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Employer: Mile High Youth Corps Expires: 02/21/2018 Position Description: The Land Conservation Leaders program is a demanding, team-based, leadership experience providing a service opportunity in environmental stewardship. Land Conservation Leaders actively participate in and facilitate weekly educational sessions and team building activities, plan and lead service projects, and build leadership skills as they serve as Assistant Crew Leaders and, ultimately, Co-Crew Leaders. Members EARN: · Biweekly stipend: Earn a living stipend of $800 every two weeks March 19-August 17 (Assistant Crew Leader) and $980 every two weeks August 20-November 30 (Co-Crew Leader). · AmeriCorps Education Award: Earn a scholarship of $2,215.25 upon successful completion of each of the two 675-hour terms of service; totals $4430.50 at successful completion of the 8 ½ month term. These awards can be used to pay tuition or pay back qualifying student loans. Timeline: This is a temporary position, from March 19, 2018 – November 30, 2018. · Two 675 hour terms of AmeriCorps service in an 8 ½ month commitment, totaling 1,350 hours. · 40 hour weeks Monday-Friday, hours will vary by season and project. · Some overnight trips will be required for trainings, conferences, and projects. Members SERVE: · On Land Conservation: Complete physically demanding conservation projects on public lands throughout the Denver metro area. Project examples are trail construction and maintenance, fire mitigation, fencing, noxious weed removal, wildlife habitat improvements and public land maintenance and clean-up. · Mile High Youth Corps: Provide logistics support including but not limited to, building, vehicle and tool maintenance. Members RECEIVE: · Trainings: Wilderness First Aid/CPR, Leave No TraceTM outdoor ethics, Pesticide Application, hands-on technical training related to all projects, facilitation and public speaking, peer mentoring, extensive leadership development, and the option to earn S-212 chainsaw equivalency certification (required for Sawyers). · Student loan forbearance: Possible through the National Service Trust on qualifying federal government student loans. · Health Insurance: May be eligible for health insurance the 1st of the month after serving at MHYC for sixty days. Member share of health insurance premium is $80 per month. Members LEAD: · Members serve as role models and promote volunteerism and community service across the organization. · Trainings: Fully participate in and provide leadership for educational activities, including environmental education, civic engagement, healthy living, and social justice, for up to four hours a week in the field. · Projects: Serve as Assistant Crew Leaders on Summer of Service crews and Co-Crew Leaders on Fall Forestry crews. Crews are comprised of 8-10 18-24 year olds from diverse backgrounds. 1-2 members may be selected to fill an alternative role during Fall Forestry, assisting with trainings, supporting crews in meeting project goals, serving as MHYC ambassadors for site visits with government officials, and stepping into other leadership roles as needed. Qualifications: · Between 19-24 years old and eligible to legally serve in the United States. Documentation will be required on the first day. · Must be eligible for enrollment in AmeriCorps as a US Citizen, National, or Lawful Permanent Resident. Documentation will be required on the first day. · High School Diploma or equivalency required. · Must be physically fit and capable of participating in intense physical labor including but not limited to: ability to lift 75 lbs., spend 8-10 hours a day in all weather conditions, hike 7 miles with a day-pack, able to conduct repetitive hand and arm motions, and able to maneuver in tight spaces, including bending and kneeling. · Able to commit to the entire term of service, March 19-November 30. · Ability to effectively serve with a diverse group of peers, staff, community members, and project partners. · Valid driver license with insurable driving record preferred. Requirements: · This position may have access to vulnerable populations and therefore must complete a pre-service background check which includes fingerprinting. · Pre-service drug screen required. · Must not engage in any prohibited activities listed in the AmeriCorps member service agreement and must adhere to rules and regulations specified in the MHYC handbook. · Fully comply with agency policies and procedures regarding high quality service, installations, tool management, paperwork completion and data accuracy. · This position reports to the Crew Supervisor: Conservation. Mile High Youth Corps is committed to diversity in principle and practice, both in the community at large and within the organization. We are, therefore, committed to having our internal operations and employment practices administered on a non-discriminating basis inclusive of, but not limited to, race, religion, color, socio-economic status, gender, age, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, physical or mental disability, marital status, or national origin. Every effort shall be made to grant reasonable accommodation for qualified people with disabilities to participate in this AmeriCorps program.
