Director of Innovation & Commercialization
The position requires experience in life science technology commercialization and entrepreneurship. The ideal candidate should possess strong analytical and project management skills, an autonomous work ethic, initiative, and the ability to lead in an entrepreneurial, team-oriented environment. Experience in technology entrepreneurship, performing market analysis and developing business plans, experience in scientific research or engineering, project and team management, event planning, marketing, an understanding of regulatory approval processes and federal grants, and (patent) law is required as is a scientific background.
This position will complete all programmatic reports, typing, filing, and data entry. Assists Sr. Director of Strategic Initiatives and Community Development, Director of Health Services and Operations and Quality Assurance Manager with developing documentation procedures for all reports. Completes monthly billing, compliance and management reports.
Under direct supervision, this position requires a familiarity with established in vitro techniques and willingness to follow AxoSim standard procedures; contribute to the execution of in vitro assays in support of preclinical drug development studies and to the project management or study direction of client studies; have the ability to design, oversee, and maintain the quality control of specific scientific research projects within a broader research study; have quantitative and qualitative data analysis skills and interpretation as part of a research team; and provision of analytic and narrative input into scientific abstracts, manuscripts, and/or presentations.
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Delgado is seeking a licensed Clinical Social Worker with five years of clinical work experience in Behavioral/Mental Health services with adults. Responsible for the day-to-day operations of Single Stop through a combination of direct service and program coordination. Reports to Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and works closely with Single Stop technology and appropriate external partners.
Victim Witness Assistance Coordinator
Victim Advocates are trained to support victims and survivors of crime. Advocates serve as liaisons between victims and witnesses and the criminal court. The advocate advises the victim as to how the criminal justice system works through its processes. Advocates offer emotional support, victims' rights information, help in finding needed resources, and assistance in filling out crime victim-related forms. Advocates are responsible for accompanying victims and their family members to court hearings. Advocates work with other organizations, such as counseling agencies and social service providers, to get help or information for the victims we serve. Qualifications preferred: Licensed Counselor or Master of Social Work, Psychology, Public Health, or other mental health field preferred.
Senior Programmer Analyst in a COBOL/CICS IBM Environment
The Senior Programmer Analyst should be experienced in supporting financial applications written in COBOL/CICS with mainframe JCL; be able to work on their own with little supervision with an understanding of the functional business process that is associated with mainframe applications and is responsible for maintaining a mainframe-based financial system (AMS / CGI Financial System).
Director, Continuous Improvement Business Partner (Dir, CIBP)
The role of Dir, CIBP will report directly to the Vice President, Continuous Improvement; serve as a strategic CI leader, and lead the CIBP function. The Dir, CIBP will provide oversight to the CIBPs who are consulting and providing solution frameworks to business leaders, is responsible for the overall CIBP portfolio and will drive a common approach in the CIBP function. The Dir, CIBP will direct the work of the business partner team, who function as strategic partners with the business function leaders to develop and execute BU CI strategies supporting organizational goals and that incorporate enterprise strategies developed by the CI Office of Strategy Management. The CIBP function will be jointly accountable with the business functions to achieve set goals and targets.
DevOps and Software Delivery Engineer
Looking for a full-time Software Delivery Engineer with 5+ years experience to deploy and maintain infrastructure and services for their software platform; work with dev teams to design and implement system architecture changes; review and implement release process between Product Owners and Developers; monitor the health and performance of production services, and address emergent issues. Must have experience with AWS or another major cloud provider's offering; Kubernetes service; and Terraform and Ansible. Send your resume or any inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quality Assurance Analyst
Looking for a full-time Quality Assurance Analyst with 2+ years of experience to create test plans; document test cases; record test progress and results; identify, isolate, and track bugs throughout testing; identify any potential problems that users might encounter; review user interfaces for consistency and functionality; communicate between business and dev teams regarding product launches/bug fixes, and document customer reported issues. Send your resume or any inquiries to email@example.com.
