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Job Opportunities for Bethel Students and Graduates

Barfield Baptist Church Worship Leader/Growth and Outreach Director

This role oversees all aspects of the music ministry at Barfield Baptist Church by developing, coordinating, and administering Spirit-led worship services. This position will provide leadership and supervision for the music program and its volunteers, the production volunteers, and the sound/video/lighting/livestream equipment. Additionally, this role is responsible for leading church groth initiatives via effective planning and communications including, but not limited to, social media. This position is key to community outreach with a focus on younger families.

Contact: rbyers6@bellsouth.net & toddredmon@comcast.net

Pay: Salary

Hours: Full-time

Requirements: Graduated

Reconciliation Clerk at McKenzie Banking Company

Duties include reconciling bank accounts, general ledger accounts and other entry level accounting duties. Exposure to bank secrecy, and other bank compliance regulations. Bank auditing exposure also involved. This would look good on any resume for any accounting graduate. Would also be asked to cover receptionist position when the receptionist is out.

Contact: Joe Neumair: Senior VP of Operations 731-352-2262 joe.neumair@foundationbank.org

Pay: Pay would be based on prior work experience and ability to grasp the job duties

Hours: 40 Hours, or two students who could work 20 hours each

Requirements: Student. Sophomores or juniors that are majoring in accounting are preferred

Director of Compliance and Equity at Lindsey Wilson College

Lindsey Wilson is seeking candidates for the position of Director of Compliance and Equity to assure compliance with state authorization and other requirements. The successful candidate will have the ability to interpret and apply laws, regulations, and policies; strong written and interpersonal skills; effective analytical and problem solving skills; and the ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality. Experience working in higher education, prior involvement in adjudicatory process, and a J.D. or terminal degree is a plus.

Contact: Submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, names and contact info for 3 professional references, unofficial copies of all graduate transcripts, and the online employment form to Human Resources, Lindsey Wilson College, 210 Lindsey Wilson St., Columbia, KY 42728 or by email to hr@lindsey.edu. For more info visit http://www.lindsey.edu/about-lwc?img/employment_application.pdf

Pay: Salary

Hours: Full-time

Requirements: A masters degree in related field, plus three years of experience in state authorization, ADA compliance, and/or title IX masters is required

Service Coordinator at Wesley Living in Jackson, TN; Humboldt and Martin, TN; and Camden and Paris, TN

We are looking to welcome a self-motivated, empathetic person to provide excellent services to seniors. using your knowledge of resources, you will perform service coordinator duties such as resident assessments, problem solving, and crisis intervention. You will use your interpersonal skills to advocate on behalf of the residents and coordinate educational, informative, and stimulating programs for them while maintaining confidentiality. Multi-Tasking and time management skills are essential in this job.

Contact: Kim Ray: Director of Human Resources 901-380-4900 kray@wesleyliving.com

Pay: Unknown

Hours: Full-time

Requirements: Graduated

Academic Coordinator, Tennessee Higher Education Initiative West TN

Tennessee Higher Education Initiative (THEI) seeks a full-time Academic Coordinator. The Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing day-to-day implementation of THEI Academic Programs inside West Tennessee prisons, with substantial car travel on a weekly basis to prison facilities and partnering colleges. Apart from facility travel, the Coordinator’s primary office location can be work-from-home, or THEI’s office in Nashville. Under the direction of the THEI Director of Education Programs, the Academic Coordinator will work closely with the THEI Programs Team, the administration and staff at our partner
prisons, and the points of contact at our partner colleges to facilitate the operation and administration of the THEI college programs. The Academic Coordinator will assist with all aspects of the administration and logistics of the program on the ground. The Academic Coordinator will also meet weekly with students.

