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Position Description:

Founded in 1976, CGI is a leading end-to-end IT and business consulting services provider. With eight onshore delivery centers employing 1800 members, CGI’s Waterville center is the perfect mix of corporate opportunities and support with a small town feel. Located in the heart of downtown Waterville, easily accessed by two exits off Interstate-95, CGI’s Waterville delivery center is the first such center in the area, aligning with the region’s economic and cultural revitalization goals. Our office is located within walking distance of shops, cafes, restaurants, community parks, and the local farmers market. We embrace ongoing training, continued education, flexible hours, and an innovative tech-oriented work environment. Members participate in CGI social clubs and community outreach programs. CGI Waterville is passionate about CGI’s corporate mission, “To create an environment in which we enjoy working together and, as owners, contribute to building a company we can be proud of.”

If you are an experienced hands-on Software Developer Engineer in Test (SDET) with strong problem-solving skills, excellent communication skills and the ability to collaborate with business and technical teams in a dynamic environment, we have exciting opportunities to build your career.

We are looking for a SDET to support CGI’s clients in all phases of the Software Development Life Cycle. You will be part of a dynamic Agile team using a human center design approach to develop AWS based applications.

Your future duties and responsibilities:

Support the design, implementation and testing of software solutions that meet functional and non-functional requirements and align to overall Architecture
o Set up, maintain and operate test automation frameworks
o Perform automated testing
o Develop with a test first development mindset
o Participate in design reviews
o Participate in test automation tool development
o Perform performance testing
o Participate in CI/CD activities
o Work with deployment team and resolve system issues
o Support the direction to the Scrum Team

Required qualifications to be successful in this role:

• 2-5 years development experience
• Experience in Agile / DevOps process management methodology
• Prior AWS Development experience preferred
• Experience with testing frameworks such as Spock and Cucumber or similar technologies
• Experience with Test Driven Development (TDD) and Behavioral Driven Development (BDD)
• Experience testing front-end UIs and services
• Expected to perform front-end or middle tier development especially around test automation


CONSULTATIVE SKILLS:
• Excellent communication skills with the ability to communicate testing concepts and principles
• Analytical and problem-solving skills
• Strong teamwork skills with the ability to collaborate with other team members including distributed team members
• Contribute to continual improvement by suggesting improvements to all aspects of the development

Skill Set Years of Experience Proficiency Level
Development 2-5 Intermediate
TDD/BDD 2+ Intermediate
Agile 2+ Intermediate
Testing Frameworks 2+ Intermediate

Minimum Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree

Skills:

  • Development (Loc)

What you can expect from us:

Build your career with us.

It is an extraordinary time to be in business. As digital transformation continues to accelerate, CGI is at the center of this change—supporting our clients’ digital journeys and offering our professionals exciting career opportunities.

At CGI, our success comes from the talent and commitment of our professionals. As one team, we share the challenges and rewards that come from growing our company, which reinforces our culture of ownership. All of our professionals benefit from the value we collectively create.

Be part of building one of the largest independent technology and business services firms in the world.

Learn more about CGI at www.cgi.com.

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Per Diem – Field Supervisor, Northern Maine

Home Health Care

 

WE ARE HIRING! GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR HOME HEALTH/MEDICAL FIELD PROFESSIONALS.

About the Company:

FCP Live-In has been an industry leader in home health care for over two decades and specializes in Live-In care. FCP’s Live-In Caregiver approach has been built on the foundation that “there’s no place like home”, especially as people age. Home is where we build our families, make precious memories and keep our most cherished possessions and pets. By providing continuing care to clients in their homes, our outstanding services maximize our clients’ ability to maintain their independence as long as possible and minimize the effects of illness, accident or disability. We maintain the highest quality standards in the health care industry, and truly care for the well-being of our clients and employees.

 

About the Position:

 The Field Supervisor is assigned a territory and generally works closely with the Care Coordinators and reports to the Director of Client and Caregiver Services. The Field Supervisor is a liaison between the client and their family, caregiver, FCP Live-In operations and outside agencies such as, but not limited to visiting nurse services and primary care physicians, to ensure an open line of communication at all times. The Field Supervisor will be responsible addressing situations that may arise, including change in condition, caregiver issues, billing issues, transportation concerns, to ensure the continuity of clients' care.

 Why Choose FCP Live In:

We believe great care begins by taking care of our employees. So we will reward you with competitive pay and benefits, paid training, continuous educational and development opportunities and our unique culture of support. In addition, you will have:

  • Successful clearance of health screens as required by state regulations
  • Successful clearance of state and company background and reference checks
  • Have flexible availability with the willingness to work throughout Northern Maine
  • Are dedicated, reliable, patient and sensitive to the needs of the elderly
  • Are able to work independently
  • Have reliable transportation
  • Are an effective communicator with clients, families, team members and other stakeholders
  • Have great documentation skills

Come join our team of dedicated and caring professionals. 

