Student Opportunities Board

If you wish to submit a posting please email it to stoneh@bethelu.edu or call Heather Stone at (731)352-4246.


4-23-13

State of Tennessee

Treasury Department

Class Specification

 

         Class Title                                                                                                                              Salary Grade

 

   Manager 1 Pre-Retirement Planning                                                                                           028

 

        Effective Date                                                                                                              Non-Civil Service Division

 

        March 2013                                                                                                                   TCRS-Counseling Services

 

General Character of Duties

Definition:  Under the supervision of the Manager of Counseling and Field Services, is responsible for professional supervisory work of average difficulty and performs related work as required.

 

Example of Duties and Responsibilities

 

  1. Supervises, plans, and manages the workload and activities of the employees in the Counseling Services Section; maintains and distributes the Counseling email to staff; monitors Counseling phone queue and organizes phone schedule to ensure coverage.

 

  1. Assigns retirement estimates to counseling/field services staff and maintains the exception queue in work manager.

 

  1. Contacts various departments and agencies to explain and seek their participation in the pre-retirement program; and coordinates employer requests for TCRS presentations.

 

  1. Works with the Manager of Counseling and Field Services on development of policies and procedures and recommends additions or deletions to retirement laws for benefits.

 

  1. Reviews, evaluates, and recommends changes in the counseling section; implements changes approved by the Manager of Counseling and Field Services.

 

  1. Indentifies training needs and provides training and technical assistance to staff; evaluates job performance of staff; and participates in the hiring process for vacant positions.

 

  1. Evaluates the pre-retirement program; counsels members; calculates estimates and prior service billings.

 

  1. Responsible for annual escalation project and involves staff in benefit adjustments and completion of project.

 

  1. Responsible for projects to contact inactive vested members and defective beneficiary designation.

 

  1. Answers questions of an unusual nature; update and maintain the supply of publications; approves leave transactions; and other duties as assigned by the Manager of Counseling and Field Services.

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

Education and Experience:  Graduation from an accredited four year college or university and two years of  successful full-time experience in an administrative or supervisory capacity. Skills needed include: self motivation, excellent written and verbal communication; experience coordinating multiple projects and attentive to detail. The candidate must possess self initiative and good follow up skills.

 

Criminal background check and social security trace is required.

The State of Tennessee, Treasury Department is recruiting for a Manager 1 in our Pre-Retirement Planning Division of TCRS. This position is a full time position and the selected applicant will work in the Downtown Nashville area. The working hours for this position are Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:30.

 

Please have interested and qualified applicants apply toTreasury.Resumes@tn.gov by Friday, May 17, 2013.

 

 

 


4-22-13

Position: Outdoor Youth Counselor                                                                                         Location: Linden, TN

 

Program Overview
Youth Villages’ Residential Treatment programs serve children with emotional and behavioral problems. Our residential campuses provide the setting for an intensive treatment program that combines the unique balance of structure and freedom. This enables children and their families to identify, understand and cope with their individual needs and develop the skills necessary to succeed in less restrictive settings. Deer Valley, our residential treatment facility in Linden, TN, is situated on 1,029 acres of wooded and gently rolling hills. A flowing stream helps create a picturesque setting for the nature paths, which wind throughout the campus.

Position Overview
Youth Counselors (also called Teacher Counselors) are a part of the team providing mental health services to boys between the ages of 11 and 18. Boys live in residential cabins that are perched on a hillside not far from the dining/activities center and counseling services building.
While at Deer Valley, children receive intensive counseling designed to help them learn to live successfully at home. They attend our state-approved campus school.
The Counselors work with a small group of children on various life skills and training.
A Teacher Counselor wears many hats and is very flexible as well as creative.
Outdoor Youth Counselors work a 4 day shift every week.

Additional Information
The TC (Teacher Counselor) schedule runs either Sun-Wed or Wed-Sat
-Three weekdays: (M-W or W-F) 2:00pm-10:30pm
-One weekend day: 6:30am-10:30pm
TCs spend the night once or twice a week on the campus and have additional responsibility for waking the residents and directing them with their morning routine. This schedule also provides counselors with a three day weekend. (Please note: Counselors do not live on the campuses and are responsible for securing their own residencies.) Each campus differs on their schedule structure and rotations and can be discussed further with a specific hiring manager.

 

Requirements
A Bachelor's degree in a social services discipline is required
Experience working with at-risk youth a major plus, experience working with youth is required
Excellent written, verbal, and oral skills
Ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously
Basic computer knowledge
Ability to maintain a flexible schedule

 

Additional Benefits
Medical, Dental, Prescription Drug Coverage and Vision
Retirement Savings Pension Plan
403 (b)
2 weeks paid vacation
12 paid sick days per year
9 paid holidays
Mileage & Cell Phone Reimbursement (when applicable)

 

EOE

 

To apply, click here: http://youthvillages.hodesiq.com/job_detail.asp?JobID=3608525&user_id=

 


4-17-13

Six different full-time positions that are now available through the AmeriCorps VISTA Program at non-profit organizations across the state:

The deadline to apply is May 18, 2013. Please note that these positions are not available for full-time students, but would be a great opportunity for those who have recently graduated or for part-time students who are taking classes online, at night, or on the weekend (classes cannot interfere with the normal business hours of the organization). Please find additional information below:

 

VISTA stands for Volunteers In Service To America, and the VISTA Program is a lot like the PeaceCorps, but Members serve within the United States at a non-profit organization. VISTA Members serve as full-time volunteers and focus on building capacity and infrastructure to make a lasting impact for the organization and the community. Benefits of service include an annual living allowance of $11,106, health benefits, relocation allowance, and the choice between two different post-service awards: an education award of $5,550 or a cash stipend of $1,500 (a full list of benefits is attached to this email).
 
Community LIFT - Memphis, TN
VISTA Member activities will include:
  • Reviewing evaluations of the effectiveness of current services being offered and identifying gaps in services.
  • Establishing and launching a Community Steering Committee that will help with developing a comprehensive neighborhood plan to advance housing, environment, livability, and economic developers.
  • Organizing a series of quarterly, topic-focused public visioning sessions to develop neighborhood revitalization recommendations.
  • Building the capacity of social service providers.
The STAR Center, Veterans Services - Jackson, TN
VISTA Member activities will include:
  • Increasing community awareness of services and benefits that are available to individuals with disabilities, with increased focus on veterans and military families.
  • Ensuring that all infrastructure is in place to effectively and efficiently track outcomes, assess needs and qualifications, and enroll veterans and military families in various available services and to refer them to other programs available to them in their communities.
  • Developing community relationships with service providers who can inform and refer individuals with disabilities and veterans to access services at STAR.
  • Establishing the means to recruit veterans to serve as volunteers for direct service provision for STAR.
  • Exploring new partnerships with agencies that work directly with individuals with disabilities, veterans, military family members, and Veterans Serving Organizations.
 
The STAR Center, Learning Lab - Jackson, TN
VISTA Member activities will include:
  • Recruiting and placing volunteer mentors and tutors.
  • Developing curriculum and training materials to increase educational and behavioral outcomes in terms of literacy and math skills, as well as social and emotional development.
  • Creating positive publicity materials to continue expansion of the Learning Lab, Literacy Lab, and Play Attention programs.
  • Assisting in transitioning to Common Core Standards to ensure that each client meets or exceeds standard educational goals.
  • Training staff to implement Common Core Standards.
  • Researching and assisting with securing grant funding for the Learning Lab.
 
Regional Inter-Faith Association (RIFA) - Jackson, TN
VISTA Member activities will include:
  • Increasing the efficacy of services offered through the Summer Club and Club 412 Afterschool Program by increasing community awareness of these programs and developing new infrastructure to support the programs.
  • Recruiting new donors including local churches, business, and corporate sponsors to increase funding and donations for the Food Bank, Snack Backpacks, and the Soup Kitchen.
  • Enhancing program capacity through creation of a development and fundraising database to include local, state and national civic organizations, businesses, foundations, corporations, etc.
  • Promoting self-sufficiency and personal growth of Soup Kitchen clients, including veterans, families, and children, through increased efficacy of outreach services to meet immediate needs of clients including housing, clothing, hygiene, life skills (communication, conflict management, etc.) and nutrition.
 
Signal Centers, Veterans Services - Chattanooga, TN
VISTA Member activities will include:
  • Increasing community awareness of services and benefits that are available to individuals with disabilities, with increased focus on veterans and military families.
  • Ensuring that all infrastructure is in place to effectively and efficiently track outcomes, assess needs and qualifications, and enroll veterans and military families in various available services and to refer them to other programs available to them in their communities.
  • Developing community relationships with service providers who can inform and refer individuals with disabilities and veterans to access services at Signal Centers.
  • Establishing the means to recruit veterans to serve as volunteers for direct service provision for Signal Centers.
  • Exploring new partnerships with agencies that work directly with individuals with disabilities, veterans, military family members, and Veterans Serving Organizations.

 

Benefits for AmeriCorps VISTA Members

 

- Annual Living Allowance of $11,106 – paid bi-weekly via direct deposit.  You will receive 26 paychecks for the year in the amount of $427.14 before taxes.

 

- Health coverage – visit  http://americorps.sevencorners.com/ for more information

-Income Exclusion (persons receiving assistance or services under any federal, state or local governmental program before entering VISTA service cannot lose those benefits or have those benefits reduced as a result of their Living Allowance payments.  Examples include Food Stamps, WIC, SSI, public housing, etc.)

- 1 of 2 possible post-service award options (requires completion of service):

a.      $1,500 Cash Stipend              b. $5,550 Education Award

- Loan Forbearance if selecting the education award post-service

-Loan Interest Payment if selecting the education award post-service

-Initial Pre-Service Orientation and Training (all training expenses are covered)- Child Care up to $400/month per eligible child (There is an income eligibility criteria to qualify.)  Visit http://www.americorpschildcare.com/ for more information.

-Life Insurance Option: Member pays $2.07 biweekly for policy

- Relocation Travel Allowance:  This allowance is based on the direct mileage between your site and Home of Record. This allowance includes:

               -A relocation mileage rate set by the VISTA program (23 cents per mile)

               -A shipping rate for shipment of personal belongings (10 cents per mile)

-Settling-In Allowance: This one-time payment of up to $550 is intended to help cover initial relocation costs, such as utility deposits, rental application fees, etc. Your state office determines the allowance amount, which is automatically included in your first living allowance payment. (Please note that federal taxes are deducted from your settling-in allowance but state and local taxes are not. You must pay state and local taxes on this allowance come tax time.)

-Up to 10 service days for medical leave

-Up to 10 service days for personal leave

-After completion of one year of service, VISTAs are eligible for Non-Competitive Status for Federal jobs.

 

*VISTA Members are sworn in at the start of service and commit to serve for one year.

Interested candidates should contact Denise Meise, VISTA Project Supervisor, at denise.meise@starcenter.tn.org for additional information and application instructions.

4-12-13

Weekend CDC Shipper – Part Time Position

The Delta Faucet Company in Jackson, TN is currently recruiting for part time positions. These weekend shipper positions will be responsible for pulling orders, material handling, maintaining warehouse records and using data acquisition equipment. Attention to detail including the reading and understanding of product models is extremely important. Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs. Extra pay incentives available for monthly and quarterly perfect attendance (up to $2.00 incentive). The part time weekend shifts hours are 6:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Pay rate is $16.55 hourly.

Essential Job Qualifications: Experience working in a warehouse or shipping department or facility is preferred.   

Preferred Qualifications:  Knowledge of computer systems and barcode scanners a plus

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

  • Ability to work safely and follow safety rules
  • Customer-focused and quality-conscious with attention to details
  • Willingness to adjust work schedule on short notice
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Positive attitude, teamwork, accuracy, and productivity
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability and discipline to follow procedures and work instructions
  • Good mobility and the ability to lift 40 pounds repeatedly
  • Work experience in a shipping department or warehouse using warehouse management/shipping software
  • Experience using computers
  • Forklift certified or aptitude to be certified (not essential but preferred)
  • Experience using bar code scanners
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • Experience with inventory transactions, cycle counts, etc.
     

Please visit www.deltafaucetcompany.com/jobs to apply.

 

 

 


4-11-13

POSITION OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Assistant Teachers and Substitutes for the McKenzie Head Start and Early Head Start Center.

 

Assistant Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Assist in the day-to-day activities necessary for operation of the pre-school classroom under the direct supervision of the classroom teacher. (e.g., classroom activities, care, safety, and well being of pre-school aged children and accurate record keeping)

                                                        

Qualifications: The successful applicant should have their CDA (Child Development Associate Certification) and HS diploma/GED), which is the educational requirement for Head Start Assistant Teachers. Applicants must be willing to enroll in an Associate Degree Program in Early Childhood Education.  Candidate should also possess good written, verbal, and computer skills.  Valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance required. Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

$7.30 to $8.74 per hour

(Commensurate on Education)

Excellent Benefits Package

9-Month / 80 hr. - Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-11 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

McKenzie Head Start and Early Head Start Center

938 Walnut Avenue, West

McKenzie, TN 38201

 

                                                                                                                       You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – McKenzie Head Start and Early Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

4/22/13

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 


4-8-13

Aldelano Corporation is offering an internship :

 

Management Trainee – Production/Warehouse

 

National Contract Packager seeking management candidates for production/warehousing operations.  Ideal candidate will have Industrial Engineering training/background as well as other skills and experience that may include Lean/Six Sigma based production management, quality and systems management, warehouse & distribution, supply chain management, cost accounting/budgeting/pricing and other operational skills.

 

Strong communication, math and computer skills are required.  Candidates must show strong initiative and be flexible to work in various departments and/or manage various responsibilities. Initial opportunity in Jackson, TN and must be willing to travel and/or relocate.

 


4-8-13

                                                                                                                                                           The Local McKenzie McDonald's is Now Hiring !!!

                                                                                                                                                                   Management Positions will be avaliable

They are willing to hire students with pay between $8 and $9/hour

For more information visit www.mcdonalds.com/careers or visit the Hiring Day: April 11, 2013 from 9am-5pm at:

McDonald's of McKenzie

15190 Highland Drive

731-352-0715


4-5-13

                                                                                                                                                                                   STATE OF TENNESSEE

                                                                                                                                                                                  TREASURY DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                                                                                                    CLASS SPECIFICATION

                                                                                                                              

Class Title                                                                              Salary Grade

Trsy-Concord Retirement Adv 1                                            024

 

Effective Date                                                                        Non-Civil Service Division

February 2013                                                                         TCRS - Concord

 

GENERAL CHARACTER OF DUTIES

 

Definition

Under the general supervision of the Concord Manager, to perform the activities involved in communicating with TCRS employers regarding monthly contribution files, testing and certifying employer contribution files, and providing training to TCRS employers.  In-state travel and public speaking are requirements of this position.

 

TCRS is implementing a new pension administration system called Concord.  Concord is a web-based application that is replacing our current mainframe systems supporting the retirement system.  Employers report salary and service information on a monthly basis to TCRS.  The person in this position will assist employers in the transition from the current reporting layout to the new reporting methods used for Concord.

 

Example of Duties

 

  1. Supports employer contribution file testing.  This includes establishing employer accounts to support the file certification process, training employer testers, develop employer test scripts, conducting file certification testing, logging testing issues, and providing feedback to employers.

 

  1. Communicates the new contribution file layout and timeline for transitioning to the new file layout to employers and payroll software providers.

 

  1. Provides Concord updates to employers and payroll software providers.  Updates PowerPoint presentations, FAQ documents, file format, testing requirements, and training guides to the TCRS website.

 

  1. Maintains the Concord Employer Reporting Orientation Guides.

 

  1. Participate in user acceptance testing of the Concord system prior to training and testing by employers.

 

 

  1. Coordinates employer training sessions including the preparation of training materials, identifying training sites, and overseeing the registration process.

 

  1. Assists in the development, review and validation of training materials.

 

  1. Conducts training sessions, including obtaining feedback from employers on the training sessions.

 

  1. Provides support to employers via employer help desk and assists employers with error correction.

 

 

Minimum Qualifications

Education and Experience:  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in a business related field.

 

Criminal background check and social security trace is required.

Interested applicants apply by May 3, 2013 via our email, Treasury.Resumes@tn.gov.

 

 

 

 


4-2-13

POSITION OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Assistant Teacher and Substitutes for the Washington Douglas Head Start and Early Head Start Center.

 

Assistant Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Assist in the day-to-day activities necessary for operation of the pre-school classroom under the direct supervision of the classroom teacher. (e.g., classroom activities, care, safety, and well being of pre-school aged children and accurate record keeping)

                                                        

Qualifications: The successful applicant should have their CDA (Child Development Associate Certification) and HS diploma/GED), which is the educational requirement for Head Start Assistant Teachers. Applicants must be willing to enroll in an Associate Degree Program in Early Childhood Education.  Candidate should also possess good written, verbal, and computer skills.  Valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance required. Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

$7.30 to $8.74 per hour

(Commensurate on Education)

Excellent Benefits Package

9-Month / 80 hr. - Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-11 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Washington Douglas Head Start and Early Head Start Center

409 Iselin Street

Jackson, TN  38301

 

You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

                                               Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

                                                              Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – Washington Douglas Head Start and Early Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

4/03/13

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 

 


4-2-13

JOB OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start and Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position of Family Advocate (PT) and Substitutes for Harrelson Pre-K Head Start Center.

 

Family Advocate (PT):

Essential Job Duties: Responsible for recruiting and enrolling children into the program. Candidate will be required to make regular home visits with all families in caseload and develop family partnership agreements. Other duties will include development parent functions, M-Teams, and other committee meetings. Must attend meetings and workshops as scheduled, provide transportation for children and families as needed, maintain up-to-date records, enter information into the ChildPlus database, and comply with all program policies and procedures.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in social work or a related field is preferred.  Good written, verbal, and computer skills are required. HS diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location are required.

 

 $8.17 - $12.27 per hour

Commensurate on Education

Excellent Benefits Package

11-Month/ Part-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at

Harrelson Pre-K Head Start

143 Puryear Country Club

Puryear, TN  38251

 

OR

 

Or, you may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to:

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, 212

 

Reference: Position of Interest – Harrelson Pre-K Head Start

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

04/8/13

However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 

 


3-26-13

Marketer at Ministry Consultants is hiring. Thinking about a Marketing assistant Career at Ministry Consultants? The application landing page ishttp://www.jobbook.com/en/employers/ministry-consultants/jobs/marketing-assistant--1422


3-14-13

American Cellular in Camden, TN is now hiring for the position of Sales Representative. Duties include analyzing and computing customer price plans, keeping track of incoming and outgoing inventory, remaining knowledgeable on current and upcoming wireless trends, and delivering exemplary customer service with a professional demeanor.    Sales experience is preferred, but not required. Candidates should also be professional, energetic, and ready to learn in this fast-paced sales environment. Position offers hourly pay, as well as a competitive commission structure after a short probationary period. Please contact Ricky Moody at 584-9300 or 234-4444 with any questions regarding the position. Resumes can submitted via email to rmoody@americancellular.net.

 


3-13-13

POSITION OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Assistant Teacher and Substitutes for the Magic Valley Head Start Center.

 

 

Assistant Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Assist in the day-to-day activities necessary for operation of the pre-school classroom under the direct supervision of the classroom teacher. (e.g., classroom activities, care, safety, and well being of pre-school aged children and accurate record keeping)

                                                        

Qualifications: The successful applicant should have their CDA (Child Development Associate Certification) and HS diploma/GED), which is the educational requirement for Head Start Assistant Teachers. Applicants must be willing to enroll in an Associate Degree Program in Early Childhood Education.  Should also possess good written, verbal, and computer skills.  Valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance required. Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

$7.30 to $8.74 per hour Based on Education

Excellent Benefits

9-Month / 80 hr. - Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Magic Valley Head Center

245 Overhead Bridge Road

Camden, TN  38320

 Or

                                                                                                                                                     You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

                                                                                                                                        Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – Magic Valley Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

03/25/13

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 

 


3-13-13

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, STATE OF TENNESSEE

DIVISION:  TENNESSEE CONSOLIDATED RETIREMENT SYSTEM (TCRS)

POSITION:  OPERATIONS ASSISTANT

 

GENERAL DUTIES:

TCRS is a $38 billion pension fund investing in equities, fixed income securities, as well as real estate and private equities.  Working under the direct supervision of the Operations Manager, the Operations Assistant will assist with the handling of all functions that relate to the settlement and clearing of securities for the Retirement System and the State Cash Pool.   The position will also assist with various other duties such as the recordkeeping and reconciliation of the soft dollar commissions program.  The Operations Assistant will assist the Director of Cash Management and the Chief Investment Officer with special projects as needed.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Candidates will be expected to have a bachelor’s degree with a preference for Accounting or Finance backgrounds.  The ideal candidate will also have three to five years of experience in trade settlement and clearing, or similar experience.  The candidate must also possess excellent computer skills and communication skills.

 

This position requires a background check and may include a criminal background check.

 

This position is a full time position that requires 3-5 years of experience in accounting or finance. It is located in the Nashville, TN area and the selected applicant will work the hours 8:00 – 4:30, Monday – Friday. Interested applicants should apply for this position by April 11, 2013 by sending their resume toTreasury.Resumes@tn.gov.

 

 


3-11-13

Ciright is seeking a dreamer, doer and innovator to join our team as a Success Coach. This temp-for-hire, Instructional Designer and Trainer would help to develop and implement a performance roadmap, task-oriented lesson plans to roll out apps, workflow solutions and a revolutionary customizable business platform. Designed to improve business productivity and disrupt traditional business models, these tools will help solve global problems such as hunger, poverty, violence, disease, energy, and greed.

Sound crazy?

Not really. It takes revolutionaries to actually make the world a better place. It also takes a revolutionary PaaS like Ciright's to make this happen...and YOU.

 

ABOUT CIRIGHT
Located in the Greater Philadelphia area, Ciright is a fast-growing Internet solutions innovator that uses a proprietary cloud-based platform and mobile web solutions designed to help our clients eliminate wasted time and inefficiencies to improve profitability and unleash their imaginations to gain and sustain an innovation advantage. Ciright’s products and services improve where and how individuals receive personalized and relevant content to enhance their lives.

Ciright’ s roots date back more than 20+ years to the early development of pen computing, and wireless and mobile applications. The thread that runs through all of Ciright’ s developmental history and various business enterprises is a singular focus on delivering time-sensitive data in a collaborative manner to assist businesses in making critical business decisions. Ciright is on the cutting edge of integrating innovation and business practices. As a creator and owner of hundreds of technology patents, the company is a leader in revolutionizing how businesses will organize their information and manage their operations. Further expansion and growth is an inevitable outcome for this privately held company, with approximately 100+ employees currently.

Leading the way into the Imagination Age, Ciright is made up of passionate, forward-thinking professionals and thought leaders who are committed to changing the business landscape and society using cutting-edge Internet tools and disruptive business models.
 

ABOUT YOU
The Success Coach works with clients in the Philadelphia area as part of our Industry Innovators Program. Your goal would be to make our system “second-nature” to our users by designing the most effective way to embed and display task-supporting training aids.

Description of Duties:
· Onboard and train users
· Support all client questions, concerns, feedback, and enhancement requests in an effective and successful manner
· Develop and manage workshops for prospective customers, new & power users users
· Create simple, informative content to be embedded within the platform and/or apps
· Use feedback from workshops and testing to improve the platform for users of all ages and computer competencies
· Understand the power of placement. The content you are developing needs to be visible, relevant and easily located
· Communicate in a traditional and virtual classroom
· Manage the customer support profit center

· Work with industry experts and to define market requirements for a market rollout

Qualifications:
· Excellent oral, written and computing skills
· Solution oriented, results-driven, creative collaborator
· Must be able to manage multiple clients and projects
· Provide training support and go-live support
· Tech Savvy
· B.A. or B.S. degree

Requirements of a Ciright Employee:
· Strong work ethic
· Passion for technology
· Exceptionally quick learner
· Highly-motivated and positive, “whatever it takes” attitude
· Analytical, but highly creative individuals
· Strong leadership and project management skills
· Ability to work and adapt in a fast-paced environment
· Able to communicate through mobile and web environments
· Well developed oral, written, presentation and listening skills
· Ability to “take the ball and run with it”

This is a salary-based position with considerations including stock options, an exceptional benefits package, flexible hours, and the opportunity to learn from industry pioneers and thought leaders in technology.
If you are confident you possess these characteristics and are up for a challenge, we encourage you to apply. Please email your resume to iwanttowork@ciright.com.

 


3-11-13

Job Opening

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start and Early Head Start Program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Infant/Toddler Floater and Substitutes for the Dyersburg Head Start and Early Head Start Center.

 

Infant-Toddler Floater:

Essential Job Duties: Assist in the day-to-day activities necessary for operation of the infant and toddler classroom(s) under the direct supervision of the classroom teacher. (e.g., classroom activities, care, safety, and well being of small children and accurate record keeping).

                                                        

Qualifications: HS diploma/GED, good written, verbal, and computer skills, a current Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance are required. Experience and/or training in working with infant/toddlers is desired.

 

$7.30 per hour

Excellent Benefits

9-Month / 80 hr Biweekly/Full-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Dyersburg Head Start and Early Head Start Center

1400 Hornbrook Street

Dyersburg, Tennessee  38024

Or, you may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to:

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REF: Position of Interest – Dyersburg Head Start and Early Head Start Center

"Helping People! Changing Lives!"

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

03/18/13

However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 


3-11-13

VISTA stands for Volunteers In Service To America, and the VISTA Program is a lot like the PeaceCorps, but Members serve within the United States at a non-profit organization. VISTA Members serve as full-time volunteers and focus on building capacity and infrastructure to make a lasting impact for the organization and the community. Benefits of service include an annual living allowance of $11,106, health benefits, relocation allowance, and the choice between two different post-service awards: an education award of $5,550 or a cash stipend of $1,500 (a full list of benefits is attached to this email).

 The deadline to apply is March 22, 2013. Please note that this position is not available for full-time students, but would be a great opportunity for those who have recently graduated or for part time students who are taking classes online, at night, or on the weekend (classes cannot interfere with the normal business hours of the organization). Please find additional information below:

 
Community LIFT - Memphis, TN
VISTA Member activities will include:
  • Reviewing evaluations of the effectiveness of current services being offered and identifying gaps in services.
  • Establishing and launching a Community Steering Committee that will help with developing a comprehensive neighborhood plan to advance housing, environment, livability, and economic developers.
  • Organizing a series of quarterly, topic-focused public visioning sessions to develop neighborhood revitalization recommendations.
  • Building the capacity of social service providers.
 
Outreach Housing and Community, Inc. - Memphis, TN
VISTA Member activities will include:
  • Becoming versed in OHC's mission and services.
  • Developing an inventory system to organize and maintain all information technology (IT) including computers, phone, printers, copiers, etc.
  • Developing a plan to update OHC's Information Technology systems and devices.
  • Implementing the new IT plan.
  • Enhancing OHC's process for tracking client information.
 
East Tennessee Technology Access Center (ETTAC) - Knoxville, TN
VISTA Member activities will include:
  • Increasing community awareness of services and benefits that are available to individuals with disabilities, with increased focus on veterans and military families.
  • Ensuring that all infrastructure is in place to effectively and efficiently track outcomes, assess needs and qualifications, and enroll veterans and military families in various available services and to refer them to other programs available to them in their communities.
  • Developing community relationships with service providers who can inform and refer individuals with disabilities and veterans to access services at ETTAC.
  • Establishing the means to recruit veterans to serve as volunteers for direct service provision for ETTAC.
  • Exploring new partnerships with agencies that work directly with individuals with disabilities, veterans, military family members, and Veterans Serving Organizations.
 
Interested candidates should contact Denise Meise, VISTA Project Supervisor, at denise.meise@starcenter.tn.org for additional information and application instructions.

 


2-27-13 Closed

Full-Time Position:  Public Affairs with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources in Frankfort, KY

 

Auto req ID

26617BR

Job Title :

8072 ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST II

Title Code :

9612

Minimum Requirement - Primary Education :

Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor's degree.

Minimum Requirement - Primary Experience :

Must have one year of professional, administrative or business experience.

Education Substitution :

Additional education will substitute for the required experience on a year-for-year basis.

Experience Substitution :

Additional administrative, business, research and/or clerical experience will substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis.

Special Requirements :

None

Agency :

50 - Tourism, Arts, & Heritage Cabinet

Department/Division/Branch/Address :

KY Dept of Fish and Wildlife Resources
Public Affairs Division
1 Sportsman's Lane
Frankfort, KY 40601

Location :

Franklin County

Agency Contact :

Email only, please, tobrian.blank@ky.gov

# of Vacancies :

1

Position Type :

Full-time Merit (18A)

Work Schedule :

1st Shift

Vacancy Type :

Competitive - Open To All Candidates

Work Week :

37.5 hr/wk

Pay Grade :

10

Salary Range:

Pay Grade 10 (MIN-MID) $24,072.96 - $31,892.40 yearly at 37.5 hour work week

Special Entrance Rate :

No

Description of Job Duties

See Characteristics of the Class.

Candidates with experience in marketing and social media preferred.

Selection Method :

Qualifying: All candidates who apply and meet the minimum requirements are eligible for placement on the register for hiring consideration.

Group :

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

Characteristics of the Class :

Provides professional support in the review, evaluation, development and implementation of agency's activities; and performs other duties as required.

Typical Working Conditions and Unique Physical Requirements :

Work is typically performed in an office setting.

Additional Requirements :

Applicants and employees in this classification may be required to submit to a drug screening test and background check.

Post Date :

02/26/2013

Post Ending Date :

03/07/2013


2-26-13

The Ranch...
A cool, clear river winds through the beautiful rolling hills of a 2,000 acre working horse and cattle ranch in Nunnelly, Tennessee. For those meeting the challenges of addictive and compulsive behaviors, The Ranch is a path to hope and healing. Our small resident population ensures highly individualized care while providing the community necessary for personal growth and group support. It is our commitment to foster an atmosphere of respect, love and hope that encourages and models the joy of recovery.
The Ranch is seeking a full time qualified and experienced Clinical Supervisor for our Eating Disorders Program for our amazing Residential facility.
 

This full-time management-level position reports directly to The Ranch Clinical Director. In addition to a flexible 40-hour work-week, this role will at times require evening and weekend availability either by phone or in person, both for emergency and scheduled clinical work. This role requires a licensed professional (master’s level or above), capable of providing supervision and working as an integral part of The Ranch multidisciplinary treatment team and as general support to The Ranch Clinical Director. The job requires extensive prior experience providing clinical interventions, assessments and treatment to men and women with eating disorders and trauma, addiction and related mental health concerns. Prior experience working with addicted clients utilizing a structured cognitive behavioral /12- Step approach is also required.

 

Job Qualifications and Required Skills:

  • Licensed as a master’s level or above psychotherapist in the State of Tennessee
  • Supervise and manage other licensed clinicians and/or interns both within The Eating Disorder Program and as needed at The Ranch
  • Organize, grow and manage an inpatient treatment program while also acting as a primary therapist and supervisor
  • Develop strategies, coursework and interventions as needed to evolve the clinical programming
  • Provide weekly individual and group counseling, psycho-education, and sessions per program schedule
  • Maintain ongoing supportive relationships with referral resources and the EBH marketing staff
  • Provide lectures, inservices and support for Ranch marketing events and programs
  • Represent and speak on behalf of The Eating Disorder program

 at The Ranch at conferences, marketing events etc.

  • Provide Family/conjoint therapy as specified in individual clients treatment plans
  • Provide individual eating disorder assessments and clinical specialist sessions with Ranch clients
  • Coordinate the program schedule of all treatment services needed for assigned client case load
  • Computer proficiency: Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook
  • Prior experience in mental health program management, development and 3 to 8 years experience in supervision

 

Compensation:  Based on experience – benefits and 401k options available after 90 days

Submit resume to:  alittle@recoveryranch.com

 


2-26-13

The Ranch...

A cool, clear river winds through the beautiful rolling hills of a 2,000 acre working horse and cattle ranch in Nunnelly, Tennessee. For those meeting the challenges of addictive and compulsive behaviors, The Ranch is a path to hope and healing.  Our small resident population ensures highly individualized care while providing the community necessary for personal growth and group support. It is our commitment to foster an atmosphere of respect, love and hope that encourages and models the joy of recovery. The Ranch is seeking a qualified and experienced part time Resident Assistant for our amazing Residential facility. 

Duties/expectations: Facilitates client daily activities in residential environment. Supervise client wake up, chore supervision, assist with client meal preparation and clean up, supervise laundry, self care, personal space and other living skills as needed.

  • Transports clients to and from necessary appointments and groups.
  • Observe and monitor client behaviors and intervenes based on schedules, individual clients, contracts and house needs.
  • Provides empathetic, supportive approach to all client interactions by acting as a sounding board for the individual, for a maximum of 10 minutes. 
  • Maintain Shift log (including check in and check out as well as a summary of the shift events) and report accordingly.
  • Provide transportation and supervision of clients at groups, community 12 step meetings and off campus events.
  • Supervise self administration of Client medication.
  • Orientation of new Client to Ranch guidelines, Ranch property and house individual guidelines.
  • Conduct client check in to residence: search of purse, luggage, all baggage, and client clothes/shoes brought to facility: confiscate contraband, do appropriate paperwork.
  • Conducts UA drug screen/alcohol testing when directed, following appropriate procedures.
  • Other duties as assigned by Residential Manager and Lead Resident Assistant.
  • Conducts safety drill as described in State protocol.

 

General Qualifications

  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
  • Good organizational skills; ability to prioritize workload and work independently.
  • Current Fist Aid certification (or willing to accept training prior to work.)

Understanding of diverse cultures and gender specific issues and the ability to incorporate needs of gender and culturally diverse groups into practice setting.

