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Service Representative - April 16, 2014

Title: Service Representative


Posting Date: April 16, 2014


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Description: The Selmer, TN Social Security office will be hiring for the position of Service Representative in the coming weeks. Please have anyone interested submit their resume to me at Eddie.Meacham@ssa.gov. We are looking for recent graduates in the last two years with an associates, bachelors, or master’s degree. A brief description of the Social Security Administration and the position is shown below. Please contact me via email or at the number shown below if you need additional information. Social Security delivers a broad range of services online at socialsecurity.gov and through a nationwide network of over 1,400 offices that include regional offices, field offices, card centers, teleservice centers, processing centers, hearing offices, the Appeals Council, and our State and territorial partners, the Disability Determination Services. We also have a presence in U.S. embassies around the globe. For the public, we are the face of the government. The rich diversity of our employees mirrors the public we serve, and we have a proud history of protecting the integrity of our programs and service to the public. Service Representatives assist the public by answering a wide variety of questions, conducting interviews, investigating situations, and resolving issues. These employees make determinations that affect a claimant’s ongoing eligibility for Social Security benefits and analyze claimants’ benefit payment histories. The salary ranges from $31,628 - $56,406 and includes benefits.


Bilingual Human Resources Generalist - April 15, 2014

Title: Bilingual Human Resources Generalist


Posting Date: April 15, 2014


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Description: BILINGUAL HUMAN RESOURCES GENERALIST Pictsweet, a leader in the frozen vegetable industry, is seeking candidates for a Bilingual Human Resources position located in Bells, TN. Position is responsible for managing the company’s attendance program, leave of absences, and unemployment claims. This position is also responsible for translating materials from English to Spanish and communicating with our Spanish speaking employees. This person must be bilingual (English and Spanish). Must have written and oral communication skills in both languages. Position requires good computer skills. BS degreed is required. The Company offers a full benefit package with no waiting period for medical, STD, LTD, life, and 401k. Qualified candidates should submit a resume to: The Pictsweet Company 10 Pictsweet Drive Bells, TN 38006 Attn: Human Resources Manager Fax 731-663-7639 Email Hr-bellsplant@pictsweet.com www.pictsweet.com EOE


Sales - April 3, 2014

Title: Sales


Posting Date: April 3, 2014


Keywords: Any major


Description: Automotive Sales We are expanding our Automotive Sales team Taylor Automotive in Martin, TN. This department is very fast paced and requires high energy. Automotive Salespeople are the essential link between one of the finest automobiles, the dealership, and the customer. We are looking for a dependable, friendly, patient, enthusiastic, self-motivated team player with outstanding communication skills, a positive attitude and an excellent work ethic. The Automotive Sales position is a great opportunity for people looking for an exciting career in the automotive industry. The Automotive Sales position is a position with and outstanding compensation package. Job Requirements • Must possess strong people skills • We provide training and there is no prior sales experience required • Must be flexible to work on Saturdays and must achieve performance goals • Prior Work History that shows strong work ethic • Professional Appearance and Communication skills • The drive to earn top pay for top performance • A positive attitude • Desire to learn and grow with a strong automotive competitor • Strong Computer skills and Application skills Benefits • Great Benefits including paid vacations • 401k match • On site training • Full product line training • $30,000 per year salary plus performance bonuses What Sets Us Apart From Our Automotive Competitors Taylor Automotive offers a competitive SALARY plus performance bonuses. We are not a commission based company that only pays an employee when he or she sales a vehicle. We do not give a sales person a draw against a hope to be earned commission and if no commission is earned you go into the hole or owe the dealership money! We offer a competitive salary that gives the person an honest chance to support their family. We also offer PAID holidays, Health/Dental and vision insurance, and matching 401k plans! Please apply in person Monday thru Friday 9 am to 5 pm or send a resume to camieltaylor@gmail.com Taylor Automotive Union City Ford 11989 Hwy 22 2022 W. Reelfoot Ave Martin, TN 38237 Union City, Tn 38261


Summer Camp Counselor - February 20, 2014

Title: Summer Camp Counselor


Posting Date: February 20, 2014


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Description: Respite, Day and Resident Camp Counselor Easter Seals Tennessee Camp has been providing recreation and camping services for people with disabilities since 1959. A camp counselor must want to make a difference in a camper’s life. Hard working, talented, enthusiastic, positive attitude, patience, understanding, high ideals, maturity and good judgment are some of the characteristics we find most important in a successful camp counselor. Details- Camp Office Address: 3011 Armory Drive, Suite 100 Located in: Nashville, TN 37204 Department: Easter Seals Tennessee Camp Function: Camp Counselor is the primary caregiver for each camper. Job Type: Part-Time Employee Hours: Respite Weekend – Friday-Sunday once a month. Day Camp is Monday – Friday, Resident Camp is Sunday – Friday. Positions Available: 20 Contact Gay Bruner, Director of Camp and Respite, 615-292-6640 ext 13 or email gbruner@eastersealstn.com Description The Camp Counselor is responsible for the direction, supervision and organization of campers in their group. Maintain high standards of health and safety in all activities for campers and staff. Be a role model to campers and staff in attitude and behavior. Assist in activities of daily living, such as toileting, bathing, ambulating, transfers, feeding and dressing. Qualifications: • Must be 18 years of age. • Must be able to obtain or become CPR/First Aid certification. • Desire to work with children and adults with disabilities. • Previous camping experience is a plus but not required. • Experience in providing care for individuals with mild to profound disabilities or an interest in gaining this type of experience. Camp Location: All Respite Weekends, Day and Overnight Camp Sessions are held at YMCA Camp Widjiwagan, 3088 Smith Springs Road, Antioch, TN 37013. Requirements: The Camp Counselor is required to be on site 24 hours a day during Respite Weekends and Resident Camp Sessions. During Day Camp the Counselor is required to work from approximately 7:30am – 5:00pm. Gay Bruner Easter Seals Tennessee Director Of Camp and Respite 3011 Armory Drive, Ste. 100 Nashville, TN 37204 Phone 615-292-6640 ext. 13 Fax 615-251-0994 Cell 615-418-8734 http://www.eastersealstn.com Like us on Facebook https://twitter.com/EasterSealsTN


Financial Representative - February 19, 2014

Title: Financial Representative


Posting Date: February 19, 2014


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Description: Modern Woodmen of America is seeking Financial Representatives who are self-motivated, competitive, and natural networkers. Entry level and experienced candidates are encouraged to apply. As a Financial Rep for Modern Woodmen of America you would help individuals and families plan for a secure future while also contributing to your community. A career as a Financial Representative with Modern Woodmen offers: INCOME: **Average first year income of a successful Modern Woodmen of America Financial Rep is $61,153** Enjoy lucrative compensation, performance incentives and bonuses, and comprehensive benefits including Medical and Dental Insurance, 401(k) retirement planning with Society match. TRAINING No previous experience required. Training and guidance from your Regional Director, Managing Partner, and Home Office staff can help you reach your full potential. IMAPACT Be a leader. Make a difference in your community and help individuals, families, and businesses plan for their financial futures. Help secure members’ finances through all stages and improve their quality of life with fraternal benefits and activities. INDEPENDENCE: Control your own livelihood. By following our proven systems, you can build a business that provides long-term financial security. Responsibilities of Financial Representatives • Provide information about Modern Woodmen of America financial services • Networking throughout your community • Participating in volunteer activities and member involvement programs • Asking for referrals • Personal observation, Prospecting • Continuing professional education Requirements of Financial Representatives • Honest and has integrity • Leadership skills • Success driven, results focused • Can overcome adversity • Wants to grow themselves by helping others • Shows a volunteer spirit • Looking for continuous self improvement • Enjoys building long-term relationships About Modern Woodmen of America Modern Woodmen of America is owned by and operating for our growing membership of more than 759,000 individuals. We were founded in 1883 to care for widows and orphans and while many things have changed over the years our strong values and unique culture remain the same. Today we continue to help serve the financial security needs of our members and their families as one of America’s leading fraternal financial services providers through life insurance, annuity, investment* and banking products. As a fraternal, we offer financial security with a plus. • Fraternal benefits for members**, such as college scholarship opportunities, orphan benefits, prescription drug discounts and financial assistance in times of need. • Social, educational and volunteer opportunities for members and children. • Community support through member sponsored-fundraisers and volunteer opportunities. That’s a difference you can be proud to share! For more information please visit: www.modern-woodmen.org or www.mwacareers.org * Securities offered through MWA Financial Services Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Modern Woodmen of America. Member: FINRA,SIPC **Subject to change, fraternal benefits are not a part of the contract and may have specific eligibility requirements.


Marketing - February 18, 2014

Title: Marketing


Posting Date: February 18, 2014


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Description: . Together with our publisher, SRI, Inc., we are revolutionizing the concept of School-based and Collegiate Sports Marketing in the United States. We are the originators of Sports Marketing on a nationwide basis. We currently operate in 41 of the 50 States – and still growing! We’ve been in business for over 36 years due to the philosophy in which we do business; honesty, ethics, customer service and our belief that Student Athletics and Drug & Alcohol Prevention are critical at the scholastic level. We do this in a way where the schools, communities, students & our firm all win! We achieve this by forming long-term relationships with sponsors that share our dedication to the community and want to "give back". We service a diverse clientele including sponsors at the Corporate and National level, as well as our regional and local merchant sponsors. Ultimately, they are all integral parts of the success of our products and company. Right now, across our Country, students are developing buying habits that they will continue and expand on for the rest of their life. National studies have proved that these same High School students are extremely Brand loyal. We have created a product line that encompasses a unique blend of family education & entertainment, client service and tangible results which culminate in loyal relationships between every sponsor, fan and family our products reach. Please visit our website to see more products and services. Thanks! Very truly yours, Steve Goldstein Director of NE Region TCB, Inc. 1-800-424-8900 ext. 215 sgoldstein@campustcb.com web site : www.campustcb.com


Victim Advocate West Tenn. Legal Services - February 10, 2014

Title: Victim Advocate West Tenn. Legal Services


Posting Date: February 10, 2014


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Description: Title: Victim Advocate Department: Victim Assistance and Advocacy Project Reports to: Roger Wright, Project Manager FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Prepared by: Sylvia Scott, Roger Wright Prepared Date: 12/30/2013 Approved By: J. Steven Xanthopoulos Approved Date: 2/6/2014 Supervises: No supervisory duties Download Application: Application Available Format: SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Project Manager, provides criminal justice advocacy and comprehensive assistance to clients in accordance with the policies of Tennessee Office of Criminal Justice Programs, WTLS program guidelines and priorities, and the Code of Professional Responsibility. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The essential functions of this position include, but are not limited to the following tasks: 1. As assigned and supervised by the Project Manager, and, after an appropriate period of training and orientation, a Victim Advocate will provide various direct services, as defined by the VOCA section of the OCJP Administrative manual, to clients who are victims of violent crime. These direct services include: a. Crisis intervention, in a law office context, consistent with legal based services; b. Information and referral in person; c. Assistance in filing Criminal Injuries Compensation Claims; d. Information and Referral by telephone contact; e. Follow-up contact; f. Criminal Justice Support and Advocacy, including asserting and preserving Victim Constitutional Rights; g. Assist advisory attorney, if necessary in providing Emergency Legal Advocacy; h. Personal Advocacy to secure other rights, benefits and services for clients; i. Other direct services to victims, as directed by the Project Manager, and consistent with West Tennessee Legal Services guidelines and OCJP guidelines. 2. Victim Advocates, consistent with their level of education, skill, training and experience, will maintain, manage and be responsible for an individual case load, to be reviewed and supervised by the Project Manager. Such responsibilities may include but are not limited to: a. Conducting interviews and intake of clients in-office or elsewhere, as necessary and appropriate; b. Identifying and assessing the need for emergency activities; identifying risk factors and safety needs for clients; identifying issues of victimization and possible remedies; c. Providing the client with clear and accurate information on victim rights, the criminal justice system, and criminal injuries compensation and other benefits, including any deadlines; d. Timely review of the case information with the Project Manager; implementation of Project Manager instructions, and timely follow-up with the Project Manager; e. Appearing at Court proceedings on behalf of clients, prepared to act and or speak on their behalf, when requested, in a competent, professional manner; f. Prepare, and submit, with client assistance, comprehensive Criminal Injuries Compensation Claims for the client, until the conclusion of such claims; g. Prepare and submit, with client assistance and approval, competent, professionally prepared Victim Impact Statements for use in the Criminal Justice System; h. Prepare accurate letters, memos, and other written materials related to assigned cases or other matters as directed by the Project Manager. 3. Victim Advocates will maintain accurate, contemporaneous time records of the services provided to clients and other daily activities of the Victim Advocate. 4. Victim Advocates will attend such training as assigned by the Project Manager, consistent with West Tennessee Legal Services policies and procedures, and OCJP guidelines, in an effort to maintain and advance competency in victim-related issues. 5. As directed by the Project Manager, when requested by other appropriate institutions or agencies, advocates may be expected to act as presenters in curricula or training for allied professionals, consistent with OCJP and allowable VOCA activity policies. 6. Advocates will assist the Project Manager in data collection and compilation of other information for the purpose of completing such reports as required by OCJP and West Tennessee Legal Services. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 1. At least two years of post- secondary education, or at least one year of post- secondary education and a combination of relevant work experience and training; 2. Background check (including references) that is complete and free of concerns; 3. Valid driver’s license and stated ability to travel within the service area to provide client services and to perform job duties: stated ability attend training events outside the service area for the purpose of professional enhancement or other duties as assigned by the Project Manager; 4. Stated ability to work with all potential client populations; 5. Demonstrated acceptable written and oral communication ability; 6. Familiarity with computer use and familiarity with Windows and MS Word. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: The physical requirements of this position include the ability to: Frequently sit Frequently stand Frequently walk short distances in an office, agency or courtroom. Frequently use hands to finger, handle, or feel, and use small objects such as pens, tablets, small office supplies, typing on computer Frequently reach with hands and arms to move small objects Climb or balance (stairs) depending on the setting for work activity Hear, Speak, See adequately Frequently lift up to 10 pounds or less Ability to drive a car to and from work sites, independently TRAVEL, WORK HOURS, SUPERVISION: 1. Travel: This position routinely requires local travel, which requires a valid State of Tennessee driver’s license. It also requires travel across the State of Tennessee on a limited basis. 2. Work Hours: This position’s typical work hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m., except for holidays. A 1 hour lunch break must be taken sometime between the hours of 11:30-2:00 every day. Work hours must be accurate and reported on a time sheet contemporaneously. 3. Supervision: A flex-time system for work hours may be used between the hours of 7:30-9:30 and 4:00-6:00, if granted, in writing by your supervisor. Your supervisor will consider the needs of the office and the preference of more senior employees before approving flex-time. COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: 1. Compensation: This position is a full-time position and compensation is made according to WTLS’ current Wage Administration Plan for paralegals. 2. Benefits: Full-time benefits include the ability to participate in WTLS’ health insurance plan, dental plan, LTD, Life Insurance, paid Annual Leave (based on years of experience), paid Sick Leave (12 days per year), and all paid Holidays (11). SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: A. Language Skills Below are the levels of language skills (ability to read, write and speak) needed to successfully accomplish the essential duties of this job: 1. Ability to read and comprehend both simple and complex instructions, correspondence, and memos. Ability to write simple or complex correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations in various work-related venues, and to clients, and other employees of WTLS. 2. Ability to read, understand and apply information from a variety of documents such as legal documents, instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to read, understand and interpret statutes, administrative regulations, medical and law enforcement documents. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of clients, community organizations/partners, and employees of WTLS. B. Computer Skills: Level of computer skills needed to accomplish the essential duties of the job, include but are not limited to: Computer software required such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Windows based spreadsheets/word processing, Adobe Professional, ability to use company software packages, such as PIKA. C. Reasoning Ability 1. Ability to apply principles of logical thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems; Deal daily with a variety of abstract and concrete variables; 2. Ability to define problems, recognize victim issues and remedies, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to effectively understand when to include the Project Manager and/or the Advisory Attorney. 3. Ability to interact with a wide variety of individuals from diverse backgrounds; 4. Ability to work with and manage sensitive information in a confidential manner; 5. Ability to organize workload to efficiently prioritize actions, meet multiple demands and deadlines; 6. Ability to interact with individuals, the public and the press during difficult and stressful situations; 7. Ability to perform a variety of duties, often changing from one task to another of a different nature without loss of efficiency or composure. General Discussion Consistent with West Tennessee Legal Services Policies and Procedures and the OCJP Administrative Manual, candidates for the Victim Advocate positions in the Victim Assistance and Advocacy Project will be selected by Hiring Committee, chaired by the Project Manager of the Project, and staffed by various WTLS staff members, including paid staff of the Victim Assistance and Advocacy Project. This process will be used to ensure that West Tennessee Legal Services and Project standards, such as attorney -client privilege, confidentiality, client sensitivity and professionalism are demonstrated and preserved by prospective Victim Advocates. Victim Advocates will be directly supervised by the Project Manager, and will be immediately accountable to the Project Manager in the performance of job duties. From time to time, at the instruction of the Project Manager, Victim Advocates may also be directed by the Advisory Attorney, or the Executive Director, who is an attorney, in such job duties as are necessary for the function of fulfilling a legal duty to clients in Court matters involving Victims’ Constitutional Rights and in the matters of the pursuit of various benefits and services that may be available to clients in the course of case management and provision of direct services by the Victim Advocate. Victim Advocate Staff files will be documented consistent with the policies and procedures of West Tennessee Legal Services and OCJP guidelines. Victim Advocates of the Victim Assistance and Advocacy Project are non-exempt employees, subject to state and federal wage and hour laws. [Top] Send mail to . Copyright © 2003 West Tennessee Legal Services, Inc. Last modified: February 06, 2013


Research Analyst - January 27, 2014

Title: Research Analyst


Posting Date: January 27, 2014


Keywords: Ag. Business


Description: RESEARCH ANALYST (2) Two (2) positions available. One (1) to be filled now; an additional position to be filled effective April 1. Salary in mid-40’s Due to expanding business, a small 10-year old, Memphis based agri-business marketing/ consulting company seeks to fill 2 positions with confident, computer savvy, risk-takers with an agricultural background. Primary duties: Discuss, research, analyze, document and respond to requests from business development and project managers. Requirements: Recent or soon to graduate with degree in business, marketing, communications, agriculture, or finance. Prefer someone with agri-business background. Need intermediate to advanced experience with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Demonstrated solid written and oral communication skills. Open to limited travel. This position may lead to Project Manager position. Position located in Memphis, TN. Assistance with medical benefit costs. Up to 24 PTO days per year. Must successfully pass drug screen, criminal background check, and credit check. Send resume to recruit@rhcmemphis.com


Accounting - January 23, 2014

Title: Accounting


Posting Date: January 23, 2014


Keywords: Business,Managment, Accounting


Description: Mechanical Contracting Company seeks qualified applicant with knowledge of accounts payable, purchasing, inventory receipts, subcontracts, purchase orders, payment processing, and sales/use tax reporting, in an accounting information system utilizing the paperless office. When primary responsibilities are fulfilled, this position has additional avenues of business activities in assisting with our service calls, work orders, purchasing, billing, and processing credit card payments. Experience in software programs such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Adobe, and document imaging is beneficial. The qualified applicant for this position would hold a degree in Accounting, Business, or Information Systems. Mechanical Contracting Company seeks qualified applicant with knowledge of payroll, 941 weekly & quarterly reporting, EFTPS, 940 quarterly reporting, TN unemployment reporting, Section 125, W2, W3 processing, in an accounting information system utilizing the paperless office. Other job skills pertaining to this job are related to contract management, AIA billing, accounts receivable, & collections. When primary responsibilities are fulfilled, this position has additional avenues of business activities in assisting with our service calls, work orders, purchasing, billing, and processing credit card payments. Experience in software programs such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Adobe, and document imaging is beneficial. The qualified applicant for this position would hold a degree in Accounting, Business, or Information Systems. Interested parties should mail a resume to Ellis Heating Company, Inc. Attn: Accounting Position, PO BOX 1148, Paris, TN 38242, or e-mail accounting@ellisheatingcompany.com


Reporting Solutions consultant - January 22, 2014

Title: Reporting Solutions consultant


Posting Date: January 22, 2014


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Description: Reporting Solutions Consultant I-1302436 Description General Summary The Reporting Solutions Consultant is responsible for preliminary report and database design and development to support business reporting needs. This position provides leadership in areas of specific technical knowledge with significant experience in a single complex development environment or across multiple platforms. The Reporting Solutions Consultant will strategically partner with others in the organization to deliver strategies and business functionality related to integrated report delivery and enhancements. This position demonstrates a proficient level of understanding and application of general systems concepts and their integration with business problem resolution and provides technical team leadership for the design and development roles. Job Duties & Responsibilities • Define requirements, analyze, design, enhance, and develop reporting methods to efficiently and effectively fulfill corporate initiatives and planning/development objectives • Assist in determining data requirements and Metadata definitions in the data warehouse environment • Effectively administer reporting solutions in a rapid application development environment ensuring short term proof of concepts meet long term objectives • Proficient on one or more development environments or programming languages • Liaison with multiple business stakeholders and information systems partners involving complex problem solving is a significant element of work • Maintain technical skill sets across a broad range of software languages, databases and platforms that will be used in the development and production of analyses and reporting solutions. • Provides significant input to establishment of reporting protocols, tools, and systems development and enhancement • Documents and coordinates complex, cross functional analytic and reporting solution test plans • Accountable for effectiveness, quality, and timeliness of project analysis and programming decisions and ease of implementation • Participate in vendor evaluation and selection processes • Assist with the architectural design of in-house developed reporting databases Qualifications Education • BA or BS in a business related field or equivalent work experience required Experience • At least 3 years reporting development and programming experience in a health insurance, healthcare, or clinical environment required; 5 years preferred • In-depth knowledge of systems development life cycle and/or operational maintenance environment. • 3 - 5 years experience with SAS, SQL, or comparable programming language strongly preferred. Skills/Certifications • Must have proven analytical, design, and coding skills and have demonstrated success in leading small to medium size projects. • Above average oral and written communication skills, including basic facilitation/presentation skills are required • Highly proficient with Microsoft products. Job Information Systems Primary Location TN-Chattanooga Organization BlueCross BlueShield of TN To Apply, please visit our http://www.bcbst.com/about/careers/ Thanks, Kim Nash-Lawley Kim Nash-Lawley, Talent Acquisition Consultant 1 Cameron Hill Circle, Chattanooga, TN 37402 Office: 423.535.3787 Cell: 423.463.6706 Fax: 423.591.9268


Account Manager - January 21, 2014

Title: Account Manager


Posting Date: January 21, 2014


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Description: PAYMENT GATEWAY ONLINE INVOICING ONLINE REGISTRATION WORKING CAPITAL MOBILE PAYMENTS RETAIL PAYMENTSAccount Manager Now hiring in: Atlanta, LaGrange, Baton Rouge, Birmingham, Charleston, Charlotte, Cleveland, Dallas, Fayetteville, Joplin, Nashville, Raleigh, Tampa -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- About our company Payscape Advisors is the leading financial technology company dedicated to making it simple for business owners to collect money. We’re a team of inspired entrepreneur’s intent on disrupting the commoditized payment landscape with cutting-edge products, best-in-class customer service, and a lifelong devotion to helping businesses increase cash flow. With more than 150 employees located in ten offices throughout the U.S., Payscape recognizes that success is dependent on employee satisfaction and prides itself on cultivating a work environment that supports creative collaboration and rewarding work experiences. Payscape Advisors provides merchants with: •Credit card processing •Customizable gift and loyalty card programs •Cash Advances •Internet payment gateways •Equipment leasing •ATM machines •Registration and management software Responsibilities As an Account Manager with Payscape Advisors, you will identify customer needs in terms of merchant services, social media and mobile marketing and suggest Payscape Advisors solutions that best meet their business needs. You will also conduct periodic customer service and quality assurance visits with your clients to maintain strong working relationships and grow your book of business. Duties include but are not limited to the following: •Ability to generate new prospects via networking and referrals •Regular meetings with assigned bank partners to enhance product awareness and generate creative ideas to increase the frequency and quality of bank partner referrals •Ensure accurate, timely, and professional responses to all referrals and other merchant or bank partner inquiries •Develop and deliver concise and effective presentations to bank partners and prospective merchants •Appropriately pricing products and services •Provide field support to existing merchant customers •Participate in new product and sales skills training •Consistently meeting or exceeding assigned revenue target Compensation and benefits •Group Health insurance plan with employer contribution, group cell phone discount, monthly cell phone contribution, 401k program, advancement potential, and more •Comprehensive, in-person training program at our Corporate Office in Atlanta •Payscape University- 30 day extensive training program •Energetic work environment with goal-oriented sales professionals •Projected Earnings of Account Managers: Year 1- $35-65, Year 2- $65-100K, Year 3- $150K If interested submit your resume to 729 Lambert Dr Atlanta, GA 30324 additional information can be found at info.@payscape.com or http://payscape.com/careers/account-manager.php 1-888-351-6565


