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Updated: May 16, 2019

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19-114: KPI Analyst

Job Summary: Are you looking for a part-time summer job? Brother in Bartlett, TN is in need of a talented individual who can work 20-30 hours over the Summer to assist the Inventory Department in analyzing Key Performance Indicators (KPI) data.

Requirements:

  • Excel experience
  • Experience writing formulas in Excel
  • Experience creating Pivot Tables
  • Experience doing VLookups
  • 1-2 years of warehouse experience required
  • 1-2 years of post-high school education in Business, Engineering, or Math discipline required

Applying Instructions: Please visit http://www.randstadusa.com to apply; The job title will appear as KPI Analyst. Please include an updated resume.

19-112: Environmental Services Tech (General)

Summary: Performs cleaning of assigned areas, such as medical units, patient rooms, public areas, offices, laboratories, restrooms and other duties related to housekeeping as assigned. Performs various housekeeping duties to provide patients, visitors and staff with a safe and clean environment by maintaining standards of cleanliness, sanitation and infection control.

General Cleaning: Ensures that medical units, patient rooms, public areas, offices, laboratories, restrooms and any other assigned areas are cleaned in a timely manner. Assembles needed materials and supplies. Loads service cart and transports to work area. Performs general cleaning functions following housekeeping procedures. Cleans and maintain a various floor coverings. Replaces sharp containers. Collects, transports and disposes of trash and waste properly, including infectious waste bags. Assists in lifting, moving and relocating furnishings and equipment. Lifts, positions and transports supplies, material, furnishing, etc. utilizing proper body mechanic and equipment. Requests supplies as needed.

Patient Care Areas: Maintains clean environment in patient rooms, patient rest rooms, beds, waiting areas and examination areas; sweep and mop tile floors and/or vacuum carpet. Dusts furniture, light shields, baseboards, ledges and windowsills. Adheres to appropriate procedures regarding isolation cleaning. Maintains discharges patient rooms so they are available for prompt reuse. Utilizes computer to enter bed status and availability for tracking purposes. Removes trash from patient rooms, nurses stations, nurse servers and public areas. Cleans discharge beds by washing complete bed and mattresses including crevices, head and footboards, frame and casters. Cleans nurses’ stations, utility rooms, waiting rooms, public rest rooms and keep in orderly condition. Washes walls, doors and interior glass to keep them free of dust and fingerprints.

Clinical/Office Areas:

  • Maintains cleanliness in clinical/office areas including damp wipe furniture, fixtures, counter tops, telephones, file cabinets, ledges, base tile, etc. Dusts furniture or flat surfaces. Maintains clean, odor free conditions in rest rooms. Cleans and washes mirrors, dusts light shields and towel dispensers. Keeps tile floors and carpeted areas clean and free of soil and debris. Empties and cleans trash containers. Spot washes walls, doors and cleans interior glass. Trash - Removes all trash from hospital and deposit into designated area. Cleans trash carts and trashcans. Collects glass and needles from the nurses’ stations and patient floors and place glass in the separation bin and needles in the incinerator. Keeps area around the incinerator clean. Sweeps back dock and close-in parking areas.
  • Maintains an orderly physical environment. Arranges furniture and equipment in an orderly fashion after cleaning work area. Reports any furniture that needs shampooing or repairing. Keeps hallways uncluttered. Maintains housekeeping's utility room in order. Cleans and returns equipment to storage room.
  • Organizes/prioritizes work assignments to provide timely housekeeping services. Answers dispatched calls and responds accordingly. Prioritizes work based on bed availability, patient care and staff needs. Communicates the needed for assistance to Manager to avoid service delays. Provides assistance to co-workers as workload requires.
  • Follows prescribed disinfecting procedures in performing work. Cleans blood and body fluids from floors, walls, beds, and other equipment using Universal Precaution (UP), Personal Protective Equipment, (PPE) and Personal Protective Devices (PPD).
  • Works effectively as a team member within department and with customers to provide quality service through communication, cooperation and collaboration. Interacts and works collaboratively with patient/family/hospital staff in a customer responsive and courteous manner, in compliance with MEDCARE standards and promoting patient/customer satisfaction. Assists personnel when needed by performing tasks to keep department operating at peak efficiency levels.
  • Maintains confidentiality in matters relating to patient/family, department and hospital information. Adheres to established department and organization policies (i.e. HIPAA, Confidentiality and Compliance Policies).
  • Maintains required department records, reports and files. Adheres to established department policies, procedures, objectives, compliance/quality improvement with consideration given to risk management, infection control and patient safety practices.
  • Assists in care and maintains equipment and supplies. Cleans and assists with care and maintenance of department equipment and utilizes supplies in a cost effective manner. Reports malfunction of equipment to supervisor.
  • Completes required continuous training and education, including, department specific requirements.
  • Provides coverage for relief and absences. Demonstrates flexibility to work nights, weekends and holidays to provide continuous coverage as required.
  • Performs other duties as required.

Machines or Equipment Operated: Mops, vacuums, scrubber and other supplies and equipment used in cleaning. Personal computer for data entry.

Job Requirements:

  • Education: High School Diploma/GED preferred.
  • Experience: Some Experience Preferred.
  • Special Requirement: Must be available to work 12-hour shifts as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Ability to read, write and follow instructions in order to carry out job duties effectively.
  • Demonstrates ability to perform general cleaning and specialized floor tech functions communicate effectively and meet job demands.
  • Demonstrated ability to utilize a computer to perform data entry and bed tracking activities.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively work in a team environment and exhibit customer service skills.

Physical Demands: Prolonged walking, standing, stooping and bending; may lift up to 50 pounds; exposure to infectious agents and harsh chemicals. Heavy Work - Exerting up to 180 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 75 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 30 pounds of force constantly to move objects. (May be further defined as with or without assistance.")

How to apply: Please apply at http://hirelocal901.com/

19-111: Law Clerk / Paralegal Summer/Part Time Position

Small General Practice law firm seeking part time summer help. The position is ideal for law students or paralegal students or recent graduates wanting to learn in a fast-paced environment. The position will provide a valuable hands on learning experience. Will train but must have computer skills and basic understanding of legal terms.

Applying Instructions: Apply at https://www.ziprecruiter.com/, search job title and location

19-110: Accounting Clerk

Job Summary:

  • Post cash received monthly to accounts receivable on computer.
  • Post information to subsidiary ledger and purchase journal.
  • Prepare schedule of accounts payable and accounts receivable at the end of each month in accordance with approved procedures.
  • Maintain an accurate bookkeeping balance and inform management of discrepancies or problems immediately.
  • Interact with all company personnel regarding financial issues.
  • Assist in monthly closings by entering information into computer, communicating with bank regarding figures and posting to disbursement account.
  • Report problems encountered immediately including unreadable data, equipment failure and unacceptable data to appropriate individual

Job Requirements:

  • Oral Communication Skills
  • Written Communication Skills
  • Math Aptitude
  • Organization
  • Professionalism
  • Reading Skills
  • Time Management
  • Filing
  • Computer Literacy
  • Alpha/Numeric Keyboard Skills

How to apply: Please email to cndavispro@davispro.net or fax to (901) 761-7763

19-109: Indeed Hiring Event Part Time Car Detailer

Enterprise Rent-A-Car is the largest and fastest growing privately owned automotive rental and leasing company with over 10,000 branch offices worldwide, Enterprise ranks #1 in the Insurance Replacement Market with yearly revenues of over $24 billion.

The Car Detailer, or Service Agent cleans vehicles inside and out (vehicles may be cleaned by hand or by operating washing equipment). The Service Agent also performs regular maintenance (non-mechanical services), moves vehicles, and performs other duties assigned by the manager, all completed in a safe and timely manner.

We are filling positions for our Memphis locations as well as Bartlett, Cordova, Germantown, Collierville & North Mississippi stores.

  • This position requires a commitment of 20-25 hours/week, depending on the schedule.
  • The starting pay is $10.00 per hour).
  • At this time, we do not offer summer only positions.

Duties:

  • The Service Agent is responsible for the care and maintenance of the cars on the lot. This includes vacuuming and prepping the cars, shuttling cars to and from car washes and dealerships for servicing, car transports to and from offices, checking fluid levels, and changing tires.
  • Clean vehicle exterior by hand, brush or by operating washing equipment
  • Polish, dry and clean vehicle windshields, windows, lights, mats and exterior body, by hand
  • Vacuum, shampoo, add air freshener and clean vehicle interior (some stain removal may be required)
  • Determine need for and add windshield fluid, gas, oil, water and antifreeze
  • Perform basic maintenance check: antenna, under the hood, inside the vehicle, inside the trunk, and outside vehicle
  • Verify appropriate stickers are attached to vehicle (registration, plates, etc.)
  • May be responsible for maintaining an inventory of cleaning supplies
  • May assist with local automobile deliveries
  • Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must have a valid driver's license with no more than 2 moving violations and/or at-fault accidents on driving record in the past 3 years
  • No drug or alcohol related conviction on driving record in the past 5 years

Must be authorized to work in the United States and not require work authorization sponsorship by our company for this position now or in the future.

