Today's job postings from Career Opportunities - 03/30/17

Protective services case worker, associate integration specialist...

Today's job listings from Career Opportunities:

Interested in any of the jobs listed below? Contact Cathie at [email protected], unless otherwise noted.

Job #1 – Protective Services Case Worker – Mid Cape Full Time: The Protective Services Caseworker will assess and investigate reports of abuse and/or self-neglect. The caseworker is responsible for crisis intervention, advocacy and management of service delivery to resolve crisis issues and protect the safety and security needs of the elder within the parameters of the program. Specific Tasks include the following: Investigate elder abuse cases and self-neglect cases as assigned; Provide crisis intervention, advocacy and casework; Interview victims, alleged perpetrators and collateral contacts; Complete appropriate documentation and maintain client files as defined by the ASAP.

Job #2 Associate Integration Specialist – Upper Cape Full Time: Responsible for implementing recurring batch and real-time integrations for event registration systems. Examples include integrations with event housing (hotel reservation) systems, social media tools, and membership management systems such as iMIS and Personify. Work closely with Web Developers on implementing integrations into registration websites. Own integrations once they are rolled into production and maintain documentation and any operational enhancements or fixes. Minimum of 2 years of experience working with relational databases, MS SQL Server.2000-2008, Transact-SQL, and SQL Stored Procedures preferred XML, JSON, knowledge of web services (SOAP and REST) Web scripting languages (VBScript/ASP, and/or PHP) Front end web development skills (HTML, JavaScript, CSS) preferred MS Office with a focus on Excel and Access ETL experience with SSIS or other tool preferred.


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