Evaluator Job Openings - 8 Jobs

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    $57,155

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    On-Call Mobility Assessment Evaluator (MD)
    Medical Transport Management

    Hyattsville, MD

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    $57,155

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    Online Web Evaluator
    Mommy Jobs Online

    Alexandria, VA

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    $57,155

    Technical Evaluator
    Miratek Corporation, Inc.

    Washington, DC

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    $57,155

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    Online Web Evaluator
    Mommy Jobs Online

    Aspen Hill, MD

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    $57,155

    Part-time International Credential Evaluator
    George Mason University

    Fairfax, VA

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    $57,155

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    INDEPENDENT EVALUATOR
    Loudoun County

    Leesburg, VA

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    $57,155

    NEW
    Online Web Evaluator
    Mommy Jobs Online

    Washington, DC

  • Estimated Salary

    $57,155

    Proposal Evaluator
    Raytheon

    Dulles Town Center, VA

Evaluator Jobs

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$57,155

  • Assisting and Caring for Others
  • Getting Information
  • Judging the Qualities of Things, Services, or People
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Interpreting the Meaning of Information for Others
  • Deal with People
  • Mostly Sitting
  • Make Decisions

What does an Evaluator do at Raytheon

* Works within the Cyber Program team to improve the overall cybersecurity plans and processes
* Serves as the lead resource in promoting quality and policy compliance through system assessments and reports
* Works with the Quality&Compliance team to ensure that security goals and policies are supported by well-defined process, with measurable results, in strict compliance with applicable laws, regulation, and policies
* Ensure key configuration change procedures are exercised, measured, and monitored to ensure predictable results
* Works with team to ensure consistent, predictable, repeatable measures of policy and configuration compliance
* Measures progress and success, as well as identifies weaknesses and recommended remediation options
* Produce and/or edits regular status reports
* Contributes to policy development and implementation as it relates to Quality and Compliance, incorporating, ISO, NIST or related guidance
* Leads efforts to provide customer with an end-to-end Quality and Compliance capability
* Participates in all phases of system development, to include planning, analysis, evaluation, integration, testing, acceptance, and operations phases
* Consults with and advises other personnel regarding internal controls and security procedures
* Prepares activity and progress reports relating to the information systems audit function
* Designs and prepares technical reports and related documentation, and makes charts and graphs to record results
* Preparing and delivering presentations and briefings
* Coordinates resolution of highly complex problems and tasks, selling new ideas and concepts in support of operational goals and objectives
* Provides technical and analytical guidance to the integration team
* Integrates and translates complex concepts into tactical action plans

What does an Evaluator do at Precision Castparts Corp.

* A. May be required to handle hazardous waste and follow all required PPE regulations.
* B.
* Must meet all production and quality standards per department standards.
* C.
* Accurately record and document work performed.
* D.
* Provide training and work direction to less experienced personnel as assigned.
* E.
* Perform any function of radiographers, darkroom operators and other department personnel as assigned.
* F.
* Safely operate all equipment and tools.
* G.
* Must comply with all applicable safety requirements, policies and procedures while maintaining a clean, safe, and orderly work environment.
* Must participate in required training, medical monitoring, safety and health evaluations and programs.
* H.
* Regular and predictable attendance.
* I.
* Perform Required overtime as directed by supervision
* J.
* Performs other tasks as directed.
* EQUIPMENT, VEHICLES, TOOLS AND/OR MACHINERY USED:
* Film viewer
* Light meter
* Radiographic reference plates
* Pin gauges, vernier calipers, spring calipers
* Pallet jacks
* Hoists
* Optical Comparitor
* Densitometer
* Computer – (PC) Personal, server, and (LAN) Local Area Network
* Electronic measurement tools and functions (i.e. take radiographic images of control gages following specific instructions, sample Gray Scale readings of specific regions of interest to calibrate by calculation the signal to noise levels for image qualification, determine image quality compliance for spatial resolution thru use of line pair gages and geometric calculation, etc.)
* Image plate reader hardware
* Image detectors, i.e. Image plates, digital panels, etc.
* Image processing software tools
* Image archive devices such as CD, DVD, Flash, Server, etc.
* TRAINING:
* Training is provided on the job and in classroom or topical sessions.
* Must complete Radiographer
* Level 2 course, plus digital method training modules.
* Must complete Radiographer
* Level 2 Certification, plus digital method certification.
* Must recertify
* Level 2 every three years.
* May be required to complete hazardous waste management training