Schedule will be discussed during interview

Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veterans

How to apply: Complete an online application at https://jobs.enterprise.com/jobs/

19-108: Part Time Car Detailer

Enterprise Rent-A-Car is the largest and fastest growing privately owned automotive rental and leasing company with over 10,000 branch offices worldwide, Enterprise ranks #1 in the Insurance Replacement Market with yearly revenues of over $24 billion.

The Car Detailer, or Service Agent cleans vehicles inside and out (vehicles may be cleaned by hand or by operating washing equipment). The Service Agent also performs regular maintenance (non-mechanical services), moves vehicles, and performs other duties assigned by the manager, all completed in a safe and timely manner.

We are filling positions for our Memphis locations as well as Bartlett, Cordova, Germantown, Collierville & North Mississippi stores.

  • This position requires a commitment of 20-25 hours/week, depending on the schedule.
  • The starting pay is $10.00 per hour).
  • At this time, we do not offer summer only positions.

Duties:

  • The Service Agent is responsible for the care and maintenance of the cars on the lot. This includes vacuuming and prepping the cars, shuttling cars to and from car washes and dealerships for servicing, car transports to and from offices, checking fluid levels, and changing tires.
  • Clean vehicle exterior by hand, brush or by operating washing equipment
  • Polish, dry and clean vehicle windshields, windows, lights, mats and exterior body, by hand
  • Vacuum, shampoo, add air freshener and clean vehicle interior (some stain removal may be required)
  • Determine need for and add windshield fluid, gas, oil, water and antifreeze
  • Perform basic maintenance check: antenna, under the hood, inside the vehicle, inside the trunk, and outside vehicle
  • Verify appropriate stickers are attached to vehicle (registration, plates, etc.)
  • May be responsible for maintaining an inventory of cleaning supplies
  • May assist with local automobile deliveries
  • Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must have a valid driver's license with no more than 2 moving violations and/or at-fault accidents on driving record in the past 3 years
  • No drug or alcohol related conviction on driving record in the past 5 years

Must be authorized to work in the United States and not require work authorization sponsorship by our company for this position now or in the future.

Schedule will be discussed during interview

Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veterans

How to apply: Complete an online application at https://jobs.enterprise.com/jobs/

19-107: MakerSpace Teacher (Cordova, TN)

Lamplighter Montessori School is seeking a qualified MakerSpace teacher. The ideal candidate will have a strong knowledge of basic art principles coupled with a passion for science and technology. The MakerSpace at Lamplighter is a hands-on learning lab where students have a wealth of materials and activities to boost creative thinking and critical thinking skills. Students are encouraged to use their imaginations to solve real world problems and then design and build solutions. They have the opportunity to learn the art skills necessary to fulfill creative drives and hone abstract thinking skills through brain games, coding and robotics. We want our next MakerSpace teacher to teach students the sky is the limit when it comes to making and creating. The job duties include teaching 5 MakerSpace classes per week for students ages 3-12 years.

Position is considered part-time. Option to contribute other skills or job duties to make it full-time.

Lamplighter is a strong and supportive community of Montessori professionals, loving parents, and amazing students. If you are looking for a healthy and happy work environment, you will find it at our school. We strive for continuous school improvement, but also, continuous self-improvement, while working together as a team. Lamplighter is located just outside of Memphis city limits in Cordova, TN on 9 wooded acres. Our enrollment of 110 students continues to grow each year. We teach students Toddler-Middle School.

Extracurricular classes include Mandarin, Library, and Orff Music as well as monthly visiting artists. Teachers enjoy a generous tuition discount and competitive salary. Apply today. We look forward to meeting our next team member!

Job Requirements: The ideal candidate will have a strong knowledge of basic art principles coupled with a passion for science and technology.

Applying Instructions: Send your resume and letter of intent to afrench@lamplighterschool.org

19-106: Accounting Clerk

Summary:

  • Post cash received monthly to accounts receivable on computer.
  • Post information to subsidiary ledger and purchase journal.
  • Prepare schedule of accounts payable and accounts receivable at the end of each month in accordance with approved procedures.
  • Maintain an accurate bookkeeping balance and inform management of discrepancies or problems immediately.
  • Interact with all company personnel regarding financial issues.
  • Assist in monthly closings by entering information into computer, communicating with bank regarding figures and posting to disbursement account.
  • Report problems encountered immediately including unreadable data, equipment failure and unacceptable data to appropriate individual.

Job Requirements:

  • Oral Communication Skills
  • Written Communication Skills
  • Math Aptitude
  • Organization
  • Professionalism
  • Reading Skills
  • Time Management
  • Filing
  • Computer Literacy
  • Alpha/Numeric Keyboard Skills

Applying Instructions: Please email to cndavispro@davispro.net or fax to (901) 761-7763

19-105: Culinary Cook Intern

Southern Elegance Events, LLC has positions open for Culinary Interns. Ideal candidates will be enrolled in a culinary program or pursuing career in culinary arts. Through hands-on training and mentorship with Food & Beverage staff, the Culinary Intern will work in all areas of kitchen operations. Each internship schedule will depend upon program requirements, resort needs, and Intern availability. A Culinary Intern is a cook in training and will work under the Chef and Lead Line Cooks.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • As an Intern you will be exposed to preparation and service of casual and upscale a la carte outlets, plated banquets, buffets and action stations.
  • Ensure the quality, appearance, and consistency of all food products.
  • Assist with all aspects of meal preparation, sanitation, and general upkeep of the kitchen and banquet areas.
  • Assist the Executive Chef with ordering, inventory, menu preparation, create and test recipes, learn techniques for food preparation and presentation which ensures consistent high quality, minimize food costs, and exercise portion control over all items served.
  • Perform other related duties as directed by the Chef and/or Lead Line Cook.

Working Conditions: Ability to kneel, bend, twist, reach, push/pull, stand, walk and work in moderate to extreme temperatures, fumes, smoke, odors and loud noise for long periods of time.

Physical Requirements:

  • Requires moderate physical activity, handling objects up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to kneel, bend, twist, reach, push/pull, stand, walk

To apply: Please email resumes to info@southernelegancellc.com.

19-104: Office Support Specialist - Part Time (1 Day/Week)

Lab Four Professional Development Center Memphis, TN

The ideal candidate will be able to work 1 days per week for a total of 8 hours.

Lab Four’s mission is to become a key workforce development partner in three ways: by providing the best possible technology training to help businesses become more successful; providing the skills and credentials necessary for individuals to secure stable employment in a high-demand industry; and partnering with other non-profit organizations to help our community fulfill its vast potential.

Lab Four is changing the training industry and changing lives and that can’t happen without a skilled support team. As Office Support, you will help us stay organized, complete administrative tasks and reporting, solve operational problems, and become efficient in a fast-paced, growing environment.

Responsibilities:

  • Complete administrative tasks:
    • Data entry in Excel and CRM
    • Compile and distribute reports internally and externally
    • Assisting in clearing backlog of folders to be scanned
    • Proctor exams
    • Filing
  • Assist in facilitating Enrollment Meetings:
    • Update Pending Rosters
    • Maintain meeting agenda, take and scan meeting notes to appropriate personnel
    • Update and distribute enrollment reports
  • Audit new student files to ensure no one starts class without complete documentation:
    • Audit both Nashville and Memphis files prior to funding approval
    • Audit Memphis and Nashville files after a student has completed enrollment paperwork
    • pdate Student File Audit Reports
  • Additional tasks as needed

Lab Four Professional Development Center: Lab Four's mission is to become a key workforce development partner in three ways: by providing the best possible technology training to help businesses become more successful, providing the skills and credentials necessary for individuals to secure stable employment in a high-demand industry, and partnering with non-profit organizations to help our community fulfill its vast potential. We will accomplish this through the most innovative, effective, and ethical methods possible from top to bottom

To apply: Visit https://www.ziprecruiter.com/c/Lab-Four-Professional-Development-Center/Jobs to complete an application

19-103: Fall Creative Intern (Unpaid) – Nashville, TN

  • Position Title: Creative Intern (Internship, Unpaid)
  • FLSA Classification: Internship, Unpaid
  • The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Creative Department
  • The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Company Overview: Located in the heart of downtown Nashville, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum documents and interprets the history of country music a musical genre and culture central to the identity of the city, the state, and the nation. Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, the Museum proudly combines subject expertise, ambitious research and preservation of an unparalleled collection with expressions of creativity in music, art, and history. The Museum collects artifacts that illustrate the evolving history and traditions of country music while providing diverse learning opportunities. The core exhibit follows the story of country music from its folk beginnings through its emergence as a commercial art form. Rotating exhibits examine a broad range of topics, from country classics to ultra-contemporary and emerging artists in American Currents. The museum owns Hatch Show Print, a letterpress print shop opened in 1879, and it operates Historic RCA Studio B, where Elvis Presley and many others recorded.

Departmental Overview: The Creative Department is responsible for the design and production of all of exhibits, advertisements, collateral support materials, web graphics (social media, website and email) and on-property signage from concept to delivery. The departments overall goal is to perpetuate the mission of the Museum. The Creative Department interacts with nearly all other departments on projects such as Education, Events, Development, merchandise, dining and more. We support all these different, but connected elements simultaneously and produce materials that rise to a level of excellence worthy of those legends and artists we honor and celebrate.