Apply Today!  Please send resume to: Andrea Maroto, Regional Sales Manager

 

 

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Live-in Caregivers in Maine - CNA, HHA, PCA, LPN

 

Experience - One Year

Job Location - Maine

Position Type - Home Heath Care

Salary Range - $46,000.00 - $51,000.00

 

WE ARE HIRING! GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR HOME HEALTH/MEDICAL FIELD PROFESSIONALS WHO DO NOT WANT TO WORK IN A MEDICAL SETTING. WE ARE OFFERING CASES IN ONE LOCATION (HOME SETTING) WITH ONE CLIENT.

 Are you a CNA, HHA, PCA, LPN or Direct Support Professional looking for a job that makes a difference? Are you compassionate, caring, dedicated and have experience working with the elderly? Are you interested in earning up to $1,000* per week, for your hard work?

FCP Live-In is hiring for Live-In Caregiver positions. We have both short-term and long-term assignments available throughout New England (Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont).

About the Position:

Live-In Caregivers perform personal care activities that assist the client with activities of daily living which include (but are not limited to):

  • Personal hygiene, bathing, dressing, assisting to bathroom or in using bedpan, grooming, care of mouth, skin, nails and hair
  • Ambulation assistance and help with prescribed range of motion exercises
  • Medication oversight and reminders
  • Companionship, socializing with the client, purposeful engagement, facilitating wellness activities, community involvement
  • Cooking, meal and snack preparation, measuring and preparing special diets
  • Shopping (grocery, household, other) and running errands
  • Transport to and from appointments, shopping and/or other activities
  • Perform homemaking activities including (but may not be limited to) dusting, vacuuming, sweeping or mopping floors, cleaning of common areas including kitchen and bathrooms, washing dishes, doing laundry, changing bed
  • Dementia/Alzheimer’s Care
  • Hospice Care

 About the Company:

FCP Live-In has been an industry leader in home health care for over two decades and specializes in Live-In care. FCP’s Live-In Caregiver approach has been built on the foundation that “there’s no place like home”, especially as people age. Home is where we build our families, make precious memories and keep our most cherished possessions and pets. By providing continuing care to clients in their homes, our outstanding services maximize our clients’ ability to maintain their independence as long as possible and minimize the effects of illness, accident or disability. We maintain the highest quality standards in the health care industry, and truly care for the well-being of our clients and employees.

Why Choose FCP:

We believe great care begins by taking care of our employees. So we’ll reward you with competitive pay and benefits, paid training, continuous educational and development opportunities and our unique culture of support. In addition, you will:

  • Earn up to $1,000* weekly
  • Room and board included while on a case
  • Be eligible to participate in company benefits
  • Get free transportation to and from cases
  • Be paid a holiday differential
  • Have flexible scheduled time off
  • Be eligible for performance bonuses
  • Have on call 24/7 support
  • Join an awesome team of like-minded people

  

Why FCP Will Choose You:

  • You are a CNA, HHA, PCA, LPN or Direct Support Professional and have experience working with the elderly
  • Successful clearance of health screens as required by state regulations
  • Successful clearance of state and company background and reference checks
  • Have flexible availability with the willingness to work throughout New England
  • Are dedicated, reliable, patient and sensitive to the needs of the elderly
  • Are able to work independently
  • Are an effective communicator with clients, families, team members and other stakeholders
  • Have great documentation skills

Come join our team of dedicated and caring professionals. Apply Today!

*slight variations based on state worked

APPLY TODAY!

Contact: Andrea Maroto  

 

POSITION SUMMARY:   This position is responsible for proactively serving new and existing Investment and Trust client needs through the administration and management of investment and trust programs; maintaining a book of client business ensuring the fiduciary standard is followed; developing new trust business and cross-selling bank products/services; and for supporting bank products and services.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:                                                                                                  

Trust and Investment account administration:  Provide account management to investment and trust clients.  Meet with clients regularly to determine their objectives, respond to questions, assist in problem resolution, offer proactive advice and recommendations and ensure consistent client satisfaction.  Act as liaison between clients and other Investment and Trust Department and Bank personnel as necessary to address account issues and respond to questions.

Discuss new opportunities or customer problems with the other team members; make recommendations for follow-up action as appropriate.  Assist clients with a variety of personal and financial needs, including estate planning and financial planning.

Monitor the status of an assigned group of accounts.  Review account activity and take action as appropriate (e.g., overdrafts, cash needs, exception memos, etc.).  Facilitate the payment of bills for trust and agency accounts in coordination with the Trust Administrator.   Complete annual account reviews. Work with the trust investment team (FCI) as necessary to ensure that client objectives are met.  Ensure that all reports and documentation are complete and up-to-date. 

