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by SixFigureStart | June 08, 2009

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Speech Language Pathologist--Genesis Rehab Services
Charleston, WV
The Speech Pathologist's job is to work with patients on long and short-term rehab.  Job duties include helping patients with dysphasia improve and get a handle on their condition, helping patients with dementia converse more easily, working with people who have hearing conditions to improve their communication skills, and putting together "discharge plans" to give patients their independence. Candidates should have graduated from an accredited Speech Language Pathology program and hold a Certificate of Clinical Competence. For more information and to apply, click here.

Account Executive, Business Sales--T-Mobile
Culver City, CA
Account Executives in the Business Sales division of T-Mobile are responsible for selling service within their assigned areas. Candidates should be comfortable cold calling and networking, as well as putting together creative sales pitches and proposals. One or more years of business to business sales experience and a valid drivers license are required; a bachelor's degree and wireless or tech industry experience preferred. For more information and to apply, click here.

Investment Risk Management/Derivatives Specialist--McGladrey & Pullen, LLP
Minneapolis, MN
This person is responsible for evaluating the investment portfolio of large financial services firms. He/she will review and analyze portfolios, investment strategies, plans and policies, and securities (including asset and mortagage backed). Candidates should have a Bachelor's in Accounting or Finance and a minimum of ten years' experience. Preferred qualifications include an MBA and/or professional certification, PC skills, the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of management and staff, and the flexibility to travel. For more information and to apply, click here.

Interpreter (Non-English)--Arkansas Children's Hospital
Little Rock, AR
The interpreter translates for patients and their families. He/she should be fluent, speak clearly, work well under pressure, and be kind and open. The interpreter should respond to requests for translation within 15 minutes and should not give his/her opinion or advice. As skill allows, the interpreter may also be asked for a written translation. The interpreter is especially responsible for moving along the line of those waiting for translation/interpretation. He/she should be able to multitask. For more information and to apply, click here. 

--Posted by Sophie Friedman, Vault Web Content Intern

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