 

Education/Experience

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Willingness to work flexible schedule
  •  Class F endorsed TN drivers license

 

Compensation:            starting $10.50 hourly

 

Submit resume to:  alittle@recoveryranch.com

 

 


2-22-13 Closed

State of Tennessee Treasury Department Class Specification

Class Title Accountant I

Salary Grade 027

Effective Date January 2013

Non-Ch11 Service Division Accounting


 

 

General Character of Duties

 

Definition:  Under the supervision of the Manager of Program Accounting, is responsible for the daily activities related to the Local Government Investment Pool (LGIP), Risk Management Fund (RMF) and Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund (CICF).

 

Example of Duties:  Create interface files for claim payments in Edison, verify monthly reports from third party vendor for workman's  compensation; assist CICF staff in getting new vendors set up in Edison; Perform daily reconciliation between ACME & TEAMS; Process vendor payments; Process Edison journals to record entries for CICF, RMF & LGIP; Cancel and reissue checks from RMF & CICF; assist with 1099 reporting for RMF payments to attorneys & claimants; submit required paperwork to financial institution regarding claims of forgery activity.  Process inter-unit journals to state agencies for liens against payments to be issued and for reallocation of LGIP transactions for QSCB,

TOOT, Clean Water and TN Invesco.  Adjudication and payment of eligible Ignition

Interlock Fund reimbursements. Reconciliation of the above on a monthly basis. Prepares periodic management reports for the above program financial activities and suppot1s the compilation of schedules, worksheets and fund financial statements. Additional responsibilities as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

 

Education and Experience:  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in accounting.  Proficiency in Microsoft Excel is required.  Additionally, a Master's  Degree in accounting, business administration or finance, or completion of the required education hours to sit for the CPA exam is desired; applicants actively pursuing the required education hours to sit for the CPA exam may qualify for consideration.

 

A criminal background check is required for this position.

Apply by sending your resume to theTreasury.Resumes@tn.gov mailbox. Applicants should apply by March 8, 2013 to be considered for these positions.

 


2-22-13 Closed

State of Tennessee Treasury Department Class Specification

 

 


Class Title Accountant I

Salary Grade 27

Employee  Vacant

Effective Date February 2013

Non-Civil Service Division Accounting


General Character of Duties

 

Definition:  Under the supervision of the Manager of Investment Accounting, maintains updates and reconciles the investment accounting subsidiary ledger.

 

Example of Duties: Performs recon of daily draw down of accounting information from custodian and posting of same to general ledger and Edison; Daily reconciliation of accounting information from Vendor Bank to ACME system in a timely mam1er; Monthly reconciliation of TCRS, BEST and COE activity from the custodian to general ledger and Edison; Maintain  TARF subsidiary ledgers for external & internal managers; Daily reconciliation of all TCRS Real Estate transactions in ACME and posting of such transactions to the subsidiary ledger; preparation of contract payments to custodian, outside vendors, external  international investment managers; preparation of Edison journals as needed; serve as backup to other Accountant in Investment Accounting; other duties as assigned.

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

Education and Experience:  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in accounting.  Proficiency in Microsoft Excel is required.  Additionally, a Master's  Degree in accounting, business administration or finance, or completion of the required education hours to sit for the CPA exam is desired; applicants actively pursuing the required education hours to sit for the CPA exam may qualify for consideration.

 

A criminal background check is required for this position.

Apply by sending your resume to theTreasury.Resumes@tn.gov mailbox. Applicants should apply by March 8, 2013 to be considered for these positions.

 


2-15-13 Closed

                                                                                                                                         Reminder: Apply by February 28th and be Overseas by Next Spring or Earlier!

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2-15-13 Closed

POSITION OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start and Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the positions of Supervising Cook and Substitutes for the Tipton County Head Start and Early Head Start Center.

 

 Supervising Cook:

Essential Job Duties: Responsible for preparing and serving meals as specified by USDA requirements and licensing and performance standards, maintaining accurate records, and for ensuring the kitchen environment is clean and sanitary. Supervise and monitor tasks for other cook(s).

 

Qualifications: The successful applicant should possess food preparation and service experience, along with experience in supervision.  High school diploma or GED, good verbal and communication skills, current Tennessee Driver’s License and vehicle with liability insurance required.

 

$8.17 – $8.74 per hour depending on Credentials

Excellent Benefits Package

11 Month / 80 hr. Biweekly / Permanent Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-11 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Tipton County Head//Early Head Start Center

410 Alston Street

Covington, TN  38019

Or, you may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK)

 

**Submit Complete Applications to:

                                      Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

                                                         Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REF: Position of Interest – Tipton County Head Start/Early Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

February 19, 2013

However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

 

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 


2-15-13 Closed

JOB OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position of Center Custodian/Food Service Provider (PT) for the Troy Head Start Center.

 

 

 

Center Custodian/Food Service Provider (PT):

Essential Job Duties: Responsibilities include but not limited to keeping the center and outside area clean, sanitary and aseptic on a daily basis; ensuring the building and grounds are well maintained and meet all state codes both environmental and fire; transport food in personal vehicle and distribute according to CACFP guidelines from local school systems to center; prepare and assist teaching staff with serving food; must be knowledgeable of any children with special dietary conditions; cleaning and general maintenance of Head Start Center and playground and perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

 

Qualifications: Experience in custodial/maintenance and food service work  is desired.  Applicant must have a high school diploma or GED.  Applicant must have a valid Tennessee Driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance. 

 

 $8.17 per hour

No Benefits

9 Month/Part-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Troy Head Start Center

409 South Maple

Troy, TN 38260

Or

You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete ApplicationNorthwest Tennessee Economic Development Council Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson, Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REF: Center Custodian/Food Service Provider (PT) – Troy Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

02/19/13

However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!"


2-13-13

Sales Management Trainee

SALES MANAGEMENT TRAINEE

Pepsi MidAmerica is seeking a highly motivated individual with great communication and managerial skills to lead our diverse sales team in the Paris, TN and surrounding are. A four year degree and 5 years experience is required. An ideal applicant will have a successful proven track record of sales and leadership. The applicant will direct and promote the sales, trade, execution, and distribution of Pepsi MidAmerica products throughout a limited geographical territory. One will direct and manage all sales and distribution activities within the Division to maximize company profits while providing for acceptable market share.

More Information Call Jeffery Hames: 9731)641-6952, tnhrmgr2@pepsimidamerica.com

 


2-12-13

Full-Line Route Sales

Paris, Tennessee

Full-Time position for Full-Line Route Sales

Provide customers with top of the line costumer service, fill and maintain snack and pepsi machines, live within 15 miles from Paris, Tennessee

-High School Diploma/GED

-Valid Drivers License

More Information Call Jeffery Hames: (731)641-6952, tnhrmgr2@pepsimidamerica.com

 


2-12-13

PEPSI MIDAMERICA

Territorial sales Representative

Pepsi MidAmerica is interviewing for TERRITORIAL SALES REPRESENTIATIVES residing in the Benton, Carroll, Henry, Houston, Humphreys, Obion, and Weakly County sales. Candidates should possess a 4 year degree in Sales and Marketing or other related fields and proven background of sales experience.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

At Pepsi MidAmerica we offer competitive wages, 401K, health insurance, paid vacation, and opportunity for advancement!

Call the number below to schedule an interview or you may also send your resume to:

Attn: Paris HR Manger

55 Culley Dr.

Paris, TN 38242

(731)641-0207

Or email to:

tnhrmgr2@pepsomidamerica.com

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Pepsi Midamerica is an equal opportunity employer

 

 

 


2-12-13 Closed

State of Tennessee

Treasury Department
Class Specification

 

 

Class Title                                                                               Salary Grade

Manager 1 Payroll, Refunds, and Account Maintenance         028

 

Effective Date                                                                         Non-Civil Service Division

March 2012                                                                             TCRS-Financial Services

 

General Character of Duties

Definition:Under the supervision of the Manager of Financial Services, is responsible for professional supervisory work of average difficulaty and performs related work as required.

 

Example of Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Supervises, plans, and manages the workload and activities of employees responsible for retired payroll, refund of account balances, and enrollment of all TCRS members, change of beneficiary, and account maintenance of active member records.

 

  1. Performs audit of all general change transactions and reviews update and exception reports.

 

  1. Maintains the daily operations for payroll including the maintenance of address and direct deposit information for retirees; processing of ACH returns/corrections and recalls, and the void and reissue process for retirement payroll checks.

 

  1. Oversees the reconciliation of payroll expenditures and withholding to the general ledger, the daily reconciliation of the CRIS database, and the reconciliations for checks payable and insurance deductions. 

 

  1. Oversees the recording of payroll expenditures and the disbursement of funds appropriated for retiree insurance; processes 1099-Rs for retired members; reconciles gross payroll and withholding for IRS reporting; and supervises customer service efforts for retirement payroll.

 

  1. Oversees the processing and distribution of the annual benefit statements to TCRS members.

 

  1. Reviews, evaluates, and recommends changes in the payroll, refunds, and account maintenance section; implements changes approved by the Manager of Financial Services.

 

  1. Indentifies training needs and provides training and technical assistance to staff; evaluates job performance of staff; and participates in the hiring process for vacant positions.

 

  1. Answers questions of an unusual nature; and other duties as assigned by the Manager of Financial Services.

 

Minimum Qualifications

Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in Accounting Finance and two years of successful full-time employment in an administrative or supervisory capacity.  CPA certification preferred.

 

Criminal background check and social security trace is required.

This job is located in the Downtown Nashville area and are full-time positions with the hours of Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:30. Please send your resume toTreasury.Resumes@tn.gov by Friday, February 22, 2013

 


2-12-13 Closed

State of Tennessee             

                                          Treasury Department                                      

                                           Class Specification     

Class Title                                                                              Salary Grade

Customer Service Specialist 1                                                 023

(Service Counselor 1)

 

Effective Date                                                                        Non-Civil Service Division

December  2012                                                                      Financial Services

 

General Character of Duties

 

Definition:  Under the general supervision of the Supervisor of Financial Services, works with and communicates state pension plan details to customers (including members, retirees, survivors and employers) providing information and services to meet customer expectations.

 

Example of Duties and Responsibilities

 

  1. Receives and responds to customer phone calls, emails, letters, and faxes.  Completes income verification requests for retired members; process duplicate 1099R requests.

 

  1. Updates Concord and TRACS with member/retiree information received via phone, email, letter and fax.  Processes change of address, direct deposit and withholding requests for retired members.

 

  1. Provides accurate pension plan information and answers inquiries regarding the pension plans provided by TCRS.

 

  1. Provides aid to retired members regarding accessing member self-service in Concord.  Informs members of the ability to make demographic changes to the members account through self-service.

 

  1. Directs inquiries to other individuals, departments and agencies as appropriate.

 

  1. Documents information received from members via phone in Concord.

 

  1. Provides quality customer service to members by phone and in the office in a courteous and professional manner.

 

  1. Performs other duties as assigned by the Supervisor and Manager of Financial Services.

 

 

Minimum Qualifications

Education and Experience:  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.

 

Criminal background check and social security trace is required.

This job is located in the Downtown Nashville area and are full-time positions with the hours of Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:30. Please send your resume toTreasury.Resumes@tn.gov by Friday, February 22, 2013

 


2-12-13

 

 

West Tennessee Auction Firm that holds licenses in multiple states looking to hire a Marketing Coordinator.

Marketing Coordinator Position Description: To increase business by researching and developing marketing opportunities and implementing sales plans

Marketing Coordinator Duties:

·         Achieves marketing and sales operational objectives by contributing marketing and sales information and recommendations to strategic plans and reviews; preparing and completing action plans; resolving problems; completing audits; identifying trends; determining system improvements; implementing change.

·         Accomplishes marketing and sales objectives by planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating advertising, merchandising, and promotion programs; developing sales action plans.

·         Builds and sustains rapport with target accounts including Attorneys, County Mayors, City Mayors, Bankruptcy Trustees, Bankers, Real Estate Agents, and other professionals by exploring specific needs and anticipating new opportunities.

·         Provides marketing and sales information by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data and trends.

  • Supports sales presentations by assembling quotations, proposals, videos, slide shows, demonstrations and booklets; compiling account and competitor analyses.
  • Prepares mailers and brochures by formatting content and graphics; arranging printing and internet packages.
  • Maintains website and has a technical understanding of search engine analysis and web traffic.

·         Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; and participating in professional organizations.

Skills/Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree, Technical Degree, or Two-Year Degree desired but not required.

Technical Knowledge, Reporting Skills, Ability to Work Independently, Analyzing Information, Understanding Marketing Concepts, Client Relationships, Written Communication Skills, Organization, Statistical Analysis, General Math Skills, Data Entry Skills, Microsoft Office Skills, and Creative Services are a must.

Please send cover letter and resume to: auctionjob@yahoo.com


2-6-13

 

Internship Opportunities with the Florida Fish & Wildlife Research Institute

The intern program at the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute provides an opportunity for college students and postgraduates to obtain hands-on experience in fish and wildlife sciences and related fields. Intern positions are unpaid, and the student is expected to contribute at least 8-10 hours per week for at least 10 weeks (or a minimum of 80 hours). Prior to the termination of the internship, the student will be expected to present a 15- to 20-minute seminar to FWRI staff describing some aspect of the student's intern experience.

Current Internship Opportunities
The table below lists which research programs currently have internship openings.

Calendar of Anticipated Internship Opportunities

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For details, visit www.myfwc.com.


2-4-13 Closed

 

POSITION OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Assistant Teacher and Substitutes for the Denmark Head Start Center.

 

 

Assistant Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Assist in the day-to-day activities necessary for operation of the pre-school classroom under the direct supervision of the classroom teacher. (e.g., classroom activities, care, safety, and well being of pre-school aged children and accurate record keeping)

                                                        

Qualifications: The successful applicant should have their CDA (Child Development Associate Certification) and HS diploma/GED), which is the educational requirement for Head Start Assistant Teachers. Applicants must be willing to enroll in an Associate Degree Program in Early Childhood Education.  Should also possess good written, verbal, and computer skills.  Valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance required. Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

$7.30 to $8.74 per hour Based on Education

Excellent Benefits

9-Month / 80 hr. - Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Denmark Head Center

535 Denmark-Jackson Road

Denmark, TN  38391

 Or

                                                         You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – Denmark Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

02/13/13

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 


2-1-13

 


2-1-13

 

 

 Summer Camp Position Openings in Germany!

Info for counselors

 

Yoyo camps are English speaking summer day camps with campsites located in and around Berlin and Lower Saxony in Germany.  German children / youth between the ages of 6 and 10 (kids), 11-14 (youth) and 13-17 (YouthAdventureCamps YAC) attend the camps for one week sessions with the main goal of learning / improving their English. Each group has a maximum number of 12 campers per counsellor. The day-campers attend from Monday till Friday from 9 am till 5 pm. The overnight camps last from Sunday afternoon to Friday or Saturday. During this time, the counselors are exclusively responsible for their group.

 

Program is a mixture of games, sports, arts and crafts, drama and an English language program. A counselor is required to include all these elements in their weekly program. The counselors will work according to a Counselor Handbook, however they must also be capable to create new elements, which will fit into the camp atmosphere. The counselors will be required to follow the guidelines in the Counselor Handbook.

 

Counselors are young adults who are responsible for a group until 12 children in a mixed age and language level situation, from 9 am till 5 pm (day camp) or in an overnight-week. They will become acquainted with the program in a mandatory one week training program which takes place prior to the opening of the camps. Experience in animation or drama is an asset as well as experience with youth clubs, boy scouts etc.

 

Requirements: You must be responsible, creative and outgoing with experience in camp life. Courses in education, teaching or counselling is preferred. Counselors may be offered a position from June 24 to August 16, 2013. In some cases it could be more or less weeks. Counselors must be capable of following a week program as well as spontaneous enough to incorporate new elements into the program, being flexible enough to create a fun environment for the children as well as teaching. This is a summer program which incorporates language learning with games. It is not classroom teaching English. Counselors will have to be able to communicate with children who only speak German. There is no requirement of German for the counselors, however the counselor has to feel secure enough to be able to work in a foreign country with children speak German as the first language. Speaking some German is advantageous. Counselors must also be capable of arranging their own travel from one campsite to another if they do not use the suggested travel arrangement from the Co-ordinator and must arrive at their next campsite punctually in order to start the next camp. They will also be responsible for finding play areas in the towns where they are working in relation to a map given to them and utilizing their free time for this purpose. Some camps are in the middle of nowhere!! You are in Germany not NYC!!!!! And you will be required to be able to work alone as well as to dress appropriately when working and you are not allowed to drink or smoke in the campsites and your living-rooms, keep your own room tidy, both in the flat that we provide or in the family accommodation. A last and very important requirement is that you are capable to interact with the parents of the children who you meet on a daily basis.

 

The campsites vary from classrooms in schools to an entire building rented from the Boy Scouts. Some are located on the countryside, while others are located in the middle of the city. You could be anywhere from 1 to 3 weeks in the same campsite. The number of the campers / campsites varies from 9 campers, where the counselors work on their own with a campsite with 60 campers, where there will be 5 Counselors, each being responsible for their group but you are encouraged to work together for certain activities.

 

Transportation to and from the country where you are working in will not be covered by Yo Yo camps. Yoyo-camps cover all costs from your training area to the campsites as well as from campsite to campsite and back to the training area. In the case that the Counselor does not accept the suggested transportation, then they are required to take over the transportation costs themselves. Transport back to the city of arrival is the Counselor´s responsibility but can also be negotiated with the Camp Director. The travel arrangements are made by the co-ordinator. In the case that the counselor misses the train connections which result in more costs, these costs will be taken out of his or her pay.

Counselors are responsible for arranging transportation back to their respectives countries.

 

Payment  for Counsellors is 250  € / week, for overnight camps full board and 280 € (4 nights), 290

 € (5 nights) to 300  € (6 nights), included VAT.Before the first camp-week, you get 50€ in advance. You will be paid at the end of each week 170,-  €(after the first week 120 €because of advanced money), the rest after the entire contract has been fulfilled. After each week money for transportation or supplies (max. 10€ per week) are repaid if the receipt is given. Counsellors who leave early will be making a breach of contract hence not paid in full. Counselors are responsible for the campsites (and their accommodation) and any damages which they might cause as well as returning the materials in an adequate form. When this is not the situation, a sum of up to €100 will automatically be deducted from the final pay check or when specific items such as cell phones, adapters etc. are not returned.  Besides, all lodging and transports to camps will be paid. In overnight-camps full board is provided. If there is lunch for the kids at the campsite, you may eat with them.

Senior Counsellors may receive more.

 

Co-ordinator is responsible for organizing the camps. Each counselor will be assigned to a Co-ordinator who will be responsible for them and the camps in that area. The Co-ordinatior supervises the camp and counselors  as well as organizes the campsites, registration of children, sees that the necessary materials are at each campsite as well as information for the Counselors about the area, playgrounds etc.  Counselors will be given notice of their Co-ordinator during the training as well as their work schedule. A Co-ordinator is not always present at the campsite; therefore the Counselor must be responsible enough to work independently. Once again we stress the fact that Counselors are required to be able to live and work on their own, in this case being solely responsible for the daily campsite program as well as their spare time and keeping their living area in a tidy manner.

 

Counselor map which will include the exact location of your campsite, Bed and Breakfast arrangements, number of campers, transportation etc will be given to you by the Co-ordinator some days in advance of the next week. The coordinator makes a schedule for the whole time, but changes are possible.

 

Work Period:

Arrival date is 2013 June 15. in Michendorf, near Berlin. You will get the information on how to arrive.

Training will begin 2013 June 16. The last camp ends August 16.  A Counsellor will be given a minimum of 4 weeks of work and a maximum of 8 weeks. Counselors generally have one unpaid week off during their work period. However, Counselors are expected to be available to work for their entire period if necessary and will not be paid if they leave earlier as well as participating in the training week, a brush-up on the first weekend and a final feedback meeting. Non-compliance is a breach of contract as well as disclosure of payment regulations and subjects you to loss of payment.

 

Training Week: is mandatory for all Counsellors even returning ones. It is generally the first week of your work period and is not paid. Counselors receive full room and board for this week. As well as for the mandatory brush-up and final feedback.

 

Weekend: you must arrive on Sat / Sun to the new campsite, according to co-ordinators need… some places are in the middle of nowhere and it is difficult to reach otherwise. The co-ordinator offers a place for you to stay on the weekend which you don’t have to pay for in the case that you decide to travel on the weekend the co-ordinators are not responsible for taking over any costs for another place.

 

Notification of possible acceptance will be given within two weeks after our receipt of the attached application form. The duration of your work period will be finalized in May but will not be finally confirmed until we have seen your performance during the training week.  An earlier notification date is possible for returning counselors, friends or acquaintances of “senior” Counselors. One month after being accepted but two weeks before camps start, you have to send a copy of your passport, your student ID, police clearance certificate and non EU´s: your visa or work-permit.

 

Work permit: Non EU-citizens need to organise a work permit or a "work-and-travel-visa" at the German embassy of their home country.

Permits for US-students can be ORGANISED by yoyo-camps, WHEN APPLIED  BEFORE FEBRUARY. EU-citizens don’t need a work-permit.

You need health-insurance! You can get one in Germany, but you have to arrange this on your own. You get help from YoYo Camps if needed.
 

Web Site: You can receive information about where we have camps, what the daily program is like, our philosophy as well as look at photos from last summer and read our FAQ’s. www.yoyo-camps.de

 

 

NOTE: APPLICATION WILL ONLY BE PROCESSED WHEN ALL QUESTIONS AND BLOCKS HAVE BEEN FILLED OUT AND YOU MUST SEND PHOTO!!

 

If accepted, you need to send a criminal record check and (if possible) a child abuse history clearance.

US-Students have to send as well a certificate of enrollment, the form will be provided.

 


1-30-13  CLOSED

 

 

POSITION OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Assistant Teacher and Substitutes for the Tipton County Head Start and Early Head Start Center.

 

 

Assistant Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Assist in the day-to-day activities necessary for operation of the pre-school classroom under the direct supervision of the classroom teacher. (e.g., classroom activities, care, safety, and well being of pre-school aged children and accurate record keeping)

                                                        

Qualifications: The successful applicant should have their CDA (Child Development Associate Certification) and HS diploma/GED), which is the educational requirement for Head Start Assistant Teachers. Applicants must be willing to enroll in an Associate Degree Program in Early Childhood Education.  Should also possess good written, verbal, and computer skills.  Valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance required. Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

$7.30 to $8.74 per hour Based on Education

Excellent Benefits

9-Month / 80 hr. - Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-11 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Tipton County Head Start/Early Head Start Center

410 Alston Street

Covington, TN  38019

 Or

                                                         You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – Tipton County Head Start/Early Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

02/11/13

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 


1-29-13

 


1-29-13

 

 

Ubah Medical Academy Charter High School

952.540.2942 (phone)1600 Main Street ~ Hopkins MN 55343-1026

952.540.2950 (fax)

 

 

 

 

Job Posting

 

What:                          Secondary Math Teacher

Number of Positions:  1

Date of Availability:   Immediately

Where:                         Ubah Medical Academy

 

 

Ubah Medical Academy is a 9-12 charter school founded by educational leaders in the East African community that ultimately seeks to prepare students for successful and productive lives as United States citizens while allowing them to retain their unique cultural heritage.  Ubah students are prepared for college through a high school experience that demands high behavior, and rigorous academic, standards.  Demonstrated student growth year over year has earned the respect of the community for which the school serves.  It has also resulted in the deeming of Ubah as a REWARD School by the Minnesota Department of Education, an award given to the top achieving 15% of Title I schools in the state.

 

We are currently seeking a full-time math teacher for the remainder of the 2012-2013 school year.  Preferred candidates are passionate about student achievement, possess experience with differentiated teaching methods, and are adept at preparing students for college via rigorous high school academics.

 

A Bachelor's degree (B. A. or B.S.) from a four-year college or university is required along with valid MN teaching licensure in secondary math.

 

Interested candidates should email, fax or send a cover letter, current resume and college transcripts along with proof of MN teaching licensure to Kelly Witherspoon at:

 

 

Ubah Medical Academy

1600 Main Street

Hopkins, MN 55343

Kelly.Witherspoon@umahs.org

(952)540-2942, 108

(952)540-2950 (fax)

 


1-29-13

 

 Full and Part-time positions available:

Accurate Home Care, LLC is a trusted provider of quality home health care services. Our primary goal is to maintain and improve our client's level of independence, while ensuring their utmost satisfaction. We support our clients and families to thrive at home with the assistance of our devoted and trustworthy employees. Accurate strives to consistently provide an unsurpassed level of care. For more information please contact  Kellie Colberg, Employment Coordinator at kelliecolberg@accuratehomecare.com 


1-24-13

 

 

Dyersburg-Dyer County Union Mission

Dyersburg, Tennessee seeks

Director of New Life Youth Camp and Halls Mission Youth Club

 

 

Job Snapshot

 

Organization:                     Dyersburg-Dyer County Union Mission

                                                Non-Profit Christian Charity

Location:                              213 Cedar Street West, Dyersburg, TN

                                                Employee Type:                               Full-Time

Position:                              Halls Youth Club and Mission Camp Director

Salary and Benefits:        Will be discussed with candidates.

Post Date:                           January 23, 2013

Experience:                        Any combination of experience and education that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities associated with this position and its essential job functions will be considered.

Mission Statement:        Through healthy relationships with positive role models, we strive to help kids develop a relationship with Jesus by enabling and encouraging each child to grow spiritually, academically, socially, physically, and economically.

Supervisor/Contact:       Send Resume to the attention of: Neal Chatham

Dyersburg-Dyer County Union Mission, P.O. Box 179, Dyersburg, TN  38025

                                                Office   731-285-0726   Email   neal.mission@live.com

 

Job Description

 

The job has two main responsibilities. As Director of New Life Youth Camp, the person will be responsible for delivery of all aspects of a six week summer camp for at-risk children and youth from our ministry area that have completed grades 1 through 12. Many of them come from minority homes. The job involves organizing, directing, and supervising all camp program activities, volunteers, and staff for New Life Youth Camp. The Mission has been operating this camp for 23 years. 40 – 50 campers will attend each week of camp. Over the six weeks you will work with over 250 different campers. Responsibilities concerning year round oversight of camp and retreat center are detailed below. As Director of Mission Youth Club in Halls, the person will develop a ministry to at-risk children and youth in grades 1 through 12 for that northern Lauderdale County community. The Mission plans to build a new ministry center in Halls during the next two years. This position will be supervised by the Executive Director of the Union Mission. A Youth Committee will provide assistance. This is a management position that requires extensive planning, organization, record keeping, and decision-making.

******************************************For complete job description and more information please email careerdevelopment@bethelu.edu***********************************************************

 

 


1-24-13

 


1-22-13

 

State of Tennessee

Treasury Department

Class Specification

 

 

Class Title                                                                              Salary Grade

 

Service Counselor 2                                                                024

 

Effective Date                                                                        Non-Civil Service Division

 

March 2012                                                                             TCRS-Customer Service

 

General Character of Duties

Definition:  Under the supervision of the Supervisor of Deceased Benefits, Refunds and Training, is responsible for professional retirement work of average difficulty and performs related work as required.

 

Example of Duties and Responsibilities

1.      Answers inquires related to deceased active members and advises beneficiaries of benefits payable on behalf of deceased active members.

 

2.      Calculates monthly benefits and/or 120 guaranteed payments for beneficiaries of deceased active members.

 

3.      Keys benefit information to CRIS and coordinates work on quarterly and semi-annual death matches. 

 

4.      Answers inquiries related to deceased retirees and beneficiaries; verifies payment due retirees estate or beneficiary calculated by the CRIS payroll system; processes final payment and optional monthly benefits for beneficiaries.

 

5.      Advises beneficiaries, administrators, and executors of benefits payable on behalf of deceased retirees.

 

6.      Calculates adjustments for pop-up options resulting from death of beneficiaries;  keys appropriate information to CRIS related to the death of both retirees and beneficiaries; and performs other duties as assigned by the Supervisor of Deceased Benefits.

 

7.      Coordinates work with deceased benefits account tech to maintain a high level of control over the correspondence of deceased active members and the prevention of overpayments.

 

Minimum Qualifications

Education and Experience:  Graduation from an accredited four year college or university and two years of successful employment in TCRS as a Service Counselor 1.

 

Criminal background check and social security trace is required.

 


1-18-13

 

Lighthouse Christian Camp, Inc. is actively seeking camp counselors for our 2013 summer camps. For over 30 years, Lighthouse Christian Camp has provided summer camp for abandoned, abused, neglected and needy children in the middle Tennessee area.  Through the camp, thousands of children, who otherwise  would have never had the opportunity, have come –free of charge – to experience God’s creation and His love.  Over 800 children come each summer, girls in June and boys in July. 

LCC is a conservative, Christian camp that maintains that God’s Word is His infallible, inerrant written Word to us and is inspired by the Holy Spirit and is as  alive and active today as the days it was penned.  We are  located on 450 beautiful acres on the Center Hill Lake located in Smithville, TN.  Our camps provide horseback riding, swimming, boating, hiking and many other camp activities. During these activities and chapel times we are constantly teaching them about Jesus and what He has done for us. 

Do you feel a call to missions and have a heart for children?  Are you a Christian who can demonstrate the love of the Father to the abandoned and forgotten?  Do you desire to rescue the unchurched and “snatch them from the fire (Jude 23)?”  Then please prayerfully consider becoming a part of our summer staff and/or volunteers at Lighthouse Christian Camp and make an eternity of difference in the life of a hurting child. 

If you would like to know more about us, please visit our website at www.lighthousechristiancamp.com,   view some of our videos on youtube under Lighthouse Christian Camp, Smithville, TN or call our camp office at 615-597-1264. 

 


 

 

1-18-13

 


1-15-13

 

 

CLOSED 1-24-13

Worship Leader Position open at a local Baptist Church. If you are interested in more information about this position please see Mrs.Sandy Louden. She is located in the Vera Low Center across from the cafeteria.

 


1-15-13

 

 

COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY

CLASS SPECIFICATION

 

CLASS TITLE:  CONSERVATION EDUCATOR I

TITLE CODE:  7183

GROUP:  AGRICULTURAL AND WILDLIFE SCIENCES

SELECTION METHOD:  100% QUAL      REV. 04-05

NO. OF TEST QUESTIONS: 

SELECTION ID:                                EXAM NO. 

SALARY:  (MIN-MID)  $2427.44 - $3215.72

GRADE:  12

SPECIAL ENTRANCE RATE:  No

POSITIONS IN THIS CLASS GENERALLY REPORT TO:  CONSERVATION EDUCATOR IV

PRIMARY USER AGENCY:  DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE RESOURCES

 

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CLASS:  CHARACTERISTICS OF A CLASS ARE GENERAL STATEMENTS INDICATING THE LEVEL OF RESPONSIBILITY AND DISCRETION OF POSITIONS IN THAT JOB CLASSIFICATION.

 

Performs beginning level work in the presentation of conservation education programs or outdoor skills programs; learns to teach and conduct conservation education programs or outdoor skills programs including hunter education courses, boating education courses, aquatic education courses, archery or other shooting skills courses;  represents KDFWR at community events; and performs other duties as required.

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:  MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS ARE COMPREHENSIVE STATEMENTS OF THE MINIMUM BACKGROUND AS TO EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND OTHER QUALIFICATIONS WHICH WILL BE REQUIRED IN ALL CASES AS EVIDENCE OF AN APPOINTEE'S ABILITY TO PERFORM THE WORK PROPERLY.

 

EDUCATION:  Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor’s degree in a natural or physical science, education, recreation, or related field.

 

EXPERIENCE:  None

 

SUBSTITUTION CLAUSE:   

 

EDUCATION:  None

 

EXPERIENCE:  None

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  (AGE, LICENSURE, REGULATION, ETC.)

 

Must be at least 21 years old, possess a valid driver’s license.

     

 

POST EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS:  EMPLOYEES IN THIS CLASS WILL BE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN CREDENTIALS OUTLINED BELOW WITHIN A REASONABLE TIME, OR IF EMPLOYEES POSSESS SUCH CREDENTIALS AT THE TIME OF HIRE THEY WILL BE REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN THOSE CREDENTIALS SO LONG AS THEY ARE EMPLOYED IN THIS CAPACITY.  IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EMPLOYING AGENCY TO VERIFY THE ATTAINMENT AND/OR MAINTENANCE OF THESE CREDENTIALS, TO REMOVE FROM THIS CLASS ANY EMPLOYEE WHO DOES NOT ATTAIN OR MAINTAIN THESE CREDENTIALS, AND TO ASSURE THAT ANY EMPLOYEE WHO PERFORMS THESE FUNCTIONS, WITHOUT REGARD TO THE CLASS THEY ARE IN, HAVE THE APPROPRIATE CREDENTIALS.

 

Must maintain a valid driver’s license for the length of employment in this job.  Must obtain either a hunting or fishing license issued by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, a Hunter Education Card, and a certification in first aid and CPR during first six months of employment.  Must maintain certification for length of employment in this job.

 

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES OR RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CLASSIFICATION:  EXAMPLES OF DUTIES OR RESPONSIBILITIES ARE NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS DESCRIBING WHAT THE DUTIES OR RESPONSIBILITIES OF ANY POSITION SHALL BE AND ARE NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS LIMITING THE APPOINTING AUTHORITY'S ABILITY TO ADD TO, OR OTHERWISE ALTER THE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF A POSITION.  THE USE OF AN INDIVIDUAL EXPRESSION OR ILLUSTRATION AS TO DUTIES OR RESPONSIBILITIES SHALL NOT BE REGARDED AS EXCLUDING ASSIGNMENT OF OTHERS NOT MENTIONED WHICH ARE OF SIMILAR KIND OR QUALITY.