What does an Evaluator do at Intertek

* Intertek offers a salary and benefit package competitively placed within the local market.
* We promote a culture where motivated, customer-oriented employees can flourish, experience professional fulfillment, and reach their highest potential.
* We offer medical, prescription, dental, vision, life and disability insurance plans, 401(k) with company match, paid time off (vacation, sick, holiday), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Employee Assistance Program (EAP), tuition reimbursement, and more
* We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to veterans status or on the basis of disability.
* All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin

What does an Evaluator do at Wheeler Clinic

* Administers, scores and interprets standardized educational assessment measures according to established standards and with accuracy.
* Conducts and completes program specific written evaluations, including educational evaluation or classroom observations.
* Develops and documents, clear, integrated, comprehensive educational formulations and recommendations that are individualized based on evaluation results.
* Demonstrates knowledge of learning processes, learning disorders, instructional strategies, and interventions.
* Demonstrates knowledge of state special education laws and regulations.
* Makes recommendations in accordance with best practices and evidenced based practice models where appropriate and adheres to model and program expectations.
* Demonstrates knowledge of referral processes and resources.
* Communicates, orally and in writing, in a positive, effective manner with client, family, and all internal and external providers as needed.
* Functions as a strong and supportive team member who understands and embraces a multi-disciplinary team model.
* Attends any required meetings.
* Meets direct service productivity goals as defined by program.
* Demonstrates knowledge of program/department/agency goals and target outcomes, and adheres to practice standards and to data collection and reporting protocols.
* Attends and is prepared for scheduled supervision.
* Seeks additional supervision or consultation as needed and follows through with supervisory directives.
* Adheres to all agency and department policies and procedures (e.g., confidentiality, reports child abuse, safety & infection control, etc.) and displays excellent work habits (e.g., provides excellent service, attendance and promptness at work and meetings, timeliness in completing work).
* Interacts with youth and their families in a manner that is trauma-sensitive and relationally-based.
* Demonstrates sound judgment and decision-making by maintaining the ability to plan, organize, disseminate information, and analyze and resolve problems.
* Continues to develop knowledge and understanding about the history, traditions, values, family systems, and artistic expression of groups served as well as uses appropriate methodological approaches, skills, and techniques that reflect an understanding of culture.
* Wheeler Clinic is an EO Employer
* M/F/Veteran/Disability.
* All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other protected class.
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What does an Evaluator do at Resources for Human Development, Inc.

* Assess client's mental/emotional status; obtain history from client, family and other collaterals; if possible medical history (i.e. med compliance, SI/HI, previous hospitalizations, etc.)
* Develop, implement, and monitor an immediate plan of action with client, natural supports, and/or other organizations for managing the crisis.
* Remain with client/relative until the crisis is stabilized or next level of care is implemented.
* Identify and access necessary resources within MCRT, client's natural support systems and those of other agencies and organizations.
* Implement plan of action as soon as possible: monitor this intervention, re-evaluate.
* Initiate supervision with on-call supervisor or program coordinator, or psychiatrist as directed by policies and procedures and/or, as needed.
* Provide or arrange needed transportation of client to area psychiatric hospitals, clinics, when necessary
* Provide telephone and/or in-person follow-up on crisis fact sheets, as well as cases from previous night and weekend shifts.
* Keep accurate case records, including all required permission forms, referral forms, correspondence in narratives.
* To interact professionally and in a timely manner with all people and agencies involved in the case.
* Attend monthly crisis evaluator's meetings

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how to become an Evaluator

Although psychologists typically need a doctoral degree in psychology, a master’s degree is sufficient for some positions. Psychologists in independent practice also need a license.

Education

Most clinical, counseling, and research psychologists need a doctoral degree. Students can complete a Ph.D. in psychology or a Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree. A Ph.D. in psychology is a research degree that is obtained after taking a comprehensive exam and writing a dissertation based on original research. Ph.D programs typically include courses on statistics and experimental procedures. The Psy.D. is a clinical degree and is often based on practical work and examinations rather than a dissertation. In clinical, counseling, school, or health service settings, students usually complete a 1-year internship as part of the doctoral program.

School psychologists need an advanced degree and certification or licensure to work. The advanced degree is most commonly the education specialist degree (Ed.S.), which typically requires a minimum of 60 graduate semester credit hours and a 1,200-hour supervised internship. Some school psychologists may have a doctoral degree in school psychology or a master’s degree. School psychologists’ programs include coursework in both education and psychology because their work addresses education and mental health components of students’ development.