Jr. Linus System Administrator - January 17, 2014

Title: Jr. Linus System Administrator


Posting Date: January 17, 2014


Keywords: Computer Science


Description: Synchron Technology has an immediate need for a Jr. Linux System Administrator in Memphis, TN for a contract to hire/permanent position. This position will be responsible for configuring, deploying and maintaining RedHat Linux Systems utilizing Blade Technologies. The rate for this position is DOE. Please send resumes in Word format to cfisher@synchrontechnology.com Additional Responsibilities Include: • Configure, deploy, and maintain RedHat Linux systems, preferably using blade technologies • Configure, deploy, test and troubleshoot servers in an Enterprise environment • Address user requests via ticketing system • Highly motivated team player with an ability to lead • Creation of team process/procedural documentation Position Requirements: • 2-3 years experience • Web logic deployment experience is plus • Strong Linux Systems Administration • Participation in on-call rotation • Minimal/Occasional travel Experience should include some of the following: • General Scripting: Shell and Perl • Understanding of Network Architecture with working knowledge of DNS, DHCP, and NIS • Understanding of SAN with a working knowledge of server-side storage management • Understanding of automated system builds with DHCP/PXE/Kickstart/NIM Good understanding of backup and recovery processes and methods Thank you so much Candy! Please let me know if you have any questions. Caleb Fisher Synchron Technology 5050 Poplar Ave. Suite 2417 Memphis, TN. 38157 901-312-1635 Office 901-289-4355 Mobile


Insurance Agent - January 16, 2014

Title: Insurance Agent


Posting Date: January 16, 2014


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Description: You and I have corresponded before in my previous role as agency manager for State Farm Insurance in Dyersburg. I hired one of your graduates, William Pittman, in that office in January 2011. I have since opened a new branch for State Farm in East Memphis and am hiring again. This would be primarily a sales role, which for me, only requires a positive attitude and good work ethic. I am not as much concerned with prior work or internship experience. If you have any December graduates that are still in the job market, please let me know. This is an immediate opening. Hope you are well! Matthew Gant, Agent State Farm Insurance 5079 Park Ave Memphis, TN 38117 Office (901) 417-7114 Mobile (731) 445-8056 Fax (901) 339-9200 www.InsureMemphisTN.com


Media Sales ( Inside Sales) - January 10, 2014

Title: Media Sales ( Inside Sales)


Posting Date: January 10, 2014


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Description: Media Sales (Inside Sales) Located in Buckhead, Snehta (snehta.com) provides and our Business-to-Business (B2B) Media Sales professionals sell SaaS/Workflow tools to small businesses in the Home Service Segment across the United States. Snehta leverages a cloud infrastructure to provide web based products and services including advertising, lead generation, customized Ad word campaigns, billing solutions and other SaaS products to help these businesses build and manage their customer base. With our excellent team of Media Sales Professionals, Client Relations Specialists, Operational Experts and Leadership known on a global level, Snehta has rapidly secured more than 1,200 customers in our short history. Our environment is fast-paced and ever-changing yet nurturing and supportive. To ensure success, the Media Sales professional experiences a comprehensive initial training program engaging in daily sales mentoring and training focusing on sales processes, account strategy/solutions, product knowledge and rep shadowing. Once training has concluded, responsibilities will include: Initiating, establishing, and nurturing meaningful business relationships over the phone through cold calling business owners to understand their business needs and deliver relevant solutions that provide value to their bottom line. Driving revenue by closing deals over the phone and achieving customer satisfaction. Maintaining a high level of activity to achieve and exceed monthly sales quota. Requirements:  Passion to help local businesses grow their client base and online presence.  0-2 years of inside or outside sales with cold calling experience.  Bachelor’s degree.  Upbeat and positive demeanor.  Creative thinking, prompt decision-making and excellent problem resolution skills.  Highly organized, great with time management and able to convey compelling presentations.  Proficiency with Microsoft Office and the Internet. Preferred Skills and Qualifications:  Experience in conceptual sales, solution selling, and value-based selling.  Experience working on a performance based compensation structure. Compensation: $65,000 @ 100% Quota [Base + Bonus] Benefits: After 60 days of employment, enjoy a full suite of benefits including medical, dental and vision insurance (@ no cost to the employee), accrued vacation, PTO and holidays. Additional Benefits:  Promotable opportunities after 6 and 12 months @ 100% quota.  Equity participation after 18 months @ 100% quota.  Monthly Quota Club dinners w/ our President.  Company paid trip for meeting annual quota. If interested submit your resume to ford@snehta.com


Exhibitor Services Rep. - January 6, 2014

Title: Exhibitor Services Rep.


Posting Date: January 6, 2014


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Description: Convention Center Authority Music City Center / Nashville Convention Center Exhibitor Services Representative - Music City Center/Nashville Convention Center Responsible for managing and processing the management of exhibitor orders and helping to ensure compliance with exhibit rules and regulations including handling exhibitor inquiries and service needs prior to, during, and after each event, serving as the liaison between MCC/NCC and the exhibitors and service contractors, and ensuring pre booth checks are conducted to capture all potential revenue. Bachelor’s Degree preferred or equivalent education/experience with three (3) to five (5) years of experience in exhibitor services in a Convention Center, Conference or Meeting Center. This is a position of the Convention Center Authority; not a Metropolitan Government position. Excellent benefits included. Valid Tennessee Driver’s License required. Flexible work schedules and will include weekends, holidays, and night work. Please apply at www.nashvillemusiccitycenter.com/job-opportunities Go to http://www.nashvillemusiccitycenter.com/sites/nashvillemusiccitycenter.com/files/exhibitor_services_representative.pdf to view job description. NOTE: Background and substance abuse checks will be conducted for all positions. NO PHONE CALLS Equal Opportunity Employer In Compliance With Tennessee Law, all applications are subject to Public Disclosure The Convention Center Authority does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed or disability in admission to, access to, or operations of its programs, services, or activities. Discrimination against any person in recruitment, examination, appointment, training, promotion, retention, discipline or any other employment practices because of non-merit factors shall be prohibited. Requests for ADA accommodation should be directed to the ADA Coordinator @ 742-2248.


Reporter/Editorial Asst. - January 3, 2014

Title: Reporter/Editorial Asst.


Posting Date: January 3, 2014


Keywords: Comminications


Description: Reporter/Editorial Assistant Needed: Part-time, four weekdays, some evenings and weekends. This position requires good writing and photography skills, the ability to work flexible schedules and to pursue and develop stories and conform to deadlines. This is a great opportunity to learn about your community while your work is published in the newspaper and on our website and social media. Previous writing experience and experience with web and social media publishing preferred. Send resume and copies of work samples to: Reporter Position, c/o Publisher The Bolivar Bulletin-Times P.O. Box 152 Bolivar, TN 38008 or rfry06@yahoo.com


Media Sales Professional - January 3, 2014

Title: Media Sales Professional


Posting Date: January 3, 2014


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Description: Media Sales Professional Needed: Seeking an energetic, professional, self-starter for media advertising sales in print and electronic media with established Southwest Tennessee area business. Previous print sales or outside sales experience preferred. The successful candidate will: • Have a demonstrated history of success in sales; • Be enthused about your product and developing your position into a career; • Be professional in appearance, in personal presentation and in the conduct of your work; • Have great people skills, and the ability to cultivate strong relationships with customers; • Have good math, verbal, written and computer skills; • Be creative in presenting your customers’ businesses via the ads you sell; • Be a good listener and problem-solver; • Understand and work within set time schedules and deadlines; • Complete required sales reports in timely fashion; • Have his/her own vehicle in good condition and a good driving record; • Be able to travel regularly in the county and surrounding markets to recruit sales; and • “Bring Back The Business” when you return. Immediate opening, four weekdays per week, hourly pay plus commission and mileage. Send detailed resume, business references and work samples (if available) to: Sales Position, c/o The Bolivar Bulletin-Times, P.O. Box 152, Bolivar, TN 38008; or email to rfry06@yahoo.com


Retail Store Management - December 19, 2013

Title: Retail Store Management


Posting Date: December 19, 2013


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Description: Retail Store Management Company The Kroger Co. Status Salary, Management Location US- AR, KY, MS, TN Job Category Co-Manager Store Management – Co- Manager Overview Kroger is looking for highly motivated people to enter into our Retail Management Training Program. The selected individual will participate in a 16-20 week training program designed to prepare an individual for Retail Store Management. Upon successful completion of the training program, you will serve as Co-Manager with an overall day-to-day responsibility of running all aspects of a retail grocery store. You will receive monetary and non-monetary rewards and recognition for your ability to lead, manage and deliver results. We offer excellent benefits, a competitive salary plus Bonus! Other benefits include 401K Plan, Stock Plans, Credit Union, Company Paid Pension, Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, Optical and Paid Vacations. Areas include: Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, and West Tennessee. Essential Job Functions • Role model and demand the highest level of customer service • Coach and develop store associates through both formal and informal interactions • Achieve weekly, period, and annual sales, gross and net profit budgets for the store • Provide a pleasing and satisfying work environment for all employees • Assure compliance with regulatory agencies and division policies • Ensure the store meets customer and company expectations for cleanliness, appearance, product availability, product quality, safety, staffing, shrink control and inventory control • Manage labor and supply costs on a daily basis to ensure we are meeting both our customer service and financial targets • Address associate complaints and contractual disputes • Involve appropriate division resources to resolve problems/issues affecting store operations • Participate with and support local community organizations Minimum Qualifications • Applicants must be at least 21 years of age • Earned a Bachelor’s or Associate’s Degree • Bring Retail Store/Assistant Management Experience from another organization Desired Qualifications • 1-year previous retail experience preferred • Previous experience in directing the efforts of multiple individuals from diverse work groups • Previous financial responsibility including budget preparation and management • Ability to relocate in most cases About Us Kroger, one of the nation’s largest retail grocery chains, is honored to celebrate its 125th anniversary in 2008. The Company’s more than 300,000 associates serve customers in 2,487 supermarkets and multi-department stores in 31 states under two dozen local banners. Kroger associates also serve customers in 782 convenience stores, 405 fine jewelry stores and 678 fuel centers. The Company also operates 42 food-processing plants in the U.S. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Kroger focuses its charitable efforts on supporting hunger relief, health and wellness initiatives, and local schools and grassroots organizations in the communities it serves. For more information about the Company, please visit our web site at www.kroger.com. We are guided by the core values of honesty, respect, integrity, diversity, inclusion and safety and strive to demonstrate those values in all that we do. It is the policy of The Kroger Co. to provide equal opportunity for all applicants for employment.


Developmental Intellectional Disabilities Coordinator - December 18, 2013

Title: Developmental Intellectional Disabilities Coordinator


Posting Date: December 18, 2013


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Description: Building Better Tomorrows...Today www.buildingbettertomorrows.org The H Group of Kentucky is hiring for program expansion of services for developmentally disabled individuals in Paducah and surrounding areas. We are in need of the following: DEVELOPMENTAL INTELLECTIONAL DISABILITIES (DID) COORDINATOR – Paducah area • Bachelor’s Degree in human service field and five years supervisory experience. • Knowledge of and experience working with the Kentucky SCL/MP programs required. Previous supervisory experience is required. • Must pass required background clearance checks, drug testing • $35,000 per year For job descriptions and application instructions go to www.buildingbettertomorrows.org - click on job opportunities, e-mail kimberly.sherrill@hgroup.org or call 270-443-1317. H Group of Kentucky applications are available on-line at the above web address, can be e-mailed, or mailed to you. You may mail your applications to 3025 Clay Street , Paducah, KY 42001. Applicant Screening begin date 1/3/14. Position open until filled. You can make a difference in our communities - Build Better Tomorrows TODAY. EOE.


Case Officer 1 - December 17, 2013

Title: Case Officer 1


Posting Date: December 17, 2013


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Description: Title: Case Officer I The 24th Judicial District Community Corrections program is currently seeking to fill a job opening in Carroll County, TN. The job opening is for Case Officer I. If interested in applying for Case Officer I, please contact Jonathan Holland at 731-847-7545 for an application. An application can also be picked up at the Carroll County Community Corrections Office, which is located at 20780 East Main Street, Huntingdon, TN 38344. JOB DESCRIPTION COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS CASE OFFICER I If interested or need more information contact: Jonathan Holland at jhollandcc@yahoo.com The 24th Judicial District Community Corrections Case Officer I works under the general supervision of the Program Manager. Work is performed in counseling, supervising and monitoring activities of offenders sentenced to the Community Corrections Program. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Supervises assigned case load of offenders sentenced to the Community Corrections program. Maintains direct contact with the offenders in compliance with the State Standards and Community Corrections policies . 2. Is responsible for the supervision of the offender and the implementation of the offender’s behavioral plan. 3. Develops and oversees restitution plan for each offender and implements victim restitution plan. 4. Counsels offenders in community adjustment, education, job seeking, retention and life coping skills and will assist in a plan that provides structure to the offender. 5. Develops community service placements which use the skills and abilities of the offender, and which require meaningful work providing a service to the community. 6. Evaluates progress made by offenders in accomplishing contract objectives, and recommends measures to correct identified problems and deficiencies. 7. Prepares a variety of records and is responsible for keeping offender files up-to-date with current information. 8. Evaluates special needs of offender and ensures that all special conditions set out by the court are performed. Monitors/refers/assists in out-patient and in-patient drug/alcohol treatment and refers clients to other agencies and programs according to their special needs. Analyzes/evaluates needs and skills of offenders to determine community restitution work to be performed. Monitors performances for all community service work performed by assigned offenders. 9. Perform supervision duties with the offender in compliance with State Standards and Community Corrections policies. 10. Performs offender drug testing. 11. Performs offender home visits and monitors offender activities in compliance with State Standards and Community Corrections policies. 10. Attends and participates in staff meetings and in-service training when scheduled. 11. Performs other related work as required. All employees and volunteers shall be administered a criminal records check prior to employment or appointment as a volunteer.


Webmaster - December 10, 2013

Title: Webmaster


Posting Date: December 10, 2013


Keywords: Computer Science, technology


Description: DYERSBURG STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE POSITION DESCRIPTION Title: Webmaster Effective Date: 03-2012 Reports To: Vice President for Technology Revision Date: 11-2013 Position Code: DP9200 Pay Grade: CL09 Department: Computer Services FLSA: Non-Exempt EEO Type: 3 ORP Elig: N A. General Description: This position reports to the Vice President for Technology and is primarily responsible for serving as the campus webmaster for the public DSCC website. This position also serves as the primary content manager for the MyDSCC campus portal and other internal websites. B. Duties and Responsibilities: Serve as campus webmaster by assisting campus offices in keeping department web pages and the overall website up to date and consistent with the overall DSCC web page design. Coordinates with the Office of Public Information, academic offices and administration regarding content and design. Coordinates with department content managers and assists them with technical and design issues related to the website. Provide primary support for the Drupal CMS (content management system) that powers the website. Serve as the primary “gatekeeper” of Luminis/MyDSCC content, ensuring that the content is consistently formatted and up-to-date. Develop web applets and applications that will enhance the MyDSCC portal. Develop training materials and resources for users of the portal. Serve as backup system administrator for the Luminis/MyDSCC system; coordinate these support activities through the Director of Computer Services (who serves as primary support for Luminis system administration). Provide training sessions for social media users as needed. Assist the Office of Public Information with official DSCC social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, providing technical support and reviewing content as needed. Provide training as necessary during faculty/staff conference days on various software and applications, especially those that relate to web design and the creation and management of content for the website. Assist other Computer Services staff as needed to ensure that the institution’s IT resources fully support the objectives of the institution. C. Working Conditions: Restricted: Sustained posture or intense attentiveness for prolonged periods. Light lifting (less than 40 lbs), some walking, pushing and pulling on a regular basis. The majority of the work functions are performed in an office environment. Minimal hazard/exposure: Standard office setting. At least minimal environmental controls to assure health and comfort. D. Required Qualifications: Excellent customer service skills Display patience and listening skills when working with peers and users Skill in interpersonal communications both in person and on the telephone Ability to work with a variety of computer users at different levels of expertise Attention to detail required while handling multiple tasks Demonstrated excellent organizational skills Ability to work independently Ability to learn and adapt to new technology E. Minimum Requirements of Education and Experience: Associate Degree in a computer related area is required. Bachelor’s degree in a computer field is preferred. Demonstrated ability to use web-related development tools is required. Experience in HTML, PHP, JavaScript, CSS, Adobe Acrobat, and Adobe Photoshop is preferred. Experience using and managing a web content management system (CMS) such as Drupal is preferred. Experience deploying websites on various web server platforms, such as Apache HTTPD and IIS, is also preferred. Knowledge of a Windows desktop operating system (XP, Vista, 7, or 8), Windows Server Operating System (Server 2003, Server 2008, or Server 2012), Microsoft Office (2007, 2010, or 2013), and Linux (preferably RedHat and/or CentOS) is required. Prior experience as a webmaster of a corporate or institutional website is preferred. Prior experience with the Ellucian Luminis portal system is preferred. Approved:______________________________________________ Director of Human Resources


Financial Management Scholars Program - December 3, 2013

Title: Financial Management Scholars Program


Posting Date: December 3, 2013


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Description: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SCHOLARS PROGRAM Job Title: Financial Management Scholar (Student Intern) Program Dates: Class 1: May 19, 2014 – August 8, 2014 (up to 50 positions) Class 2: June 16, 2014 – September 5, 2014 (up to 25 positions) Compensation: Annual salary ranges from $37,171 to $49,808 per annum ($17.81 to $23.87) per hour), depending on location. Program participants also earn vacation and sick leave. Program Overview: The FDIC is widely recognized as a premier financial regulatory agency and was recently named the “Best Place to Work” among mid-sized Federal Government agencies. The Financial Management Scholars Program (FMSP) is a paid internship program. It provides highly-qualified college students majoring in economics, business administration, finance, accounting, and related fields with hands-on experience evaluating bank operations, business planning, risk management strategies, and consumer protection practices during a period in which banks are still recovering from the recent financial crisis. Program participants will attend a one-week orientation session in Washington, DC, followed by ten weeks of on-the-job training in one of the FDIC’s field offices (over 50 internship locations are available nationwide). Scholars will work on teams with experienced FDIC employees in their assigned field offices to ensure that banks are following safe and sound banking practices, maintaining effective internal controls and procedures, managing their institutions effectively, and/or complying with all applicable consumer protection, fair lending, and other laws and regulations. Participants will return to Washington, DC, for the program’s capstone week to share their experiences and participate in a skills assessment. At the end of the program, some program participants will receive post-graduation employment offers with the FDIC. Extensive travel may be required. Bank examinations are conducted on-site at banks, sometimes at great distance from the FDIC office. Scholars are reimbursed for travel expenses, but are responsible for providing their own transportation to multiple bank examination sites where public transportation may not be available. Minimum Educational and Other Requirements: 1. U. S. citizenship. 2. Enrolled at least half-time in a bachelor’s degree program at an accredited college or university. 3. Completion of the junior year with a major in economics, business administration, accounting, or a related field, an overall GPA of 3.25, and a planned graduation date between December 2014 and December 2015. 4. Successful completion of the FDIC’s background investigation requirements. How to Apply: To apply, please go to USAJOBs.gov and search for “Financial Management Scholars Program” at FDIC. You must attach to your online application a resume; official or unofficial transcript showing courses completed, major, and current GPA; and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the FMSP. You must also submit separately, in accordance with the online application instructions, a letter of reference from a faculty member at your college or university who is familiar with your qualifications. Applications will be deemed incomplete if all required attachments and the letter of reference are not received by the prescribed deadlines. You will be able to select in order of preference up to five field office locations at which you would like to be considered for employment (see reverse side for available locations). Veterans must include a copy of the DD214 to obtain employment preference. The deadline for submission of applications is December 13, 2013. Internship offers will be made in January 2014. For More Information: Please contact HR Specialists Karen Blandford at (703) 562-6424 or Anita Gallman at (703) 562-2387. Other Information: Scholars will be responsible for providing their own housing, but will receive a $2500 stipend (in addition to bi-weekly compensation) at the beginning of the program. Available Internship Locations: Albany, GA Albuquerque, NM Atlanta, GA Austin, TX Baltimore (Columbia), MD Billings, MT Birmingham (Shelby), AL Boston, MA Cedar Rapids, IA Charlotte, NC Cincinnati, OH Columbia, MO Columbia, SC Columbus, OH Dallas, TX Denver, CO Elizabethtown, KY Fargo, ND Ft. Lauderdale (Sunrise), FL Hays, KS Houston, TX Indianapolis, IN Jamesburg, NJ Kansas City, KS Knoxville, TN Lexington, KY Little Rock, AR Los Angeles, CA Memphis, TN Milwaukee, WI Minneapolis, MN Nashville, TN New York, NY Oklahoma County, CA Orange County (Mission Viejo), CA Pensacola, FL Phoenix, AZ Pittsburg (Wexford), PA Portland, OR Raleigh, NC Sacramento, CA Salt Lake City, UT San Francisco, CA San Juan, PR Seattle, WA Sioux City, IA Sioux Falls, SD Springfield, MA Springfield, MO Syracuse, NY Tampa, FL Wichita, KS


University directories Internship - December 2, 2013

Title: University directories Internship


Posting Date: December 2, 2013


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Description: Internship Description: University Directories, the leading campus media and marketing company in the U.S., offers a paid summer sales internship to college students. As a Sales Representative you will: • Consult one-on-one with local and national businesses in your college market about their advertising platform • Sell and market advertising space in your campus publication, and the award-winning AroundCampus website and mobile app • Attend the week-long, Nationally-recognized Sales Foundations Academy – an expense- paid training on the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill campus • Develop skills on managing a territory, prospecting, building rapport, and closing the sale • Enhance interpersonal communication, time-management , and confidence • Gain experience working as an individual and in a team environment • Work full-time, Monday-Friday, 8:30-5:30 The experience and skills you gain during the internship will make you stand out from the rest in today’s over-crowded job market. University Directories has fourteen Career Partners who hire students directly from our internship program. They are: •Bloomberg B.N.A •Grainger •TEKsystems •Cvent •Wolseley •Edward Jones •Enterprise Rent-a-Car •Victaulic •CDW •ADP •Federated Insurance •KCI •Paycom •Tom James Watch our Internship Video: http://www.youtube.com/user/UnivDirectories#p/u/3/gaN6H8IrqrM Apply for our Sales Position: http://universitydirectories.com/internships/outside-sales-internship/ Check out our AroundCampus website and mobile App: http://www.aroundcampus.com Employer Description: University Directories is the leading campus media and marketing company in the U.S. Through its innovative multi-platform media properties, companies reach students, faculty and staff nationwide, in media they use, in a language they speak. No other company matches UD's history, experience and depth of knowledge in reaching this audience. America's leading campuses know and trust UD's commitment to excellence, integrity in dealings, dedication to students and its unparalleled devotion to customers. Jacob Ross Regional Sales Manager – Big River University Directories, A Division of UCampus Media 88 Vilcom Center Drive | Chapel Hill, NC 27514 P: 800.743.5556 x6157 F: 800.743.0009 www.UniversityDirectories.com www.AroundCampus.com This is our internship: http://vimeo.com/52489575 This is UD: http://vimeo.com/55116067


U.S. Forest Service positions - November 19, 2013

Title: U.S. Forest Service positions


Posting Date: November 19, 2013


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Description: Web site is http://www.fs.usda.gov/shawnee Many positions open.