 

Learns procedures for arranging schedule of classes.  Learns to present lessons on conservation of natural resources, conservation education programs, and outdoor and shooting skills.  Provides instruction at conservation camps, or to the public, in outdoor and  conservation related activities.  Learns to recruit,  train and supervise interim employees, volunteers and camp counselors. Learns to prepare camp rosters and rosters of program students.  May distribute and receive applications to attend conservation camp, collect and deposit checks and money orders from campers. Research literature pertinent to conservation programs, outdoor skills, and shooting skills in preparing lessons.  Learns how to prepare various reports and correspondence such as activity reports, budget reports, supply orders, and requests for information.  Learns to operate,  maintain, and inventory large amounts of assigned equipment including firearms.  Learns and follows departmental rules, regulations and policies.

 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS AND UNIQUE PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  INCUMBENTS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION WILL TYPICALLY PERFORM THEIR PRIMARY JOB DUTIES UNDER THESE CONDITIONS, HOWEVER, THESE CONDITIONS MAY CHANGE ON OCCASION IN PERFORMING THE DUTIES OF AN INDIVIDUAL POSITION.

 

Work is performed in an indoor classroom setting and on outdoor firing ranges.  Must be able to use firearms and archery equipment safely and proficiently, lift heavy objects, carry 25 pounds of equipment several hundred yards, and operate outdoors during inclement weather.  May work in residential camp setting with 200 campers per week.  Must be able to run, stoop, bend, push, pull, and lift heavy object or child from unsafe place and traverse rugged terrain.

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 

 

Applicants and employees in this classification may be required to submit to a drug screening test and background check. 

 

DATE CLASS ESTABLISHED:  11/16/2011

DATE OF LAST REVISION: 12/16/2012

THE COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, AGE, DISABILITY, OR VETERAN STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR OTHER PROVISION OF SERVICES.  REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS ARE PROVIDED UPON REQUEST.

 

 

 

From: 
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2013 11:01 AM
To: FW Headquarters Staff; FW Field Staff
Subject: Currently Advertised Positions - Conservation Educator I (2 positions), Salato, ANOTHER CORRECTION!!

 

The Special Requirements for qualification as a Conservation Educator I have been corrected. 

 

From: 

 

Special Requirements :

Must be 21 years old, possess a valid Kentucky driver's license.

 

 

To:

 

Special Requirements :

Must be 21 years old, possess a valid driver's license.

 

 

 

Auto req ID

25916BR

Job Title :

21000102A CONSERVATION EDUCATOR I

Title Code :

71830V121216

Minimum Requirement - Primary Education :

Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor's degree in a natural or physical science, education, recreation, or related field.

Minimum Requirement - Primary Experience :

NONE.

Education Substitution :

NONE.

Experience Substitution :

NONE.

Special Requirements :

Must be 21 years old, possess a valid driver's license.

Pre-Employment Requirements:

NONE.

Post Employment Requirements :

Must maintain a valid driver's license for the length of employment in this job. Must obtain either a hunting or fishing license issued by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, a Hunter Education Card, and a certification in first aid and CPR during the first six months of employment. Must maintain certification for length of employment in this job.

Agency :

50 - Tourism, Arts, & Heritage Cabinet

Department/Division/Branch/Address :

KY Dept of Fish and Wildlife Resources
Information and Education Division
Salato Wildlife Education Center
1 Sportsman's Lane
Frankfort, KY 40601

Location :

Franklin County

Agency Contact :

Laurie Davison, (800) 858-1549, ext 4407 or laurie.davison@ky.gov

# of Vacancies :

2

Position Type :

Full-time Merit (18A)

Work Schedule :

1st Shift

Vacancy Type :

Competitive - Open To All Candidates

Work Week :

37.5 hr/wk

Pay Grade :

12

Salary Range:

Pay Grade 12 (MIN-MID) $29,129.28 - $38,588.64 yearly at 37.5 hour work week

Special Entrance Rate :

NO

Description of Job Duties

See Characteristics of the Class.

These vacancies are located at the Salato Wildlife Education Center. Occasional evening and regularly scheduled weekend hours are required.

Selection Method :

Qualifying: All candidates who apply and meet the minimum requirements are eligible for placement on the register for hiring consideration.

Group :

AGRICULTURAL AND WILDLIFE SCIENCES

Characteristics of the Class :

Performs beginning level work in the presentation of conservation education programs or outdoor skills programs; learns to teach and conduct conservation education programs or outdoor skills programs including hunter education courses, boating education courses, aquatic education courses, archery or other shooting skills courses; represents KDFWR at community events; and performs other duties as required.

Typical Working Conditions and Unique Physical Requirements :

Work is performed in an outdoor classroom setting and on outdoor firing ranges. Must be able to use firearms and archery equipment safely and proficiently, lift heavy objects, carry 25 pounds of equipment several hundred yards, and operate outdoors during inclement weather. May work in residential camp setting with 200 campers per week. Must be able to run, stoop, bend, push, pull, and lift heavy object or child from an unsafe place and traverse rugged terrain.

Additional Requirements :

Applicants and employees in this job may be required to submit to a drug screening test and background check.

Post Date :

01/08/2013

Post Ending Date :

01/17/2013

 

1-15-13

 

 

 

 

NOW HIRING FOR SUMMER CAMP!

Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee

Camp Sycamore Hills

Camp Holloway

 

Counselors … Lifeguards …Cooks … Spend the summer in the great outdoors making a difference in girls’ lives. Excellent for building your resume.

Are you…

ü  Enthusiastic and energetic?

ü  An outdoorsy person?

ü  Committed to children?

Now interviewing!

Details: http://gsmidtn.org/summer-camp-staff-forms/

Application: http://gsmidtn.org/summer-camp-staff-forms/

The Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in our employment, training, compensation, or promotion practices.

Job Type: Temporary/Seasonal

Contact Information:

Send complete application and

three (3) reference forms.

 

 

 

Email:   campcoordinator@gsmidtn.org

 

Phone: (800) 395-5318 x239

   (615) 460-0239

Fax:       (615) 460-0239

Girl Scouts of Middle TN

Attn: Stephanie Marrano

4522 Granny White Pike

Nashville, TN 37204


1-15-13

Part-time Position
Outreach Worker 

 

 

  Tennessee has made a commitment to promote good health in children from birth until age 21. It’s called the TENNderCare program.

 

  TENNderCARE is a full program of check ups and health care services for children who have TennCare. These services make sure babies, children, teens and young adults receive the health care they need.

  The Outreach Worker will be speaking with families, service groups, as well as community organizations to inform and educate them about TENNderCARE.

 

  Position offers 15 hours per week. Pays $9.22 /hour plus mileage reimbursement.

 

Prospective applicant should be someone who:

•Has residency in Carroll County
•Possesses good communication and time management skills
•Has access to reliable transportation and has a valid driver’s license
•Must be able to work a flexible schedule (including some evenings and occasionally weekends)
 

Contact:  Barbara Reedy

  TENNderCare Coordinator

  P.O. Box 190

  1010 Mt. Zion Rd. Union City, TN 38382

  Phone: (731) 886-1545

  Fax: (731) 884-2650

  barbara.reedy@tn.gov

 

 

 

 


1-14-13

 

 

JOB OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start and Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position of Family Advocate for the Washington Douglas Head Start/Early Head Start Center.

 

Family Advocate:

Essential Job Duties: Responsible for recruiting and enrolling children into the program. Candidate will be required to make regular home visits with all families in caseload and develop family partnership agreements. Other duties will include development parent functions, M-Teams, and other committee meetings. Must attend meetings and workshops as scheduled, provide transportation for children and families as needed, maintain up-to-date records, enter information into the ChildPlus database, and comply with all program policies and procedures.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in social work or a related field is preferred.  Good written, verbal, and computer skills are required. HS diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location are required.

 

 $8.17 - $12.27 per hour

Commensurate on Education

Excellent Benefits Package

11-Month /80 hr. Biweekly/ Full-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at

Washington Douglas Head Start/Early Head Start Center

409 Iselin Street

Jackson, TN  38301

OR

Or, you may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to:

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, 212

Reference on envelope: Family Advocate – Washington Douglas Head Start/Early Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

01/17/13

However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 


1-14-13

 

Lowes currently has the following positions open:
FT Delivery Drivers
PT Facility Service Associate
PT CSA - Flooring & OSLG
Seasonal Positions:  Assembler, Loaders, Waterers, CSA's,  and Cashiers
 
PT employees are scheduled 10-30 hours.
 
Seasonal employees are scheduled 10-39 hours per week.
 
FT employees are scheduled 10-39 hours per week.
 
Candidates must apply online at www.lowes.com/careers.  Candidates must have an email address to set up their profile.  An online assessement must also be completed.  Candidates should allow themselves at least 45 minutes to complete the assessment.
 

 

 

 


1-14-13

 

 

POSITION OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Assistant Teacher and Substitutes for the Kenton Head Start Center.

 

 

Assistant Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Assist in the day-to-day activities necessary for operation of the pre-school classroom under the direct supervision of the classroom teacher. (e.g., classroom activities, care, safety, and well being of pre-school aged children and accurate record keeping)

                                                        

Qualifications: The successful applicant should have their CDA (Child Development Associate Certification) and HS diploma/GED), which is the educational requirement for Head Start Assistant Teachers. Applicants must be willing to enroll in an Associate Degree Program in Early Childhood Education.  Should also possess good written, verbal, and computer skills.  Valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance required. Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

$7.30 to $8.74 per hour Based on Education

Excellent Benefits

9-Month / 80 hr. - Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Kenton Head Start Center

101 B. Tommy Wade Drive

Kenton, TN  38233

 Or

                                                         You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – Kenton Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

01/21/13

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 

 


1-14-13

 

 

Job Opening

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position of Cook (PT) and Substitutes for the Humboldt Head Start Center.

 

Cook (PT):

Essential Job Duties: Responsible for assisting in the preparation and serving of meals, accurate record keeping, and for maintaining a clean and sanitary kitchen area under the supervision of the Cook Supervisor.

 

Qualifications: The successful applicant should possess food preparation and service experience. Good written and verbal skills. High school diploma/GED and current Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance are required.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-Month/Part-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Humboldt Head Start Center

152 HWY 79

Humboldt-Gibson Road

Humboldt, TN  38343

Or, you may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to:

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REF: Position of Interest – Humboldt Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

1/21/13

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

 “We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 

 


1-14-13

 

 

POSITION OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Teacher and Substitutes for the Humboldt Head Start Center.

 

 

Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Day-to-day activities necessary for operation of a pre-school type classroom while ensuring program policies and procedures are being met. Must provide a safe, nurturing environment in the classroom. (e.g., classroom activities and well-being of pre-school children and accurate record keeping).                

 

Qualifications: The successful applicant should possess a Bachelor or higher degree in Early Childhood Education or related field with 18 credit hours of Early Childhood Education. Good written, verbal, and computer skills, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance are required.  Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

 

$8.74 - $14.31 per hour

(Commensurate on Education)

Excellent Benefits Package

9-Month / 80 hr. Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-11 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

 

Humboldt Head Start Center

152 Hwy 79

Humboldt-Gibson Road

Humboldt, TN  38343

or

You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest –Humboldt Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

1/16/13

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 

 


1-14-13

 

 

JOB OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Center Coordinator and Substitutes for the Fayette Head Start and Early Head Start Center.

 

Center Coordinator:

Essential Job Duties: Responsible for monitoring the day-to-day center operations as well as supervising and evaluating teaching staff in the areas of education, health services, and family involvement in a pre-school environment and/or infant – toddler center based setting. Candidate may supervise an Assistant Center Coordinator depending on location.

 

Qualifications: The successful applicant should possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field with 18 credits hours of Early Childhood Education is preferred. At least 2 years experience administering an early care and/or early childhood education program is required. Five (5) years of experience in supervision experience is required. Valid driver license, valid auto liability insurance coverage, and vehicle are required. Good written, verbal, and computer skills are required.  

 

$16.87 per hour Based on Education

Excellent Benefits Package

12-Month / Salary-Exempt / Full-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-11 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

          Fayette Head Start/Early Head Start Center

100 Thompson Drive

Moscow, TN 38057

 

Or, you may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to:

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK)

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Center Coordinator and/or Substitute – Fayette Head Start/Early Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

 

       01/21/13

 

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


1-7-13

 

 

Mammoth Cave Naitonal Park has announced openings for an education technician in the Environmental Education Office.   Applications opened 26 December and will close 10 January 2013.

 


-- 
Cheryl Messenger

Environmental Education Coordinator

Mammoth Cave National Park

P.O. Box 7

Mammoth Cave, KY 42259

Phone:    (270)  758-2441

Mobile:    (270)  597-6414

Fax:        (270)  758-2382


1-7-13   

Internship Opportunity

NEWS RELEASE    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

         USDA ● FOREST SERVICE ● Mark Twain National Forest
         401 Fairgrounds Rd. Rolla, Missouri 65401 (573) 364-4621 http://www.fs.fed.us/r9/forests/marktwain.
 

Release: 636
Contact: Nancy Feakes
Voice: 573-341-7472
Date: January 4, 2013
Kill Date: Indefinite
Email: nfeakes@fs.fed.us

MARK TWAIN NATIONAL FOREST 2013 RECREATION INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

ROLLA, Mo. -- Mark Twain National Forest in 2013 will have a number of internship opportunities for college students who have an interest in, and are majoring in, recreation management or similar fields.

Opportunities are available throughout the forest, and may be located on any one of the forest’s district offices.

In some cases, interns may work with the forest to work on one district for at least half of their internship, and then work on another district or Supervisor’s Office for another portion of their internship.

“Realizing that each university has different requirements, and each student has different goals and brings a different background and different skills to the job, we try to tailor the experience to the specific situation,” said Mark Twain National Forest Recreation Manager Nancy Feakes. “We still need to offset our investment by meeting some goals.  Not all parts of the job will be challenging or fun. At some point, you may be answering phones, surveying visitors, doing data entry or mowing lawns and cleaning toilet, those are all part of what we do.”

Feakes said the internship will be designed to be rewarding and will focus on matching intern interests with forest needs.

·         When desired, the forest will try to give a variety of tasks within the recreation field, including developed recreation operations and maintenance, trails, wilderness, and other areas.

·         When desired, the forest will also try to allow the intern to shadow or assist for a few days in one or more other functions, such as timber, engineering, fire, or wildlife.

Other Qualifications and Expectations

·         Most interns are required to pass a background check. To complete the record check, the forest will need license information and consent to check personal records at least 2-4 weeks prior to starting date.

·         Most interns are required to have a valid state driver’s license, to take defensive driving, and to have a relatively clean driving record.

·         Most recreation interns will be required to work on Saturdays, and may also work on Sundays.  Actual work schedule will be negotiated, but expect to work 4-5 days per week if you are receiving housing or a housing subsidy.

·         You will need to provide boots and suitable clothing for the job assignments, and to utilize the gloves, hard hast, and other safety gear provided.

·         Because you are representing Mark Twain National Forest, interns are expected to be on time, to be courteous and respectful to all other employees and members of the public, and to follow the same rules and protocols as forest employees.

While most opportunities are for volunteers, Mark Twain National Forest has some options to off-set or

reimburse students for some expenses they may incur as a result of their internship.

·         Some districts have housing available in a bunkhouse setting for interns who will be working in a full-time capacity not within commuting distance, which is generally 35 miles. Interns may be sharing a room with another person at least part of the time, and may be sharing the house with up to 5 others.

·         Interns who have to secure housing within commuting distance may receive reimbursement for a portion of their housing costs.

·         Interns who commute from their home and do not receive any housing assistance may receive a negotiated mileage reimbursement.

Questions about available opportunities can be directed to the recreation staff on the district(s) you are interested in, or by contacting Jane Mobley, forest manpower development specialist, jmobley@fs.fed.us or 573-996-2153 or Nancy Feakes, forest recreation manager, nfeakes@fs.fed.us or 573-341-7472.

Mark Twain National Forest is the largest public land manager in Missouri with 1.5 million acres in 29 counties in southern and central Missouri. Mark Twain National Forest’s mission is to continue to restore Missouri’s great outdoors and maintain a healthy, working forest.
For more information about the Mark Twain National Forest, go to www.fs.usda.gov/mtnf or contact your local Mark Twain National Forest office.

--USFS—

Link to this story on our website: http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/mtnf/home/?cid=STELPRDB5365130


Charlotte Wiggins
Mark Twain National Forest Public Affairs
http://www.fs.usda.gov/mtnf
401 Fairgrounds Road
Rolla, Missouri 65401
573-341-7405
Cell 573-465-3356
 

 


1-5-13

 

 

 

Probation Officer

Full-Time Probation Officer to serve Henry County area.

Applicants must be 21 years of age, with a degree and willing to be on call.

Starting salary of $ 24,835.00 with insurance and retirement. Send resume with previous

Employer contact information and references to

 

P.O.Box 633

Paris Tn, 38242

Deadline is January 18, 2013


 

 

 

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The Nashville region is home to more than 1.5 million people and 40,000 businesses. Over the past 20 years, Nashville's advantages have attracted more diverse new business from across the country than any other city its size. 

Due to this success, Nashville has become a "who's who" of corporate relocations and expansions, home to headquarter offices of HCA, Asurion, Bridgestone Americas, Nissan North America and more. Nashville added more than 14,100 jobs last year, and we wanted to share some of these opportunities with your students and recent alumni. Below are just a few of the companies that have added jobs in our area over the past year. 

If your students are interested in learning more about living in Nashville and exploring opportunities here, visit www.NashvilleJobsLink.com and www.YPNashville.org. 

 






    


211 Commerce Street, Suite 100 | Nashville, TN 37201
(615) 743-3000 | NashvilleChamber.com

Posted 12-17-12

 

 

STATE OF TENNESSEE

TREASURY DEPARTMENT

CLASS SPECIFICATION

 

 

 

Class Title                                                                                          Salary Grade

Investment Assistant                                                                          25

                       

Employee                                                                  

Vacant

 

Effective Date                                                                                    Non-Civil Service Division   

December 2012                                                                                   Investments

 

 

GENERAL CHARACTER OF DUTIES

 

Definition      

Working under the direct supervision of the Operations Manager, assists with the handling of all functions that relate to the settlement of securities for the Retirement System as well as the recordkeeping and reconciliation of the soft dollar commissions program.  The Investment Assistant will assist the Director of Short Term Investments and the Chief Investment Officer with special projects as needed.

 

Examples of Duties

 

Working closely with members of the Investment Division and the Accounting Division, assist with reporting cash to the Cash Manager for short-term investments.  Assist in reporting futures contracts, trades, and changes to custodian bank.  Assist with handling any settlement problems.  Furnish portfolio managers with asset listings and transactions reports daily.  Assist with reconciliation problems between Retirement System inventory and custodian bank.  Assist the Cash Management Division with the pledge and release of securities pledged as collateral for bank deposits.  Develop investment analysis and reporting for portfolio managers and investment analysts.  Other duties as assigned.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

 

The minimum qualification that will be considered is a Bachelor’s degree.  Experience in Finance or Accounting is preferred.  The ideal candidate will have strong computer skills and possess the ability to communicate effectively.

 

This position requires a background check and may include a criminal background check.

 


Posted 12-17-12

 

 

Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation Seeking Southeastern States Manager

Description

States in Region: AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, OH, SC, TN, and WV.

Description

The Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation is seeking a Southeastern States Manager to manage the region's state affairs. In the Southeastern region you will serve as an interface with the existing regional state legislative sportsmen's caucuses under the National Assembly of Sportsmen's Caucuses (NASC) program and respective members of the Governors Sportsmen's Caucus (GSC) program by providing counsel, tracking and disseminating information regarding relevant legislative, administrative (regulatory) and programmatic issues and caucus infrastructure. This position also serves as the lead contact for the respective state natural resource agencies, industry partners and non-governmental organizations, and includes responsibility for organizational, event planning, and fundraising assistance. The Southeastern States Manager will also serve as a point of contact for states establishing a caucus and will assist with the formation and development of regional state advisory councils.

Responsibilities

Analyze and track state legislation of interest to sportsmen.

Serve as point of contact for inquiries from legislators/conservation organizations interested in establishing a state caucus.

Serve as a clearinghouse for information relevant to state caucus legislators about sportsmen's issues, including pertinent federal regulatory/legislative issues.

Liaise and provide counsel to the various state legislative sportsmen's caucuses, GSC members and state advisory councils.

Assist with events/event planning including individual state caucus events and the NASC mid-year and annual meetings.

Represent CSF at state caucus functions, meetings, and events.

Develop content for an electronic newsletter for state issues and state caucus activity.

Facilitate communication and serve as a network between CSF partners, state and federal natural resource agencies, and members of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus, the NASC and the GSC.

Required Qualifications

Minimum of Bachelor's Degree.

Knowledge of the legislative process and experience working with state legislatures, Congress or governmental agencies.

Supporter of hunting, fishing, trapping, and professional fish and wildlife management.

Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and process objectives with little supervision.

Willingness to travel.

Proficient with Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat.

Willingness to train in Washington, DC for 6 months to a year.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, three references, transcripts and a writing sample to Kelli Wagner at kelli@sportsmenslink.org or mail to:

Location:

Southeast Region
How to apply:

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, three references, transcripts and a writing sample to Kelli Wagner at kelli@sportsmenslink.org. Or mail to:

Kelli Wagner
Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation
110 North Carolina Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 2003


Posted 12-14-12

 

 

Cabela's® to Hire 200 to Staff Louisville, Ky., Store

SIDNEY, Neb. - Cabela's Incorporated, the World's Foremost Outfitter® of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, announced Monday plans to hire about 200 full-time, part-time and seasonal employees to staff its Louisville, Ky., store slated to open next spring.

Interviews will begin in January and Cabela's expects most of the staffers to come from Louisville and the surrounding area.

To apply, visit www.cabelas.jobs, click on "Apply Now," then "United States Jobs." Then follow instructions to log in and complete the application process. Applications must be submitted online. 

Applying does not guarantee an interview. Those advancing to the next stage will be contacted by Cabela's officials to schedule an interview date and time.

"We are looking for hard-working, dedicated employees who are passionate about delivering superior customer service," said Bob Johnson, general manager of the new store who has 25 years of retail experience. "We are looking for people who are friendly, committed to working as a team and represent the outdoor lifestyle in a positive way."

The 88,000-square-foot store - Cabela's first in Kentucky - will be located at 5100 Norton Healthcare Blvd. in the Old Brownsboro Crossing development at the intersections of Interstates 265 and 71. It will feature thousands of quality outdoor products, dynamic wildlife displays, a mountain replica, Gun Library, Bargain Cave, indoor archery range and more.

Currently, Cabela's operates 40 stores across North America with plans to open an additional 12 by the end of 2014, including nine in 2013.

About Cabela's Incorporated

Cabela's Incorporated, headquartered in Sidney, Nebraska, is a leading specialty retailer, and the world's largest direct marketer, of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor merchandise. Since the Company's founding in 1961, Cabela's® has grown to become one of the most well-known outdoor recreation brands in the world, and has long been recognized as the World's Foremost Outfitter®. Through Cabela's growing number of retail stores and its well-established direct business, it offers a wide and distinctive selection of high-quality outdoor products at competitive prices while providing superior customer service. Cabela's also issues the Cabela's CLUB® Visa credit card, which serves as its primary customer loyalty rewards program. Cabela's stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "CAB".

Contact: 
Wes Remmer
308-255-1244
Cabela's Incorporated

 

 


Posted 12-14-12

Local law office seeks legal secretary

 

  The opening available at our office is a legal secretary to work 40 hours a week. Experience is not needed however, it would be preferable. Computer and organizational skills are required. Preferably someone who either has a background in the legal field or looking to get into it.  For more information please email careerdevelopment@bethelu.edu

 


Posted 12-14-12

 


 

Posted 12-14-12

 

 

We currently have a full-time employment opportunity at the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities (SCGSAH). SCGSAH is a public residential high school for the state’s emerging artists.  The nine-month residential high school is modeled after a master-apprentice community.  Arts concentrations include Creative Writing, Dance, Drama, Music and Visual Arts.

 

Because our students live in the campus community, we have live-in staff positions for the duration of the programs.  The live-in residential life staff oversee the day-to-day functions of student life, with evening hours being the primary focus.  The general responsibilities of the residential life staff include planning and chaperoning daily activities for students, acting as a mentor to students as they deal with being away from home, and providing for the general well-being of students.  All positions include room and board.  Applicants should refer to the state’s e-recruitment website to apply:

http://www.jobs.sc.gov/OHR/OHR-jobs-portal-index.phtm


Posted 12-13-12

 

Paid Internship Opportunity

 


Posted 12-13-12

 

 

POSITION OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Assistant Teacher and Substitutes for the Weakley County Head Start Center.

 

 

Assistant Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Assist in the day-to-day activities necessary for operation of the pre-school classroom under the direct supervision of the classroom teacher. (e.g., classroom activities, care, safety, and well being of pre-school aged children and accurate record keeping)

                                                        

Qualifications: The successful applicant should have their CDA (Child Development Associate Certification) and HS diploma/GED), which is the educational requirement for Head Start Assistant Teachers. Applicants must be willing to enroll in an Associate Degree Program in Early Childhood Education.  Should also possess good written, verbal, and computer skills.  Valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance required. Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

 

$7.30 to $8.74 per hour Based on Education

Excellent Benefits

9-Month / 80 hr. - Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-11 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Weakley County Head Start Center

231 S Wilson Street

Dresden, TN  38225

 

 

You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – Weakley County Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

12/26/12

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 


Posted 12-13-12

 

 

Telephone Sales Account Managers

Four Seasons Sales and Service, Inc. in Paris, TN is adding to our internal telephone sales force.  The successful candidates will undergo a period of structured in house training.  When trained they will provide personalized customer service and sales to their assigned customers as well as adding to their base through researching leads for  new customers and cold call sales.  Basic duties include maintaining existing sales through outstanding customer service, growing sales by applying proper sales techniques and informing customers of various company provided services, obtaining new business through researching leads and cold calling potential customers.

Skills/Qualifications:

·        Prior sales/customer service experience/education and/or training preferred

·        Positive outgoing personality and the ability to convincingly communicate with strangers over the telephone

·        Strong computer skills are necessary in Microsoft Office products, especially Excel and Word

·        Good math skills will be needed in performing the job

·        Good voice quality, phone etiquette, excellent written and oral communication skills, and agile computer skills are required

·        Must be capable of analyzing information, exercising good judgment and following protocol and procedures, as well as abiding by company policies.

·        CRC testing is required, will be administered by the Career Centers, and candidates must make required minimal scores.

Applications will only be accepted through the TN Career Center at 1023 Mineral Wells Avenue #F in Paris, TN 38242-4938.  Do not call or apply in person at Four Seasons.

The TN Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development is an equal opportunity employer/program; auxiliary aids and services are available upon request.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Posted 12-3-12

 

 

Ad for Teacher:

R.E.A.L. Hope Youth Center is seeking a part-time, energetic person to work with fifth/six grade students in the after-school enrichment program.  A minimum of two years full-time experience in working with elementary age children is required.  Organization, effective classroom management skills, a sense of humor, and a real love for children are necessary.  25-29 hours a week during the school year, with days off when schools are closed.  For consideration, please send a typed cover letter explaining qualifications, a resume, and names with contact phone numbers of three professional references to PO Box 283, Paris, TN 38242.  Review of resumes will begin November 28.  For more information, call 731-333-1320, 2:00-6:30 pm.  R.E.A.L. Hope is an equal opportunity employer. 

 

 


Posted 12-3-12

 

 

 

KDFWR is advertising the following non merit (150.061 Grant Funded, Time Limited) Wildlife Division position in Meade County (Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation Area) and encourages all interested KDFWR employees to apply and contact Charlie Logsdon (see below).

 

Be advised that any interested employee will need to visit http://personnel.ky.gov/default.htm to complete or update an online application and to apply for this non merit position.   

 

Supervisors:  Please post or distribute to all field personnel.

 

 

Auto req ID

25396BR

Job Title :

8071 ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST I

Title Code :

9611

Minimum Requirement - Primary Education :

Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor's degree.

Minimum Requirement - Primary Experience :

None

Education Substitution :

None

Experience Substitution :

Administrative, business, research or clerical experience will substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis.

Special Requirements :

None

Agency :

50 - Tourism, Arts, & Heritage Cabinet

Department/Division/Branch/Address :

KY Dept of Fish and Wildlife Resources
Wildlife Division
1 Sportsman's Lane
Frankfort, KY 40601

Location :

Meade County

Agency Contact :

Email only, please, to charles.logsdon@ky.gov

# of Vacancies :

1

Position Type :

Grant Funded Time Limited

Work Schedule :

1st Shift

Vacancy Type :

N/A

Work Week :

37.5 hr/wk

Pay Grade :

09

Salary Range:

Pay Grade 09 (MIN-MID) $21,886.80 - $28,994.64 yearly at 37.5 hour work week

Special Entrance Rate :

No

Description of Job Duties

This is a grant funded time-limited (GFTL) position. This means it is a position that is paid entirely as the result of a grant. The duration of employment shall not exceed the life of the grant that funds the position. An employee appointed to a GFTL position is required to meet the minimum requirements for the classification. Further, an employee appointed to a GFTL position is designated as an unclassified (non-merit) employee. A GFTL employee is eligible to receive benefits at the same level as a classified (merit) employee in a permanent position.

See Characteristics of the Class

Selection Method :

Qualifying

Group :

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

Characteristics of the Class :

Provides beginning professional level support in the review, evaluation, development and implementation of agency's activities; and performs other duties as required.

Typical Working Conditions and Unique Physical Requirements :

Work is typically performed in an office setting.

Additional Requirements :

Applicants and employees in this classification may be required to submit to a drug screening test and background check.

Post Date :

11/28/2012

Post Ending Date :

12/07/2012

 

 

 


Posted 12-3-12

 

Internship opportunity

 

The Aldo Leopold Foundation is now accepting applications for two land stewardship internships. This nine-month internship provides hands-on experience and practical on the ground management coupled with the Leopold land ethic philosophy. This experience is designed to train interns using the Aldo Leopold Foundation property, which serves as an outdoor classroom, to become proficient in land management tasks and develop awareness to make informed management decisions. Stewardship interns will be expected to be actively involved in all aspects of management. 

Learn more about the internship on our website or email Alanna Koshollek for more details. Or just download the 2013 Internship Announcement and application materials. Applications must be postmarked by Jan. 4. We'd love to have you on our team!

 


Posted 11-28-12

 

 

JOB OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position of Center Custodian for the Tipton County Head Start and Early Head Start Center.

 

Essential Job Duties: Responsibilities include cleaning and general maintenance of Head Start and/or Early Head Start center and playground.  Must ensure the building and grounds are attractive, well maintained and meet all required codes both environmental and fire. Must be able to operate both indoor and outdoor heavy cleaning equipment and the use of chemicals and other cleaning products.  Required to prepare and submit paperwork by established deadlines.  Required to work harmoniously and effectively with center staff, parents and children.

 

Qualifications: Custodial/maintenance experience is desired.  Applicant must have a high school diploma or GED.  Applicant must have a valid Tennessee Driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance.  

 

 $8.17 per hour

11-Month /80 hr. Biweekly/Full-time Position  

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Tipton County Head Start & Early Head Start Center

410 Alston Street

Covington, TN 38019

Or

You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to:

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson, Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REF:  Center Custodian – Tipton County Head Start/Early Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

12/10/12

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 


Posted 11-27-12

 

CLOSED

Recent grads or December grads interested in applying for a full time job in Carroll County as an assistant to HR/Accountant should send their resumes to stoneh@bethelu.edu

(Must have degree)


Posted 11-26-12

 

 

POSITION OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Teacher and Substitutes for the Lauderdale Head Start and Early Head Start Center and Tipton County Head Start and Early Head Start Center.

 

 

Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Day-to-day activities necessary for operation of a pre-school type classroom while ensuring program policies and procedures are being met. Must provide a safe, nurturing environment in the classroom. (e.g., classroom activities and well-being of pre-school children and accurate record keeping)

 

Qualifications: The successful applicant should possess a Bachelor or higher degree in Early Childhood Education or related field with 18 credit hours of Early Childhood Education. Good written, verbal, and computer skills, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance are required.  Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

 

$8.74 - $14.31 per hour

(Commensurate on Education)

Excellent Benefits Package

9-Month / 80 hr. Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-11 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Lauderdale Head Start and Early Head Start Center

142 Nelson Street

Ripley, TN  38063

 

OR

 

Tipton County Head Start and Early Head Start Center

410 Alston Street

Covington, TN  38019

 

You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – Lauderdale Head Start/Early Head Start Center and/or Tipton County Head Start/Early Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

11/30/12

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 


Posted 11-26-12

 

 

POSITION OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Assistant Teacher and Substitutes for the Lauderdale Head Start and Early Head Start Center.

 

 

Assistant Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Assist in the day-to-day activities necessary for operation of the pre-school classroom under the direct supervision of the classroom teacher. (e.g., classroom activities, care, safety, and well being of pre-school aged children and accurate record keeping)

                                                        

Qualifications: The successful applicant should have their CDA (Child Development Associate Certification) and HS diploma/GED), which is the educational requirement for Head Start Assistant Teachers. Applicants must be willing to enroll in an Associate Degree Program in Early Childhood Education.  Should also possess good written, verbal, and computer skills.  Valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance required. Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

$7.30 to $8.74 per hour Based on Education

Excellent Benefits

9-Month / 80 hr. - Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-11 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Lauderdale Head Start and Early Head Start Center

142 Nelson Street

Ripley, TN  38063

 

 

You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – Lauderdale Head Start/Early Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

12/3/12

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 


Posted 11-20-12

 

 


 

Posted 11-20-12

 

 


Posted 11-19-12  

 

Erwin Marine Seeks Sales General Manager For Huntsville, Alabama

 

With Headquarters in Chattanooga, TN, www.erwinmarinesales.com seeks a General Manager for its facility serving Huntsville, AL. Recently completed a full service showroom, 8.5 ac, 200 slip Dry Storage building all bordering the Tennessee River and a development plan for a 160 Wet Slip Marina. Huntsville is a technology community with a population of 342,000 having an average household income of $72,400 and an unemployment rate of 6.9%. The community is supported by an award winning public and private education system. The combined cost of living index is a low 92.5. If your career interest is in the recreational marine industry, then you need to consider Huntsville, AL on the Tennessee River as a great place to live and raise your family.

