List of Contacts for Summer Jobs and Internships



May 2016



Creative & Copywriter Internships


Opportunity:  The Bitter Student is a student-run startup. We love working with other talented and creative students. If you’d like to be part of The BS team this summer, check out the info below and give us a shout. We can’t wait to meet you!


Description:  Internships can run 7 weeks to 3 months.  We require approximately 5-10 hours per week (plenty of time for you to work on other projects).  Class credit IS available.  We throw you right into the action and let you work on real projects with the rest of the team.  Internships are intended for undergraduate students or recent grads.  You will see assignments through to completion while handling duties and requests large or small


Creative Intern will: Work with the entire team to bring concepts to life.  Work on a diverse group of projects from branding, social media content, website layout, and design.  Recruit videographers and photographers


Creative Intern must have:  A general understanding of (and love for) design, as well as a solid handle on composition and typography.  A working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator.) Photographic, illustration and/or web design skills are a huge plus, but not mandatory.  Strong attention to detail.  A positive attitude and willingness to learn.


Content Intern (Copy Writer) will: Work with and support editors.  Recruit content contributors.  Multi-task constantly.  Conduct research to support creative strategy development.  Be proactive and provide clear communication – both verbal and written.  Write copy for website when needed


Content Intern (Copy Writer) must have: Professional or educational experience in marketing, public relations, communications or equivalent.  Excellent writing and communication skills.  Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.  Familiarity with office program software (Pages, Microsoft Word, etc).  The ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously.  A positive attitude and willingness to learn. 


 To Apply: Please specify what kind of Internship you’re applying for in the subject line of your email to  Please do not include a cover letter; instead tell us a little bit about yourself in the body of your email.  In 1-2 sentences, tell us why you want to work at The Bitter Student.  Please include a resume and send all materials as links via services such as Dropbox and Google Drive. Make sure the share settings allow anyone to view.  Please include a link to your personal URL/portfolio – we’ll accept PDF portfolios in lieu of links or online samples of your work.


Contact: Samuel Campbell (BSC Class of 2018) / E-mail: / Website:


Assistant Buyer


Opportunity: An Assistant Buyer at TDP maintains the daily operations of the Purchasing Department.  They maintain positive relationships with multiple vendors as well as the TDP team to ensure the most current information relating to product knowledge, demand, forecasting, and service is available.  The Assistant Buyer is an integral part of the TDP team and provides support throughout the company where needed.


Description (Essential Duties and Responsibilities): Creates purchase orders to meet demand and forecasting needs.  Maintains and updates all product and pricing information in the database. Maintain ensure accuracy of item database. Executes day to day operations in Purchasing. Track and order internal supply needs for TDP team. Confirms all aspects of purchase orders with vendors. Communicates product availability to TDP team and selected accounts. Ensures TDP team has most current and accurate information to communicate with accounts. Assists in inventory management, tracking, forecasting and data analysis. Works with Warehouse to maintain accurate inventory management i.e. returns and cycle counts. Works with vendors to ensure accuracy of information. Works with Accounting to clear any discrepancies related to Purchasing. Troubleshoot and provide assistance with Receiving to maintain inventory integrity.  Assists all areas of TDP with any needed help.


Skills/Competencies: Analytical - Collects and researches data. Gathers and analyzes information skillfully. Problem Solving Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner. Customer Service Manages difficult customer situations; Responds promptly to customer needs. Oral Communication - Listens and gets clarification; Responds well to questions. Written Communication - Writes clear and concise in both numerical and informative correspondence. Quality Management - Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness. Dependability - Follows instructions, responds to management direction; Completes tasks on time or notifies appropriate person with an alternate plan. Judgment - Displays willingness to make decisions; Exhibits sound and accurate judgment. Planning/Organizing - Uses time efficiently. Quality - Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness.


Qualifications:  High School Diploma and two to three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Read and interpret documents including safety rules, operating/maintenance instructions, and procedures.

Write routine reports and correspondence. Speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.


Math Ability: Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume.  Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.


Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.


Computer Skills: Intermediate Microsoft Office, SQL, and Tableau.


Notes: This position is a great entry level opportunity for a new graduate.  It is a position that will continue to grow as the company expands.  The Assistant Buyer will be an essential part of the buying process, which includes purchasing analytics, negotiating and demand forecasting.  It will require a strong sense of ownership and willingness to improve professionally.  In Purchasing we are exposed to every area of our business and keep professional relationships with people throughout the kitchen and bath industry. 




Jordan Jaggers / Business Analyst/Buyer / The Distribution Point / 3242 Moody Parkway, Moody, Al  35004 / 866-837-2550 phone / 866-837-2517 fax /


Rob Foster / Director of Purchasing and Analytics / The Distribution Point / 3242 Moody Parkway, Moody, Al  35004 / 866-837-2550 phone / 866-837-2517 fax /



Lead Hospital Network Development Specialist


Description: The Lead Hospital Network Development Specialist negotiates, administers, and executes hospital contracts in accordance with company standards in order to maintain and enhance networks to ensure we meet and exceed quality and financial goals.  They develop strong relationships with the executive teams of the network hospitals leading to the achievement of provider satisfaction, network growth, and cost targets.  In addition, they will formulate and coordinate bid proposals, which include community health care research and fiscal analysis.  The Lead Hospital Network Development Specialist must have excellent written, verbal, negotiating, and interpersonal skills; be customer-service oriented; have the ability to problem solve; be well-organized; and work and perform independently with hospital executives in all negotiation. This candidate will be responsible for building and maintaining hospital networks, which includes negotiating reimbursement rates, market research for healthcare services across the country, cold-calling, and contract language review.


Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in health care administration or business administration  preferred.  Three to five years of healthcare experience.  Full understanding of Medicare Parts A and B reimbursement required.  Must be able to work independently.  3 to 5 years of experience in negotiating provider contract language.  Good communication and organizational skills and ability to interact positively with outside clients,  coworkers and supervisors.  Ability to work effectively and multi-task in a fast-paced, result-oriented environment and exercise a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making to achieve organizational objectives.  Ability to travel up to 10-15%.  Proficient knowledge of Excel.


NaphCare offers competitive compensation.  Our fulltime teammates also have a top notch benefits package, which includes health, FREE prescriptions, vision & dental coverage,  401(k) match, Paid Time Off, paid holidays, tuition assistance, etc.


To Apply:  Please send your resume to or apply directly using the following link:


Contact: Jennifer Shaw / Director of Talent Development / NaphCare, Inc. / 2090 Columbiana Road, Suite 4000, Birmingham, Alabama 35216 / O: 205.552.1779  / F: 205.545.9712 / E: /



Provider Network Specialist


Description: The Provider Network Specialist administers provider contracts to ensure we meet and exceed quality and financial goals.  They develop strong relationships with executive teams and the providers affiliated with our network hospitals in order to achieve network growth and cost targets. In addition, they work closely with the Lead Contract Management Specialist to formulate and coordinate bid proposals.  The Provider Network Specialist must have excellent written, verbal, negotiating, and interpersonal skills; be customer-service oriented; have the ability to problem solve; be well-organized; and work and perform independently in all negotiations.


Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Basic  understanding of Medicare Parts A and B reimbursement preferred.  2-3 years of healthcare or contract negotiation experience preferred.  Must be able to build and maintain physician networks, which includes negotiating reimbursement rates, cold-calling, and contract language review. Must be able to work independently.  Negotiating provider contract language preferred.  Ability to and effectively interact and present information regarding services to practice administrators, physicians and executives.  Good communication and organizational skills and ability to interact positively with outside clients,  coworkers and supervisors.  Ability to work effectively and multi-task in a fast-paced, result-oriented environment and exercise a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making to achieve organizational objectives.  Proficient knowledge in Excel.  Ability to travel up to 10-15%.


NaphCare offers competitive compensation.  Our fulltime teammates also have a top notch benefits package, which includes health, FREE prescriptions, vision & dental coverage,  401(k) match, Paid Time Off, paid holidays, tuition assistance, etc.