Internship Overview: The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum offers unpaid internships that advance the educational goals of the student as well as the Museums mission. Internships are designed for a minimum commitment of 20 hours per week for a minimum of 12 weeks with consideration given to individual university requirements. Additional adjustments to the 12 week, 20 hour schedule will be at the discretion of the internship supervisor. Educational programs which operate on a quarterly basis will be accommodated. Motivated students who are seeking hands-on experiences in a team-oriented environment will find excellent opportunities at the Museum.

The Creative intern will rotate throughout the department, assisting each designer with specific projects as needed consistently delivering on-brand designs for advertising and marketing campaigns and other collateral materials for a variety of departments within the Museum. A majority if the Creative interns attention will be spent assisting in the development of on-property programming signage, marketing materials, social media posts, and print ads

Specific Internship Duties:

  • Assist members of the Creative department on a variety of design-related tasks to meet individual department goals and deadlines
  • Learn and use Basecamp (a project management tool) daily to gather job information, post designs, gather feedback, post edits, and work toward a final product
  • Design a range of projects including monthly postcards, ads, fliers, and on-property signage
  • Edit print and web images using Photoshop
  • Assist in preparing files and uploading to vendors for printing
  • Take part in Creative Department conceptual meetings
  • Gain general institutional knowledge about the Museum in order to maintain our mission

Minimum Qualifications: Enrolled in a college or university pursuing a degree in a related field (design, fine art, etc.)

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Junior- or Senior-level students
  • Passionate about music and the Museum

Essential Competencies (Knowledge, Skills and abilities needed for success in the position):

  • Ability to multitask and problem solve
  • Upbeat, energetic, passionate about design
  • Knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator are a must

Conditions of Internship:

  • Must pass a background check
  • 20 hours per week, flexible within M-F / 8am 5pm
  • Lift 25 lbs. or less

Notes to Applicant: Due to the high volume of applications received for internships, hiring managers may only contact you if they are interested in scheduling an interview. Please refrain from calling to inquire about your status in the search

How to apply:

19-102: PAID INTERN – Architectural Draftsman

Intern Duties:

  • Apprentice drafter
  • Will do simple architectural work

Required Skills and Knowledge:

  • One year of AutoCAD training required
  • Must be pursuing an Associate Degree

Intern Program Requirements:

  • Currently pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Architectural Engineering Technology or related area
  • Be in academic good standing with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must have completed at least 15 hours of college-level course work with at least two courses in your major

Applying Instructions: Please complete the Intern Application at http://www.southwest.tn.edu/career-services/internship-students-off-campus.htm.

19-101: Data Entry Clerk/Administrative Assistant

Summary: If you are, a Data Entry specialist/enthusiast, looking to get your foot in the door with a growing organization, then this is may be the role for you!

The position is paying between: $17.00-$20.00/hour and is an immediate need.

We are looking for a Data Entry Clerk to type information into our database from paper documents.

The ideal candidate will be computer savvy and a fast typist with a keen eye for detail. You will report to a data manager or another senior data team member. Understanding of data confidentiality principles is compulsory. The company will rely on you for having accurate and updated data that are easily accessible through a digital database.

  • We are looking for an organized File Clerk to do file management and maintenance.
  • You will organize paperwork according to an efficient filing system and digitalize all important documents.
  • You will be expected to protect and update files as well as make them easily accessible to your colleagues.
  • A file clerk must be organized and possess a serious understanding of confidentiality and data protection.
  • The ideal candidate will be skilled in computers and detail-oriented.
  • The goal is to preserve the company’s records and manage paperwork effectively.

Responsibilities:

  • Check incoming paperwork (correspondence, invoices etc.) and make copies before distributing.
  • Sort all papers alphabetically and according to content, dates, significance etc.
  • Create or update records with new files and information.
  • Store all paperwork in designated places securing the important documents.
  • Enter paperwork into an electronic system either by data entry or by using optical scanners.
  • Deal with all requests to access files and keep logs of borrowed papers.
  • Develop an efficient filing system to make updating and retrieving files easier.
  • Follow policies and confidentiality dictations to safeguard data and information.
  • Monitor inventory of files, paper clips etc. and report shortages.

Requirements:

  • Excellent communication skills (oral and written).
  • Experience working in office environment and/or academic institution.
  • Attention to detail and strong organizational skills.
  • Ability to work in a team environment.
  • Ability to maintain confidential information and adhere to company policies.
  • Computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and comfort with acquiring new technology and Student Information System database skills.
  • Knowledgeable in using all mainstream social media sites.
  • Demonstrated enthusiasm and commitment to the vision, mission and guiding principles of the organization.
  • Ability to follow-up in a timely manner.
  • Strong customer services and organizational skills.
  • Must be detail-oriented, patient and sensitive to client/customer's needs.
  • Ability to mediate and handle difficult situations, complaints, etc.
  • Ability to coordinate activities, support and work closely, creatively and effectively as a team member.
  • Ability to maintain a high standard of professional behavior at all times.
  • Knowledge of another language is a plus.

Applying Instructions: Email resume to terryofficemail@consultinggroupinc.net

19-100: PAID INTERN - CAD Tech/Drafting (Olive Branch, MS)

Job Summary: Print drawings using 3D Modler, IronCad, or Unigraphics.

Job Requirements: AutoCAD, 3D Modler. IronCAD or Unigraphics

Intern Program Requirements:

  • Currently pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology or related area
  • Be in academic good standing with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must have completed at least 15 hours of college-level course work with at least two courses in your major

Applying Instructions: Please complete the Intern Application at http://www.southwest.tn.edu/career-services/internship-students-off-campus.htm.

19-99: Set Up & Break Down Event Person (Rockin’ Robin DJs)

We’re looking for someone that can help set up, break down, load & unload equipment. After mastering the physical labor, our assistants learn to help our DJs with the laptop, lights, mixer and more.

The gigs are usually on the weekends, but mostly Saturdays with variable times.

Starting pay is $12.00 per hour. This is training, pay, and will increase with your knowledge and ability to help the DJ make the events a success.

  • No experience necessary, but dependability and punctuality are a must!
  • Must be available to work most weekends
  • Must be a hard worker & willing to learn
  • We prefer our applicants reside within 25 miles of Lakeland, TN
  • Must be 18 or older

Applying Instructions: If you want to be a part of a great DJ Company, email your contact information to RockinRobinDJs@gmail.com or call us at (901) 937-5444. Check us out at http://www.rockinrobinsdjs.com

19-98: Early Childhood Teacher

General Function: Assists with supervision and implementation of activities with a group of children in an early childhood or school aged child care site.

Principal Activities:

  • Supervises a group of children to ensure their health and safety and to provide for a positive experience for each child.
  • Implements program activities as planned by classroom leadership employees. May be asked to assist in planning activities.
  • Assists in maintaining developmentally appropriate classroom including appearance, décor and cleanliness of site.
  • May prepare and serve snacks. Cleans snack area.
  • Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention and emergency procedures.
  • Attends staff meetings and training programs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • 18 years of age or older.
  • High school graduate or equivalent.
  • One years or more of experience working with children kindergarten aged and younger.
  • Current state approved first-aid certification.*
  • Current state approved infant/child (or community if school aged) CPR certification.*
  • TB test**
  • Medical Physical Exam- Required by DHS**
  • Completion of minimum STARS required training
  • Prefer knowledge of, and previous experience with, diverse populations (language, culture, race, physical ability, etc.). Ability to speak any language in addition to English may be helpful.
  • Must meet all other required qualifications set by DHS.
  • * At hire, or earliest possible training (but no later than 90 days after employment.)
  • ** Prior to beginning child care duties

Applying Instructions: Visit web site - find appropriate job opening and apply at https://workforcenow.adp.com/

19-97: Summer Day Camp Counselor

Provides direct supervision of a group of children in a seasonal day camp. Provides a quality experience to children and parents focused on YMCA core values: honesty, respect, responsibility, and caring.

Essential Functions:

  • Supervises a group of children.
  • Plans and implements program activities that are culturally relevant, developmentally appropriate and consistent with YMCA values.
  • Adheres to program standards including safety and cleanliness standards.
  • Attends staff meetings and trainings.
  • Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention, risk management and emergencies.
  • Maintains positive relations and effective communication with parents and other staff. Models relationship-building skills (including Listen First) in all interactions.
  • Accurately report work time via approved YMCA Clocking Method: branch kiosk, YMCA site phone, YMCA iPad or time sheet

Requirements:

  • High school graduate or equivalent; one year or more of college preferred.
  • Previous experience working with children preferably in a day camp setting
  • Experience preferred in one or more of the following areas: outdoor living, camping, songs/music, skits, sports, aquatics, recreational games, etc…
  • At least 18 years of age.
  • CPR, First Aid, AED certifications and Child Abuse Prevention training within 30 days of hire date.
  • Previous experience with diverse populations preferred.

Applying Instructions: Visit web site - apply with appropriate job opening at https://workforcenow.adp.com/

19-99: Set Up & Break Down Event Person (Rockin’ Robin DJs)

We’re looking for someone that can help set up, break down, load & unload equipment. After mastering the physical labor, our assistants learn to help our DJs with the laptop, lights, mixer and more.

The gigs are usually on the weekends, but mostly Saturdays with variable times.