We offer a challenging opportunity to manage a complete business as well as the New and Used boat sales staff. You'll be supported by a corporate staff based in Chattanooga, TN. If you have demonstrated successful experience as a General Manager, Asst. GM or Sales Manager in a Marine, Recreational Vehicle or Automobile Dealership, you may be a candidate for the position we offer. Submit your resume with a cover letter on why this opportunity is important to you to pdeal@erwinmarinesales.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . No telephone calls please. Applicants can expect a timely, confidential response. 

Erwin Marine Sales Huntsville, LLC is a full line Brunswick Dealer selling Sea Ray Boats and Yachts, Meridian Yachts, Bayliner Sport Boats and Harris pontoons. Erwin Marine Sales is a privately owned dealer approaching 35 years of business. The company is an equal opportunity employer offering a full range of employee benefits including a group medical plan.


Posted 11-19-12

 

 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA

Department of Game and Inland Fisheries

 

Notification of Vacancy

 

Hourly Position – No Benefits

 

November 5, 2012

 

Aquatic Conservation & Angling Strategy Coordinator                                       Position No. 40104

(Natural Resource Specialist III)

 

Location:                                                                                                                4010 W. Broad Street

                                                                                                                        Richmond, Virginia  23230

 

Expected Hiring Range:                                                                                      $20.00 - $25.00 Hourly

 

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

This position facilitates the development and implementation of a successful aquatic conservation and angling strategy through coordination and implementation of the joint Trout Unlimited/DGIF Trout in the Classroom program and the Fishing Education in the Schools program. Accomplish initiatives for a variety of programs and events for constituents that have limited or no experience in angling or conservation. Works cooperatively with other agencies and organizations to develop, promote and implement angling skills and aquatic conservation events.  Develops and administers an annual budget.  Assists in the procurement of goods and services. Maintains an inventory of instructional supplies and materials, and ensures delivery of such materials as needed to support educational programs.  Facilitates the alignment of Trout in the Classroom curriculum with Virginia SOLs. 

 

This position will also be required to perform administrative tasks, which include organizing and maintaining a calendar for meetings; maintaining an accurate spreadsheet inventory of participants; communicate effectively and diplomatically with public and state representatives, both orally and in written form; securing grants to support angling strategy initiatives; and coordinating production of the newsletter and website material in accordance with state policy.

 

QUALIFICATION GUIDE:

Considerable knowledge of environmental and angling education principles / practices and instructional methods used for teaching youths and adults in and out of the classroom.  Comprehensive skill in word processing and in the use of Microsoft Office Suite software to include; MS Word, Excel, Access and Powerpoint. Demonstrated ability to plan, develop, conduct, and evaluate educational programs; develop educational materials and exhibits; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; recommend solutions to difficult, complex or unusual problems; develop effective working relationships with teachers, educators, and other personnel, both inside and outside the Agency; and demonstrated knowledge in platform and workshop facilitation skills.

                                                                         

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with course work in wildlife resource management, education, outdoor recreation, environmental studies or a related field. Professional experience in education, outdoor recreation, conservation, or a related field.  An equivalent combination of training and experience, with demonstration of skills, knowledge and abilities may substitute for education and experience.  A valid Virginia driver’s license is required. Position will require some overnight travel. A criminal history and background check will be conducted. A cover letter is required with application.

 

Must Apply Online at http://jobs.virginia.gov by 5:00 p.m., November 30, 2012

 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT, PROGRAMS AND FACILITIES

 


Posted 11-16-12

 

 

R.E.A.L. Hope Youth Center is seeking a part-time, energetic person to work with fifth/six grade students in the after-school enrichment program.  A minimum of two years full-time experience in working with elementary age children is required.  Organization, effective classroom management skills, a sense of humor, and a real love for children are necessary.  25-29 hours a week during the school year, with days off when schools are closed.  For consideration, please send a typed cover letter explaining qualifications, a resume, and names with contact phone numbers of three professional references to PO Box 283, Paris, TN 38242.  Review of resumes will begin November 28.  For more information, call 731-333-1320, 2:00-6:30 pm.  R.E.A.L. Hope is an equal opportunity employer.   


Posted 11-16-12

 

 

Job Title:

Independent Sales Rep.

 

 

Level/Salary Range:

Commission based on % of profit

Position Type:

Part-time/Independent

Will Train Applicant(s):

Yes

Website:

www.willpromo.com

To Apply, Please   E-mail:

jwill@willenterprises.biz

 

 

Attention:  Jason Will, Program Administrator

University Division

 

University-Logo (2)

Will Enterprises works cooperatively with the student and their university, providing professional development and income opportunity.

 

Job Description

This is an independent sales position for our university division. The student will work directly with the program manager who will provide the student with anything they may need.  Will Enterprises offers custom apparel and promotional items at the lowest prices with the fastest turnaround time. The student rep will be responsible for obtaining new business and working with clients to provide pricing and service.

 

Job Purpose: Establish and Develop New Account Relationships

Duties:

·         Establish new accounts by planning/organizing daily work schedule to call on potential sales outlets

·         Provides quotes by referring to price lists and product literature

·         Service existing accounts, obtains orders, and submit orders to corporate office

·         Provides customer service to clients for order fulfillment and billing

·         Keeps management informed by submitting activity and results reports

·         Maintain records on area and customer sales

 

Skills/Qualifications:

·         Customer Service, Closing Skills, Prospecting Skills, Negotiation, Market Analysis, Product Knowledge, Presentation Skills, Client Relationships, Motivation for Sales

 

 



Posted 11-15-12

 

CSF Seeks Southeastern States Manager
The Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation is seeking a Southeastern States Manager to manage the region's state affairs. In the Southeastern region you will serve as an interface with the existing regional state legislative sportsmen's caucuses under the National Assembly of Sportsmen's Caucuses (NASC) program and respective members of the Governors Sportsmen's Caucus (GSC) program by providing counsel, tracking and disseminating information regarding relevant legislative, administrative (regulatory) and programmatic issues and caucus infrastructure. This position also serves as the lead contact for the respective state natural resource agencies, industry partners and non-governmental organizations, and includes responsibility for organizational, event planning, and fundraising assistance. The Southeastern States Manager will also serve as a point of contact for states establishing a caucus and will assist with the formation and development of regional state advisory councils.

Responsibilities
Analyze and track state legislation of interest to sportsmen.
Serve as point of contact for inquiries from legislators/conservation organizations interested in establishing a state caucus.
Serve as a clearinghouse for information relevant to state caucus legislators about sportsmen's issues, including pertinent federal regulatory/legislative issues.
Liaise and provide counsel to the various state legislative sportsmen's caucuses, GSC members and state advisory councils.
Assist with events/event planning including individual state caucus events and the NASC mid-year and annual meetings.
Represent CSF at state caucus functions, meetings, and events.
Develop content for an electronic newsletter for state issues and state caucus activity.
Facilitate communication and serve as a network between CSF partners, state and federal natural resource agencies, and members of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus, the NASC and the GSC.

Required Qualifications
Minimum of Bachelor's Degree.
Knowledge of the legislative process and experience working with state legislatures, Congress or governmental agencies.
Supporter of hunting, fishing, trapping, and professional fish and wildlife management.
Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and process objectives with little supervision.
Willingness to travel.
Proficient with Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat.
Willingness to train in Washington, DC for 6 months to a year.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, three references, transcripts and a writing sample to Kelli Wagner at kelli@sportsmenslink.org or mail to:

Kelli Wagner
Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation
110 North Carolina Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 2003
Contact: 
Cole Henry
cole@sportsmenslink.org
202.543.6850 x 19
 

 


Posted 11-15-12

 

 

 

KDFWR is advertising the following permanent full time Information and Education Division position in Bell County and encourages all interested KDFWR employees to apply and contact John Coffey (see below).

 

Be advised that any interested employee will need to visit http://personnel.ky.gov/default.htm to complete or update an online application and to apply for this position.   This includes employees considering a lateral transfer or voluntary demotion.

 

Supervisors:  Please post or distribute to all field personnel.

 

 

Auto req ID

25218BR

Job Title :

21000102 CONSERVATION EDUCATOR I

Title Code :

71830A

Minimum Requirement - Primary Education :

Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor's degree in a biological science, education, recreation, or related field.

Minimum Requirement - Primary Experience :

None

Education Substitution :

None

Experience Substitution :

None

Special Requirements :

Must be 21 years old, possess a valid Kentucky driver's license.

Pre-Employment Requirements:

None

Post Employment Requirements :

Must maintain a valid Kentucky driver's license for the length of employment in this job. Must obtain either a hunting or fishing license issued by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, a Hunter Education Card, and a certification in first aid and CPR during the first six months of employment. Must maintain certification for length of employment in this job.

Agency :

50 - Tourism, Arts, & Heritage Cabinet

Department/Division/Branch/Address :

Ky Dept of Fish and Wildlife Resources
Information and Education Division
1 Sportsman's Lane
Frankfort, KY 40601

Location :

Bell County

Agency Contact :

John Coffey (859) 358-5175 or john.coffey@ky.gov

# of Vacancies :

1

Position Type :

Full-time Merit (18A)

Work Schedule :

1st Shift

Vacancy Type :

Competitive - Open To All Candidates

Work Week :

37.5 hr/wk

Pay Grade :

12

Salary Range:

Pay Grade 12 (MIN-MID) $29,129.28 - $38,588.64 yearly at 37.5 hour work week

Special Entrance Rate :

NO

Description of Job Duties

See Characteristics of the Class. Preferred candidates will have experience in classroom teaching, working with youth, wildlife and/or nature interpretation or hunting/fishing programs. Prefer candidates with at least one certification in hunter education, first aid/CPR and/or lifeguarding.

Please note: the successful candidate for this position will be required to live and work at one or more residential summer camps for eleven weeks during the summer.

Selection Method :

Qualifying: All candidates who apply and meet the minimum requirements are eligible for placement on the register for hiring consideration.

Group :

AGRICULTURAL AND WILDLIFE SCIENCES

Characteristics of the Class :

Performs beginning level work in the presentation of conservation education programs or outdoor skills programs; learns to teach and conduct conservation education programs or outdoor skills programs including hunter education courses, boating education courses, aquatic education courses, archery or other shooting skills courses; represents KDFWR at community events; and performs other duties as required.

Typical Working Conditions and Unique Physical Requirements :

Work is performed in an outdoor classroom setting and on outdoor firing ranges. Must be able to use firearms and archery equipment safely and proficiently, lift heavy objects, carry 25 pounds of equipment several hundred yards, and operate outdoors during inclement weather. May work in residential camp setting with 200 campers per week. Must be able to run, stoop, bend, push, pull, and lift heavy object or child from an unsafe place and traverse rugged terrain.

Additional Requirements :

Applicants and employees in this job may be required to submit to a drug screening test and background check.

Post Date :

11/14/2012

Post Ending Date :

11/23/2012

 

 


Posted 11-7-12

 

 

JOB OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Teacher and Substitutes for the Lauderdale Head Start and Early Head Start Center.

 

Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Day-to-day activities necessary for operation of a pre-school type classroom while ensuring program policies and procedures are being met. Must provide a safe, nurturing environment in the classroom. (e.g., classroom activities and well-being of pre-school children and accurate record keeping)

 

Qualifications: The successful applicant should possess a Bachelor or higher degree in Early Childhood Education or related field with 18 credit hours of Early Childhood Education. Good written, verbal, and computer skills, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance are required.  Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

 

$8.74 - $14.31 per hour

(Commensurate on Education)

Excellent Benefits Package

9-Month / 80 hr. Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-11 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

 

Lauderdale Head Start and Early Head Start Center

142 Nelson Street

Ripley, TN  38063

 

You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – Lauderdale Head Start and Early Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

11/19/12

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 


Posted 11-7-12

 

 

                                           State of Tennessee                                          

                                          Treasury Department                                      

                                           Class Specification                                         

                                                                                                                              

Class Title                                                                              Salary Grade

Service Counselor 1                                                                023

 

Effective Date                                                                        Non-Civil Service Division

July, 2012                                                                                Member Services

                                                                                                (Benefits and Prior Service)

 

General Character of Duties

 

Definition:  Under the general supervision of the Supervisors of Retirement Benefits and Prior Service, is responsible for professional retirement work of routine difficulty and performs related work as required.

 

Example of Duties and Responsibilities

 

1.      Determines member’s eligibility for retirement benefits; calculates monthly benefit amount by computing average salary and creditable service; reviews and adjusts retiree benefits for reasons of errors or revision of information; keys input data to CRIS; maintains records of benefits completed through the TRACS benefits file.

 

2.      Reviews and records temporary and limited re-employment reports and responds to members’ requests, telephone inquiries; contacts personnel departments for verification of leave, salary, etc. 

 

3.      Studies retirement laws relative to membership and prior service; contacts employers and former employees by telephone and mail regarding membership eligibility, classification, certification and creditability of service; composes and answers correspondence, calculates cost of prior service; organizes, records and maintains prior service payments and service credit; audits and determines membership eligibility of former employees; certifies service for out of state retirement systems.

 

4.      Responsible for calculating a minimum of twenty (20) retirement benefits per week and completing prior service billings within 4 weeks of receipt.

 

5.      Maintains a minimum accuracy rate on retirement benefits and prior service billings of 70%.

 

6.      Provides quality customer service to members by phone and in the office in a courteous and professional manner.

 

7.      Performs other duties as assigned by the Supervisors of Retirement Benefits and Prior Service.

 

 

Minimum Qualifications

Education and Experience:  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in a financial related area.

 

Criminal background check and social security trace is required.


 


 

Posted 10-29-12

 


 

Posted 10-25-12

 

 

JOB OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start and Early Head Start Program is now accepting applications for the position of EHS Teacher/Family Advocate for the Lauderdale Head Start/Early Head Start Center.

 

EHS Teacher/Family Advocate:

Essential Job Duties:  Day-to-day activities necessary for operation of an infant, toddler or two year old classroom while ensuring program policies and procedures are being met.  Must provide a safe, nurturing environment in the classroom (e.g. classroom activities and well-being of infants and toddlers and accurate record keeping).  Ensure full enrollment is achieved and maintained.  Ensure family goals are developed; maintain support and communication and ensure children receive required health services and all follow-up.

 

Qualifications: HS Diploma/GED, good written, verbal, and computer skills, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location required.  An Infant/Toddler CDA is preferred, but if hired, individual will be required to complete within a designated time.  Experience and/or training in working with infant/toddler children is desired.

$8.74 - $11.25 per hour

 Commensurate on Education

Excellent Benefits

11-Month / 80 hr. Biweekly/Full-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9 - 11 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Lauderdale Head Start/Early Head Start

142 Nelson Street

Ripley, TN  38063

 

Or

 

You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application mailed,

 faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK):

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – Lauderdale Head Start/Early Head Start

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

11/05/12

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”


Posted 10-25-12

 

 

JOB OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Teacher and Substitutes for the Weakley County Head Start Center.

 

Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Day-to-day activities necessary for operation of a pre-school type classroom while ensuring program policies and procedures are being met. Must provide a safe, nurturing environment in the classroom. (e.g., classroom activities and well-being of pre-school children and accurate record keeping)

 

Qualifications: The successful applicant should possess a Bachelor or higher degree in Early Childhood Education or related field with 18 credit hours of Early Childhood Education. Good written, verbal, and computer skills, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance are required.  Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

 

$8.74 - $14.31 per hour

(Commensurate on Education)

Excellent Benefits Package

9-Month / 80 hr. Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

 

Weakley County Head Start Center

231 S. Wilson Street

Dresden, TN  38225

 

OR

 

You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – Weakley County Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

10/29/12

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 


Posted 10-25-12

 

 

JOB OPENING

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position(s) of Teacher, Infant-Toddler Floater (PT) and Substitutes for the Miles Head Start and Early Head Start Center.

 

Teacher:

Essential Job Duties: Day-to-day activities necessary for operation of a pre-school type classroom while ensuring program policies and procedures are being met. Must provide a safe, nurturing environment in the classroom. (e.g., classroom activities and well-being of pre-school children and accurate record keeping)

 

Qualifications: The successful applicant should possess a Bachelor or higher degree in Early Childhood Education or related field with 18 credit hours of Early Childhood Education. Good written, verbal, and computer skills, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance are required.  Experience and/or training in working with pre-school children is desired.

 

$8.74 - $14.31 per hour

(Commensurate on Education)

Excellent Benefits Package

9-Month / 80 hr. Biweekly / Full-time Position

 

 

Infant-Toddler Floater (PT):

Essential Job Duties: Assist in the day-to-day activities necessary for operation of the infant and toddler classroom(s) under the direct supervision of the classroom teacher. (e.g., classroom activities, care, safety, and well being of small children and accurate record keeping)

                                                        

Qualifications: HS diploma/GED, good written, verbal, and computer skills, a current Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance are required. Experience and/or training in working with infant/toddlers is desired.

 

$7.30 per hour

No  Benefits

11-Month /Part-time Position

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-11 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

 

Miles Head Start and Early Head Start Center

1015 E. College Street

Union City, TN  38261

 

OR

 

You may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application

mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to

 

(YOU MUST SUBMIT AN ORIGINAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT

TO VERIFY ANY RELEVANT COURSEWORK:

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REFERENCE: Position of Interest – Miles Head Start and Early Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

10/29/12

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

(ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE SUBMITTED

 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANY POSITION.)

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

“We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 


Posted 10-16-12

 

 

Mammoth Cave National Park will open a vacancy announcement Monday, 10/15/12, for a Natural Resources Management Specialist, GS-401-12.  The position will be a TERM Appointment NTE 13 months.  However, appointment is based on available funding from year to year and could possibly be extended up to four years.  The position is located with the Division of Science and Resource Management at Mammoth Cave National Park.  All applications/resumes must be submitted on-line no later than 10/29/12.  For additional information, contact the HR Office at Mammoth Cave National Park
(270) 758-2172 or (270) 758-2173.  
Jackie G. Johnson
Human Resources Specialist
Western-ASU, Mammoth Cave National Park
P.O. Box 7
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky 42259
(270) 758-2172
(270) 758-2591 (fax)


 

Posted 10-15-12

Internship Opportunity

 


Posted 10-15-12

 

 


Posted 10-10-12

 

 

 

Cowart Reese Sargent, CPAs

 

 

 

 

Full Charge Bookkeeper

 

Applicants must be familiar and experienced in processing automated bookkeeping, including data entry, bank reconciliations, payroll and payroll tax returns and sales tax return preparation, as well as the ability to analyze client general ledger, make journal entries and prepare financial statements. Experience with Creative Solutions, QuickBooks and other accounting software is beneficial. Strong communication, organizational and customer service skills are essential. The ideal candidate will have, at minimum, an Associates degree and  5+ years experience. Send resume to Cowart Reese Sargent CPAs, 309 N. Market St., Paris, TN 38242. No Phone Calls Please.

***Experience Required

 


Posted 10-9-12

 

 

Career Athletes is excited to announce the start of recruitment for the Spring 2013 On-Campus Internship. Please forward this email to your student-athletes, administrators, coaches and other athletic/academic personnel so no one will miss out on this awesome opportunity.  Learn more here.


Interns will...
+ Get hands-on experience utilizing social media
+ Be an influencer on campus, motivating teammates and peers
+ Learn how to communicate effectively, both in person & in writing
+ Gain professional development and experience
+ Work 2-3 hours of per week, all done on your own time

How do you apply?
+ Email madison@careerathletes.com with your resume attached


Posted 10-8-12

 


Posted 10-4-12

Job Opening

 

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council’s Head Start/Early Head Start program is now accepting applications for the position of Cook (PT) and Substitutes for the Humboldt Head Start Center.

 

Cook (PT):

Essential Job Duties: Responsible for assisting in the preparation and serving of meals, accurate record keeping, and for maintaining a clean and sanitary kitchen area under the supervision of the Cook Supervisor.

 

Qualifications: The successful applicant should possess food preparation and service experience. Good written and verbal skills. High school diploma/GED and current Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance are required.

 

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9-Month/Part-time Position

 

Substitute:

Essential Job Duties:  Responsible for reporting to assigned area as scheduled and performing required duties as determined by the area of Education, Nutrition and/or Transportation in which the applicant is placed.  Must be able to follow directions by supervisor, maintain orderly arrangement of area, establish positive relationships with children and/or staff, participate in assigned staff training, preserve the confidentiality and integrity of all program information and perform other duties as assigned by direct supervisor. 

 

Qualifications:  The successful applicant should possess experience and/or training in working with preschool children and possess a nurturing personality and patient disposition.  All Substitute candidates must have a high school diploma/GED, valid Tennessee driver’s license and vehicle with liability insurance and access to transportation to and from work location.  In addition, transportation substitute candidates must have a current commercial driver’s license with PS endorsement; current medical examiner’s certification (CDL physical card); first aid/CPR certification. Qualifications may vary depending on the area of work of the assigned position.

$7.30 per hour

No Benefits

9 Month/Part-time Position

 

Applications may be picked up locally at:

Humboldt Head Start Center

152 HWY 79

Humboldt-Gibson Road

Humboldt, TN  38343

Or, you may call 731-364-3228, ext. 124 to have an application mailed, faxed, or emailed to you for your convenience.

 

**Submit Complete Applications to:

Northwest Tennessee Economic Development Council

Head Start/Early Head Start Program

231 South Wilson Street

Dresden, TN 38225

Attn: Human Resource Department, Suite 212

REF: Position of Interest – Humboldt Head Start Center

 

**Applications for this specific position will be accepted until

10/22/12

 However, this program accepts employment applications on an on-going basis.

 

We are an equal opportunity employer!

 “We Make a Difference!”

 

 

 

.

 


Posted 10-4-12

Deadline to is October 7th!  Click here to apply


Posted 10-1-12

 

 

Garmin International Has Opening for Media Relations Specialist

Now seeking: Dreamers. In marketing communications, we dream it and create it.

All of the company's promotional and communication needs are completed in-house by these "creatives" in an advertising agency-based set-up. This includes everything from advertising, promotions and print production to media relations, exhibition coordination and website maintenance. Everyone from artists, writers, designers, media buyers, event coordinators, video producers/editors and public relations specialists work together to bring campaigns and product-centric promotions to life. If you're a dreamer, gather up your portfolio and show us your vision.

Online, in-store, in-house...our interactive team creates amazing experiences anyplace the customer might be. You'll be involved with your project from concept through development, working with quirky, creative people who are always coming up with compelling new ways to tell people about Garmin products.

We are looking for a Media Relations Specialist for our team in Olathe, Kansas. Garmin's Media Relations Specialist is responsible for driving awareness of Garmin's business segment products and demonstrate their unique advantages of compelling design, superior quality, and best value and helping make Garmin the global leader within the outdoor business segment market. 

Other essential functions for this role include:
• Maintain and grow relationships with media contacts and other influencers throughout the business segment industry
• Work closely with Garmin's Business Segment Board to develop and execute PR strategies and programs that are aligned with the segment's goals
• Communicate a deep understanding of Garmin's business segment product line and the competitive landscape
• Assist Garmin's Social Media Manager in developing business segment content for the company's social media channels
• Assist the Corporate Communications team and Marketing Communications department in other markets and areas as needs arise

Qualifications

Qualified candidates for this role will possess a Bachelor's Degree in Public Relations, Communications, Journalism, English, or related field and exhibits outstanding professionalism, judgment, and integrity. Excellent verbal and presentation skills, compelling writing skills and knowledge of Associated Press style guidelines, and a willingness to travel to trade shows and media events. We're seeking a highly organized self-starter able to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines for this role!

Candidates who are familiar with consumer electronics in general and outdoors electronics in particular, possess a passion for the outdoors, and experience with social media are preferred.

At Garmin, we like to laugh, have fun and work hard. It comes easily when you work on cool products with hard-working individuals who share the same passion. We offer numerous opportunities to get involved - kickball anyone? - and believe strongly in a work-life balance so your creativity can flow.

Garmin offers one of the most comprehensive compensation and benefit plans around. We offer extensive health care coverage with little to no contributions, depending on the plan. Plus, we offer company-paid dental insurance, stock options, a 401k plan, a pension plan....trust us, it doesn't get much better than this. Unless of course, you want to talk table tennis, fitness spaces, product discounts....come on, what are you waiting for? Apply today.

EEO/AA


Posted 9-25-12

 

 

STATE OF TENNESSEE

TREASURY DEPARTMENT

CLASS SPECIFICATION

 

Class Title                                                                              Salary Grade/Range

Information Systems Analyst 3                                              24 ($39,312-$62,904)

Functional Title

Business/Quality Assurance Analyst

Employee(s)                                                                           Position Number

Vacant                                                                                    

Effective Date                                                                        Non-Civil Service Division

August 30, 2012                                                                     Information Systems

 

SUMMARY

Under the general supervision of the Relationship Manager to perform the activities involved in proactively identifying process improvement and technology needs of the business area; gathering and documenting business requirements along with developing and executing testing tasks for application enhancements and/or new applications; serving as liaison between the business area and the Information Systems (IS) Division.  

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES

This is a Business Analyst position whose business knowledge should be on par with business units of Treasury.  Position is proactive in seeking solutions to help business units in achieving objectives.  This position “translates” business need into technology solutions, verifies and validates the solutions, and collaborates heavily with project team members, including application development and application support to provide the highest level of customer satisfaction. 

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1.       Customer Technical Advice & Guidance– Technology point of contact for business areas explaining and interpreting IS policies and procedures, negotiating solutions to complex problems and disseminating technical information.  Provides technical advice and guidance to business area such as agency information systems planning, determination of technology components and evaluation of agency service delivery.  Acts as technical resource to users of systems within business areas and facilitates process improvement discussions with customer and/or project teams.

2.       Requirements Gathering & Documentation – Facilitates meetings and/or design sessions to validate, prioritize, and document specific requirements for application enhancements and/or new development.  Works with the user team, the project team, the quality assurance team, and the development team to create documentation suitable for their use, including process diagrams, UML models, use cases, business, functional, and non-functional requirements.

3.       Process Improvement & Workflow Management – Proactively gather information regarding business processes for review and analysis by a Process Improvement team.  Create documentation, and diagrams to assist in the analysis of a process.  Develop the workflow to integrate and automate the defined solution.

4.       Quality Assurance Processes – Creates scalable QA processes for use on all projects; enforces adherence.  Establishes and enforces compliance of quality standards to ensure that all information system products and services meet standards and requirements

5.       Quality Assurance for Application Enhancements and New Application Development – Ensures testing is complete, accurate and measured according to specifications

6.       Quality Assurance for Application Documentation and Development Processes – Ensures system documentation is accurate and complete; ensures structured development methodologies

7.       Defect Tracking – Reports on and maintains defect tracking for all tests

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Graduation from an accredited college or university with a B.S. in Information Systems or Computer Science or a minimum of 2 years in a business unit (or comparable business) to be supported with B.A. in Accounting or Business Administration, or Management.

In addition, a minimum of 3 years of experience in any of the following (1) business analysis, systems analysis, systems training, systems design, technical support, applications programming, network design, or telecommunications design or (2) leading, supervising, consulting, directing or managing the process involved in planning and implementing new information systems or planning and integrating new technologies into existing systems.

Business Analysis certifications such as the Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) are highly recommended.

Quality Assurance certifications preferred.

Criminal background check and social security number trace is required for this position.

RECOMMENDED COMPETENCIES

  • Excellent Communication Skills (oral, written, and facilitation)
  • Knowledge of business analysis,  quality assurance best practices, and workflow tools and/or practices
  • Requirements Elicitation, Analysis and Documentation
  • Analytical Thinking and  Problem Solving skills
  • Business Case Development and Presentation
  • Negotiation and Conflict Management skills
  • Technology Solution Assessment and Validation
  • MS Suite including Microsoft Access, Project & Visio
  • Thorough knowledge of Treasury business functions and workflows
  • Quality Assurance Methodology Tools and Practices Certification

Posted 9-25-12

 

STATE OF TENNESSEE

TREASURY DEPARTMENT

CLASS SPECIFICATION

 

Class Title                                                                              Salary Grade/Range

Programmer Analyst 3                                                             26 ($47,808-$76,512)                                                                                   

Functional Title

Concord VB.NET Developer

Employee(s)                                                                           Position Number

                                                                                               

Effective Date                                                                        Non-Civil Service Division

September 1, 2012                                                                  Information Systems

 

SUMMARY

Under the general supervision of the Application Support and Development Manager, to perform the activities involved in programming application enhancements or new applications in support of the Treasury Department.  Provide Tier 3 (programming issues) trouble item resolution; Manage third-party vendor relationships (new code/patches, etc.); Ensure continuous service - working with DR and system engineers (OIR); Participate in system selection processes. 

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES

This is the advanced working-level class in the Programmer/ Analyst series. An employee in this class, either independently or as a member of a project team, designs, modifies, codes, and/or implements complex business applications programs. This class differs from Programmer/Analyst 2 in that an incumbent of the latter performs programming work of lesser scope and complexity. This class differs from Programmer/Analyst 4 in that an incumbent of the latter leads a development team in the design, modification, coding, and/or implementation of new or modified complex business applications programs.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1.      Technical Specifications:  Creates technical specifications for enhancements, new development and/or integration/interfaces

2.      Design:  Designs new information systems or modifies existing systems; reads documentation of software and systems operations manuals to gain understanding of the environment and existing systems; prepares layout illustrating physical location of data on user screens, output files and reports; writes error messages that direct users to the source of the problems; designs program structure charts.

3.      Data Mapping:  Defines data elements, entity relationships, input and output sources, and how data will be transmitted through a proposed system; estimates the type of information to be entered, computed, updated or otherwise used in the system; estimates data volumes.

4.      Coding:  Produces an executable program according to specifications identified in the program design narrative and performs necessary system tests.  Writes source code programs for enhancements, new projects and/or integration/interfaces; Makes required changes to data dictionaries.  Maintains source code/object libraries.

5.      Unit Testing:  Builds or assembles data which tests conditions and contingencies specified in a program test plan; executes written programs using test data and checks program results against predicted outcomes specified in the program test plan; writes procedural control language instructions. 

6.      System Checks:  Runs system checks in order to isolate hardware/software problems; checks computer configuration files for accuracy; confers with technical resource personnel (OIR or vendors) in order to resolve problems with communications or protocols.

7.      Documentation:  Writes system documentation for all code.  Writes system recovery and data back-up procedures and trains Application Support Staff.

8.      User Support:  Provides “Tier 3” (programming) support for assigned applications/projects

9.      Advisory:  Counsels Business Analysts and/or End Users on most efficient ways to accomplish business requirements

10.  Responsiveness:  Understands and is responsive to deadlines and advises IS Management when deadlines are in jeopardy

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelors Degree in Information Systems or Computer Science.

A minimum of 2-5 years in comparable positions including software development, database design, systems analysis or design

Application Development experience with object oriented programming for client-server and web-based applications using VB.NET, Java, etc.

Experience with MS SQL Server 

Criminal background check and social security number trace is required for this position.

 

RECOMMENDED COMPETENCIES

  • Analytical, Problem-Solving Thinking
  • Experience with Web site design and/or management
  • Experience utilizing web services
  • Customer Service focus and attitude
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to share knowledge and train other technical and non-technical staff
  • Knowledge of Retirement business functions or previous experience with accounting and payroll systems a plus

 

 


Posted 9-25-12

 

STATE OF TENNESSEE

TREASURY DEPARTMENT

CLASS SPECIFICATION

 

Class Title                                                                              Salary Grade/Range

Programmer Analyst 3                                                             26 ($47,808-$76,512)                                                                                   

Functional Title

FileNet/Datacap Developer

Employee(s)                                                                           Position Number

                                                                                               

Effective Date                                                                        Non-Civil Service Division

September 1, 2012                                                                  Information Systems

 

SUMMARY

Under the general supervision of the Application Support and Development Manager, apply understanding and experience of FileNet P8 and Datacap to support the development and configuration of customized client applications used in Business Process Management (BPM) and Electronic Content Management (ECM) for the Treasury Department.  The person in this role will Provide Tier 3 (programming issues) trouble item resolution; Manage third-party vendor relationships (new code/patches, etc.); Ensure continuous service - working with DR and system engineers (OIR); Participate in system selection processes. 

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES

This is the advanced working-level class in the Programmer/ Analyst series. An employee in this class, either independently or as a member of a project team, designs, modifies, codes, and/or implements complex business applications programs. This class differs from Programmer/Analyst 2 in that an incumbent of the latter performs programming work of lesser scope and complexity. This class differs from Programmer/Analyst 4 in that an incumbent of the latter leads a development team in the design, modification, coding, and/or implementation of new or modified complex business applications programs.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1.      Develop and Support ECM systems:  Manages day-to-day operations of FileNet P8 solutions, applies understanding of installation and configuration issues in workflow systems, understands and maintains customized BPM client applications, supports integration with customized .NET business solutions, provides development and support of Datacap document capture system.

2.      Technical Specifications:  Creates technical specifications for enhancements, new development and/or integration/interfaces

3.      Design:  Designs new information systems or modifies existing systems; reads documentation of software and systems operations manuals to gain understanding of the environment and existing systems; prepares layout illustrating physical location of data on user screens, output files and reports; writes error messages that direct users to the source of the problems; designs program structure charts.

4.      Data Mapping:  Defines data elements, entity relationships, input and output sources, and how data will be transmitted through a proposed system; estimates the type of information to be entered, computed, updated or otherwise used in the system; estimates data volumes.

