We Get People
What’s to get, you say? People are very complex.
Companies spend billions of dollars every year to get people. (That’s billions with a “B”.)
It’s money spent to find them. It’s money to interview them. It’s money to select them. It’s money to on-board them. It’s money to train them when they didn’t have everything the company thought they knew before the company hired them. It’s money to motivate them.
It’s even money to let them go, (when they don’t want to be motivated).
And on and on…pretty soon you’re talking about a lot of money. That’s where the “B” comes in.
We’ve built rigorous, comprehensive and predictive processes that allow our clients to make the right decisions about the right people. Whether it’s finding and selecting the right executive or assessing who the client already has to identify their optimum assignments. We find that “Superior Performers”, as defined by the client with our help, can find their way out if dropped into the middle of a jungle that may be the business. (Remember, A Message to Garcia)
Like the principles of Quality Management, of Statistical Process Control, of Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma and other attempts to drive out unnecessary costs from product design, development, manufacturing and distribution, Smart Work | Network has developed tools and processes to eliminate waste and inferior people performance in all of a company’s people processes.
By creating your account in our database you are joining a premier network of talented individuals who get “first dibs” on career opportunities as we learn about them. But like being a bone marrow donor, you will not be called upon until we have a patient who would be a good match for you. So be sure to keep your contact information updated by revisiting our site occasionally to check in.
Current open positions are listed below. Click on the link that interests you most to learn more. If there is not one for you, please click on “My Account” above and submit your contact information and upload your resume.
When we get an assignment, we look here first. Remember, we will not divulge your information to anyone without your prior approval. Successful careers are viewed as such by both the employee and the employer. Both need to be pleased with the relationship. Our business depends on it.
> Augusta Warrior Project - Augusta, GA
The ideal candidate must have a Masters in Social Work (or LCSW in related field), with at least 2 years of experience working with Veterans. Experience should include conducting assessments and facilitating plans for specific populations (i.e. Veterans, crisis teams, social services). Veterans Administration experience is strongly preferred. Candidates should have a valid driver’s license, insurance, and access to reliable transportation. Augusta Warrior Project has a preference for hiring qualified Veterans and members of military families whenever possible.
This is a full time, permanent position, based in Augusta, Georgia.
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Provide Strategic Leadership
Serve as a senior-level thought partner, mentor, and bridge-builder for Collaborative Services as a whole in the context of AWP’s larger vision and goals
Evaluate and refine the effectiveness of policies and procedures
Oversee process of inter-agency coordination of referrals
Direct the work of collaborative services where there are complex needs
Analyze situations within the workplace accurately and adopt an effective course of action
Provide all paid personnel with job descriptions, documented expectations, development plans, and regular feedback regarding their performance
Plan, organize and direct the day-to-day work of staff providing outreach, education, benefits, housing and supportive services
Maintain paid personnel and volunteer worker staffing levels and schedules appropriate for the needs of the organization
Provide ongoing coaching, feedback and support to build the team’s capacity to achieve personal and organizational goals
Assist and participate in the development of in-service training and staff development programs
Create a positive and productive work environment that meets all legal requirements and promotes employee retention and job satisfaction
Coordinate Interdepartmental Collaboration
Coordinate and facilitate teams continuous communication and collaborative work
Partner with AWP Team to convene partners and key external stakeholders
Enhance Community/External Collaboration
Maintain close professional relationships and liaisons with service organizations and community partners in the Central Savannah River Area
Seek out opportunities for alignment with other local and national efforts
Develop and maintain cooperative relationships with community groups and resource agencies; assist in the development of community resources for all programs
Make presentations to community partners and other organizations regarding the services of assigned programs to ensure that appropriate referrals are made
Respond to agency inquiries concerning AWP services
Manage Administrative Resources
Maintain resource binder/file
Ensure staff completes participant records to include eligibility documents, assessment forms, information and referral logs, volunteer and donation logs, surveys, and other records as assigned
Maintain files and records of individuals served and services provided
Classify Veteran’s barriers and evaluate the effectiveness of the effort in solving barriers
Pursue professional development through reading journals, participating in professional organizations, and attending workshops and conferences as appropriate to maintain knowledge of issues facing Veterans
Use appropriate technology tools to accomplish job functions; understand and use available technology as customer service, communication, and data-gathering tools
Maintain compliance with AWP standards, and applicable regulatory requirements
Attend staff meetings and internal training as required
LCSW or LMSW, ideally with 3-5 years’ experience working with Veterans and/or their families
3-5 years’ experience conducting assessments and facilitating plans for specific populations (i.e. Veterans, crisis teams, social services)
Proven success in implementing vision, thinking strategically, creative problem-solving, exercising good judgment, and leading change
Demonstrated competence in managing day-to-day team efforts to meet target success metrics while sustaining a positive, engaged team spirit
Past success designing and leading collaborative efforts, organizational development and capacity building
Track record of attracting community partnerships and managing external relations
History of working in a dynamic team and building productive working partnerships
Demonstrated success in leadership and management of nonprofit organizations
Track record in visioning and strategic planning
Proven capable in developing, implementing, and monitoring goals, objectives, and action plans; results-driven; focused on meaningful metrics to document success
Effective communicator (listening, writing, and speaking); known to encourage and inspire clients, staff, and other constituencies regarding the significance of AWP’s mission
Known for strong planning skills and relentless follow-up to ensure work is completed on time, within budget, and at the desired level of quality
Successful in building and leading teams that include volunteers
Track record of completing multiple projects while maintaining quality and timeliness
Known to work effectively and productively with a minimal amount of supervision
Demonstrated capacity for responding effectively in ambiguous situations
Proven to be flexible and resilient in stressful situations
Demonstrated effective interpersonal skills; effective in quickly establishing rapport with people of all types and ranks; successful in handling difficult personalities with tact and discretion
Proven organizational and time-management skills, with strong attention to detail
History of maintaining confidentiality when dealing with private or sensitive information
Social Work Experience
Demonstrated success in working with a wide variety of individuals from various socio-economic, cultural, ethnic, educational and other diverse backgrounds
Known to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others, including: clients, family members and others who may be under distress or duress; colleagues and coworkers; community partners and stakeholders
Proven to be knowledgeable about community resources, how to make appropriate referrals to community and governmental agencies for services, and how to coordinate services to reduce redundancy while maximizing delivery for client
Shown to be effective in providing consultation services to other staff about the psychosocial needs of patients and the impact of psychosocial problems on health care and compliance with treatment
Adept at independently managing assigned caseload and establishing caseload priorities to meet clients’ needs and AWP’s expectations
Known to be effective in mentoring and providing leadership to other social workers and team members
Shown to be capable of working effectively and productively with minimal supervision
Known to be results-driven and consistently successful in meeting assigned deadlines
Maintains current, complete, and correct records, with attention to legal compliance and client confidentiality
Proven highly proficient in using Microsoft Office suite software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook); experience with Salesforce.com a plus
Proven organizational skills, with strong attention to detail
Demonstrated success in maintaining confidentiality when dealing with private or sensitive information
Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and group situations to other organizations and employees
Augusta Warrior Project is an equal opportunity employer. Augusta Warrior Project does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, creed, national origin, marital status, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or disability. This is an exempt position and therefore individual will be paid on a regular monthly or bi-monthly plan, vs. an hourly plan.
Candidates will be asked to provide proof of their right to work in this country. At the discretion of Augusta Warrior Project, candidates may be asked to pass a drug test, a lie-detector test, background check or become bonded.