To Apply: Please send your resume to or apply directly using the following link:


Contact: Jennifer Shaw / Director of Talent Development / NaphCare, Inc. / 2090 Columbiana Road, Suite 4000, Birmingham, Alabama 35216 / O: 205.552.1779  / F: 205.545.9712 / E: /



Distribution Technician


Opportunity: Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with the American Red Cross! The American Red Cross currently has Employment Opportunities  open in our Birmingham office.  We are currently seeking candidates for a fulltime Distribution Technician (BIO65456) position.


To Apply: The American Red Cross accepts interest in open positions via our Careers Portal. The system will allow you to upload your resume, create a personal profile and apply to job openings directly on-line. This system will ensure that your information is captured and securely stored giving you the flexibility to review and apply to all our current job



Visit our website:


Search for open jobs based on keyword, location, area of interest, etc.  If you choose to apply, you will be prompted to create a user profile.  Be sure to include current contact information.  If your information should change during the recruitment process be sure to log back in and update your profile.  Once you apply for a position, you will receive a confirmation e-mail letting you know that your application has been received. We will contact you if we would like to move forward in the recruitment process. Due to the large number of candidates we receive, we cannot respond to all applications.


Contact: Jamese Pilgrim / Talent Acquisition Advisor / Biomedical Services / American Red Cross /


APRIL 2016



Supervisor Trainee


Opportunity:  Blue Bell Creameries is looking to add to its leadership team at its Sylacauga, Alabama production facility and is accepting application for a Supervisor Trainee position.


Description: A supervisor trainee position will require a rigorous six month or longer training period to learn all aspects of the manufacturing facility. End placement will be dependent on strengths of the individual recognized during the training phase. At the completion of the training period, the individual will be placed in a supervisory role and be directly responsible for planning, organizing, streamlining and developing day to day activities for groups of 20+ employees.


Qualifications:  Applicant must have a minimum of 5 years supervisory experience in a manufacturing setting or a four year degree in a business or agricultural related discipline. Applicant should have knowledge of scheduling, organizing, planning and logistics. Leadership skills and solid work history is a must. Experience in Lean and 6S preferred.


Notes: Blue Bell Creameries produces and distributes premium ice cream and frozen desserts throughout the Southeastern states. With extremely high quality standards and service to our customers, Blue Bell is committed to employing quality people. We are an emerging leader in food safety and sanitation. Blue Bell offers competitive wages with an excellent benefits package while providing our employees with many opportunities for community involvement and company activities. Benefits include medical plan (PPO), dental plan, life insurance, paid vacation, pension plan, disability insurance, and 401K.


To Apply: Interested applicants need to email their resume to No phone calls please.


Contact: Stephanie Brannen / Blue Bell Creameries / 423 N. Norton Ave. Sylacauga,AL 35150 / T:256-249-6100 / F:256-249-6195 /



Management/Sales Training Program


Opportunity: Sherwin Williams is now hiring for their Management/Sales Training Program, which is our full time, entry level position for college grads. The position is $41,000+bonuses, 44 hours a week, and is local.


Description: Our Management/Sales Training (MT) Program prepares you for a successful career in management and outside professional sales at locations throughout the nation. The Program’s comprehensive 18-24 month experience is designed to provide you with the skill development and management support necessary for personal and professional growth. The Program contains a mix of experiential knowledge gained through hands-on activities, classroom training, peer networking, career conferences, online learning and ongoing education throughout your career in the areas of sales, marketing, financial management, store operations, merchandising, customer service and human resource management.


Training: 6 to 8 weeks in a certified training store.  A structured learning program featuring a series of hands-on and virtual learning activities.  Eligible for salary reviews and incentives throughout the program.  Peer social networking using the latest technology.  Career conferences with district management every 6 months.  One week of classroom training at one of our 4 Sherwin-Williams University locations in Atlanta, GA;

Cleveland, OH; Dallas, TX; Philadelphia, PA.   Placement into an Assistant Manager position.  Ongoing professional development and preparation for career advancement.


Qualifications:  College graduate (business majors preferred); Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment without sponsorship for employment visa status; Valid Driver’s License; Excellent communication skills, a good work ethic, and interest in an active, ‘roll-up-your-sleeves’

type of environment are essential; Experience in sales, customer service, food service, or construction is preferred.


Compensation & Benefits: We offer a competitive base salary with salary increases throughout the Program. In addition to our impressive base salary, we also offer incentives based on performance. Additional benefits include: health, dental and vision care; life insurance; disability insurance; 401k/stock purchase plan; company-paid pension investment plan; tuition reimbursement; employee assistance program; and various discount programs.


Company: Founded in 1866, Sherwin-Williams is the industry leader in providing top quality coatings and related products to paint contractors, manufacturers,industrial users, and the retail trade. Recognized among’s ”Top Entry Level and Intern Employer.”  Seven core values drive the Sherwin-Williams culture and our company. These values: Integrity, People, Service, Quality, Performance, Innovation, and Growth, are reflected in our people, our products, and our business practices and relationships. In addition to the Sherwin-Williams brand, we manufacture and sell products under several other well-known and respected brand names such as Dutch Boy, Krylon, Minwax, Thompson’s, Pratt &

Lambert, and Purdy. Opportunities for Career Advancement: At Sherwin-Williams, over 90% of placement into managerial and professional positions comes from within the Company. We provide the necessary training and tools to assist our employees with taking an active role in defining their own career path.


Check out the FAQ section of our website at


Contact: Emily Rice / Recruiter / Sherwin Williams /



Sales/Office Paid Internship


Description: The Sales/Office Intern will be assisting the ThyssenKrupp Steel Services Woodstock, AL Div. with a variety of Sales and Business Development activities.  The intern will be responsible for supporting the day-to-day activities of the commercial team while learning valuable skills related to business, sales and marketing.  The Intern’s summer hours are 8AM to 5PM.  Exceptions will be made for family vacations and summer classes.  The intern will report to the Inside Sales Manager. 


The Sales/Office Intern Team Member will be exposed to: Strategy development and implementation.  Demand generation.  Strategic Market Campaign design and execution.  Opportunities to be creative, grow professionally and learn outside the classroom


Key Accountabilities:  Processes reports and paperwork.  Supports in performing various analytical special projects, including working with spreadsheets, presentation and/or database applications to create reports for sales department meetings. Collaborates with staff and departments in preparing special projects. Assist with designing and executing sales and marketing campaigns specifically surrounding Key Strategic Markets.  Research the Internet for new leads and develop prospect lists.  Maintain and update business contacts and information via   Attend meetings with team members to learn and understand the business & projects  Conduct market research, as needed.


Qualifications:  Minimum Requirements: Currently enrolled full-time in an accredited university. Business, Sales, Marketing, International Business or any degree in the related field.  Applicants should be competitive, assertive, and self-motivated. The ability to think critically, multi-task, and keep up in a fast-paced environment is critical. Good communication and organizational skills.  Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Experience with  Word, Outlook, and Power Point.  Strong multi-tasking skills.  Ability to work independently.


Contact:  Scott Fancher / Inside Sales Manager / ThyssenKrupp Steel Services Division / 148 Integrity Drive, Woodstock, AL 35188 / / (205) 994-7564 /



Office/Marketing Coordinator


Opportunity:  KPS Group in Birmingham is seeking to fill a unique position that combines certain marketing responsibilities with managing the experience of visitors and clients to our office and the flow of information to employees.  This position will work closely with our Human Resources Manager and Director of Marketing and is located at the front desk in the lobby of our new office.


We are inter-disciplinary with architecture, interior design, planning and urban design in our studio.  The work is broad in building type and clientele and the firm is embarking on its second 50 years.  Our office is an old bakery located on Railroad Park within easy walking distance of downtown living, restaurants, trails and sports.    


Description: Greeting clients and visitors.  Assist with marketing materials to be included in proposals, presentations and qualification packages.  Assist with firm’s social media initiative and website updates.  Assist with maintaining the marketing library, databases, LinkedIn and company website.  Signing for and delivering incoming mail and messenger packages.  Coordinating messenger/overnight delivery services.  Copying, scanning, filing miscellaneous paper work.  Managing conference room reservations and coordinating Lunch and Learns.