AmeriCorp Vista positions - November 19, 2013

Title: AmeriCorp Vista positions


Posting Date: November 19, 2013


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Description: I am pleased to announce the availability of five different full-time positions that are now available through the AmeriCorps VISTA Program at non-profit organizations in Memphis and Jackson. The deadline to apply is December 12, 2013. Please note that these positions are not available for full-time students, but would be a great opportunity for those who have recently graduated or for part-time students who are taking classes online, at night, or on the weekend (classes cannot interfere with the normal business hours of the organization). Positions available include: • AmeriCorps VISTA Member for the Boys and Girls Club – Jackson Activities will include: develop a grants program; assist with securing new grant funding; organize the volunteer management system; and recruit new volunteer mentors. • AmeriCorps VISTA Member for Wo/Men’s Rape & Resource Assistance Program – Jackson Activities will include: organize the volunteer program; create volunteer training materials; recruit and orient volunteers; plan and implement special events; identify new partners and funding sources. • AmeriCorps VISTA Member for Community LIFT – Memphis Activities will include: identify gaps in services; establish a Community Steering Committee; develop a comprehensive neighborhood plan; organize public visioning sessions; and build the capacity of social service providers. • AmeriCorps VISTA Member for Families of Incarcerated Individuals – Memphis Activities will include: develop educational and employment opportunity leads; research advocacy activities for program participants; enhance community resources for FII’s adult and youth program participants; assist in organizing supportive services. • AmeriCorps VISTA Member for Outreach, Housing and Community, Inc. – Memphis Activities will include: inventory OHC’s current information technology (IT); develop and implement an IT plan; improve the client database; develop an agency network; and restructure website ensuring accessibility. VISTA stands for Volunteers In Service To America, and the VISTA Program is a lot like the PeaceCorps, but Members serve within the United States at a non-profit organization. VISTA Members serve as full-time volunteers and focus on building capacity and infrastructure to make a lasting impact for the organization and the community. Benefits of service include an annual living allowance of $11,106, health benefits, relocation allowance, and the choice between two different post-service awards: an education award of $5,645 or a cash stipend of $1,500 (a full list of benefits is attached to this email). Interested candidates should contact Denise Meise, VISTA Project Supervisor, at denise.meise@star-center.org for additional information and application instructions. Thank you in advance for your help with recruiting for these positions! Denise Meise AmeriCorps VISTA Project Supervisor STAR Center, Inc. 1119 Old Humboldt Rd. Jackson, TN 38305 Cell: 731-616-3102 VISTA Supervisor Blog: http://btvistasupervisors.wordpress.com/ VISTA Member Blog: http://tennesseevistanetwork.wordpress.com/ **Please note that my email address has changed to denise.meise@star-center.org. Please begin sending emails to the new address from this point forward. Thank you.**


Database Administrator - November 19, 2013

Title: Database Administrator


Posting Date: November 19, 2013


Keywords: Technology


Description: METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE & DAVIDSON COUNTY Department of Human Resources Invites Applications For The Position Of: IS Application Analyst 3- Database Administrator (#14107E) An Equal Opportunity Employer Must apply on line at: www.nashville.gov Open Competitive Job Announcement SALARY: $51,912.64 – $58,835.92 ISSUE DATE: 11/18/13 FINAL FILING DATE: 12/2/13 THE POSITION: This position will perform complex technical duties required to implement, administer and support SQL Server databases, including project management, analysis, testing, implementing and upgrading databases. Performs other related duties as assigned ITS is a 24x7 information technology shop. Applicant must be willing and available to perform duties as required by the job. This may include occasional work on nights, weekends and holidays as necessary. ***Resume must be attached to the application in order to be considered*** *** This list will expire in six months *** Major Job Responsibilities: • Maintenance, troubleshooting and problem resolution support for supported MS SQL databases including backup and recovery, database upgrades and technical DBA functions such as table space allocation and management, data storage management, tuning and database management • Database Security (administration, monitoring/reviews, recommendations for mitigating risks or requesting) • Database optimization and monitoring • Run scripts to update the supported database within an application area • Review transaction processing techniques and advises developers as appropriate to maximize performance • Responsible for testing of security patches and vendor upgrades • Responsible for coordinating customer testing and approval for the implementation of production changes and software/database upgrades • Responsible for ensuring database connectivity for all supported MS SQL databases • Assist in producing and maintaining technical documentation of enhancements and BC/DR procedures • Researches and develops solutions to difficult issues and presents alternatives to management • Provide technical support with third-party integration products • Reviews literature, consults with experts, and coordinates with vendors to identify appropriate hardware and/or software solutions to complex problems • Assists programmers with problem determination and resolution • Informs programming staff of any changes in databases that may require system or program modification • Responsible for managing single and multi-departmental projects • Coordinates project staff, which may cross organizational lines, to successful outcomes • Receives direction and reports to a top departmental manager, who is consulted on unusual or complex matters Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience that would prepare the incumbent to perform the duties of the position at the appropriate level. Employees would typically have 3 or more years of experience in relational databases. Valid “Class D” Driver’s License Candidate must receive and maintain 'pass' status from Metro Nashville Police Department (MNPD) background check. Preferred Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: • Experience implementing Database Security • Experience working with multi-department/agency projects • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite • Ability to exercise independent judgment in interpreting and applying procedures to specific cases • Ability to write, and optimize SQL queries • Ability to deal with management, vendors, and others effectively in situations requiring tact and discretion, persuasion, and working through difficult issues • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing **An incomplete application or missing documents may result in disqualification.** Fill in complete work history, do not attach resume in lieu of requested information.  Requests for ADA accommodation should be directed to David Sinor @ 862-6735


Small Business Account Exec. - November 13, 2013

Title: Small Business Account Exec.


Posting Date: November 13, 2013


Keywords: All Degrees


Description: SMALL BUSINESS ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE The Small Business Account Executive (SBAE) is responsible to grow and retain revenue in their assigned Commercial Accounts. The SBAE’s primary responsibility is to sell new and existing services and products to an assigned list of Small/Medium Segment accounts. The SBAE will be responsible for service contract renewals and selling additional services and products within an assigned account module. In addition, the SBAE is expected to sell individual products and integrated complex communication solutions throughout an organization and develop/maintain executive level relationships within the businesses they serve. The SBAE will prospect both within their assigned account module and for new customers and Winback opportunities. This will involve; cold calling, generating proposals/contracts and providing a consultative selling approach. In providing a consultative selling approach, the SBAE will work with multiple territories of the Company and will need to develop and maintain relationships with the appropriate internal resources, i.e., Sales Engineers, Regulatory, Field Operations, Product Management, Implementation and Project Management resources. Each SBAE will also have a monthly net new revenue sales quota of $4,000.00. (Subject to change). Accurate forecasting and reporting will also be a requirement, with a concentration on securing customer contracts (renewing & up-selling existing customers and securing new customers from competitors). Manage an existing base of revenue within assigned accounts for Renewals & Revenue Retention. Prospect for upgrades and additional services within these assigned accounts to generate net new recurring revenue, communicate new products and promotions, and continuous relationship building. Prospect for new customer/Winback opportunities (including cold calling - face to face or telemarketing, networking etc.) to generate additional net new recurring revenue Maintain current and accurate contact, opportunity and account information with the applicable tools provided by Frontier (specifically Sales Force.com). Proposal preparation, Billing Analysis, Contract preparation, Forecasting updates, Sales Reports, Forecasting Reports Provide internal resources (including but not limited to Customer Service teams/CSA/Sales Engineers) with all information required for a timely and quality installation of sold services. Training & Meetings related to the Commercial Sales Organization. 1. Kind and length of experience: • Preferred of 1 – 2 years of business-to-business sales experience in a high activity sales group. (Includes significant prospecting through cold calling and networking). • Preferred One-year experience in, or exposure to Telecommunication’s experience. • Experienced at establishing and maintaining relationships at all levels of a customer’s organization. Candidate must have a valid State drivers license and clean driving record • PC skills to include proficiencies in MS Word, Excel, Outlook and web browsing applications. • Excellent oral and written communications skills. • Knowledge of voice and data technologies, applications, and how customers use and purchase these technologies including but not limited to High Speed Internet, Dedicated Internet, Data Services, Local and Long Distance, IP, hosted solutions & Customer Premise Equipment (CPE). • Must have the ability to build and accurately forecast a sales pipeline. • Mathematical skills: ability to demonstrate logic and calculate figures for fulfilling pricing and savings requests. • Strong time management and organizational skills (to include inter-departmental relationships). • Excellent Sales Skills. • Professional dress code. 3. Education, certification and/or license requirements: • Bachelor’s required/ Master’s preferred. • Valid local Drivers license and auto insurance required. 4. Physical Requirements: • Job requires driving, walking door to door in inclement climate areas, and the ability to work extended hours. If interested contact Beth.Lamp@FTR.com company is Frontier Communications


Entry Level Management - November 13, 2013

Title: Entry Level Management


Posting Date: November 13, 2013


Keywords: Business, communications,


Description: Entry Level Management Healthcare Services Group, Inc. Company Overview Our Goal is to Provide the Best Service in the Industry A health care facility derives many benefits from operating a spotlessly clean, aesthetically pleasing environment. Our staff is thoroughly trained to perform housekeeping, laundry, linen, facility management and food responsibilities with skill and sensitivity. Stringent quality-assurance standards insure that a facility will receive the most professional services in the industry. Develop a strong and well coordinated management team The key to our client retention rate and orderly geographic expansion has been our ability to assemble the finest group of managers in the industry. Clients, who receive daily support from on-site management, are also actively support by a company District Manager who is in close proximity to the client. The development of experienced management back-up is reassuring to owners and administrators. Reducing client costs while improving overall quality is a most challenging assignment. This objective is met by standardizing operating systems, maintaining strict controls through a quality-assurance program and planning efficient production schedules. Concentrate on what we do best Companies which diversify outside their core business often suffer diminishing returns. Healthcare Services Group, Inc. has prospered by providing exemplary housekeeping, laundry, linen, facility maintenance and food services to an increasing number of satisfied clients. This is what we have always done and what we will continue to do. Healthcare Services Group, Inc. is a publicly held company (HSG), founded in 1977, to professionally manage all non-nursing related departments in Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Centers and Hospitals. By innovating specialized systems and developing a highly trained and motivated staff, the company has consistently improved Quality, lowered Operational Expenses, and freed the Pressured Healthcare Administrator from the distracting burden of managing these support services. This has helped us double in size every 6-7 years since our inception. Healthcare Services Group, Inc. was recently recognized by FORBES MAGAZINE as one of the "200 BEST SMALL COMPANIES " in America today. At present we contract with over 3,000 facilities across the United States and Canada. The company is continually looking for aggressive, ambitious, self motivated individuals to join our management-training program. Are you a people person? Do you believe in your ability to succeed? Do you have a strong entrepreneurial spirit? Are you looking for the right environment for that spirit to flourish? If so, Healthcare Services Group may just be the place for you! We are currently looking for candidates who have operational, customer service, and client relationship backgrounds. We provide a competitive salary, benefits, 401(k), stock option plans , and growth based on performance- not seniority. Bring your talents to one of the fastest growing businesses in the healthcare industry today, and grow with us. THOSE LOOKING TO START THEIR CAREER ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY! Candidates looking for an exceptional employer with outstanding growth should respond by attaching your resume to this ad and reply. Job Requirements RESPONSIBILITIES As a facility manager for Healthcare Services Group, your responsibilities will include: Managing a staff between 10-25 employees Responsibility for daily payroll and budget management Recruitment and training of all front line staff Acting as a liaison between the facility and HCSG Marketing our services to other facilities in the area Developing a strong assistant manager PROMOTIONAL POSSIBILITIES Healthcare Services group, Inc. has several levels of management throughout the organization, which allows every management person to move on a career path best suited for their skills and talents. Account manager Training manager District manager Regional manager Regional sales director Ability to Relocate after 90 day Training program is a Big Plus! Please attach a copy of your resume so me might contact you! If interested submit resumes to st253resumes@gmail.com Location of positions is all areas of West Tennessee where company has 30 facilities with 70 across the state of Tennessee


Entry Level Management - November 13, 2013

Title: Entry Level Management


Posting Date: November 13, 2013


Keywords: Business, communications,


Description: Entry Level Management Healthcare Services Group, Inc. Company Overview Our Goal is to Provide the Best Service in the Industry A health care facility derives many benefits from operating a spotlessly clean, aesthetically pleasing environment. Our staff is thoroughly trained to perform housekeeping, laundry, linen, facility management and food responsibilities with skill and sensitivity. Stringent quality-assurance standards insure that a facility will receive the most professional services in the industry. Develop a strong and well coordinated management team The key to our client retention rate and orderly geographic expansion has been our ability to assemble the finest group of managers in the industry. Clients, who receive daily support from on-site management, are also actively support by a company District Manager who is in close proximity to the client. The development of experienced management back-up is reassuring to owners and administrators. Reducing client costs while improving overall quality is a most challenging assignment. This objective is met by standardizing operating systems, maintaining strict controls through a quality-assurance program and planning efficient production schedules. Concentrate on what we do best Companies which diversify outside their core business often suffer diminishing returns. Healthcare Services Group, Inc. has prospered by providing exemplary housekeeping, laundry, linen, facility maintenance and food services to an increasing number of satisfied clients. This is what we have always done and what we will continue to do. Healthcare Services Group, Inc. is a publicly held company (HSG), founded in 1977, to professionally manage all non-nursing related departments in Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Centers and Hospitals. By innovating specialized systems and developing a highly trained and motivated staff, the company has consistently improved Quality, lowered Operational Expenses, and freed the Pressured Healthcare Administrator from the distracting burden of managing these support services. This has helped us double in size every 6-7 years since our inception. Healthcare Services Group, Inc. was recently recognized by FORBES MAGAZINE as one of the "200 BEST SMALL COMPANIES " in America today. At present we contract with over 3,000 facilities across the United States and Canada. The company is continually looking for aggressive, ambitious, self motivated individuals to join our management-training program. Are you a people person? Do you believe in your ability to succeed? Do you have a strong entrepreneurial spirit? Are you looking for the right environment for that spirit to flourish? If so, Healthcare Services Group may just be the place for you! We are currently looking for candidates who have operational, customer service, and client relationship backgrounds. We provide a competitive salary, benefits, 401(k), stock option plans , and growth based on performance- not seniority. Bring your talents to one of the fastest growing businesses in the healthcare industry today, and grow with us. THOSE LOOKING TO START THEIR CAREER ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY! Candidates looking for an exceptional employer with outstanding growth should respond by attaching your resume to this ad and reply. Job Requirements RESPONSIBILITIES As a facility manager for Healthcare Services Group, your responsibilities will include: Managing a staff between 10-25 employees Responsibility for daily payroll and budget management Recruitment and training of all front line staff Acting as a liaison between the facility and HCSG Marketing our services to other facilities in the area Developing a strong assistant manager PROMOTIONAL POSSIBILITIES Healthcare Services group, Inc. has several levels of management throughout the organization, which allows every management person to move on a career path best suited for their skills and talents. Account manager Training manager District manager Regional manager Regional sales director Ability to Relocate after 90 day Training program is a Big Plus! Please attach a copy of your resume so me might contact you! If interested submit resumes to st253resumes@gmail.com Location of positions is all areas of West Tennessee where company has 30 facilities with 70 across the state of Tennessee


Assistant Systems Administrator - November 7, 2013

Title: Assistant Systems Administrator


Posting Date: November 7, 2013


Keywords: Computer Science


Description: Job Description: Assistant Systems Administrator Job Purpose: Assist the Systems Administrator on day to day maintenance and upgrades of office hardware and software. Requirements: • 4 Year Degree in any computer related field. • Knowledge in the following programming/scripting languages: o HTML o PHP o Perl o C++ • Experience working with desktops, laptops, servers, and datacenter level storage is recommended. This would include managing data backups, working with server virtualization, VDI, and IP Telephony. • Must have good verbal and written communication skills, Microsoft Office knowledge, and multi-tasking. • Must be a dependable team member that requires little or no supervision to complete the required tasks. Preferred: • Previous job related experience • Comfortable working in both Windows and Linux environments • Unix experience Company is Unistar-Sparco Computers, Inc. 7089 Ryburn Drive Millington, TN 38053 Tel: 901-872-2272 ext 832 If interested submit resume to: careers@sparco.com or kimberly-beecham@sparco.com


Business Operations Assistant - November 7, 2013

Title: Business Operations Assistant


Posting Date: November 7, 2013


Keywords: Business, Management, Accounting


Description: Profile, Inc., McKenzie, TN Job Opening: Business Operations Assistant Requirements: Prefer Business Degree or Graduate with Business Degree by December 2013 Description: Position will report directly to Controller/Office Service Managers. Job responsibilities include customer order entry, electronic data submission for shipments, accounts payable invoice entry, accounts receivable invoicing, MRO purchasing, human resource assistance, general administrative office tasks and support management staff with various tasks. We need to fill the position as soon as possible, so if you are interested please contact Tabitha Coleman at 731-352-5341 x.27 or by email at tabithac@profilemetal.com or Brandy Blackman at 731-352-5341 x.12 or by email at brandyb@profilemetal.com


Therapist - October 31, 2013

Title: Therapist


Posting Date: October 31, 2013


Keywords: Behavioral Sciences,special education


Description: Building Better Tomorrows...Today www.buildingbettertomorrows.org The H Group of Kentucky is hiring for program expansion of Impact Plus services in the 17 western most counties of Kentucky (Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, Livingston, Marshall, McCracken, Caldwell, Christian, Crittenden, Hopkins, Lyon, Muhlenberg, Todd, and Trigg) and for services to developmentally disabled individuals. The Impact Plus program, part of a network of providers, offers intensive community based services for children with significant behavioral health needs. The services for developmentally disabled adults are also varied. We are in need of the following: Therapists – Paducah, Murray, Mayfield, Hopkinsville and Madisonville Kentucky areas – Impact Plus Services • Licensed Behavioral Health Professional salaried $39,000 • Behavioral Health Professional under Clinical Supervision salaried $36,000 with some payment toward supervision Half-time TARGETED CASE MANAGERS/half-time GUARDIANSHIP REP. PAYEE - Paducah area • Case Manager requirements - Requires Bachelor of Arts or Sciences degree in behavioral sciences which includes: psychology, sociology, social work, special education or human services (if the curriculum includes 30 hours of course work on understanding of individual, family and social behavior, and the department approves the transcript identifying the course work). Must have completed the equivalent of 1 year of full-time employment working directly with children after completion of educational requirements. A Master's Degree in a behavioral science may substitute for the 1 year of experience. Must have completed a case management training program provided by DMHMRS within six months of date of employment, and supervision, and receive weekly documented face-to-face supervision by a Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) or BHP under supervision, or a case manager who meets the requirements of this and had 2 years' case management experience. ($12.10 per hour) • Guardianship Rep Payee Requirements - Bachelor’s Degree. Previous supervisory experience is required. Must pass required background clearance checks, have good driving record, pass and maintain First Aid/CPR and other required training within probationary period. Requires ability to utilize electronic/automated systems. For job descriptions and application instructions go to www.buildingbettertomorrows.org - click on job opportunities, e-mail kimberly.sherrill@hgroup.org or call 270-443-1317. H Group of Kentucky applications are available on-line at the above web address, can be e-mailed, or mailed to you. You may mail your applications to 3025 Clay Street , Paducah, KY 42001. Applicant Screening begin date 11/11/13. Positions open until filled. You can make a difference in our communities - Build Better Tomorrows TODAY. EOE.


Inside Sales - October 29, 2013

Title: Inside Sales


Posting Date: October 29, 2013


Keywords: Sales, marketing


Description: Kele, Inc. is currently recruiting for several inside sales positions. Kele is a leading supplier of commercial building automation interface products. Lead Generation Specialist: Responsible for generating new opportunities through prospecting and response/follow up of prospect phone and web inquiries. No sales experience required. College degree preferred. Inbound Sales Representative: Responsible for receiving and servicing inbound calls from outside customers and will assist in identifying parts, giving pricing, and suggesting additional materials to the customer. College degree or 2 years of verifiable call center or general sales experience required. Kele, Inc. is located in Bartlett, Tennessee. Please send resumes to jobs@kele.com.


Department Manager - October 23, 2013

Title: Department Manager


Posting Date: October 23, 2013


Keywords:


Description: PELLA CORPORATION Job Content Document Job Title: Manager, Department Job Code: 05217 FLSA Status: Exempt Band: Mid/Specialist Department: Manufacturing/Operations Location: Pella Reports To: (various) Prepared By: Arlin Harvey Prepared Date: 7/13/00 Approved By: Approved Date: SUMMARY Coordinates all manufacturing activities in assigned cost center to produce high quality parts and assembly for all windows, folding doors and glass sliding doors at lowest possible cost in scheduled quantities on a timely basis. Conducts yearly budgeting, setting and meeting objectives. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Responsible for the identification, development and implementation of programs, policies and procedures which support total customer satisfaction, both internally and externally, where applicable in relation to this position. Responsible for the safety of his/her personnel. To accomplish these objectives, talks with employees about all safety rules, instructing them about the proper use of the machines and encourages the employees to notify him/her immediately of any machine problems or breakdowns. Occasionally takes the employees on safety inspection tours and periodically reviews all emergency procedures. In addition to this, encourages employees to use first aid and to report all major and minor injuries promptly. Also encourages employees to suggest ways to make the area or operation safer. Enforces all safety and housekeeping rules and uses disciplinary action as needed. Responsible for implementation of the approved job rotation plan in support of corporate safety objectives. Responsible for maintaining the high Pella quality standards. To accomplish this objective, continually educates all employees concerning the quality of our products by instructing them on the proper use of their equipment, explaining to them the quality guidelines for their operation and how their operation fits into the final production of the unit. Informs employees of problems found in audits and/or inspections. Additionally, conducts a proper follow-up on all customer complaints and instructs employees on proper repairs, scrap and salvage. Responsible for developing the budget, for improving the labor efficiency of the department and maintaining the budgeted unit cost. To accomplish this, implements all planned improvements according to the schedule and continues to examine each operation for improvement and encourages others to seek out ways to improve their operation. Explains to the employees the basis of the unit cost and the importance of meeting it. Keeps everyone informed of the current unit cost and the cost objectives, and makes appropriate changes in the operations to meet the varying production rates. Responsible for maintaining a low level of absenteeism. To accomplish this, explains the importance of daily attendance and of calling in if attendance isn't possible. Asks the employees the reason for their absence, keeping employees informed of their current absence rate, the overall department average and the departmental goal. Enforces excessive absentee policies. Responsible for maintaining a high level of order completions on schedule. Accomplishes this by keeping up to date on all delinquent orders and other aspects of scheduling. Takes necessary steps to assure that the area has the necessary material to adequately reach quotas, takes necessary steps to assure there is enough workable equipment to meet quotas, and additionally uses preventative maintenance to help prevent machine shutdown. Responsible for maintaining a high level of employee morale within the department. To accomplish this, properly orients all new employees and follows up on that orientation. Encourages all employees to read their handbooks and bulletin boards, keeps employees informed about changes in Corporation policy, and encourages a one-to-one relationship with everyone. Encourages a team effort attitude and utilizes discipline as needed to maintain Corporation policy and a good attitude within the department. Responsible for two-way communication with management and service functions. Responsible for lateral communication with other managers. Responsible for one-to-one communication with employees. To improve employee communications, holds department meetings as outlined in the major objectives. Responsible for improving his/her skills in technical, physical, mental and mechanical areas that concern his/her department. Supports and participates in Continuous Improvement events in relation to both cost and quality/safety. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Directly supervises 30-35 employees. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. LANGUAGE SKILLS Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public. MATHEMATICAL SKILLS Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. REASONING ABILITY Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. COMPUTER SKILLS Word, Excel and Power Point. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS None required. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include distance vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts and fumes or airborne particles. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud. Contact Don Fraher at: DJFraher@Pella.com Position location is Murray Kentucky


Leasing Assistant - October 21, 2013

Title: Leasing Assistant


Posting Date: October 21, 2013


Keywords:


Description: THE METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING AGENCY IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITION: POSITION: LEASING ASSISTANT SALARY: $34,388 - $44,707 JOB OBJECTIVE: Under the supervision of the Property Manager or Senior Leasing Assistant, is responsible for providing general administrative support, customer service, clerical, general accounting and leasing duties of a public housing property. REQUIREMENTS: Two years of college education from an accredited college or university plus one (1) year of experience in property management, leasing or apartment rental experience. ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES: • Assists in the admission process for residency at property site; • prepares and maintains complete resident files; • interviews and assists residents in the leasing and reexamination process; • accurately charge and post rent payments and other charges and process daily bank report; • calculates rent, late fees and other charges and posts to residents’ accounts; • answers telephone calls and handles residents’ complaints and requests in a courteous manner; • prepares invoices and receipts to tenants; • performs back-up duties to property manager in their absence, and communicates with property manager; • assists with tenant move-in and move-out; • gives out information on rental policies and procedures in person and over the telephone; • check and balance residents’ accounts and performs other bookkeeping procedures; • develops full knowledge of application information, screening process and policies regarding rental of apartments; • prepares leases and related admissions records; • explains lease and other MDHA policies and procedures; • assists with annual and interim reexaminations; • prepares fiscal and management reports; • performs clerical duties; • assists property manager in scheduling inspections, make-ready processes and resident interviews; • assists property manager in procurement purchases and vendor information; orders office supplies and maintains office spending budget; • efficient and timely processing of all required administrative forms, reports and related information; • maintains a professional appearance and attitude; • assists Property Manager in collection of delinquent rents; • other duties as assigned. EQUIPMENT USED: Automobile, general office equipment. SUPERVISION EXERCISED: May supervise other office support staff ABILITIES REQUIRED: Knowledge of the principals and practices of public housing and federal, state and local laws and regulations governing housing operations; knowledge of general accounting, budgeting and procurement policies and practices; ability to make good decisions; ability to maintain courteous communications with residents, applicants and the general public; ability to establish working relationships with property managers, service partners and low income residents; ability to perform general clerical duties; detail oriented and ability to handle multiple tasks; willingness, mental and physical ability to perform the duties involved in this classification. Ability to perform work with or without an accommodation that requires sitting, standing, and walking, dexterity of hands and clarity of vision, speech and hearing and powers of observation; other physical duties as required. LICENSES REQUIRED: Valid Tennessee Driver’s License. LAST DATE FOR ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Friday, October 25, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. TDD#252-8599 To request a reasonable accommodation or assistance with language interpretation


