South San Francisco, CA May 11, 2016
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Fineline Metals Inc. – Brisbane, CA Skilled Laborer
We are looking for highly motivated skilled laborers to help with our architectural metal projects.
Best candidates would already have some welding or fabrication experience. This could be a great foot in the door for skilled, motivated people. We have lots a room for advancement if your skills speak for there self. Must have basic hand tool and some construction related experience.Must be drug free and have a clean DMV.
Please send resume.
Required experience: 1: 1 year
Required license or certification:Clean DMV
Required education: High school or equivalent
Antech Diagnostics South San Francisco, CA Entry Level Lab Aide $11 – $12 an hour
Professional and Educational Requirements: Job Description Antech Diagnostics provides sophisticated testing and consulting services used by veterinarians in the detection, diagnosis, evaluation, monitoring, treatment, and prevention of diseases and other conditions affecting animals.
With the only nationwide veterinary laboratory network serving all 50 states, we provide diagnostic testing for an estimated 17,000 clients, which include standard animal hospitals, large animal practices, universities, and other government organizations. Our diagnostic spectrum includes over 300 different tests in the areas of chemistry, pathology, endocrinology, serology, hematology, and microbiology, as well as tests specific to particular diseases. We do not conduct experiments on animals.
Antech Diagnostics is a stable, growing company with excellent advancement opportunities. Standard medical, dental and vision benefits, plus 401(k) plan and employee pet health benefits available, too!
We are seeking a Full Time/entry level Lab Aide for our lab in South San Francisco, Ca.
New graduates with a Science related degree encouraged to apply!!
$11.00 – $12.00 Per Hour
Duties will include:
Loading specimens onto lab instruments
Prepare specimens for shipment to other labs
Maintenance on lab instruments
Adhere to all QA protocols
Other duties as assigned
Primary Responsibilities: Job Requirements
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Good Communication Skills
Good PC skills
6 months prior lab experience preferred, but not required
Clinical Laboratory Quality Assurance Manager County of San Mateo $51.78 – $64.73 an hour
The San Mateo Medical Center is seeking an experienced Clinical Laboratory Quality Assurance Manager – Limited Term for the Laboratory.
Under general direction of the Laboratory Director, the Clinical Laboratory Quality Assurance Manager – Limited Term, will develop, implement and/or maintain quality assurance/improvement and control programs for a medical, public or forensic laboratory or a medical hospital and clinics; and develop and maintain policies and procedures that meet current laws, rules and regulations. The Clinical Laboratory Quality Assurance Manager – Limited Term will also exercise direct and indirect supervision over lower level supervisory, professional, technical and clerical employees.
The ideal candidate will:
possess a Bachelor’s degree in related science and Master’s degree
have five years supervisory experience in a clinical laboratory setting
possess United States National Accreditation Agency preferred – ASCP, NAACLS
NOTE: The current vacancy is a Term position. Limited Term Employees are assigned to 3-year assignments. They receive medical and dental benefits, similar to regular employees, and a defined contribution retirement plan.
Examples Of Duties:
Duties include but are not limited to:
Assess quality assurance/improvement (QA/QI) needs and trends for San Mateo Medical Center by reviewing current practices, and gathering, compiling and evaluating data related to employees, services, problems reported, and patient feedback.
Assist in monitoring and compiling reports on compliance with federal, state and Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO) standards.
Plan/execute programs designed to enhance physician, nursing and support staff knowledge of quality improvement.
Participate in or chair and coordinate hospital, agency, or departmental committees related to quality improvement and/or safety/risk management.
Prepare quality assessment/improvement reports, surveys, and written responses for hospital administration, medical staff, regulatory agencies, and others.
Assist County Counsel and County Risk Management with claims and litigations.
Collaborate with department managers and medical staff leadership to develop and maintain annual quality improvement plans.
Select, train, supervise, coordinate and evaluate the work of subordinate professional and clerical staff.
Act as liaison with managers throughout San Mateo Medical Center, other Health System divisions, regulatory agencies, relevant professional associations, County Counsel, and other county agencies.
Perform related duties as assigned.
Principles, practices and requirements of area of specialty.
Federal, State and local laws and regulations applicable to assigned area of responsibility.
Principles of personnel training, supervision and evaluation.
Basic principles and practices of County-wide operations and its administration and organization.
Principles and practices of clinical systems, safety/risk management, infection control, and quality assessment/improvement in an acute care hospital setting.
Current trends, issues, and research in treatment, prevention, and education, as they relate to QA/QI in a large medical services system.