Qualifications:  Bachelor Degree in Marketing, Communications or English preferred.  We seek a person with an outgoing personality and an interest in marketing and communications.   Strong organizational, editing and communication skills.  Detail oriented and a discerning eye for graphics.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Photoshop, and Outlook.  Experience with InDesign is a plus.  Ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines.


Compensation will be negotiated based upon experience.


To Apply:  Interested parties should send their resume to:    


Contact: Parlisia Jenkins / Human Resources Manager / KPS Group / / direct 205.458.1507 / office 205.251.0125 / Bakers Row, Suite 100, 60   14th  Street South, Birmingham,  Alabama  35233 /



Dance Teachers


Opportunity: Dance Teachers Needed for 2016-17 Season


Description: The Dance Foundation is seeking dance teachers who enjoy teaching young children and bring creativity and enthusiasm to each class.  Creative movement classes are taught with a musician in our state of the art studios as well as in community settings.  The majority of these classes are in the morning and early afternoon hours, and also Saturday mornings.


Qualifications: Requirements include a degree in dance, theatre or related field with dance training, and at least one year of teaching dance is preferred. 


Notes: Training in this curriculum and professional development opportunities will be provided.


To Apply:  Candidates are requested to send a resume and cover letter or email message detailing availability in summer 2016 and the 2016-17 school year.


Contact: Diane Litsey, Executive Director / The Dance Foundation / 1715 27th Court South, Birmingham, AL 35209 / 205/870-0073 x 109 voice / 205/870-1301 fax / /



Select Business Risk Consultant Program


Opportunity: Cobbs Allen is seeking qualified candidates for their Select Business Risk Consultant Trainee Program. 


Qualifications: To qualify, you must have a 3.2 GPA, a degree in Business, Engineering, or Humanities, an entrepreneurial spirit, a competitive loves-to-win attitude, and a drive to work in a commission-based environment.


Description: The Select Business Risk Consultant Program is a unique training opportunity to launch your Property and Casualty Insurance career now and begin selling immediately. Once selected for the Program, participants will complete P&C licensing school and sit for the state exam. Participants will call on accounts with revenue under $10,000 (revenue is a percent of the premium of the account). Service teams will quote new business with carriers, and program participants will complete all necessary applications and oversee the management of the account. For further development during the program, participants will also have the opportunity to complete the Hartford Small Business Program after 9 to 12 months on board. Coaching during the Program will be managed by a Training Panel which consists of a Sales Manager and Account Executive.


Sales and Compensation


Program Expectation: 200 Weekly Sales Calls / 10-12 Monthly Meetings.   Sales:   $25k during year one / $50k during year two / $75k during year three (rolling 12 months).


Program Pay Structure:

Diminishing salary starting around $40,000 (based on experience).

Commission paid on new business / No commission for renewed business.

1 Year of Service  / $40,000 Annual Base Salary / 15% Commission

2 Year of Service  / $30,000 Annual Base Salary / 50% Commission

3 Year of Service  / $20,000 Annual Base Salary / 75% Commission


Example of total compensation if participant is hitting all sales goals:

Year 1 / $40,000 Annual Base Pay / 15% Comm / $25,000 Revenue / $3,750 Comm / $43,750 Total Comp

Year 2 / $30,000 Annual Base Pay / 50% Comm / $50,000 Revenue / $25,000 Comm / $55,000 Total Comp

Year 3 / $20,000 Annual Base Pay / 75% Comm / $75,000 Revenue $56,250 Comm / $76,250 Total Comp


Contact: Jenni Tetloff / HR Director / Cobbs Allen / 115 Office Park Drive, Birmingham, AL 35223 / 205-874-3606 / /



Financial Professional


Opportunity:  Financial growth, Personal satisfaction, and Opportunity to advance. You’ll find all that and more as a New York Life Financial Professional.  We believe it’s possible to get ahead and do the right thing. This belief shows in how we do business and it shows in the people we partner with as Agents and Managers.


Description: As a New York Life Financial Service Professional, you'll be offering high quality life insurance,  annuities, long-term care insurance and other products for insurance and retirement planning needs. You'll also: Develop and implement business and marketing plans.  Discuss financial concerns and needs of individuals and businesses.  Develop your professional skills and knowledge.


This career isn’t for everyone, but the best Agents and Managers in our company will tell you there’s nothing else like it. Successful Agents at New York Life come from many different cultures and backgrounds. Most have dreams like yours. That’s one reason our Company is a great place to build your career.   Join us!  If you're looking for a career where you can grow your own business and make a difference in your community, then let’s talk.


We're looking for motivated–self-starters who want: Comprehensive and ongoing professional training and development.  State-of-the-art marketing and sales solutions.  A clearly defined career path including opportunities in Management for qualified individuals.  Comprehensive benefits, including a defined benefit pension plan, and significant earnings potential.


Contact: Shannon K. Shriver CLU, ChFC, CLTC, CRPS / Partner / New York Life Insurance Company / Birmingham General Office / 2311 Highland Avenue South Suite 100, Birmingham, AL 35205 / (205) 918-1577 /



Youth Minister (Part Time)


Opportunity:  Hueytown First United Methodist Church in Hueytown, AL is accepting resumes for a part-time Youth Minister. 


Description: The main objective of the Youth Minister is to instill the love of Jesus into every youth through the organization and administration of interesting youth programs conducted in a loving, yet structured and disciplined approach based on Biblical principles and in accordance with the Book of Discipline of the United Methodist Church.


Qualifications:  The applicant should have a positive, caring attitude, excellent people skills, and high integrity; a strong commitment to Christ and evidence of a growing Christ-centered life; love for youth; a genuine passion for youth ministry; a loyalty to Hueytown First United Methodist Church and its staff members and a willingness to support the church at all times; skills in planning, organizing, communicating, teaching, and delegating; adaptability and willingness to explore new possibilities; and, skills to work with parents and adult volunteers. The applicant must demonstrate a high level of trust and possess the ability to protect the reputation and integrity of others through strict confidentiality. The applicant should be able to teach and implement programs on Sunday morning and evening and Wednesday evening which are exciting, fun, challenging and based on Christian principles and plan and supervise all youth ministries and events in consultation with the Senior Minister/Pastor. 


To Apply:  Please mail a resume to Ellie Duncan at Hueytown First United Methodist Church, 110 Sunset Drive, Hueytown, AL 35023 or email a resume to


Contact: Ellie Duncan / Hueytown First United Methodist Church / 110 Sunset Drive, Hueytown, AL 35023 /


Kate Richardson / HFUMC Administrative Council President /



Partner Relations & Development Specialist


Opportunity: AirMed International is currently searching for a Partner Relations & Development Specialist. 


Description: This position Serves as one of the key points of contact to/for our partners and maintains the highest standard of customer service. Responsibilities include but are not limited to routine dialogue and management of relationships with partners, active flight quote follow-ups, solicitation of new business from current partners, retention efforts of current partners, handling request for information from existing/prospective partners, and overall contributions to the success of meeting the department’s goals. 


Qualifications:  Candidates must have a college degree or equivalent industry experience. 


To Apply: Please send resume to


Note:  AirMed International is one of the leading air medical transport companies in the world, with over 18,000 total missions and counting. Chosen as a preferred operator for many of the top hospitals around the globe, as well as a contracted carrier for the U.S. Department of Defense, AirMed operates its own fleet of fully customized and permanently configured jets.  With state-of-the-art medical jets and the most experienced and respected medical teams in the sky, AirMed is able to deliver on its mission of an uncompromised standard of care. AirMed owns and operates all aircraft, as well as employing its own dispatch, fight, and medical teams.

AirMed provides worldwide services from multiple bases strategically located across the globe.


Contact: Brooke Jackson / Human Resources Manager / AirMed International / 950 22nd Street North, Suite 800, Birmingham, AL 35203  /  205-443-4849 /



Part time Educators & Counselors


Description:  Montgomery Community Corrections seeks part-time professional educators or counselors to facilitate E.V.E.N. Domestic Violence programming.


