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    Are you looking for a challenging and fulfilling career? AMS Practice Management connects talented professionals to unique global opportunities with in-demand industries. We can help you take the next step toward reaching your goals and building a career you love.

    We are currently seeking dynamic, talented, and experienced professionals to take on innovative assignments with our global clientele.

    Systems Analyst

    AMS Practice Management is in search of a Systems Analyst for a premier manufacturer in Wilmington, NC.

    In this role you will be responsible for supporting the company’s primary ERP system (Microsoft Dynamics NAV) including setup, deployment, integration, troubleshooting and training.

    You will work on continuously aligning systems and processes with organizational needs and ensures existing systems continue to support evolving business requirements. Collaborate with all functional areas to develop processes and identify opportunities for enhancements. Manages projects related to the ERP system and peripheral supporting software packages. Oversees testing and validation of software changes prior to production deployment. Supports reporting and data analytics needs of the organization using available software and reporting tools.

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    Principal Responsibilities:

    • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
    • Analyze existing core business systems and processes to help develop solutions to a variety of business challenges.
    • Work on implementations and integrations of ERP functions into the business across all subsidiaries.
    • Generate documentation for ERP functionality as well as detailed end-user instructions for specific functions.
    • Provide day-to-day support to achieve timely resolution to end-user issues.
    • Support EDI document interchanges with new and existing trading partners.
    • Research, identify, and report on key areas. Leverage available technologies and data to enhance business reporting and analytics capabilities.
    • Identify ways to leverage technology to accelerate efficiencies and growth of the business.
    • Collaborate with other departments to address their reporting needs and create new or update existing reports using Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services or other available reporting tools.
    • Complete special assignments and projects as requested.

    EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE:

    • Associates Degree and at least 5 years related experience.
    • Preferred: SQL Server and relational database experience. Experience with Dynamics NAV (Navision). Knowledge of manufacturing or distribution environment.

     

    REQUIRED SKILLS:

    • Accounting based knowledge, a must for troubleshooting
    • Ability to work with limited supervision.
    • Interpersonal and customer relation skills.
    • Good organizational skills.
    • Knowledge and use of Microsoft Office Suite.
    • Microsoft Dynamics NAV or comparable ERP system.
    • SQL server.
    • Experience extracting and using data to support business decisions.

     

    AMS Practice Management is a premier provider of Talent acquisition and consulting services across the Regulated Industry, Manufacturing, and Information Technology (IT) industries.

    We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

    Clinical Supervisor

    Location(s): Claymont, DE; Ellendale, DE; West Chester, PA; Willow Grove, PA; Philadelphia, PA; Baltimore, MD

    Description:
    This individual manages and administers the day to day operations of a program with an annual operating budget no greater than $750,000; supervises clinical staff, and thus is responsible for planning, developing, implementing and evaluating the therapeutic care, treatment, and rehabilitation conducted in the facility. The Clinical Supervisor works closely with the Program Director to train, supervise, and direct a staff performing the above.
    Duties may include, but are not limited to: planning therapeutic activities; providing counseling services to clients and members of their families to aid them in achieving adjustments to specific problems or situations of a difficult or complex nature; guiding lower level staff in planning therapeutic activities, sessions, and work projects, and supervising the planning, review and updating of client’s program or treatment plans.
    Work is performed with considerable independence in accordance with established regulations, policies, and procedures. Work is reviewed by the Program Director to whom he/she directly reports.

    Qualifications:
    • Masters’ Degree plus two (2) years’ experience
    • Bachelors’ Degree or CAC plus three (3) years’ experience
    • Associate Degree plus four (4) years’ experience
    Note: All experience must be clinical in a health or human service agency, which includes one year of working with the chemically dependent, plus two years of supervisory experience.

    Program Director

    Location: Bristol, PA

    Description:
    The Program Director is responsible for planning, developing, implementing and evaluating the operation of the program and staff under his/her direction. This individual will oversee the quality of services offered in the program to ensure that services are consistent with the needs of the individual and that they also represent the overall intent of the Gaudenzia philosophy.
    Duties may include but are not limited to establishing goals and objectives for the specific program, planning and implementing treatment services, supervision, evaluation and training of staff ensuring compliance with licensing, funding and other regulatory agencies and asses’ admission and discharge to maintain census and budgets.