5.      Coding:  Produces an executable program according to specifications identified in the program design narrative and performs necessary system tests.  Writes source code programs for enhancements, new projects and/or integration/interfaces; Makes required changes to data dictionaries.  Maintains source code/object libraries.

6.      Unit Testing:  Builds or assembles data which tests conditions and contingencies specified in a program test plan; executes written programs using test data and checks program results against predicted outcomes specified in the program test plan; writes procedural control language instructions. 

7.      System Checks:  Runs system checks in order to isolate hardware/software problems; checks computer configuration files for accuracy; confers with technical resource personnel (OIR or vendors) in order to resolve problems with communications or protocols.

8.      Documentation:  Writes system documentation for all code.  Writes system recovery and data back-up procedures and trains Application Support Staff.

9.      User Support:  Provides “Tier 3” (programming) support for assigned applications/projects

10.  Advisory:  Counsels Business Analysts and/or End Users on most efficient ways to accomplish business requirements

11.  Responsiveness:  Understands and is responsive to deadlines and advises IS Management when deadlines are in jeopardy

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelors Degree in Information Systems or Computer Science.

A minimum of 2-5 years in comparable positions including software development, database design, systems analysis or design

Familiarity with Electronic Content Management and intelligent data capture solutions (IBM FileNet P8 and Datacap)

Application Development experience with object oriented programming for client-server and web-based applications using VB.NET, VB Script, Java, etc.

Experience with MS SQL Server 

Criminal background check and social security number trace is required for this position.

 

RECOMMENDED COMPETENCIES

  • Analytical, Problem-Solving Thinking
  • Experience with ECM  and Data Capture solutions including:

FileNet P8 v4.0 or later; Process Engine, Content Engine, Application Engine, Workplace XT, Process Configuration Console, Process Administrator, Process Designer, Process Task Manager, Process Analyzer, Datacap Suite

  • Experience with Web site design and/or management
  • Experience utilizing web services
  • Understanding of role-based security and Active Directory
  • Customer Service focus and attitude
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to share knowledge and train other technical and non-technical staff
  • Knowledge of Retirement business functions or previous experience with accounting and payroll systems a plus

 


Posted 9-24-12

Job fair this Saturday 9-29 and again on 10-6

 

 

 

 

 

Equal Opportunity EmployerPosted 9-24-12

 

The Mississippi Bluffs Ranger District on the Shawnee National Forest  is outreaching a Customer Service Representative Position, GS-030-05, located in Jonesboro, IL.  This position will be coordinating the office operations with some responsibilities including conservation education and outreach and recruitment.   Please  distribute this outreach wide to interested  applicants.  The vacancy announcement for this position may be available inUSAJOBS.GOV near the beginning of October.    Interested applicants that send in the outreach response form will be added to the mailing list for updates on the vacancy announcement.

 

 

“Caring for the Land and Serving People”

 

SHAWNEE NATIONAL FOREST

 

OUTREACH NOTICE

 

Customer Service Representative

GS-0303-5

 

The Shawnee National Forest will soon be advertising a GS-0303-5 Customer Service Representative (CSR) position.  The position is a permanent full-time appointment, with a duty station in Jonesboro, IL.  The purpose of this Outreach Notice is to inform prospective applicants of this opportunity.

 

   

Anyone interested is encouraged to complete the attached

 Outreach Response Form.  You will still need to apply for the job separately.

Please reply to this outreach by October 12, 2012.

 

THE POSITION

The position is located in Jonesboro, Illinois and will serve as the CSR for the office.  The incumbent will be responsible in responding to routine inquiries from various customers and employees in support of the overall operations of the unit.  They will assist in greeting visitors, answering telephones and providing information to both the public and other employees.  The Customer Services Representative must be able to issue permits and process payments for maps, permits or other goods or services.  The CSR will be expected to maintain a government purchase card and will have check-writing authority.   The CSR maintains displays in front desk areas and will be called upon to present basic interpretive programs at local venues.

 

The incumbent will be responsible to perform assignments involving a variety of topics by obtaining the material and assembling the data into a report and presentation format.  The CSR will be expected to monitor the administrative facilities and performance on basic service contracts for office cleaning and grounds maintenance.

 

The incumbent will be responsible to keep apprised of Agency-wide directives and procedures and any new requirements affecting the work of the organization.  They will prepare and process correspondence, reports, and filing in various databases.  Assignments may include regularly scheduled work on weekends. 

 

APPLICATION PROCESS

 

This position will be posted on www.usajobs.gov and applications will be processed through an on-line applicant assessment system that has been specifically configured for the USDA Forest Service. 

 

Job Title: Customer Service Representative

Department: Department Of Agriculture Agency: Forest Service

Sub Agency: Shawnee National Forest

 

Job Announcement Number: TBA

 

SALARY RANGE:

$31,315-$40,706 /year

OPEN PERIOD:

Early October 2012

SERIES & GRADE:

GS-303-5

POSITION INFORMATION:

 

Full Time Permanent - No time limit

PROMOTION POTENTIAL:

 

5

DUTY LOCATION:

Jonesboro, IL

WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED:

Open to U.S. Citizens and; 

Open to current or former status Federal employees and veterans eligible for consideration under the Veterans Employment Opportunities Act (VEOA), disabled veterans with a 30% or more disability; Veterans Recruitment Appointment (VRA) eligibles through GS-11; certain military spouses; persons with Disabilities; and former Peace Corps and Vista volunteers under special hiring authorities. Applicants must furnish required proof documents if selected.

 

 

JOB SUMMARY:    Applicants must have a profile in USAjobs to apply.

______________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF THE FOREST:

 

While not large, at 280,000 acres, the Shawnee National Forest in southern Illinois is the largest unit of public land in the state.  The Supervisor’s Office is located in Harrisburg, with a Ranger Station in Vienna and a Work Center in Jonesboro.  The Forest sits at the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers.  The area is rich in history, reflecting the pioneer movement of Americans into the west.  The Forest is predominantly oak-hickory, although pine was planted in many areas in the past.  Swamps contain tupelo and cypress communities.  Razorback ridges associated with the Ozark upthrust are found on the west side of the Forest; the broader ridges associated with the Shawnee hills are found on the east side of the Forest.  The Wisconsin glacier stopped north of the Shawnee, so the Grand Prairie (and its corn fields) most associated with the state of Illinois starts 40 miles north of the Forest. 

 

Within the boundaries of the Shawnee National Forest System Land include:

  • Seven Congressionally-designated Wilderness Areas (over 10% of the Forest)
  • Six candidate Wild and Scenic Rivers
  • Four National Natural Landmarks
  • Four heritage resource sites on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • 10 Research Natural Areas
  • 58 ecological areas
  • Two geological areas
  • 14 botanical areas

 

The Forest is within a day's drive (350 miles) of more than 45 million people, or 17% of the U.S. population. (U.S. Census Bureau, 7-1-97 estimate)

Additional information about the Shawnee National Forest may be found at www.fs.fed.us/r9/shawnee.

 

CLIMATE

 

We experience all four seasons, with an average of 3” of snow per year and temperatures rarely below 0 degrees.  Summer days are sunny and humid with highs in the 80’s – 90’s, occasionally topping 100.  Spring weather can occur in March and fall weather can extend into November.  During the spring and fall seasons, the climate and beauty of the area is especially compelling.  Spring brings an abundance of blooming dogwoods, redbuds and wildflowers.  The fall is saturated with color, as the leaves turn brilliant reds, gold and yellows.  Garden of the Gods, the most visited site on the Forest, is a must-see during the fall color season.  The unusual rock formations, coupled with the surrounding Garden of the Gods Wilderness, portray the beauty of southern Illinois at its finest.

 

EDUCATION

 

Pre-schools through high schools can be found in most communities and rank high in the state.  There are several community colleges in the area offering quite reasonable in-district tuition.  The Southern Illinois University, located in Carbondale, IL, offers a full range of baccalaureate through doctoral programs.  Day care facilities also are available in most communities.

 

CHURCHES

 

Churches representing all major denominations can be found in most communities.

 

ECONOMY

 

Real estate here is moderately priced.  The median price for purchasing a home is approximately $85,000 and house rentals begins at approximately $350 per month.  Utilities are priced moderately.  Tourism is a developing economic force in the area.  In recent years several wineries have opened, offering two outstanding wine trails.  Southern Illinois offers a rural environment with easy access to all possible amenities.  Both shopping and entertainment opportunities are abundant within the area.  Marion and Carbondale, IL along with Paducah, KY offer shopping malls, movie theaters and several locally owned and operated restaurants, along with major chain and fast-food restaurants. Additional information on local employment opportunities can be found at the following links:

 

http://www.manta.com/mb?search=Harrisburg+il

 

http://www.manta.com/mb?search=Marion+il

 

HEALTH CARE

 

Health care facilities serving the area include full facility Carbondale Doctor’s Memorial Hospital and Marion Memorial Hospital.  Services at these hospitals include cardiac units, oncology and neonatal units.  Other hospitals providing care are Lourdes and Western Baptist Hospital in Paducah, KY and Massac Memorial Hospital in Metropolis, IL.  All the hospitals provide 24-hour emergency room physician coverage and specialists.

 

RECREATIONAL AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

 

Every June, the annual Southern Illinois Music Festival features dozens of performances in venues from Mt. Vernon to Cairo and Murphysboro to Marion and of course Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois, the heart of the Festival.  Musicians from throughout North and South America, Europe and Asia perform orchestral and chamber music, opera, ballet, jazz, and new music, in an informal and inviting atmosphere.  Visit http://www.sifest.com/ for more information.

 

The Superman Celebration in downtown Metropolis, IL features the Home of Superman. This event held during the second weekend in June each year celebrates the 'Man of Steel'.  A Superman Drama kicks off the weekend of contests, food and fun. Comic book & artist show, fan films, street vendors, a carnival and a Super Car Show. Visit http://www.supermancelebration.net/ for more information.

The Big Muddy Film Festival, the longest-running, student-organized film festival in the United States happens annually in Carbondale at Southern Illinois University.

 

For an urban atmosphere, events such as the annual Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing Celebration and the Big Muddy Blues Festival in St. Louis, MO and the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration and Latin Dance Festival, Nashville, TN provide glimpse of the cultural diversity within a two hour commute from Southern Illinois.

 

There are wide varieties of diverse cultural and educational events in the area. One is the Tokyo String Quartet founded some four decades ago.  It has been captivating audiences ever since and gaining high regard as a chamber ensemble in its own right.  In collaboration with a wide variety of artists and composers it is creating a significant collection of acclaimed recordings. For families in the Muslim community, there are events and activities available including an Islamic summer school for children of all ages. 

 

There are a number of festivals located in the area.  The annual Festival Latino at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale offers the chance to experience Latino culture with free food, entertainment and fun activities.  The Southern Illinois Saluki Pow-Wow hosted by SIUC provides people of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy traditional Native American arts, crafts, foods, cultural demonstrations, exhibitions and dances.  The Southern Illinois Irish Festival provides Irish-themed activities, food, events, entertainment and live music.  The Herrinfesta Italiana takes place each spring in Herrin, IL celebrating the town’s Italian heritage.   For more information about festivals in the area, please visit: http://www.oneregion.com/travelguide/stories/text_12.html.

 

 

 

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, and where applicable, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal, or because all or part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program.  (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.)  Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA’s TARGET Center at (202)720-2600 (voice and TDD).  To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, DC 20250-9410, or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TDD).  USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

 

 

 

 

OUTREACH RESPONSE FORM

 

If you are interested in this position, be sure to submit your application through USAJobs when it is advertised.  In addition, you are encouraged to complete this form and reply to Monica Neal by October 12, 2012 in one of three ways:

 

E-mail: monicaneal@fs.fed.us.                       Fax: (618) 253-1063

Mail:    Monica Neal

            Shawnee National Forest

            50 Hwy 145 S.

            Harrisburg, IL 62946

            (618) 253-1001

 

For additional details on the position, you may call Monica at (618) 253-1001 or Daryl Kirtley at (618) 658-2111.

 

By completing this form, you are indicating that you are interested in the following position:

 

·         Customer Service Representative, GS-0303-5,  Permanent Full-Time position

 

Location:

·         Region 9, Shawnee National Forest, Jonesboro, Illinois

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

 

Name

 

Date

 

Address

 

City

 

State

 

Zip

 

E-Mail

 

Phone number(s)

 

Are you currently a federal employee

 

If Yes, current agency and location

 

            current title/series/grade

 

Type of Appointment

Permanent

Term

Temporary

Type of Schedule

Full-time

Part-time

Intermittent

If you are not a current permanent (career or career conditional) employee, are you eligible for appointment under any of the following special authorities (check the appropriate box):

 

Person with Disabilities

 

Veteran Readjustment

 

Former Peace Corps Volunteer

 

Disabled Veteran with 30% Compensable Disability

 

Student Career Experience Program

 

Veterans Employment Opportunities Act 0f 1998

 

Other, please describe:

 

               
 

 


Posted 9-24-12

 

Charter has a local opening for a Full-time Technical Operations Supervisor

Click  here  to apply  


Posted 9-18-12

 

Go Ahead Tours Wants Editorial Photog for Year-Long, World Traveling Contract

Group travel leader Go Ahead Tours, part of the EF Education First family of companies, is now accepting applications for a photographer to engage in a one-year contract to photograph the world. The position will offer all-expenses paid travel to all seven continents-plus salary.

"This role will play a key part in a significant rebranding we're undertaking, and the selected candidate will help us to completely redefine the story of who we are," said Amy Van Aarle, Creative Director. "We're not looking for postcard-style shots of pristine monuments. Whether professional or self-taught, we want someone whose work will drive the editorial story revealing what the world is really like, as experienced by the wonderful people who travel with us."

Applications will be accepted until October 5, 2012, whereupon five finalists will be selected to show their skills on an international tour later that month. Images from the tour will be considered and a finalist will then be chosen for the one-year contract position. Requirements for the position include strong photography skills, a strong portfolio demonstrating natural, authentic work, an excellent eye for capturing unique moments, as well as availability to travel virtually non-stop and at a moment's notice. More about the position can be found at http://www.ef.com/careers.

Established in 1990, Go Ahead Tours (http://www.goaheadtours.com) offers over 100 high-quality tours around the globe to adventurous adults of all ages who are looking to learn more about the world and themselves. Committed to breaking down barriers of culture and geography, Go Ahead provides travelers with superior quality, exceptional value and a highly customizable travel experience. Go Ahead's parent company, EF Education First, was founded in 1965 and is the world's largest private educational travel company.

Contact: 
Marla Kaplan (800) 590-1170 or marla.kaplan@goaheadtours.com

 


 

Posted 9-17-12

 

 

Enrollment Services Department has job opportunities that have become available.  
 
1. Enrollment Services has a Telecounselor position available for current traditional student.
Telecounselor will phone potential students about Bethel University twice
a week during the evenings. For more information, please email Kim
Houston, houstonk@bethelu.edu, Please respond immediately.
 

2. Enrollment Services has an Ambassador position available for current Traditional Student.

Student will be responsible for giving campus tours to prospective walk in students,
scheduled prospects, and tours during Open Houses and other Enrollment
Service Events. For more information, please contact Kim Houston,
houstonk@bethelu.edu. Please submit your class schedule along with your
free time in the day you would be available to give tours. Please respond
immediately


Posted 9-17-12

 

 

KDFWR is advertising the following permanent full time Fisheries Division position in Franklin County and encourages all interested KDFWR employees to apply and contact Gerry Buynak (see below).

 

Be advised that any interested employee will need to visit http://personnel.ky.gov/default.htm to complete or update an online application and to apply for this position.   This includes employees considering a lateral transfer or voluntary demotion.

 

Supervisors:  Please post or distribute to all field personnel.

 

 

Auto req ID

24506BR

Job Title :

7705 FISHERIES RESEARCH BIOLOGIST

Title Code :

7156

Minimum Requirement - Primary Education :

Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor's degree in fishery management, fishery biology or an equivalent degree. An equivalent degree must include the following courses or their equivalent:

Minimum Course Standard

Subject Area

Biological Sciences: 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours
Physical Sciences: 15 semester hours or 22 quarter hours
Mathematics Statistics: 6 semester hours or 9 quarter hours
Communication: 6 semester hours or 9 quarter hours

Minimum Requirement - Primary Experience :

Must have two years of professional experience in fishery research and management.

Education Substitution :

A master's degree in fishery biology or equivalent may be substituted for one year of the required experience.

Experience Substitution :

None

Special Requirements :

Must possess a valid driver's license.

Post Employment Requirements :

Must maintain a valid driver’s license for the length of employment in this classification.

Agency :

50 - Tourism, Arts, & Heritage Cabinet

Department/Division/Branch/Address :

KY Dept of Fish and Wildlife Resources
Fisheries Division
1 Sportsman's Lane
Frankfort, KY 40601

Location :

Franklin County

Agency Contact :

Email only, please, to gerard.buynak@ky.gov

# of Vacancies :

1

Position Type :

Full-time Merit (18A)

Work Schedule :

1st Shift

Vacancy Type :

Promotional - Open Only To State Merit Employees

Work Week :

37.5 hr/wk

Pay Grade :

16

Salary Range:

Pay Grade 16 (MIN-MID) $42,646.56 - $56,495.52 yearly at 37.5 hour work week

Special Entrance Rate :

No

Description of Job Duties

See Characteristics of the Class.

Candidates with experience working on big rivers preferred.

Selection Method :

Qualifying: All candidates who apply and meet the minimum requirements are eligible for placement on the register for hiring consideration.

Group :

AGRICULTURAL AND WILDLIFE SCIENCES

Characteristics of the Class :

Performs professional biological work in connection with research on fish populations, production and rearing technology; and performs other duties as required.

Typical Working Conditions and Unique Physical Requirements :

Spends majority of time outdoors. Must be able to swim and traverse rough terrain to access streams and other fisheries. Must be able to place boat on and off trailer. Must be able to carry 25 lbs. of equipment several hundred yards.

Additional Requirements :

Applicants and employees in this classification may be required to submit to a drug screening test and background check.

Post Date :

09/15/2012

Post Ending Date :

09/24/2012

 

 

 

 

 

 


Posted 9-14-12

 

 

Probation Officer

Full-Time Probation Officer to server Henry County area.

Applicants must be 21 years of age, with a degree and willing to be on call.

Starting salary of $ 24,835.00 with insurance and retirement. Send resume with previous

Employer contact information and references to

 

P.O.Box 633

Paris Tn, 38242

Deadline is September 21, 2012

 


Posted 9-7-12

 

Please  submit resumes/unofficial transcripts to stoneh@bethelu.edu  by Oct 29th for consideration for November 6th interviews.

 

 

TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF AUDIT
LEGISLATIVE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AUDITOR 1
OFFICE
EXAMPLES OF
RESPONSIBILITIES
MINIMUM
QUALIFICATIONS
POLICY OF
NONDISCRIMINATION
This position is with the Tennessee Department of Audit which, under the direction of the
Comptroller of the Treasury, is responsible for the audit of state and local government entities. As a
post-audit agency, the department, through its component divisions, examines the books and
records of an entity and determines the entity's compliance with applicable statute, rules and
regulations. The department is comparable to an independent public accounting firm in the
business sector, because as a legislative organization it is independent of the audited entity.
Under the general supervision of an employee of higher classification, aids, instructs, and
supervises personnel engaged in auditing tasks related to information systems (IS) and performs
professional IS auditing work for the Department of Audit. Examines the IS related functions of
the accounts or books of a state department or agency, county and municipal governmental unit in
conjunction with state, county or municipal auditors, to determine if the accounts and results of the
various types of transactions have been properly controlled, entered into, operated upon, and
correctly dispensed with by the IS function; performs IS audit assignments including the evaluation
of organizational structure, IS related equipment hardware, operating systems software,
production programs and systems physical installation, budgetary considerations, procurement,
cost allocations, systems development, computer operations, establishment of and adherence to
IS standards and procedures; prepares auditing work papers in standard form giving information
relative to the extent of the examinations and findings; adjusts, lists and reports to the supervisor
all errors found; composes correspondence regarding auditing work; instructs and teaches other
auditors in the general aspect of the IS function and auditing thereof, and assists other auditors in
the more difficult aspects of IS related auditing tasks.
Education and Experience: Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with a
major in accounting, computer information systems, computer science or a business or
mathematics related curriculum with a minor or equivalent experience in information systems.
The above qualifications express the minimum standards of education and experience required for
this classification. Other combinations of education and experience, if equivalent, may qualify an
applicant for consideration.
Knowledge and Abilities: Considerable knowledge of basic IS principles, concepts, standards
and procedures relating to a business environment; some knowledge of systems analysis and
design, computer theory in hardware, communications, operating systems, data base concepts,
and applications development procedures.
Ability to deal tactfully with the public and co-workers, exercise good judgment in evaluating
situations and making decisions, express ideas clearly, concisely, and convincingly as evidenced
by an interview with the appointing authority.
The Comptroller's Office is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate
on the basis of race, sex, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, or military service
in its policies, or in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs,
service or activities. To assist the office in its efforts to meet diversity goals, minorities are
encouraged to apply.
TO APPLY
Contact your placement office for a schedule of on-campus interviews, or send resume, transcript,
and names and phone numbers of at least three references to:
Elaine Driver, Human Resources Assistant Director
Tennessee Department of Audit
Suite 1400, James K. Polk Building
505 Deaderick Street
Nashville, Tennessee 37243-1402
(615) 401-7738 FAX (615} 532·2224
 
 
*******TN Dept of Audit will be conducting interviews here at Bethel on  the afternoon of NOVEMBER 6th in the Dean of Students Conference Room***********

 

Posted 9-7-12

 

Please  submit resumes/unofficial transcripts to stoneh@bethelu.edu  by Oct 29th for consideration for November 6th interviews.

 

TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF AUDIT
LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR 1
This position is with the Tennessee Department of Audit which, under the direction of the
Comptroller of the Treasury, is responsible for the audit of state and local government entities.
As a post-audit agency, the department, through its component divisions, examines the books
and records of an entity and determines the entity's compliance with applicable statutes, rules
and regulations. The department is comparable to an independent public accounting firm in
the business sector, because as a legislative organization it is independent of the audited
entity.
Under the general superv1s1on of an employee of higher classification and generally
working in a team, examines the financial records of a state, county or local government or
other organization receiving public funds. Performs audits in accordance with generally
accepted government auditing standards to determine if the financial statements have been
prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and applicable law.
Prepares audit working papers in standard format presenting information relative to the extent
of audit tests performed and conclusions reached. Writes audit findings and
recommendations. Assists auditors of higher classification in more difficult aspects of auditing.
Education and Experience: Graduation from an accredited four- year college or university
with a degree in accounting or business administration with a minimum of twenty-four
semester hours in accounting.
Knowledge and Abilities: Considerable knowledge of accounting theory and practice and
auditing standards and procedures. Ability to deal tactfully with the public and co-workers,
exercise good judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions and express ideas
clearly, concisely and convincingly as evidenced by an interview with the appointing authority.
Travel is required with the percentage varying by the audit division and audit assignment. A
substantial percentage of the positions involve travel of approximately fifty percent, generally
confined to overnight stays on Monday through Wednesday evenings.
The Comptroller's Office is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on
the basis of race, sex, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, or military service in
its policies, or in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs, service
or activities. To assist the office in its efforts to meet diversity goals, minorities are encouraged to
apply.
Contact your placement office for a schedule of campus interviews, or send resume, transcript
and name, address and phone number of at least three references to:
Elaine Driver, Personnel Manager
Tennessee Department of Audit
Suite 1400, James K. Polk Building
Nashville, Tennessee 37243-0261
(615)401-7720 FAX (615)532-2224
www.comptroller.state.tn.us

 

*******TN Dept of Audit will be conducting interviews here at Bethel on  the afternoon of NOVEMBER 6th in the Dean of Students Conference Room*************

 

 


Posted 9-7-12

Outreach Notice

 

The Hiawatha National Forest will soon be advertising to fill a Student Intern position.  This will be a GS-0499-3/4 position.  This position may be filled at the Society of American Foresters meeting in Spokane, WA October 2012.  The duty station for this position is located at the Rapid River/Manistique Ranger District Office in Rapid River, Michigan.  The annual salary range is $21,000 to $23,000.

 

Contact  Information

 

Interested candidates are encouraged to reply to this outreach by September 28, 2012.   If you are interested in being considered, please complete the Outreach Notice Reply form along with a resume and send to Dave Silvieus at dsilvieus@fs.fed.us or at 8181 US Hwy 2, Rapid River, MI  49878.  Also, please contact Dave if more information is needed at 906-474-6442 x123.

 

About The Position

 

This is a training position for an entry level student.  The initial training will focus on teaching the student sale prep/silviculture duties.  These duties include assisting in the preparation of multiple-use silvicultural prescriptions; participating in environmental analysis for a variety of projects; assists in the development of action plans for timber stand improvement and reforestation work; assists in the lay out timber sales and associated units, assists in the preparation of timber sale appraisals and timber sale contracts; assists in creating sale area maps; and participates as a full district team player in other duties such as firefighting, forest protection officer patrols, education events and the like.

 

About The FOREST

 

The Hiawatha National Forest lies in the central and eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  Approximately 1 million acres fall within the Forest boundary.

 

There are approximately 775 miles of rivers and streams and more than 400 lakes on the forest.  More than seventy-seven miles of National Forest shoreline lie along Lakes Superior, Michigan and Huron.  Nearly 46 percent of the Hiawatha is wetlands of various types.  Varying landforms, combined with the influence of the Great Lakes, create many different weather zones. Summer temperatures are typically in the 70 degree range near the Great Lakes shorelines, while inland away from the lakes' moderating influence they reach 10 to 15 degrees higher.

 

The Hiawatha National Forest’s uniqueness stems largely from its proximity to three Great Lakes.  The Great Lakes affect its weather, recreation opportunities, scenery, historic sites, hydrology and ecosystem diversity.  The Forest’s recreation niche, “Your Great Lakes National Forest” captures some of this uniqueness by focusing on the Forest’s “Great Lakeshores” (Lakes Superior, Michigan and Huron), “Great Lighthouses” (Point Iroquois, North Light, East Channel Light, Christmas Range Light, Peninsula Point and Round Island Lighthouse); “Great Islands” (Grand Island, Round Island, and St. Vitals Island); and “Great Snow” (referring to the hundreds of inches of snow that fall each winter.

 

Hiawatha National Forest is divided geographically into two units.  Munising Ranger District and Rapid River/Manistique Ranger District comprise the Forest’s West Unit.  The West Unit includes shoreline on Lake Superior and Lake Michigan.  The Forest’s East Unit includes the St. Ignace and Sault Ste. Marie Ranger Districts, including a work station located in Raco.  The East Unit includes shoreline on Lakes Superior, Michigan and Huron.

 

The weather in this area, due to the close proximity to Lake Michigan, has consistently high humidity and experiences four distinct seasons. Summers are warm and humid, with average high temperatures in the mid 80’s and average lows in the mid 60’s. Winters are cold, snowy and windy with temperatures often below freezing.  Spring and fall are mild with low humidity.

 

 

 

Community Information

 

Gladstone (population 5,000) is located 5 miles north of Escanaba (population 13,000).  Commuters and shoppers travel between the two communities.  Gladstone offers schools, parks, trails, recreation, a summer concert series, a harbor, and other amenities.

 

Escanaba has a population of around 13,140 (2000 census).  Escanaba is the third-largest city in the Upper Peninsula after Marquette and Sault Ste. Marie and is the county seat of Delta County.  There are many restaurants, shopping amenities, churches, etc. located in and around Escanaba.  Escanaba is also home to Bay de Noc Community College.  There is a modern airport that provides both corporate and general aviation services.

 

Houses for sale fluctuate based on the local market.  A number of houses in the Delta County area are available from $80,000 on up.  Generally, there are few houses for rent and apartments in the commuting area range from $325 per month and up.

 

Delta County Airport serves the city with daily flights to larger airports.  Major transportation routes in Escanaba include US Highway 2, US Highway 41, and M-35.  Delta Area Transit Authority operates a bus system throughout Delta County.

 

Eight public school districts and two private schools operate in Delta County.  For more information on K-12 schools, click here.  Post-secondary educational institutions include Bay de Noc Community College, located in Escanaba, and Northern Michigan University, located about 65 miles away in Marquette, MI. 

 

Cultural opportunities in Escanaba include the William Bonifas Fine Art Center, the Waterfront Art Festival, Escanaba City Band, Players de Noc, and Bay de Noc Choral Society, and many smaller arts organizations, art galleries, and musical performing groups.

 

Delta County:  Delta County is located in the central Upper Peninsula and lies on the shore of Lake Michigan.  The county prides itself in having more fresh water shoreline than any other county in the nation.  The county includes of a mix of private and public lands including Escanaba State Forest and Hiawatha National Forest.

 

If you’re looking for outdoor recreation opportunities, Delta County has much to offer.  Residents enjoy a wide range of outdoor pursuits including sea kayaking, canoeing, camping, mountain biking, hiking, trail running, cross-country skiing, ice fishing, snowshoeing and more.  Recreation oriented groups include the Bays de Noc Great Lakes The City of Escanaba Recreation Department offers a variety of recreational activities and leagues, and the Delta YMCA offers a variety of recreational activities and classes promoting family wellness. 

 

Surrounding Area

Marquette (population 19,700) is the Upper Peninsula’s largest city.  Located on Lake Superior about 6o miles north of Gladstone, it is a handy location in which to find additional options including medical services, shopping, art, culture, entertainment, restaurants and more.  Marquette is home to Northern Michigan University and Marquette General Hospital, numerous clinics, several malls and large chain stores, a food coop, theaters, and a YMCA.

 

Websites  For more Information about Rapid River and the surrounding area, visit the following the websites:

City of Escanaba

City of Gladstone

Delta County

Delta County Chamber of Commerce

Bays de Noc Convention & Visitors Bureau

 

 

 

 

OUTREACH NOTICE FORM

West Zone Student Intern, Hiawatha National Forest

GS-0499-3/4

DUE by September 28, 2012

 

Name: ____________________________________________________________________

 

e-mail Address: ______________________________________________________________

 

Mailing Address: ___________________________________________________________

 

Telephone Number:  Work __________________  Home: __________________

 

Agency Employed with:   USFS ________        BLM ________      Other ___________

 

Type of appointment:   Permanent _____    Temporary _____   Term _____  

VRA ________PWD ______     Other ________

 

Current Region/Forest/District: _______________________________________________

 

Current Series and Grade: ________________________________

 

Current Position/Title: ________________________________________________________

If not a current permanent (career or career conditional) employee, are you eligible to be hired under any of the following special authorities:

____  Persons with Disabilities

____  Veteran Readjustments

____  Disabled Veteran w/30% Compensable Disability

____  Veteran Employment Opportunities Act of 1998

____  Former Peace Corp Volunteer

____  Student Career Experience Program

____  other explain: __________________________________________________

 

Please send your response and resume to Dave Silvieus at dsilvieus@fs.fed.us

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN OUR VACANCY

 

 

 

 

 


Posted 9-7-12

 

    

      

 

 

Flexible Operations Support Associate

 

Jackson National Life Insurance Company® ("Jackson®") has an opening for a Flexible Operations Support Associate.  Jackson is one of the nation's largest and fastest growing financial services companies, with over $100 billion in total assets.  We offer a range of retirement products and services including variable, fixed and fixed index annuities.  Please visit our website at www.jackson.com for more information. 

 

Job Purpose

The work schedule for this position will be flexible, generated a week in advance, and will depend on each associate's availability in addition to business needs of Jackson.  We are looking for individuals who are able to work at least 20 hours per week (Monday through Friday between 8:00 am - 8:00 pm), with the possibility of working weekends and/or before or after core business hours.  These positions will be clerical in nature and will focus mainly on processing functions within various business units in the Company.  The Flexible Operations Support Associate position is classified as on-call.   On-call associates work flexible hours, as determined by business needs, to assist with managing periods of large work volumes and variations in workflow.  However, on-call associates will receive a schedule in advance and will not be expected to report to work without prior notice.  Positions classified as on-call are ineligible for benefits and paid time off under the terms of the Company’s benefit policies and plans.

Essential Job Duties & Responsibilities

  • Processes standard policy or contract/policyholder transactions using documented procedures and multiple software applications.
  • Identifies and escalates issues for resolution when necessary.
  • Communicates with internal associates and external customers or agents regarding outstanding requirements or the status of an application or transaction.
  • Documents status of contacts received and initiated.
  • Must meet production and quality standards.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Job Requirements (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities)

  • Ability to learn and understand processing information.
  • Basic understanding of financial implications arising from processing errors.
  • Ability to read and carry out detailed written procedures.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to communicate company processing requirements and procedures.
  • Ability to navigate and utilize multiple software and mainframe computer applications.
  • Ability to type 35 words per minute.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Ability to effectively manage the demands of a high volume, imaged based work environment.
  • Flexibility in scheduling. 
  • Basic knowledge of MS Windows environment and MS Office applications preferred.
  • Previous clerical/office experience preferred.
  • Basic data entry skills.
  • Ability to work well in a professional environment.
  • Effective organizational and prioritization skills.
  • Problem solving skills.

 

Education and Experience Required

  • High School diploma or equivalent

 

Online applications only.  No e-mails, faxes, paper resumes or applications, or phone calls accepted.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Company facilities and campuses are tobacco-free environments.

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties performed by the personnel so classified

 

Please apply online at www.jackson.com/careers. Use job number JAC000ZI.

 


Posted 9-4-12

 

 

Haywood High School in Brownsville is seeking a Math teacher or a recent graduate with a degree of mathematics. It is not necessary for them to have a secondary education degree as they can work with a transitional license.  The contact person is Ms. Toni Eubanks (731) 772-9613.