Notes: An initial unpaid 3-5 session internship is required for consideration of an offer to facilitate groups an average of 10 hours per month.  This is a contract position offering $20.00 per hour the first year of service and increasing to $25.00 per hour thereafter.  Preferential consideration shall be given to residents of Montgomery County and historically underutilized providers.


To Apply: Please send resume and brief cover letter to:  Paul Brown, Community Corrections, P.O. Box 1667, Montgomery 36102-1667


Contact: Paul H. Brown / Executive Director / Montgomery County Community Corrections Department / P.O. Box 1667, 301 Adams Avenue, Montgomery, Alabama  36102 / (334)832-7730 / FAX: (334) 832-7176 /



Program Associate / Asset Building & Economic Development


Description: The Program Associate works collaboratively with the Asset Building & Economic Development team to facilitate and support the economic integration of Hispanics. Duties include filing income taxes, assisting with the job bank, financial literacy workshops, small business development, launching and coordinating business membership program, outreach, and other asset building and economic development activities. This is a fulltime exempt position.


Provides coaching and technical assistance to Hispanic individuals and low income persons seeking to launch, manage, expand, and/or improve their small businesses, including micro-lending; Conducts workshops related to financial literacy, taxes, workforce development, and small business development; Creates outreach materials and markets program’s services to Hispanic community Assists in operation of program’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site to files taxes and ITIN petitions for Hispanic taxpayers; Prepares and submits statistical and narrative progress reports to supervisor as required and contributes to the development and delivery of program goals ;Evaluating the results of the overall program effectiveness & adjustment of the program; Performs routine clerical and administrative functions such as answering the telephone, checking voicemail, delivering messages, receiving walk-in clients in a professional manner, faxing, and copying; Work toward team and organizational advocacy goals; Representing ¡HICA! at various community meetings; Maintaining and uphold the policies and procedures of ¡HICA!;Launching and coordinating business membership program


Qualifications:  Written and verbal fluency in Spanish and English required.  Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Business administration or related field. Experience can supplement formal education. Ability to work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.  Ability to establish effective working relationships and communication with partners.  Assessment, analytical and problem solving skills.  Must be self-directed and able to work independently but also collaborate well in a team setting.  Strong verbal and written communication skills required. Superior interpersonal, organizational and record-keeping skills.  Experienced and able to work productively in an MS Office environment. Comfortable with meeting facilitation and public speaking.  Empathic skills and understanding of the newcomer experience.  Preferred experience working with immigrants and commitment to social justice and anti-racism work.  Ability to work flexible hours, including some evenings and weekends.


Compensation: Competitive Salary, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama Health, Dental, and Vision insurance paid at 100% for employee, retirement plan with up to 3% matching after one year of service, 15 days paid time off first year of employment.


To Apply: Applicants have to send their resume to Last day to apply April 20, 2016


ABOUT ¡HICA!:  The Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama (¡HICA!) is a statewide 501(c)(3) organization that engages and empowers Alabama’s Hispanic community and its numerous cultures as an economic and civic integrator, social-resource connector, and statewide educator. ¡HICA! was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Birmingham.


Contact: Andrea Vazquez, Office Associate / ¡HICA! Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama / 117 South Crest Drive, Birmingham, AL 35209 / Phone: (205) 942-5505 /



Fulltime Opportunities


Opportunity: YWCA Central Alabama has available 40 full-time AmeriCorps service positions to begin in September 2016. Positions available for interview include: domestic violence prevention, economic and environmental development, education, adoption services, housing/ homelessness prevention, youth development, leadership empowerment, communications and volunteer management, and social justice.


All positions are based in Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair or Blount County and mostly serve Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Some evening or weekend service might be required for an individual position.


Benefits include: Stipend of $1000/month (pre-taxes), An educational award of $5,730 upon completion, Health insurance for the individual, Student loan forbearance and interest accrual, Child care subsidy and SNAP eligibility for those who qualify, An opportunity to serve with some of Birmingham’s premier nonprofit organizations, Extensive personal and professional development.


Qualifications: Men and women are encouraged to apply. A bachelor’s degree is required for most positions. A passion for serving the community and commitment of one year is expected of all. Extensive background checks are performed on members.


To Apply: Please view the AmeriCorps power point and complete the application for the Building Communities, Bettering Lives AmeriCorps program found at: Please email a resume, cover letter and three choices for which you desire to be considered to: Phone calls and unscheduled visits are discouraged.


Contact: Angela Moore / Assistant Director of AmeriCorps / T:  205.322.9922 ext. 206 / F:  205.521.9652 / E: / YWCA Central Alabama / 309 23rd Street North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203





Opportunity: Macon Arts Alliance seeks a full-time curator to join our staff. This position is responsible for running the day-to-day operations of the gallery, development of monthly exhibitions, curation and event management of Fired Works Regional Ceramics Exhibit and Sale, and staffing other special events. Some evenings and weekends are required.


Description: Ensuring the smooth running of the gallery; assessment and selection of artwork for the gallery, Fired Works (an annual ceramics exhibit and sale), and other special events. overseeing the type of artwork sold; working closely with Director of Communications in the planning, organizing, presenting and marketing exhibitions and shows, including public relations;  working closely with individual artists, developing relationships with new artists, and extending relationships with established artists from the gallery ‘stable’; promoting exhibitions and work by individual artists; arranging transportation of work to and from the gallery; organizing equipment hire and ensuring correct installation of the artwork; keeping front-of-house staff briefed on technical and artistic matters relating to programming; developing client lists by notifying potential clients of particular works and exhibitions, according to their stated interests; extending the client database; liaising with artists and negotiating sales; cataloguing acquisitions and keeping records and archives; developing and updating the gallery website; promoting and selling artists’ work, through both exhibitions and personal contacts; keeping up to date with industry developments and market trends; general administration, budgeting, finance and accounts.


Qualifications: Four-year degree, or higher, in art, art history, arts management, business studies, or a closely related field;  at least 2 years of curatorial experience in a commercial/non-profit gallery setting; excellent organizational ability; strong written and oral communication skills; the ability and confidence to deal with a range of people; sales ability and commercial awareness; experience of management accounting and financial negotiating; a flexible and practical approach; the ability to work as part of a team; a genuine interest in and enthusiasm for art; creative flair; physical stamina for organizing and setting up exhibitions.


Notes: Open until filled. No phone calls please.  Salary commensurate with experience.


To Apply:  Submit cover letter and resume with a list of at least two (2) professional references to:   Submissions will also be accepted by mail to:  Curator c/o Macon Arts Alliance, P.O. Box 972, Macon, GA 31202



Financial Planners


Opportunity: AXA Advisors, LLC is a leading provider of financial services for consumers and businesses, working with clients to help them define and pursue their financial goals.  It is a broker/dealer and the retail distribution channel for AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company(NY, NY), which provides life insurance and annuities for the financial services market. 


The Alabama/Gulf Coast Branch of AXA Advisors is located at the Colonnade Office Complex here in Birmingham, Alabama.  We are currently interviewing upcoming and recent graduates for career positions.  We also have occasional openings for student internships as well. 



Contact: Sharon Travis / Senior Associate - Branch Support / AXA Advisors / Alabama/Gulf Coast Branch / Office: 205-970-5202 /


Tom Chapman, CFP / Vice President / AXA Advisors, LLC / 3500 Colonnade Parkway, Suite 150, Birmingham, AL 35243 / / Office: (205) 970-5286 / Fax: (205) 970-5240



Housing Compliance Specialist


Location: Birmingham, AL


Opportunity: Position is responsible for providing services to YWCA residents and conducting intake and ongoing residential compliance in a way that provides exceptional housing and services for applicants and residents while achieving the highest standards of compliance.