Operations Associate - October 18, 2013

Title: Operations Associate


Posting Date: October 18, 2013


Keywords: Business Administration, Communications, HR


Description: Operations Associate – Memphis Teacher Talent Initiative Memphis, TN Launch your Career in Education! TNTP seeks a full-time Operations Associate for the Memphis Teacher Talent Initiative (MTTI). This position is based in Memphis and is available immediately. Who We Are TNTP is a national non-profit that has reimagined teaching. We believe great teaching is transformative and that teachers, more than any other factor in education, have the greatest impact on whether or not a student will succeed in school. We were founded by teachers and they are at the center of everything we do. Our mission is to end educational inequality by providing excellent teachers to students who need them most and by advancing policies and practices that ensure effective teaching happens in every classroom. The Memphis Teacher Talent Initiative works with Memphis City Schools to supply high-quality teachers, support effective matches between candidates and schools, strengthen hiring practices, and ensure that all of the district’s principals can choose the best teachers for their classrooms from the strongest possible pool of candidates. Who We Want TNTP pushes the boundaries of what’s possible in public education every day, and we seek candidates who share our vision of ending educational inequality. Our employees are bright, dynamic, and dedicated to overcoming incredible challenges in order to achieve remarkable results. More than a job, working at TNTP is a commitment. Every job is essential, and every employee’s contributions and ideas are integral to our success. The Operations Associate will support the MTTI’s ambitious goals to build a high-quality, qualified candidate pool to fill teacher vacancies by communicating directly with candidates and school hiring teams, collecting and tracking documentation, and assisting with recruiting and staffing events. The Operations Associate will manage the day-to-day MTTI operations activities, ensure the success of key operations processes and generate solutions to program challenges. We are looking for a detail-oriented individual who excels at building working relationships, who has strong organizational systems and a deep understanding that every logistical detail connects to our larger mission of providing great teachers for the kids of Memphis City- Shelby County. What We Offer TNTP offers a motivated team of dynamic colleagues, a collegial atmosphere that values professional development and the free exchange of feedback, a comprehensive benefits plan effective on the first day of employment – including low cost medical, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, flexible spending account options, generous vacation time, a 403(b) plan with employer match, potential opportunities for performance based bonuses – as well as the opportunity to influence the direction of a growing, mission-driven organization that is committed to the success of our nation’s children. Qualifications We seek detail-oriented, independent and self-motivated candidates who thrive in a dynamic environment, believe deeply in TNTP's mission and display a proven record of achievement in challenging situations. Successful candidates will also demonstrate: • Exceptional communication and writing skills • Strong organizational skills • Extraordinary attention to detail • Excellent computer skills including database management and Microsoft Office suite, particularly Microsoft Excel • A commitment to producing consistently high quality, detailed work • The ability to manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously • The ability to learn quickly and work in a fast paced environment • The ability to work well independently and with others • The ability to work effectively with others at all levels of an organization and consistently display a high level of professionalism in all interactions • The ability to identify challenges and work to find solutions • Knowledge of the Human Resources administrative functions and processes preferred The position is a 40-hour/week position and requires additional hours during the busy season (May-August). This role also offers the successful candidate the opportunity to have a profound impact on how teachers are recruited, selected and prepared to teach in high needs schools in Shelby County Schools. Compensation The annual salary for this full-time position is $40,000 or commensurate with experience in a similar position, with the potential to earn up to $5,000 in overtime and the potential for a performance based bonus. TNTP may also offer a relocation stipend to help defray the cost of moving for this role, if applicable. To Apply Please submit your resume and tailored cover letter online: http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH05/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=THENEWTEACHERPROJECT&cws=1&rid=1505 We review applications on a rolling basis – so it is to your advantage to apply as soon as possible. We will not consider applications without a cover letter tailored to this position, which can be addressed to the Human Capital department. Please note that an offer of employment will be subject to the successful completion of a background check. TNTP is committed to fostering and capitalizing on the diversity of our organization. We are an equal opportunity employer and seek individuals of all ethnic and racial backgrounds to apply to this position. Learn More TNTP: www.tntp.org Benefits: http://tntp.org/join/our-benefits Hiring process: http://tntp.org/join/hiring-process


Data & Technology Associate - October 18, 2013

Title: Data & Technology Associate


Posting Date: October 18, 2013


Keywords: MIS, Computer Science


Description: Data & Technology Associate – Memphis Teacher Talent Initiative Memphis, TN Launch your Career in Education! TNTP seeks a full-time Data & Technology Associate for the Memphis Teacher Talent Initiative (MTTI). This position is based in Memphis and is available immediately. Who We Are TNTP is a national non-profit that has reimagined teaching. We believe great teaching is transformative and that teachers, more than any other factor in education, have the greatest impact on whether or not a student will succeed in school. We were founded by teachers and they are at the center of everything we do. Our mission is to end educational inequality by providing excellent teachers to students who need them most and by advancing policies and practices that ensure effective teaching happens in every classroom. The Memphis Teacher Talent Initiative works with Memphis City Schools to supply high-quality teachers, support effective matches between candidates and schools, strengthen hiring practices, and ensure that all of the district’s principals can choose the best teachers for their classrooms from the strongest possible pool of candidates. Who We Want TNTP pushes the boundaries of what’s possible in public education every day, and we seek candidates who share our vision of ending educational inequality. Our employees are bright, dynamic, and dedicated to overcoming incredible challenges in order to achieve remarkable results. More than a job, working at TNTP is a commitment. Every job is essential, and every employee’s contributions and ideas are integral to our success. The Data and Technology Associate will support the MTTI team by designing and maintaining data management systems, compiling key data to generate reports towards contract goals and inform strategy that will build a high-quality, qualified candidate pool to fill teacher vacancies. The Data and Technology Associate will also maintain a system of tracking internal technology ticket requests to ensure prompt, solution-oriented responses and regularly perform audits to maintain exceptional data integrity practices. This position offers the successful candidate the opportunity to have a profound impact on how teachers are hired in schools in Memphis/Shelby County. We are looking for a detail-oriented individual who excels at data analysis and reporting, can improve upon our existing technology platforms, and has a deep understanding that every detail connects to our larger mission of providing great teachers for the kids of Memphis City- Shelby County. What We Offer TNTP offers a motivated team of dynamic colleagues, a collegial atmosphere that values professional development and the free exchange of feedback, a comprehensive benefits plan effective on the first day of employment – including low cost medical, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, flexible spending account options, generous vacation time, a 403(b) plan with employer match, potential opportunities for performance based bonuses – as well as the opportunity to influence the direction of a growing, mission-driven organization that is committed to the success of our nation’s children. Qualifications We seek detail-oriented, independent and self-motivated candidates who thrive in a dynamic environment, believe deeply in TNTP's mission and display a proven record of achievement in challenging situations. Successful candidates will also demonstrate: • Exceptionally strong skillset with Microsoft Excel • Extraordinary attention to detail • High comfort level with database platforms (Zoho Creator, SQL, Access, Tableau preferred) • Comfortable with ambiguity and able develop new solutions and system improvements even in vague situations • Experience building complex reports or queries • Ability to aggregate and effectively analyze large volumes of data • A commitment to producing consistently high quality, detailed work • The ability to manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously • The ability to learn quickly and work in a fast paced environment • The ability to work well independently and with others • The ability to work effectively with others at all levels of an organization and consistently display a high level of professionalism in all interactions • The ability to identify challenges and work to find solutions The position is a 40-hour/week position and requires additional hours during the busy season (May-August). This role also offers the successful candidate the opportunity to have a profound impact on how teachers are recruited, selected and prepared to teach in high needs schools in Shelby County Schools. Compensation The annual salary for this full-time position is $40,000 or commensurate with experience in a similar position, with the potential to earn up to $5,000 in overtime and the potential for a performance based bonus. TNTP may also offer a relocation stipend to help defray the cost of moving for this role, if applicable. To Apply Please submit your resume and tailored cover letter online: http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH05/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=THENEWTEACHERPROJECT&cws=1&rid=1504 We review applications on a rolling basis – so it is to your advantage to apply as soon as possible. We will not consider applications without a cover letter tailored to this position, which can be addressed to the Human Capital department. Please note that an offer of employment will be subject to the successful completion of a background check. TNTP is committed to fostering and capitalizing on the diversity of our organization. We are an equal opportunity employer and seek individuals of all ethnic and racial backgrounds to apply to this position. Learn More TNTP: www.tntp.org Benefits: http://tntp.org/join/our-benefits Hiring process: http://tntp.org/join/hiring-process


Historic Preservation officer/ Housing Coordinator - October 16, 2013

Title: Historic Preservation officer/ Housing Coordinator


Posting Date: October 16, 2013


Keywords: History, English,Ag Business


Description: Historic Preservation Officer/ Housing Coordinator Northwest TN Development District in Martin TN has an opening for a Housing Grants Coordinator / Historic Preservation Officer Will promote and serve as the Historic Preservation Officer for the Northwest TN Region. This will entail helping area properties get listed on the State of Tennessee Historic Registry and obtain grants to help fund historic preservation in the region. This position will also serve as the District’s Housing Coordinator which will work closely with Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) staff to ensure the housing planning process is carried out under the terms of a State of Tennessee grant given to the Northwest TN Development District to assist the nine county region with housing planning and needs. This position will administer the Emergency Repair Program (ERP) and work closely with USDA Rural Development in obtaining match dollars to repair homes for the elderly. This position will also seek and write grants for the communities in the nine county region to promote affordable housing and housing services in the region. This individual needs to have the following skills to fill this position: Knowledge and ability to use computers, Ability to conduct meetings with/for elected officials. Ability to conceptualize, organize and write in a clear and concise manner. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to write narratives and applications for grants representing a myriad of funding sources. This position requires some overnight travel. Four-year college degree required. (Preference for a degree in History) Salary range is mid to high twenties depending on education, experience and work history. Position available until filled. Send cover letter and resume to: Attn: Ken Thorne, Northwest TN Development District, 124 Weldon Dr., Martin, TN 38237 No phone calls please Northwest Tennessee Development District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate based of race, sex, or religious origin.


Probation Officer - October 16, 2013

Title: Probation Officer


Posting Date: October 16, 2013


Keywords: Criminal Justice, Sociology, Social Work


Description: Probation Officer   Supervisory Services, Inc (SSI) has an immediate opening for a probation officer in Weakley and Carroll Counties. Degree Required: A completed Bachelor degree in one of the following: Criminal Justice, Sociology, Social Work, Administration, or Behavioral Sciences Duties: Attend General Sessions Court for probation placements. Supervise clients placed on probation. Monitor special conditions imposed by the court. Monitor court payments and collect fees. Send resumes to: Supervisory Services, Inc. 499 Matheny Rd Dresden, TN. 38225 charmo34@hotmail.com


Electrical Port engineer - October 11, 2013

Title: Electrical Port engineer


Posting Date: October 11, 2013


Keywords: Electrical Engineering


Description: Electrical Port Engineer Ingram Barge Company has an opening for an Electrical Port Engineer in Paducah, KY. This position will be responsible for managing all daily and long term vessel electrical functions and record keeping. Coaches and supervises Chief Engineers and Junior Engineers with daily electrical maintenance and repair. Sources electrical/electronic systems and parts for existing equipment and new installations, and makes recommendations on upgrades (electrical) and replacements. Responsibilities: • Attend routine staff, Overhaul, ISAFE & project progress meetings • Determine root cause of failures and recommend solutions to eliminate • Assure onboard maintenance procedures are followed on assigned vessels • Source parts for projects and overhauls/ supervise daily shore side repairs • Issue and properly maintain onboard maintenance procedures • Complete logs, record drawings and other documents • Program all vessel alarms, engines and other PLC based programs • Perform special technical assignments as directed by the VP of Vessel Engineering Qualified applicants should possess a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or similar technology. A minimum of two years of work experience in commercial electrical or related field required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, and be able to utilize Microsoft Office products. Must be able to navigate within shared information servers to track and retrieve maintenance information. Must be able to read and interpret engineering specifications and drawings. Candidate must also have experience with PLC software and have the ability to support vessel based systems. If you are interested in applying for this position please contact Vicki Morgan at (270) 441 1605 or vicki.morgan@ingrambarge.com


Territory Sales Rep., Mgmt Trainee, Merchandiser - October 11, 2013

Title: Territory Sales Rep., Mgmt Trainee, Merchandiser


Posting Date: October 11, 2013


Keywords: B.S. or B.A. Degree all majors


Description: Territory Sales Rep.---Build relationships with customers while pre-selling Pepsi Brands for inventory. ( degree required) Management Trainee --- Learn all aspects of the business and receive hands on managment training. (degree required) Merchandiser --- works with dedicated grocery accounts to keep stock rotated and stocked. Maintains in-store shelf space, inventory and diplays Submit resume to: Pepsi MidAmerican 55 Culley Dr Paris, Tennessee 38242 or tnhrmgr2@pepsimidamerica.com


Customer Service Rep. Training - October 10, 2013

Title: Customer Service Rep. Training


Posting Date: October 10, 2013


Keywords: Computer Science


Description: NOW ENROLLING – Class starts October 22, 2013 COMPANY DESCRIPTION Connected Nation prepares individuals - at no cost - for work with various on-line companies. JOB DESCRIPTION We're looking for people with a great customer focus, computer proficiency, good communication skills, and strong attention to detail. In exchange, we can offer you the opportunity to improve your technology skills and join the 21st Century Workforce! The VisionWeakley Customer Service Representative training program uses a combination of online courses along with group and individual instruction to prepare students for work-at-home employment. Training begins with non-specific, general customer service and then moves to company directed requirements. The VisionWeakley Computer Programming training program works with companies to recruit applicants and train them for the jobs these companies have available. Applicants receive classroom instruction for one to two hours a day, three days a week, over a four-month period covering programming of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, SQL, ASP.Net, C# & Python. It involves considerable personal time and commitment to master these skills, at the end of which the student will be capable of establishing a "web presence". All student assignments and work are posted to our servers and available to the public through the VisionNetwork Student Web Server. Class participants must be willing to: ▪ Obtain a Career Readiness Certificate through our program ▪ Pass a background/credit check during hiring process ▪ Travel to Dresden, TN during 4 week training period for customer service ▪ Upon completion, you may work from the Dresden Work Center or work at home positions are available with landline phone and compatible Internet connection. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION All your information will be kept confidential. LOCATION VisionWeakley 231 S.Wilson Street Dresden, TN 38225 Enroll Online: http://visionnetworkusa.com/ Hours of Operation: 8:30am to 4:30pm Questions: John Davidson (731) 562-0100


Case Officer 1 State Trial Court - October 10, 2013

Title: Case Officer 1 State Trial Court


Posting Date: October 10, 2013


Keywords: Criminal Justice, Behavioral Sciences


Description: Case Officer 1 – State Trial Court An Equal Opportunity Employer SALARY: $27,597/ Annually ISSUE DATE: October 10, 2013 FINAL FILING DATE: October 31, 2013 THE POSITION: This position provides supervision to felony offenders, reporting directly to the supervision coordinator and works closely in conjunction with Judges, Courts, District Attorney, Defense Attorney, Law Enforcement, and any other agency to provide adequate services. This position is located in Community Corrections/Division of State Trial Courts and is a Non-Civil Service- Grant Funded position. TYPICAL DUTIES: • Cover assigned courts as needed • Maintaining case files and records for assigned offenders • Reporting all violations of court order requirements in a timely and consistent manner to the Judicial System • Assigning community service restitution placement and develop victim restitution payments • Evaluating offender progress and identifying problems • Other assigned duty as directed MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice or behavioral science field from an accredited college or university and at least one year of criminal justice, law enforcement, or counseling case management experience preferred. PREFERRED EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITES:.  Knowledge of Tennessee criminal justice systems  Experience in supervision of corrections caseload  Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely both orally and written  Competency in establishing good working relationships with the judicial system and the community  Valid Tennessee Driver's License TO APPLY FAX RESUME TO: Fax to: 615-862-8618 Attn: Larissa Burdette EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


Program coordinator special Events - October 10, 2013

Title: Program coordinator special Events


Posting Date: October 10, 2013


Keywords: Natural Resource Mgmt., Parks and Rec., Family Consumer Science


Description: METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE & DAVIDSON COUNTY Department of Human Resources Invites Applications For The Position Of: Program Coordinator-Special Events Parks and Recreation #14079E An Equal Opportunity Employer Must apply online at: www.nashville.gov Open Competitive Job Announcement SALARY: $38,845.04/year ISSUE DATE: 10/10/2013 FINAL FILING DATE: 10/16/2013 THE POSITION: This position is located in the Parks and Recreation department. The primary responsibility of this position is to oversee all reservations and permitting for Warner Parks events at their special event field and any other Warner Park location. The position would also help in program marketing and promotion for all of the Nature Centers to help increase program participation. This staff person would be based at the Warner Parks HQ building. Position reports to the Special Project Manager for Outdoor Recreation & Natural Resources, who is consulted on operational procedures and assists in developing long and short-range goals. Hours are typically Monday through Friday, but may include variable hours including weekends and evenings. Performs other duties as assigned. TYPICAL DUTIES: • Books and processes permits for the Warner Lodge and the Historic Hodge House. • Manages facilities for Warner Lodge, Historic Hodge House and the Warner HQ, other facilities at Warner Parks. • Point of contact for Steeplechase and all equestrian activities including the Middle Tennessee Pony Club. • Point of contact and permits for all Warner cross country meets. • Assists Warner Park Nature Center and Friends of Warner Park as needed. • Reviews event proposals, plans, and applications from individual and organizations sponsoring events on park property. • Answers questions pertaining to Metro Parks Board policy and Metro codes for events of all kinds and answers inquiries regarding park policy guidelines as they pertain to special events. • Informs sponsors of requirements needed for events. • Assures documentation - insurance certificates, declaration letter from IRS granting 501 (c) status, etc. is correct and maintains files for all events. • Approves invoices, sends permit letters and department notifications, and tracks all fees. • Confers with event planners, people, vendors and contractors to provide technical advice and assists with problem solving. • Works with vendors who supply equipment, and or services, coordinates delivery, pick up, placement and use of equipment or supplies, such as: tents, port-o-lets, golf carts, ice, electrical supplies, etc. • Handles complaints or problems with events and help resolve those problems. • Works closely with Park Police and Park Maintenance to coordinate their help with Special Events. • Submits items for Park Board approval. • Introduces and guides special event applicants through the requirements and permit process. • Uses the internet for information and is comfortable with Microsoft office programs. • Utilizes financial management skills including creating invoices, receipts, handling incoming payments and processing, and keeping track of financial records. • Markets and promotes parks programs and events. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Environmental Education, Biology, Natural Resources, Parks Administration or related field and two and two (2) years of experience in parks system programming Required Licenses: Valid Class D driver license Preferred Knowledge/Abilities/Experience: • Ability to interact well with the public and be customer service oriented • Experience in event management. • Candidate should be highly organized, detail oriented and have the ability to process high flow of permits and requests in a timely manner **An incomplete application or missing documents may result in disqualification. ** Fill in complete work history, do not attach resume in lieu of requested information. 


Associate Sales Rep. - October 7, 2013

Title: Associate Sales Rep.


Posting Date: October 7, 2013


Keywords: Sales, Marketing, Communications


Description: Associate Sales Representative - Nashville, TN A High-growth, Direct-hire Career Opportunity in Technology Sales! Grow a rewarding career in technology sales with CoreBTS, a high-growth technology solutions provider, as an Associate Sales Representative! As an Associate Sales Representative, you will work directly for CoreBTS, a premier channel partner of Cisco Systems, while receiving world-class training for one year through the Cisco® Partner Sales Academy. This position offers accelerated training to manage and develop customer accounts and provides the opportunity to obtain valuable industry certifications to build a sales career in the high-tech industry. Qualifications for Consideration • Graduated within the past five years with a bachelor's degree and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, or military equivalent • Must be driven and achievement-oriented, with strong leadership and collaboration skills • Excellent presentation, written communications, and influencing skills • Experience in sales is preferred: telesales, business-to-business (B2B), direct, retail, inside, or field sales • Willingness to relocate to the Cisco® Partner Sales Academy campus in Research Triangle Park, NC for the first 3 months of the training program (January 27th - April 25th) for onsite training. Travel and housing paid for by employer. Description The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and . In addition, the candidate will be able to work effectively with an extended team of technologists and solutions engineers to develop customized solutions for customers. Associate Sales Representatives must be able to articulate the unique business value of CoreBTS to both existing customers and key prospects, while developing solutions that meet evolving customer challenges and needs in a competitive market. About the Cisco® Partner Sales Academy The Cisco® Partner Sales Academy is a 12-month program, combining 13 to 15 weeks of in-depth, on-site professional and technical development with 9 months of mentoring and on-the-job training. The program is for individuals who are driven to succeed, with strong interpersonal skills, an interest in leading-edge technology, and a desire to collaborate with others. In this role, you will receive a highly-competitive compensation plan (including salary and commissions), accelerated career opportunities, and excellent benefits. For more information about the Cisco® Partner Sales Academy, or to apply online, please visit http://ciscopsa.talentrooster.com or send your resume directly to psa.americas@cisco.external.com. Misty King Recruiter Direct: 919.322.5391 Main: 919.851.9880 Cell: 919.995.1137 www.accurogroup.com Join us on October 12th for the Light the Night Walk! Click here to register.


TN soybean Promotion Communications director - October 1, 2013

Title: TN soybean Promotion Communications director


Posting Date: October 1, 2013


Keywords: Communications,Marketing, Ag Business


Description: Tennessee Soybean Promotion Council Communications Director The Tennessee Soybean Promotion Council in Jackson, Tennessee is seeking a communications professional to join the staff team. As the communications director you will lead and implement exciting programs. You will serve as the liaison between our organization and the industry to position commodity issues, services, and partnerships in the marketplace. Typical areas of measurement would include quality of information created, timeliness, overall satisfaction of the council, and cooperation within the team. Responsibilities Include: • Work with staff to develop a communications plan to help achieve council goals • Coordinate and execute projects while complying with a federal commodity program • Provide ongoing communications/public relations/marketing counsel to board and staff • Strive to constantly gain knowledge of U.S. and Tennessee agriculture • Serve as day-to-day liaison with vendors and partners on all aspects of project strategy Requirements: • Live in the Jackson area and be available to work flexible hours when needed • Team skills necessary to work effectively with others in accomplishing goals • Training in strategy development with a strong understanding of building a communications plan that supports goals and strategy • Writing ability for speeches, news releases, and media functions • Ability to manage social media websites • Knowledge of agriculture or ability to quickly grasp knowledge and understanding of modern agricultural production practices and industry issues • Travel up to 30% of time • Present and exhibit in industry conferences and agricultural field days • Business acumen (financial, marketing and strategic) and communication skills (verbal, written, and listening) necessary to effectively interface with consumers • Computer knowledge and the ability to work with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook • Assist in stocking and maintaining sample products at the office Salary is commensurate with experience. Minimum of BS degree required. Please mail your resume to the Tennessee Soybean Promotion Council, 100 Executive Drive, Jackson, TN 38305 by October 28.