Looking for a full-time Software Developer with 2 – 4 years’ experience that will work to design, develop, test, and deploy solutions for their software. This position is expected to write automated tests for code and experience with Elixir or Ruby on Rails is preferred. Send your resume and Github/Stackoverflow Portfolio or any inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of Community Engagement and Health Equity (Student Health Center)
The position reports to the Assistant Vice President of Campus Health and is responsible for the management of the development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive community engagement program for Campus Health and identifying and developing a plan to address issues of health equity impacting Tulane students.
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Administrative Program Coordinator (Office of Advancement - Reunions)
The Administrative Coordinator is an administrative support position that assists the supervisor in a variety of office support and/or secretarial tasks including but not limited to calendar coordination/scheduling of meetings; event coordination; travel arrangement preparation; meeting preparation; budget management/processing of financial transactions; data entry; preparation of correspondence, communications, agendas, and documents; taking notes; supply ordering; copying, filing, and organizing of hard copies and electronic files, tracking of metrics; answering phones and greeting clients.
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Driver – Shuttle/Transportation
The Shuttles & Transportation Driver will provide safe and efficient transportation for all Shuttles & Transportation operations including fixed shuttle lines, Gold Zone operation, service-learning operations, and chartered transportation for university departments and organizations.
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The Ellis Marsalis Center for Music is seeking an experienced, dynamic, and creative Program Director to oversee the delivery of the Center’s strategic programs for children, teens, and adults. The Program Director – a proven self-motivated self-starter – will develop and implement the Center’s diverse programming; create and steward internal systems and structures; and monitor, evaluate, and report on the success of the Center’s programming.
The Ellis Marsalis Center for Music, the centerpiece of Musicians' Village, is a 17,000 square foot facility that serves as a performance, education, and community venue. The Center includes a 170-seat performance hall, recording studios and teaching facilities for individual and group instruction, and a gathering place for the community.
Director of Diversity & Inclusion Programs & Initiatives
Reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion, the Director of Diversity and Inclusion Programs and Initiatives will oversee diversity and inclusion efforts that focus on providing strategies to enhance campus climate and the student experience. The Director will also be responsible for the promotion of student success initiatives through the coordination of efforts focused on prospective and current student-focused outreach, enrichment, recruitment, transition, academic and psychosocial support, campus dialogue, leadership development, and mentoring Researches, designs, and engages a comprehensive set of programs, strategies, and initiatives that advance a culture of inclusion for LSUHSC-NO faculty, staff, and students.
Louisiana State University School of Medicine - New Orleans educates medical students, residents, and other learners in an environment that nurtures intellectual curiosity, and that reflects the diversity of its community.
The Production Supervisor will report to the Director of Operations and will be responsible for the supervision of a team of associates working the production line and sanitation of the facility. Will coordinate day-to-day activities of the associates to ensure that operations run according to established production specifications and schedule.
Big Easy Bucha makes drinks designed for daily wellness. Our probiotic products are packed with fruits, flowers, and functional ingredients. What started as a small, family-owned company has blossomed to become the South’s leading beverage innovation hub.
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Business Process Analyst III
H2 is seeking a Business Process Analyst III to support a Navy contract supporting Systems Engineering, Logistics, and Cybersecurity (SELOCY). This work will be performed on-client site and requires an active Secret clearance at time of application. This candidate would provide analysis and recommendations in support of mission-oriented business functions and related applications and systems; align processes, systems, policies, and organizational structures with mission and strategy of the organization; analyze workflows and processes to identify process inefficiencies and areas for improvement; create process change by integrating new processes to improve existing ones and communicating these changes to impacted stakeholders; recommend and facilitate quality improvement efforts; and plan and implement approved business solutions and develops metrics, and methods to collect those metrics, to measure operational efficiency.