Graduates with a master’s degree in psychology can work as industrial-organizational psychologists. When working under the supervision of a doctoral psychologist, master’s graduates can also work as psychological assistants in clinical, counseling, or research settings. Master’s degree programs typically include courses in industrial-organizational psychology, statistics, and research design.

Most master’s degree programs do not require an undergraduate major in psychology, but do require coursework in introductory psychology, experimental psychology, and statistics. Some doctoral degree programs require applicants to have a master’s degree in psychology; others will accept applicants with a bachelor’s degree and a major in psychology. 

Most graduates with a bachelor’s degree in psychology find work in other fields such as business administration, sales, or education.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

In most states, practicing psychology or using the title of “psychologist” requires licensure. In all states and the District of Columbia, psychologists who practice independently must be licensed where they work.

Licensing laws vary by state and type of position. Most clinical and counseling psychologists need a doctorate in psychology, an internship, at least 1 to 2 years of supervised professional experience, and to pass the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology. Information on specific state requirements can be obtained from the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards. In many states, licensed psychologists must complete continuing education courses to keep their licenses.

The American Board of Professional Psychology awards specialty certification in 15 areas of psychology, such as clinical health, couple and family, or rehabilitation. The American Board of Professional Neuropsychology offers certification in neuropsychology. Board certification can demonstrate professional expertise in a specialty area. Certification is not required for most psychologists, but some hospitals and clinics do require certification. In those cases, candidates must have a doctoral degree in psychology, state license or certification, and any additional criteria of the specialty field.

Training

Prospective practicing psychologists must have pre- or post-doctoral supervised experience, including an internship. Internships allow students to gain experience in an applied setting. Candidates must complete an internship before they can qualify for state licensure. The required number of hours of the internship varies by state.

Important Qualities

Analytical skills. Psychologists must be able to examine the information they collect and draw logical conclusions from them.

Communication skills. Psychologists must have strong communication skills because they spend much of their time listening to and speaking with patients. 

Observational skills. Psychologists study attitude and behavior. They must be able to watch people and understand the possible meanings of facial expressions, body positions, actions, and interactions.

Patience. Psychologists must be able to demonstrate patience, because conducting research or treating patients may take a long time.

People skills. Psychologists study and help people. They must be able to work well with clients, patients, and other professionals.

Problem-solving skills. Psychologists need problem-solving skills to design research, evaluate programs, and find treatments or solutions for mental and behavioral problems.

Trustworthiness. Psychologists must keep patients’ problems in confidence, and patients must be able to trust psychologists’ expertise in treating sensitive problems.

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Real Evaluator Salaries

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Evaluator Interactive Data Pricing & Reference Data Inc. New York, NY Mar 13, 2012 $113,859
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Top Skills for a Evaluator

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ProceduresLanguageArtsMentalHealthCustomerServiceMathematicsCrisisInterventionEmergencyDataCollectionEvaluationReportsSafetyCurriculumSubstanceAbuseDataEntryAdditionalDataAnalysisK-12SpecialEducationIEPProgramEvaluationLiteracy

Top Evaluator Skills

Many of the most in demand skills for evaluator jobs include:
  1. Procedures
  2. Language Arts
  3. Mental Health
Here’s how the most requested skills appear on resumes:
  • Recommended improvements to technical procedures and munitions support equipment.
  • Completed training for specific evaluations for high-school language arts and elementary social studies, science and mathematics tests.
  • Consulted with physicians and mental health professionals to make lawful disability decisions based on Federal Social Security Administration regulations.
  • Provided superior customer service in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Requested to present to groups of teachers at area conferences, including Math-in-Action and a Core-Plus Mathematics Project Users conference.

Language Arts, Additional, Data Collection, Safety, Mathematics, Data Analysis, Data Entry, Emergency, Curriculum, Mental Health, K-12, Crisis Intervention, Special Education, Procedures, Literacy, Substance Abuse, Customer Service, IEP, Program Evaluation, Evaluation Reports

Top Evaluator Employers

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Top 10 Evaluator Employers

Evaluator positions seems to be very popular at Md&E where they currently get hired the most.

Evaluator job seekers will have an easy time finding open jobs at these firms:
  1. Kelly Services/McGraw-Hill Education
  2. Reliance One
  3. Lifestream, Inc.
  4. Google

Overall, there are 10 companies that have hired for Evaluator candidates.

Md&E, Kelly Services/McGraw-Hill Education, Reliance One, Lifestream, Inc., Google, United States Army, Private Practice, The Center, Abrams Learning and Information Systems, Metro Scout League

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