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  • Stat Typist & Proof ReaderSaxBST(Northern, New Jersey)

    Stat Typist and Proof Reader Company Description: To succeed in today’s fast-paced business environment, our clients tell us that they appreciate the way we deliver our services and value-add that comes along with them. By thinking differently and looking beyond the numbers, we are able to provide actionable business advice – advice that allows businesses to save money, make the most of resources ...
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    Posted Fri 20th March

  • Registered Nurse, PsychiatricMD Consulting LLC(Fairfax/Manassas/Reston, Virginia)

    MD Consulting, LLC, a government contractor, is seeking a full-time qualified, Registered Psychiatric Nurse to perform services on the client site in Ft. Belvoir, VA. Work will be performed at Ft. Belvoir Community Hospital, Child Psychiatry and Adolescent Services. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Responsible for all nursing assessments on all Child Psychiatry and Adolescent Services new admissions, to include ...
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    Posted Tue 17th March

  • PEBLO AssistantChickasaw Nation Industries(Santa Fe, New Mexico)

    The Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Officer (PEBLO) Assistant serves as an administrative assistant for the PEBLO in the Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) program, Disability Evaluation System (DES), Temporary Disability Retirement Listings (TDRL) and TRICARE Operations Patient Administration service. Performs various clerical and administrative duties such as initiation and processing of health ca...
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    Posted Wed 18th March

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The various government departments oversee the country, states and local regions they represent. The public agencies involved in the federal, state and local governments make polices, create and enforce laws, provides defense of its citizens, and oversee programs designed to benefit the majority. As the government is a necessary part of our society, employment will increase as programs increase. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment in the federal government is supposed to increase 1.6% through 2014, while state and local governments will increase as much as 11.3% over the same period. (This information applies to civilian employment only.)

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