Employer: State Employees Credit Union Expires: 02/22/2018 Position MSS FSR - (6:00PM-5:00am, 4 days on/4 off) City Asheville Location MSS - Asheville Description This is an entry level position with State Employees' Credit Union, assisting members by phone. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: establishment of new accounts, handling debit and credit card transactions, account resolution, and processing internet requests. This is a professional development position which will include completion of Credit Union modules, personal lending training, and acquiring insurance licensure. Hours- Night Shift 4 on/4 off, 1:00-Midnight. Some holidays required. Requirements No calls - please send questions and/or application via email. Minimum high school diploma - a 4 year degree is preferred. Should possess a high level of self-control, self-confidence, patience as well as strong mathematical and communication skills. Must complete the Credit Union's basic module program within 24 months of hire date as a condition of employment. Credit and criminal background check will be performed. Only qualified candidates will be contacted. “SECU provides equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or other classification protected by law”.
Employer: State Employees Credit Union Expires: 02/22/2018 Position MSS FSR - (1:00PM-Midnight, 4 days on/4 off) City Asheville Location MSS - Asheville Description This is an entry level position with State Employees' Credit Union, assisting members by phone. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: establishment of new accounts, handling debit and credit card transactions, account resolution, and processing internet requests. This is a professional development position which will include completion of Credit Union modules, personal lending training, and acquiring insurance licensure. Hours- Night Shift 4 on/4 off, 1:00-Midnight. Some holidays required. Requirements No calls - please send questions and/or application via email. Minimum high school diploma - a 4 year degree is preferred. Should possess a high level of self-control, self-confidence, patience as well as strong mathematical and communication skills. Must complete the Credit Union's basic module program within 24 months of hire date as a condition of employment. Credit and criminal background check will be performed. Only qualified candidates will be contacted. “SECU provides equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or other classification protected by law”.
Employer: Greenville Technical College Expires: 02/19/2018 In this challenging role, you will support the Greenville Technical College Foundation. Duties may include any or all of the following: -Cultivate and manage a donor portfolio of donors at $2,500 and above by directing, coordinating, and establishing priorities for development, deferred gifts and estate planning, annual giving, or alumni relations to accomplish and exceed these goals and objectives. -Identify new prospective donors and move to donor status to increase total number of donors by researching and contacting prospective donors. Solicit deferred gifts through life income trusts, life estates, annuities, and life insurance. Determine frequency of contacts and modes of solicitation. Cultivate and build donor support. Develop programs designed to obtain business, industry, and foundation support of and participation in the campus development program. -Assist with annual fund campaign efforts to include direct mail, e-news, Giving Day, and other college events and marketing efforts by supervising fund raising, providing technical assistance, and formulating policy decisions and plans. -Assist with donor recognition and cultivation activities such as the donor reception and walls of honor. -Maintain donor data in software and keep current. Develop promotional materials for use in fund raising. -Perform all other duties as assigned. Greenville Technical College is one of the largest institutions of higher learning in South Carolina – and we invite you to consider becoming a part of our team! GTC promotes a respectful campus culture that reflects appreciation for diversity and inclusion at all levels. Visit www.gvltec.edu/diversity to learn more. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSBachelor's degree + 3 yrs experience in an area such as alumni development, fund raising, prospect research, or business development activities. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS-Experience with donor management software, preferably Blackbaud Raiser's Edge -Knowledge of major gift fund raising methods and procedures. -Excellent verbal and written communication skills. -Knowledge of Greenville County business and community leaders. -Previous experience in higher education major gift fund raising.