    Qualifications:
    • Master’s Degree with two (2) years’ experience
    • Bachelor’s Degree with three (3) years’ experience
    • Associate Degree with four (4) years’ experience
    • Experience must be in a human service agency, preferably in a drug and alcohol setting with at least one (1) year supervisory, direct service and program planning experience.
    • Sobriety: If recovering, must have two (2) years sobriety

    Nurse Manager

    Location: Ellendale, DE

    Description:
    This individual will be responsible for supervision of seven or more nurses. The Nurse Manager will ensure that all nursing staff under his/her supervision are performing and fulfilling their job duties in accordance with licensing, regulatory, funding and credentialing guidelines.
    Duties include but are not limited to: oversight that admission physical exams are completed, that acute care medical services are provided, assist in conducting health related seminars and assist nursing staff in managing client’s medications and external case management needs. Additional responsibilities include working with Program Directors to ensure that there is integration between clinical and nursing services.

    Qualifications:
    • Graduate of an accredited school of Practical Nursing
    • Current licensure in good standing in Commonwealth of PA and DE
    • Minimum of five (5) years nursing experience with at least 2 years in an addictions, mental health or community health care setting
    • Sobriety: If recovering, Two (2) years’ sobriety

    Behavioral Health Registered Nurse (RN)

    Location(s): Delaware; Baltimore, MD; Philadelphia, PA

    Description: This individual must be able to provide comprehensive nursing care to a specific group of individuals (i.e., adolescents, adults, mental health, women and children, etc). The Registered Nurse must be able to perform all aspects of the nursing process under the Professional Nursing Law. Responsibilities include facilitation, communication, assessment, intervention, education, planning and providing comprehensive nursing care for clients during treatment. This nurse will provide administration of medications and record this activity in the appropriate medical chart. This nurse will arrange and coordinate all medical, dental, and vision exam appointments and must ensure that there are adequate medical supplies, as well as securing necessary medical records on all clients.
    Duties may include but are not limited to performing initial nursing assessment for residents within 24 hours of admission, arranging appointments with Health Care Providers for complete physical examinations, educating staff regarding health/medical issues and participating in treatment/multidisciplinary team meetings, as indicated.
    Work is performed with considerable independence in accordance with established regulations, policies and procedures in a coordinated effort with the Medical Consultant and/or the Director of Nursing, and/or Program Director. This individual is responsible to the Director(s) for overall program effectiveness and the achievement of program objectives.

    Qualifications:
    • Current RN license in good standing in state of practice.
    • Two (2) years supervised nursing experience, preference of one (1) year in addictions, mental health, or related specialty.
    • Sobriety: If recovering, Two (2) years’ sobriety

    House Manager

    Location(s): Baltimore, Crownsville, Glen Burnie, MD; Ashland, Harrisburg, West Chester, York, PA

     

    Description:
    This individual must have the ability to work in the therapeutic care, treatment and rehabilitation facility under direct supervision. This individual will be responsible for transporting and escorting clients that have medical appointments, and/or other business needs outside of the facility (as approved by staff) and will perform this function in a coordinated and timely manner, communicate any/all concerns to staff accordingly, have an awareness of clients whereabouts and activities during shift, communicate to counseling staff all client related incidents (in person and/or by log), deny access to the facility of unauthorized persons to ensure a drug free environment while maintaining client confidentiality, be willing to listen to clients in a non-judgmental manner, assist in the facilitation of morning meetings, exercise, and other program functions, attend program activities and act as a role model for the clients by demonstrating a positive attitude and behavior and drug free lifestyle.

    This position does not require, and is restricted from performing group counseling, individual counseling, treatment planning, case management, etc., but does act as a liaison between the clinical staff and the clients.

     

    Qualifications: 

    • Bachelor’s degree in related field
    • Knowledge of drug and alcohol abuse and treatment
    • Valid Driver’s License
    • Sobriety: If recovering, One (1) year sobriety.
    • THIS POSITION REQUIRES OPEN AVAILABILITY!

    Deputy Director

    Location: Baltimore, MD

    Description: 
    This individual is responsible for the overall operations of programs within a specified geographic area within the agency, with a variety of program populations and/or specialty treatment areas.  This individual will have full accountability for the daily program operations including the administrative and fiscal operations of the entire region encompassing an operating budget of greater than $12 million, for a minimum of over 30 programs.