 Description: Adhere to the policies of the YWCA and support its Mission and Vision. Provide compassionate, empowering assistance to all applicants and residents in a manner that prepares them to achieve the very best in their tenancy and in their lives, both directly through personal interaction and indirectly through work with other housing staff. Field inquiries about YWCA’s housing opportunities and provide assistance and follow-up with interested applications providing appropriate information, resources, and referrals as warranted. Update and manage on an ongoing basis, all waiting lists for YWCA’s Housing; ensure compliance with YWCA’s Housing Tenant Selection Plans in the movement of potential and existing residents, into and out of, housing. Responsible for applicant intake, move-ins, and recertifications on a timely basis in a manner consistent with LIHTC, AHP, HOME, HUD and all relevant governing source compliance measures; provide appropriate orientation to new tenants. Conduct comprehensive and ongoing accurate use of the YWCA’s property management software for all resident issues related to tenancy. Coordinate with Building Services staff to ensure timely move-ins and smooth tenancy transitions. Assist with hardcopy and electronic record-keeping, filing, copying and other administrative tasks related to housing operations. Provide assistance to the Assistant Director of Housing with creating, issuing, and filing notifications and correspondences to housing residents. Preparation and maintenance of tenant materials and packets as may be needed. Assist with the facilitation of any tenancy meetings, events and/or functions including those involving transitional and permanent housing residents. Actively participate in all Housing Department meetings and work collaboratively with other members of the YWCA’s Housing Department in the fulfillment of the department’s obligations. 


Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in human services or related field and three years experience providing direct services.  A passion and a capacity for work that improves opportunities for those in greatest need and the ability to sensitively work with diverse populations living below, or slightly above poverty.  Strong organizational skills and excellent attention to detail. Ability to multitask and incorporate multiple layers of housing compliance regulations and guidelines. Excellent interpersonal skills with adults and children and crisis intervention experience. Computer skills in word processing and a willingness to adapt to new software as may be needed.  Ability to communicate effectively and professionally, both verbally and in writing, with colleagues, tenants and the general public.  Valid driver’s license and a driving record acceptable by the agency’s insurance company


  To Apply:  All interested and qualified applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to Parrish Knorr, No phone calls please.



Girls STEM Club Summer Day Camp Instructors


Opportunity: Beauty and Brains is seeking Girls STEM Club Summer Day Camp Instructors.


Qualifications: The BEAUTY & BRAINS Girls STEM Club Summer Camp Program Instructor is a creative, flexible, high-energy, fun person able to teach a diverse array of concepts. Above all, this person has the ability to deliver curriculum, spark curiosity, creativity and confidence in girls age 5-13 years old.  


Description: BEAUTY & BRAINS is a girls club where we offer hands-on, creative and fun STEM projects and activities.  Our program will give girls the chance to explore science, design, math, engineering and technology...all while making friends and having fun! Our overall goal is to increase girls' interest, understanding and participation in STEM related activities and careers.


We are seeking full and part time instructors to work our summer camp programs and possibly our fall after school programs. Camps will be located throughout the Birmingham metro area. Pay starts at $11.00/hour.   Paid training provided. We are interested in all majors.


Contact: Laneaka Turner-Miller/ Beauty and Brains / Girls STEM Club / Program Manager /


MARCH 2016



Summer Internship


Opportunity: ANNA, the online magazine was launched last year by a BSC grad!  We are now hiring summer interns in editorial, art, and marketing.  We're based out of NYC but are offering remote internships to those not in the city.  Students are able to receive class credit.


Contact: Lauren Moriarty / Editor-in-chief / /  /



Part Time Position


Opportunity:  The Jefferson County Medical Foundation Trust has offered a medical-only answering service and pager leasing for over twenty-four years. All of our operators are based in Birmingham and offer personalized attention to all accounts. Controlled by the physicians of the Jefferson County Medical Society, the Service understands the unique needs of medical accounts and provides unmatched customer service to its clients. We also offer insurance coding classes and other periodic programs to assist our healthcare clients in managing their practices.


Description: Part-time position available in medical telephone answering service located near UAB campus.  Applicants will answer patient calls to medical offices. No experience necessary, however applicants must be reliable and available to work evenings, weekends and holidays.  Great opportunity for those interested in healthcare careers. 


Contact: Mary Whitehead / Medical Answering Alabama / 901 18th St S Birmingham, AL 35205 / 205-933-8601 /





Opportunity:  Greystone Golf & Country Club, a private country club, is hiring fulltime servers in preparation for the opening of its 5,500 sq. ft. restaurant planned to open April 2016.


Qualifications:  We are looking for experienced servers, bartenders, host staff and support staff. Minimum 2 years’ experience.  Liquor, beer, wine knowledge is a must.


Notes:  Compensation is $6-7/hour plus gratuity. All hires are contingent upon pre-employment drug screen, background check, and e-verify.


To Apply:  Apply in person at 4100 Greystone Drive, Birmingham AL 35242, or submit your resume to


Contact: Kimberly W. Posey / SourcePointe / HR Solutions Manager / 2000B SouthBridge Parkway Suite 200, Birmingham, Alabama 35209 / 205-868-1557 Office / 205-263-6318 Direct / 205-263-6378 Fax /



English Language Assistants





Description: PROGRAMA AC participants will practice as English language assistants in primary and secondary schools in Spain, mostly with children aged 3 to 18. It is a good opportunity for all participants to enhance personal growth and live a vibrant experience learning Spanish language and culture. This internship is open to undergraduate and recent graduate students. We offer our programme as a valuable option to be thoroughly considered. Participants will learn new skills and gain experience to add value to their CV, benefitting their career prospects. Task Under the guidance and coordination of a school teacher (English language teacher), the language assistants will help the teacher in his programme, support oral exercises and share with students aspects of their culture. They will be the key to enhance the learning process of students learning English. Period 25 hours per week from Monday to Friday, during school period from October to June (nine months). Participants will receive Host family accommodation: Free room and full board (Meals, private room, internet connection, caring family...) Free transport from home to school and from school to home A guidance tutor, to help and look after their welfare during their stay Free Spanish online lessons with a native teacher. Internship of 9 months October 2016 - June 2017 Study grant 300EUR/month Vacations according to the school calendar No enrollment fee Person requirements Candidates must have Native-level fluency in English. Responsible, dynamic, interested in learning, receptive. Love children. Undergraduates or recent graduates. Able to provide a training agreement from University. No need to have any previous knowledge of Spanish Application deadline: 30/04/2016


To Apply: Download the application form from our website  Send it completed by email to:


Contact: Paula Rodríguez / Programa Ac / Comodin Barcelona / Barcelona, Spain /  / /



Customer Service Rep


Opportunity: DIRECTV, now part of the AT&T family, is currently hiring Customer Service Representatives – Inbound Sales and Upgrades in Huntsville, AL.  We anticipate hiring 80 full time employees between April and June. 


To Apply: Go to


Contact: Amy Lounsbury, PHR / Talent Attraction Manager, AT&T /  /  (201) 270-2238 / Fax: (866) 538-6878




Experienced Chemistry Tutor wanted for AP Chemistry student at Indian Springs School.  Tutoring to begin asap.  Student can come to BSC campus or meet off-campus.


Contact: Connie Hill / / 213-0728



FT/PT Car Washers


Anthony's Full Service & Express Car Wash is hiring fulltime and part time Car Washers.  Competative salary, benefits, paid vacation and nights off.   Visit Anthony's Carwash at 3037 John Hawkins Pkwy, Hoover, AL. 


Contact: Jennifer Mobarak / Anthony's Full Service & Express Car Wash /



Part Time Tennis Instructor


Opportunity:   We teach tennis/fitness in after school programs in area schools.  We are looking for part time after-school instructors.


We are a nonprofit organization looking for fun and energetic individuals to

provide fitness/tennis instruction to youth grades K-5.  Must enjoy working with kids!  No tennis experience required. Needed for elementary schools throughout the area.   $15/hour.   Programs are all over the city at private and public schools.  Programs are held during after school hours.


Contact: Paul Litten / LETT Program Director / Learning Excellence Through Tennis /  /



Local Fundraising Officer


Opportunity:  We are a partnership of lung cancer survivors, advocates, researchers, healthcare professionals and industry leaders.