Program management in the acute care hospital, long term care and ambulatory settings, including planning, implementation, evaluation, and reporting as required by laws, codes and regulations.
County, state, and federal legislation applicable to contemporary acute care hospital, long term care and ambulatory operations and patient care issues; resources for researching legislative issues.
Organization and functioning of an acute care hospital; organizational, personnel, and fiscal management within a health care facility/agency.
Plan, assign, supervise, review and evaluate the work of others.
Effectively train staff in QA/QI principles and practices.
Speak effectively before groups or in court as an expert.
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Work cooperatively with other County departments, public and private organizations.
Develop and analyze data and maintain accurate records.
Prepare clear, concise reports.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of quality assurance trends/practices, risk management and current legislation.
Organize, direct, coordinate and evaluate long-term care, acute psychiatric, acute medical/surgical and ambulatory services to ensure quality patient care and conformity with prescribed laws, regulations, and standards.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of quality assurance trends/practices, risk management and current legislation;
Education and Experience:
Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to qualify is: Hospital Option: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree or higher, and at least one year of experience managing QA/QI activities in an integrated health system.
Anyone may apply. This is a continuous recruitment which may close at any time. The final filing date will be posted five days in advance on this job announcement.
If you are interested in being considered, please electronically submit your Resume and a Cover Letter with interest to Susan Starnes, Laboratory Director, San Mateo Medical Center, by Email: SStarnes@smcgov.org .
NOTE: Applications are NOT accepted online . Materials sent via regular mail and/or fax will not be accepted. Submittals that do not include a resume and cover letter will not be considered.
Apply immediately. This recruitment is open on a continuous basis and selections may be made at any time within the process.
San Mateo County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Health Educator Daly City Youth Health Center – Daly City, CA $15.07 – $17.47 an hour – Part-time
TITLE: Health Educator
ORGANIZATION : Daly City Youth Health Center
REPORTS TO: Senior Program Manager
HOURS: 25 hours/week for 11 months August 2015-June 2016, Monday-Friday 8:00am-1pm and occasional evening and weekend hours required
Introduction: The Daly City Youth Health Center is a collaborative program of the Jefferson Union High School District (JUHSD) and the San Mateo Medical Center. The Health Center provides free comprehensive, integrated, school-linked health and education services to adolescents and young adults 12-24 to enable them to become healthy, responsible and productive adults. Services include primary medical care, mental health counseling, health education, and vocational counseling for adolescents.
Description: Under the direction of the Senior Program Manager, the Health Educator provides outreach, sexual health education, clinical services linkage and referrals to teens and their families as outlined by current and relevant grants. These services are for teens attending the schools in the Jefferson Union High School District (JUHSD), other local schools and service sites who are at risk for pregnancy, absentee fatherhood, and sexually transmitted infections.
Provide information on pregnancy and STI/HIV prevention methods at schools and other service sites
Refer teens at schools and other service sites to clinical services and other resources
Implement 10 hour sexual health education curriculum to JUHSD classrooms
Communicate and collaborate with JUHSD school teachers, community organizations and DCYHC staff
Give presentations about the programs and its activities in the schools and community
Document completely and accurately all presentations and activities, for tracking and evaluation purposes
Regularly evaluate and update curriculum material
Assist with peer health education program as needed
Adhere to guidelines and organizational policies and procedures
Collect and evaluate demographic data from all health classes in the JUHSD
Attend monthly staff meetings
B.A or B.S in Health Education, Psychology, Social Work, Human Sexuality, Education or related field or at least 5 years of experience providing community and/or street outreach and health education in communities with diverse cultural backgrounds
Experience providing health education in school settings and/or community health centers
Experience working with at-risk adolescents of all ethnic backgrounds in school settings or in agencies providing similar services
Passionate about the Health Center’s mission
Well-organized and efficient
Experience with classroom management
Flexible and team oriented
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Demonstrate sound judgment and professionalism
Must have vehicle and valid CA Driver’s License
Knowledge of STI/HIV, teen pregnancy, sexual health and educational issues is a plus
Ability to work well with people in a variety of work settings
Salary/ Benefits: This is a grant-funded, benefitted, 11 month, Range C JUHSD position; starting range $15.07-$17.47 depending on experience. Length of employment/hours available is dependent on secured grant funding. Bilingual stipend provided at an additional $.63/hr for Spanish or Tagalog. Mileage reimbursement is also available. TO APPLY: Send resumes and cover letters to Fawnda Nguyen by May 25, 2016. For more info about the Health Center visit www.dalycityyouth.org
Job Type: Part-time Required experience: Health Education with diverse populations especially within school settings: 5 years