Software Developer - September 30, 2013

Title: Software Developer


Posting Date: September 30, 2013


Keywords: Computer Science


Description: Description: Software Developer Software Developer Job Purpose: Develops software by designing, developing, and installing software solutions. Software Developer Job Duties: • Determines operational feasibility by evaluating analysis, problem definition, requirements, solution development, and proposed solutions. • Documents and demonstrates solutions by developing documentation, flowcharts, layouts, diagrams, charts, code comments and clear code. • Prepares and installs solutions by determining and designing system specifications, standards, and programming. • Improves operations by conducting systems analysis; recommending changes in policies and procedures. • Updates job knowledge by studying state-of-the-art development tools, programming techniques, and computing equipment; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations. • Protects operations by keeping information confidential. • Provides information by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing development and service issues. • Accomplishes organization mission by completing related results as needed. • Develops software solutions by studying information needs; conferring with users; studying systems flow, data usage, and work processes; investigating problem areas; following the software development lifecycle. Skills/Qualifications: Analyzing Information , General Programming Skills mainly VB.Net and SQL server, Software Design, Software Debugging, Software Documentation, Software Testing, Problem Solving, Teamwork, Software Development Fundamentals, Software Development Process, Software Requirements If interested contact Michael Hayes at michael.hayes@savantlearningsystems.com


Financial Institution Specialist - September 30, 2013

Title: Financial Institution Specialist


Posting Date: September 30, 2013


Keywords: Business, Econ., Finance, Accounting


Description: Job Title: Financial Institution Specialist (Trainee) Locations: Approximately 100 positions to be filled at multiple locations (see reverse side) Duration: 3-4 year training program leading to professional certification as a commissioned bank examiner (upon successful completion of an initial two-year excepted service appointment under the FDIC’s Recent Graduates Program, trainees will be non-competitively converted to a permanent career appointment to complete the remainder of the training program). Compensation: Salaries start at $51,032-$68,380 per annum, depending on location, with regular salary increases and an excellent vacation and benefits package. Duties: This is an entry-level trainee position with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, one of the nation's premier bank regulatory agencies. Financial Institution Specialist (FIS) positions are located at 85 FDIC office locations throughout the U.S. Successful applicants are placed in a 3-4 year training program leading to professional certification as a commissioned bank examiner or resolutions and receivership specialist. The program includes both formal classroom and on-the-job training, and every participant is assigned an individual coach or mentor. Participants receive regular grade and pay increases during the program as they complete established training benchmarks. During the first year of the program, participants perform rotational assignments to become familiar with the Corporation’s major business functions. They are then placed in one of three disciplines to complete the requirements for a commission: (1) Risk Management (to evaluate the financial condition of insured institutions); (2) Compliance/Consumer Protection (to ensure compliance with fair lending, consumer protection, and community reinvestment statutes and regulations); or (3) Resolutions/Receivership Management (to oversee the closure of failed financial institutions and management of the ensuing receiverships). FISs typically work in teams and often must travel extensively to conduct on-site exams or close failed banks. They assess financial institutions to determine whether they are following safe and sound banking practices, maintaining effective internal controls and procedures, managing their institutions effectively, and complying with all applicable laws and regulations, including those relating to consumer protection, privacy, community reinvestment, and fair lending. They also participate in activities related to the closing and sale of failing financial institutions and the management of the ensuing receivership, including the management and disposition of failed bank assets. The FDIC seeks applicants with strong analytical and quantitative skills, knowledge of the basic principles of accounting and finance; the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, the ability to work both independently and in teams, and an interest in public service. Minimum Educational and Other Requirements: 1. U. S. citizenship. 2. Completion between December 27, 2010, and June 15, 2014, of an undergraduate or graduate degree at an accredited college or university with a major in business administration, banking, finance, economics, accounting, marketing, or a related field; and fulfillment of specified requirements for Superior Academic Achievement as an undergraduate or completion of at least one year of study at the graduate level. 3. Completion before beginning work of at least 24 semester hours (or equivalent) of undergraduate and/or graduate coursework in economics, accounting, finance, marketing, or business administration, including at least 6 semester hours (or equivalent) of accounting coursework at an accredited college or university. How to Apply: If you are interested, apply online at the following web site by November 22, 2013: http://www.fdic.gov/about/jobs/CEPcareers. The best qualified applicants will be invited to Washington, DC, for interviews at FDIC expense during the week of January 13-17, 2014. For More Information: Please contact Human Resource Specialists Anita Gallman at (703) 562-2387 or Karen Blandford at (703) 562-6424. Locations: Applicants may apply for consideration at up to five of the following locations (if more than one location is selected, applicants are required to designate locations in order of preference): Albuquerque, NM Atlanta, GA Austin, TX Baltimore (Columbia), MD Birmingham (Hoover), AL Boston (Lexington), MA Charlotte, NC Chicago, IL Cincinnati, OH Columbia, MO Columbus, OH Denver, CO Des Moines, IA Ft. Lauderdale, FL Hartford, CT Houston, TX Indianapolis, IN Jamesburg (Middlesex County), NJ Knoxville, TN Lexington, KY Mankato, MN Memphis, TN Minneapolis, MN Nashville, TN New York, NY Oklahoma City, OK Orange County, CA Pensacola, FL Phoenix, AZ Raleigh, NC Richmond, VA Salt Lake City, UT San Francisco, CA San Juan, PR Savannah, GA Seattle, WA Springfield, MA St. Louis, MO Tampa, FL Wilmington, DE


Entry-level Insurance Underwriter - September 25, 2013

Title: Entry-level Insurance Underwriter


Posting Date: September 25, 2013


Keywords: B.S. Degree


Description: ENTRY-LEVEL INSURANCE UNDERWRITER Job Description Auto-Owners Insurance, a top-rated Insurance Carrier, is seeking an entry level motivated Underwriting professional to join our team. The position requires the person to: • Learn various insurance coverages and contracts along with company philosophy and procedures, in order to make underwriting decisions. • Become familiar with company policies, manuals, forms and endorsements in order to understand their meaning and use. • Analyze loss experience, financial conditions and physical characteristics of risks. • Acquires a working knowledge of supporting sections of the underwriting department. • Effectively communicate with independent agents and other employees through verbal and/or written means. Desired Skills & Experience • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience • Ability to organize data, multi-task and make decisions independently • Above average communication skills (written and verbal) • Ability to resolve complex issues • An interest in developing product knowledge through participation in approved educational programs Benefits Competitive salary, matching 401K retirement plans, fully-funded Pension plan, bonus programs, paid holidays, vacation days, personal days, paid sick leave, and a comprehensive health care plan. *Please note that the ability to work in the U.S. without current or future sponsorship is a requirement. Company Description Auto-Owners Insurance is a Fortune 500 company that was established in 1916 and operates in 26 states. Its corporate headquarters are in Lansing, Michigan. For over 90 years, Auto-Owners has been dedicated to the independent agency system. Auto-Owners provides a wide range of career opportunities and welcomes candidates from variety of majors. Auto-Owners is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To learn more and apply for this opportunity go to: http://www.auto-owners.com/career-center


Entry level Insurance Claims Rep. - September 25, 2013

Title: Entry level Insurance Claims Rep.


Posting Date: September 25, 2013


Keywords: B.S. Degree


Description: ENTRY-LEVEL INSURANCE CLAIM REPRESENTATIVE Job Description Auto-Owners Insurance, a top-rated Insurance Carrier, is seeking a motivated individual to join our team as an Associate Claim Representative. The position requires the person to: • Investigate and assemble facts, determine policy coverage, evaluate the amount of loss, analyze legal liability and pay or deny losses. • Become familiar with insurance coverage by studying insurance policies, endorsements and forms. • Works towards the resolution of claims, and may attend arbitrations, mediations, depositions, or trials as necessary. • Ensures that claims payments are issued in a timely and accurate manner. • Service the needs of agents, policyholders and others. • Handle investigations by phone, mail and on-site investigations. Desired Skills & Experience • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience • Above average communication skills (written and verbal) • Ability to resolve complex issues • Organize and interpret data • Ability to handle multiple assignments • Detailed oriented Benefits: Competitive salary, matching 401(k) retirement plans, fully-funded pension plan, bonus programs, paid holidays, vacation days, personal days, paid sick leave, and a comprehensive health care plan. *Please note that the ability to work in the U.S. without current or future sponsorship is a requirement. Company Description Auto-Owners Insurance is a Fortune 500 company that was established in 1916 and operates in 26 states. Its corporate headquarters are in Lansing, Michigan. For over 90 years, Auto-Owners has been dedicated to the independent agency system. Auto-Owners provides a wide range of career opportunities and welcomes candidates from variety of majors. Auto-Owners is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To learn more and apply for this opportunity go to: http://www.auto-owners.com/career-center


Lab Forensic Tech- Drug ID - September 23, 2013

Title: Lab Forensic Tech- Drug ID


Posting Date: September 23, 2013


Keywords: Chemistry,Biology,Forensic Sci or related field


Description: METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE & DAVIDSON COUNTY Department of Human Resources Invites Applications For The Position Of: Crime Lab Forensic Technician – Drug Identification Unit An Equal Opportunity Employer View entire posting and apply on line at: www.nashville.gov Open Competitive Job Announcement #C14060E SALARY: $38,845.04 ISSUE DATE: 9/23/13 FINAL FILING DATE: Until filled THE POSITION: The MNPD (Metro Nashville Police Department) Crime Laboratory Forensic Technician - Drug Identification Unit shall be directly accountable to the MNPD Crime Laboratory Forensic Scientist Supervisor - Drug Identification Unit for the proper assistance to forensic analysts and supervisors/technical leaders in examining evidence and maintaining laboratory records. Incumbent may be required to work past regular hours or work extended hours. *Extensive Background Checks are performed on applicants for the Police Department.* TYPICAL DUTIES: • Performs chemical and analytical tests on evidence under the supervision of a Forensic Scientist or Unit Supervisor • Collects samples for training and validation of laboratory equipment and procedures • Conducts validations, performance checks, recalibrations, and maintains records of laboratory instruments and other technical equipment • Maintains the chain of custody and ensures specimen storage procedures comply with written standards • Conducts quality control testing on reagents and supplies • Participates in laboratory case work-up and preparation of displays for court presentations • Performs physical inventories of equipment and supplies • Maintains technical laboratory files and records of evidence transfer • Cleans and sterilizes laboratory utensils, equipment, and facilities • Maintains laboratory safety using standard written procedures • Learns and applies new procedures including evidence preparation • Enters evidence into LIMS and generates report results • Generates supervisory statistical reports and attends staff meetings • Works to ensure the workplace is a dynamic, safe environment to conduct business • Provides testimony when requested in court • Maintains education, proficiency testing, and/or certification in drug identification discipline as required MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, biology, forensic science or closely related field. Certifications, specific skills, knowledge and related experience will be considered. Valid “Class D” driver’s license. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. PREFERRED EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: • Prefer a minimum of 24 semester hours of college chemistry • Knowledge of ASCLD/LAB - International laboratory standards • Knowledge and experience with laboratory information management system (LIMS) • Knowledge of elementary principles, practices, and techniques of biology and chemistry • Knowledge of Civil Service and departmental rules, polices, and procedures • Knowledge in legal chain of custody • Ability to collect and enter scientific data into databases, retrieve results, confirm agreement, and write formal reports • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing • Ability to communicate pertinent information relative to assignments/duties • Ability to follow oral and written procedures and policies • Ability to formulate and present ideas in an effective manner • Ability to perform standard chemical and biological tests accurately and evaluate results • Ability to read and comprehend authoritative directives, laws, and ordinances • Ability to work cooperatively with others • Ability to work safely with biological and chemical hazards without presenting a direct threat to self or others **An Incomplete application or missing documents may result in disqualification.** Fill in complete work history, do not attach resume in lieu of requested information. 


Crime Lab Forensic Tech - September 19, 2013

Title: Crime Lab Forensic Tech


Posting Date: September 19, 2013


Keywords: Chemistry, Biology, Natural Sciences, Forensic Science


Description: Crime Lab Forensic Technician – Firearm and Tool Mark Identification Unit An Equal Opportunity Employer View entire posting and apply on line at: www.nashville.gov Open Competitive Job Announcement #C14059E SALARY: $38,845.04 ISSUE DATE: 9/18/13 FINAL FILING DATE: Until filled THE POSITION: The MNPD (Metro Nashville Police Department) Crime Laboratory Forensic Technician - Firearm and Tool Mark Identification Unit shall be directly accountable to the MNPD Crime Laboratory Forensic Scientist Supervisor - Firearm and Tool Mark Identification Unit. The position assists with conducting scientific tests, collecting data, maintaining records and performing forensic laboratory duties with regard to firearms, ammunition, tool marks and related forensic evidence. Incumbent may be required to work past regular hours or work extended hours. Willing and able to lift up to 50 lbs. *Extensive Background Checks are performed on applicants of the Police Department.* TYPICAL DUTIES: • Collects scientific data in the forensic firearm and tool mark laboratory • Prepares chemical reagents • Performs quality control tests using standard laboratory equipment • Performs laboratory housekeeping • Performs routine maintenance checks on equipment • Assists Forensic Unit Examiners with casework • Receives, prepares, and returns evidence following written policy • Follows departmental chain of custody procedures • Performs detailed documentation both written and photographically of firearms and tool mark related evidence under the supervision of a Firearm and Tool Mark Forensic Scientist or Unit Supervisor • Maintains technical laboratory files • Follows all safety rules and procedures when handling evidence and test firing firearms • Evaluates, classifies, and test-fires firearms in preparation for forensic examination of evidence items • Performs NIBIN computer database entry as required MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in a natural science, forensic science, or a closely related field from an accredited university. Five (5) years experience in an accredited forensic laboratory may be substituted for the bachelor’s degree. Certifications, specific skills, knowledge and related experience will be considered. Valid “Class D” driver’s license. PREFERRED EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITES: • Knowledge of ASCLD/LAB - International laboratory standards • Knowledge of laboratory information management system (LIMS) • Knowledge of elementary principles, practices, and techniques of biology and chemistry • Knowledge of Civil Service and departmental rules, polices, and procedures • Knowledge of legal chain of custody • Ability to collect and enter scientific data into databases, retrieve results, confirm agreement, and write formal reports • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing • Ability to communicate pertinent information relative to assignments/duties • Ability to follow oral and written procedures and policies • Ability to formulate and present ideas in an effective manner • Ability to perform standard chemical and biological tests accurately and evaluate results • Ability to read and comprehend authoritative directives, laws, and ordinances • Ability to work cooperatively with others • Ability to work safely with biological and chemical hazards without presenting a direct threat to self or others **An Incomplete application or missing documents may result in disqualification.** Fill in complete work history, do not attach resume in lieu of requested information. 


Asst Dir- customer Support Services - September 19, 2013

Title: Asst Dir- customer Support Services


Posting Date: September 19, 2013


Keywords: ITS, Computer Science, MIS


Description: METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE & DAVIDSON COUNTY Department of Human Resources Invites Applications For The Position Of: IS Assistant Director-Customer Support Services #14066E An Equal Opportunity Employer Must Apply on line at: www.nashville.gov Open Competitive Job Announcement SALARY: $85,749.36-$95,182.54/Year ISSUE DATE: 9/18/2013 FINAL FILING DATE: 9/25/2013 THE POSITION: This position is responsible and accountable for strategic, operational, and financial management of the Customer Support Services divisions of the Information Technology Services (ITS) department, including the desktop support, help desk and data center operations staff of around 36 staff members. The position reports directly to and supports the director of the ITS department in coordination of customer services processes and systems within the department and across the Metropolitan Government. Perform related duties as required. ITS is a 24x7 information technology shop. Applicant must be willing and available to perform duties as required by the job. This may include occasional work on nights, weekends and holidays as necessary. ***Resume must be attached to the application in order to be considered*** *** This list will expire in six months *** Major Job Responsibilities: • Manage and provide leadership to a team of Desktop Support, Desktop Deployment, Service Desk, and Data Center Operations Managers. These managers directly lead staffs that support Metro Departmental customers on a 24 hours/7 day a week basis. This includes managing a team with the responsibility for results in terms of Service level attainment, performance standards, customer satisfaction, employee knowledge and retention, cost minimization and process improvement. • Design and manage the IT Service Management initiative to improve customer service systems, processes and practices across Metro ITS. • Provide oversight and direction for lifecycle management of an inventory of 8,000 deployed desktops, laptops, and tablets and associated technology refresh products. • Provide resources for and assist in the direction of Windows 7 rollout across Metro departments and agencies. • Collaborate as part of a leadership team to develop plans and drive important business strategies to provide outstanding customer service, streamline processes, and meet financial goals. • Coordinate and communicate with other managers within ITS to leverage resources and discuss solutions to matters of significance. • Assist in identification and mitigation/management of information security risks associated with services provided to departmental customers, and for compliance with information security policy and practice for employees. • Provide direction and management for identifying and addressing gaps in service policy, practices, and procedures and the documentation of same. • Establish a working relationship with key business stakeholders to assist in fulfilling requests and monitoring performance against customer expectations. Minimum Qualifications: • Education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university and thorough management experience in systems development, database management, computer operations, technical support, or communications; Candidates should possess thorough (7 to 10 years) experience and hands-on knowledge in the following areas: o Managing desktop support services for a large company or agency o Managing helpdesk staff, service delivery and support for a large company or agency o Knowledge of Microsoft Windows XP/7/8 and Microsoft Office Suite 2007/2010/2013 • Possess a Valid “Class D” Driver’s License Candidate must receive and maintain a passing status from Metro Nashville Police Department (MNPD) background check. Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Master’s Degree preferred • Experience in deployment and support of personal computers and general networking aspects. • Experience working in service/help desk processes. • Experience in data center operations. • Experience working with Microsoft Systems Center, including Config Manager and Service Manager. • Knowledge of best practices and industry standards around IT Service Management. • Local government experience helpful. • Industry Certification such as A+, MCDST, or MCITP. • ITIL or ISO/IEC 20000 certification. **An incomplete application or missing documents may result in disqualification.** Fill in complete work history, do not attach resume in lieu of requested information. 


Crop Consulting Positions - September 18, 2013

Title: Crop Consulting Positions


Posting Date: September 18, 2013


Keywords: Ag. Business, Plant and Soil, Agriculture


Description: Available Full time Crop consulting positions – Hopkinsville, KY - Charleston, MO - Trenton, TN Minimum Years Experience required: zero but experience would be a bonus. Salary: Entry level 30-35K, experienced candidate’s $35-45K Bonus potential of 10-20% of base salary is available after 12-18 months. Other Benefits: Company provides full individual health insurance, simple retirement plan (matching at 100% up to 3% of salary), and also provides a company truck (after initial training period). Company Description: Wheat Tech, Inc. is an independent consulting firm based in Russellville, KY. Our primary goal is to provide area growers agronomically sound consulting programs. Our specialties are intensively managed wheat, corn and soybean production. We also specialize in precision Ag services. We have a large research and development unit specializing in wheat, corn and soybean research in multiple states. We have customers in Kentucky, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Tennessee. We currently have 26 employees and consult on approximately 365,000 ac. Summary of Position: Positions are full time starting immediately. First year will be assisting experienced Crop consultants while at the same time undergoing intensive training in scouting multiple crops. After initial 12-18 months applicant will be assigned an area to develop. Areas of responsibility: Consulting: will include scouting fields for weeds, insects and diseases. It will also include taking stand counts, tiller counts, and monitoring growth stages to select appropriate application timings. Time will also be spent in assisting other consultants with planter/drill setting, harvesting strip plots, soil sampling and precision Ag services. Research: Will consist of helping R&D personnel plant, spray and harvest corn, soybean or wheat research plots. You will also be required to take herbicide notes, stand counts, insect counts, rate disease levels and assist in field day preparations. Education/Skills required B.S. in Agronomy, Entomology, Ag business, Plant and Soil Science, Plant Pathology or other related technical agricultural field. Preference will be given to candidates with a higher percentage of agronomy and precision ag courses. Basic computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet). Previous field research, agricultural internship, crop consultingor precision Ag experience would be a definite advantage. Farm background would also be beneficial. Valid driver’s license + good driving record . US citizen or Valid Green card holder Contact: Monica Alewine 1-270-586-1776 or monicaalewine@wheattech.com


Operations Director - September 18, 2013

Title: Operations Director


Posting Date: September 18, 2013


Keywords: Business, Management,Communications, Political Science


Description: TennCare Eligibility Appeals Operations Director Job Description: The Bureau of TennCare is seeking an Appeals Operations Director in the TennCare Member Services Division. The Appeals Operations Director will lead a team of thirty (30) employees comprising the Appeals Clerk’s Office and the Order Implementation Unit in the eligibility appeals Division. The Clerk’s Office will perform administrative functions for the TennCare/CoverKids eligibility Appeals organization, including scheduling of hearings, printing and mailing duties, and archiving closed files. The Order Implementation Unit is responsible for reviewing Final Orders and implementing the Order as written by the Administrative Hearing Official. The TennCare Eligibility Operations Director will provide mentoring, answer questions and evaluate policy and procedure, review Chancery Court records prior to the submission to the TennCare Eligibility Appeals Administrator, evaluate Final Orders and provide guidance on the implementation process to ensure Final Orders are implemented consistently following the law and policy. This position will work closely with the Litigation Director to ensure petitions are filed timely upon Orders that cannot be implemented as written. Qualifications: • Bachelor’s Degree • Minimum of four years management/supervision experience in either state government, healthcare or eligibility related field • Ability to foster and maintain cohesive working relationships • Ability to adapt to changing priorities and deadlines • Ability to maintain accurate records • Ability to exercise sound judgment • Strong organizational skills necessary, including the ability to prioritize, multi-task and manage workload to meet specific timeframes and deadlines • Excellent writing and communication skills required Job Location: Nashville, Tennessee How to Apply: Qualified candidates should send their resumes along with a cover letter to Ms. Danielle Rodriguez at memberservices.jobs@tn.gov by September 23, 2013.


Fitness Instructor - September 18, 2013

Title: Fitness Instructor


Posting Date: September 18, 2013


Keywords: Health and Human Performance


Description: METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE & DAVIDSON COUNTY Department of Human Resources Invites Applications For The Position Of: Specialized Skills Instructor-Fitness Programs Parks and Recreation #14046E An Equal Opportunity Employer Must apply online at: www.nashville.gov Open Competitive Job Announcement SALARY: $35,072.96/year ISSUE DATE: 9/16/2013 FINAL FILING DATE: 9/23/2013 THE POSITION: This position is located in the Parks and Recreation department. This position performs the professional duties involved in developing and instructing a variety of educational, training, or arts related programs or courses. Also, the position will be responsible for coordinating and supervising the operations of a revenue producing facility. This classification receives general supervision and reports to the Facility Coordinator, who establishes the overall goals of his/her particular program(s) and assists with unusual or complex situations. This position is frequently required to work a flexible work schedule. Performs additional duties as assigned. TYPICAL DUTIES: • Determines community needs and interests. • Plans, develops and facilitates fitness programs, services, and classes. • Recruits guest instructors, coaches and/or service providers as needed. • Monitors programs to ensure that proper services are provided. • Monitors fitness equipment and facilities to ensure safety and proper maintenance. • Works to promote community awareness of the program(s). • Performs administrative functions. • Keeps accurate records and submits timely, clear and accurate program reports. • Documents program attendance, successes and challenges through reports, narratives and photographs. • May receive and account for any monies that come into the program. • Attends meetings and workshops as needed. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science, Health/Physical Education, Athletics, Kinesiology, Exercise Physiology or a related field from an accredited college or university and one (1) year of professional experience in a public fitness and/or recreation program is required OR High School Diploma and seven (7) years increasingly responsible experience working in the specialized area of instruction Licenses Required Valid "Class D" Driver's License Current NCCA – accredited, health/fitness-related certifications Current CPR/AED Preferred Knowledge/Abilities/Experience: Certification in one or more fitness areas from a recognized professional organization such as ACE, AFAA, ACSM, or NSTA 3 years experience managing a fitness/wellness/athletic training program or related field/facility and ACSM Certification (American College of Sports Medicine) Knowledge of current trends in physical fitness Knowledge of industry-current fitness equipment, weight training equipment and personal training methods Knowledge of safety rules and regulations related to a variety of fitness programs Skill in working with the public Ability to oversee the development & implementation of a variety of fitness programs Ability to lead physical fitness programs and teach classes for a diverse population Knowledge of administrative theories and practices Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing This position is subject to both pre-employment and random drug testing. **An incomplete application or missing documents may result in disqualification. ** Fill in complete work history, do not attach resume in lieu of requested information. 


Reporter - September 18, 2013

Title: Reporter


Posting Date: September 18, 2013


Keywords: Broadcast Journalism


Description: Please apply through the Meredith Careers, EOE : www.meredith.apply2jobs.com WSMV Nashville, TN Reporter WSMV Job Category News Job Summary WSMV-TV is looking for a reporter who is great at both covering news - and uncovering news - for a shop that truly values enterprise reporting. Your reel should demonstrate that you are journalistically and creatively ambitious, have superior writing and live skills, and are great at explaining complicated stories clearly. You'll work with a large staff of talented photojournalists and a large number of major-market tools to make those stories shine. Must be comfortable in an intense, deadline-driven environment. We're looking for a true team player who is very comfortable serving multiple newscasts and multiple digital platforms at the same time. Photography and editing experience a plus. Must be willing to work long and/or unusual hours as schedules and events dictate, including nights, weekends, and holidays.EOE Job Requirements Education Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism, Communications or related field, or equivalent training and/or experience. Experience Three years experience in print or broadcast journalism. Experience reporting news at a commercial television station preferred. Specific Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must possess advanced understanding of legal and ethical issues impacting journalism. Ability to combine words and pictures into informative and interesting news stories. Advanced knowledge of the locale, governing bodies, demographics and public figures. Ability to edit stories as necessary. Ability to perform quality work in high pressure deadline situations. Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must possess valid Driver’s License. Account Executive WSMV Sales The Account Executive solicits new advertisers and increases share of business for existing advertisers. This individual will need to grow revenue from existing agency accounts, and develop new business revenue streams using the station's many platforms. The Account Executive achieves assigned revenue goals through sale of airtime, internet or other products and services to new and existing clients. The account executive also serves as an important station representative within the local business community. This position will be responsible for selling advertising time and provides continuing service to advertising agencies and direct accounts. Assesses the advertising revenue potential of assigned television and non-television accounts. Conveys advertisers' marketing needs to sales management, research, production and/or promotion in order to design a presentation which shows how the station can fulfill those needs with a television schedule, internet schedule, commercial concept and/or promotional event. Maintains positive client and station personnel relationships. Utilizes available published information about each assigned or prospective advertiser and their industry in order to approach advertiser with an educated sensitivity. Makes presentation to advertisers' key decision makers in written and/or visual form. Manages client-chosen solutions. Provides excellent customer service to clients. Places a priority on the sale of special inventory, marketing events and/or production to increase revenue potential. Adheres to stations' credit and collection policies and procedures. Generates any additional station specific reports as required. Maintains understanding of local market ratings, competitive media, station strengths, industry and product knowledge. Utilizes supplementary market research. Remains updated regarding industry trends through trade publications and marketing seminars. College degree preferred. Related sales/marketing courses and seminars helpful. Minimum two years media sales (TV, radio, cable) background preferred; other business-to-business outside sales considered Full understanding of current TV ratings of share trends, psychographic research and programming philosophies grasp of retail marketing concepts knowledge of strengths and weaknesses of competitive media sales skills and ability to create effective sales promotions. Must have good computer skills, problem solving, and multi-tasking skill. Adaptable and effective negotiator that can thrive in a team-oriented, competitive, fast-paced environment customer service skills and a self starter. Typical office environment with workstation. Must travel locally to meet with clients at their work location Thanking you in advance for posting. Deborah Deborah Mills HR Director | Local Media Group WSMV-TV | 5700 Knob Road Nashville,TN 37209 T:615 353-2206 | F: 615 353-2395 deborah.mills@wsmv.com Note: This email, including any attachments, is for the sole use of the intended recipient(s) and may contain confidential and/or proprietary information. Any unauthorized review, use, disclosure, or distribution is prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, please contact me by email, completely delete it, and destroy all copies of the original message. Privacy Notice: The FCC requires all stations to report the names of community organizations requesting job vacancy information plus the contact person, address, and telephone number of each organization in an annual EEO Public File Report that is available to the general public. 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Sign Design and Production - September 16, 2013

Title: Sign Design and Production


Posting Date: September 16, 2013


Keywords: Graphic Design


Description: Sign Design and Production FASTSIGNS, the nation’s leader in computer signs and graphics, seeks a Computer Graphic Designer in Memphis, TN. FASTSIGNS provides high quality signs & graphics in over 500 locations throughout the U.S. Our franchise system sales rank #1 in our market segment. We produce high quality signs, banners, vehicle graphics, real estate, directional signs, trade show graphics, and large format digital printing. Ideal applicant will have a formal education in Adobe Creative Suite software combined with at least 2 years of design experience utilizing CS, specifically Illustrator and Photoshop. Large format digital printing, Onyx or similar RIP software, and mounting & laminating experience a plus. Candidate must be familiar with multiple file types and have experience with file conversion / manipulation. Employee will be responsible for all aspects of sign and graphics creation through completion. Daily activities include sign and large format graphic design, digital printing, vinyl plotting, and sign production. Busy shop requires an ability to work with other team members to maximize efficient use of materials and personnel. Multitasking is an every day activity. Previous sign shop experience is not required. Training will be provided to right candidate. After a brief probationary period, full-time employees enjoy a full complement of benefits including vacation, sick, and holiday pay. We also offer group health and life insurance as well as a company matched retirement plan. We always try to promote from within so advancement is possible. Thanks, Chris Rose FASTSIGNS® of Memphis, TN Proudly Serving Memphis since 1988 – 25 Years! To apply contact Chris Rose at Chris.Rose@fastsigns.com


Territorial Sales Rep. - September 16, 2013

Title: Territorial Sales Rep.