Employer: UNC Asheville - Human Resources Expires: 02/19/2018 The Benefits Specialist supports the Benefits and Employee Relations Manager by coordinating the University’s benefits programs. The employee in this position interprets and applies federal and state guidelines, regulations and laws appropriately, and in a manner that is consistent with university policies and procedures, (e.g., COBRA, HIPAA, ERISA, FMLA, ACA,). This position will provide professional, high-level customer service support to staff, faculty, and retirees regarding the following benefit programs: health, dental, vision, health care and dependent care/medical FSA accounts, life insurance, AD&D, long term disability, leave of absence, 401(k), 403(b), and 457(b) retirement plans, and other miscellaneous voluntary programs. In addition, this position must effectively present information to a variety of audiences in a clear and concise manner. This individual must provide superior customer service to internal and external customers; be able to track, audit and prioritize work; and respond quickly and accurately to requests. Candidate must be a fast learner and have the ability to solve complex problems through research and analysis, and to respond appropriately to various trends and patterns. In addition, the Benefits Specialist must have strong organizational skills and time management skills. A successful Benefits Specialist will demonstrate professionalism, including high moral and ethical standards, consistency, consideration of others, initiative and a superior work ethic. The Benefits Specialist must be a conscientious self-starter, deadline-driven and customer-service oriented. Strong verbal and written communication skills are required to assist with development and maintenance of websites and written materials. The Benefits Specialist conducts presentations on various HR topics, special projects, implementation of policies/programs/processes, new employee orientation, etc. This position serves as liaison between HR and various outside vendors to provide information, resolve problems and interpret policies. Use various information systems to access general and confidential information. Successful candidates will have the ability to navigate various system and processes, maintain relations with various carriers and vendors, which includes transmitting and retrieving data from their systems and uploading into Banner (HRIS). The Benefits Specialist must have the ability to analyze, compile, audit and validate crucial eligibility data through multiple computer-based applications in compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), create and prepare reports; compile and model data for reporting information and trends to support decision-making. Candidate must exhibit a strong ability to handle multiple demands with a sense of urgency and attention to detail. This individual must maintain complete confidentiality at all times. UNC Asheville is committed to promoting diversity and a work environment that encourages knowledge of, respect for, and the ability to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds. HR staff members are encouraged to take an active role to engage in the institution’s efforts in promoting diversity and inclusion throughout the workplace. The successful candidate will be expected to foster an inclusive work culture where uniqueness of beliefs, backgrounds, talents, capabilities and ways of living are respected and welcomed.
Employer: Middle Tennessee State University Expires: 02/19/2018 Design, test and implement computer information systems and computer programs running against relational databases to enhance and maintain administrative business functions that support students, faculty, staff, and alumni; perform feasibility studies of programming requests; assist operations staff with abort resolutions and problems; consult with customers on programming issues and problems; maintain data integrity and overall responsibility for ERP and its related third party systems; integrate third party systems with the ERP system. Train departmental Systems Analysts as needed or assigned. Maintain overall ERP systems integration and utilize gained knowledge and expertise to guide other Systems Analysts regarding business processes, data usage, overall systems integration, and cross system dependencies. Coordinate installation of patches/upgrades with database administrators, systems support personnel, and functional users; serve as liaison between technical and user departments and perform other related tasks or special projects as assigned. Knowledge: – Pro*C/C++, Java, HTML – SQL, PL/SQL – Groovy, Grails (new release of Banner) – Database developer tools – Personal computer skills, MS Excel, Word – Higher education administrative, functional areas – Unix – General network and web server performance, security, etc. Abilities: – Establish and maintain effective working relations with diverse constituencies – Design, maintain, and test complex, error free source code applying current coding and documentation standards – Analyze problems, understand work flow analysis, and provide solutions – Exhibit excellent troubleshooting, diagnostic, and decision-making skills – Prioritize and multitask: Organize large projects into workable phases and meet deadlines – Achieve new skill sets, adopt new programming languages, and learn new developer tools as needed to support changing ERP environments – Exhibit effective interpersonal, written and oral communication skills; technical and non-technical – Maintain information confidentiality – Work effectively without direct supervision – Act as early adopter of new skill sets and new tools and train co workers as needed – Work outside of normal working hours when needed Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems or a related field required. Four (4) years progressively responsible, full time work experience as a programmer/analyst or equivalent required. Six years progressively responsible full time experience as a programmer/analyst or equivalent preferred. Strong background working in higher education administrative programming preferred.