Starting pay is $12.00 per hour. This is training, pay, and will increase with your knowledge and ability to help the DJ make the events a success.

  • No experience necessary, but dependability and punctuality are a must!
  • Must be available to work most weekends
  • Must be a hard worker & willing to learn
  • We prefer our applicants reside within 25 miles of Lakeland, TN
  • Must be 18 or older

Applying Instructions: If you want to be a part of a great DJ Company, email your contact information to RockinRobinDJs@gmail.com or call us at (901) 937-5444. Check us out at http://www.rockinrobinsdjs.com

19-98: Early Childhood Teacher

General Function: Assists with supervision and implementation of activities with a group of children in an early childhood or school aged child care site.

Principal Activities:

  • Supervises a group of children to ensure their health and safety and to provide for a positive experience for each child.
  • Implements program activities as planned by classroom leadership employees. May be asked to assist in planning activities.
  • Assists in maintaining developmentally appropriate classroom including appearance, décor and cleanliness of site.
  • May prepare and serve snacks. Cleans snack area.
  • Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention and emergency procedures.
  • Attends staff meetings and training programs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • 18 years of age or older.
  • High school graduate or equivalent.
  • One years or more of experience working with children kindergarten aged and younger.
  • Current state approved first-aid certification.*
  • Current state approved infant/child (or community if school aged) CPR certification.*
  • TB test**
  • Medical Physical Exam- Required by DHS**
  • Completion of minimum STARS required training
  • Prefer knowledge of, and previous experience with, diverse populations (language, culture, race, physical ability, etc.). Ability to speak any language in addition to English may be helpful.
  • Must meet all other required qualifications set by DHS.
  • * At hire, or earliest possible training (but no later than 90 days after employment.)
  • ** Prior to beginning child care duties

Applying Instructions: Visit web site - find appropriate job opening and apply at https://workforcenow.adp.com/

19-97: Summer Day Camp Counselor

Provides direct supervision of a group of children in a seasonal day camp. Provides a quality experience to children and parents focused on YMCA core values: honesty, respect, responsibility, and caring.

Essential Functions:

  • Supervises a group of children.
  • Plans and implements program activities that are culturally relevant, developmentally appropriate and consistent with YMCA values.
  • Adheres to program standards including safety and cleanliness standards.
  • Attends staff meetings and trainings.
  • Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention, risk management and emergencies.
  • Maintains positive relations and effective communication with parents and other staff. Models relationship-building skills (including Listen First) in all interactions.
  • Accurately report work time via approved YMCA Clocking Method: branch kiosk, YMCA site phone, YMCA iPad or time sheet

Requirements:

  • High school graduate or equivalent; one year or more of college preferred.
  • Previous experience working with children preferably in a day camp setting
  • Experience preferred in one or more of the following areas: outdoor living, camping, songs/music, skits, sports, aquatics, recreational games, etc…
  • At least 18 years of age.
  • CPR, First Aid, AED certifications and Child Abuse Prevention training within 30 days of hire date.
  • Previous experience with diverse populations preferred.

Applying Instructions: Visit web site - apply with appropriate job opening at https://workforcenow.adp.com/

19-96: (PAID INTERN) Mechanical/Piping Internship

Summary: Intern will work on teams to engineer and design industrial plants. Projects will be mechanical/piping focused, however intern may work in other disciplines. Intern may perform fieldwork, drafting and design, calculations, etc. Computer skills are critical.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Computer Skills
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD
  • Microsoft Office
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written

Intern Program Requirements:

  • Currently pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology or related area
  • Be in academic good standing with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must have completed at least 15 hours of college-level course work with at least two courses in your major

Applying Instructions: Please complete the Intern Application at http://www.southwest.tn.edu/career-services/internship-students-off-campus.htm. For more information, contact Cortney Ward in Career Services at ccward2@southwest.tn.edu.

19-95: PAID INTERN - Food and Beverage Intern

  • Job Title: Food Service Associate (Seasonal - Internship)
  • Department: Food Service

This is a seasonal internship position located in the Food Service Department with variable/flexible working hours to include weekends, holidays and overtime as required. This is an external recruitment.

Responsibilities: Under the general supervision of the Food Service Supervisors and Manager: work to meet the requirements of the internship program and standards. The intern will be assisting with special projects that include but are not limited to activities involving: catering and Graceland special events. General duties include: operate POS in restaurants; assist guests with purchases and questions; assist guests by taking and processing orders; prepare and serve food as needed; assist guests to table by carrying food tray if required; meet and greet guests from around the world; assist with questions or problems; direct any problems as required; maintain cleanliness of assigned work area throughout the day and for daily cleaning report; report any problems to supervisor; assist with putting away stock upon arrival; report any problems noticed with food quality or quantity to Food Service Manager and or/ supervisor; move stock from storage areas to front lines for easier use during the peak hours of the day; maintain back areas of restaurant to Shelby County and Memphis health standards/codes and free of debris; operate and clean all restaurant equipment; bus tables; clean tables by removing dishes and wiping down table and chairs replace any used condiments; refill napkin holders; empty trash cans; remove trash from restaurants’ back areas and place in large dumpsters for trash removal; clean restrooms in assigned restaurant area; sweep and mop floors; other duties as assigned.

Required Skills, Knowledge And Abilities: Knowledge of Memphis and Shelby county health codes; ability to work quickly and accurately under constant pressure of often conflicting deadlines and numerous interruptions; ability to maintain confidentiality; reading skills to understand and interpret regulations, policies and procedures; ability to put out stock as directed by manager and or supervisor; knowledge of restaurants stock and equipment; skill to operate and maintain restaurant equipment such as coffee machine, hot chocolate machine, soda machine, grill, fry vat, ovens, dishwasher and any other equipment located in assigned restaurant; ability to work and maintain a safe work area; ability to follow operating procedures on equipment in a safe manner.

Physical Requirements: Ability to stoop, reach, walk and stand for long periods; ability to lift boxes weighing up to 25lbs; speak clearly and distinctly.

Special Conditions: Uniform is required; hair net must be worn; must follow and have knowledge of health codes and requirements.

Conditions of Employment: Work flexible hours, holidays, weekends, and overtime as required; ability to maintain confidentiality; no smoking or eating in the work area.

How To Apply: Complete an online application at http://southwest.tn.edu/career-services/internship-students-off-campus.htm

19-94: Panel Technician I (Paid Intern)

Job Summary:

  • Individual will work on the assembly of electrical control panels covering 4 basic types (small to large / simple to complex) that are used in the Building Automation / HVAC industry.
  • They will be given the opportunity to learn the basic construction of simple panels and then move through the continuum to custom complex panels.
  • These builds will allow for the intern to develop an understanding of mechanical / electrical specifications, blueprint reading / adherence all while in a production environment.
  • Interns will be given training in all tasks by experienced panel inspectors with over 100 years of experience.
  • Interns will also be given the opportunity to learn and adhere to the requirements of a UL Listed manufacturing process.

Job Requirements:

  • Basic wiring and or mechanical assembly / capabilities.
  • Ability to read (or learn to read) blue prints or technical schematics.
  • Ability to use hand tools to include small power tools (drills, saws, wire snips).
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time, lift up to 50 lbs. (with assistance of one other person).

Intern Program Requirements:

  • Currently pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology, Advanced Integrated Industrial Technology, Industrial Process Control Technology or related area
  • Be in academic good standing with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must have completed at least 15 hours of college-level course work with at least two courses in your major

How to apply: Complete an online Intern Application at http://www.southwest.tn.edu/career-services/internship-students-off-campus.htm

19-93: PAID Intern – LTL Operations Representative

Position Description: C.H. Robinson LTL centers are offices focused on continued process improvement and high quality customer service. Armed with the ability to help businesses of all sizes improve efficiency and manage transportation costs, you will be the chief reason consumer products, goods, and food travel around the world on a daily basis. As an Operations Representative, you will ensure operational excellence by supporting both internal and external customers. This requires creative thinking, innovation, and collaboration to find the best way to solve our clients' tough supply chain needs. The main focus of this position is to execute LTL (Less than Truckload) shipments from start to finish while providing great customer service to our carriers and customers.

Responsibilities:

  • Shipment data entry
  • Complete Customer/Carrier/Supplier requests and provide follow-up
  • Answer incoming calls/emails
  • Procure and provide shipment information
  • Audit load information
  • Tracking and tracing
  • Invoice resolution

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • At least one year of experience in customer service (preferred)
  • Driven, enthusiastic, highly motivated, and results focused
  • Strong and effective communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
  • Ability to work in a team environment, while also delivering independent results
  • Functional in Microsoft Office Suite programs (outlook, word, excel) and internet
  • Positive attitude and willingness to learn
  • Ability to prioritize, multitask and manage time effectively

We believe in an environment that provides recognition for employees, rewards their accomplishments, and honors ongoing professional development. This entry-level role starts with a training program that offers hands-on logistics experience. If you are driven, enthusiastic, and highly motivated, accelerate your career with C.H. Robinson.

Company Description: C.H. Robinson—accelerating careers with immense opportunities and professional growth within the global supply chain industry. Start here. Accelerate here.