Contact: Submit cover letter and resume to work@thei.org with "Academic Coordinator Position" in the subject line

Pay: The starting salary is 50,000 per year, plus full employer paid medical/dental/vision insurance, and generous paid leave and Holidays

Hours: Full Time

Requirements: Minimum education requirement of associate degree. Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred (e.g. Education, Counseling Psychology, Program Administration, Social Services)

  • Minimum of 1 year experience as a teacher, trainer, advisor, prison educator, or similar role
  • Proficiency in Google Suite, particularly Google Calendar, Sheets, Docs, and Slides
  • Ability and willingness to organize and manage data
  • Exceptional administrative, as well as superb written and verbal communication skills
  • Valid driver’s license and the ability to travel to and from prison on a regular basis
  • Flexible schedule including the ability to work in the evenings and occasional Saturdays
  • Must be eligible to be a badged TDOC contractor
  • Timeliness around email correspondence
  • Investment in relationship-building and passion for creating partnerships with diverse populations
  • Energy for creative problem solving
  • Thoughtfulness and critical understanding about the social and historical context of THEI’s work.
  • Commitment to self-care, social justice, and equity
  • Emotional intelligence with ability to balance healthy boundaries, maintaining professionalism with incarcerated student population and follow guidelines received from the Tennessee Department of Correction
  • Flexibility to meet student needs and organizational changes with comfortability taking appropriate initiative
  • Ability to work well with diverse individuals and groups, balance needs, and employ objectivity; effectiveness with both independent and team work

Transitional Programs Coordinator (West TN) Tennessee Higher Education Initiative

THEI seeks a full-time Transitional Programs Coordinator (West TN). The position is primarily remote with support from our Nashville Office. Under the direction of the Director of Transitional Programs (TP), the Transitional Programs Coordinator will work closely with the other members of the THEI Programs team, the administration and staff at our partner prisons, and points of contact at collaborating re-entry service providers to advocate for our students as they prepare to return to their home communities and, in some cases, to continue college post-release. The Transitional Programs Coordinator will serve prison facilities in West TN with monthly visits to their assigned students on their caseload and will also check in regularly with students who have returned home, providing referrals and support services. Must live in West Tennessee.

Contact: Submit cover letter and resume to work@thei.org

Pay: The Salary range is $45,000-$50,000 per year, plus travel reimbursements, full medical/dental insurance, a monthly wellness stipend, and generous paid leave and holidays.

Hours: Full-time

Requirements: Associate or Bachelor’s degree with 1-3 years experience in case management, social work, public health, college counseling, or a related field

  • Demonstrated experience, whether professionally or in an informal capacity, with motivational interviewing, one-on-one success coaching, or action-planning and advising
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Drive
  • The ability to collect, organize and manage data
  • Valid driver’s license and the ability to travel to and from prison on a regular basis, and to the Nashville THEI office approximately 6 times per year for team collaboration, as needed
  • Flexible schedule, including the ability to work occasionally in the evenings and some Saturdays
  • Ability to work remotely with consistent internet access, and willingness to utilize communication tools such as Zoom, Slack, and email to keep in constant touch with colleagues
  • Must be eligible to be a badged TDOC contractor
  • A proactive approach to outreach and correspondence, and timeliness with email
  • Investment in relationship-building and passion for creating partnerships
  • Energy for creative problem-solving
  • Commitment to self-care

Broadcast Engineer at Memphis-Shelby County Schools Department of Communications and Broadcast Services

Provides technical expertise for our TV studio and Hall of Fame winning radio station https://centraloffice-scsk12.icims.com/jobs/43909/chief-engineer/job?mobile=false&width=1110&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-360&jun1offset=-300

Contact: Apply with link given

Pay: Salary Min: $62,844; Salary Max: 82,640

Hours: Full-time

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Engineering plus an additional 5 years related experience, or equivalent, for a total education/experience of 9 years.

Degree Equivalency Formula:
Bachelor’s Degree= 4 years plus required years of experience.
Master’s Degree= 2 years plus required years of experience. Where Master’s degrees are required, years for Bachelor’s Degrees must be included.

Web Support Specialist at Memphis-Shelby COunty Schools Department of Communications and Broadcast Services

Provides front-end and back-end design, development, and maintenance of our districts website https://centraloffice-scsk12.icims.com/jobs/43858/web-support-specialist/job?mobile=false&width=1110&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-360&jun1offset=-300

Contact: Apply with link given

Pay: Salary Min: $50,040; Salary Max: $62,550

Hours: Full-time

Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Web Design Development, Graphic Design, Commercial Art or a related field, plus two (2) years relevant web development experience, for a total education/experience of six (6) years or an Associate’s Degree in Web Design Development, Graphic Design, Commercial Art or a related field, plus four (4) years relevant web development experience.

