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  • Project Manager - Custodial - USCGACw Resources(Southeast/New London, Connecticut)

    PLEASE PROVIDE RESUME AND SALARY REQUIREMENTS FOR CONSIDERATION Primary Duties: oversight of services project. Responsible for oversight of custodial project, employing more than 20 people working multiple shifts. MUST SUBMIT A COVER LETTER, RESUME, AND SALARY REQUIREMENTS TO BE CONSIDERED Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: Direct oversight of crew leaders Thorough knowle...
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    Posted Mon 18th August

  • Program Manager TherapySsi(Southeast/New London, Connecticut)

    As a Program Manager, you will: Ensure that the highest standard of rehabilitation services is provided and maintained by your staff. Interview, hire and supervise personnel and consultants providing service within facility or home care contracts. Assume responsibility for daily staffing and utilization with input from treating therapists, consideration of clinical requirements, and recommendation...
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    Posted Sat 23rd August

  • Program Manager (PT, OT, SLP) – SNFABC Recruiting(Southeast/New London, Connecticut)

    Program Management Job in Groton, CT Full Time Program Manager (PT, OT, SLP) – SNF Job# :33690 An excellent Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) is looking for a Program Manager to join their team. Candidate Requirements needed:2+ years of experience as a therapist and at least 2- 3 years of management experience in a SNF. The Program Manager/ Program Mgr is responsible for services such as: coordinatin...
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    Posted Fri 15th August

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