baseball program’s pitching coach; assist in practice and game coaching; assist with team travel; monitor the academic progress of student-athletes; assist in various fundraising and community outreach activities; assist with winter clinics and summer camp administration and coaching; provide leadership with summer placement for student athletes; other duties as assigned by head coach to support the program.
The grants manager reports to the director of grant programs and is responsible for managing administrative and programmatic components of the Exploring the History of All Michigan’s People regrant program. This position ensures the accuracy and efficiency of grantmaking processes and adherence to the requirements of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) and the Michigan Humanities Council (MHC) during the implementation of a threeyear regrant program. The grants manager works under the direction of the director of grant programs and is responsible for applicant communication/liaison, grant application solicitation and review processes, maintenance of grant records and agreements with grantees, annual reporting/evaluation and grantee convenings, coordination of grant payments, project administration including regrants and contractual services and the development of a final history product and conference.
Meijer is looking for an HR outreach coordinator. The individual selected for this position will be responsible for coordinating activities related to the successful employment and retention of individuals with disabilities within all of Meijer's manufacturing and distribution facilities.
The assistant director of athletic communications at Michigan State University will have the following responsibilities: Main athletic communications contact for the Michigan State women's basketball and men's golf teams, directly responsible for the publicity and media relations coverage of the programs; Direct oversight of staff assistants or students with the day-to-day coverage of the men's soccer, men's and women's cross country, men's and women's indoor and outdoor track & field, and women's tennis programs; In charge of the hiring, scheduling (both office hours and events) and daily oversight of the athletic communications student assistant staff; Serve as liaison between assigned sports and the media, Big Ten Conference office, NCAA, the University staff and the general public; Write, edit and design press releases, media guides, game notes and game programs for the assigned sports; Serve as key contributor and content editor for MSUSpartans.com, the official website of the athletic department, as well as sport-specific social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.); Oversee the media relations at home events and travel with the women s basketball program; Athletic communications staff liaison for the Celebrate Weekend activities, including the annual Hall of Fame induction, the Letter Jacket Ceremony and the Varsity S Club recognitions; Assist in the gameday duties of football and men's basketball, when there are no sport conflicts, supporting the staff with statistics, post-game press conference and gameday media responsibilities; Other duties as assigned by associate athletics director/communications.
Adjunct (part-time) faculty to teach courses in humanities. Depending upon program needs and the candidate’s qualifications, teaching assignments may be on LCC’s downtown campus, at an extension center (within 40 miles of the downtown campus) and/or via online delivery methods. Adjunct faculty are expected to work collaboratively with senior department faculty to develop course content consistent with official course syllabi, to deliver course instruction to students and to be available for student assistance and advising outside of class. Additional responsibilities may include participation in course assessment, department/program meetings, professional development activities and other duties as assigned.
As a wealth management advisor, you will have the opportunity to deliver a distinctive client experience that leverages our unique value proposition. Successful Advisors at TIAA-CREF understand their client's unique financial objectives through one-on-one advice as well as leveraging our collaborative environment to deliver appropriate products and services. These products and services include managed accounts, private asset management, personal trust services, retirement plans, a family of no-load mutual funds, life insurance, IRAs, after-tax annuities, brokerage service and education savings plans.
Delivery of high quality multi-line risk evaluations and loss analysis of exposures and controls related to workers’ compensation, property, inland marine, umbrella, builders’ risk, products/completed operations, commercial auto, garage liability/dealer’s blanket and general liability.
This position works directly for the chief underwriting officer (CUO) as a member of the corporate underwriting senior leadership team. This position serves as internal and external liaison for the CUO and his/her departments. Understands multiple-perspectives of underwriting and corporate business and operational issues and their impact to the company. Responsible for managing work that ranges from strategic to tactical with corporate underwriting leaders and teams and members of the enterprise services functions and operating companies. Manages various corporate underwriting projects as directed by the CUO. Works in partnership across enterprise services and operating companies to develop strategies, plans and budgets for corporate underwriting functions.
This position will participate in the analysis, development, organization storage and maintenance of user data for the Global Data Warehouse (OEM) for Symmetry Medical. This position should have data conversion experience and should be able to pull ad hoc reports that could be easily understood by internal partners. Position will focus on Medical Device Excise Tax and Medical Device Listings. This is accomplished by maintaining Symmetry Medical’s principles of safety, quality, customer satisfaction and innovation.
Coordinate resolution of issues with internal and external sales team. Ensure that projects are delivered on time, within budget - with high customer satisfaction, work with sales team to foster strong personal relationships with key customers and prospects. Plan and coordinate project scheduling and administrative tasks. Manage task lists to ensure that critical activities are being monitored and resolved in a timely manner. Function as the project champion, ensuring that all project activities are coordinated and managed to success.
Monitors applicable state and federal regulations to ensure benefits and compensation practices, policies and procedures are compliant; assists director in partnering with various units within human resources and on-campus to determine the impact or implementation needs of new/changing regulations, policies or procedures; participates in and/or chairs committee meetings with labor organization, faculty and academic staff, student organizations, and purchasing coalitions in terms of benefits and compensation programs; serves as a liaison with plan administrators, providers, employees, and MSU units regarding plan provisions, costs and policies; assists director in monitoring, measuring, and evaluating effectiveness/costs of existing benefit and compensations programs and prepares recommendations and proposals; assists director with campus wellness strategies including research and recommendations.
This position is responsible for managing federal finance staff and all related accounting functions including the complex year-end closing process. Incumbent of this position is expected to provide expertise over the financial administration and compliance of federal grants and maintain an effective grant accounting structure to enable proper accounting, federal and state reporting, and management of information. Incumbent must also provide leadership to staff and assist the finance director and CFO in overall policies for sound accounting practices and management.
Supervise a medium to large group of employees involved in quality operations. Manage daily project requests and help prioritize all data streams. Provide problem solving leadership for all commodities. Help develop quick containments and drive robust long term solutions to different problems as they arise.
The Governor's internship program offers college students an opportunity to gain critical work experience in a fast paced, professional and challenging work environment. Interns in the program can expect to perform substantive work, develop and manage professional relationships and help make a positive impact on Michigan.