Posted 9-4-12

 

 

Kimber Seeking Marketing Communications Manager

The Marketing Communications Manager will provide a broad range of communications and marketing support to Kimber and its products. The position reports to the Director of Marketing. 

Duties and Responsibilities: 

Work collaboratively with a diverse staff team to create and manage cross-organizational, integrated marketing strategies supported by marketing communications
Develop and implement annual marketing communications budget after gaining senior management approval.
Develop and coordinate all advertising including developing strategy, creative development, space/time purchasing and communicating metrics and ROI.
Coordinate communications projects with vendors and contractors for the development and production of educational event promotional materials, and other sales and marketing collateral.
Provide writing and editing support for all outbound organization's communication including all promotional materials, a quarterly dealer newsletter and any mandated by product marketing or senior management.
Develop strategy and implement plan for all Kimber-designated shows for attendance. This would include spearheading any booth design or revisions, transportation of product and displays and securement of space, locations, materials, vendor installation/demolish and facility needs to work the show.
Serve as internal liaison to the meetings department and other staff resources
Review and edit existing promotional materials for marketing effectiveness, cross-selling implications and adherence to brand guidelines.
Development and fulfillment of branding and communication tools

Collateral (brochures, product information sheets)
Image library (Direct photography, maintain image library)
Web content
Packaging
Training materials (3point5, Armorer's Course, et al)
POP
All dealer, industry and LE communications (program flyers, advertising creative, newsletters, et al)
Copywriting
All major launch activities

Serve as primary contact and liaison with key strategic marketing partners such as USA Shooting
Insure proper brand management and usage both internally and externally. This would also include development and enforcement of brand standards. (Brand Steward)
Serve as secondary public relations contact for endemic and non-endemic media
Work with Web Developer/Social Media Specialist on all digital needs and messaging
Key advisor to senior management on all communications issues
Help develop and implement any crisis communication plan.


Qualifications:

Bachelor of Science in Marketing, Communications, Advertising or equivalency
Requires excellent written and verbal communications.
Ability to effectively work under tight deadlines and manage projects independently.
Knowledge of firearms and/or industry strongly desired
Resourcefulness in solving problems
Excellent people skills and an upbeat and enthusiastic attitude.
Strong organizational skills and keen attention to detail.
Strong computer skills
Superior professionalism and judgment
Strong work ethic
Five of more years of experience in program development and marketing
Prior association and/or international markets experience desired but not necessary.
A bachelor's degree in marketing, business, communications, or a related field is required.

Apply to HR@kimberamerica.com

Kimber MFG
555 Taxter Road, Elmsford, NY 10523 (914) 909 -1900


Posted 8-30-12

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY

 


Posted 8-29-12

 

 

 

I am pleased to announce the availability of two full-time positions that are now available through the AmeriCorps VISTA Program at non-profit organizations in the Jackson, Tennessee area.  We are looking to fill these positions quickly, and need your help to get the word out!   The deadline to apply is September 19, 2012.  Please note that these positions are not available for full-time students, but would be a great opportunity for those who have recently graduated or for part time students who are taking classes online, at night, or on the weekend (classes cannot interfere with the normal business hours of the organization).  Please find additional information below:
 
VISTA stands for Volunteers In Service To America, and the VISTA Program is a lot like the PeaceCorps, but Members serve within the United States at a non-profit organization.  VISTA Members serve as full-time volunteers and focus on building capacity and infrastructure to make a lasting impact for the organization and the community.  Benefits of service include an annual living allowance of $10,704, health benefits, relocation allowance, and the choice between two different post-service awards: an education award of $5,550 or a cash stipend of $1,500 (a full list of benefits is attached to this email).
 
Member activities will include:
  • Develop and implement volunteer training and orientation plans.
  • Create a system for recruiting volunteers to the agency
  • Research methods of volunteer management and retention.
  • Develop a plan for volunteer recognition.
  • Increase volunteer participation in special events, as well as day to day operations.
  • Assist with identifying additional community resources for the agency, such as new resources for IT support and service and corporations who are willing to provide financial support for the agency in counties outside of Madison.
  • Have direct contact with community churches and individuals to secure financial support for WRAP.
  • Work closely with WRAP’s Fundraiser and Fundraising Committee in planning and implementing fundraising events in counties outside of Madison.
 
VISTA Member for the Boys and Girls Club of Jackson:
Member activities will include:
  • Developing a comprehensive and sustainable grants program, to include a database of available grants for mentoring and youth development, submission calendars, reporting requirements and deadlines, etc.
  • Assist with securing new grant funding
  • Develop sustainable processes to track participation data of Boys & Girls Club youth to help determine outcomes for reporting purposes to grantors
  • Have direct contact with community businesses, churches, and individuals to secure new volunteer mentors
  • Promote mentor opportunities through BGC media outlets, website and through the networks of community partners
  • Organize the volunteer management program in all necessary areas of infrastructure to ensure that volunteers are effectively placed to serve as mentors and help with special events as needed.
Interested candidates should contact Denise Meise, VISTA Project Supervisor, at denise.meise@starcenter.tn.org for additional information and application instructions.
 
Thank you in advance for your help with recruiting for these positions!
Denise Meise
VISTA Project Supervisor
The STAR Center
1119 Old Humboldt Rd.
Jackson, TN 38305

 
 
 
***Please note that my family has recently relocated to Lebanon, TN, and I am no longer working on-site at the STAR Center.  I check emails frequently, and welcome you to call my cell phone number listed above at any time.***

Posted 8-27-12

 

 

 

 

Maryville College is seeking applicants for the position of

Director of Financial Reporting

CPA is required. Position is full-time, exempt with full benefits.

 

Summary: The Director of Financial Reporting ensures timely and accurate financial reporting for the College and its affiliated entities, including various types of financial analysis, and works on special projects at the direction of the Vice President & Treasurer. This position requires a comprehensive understanding of US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles including extensive knowledge of Financial Accounting Standards Board’s and other accounting guidance, investment accounting, not-for-profit accounting, LLC and partnership accounting and accounting for retirement plans.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in accounting (master’s preferred), CPA, and five years of relevant experience required. Higher education experience preferred.

 

To Apply: Send a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references to humanresources@maryvillecollege.edu . Review of resumes will begin immediately and resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

 

Maryville College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 


Posted 8-27-12

Full time Family Advocate Position


 

Posted 8-24-12

 

Peace Corps is now recruiting for international assignments that will depart in 2013. If you have a moment to forward the message below to students and faculty apprising them of our exciting opportunities, it would be greatly appreciated.  Also, please contact us if you would like to connect with your Peace Corps recruiter or if you would like to have materials sent to your office.  We look forward to working with you and your students again this academic year! *****************************************************Apply NOW to be considered for departure for Peace Corps Service in 2013! Peace Corps is now evaluating candidates for positions departing in 2013. Peace Corps is seeking candidates with a BA/BS, expressed leadership skills and relevant job experience or 3-5 years of relevant professional experience.  Click here to read more about our programs and qualifications. There is no upper age limit.  Individuals who wish to begin service prior to September 30th, 2013 should apply immediately for us to collect information and schedule interviews before these programs close.   Over 50 colleges and universities now offer Peace Corps GRADUATE SCHOOL FELLOWSHIPS. Speak with a recruiter and learn how you may qualify: Call our INFOLINE at 404 562-3452-or-Attend a live information session to learn how to make your application stand out! Find events at www.peacecorps.gov/events Peace Corps Southeast Regional Recruitment Office 60 Forsyth Street, Suite 3M40 | Atlanta, GA 30303Phone: 404.562.3456 | Fax: 404.562.3455 Upcoming Events | Follow us on Facebook 


Posted 8-22-12

 

 

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Please respond by Friday, August 24, 2012.

To Apply, please click on the link below.

 

https://www.select2perform.com/default?action=url&key=a1d89f69f787b7
 

SALES TRAINEE 
PART-TIME POSITION AVAILABLE 
134 Pikeview Street, Dresden, TN 

The Fastenal Company would like to invite ambitious, hard-working individuals to apply for the position of part-time Sales Trainee. Applicants should be able to bring new ideas and improvements to business practices; remain fair, respectful and moral in all situations; and work well both independently and as part of a team. 

ABOUT US: 
Fastenal Company is a leading industrial and construction distributor with over 2,500 locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico and other countries internationally. Since 1967 Fastenal has been a fast-growing company with excellent employment opportunities for career advancement. We strive to help employees reach their full potential in pursuit of our "Growth through Customer Service" mission. 

OVERVIEW: 
Working in the role of part-time Sales Trainee, you will have the opportunity to learn and grow with a leading industrial and supplies distributor. Fastenal Company is currently seeking candidates for a Sales Trainee position at our store located at 134 Pikeview Street, Dresden, TN. 

TRAINING PROGRAM: 
The training experience includes hands-on, on-line, and classroom training offered through our corporate university. External candidates hired for this position will begin their career in a Sales Trainee program. The training program for current employees who are promoted into these positions will vary based on prior experience with the company. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 
The duties and responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to: 
o Developing and executing a sales plan in the local territory to meet/exceed sales goals 
o Selling industrial and construction supplies business to business 
o Conducting cold calls with manufacturing, maintenance, construction, job sites and other industrial accounts 
o Maintaining and growing the existing customer base 
o Managing account collections for assigned accounts 
o Maintaining and growing customer inventory programs 
o Completing required training within the training period (if applicable) and desire to advance to full-time 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 
The skills and qualifications required for this position include: 
o 18 years of age or over 
o A strong aptitude for sales and desire to earn salary plus commission after the training period. 
o A valid driver's license and the ability to meet our driving record requirements 
o The ability to demonstrate Company values of Innovation, Teamwork, Ambition, and Integrity 
o Strong computer skills and math aptitude 
o The ability to lift, slide and lower packages that typically weigh 25lbs-50lbs and may weigh up to 75lbs 
o Possess or are working towards an Associates Degree in Business/Marketing OR have equivalent industry experience and knowledge of the local market 
o Ability to pass the required drug test (applicable in the US, Puerto Rico, and Guam ONLY).

 
 

Please respond by Friday, August 24, 2012.

 

Fastenal is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To Apply, please click on the link below.

 


Please save this information for future reference.

Job Link: https://www.select2perform.com/default?action=url&key=a1d89f69f787b7

 


 

Posted 8-10-12

 

McKenzie Banking Company - Paris, TN branch has 2 part time positions available. Please contact Mrs. Sandy Louden for more information.  (731)352-4095 or email loudens@bethelu.edu


Posted 8-9-12

 


Posted 8-7-12
 

 

DU Seeking High Level Communications Specialist

Senior Communications Specialist
Memphis, TN - NHQ

Overview
The Communications Department of Ducks Unlimited, Inc. (DU) seeks an experienced, full-time Senior Communications Specialist. The successful candidate will have excellent command of the English language; strong, proven writing skills; and proficiency with Microsoft Office software. The candidate must be an energetic self-starter who is detail-oriented, with the ability to handle multiple projects concurrently - and meet regular deadlines for each. Excellent communications skills are a must, and the candidate must be able to work as part of a high-level corporate communications team.

Responsibilities & Duties
Write and edit speeches, scripts, newsletters, action alerts and other high-level internal communications for senior staff and volunteer officers (a key function)
Interact frequently with senior staff and volunteer officers in preparing and finalizing speeches and other communications
Create compelling audiovisual presentations for senior staff and volunteer officers
Coordinate regularly and directly with DU Secretary/COO of Wetlands America Trust (WAT) in communicating with current and prospective board members
Assist with preparation of materials for DU/WAT board meetings and attend meetings as assigned
Assist in the planning, scripting and production of the annual National Convention
Write, edit and distribute press releases and other external communications to national, regional, state and local media
Place stories in national media outlets, arrange interviews and support DU's overall media relations efforts
Represent DU at events and conferences as assigned
Other duties as assigned 
Some travel required

Qualifications
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in journalism, public relations, communications or a related field with 5-7 years of verifiable experience preferred. Excellent writing skills are mandatory. A high level of creativity and the ability to learn and adapt quickly to Ducks Unlimited's fast-paced, results-oriented organizational culture will be essential. The ideal candidate will be organized, dependable, flexible, goal-oriented, articulate, courteous and discreet. Strong research and analytical skills are important. The ability to turn complex technical material into accessible and compelling writing is essential. Experience working with top-level executives and volunteers and an understanding of the natural resources/conservation field are a plus. The position is located in Memphis, TN, at DU's national headquarters and reports to the Director of Communications.

To Apply
Please send resume and cover letter to Deanna McAdory in Human Resources at dmcadory@ducks.org


Posted 8-3-12

 

 

SALES TRAINEE 
PART-TIME POSITION AVAILABLE 
134 Pikeview Street, Dresden, TN 

The Fastenal Company would like to invite ambitious, hard-working individuals to apply for the position of part-time Sales Trainee. Applicants should be able to bring new ideas and improvements to business practices; remain fair, respectful and moral in all situations; and work well both independently and as part of a team. 

ABOUT US: 
Fastenal Company is a leading industrial and construction distributor with over 2,500 locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico and other countries internationally. Since 1967 Fastenal has been a fast-growing company with excellent employment opportunities for career advancement. We strive to help employees reach their full potential in pursuit of our "Growth through Customer Service" mission. 

OVERVIEW: 
Working in the role of part-time Sales Trainee, you will have the opportunity to learn and grow with a leading industrial and supplies distributor. Fastenal Company is currently seeking candidates for a Sales Trainee position at our store located at 134 Pikeview Street, Dresden, TN. 

TRAINING PROGRAM: 
The training experience includes hands-on, on-line, and classroom training offered through our corporate university. External candidates hired for this position will begin their career in a Sales Trainee program. The training program for current employees who are promoted into these positions will vary based on prior experience with the company. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 
The duties and responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to: 
o Developing and executing a sales plan in the local territory to meet/exceed sales goals 
o Selling industrial and construction supplies business to business 
o Conducting cold calls with manufacturing, maintenance, construction, job sites and other industrial accounts 
o Maintaining and growing the existing customer base 
o Managing account collections for assigned accounts 
o Maintaining and growing customer inventory programs 
o Completing required training within the training period (if applicable) and desire to advance to full-time 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 
The skills and qualifications required for this position include: 
o 18 years of age or over 
o A strong aptitude for sales and desire to earn salary plus commission after the training period. 
o A valid driver's license and the ability to meet our driving record requirements 
o The ability to demonstrate Company values of Innovation, Teamwork, Ambition, and Integrity 
o Strong computer skills and math aptitude 
o The ability to lift, slide and lower packages that typically weigh 25lbs-50lbs and may weigh up to 75lbs 
o Possess or are working towards an Associate’s Degree in Business/Marketing OR have equivalent industry experience and knowledge of the local market 
o Ability to pass the required drug test (applicable in the US, Puerto Rico, and Guam ONLY).

 
 

Please respond by Friday, August 10, 2012.

 

Fastenal is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, please click on the link below.

 


Please save this information for future reference.

Job Link: https://www.select2perform.com/default?action=url&key=c1de3367b7e94d

 

 

 

 

Posted 8-3-12

 

 

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Please respond by Friday, August 10, 2012.

 

Fastenal is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To Apply, please click on the link below.

 

Job Link: https://www.select2perform.com/default?action=url&key=d1d1336bbceac9

 

SALES TRAINEE 
PART-TIME POSITION AVAILABLE 
1601 Forrest Street, Dyersburg, TN 

The Fastenal Company would like to invite ambitious, hard-working individuals to apply for the position of part-time Sales Trainee. Applicants should be able to bring new ideas and improvements to business practices; remain fair, respectful and moral in all situations; and work well both independently and as part of a team. 

ABOUT US: 
Fastenal Company is a leading industrial and construction distributor with over 2,500 locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico and other countries internationally. Since 1967 Fastenal has been a fast-growing company with excellent employment opportunities for career advancement. We strive to help employees reach their full potential in pursuit of our "Growth through Customer Service" mission. 

OVERVIEW: 
Working in the role of part-time Sales Trainee, you will have the opportunity to learn and grow with a leading industrial and supplies distributor. Fastenal Company is currently seeking candidates for a Sales Trainee position at our store located at 1601 Forrest Street, Dyersburg, TN. 

TRAINING PROGRAM: 
The training experience includes hands-on, on-line, and classroom training offered through our corporate university. External candidates hired for this position will begin their career in a Sales Trainee program. The training program for current employees who are promoted into these positions will vary based on prior experience with the company. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 
The duties and responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to: 
o Developing and executing a sales plan in the local territory to meet/exceed sales goals 
o Selling industrial and construction supplies business to business 
o Conducting cold calls with manufacturing, maintenance, construction, job sites and other industrial accounts 
o Maintaining and growing the existing customer base 
o Managing account collections for assigned accounts 
o Maintaining and growing customer inventory programs 
o Completing required training within the training period (if applicable) and desire to advance to full-time 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 
The skills and qualifications required for this position include: 
o 18 years of age or over 
o A strong aptitude for sales and desire to earn salary plus commission after the training period. 
o A valid driver's license and the ability to meet our driving record requirements 
o The ability to demonstrate Company values of Innovation, Teamwork, Ambition, and Integrity 
o Strong computer skills and math aptitude 
o The ability to lift, slide and lower packages that typically weigh 25lbs-50lbs and may weigh up to 75lbs 
o Possess or are working towards an Associates Degree in Business/Marketing OR have equivalent industry experience and knowledge of the local market 
o Ability to pass the required drug test (applicable in the US, Puerto Rico, and Guam ONLY).

 
 

Please respond by Friday, August 10, 2012.

 

Fastenal is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To Apply, please click on the link below.

 


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Posted 7-25-12

 

Environmental Camp help needed

 

In need of an instructor for my camps this fall. I have 16 groups throughout September and October that I need someone to teach the pond study and nature hike classes,

a night hike and a few other duties during the meal times. For more information please contact the following:

 

Rex McBride

Boone County Extension Service

4-H Program Assistant for Environmental Education

P.O. Box 876

Burlington, KY 41005

859-586-6101

Fax 859-586-6107

rex.mcbride@uky.edu


Posted 7-23-12

Please apply by Friday, July 27, 2012.

 

 

 

 
 

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Posted 7-18-12

 

Tipton County Opening

 


Posted 7-18-12

 

McKenzie Opening


Posted 7-13-12

 

 

 If you are looking for a great entry-level position to start your career in sales, we want to speak with you today!
Cbeyond has classroom and field training to prepare you for a successful career in sales and sales management. The primary responsibility for this position is to present and sell Cbeyond services to small-size and mid-size business customers, generating new revenue.
This is an outside sales position that requires a high activity sales model.  As such, employees are responsible for a monthly sales quota through prospecting, face-to-face cold calling, and lead generation.  We offer opportunities for advancement and promote from within based on performance.
 Responsibilities:
• Deliver and sell Cbeyond products and services to potential small to midsize business customers. 
• Develop a client base by marketing our products in a defined geographic territory.  This can be done by visiting their office, telemarketing, lead groups, chamber meetings, agents, etc. 
• Develop your individual pipeline of target customers that fit within the Cbeyond sales model.
• Must be comfortable with speaking in front of groups and executives about our products and services, upon completion of training.
• Partner with the Territory Sales Manager, so that you meet or exceed your targeted monthly sales goals. 
• Adhere to the Cbeyond Sales Activity Model, while developing your own sales technique.
• Attend all required Cbeyond trainings and sales functions. 
• Accurately document all sales activity and sales leads into the tracking system. 
• Work with Customer Service and Operations to ensure customer satisfaction. 
• Work with the back office to ensure that customer paperwork is complete, thereby ensuring that the order flow process runs smoothly and the customer is installed in a timely manner. 
• Follow all Cbeyond standards and formats in presentations, proposals, and professionalism.
Compensation & Benefits
• Nationally recognized, award winning Cbeyond University – structured 8 week training program focusing on developing product knowledge, appropriate sales techniques, and client management.
• Starting Base Salary of $35,000. Average total comp $50-60,000.00.
• Aggressive commission plan. Commission and sales bonus on every closed account. Additional $1,000.00 monthly bonus for exceeding sales quota.
• Branch outings and annual company trips.
• Recognition Contests & Awards
• Matching 401k through Merrill Lynch
• Comprehensive Medical, Dental, Vision, and Disability benefits programs
• Gas/Car Allowance
• Laptop and Blackberry
• Active in our Community Connections program
• Unlimited and self-propelled upward mobility to grow your career "Further....Faster"
 
 
For more information please email the following:
 

Cbeyond

Alyssa LoBue- Regional recruiter 

Alyssa.lobue@cbeyond.net

(630)468-1207

 


Posted 7-13-12

 

 

 

SALES TRAINEE 
PART-TIME POSITION AVAILABLE 
2409 West Main Street, Union City, TN 

The Fastenal Company would like to invite ambitious, hard-working individuals to apply for the position of part-time Sales Trainee. Applicants should be able to bring new ideas and improvements to business practices; remain fair, respectful and moral in all situations; and work well both independently and as part of a team. 

ABOUT US: 
Fastenal Company is a leading industrial and construction distributor with over 2,500 locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico and other countries internationally. Since 1967 Fastenal has been a fast-growing company with excellent employment opportunities for career advancement. We strive to help employees reach their full potential in pursuit of our "Growth through Customer Service" mission. 

OVERVIEW: 
Working in the role of part-time Sales Trainee, you will have the opportunity to learn and grow with a leading industrial and supplies distributor. Fastenal Company is currently seeking candidates for a Sales Trainee position at our store located at 2409 West Main Street, Union City, TN. 

TRAINING PROGRAM: 
The training experience includes hands-on, on-line, and classroom training offered through our corporate university. External candidates hired for this position will begin their career in a Sales Trainee program. The training program for current employees who are promoted into these positions will vary based on prior experience with the company. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 
The duties and responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to: 
o Developing and executing a sales plan in the local territory to meet/exceed sales goals 
o Selling industrial and construction supplies business to business 
o Conducting cold calls with manufacturing, maintenance, construction, job sites and other industrial accounts 
o Maintaining and growing the existing customer base 
o Managing account collections for assigned accounts 
o Maintaining and growing customer inventory programs 
o Completing required training within the training period (if applicable) and desire to advance to full-time 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 
The skills and qualifications required for this position include: 
o 18 years of age or over 
o A strong aptitude for sales and desire to earn salary plus commission after the training period. 
o A valid driver's license and the ability to meet our driving record requirements 
o The ability to demonstrate Company values of Innovation, Teamwork, Ambition, and Integrity 
o Strong computer skills and math aptitude 
o The ability to lift, slide and lower packages that typically weigh 25lbs-50lbs and may weigh up to 75lbs 
o Possess or are working towards an Associates Degree in Business/Marketing OR have equivalent industry experience and knowledge of the local market 
o Ability to pass the required drug test (applicable in the US, Puerto Rico, and Guam ONLY).

 
 

***Please respond by Wednesday, July 18, 2012***

 

Fastenal is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


 

To Apply, please click on the link below.


 Job Link


 

Posted 7-13-12

 

 

SALES TRAINEE 
PART-TIME POSITION AVAILABLE 
134 Pikeview Street, Dresden, TN 

The Fastenal Company would like to invite ambitious, hard-working individuals to apply for the position of part-time Sales Trainee. Applicants should be able to bring new ideas and improvements to business practices; remain fair, respectful and moral in all situations; and work well both independently and as part of a team. 

ABOUT US: 
Fastenal Company is a leading industrial and construction distributor with over 2,500 locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico and other countries internationally. Since 1967 Fastenal has been a fast-growing company with excellent employment opportunities for career advancement. We strive to help employees reach their full potential in pursuit of our "Growth through Customer Service" mission. 

OVERVIEW: 
Working in the role of part-time Sales Trainee, you will have the opportunity to learn and grow with a leading industrial and supplies distributor. Fastenal Company is currently seeking candidates for a Sales Trainee position at our store located at 134 Pikeview Street, Dresden, TN. 

TRAINING PROGRAM: 
The training experience includes hands-on, on-line, and classroom training offered through our corporate university. External candidates hired for this position will begin their career in a Sales Trainee program. The training program for current employees who are promoted into these positions will vary based on prior experience with the company. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 
The duties and responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to: 
o Developing and executing a sales plan in the local territory to meet/exceed sales goals 
o Selling industrial and construction supplies business to business 
o Conducting cold calls with manufacturing, maintenance, construction, job sites and other industrial accounts 
o Maintaining and growing the existing customer base 
o Managing account collections for assigned accounts 
o Maintaining and growing customer inventory programs 
o Completing required training within the training period (if applicable) and desire to advance to full-time 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 
The skills and qualifications required for this position include: 
o 18 years of age or over 
o A strong aptitude for sales and desire to earn salary plus commission after the training period. 
o A valid driver's license and the ability to meet our driving record requirements 
o The ability to demonstrate Company values of Innovation, Teamwork, Ambition, and Integrity 
o Strong computer skills and math aptitude 
o The ability to lift, slide and lower packages that typically weigh 25lbs-50lbs and may weigh up to 75lbs 
o Possess or are working towards an Associates Degree in Business/Marketing OR have equivalent industry experience and knowledge of the local market 
o Ability to pass the required drug test (applicable in the US, Puerto Rico, and Guam ONLY).

 
 

***Please respond by Friday, July 20, 2012**

 

Fastenal is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 


 

To Apply, please click on the link below.

 Job Link

 

 

 


 

Posted 7-12-12

 

Charter Communications has openings for Direct Sales Representatives, please see job description below:

 

You may click HERE to apply

 


Posted 7-10-12

Center Coordinator for Lauderdale Head Start Opening:


Posted 7-10-12

Washington Douglas Assistant Teacher:

 

 


Posted 7-10-12

Assistant Teacher Position


Posted 7-10-12

Position for Early Head Start Teacher/Family Advocate

 

 


 

Posted 7-6-12

 


Do you need community service hours? Something to set you apart on your resume? W.R.A.P. is seeking volunteers,  the hours for working in the office are 8-430, and also need volunteers to work in the community or events that WRAP holds.  

To fill out a volunteer application please click  HERE.

If you have any questions about volunteering please contact Rachel at rrosser@wrapwesttn.org


Posted 7-6-12

 


Posted 6-29-12


Jackson National Life Insurance Company seeks On-Call Associate

Please see requirements and job description below.  You may apply online by clicking HERE

 


Posted 6-29-12

 

 

 The VISTA Member for Veterans Services was sent previously but is still available.  The VISTA Member for the Alliance for Technology Access is a new position.  VISTA Members cannot be full time students, but can be taking up to three classes at night, online, or during the weekend.  
 
 
VISTA Member for Veterans Services
Activities will include:
  • Conduct a community needs assessment for Veterans and Military families to identify areas where services are needed.
  • Create new programs for Veterans and Military Families to address needs identified.
  • Become familiar with services and benefits that are available to Veterans and Military Families, and create educational materials to increase community awareness of these services and benefits.
  • Establish the means to recruit Veterans to serve as volunteers for STAR Center's programs and services.
  • Explore partnerships with agencies that work directly with veterans, military family members, and Veterans Serving Organizations.
 
VISTA Member for the Alliance for Technology Access
Activities will include:
  • Assist in the development of a public relations and marketing plan for ATA.
  • Create and implement a philanthropic development plan to increase awareness and develop financial resources. The plan will help to ensure sustainability of the services offered by the ATA.
  • Research and identify new community members, vendors, and funding sources to expand the membership network.
  • Develop and implement surveys for ATA center, associate, and vendor partners members and a system of monthly reporting.
  • Create a plan to ensure that ATA’s website and Online Classroom (AOC) is updated on a regular basis and training identified in the surveys are available to members.
  • Expand the use of community volunteers, both locally and nationally, by the creation of systems for recruitment, training, monitoring, and support.
VISTA stands for Volunteers In Service To America, and the VISTA Program is a lot like the PeaceCorps, but Members serve within the United States at a non-profit organization.  VISTA Members serve as full-time volunteers and focus on building capacity and infrastructure to make a lasting impact for the organization and the community.  Benefits of service include a monthly living allowance of $892 per month, health benefits, relocation allowance, and the choice between two different post-service awards: an education award of $5,550 or a cash stipend of $1,500 (a full list of benefits is attached to this E-mail).  
 
Interested candidates should contact Denise Meise at denise.meise@starcenter.tn.org for further information and application instructions. 
 

 


Posted 6-29-12

 

Easter Seals

Now hiring Direct Support Providers for Huntingdon, McKenzie, Paris, Lexington and Parsons areas

 

Apply online by clicking HERE or in person at

 

777 West Church Street

Suite K

Lexington, TN


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Posted 6-19-12

 

 

Roberts & Todd Security seeks assistant managers
 
No management experience needed, willing to train!
Part time or Full time.
 
Opportunity to earn $100.00 a day to start!!!
( Must submit resume.)
 

Roberts & Todd Security
Office 731-668-6009
Fax 731-668-3677
Toll Free 866-282-8722
robertsandtodd@gmail.com

 


Posted 6-19-12

CASTLES work study program through the Center for Community Health Solutions at Vanderbilt University has openings, see below:


Posted 6-19-12

Click HERE to apply

 


Posted 6-14-12

 

 

Immediate opening for a full time receptionist/accounting clerk in my CPA practice located in Camden, TN.
 
Experience is preferred, but realize training will be needed.
 
Applicants should have office and computer skills and be able to deal with the public.
 
Part-time/Intern applicants may be considered.
 
Please send Resumes to:
 
Attn: Receptionist/Accounting Clerk
        P.O. Box 180
        Camden, TN 38320
 
or e-mail  cpasdc@bellsouth.net   
 

Posted 6-13-12

 

MADISON COUNTY JOB FAIR

 

The Tennessee Career Center at Jackson and State Representative Johnny Shaw (District 80) will host a Job Fair on Wednesday, June 20, 2012, at the Jackson State Community College Gymnasium, 2046 North Parkway, Jackson, TN. The job fair will be open to the public from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm.  Free parking is available to everyone.


Posted 6-12-12

 

 

Over 30 new jobs were added to EElinked  and new jobs are posted every day!

Click HERE to view postings, you may search by region or internationally.

 

 


Posted 6-12-12


Posted 6-12-12

 

WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN

“Urban Fishing Program Technician”

WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT DIVISION / FISHERIES BRANCH

LIMITED POSITION / PHOENIX BASED

SALARY GRADE 16 (Hiring Range $29,415-$46,376)

ANNOUNCEMENT #19-12WS / CLOSING DATE: 6/26/2012

 

Description of Duties: Coordinates lake management activities with numerous city park departments.  Assist and inspect bi-weekly fish stocking of Urban Fishing Program lakes.  Prepares program summaries in table and graphic form.  Communicates Urban Fishing Program and Department information to a diverse public.  Assists with the coordination of program activities within the Department and with other critical customers.  Makes computer entries and maintains and manages program data.  Performs basic water quality monitoring evaluations and studies.  Provides basic fish and lake management advice and service to municipalities.  Participates in training and meetings requiring travel and overnight stays.  Adheres to Department policy and procedures.  Reviews and searches popular and technical information to maintain proficiency in specialty field.  Repairs, maintains, and orders equipment and supplies.

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: The ideal candidate will have fisheries management, fish stocking, public relations, customer service, water quality monitoring, and computer experience. The candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in a wildlife science or a closely related field from an accredited college or university, OR two years of field experience equivalent to a Wildlife Assistant II. Must possess a valid driver's license with a good driving record. Successful completion of a pre-employment medical/physical evaluation is required prior to appointment.

 

 

 

TO APPLY CLICK AZSTATEJOBS.GOV

FOR ARIZONA GAME AND FISH USE KEYWORD :AGF

 


Posted 6-12-12


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Posted 6-11-12

 

The Daniel Boone National Forest, located in eastern KY, has a permanent seasonal Firefighter position open


Posted 6-7-12

PROGRAMMER INTERN


Posted 6-7-12

 

Permanent Position for Fire Operations Specialist at Shawnee National Forest.

 

*** YOU MAY CLICK ON THE OUTREACH RESPONSE FORM ABOVE TO APPLY


Posted 6-7-12 

Tennessee Department of Treasury Position :Qualified applicants send their resumes to Treasury.Resumes@tn.gov by June 22, 2012.

 

 

 


Posted 6-6-12

The STAR Center is pleased to announce that two full-time positions are now available through the AmeriCorps VISTA Program.

VISTA stands for Volunteers In Service To America, and the VISTA Program is a lot like the PeaceCorps, but Members serve within the United States at a non-profit organization.  VISTA Members serve as full-time volunteers and focus on building capacity and infrastructure to make a lasting impact for the organization and the community.  Benefits of service include a monthly living allowance of $892 per month, health benefits, relocation allowance, and the choice between two different post-service awards: an education award of $5,350 or a cash stipend of $1,500 (a full list of benefits is attached to this email).
 
VISTA Member for the Learning Lab
Activities will include:
  • Recruiting volunteer mentors and tutors to work directly with clients in the STAR Center's Learning Lab
  • Creating volunteer mentor and tutor training materials
  • Develop curriculum and training materials to increase educational and behavioral outcomes in terms of math and literacy, as well as social and emotional development.
  • Create positive publicity materials for the Learning Lab.
  • Develop new collaborative relationships with education stakeholders to increase community awareness of the services offered through the Learning Lab.
 
VISTA Member for Veterans Services
Activities will include:
  • Conduct a community needs assessment for Veterans and Military families to identify areas where services are needed.
  • Create new programs for Veterans and Military Families to address needs identified.
  • Become familiar with services and benefits that are available to Veterans and Military Families, and create educational materials to increase community awareness of these services and benefits.
  • Establish the means to recruit Veterans to serve as volunteers for STAR Center's programs and services.
  • Explore partnerships with agencies that work directly with veterans, military family members, and Veterans Serving Organizations.
 
Interested candidates should contact Denise Meise at denise.meise@starcenter.tn.org for further information and application instructions. 