Employer: YMCA of the Rockies Expires: 02/19/2018 POSITION SUMMARY:Under the direction of the Audio Visual Manager, the Audio VisualÂ Assistant Manager is responsible for assisting in overseeing the delivery and operation of audio visual equipment in all auditoriums and meeting spaces. The Audio Visual Assistant Manager will assist in the overseeing and completion of departmental projects as well as the training and supervising of seasonal staff. This individual will possess superior troubleshooting, project management, and interpersonal skills.REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:Superior knowledge of audio and visual technologyMust possess excellent guest service skillsAbility to troubleshoot problems under pressure and in stressful situationsCompleted education (2 year degree or equivalent) or 2 years of experience in audio visual field preferredAbility to prioritize work assignments and self-supervise on projects and daily work assignmentsSuperior interpersonal skills and a degree of discretion are required to work with group leaders and groups whose topics may be at times controversial or of a delicate natureExcellent attention to detail and organizational skills necessary to meet the individual AV needs of groups and conferences.Willingness and ability to learn new skills pertaining to the job as neededWillingness to work rotating shifts - sometimes early mornings or late nights, weekends, and holidays.Possess and maintain a valid driver's license and comply with YMCA driving record rulesESSENTIAL FUNCTIONSOversee audio visual equipment: keeping inventory, operating: repairing, troubleshooting, programming, and testingWork with guests to meet a variety of needs and solve problems efficientlyDeliver, set up, and take down audio and video equipment for concerts, conferences, family programing events, and staff events in meeting spaces and auditoriums, and provide technical support as requiredServe as Front of House Engineer and event technician, including all components of live sound reinforcement: EQ, house mix, monitor mix, sound check, and live performanceOperate and set programmable lighting systems; position auditorium theatrical lights as required by guestsClimb ladders, use man lifts, use basic hand tools, and use basic power tools in repair and maintenance of AV equipmentManage or assist with special AV projects as neededAssist in training and supervising of Audio Visual TechniciansMaintain and update CAD database for all meeting room diagramsCarry 50-100lbs up to 100 yards, lift 100lbs into a truck or van, and lift 50lbs above headWork with the Conference Setup and Services department when not occupied by obligations to groups and when not working on other various AV projectsKeep the YMCA of the Rockies AV facilities in a clean and operating orderAll other duties as assigned which will include assisting in other departmentsMeet certain standards of performance and conduct as pertaining to the essential functionsEmployees are held accountable for all duties of this job. This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities or qualifications associated with this job.NOTE: Based on business needs, you may be required to work in other Departments and/or our other Center.GENERAL YMCA OF THE ROCKIES REQUIREMENTS:Uphold and reflect the YMCA core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, Responsibility and Faith in all functionsUphold the YMCA of the Rockies Mission, policies, and programsPossess excellent customer service skills; for example, friendly, personable, helpful, patient, and professionalSupport the Association safety program. Promote safe work practices and a safe environment for guests, members, and staffPromote a cooperative, positive, and flexible atmosphere while working with others in a diverse environmentMay be required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays, depending on the positionMeet acceptable criminal background check standardsCOMPENSATION:This is a full-time, year-round, position paying $15 per hour, with full benefits, including:Health, dental and life insuranceVacation/PTO,Participation in the YMCA retirement planFree or Discounted ChildcareFree YMCA of the Rockies Family MembershipFree Meal during each work shiftAccess to the YMCA of the Rockies facilities, which include: an indoor pool, basketball gymnasium, fitness classes, tennis courts, mini-golf, trails, roller rink, library, and an art centerDiscounted nights at YMCA of the Rockies lodges (with some date restrictions based on season/occupancy)DRUG/ALCOHOL POLICY:We have a zero tolerance policy for alcohol or drugs on property; in addition, no drug use is tolerated (including marijuana) during your employment with us whether on- or off-duty.ABOUT THE YMCA of the Rockies:The YMCA of the Rockies operates two year-round family resorts and conference centers on each side of Rocky Mountain National Park: Estes Park Center located in Estes Park, CO; Snow Mountain Ranch located in Winter Park, CO; and Camp Chief Ouray, a summer resident camp for kids located on the Snow Mountain Ranch property.The Estes Park Center is the largest YMCA conference center in the world. At nearly 900 acres in size and serving over 200,000 guests each year, a dedicated team of individuals work to provide guests with a world-renowned experience.We employ people of all ages, from across the country and the world, who want to experience the mountains and support our healthy spirit, mind, and body mission. Join us!