Every individual working at C.H. Robinson is integral to the success of our customers and our company. C.H. Robinson is a Fortune 500, global company that values teamwork, initiative, accountability, and integrity from its employees. We work globally and innovate daily to enhance and execute supply chains that move goods around the world. The fast pace of the logistics industry translates into a high-energy and collaborative workplace environment. We are empowered to make decisions, help our customers grow, and accelerate our careers.

No matter the product being shipped or from which corner of the globe, C.H. Robinson can help make it happen—quickly, securely, and reliably. Through personal connections and solid relationships, our employees use their in-depth knowledge, robust tools, and global network to help customers reach their goals quickly. Whether shipping by plane, rail, ship, or truck, C.H. Robinson has the knowledge, flexibility, and dedication to deliver the goods that make our world go ‘round.

Join the 12,000 employees worldwide who are accelerating their careers at C.H. Robinson.

C.H. Robinson - Affirmative Action Employer/EOE/M/F/Disabled/Veteran

Intern Program Requirements:

  • Currently pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Administrative Professional Technology, Business or related area
  • Be in academic good standing with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must have completed at least 15 hours of college-level course work with at least two courses in your major

Applying Instructions: Please complete the Intern Application at http://www.southwest.tn.edu/career-services/internship-students-off-campus.htm

19-92: PAID INTERN – Biomedical Intern – Equipment Repair

Attention Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology Majors

Job Description: The intern will be responsible for learning how to perform operational & safety testing on patient care equipment at Methodist Healthcare. The intern will perform routine minor repair & maintenance tasks on medical equipment. Models appropriate behavior as exemplified in MLH Mission, Vision & Values

Skills/Abilities/Knowledge: Extensive knowledge of electronic equipment; exceptional analytical skills; effective written & oral communications; knowledge of & ability to apply highly technical principles, concepts & techniques in solving complex technical problems; possession of a valid driver’s license; ability to understand and prepare complex written materials, such as equipment manuals; & more

Key Job Responsibilities: Performs periodic maintenance, performance assurance, & electrical safety inspections & other safety tests; inspects & tests all newly purchased or leased equipment & all personal electrical equipment owned by patients & staff; Determines cause of problems or malfunctions; Maintains orders & inventories, parts & supplies; Demonstrates initiative in identifying opportunities for self-development & enhancement of professional competency; & more

Intern Program Requirements:

  • Currently pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Electronic Engineering, Computer Engineering or related area
  • Be in academic good standing with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must have completed at least 15 hours of college-level course work with at least two courses in your major

How to apply: Please complete the Intern Application at http://www.southwest.tn.edu/career-services/internship-students-off-campus.htm.

19-91: (PAID INTERN) QC Technician Internship

Job Summary:

  • Performs inspections of raw materials, sub-assemblies or finished company products according to well-defined criteria using standard physical, mechanical, and/or electrical measurements
  • Exercises special care to insure equipment is functioning correctly to detect any out of tolerance dimensions
  • Accurately documents the results of inspections and testing
  • Dispositions product as Accepted or initiates Non Conformance Reports
  • Perform any other duties assigned

Key project – Inspect continuous incoming product from various suppliers, and inspect continuous in-house

Required Skills & Knowledge:

  • Mental - Requires a relatively high degree of concentration and attention to detail
  • Be able to read blueprints, and basic math skills
  • Microsoft Office and basic PC software and other general office equipment
  • Ability to operate all required inspection equipment such as; calipers, micrometers, gauges, comparators, and other delicate measuring instruments
  • Manual Dexterity-requires ability to manipulate very small parts and work through microscope.
  • Ability to verbally communicate with auditors, and co-workers in person and via telephone.

Physical - requires walking/standing approximately 20% of time; sitting approximately 70% of time; lifting up to 50 lbs. approximately 5% of time; stooping, forward bending and crouching approximately 5% of time

Intern Program Requirements:

  • Currenlty pursuing associate degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology-Manufacturing concentration or related area
  • Be in academic good standing with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must have completed at least 15 hours of college-level course work with at least two courses in your major

Applying Instructions: Please complete the Internship Application at http://www.southwest.tn.edu/career-services/internship-students-off-campus.htm. For more information, contact Cortney Ward at ccward2@southwest.tn.edu

19-90:PAID INTERN – Project Manager Associate

Summary: Assist in the management and planning of ongoing process improvement projects. This includes working alongside project managers, process engineers, operations and purchasing departments. Duties include requirements gathering, project planning, assisting in selection and purchasing of equipment, developing and maintaining floorplans. Projects range from adding new technologies to adjusting existing workstations and equipment to improve process flows.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Ability to view and create CAD drawings, floor plan documents. Excellent organizational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks with strong attention to detail. Excellent communication and written skills. Proficient with Microsoft Office products, particularly Word and Excel. Prefer, but not required: Working knowledge of Microsoft Project and Visio

Intern Program Requirements:

  • Currently pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Business & Commerce Logistics/Transportation or related area
  • Be in academic good standing with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must have completed at least 15 hours of college-level course work with at least two courses in your major

Applying Instructions: Please complete the intern application at http://www.southwest.tn.edu/career-services/internship-students-off-campus.htm

19-89: Car Detailer

Enterprise Rent-A-Car is the largest and fastest growing privately owned automotive rental and leasing company with over 10,000 branch offices worldwide, Enterprise ranks #1 in the Insurance Replacement Market with yearly revenues of over $24 billion.

The Car Detailer, or Service Agent cleans vehicles inside and out (vehicles may be cleaned by hand or by operating washing equipment). The Service Agent also performs regular maintenance (non-mechanical services), moves vehicles, and performs other duties assigned by the manager, all completed in a safe and timely manner. We are filling positions for our Memphis locations as well as Bartlett, Cordova, Germantown, Collierville & North Mississippi stores.

  • This position requires a commitment of 20-25 hours/week, depending on the schedule.
  • The starting pay is $10.00 per hour).
  • At this time, we do not offer summer only positions.

Duties/Responsibilities/Requirements:

  • The Service Agent is responsible for the care and maintenance of the cars on the lot. This includes vacuuming and prepping the cars, shuttling cars to and from car washes and dealerships for servicing, car transports to and from offices, checking fluid levels, and changing tires.
  • Clean vehicle exterior by hand, brush or by operating washing equipment
  • Polish, dry and clean vehicle windshields, windows, lights, mats and exterior body, by hand
  • Vacuum, shampoo, add air freshener and clean vehicle interior (some stain removal may be required)
  • Determine need for and add windshield fluid, gas, oil, water and antifreeze
  • Perform basic maintenance check: antenna, under the hood, inside the vehicle, inside the trunk, and outside vehicle
  • Verify appropriate stickers are attached to vehicle (registration, plates, etc.)
  • May be responsible for maintaining an inventory of cleaning supplies
  • May assist with local automobile deliveries
  • Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must have a valid driver's license with no more than 2 moving violations and/or at-fault accidents on driving record in the past 3 years
  • No drug or alcohol related conviction on driving record in the past 5 years
  • Must be authorized to work in the United States and not require work authorization sponsorship by our company for this position now or in the future.
  • Schedule will be discussed during interview

Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veterans

Applying Instructions: Please apply online at https://jobs.enterprise.com/

19-88: Secretary

Job Summary: Part-Time Secretary needed for fast past civil litigation attorney. Job duties will include, but are not limited to: dictation; electronic filing with Shelby County Circuit Court; drafting court pleadings based on attorney dictation; drafting correspondence letters to claims adjusters, opposing counsel, and Plaintiffs/Defendants; requesting medical records via subpoena or medical records authorizations; dropping off and picking up pleadings from courthouse; filing and organization; close communication with attorney regarding status of files.

Job Requirements: Outlook, Microsoft Word, Dictation/Scribe Experience, Strong Oral and Written Communication Skills, General knowledge/experience with civil litigation is preferred.

Applying Instructions: Please email your resume and cover letter to kgriffith@eskinsking.com. Ideal candidates will be contacted for an interview and typing test.

19-87: Patient Services Representative

Position Summary: The Patient Services Representatives are the “voice” of the health centers and often give customers their first impression of CCHS. This position fields incoming calls and questions, referring callers to appropriate sources, transferring callers efficiently, and taking detailed and accurate messages for staff members.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Answers and routes all incoming telephone calls, ensuring callers are directed to appropriate location properly and quickly; uses overhead paging system effectively, when needed.
  • Schedules appointments via computer scheduling system, taking into account doctors’ weekly schedules, including on-call schedules.
  • Takes detailed phone messages for administrators, physicians, nurses, and other staff members, including date, time, and operator’s initials; emails messages to nurses from physician offices.
  • Schedules appointments and makes reminder calls for patient appointments and recall services within the health centers and dental centers.
  • Answers questions from patients, when possible, or refers questions to appropriate alternative source.
  • Performs other duties as required.

Position Requirements:

  • Education: high school diploma or equivalent
  • Experience: 6-to-12 months experience in customer service; demonstrated positive speaking skills; working knowledge of computers and telephone etiquette
  • Licenses/certifications: n/a

Mental capacity: LEVEL3=requires intermittent high concentration and high attention; generally, task approach is consistent, but number of steps/variables create causes-for-error without close attention?