Requires demonstrated front-end and back-end web development experience and proficiency in Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Server-Side Scripting Language (PHP) and Structured Query Language (MySQL) coding and cross-platform web accessibility standards. Must have working experience with custom PHP, Word press, Joomla, Drupal or similar content management system (CMS).

Experience coding in SASS, AngularJS, Jquery, Javascript and object-oriented programming using PHP preferred. Ability to create web applications/submission forms and experience building CMS websites preferred.

Degree Equivalency Formula:
Bachelor’s Degree= 4 years plus required years of experience.
Master’s Degree= 2 years plus required years of experience. Where Master’s degrees are required, years for Bachelor’s Degrees must be included.

Counselor for afterschool and homeschool STEAM University programs at the Kroc Center

Responsibilities for counselors would include taking students to and from their classes and activities, assisting instructors with classroom management and interacting with students during classes.

Contact: https://www.mykroc.org/jobs

Pay: Unknown

Hours: Our Afterschool program starts on Wednesday, August 16th and runs every day that SBCSC is in session. Daily schedule is 2:30pm to 6pm. Program students enjoy a variety of fine arts and educational classes such as, music, theatre, dance, and STEM. When SBCSC school is not in session due to holidays, breaks or e-learning days, we also will run School’s Out Day Camp from 7:00am-6:00pm. Our Homeschool program starts on Wednesday, September 13th and runs every Wednesday until November 15th. Program hours are 10am – 3pm. Students engage in similar activities as our Afterschool STEAM University program but all on the same day.

Requirements: Student

Contract Position at Tennessee Valley Authority

Training position with developmental assignments made to familiarize the incumbent with a broad range of watershed operations teams functions. With increasing experience, the incumbent’s duties will expand to encompass greater responsibility in the Resource Stewardship process areas. Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Assist in developing, reviewing, and updating long-range watershed-based strategies for protecting and improving the quality of water resources.
  • Assist in establishing partnerships with a diverse array of individuals, groups, and agencies to solve water quality and land use issues.
  • Assist with public meetings and coalition building.
  • Assist with land use requests and review and assist with processing applications for Section 26a approvals in accordance with established procedures and guidelines.
  • Assist in water quality improvement implementation initiatives and provide technical support to watershed coalitions.
  • Evaluate shoreline management requests seeking alignment with watershed improvement and cultural protection goals.
  • Support implementation of shoreline improvement projects, resource management and recreational projects as outlined in performance plans

Contact: Samantha Strickland, sjstrickland@tva.gov

Pay: Pay Rate: $22.00/hour; Duration: 12 months

Hours: Full-time

Requirements: Bachelor's degree - BA or BS

Relationship Banker I at Regions Bank, Milan

At Regions, the Relationship Banker I is responsible for providing an exceptional customer experience, both on the cash line and on the phone, and contributing to improving the financial wellness of our customers. The purpose of this role is to create meaningful personal connections with customers while processing transactions, identify ways for Regions to meet customer needs, and assist in resolving end to end customer service inquiries. This role offers an exciting opportunity for candidates with prior teller, limited banking, or some retail sales experience who are interested in beginning a career with opportunities for growth, development, and upward mobility.

Regions' mission is to make life better for our customers and communities. The successful candidate should be ambitious and adaptable with a desire to educate customers on the ability to bank when, where, and how they want. This requires an individual who has strong communication skills and the ability to provide personalized customer service.

Contact: Clint Manns, clint.manns@regions.com

Pay: Unknown

Hours: Full-time

Requirements: High School Diploma or GED; ability to work Saturdays as needed; ability to handle cash and process cash transactions; ability to communicate in person, on the phone, and through electronic channels; ability to use a computer on a frequent basis, including typing and sustained attention to a monitor; ability to walk and stand for extended periods of time; ability to lift up to twenty (20) pounds.  Preferred: one (1) year of banking, cash-handling, and/or customer service experience

Various Positions with the U.S. Army

The US Army has multiple opportunities that will allow you to apply your knowledge and skills to a career with meaning. Utilize your professional expertise to become a leader in the Army and have the chance to be all you can be! Join a mission with a purpose. Work in state-of-the-art facilities around the world. Contact us today to find out more.

Contact: SSG Kevin Anderson, Paris Army Recruiting Station, 1042 Mineral Wells Avenue, Paris, TN 38242; O: (731) 644-9021; C: (502) 422-2329; kevin.w.anderson82.mil@army.mil

Pay: Depends on rank; contact the recruiter to find out more.