Employer: Sphinix Network Solutions Expires: 02/18/2018 Job SummaryMust be GC holder , US Citizen or student EAD but must work on our w2Location: Cary NCDuration: long termMust take Coding Challenge and Core Java SkillsMust be able to coding in test time· Minimum 4-5 years’ experience in designing and coding web applications using Core Java and J2EE technologies.· Experience with Scala/Functional Programming,· Apache Spark , Apache Zeppelin.· Experience / Exposure Cloud/AWS is plus· Good to have Cloud based messaging (Kafka)/· Good to have MYSQL/PostGRE.· Experience working with Data Warehousing applications.· Experience with test driven development, writing Junit testcases.· Hands on experience in writing stored procedures using PL/SQL to implement business logic.· Knowledge of Unix commands to troubleshoot defects· Version Controls Git/ClearCaseJob Type: ContractSalary: $45,000.00 to $50,000.00 /year
Employer: BCH Wilderness Programs Expires: 02/18/2018 -Make a difference in the lives of at-risk youth beyond the church walls. -Be part of a ministry who, through Christ, shares hope and changes lives. -Salary and Generous Benefit Package -Housing and Meals included -Paid Vacation -Apply at http://bit.ly/1XbV8nj Cameron Boys Camp (Boys) and Camp Duncan (Girls), year-round wilderness camping programs based in North Carolina, are seeking a full-time counselor/teacher. We are an intense, relationship-based ministry to at-risk youth (11-15 year olds) in a wilderness setting. Living in the outdoors year-round, fishing, climbing trees, paddling 200 miles down a river in Florida or Georgia, camping by a lake in North or South Carolina, and backpacking the Appalachian Trail in Virginia - all are part of the camp adventure. The heart of our ministry is building a daily partnership and relationship with youth. Three counselor/teachers or “Chiefs” provide the primary care and leadership for a group of 10 boys/girls. They live with the group in a primitive campsite setting with the purpose of helping troubled youth confront and resolve past issues and current life conflicts while developing healthy relationships and living habits. The “Chiefs” facilitate a group process where problems are resolved as they arise and a caring, helpful environment is developed in the group. The counselors lead the group in having adventures, following an educational planning process, establishing routines for living. They will also lead songs and devotionals during share time, chapel and Vespers services. As positive relationship develops, the mentors find opportunities to share their faith in Christ or help them grow in their spiritual lives that can meet the deep needs in the campers’ lives. We plan for the youth and their families to be reunited and help them tie in to a local church. Activities include tent building, fixed campsite maintenance, routine chores, weekly cookouts, a hands-on experiential education program, woodcarving, educational daytrips, trip planning and extended expedition trips such as two- to four-week river/canoeing, hiking/backpacking, lake and educational road trips. Applicants should have a passion for Christ and youth. We are looking for single, male and female applicants with a BS/BA and looking for a mission to immerse themselves in for at least two years. They should welcome challenges and be no stranger to hard work and physical activities (sawing trees, wood chopping and carrying heavy objects like trees, backpacks, canoes, etc…). Other necessary qualities include a love for the outdoors, enjoys working with others and being part of a team, excellent physical health, strong leadership abilities, a willingness to learn and grow, and a positive servant attitude. They should possess a good sense of humor and adventure, strong communication and relational skills, self-initiative and emotional stability. Salary plus benefits including housing/utilities, medical/dental insurance, paid vacation and retirement program. For more info on this exciting camp job, check http://www.campcareers.org or apply online at: http://bit.ly/1XbV8nj
Employer: Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) Expires: 02/23/2018 Working on your PhD? Part-time research opportunity in NC! The EPA Environmental Research and Business Support Program is recruiting a Children’s Exposure Research Associate with the Office of Research and Development at the EPA facility in Research Triangle Park, NC. The Research Assistant will provide support through data management, curation, and analysis for EPA’s Children’s Chemical Exposure Research. The job is expected to begin March 2018. · $33.87 per hour, 25-30 hours per week; · Have obtained or currently working toward a PhD for exposure science, chemistry, cheminformatics, environmental science, a physical science, or a related field; · Must have experience in chromatographic mass spectrometry, quality control, mechanical maintenance, and analytical instruments ; and · Will perform tasks such as using MassHunter, MassProfiler, and ChemStation software, processing, checking and analyzing data, and quality control data processing. It may be possible to incorporate this data research into the candidate’s thesis documents.