Physical capacity:

  • Sitting 80%, Standing 10%, and Walking 10% of time
  • Lifting, pushing, or pulling 1% of time; max 10lbs of equipment or paper

Machines/equipment (hand/eye coordination):

  • Computer--98% of time (high)
  • Telephone--98% of time (high)
  • Copier/fax--10% of time (normal)

On-the-job travel: 1% of time traveling, excluding regular commute to primary location(s)

How to apply: Please visit https://www.christcommunityhealth.org/ and click on the “Work with Us” tab

19-86: DHS Announces 2019 Secretary’s Honors Program Cyber Student Intern Program

WASHINGTON - Recently, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that applications for the 2019 Secretary’s Honors Program Cyber Student Intern Program are now being accepted. This summer, selected undergraduate and graduate students will complete assignments supporting the DHS cyber mission over the course of 10 weeks.

“DHS is committed to bettering our cyber workforce in order to combat the threats we see on our critical infrastructure every day.” Chief Information Officer Dr. John Zangardi said.

Through this program, students currently pursuing degrees related to cybersecurity have the opportunity to gain first-hand exposure to the cybersecurity work performed at DHS. The selected students will gain invaluable experience while completing various assignments supporting the DHS cyber mission. In addition, they will participate in mentoring and professional development events with DHS managers and senior leaders.

Students selected for the current cohort will receive a stipend and complete assignments in the Department’s Office of the Chief Information Officer.

For more information on the selection and application process: visit https://www.dhs.gov/homeland-security-careers/cybersecurity-internship-program

19-85: Math Instructor

Job Summary: The ideal candidate will be a bright and ambitious professional with excellent interpersonal skills. Candidates will possess curriculum knowledge to provide effective and concise math instruction to students of all ages, while using the Mathnasium Method. Contribute to the creation of an engaging and productive learning environment. Participate in positive interactions with parents and establish a high level of confidence and program value. The Learning Center Instructor is also responsible for assisting in evaluating and tracking the progress of each student and to maintain and foster effective communication with the Center Manager and staff.

Required Skills/Qualifications:

  • Experience working with children as a Teacher, Tutor or Mathematics Instructor preferred but not required
  • Pursuing a degree in math, education, or related field
  • Skilled in mathematics concepts from counting to Algebra 2
  • Excellent child management skills and ability to tutor in a small group setting
  • Ability to create a sense of comfort in parents and children
  • Be able to communicate clearly with staff, parents, and students
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Excellent leadership skills

Applying Instructions: Please submit a copy of your resume in your email and a short cover letter to Wolfchase@mathnasium.com. A member of our team will be in contact shortly with you afterwards.

19-84: Merchandiser

Our Garden Group, providing sales support and logistics for both proprietary brands and other consumer recognized brands, is searching for a part time Merchandiser in our Memphis, TN area. This position includes stocking and arranging the product displays, including grass seed, chemicals, and clay pottery, in home improvement centers of Lowe’s, Home Depot’s and WalMart stores.

Central Garden & Pet Company (NASDAQ:CENT and CENTA), is a leading innovator, marketer and producer of quality branded products for the pet and lawn and garden supplies markets. Please see our website at http://www.central.com for additional information.

Measures of Success:

  • Down stocking and maintaining set integrity for Central Garden grass seed, chemicals, bird feed, fertilizer and clay pottery
  • Set and maintain the shelves according to retailer mandated planograms/modulars
  • Install and maintain off-shelf display opportunities for Central Garden products
  • Weekend consumer interaction during peak season (training provided)

Ideal Candidate Attributes:

  • Previous merchandising experience preferred
  • Strong communication skills needed to interact with store management and consumers
  • Strong reading skills needed to understand packaging labels and re-tagging projects
  • Must be able to bend, pull and lift 50 lbs. consistently throughout the course of a work day
  • Must be able to climb ladders, use a pallet jack and hand powered tools
  • Must have a valid driver’s license in the state in which you reside, a good driving record, reliable transportation and proof of current personal car insurance with you listed as an insured driver
  • Must have daily access to internet/email
  • Must have personal Smartphone with a current operating system: Android 5.0 or above, or Apple IOS 10.0 and above for daily communications with supervisor
  • Responsible, reliable and dependable work habits
  • Ability to work in a constant state of alertness and safe manner

Working Conditions:

  • Retail store environment – garden center and throughout retail store
  • Work week is Monday - Friday and some weekends (primarily Saturday)
  • Must be able to bend, pull and lift 50 lbs. consistently throughout the course of a workday
  • Must be able to climb ladders, use a pallet jack and powered hand tools
  • Daily travel throughout territory may require driving time (personal car)
  • Remote

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law.

How to apply: Email resume to fwoodard@central.com

19-83: Freelance Field Researchers

Job Summary: The Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation (Levitt Foundation), a national private foundation based in Los Angeles, is conducting on-site surveys at permanent outdoor Levitt music venues, including the Levitt Shell in Overton Park located in midtown Memphis, beginning this June. The survey fielding effort will be conducted by a team of field researchers who collect surveys during 2-hour shifts at 12 to 16 outdoor concerts throughout May, June and July. This is an excellent opportunity for students to learn about audience research and evaluation methods specifically related to free, outdoor concerts and community events.

Concerts occur Thursdays through Sundays. Fielding session schedules will vary and will require researchers to be available for evening and weekend hours. Depending on weather conditions, some fielding sessions may need to be rescheduled to another evening. Dates for each fielding session, including back up dates to accommodate inclement weather, will be provided upon the interview.

Duties include:

  • Collect surveys according to a detailed methodological protocol
  • Provide the Field Research Coordinator with daily fielding reports
  • Manage on-site fielding supplies, including fully-charged tablets, tracking sheets, name tags, etc.
  • Respond to emails and calls from the Field Research Coordinator in a timely manner
  • Communicate with a representative of the Levitt Shell, as needed

Compensation: freelance fielders will receive an hourly wage of $15-20, depending on qualifications and experience

The candidate should be a responsible, organized, prompt, and detail-oriented individual with excellent inter-personal and communication skills. Ideally, we are seeking freelance field researchers, undergraduate or graduate school students who have a background in the social sciences and/or experience with on-site survey collection.

The ideal candidate will also:

  • Be knowledgeable of the Levitt Shell mission and its programming
  • Be Proactive In Approaching Potential Survey Respondents
  • Be comfortable working in diverse communities and cultures, including those traditionally underrepresented in the arts
  • Have the ability to “think on your feet”
  • Be extremely reliable with a positive, friendly attitude
  • Be able to stand for long periods of time
  • Maintain a professional, neat appearance

Applying Instructions: Please email a brief cover note and resume to programs@levitt.org with “Freelance Field Researcher –Levitt Shell Memphis” in the subject line. Please, no phone calls. We look forward to hearing from you.

19-82: Market Manager

The Bartlett Station Farmer's market is looking for a new Market Manager to start the part-time position as soon as possible. This position requires a time commitment of 4 hours/ week prior to the market season & 9 hours a week during the market season (May18 - September 21).

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Recruit new vendors.
  • Coordinate volunteer groups for the market season.
  • Coordinate special events througout the market season.
  • Manage Farmer's Market social media pages.
  • Man the Bartlett Station Farmer's Market Info tent during market hours (Saturdays, 8-12 p.m. May 18 - Sep. 21).

Who makes a good manager:

  • Loves the outdoors.
  • Passionate about fresh food and eating local.
  • A people person with a welcoming demeanor.
  • Organized and capable of multi-tasking.

How to apply: If you or someone you know might be interested, contact Kathy Carl or John Dodd at the BACC at (901) 372-9457, or view the job posting HERE. Follow the Bartlett Station Farmer's Market on Facebook for updates throughout the year!

19-80: Package Handler

FedEx Ground is hiring individuals to load and unload packages for shifts of approximately 2-4 hours in our fast-paced environment. Package Handlers are responsible for the physical loading, unloading and/or sorting of packages of varying sizes and weights by hand, including lifting, pushing, pulling, carrying, scanning, placing packages, as well as physical bending, twisting, kneeling and etc. in a safe and efficient manner. Shifts may vary depending on package volume and business needs.

Package Handlers will receive a competitive hourly rate and are eligible for an attractive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, vacation, holiday pay, parental leave and tuition assistance after completion of an eligibility period. Flexible schedules are offered at many of our locations and will be discussed during the hiring process.

Individuals who are interested in starting their journey with FedEx Ground must be at least 18 years of age and will be required to watch a virtual job preview before moving forward with the employment application process.

Reasonable accommodations are available for qualified individuals with disabilities throughout the application process.

Applying Instructions: Hiring Event at FedEx Ground on April 11, 2019 at 9:00 p.m.- 3:00 p.m.

19-78: Cleaning Services

Progressive Service Company Seeking Quality Employees

  • No Experience Necessary.
  • Salary potential: up to $30,000 yearly

Benefits of Being on Our Team:

  • Positive Work Environment.
  • PSH Cleaning Service serves some of Memphis’s most prominent and interesting people.
  • You will meet lots of people and the scenery changes every day!
  • Great Benefits. We offer a generous bonus package, 401k, paid vacation, and you get your carpets cleaned for free!

Excellent Pay: You can make a very healthy income with us. Various incentives will be available to you so that you just about write your own check!