Posting Date: September 16, 2013


Keywords: Sales, Marketing, Communications


Description: PepsiMidAmerica is currently looking for Territorial Sales Representatives to interview immediately. A candidate should possess a four year degree and have previous person to person sales experience. Please contact Jeffery Hames at 731-641-6952 or tnhrmgr2@pepsimidamerica.com to set up an interview today. Thank You, Jeffery Hames Tn HR Manager 55 Culley Drive Paris, Tennessee 38242 731-641-6952 Office 731-641-0021 Fax tnhrmgr2@pepsimidamerica.com


Business Manager - September 13, 2013

Title: Business Manager


Posting Date: September 13, 2013


Keywords: Accounting, Business Administration


Description: Nashville Public Television seeks a Business Manager.Position performs transactional duties in the finance department in order to achieve the organization's goals of accurate and timely financial reporting. Assists the CFO and other department managers in meeting budget goals and assists in managing the organizations resources efficiently. Responsible for accounts payable and receivable transactions. Prepare daily deposits and post all cash receipts to general ledger. Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Business Administration.Ability to work with commercial accounting software package. Submit cover letter and resume to Director of Human Resources, Nashville Public Television, 161 Rains Ave, Nashville, TN 37203 or fax to (615) 248-6120 or e mail to kwonsey@wnpt.org


Field Service/MRO Engineer - September 11, 2013

Title: Field Service/MRO Engineer


Posting Date: September 11, 2013


Keywords:


Description: Job Title: Field Service/ MRO Engineer Summary The Field Service / MRO Engineer is responsible for selection, specification, troubleshooting, and calibration of measurement and control devices. The job may call for control strategy design, configuration, or optimization utilizing PLC or DCS platforms. This position requires attention to detail and typically quite a bit of time is spent at customer sites and with direct interaction with customers. Duties and Responsibilities Customer Responsibilities: • Develop good, influential relationships with customer contacts that specify, use and maintain our solutions. • Develop thorough understanding of the (technical & operational) customer requirements in each application we serve • Provide training and technical support to customers to insure they realize value in the products/solutions we provide • Through your solutions, technical service and support, influence the customer’s behavior and spend toward investment in our products, services and relationship. Achieve their recognition of the business value we provide Corporate (Experitec) Responsibilities: • Embrace and reflect Experitec’s Core Values • Achieve technical knowledge of the products and services we deploy at the customer site • Understand and promote the technical capabilities and performance of Experitec and our Principals • Understand and promote our technical differentiation and value to our customers • Effectively apply the strategy, products, and services of Experitec and our Principals • Take technical responsibility for the solutions we propose, quote, and deploy Principal Responsibilities: • Support the technical needs of our PPS service providers in the field around your technical designs • Provide training and support on applications and new product technologies we use at our accounts • Facilitate and support the planning and deployment of service personnel with our customers Internal Responsibilities: • Serve the team through your technical knowledge and technical leadership • Collaborate with the team to use their best ideas and input for success • Work with and influence Operations to insure our deliverables meet technical requirements • Seek to grow services and product presence of Experitec and our Principals at all of our accounts Goals & Measurements of Success GOALS: Provide a minimum of 32 hours per week of billable services. Provide one Quantitative Business Result (QBR) per quarter. Additional goals specific to particular account goals may be established. MEASUREMENTS and MILESTONES: Billable service hours will be reviewed monthly. Management review of QBRs shall occur quarterly and results published to the marketing area of our intranet site. To apply go to: https://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH14/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=EXPERITEC&cws=1&rid=81


Head Start Teacher II - September 6, 2013

Title: Head Start Teacher II


Posting Date: September 6, 2013


Keywords: Education


Description: B.S. Degree in Early Childhood Education Previous work experience with young children Valid Driver's License Location: Nashville, TN If interested applications can be downloaded from www.nashville.gov/mac Applicants may fax application and/or resume to 615-862-8881 or mail to Metropolitan Action Commission 800 2nd Ave North Nashville, Tennessee 37201 for questions contact Human Resources department at 615-862-8860 extension 70105


Associate Product Manager - September 5, 2013

Title: Associate Product Manager


Posting Date: September 5, 2013


Keywords: Business, Marketing,Sales


Description: Associate Product Manager-1301821 Description General Summary The purpose of this position is to assist the Product Manager in the development and ongoing management of products across all lines of business. Associate Product Manager will be responsible for the preparation of marketing materials, including sales and training materials, as well as internal and external training on the new product lines. The position will also support existing lines of business within the division as needed. Job Duties & Responsibilities • Assist the Product Manager in the research and development of insurance products • Develop a deep understanding of insurance products, and their potential impact on the industry. • Assess and analyze the potential market for insurance products, including the competitive landscape. • Participate in cross functional teams to develop implementation plans for product launches. • Assist the Product Manager with the implementation of products, including management of implementation timelines. • Work with marketing communications to develop sales and training materials related to product launches. • Participate in the training of internal staff, as well as training for the distribution channel as needed. • Work directly with sales and account management to manage and implement product solutions. • Assist with the development of annual enrollment forecasts for the product. • Provide support for existing products as needed • Maintain general knowledge of all insurance products in order to recognize product opportunities and understand market demands. • Assist the Product Manager in the research and development of core (medical, pharmacy, consumer-directed healthcare and private exchange) products • Develop a deep understanding of core medical products and their impact on the industry. • Assess and analyze the potential market for core products, including the competitive landscape. • Participate in cross functional teams to develop implementation plans for product launches. • Assist the Product Manager with the implementation of products, including management of implementation timelines. • Work with marketing communications to develop sales and training materials related to product launches. • Participate in the training of internal staff, as well as training for the distribution channel as needed. • Work directly with sales and account management to manage and implement product solutions. • Assist with the development of annual enrollment forecasts for the product. • Provide support for existing products as needed. • Maintain general knowledge of all products in order to recognize product opportunities and understand market demands. Qualifications Mandatory Requirements: Education • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience required. Experience • A minimum of three years experience in the health care industry. • Solid knowledge of the commercial health insurance market. • Knowledge of medical and pharmacy products Skills/Certifications: • Strong analytical skills. The incumbent must be able to analyze information at both a macro level and a more detailed level and make strategic recommendations regarding product positioning. • Strong written and verbal communication skills. The incumbent must be able to present technical and non-technical information to both management and peers in a clear, concise manner. • Strong project management and interpersonal skills. The incumbent must participate in multi-functional teams in order to implement product initiatives. The ability to work with others to produce results is crucial. • Strong organizational skills and the ability to effectively manage multiple projects at one time. • Strong time management skills. The incumbent must work to insure product launches are done on time. Job Sales/Marketing Primary Location TN-Chattanooga Organization BlueCross BlueShield of TN Job Type Standard Shift Day Job Employee Status Regular To learn more about this opportunity as well as to review and/or apply for all openings, please go to www.bcbst.com/about/careers. Thanks, Kim Nash-Lawley Kim Nash-Lawley, Talent Acquisition Consultant 1 Cameron Hill Circle, Chattanooga, TN 37402 Office: 423.535.3787 Cell: 423.463.6706 Fax: 423.591.9268 Career Center http://www.bcbst.com/about/careers/ LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlynash Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bcbstcareers Twitter https://twitter.com/bcbstcareers ----------------------------------------------------- Please see the following link for the BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee E-mail disclaimer: http://www.bcbst.com/email_disclaimer.shtm


Urban Teacher Center - September 4, 2013

Title: Urban Teacher Center


Posting Date: September 4, 2013


Keywords: Education


Description: Urban Teacher Center Pioneering Teacher Preparation Program in DC and Baltimore – Career Changers Welcome to Apply!!! The Urban Teacher Center (UTC) provides a scholarship towards a dual master’s degree. UTC is a four-year, alternative teacher preparation program that operates in the Washington, DC and Baltimore, Maryland (and soon in additional cities). Each cohort participates in an intensive year-long residency, followed by a three-year teaching commitment in a high-need urban elementary, middle or high school. UTC residents prepare to become highly competent teachers; in addition to the clinical experience, they also enroll in one of two dual Master’s of Education program (“K-8 Elementary and Special Education”, “Secondary Literacy and Special Education” or “Secondary Mathematics and Special Education”) that is directly relevant to the urban teacher. All UTC teachers are part of an unprecedented commitment to student performance - only those who can demonstrate that they can improve student learning will complete the program. Over time, UTC teachers will be among the most expert and results-oriented in the nation. For more info, visit us on the web at www.urbanteachercenter.org. The application is now open. The upcoming application deadlines are September 30, November 20, January 10, February 15 and April 1. However, the earlier you apply and get accepted the better your chances are for getting the city and content placement you prefer! We hope you apply to be a part of Cohort 2014-15! Questions: chrish@urbanteachercenter.org


Talent Acquistion Consultant - August 29, 2013

Title: Talent Acquistion Consultant


Posting Date: August 29, 2013


Keywords: Business


Description: Talent Acquisition Consultant-1301774 Description Consult and advise management as a partner to improve and support talent management and human capital objectives. Strategize and refine the recruitment practice to support company growth, and positively impact business strategies. Job Duties & Responsibilities • Strategic advisor to hiring managers to understand business objectives and clearly define position requirements for hiring in order to meet annual recruiting objectives. • Develop and implement strategic recruitment plans, in collaboration with business units' objectives, and overall corporate initiatives. • Proactively network: internally, externally, and through specialized websites, organizations, and conferences to assure a constant influx of potential candidates • Propose and implement ongoing improvements to recruitment efforts by applying a wide range of experience on industry best practices for acquiring strong performers, marketing/branding at a national level, and benchmarking progress against industry leaders. • Negotiate offers by partnering with hiring manager, senior management, and other groups (e.g. Total Rewards) as needed, while managing the candidate process and acting as a candidate advocate. • Awareness of company's EEO/AAP status and conduct search activities to meet the Plan's goals. Qualifications Education • Bachelor's Degree in BA, I/O, HR, or a related field, or equivalent work experience. Equivalent years of experience are defined as a year of professional experience for every year of college requested. Experience • Minimum of 5 years experience in the Human Resources field required. • Must have at least 3 years of hands-on recruiting experience to include: full-life cycle recruiting, interviewing, reference checks, offer development/extension, closing candidates and demonstrated success in identifying and filling jobs with specific search criteria. Skills/Certifications • Proven track record of follow up and follow through on communication with candidates and managers in a fast paced environment. • Must be detail oriented, deal well with ambiguity, demonstrate strong strategic thinking and creativity skills, and be an effective communicator with both internal and external partners/customers. • Excellent verbal and written communications skills required • Excellent interpersonal skills required • Solid Microsoft Office skills required (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint) • HR certification (PHR/SPHR) preferred. Job Human Resources/Payroll/Training Primary Location TN-Chattanooga Organization BlueCross BlueShield of TN To learn more about this opportunity as well as to review and/or apply for all openings, please go to www.bcbst.com/about/careers. Thanks, Kim Nash-Lawley Kim Nash-Lawley, Talent Acquisition Consultant 1 Cameron Hill Circle, Chattanooga, TN 37402 Office: 423.535.3787 Cell: 423.463.6706 Fax: 423.591.9268 Career Center http://www.bcbst.com/about/careers/ LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlynash Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bcbstcareers Twitter https://twitter.com/bcbstcareers ----------------------------------------------------- Please see the following link for the BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee E-mail disclaimer: http://www.bcbst.com/email_disclaimer.shtm


Designer - August 29, 2013

Title: Designer


Posting Date: August 29, 2013


Keywords: Graphic Design, Art, Communications


Description: Designer-1301639 Description There are 2 positions available. General Summary The Designer is part of a team of talented designers in pursuit of best-in-class results-driven creative with a focus on conceptualization and the development of branding, collateral, advertising, and materials across traditional and digital mediums. The person in this position will have an unwavering attention to detail with excellent organizational skills and be able to develop creative concepts with limited supervision. The Designer will immerse themselves in company culture, brands and industry to ensure design excellence and brand consistency. Utilizing a modern, clean, sophisticated design sensibility, the Designer will work closely with other members of the Brand Strategy team to create visual designs that effectively illustrate new ideas in context with the primary responsibility of conceptualization and execution of innovative, highly-engaging new creative for a wide variety of projects, including marketing pieces, ads, presentations, brochures, newsletters, identity, collateral packages, signage, promotional items, letterhead, business cards, etc. Job Duties & Responsibilities The Designer’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Creative conceptualization • Design execution of projects with moderate to high complexity with minimal need for corrections and supervision. • Ability to translate abstract concepts into visual illustrations. • Leverage data and analytics to make decisions while also producing creative, elegant, engaging solutions. • Create designs for the web and write and understand table based HTML/CSS code for use in html emails, websites, email newsletters and online digital publications • Development of design templates to establish standard formats for ads, presentations, brochures and other collateral pieces • Illustration • Photography selection • Directs and edits the work of Production Designers as needed. • Staying abreast of new trends, techniques and best practices in marketing, design and technology • Ensuring compliance with company policies and procedures as well as corporate brand standards, BCBSA, CMS, Government and /or Postal regulations as applicable. Qualifications Education • Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design, Art, Communications or relevant work experience. Experience • A minimum of 8 years of current, progressively responsible design experience is required. • Agency or Consumer/retail design experience required. • Experience in multimedia formats is a plus. • Experience in Keynote and/or Prezi a plus. Skills/Certifications • Ability to understand and apply marketing strategies to all design projects. • Proficient knowledge of the Macintosh OS, and the current version of the Adobe Creative Suite with an emphasis on InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver HTML, XML, and Microsoft Office with an emphasis on Powerpoint and Word. • Expertise in modern graphic design principles in both traditional and digital mediums. • Ability to work in fast-pace environment and prioritize responsibilities accordingly. • Strong organizational, communication and project management skills. • Ability to provide technical assistance and training to peers. • Ability to collaborate in a team environment. • Ability to work with internal clients on a consultative basis and present creative ideas to stakeholders to gain approvals • Professional attitude and the ability to provide efficient, timely, reliable and courteous service to internal clients • Excellent interpersonal communication, writing, and grammar skills. Job Sales/Marketing Primary Location TN-Chattanooga Organization BlueCross BlueShield of TN Job Type Standard Shift Day Job Employee Status Regular To learn more about this opportunity as well as to review and/or apply for all openings, please go to www.bcbst.com/about/careers. Production Designer-1301637 Description General Summary The Production Designer plays a critical role in a fast-paced aggressive deadline environment, working quickly, efficiently and independently when required. The person in this position will have an unwavering attention to detail with excellent organizational skills. Working within establish project tracking software and procurement requisition processes, they must have the ability to prioritize, track and manage multiple projects to adhere to critical project timelines without sacrificing quality and consistency. Utilizing a modern, clean, sophisticated design sensibility, the Production Designer will work closely with other members of the Brand Strategy team to create visual designs that effectively leverage established corporate branding, including the proper application of design templates, color palettes, and typography for a wide variety of projects, including marketing pieces, ads, presentations, brochures, newsletters, identity, collateral packages, signage, promotional items, letterhead, business cards, etc. Job Duties & Responsibilities The Production Designer’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Working with design department to facilitate production of approved projects • Creation of design jobs which follow established, approved design templates • Making small edits to projects as needed • Prepress production • File preparation • Completion of print requisitions and procurement processes • Job tracking and reporting • Maintain archive of all artwork and finished designs (digital and hard copy) • Press checks • Inventory management/Reprint process • Proofing • Collateral reviews • Client approval management • Illustration • Photography usage rights management • Ensuring compliance with company policies and procedures as well as corporate brand standards, BCBSA, CMS, Government and /or Postal regulations as applicable. Qualifications Education • Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design, Art, Communications or relevant work experience. Experience • A minimum of 5 years of current, progressively responsible design and prepress production experience is required. Skills/Certifications: • Strong knowledge of the Macintosh OS, and advanced level of the current version of the Adobe Creative Suite with an emphasis on InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator and Microsoft Office with an emphasis on Powerpoint and Word. • Exceptional understanding of current prepress, printing, press checks and modern graphic design principles. • Ability to work in fast-pace environment and prioritize responsibilities accordingly • Strong organizational, communication and project management skills • Professional attitude and the ability to provide efficient, timely, reliable and courteous service to internal clients • Excellent interpersonal communication, writing, and grammar skills. Job Sales/Marketing Primary Location TN-Chattanooga Organization BlueCross BlueShield of TN Job Type Standard Shift Day Job Employee Status Regular To learn more about this opportunity as well as to review and/or apply for all openings, please go to www.bcbst.com/about/careers. Talent Acquisition Consultant-1301774 Description Consult and advise management as a partner to improve and support talent management and human capital objectives. Strategize and refine the recruitment practice to support company growth, and positively impact business strategies. Job Duties & Responsibilities • Strategic advisor to hiring managers to understand business objectives and clearly define position requirements for hiring in order to meet annual recruiting objectives. • Develop and implement strategic recruitment plans, in collaboration with business units' objectives, and overall corporate initiatives. • Proactively network: internally, externally, and through specialized websites, organizations, and conferences to assure a constant influx of potential candidates • Propose and implement ongoing improvements to recruitment efforts by applying a wide range of experience on industry best practices for acquiring strong performers, marketing/branding at a national level, and benchmarking progress against industry leaders. • Negotiate offers by partnering with hiring manager, senior management, and other groups (e.g. Total Rewards) as needed, while managing the candidate process and acting as a candidate advocate. • Awareness of company's EEO/AAP status and conduct search activities to meet the Plan's goals. Qualifications Education • Bachelor's Degree in BA, I/O, HR, or a related field, or equivalent work experience. Equivalent years of experience are defined as a year of professional experience for every year of college requested. Experience • Minimum of 5 years experience in the Human Resources field required. • Must have at least 3 years of hands-on recruiting experience to include: full-life cycle recruiting, interviewing, reference checks, offer development/extension, closing candidates and demonstrated success in identifying and filling jobs with specific search criteria. Skills/Certifications • Proven track record of follow up and follow through on communication with candidates and managers in a fast paced environment. • Must be detail oriented, deal well with ambiguity, demonstrate strong strategic thinking and creativity skills, and be an effective communicator with both internal and external partners/customers. • Excellent verbal and written communications skills required • Excellent interpersonal skills required • Solid Microsoft Office skills required (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint) • HR certification (PHR/SPHR) preferred. Job Human Resources/Payroll/Training Primary Location TN-Chattanooga Organization BlueCross BlueShield of TN To learn more about this opportunity as well as to review and/or apply for all openings, please go to www.bcbst.com/about/careers. Thanks, Kim Nash-Lawley Kim Nash-Lawley, Talent Acquisition Consultant 1 Cameron Hill Circle, Chattanooga, TN 37402 Office: 423.535.3787 Cell: 423.463.6706 Fax: 423.591.9268 Career Center http://www.bcbst.com/about/careers/ LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlynash Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bcbstcareers Twitter https://twitter.com/bcbstcareers ----------------------------------------------------- Please see the following link for the BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee E-mail disclaimer: http://www.bcbst.com/email_disclaimer.shtm


Network Manager II - August 22, 2013

Title: Network Manager II


Posting Date: August 22, 2013


Keywords: Business graduates


Description: Network Manager II-1301691 Description General Summary To facilitate positive, professional relationships with BCBST providers and with BCBST through proactive communication, education and problem resolution. Job Duties & Responsibilities • Proactively serve and educate contracted physicians, hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, ancillary, organizational, and health care practitioners on preferred BCBST policies, procedures, technologies and contractual obligations through site visits and workshops. Network Manager II employees typically manage all providers, including multiple large and complex providers. • Evaluate network needs, identify targets and coordinate the contract needs for standard provider contracts through the Network Representative and PSO to ensure adequate networks for each BCBST product line based on established adequacy and reimbursement targets. • Evaluate needs, identify targets, contract with providers and coordinate facility/ancillary negotiations determined to be nonstandard within the assigned territory, to ensure adequate networks for each BCBST product line based on established adequacy and reimbursement targets. • Lead components of negotiation process for assigned providers. • Become subject matter expert and conduct training on Relative Value Analysis (RVA) • Consult with provider partners on preferred business practices to assist with the effective management of BCBST members. • Proactively facilitate interaction between providers and appropriate BCBST departmental staff for clarification or correction of major provider concerns and/or issues; follow issue through to resolution with subject matter experts and close issues/inquiries out with the provider. Identify trends and coordinate to reduce friction between BCBST and provider. • Maintain routine contacts with critical provider partners within assigned territory. • Actively participate in healthcare community where BCBST representation can enhance long-term relationships with our provider partners. • Mentor junior staff members • Collaborate with internal divisions, including but not limited to: Healthcare Services, Marketing and Customer Service, to understand and participate (where appropriate) all issues related to providers and healthcare community within assigned territory. • Manages own calendar; conducts analyses and makes recommendations on next steps. Works independently on most routine and non-standard issues, seeks counsel on more complex issues, projects, and initiatives • May perform all responsibilities for Network Manager I, including leading Operations Meetings, representing the department in internal initiatives, and facilitating sessions/speaking at provider workshops. Qualifications Education • Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Healthcare Administration or equivalent experience required. Equivalent years of experience are defined as a year of professional experience for every year of college requested. Experience • Minimum 5 years experience with provider contracting in the health care industry required. • Experience with medical terminology, contract language and reimbursement methods required. Skills/Certifications • Completion of AHIP Academy for Healthcare Management (AHM) courses preferred – 1.) Healthcare Management: An Introduction, 2.) Network Management, 3.) Medical Management, and 4.) Health Plan Finance & Risk Management PAHM coursework preferred • PAHM coursework preferred. • Ability to maintain high level of professionalism by demonstrating excellent written and verbal communication skills with both internal and external customers. • Persuasive presentation skills required. • Self-motivated and able to manage multiple tasks and priorities within specified timeframes. • Strong computer skills, to include word processing, spreadsheet and database management. • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail required. • Able to work independently and as part of a team. • Able to travel to provider offices. Job Provider Network Management/Relations Primary Location TN-Chattanooga Organization BlueCross BlueShield of TN To learn more and to apply, go to www.bcbst.com/about/careers. Thanks, Kim Nash-Lawley Kim Nash-Lawley, Talent Acquisition Consultant 1 Cameron Hill Circle, Chattanooga, TN 37402 Office: 423.535.3787 Cell: 423.463.6706 Fax: 423.591.9268 Career Center http://www.bcbst.com/about/careers/ LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlynash Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bcbstcareers Twitter https://twitter.com/bcbstcareers ----------------------------------------------------- Please see the following link for the BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee E-mail disclaimer: http://www.bcbst.com/email_disclaimer.shtm