Testronic is looking to hire its first-ever Project Coordinator for the NOLA office. The new hire will be instrumental in making sure that all client projects are planned for and executed smoothly. The ideal candidate is excellent in organizing, tracking, sharing information and generally getting everything delivered on time and to the required standards. They have to be great with every little detail, while at the same time always see the bigger picture. A “can-do attitude” and great communication skills are a must for this role, as is the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
Program Services Director
DDMS of LOUISIANA is looking for a Program Services Director to ensure the overall implementation of quality of programs and active treatment provided individuals through the coordination and management of assigned personnel; to monitor individual support plan (ISP) process development utilizing the Therapy system and other forms of electronic records; to assist with the survey process of all homes and works in conjunction with the Administrator in developing plans of correction when deficiencies occur and monitor corrective actions through completion, and to keep actively involved in the day-to-day operation of the department.
Retention Specialist / Advisor
The Retention Specialist/Academic Advisor is responsible for the development and implementation of a retention plan for the university designed to assist students in progressing toward degree completion. This position assists in planning, organizing, and presenting individual and group advisement sessions for transfer and high-risk students and assists with new/transfer student orientation; teaches FYS 110, a course designed to assist students to meet satisfactory academic progress requirements; and is responsible for assisting transfer and high-risk students in the development of academic schedules appropriate for the stated educational goals of students.
504ward is a collaborative initiative designed to attract and retain young professional talent in New Orleans. As part of NOLABA’s efforts to provide employers with top talent, 504ward is New Orleans’s largest network of up-and-coming young professionals.
The initiative offers a suite of programs and communications, in partnership with private sector leaders and employers, that provide opportunities for career advancement, professional development, and social engagement for young professionals.
Over the past 10 years, 504ward has directly engaged more than 23,000 young professionals, featured more than 3,000 quality jobs, and partnered with more than 200 employers to date.
To learn more or sign up for the 504ward weekly email, CLICK HERE.
The Youth Demonstration Project (YDP) prepares and connects young people between the ages of 16 and 24 with quality employment opportunities in high-demand, high-wage, and high-growth industries. These opportunity youth (OY), which include approximately 7,000 in our local area, are disconnected from employment and/or post-secondary opportunities.
In New Orleans, 61% of jobs in the region require some college or higher. Yet only 54% of our workforce ages 25 and older have the skills/credentials needed to compete for those jobs. In an effort to address this gap, it is imperative that young people transition from high school with the requisite skills to compete for available employment. NOLABA supports the system-level transformation of youth-focused workforce development to better meet their needs by providing them with training providers and access to critical support tools.
This project has supported over 100 young people to date and over the next two years, the overall goal is to connect 225 youth to quality career pathways by specifically supporting OY training providers and it also serves to build the capacity of opportunity youth (OY) serving organizations, so that processes can be scaled to the larger network of providers.
At NOLABA, our team works with local businesses and business owners each and every day, so we know first-hand the critical importance of Talent and Workforce Development. Gallo Mechanical was one of those businesses, who, like us, wanted to put their people first, so together, we found a real and meaningful way to do that.
Our talent solutions team worked alongside Gallo’s leadership every step of the way to develop and launch the pilot BOOST program with a unique and immensely-beneficial curriculum as a way for Gallo to thank their rising star employees and let them know how much the company cares about their growth and advancement.Most of these people, like so many New Orleanians, had never received any real leadership training, which represents a hugely untapped resource for economic growth in our city.
The BOOST program can be customized to provide all industries, backgrounds,and skill levels with critical, specific job training and skills needed to not only help participants further their careers, but grow and develop in their personal lives as well.
In December 2018, the New Orleans Business Alliance partnered with the Aspen Institute to offer a Workforce Leadership Academy. Over 12 months, the Academy will develop a network of leaders who are able to lead their own programs or organizations and who can work collaboratively to build effective workforce systems.
Workforce Leadership Academies create and support peer-learning communities of workforce leaders from nonprofit organizations, business associations, community colleges and universities, union-based training efforts, and public agencies. Academy participants work with leading practitioners from around the country, learn about practical planning tools, and are offered the rare opportunity to imagine and develop effective workforce strategies that strengthen local workforce systems.
Fellows are selected in a competitive application process and are typically senior-level managers with authority to implement program changes. Academy graduates are part of the Aspen Institute Economic Opportunity Fellows Network.
Meet the 2019 Workforce Leadership Academy Fellows here.