Hours: Full-time and part-time

Requirements: Basic requirements include, but are not limited to, the following.

  1. High School graduate or equivalent.
  2. U.S. citizen or have a I-551 (green card).
  3. Pass a drug screening test.
  4. Meet height and weight standards.
  5. No serious medical conditions. (Waivers are considered)
  6. No serious law convictions. (Waivers are considered)
  7. Pass the ASVAB
  8. Pass a full body sports physical.

Part-time Teaching Assistant at Future By Cachengo

A teaching assistant or teacher's aide or education assistant or team teacher is an individual who assists a teacher with instructional responsibilities and provides support to students for their academic work.

Contact: Send resume via email to Janelle Stear, Director of Education, 208-484-5874; janellstear@cachengo.com

Pay: not provided

Hours: part-time (10-15 hours per week)

Requirements: 
  • Must have a high school diploma and at least two years of college.
  • Must be in their Junior or Senior year and be in a teaching education program.
  • Must be willing and able to assist students in math and science and help as needed with students' coursework.
  • Must always be positive and upbeat, respectful of staff and students, and demonstrate professionalism.
  • Must be able to come to work on time each day.
  • Must pass a background check.
  • Must be able to work 10-15 hours per week during the workday.
  • Must be available in person.

Part-Time Teller at McKenzie Banking Company

McKenzie Banking Company is looking for a part time teller for the McKenzie branch. The Teller position is responsible for check cashing, deposits, withdrawals, and other customer service duties.

Contact: Shawna Fowler, Branch Manager: 731-352-2262 ext. 1010 or shawna.fowler@foundationbank.org

Pay: Not provided.

Hours: Part-time. The position would not be required to work more than 30 hours per week, sometimes less. The position would be required to work a couple of Saturdays a month. Saturday hours are from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Requirements: Candidates should be friendly, have good computer skills, and good verbal and written communication skills. They should be comfortable with customer service, cash handling, and balancing. Cash handling experience is desired but not required

Teller I at First Farmers Bank (Loretto, TN and Lawrenceburg, TN)

1. Receives and processes customer financial transactions, including deposits, withdrawals and loan payments; except for drive-thru tellers, sells cashier's checks to customers; transfers amounts from customer account as directed.

2. Answers customer inquiries and recommends appropriate products and services; makes referrals to appropriate bank personnel.

3. Balances cash drawer and daily transactions; keeps currency in drawer within currency limits; sells excess currency to vault teller.

4. Prepares and sends work for imaging/processing.

5. Makes reports of large currency transactions and reports any suspicious activity to supervisor.

6. May be responsible for ATM settlement and processing of ATM deposits.

7. Performs other duties as assigned.

Contact: tara.stout@myfirstfarmers.com

Pay: Not provided.

Hours: Full Time

Requirements: High school diploma.

Various Positions with Paris Head Start and Early Head Start

Paris Head Start and Early Head Start are hiring for a center custodian, a food service provider, and a floater for Paris Central Head Start in Paris, TN. The center provides benefits including employee paid medical insurance, vision insurance, dental insurance, AFLAC policies, retirement benefits, paid holidays, paid time off, and bereavement leave.

Contact: hldavis@nwtncap.org; 731-364-4825; application available on the careers tab at www.nwcommunityaction.org

Pay: Not provided.

Hours: Not provided.

Requirements: Not provided.

Outbound Soft Sales at Aspen Media

Aspen Media is excited to announce the re-opening of our Nashville call center location. We are located just minutes from the Nashville Airport conveniently located along the bus line. Aspen Media is looking for agents to join us in office for our outbound, soft-sales project. We are looking for confident, and self-motivated individuals who are willing to present, promote, and sell products/services. In this sales agent/appointment setting role, you are expected to make outbound calls on a dialer from a list of warm leads we are provided by our client. 

Contact: Please send resume and availability to Jessica Woodard (hire@aspenanswers.com) or Linda Berry (recruit@aspenanswers.com)

Pay: Not provided. Paid training, benefits and PTO for full-time employees, attendance and performance bonuses provided.

Hours: Immediate openings for both full-time and part-time employees; office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Requirements: Sales, telemarketing, or customer service experience is helpful, but not mandatory.