NEW HIRES Maine Health has announced eight new hires:Chelsea Donahue joined MaineHealth’s Accountable Care Organization as a customer service representative for its Behavioral HealthCare Program. Cori Holt joined MaineHealth’s From the First Tooth initiative as a program manager. Marie Villanucci joined its Access to Care department as an insurance coverage case manager. Kimberly Provencher was hired as a coverage team case manager for the Access to Care department. Kira Spears joined the Access to Care department as a MedAccess screening specialist. Sean Costigan joined MaineHealth’s Audit & Compliance Services as senior internal auditor. Jennifer Marcoux joined the Center for Health Improvement as a health educator. Paul Ridlon joined MaineHealth’s Accountable Care Organization as a business analyst. Baxter Academy for Technology and Science hired Angela Atkinson Duina as principal of faculty and instruction. Most recently, she served as director of … [Read more...] about Maine Health makes eight new hires
Q: I’m a new hire at a biotechnology firm. I recently heard through a co-worker that our boss finds me lacking in self-motivation. I can understand his concern, since I’m new and still undergoing training. Before I can actively participate in any research, I have to perfect the practice protocols to show I’m ready to perform them on actual patient samples. This leaves me with a little more down time at the office because I’m having to work around my teammates’ schedules, and work spaces are limited. What can I do to show that I’m excited to be working here, and how can I get my boss to not think of me as a slacker? A: You know the saying, “You never get a second chance to make a good first impression”? Well, your “first impression” train is about to pull out of the station while you’re enjoying your down time. Here are some onboarding tips to make yourself (1) visible and (2) useful but (3) not a nuisance while you get … [Read more...] about New hire needs help not looking like a slacker during training
NEW HIRESTodd Goodwin as executive director. Donald Hebert joined ecomaine as director of finance and administration.Maine Veterinary Medical Center hired two doctors.Dr. Sarah Blackwood joined MVMC as a board-certified ophthalmologist. She had worked at the Animal Eye Specialty Clinic in South Florida since 2009. Dr. Casey Cole joined MVMC as an emergency and critical care veterinarian. Cole brings a variety of experience in veterinary medicine, including emergency and critical care and general practice. Landry/French Construction Co. expanded its team with two new hires.Greg Rossnagel joined as project manager. He has 30 years of experience. Ted Hamilton joined as assistant project manager. He is a recent graduate of the University of Maine at Orono. He returns to the company after spending the summer of 2017 interning. Debra Gibb was hired as a finance manager for Maine Manufacturing Extension Partnership. Send questions/comments to the editors. < Previous Week in review: … [Read more...] about Companies add new hires
Colorado Springs officials are asking for an additional $300,000 this year for new hires needed to bring the city into compliance with the 28-year-old Americans with Disabilities Act.Those standards have bedeviled the city for decades. Six months ago, a Colorado Springs veteran and his wife sued the city, a local homeowners association and a property management firm claiming systemic noncompliance with federally required accessibility standards.Colorado Springs’ Chief Financial Officer, Charae McDaniel, briefed the City Council on Monday on an upcoming request for $300,000 from the general fund so the city can hire five ADA inspectors, an administrator and an additional position within the city’s Human Resources Department. In all, an additional $500,000 is needed this year for the hires, but anticipated savings within the city’s general fund can cover the difference, she said.“To me it means that they are taking ADA much more seriously and realizing that they … [Read more...] about Additional $300,000 sought for new hires to bring Colorado Springs into compliance with federal disabilities law
By Ahtna, Inc. Published: July 26, 2018 ANCHORAGE, AK—Ahtna, Inc. announced several new hires and promotions within its subsidiaries. Ahtna, Inc. Greg Jarrell Greg Jarrell joins Ahtna Engineering Services, Inc. (AES) with 21 years of professional business management and project execution experience throughout Alaska. As the new Alaska Regional Director, Jarrell will manage all Alaska business operations and oversee the development of environmental studies and remediation, construction, and a variety of professional services projects for not only AES, but also its sister subsidiaries, Ahtna Environmental, Inc., (AEI) and Ahtna Global, LLC (AGL). Jarrell earned his M.S. in Geologic Engineering from South Dakota’s School of Mines and Technology and his B.S. in Geology from the University of Montana in Missoula. Ahtna, Inc. Lori Kropidlowski Lori Kropidlowski, CPSM, CPS/CAP has been promoted to Business Development Manager at Ahtna … [Read more...] about New Hires and Promotions at Ahtna, Inc.