Supervise all processes related to the financial and operational functions within the Patient Financial Services (PFS) division to include all facets of PFS including both front and back end supervision.
This position contributes to the success of the Company by providing maintenance supervision in a manufacturing plant.Implements process enhancements to improve process enhancements to improve package and flavor changeover efficiency.
The incumbent is responsible for production activities for one or more production areas on one shift, but could cut across shifts, including planning, overseeing work assignments, performance coaching / counseling and serving as a resource for wage associates.
Conduct all risk property surveys on commercial property facilities including manufacturing and process industries such as woodworkers, pulp and paper mills, metalworkers, steel mills, aluminum mills, cement mills, plastic workers, rubber workers, electronic manufacturers, semiconductor and other large industrial facilities, as well as some non-manufacturing occupancies such as hospitals, universities, real estate, retail, etc.
The team is responsible for writing and executing test strategies, test plans, test schedules, test scripts, and test cases. The team is responsible for clearly documenting the results of their testing. The supervisor must understand the role of Software Quality Assurance within the SDLC and be able to guide compliance and effectiveness of the testing function.
Assures pre-analytic, analytic, and post-analytic process of patient testing are performed according to age, gender, and specimen acceptability criteria prior to releasing information for use in patient care and treatment.
Responsible for Creating Projects in Oracle PA ( Project Accounting ) for IT, Merchandise, and Fuel related projects and Uploading Projects from Project Forum to Oracle PA on a daily basis for New Stores ( Development ) and Facilities Maintenance.
Develop and document a keen understanding of various complex business transactions and the corresponding accounting implications by partnering with internal & external stakeholders, and consulting the relevant accounting guidance.
Plans, implements, coordinates and manages all mechanical operations, maintenance, communications, energy management, and manpower development programs for a facility, campus or portfolio of buildings.
Provide a fulfilling work environment that engages team and enables strong performance. Hire, train, coach, and evaluate associates. Provide regular encouragement and feedback, both formal and informal.
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in setting up, installing, repairing, and maintaining machinery and equipment, and in fabricating metal parts and tools. Also supervises workers engaged in maintaining and repairing physical structures of buildings.
The Electrical Maintenance Engineer has responsibility for overall Electrical Maintenance Operations at the Aiken manufacturing facility. He/she is responsible for all aspects of the electrical maintenance processes, and uses engineering skills to drive improvements in safety, productivity and quality, while reducing costs and assuring environmental compliance.