Leasing Coordinator

NRI, Inc.
Bethesda, MD
Our client in the property management industry is seeking an Leasing Coordinator who can assist our clients with their property management needs. If this sounds like you, we are looking for someone who has experience with tracking and coordinating tenant lease requirements, including plans and signage submission and landlord approval, tracking building permits and overseeing day-to-day vendor contract management.

Tax Preparer

NRI, Inc.
Rockville, MD
Our client in the CPA industry is seeking an Tax Preparer who can assist our clients with the upcoming tax season. If this sounds like you, we are looking for someone who has experience with tax returns.

Behavioral Health

NRI, Inc.
Remote or Washington, DC
As of right now this would be a work from home position. This is a long term contract ( 3 to 5 years ) reviewers for Developmentally Disabled residential population for Dc mainly adolescence.
send resumes to sbenson@nri-staffing.com DC residence preferred but not required. If you have 3 to 4 years working experience in Group home taking care of individuals who are intellectual and / or developmental disabilities ( IDD ) this could be the perfect opportunity for you. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Conducts detailed evaluations of provider performance and the presence of person-centered supports using applicable tools and guidelines. Initiates contact with service providers to establish interview and review schedules and discuss associated protocols, expectations, and responsibilities. Conducts interviews with individuals with I/DD, family members, providers of services and/or direct service staff. Observes the service environment, follows professional protocols to gather pertinent information and collects relevant data. Reviews required documentation to evaluate supports and services and gather pertinent information regarding the quality of the person-centered service delivery system. Administers and makes determinations based upon the information gathered from individual interviews and provider reviews in a manner that meets established proficiency standards. Establishes and maintains a positive and respectful approach with individuals/family members/providers/support coordinators throughout the review process. Uses professional judgment and discretion to determine when a report of abuse, neglect and/or exploitation is warranted or a referral to state staff is necessary to maintain the health and safety of individuals receiving services through the Medicaid Waiver program. Takes immediate action in the case of abuse, neglect and/or exploitation by reporting directly to required officials and follows established protocols as a mandated reporter. Inputs data into a web-based application, summarizes findings, generates recommendations for quality improvement and completes a written report for submission to the provider/support coordinator/contractor or other entity in accordance with pre-established timeframes. Captures information to determine the necessity of further survey activity. Participates actively and effectively in associate development activities such as conference calls, professional meetings, and annual training activities. Qualifications To perform this job successfully, must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education and/or Experience Minimum of Associates degree (Bachelor's degree in a human services field preferred). At least three year of human service, medical, or other experience in the areas of quality, Medicaid, certification, service delivery surveying or related work, with a minimum of one year of experience in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Exceptions must be approved by the state. Based on contract requirements, specific degree or certification may be required. Language Skills Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common journals, reports, and documents; Ability to independently respond to inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the community; Ability to write professional reports that conform to prescribed style and format; Ability to effectively present information to team members and customers. Ability to communicate effectively with team members and customers; Ability to listen effectively and establish and maintain a professional environment when interacting with all levels of internal/external staff or providers. look forward to hearing from you Sonia sbenson@nri-staffing.com

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Quality reviewer/Healthcare

NRI, Inc.
Remote or Washington, DC
As of right now this would be a work from home position. This is a long term contract ( 3 to 5 years ) reviewers for Developmentally Disabled residential population for Dc mainly adolescence.
send resumes to sbenson@nri-staffing.com DC residence preferred but not required. If you have 3 to 4 years working experience in Group home taking care of individuals who are intellectual and / or developmental disabilities ( IDD ) this could be the perfect opportunity for you. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Conducts detailed evaluations of provider performance and the presence of person-centered supports using applicable tools and guidelines. Initiates contact with service providers to establish interview and review schedules and discuss associated protocols, expectations, and responsibilities. Conducts interviews with individuals with I/DD, family members, providers of services and/or direct service staff. Observes the service environment, follows professional protocols to gather pertinent information and collects relevant data. Reviews required documentation to evaluate supports and services and gather pertinent information regarding the quality of the person-centered service delivery system. Administers and makes determinations based upon the information gathered from individual interviews and provider reviews in a manner that meets established proficiency standards. Establishes and maintains a positive and respectful approach with individuals/family members/providers/support coordinators throughout the review process. Uses professional judgment and discretion to determine when a report of abuse, neglect and/or exploitation is warranted or a referral to state staff is necessary to maintain the health and safety of individuals receiving services through the Medicaid Waiver program. Takes immediate action in the case of abuse, neglect and/or exploitation by reporting directly to required officials and follows established protocols as a mandated reporter. Inputs data into a web-based application, summarizes findings, generates recommendations for quality improvement and completes a written report for submission to the provider/support coordinator/contractor or other entity in accordance with pre-established timeframes. Captures information to determine the necessity of further survey activity. Participates actively and effectively in associate development activities such as conference calls, professional meetings, and annual training activities. Qualifications To perform this job successfully, must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education and/or Experience Minimum of Associates degree (Bachelor's degree in a human services field preferred). At least three year of human service, medical, or other experience in the areas of quality, Medicaid, certification, service delivery surveying or related work, with a minimum of one year of experience in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Exceptions must be approved by the state. Based on contract requirements, specific degree or certification may be required. Language Skills Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common journals, reports, and documents; Ability to independently respond to inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the community; Ability to write professional reports that conform to prescribed style and format; Ability to effectively present information to team members and customers. Ability to communicate effectively with team members and customers; Ability to listen effectively and establish and maintain a professional environment when interacting with all levels of internal/external staff or providers. look forward to hearing from you Sonia Please resume to email below sbenson@nri-staffing.com