Employer: Riverbanks Zoo and Garden Expires: 02/23/2018 Temporary – June 2, June 4 – August 17, 2018Ambassador Commitment: Doing your part to support Riverbanks’ mission to foster appreciation and concern for all living things.Responsibilities: Leads summer camp educational programs as needed. Curriculum topics include, but are not limited to: zoology, botany, ecology, conservation, behavioral science, and other natural & physical sciences. Supervises and motivates groups of 15-25 children. Enthusiastically presents planned activities and leads zoo and garden tours in an age-appropriate manner that is fun and engaging. Manages group behavior and demonstrates a passion for nature and children. Acts as a positive role model for campers, parents, and fellow staff, inspiring progressive conservation actions throughout activities and lessons. Days and times may vary.Education and Experience: Must be enrolled in a degree-seeking secondary education program, with one to two years experience working with children in an educational or instructional setting (formal or informal teaching, camp staffing, tutoring, coaching, lessons, etc.) or any equivalent combination of training and experience, which provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities. Must have a good knowledge of natural science. Must possess or be eligible for a valid S.C. driver's license. Must have and be able to provide proof of current CPR/First Aid certification and a negative TB test by the first day of training. Must be available for all training dates June 2, June 4-7 from 8am to 5pm. Must be available at least 9 out of 10 weeks of camp – June 11 through August 17 working Monday – Friday 7:30AM – 5:15PM.To Apply: Please submit your application via the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden website: http://www.riverbanks.org/join-our-team/
Employer: Riverbanks Zoo and Garden Expires: 02/23/2018 Temporary – June 2, June 4 – August 17, 2018Ambassador Commitment: Doing your part to support Riverbanks’ mission to foster appreciation and concern for all living things.Responsibilities: Leads summer camp educational programs. Curriculum topics include, but are not limited to: zoology, botany, ecology, conservation, behavioral science, and other natural & physical sciences. Supervises and motivates groups of 15 children (ages 4-5 years old) per week until noon. Three days per week half day/sub counselors will sub for a full-time camp counselor through the end of the regular camp day (4pm) and maybe asked to assist with extended stay (5:15pm). Enthusiastically presents planned activities and leads zoo and garden tours in an age-appropriate manner that is fun and engaging. Manages group behavior and demonstrates a passion for nature and children. Acts as a positive role model for campers, parents, and fellow staff, inspiring progressive conservation actions throughout activities and lessons.Education and Experience: Must be enrolled in a degree-seeking secondary education program, with one to two years experience working with children in an educational or instructional setting (formal or informal teaching, camp staffing, tutoring, coaching, lessons, etc.) or any equivalent combination of training and experience, which provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities. Must have a good knowledge of natural science. Must possess or be eligible for a valid S.C. driver's license. Must have and be able to provide proof of current CPR/First Aid certification and a negative TB test by the first day of training. Must be available for all training dates June 2, June 4-7 from 8am to 5pm. Must be available at least 9 out of 10 weeks of camp – June 11 through August 17 working Monday – Friday 7:30AM – 5:15PM. To Apply: Please submit your application via the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden website: http://www.riverbanks.org/join-our-team/
Employer: Riverbanks Zoo and Garden Expires: 02/23/2018 Temporary – June 2, June 4 – August 17, 2018Ambassador Commitment: Doing your part to support Riverbanks’ mission to foster appreciation and concern for all living things.Responsibilities: Leads summer camp educational programs. Curriculum topics include, but are not limited to: zoology, botany, ecology, conservation, behavioral science, and other natural & physical sciences. Supervises and motivates groups of 15-25 children (between the ages of 4 and 12 years old) per week. Enthusiastically presents planned activities and leads zoo and garden tours in an age-appropriate manner that is fun and engaging. Manages group behavior and demonstrates a passion for nature and children. Acts as a positive role model for campers, parents, and fellow staff, inspiring progressive conservation actions throughout activities and lessons.Education and Experience: Must be enrolled in a degree-seeking secondary education program, with one to two years experience working with children in an educational or instructional setting (formal or informal teaching, camp staffing, tutoring, coaching, lessons, etc.) or any equivalent combination of training and experience, which provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities. Must have a good knowledge of natural science. Must possess or be eligible for a valid S.C. driver's license. Must have and be able to provide proof of current CPR/First Aid certification and a negative TB test by the first day of training. Must be available for all training dates June 2, June 4-7 from 8am to 5pm. Must be available at least 9 out of 10 weeks of camp – June 11 through August 17 working Monday – Friday 8:00AM – 4:30PM.To Apply: Please submit your application via the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden website: http://www.riverbanks.org/join-our-team/