Description: Approaching provided list of trusts, government agencies and other bodies that could potentially make grants to the organization.  Organizing  fundraising project.  Co-ordinate fundraising activities at local level.  Distributing awareness leaflet to the public.  Respond to fundraising enquiries via telephone, email and letter .   Wages:$400 Weekly


To Apply: Please submit a resume via email to:


Contact: Tony Cooper / Human Resources Manager / Free To Breathe / / (503) 854-4308 /



Customer Service Rep


Opportunity: AT&T will once again be hiring Customer Service Representatives in Hoover, AL.  We anticipate having a training class of 15 FTE scheduled to start in April.


Description: Inbound Telesales Representatives.  Great pay. Great benefits. New solutions.  If you love working with people and technology, you’ll fit right in here. From connecting with customers to providing innovative solutions and sharing product knowledge, you’ll be the voice of our company.


Being part of AT&T comes with many rewards and opportunities. Health insurance, 401k plans and tuition reimbursement? You got it. Newest wireless technology and industry-leading services? Check. Training and ongoing career development? It’s part of the deal.


To view current openings visit us at:  Or 


Contact: Amy Lounsbury, PHR / Talent Attraction Manager, AT&T /  /  (201) 270-2238 / Fax: (866) 538-6878 



Summer Sales Internship


Opportunity:  College Students - $8,000-$12,000.  Looking for sales interns (experience not needed). It's a summer leadership development program where we focus on teaching people, communication, and sales skills. It's a 13-week training program that runs from May 16th through mid or late August. Our company takes care of lodging and utilities, in Texas.


The job is ideal for college students & young people who can be away for the summer. 95% of trainees are college-age (18-24). The average person makes between $8,000 & $12,000 during summer. Training includes 1 week (50 hours) of intense in class training followed by three weeks of on the job training.


After successful completion of the program we offer full time/part time positions that average making $75,000 + with benefits and lots of flexibility in both hours and location in your home state or wherever you’d like to be located.


Ideal candidates are competitive, motivated, and independent with a desire for personal growth and developing communication/people skills.


Contact:  Rouzy Vafaie / Family Heritage Life & Dynasty Financial Group /  Cell: 310-890-3134  /  Email:



Revenue Accountant


Opportunity: We have a Revenue Accountant role position opening up at Correct Care Solutions. We are headquartered in Nashville and are seeking candidates that have recently graduated or senior accounting majors set to graduate in May.


To Apply:  Send resume directly to Reese Brewster via e-mail at


Contact: Michael Popwell, CPA  / Senior Financial Reporting Analyst /  Correct Care Solutions /  / Office: 615-815-2719



AA-OFCCP Assistant


Overview: Ogletree Deakins is one of the largest labor and employment law firms representing management in all types of employment-related matters.  The firm has more than 750 lawyers located in 49 offices across the United States, Canada, in Europe and in Mexico.  Ogletree Deakins has been named a Law Firm of the Year four consecutive years by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms.”  In 2015, the publication named Ogletree Deakins its “Law Firm of the Year” in the Labor Law – Management category. In addition to handling labor and employment matters, the firm has thriving practices focused on business immigration, employee benefits, and workplace safety and health law. Ogletree Deakins represents a diverse range of clients, from small businesses to Fortune 50 companies.


Opportunity: Our Birmingham, AL office has an opportunity for an AA-OFCCP Assistant to join the firm’s expanding practice.  We are fully committed to the importance of diversity within the legal profession, as well as all workplace environments and strongly encourage the interest of diverse candidates in the firm.


Description:  The AA-OFCCP Assistant works under the direction of the local office administrator or an experienced data analyst to provide critical client support and clerical assistance in the areas of affirmative action data analysis and client reports.  May also receive assignments directly from attorneys, in addition to performing regularly assigned administrative tasks.  Works collaboratively and cooperatively with others in a team-oriented environment.


The following are the essential functions of this position.  Successful job applicants will be able to perform these essential functions with or without requested reasonable accommodations: Provides assistance to AA-OFCCP data analysts and attorneys by performing clerical tasks including, but not limited to, document preparation, data analysis, data organization, client communication, and calendaring deadlines.  Gathers and organizes reports, exhibits, and other materials to prepare professional and accurate Affirmative Action Programs (AAPs), as directed.  Drafts AAP narratives for client reports, organizing data results generated by data analysts.  Uses electronic formatting tools to assemble data into various report formats. Uses electronic document management tools to assemble a wide variety of electronic documents into professional client reports.  This includes organizing and preparing final zip files of AAP documents to send to clients.  Based on data in the AAP, drafts client cover letters, memos, and other correspondence for approval by attorneys.  Provides clerical assistance on special projects, as needed.  Ability to follow billing guidelines and procedures timely and accurately.


Qualifications:   Three to five years previous experience in an Administrative, Office Assistant or Legal Secretarial role preferred; and/or knowledge of basic legal terminology (specifically as pertains to the areas of Affirmative Action Plans and OFCCP).   Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.  Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.  Strong attention to detail.  Ability to draft basic client communications for approval by attorneys.  Ability to read, respond timely/accurately to and organize a high volume of emails.  Ability to work on multiple tasks, ability to relay information promptly and accurately.  Good organizational skills including filing, calendaring, and word processing.  Proficient with Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint.  Good typing speed with few errors; excellent proofreading skills.  Time management skills and ability to work independently as well as with a team.


To Apply:  Please email your resume and cover letter to with “Birmingham AA-OFCCP Assistant” in the subject line.


Contact:  Brandi M. Hall, Office Administrator / Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. / 420 20th Street North, Suite 1900, Birmingham, AL 35203 / Telephone: 205-714-4424 / Fax: 205-328-6000  /   /



Summer Program Leader


No of Openings: 115

Work Schedule: Sunday Evening ­ Friday Afternoon

Hours per Week: 45+

Wage/Salary: $2,500 living stipend + $1,515 education voucher + room and most meals

Compensation Type: Stipend

Employment Start Date: May 28, 2016

Employment End Date: August 5, 2016

Application deadline: April 30, 2016


Mission: Our mission is to engage young adults in purposeful leadership and ministry, support underserved children and families, and connect churches to communities in need. If you’re new to Project Transformation, the easiest way to understand how we live out our mission is remembering the three C’s: Children, College students, and Churches. Since our founding in 1998, this ministry has been addressing three unique challenges with one program: 1) how to meet the academic, physical, and spiritual needs of children from low-income communities, 2) how to provide meaningful ways for college students to explore ministry opportunities and develop as young adult leaders for the church and the world, and 3) how to help revitalize struggling urban churches.


Description: During the summer, Project Transformation summer program leaders who are AmeriCorps Members (at Project Transformation, called “PT Corps Members”) work in teams of 9-12 members to lead an eight-week summer daycamp for 70-85 children and youth.  Program sites are urban churches or local community centers. Components of the program include one­on­one reading, arts and crafts, music, recreational activities, and other educational experiences through which the gifts and talents of PT Corps Members can be shared with the children.  PT Corps Members may also participate in Bible lessons with the children and youth, at their option. 

Through its paid AmeriCorps Members (“PT Corps Members”), Project Transformation provides an 8-week summer daycamp (Monday through Thursday) for underserved children and youth (grades 1-12) in the Dallas area. 


PT Corps Members gain practical (and fun!) experience with children and youth, as well as personal and professional development through training courses held on Fridays.  Daily summer daycamp activities include literacy development, physical fitness and recreation activities, nutrition education, arts and crafts, Bible lessons, and much more!  PT Corps Members are tasked with implementing programming and curriculum for summer daycamps.  They lead educational activities, group games, and other enriching opportunities.


Qualifications:  High School Diploma (or equivalent) and completion of some college hours.  18 years of age or older.  Strong work ethic.  Team player.  Community-minded.  Application and 3 references.


Notes:  Friday training courses for PT Corps Members include experiences that provide the opportunity to explore various career paths, especially in service and ministry. 


Career Exploration: Each Friday during the summer program, PT Corps Members are exposed to a number of different professional and vocational opportunities in education, service, and ministry through guest speakers, field trips, and interactions with community and church leaders. Examples include visits to various community organizations and United Methodist churches and institutions, such as Methodist Health System, UMR Communications, Justice for Our Neighbors, Perkins School of Theology, Texas Methodist Foundation, and Methodist Children’s Homes.