Personal Growth: We will teach you how to be the best you can be. Our company intensely studies and impliments the teachings of Howard Partridge. He is known worldwide as a speaker and authority in the cleaning industry. You will stay energized and pumped up learning his systems. PSH Cleaning Service is a learning organization that is committed to education.

Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age. Must have a valid Tn. driver’s license with a clean driving record. Must have a clean background (PSH Cleaning Service runs thorough background checks on all candidates before hiring). Must be able to perform the physical duties required if applying for labor position. Must be willing to provide our clients with the “Most Enjoyable Service Experience Ever” (we will thoroughly train you how to do that!)

How to Apply: We only accept applications in person. No phone calls. Come to our office between the hours of 9:00am and 1:00pm., Tuesday thru Friday. We are located at 5640 Summer Ave. That is one mile west from Sycamore View (we are on the right.)

19-77: Volunteer – Office Worker

Olshan Foundation Repair & Waterproofing of Memphis is looking for a volunteer to help in the office.

How to apply: If interested please call Tammie Keener for details at (901) 684.1933.

19-76: PAID INTERN – Fulfillment Associates

Description: Fulfillment Associate Interns will perform a variety of tasks such as scanning inventory, filling customer orders, programming devices and packing orders.

Additionally, they will:

  • Count each item to ensure the actual number of items matches the number of items ordered from the supplier(s)
  • Inspect the cell phone inventory to see if any items have been damaged
  • Add SKU’s to warehouse management software in order to keep track of the location, counts and number of sales of each of your items
  • Apply SKU or bar code labels if they do not already have them

Basic Requirements:

  • Motived with a strong work ethic
  • Detail and goal-oriented
  • Team player
  • Able to work and think outside the box; not afraid to voice ideas
  • Able to understand and follow through with Inventory Storage, Order Processing, Shipping, Processing Returns

Intern Program Requirements:

  • Currently pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Business & Commerce—Transportation & Logistics or related area
  • Be in academic good standing with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must have completed at least 15 hours of college-level course work with at least two courses in your major

How to apply: Please complete the Intern Application at http://www.southwest.tn.edu/career-services/internship-students-off-campus.htm.

19-75: News Production Assistant (Deadline: May 27, 2019)

Details: WATN/WLMT, the ABC/CW affiliate in Memphis, Tennessee is seeking a Studio Camera Operator/Video Editor. Duties will include operating studio camera in a high-pressure live news environment and be able to work under the directions of the Director to compose and frame shots, applying the technical aspects of light, lenses and camera settings to achieve the effects sought.

Experience: Operating studio teleprompter system, maintaining a clean and operational studio, including maintaining lighting, cameras, and sets. Must be able to perform other responsibilities as assigned. This position also requires coordinating with the audio engineer to maintain microphone and headset systems, maintain a clean and operational studio, and be able to pull and distribute scripts to necessary news staff. This position will also include editing video. This position requires the ability to read and understand editing instructions as well as uploading and downloading preferred.

Requirements: The Camera Operator/Video Editor must be able to stand, sit, reach, climb, and must be able to lift, set up and operate equipment weighing up to 50 pounds. This position will require some flexibility including weekends and the ability to be on call for special news events. 6 months to 1-year production experience preferred.

How to apply: Please visit https://broadcastcareers-nexstar.icims.com/jobs/4709/assistant%2c-news-production/job to complete an application.

19-74: Chef/Kitchen & Dining Room Manager

Specifics: Part-time position requiring 20 hours per week; 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm during school year, 9:00 -2:00 during summer months

Brief Job Description: (1) Prepare meal plans for all JIFF events (2) Prepare daily meals governed by the American Culinary Arts Federation and Serve Safe Food handlers (3) Maintain proper inventory of food needs and supplies for the culinary program, and (4) Manage the Kitchen facilities and equipment to include cleaning the entire area as needed

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Production of daily meals for all participating youth and Case Managers, approx. daily
  • Maintain a proper meal count at all times to be turned in to bookkeeping by 5th of month
  • Preparation of meal plans monthly
  • Requisition of supplies, including food, cleaning supplies, paper products, etc. as well as supervise intake of inventory to assure accuracy and proper temperature control of inventory.
  • Maintain clean, organized and well-equipped Pantry Storage
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers
  • Supervise trainees through on-the-job training, demonstrating professional culinary techniques and methods as well as projecting a professional attitude and manner at all times.
  • Work with trainees, utility staff and volunteers to maintain clean, safe and organized work environment.
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by his/her supervisor

Education, Certifications, and Work-Related Experience:

  • Diploma in Culinary Arts preferred or related field from regionally or nationally accredited culinary school or technical or community college.
  • Experience working in commercial kitchen preferred (references will be checked)

Technical Competencies and Skills:

  • Have excellent organizational skills and be extremely detail-oriented.
  • Works independently with little direct supervision.
  • Works as part of a team.
  • Accepts responsibility and is self-motivated.
  • Demonstrates strong work ethic to achieve goals.
  • Displays effective multi-tasking and time management skills.

Physical Requirements: Performs concentrated efforts of sweeping, mopping, wiping, scrubbing and washing to ensure sanitation measures of facilities, dishes and equipment. (May utilize assistant and/or volunteers when available.)

Applying Instructions: Please email to receive comprehensive job description to Shelia@JIFFyouth.org

19-72: Accounting Positions

Wesley Living, a non-profit, faith based organization serving seniors is looking solid individuals with the heart to serve in full-time or part-time Accounting Positions.

Primary Location: This position will be working at the Corporate Office in Cordova, TN.

Job Requirements: High School Diploma/GED and computer proficiency.

Benefits*: Multiple insurance offerings, retirement plan, medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts, Paid Time Off (PTO), paid holidays and holiday PTO, various leave programs, educational assistance, and employee assistance program.

Application Requirements: Completed Application

Starting Wage: This position will begin at the Company’s minimum of $11 per hour and may be adjusted for applicable experience.

Benefit eligibility differs based on full or part-time status.

Position description: Wesley Living is in its 50th year of serving seniors throughout the Mid-South primarily as a property management company that focuses on the delivery of care and services through affordable housing, assisted living, and non-medical home care. Wesley Living also provides development and consulting services with over 150 employees. You can find out more about us by visiting http://www.wesleyliving.com.

We are recruiting for individuals looking for an entry into an organization to develop skills in the accounting field. The position will require the individual to be proficient in using computers, detailed oriented, dependable, and has a desire to learn and grow.

The individual should also:

  • Have the ability to prioritize and meet deadlines while maintaining a positive attitude.
  • Have the ability to multi-task and change tasks while working on 30+ organizations.
  • Ability to clearly communicate, orally and in writing, in English.
  • Must be courteous at all times and maintain confidentiality with regard to information.
  • Respond promptly to customer needs.
  • The primary tasks of the position will include working on cash receipts, payroll, accounts payable, and other data entry.

All positions are subject to background and reference checks as well as a drug screen. EOE

Applying Instructions: To apply please submit resume to human_resources@wesleyliving.com OR apply HERE and submit the completed job application to the email address listed above.

19-71: Concierge & Bellman

We are seeking the best hospitality professionals, achievers and leaders who are passionate, highly competitive and exceptional people.

How to apply: All applicants must apply online at http://schultehotels.com/shg_aboutus_careers.php

19-70: PAID INTERN - IT Technician

Description:

  • Depot services for PC’s and Lenovo laptops
  • Microsoft Imaging Technology
  • Server Hardware and Software
  • Database Software (if intern has database skills)

Requirements:

  • Customer Service
  • PC Software
  • PC Hardware (A+ Type Hardware Skills)
  • Server and database skills are a plus
  • Self-starter, integrity, good work ethics, & team player

Intern Program Requirements:

  • Currently pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Computer Information Technology, Computer Engineering Technology or related area
  • Be in academic good standing with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must have completed at least 15 hours of college-level course work with at least two courses in your major

How to apply: Please complete the Intern Application at http://www.southwest.tn.edu/career-services/internship-students-off-campus.htm

19-67: PAID INTERN - Campus Safety Technicians

Description: The student worker/intern will work under close supervision of the shift supervisors of the Police Services/Public Safety Department. They will patrol facilities or safeguard a post as instructed, serve as a general security presence and visible deterrent to crime; report suspicious activity and/or criminal acts which may be a threat to students, faculty/staff, and college property.

  • Patrol campus on foot
  • Issue traffic and warning citations
  • Assist with emergency drills

Qualifications:

  • Maintain a minimum 20-hour per week work schedule
  • Must be enrolled as a Southwest TN. Community College student
  • Must be in pursuit of an Associate Degree
  • Must have completed at least 12-credit hours of college-level course work
  • Must have and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must successfully pass a background check

Intern Program Requirements:

  • Currently pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice Studies or related area
  • Be in academic good standing with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must have completed at least 15 hours of college-level course work with at least two courses in your major

How to apply: Please complete the Intern Application at http://www.southwest.tn.edu/career-services/internship-students-off-campus.htm. Contact your Career Services office at (901) 333-4180 if you need more information.