Employer: Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation Expires: 02/24/2018 Job Description: Bully Pulpit Outside Service Attendants Non-Exempt: Hourly worker and Summer Seasonal Worker Position Summary: Greet and assist players with preparation for play and departure. Essential Job Functions: Meet and greet all customers at their car. Unloads and loads clubs for players. Handles and washes clubs for players. Cleans and maintains the golf car fleet. Keep the garage clean and organized. Set up the driving range. Pick the range. Check the bathrooms daily. Follow proper opening and closing procedures. Other Responsibilities: Other duties assigned by the Golf Course Management Team.
Employer: viagogo Expires: 02/28/2018 Graduate Finance SQL DeveloperNew York, NYviagogo are looking for a talented graduate to join us as part of our Finance Engineering Team. Working within Technology and maintaining a close relationship with Finance will allow you to quickly develop a set of uniquely valuable skills.The Missionviagogo is on a mission to revolutionise the way people get tickets to live events, making it possible for anyone, anywhere in the world to see their favourite artists, teams or shows live. We’ve helped over 15 million people from over 150 countries attend live events, and we’re just getting started.What To ExpectThe Finance Engineering Team at viagogo is designed to rapidly equip you with all the skills you need to be a core member of a department that sits at the very heart of our business, requiring you have a deep understanding of our business, our financial operations, and our engineering team. You will be based in our US office in the heart of Manhattan, NY, but as we are an international company, you will also work closely with our international teams in Europe and Asia. Working with a group of talented engineers your first 12 weeks will be dedicated to quickly building a strong level of skills in the core technologies we use, specifically SQL, Excel, and Power BI. You'll be mentored by senior staff who will ensure you get the support & guidance you need. Within six months you'll have built a strong understanding of our business operations & financial practices, and be directly contributing to larger projects including preparation of Audit & Tax data, cash reconciliation & treasury reporting, and operational reporting. By the end of your first year you'll be capable of independently executing on projects with different business units, serving as the go-to resource to ensure that new features are being implemented in a way which ensures we're capturing timely and accurate financial data.What We ExpectThis a full-time role with a strong emphasis on rapidly putting you in a position of enormous responsibility. You'll be expected to work hard, put in a lot of effort learning diverse concepts in the fields of accounting, finance, engineering/technology, and our core business. While we'll provide you with all the training you need in order to succeed, we expect you to:Have an excellent level of written & spoken EnglishHave a strong work ethic and a high level of motivationHave experience with SQL or other programming languageHave a true interest in finance/analyticsHave a track record of/desire to master technologyHave demonstrated a superior attention to detailBe a recent graduate (or in your final year of study, expecting to receive a minimum 3.2 GPA)
Employer: ScribeAmerica Expires: 02/28/2018 The central role of the Medical Scribe is to relieve the physician of clerical or secretarial duties; thus allowing the physician to focus more directly on clinical care. The scribe is an unlicensed person and exclusively non-clinical. They do not touch patients and do not engage in any type of patient care. A scribe’s role is limited to documentation and efficiency management for the physician. The scribe observes the physician during patient encounters and performs documentation on the physician’s behalf. Under the direction of the physician, they enter information into the patient’s electronic or written chart. All documentation is reviewed and edited by the physician. It is signed with an attestation by the provider that the scribed chart accurately reflects all work, treatment, procedures, and medical decision making performed by them. Scribes function as the physician’s personal secretary and requires access to electronic databases that is similar to the access granted to the physicians themselves. Within the framework of an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system the scribe needs the functionality to find old records and results. At the physician’s request, the scribe must be able to locate past medical records, prior lab/radiology results, or past visit histories for the physician to review. Additionally, within the EMR itself the scribe needs the ability to enter data into the chart on the physician’s behalf. All scribe-entered data is reviewed and authenticated by the physician.