    This individual must ensure quality treatment and compliance with all funding sources; maintain relations with current and potential funding sources; maintain and improve community relations; coordinate fundraising and other community activities; research and ensure new program development. This individual will also provide leadership development for a staff of up to 6 Division Directors, with indirect leadership for over 20 Program Directors, administrative staff, and fiscal staff. This individual is given the authority to make independent decisions within the structure and philosophies of Gaudenzia and is expected to demonstrate sound judgment in both clinical and administrative areas.

    Work is performed with very considerable independence in accordance with established regulations, policies, and procedures.  Work is reviewed by the Executive Director to whom he/she directly reports.

     

    Duties and Responsibilities: 

    • Maintain census and budget matrix of all Regional programs, and ensure the delivery of quality treatment services
    • Assist with Regional strategic initiatives: ensuring continued licensures, certifications, accreditations, continuous quality improvement and innovative marketing strategies.
    • Support the Regional Management Team by selecting and retaining leaders to manage assigned programs and creating effective action plans.
    • Provide leadership, direction and evaluation for up to 6 Division Directors, with emphasis on developing existing and future talent through mentoring and inspiring performance improvement.
    • Conduct regular staff meetings with Division/Program Directors to review program performance, quality of services, and ensure good staff morale.
    • Perform quality reviews of operations including the evaluation of performance indicators and address issues via systemic improvement and assist in the implementation corrective and/or preventive measures as necessary.
    • Maintain relations with funders & referral sources, ensuring program understanding, consumer satisfaction, strategic partnerships and continuous improvement efforts.
    • Motivate and role model through personal involvement in the community, service organizations, governmental agencies and advocacy programs.
    • Assist in new program development and implementation through the negotiation and establishment of new contracts.
    • Develop and maintain supportive relationships with public and community organizations by engaging in public relation activities that advance the mission of the region/agency through the utilization and coordinated efforts of the Community Affairs Department.
    • Develop, implement and interpret policies and procedures.
    • All other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Regional Director and as defined in the Unit Unique Job Description.

     

    Qualifications: 

    • Master’s Degree in relevant Human Services or Business Administration field, plus specialized training as required (e.g.:  non-profit management, chemical dependency, etc.)
    • Eight (8) years in progressively responsible and varied program management in a large multi-site, multi-modality public or private organization.
    • If in recovery, two (2) years sobriety.

    Addiction Counselor I, II, or III

    Location(s): Bristol, PA; Coatesville, PA; Harrisburg, PA; Mechanicsburg, PA; West Chester, PA; Norristown, PA; Baltimore, Glen Burnie, MD

     

    Description:
    This individual must be capable of performing independent work in the therapeutic care, treatment and rehabilitation of persons within the program. This individual will plan and conduct therapeutic activities and counsel therapeutically with clients on an individual and group basis. She/he must be capable of understanding the full continuum of care. In addition, this person must have a broad understanding of how a therapeutic program operates and how each client moves along in the treatment system.

    Duties may include, but are not limited to: carrying out task in the therapeutic care, treatment and rehabilitation of persons with chemical dependency and/or mental health problems; providing, facilitating and supervising individual and group counseling; working with other social agencies  and managed care organizations hospitals, clinics, courts, prisons, and gatekeepers in planning to meet the  needs of clients and assist them in utilizing these resources; preparing treatment plans, histories, writing letters, making reports and keeping records; encouraging, reassuring and giving needed support; recommending educational and occupational training and/or possibilities for placement; providing assessment and evaluations based on appropriate criteria.

    Qualifications:

    • Associate degree or Certified Addiction Counselor (CAC) with four (4) years’ experience
    • Bachelor’s Degree with two (2) years’ experience
    • Master’s Degree, with one (1) year experience
    • Minimum of basic knowledge of drug and alcohol addiction
    • Sobriety: If in recovery, Two (2) years’ sobriety

    Financial Advisor

    About Our Client – With the right company, life can be brilliant. Our client is not just in the business of helping clients with their financial goals — they also help advisors and employees reach their true potential. Be part of an inclusive, collaborative culture that rewards you for your contributions and work with other talented individuals who share your passion for doing great work. You’ll also have plenty of opportunities to make your mark at the office and a difference in your community. So if you’re talented, driven and want to work for a strong ethical company that cares, take the next step to create a brilliant career with our team.

