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Building a Resilience Advantage in Healthcare

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Consolidation in the healthcare industry highlights the ways companies continue to place large bets even amid the continual disruption and uncertainty surrounding the insurance market. Insurers who wish to thrive in the emerging era must understanding future money flows and sources of value, which include creating medical value, winning consumer trust, and enabling new business models. Next, they must identify viable business models, which may involve different levels of integration–i.e. insurers getting more involved in pharmacy benefits management. Finally, they must development develop resilient strategies by investing in some no-regret moves that are likely to pay off in a range of scenarios and by placing some offensive bets.
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Auto Relationship Representative in VT, VA, SC, NY, CT and GA

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Auto Relationship Representative


At ACV Auctions, you have the opportunity to be a part of the fast-growing automotive technology company. Our team is pioneering new technology and end to end service for the automotive industry. We are committed to making ACV Auctions a leader in the automotive wholesale industry. ACV is positioned to re-engineer the way the automobile industry buys and sells used vehicles. Our employees benefit from a relaxed yet intense entrepreneurial work environment with the chance to be part of a ground floor opportunity having an impact on the company’s results from day one and grow as ACV Auctions does.

Who we are looking for
ACV Auctions is looking for an enthusiastic Auto Relationship Representative who has a knack for cars and wants an opportunity to join a growing company.  Our Auto Relationship Representatives  are the face of our company.  They know a ton about cars, and love to talk about them – explaining to our clients what they need to know in a way they can understand. They have boundless energy and work tirelessly to ensure our clients get nothing but the best. Our inspectors are meticulous. Nothing gets by them.  At AVC Auctions we pride ourselves on Trust, Transparency and Credibility and our Auto Relationship Representatives deliver this to our customers every day.

What you will do
• Conducts inspections of vehicles to detect damage, missing parts and mechanical problems;
• Prepare and submit report of vehicle condition, repair/replacement cost estimates and related documentation.
• Document vehicle condition by completing an electronic condition report
• Maintain knowledge of system capabilities, knowledge of needed/job-relevant software packages, and web-based applications.
• Take multiple, overall, and damage photos, matches them to vehicle, and download them to the image server.

What you will need
• High School Diploma or equivalent required
• 1 – 3 years of experience in the automobile field (i.e., inspections, body/mechanic shop, etc.) strongly preferred.
• Basic Inspections (Electronic Condition Report), Vehicle Grading, Repair Recommendations & Frame Merit Certifications required.
• Body, paint and mechanical repair knowledge.
• Valid driver’s license and safe driving record required.
•  No previous DUI/DWI/DWAI and no restrictions for driving commercial vehicle
• Reliable transportation to travel to client sites and to and from home office
• Good communication and interpersonal skills required.
• Strong technical aptitude.
• Ability to stand, walk, or sit for prolonged periods of time.
• Ability to bend, stoop, squat or kneel.
• Ability to lift and hold at least 10 lbs at waist level for an extended period of time.
• Ability to lift up to 30 lbs.
• Vision abilities required include close, distance and color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

Training
Training is provided. One week at ACV Auctions HQ in Buffalo, New York, along with on the field training. This includes transportation and accommodation, along with a team dinner to meet other colleagues.

What we will offer
• Competitive salary and benefits
• Upbeat Innovated Culture
• Professional training opportunities
• Flexible schedules

Come and Join Our Team – https://acvauctions.com/careers
We are a proven team of seasoned entrepreneurs & automotive professionals, working together to revolutionize the way 20 million wholesale vehicles are bought and sold each year. We are a diverse and innovative team united in a single mission—to build the best company.

Please apply online at the following links
Rutland, VT: https://acvauctions.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=220
Roanoke, VA: https://acvauctions.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=198
Leesburg, VA:  https://acvauctions.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=202
Greenville, SC:  https://acvauctions.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=136
Buffalo, NY: https://acvauctions.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=219
Bridgeport, CT: https://acvauctions.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=225
Athens, GA: https://acvauctions.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=183

ACV Auctions is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Auto Relationship Representative
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Electrician Lights the Path to Apprenticeship

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Ronald Hopkins (left) and Stephen Humphrey credit apprenticeship with their successful careers.
Ronald Hopkins (left) and Stephen Humphrey credit apprenticeship with their successful careers.

For Ronald Hopkins, apprenticeship has meant a successful career and lifelong friendships. After decades as an electrician, he loves to encourage new apprentices and challenge their expectations.

“There’s more to this profession than what you see on TV,” he says.

In observance of National Apprenticeship Week in November, the Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) hosted a group of current, former, and prospective apprentices in Fort Worth, Texas, and Ronald was there to share his insight. IEC has a national four-year apprenticeship program that requires at least 144 hours of classroom training and 2,000 hours of on-the-job training per year.

Ronald understands the rigors of the program as both a graduate and a current superintendent who consults on the program’s curriculum. He has experienced all the ups and downs in the industry as technology and safety standards have evolved.

Ronald started his apprenticeship in 1982 after relocating to Texas from Las Vegas. As a third generation electrician he understood the value of the program and the career opportunities that would follow. After completing the program with IEC, Ronald became licensed. From his first job more than 30 years ago, Ronald recalls a sense of satisfaction in a job well done.

“When we turn on the power for the first time and everything goes according to plan it’s very exhilarating,” he says.

Today he works as a superintendent, a position he’s held for more than 20 years. He touts continuing education as one of the keys to his success and one of the many reasons he remains involved in growing IEC’s apprenticeship efforts.

His professional success has had benefits for his family as well, as Ronald has been able to provide a comfortable quality of life and opportunities to travel. And he’s made lifelong friendships. Ronald and Stephen Humphrey met in the apprenticeship program and have maintained a working relationship throughout the years, even when their careers led them to different companies. Both contribute to the apprenticeship program at IEC by sharing their experiences and helping to develop the curriculum.

“I would not be where I am today without the apprenticeship program,” said Ronald. “Through the program you get a lot of chances to network. It’s why I have never been without a job.”

To learn more about exploring apprenticeship opportunities, or how apprenticeship can work for your business, visit dol.gov/apprenticeship.

Chauntra Rideaux is a public affairs officer for the U.S. Department of Labor.

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Military-Civilian testimonial 11/3/17

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PART TIME PERSONAL ASSISTANT WORK FROM HOME, MILITARY SPOUSE’S POSITION
Dear Lucy Jensen,
I was at the Vet Center in the Bronx. While at the facility Damien Guzman told me about this position and asked me if I am interested to contact you and email you my resume. 
I have attached my resume. I am currently working full time at a law firm so if you contact me you may leave me a voicemail and I will call you back at my earliest convenience.  
Thanks in advance,

NICOLE G
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Save the Date – TexVet 2018 Symposium February 2018

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We’re doing it again – TexVet will host its third research symposium in Round Rock on February 22, 2018.  Make your plans to attend this one-day event where research and evidence will communicate directly with you – the people on the ground delivering services to our Veterans.  We’ll provide the food and the experts – bring your interest and business cards and we’ll come together in the Texas A&M University Health Scienc Center’s state of art venue in Round Rock.  More to follow – start watching texvet.org/symposium2018 now and the Twitter hashtag #TexVet2018

Stay tuned for registration information and more!
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