Employer: Winston-Salem Dash Expires: 02/23/2018 JOB REPORTS TO: Brittani Stewart, Community Relations Manager LENGTH OF EMPLOYMENT: Unpaid internship runs from May 14, 2018– August 12, 2018 (dates can be adjusted to fit school schedule). Expected to work 11:00am-5:00pm on non-game days and 11:30am until the end of the game on game days. JOB FUNCTIONS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: · Research and organize sales lead lists · Assist in ticket sales staff projects · Make outbound sales calls to individual buyers · Handle inbound calls · Assist with processing ticket orders and payments · Assist with weekly reports · Provide unsurpassed customer service for all fans · Work all Dash home games and some non-baseball events · Assist ticket sales staff with game day duties · Assist in other departments on game day as needed TRAINING: All new hires in the Winston-Salem ticket department go through comprehensive training before they begin their day-to-day job responsibilities. We believe our ticket staff should have a solid understanding of our products and sales philosophies. You will receive training and skills needed to be successful with the Winston-Salem Dash or any other professional sports team.
Employer: Patheon Expires: 02/28/2018 Summary Process, Research, and Development role working with clients to transform initial chemical entities to pilot scale through commercialization. Generate novel ideas that lead and establish Patheon as a leader in Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) development.. Serve as Technical Expert in their field to staff and Business Development. Key Requirements Process, research and development activities for client projects.Full scale and pilot scale work for client projects (GMP and non-GMP)Development of Patheon as industry leader in APIPrepares reports on laboratory and pilot plant and analytical work.Solves problems related to the conduct of chemical experiments.Recommends and implements creative approaches to processes supporting project objectives.Reads current literature and remains abreast of technological developments useful in reaching site objectives.Establishes and maintains priorities for work in support of project objectives.Clearly communicates timely reports of experimental work as needed to meet project objectives.Participates in discussions and exercises good chemical judgment to help establish valid scientific direction on projects.Maintains work environment and technical communications within the framework of OSHA, cGMP, and safety regulations.Independently designs and carries out chemical experiments and/or patents on synthesis schemes. Understands and works in compliance with all cGMP, OSHA and safety regulations, BOPs and SOPs.Accurately records and reports experiments and scientific findings.Support activities for projects such as SOP writing, EH&S assessments and team meetings, supervisory work, other duties as required Qualifications PhD in related field + 1-2 years of related experience. Help Us Make a Healthier World.Patheon provides development and manufacturing services for more than 800 pharmaceuticals, including nearly a fifth of the world’s top selling drugs. We’ve helped our clients earn more than twice as many U.S. FDA approvals than any other CDMO. Are you as committed as we are to exceeding expectations with high-quality solutions to complex problems? If so, we want to talk to you about making a healthier world... together. Join us at patheon.com
Employer: Orange County Rape Crisis Center Expires: 02/24/2018 The Orange County Rape Crisis Center in Chapel Hill, NC, is seeking a full-time Prevention Education Coordinator. The PC is responsible for implementing a comprehensive plan for the primary prevention of sexual violence in Orange County. The PC will present established education programs to local students in classrooms and other youth-serving settings, educate parents and adults about prevention skills, and mentor local teens in youth empowerment and prevention activities. Candidates must have experience with public speaking, working with children and teens, and communicating complex ideas in accessible ways for a variety of audiences. Candidates should demonstrate commitment to principles of primary prevention, equity, youth empowerment, and the mission of the OCRCC. The full job description can be found at ocrcc.org/employment. We welcome and encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to email@example.com by January 25, 2018. No phone calls, please.