Production Engineer - August 22, 2013

Title: Production Engineer


Posting Date: August 22, 2013


Keywords: Electrical Engineering,Computer Science


Description: Production Engineer Under the Director of Engineering supervision, this person accomplishes the proper technical functioning of studio and remote equipment and productions. This person helps assure that the technical portion of local productions operates so as to advance the business and artistic goals of the station. This person helps maintain the proper technical functioning of Master Control equipment and some computer repair/maintenance and assists in the maintenance of microwave and transmitter equipment. Minimum Requirements: • At least a two year college degree in electronics, electrical engineering, computer technology or related field. Specific experience can be substituted for some schooling as deemed appropriate by the General Manager or hiring committee. • At least two (2) years of experience at a professional level. • Ability to take direction and work within an engineering and production team. • Reliable transportation for travel to various work sites. Preferred: • Possession of an FCC general Radio-Telephone license. • At least a four year college degree in electronics, electrical engineering, computer technologies or related field. • At least four (4) years engineering experience at a television station with an emphasis on audio, video, electrical, and trouble-shooting for studio and remote live and recorded productions. • Some computer repair/maintenance experience. • Experience with electrical wiring and theory. This position reports to the Director of Engineering. At the discretion of the General Manager, this position may be part time or full time exempt. Resumes should be postmarked no later than September 10. No phone calls please. AA/EOE Katrina C. Cobb Assistant Station Manager WLJT P. O. Box 966 Martin TN 38237 731-881-7561


US Forestry job sites - August 21, 2013

Title: US Forestry job sites


Posting Date: August 21, 2013


Keywords: US Forestry jobs


Description: ForestryUSA – Employment Opportunities Bulletin Celebrating our 12th year serving the American forestry sector, 2001-2013 Please share this email with your friends and colleagues and visit our webpages. _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ ForestryUSA Mobile Edition is an abridged version of our popular website that is designed for use with iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and other smartphones. http://www.forestryusa.com/mobile/mobile_index.html _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to receive early alerts of new employment opportunities posted on our Employment Opportunities webpage. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ForestryUSA Twitter: http://twitter.com/ForestryUSA _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ Employment Opportunities: http://www.forestryusa.com/jobs.html _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ --> Glenfarne Group - Forestry and Timber Professional (posted August --> 20, 2013; location: NY) --> Southwest Forest Products - Log Cutters (posted August 15, 2013; --> location: AZ) --> Ash Creek Forest Management - Maintenance Technician / --> Restoration Crew Member (posted August 14, 2013; location: OR) --> Michigan Conservation Districts - Foresters (7 positions) (posted --> August 9, 2013; location: MI) --> ForesTech International - Forest Technicians (posted August 7, --> 2013; location: GA, AL, LA) --> American Stave Company - Log Inventory Coordinator (posted August --> 5, 2013; location: MO) --> Humboldt State University - Chair, Department of Forestry & --> Wildland Resources (posted August 2, 2013; location: CA) --> Rayonier - Inventory Analyst (posted July 31, 2013; location: FL) --> Great Western Forestry - Assistant Project Manager and Heavy Duty --> Mechanic (posted July 31, 2013; location: Canada) --> Glatfelter Pulp Wood - Area Forester (posted July 31, 2013; --> location: MD) --> Southwest Forest Products - Forester Supervisor (posted July 29, --> 2013; location: AZ) --> Plum Creek - Resource Foresters and Forestry Technician (posted --> July 29, 2013; location: GA) --> Minnesota Department of Natural Resources - Forestry Specialist --> Intermediate (posted July 25, 2013; location: MN) --> Rayonier - Timber Marketing Manager (posted July 25, 2013; --> location: MS) --> Texas A&M Forest Service - Staff Forester (posted July 24, 2013; --> location: TX) --> Southwest Forest Products - Logging Equipment Operators (posted --> July 22, 2013; location: AZ) --> F&W Forestry Services - Forest Inventory Analyst (posted July 16, --> 2013; location: GA) --> Potlatch Corporation - Wood Procurement and Log Yard Manager --> (posted July 16, 2013; location: AR) --> Humboldt Redwood Company - Reforestation Forester (posted July --> 15, 2013; location: CA) --> South Dakota Association of Conservation Districts - Marking --> Crewperson (posted July 11, 2013; location: SD) --> South Dakota Association of Conservation Districts - Team Leader --> (posted July 11, 2013; location: SD) --> South Dakota Association of Conservation Districts - Forestry --> Technician (posted July 11, 2013; location: SD) --> Plum Creek - Operations Support Analyst (posted July 10, 2013; --> location: GA) _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ This week, the Employment Opportunities Bulletin is being sent to: 2956 subscribers _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ For more information on these and other employment opportunities, visit our website at: http://www.forestryusa.com/jobs.html For career and employment opportunities in Canada, visit Canadian Forests Website at: http://www.canadian-forests.com/job.html _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ ForestryUSA.com maintains a virus-free computing environment. We do not send attachments of any kind with our weekly newsletter. We suggest that our subscribers use caution when opening any email attachment due to the unprecedented spread of new viruses. If you do not wish to receive further issues, please REPLY to this message with UNSUBSCRIBE in the subject line and your email address will be removed immediately. Elizabeth Ruiz, Editor >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> ForestryUSA email: info@forestryusa.com tel: (604) 299-9643 toll-free fax: (866) 639-6711 ForestryUSA.com - dedicated to being the most comprehensive source of Internet information on America's forestry and the forest products sectors http://www.forestryusa.com Forestry Careers and Employment http://www.forestryusa.com/jobs.html >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


Internships and trainees - August 20, 2013

Title: Internships and trainees


Posting Date: August 20, 2013


Keywords: Sales, Marketing, Engineering


Description: Help Your Students Find The Perfect Position Nestlé Purina’s 2014 internships and trainee opportunities have been posted! We are excited to share them with your students, as we are scheduling interviews now. Nestlé Purina is a leader in the pet products industry, dedicated to improving the lives of cats and dogs through quality nutrition and care. We are driven at the core by innovation with a strong belief in work-life balance, which is shown through the multiple ‘Best Places to Work’ recognitions we have received. We are targeting juniors and seniors from various disciplines for the 2013-2014 recruiting class. We will also consider supply chain related majors that are juniors, seniors, or in their first year of a Masters program. Additionally, we are interested in first-year MBA students focusing in Brand Management or Marketing. We encourage you to share the email below with your students, where they can view a list of positions that are currently available or link to our Career Connexion App on Facebook, which will help to determine what positions would be the best fit for them! Students can also ask our recruiters questions directly on our Facebook wall and apply for jobs using the application. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Thanks! Amanda Pirtle amanda.pirtle@purina.nestle.com ________________________________________ Having Trouble? View this email as a web page.


AmeriCorps Vista Programs - August 19, 2013

Title: AmeriCorps Vista Programs


Posting Date: August 19, 2013


Keywords: Positions for all graduates


Description: I am pleased to announce the availability of six different full-time positions that are now available through the AmeriCorps VISTA Program at non-profit organizations across the state. We are looking to fill these positions quickly, and need your help to get the word out! The deadline to apply is September 9, 2013. Please note that these positions are not available for full-time students, but would be a great opportunity for those who have recently graduated or for part-time students who are taking classes online, at night, or on the weekend (classes cannot interfere with the normal business hours of the organization). VISTA stands for Volunteers In Service To America, and the VISTA Program is a lot like the PeaceCorps, but Members serve within the United States at a non-profit organization. VISTA Members serve as full-time volunteers and focus on building capacity and infrastructure to make a lasting impact for the organization and the community. Benefits of service include an annual living allowance of $11,106, health benefits, relocation allowance, and the choice between two different post-service awards: an education award of $5,550 or a cash stipend of $1,500 (a full list of benefits is attached to this email). AmeriCorps VISTA Member for the Nashville Workforce Network (NWN) Activities will include: • Developing a communications plan focused on achieving seamless integration of information for all NWN Members. • Researching potential funding sources and grants to finance the NWN’s legal 501©(3) incorporation as well as community based projects. • Creating a professional development catalogue of seminars, training sessions, and certifications. • Engaging with local community organizations, employers, and members to expand NWN’s capacity and membership. • Establishing pathways towards the long term goal of organizational sustainability . AmeriCorps VISTA Member for the Women’s Foundation for a Greater Memphis (WFGM) Activities will include: • Inventory WFGM’s current information technology (IT). • Develop an IT plan with the purpose of increasing efficiency and effectiveness of services. • Implement the information technology plan. • Understand current client database and use it to improve staff efficiency. • Develop an agency document of potential funding possibilities. • Develop a plan to improve scheduling of grant submissions timely, record keeping, and billing for grant payments with a goal of increasing efficiency and service provision. • Create a system for volunteer management to include all aspects of volunteer recruitment, tracking of hours, training, orientation, appreciation, and retention. • Research and implement a grant development strategy with special emphasis on new funding resources. AmeriCorps VISTA Member for the Tennessee Technology Access Program (TTAP) - Nashville, TN Activities will include: • Increase the capacity of the Device Reutilization Program by developing collaborative relationships among TTAP and community agencies; • Review and analyze current data collected for the Device Reutilization Program; • Research community agencies throughout Tennessee that have programs similar to TTAP's Device Reutilization Program; • Assist with the development of a database of contact information for various community agencies with Reutilization Programs; • Based on research of community agencies, identify potential partners for a statewide Reutilization Program conference and facilitate communication between them and conference steering committee; • Coordinate with the contracted TTAP network of assistive technology centers to support their Reutilization activities; • Assist in the development of a statewide, comprehensive plan for sustainability for the Device Reutilization Program network. AmeriCorps VISTA Member for Community LIFT – Memphis, TN Activities will include: • Reviewing evaluations of the effectiveness of current services being offered and identify gaps in services. • Establishing and launching a Community Steering Committee that will help with developing a comprehensive neighborhood plan to advance housing, accessibility, environment, livability, and economic developers. • Organizing a series of quarterly, topic-focused public visioning sessions to develop neighborhood revitalization recommendations. • Building the capacity of social service providers. Interested candidates should contact Denise Meise, VISTA Project Supervisor, at denise.meise@star-center.org for additional information and application instructions. Thank you in advance for your help with recruitment! Denise Meise AmeriCorps VISTA Project Supervisor STAR Center, Inc. 1119 Old Humboldt Rd. Jackson, TN 38305 Cell: 731-616-3102 VISTA Supervisor Blog: http://btvistasupervisors.wordpress.com/ VISTA Member Blog: http://tennesseevistanetwork.wordpress.com/ **Please note that my email address has changed to denise.meise@star-center.org. Please begin sending emails to the new address from this point forward. Thank you.**


WSMV Reporter, Photographer,Producer - August 13, 2013

Title: WSMV Reporter, Photographer,Producer


Posting Date: August 13, 2013


Keywords: Communications


Description: WSMV -TV Channel 4 is currently seeking to fill the vacancies listed below. Please feel free to post and refer applicants to us who meet position qualifications for such opening(s) on or before 10 days from the date of this announcement. Please ensure the applicants indicate your organization as the referring source. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all people regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, creed, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military status, or any other characteristic that is legally protected. Persons interested in submitting an application for the position(s) identified, should visit the Career Center at Meredith.com. Please apply through the Meredith Careers, EOE : www.meredith.apply2jobs.com WSMV Nashville, TN Reporter WSMV Job Category News Job Summary WSMV-TV is looking for a reporter who is great at both covering news - and uncovering news - for a shop that truly values enterprise reporting. Your reel should demonstrate that you are journalistically and creatively ambitious, have superior writing and live skills, and are great at explaining complicated stories clearly. You'll work with a large staff of talented photojournalists and a large number of major-market tools to make those stories shine. Must be comfortable in an intense, deadline-driven environment. We're looking for a true team player who is very comfortable serving multiple newscasts and multiple digital platforms at the same time. Photography and editing experience a plus. Must be willing to work long and/or unusual hours as schedules and events dictate, including nights, weekends, and holidays.EOE Job Requirements Education Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism, Communications or related field, or equivalent training and/or experience. Experience Three years experience in print or broadcast journalism. Experience reporting news at a commercial television station preferred. Specific Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must possess advanced understanding of legal and ethical issues impacting journalism. Ability to combine words and pictures into informative and interesting news stories. Advanced knowledge of the locale, governing bodies, demographics and public figures. Ability to edit stories as necessary. Ability to perform quality work in high pressure deadline situations. Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must possess valid Driver’s License. Photographer WSMV WSMV is seeking an experienced photographer who can be creative under extreme pressure and well versed in news gathering technology. We are looking for someone who puts team success above all else. Avid News cutter and microwave/satellite truck experience is a plus. The successful candidate should be an accomplished visual storyteller, familiar with police scanner terminology and all aspects of lighting for video. College Degree or equivalent 2-3 years experience in broadcast news station DVCPRO and/or P2 camera field operation. Avid News cutter non-linear video editing. Live truck set-up and operation. Position requires some photography work in our news helicopter. Producer Job Category News Job Summary WSMV-TV is looking for a creatively ambitious newscast producer who has a passion for both great journalism and sizzling TV. The producer will envision, craft, and manage a newscast top-to-bottom - not just create a rundown and time a show. The producer is also responsible for a large quantity of digital and social media content. The producer is expected to generate daily story ideas, write compelling TV and online content, and use the many tools available at WSMV to make the most visually engaging product possible. Your resume tape should demonstrate great writing, teasing, showcasing, and creative producing of anchors. Responsible for implementing station research and brand on a daily basis, as well as growing and retaining audience. Must have a strong command of contemporary production, graphics and storytelling tools. Experience in a metered market a plus. Must be comfortable in an intense, deadline-driven environment. The job may involve long or unusual hours, including overnights, weekends, and holidays. EOE Job Requirements Bachelor Degree with 2 to 3 years experience. The Producer must have superior knowledge of newscast presentation. Not only should the newscasts be substantive, but interesting to watch through the use of excellent writing, producing and use of graphics. Thanking you in advance for posting. Deborah Deborah Mills HR Director | Local Media Group WSMV-TV | 5700 Knob Road Nashville,TN 37209 T:615 353-2206 | F: 615 353-2395 deborah.mills@wsmv.com Note: This email, including any attachments, is for the sole use of the intended recipient(s) and may contain confidential and/or proprietary information. Any unauthorized review, use, disclosure, or distribution is prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, please contact me by email, completely delete it, and destroy all copies of the original message. Privacy Notice: The FCC requires all stations to report the names of community organizations requesting job vacancy information plus the contact person, address, and telephone number of each organization in an annual EEO Public File Report that is available to the general public. By requesting to be notified of job vacancies, you consent to the public disclosure of this information as required by the FCC. This electronic message, including any attachments, may contain proprietary, confidential or privileged information for the sole use of the intended recipient(s). You are hereby notified that any unauthorized disclosure, copying, distribution, or use of this message is prohibited. If you have received this message in erro


District Scout Executive - August 7, 2013

Title: District Scout Executive


Posting Date: August 7, 2013


Keywords: Business Degree, Marketing,Management, Finance, Accounting Communications


Description: District Scout Executive MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. The Boy Scouts of America is the nation's foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training. A Profession With A Purpose It comes as a surprise to many that Scouting is a recognizable, paid profession. Today's professional scouters are a diverse group of men and women sharing a dynamic career offering independence, achievement, and stability. This is work that makes a difference... work that calls one to continual learning and challenge... work that offers solid compensation, benefits and advancement. Since 1910, Scouting has helped mold the future leaders of this great country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. The Boy Scouts of America, with over a century of experience, understands that helping youth puts us on a path towards a more conscientious, responsible and productive society. Scouting today offers a diverse program serving both boys and girls ages six through eighteen and addresses six essential societal needs that include: Mentoring, Lifelong Learning, Faith Traditions, Healthy Living, Serving Others and Building Character. Qualifications for Employment WHAT IS YOUR MAJOR? Some of the majors and college classes that could be of benefit for a career in Scouting are: • General Business & Administration • Management • Sales and Marketing • Finance and Accounting • Communications • American Humanics A career in Scouting is not limited to the above. Discuss your opportunities with a local Scout professional and you may be surprised at how your education and interest might be the perfect fit for professional scouting. Do you have the background needed for a career as a Scouting professional? Our leaders are frequently called upon to multi-task and combine many skills to get the job done. The basic qualifications are: • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university • United States citizenship or declared intention. • Adult—must have attained age 21. • People-oriented, having the ability to work well with adult volunteers, community and business leaders, and representatives of other organizations • Able to work varied hours when necessary to achieve positive objectives • Believe and subscribe to the BSA principles and standards • Be approved to receive a professional Scouting commission Benefits The local councils of the Boy Scouts of America offer a multitude of benefits for professionals. The benefits offered are considered to be among the best in the nonprofit sector. The packages offered by the Boy Scouts of America and its local councils include major medical, dental, vision, and prescription coverage in addition to long-term disability, accident, and life insurance, and retirement plans. Most positions offer company vehicles and expense reimbursements. The starting salary is highly comparative to education, law enforcement, banking and other service related sectors and annual salary increases are based on an individual’s contributions and overall performance. Contact Information: Clif Morris Scout Executive|CEO West Tennessee Area Council 731-668-3787 cmorris@bsamail.org http://www.scouting.org/Careers.aspx


Membership Manager - August 6, 2013

Title: Membership Manager


Posting Date: August 6, 2013


Keywords: Marketing, Management, Family and Consumer Science, Social Work,Communications, Sociology,


Description: Girl Scouts Heart of the South is seeking a candidate to cultivate and retain girl and adult membership in Jackson, TN and surrounding areas. Brief Summary: • Initiate innovative membership outreach efforts and work closely with key volunteers for support and effective management of volunteer work teams. • Provide leadership and direction in the delivery of the Girl Scout program within assigned geographic areas. • Advance the council’s commitment to diversity though girl and adult recruitment and community partnerships. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree or three years experience in community organizing or volunteer management. The candidate must possess good written and oral communication skills and excellent time management skills. The candidate should be able to work a flexible schedule, which includes some nights and weekends. A valid driver’s license, use of one’s own vehicle for travel and a good driving record is also required. Bilingual (Spanish) is preferred, but not a requirement. Girl Scouts Heart of the South offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits. Send resumes and cover letters (Microsoft Word only) to: careers@girlscoutshs.org. No phone calls please. Please type Membership Manager-Jackson and the location where you viewed this posting in the subject line of your email. Deadline for submission is Monday, August 19, 2013.


Manager Direct Sales & Retention - August 2, 2013

Title: Manager Direct Sales & Retention


Posting Date: August 2, 2013


Keywords: Marketing, Management


Description: Manager Direct Sales & Retention-1301635 Description General Summary The position is accountable for the achievement of direct sales and retention objectives. This manager must offer strong leadership and creativity to develop new lead sources and expansion of direct channels. Position supports both Medicare and under-65 products. Position requires a significant time commitment during the Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period (OEP). The ideal candidate can provide consistent motivation to BCBST direct agents and directly influence processes (reporting) to ensure lead optimization. In addition, candidate is accountable for full compliance with Medicare Advantage direct marketing activities as determined by CMS. The incumbent will frequently correspond with Marketing, Compliance, Communications, Membership & Billing, IS, and Vendors. In addition to the day-to-day operations, this person is responsible for the activities listed below, as well as any other projects assigned by management. Job Duties & Responsibilities • Develop new lead generation strategies and participate in planning Marketing campaigns to ensure maximum lead capture and sales. • Develop sound Customer Relationship tools and processes to optimize lead generation. This includes maintaining reporting and performance management tools. • Manage processes and technology that supports the Direct Sales area. This includes maintaining an active involvement with BlueConnections from a direct sales perspective. • Work with other business units (i.e. Dental & GIS) to coordinate cross-selling of products with under-65 products. • Utilize segmentation and industry research to uncover market opportunities. • Responsible for developing a thorough knowledge of Individual and GIS products. • Responsible for development and maintaining appropriate incentive plan for BCBST and sales representatives. • Work closely with the product development team to ensure market leading product enhancements and that relevant competitor information is an integral part of all product and system rollouts. Qualifications Education • B.A. or B.S. degree in related field or equivalent year of experience required. Equivalent years of experience are defined as one year of professional experience for every year of college requested. Experience • Minimum 2 years of Group and/or Individual product experience required. Experience in direct sales is desired. • The incumbent must demonstrate through real life experience the ability to support expansion of the direct to consumer sales area. • Minimum 3 years experience in a leadership role preferred • Management and sales experience is highly desired. • Experience operating and maintaining full compliance in a regulated sales environment. Skills/Certifications • Extensive knowledge of Individual products • Excellent time management skills, • Strong analytical abilities, communication, and interpersonal skills, • Ability to management multiple tasks within assigned deadlines. • Ability to direct the activities and personnel of a work unit. • Self-starter and highly motivated. • Strong computer skills including: Workflow, Sales Logix, Imaging, Cognos, FACETS, Word, Excel. To learn more and to apply, go to www.bcbst.com/about/careers. Thanks, Kim Nash-Lawley Kim Nash-Lawley, Talent Acquisition Consultant 1 Cameron Hill Circle, Chattanooga, TN 37402 Office: 423.535.3787 Cell: 423.463.6706 Fax: 423.591.9268 Career Center http://www.bcbst.com/about/careers/ LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlynash Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bcbstcareers Twitter https://twitter.com/bcbstcareers


Research Assistant - August 1, 2013

Title: Research Assistant


Posting Date: August 1, 2013


Keywords: Accounting, Finance


Description: RESEARCH ASSISTANT The Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations is accepting applications for a Research Assistant to support Tennessee’s Public Infrastructure Needs Inventory and related research projects. TACIR’s research, evaluations, and technical assistance enable state and local government officials to unravel complex issues and make creative, informed policy and program decisions. Please see our website at www.tn.gov/tacir for more information about the Commission. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance with strong computer skills and a strong interest in using data to inform decision makers and must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Experience with Microsoft Excel is required; experience with other Microsoft Office programs is desired. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate skill in managing and analyzing large datasets. Assignments allow initiative and independence within a focused environment, and work is evaluated by results. The salary range begins at $36,900 annually; the actual salary is commensurate with education and experience. Applicants must be willing to relocate to Nashville Tennessee. Benefits include employer-paid retirement, defined contribution plan with employer match, a wide choice of health insurance packages, as well as a flexible benefits plan, and training opportunities, including one free university-level course per semester. Please check http://www.tn.gov/dohr/employment/benefits.html for links to information about job benefits with the State of Tennessee. TACIR is an equal opportunity employer. Discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability is strictly prohibited. Send resume & letter to TACIR; 226 Capitol Blvd., Suite 508; Nashville, TN 37243; fax to 615-532-2443; or email to michael.timme@tn.gov.


Grain Elevator Manager - June 25, 2013

Title: Grain Elevator Manager


Posting Date: June 25, 2013


Keywords: Agriculture Business, Ag. Econ or Business degree


Description: Details eI-9 Company Value Bunge North America, Inc. Position Information Number of Positions 1 External / Published Job Title Elevator Manager Position Type Full Time - Regular Area of Interest Elevator Operations Skills / Experience Requirements • Bachelors degree in Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Business, Business or applicable related field • Three to five years applicable experience preferred • Background in agriculture is desirable • Willingness to relocate • Demonstrated analytical aptitude and interest • Demonstrated organization and planning capabilities • Strong communication and writing skills • Strong mechanical skills • Proficient with basic computer skills, including Lotus Notes, Excel, Microsoft Word, and other technical software packages • High level of employee relationship skills • Demonstrated ability to build strong customer relationships • Comfortable working safely in high places, over water, and with rail • Must have initiative and be assertive • Problem solver and quick, accurate decision maker • Self-motivated • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and conflicting objectives External Description Overview Manage a full-service commercial grain operation with responsibility for both commercial and operational activities. Essential Functions Commercial Responsibilities: • Originate grain at acceptable historical/budgeted levels • Grain merchandising • Plant logistics • Maintain and expand the customer base • Producer communication • Experience with accounting functions, including but not limited to: inputting contracts, contract/ticket applications, customer reports, daily activity reports, and month-end accounting Operational Responsibilities: • Repairs and preventative maintenance • Work outdoors in the elevator • Grain grading • Inventory management • Rail, truck, and barge loading/unloading • Procure safety and maintenance supplies Management Responsibilities: • Manage to business plan according to pre-set objectives • Train and educate all personnel on-site • Monitor and maintain plant safety inspection programs and records • Employee relations • Employee supervision • Administrate the corporate safety program • Observe employees safety practices and sanctions of same Salary Grade Information Standard Hours 40 Location Location Boothspoint TN Country U.S. State / Province Tennessee City Dyersburg Recruiting Team Job Board Classification Code Manuf/Operation - Operations, General


Answer Plot Research Specialist Delta Region - June 10, 2013

Title: Answer Plot Research Specialist Delta Region


Posting Date: June 10, 2013


Keywords: Agriculture


Description: Description WinField, a Land O'Lakes company, offers top-performing seed and crop protection products with unmatched agricultural expertise and performance as core company values. This incumbent must live within 30 minutes of Memphis, TN or Jonesboro, AR. The Research Specialist role is the operating arm of an Answer Plot crew. The person in this role performs all aspects of operational functions including but not limited to: farm equipment preparation & operation, seed prep, equipment transport, field operations, GIS applications, and some mapping. The Research Specialist reports to a Research Manager for his designated territory and assists in planning and executing the Answer Plot objectives for his/her region. The Research Specialist must be able to communicate effectively, keep detailed records, and follow instructions to a tee. Customer focus is imperative. - Work with the LOL safety team to ensure DOT and Safety compliance. This includes tracking fuel receipts, submitting info to RAIR for auditing; ensuring proper log book procedures are followed. - Crop scouting/advising: Considerable time will be spent walking Answer Plots to evaluate weed control, insect infestations and disease outbreaks, consulting with RAs or RPMs on solutions, and planning operations to resolve issues with crop production. - Answer Plot maintenance and preparation: Much time is devoted to preparing sites for training sessions or grower field days. Grooming plots and planning protocol execution to coincide with these events is paramount. - Oversee and coordinate temporary labor needs: Summer Research Technicians require direction from Research Specialists to complete operational goals. The RS develops workflows and task lists and trains Summer Research Technicians on skills necessary to complete the work in a timely manner with exceptional quality. - Answer Plot Planning Activities: The Research Specialist will assist his/her Research Manager in an number of planning and organizing tasks such as but not limited to the following: sourcing sites, developing contracts, site layout, entry lists, database setup, equipment prep, fertilizer and CPP planning, operational plans, and data flow planning. Qualifications College degree in Ag related field 2 years service as Research Technician Must have or able to obtain a Class A CDL and a Pesticide Applicators License Must be able to lift 50 lbs. Communication: Delivers clear, concise, and effective verbal and written messages directed to the appropriate audience(s). Delivers Results: Makes commitments and keeps them. Gets things done in collapsed time frames. Reduces complexity and increases focus. Delivers industry leading results. Adaptability/Flexibility: Maintains effectiveness despite changes. Can change direction quickly. Can support/adapt to change despite disagreeing with it. Integrity: Demonstrates honesty, is widely trusted, keeps commitments, treats people with dignity and respect, is open to the perspectives of others, and walks the talk. Critical Thinking Skills: Gathers and integrates critical information, recognizing and addressing underlying assumptions of others, to arrive at effective solutions. Breaks down problems into simple tasks or activities. Analyzes relationships among several parts of a problem or situation. Customer Focus: Responds appropriately and takes personal responsibility for meeting customers' expectations. Maintains effective communications with customers. Works to improve service with customers by knowing and anticipating customers' needs and matching needs to products/services. Organization: WinField Experienced Travel: No Job Posting: Apr 19, 2013 Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/szv54g7


Territory Sale Rep. - June 4, 2013

Title: Territory Sale Rep.