PT Corps Members live together on a college campus and are provided with their housing and most meals during the summer, as well as a living stipend ($2,500) and educational voucher ($1,515)! 

For more information or to apply online, please visit:  Email with any questions. 


Contact:  Janalee Wiles / Project Transformation / 547 E. Jefferson Blvd., Dallas, TX 75203 / Phone: 214­946­3600 / Fax: 214-946-3651 / Email:  /  Website: 


Contact: Daniel Canafax / Program Manager / Project Transformation / 547 E Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, TX 75203 / P: 214-946-3600 / F: 214-946-3651 /



Student Volunteers


Opportunity: BCSRI is a grant funded organization that is owned by all 5 healthcare systems in Birmingham, but housed by St. Vincent’s Health System.  The BCSRI’s goal is to offer a comprehensive  breast cancer survivorship program.  Because we are owned by all 5 healthcare systems, this is a great opportunity for students interested in healthcare, particularly in oncology.


We are looking to recruit student volunteers who are interested in health care…particularly students pursuing an education in nursing, social work, pharmacy, pre-med, or hospital administration. 


The BCSRI hopes to launch services in May.  A few of the services we will be providing are trained community navigators, peer mentors, and respondents to our 24 hour resource hotline. The BCSRI community volunteer navigators will serve as a guide for breast cancer survivor and their co survivors by providing information, support, encouragement, and assistance to help survivors and their loved ones. Peer mentors are trained compassionate mentors who will provide patient centered psychological and social care to breast cancer survivors (mentees).


Contact: Megan Sisk / Volunteer Coordinator / Breast Cancer Survivorship Rehabilitation Initiative / St. Vincent’s Foundation / One Medical Park East Drive, Birmingham, AL 35235 / Phone: (205)-838-6158 /  Fax: (205)-838-6295  /  Email:



Assistant Children’s Minister


Opportunity: Riverchase United Methodist Church in suburban Birmingham, AL is searching for an Assistant Children’s Minister. This new, part-time position was created to meet the growing needs of a large church with over 3,000+ members, which is located in the vibrant Riverchase community of Hoover.


Description:  Responsibilities include assisting the Children’s Minister in planning, developing, implementing and maintaining all Children’s Ministry programming, events and activities for children ages 3 years old through 5th grade. Requires 15-20 working hours per week, including Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings. Some additional night and weekend work is necessary for special events and activities.


Qualifications: The successful candidate should possess or be pursuing a bachelor’s degree. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience in the following areas:  Nurturing children through faith-based activity and instruction.  Providing a safe, secure and loving environment for children, in keeping with the church’s Safe Sanctuary policies.  Managing and recruiting a very large and dynamic pool of volunteers.  Organizing events/participants/volunteers using online database and spreadsheet systems, and ensuring website and other Children’s Ministry web-based applications are maintained.  Working with and supporting other church ministry teams and outreach groups.  Creating new and exciting children’s programming.


Position available immediately. Competitive salary commensurate with education and experience. To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to


Contact: Susan St. John / Children’s Minister / Riverchase United Methodist Church / 1953 Old Montgomery Highway, Hoover, AL 35244 / Phone: (205) 397-3008 / Email: / Website:



Human Resources Coordinator


Description: The Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and administering all Human Resources tasks and processes required to support a variety of client groups in multiple locations.  


Maintain all data and employee records in Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) ensuring data integrity.   Input hires, terminations, and miscellaneous changes.  Generate and process change of status forms.  Create regular reports and ad hoc reports as needed.  Maintain employee files and manage required documents to current best practices.  Apply the IMS document retention policy guidelines to the process.  Coordinate and implement the orientation for new hires and transfers.  Administer activities related to on-boarding and separations. Utilize knowledge of legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting human resources functions regarding policies, procedures, and reporting are in compliance. Provide administration and coordination of corporate service award recognition.  Provide any service reward data needed for town hall events and/or as requested. Provide information to employees as needed relative to forms and Human Resources (HR) processes.   Prepare materials, work with suppliers, arrange room, catering, etc. for on-site and remote training and other learning activities as required. Provide HR support to the HR team as required supporting various initiatives and activities. Collaborate with HR team to create and deliver employee communications and programs supporting Employer of Choice initiatives. Work with department managers and HR Partners to coordinate the Unemployment Benefits Compensation program to ensure timely response and company representation for appeals and hearings.  Partner with department managers and HR Partners to coordinate all activities related to Leave of Absence including Family Medical Leave and disability processes. Maintain the uploading process of various documents to HRIS employee electronic files. Coordinate the company wide Job Description program to ensure compliance related to compensation and FLSA audits. Maintain company organization charts as needed. Reconcile monthly company credit card statement and other HR billing for timely processing to A/P.  Conduct audits HR processes and programs and recommend corrective action. Review the Company Employee Handbook for timely revisions. Coordinate the severance package tracking process. Maintain the Stay Bonus tracking process to ensure timely payment. Coordinate and implements the orientation for new hires and transfers.  Administers activities related to on-boarding and separations.


Qualifications: 0 to 2 years of experience in HR or an office environment preferred.  Bachelor's degree in Business Management, Human Resources, or related field required. Experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).  Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Ability to prioritize work, handles multiple t asks simultaneously, set goals and enforce deadlines, while maintaining flexibility to reassess and re-prioritize.  Ability to take initiative; strong analytical, reasoning and problem-solving skills.  Excellent analytical skills.  Strong computer skills.


To Apply:  Go to:


Contact: Amanda B. Campbell / Staffing Specialist / IMS- Integrated Medical Systems, International, Inc. / Subsidiary of STERIS Corporation / 3316 2nd Avenue North   Birmingham, AL 35222 / 205-414-6104/



Program Assistant


Opportunity:  AIDS Alabama is seeking a fulltime employee for a three year grant period in the Birmingham area as a member of the Support Staff for Enroll Alabama. Enroll Alabama is a program to enroll individuals in the Health Insurance Marketplace hosted by the Federal government.


Description:  Educate callers on the Health Insurance Marketplace, as well as Medicaid and All Kids programs. In a culturally competent manner, screen individuals seeking enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace. Schedule consumers for all area Navigators in our online scheduling system. Maintain Enroll Alabama's calendar so that it stays accurate and uptodate.  Complete weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports in the Health Insurance Oversight System (HIOS).  Objectively help consumers who might fall into the Medicaid Gap.  Stay informed on all policies and procedures that have to do with implementation of the Health Insurance Marketplace and Affordable Care Act.  Undergo all training assigned by HHS and Project Coordinator.  Manage Enroll Alabama’s social media sites (facebook, twitter, instagram, google plus).  Maintain communication with Enroll Alabama volunteers.  Assist Project Manager with scheduling meetings and all logistical operations associated with meetings.


Qualifications:  Working with all people, regardless of age, gender, race, religious background, sexual orientation, or ability and health status. Candidate must exhibit ability to multitask, be responsible, and stay calm under pressure. Must have proficient command of Microsoft Office, computers, email, and the internet. Must start ASAP.  Training Provided.


To Apply: Send a cover letter and resume to


Contact: Sonja Smith / Project Coordinator / AIDS Alabama & Enroll Alabama / 3529 7th Ave South| Birmingham, AL  35222  /  205-324-9822  /  / 



Social Media and Marketing Coordinator


About the Company:  Wood Fruitticher Food Service is an independent, family owned broadline food service distributor based in Birmingham, AL. From our 360,000 sq. ft. facility, we service restaurants, schools, healthcare facilities and chains across seven southeastern states. Wood Fruitticher is committed to providing quality products, delivering unbeatable service, and assisting our customers with proactive and consultative advice.