19-66: Math Instructor

Job Summary: The ideal candidate will be a bright and ambitious professional with excellent interpersonal skills. Candidates will possess curriculum knowledge to provide effective and concise math instruction to students of all ages, while using the Mathnasium Method. Contribute to the creation of an engaging and productive learning environment. Participate in positive interactions with parents and establish a high level of confidence and program value. The Learning Center Instructor is also responsible for assisting in evaluating and tracking the progress of each student and to maintain and foster effective communication with the Center Manager and staff.

Required Skills/Qualifications

  • Experience working with children as a Teacher, Tutor or Mathematics Instructor preferred but not required
  • Pursuing a degree in math, education, or related field
  • Skilled in mathematics concepts from counting to Algebra 2
  • Excellent child management skills and ability to tutor in a small group setting
  • Ability to create a sense of comfort in parents and children
  • Be able to communicate clearly with staff, parents, and students
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Excellent leadership skills

Applying Instructions: Please submit a copy of your resume in your email and a short cover letter to Wolfchase@mathnasium.com. A member of our team will be in contact shortly with you afterwards.

19-65: Seasonal Picker/Packers

Job Summary: Indmar Products is seeking a motivated individual to assist the Shipping/Service Parts department during the upcoming busy season. This assignment will begin in April and go through the end of August. Candidates must be able to work Monday through Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm. This position will assist the shipping clerks in picking, packing and shipping various engine parts and components based on customer orders. This position will also be responsible for putting together various kits as needed. Parts are picked based on part numbers and quantities listed on an order sheet. The Picker must be able to read the order form and accurately select parts, ensuring the proper item and quantity is selected.

Requirements:

  • Required skills for this position include attention to detail, the ability to work in a fast pace environment, good communication skills and ability to follow instruction.
  • The ideal candidate will have previous shipping or warehouse experience.
  • Candidates should have their own reliable transportation and would be expected to be punctual and keep good attendance throughout the assignment.
  • A drug and background screening must be completed before hire.

Applying Instructions: Interested individuals may send a resume and cover letter to humanresources@indmar.com or an online application can be submitted on our website. Click the "apply now" button and make sure to complete all fields.

19-64: 2nd Shift General Warehouse Associate (Bartlett, TN)

Ensure excellent customer service by accurately processing orders within company guidelines.

Essential Functions:

  • Picking, packing and shipping orders.
  • Use RF equipment.
  • Great attention to detail.
  • Comply with safety regulations and maintain clean and orderly work area.
  • Read and interpret equipment manuals and work orders to perform required maintenance and service.
  • Work in a positive and productive manner with DC team members.
  • Ability to perform simple math functions.
  • Be able to have consistent low error margin along with speed and accuracy.
  • Maintains quality service by following organization standards.

Skills & Abilities:

  • Read, write and simple math
  • Able to lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Must be able to work independently with little supervision
  • In addition, must be able to work in a timely and accurate manner, where production and accuracy count

Pay Rate: $12/hour

Schedule: Monday through Friday, 4pm to close (close ranges from 9:30pm to 11pm), with an occasional rotating Saturday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Climate-Controlled Environment.

How to apply: Upload your resume and complete an online application at https://recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/List/3696

19-63: Waiters/Waitresses; Grill Operators; Hosts/Hostesses (Memphis, Arkansas & N. MS)

Looking for more than just a job? Discover Waffle House!

Opportunities Available:

  • Waiters/Waitresses
  • Grill Operators
  • Hosts/Hostesses

We offer:

  • Excellent earning potential
  • Pay increases based on longevity
  • Two weeks paid vacation every year
  • Insurance program – medical/dental/life & family coverage
  • Flexible full and part-time schedules

No experience required – We will train you!

How to apply: Apply in person, if you have a friendly attitude, a great smile and enjoy working with people….see the Manager at any of the following Stores:

Memphis:

  • 8135 Varnavas Rd., Cordova, TN
  • 3640 Canada Rd., Lakeland, TN
  • 2931 Germantown Rd., Bartlett, TN
  • 1249 Germantown Rd. S., Germantown, TN
  • 5255 Summer Avenue, Memphis, TN
  • 1550 Sycamore View, Memphis, TN
  • 4314 American Way, Memphis, TN
  • 9780 Hwy. 64, Lakeland, TN
  • 7125 Winchester Rd., Memphis, TN

Arkansas:

  • 2309 E. Service Rd., West Memphis, AR

North Mississippi:

  • 865 Goodman Rd., Horn Lake, MS
  • 8939 Hamilton Rd., Southaven, MS
  • 406 Church Rd., Southaven, MS
  • 7035 Enterprise Dr., Olive Branch, MS
  • 7025 Goodman Dr., Horn Lake, MS
  • 7440 Hacks Cross Rd., Olive Branch, MS

19-62: Mover

Job Summary:

  • We are looking for dependable and respectful movers.
  • Job will include loading and unloading furniture, boxes, and appliances.
  • Lots of potential for moving up through further training for driving, packing, and crew leading.

Can be part time or full time dependent on your desire.

Requirements:

  • My Town Movers is searching for respectful and trustworthy professional movers.
  • Driving and loading experience preferred.
  • Clean background and be able to pass a drug test required.

Applying Instructions: You can apply through https://www.indeed.com/MyTownMovers, by emailing preston@mytownmovers.com, or calling in to the office at (901) 896-8696.

19-61: Child Care Provider

Job Summary: Provide loving, nurturing, and developmentally appropriate care for young children in a child care setting. Maintain a healthy and safe environment, as well as develop meaningful and trusting relationships with children and families.

Requirements: Patience, a love for children, and a desire to provide quality care as well as being dependable, flexible, and a team player required. Knowledge of child development and experience with young children helpful.

Applying Instructions: Send current resume via email to childrenfirstccc@aol.com

19-60: Audio Visual Tech

This is a part-time contract position. When we get extremely busy, we need additional help from contracted employees. The AV Tech will set-up and break down equipment such as speakers, projectors, screens, monitors, large TV's, microphones, mixers, etc. He or she will also meet and greet clients demonstrating how to use the basic equipment. Most but not all of the work is in the evening during the workweek at various meeting venues around town.

Pay Rate: $13.00 - $25.00 per hour commensurate with experience.

Requirements:

  • Previous technical/AV experience or training is a plus.
  • A professional appearance is required.
  • The successful candidate must ALWAYS be prompt as it is critical to the job.
  • He or she must have their own transportation.

Applying Instructions: Interested candidates please email your resume to Gary Bellanti at gbellanti@ortmemphis.com

19-57: Environmental Technician

Job Duties:

  • Work with site engineers and operators to draft/update standard operating procedures and required plans in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations such RCRA Contingency plan, SPCC/SWPP Plan, RMP, etc.
  • Help develop tracking system for reporting
  • Develop recordkeeping system/indexing for environmental records past and future.
  • Gather, compile, and evaluate data from databases and operations personnel in support of air emission calculations
  • Knowledge of RCRA to support on-going waste activities such as conducting inspections, tracking and scheduling shipments, etc.
  • Conduct inspections and tasks such as universal waste, quarterly storm water inspections, etc.
  • Work with site personnel to develop templates that generate reports in Access database (desired)

Minimum Requirements:

  • Knowledge of environmental regulations and requirements
  • Must be able to evaluate data regarding air emissions
  • High School Diploma

How to apply: Email resume to anbo978@kellyservices.com

19-56: Technical Support - Level 1

This part-time person will be responsible for complete technical support at our office, including assisting high speed, email and website hosting clients. You must have the ability to troubleshoot internet and computer problems in a timely manner as they arise, to a diverse group of clients and staff. Good people skills are a must, and you will be expected to work as a team to assist each other in solving difficult technical problems. The hours are Saturday and Sunday, 10am -- 10pm each day.

Requirements:

  • Expertise in common software packages including Microsoft Word and Excel; knowledge of common Internet applications including FTP, mail readers and WWW browsers
  • Ability and motivation to learn new technologies quickly and with minimal support and guidance
  • Passion for your work and the mission of the company
  • A strong customer service mentality, results oriented, and a positive attitude

Applying Instructions: Email resume only to resumes@worldspice.net

19-55: Lifeguard Seasonal

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. We have three different types of facilities—Intensive Residential Centers, Open Campuses, and Group Homes. Located in Tennessee and Georgia, all of these facilities utilize the Re-Education of Emotionally Disturbed Children therapy model (Re-Ed).

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for all aspects of swimming pool including safety of residents and up keep of facilities.
  • Provides structured water classes (swimming lessons, games) for all residents.
  • Maintains certifications and training's to remain compliant (CPR, CPI, Cert Lifeguard Training)
  • Provides coverage for all swimmers.
  • Keeps pool clean, vacuumed, chemicals accurate, and makes necessary repairs.
  • Assesses new residents for swimming levels.
  • Teaches lifesaving techniques to upper level swimmers.
  • Coordinates pool schedule for weekdays and weekends with cottage staff.
  • May assist with other water sports (ie: canoeing) if applicable to campus.

**$15/hour Seasonal**

Education Requirements:

  • High School Diploma
  • Certification & Licensures Requirements
  • Basic Lifeguard Training
  • CPR
  • First Aid
  • Experience working with at risk youth is preferred
  • Water Safety Instruction preferred

How to apply: Complete an online application at http://careers-youthvillages.icims.com/jobs/3461/lifeguard---summer-%28seasonal%29/job

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