Posting Date: June 4, 2013


Keywords: Business, Marketing, Sales, Management


Description: Please submit your resume to Lolita Jones at lolita.jones@grainger.com Grainger has been named to the 2013 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For List. With 2011 sales at $8.1 billion, Grainger is a Fortune 500 company and a perennial member of Fortune magazine's Most Admired Companies list. We're looking for people with talent and passion. People with commitment and drive. With your help, we'll continue to serve our customers' needs every day ... and maintain our standing as the leading distributor of products that keep facilities running. We recognize the value of diversity of thought. So we want people with ideas the confidence to voice them and the generosity to share them. At Grainger, you'll find challenging work and plenty of paths to professional growth and advancement. A variety of opportunities is available through our internship and development programs for new graduates and MBAs. We are currently recruiting for Territory Sales Rep in our Nashville, TN markets. ( You must reside within 30 miles of your preferred location). Keep in mind that you don't need prior sales experience to be considered. We are looking for individuals with tenacity, drive and the eagerness to learn. If you are not currently looking but know of someone who is, feel free to share my contact information with him/her. The Territory Sales Representative (TSR) is responsible for maximizing and growing revenue and profits within his/her assigned geography by selling to existing customers and acquiring new business. Grainger Offers: • Excellent Base + Commission Incentives • Company Vehicle provided along with Gas Card/Insurance • Full Health/Benefits Package on Day 1 • Growth Opportunities with a Fortune 500 Company Review our video about a day in the life of our Territory Sales Rep, http://www.experiencedone.com/why/sarah/v.php Position Requirements • An assertive personality, high energy level and resilient character • Excellent verbal communication skills • Exhibits high integrity in all business dealings • Strong time management and organization skills • A valid drivers license • High School Diploma or GED Preferred candidates will have an Undergraduate Degree and/or prior sales experience All candidates must demonstrate ability to: • Rapidly build knowledge of Grainger’s MRO product lines • Identify opportunities, negotiate and manage sales, manage business needs and cost requirements • Understand and use basic selling techniques: open, probe, presentation, over-coming objections • Understand, apply and synthesize complex data/information regarding customers and account package Please submit your resume to Lolita Jones at lolita.jones@grainger.com Grainger is an equal opportunity employer. Lolita Jones Talent Acquisition Consultant Human Resources Office: 312-915-5048 Fax: 312-840-6522 lolita.jones@grainger.com www.grainger.com


Management Trainee Communications and Signals - June 3, 2013

Title: Management Trainee Communications and Signals


Posting Date: June 3, 2013


Keywords: Electrical Engineer


Description: Job Posting Title Management Trainee Communications and Signals Job Title Management Trainee Communications and Signals/Electrical Engineers Company Norfolk Southern is one of the nation's premier transportation companies specializing in freight railroading. We operate approximately 21,000 route miles in 22 states and the District of Columbia, serve every major container port in the eastern United States, and provide efficient connections to other rail carriers. Norfolk Southern has the most extensive intermodal network in the East and is a major transporter of coal and industrial products. We are a team of more than 28,000 employees working together to maintain our reputation as "The Thoroughbred of Transportation". As an industry leader, Norfolk Southern offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. Job Description Communications and Signals (C&S) trainees gain experience in installing all types of signal equipment used on the railroad, including wayside and crossing signal systems, defect detectors, automatic equipment identification (AEI) systems, and hump yard systems. You will also learn all aspects of our C&S systems and devices, including design, construction, maintenance, safety compliance and inspection. You’ll be working outdoors in a predominately field-oriented and highly responsible position, responsible for the supervision of technicians. Training generally lasts 6-12 months. We prefer to fill these positions with electrical or electronics engineering graduates. Interested candidates must be willing to relocate across our 22 state operating territories and be willing to travel. Thanks, Mone’t Hart College Recruiting Norfolk Southern Corporation If interested contact monet.hart2@nscorp.com


Cost Accountant - May 17, 2013

Title: Cost Accountant


Posting Date: May 17, 2013


Keywords: Accounting


Description: Job Title: Cost Accountant Department: Accounting Reports To: Vice President Finance – Controller FLSA Status: Exempt – Professional – DF39 – X374 Prepared By: Randy Stewart Date: 05/16/2013 Approved By: Rick Bowden Date: 05/16/2013 Revised By: Date: Approved By: Date: Summary: Overall responsibility for maintaining cost and inventory accounting systems for the company. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Maintain annual update of standard cost. Plan of semi-annual physical inventories. Complete year-end LIFO Report. Complete of year-end Uniform cost of Capital Report. Complete periodic government reports. Review daily Production Reports. Insure accurate perpetual records for finished goods inventory. Insure accuracy of labor reporting. Assist in monthly close of accounting books. Maintain “Stat Book” of production and sales analysis. Assist in yearly budget preparation and monitor standard cost changes/additions. Assist the Vice-President Controller on special projects as required. Perform analysis of manufacturing variances. Review Bills of Material and Routings for reasonableness. Serve in an “Advisory” capacity to other departments in the area of Cost Accounting, Inventory, and Manufacturing systems. Supervisory Responsibilities None Qualifications 2-3 years of cost accounting in a manufacturing environment preferred. Education and/or Experience BS in accounting/finance or equivalent work experience. Language Skills Reading skills sufficient to understand complex documents. Writing skills sufficient to explain complex information. Verbal skills sufficient to explain complex information. And must be proficient in all company computer programs and systems provided to meet departmental objectives. Mathematical Skills Must have skills sufficient to analyze and interpret data and statistics compiled or presented to the department for use in performing the essential functions of the position. Reasoning Ability Must be able to take complex and diverse information or situations which have several probable correct paths and compile information in a manner that allows problems to be solved in a reasonable fashion. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations CPA preferred, not required. Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Typical office environment. 10% manufacturing floor observation. Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Typical office environment with exposure to heat, cold, dust in manufacturing observation environment.


Accountant - May 15, 2013

Title: Accountant


Posting Date: May 15, 2013


Keywords: Accounting


Description: “ACCOUNTANT - Local area CPA firm has immediate opening for career-minded professional with Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. Public accounting experience preferred. Please send resume to ACCT, P.O. Box 551, Columbia, TN 38402-0551 or email mloftin@yorkdillingham.com.”


Federal Jobs - May 1, 2013

Title: Federal Jobs


Posting Date: May 1, 2013


Keywords: All majors


Description: https://www.usajobs.gov If you are interested in working in Federal positions you need to look at this web site.


Answer Plot Research Specialist Delta Region - April 29, 2013

Title: Answer Plot Research Specialist Delta Region


Posting Date: April 29, 2013


Keywords: Agriculture


Description: Posted Dated: 04/23/2013 Business Unit: Winfield Requisition Number: 17766 Job Title: Answer Plot Research Specialist - Delta Region Function: Research and Development Position Location: MN-Shoreview-Remote Territory (if applicable): Jonesboro Arkansas, Memphis, Tennesee Winfield Business Unit: WinField, a Land O'Lakes company, offers top-performing seed and crop protection products with unmatched agricultural expertise and performance as core company values. Position Purpose: This incumbent must live within 30 minutes of Memphis, TN or Jonesboro, AR. The Research Specialist role is the operating arm of an Answer Plot crew. The person in this role performs all aspects of operational functions including but not limited to: farm equipment preparation & operation, seed prep, equipment transport, field operations, GIS applications, and some mapping. The Research Specialist reports to a Research Manager for his designated territory and assists in planning and executing the Answer Plot objectives for his/her region. The Research Specialist must be able to communicate effectively, keep detailed records, and follow instructions to a tee. Customer focus is imperative. - Work with the LOL safety team to ensure DOT and Safety compliance. This includes tracking fuel receipts, submitting info to RAIR for auditing; ensuring proper log book procedures are followed. - Crop scouting/advising: Considerable time will be spent walking Answer Plots to evaluate weed control, insect infestations and disease outbreaks, consulting with RAs or RPMs on solutions, and planning operations to resolve issues with crop production. - Answer Plot maintenance and preparation: Much time is devoted to preparing sites for training sessions or grower field days. Grooming plots and planning protocol execution to coincide with these events is paramount. - Oversee and coordinate temporary labor needs: Summer Research Technicians require direction from Research Specialists to complete operational goals. The RS develops workflows and task lists and trains Summer Research Technicians on skills necessary to complete the work in a timely manner with exceptional quality. - Answer Plot Planning Activities: The Research Specialist will assist his/her Research Manager in an number of planning and organizing tasks such as but not limited to the following: sourcing sites, developing contracts, site layout, entry lists, database setup, equipment prep, fertilizer and CPP planning, operational plans, and data flow planning. Required (Basic) Experience & Education: College degree in Ag related field 2 years service as Research Technician Must have or able to obtain a Class A CDL and a Pesticide Applicators License Must be able to lift 50 lbs Required Competencies & Other Skills: Communication: Delivers clear, concise, and effective verbal and written messages directed to the appropriate audience(s). Delivers Results: Makes commitments and keeps them. Gets things done in collapsed time frames. Reduces complexity and increases focus. Delivers industry leading results. Adaptability/Flexibility: Maintains effectiveness despite changes. Can change direction quickly. Can support/adapt to change despite disagreeing with it. Integrity: Demonstrates honesty, is widely trusted, keeps commitments, treats people with dignity and respect, is open to the perspectives of others, and walks the talk. Critical Thinking Skills: Gathers and integrates critical information, recognizing and addressing underlying assumptions of others, to arrive at effective solutions. Breaks down problems into simple tasks or activities. Analyzes relationships among several parts of a problem or situation. Customer Focus: Responds appropriately and takes personal responsibility for meeting customers' expectations. Maintains effective communications with customers. Works to improve service with customers by knowing and anticipating customers' needs and matching needs to products/services Preferred Experience & Education: Bachelors degree in Ag related field 2 years of small plot or Ag retail experience Preferred Competencies & Other Skills: Managing Work: Effectively organizes time, people, and activities. Figures out the necessary processes to get things done. Leverages others' expertise. Conflict Management: Effectively approaches and resolves conflicts. Can settle disputes effectively. Finds common ground and gains cooperation quickly. Maintains professionalism despite others' reactions. Technical/Professional Knowledge & Skills: Has a satisfactory level of technical and professional skill or knowledge in Agronomy, Ag Technology, and Ag Business profession. Self Leadership: Takes responsibility for one's own actions, commitments, development. Sets goals and takes initiative to continuously improve performance, processes, and products. Manages one's own stress and frustrations effectively. Demonstrates a sense of urgency and perseveres despite obstacles. Percentage of Travel: 50 Land O'Lakes, Inc. offers a competitive compensation and benefits package, including medical and dental insurance, retirement savings account, tuition reimbursement, PTO, paid holidays, and employee development opportunities. Land O'Lakes, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Land O'Lakes,Inc. enforces a policy of maintaining a drug-free workforce, including pre-employment substance abuse testing. Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/5x7j5bp


Group Sales Account Executive - April 19, 2013

Title: Group Sales Account Executive


Posting Date: April 19, 2013


Keywords: Sales, Marketing,Communications


Description: FULL TIME JOB OPENING Group Sales Account Executive – Nashville Market Job Summary: Responsible for the sales and implementation of sales programs (catered outings, group ticket purchases and online ticket programs) to groups of over 50 for the defined Nashville sales territory. This position requires developing clients through cold calling and prospecting as well as developing a network of contacts in the assigned territory. Travel will be required throughout the assigned territory. Accountable for enforcing all park policies and procedures while maintaining guest satisfaction and profitability of the company. Reports to: Group Sales Manager Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Following territorial objectives and strategies, managing all account activity in the assigned geographic area. • Spending 65% of sales time in personal "face to face" selling and servicing of accounts, as well as, prospecting for new business. • Servicing of accounts includes coordinating the event at the park, both in planning and day of event. • Meet or exceed personal sales /call quotas. • Service existing sales accounts and increase revenue base. • Execute sales and marketing programs within assigned territory. • Develop partnerships within local chambers of commerce, civic organizations, businesses, associations, etc. to increase park visitation. • Submit required sales and revenue reports to Group Sales Manager by defined deadlines. • All other duties as assigned by Group Sales Manager • Must be able to work weekends and outside of normal business hours ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬Skills and Qualifications: • Experience in the amusement park/entertainment/hospitality industry preferred • Six months to two years of sales experience in outside sales and telemarketing • Bachelor’s degree preferred • Excellent communications skills, both verbal and written • Must be extremely organized and detail- oriented • Must demonstrate outgoing personality and professional appearance • Must be free to travel occasionally as needed • Must be at least 21 years of age • Strong working knowledge of Windows with main attention to Word, Excel and Power Point • Working knowledge of ACT client management program preferred • Driver’s License and clean DMV record Interested candidates should submit a resume to: Nashville Shores 4001 Bell Road Hermitage, TN 37076 Attn: Dana Russell e-mail: drussell@nashvilleshores.com EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/NASHVILLE SHORES SUPPORTS A DRUG FREE WORKPLAC


AmeriCorps Vista Program - April 17, 2013

Title: AmeriCorps Vista Program


Posting Date: April 17, 2013


Keywords: Social Work, Social Services, Humanities


Description: I am pleased to announce the availability of six different full-time positions that are now available through the AmeriCorps VISTA Program at non-profit organizations across the state. We are looking to fill these positions quickly, and need your help to get the word out! The deadline to apply is May 18, 2013. Please note that these positions are not available for full-time students, but would be a great opportunity for those who have recently graduated or for part-time students who are taking classes online, at night, or on the weekend (classes cannot interfere with the normal business hours of the organization). Please find additional information below: VISTA stands for Volunteers In Service To America, and the VISTA Program is a lot like the PeaceCorps, but Members serve within the United States at a non-profit organization. VISTA Members serve as full-time volunteers and focus on building capacity and infrastructure to make a lasting impact for the organization and the community. Benefits of service include an annual living allowance of $11,106, health benefits, relocation allowance, and the choice between two different post-service awards: an education award of $5,550 or a cash stipend of $1,500 (a full list of benefits is attached to this email). Community LIFT - Memphis, TN VISTA Member activities will include: • Reviewing evaluations of the effectiveness of current services being offered and identifying gaps in services. • Establishing and launching a Community Steering Committee that will help with developing a comprehensive neighborhood plan to advance housing, environment, livability, and economic developers. • Organizing a series of quarterly, topic-focused public visioning sessions to develop neighborhood revitalization recommendations. • Building the capacity of social service providers. The STAR Center, Veterans Services - Jackson, TN VISTA Member activities will include: • Increasing community awareness of services and benefits that are available to individuals with disabilities, with increased focus on veterans and military families. • Ensuring that all infrastructure is in place to effectively and efficiently track outcomes, assess needs and qualifications, and enroll veterans and military families in various available services and to refer them to other programs available to them in their communities. • Developing community relationships with service providers who can inform and refer individuals with disabilities and veterans to access services at STAR. • Establishing the means to recruit veterans to serve as volunteers for direct service provision for STAR. • Exploring new partnerships with agencies that work directly with individuals with disabilities, veterans, military family members, and Veterans Serving Organizations. The STAR Center, Learning Lab - Jackson, TN VISTA Member activities will include: • Recruiting and placing volunteer mentors and tutors. • Developing curriculum and training materials to increase educational and behavioral outcomes in terms of literacy and math skills, as well as social and emotional development. • Creating positive publicity materials to continue expansion of the Learning Lab, Literacy Lab, and Play Attention programs. • Assisting in transitioning to Common Core Standards to ensure that each client meets or exceeds standard educational goals. • Training staff to implement Common Core Standards. • Researching and assisting with securing grant funding for the Learning Lab. Regional Inter-Faith Association (RIFA) - Jackson, TN VISTA Member activities will include: • Increasing the efficacy of services offered through the Summer Club and Club 412 Afterschool Program by increasing community awareness of these programs and developing new infrastructure to support the programs. • Recruiting new donors including local churches, business, and corporate sponsors to increase funding and donations for the Food Bank, Snack Backpacks, and the Soup Kitchen. • Enhancing program capacity through creation of a development and fundraising database to include local, state and national civic organizations, businesses, foundations, corporations, etc. • Promoting self-sufficiency and personal growth of Soup Kitchen clients, including veterans, families, and children, through increased efficacy of outreach services to meet immediate needs of clients including housing, clothing, hygiene, life skills (communication, conflict management, etc.) and nutrition. Signal Centers, Veterans Services - Chattanooga, TN VISTA Member activities will include: • Increasing community awareness of services and benefits that are available to individuals with disabilities, with increased focus on veterans and military families. • Ensuring that all infrastructure is in place to effectively and efficiently track outcomes, assess needs and qualifications, and enroll veterans and military families in various available services and to refer them to other programs available to them in their communities. • Developing community relationships with service providers who can inform and refer individuals with disabilities and veterans to access services at Signal Centers. • Establishing the means to recruit veterans to serve as volunteers for direct service provision for Signal Centers. • Exploring new partnerships with agencies that work directly with individuals with disabilities, veterans, military family members, and Veterans Serving Organizations. Interested candidates should contact Denise Meise, VISTA Project Supervisor, at denise.meise@starcenter.tn.org for additional information and application instructions. Thank you in advance for your help with recruiting for these positions! Denise Meise VISTA Project Supervisor STAR Center, Inc. 1119 Old Humboldt Rd. Jackson, TN 38305 Cell: 731-616-3102 VISTA Supervisor Blog: http://btvistasupervisors.wordpress.com/ Website: www.starcenter.tn.org ***Please note that my family has relocated to Lebanon, TN, and I am no longer working on-site at the STAR Center. I check emails frequently, and welcome you to call my cell phone number listed above at any time.***


AmeriCorp Vista Program - March 14, 2013

Title: AmeriCorp Vista Program


Posting Date: March 14, 2013


Keywords: All graduates


Description: Good Afternoon, I am pleased to announce the availability of three different full-time positions that are now available through the AmeriCorps VISTA Program at non-profit organizations across the state. We are looking to fill these positions quickly, and need your help to get the word out! The deadline to apply is March 22, 2013. Please note that this position is not available for full-time students, but would be a great opportunity for those who have recently graduated or for part time students who are taking classes online, at night, or on the weekend (classes cannot interfere with the normal business hours of the organization). Please find additional information below: VISTA stands for Volunteers In Service To America, and the VISTA Program is a lot like the PeaceCorps, but Members serve within the United States at a non-profit organization. VISTA Members serve as full-time volunteers and focus on building capacity and infrastructure to make a lasting impact for the organization and the community. Benefits of service include an annual living allowance of $11,106, health benefits, relocation allowance, and the choice between two different post-service awards: an education award of $5,550 or a cash stipend of $1,500 (a full list of benefits is attached to this email). Community LIFT - Memphis, TN VISTA Member activities will include: • Reviewing evaluations of the effectiveness of current services being offered and identifying gaps in services. • Establishing and launching a Community Steering Committee that will help with developing a comprehensive neighborhood plan to advance housing, environment, livability, and economic developers. • Organizing a series of quarterly, topic-focused public visioning sessions to develop neighborhood revitalization recommendations. • Building the capacity of social service providers. Outreach Housing and Community, Inc. - Memphis, TN VISTA Member activities will include: • Becoming versed in OHC's mission and services. • Developing an inventory system to organize and maintain all information technology (IT) including computers, phone, printers, copiers, etc. • Developing a plan to update OHC's Information Technology systems and devices. • Implementing the new IT plan. • Enhancing OHC's process for tracking client information. East Tennessee Technology Access Center (ETTAC) - Knoxville, TN VISTA Member activities will include: • Increasing community awareness of services and benefits that are available to individuals with disabilities, with increased focus on veterans and military families. • Ensuring that all infrastructure is in place to effectively and efficiently track outcomes, assess needs and qualifications, and enroll veterans and military families in various available services and to refer them to other programs available to them in their communities. • Developing community relationships with service providers who can inform and refer individuals with disabilities and veterans to access services at ETTAC. • Establishing the means to recruit veterans to serve as volunteers for direct service provision for ETTAC. • Exploring new partnerships with agencies that work directly with individuals with disabilities, veterans, military family members, and Veterans Serving Organizations. Interested candidates should contact Denise Meise, VISTA Project Supervisor, at denise.meise@starcenter.tn.org for additional information and application instructions. Thank you in advance for your help with recruiting for these positions! Denise Meise VISTA Project Supervisor STAR Center, Inc. 1119 Old Humboldt Rd. Jackson, TN 38305 Cell: 731-616-3102 VISTA Supervisor Blog: http://btvistasupervisors.wordpress.com/ Website: www.starcenter.tn.org ***Please note that my family has relocated to Lebanon, TN, and I am no longer working on-site at the STAR Center. I check emails frequently, and welcome you


Territorial Sales Representative - March 12, 2013

Title: Territorial Sales Representative


Posting Date: March 12, 2013


Keywords: Business majors


Description: Pepsi MidAmerica is interviewing for Territorial Sales Representatives residing in Benton, Carroll, Henry,Houston,Humphreys, Obion and WEakley Counties. Job requires a 4 years degree in Sales and Marketing If interested contact: Jeffrey Hames at (731) 641-6952 or tnhrmgr2@pepsimidamerica.com


Peace Corp - February 14, 2013

Title: Peace Corp


Posting Date: February 14, 2013


Keywords: All majors


Description: For the second year in a row, the Peace Corps was named the fourth best small federal agency to work for on the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government list. Peace Corps also took the number one spot among small federal agencies for support for diversity and inclusion. The best way to know if you qualify for Peace Corps service is to apply. Submit your online application by February 28th to be considered for an assignment departing before April 2014. All majors can qualify with just 30 hours of relevant experience. Click here to learn more about how your skills and experience match one of our programs. Our application process allows you to go at your own pace. You can start an application, save the information you enter, and go back later to complete the remaining questions. Learn more about the application process in our Application FAQs. Our staff of recruiters - all of whom served in the Peace Corps themselves - can tell you what it's really like to Volunteer and how to work through the application process. Peace Corps recruiters are your partners in the journey to becoming a Volunteer. Contact a Southeast Regional recruiter at (404) 562-3456 or atlinfo@peacecorps.gov. Peace Corps Southeast Regional Recruitment Office 60 Forsyth Street, Suite 3M40 | Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: 404.562.3456 | Fax: 404.562.3455 Upcoming Events | Follow us on Facebook


Job Search Sites - January 29, 2013

Title: Job Search Sites


Posting Date: January 29, 2013


Keywords: Job Search sites for all majors


Description: Web sites and steps to find a job www.experience.com log in, create a user name and use the password "skyhawk" to upload your resume and look for job information. www.alumni.tennessee.edu click on services click on Career Services click on Job Search click on Career Shift Search by location, degree and for alumni that work for this company or organization www.utm.edu/departments/careers/jobpostings.php


Federal Bureau of Prisons - January 10, 2013

Title: Federal Bureau of Prisons


Posting Date: January 10, 2013


Keywords: Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology


Description: Federal Bureau of Prisons is the largest correctional system in the country with locations across the United States and Puerto Rico. If interested you can view video clips related to various positions at www.bop.gov. Job applications are accessible online and should be completed at www.usajobs.gov. If interested in positions at the FCI Memphis you still apply at www usajobs.gov but you can contact Human Resources Dept. at (901) 372-2269 (ext's 5174, 5176, 5177) with questions concerning the hiring process.


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