Maintain assigned book of business and files to ensure compliance with departmental policies and procedures and applicable state laws.

Trust client relations:  Provide prompt, efficient, and accurate service in processing all customer requests.  Respond to client inquiries and resolve client problems as appropriate. If client issues encountered are beyond the scope of the incumbent’s knowledge base or authority, the assistance and inclusion of the Trust Department Manager in the problem/issue resolution process is required.

Fiduciary and personal income trust tax coordination:  Ensure all aspects of personal and trust tax reporting is completed for assigned clients to ensure timely and accurate filing of all tax information. 

Trust servicing liaison:  Work with the Bank’s trust operations servicing vendors to ensure high quality, accurate and timely client service.  Work with Trust Investment Team (FCI) and Trust Administrator as necessary to respond to client needs.

Business development/cross-selling Bank services:  Maintain and establish contact with potential clients through bank referrals and other community contacts within the Bank's market area through direct calls, business organization gatherings and other functions, to actively solicit new business.  Keep current on the Bank’s retail offerings.  Inform prospects and clients of any new products and services offered through the Bank.

Financial planning: Work with department Certified Financial Planner (CFP) to prepare and present financial planning services to clients and prospects as appropriate.

Administrative support:    Prepare Request for Proposals (RFPs), Act as back up to the Trust Administrator responsibilities.

Comply with all Federal and State banking and trust regulations and all Bank and department policies and procedures.

Meet or exceed objectives and standards for Trust Relationship Manager performance.

Support Bank products/services:  Maintain knowledge of current Bank products and services.  Actively utilize as many Bank products and services as possible in order to fully understand their features and benefits and to be able to communicate effectively with customers and prospective customers.

Community/public relations:  Actively participate in community organizations and events.  Represent the Bank in the community.                                                                         

Other duties: Demonstrate reliable attendance and punctuality. Handle telephone inquiries and provide information to vendors and other departments in a professional and courteous manner.   Attend and participate in Bank meetings.  Attend internal and external training to improve skills and knowledge relevant to the trust assistant position.

Understand and fully comply with Kennebec Savings Bank’s Core Values.

Perform other duties as required.

POSITIONS REPORTING TO THIS POSITION:

  • None

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • 3 plus years demonstrating progressively more responsibility and experience in Investment Management or Trust administration.
  • Familiarity with investments through education and or experience.
  • Financial planning experience desirable.
  • Bachelor of Science with focus on finance or business preferred.
  • Must be able to deal with people in a confidential, supportive and professional manner in person via email and by telephone.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be able to read and work with computer printout reports.
  • Must be able to spend extended periods working at a computer.
  • Must be able use the telephone to converse with customers; must be able to communicate clearly by telephone; must have good listening ability and skills.
  • Must have strong written communications skills, including letter-writing ability.
  • Must be able to prioritize and organize workflow; must have good attention to detail; must be able to handle multiple jobs.
  • Must have the ability to think through a problem, following proper steps in finding resolution.
  • Must have a high degree of ethics and maintain confidentiality of customers and accounts.
  • Must be friendly, courteous and sensitive to the needs of customers and coworkers.

POSITION SUMMARY: This position is responsible for  ensuring the stability and integrity of the in-house network infrastructure including wired and Wi-Fi components; for planning, developing, installing, configuring, maintaining, supporting, and optimizing all network infrastructure, software, and communication links; and for supporting Bank products and services.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:        

  • Configures and maintains network hardware and software, including routers, switches, firewalls, wireless access points, and other network peripherals as needed.
  • Analyzes design and performance of entire network and makes required changes to design of network architecture to meet the needs of the business.
  • Optimize performance of all network equipment.
  • Manages and maintain point to point VPNs, site-to-site connectivity, and Internet connectivity.
  • Manages LAN and WAN infrastructure, static and dynamic routing, and other network technologies including VoIP, VPNs, VLANs, QoS, NAT, and BGP.
  • Evaluates network equipment requirements and capabilities and makes recommendations.
  • Maintains an accurate inventory of all network equipment and static IP information.
  • Manage firmware and software updates for all network equipment.
  • Conducts network traffic capture and analysis as needed.
  • Restore network services after system failures including troubleshooting root cause and taking corrective actions.
  • Establishes network access and security controls.
  • Monitors and maintains network stability, collects and analyzes network and memory utilization, and installs and tests software upgrades.
  • Backup network device configurations.
  • Coordinates third-party maintenance for network hardware, software, and telecommunications services.

