It's Friday? Who's got the jobs? We've got the jobs, and a lot of them--not just our regular Cool Jobs collected here, but another week's worth of Now Hiring posts. If you haven't seen those yet and need a bit of career inspiration, definitely check those out.
As for Cool Jobs, employers this week are looking for an ultrasound tech, a cyber intelligence officer (getting Hackers flashbacks yet?), and a lactation specialist at a milk bank--which is one workplace we've never seen on here before. Check out the full roundup below.
Cool Jobs: Marine Surveyor and More
Average salary: $47,000
Description: In this role, you will be trained to perform duplex ultrasound scans and vein mapping. You will perform initial scans and consult with the Physician regarding your findings. You will assist the physician in treating the patient, using ultrasound guided injections or endovenous laser treatments, and will be responsible for monitoring treatment quality and safety. You will help to educate and motivate patients and will also participate in some practice building activities.
Description: The Dining Room Supervisor is responsible for meeting or exceeding all standards of quality, productivity, customer service to all residents, prospective residents and guests in all dining rooms. Evaluate, coordinate, train, motivate, monitor performance, schedule and supervise department staff in accordance with company policy and at the direction of the Food Service Director. Make recommendations to the Food Service Director with respect to staff evaluations, merit pay increases, reprimands, disciplinary actions and terminations.
Description: You should feel comfortable collecting requirements from stakeholders, creating solutions, and taking pride in your work. You should be actively seeking to improve your skills and keep up to date on new technologies. What you'll be doing: Building new ecommerce websites. Working on team to build apps. Help maintain existing marketing webpages and corporate websites. Assisting in support for End-Users. Use expertise to provide suggestions for project improvements.
Description: The Lactation Specialist is responsible for day to day operations of the Milk Bank including, but not limited to, effective operation, ongoing assessment and improvement of Milk Bank operations. The Specialist participates in the strategic planning process including identification and implementation of opportunities for growth within the Milk Bank. The Specialist is responsible for the overall structure of the Milk Bank including maintaining standards and guidelines put forth by the Human Milk Banking Association of North America. The Specialist serves as a liaison between the Milk Bank and the Neonatology practice, including the Nurse Practitioners.
Description: Primary function is to examine and report on vessels and other marine and/or offshore structures during and after construction relative to compliance with the applicable requirements for maintaining the vessel in Classification with ABS, and meeting associated statutory and special service requirements related to Safety of Life at Sea, Loadline, Tonnage, Cargo Gear, Drilling Systems and Pollution Prevention certification.
Description: Observe and promote all Plant Safety and GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) specifications. Work together in a team environment. Track and maintain all required records. Maintain proper housekeeping in work area as well as keep equipment clean and orderly at all times. Responsible for daily checks of all equipment in their assigned area. Maintain the following building utility systems, but not limited to: Refrigeration systems, Steam systems, Compressed Air systems, Pretreatment systems, HVAC systems, Plant Electrical systems up to equipment hook-up, Fire systems, and building and equipment support as needed.
Description: The candidate will provide scribe services at the direction of a physician or practitioner (Nurse practitioner or Physician Assistant) to produce accurate and thorough documentation. The candidate will review the physician or practitioner documentation for coding criteria and assist in selecting the appropriate codes. Record a patient medical history in database system. Assist the physician with the exam documentation and basic procedures. Facilitate advanced imaging or specialist referrals. Organize medical data for review. Conduct ongoing quality assurance review.
Description: As the Cyber Intelligence Watch Officer, you will perform cyber intelligence analysis activities related to Computer Network Defense (CND) as part of the Intelligence Community Incident Response Center (IC-IRC) 24x7 cyber Watch Center. The candidate will coordinate and collaborate with Intelligence Community (IC) elements to maintain Common Situational Awareness (CSA) of network incidents and events for the community, Senior Director of National Intelligence (DNI) staff, and the IC Chief Information Officer (CIO). As a member of the IC-IRC contract team, the candidate will be expected to collaborate closely with other IC, Department of Defense (DoD), and other Federal/Civilian entities to ensure successful mission accomplishment with the intention of meeting and exceeding the IC-IRC's long-term goals.