Administrative Assistant

NRI, Inc.
Alexandria, VA
Busy consulting firm in NOVA is looking for a dynamic Administrative Assistant to provide support to Director and Team.
Duties include: - Schedule meetings and appointments for clients and staff - Provide customer service to members and assist with inquiries - Research member files and data - Quote members rate and information regarding new products - Prepare weekly reports

Tenant Service Coordinator

NRI, Inc.
Fairfax, VA
Interested in Commercial Real Estate? Looking for a career in a growing organization? We have an opportunity for a Tenant Services Coordinator in DC supporting a busy Property Manager.
Acts as the first point of contact for service calls, requests, & issues Develops & maintains relationships with customers, vendors, contractors Coordinates work orders and billings for the property Manages signage, directory strips, Keys, and parking requests Ensures customer and vendor certificates of insurance are maintained and up to date Generate move in/out and welcome gifts Maintain customer correspondence Resumes should be sent to Catherine Mitchell;mmitchell@nri-staffing.com

Coordinator, Regulatory Affairs

NRI, Inc.
Remote or Washington, DC
Are you a recent grad who is interested in a career in Government Relations? Our client is a well-known and highly respected trade association in the heart of Downtown DC looking to hire a Coordinator to support a very busy Vice President. This position requires that you’re able to work independently and not be micro-managed, you’ll be a trusted and valued member of the team that is literally the glue that holds everything together all while making everything happen on time.

Daily duties include: provide administrative support to the VP and his team, function as budget coordinator for the group by monitoring and tracking spending and helping to develop the annual budget, maintain the VP and the group’s calendar, arrange meetings, arrange travel, and coordinate ad-hoc projects as the need arises.

Must be well organized, have strong MS Office, Adobe, and computer skills, possess good oral and written communications skills; able to manage workflow involving multiple ongoing projects and teams, and be team focused.
Best candidates will have a degree and a high overall GPA. Our client offers a very generous benefits package to include employee-only fully paid health insurance, a dollar-for-dollar match for the first 6% of salary you contribute towards your 401(k). A generous paid time off package. Tuition reimbursement. Access to a state-of-the-art Fitness Center fee-free; pre-tax transportation benefits through SmartBenefits and access to Wellness Programs. If you are looking for a rewarding career where you can grow and develop – please send a copy of your resume to Tracy@NRI-Staffing.com for immediate consideration. Please local candidates only as this is a hybrid position. (A mix of in-office and work from home) Must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 or be eligible for a medical or disability-related reason or religious objection.

Paralegal/Legal Assistant Real Estate

NRI, Inc.
Vienna, VA

The RE Paralegal will work closely with the General Counsel and provide support to Legal Team.

Duties include:

- Provide executive level support to General Counsel

- Perform real estate due diligence in evaluating and managing contracts and leases

- Prepare and edit RE legal contracts, title documents and leases

- File and manage all RE documents in the legal department

- Submit and process expense reports

- Maintain confidential files and serve as liaison for Executive Staff

Administrative Assistant

NRI, Inc.
McLean, VA

Duties include:

- Work closely with the Property Management group in managing various portfolios

- Update and manage database

- Schedule and coordinate meetings and events for tenants

- Create and edit business correspondence, reports and presentations

- Work closely with Administrator and team in supporting all department activities

- Communicate with tenants, vendors and staff via phone and correspondence regarding any inquiries

Tenant Service Coordinator

NRI, Inc.
Fairfax, VA
Are you curious about commercial real estate? Do you ever wonder what a Property Manager actually does? We have an opportunity for a Tenant Services Coordinator in DC supporting a busy Property Manager.
Acts as the first point of contact for service calls, requests, & issues Develops & maintains relationships with customers, vendors, contractors Coordinates work orders and billings for the property Manages signage, directory strips, Keys, and parking requests Ensures customer and vendor certificates of insurance are maintained and up to date Generate move in/out and welcome gifts Maintain customer correspondence

RN Infusion - Direct Hire

NRI, Inc.
Fairfax, VA

Human Resources Assistant

NRI, Inc.
Maryland City, MD

HR Generalist

NRI, Inc.
Hyattsville, MD

Collections Specialist

NRI, Inc.
Greenbelt, MD

Contract Recruiter

NRI, Inc.
Lanham, MD

Tenant Service Coordinator

NRI, Inc.
Virginia

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