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- (720) 726-5126
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Duties and Responsibilities
Assist with store operations and opening & closing procedures during hours of operation
Adhere to all company-wide policies, process, procedures, and requirements
Maintain a clean, sanitary, and organized work environment
Assist patients with understanding “care-giving” benefits and add patients as necessary
Work with marketing team to increase sales and patient volumes
Secure and organize all patient files and provide weekly updates of patient volume, new patients, repeat patients, weekly sales volume, and percent sales volume of new vs. repeat patients, etc.
Comply with company cash handling polices and perform daily cash management responsibilities and compliance reporting per company policy
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Manage medical and retail sales and patient database, including weekly summaries of metrics
Verify the receipt of medical and retail supplies, equipment, and other resources
Maintain a culture of high-quality customer service and patient communication
Execute customer service and quality surveys as assigned by management
Daily compliance with medical and retail policies, including but not limited to the following: state/local regulation compliance, security protocols, access protocols, inventory tracking, dress code, and work schedules
Comply with all HR policies, including confidentiality and non-disclosure
Assist with facility maintenance and troubleshooting as necessary including phone, utilities, technology, maintenance, repairs, stock and supplies
Contribute to team environment and company advancement in alignment with the strategic direction set by management
Notify Manager about any customer or product concerns/complains
Notify Manager about any operational (security, plumbing, HVAC, computers, etc.) issues
Must already possess or be able to qualify to receive a Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) support badge and 21 years of age or older
Colorado residency, no felony convictions, and must successfully pass an extensive background check
Must have reliable transportation
Possess working knowledge of medical and/or retail marijuana
Knowledge of local and state laws and regulations pertaining to medical and/or retail marijuana
Reporting and information management, process management, team problem solving, and inventory control skills, knowledge of medical and/or retail marijuana policy and law, and experience with Microsoft Office
Excellent problem solving, communication, and organizational skills; anticipatory thinking and ability to forecast; calculating, multi-tasking, attention to details, conflict resolution, teamwork, and professionalism, accountability, and proactive active behavior
High School Diploma or GED equivalent required. Notary services required
Experience in Retail or Customer Service desirable but not required
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Excel Data Entry Clerk - Louisville, CO
- 333 Centennial Parkway Suite A Louisville
- (303) 666-8466
- Servtech is seeking a data entry person to assist us with our daily entries of data into job costing, labor, purchase orders, and other functions.
Candidates will require a working knowledge of Excel, and excellent attention to detail.
Our work environment is very collaborative, and you will need the ability to work well with others. And this position requires the wearing of a few different hats and working with a number of our departments.
Our firm provides competitive compensation, health insurance, Health Savings account, 401 K profit sharing, paid vacation, paid holidays, and educational reimbursement.
Come join our growing company and make a difference.
Job Type: Full-time
data entry: 1 year (Preferred)
United States (Preferred)
Paid time off
Healthcare spending or reimbursement accounts such as HSAs or FSAs
Retirement benefits or accounts
Education assistance or tuition reimbursement
Coffee Bar Juice Bar Super Awesome Human Yay!
- 1651 Broadway
- “The Mission of Alfalfa’s is based upon having employees as wonderful as our products and the communities we serve. We are here to offer clean, local, and organic choices, for all different aspects of life, in order to guide our guests toward the healthy, happy life they desire. Now, come join us as we seek to grow the Front Range’s only locally and independently owned full-service market and experience what it’s like being apart of a positive, proactive, and progressive culture.”
Title: Caffeine Slingin’, Smoothie Swingin’, Juice Flingin’ Professional
Salary Range: $12.00 - $15.58
Have you come to a point in your life where you’ve finally accepted a strangely high attraction toward liquids? In the same sense, do you believe that the general idea of “the cup” is one of humankind’s greatest achievements? If your first thoughts were “yes, absolutely”, “sort of but I was raised to repress these kinds of feelings”, or “goll darnit, I’d rather be making a smoothie than reading this non-sense”, you may just be perfect for the job!
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Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
1. Preferred experience in an established, high-paced, non-automated equipment coffee bar and juice bar environment.
2. Desire to work with coffees, teas, fresh and frozen juices and vegetables, dairy products and other food and beverage products.
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4. Proven ability in the art of espresso extraction and milk steaming, knowledge of common espresso drinks and both common and exotic espresso drink preparations.
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Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills of personnel described.
Brand: Alfalfa's Market
Address: 1651 Broadway Boulder, CO - 80302
Property Description: Boulder, CO 80302
Property Number: 1
- JOB SUMMARY- MUST HAVE ONESITE EXPERIENCE
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CUSTOMER SERVICE RESPONSIBILITIES:
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- <strong><a href="http://jobs.battelle.org/ShowJob/Id/1826900/Aquatic%20Biogeochemist">Apply On Company Site</a></strong>
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Our 22,000 employees work at the forefront of scientific innovation to tackle critical challenges in security, human health, manufacturing, energy and environmental management. Battelle’s work is grounded in the belief that science, technology and a passion for excellence can make industries more competitive and the world a better place.
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The above statements are intended to describe the nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, activities and skills required of staff members. No statement herein is intended to imply any authorities to commit Battelle unless special written permission is granted by Battelle's Legal Department.
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- <strong><a href="https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=43764&clientkey=F966D043D20D1BF15F5CC4C59A8F3F05">Apply On Company Site</a></strong>
United Urology is the premier urology practice in the country, offering the most state-of-the-art urology care available nationwide. Composed of 120 of the nation’s top urologists, United Urology features the convenience of 50 office locations in Maryland, Tennessee, Colorado and Delaware. In addition, 19 of these locations contain ambulatory surgery centers, staffed by board-certified anesthesiologists. Our physicians, together with our specialty-trained nurses, technicians and highly-dedicated patient care staff, are committed to providing adult patients with outstanding urologic care, personalized for each patient.
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Coordinates the daily and long term strategic operations and scheduling of staff through close interaction with Regional Director of Operation, Chief Operating Officer, and Physicians.
Assist in developing, implementing, and revising policies and procedures to assure that everyone within their office adheres to the high standards of patient care expected.
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Conduct regular staff meetings to communicate new ideas, resolve problems, obtain feedback and maintain the overall effectiveness of the staff.
Responds to doctor, patient and employee grievances, complaints, and inquiries and seeks assistance when necessary.
Keywords: site manager, practice manager, office manager, manager, management
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Associates Degree or commensurate experience.
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Proficient knowledge of Medical Terminology.
Superior leadership, problem solving, team building, and decision making skills.
Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.
Proficient computer software and database skills.
Strong math and analytical skills.
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