    Location: Twin Cities area of Minnesota

    Summary: Our client is looking for financial advisors to join their franchise group. As a franchise advisor you’ll have outstanding income potential and the freedom to build equity in your own practice and enjoy independence along with support and resources. Becoming a franchise advisor enables you to leverage the recognition and goodwill associated with our client’s strong national brand. 

    Advisors in the Franchise Group receive:

    • Equity ownership opportunities
    • Competitive payout rates up to 91% with deferred compensation potential
    • The ability to leverage a respected national brand and proven turnkey marketing programs
    • Office branding assistance and the opportunity to choose your own location
    • Local and national support, including accessible leaders and an extended group of specialists 
    • Peer-to-peer mentoring, plus training and coaching, including CFP® certification support
    • Access to financing for practice acquisition
    • Succession planning resources.

    Support starts with your transition: 

    • Dedicated transition team – Works with you to establish an onboarding and communications strategy, anticipate and handle challenges and gradually introduce you to products and services.  
    • Transfer registration assistance – Assists you in transferring your FINRA registration and general licenses — from any state 
    • Announcing your move – Access to the materials and resources you need to announce your move  
    • Transferring client accounts – Assist you with new-business paperwork and facilitate account openings  
    • Technology access & support – Manage both your clients and your practice with our secure, integrated technology 

    Requirements:

    • FINRA Series 7 and Series 63 or 66 required to start 
    • Given 120 days after appointment to obtain additional required licenses (Series 65/66 and life/health insurance licenses) 
    • College degree in related field
    • 3+ years of similar experience

    Medical Device Quality Clinician (RN, NP, PA, or MD)

    Our team is searching for a Clinician (RN, NP, PA or MD) with dialysis experience to join the post market surveillance team with a leading renal client in the Greater Boston Area.

    PURPOSE AND SCOPE: Receives, reviews, processes, and analyzes all product inquiries and product complaints for manufactured and distributed products (equipment, drug, and device) as required by applicable regulations, standards, and company policy. Helps provide high level customer support and serves as a liaison and subject matter expert between manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, customer/technical service, and customers/patients regarding product complaints. Partners with Pharmacovigilance resources on any possible adverse event (MDR/ADE) or reportable complaints, as well as with Corporate Quality Engineering on product investigations and trends. Responds to questions and liaises with fellow department staff members regarding complaint data entry and processing.

    EXPERIENCE AND REQUIRED SKILLS:

    • BSN, NP, PA or MD required; Advanced degree preferred
    • Minimum 3 years of related experience in complaint handling in the healthcare/device industry with exposure to medical device quality system regulations, and an understanding of drug/device safety requirements.
    • 3 years of dialysis experience required.
    • Requires understanding of regulatory obligations for compliance within the scope of the department (21 CFR 820.198 and 21 CFR 211).
    • Strong interpersonal and decision making skills.
    • Strong PC computer skills essential in industry recognized complaint management systems, crystal reporting, MS Access/Excel.  Understanding of medical terminology.
    • Experience in FDA regulated environment, pertinent to ISO 13485 is preferred.

    Medical Device Quality Specialist

    We are in search of a Medical Device Quality Specialist / Post Market Surveillance Specialist for our premier client in Waltham, MA.

    In this role you will be responsible for receiving, reviewing, and processing all product inquiries and product complaints for manufactured and distributed products (equipment, drug, and device) as required by applicable regulations, standards, and company policy. Must have previous experience with MDR/ADE reporting and complete follow through with the complaint closure process.

    Purpose and Scope:

    Responsible for receiving, reviewing, and processing all product inquiries and product complaints for manufactured and distributed products (equipment, drug, and device) as required by applicable regulations, standards, and company policy. Helps provide customer support and serves as a liaison between manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, customer/technical service, and customers/patients regarding product complaints. Partners with Pharmacovigilance resources on any possible adverse event (MDR/ADE) or reportable complaints, as well as with Corporate Quality Engineering on product investigations and trends.

    This is not a remote position.

    Job requirements:

    • Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in a healthcare related field. Associate’s Degree may be considered with additional years of relevant experience.
    • Minimum 2 – 5 years of related experience in the healthcare/device industry or exposure to medical device quality system regulations; understanding of drug/device safety requirements are required; with an Advanced Degree no prior experience may be considered.

    Please note we have multiple levels within this job function available depending on prior experience.