 


Posted 6-5-12

Two Investigator Positions available, to learn more or to apply online please visit their website by clicking here http://usis.com/Careers.aspx


Posted 6-4-12

 

Early Head Start Teacher/Family Advocate

 


Posted 5-31-2012

 

 

 

Company Name:

Systems-logic Inc

 

Title:

   Java/ .net/ MS-BI

 

Job Description for Software Programmer/ Engineer:

·         Application development involving designing, coding, debugging and testing various software applications using applicable/prescribed technologies

·         Involve in Object oriented programming, design and analysis

·         Use various methodologies in software programming to accomplish modeling and simulation

·         Application of various graphical and user interface technologies to design the front end of applications

·         Knowledge and coordination of software testing and quality assurance

·         Perform improvement balancing and tuning of applications

·         Perform integration with existing systems and applications

·         Support, maintain and document software functionality

·         Evaluate and identify new technologies for implementations

·         Maintain Standards and compliances

·         Implement localization or globalization of software.

Common IT Hardware, Software, Platform and Systems Knowledge:C, C++, Java, .NET, Python, BEA WebLogic, WebSphere, J2EE, JBoss, ADO, Perl, HTML, JSP, JavaScript, Web services, SOAP, XML, ASP, JSP, PHP, MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, UNIX, Linux, Redhat Linux, STL, XSLT, OWL, AJAX, J2EE, J2ME, J2SE, Sun Solaris

 

Qualification:

 bachelor's/master's  : Computer Science, Information Technology, mechanical Engineering,Electrical                       Engineering, Information Systems

 

Location:

          Sterling, Virginia -20165

 

Contact details;

Mail your updated resume to Hareesh.vardhan@systems-logic.com

Or You can reach me at  571.449.2890

 

Web link:

systems-logic.com


Posted 5-31-2012

 

 

HR Manager Etowah, TN

SUMMARY OF POSITION

Johns Manville is currently seeking qualified applicants for the role of Plant HR Manager in our Etowah, TN facility. This position will also have responsibility for the Johns Manville plants in Scottsboro, AL and Spartanburg, SC. The purpose of this position is to provide generalist HR leadership for the manufacturing facilities to include strategic human resources assessment and planning, employee relations, performance management, recruiting, administration of compensation, change management, local HRIS, safety and health, training/development, and talent management.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coaches managers in performance management including addressing performance issues, rewarding superior performance, and communicating performance expectations to employees
  • Manages the overall performance appraisal process
  • Works with managers to source and select top talent, develop succession plans, and develop employees
  • Manages the staffing process including sourcing, interviewing, offer preparation and maintain compliance with local and federal employment laws
  • Works with managers to plan and implement change with a focus on ensuring effective employee communications
  • Works with managers to minimize change impact and with employees to ensure change acceptance.
  • Coaches managers in understanding employee issues and concerns and underlying causes, promotes direct lines of communications between employees and management
  • Coaches managers in understanding local labor contracts and compliance issues, advises managers of legal issues, acts as advocate for employees who are being treated unfairly
  • Ensures that the workplace is free from hostility or intimidation.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • BA/BS degree in relevant discipline.
  • MBA or PHR/SPHR certification desirable but not required.
  • 5 to 10 years in either a generalist role or in a succession of assignments in various HR disciplines.
  • Must have manufacturing experience
  • Labor relations experience (preparation for arbitration, grievances, negotiation).
  • Positive employee relations expertise to include pro-active preventative labor experience.
  • Experience in a strong process improvement environment that utilizes Six Sigma, or other Lean manufacturing disciplines.
  • Experience or exposure to change management; experience as a change agent
  • Strong performance management background with particular emphasis on managing an objective based appraisal process.
  • Demonstrated experience mentoring and developing early career HR professionals.
  • Experience with talent management, including recruitment, succession planning, and employee development.
  • Expert knowledge of human resource practices, applicable local and federal laws and regulations.
  • Expert coaching, counseling and communication (verbal, written and presentation/facilitation) skills.
  • Solid management and leadership skills.
  • Solid problem resolution and negotiation skills.
  • Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently.
  • Computer proficiency in software applications to include analysis, letter writing, email communications, and graphic presentations.
  • Implementation, Business Direction, Networking/Teambuilding, People Development, Personal Leadership Characteristic skills required

We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • BA/BS degree in relevant discipline.
  • MBA or PHR/SPHR certification desirable but not required.
  • 5 to 10 years in either a generalist role or in a succession of assignments in various HR disciplines.
  • Must have manufacturing experience
  • Labor relations experience (preparation for arbitration, grievances, negotiation).
  • Positive employee relations expertise to include pro-active preventative labor experience.
  • Experience in a strong process improvement environment that utilizes Six Sigma, or other Lean manufacturing disciplines.
  • Experience or exposure to change management; experience as a change agent
  • Strong performance management background with particular emphasis on managing an objective based appraisal process.
  • Demonstrated experience mentoring and developing early career HR professionals.
  • Experience with talent management, including recruitment, succession planning, and employee development.
  • Expert knowledge of human resource practices, applicable local and federal laws and regulations.
  • Expert coaching, counseling and communication (verbal, written and presentation/facilitation) skills.
  • Solid management and leadership skills.
  • Solid problem resolution and negotiation skills.
  • Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently.
  • Computer proficiency in software applications to include analysis, letter writing, email communications, and graphic presentations.
  • Implementation, Business Direction, Networking/Teambuilding, People Development, Personal Leadership Characteristic skills required

 

 

 

 

Please apply here:

https://www1.apply2jobs.com/JohnsManville/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=372&CurrentPage=1

 


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Posted 5-24-2012

 

Youth Villages is currently hiring Outdoor Youth Counselors to work on our Deer Valley Campus in Linden, TN.

We are having an interview day on Friday, June 1. Anyone interested in this position will need to apply into our Applicant tracking system to be invited by a recruiter.

 

 

Company Overview
Youth Villages has been a national leader in the implementation of research-based treatment philosophies in the field of children's mental and behavioral health. Our commitment to helping troubled children and their families find success spans 20+ years and includes a comprehensive array of programs and services. 

 

Position Overview
Youth Counselors (also called Teacher Counselors) are a part of the team providing mental health services to boys between the ages of 11 and 18. Boys live in residential cabins that are perched on a hillside not far from the dining/activities center and counseling services building. 
While at Deer Valley, children receive intensive counseling designed to help them learn to live successfully at home. They attend our state-approved campus school. 
The Counselors work with a small group of children on various life skills and training. 
A Teacher Counselor wears many hats and is very flexible as well as creative.
Outdoor Youth Counselors work a 4 day shift every week.

 

Requirements
A Bachelor's degree in a social services discipline is required 
Experience working with at-risk youth a major plus
Experience working with youth is required

 

Applicants can apply online at

YOUTH VILLAGES COUNSELOR POSITION

 

 


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To apply online click the picture above or click here

 

 


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APPLY NOW


Posted 5-2-12

 


We have three unpaid summer internships positions and community service/ volunteer hours available.

 

SW intern position works with our Social Worker

The internship experience includes a comprehensive orientation to our facility, model, and philosophy of care, along with frequent supervision by highly qualified professionals. Interns form a relationship with their individual Field Instructor (LBSW), who helps in the development of personal goals and learning outcomes. Interns also have opportunities to learn from and collaborate with related disciplines through interdisciplinary team meetings.

Application Process 
Includes: Application, Background screen, TB skin Test and Drug screen

This is an unpaid position

Call or email Wanda at wperry@avalon-hospice.com or 731-736-2046.  

 

 

Chaplaincy /Theology  
Be part of Avalon Hospice interdisciplinary team, the chaplain intern provides spiritual care services to participating patients, family members and staff members in various settings under the supervision of our Chaplain.  loss and grief, ethical problems, spiritual issues and other challenges faced in pastoral care and counseling roles. The program allows students a unique opportunity to experience an interdisciplinary care team while accessing and building upon their own spiritual foundation.

Application Process 
Includes: Application, Background screen, TB skin Test and Drug screen

This is an unpaid position
Call or email Wanda at wperry@avalon-hospice.com or 731-736-2046.  

 

 

Nursing internship

If you are a student nurse seeking additional clinical experience,  Avalon hospice has summer Internships available. This is a an unpaid mentorship offering student nurses a unique opportunity to expand their clinical knowledge by providing direct patient care, reinforcing nursing skills, and increasing clinical competency in practice. nursing , you will work on a team with a highly skilled, experienced Registered Nurse.  Schedule to be determined.
Opportunities During the Program

Regular meetings with educators, nurse managers, and team members

Application Process 
Includes: Application, Background screen, TB skin Test and Drug screen

This is an unpaid position
Call or email Wanda at wperry@avalon-hospice.com or 731-736-2046.  

 

Administrative Assistant/Medical Admin Assistant/Medical Office Specialist

Depending on the size of the practice and staff, the medical office specialist's duties could vary slightly. This includes fielding calls and transferring them to the appropriate person or taking a message and light office work such as filing, copying, or scanning documents.

Application Process: This is an unpaid position
Includes: Application, Background screen, TB skin Test and Drug screen

Call or email Wanda at wperry@avalon-hospice.com or 731-736-2046.  

 

Volunteer/community service opportunities available

People needed with servant hearts to minister in their local communities.   No special skills or training is necessary.  It simply requires a servants heart and a desire to make a difference.

People  to provide companionship and caregiver relief to patients.  We are only asking  two hours at a time, one time a week to  twice per month) Play music, sing, provide devotionals to believers who cant get to church due to their health. Speak an encouraging word to the them.  After a prolonged ill patients  have fewer and fewer visitors and can sometimes they feel alone or forgotten.  We get to be a  light to them and bright their day with a simple as a smile.  We have the opportunity to remind them that they are not alone, nor forgotten.

Your  presence can give caregivers time to go to the doctor, go to the grocery store or to the pharmacy or just time to renew and  refresh by being in a quiet place.  It’s the little things that mean the most to these precious families.

Perhaps you are a hairdresser or barber and can donate a haircut to one patient, once per month in their home. 

Perhaps you can paint the nails while, providing an encouraging word. 

Perhaps you sing or can play an instrument  and would be willing to minister through the gift of music once  a month.

Can you sew and you and your sewing circle would be interested in making small quilts or throws to place over the laps of  patients, which will warm their bodies and their hearts. 

Perhaps you play an instrument and would like to ministers to bereaved families in a song at our annual memorial. 

We have  a place  for servants to minister using their gifts and talents.

Opportunities throughout West TN

Call or email Wanda at wperry@avalon-hospice.com or 731-736-2046.

This is an unpaid position

 


Posted 4-30-12   Summer position for Nursing:

 


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Posted 4-26-12

 

 

The FBI Special Agent Application is going live for 5/9 through 5/14 ONLY.

 

It will not go up again for people to apply until 8/1/ through 8/14.

 

There is also a virtual career fair on line from 5/9 through 5/10 for professional positions.

 

 

Go to www.fbijobs.gov for any announcements prior to 5/9.  We have not received word yet where the application link will be.  But as soon as I get an update I will advise everyone prior to 5/9.



 

Posted 4-26-12

Interviewing Now:

 

To apply click here and follow the directions given above.

 


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Posted 4-24-12

 

Two Positions now available at Mammoth Cave Click  here to view positions and apply

 

 


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Posted 4-23-12

 

 

McKenzie Banking Company, McKenzie, TN has an opening for a part-time teller position beginning this summer.

Interested applicants should bring a resume and completed application to Joe Neumair at the McKenzie office downtown.

An application can be obtained by going to the bank to request one.


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Posted 4-17-12

 

American Cellular/Verizon Wireless in Huntingdon is accepting resumes for part - time and full - time positions.  They prefer the applicant to have sales experience, seeking a business degree, or have completed a degree in the business field.  They will accept resumes on site at 95 Veterans Drive N. in Huntingdon or you may email them to acihun@bellsouth.net


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Summer Internship Opportunity

 

 

 


Posted 4-16-12

 West Side CP Church Summer Program 2012

 

 

 

 


Posted 4-12-12

 

 

We are currently recruiting college students who are interested in serving as Summer Associate VISTA Members for ten weeks during their summer break.  Summer Associate VISTA Members assist current VISTA Members with their projects, helping to enhance the impact made by their service.  Benefits of serving as a Summer Associate include a living allowance of $858 per month and a post-service education award of $1,200 that can be used to pay off student loans or go towards future education.

 

We will be hiring between now and summer and to apply the need to go to www.americorps.gov and search for opportunities in Tennessee, called "The STAR Center (Summer)". After they find that, they can fill out the online. We will have openings in various organization in various cities. These details are still coming through, but we wanted to go ahead and get the word out. Let me know if you have any questions! Thank you! 

 

Kevin Adelsberger,

Americorps VISTA Leader
 
STAR Center, Jackson, TN
Direct Line: 1-731-554-5151
 
 
 
***Please click here for direct link to apply.
 

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Seeking Head Start Family Advocate

 

 

 


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Posted 4-5-12

 

 

RHA West TN in Trenton has internship opportunities:

 

RHA West TN is a full care facility for adult individuals with developmental disorders.

There are internship opportunities available for summer and spring.

The behavior department is looking for interns to assist with data collection on various things such as frequency, sleeping habits, and triggers. This would be great for anyone who's looking for professional research experience.
Internships also available for anyone in the social science fields working directly with the individuals and providing care as well as running programs to help them learn essential living tasks such as teeth brushing, learning street signs, and preparing them for jobs in the community.
 

They are also always looking for volunteers.

 

An internship with us could turn into a job after they graduate!

For more information please EMAIL :

 Jerry Douglas Pickard
jerry.pickard@ymail.com

 

 

 

 


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Wayne National Forest Summer Employment Opportunities

 

 

2012 Summer Season
Temporary Employment Opportunities
Wayne National Forest Service 
Supervisor’s Office, Nelsonville, OH
Athens Ranger District, Nelsonville, and Marietta, OH
www.fs.fed.us/r9/wayne


The Wayne National Forest is seeking qualified applicants to fill a variety of temporary full-time positions for the 2012 summer season which typically runs from Mid-May through the end of September. The deadline to apply to these positions is April 16, 2012. 

**These positions are currently advertised for fill in USAJOBS automated application system at WWW.USAJOBS.GOV under the following announcement numbers. Please see attached Outreaches for specific duties. Unless otherwise indicated, please select Nelsonville, OH as your duty location.

Position

Announcement number

Overview of Position

Visitor Information Assistant

OCRT-1001-4-VIS-DT

Works at a visitor center providing Forest information and education by answering phones and visiting public. Sells forest products, permits and retail items. Delivers interpretive and educational programs to a variety of audiences. 
Contact: Connie Macek 740-753-0554

Forestry Technician (Timber Mgmt.)

OCRT-462-4-TSP-DT or
OCRT-462-3-GEN-DT

Selects and marks individual trees for timber management/stand improvement, hikes arduous terrain, conducts forest inventory, requires knowledge or ability to learn: species identification, determining topographic slope and aspect, and related fundamental timber cruising procedures. 
Contact: Warren Tucker 740-753-0890

Biological Technician (Wildlife)

OCRT-404-4-WLDLF-DT

Primary duties include surveying openland habitat, identifying the need for maintenance and writing prescriptions for work needed. Involves identification of Non-Native Invasive Plant Species and the willingness to use and apply herbicides. Also involves working around and within aquatic habitats. 
Contact: Lynda Andrews 740-753-0550

Biological Technician (Wildlife)

OCRT-404-4-WLDLF-DT

Primary duties include wildlife data entry and surveying for selected wildlife species by sight and/or sound. Other duties may include working with Plant Technicians/invasive plant crew, trail maintenance, plant surveys and monitoring, other wildlife surveys and monitoring, and additional duties as assigned.

Contact: Katrina Schultes 740-753-0901

Biological Technician (Plants)

OCRT-404-4-PLANTS-DT

Primary duties include identification of native and invasive plant species, navigating off-road with topographic maps and GPS, the manual, mechanical and chemical control of invasive plants, seeding and transplanting native plants, weeding and other duties as necessary. Training in herbicide application will be provided. A valid state driver’s license and willingness to apply herbicides are a requirement of this job. Contact: Cheryl Coon 740-753-0558


**TO CURRENTLY ENROLLED COLLEGE STUDENTS - Contact us first to see if you qualify for special hiring authorities.

Government housing is not available. Must have valid state driver’s license and be responsible for transportation to and from district office. Public transportation is limited.

For further information, contact Gala Goldsmith, District Ranger, at 740-753-0101.

 

 

 

 

 


Posted 4-5-12

Boy Scouts of America seeks District Executive with the West Tennessee Area Council

 

*This is a professional position and professional attire will be required. Please forward resumes to  Dave Abernathy, Field Director  dabernat@bsamail.org

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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Nestlé Purina Careers is hosting a sweepstakes on our Facebook page to give students a chance to win an iPad®2, receive interview tips from our recruitment team and be among the first to know when our internship and entry-level opportunities are posted. Click below to be directed to their Facebook.

 

 


 

 

Posted 3-30-12

 

 

CCA makes jointing the leader and founder of the nation's private corrections industry easy. With more than 60 facilities in nearly 20 states, CCA just might be your next professional home.

 

 

Click the picture above to search their available job listings and apply online.


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The Manitowoc Company located in Parsons, TN sees CAD Drafter II

Click job description below to apply:

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Posted 3-30-12

IRS JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

 

 

View IRS Job announcements by clicking the picture, you may also visit them on the below social medias:

 

 

 

Facebook:    http://www,facebook.com/pages/IRS_Recruitment/269210540098

Twitter:           http://twitter.com/jobdog59

Youtube:        http://www.youtube.com/IRSVideos#g/c/C229B1637C71A518

 

 


 
 
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SAVE THE DATE!! 
Spring Career/Internship Fair
March 29th 10:30am-1:30pm

Pre-fair Workshop March 15th
1:30pm-2:30pm Vera Low Activities Room
Event is open to all students/alumni

EMPLOYERS:  Email stoneh@bethelu.edu to request a registration form.


 

 


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 Opening for  Public Affairs Specialist in Washington D.C.

 

This position is open until  5 April.  

 

Openings for  Public Affairs Specialist in Washington D.C can be viewed and applied for at the following links.Public Affairs Specialist.

and also: HERE.

 

Please use the links provided above and for more information email : jebaggao@fs.fed.us 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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Outreach for Forestry Technician

 

 

 

 


 

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The vacancy announcement for this position may be found on the USAJobs website at Forestry Technician Vacancy, under announcement number OCRT-462-4-REC-DT.   

 

Applications MUST be submitted on-line through AVUE .  All applications must be submitted by April 4, 2012.The position will be filled at the GS-04 level only.  Select Nelsonville, OH as the duty station.

 

For more information and to indicate your interest, please contact:

Dawn McCarthy, Athens Assistant District Ranger

Phone:  (740) 753-0527

Email:  dmccarthy02@fs.fed.us

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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OUTREACH  NOTICE  

Administrative Support Assistant

                to the (Combined Eastern Leadership Team (CELT)            

                        Conflict Management and Prevention (CMP) Program Manager)

GS-0303-07

Southern Regional Office

Atlanta, Georgia

  

 

 

    Position Description:

 

This position is located in the Combined Eastern Leadership Team (CELT) Conflict Management Prevention (CMP) unit. The incumbent serves as an Administrative Assistant providing clerical assistance, administrative support for Government related official travel, and technical work in support of the Conflict Management and Prevention (CMP) Program Manager for the Combined Eastern Leadership Team (CELT) and the assigned duties include, but are not limited to:

Perform specialized budget support duties and serves as CELT CMP Program Liaison to the Servicing Budget Office Staff and members of the Eastern Administrative Leadership Team (EALT). Monitor monthly and quarterly financial statements for CELT CMP Program expenditures.

Serves as CELT CMP Program liaison to the Budget and/or Finance Office to provide information, budget monitoring, change or request submissions and similar activity.

Serves as CELT CMP Program focal point in working with vendors to arrange for and coordinate training opportunities for served populations including annual training for Collateral Duty Mediator Cadre. Makes schedule arrangements for training course, assuring all classroom requirements are met, and requested equipment is available. Review training requests for completeness and requestor eligibility. Advise employees on the status of training requests.  Follow-up with current and prospective mediator candidates to ensure understanding of training requirements.

Perform training support duties such as coordination, scheduling, and/or maintenance of training files and records.

Serves as CELT CMP Program liaison to the servicing Acquisition Management Office/Staff, handling or resolving a variety of procurement related problems and concerns. Researches, assembles, and prepares relevant documents such as: purchase orders and requisitions to arrange for, monitor, and procure needed equipment services and/or supplies.

Maintains and tracks all procurement actions, and keeps supervisor apprised of relevant funding or related concerns or issues.

Performs limited technical assignments such as:  advising employees and managers on minor employee problems, explain management and employee rights applicable in the resolution of workplace conflicts/disputes, provide information on alternative dispute resolution practices and programs characterized by complicating issues and concerns, serve as primary intake person for a variety of workplace dispute situations that may be resistant to traditional redress resolution approaches.

Serves as administrative resource expert for employees and managers within the CELT. Provide assistance and process expertise relating to Department of Agriculture ADR Programs. Deal with coordinators and representatives of Community Mediation, Shared Neutrals and a variety of other ADR Programs within the thirty-six (36) contiguous states on the East Coast and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (Geographic Area of The CELT). Answers questions independently or refers inquirer to appropriate field representatives or staff specialist on issues such as: incentive awards, disciplinary actions, etc.

Counsel clients on their roles and responsibilities relating to the processing of informal and formal EEO complaints under current Agency procedures. Interviews individual complainants, their representatives, responding officials and resolving officials regarding options, and to be able to request CMP Program services under these and other redress forums or processes without clear precedents or guidelines. May be assigned to assist or conduct mediations or other ADR proceedings to resolve complaints. Advises on subsequent redress options when ADR intervention efforts fail to generate resolution. Provides guidance on preferred formats, organization and issues to be addressed.

Consults with individuals contemplating the filing of employment discrimination complaints including providing information on their rights and responsibilities during the process as well as the burdens of proof required to prevail.

Assist in the planning, review and reporting of statistical and other data reflective of the CELT CMP Program contacts, projects and/or studies. Collects, compiles and manages statistical data supportive of CELT CMP Program activities.  Establish protocols for incoming data; organizes digital data sets and retrieves digitized data from computerized data bases. Perform basic data analyses and generates a variety of statistical and other reports. 

 

 

IF INTERESTED

We encourage you to express your interest in the position by completing the enclosed Outreach Response Form. The vacancy announcement will be advertised on OPM’s website: http://www.usajobs.opm.gov. If you would like more information about this opportunity, please contact Steven Dickerson at 404-347-0141 or by email at swdickerson@fs.fed.us.

Please use the Microsoft Word formatted Outreach Response Form below and send your Microsoft Word formatted response to Steven W. Dickerson, LMSW at swdickerson@fs.fed.us by April 13.

 

 

To learn more about this position, more about the Atlanta area and to obtain the OUTREACH RESPONSE FORM PLEASE CLICK HERE: 

Atlanta Outreach Response Form

 

 

 

 

 


 

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MAMMOTH CAVE NATIONAL PARK

 

The seasonal Park Guide, GS-0090-04 and 05 positions are being advertised please click here Park Guide Positions.  The announcement closes on March 30, 2012.  Please read the entire vacancy announcement carefully, prior to applying.  All resumes MUST be submitted on-line.  No documents will be accepted at Mammoth Cave National Park.  Any questions and/or concerns, please call (877) 554-4550.  Thank you.

Jackie G. Johnson
Human Resources Specialist
Western-ASU, Mammoth Cave National Park
P.O. Box 7
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky 42259
(270) 758-2172
(270) 758-2591 (fax)

 

 


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Seasonal Tech Positions with Wayne National Forest

 

OUTREACH NOTICE

 

Biological Science Technician(s) (Wildlife) GS-0404-04 or GS-0404-05  

Biological Science Technician (Plants) GS-0404-04 or GS-0404-05

 Forestry Technician GS-0462-04 or GS-0462-0

Forestry Aid (Recreation) GS-0462-03 or                                        

           Forestry Technician (Recreation) GS-0462-04 or GS-0462-05 

 

Ironton Ranger District

Wayne National Forest

Pedro, Ohio
 
Please respond by April 14th, 2012

 

Openings exist for seasonal technicians on the Ironton Ranger District of the Wayne National Forest, in southern Ohio.  We are located seven miles north of the historic city of Ironton, Ohio and the Ohio River on State Route 93, Pedro, Ohio.

 

Position durations would be moderately flexible, but are anticipated to run from May-October.  Flexibility may increase for highly qualified applicants.

 

Interested applicants may email resume, references, relevant course work and the attached outreach response form to the applicable Ironton Ranger District staff member listed below by Monday, April 14th, 2012:

 

Patrick Mercer (pamercer@fs.fed.us), if interested in the Wildlife position

 

Chad Fitton (cfitton@fs.fed.us), if interested in the Plants/Forestry position

 

Carol Boll (ceboll@fs.fed.us), if interested in the Recreation position

 

For a complete description of each position along with an outreach response form please click HERE

 


 

 

 


Posted 3-19-12

Summer Internship Opportunities with Boston University

 

 

 

 

 

Boston University Summer Study Internship

This unique 12-week summer internship program for college students provides visiting students (US citizens and permanent residents only) with an opportunity to gain academic credit and hands-on work experience. Students in the program take two six-week summer courses in the Academic Phase, and are placed in a full-time summer internship in the Boston area during the Internship Phase. Students also participate in a 2-credit Internship Course throughout the program.

 

 

Apply for Summer 2012

Summer Study Internship Program Dates

May 22 - August 17

 


For more information visit the Boston University website here:    SUMMER STUDY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

 

 

 


 

 

Posted 3-19-12
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Internship Opportunities with Exotic Cats at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge:
 

Exotic Cat Internship

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is a no-kill facility dedicated to rescuing abused, abandoned and unwanted big cats. The refuge is located in NW Arkansas is seeking a full-time, 6 months Intern Keeper. The refuge is a non-profit facility of over 100 rescued exotic cats. Work is often physically demanding. Applicants must be self-motivated, with high desire to provide the best care available to animals. Applicants must also be observant and able to keep detailed records. The ability to work in a team environment or independently is important. A degree in Zoology, Biology or related field is preferred, but experience with exotic animal husbandry may be considered. Twelve positions are opened each internship. Internships run every six months. If you are looking for a full-time internship working around big cats you just may have found it.

Job Description:

§  Work in a Captive Animal Institution - Responsible for the daily care of Tigers, Lions, Cougars, Black Bears, Black Leopards, African Servals, Bobcats, Rhesus Macaque, and Hoof stock. Duties include animal husbandry, enrichment, record keeping of animal behavior, educational public tours, and customer service.

§  Prepare and Present Information to the Public - Responsible for greeting customers and guided tours throughout the facility. Educate the public about each resident species and the direction of the facility's future.

§  Prepare and Maintain Animal Housing - Responsible for maintaining animal and customer safety through daily exhibit checks. This includes routine landscaping, clearing habitats of underbrush, and providing animal enrichment.

§  Prepare Diets and Monitor Feeding - Maintain food quality and hygiene standards or produce and meat. Prepare and diets and monitor every animal's intake. Feed all animals and observe quantities of waste for diet recommendations. Record weight loss or gain for each animal.

§  Monitor and Maintain Animal Health - Maintain daily records of animal defecation and any loss of appetite to identify any abnormal behavior and signs of illness. Administer daily medications. Prepare and maintain quarantine areas for recent rescues.

§  Restrain and Assist in Moving Animals - Assist in relocating cats to more appropriate enclosures. Follow all safety procedures in loading and unloading and during transport of animals.

§  Identify Behavioral Needs and Improve Husbandry - Identify behavioral needs and provide approved enrichment for the animals which includes but may not be limited to environmental and scent enrichments.

§  Maintain Exhibits and Assist With Design - Assist with the design and construction of 1/2 acre enclosures. Maintain exhibits daily and detect and control pests. place power to control ticks and clear underbrush to prevent snakes.

Compensation:

Weekly cash stipend for food. 
Housing is provided on the refuge. 
Amenities: Heat, A/C, utilities paid, full bath, kitchen, washer & dryer, satellite TV, free long distance, internet access.

Dates:

Fall Position begins: August 15th
Spring Position begins: February 1st

Deadline for fall internship applications: April 15
Deadline for spring internship applications: November 15

To Apply:
email: emily@turpentinecreek.org

OR

Send your cover letter and resume to:

Emily McCormack
Volunteer program
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge
239 Turpentine Creek Lane
Eureka Springs, AR 72632

Horticulture Internship

The Horticulture Intern will assist with the maintenance and improvement of the landscaped areas of the Refuge, including the planting, pruning and watering of trees, shrubs and perennials, spreading mulch on landscaped areas, labeling of plant displays, mowing; weed, undergrowth and plant litter removal. Also, responsible for the identification and removal of toxic plants; as well as the development of browse for environmental enrichment. This internship requires the completion of an Independent Project developed under the guidance of the Intern supervisor and will coordinate volunteers in support of project goal. Must be able to lift 50+ lbs. Requires the completion of a Bachelor's Degree in Horticulture, Botany, or a related field involving horticultural and landscaping practices. One position is opened each internship. Internships run every six months.

Job Description:

§  Responsible for the routine horticulture, landscaping, and grounds maintenance activities at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge.

§  Consults with Zoologist/Intern Supervisor regarding field changes and the implementation of landscape designs. Also, maintains general appearance of animal habitats as directed by Zoologists.

§  Plans, evaluates, and directs horticultural and landscaping activities, including the selection of plants, seeds, chemicals, horticultural displays, materials and equipment.

§  Diagnoses plant physiological problems caused by insects and diseases; develops and implements treatment plan. Identifies and removes toxic plants as needed from animal enclosures.

§  Determines annual plant needs; purchases plants, fertilizers, chemicals and other supplies for specific projects.

§  Provides technical information and answers questions regarding horticulture, landscaping, toxic plant life, and browse items for environmental enrichment for the animal collection.

§  Coordinates and directs volunteer gardening group activities; provides technical assistance, supplies and materials and maintenance support services for horticulture projects.

§  Operates automobiles service vehicles, and heavy equipment in the performance of essential job functions.

§  This position would also require that as part of the daily landscaping duties an intern will have to develop, plan, and execute (on their own) a major landscaping project as a condition of their internship.

Compensation:

Weekly cash stipend for food. 
Housing is provided on the refuge. 
Amenities: Heat, A/C, utilities paid, full bath, kitchen, washer & dryer, satellite TV, free long distance, internet access.

Dates:

New Position begins: February 1
Deadline for fall internship applications: April 15
Deadline for spring internship applications: November 15

To Apply:
email: emily@turpentinecreek.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Posted 3-19-2012



Environmental Fellowship Education Opportunity:

 

WILL COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT
JOB DESCRIPTION
 
TITLE:
DIVISION:
 
DATE:
 
BASIC FUNCTION
 
Develop, organize, and present educational and recreational programs, activities, exhibits, and special
events. Perform visitor services and interpret both the natural and cultural history of the area at each
of the District's interpretive facilities and throughout District preserves in order to best serve the public.
This position is funded for nine months. On-site housing is provided.
 
ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
 
Reports to:
Environmental Education Supervisor for program administration and housing supervision
Environmental Education Facility Coordinator for day to day supervision
 
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 
1. Present natural history, cultural history, and environmental education programs designed for students
grades K-12, at Forest Preserve sites and in Will County schools.
2. Present public family and adult interpretive and recreational programs covering a wide range of
interests throughout the District.
3. Present experiential program offerings including canoe and kayak programs and eco-recreation
offerings.
4. Research and write interpretive articles and announcements for District publications, programs,
interpretive signs, seminars, and other projects.
5. Work with District staff to plan, develop and implement special events.
6. Complete assignments and reading related to interpretive skill development.
7. Perform visitor services and host duties at Four Rivers Environmental Education Center including
answering phones, managing rentals, issuing permits, room set-up, catering coordination and clean
up.
8. Provide on site security measures at Four Rivers Environmental Education Center as needed.
 
Naturalist Teaching Fellow     
Public Affairs and Education
 
February 17, 2012
 
STATUS:
LOCATION
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Contracted
Will County, IL

For Further information on the job desription click here  Job description 


To view fellowship booklet click here  Fellowship Recruitment Booklet



 

 

 

 


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Milan First United Methodist Church is accepting applications
for a Part-time Choir Director. The Part-time Choir Director is
responsible for directing the adult and youth vocal choirs of the
church and leading congregational singing during all traditional
church services. The position begins July 1, 2012. Pay varies
depending on education and experience. Resumes should be
sent to officemanager@milanfirst.org or mail them to P.O. Box
466, Milan, TN 38358. For a job description, please visit our
website at www.milanfirst.org.

 

 

 


Posted 3-13-12

CLOSED
 Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Albuquerque, NM

 

 




Click here for a complete job desription or to apply at  Bureau of Indian Affairs Job

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Sales Assistant - Job Description
 
The Sales Assistant performs a variety of clerical and administrative activities to support the 2- Divisional Sales Managers. The Sales Assistant is responsible for ensuring the smooth flow of information and follow up for existing and prospective customers. This position reports to the Divisional Sales Managers.
 
The Sales Assistant’s primary duties include but are not limited to:
 •       Processing sales leads and assuring leads are directed to the appropriate staff member.
 •       Performs trade show follow up to assure timely delivery of literature and samples.
 •       Phone customers & prospects, as directed, to augment efforts of the sales staff as needed.
 •       Process sales data, sales progress reports and other sales related records & reports.
 •       Data entry to track the delivery of sales literature, product samples and other necessary
         services to customers as directed by the sales staff or management. 
•        Answers telephone calls, conveys messages, and monitors the flow of e-mail.
•        Answers routine product questions and directs questions to appropriate personnel when
         necessary.
•        Assists Divisional Managers with management of their territories, may include telephone customer contact, follow up on quotes, requests for literature & samples, or other duties and assignments.
 