 Other Duties: 

  • Conduct research on network products, services, protocols, and standards to remain abreast of developments in the networking industry.
  • Keep apprised of trends and developments in Information Security, particularly relative to financial services.
  • Prepares and maintains documentation of network configurations and structured cabling layouts.
  • Develops, maintains, and tests disaster recovery plans.
  • Coordinates with Network Systems Supervisor and other department managers to understand and meet business requirements.
  • Provides support to and trains users in local area network administration and usage as needed.
  • Comply with all Bank policies and procedures and all applicable state and federal banking regulations.
  • Assists the Information Technology Manager and Technology Officer with various technology tasks or special projects as assigned.
  • Demonstrate reliable attendance and punctuality.
  • Work at other Bank branches as needed for customer service, operational, or training purposes.
  • Attend and participate in Bank meetings.
  • Attend internal and external training to improve skills and knowledge relevant to the network administrator position.
  • Understand and fully comply with Kennebec Savings Bank’s Core Values.

Support Bank products/services:  Maintain knowledge of current KSB products and services.  Actively utilize as many Bank products and services as possible in order to fully understand their features and benefits and to be able to communicate effectively with customers and prospective customers.

Talk to customers and listen for “cues and clues” to determine needs; respond to customer inquiries and evaluate their needs; suggest Bank products/services to customers to meet their needs; make referrals to other Bank personnel as appropriate. 

Community/public relations:  Actively participate in community organizations and events.  Represent the Bank in the community.

Other outside activities:  Actively participate in industry trade group meetings and educational programs to remain abreast of current issues and requirements affecting Bank operations and job performance.

POSITIONS REPORTING TO THIS POSITION:

  • None

 EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Bachelor's degree, with a concentration in Computer Science or Information Technology and/or equivalent work experience.
  • Certifications and/or knowledge preferred: CompTIA Network+, Palo Alto CNSE or ACE, SonicWall SNA; or 5 or more years' progressively more responsible experience with LAN, WAN, network security, Palo Alto, SonicWall, SilverPeak, HP and Meraki branded equipment.
  • Working technical knowledge of current network hardware, protocols, and Internet standards to include NAT, DNS, BGP, MPLS, IPSEC and VPN technologies.
  • Experience with TCP/IP network protocol and sub netting.

 OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must possess a valid driver’s license, the use of a serviceable automobile that is properly registered and proper liability automobile insurance as required by state law.
  • Must be available for on-call/pager support and after-hours support, project and maintenance work.
  • Must have strong written communications skills, including letter and report-writing ability.
  • Must have ability to present ideas in user-friendly language.
  • Must be able to lift boxes of computer supplies of approximately 40 pounds.
  • Must be able to stand or sit for extended periods of time.
  • Must be able to spend extended periods of time operating a computer keyboard and working at a computer monitor.
  • Must be able to communicate clearly by telephone and have good listening ability and skills.
  • Must have strong analytical and critical thinking skills; must have ability to conduct research into networking issues and products as required.
  • Must be able to prioritize and organize workflow; must have good attention to detail; must be able to handle multiple jobs.
  • Must have a high degree of ethics and maintain confidentiality of customers and accounts.
  • Must be friendly, courteous and sensitive to the needs of customers and coworkers.

Summer Dates 2021: June 27 - August 14

The YMCA Camp of Maine in Winthrop, Maine is seeking RN(s) who wish to spend part of their summer working at a classic Maine summer camp on the shore of Lake Cobbosseecontee. For a stipend, room and board, plus camp fees for your own camp age children. Ideally, our Health Care Providers live at camp and work for a minimum of a two-week session. We are willing and able to work with you to accommodate schedules. The camp is 11 miles from Maine General Medical Center. RNs, NPs and New Grads are all welcomed to apply online on our website. The Full Job Description is available upon request.

MaineGeneral Health is actively seeking a dedicated and driven public and community health professional to join our team as Director of Community Health.

The Director of Community Health leads a high-performing team that provides a wide range of evidence-based programming focused on the prevention of disease, reduction of harm, and the adoption of health behaviors. Programs include national diabetes education program; health education programs focusing on health cooking, mind and body, and physical movement; harm reduction and opioid use services; and addressing food insecurity.

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Heroes work here! MaineGeneral Health is offering an exciting opportunity to work in our state of the art laboratory as a Laboratory Assistant/Phlebotomist. This role will be great for someone that has a passion for Phlebotomy and enjoys being part of a team that is dedicated to providing great care to our patients. This is a fast-paced environment where 1.1 million specimens are processed annually. Lab Assistants perform routine and specialized blood drawing from patients to obtain specimens for use in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. An ideal candidate will be proficient in phlebotomy or recently completed a phlebotomy course, have knowledge of specimen requirements and handling, and has great customer service skills.

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