 
Job Requirements                   
•        High school graduate, 2 or 4 year college degree preferred, or near completion.
•        Excellent telephone skills and computer knowledge with proficiency in database
         management and word processing.
•        Demonstrated proficiency composing written communications.
•        High energy level, comfortable performing multifaceted projects in conjunction with day-
          to-day activities.
•         Resourceful, well organized, highly dependable, self-motivated, efficient, detail oriented.
 
 
20-25 hrs per week at minimum rate of $8.00/hour
 
Apply by bringing resume to the plant at 360 Locust Ave, McKenzie, or emailing it to Angie Lassiter atalassiter@vynall.com
 
 
 
 
 

Posted March 13, 2012

 

*******CLOSED*********



 

 

 

 



Are your students looking for a one-of-a-kind experience offering clinical skills and leadership development in a nationally recognized organization?

 

 

Youth Villages’ career development program, known as YV 360 is currently accepting applications for our Deer Valley, Therapeutic Residential Treatment program in Linden, TN. This program places top recent college graduates into full-time Behavioral Youth Counselor/Teacher Counselor roles within our Residential program. Our YV 360 counselors have an added training, mentoring and development component each month for one year – focusing on personal, professional, clinical and leadership development. It is designed to give top recent graduates a great start in the field and the opportunity to progress at our organization.

 

We have had previous success in hiring talented students from Bethel, and we are excited about bringing the YV 360 program to our Deer Valley campus.

 

The deadline to apply is March 15th. If you have any interested students or students you would like to recommend, I would love to get in touch with them about the program. Students can learn more and apply by visiting us online here.

 

We would like to speak with you further about our YV 360 program and the opportunities at Youth Villages for upcoming graduates and alumni. We would also be happy to do class presentations for you or your students or arrange a tour of our Deer Valley campus.

 

 

Best,

 

 

Kristen Farmer   

Staff Recruiter

Youth Villages

(901) 251-4972        

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twitter.com/yvcareers | http://careers.youthvillages.org

 

Posted 3-13-12

 

CLOSED

Openings at Newbern Head Start Center


 

 

Posted 3-13-12

Denmark Head Start Center openings:

 

 

 

 

 

CLOSED

 


 

 

 

 

 

 


Posted 2-28-2012

 

CLOSED
USDA Forest Service, State & Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection – R10 Alaska announcing a job opportunity for an Entomologist in Juneau Alaska.

OPEN DATE: FEBRUARY 27, 2012 – CLOSING DATE: MARCH 7, 2012

 

 
 
 


USDA Forest Service


Entomologist, GS-0414-09/11/12 


 

ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:
12-10510001-00393DP-PM
  APPLICATION DEADLINE:
03/07/2012
JOB LOCATION:
JUNEAU, AK
  OPEN DATE:
02/27/2012
SALARY RANGE:

51825.0

97701.0
  LOCATION NOTES:
 
PAY SCHEDULE:
Annual
  WHO MAY APPLY:
US Citizens
TIME LIMIT:
Permanent - No time limit
  PROMOTION POTENTIAL:
12
NUMBER OF VACANCIES:
1
  WORK SCHEDULE:
Full Time


 




 

NOTES:

  • A recruitment incentitive may be authorized to the quality candidate selected for this position. 

    This position is with R10, Alaska Region, Regional Office, State and Private Forestry, Juneau, Alaska. 

    This position is eligible for telework and other flexible work arrangements. However, it is not a virtual position and the duty station will be in Juneau, Alaska.

    For additional information about the duties of the position, please contact James Kruse at Work: (907) 451-2701 or Cell (907) 590-8823 - Alaska Time 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or Robin Mulvey at (907) 586-7971 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. - Alaska Time or email at rlmulvey@fs.fed.us.

    Please read the vacancy announcement thoroughly and follow all instructions to ensure proper consideration. If you are unable to apply on-line or have questions about the meaning of items in the vacancy announcement, please contact Human Resources Management at 1-877-372-7248.

    If you are claiming 10-point preference as a widow/widower of a certain deceased veteran, spouse of a veteran unable to work because of a service connected disability, or the mother of a deceased or disabled veteran, you must submit an SF-15 (Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference) and all supporting documentation listed on the second page of the SF-15. If you fail to submit the supporting documentation with your application, you will not be granted veterans preference. 

    If you are not able to attach the forms to your application, you may fax to 253-573-9869, please include your name and the announcement number on all documents. 

    We expect to make a final job offer within 30-60 days after the deadline for applications.

    Applications may be reviewed to verify qualifications and eligibility prior to issuing lists to a selecting official.

    This position has a positive education requirement; therefore, a legible copy of your college transcripts is required. Transcripts must be attached to your Avue application or faxed to 253-573-9869 prior to the closing date of the announcement; please include your name and the announcement number on all documents. Applicants who fail to submit their transcripts with their application will not be given credit for their education.


    Salary will be adjusted to include a 5.57 Cost of Living Allowance (COLA). Locality pay will be phased in and a gradually reducing COLA will continue to be paid through December 31, 2012. See the OPM website at: http://www.opm.gov/oca/cola/index.asp for additional information and http://www.opm.gov/oca/comptables/SpecRates2012/COLAandLocChart.aspfor additional information.


 

DUTIES:

  • Performs a variety of field and laboratory tasks in support of pest management and forest health protection. Provides forest land managers with professional advice and technical assistance that is useful in minimizing damage caused by forest insects.

 


Posted 2-28-2012

 

Golconda Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center is conducting a pre-announcement outreach for highly skilled and qualified candidates to fill the position of Support Services Supervisor. The vacancy announcement will be posted online at www.usajobs.gov once available. Interested applicants should read the attached outreach notice and respond to Sharon Newbold at snewbold@fs.fed.us. When the announcement is posted you will be contacted with the announcement information. 
Pre-Announcement Outreach Notice
Golconda Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center
Shawnee National Forest
 
 
 
POSITION: Support Services Supervisor GS-0342-07/08
                                                     
This position is permanent, full-time GS-07/08.  Tour of duty includes Monday thru Friday.
 
This position is subject to applicant and random drug testing in accordance with USDA Department Regulation 4430-792-2.
 
This position is located in a residential group living situation at the Golconda Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center for the purpose of management activities that include planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating the business management and support functions required for the operation of the Center.
 
This position is subject to applicant and random drug testing in accordance with USDA Department Regulation 4430-792-2.
 
MAJOR DUTIES
Performs the administrative and human resource management functions relative to the staff supervised. Establishes guidelines and performance expectations from staff members, which are clearly communicated through the formal employee performance management system. Observes workers’ performance; demonstrates and conducts work performance critiques.  Provides informal feedback and periodically evaluates employee performance.  Resolves informal complaints and grievances.  Develops work improvement plans, recommending personnel actions as necessary.  Provides advice and counsel to workers related to work and administrative matters.  Effects disciplinary measures as appropriate to the authority delegated in this area.  Reviews and approves or disapproves leave requests.  Assures that subordinates are trained and fully comply with the provisions of the safety regulations.
Applies conventional practices to resolve a variety of purchasing problems, such as inadequate or restrictive specifications, lack of multiple suppliers, urgent need, or insufficient price history.
Identifies and resolves a variety of budget transaction issues and problems requiring different and unrelated processes, procedures, or methods, such as consolidating budget estimates from local program and administrative activities and/or organizing budget data according to appropriation, account, object class, and line item code. Performs budget formulation/execution support work and projects for an organization. Serves as financial assistant and bookkeeper, and keeps a complete and accurate record of expenditures for the unit.
 Assists with the preparation of a balanced budget proposal in conformance with management policies, priorities, objectives, and performance measures.
 Applies fundamental principles, concepts, and methodology of support services to administer clerical operations. Plans and implements procedural aspects of projects in functional areas such as acquisitions, transfers, disposals, inventories, payroll, computer maintenance, etc.
These vacancy announcements will be posted when they become available at  the U.S. Government’s official site for jobs and employment information at the following address:  http://www.usajobs.gov   
 
You MUST apply online for this position.  No hard copy applications will be accepted.
Once you have applied, you will need to go back in every 45 days to recertify the application so the system will recognize your continued interest in the position.  If you do not do this every 45 days, the system will drop your name from the applicant list.  Once you have applied, your application goes electronically to the Human Resources Office in Albuquerque, NM.   
 

 


Posted 2-28-12

MAMMOTH CAVE NATIONAL PARK  has a seasonal Education Technician position available via the Environmental Education Office.

*Details and application procedures can be found on Mammoth Cave Job

 


Posted 2-24-2012

Part Time Praise and Worship Leader








 

 


Posted 2-23-2012

 

Church Musician / Worship Leader


Looking for spirit led worship leader to lead / teach congregation to worship in spirit and in truth.


CHURCH MUSICIAN / Worship Leader - for growing congregation of 100 currently in attendance.  Sunday worship is a blended style of contemporary and traditional elements requiring flexibility, broad repertoire. Responsibilities include planning with the pastor and playing for one Sunday morning service. Skills necessary include proficiency on piano or string instrument with ability to cultivate the spirit of worship among people, periodically accompanying soloists and use of visual arts. This is a key ministry of the church that requires sensitivity to the needs of the people, the movement of the Spirit in worship and open collaboration with the pastor and worship team in the creation of the services.

With the correct leadership the congregation has the potential to hold up to 400 in attendance. We expect that with growth compensation will also grow.

 

Email resume to the attention of the pastor:

 

Rev. David R. Sauer

dsauer@tds.net

1750 Flatwood Road

New Johnsonville, TN 37134

931-535-2968

 

 



Posted 2-23-2012

Part Time Homeschool Assistant


 

Requirements:
Elementary education female student preferred but not necessarily required
Must have own vehicle/transportation
Personal relationship with Christ
Organized multi-tasker
 
Duties:
 
Assist with basic school subjects
Support physical activities
Support reading environment
 
This position will assist with one 2nd/3rd grade level female student who is a quick-learner, talented, and active. A firm foundation in faith is essential as all curriculum is faith-based. The schedule is flexible and most likely can fit any college student’s classes but keep in mind this is a daytime position.
 
***Please submit a resume with 3 references, contact information, and your personal testimony in 500 to 700 words by email totracy.vinson@manpower.com
 



 


POSTED 2/22/12

Local company has an immediate position available for a full-time employee with Human Resource experience as well as Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable.  Position currently located in Paris, TN, but will relocate to Jackson, TN, during early summer. 

If qualified, contact Heather Stone at 731-352-4246 to set up initial screening interview.

 


Posted 2-21-2012
 



 

Pepsi MidAmerica (Part-time Weekend Merchandiser)

Part-time merchandisers work on weekends merchandising product in our larger volume accounts. Requires maintenance of in-store shelf space, displays and inventory. Requires own transportation and lifting up to 50lbs.

Shift- Saturday & Sunday 16-20 hours a week.

 

Interested candidates can email Jason Mathis tnhrmgr2@pepsimidamerica.com or call 731-641-0207

 

 




Posted 2-20-2012

Computer Science, Engineering, and Help Desk Opportunities in Nashville with BENDER Consulting Services:

***The Help desk opportunity available, there is no degree requirement for this position. Training or certification is preferred, but as long as a candidate can troubleshoot they can be considered for the opportunity. The salary will be $28,000.Interested candidates may submit their resume to 
resume@benderconsult.com . Visit their website at http://www.benderconsult.com to view all opportunities Bender Consulting Services has to offer.





 

 





 

 

 


Posted 2/15/12
 
Probation Officer

Supervisory Services, Inc (SSI) has an immediate opening for a probation officer in Weakley and Carroll Counties.
 
Degree Required: Criminal Justice, Sociology, Social Work,
Administration, or Behavioral Sciences
 
Duties:
Attend General Sessions Court for probation placements.
Supervise clients placed on probation.
Monitor special conditions imposed by the court.
Monitor court payments and collect fees.
 
Send resumes to:
Supervisory Services, Inc.
499 Matheny Rd
Dresden, TN. 38225


Posted 2/9/2012

 
Find fun and friendship working at Wisconsin Badger Camp!
 
Mission Statement: To serve people with developmental disabilities by providing quality outdoor recreational experiences.
 
Now Hiring…….
  • ·         Main Camp Counselors
  • ·         Trip and Travel Counselors
  • ·         Lifeguards
  • ·         Music Specialist
  • ·         Arts and Crafts Specialist
  • ·         Nature Specialist
  • ·         Nurses
  • ·         Dietician
  • ·         Maintenance Staff
  • ·         Kitchen Staff
  • ·         Camping and Fishing Specialist
  • ·         And More positions
 
­­Summer 2012 Camp dates:
                                                   Dates of Employment:                                   June 1 -  August 18                             
                Staff In-Service:                                                June 1 – June 9
                        Camper Sessions:                                         June 10 -  August 17
 
 
Benefits of Working at Wisconsin Badger Camp:                                                                               
  • ·         Meet staff from around the world
  • ·         Continue Personal development and learning
  • ·         Experience the outdoors
  • ·         Possibility to obtain internships and credit
  • ·         Enjoy recreational activities
  • ·         Make lifelong friendships
 
***For more information or an application***
call : (608)348-9689
                                  email: wiscbadgercamp@centurytel.net
                                              or visit us on the web at www.badgercamp.org

 



 

 


Posted 2/8/2012
 

 

 

 
We are currently seeking individuals to join our team here at Nestlé Purina!  We currently have several entry level positions in our Management trainee program available in the following areas:
 
·         Accounting
·         Human Resources
·         Supply Chain
·         Engineering
·         Production
 
If you will have your bachelor’s degree by June 2012, please visit our website to learn more about the above positions and to apply atwww.nestlepurinacareers.com.  Be sure to forward this information on to anyone you feel would be interested.  We are already scheduling interviews!
 
If you have questions about the positions or the company, you can interact directly with one of our recruiters on our Facebook page athttp://www.facebook.com/NestlePurinaCareers  or follow us on Twitter @PurinaCareers.
Visit the links below to learn more and interact with our company.

 

 

 


Posted 2/7/2012                                                CLOSED

Opportunity for students interested in  Master's of Science degree in Information Science (MSIS)  with UT Knoxville:

 

SciData Announcement

 

SciData (http://scidata.sis.utk.edu) is a grant-based, master's degree scholarship program focused on educating information science graduate students in scientific data curation and management.  This grant program works with the University of Tennessee's School of Information Science (http://www.sis.utk.edu) program.  We are currently recruiting students to enter this graduate program, scheduled to start classes in the 2012 Fall semester and graduate in the 2014 Spring semester.  

 

SciData is a two-year graduate program and students, upon completion of the program, will receive a Master's of Science degree in Information Science (MSIS) and be equipped with the knowledge to work within the information science profession and handle challenges related to scientific data curation.  Students accepted into the program will be immersed in teaching and training that relates to digital scientific data curatorship.  TheSciData program is uniquely positioned to meet the demand for digital science data curation professions through its close relationships with nearby science agencies such as the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Information International Associates (IIa), the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent), and the Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI).  Because SciData will be intricately connected to the School of Information Sciences, the School's participation in the NSF-funded DataONE project and the School's previous IMLS-funded project in science librarianship will providestudents with additional opportunities to expand their experiences in scientific data curation.

 

The SciData program will cover the tuition costs for the eight (8) students accepted into this program, provide a 10-hour assistantship with monthly stipend, health insurance, and a technology package that will include a new laptop given to the student withapplicable software installed.

 

The deadline for applying to this program is March 21, 2012, but in order to apply to this program, the student must also apply to the University of Tennessee's School of Information Science Program.  For more information on the SciData program or the UTK SIS program, students can consult our websites (http://scidata.sis.utk.edu or http://www.sis.utk.edu) or contact our principal investigator, Dr. Suzie Allard (sallard@utk.edu), her phone number is (865) 974 -1369

 

 Brochure link : https://mail-attachment.googleusercontent.com/attachment/u/0?ui=2&ik=7443b2f049&view=att&th=135585649912b94e&attid=0.1&disp=inline&realattid=a803c4ca2f8e602f_0.1&safe=1&zw&saduie=AG9B_P9oxhaCbkoiBEfgJ-MA6ebs&sadet=1328628076973&sads=jGNQH_i-uz5LGye4w8Z6Vn2uGLs

 

 


Posted 2/6/2012

Attention Prospective MSW Students:


 

The College of Social Work will be hosting a Virtual Open House on Friday, February 24, 2012 from 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m., EST. The virtual open house will offer an online chat session during which prospective students can meet our new dean, faculty, staff, and current graduate students to learn about our MSW program. More information is available on our website at http://cosw.sc.edu/future-students.

Open House Flyer Link:https://mail-attachment.googleusercontent.com/attachment/u/0?ui=2&ik=7443b2f049&view=att&th=135535cc2c4732c0&attid=0.1&disp=inline&realattid=f0544e70e01a62ef_0.1&safe=1&zw&saduie=AG9B_P9oxhaCbkoiBEfgJ-MA6ebs&sadet=1328545228538&sads=6OkhIhRd1QMJ05u7wm8VjPk7qN8

 


Posted 2/6/2012

 

FBI SPECIAL AGENTS hiring window

The FBI will be hiring Special Agents for Fiscal year 2012.  The application website is expected to go live on or about 02/28/2012 through 3/4/2012 ONLY.  http://www.fbijobs.gov/


Posted 2/6/2012
 

CASE MANAGER

 Job Description

 

 

A fast-paced boutique estate planning and elder law firm with a growing practice is seeking a highly motivated self starting case manager with demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills.  This exciting position will require some state and national travel and participation in education programs. Intellectual curiosity is essential for this position. Candidates must have exceptional attention to detail as well as superior communication, organizational, and problem solving skills.  Requirements also include strong computer proficiency in Microsoft Office and ability to multi-task.  A college degree is a requirement and professional legal experience is preferred.

 

Compensation:  Base compensation will depend on experience and/or demonstrated skill.

 

Responsibilities include:

 

Proactively managing relationships with insurance and financial advisors, CPAs and others who refer business to the law firm;

                Proactively managing relationships with clients;

                Assisting the attorney in marketing and practice development activities;

                Providing leadership in organizing workflow and establishing priorities;

                Preparation and editing of legal documents;

                Organization and response to correspondence, filing, emails and telephone calls;

                Letter writing with excellent verbal and written communication skills; and

Must be capable of working with little supervision, and have the demeanor and ability to safeguard highly confidential information.

Preparation and Funding of Trusts, assisting client services representative with preparation of other ancillary documents.

*Interested candidates please send resumes to P.O. Box 12488 Jackson, Tenn.38308 

 


POSTED 02/2/12

Sales Representative Jackson, TN 

RJ Young Company, an industry leader in office equipment and software solutions, has  sales opportunities available. This 57 year old, independently owned and operated organization is searching for self-motivated, enthusiastic, risk taking sales professionals who are organized and results oriented.

Previous sales experience and/or college degree preferred.

Responsibilities:• Business to Business Sales Activities. • Achieve Revenue Quota with Acceptable Profitability • Manage Existing Customer Base • Attain New Business Opportunities • Efficiently apply Time and Territory Management • Prepare and Present Solutions

Some of the many benefits:• Medical – Dental – Vision Insurance • Short – Long term disability • 401K • Team Oriented Work Environment • Educational Assistance • Lucrative Compensation Package • Career Path

Full time job opportunity

Applicants may email resumes to Kaitlyn.crosby@rjyoung.com or apply online at www.rjyoung.com


************CLOSED*****************

POSTED 01/31/12


Seasonal Interpretive Ranger Positions with TN State Parks conducting On-Campus Interviews Feb. 16th!

Requirements:  Junior or higher standing with major in History or Biology;  Willingness to learn natural & cultural history of the park area; Assist park visitors; Personality & communicative skills conducive to work in public service; Writing skills

Period of Employment:  May 14-Sept. 3
Salary:  $9.26/hour for 37.5 hrs/wk
Housing:  Available at most parks at no charge
Internships accepted

For further information contact David Haggard 901-258-3147 Email david.haggard@tn.gov
Interviews will be held on campus Feb. 16th from 9:30am-3pm.  Sign-up with Heather Stone in Career Services to schedule yours today.

**Bring a completed application & official copy of your transcript to the interview**
Applications can be downloaded at www.tn.gov/dohr/faq

TN State Parks is an equal opportunity employer.


 


POSTED 01/31/12

400+ Summer Jobs Available

Where?  Pennsylvania--Pocono Mountains  Camp Lohikan, Lake Greeley Camp & Camp Cayuga
When?  This Summer---pre & post camp employment also available
Benefits?  Best salary in camping!  Tipping permitted (range last summer was $300-$1400)  Room, board & laundry services provided for free!! All camps feature outstanding facilities such as heated pools, modern cabins with private bathrooms, regulation sports fields/courts & lots more!! Ample nights & days off for socializing!!  2 1/2 hrs from NYC!!  Experience working with kids!!

Job Titles Include:  Instructors for all sports, Cabin counselors, Lifeguards, Maintenance staff, Kitchen staff, Musicians (percussion, guitar, vocalist), Cheerleading, Jewelry Making & lots more!!

For Staff Application call 908-470-9317 or download an application at www.lohikan.com  You can also contact the office at Camp Lohikan, PO Box 189, Suite BP, Gladstone, NJ 07934

Email Address:  info@lohikan.com  Website Address:  www.lohikan.com


POSTED 01/30/12

In-home nanny needed in McKenzie M-F 1p-6p.  One 3yo boy. 

Willing to use 2 different students to accomodate class schedules, etc. if cannot do every M-F 1p-6p.  If interested, call Christie at 731-535-0876.  Need someone who can start right away.


POSTED 01/30/12

VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR (FT/PT) Avalon Hospice Jackson, TN (1 PT) For an individual to coordinate, plan, direct recruiting, train and develop volunteer activities to meet the needs of the Hospice program. Desire B.S. degree in business, social/behavioral science or related area, and six months to one year experience with Hospice or coordinating volunteers.

Potential applicants should either come by our office and complete an application or fax their resume to: 

Avalon Hospice  ATTN: Wanda Perry 1074 Greystone Square, Jackson, TN 38305
Fax:  731-736-2049

 


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What's your Dream????  Do you have one???  Are you pursuing it???? 

Come to a FREE screening of the Dream Share Project,
a documentary film on discovering and pursuing your dreams
for some inspiration, advice & guidance.

 FEB. 20th
AYERS LECTURE HALL
8:30pm
Q&A with filmakers following screening


Tell your friends!!  Bring your friends!!!

View the film trailer by clicking the link below
vimeo.com/23911692


 

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POSTED 01/25/12

 

State of Tennessee

Treasury Department

Class Specification

 

 

Class Title                                                                              Salary Grade

Accountant 1                                                                                  025

 

Employee

Vacant

 

Effective Date                                                                        Non-Civil Service Division

January, 2012                                                                                  Accounting

 

 

 

General Character of Duties

 

Definition: Under the supervision of the Manager of Program Accounting, performs various accounting, reconciliation and research tasks relating to the Unclaimed Property, BEST, Claims Administration, and LGIP programs.

 

Example of Duties: Provide daily accounting support to the programs noted above to include processing of all disbursements and journals for the proper recording of expenditures; process cancels and reissues of payments as requested; process account adjustments for LGIP and BEST; reconcile subsidiary ledgers for program systems to the general ledger; reconcile mutual fund properties and all activity related to mutual funds for unclaimed property; process stock confirms for unclaimed property; process contract payments for these programs; serves as backup for ACH operations area; perform other duties as assigned by manager or director.

 

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

Education and Experience:  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in accounting.  Proficiency in Microsoft Excel is required.  Candidate for CPA is desirable.

Accepting resumes until Feb. 3rd. 

Interested candidates should email their resume to treasury.resumes@tn.gov with Accountant 1 in the email subject line.


POSTED 1/10/12

Knott’s Wholesale Foods, Inc. is seeking applications for a position in our office with the following qualifications of skills:

Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll, general ledger, balance sheets, financial statements, and analysis of financial reporting and trends within the company

Knott’s uses the latest WinFDS Food Decision software on our computer systems.

Any resumes may be emailed to: cindyknott@knottsfoods.com or faxed to: 1-731-642-6666 The fax line will pick up after the outgoing message ends.


POSTED 1/9/12

Jolley Springs Missionary Baptist Church, located on corner of Hwy 54 and 190 N. close to Como,is seeking a part time music director/song leader.  This person should be able to read music, lead congregational singing, direct choir and an Easter and Christmas program.  Contact Linda Crawford 731-364-3355 or send resume to lcrawford@frontiernet.net

 


POSTED:8/29/11---UPDATED 1/10/12

YOUNGER ASSOCIATES

 

Younger Associates has two divisions, a national market research company specializing in economic development, and a marketing/advertising  division specializing in economic development and professional services including medical, legal, finance, and real estate.

 

We are a growing firm and with headquarters in Jackson TN and a branch office in Memphis. We currently are looking to fill the position of Web/IT Solutions Developer on our team and are seeking highly a qualified candidate. Salaries for all positions depend on experience and qualifications.

 

Our working environment is dynamic and team work is valued.  Our jobs are fast-paced and offer an opportunity to master a variety of skills. Some positions require occasional travel.

 

Benefits provided include:

 

Flexible Spending Accounts for Healthcare and Dependent Care

Life Insurance

Disability Insurance

Paid Vacation, Holidays and Personal Days

Bonus Plan – Profit Sharing

Retirement Plan

 

 

The Web/IT Solutions Developer position is a dynamic job that works with the graphic design team and marketing services managers to create custom web sites.  This position also builds custom web-based market research tools. 

 

Necessary skills:

 

Bachelor’s degree in web technologies preferred. However, candidates with equivalent experience and students/graduate students will be considered

 

Web Design:

  • Strong HTML layout skills (Illustrator -> HTML)
  • A thorough understanding of  SEO and evidence of successful application
  • Proficiency in Flash and/or Jquery
  • Proficiency with Dreamweaver, and Adobe CS5+
  • Experience with a CMS such as joomla or drupal
  • Efficiently manage projects through the use of both internal and outside development resources
  • Ongoing research of emerging internet technologies, content management systems, mobile development and various asset management platforms
  • Working knowledge & high interest level in search engine optimization and google analytics required

 

PHP/MySQL:

  • Relational database design
  • User permissions setup using PHPmyAdmin
  • Database connectivity using PHP
  • Working knowledge of SQL (Select, Update, Insert, Delete, Join)
  • Session handling (Session, Cookie)
  • Script security (SQL Injection, Authentication)

 

 

Server Admin:

  • Experience with Linux and Apache
  • Understanding of domains & DNS
  • Database permissions / ftp file permissions

 

 

Computer Support:

  • Ability to troubleshoot e-mail issues for clients, regardless of operating system
  • Manage both PC & Mac backup solutions
  • Mange local firewall, internal services,
  • Resolve printer and internet connectivity issues over the network
  • General support and troubleshooting for staff computers

 

 

This position offers the opportunity to work on a variety of projects and play a key role on a high-performance team.  If you have the necessary range of skills are looking for a fun and challenging work environment where you will have the opportunity to constantly expand your knowledge and earnings please send your resume to: jobs@younger-associates.com.

 

To qualify you must have a portfolio of recently completed web projects.

 

To apply email your resume to: jobs@younger-associates.com

 

 

 

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POSTED 1/4/12

 

Company:
 
CH Robinson Worldwide, Inc.
Company Profile | Current Opportunities (4)
Job Location(s): Jackson, TN
Employment Term: Regular
Employment Type Full Time
Start Date: As soon as possible
Starting Salary Range: Not Provided
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience: Open
Related Categories: Marketing - General, Sales - Inside, Supply Chain/Logistics
 

Position Description

Company Description
At C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc. our roots run deep. In 1905, Charles Henry Robinson started a small produce brokerage that developed the traditions and standards of service that shaped the Fortune 500 Company we are today. As a global provider of multimodal transportation and produce services, we are headquartered in Eden Prairie, MN and operate through a network of more than 7,000 employees in more than 220 offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Asia, and South America. We are the largest third party logistics (3PL) company in North America, and our services extend to more than 25,000 customers globally, ranging from other Fortune 500 companies to small businesses in a variety of industries.

Our people are our greatest asset and create a unique corporate culture that has built strong relationships with customers around the world. They execute our tradition of service on a daily basis and take pride in sustaining our dynamic leadership in the transportation logistics industry. You'll feel the energy the moment you step into one of our branches. That energy is what inspires us to find motivated individuals to join us in our quest to find solutions, develop innovative technology, and provide exceptional service to our customers.

C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc. Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer

Position Description
If you want to be part of an integral and progressive industry, consider an ENTRY-LEVEL position on our Transportation Sales Team. You will first become a transportation and logistics expert. This means learning the ins-and-outs of the industry from the experts, your team members. Armed with the ability to help businesses of all sizes to improve the efficiency and cost of transportation, you'll be securing new business and helping existing clients expand the use of our services. But there's more to this job than selling - much more. You'll be making it happen too! Using our extensive base of carrier services you will put together a plan for each client. This requires figuring out the best way to solve your client's tough supply chain problems and then negotiating the best deals with one of over 35,000 carriers under contract with CHRW. You will then implement your solution, and handle the day-to-day challenges that are presented in the transportation industry.

Responsibilities
-Account Management: independently manage, service and grow current customer relationships
-Sales: independently establish new customer relationships and closing deals
-Operational Execution: independently source carriers, negotiate rates, problem-solve, manage issues, track load status, and other tasks as required

Required Qualifications
-Bachelors degree
-Strong work ethic
-Effective communication skills
-Strong customer service skills
-Attention to detail and accuracy
-Ability to multitask
-Team oriented
-Decision making skills
-Problem solving and analytical skills
-Growth and sales oriented

Benefits
Compensation includes a starting base salary of $34K plus bonus potential.

We offer excellent benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance, prescription drug coverage, paid holidays and vacation, disability insurance, life insurance, 401K with company match, profit sharing, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, and the opportunity to prosper in a growing Fortune 500 company.

Equal Opportunity Employer
C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc. Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer


POSTED 1/4/12

 

Marketing Director – Farmers & Merchants Bank-Trezevant Office

  • Beginning salary range – $18,000 to $20,000 annually
  • Responsibilities
    • Design advertising for all branches with ad design software.  The decision about how to spend advertising dollars would remain at the branch level but the advertiser would be referred to the marketing director for ad content and layout.  Designing advertising in-house would reduce expenditures to Elliott and other outside vendors.
    • As individual matures in position, would evaluate effectiveness of advertising dollars spent in each market.
    • Work with website design vendor to update bank website.
    • Public service projects, including Carroll County Business Expo.
    • Work with statement banners.
    • Develop effective electronic advertising program.
    • Bank product development and quality control.
    • Execute product introductions and related product training.
    • Oversee sales promotions and tracking.
    • Assist with internal service contests roll outs and tracking.
  • List of responsibilities is not necessarily all inclusive.  Not all responsibilities listed above would begin on first day of employment.  Responsibilities would be added as marketing director position evolved and as the individual matured in the position.


Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume & references to Renee Morris at rmorris@fmb-tn.com



 


POSTED 1/4/12
FINANCIAL SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE
 
This job description is considered to be a classification and recruiting tool, and is not intended to limit the assignment of work.
 
 
Job Title
Financial Services Representative
 
Job Purpose
To assist in the marketing of State Farm life, health, banking, and other financial services products (hereafter referred to as financial services), as an employee of a State Farm independent contractor agent.
 
EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE_________________________________________
 
Experience in a variety of computer applications, particularly Windows applications, desirable
Demonstrated leadership skills preferred
Experience in marketing and customer service desirable
Knowledge of the following is desirable: life, health, and bank products
 
SKILLS/ ABILITIES____________________________________________________
 
Ability to become fully licensed to market Sate Farm financial services products, including life, health, bank and mutual funds.
Ability to present and solicit financial services products to potential and existing clients
Ability to conduct needs based marketing interviews with potential and existing clients
Ability to explain complex financial issues in understandable terms
Ability to effectively relate to customers
Strong listening, oral, and written communications skills
Ability to take initiative and act effectively both individually and as a member of a team without direction
Ability to create and maintain professional business relationships with prospects, policyholders, co-workers, and associates within the State Farm organization
Ability to learn and become proficient with various computer applications
Ability to adapt to changing market conditions and a dynamic work environment
Ability to pay close attention to detail and accuracy
Ability to handle multiple tasks and maintain strong organizational skills
Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure
 
JOB RELATED TRAINING COURSES, LICENSING AND PROGRAMS___________
 
Successfully complete and maintain all state, federal and State Farm requirements – including licensing and securities registration - to market and service designated State Farm products and services
Remain current in all product changes and technical developments, and participate in company and industry training sessions as required
Complete training as required, including Compliance and Information Security Awareness
Remain current in all Continuing Education (CE) courses as required
 
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES_______________________________________________
 
Maintain licenses and/or registrations to market State Farm products, as requested
Assist in developing a financial services marketing plan for the agency
Develop qualified leads and set appointments for financial services products
Create and facilitate financial services product presentations to potential and existing clients
Conduct needs based marketing interviews within the agent’s office or client’s home or business
Utilize agency and State Farm computer applications, as required and available
Accurately prepare forms, policies, endorsements when required
Follow up with customers and keep the agent informed
Provide prompt, professional customer service
Participate in training and team meetings as requested
Perform other related duties as assigned by the agent
 
ITEMS TO NOTE_______________________________________________________
 
Position may require irregular hours on a frequent basis
Position may require travel to other State Farm locations as well as to clients’ homes or businesses
 
 
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State Farm®
Chad Hart, Representative
Jody Farmer, Agent
241 Highway 641 . Ste B
Camden, Tennessee 38320
chad.hart.rsjb@statefarm.com
(731) 584-8228
(731) 584-3250 Fax.