Description: Wood Fruitticher has an immediate opportunity for a Social Media and Marketing Manager to join our team. Job responsibilities include:  Develop and execute Wood Fruitticher’s social media marketing strategy, coordinating with sales, purchasing, and IT departments to ensure its effectiveness. Build and manage Wood Fruitticher’s presence across the relevant social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, You Tube, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.  Develop and execute Wood Fruitticher’s email marketing strategy, coordinating with sales, purchasing, and IT departments to ensure its effectiveness.  Manage the day-to-day activities related to Wood Fruitticher’s social media and email marketing campaigns.  Curate relevant content (images, video, and written) to reach Wood Fruitticher’s customers across all of the social platforms/email. Build and maintain a content calendar.  Monitor, listen, and respond to all user traffic across all of the social platforms. Become an advocate for Wood Fruitticher in all social media spaces, engaging in dialogues with users and answering all incoming questions and comments.  Develop a response strategy for both positive and negative user discussions and comments that come in through our social channels. Build and maintain relationships with Wood Fruitticher’s customers in the social media space, and interact with their content where applicable.  Assist with the management of Wood Fruitticher’s website and intranet site content. Design and implement promotional campaigns utilizing Wood Fruitticher’s social platforms and integrating with our existing marketing program and vendor community.  Monitor effective benchmarks for measuring the impact of our social media strategy. Analyze, review, and report of the effectiveness of our campaign.  Additional Marketing Activities:  Assist with Wood Fruitticher’s community outreach strategy and assist with our participation in community events. Promote Wood Fruitticher’s community participation through our social media channels. Assist the Marketing Director with the implementation of Wood Fruitticher’s vendor marketing program. Manage Wood Fruitticher ServSafe class hosting program. Promote our class schedule and manage all class day activities.


Qualifications:  Possesses knowledge and experience in the tenets of traditional marketing. A marketing or public relations degree is welcomed but not required. In depth knowledge and understanding of popular social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Yelp, Google+, You Tube, Instagram, Pinterest). Excellent copywriting and language skills are preferred. Graphic design experience and video editing experience preferred.  Customer relations/customer service experience.


Contact:  George Lane / Wood Fruitticher Food Service / 205.838.0751 /



Digital Marketing Intern


Opportunity:  We are seeking candidates for our new Digital Marketing Internship program. Whether students are looking for an internship opportunity immediately, this summer or at the beginning of next school year, we have an internship opportunity for them. We offer flexible work hours and will work with them to accommodate their class schedule. This is a great opportunity for them to take their education and apply it in a “real world” setting.


America's Thrift Stores opened its first store in 1985 and has since then, grown to 18 locations across 5 states in the southeast.  Through our extensive donation network, we take donations of gently used clothing and goods on behalf of our 8 ministry partners and sell those goods in our stores, sharing the profits with those ministry partners.  Our Mission over the next 10 years is to contribute $100 million dollars to our ministry partners.  To achieve our Mission we are growing and intend to expand further by adding new stores. It’s an exciting time to be a part of America’s Thrift Stores. Working with us, you have the opportunity to be a part of an organization with a cause, a purpose, a Mission. Please take some time to check out our website and learn more about us.


Description:  While in our digital marketing internship the student will be working with several different social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram as well our website, e-mail campaigns, in-store media and other forms of marketing. They will be part of our marketing team, working on digital marketing campaigns and assisting in event planning, marketing strategy, content creation, content calendar, promotions and more.  With this internship, they will receive the following benefits: “real world” hands-on training, a working knowledge of digital marketing tools and strategies as well as a portfolio of work. This will help to make them ready for future employers.


Contact: Jeff Champion / Head of Recruiting and Talent / America's Thrift Stores / Store Support Center / 1900 Crestwood Blvd. Suite 302, Irondale, Al 35210 / 205-259-9710 /



Health Advisor


Opportunity:  Pack Health is a high-growth company building a new model of delivering health. This position must support the company’s entrepreneurial, member-focused culture, which, first and foremost, seeks to improve the public’s health. Secondarily, we value individuals who are confident, but humble, thirsty for knowledge, and constantly seeking to improve themselves.


Description:  As a Health Advisor, your primary responsibility is to engage members enrolled in Pack Health to help them manage their health outside of a clinical visit. Health Advisors collaborate with patients, health care providers, and other resources to ensure members adhere to health care plans and proven evidence-based protocols to receive positive outcomes more often.  Work is primarily performed in an office setting. Member and healthcare provider interaction is predominantly over phone and computer. Work schedule requires working one evening and weekly member management.


Improve member’s health literacy by thoroughly reviewing defined educational materials provided.  Follow prescribed individualized adherence plan to help members better manage their condition by identifying and helping to eliminate barriers to care adherence i.e., costs, economic constraints. Coaches members and provides an empathetic, ‘blame-free’ environment to identify effective solutions to healthcare barriers. Monitor data reported directly by members to anticipate outcomes.  Improve treatment outcomes through periodic calls, mailers and emails/text messages.  Manage risk by encouraging members to seek additional, timely clinical care for clinical issues.


Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in a healthcare related field, masters preferred. Certification or working towards certification in the field of healthcare i.e., pharmacy technician, registered dietician etc. Valid driver’s license.  This is a unique position that requires a problem-solving nature, empathy for members, attention to detail and an organized mind. The ability to make quality and timely decisions. This includes analyzing relevant information, weighing consequences, and selecting the most appropriate course(s) of action.  The ability to be responsible and honest in all work tasks and responsibilities. The ability to respect people of all backgrounds. This includes treating everyone in a fair and consistent manner by maintaining a consistent and appropriate set of standards to guide behavior. The ability to listen actively.


Contact: Barbara Schuler, Director of Patient Engagement / Pack Health /  (205) 718-4509  /



Contemporary Worship Leader


Description: The Contemporary Worship Leader will assist the pastor in overseeing all aspects of production related to the weekly contemporary worship service.  He/She will lead a team who will provide leadership in music, art, and technology which will allow for innovative and creative expressions of a life-transforming worship.  Primary responsibility will be preparing the Contemporary Worship Band, recruiting band members/volunteers as needed, and leading rehearsals.  10-15 hours per week.


Qualifications:  Position requires incumbent to be a Christ follower with knowledge of the Christian traditions, preferably United Methodist worship.  The ability to relate to and lead people in a Christ-like, caring manner is essential.   Bachelor’s degree in music and/or arts desired but not required.  Experience in leading contemporary worship services.  Strong contemporary vocal quality; ability to play instrument desired but not required.  Ability to coordinate media, sound, lighting, and other technical skills of a contemporary service.  Ability to lead & teach volunteer musicians.  Organizational skills.


Contact: Kate Richardson / Chairman, Administrative Council / Hueytown 1st UMC / 110 Sunset Drive, Hueytown, Alabama 35023 / 205-919-0736 /





English Teacher


Opportunity: The Heart Corporation in Japan is now hiring English Teachers (full-time) and sending them to Japanese public schools in the Kanto Area.


It’s never too early to apply for a job teaching in public Japanese schools. We are looking for native-level English teachers who wish to enrich the lives of elementary and junior high school students. The new school year will start in April 2016, and we will have positions all over the Kanto area starting in April, May, or June. Locations include Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba, Ibaraki, Kanagawa, Shizuoka, Gunma, Tochigi, Yamanashi, and Iwate.


Description: Positions are basically 5 days a week (Monday through Friday), but there are a few positions with occasional Saturday work. We also have some part-time opportunities as well in the Tokyo area. Working hours vary depending on the position but follow basic public school hours.


The main duties are to provide fun and effective English lessons and internationalize Japanese youth. It is important to give students first-hand knowledge and experience of different cultures, as well as providing fun and effective English lessons. Although teaching is an important part of the job, teachers also get to play and have fun with students and get paid for it! Many teachers play sports and games, or join clubs like kendo, judo, soccer, and so on after school.


Qualifications: Native-level English ability.  Hold or be able to get a BA/BS degree from a university (or equivalent) before your starting date.  Basic Japanese speaking ability (or at least a desire to learn).  Some teaching experience or experience working with children.  Desire and ability to live and work in a foreign country and thus be independent.


Compensation: 9,000 to 13,000 yen per day (depending on schools). Benefits:  Sponsorship available.  No limit on contract renewals.  Company accommodations can be arranged for most locations outside of Tokyo.  If driving is required, we can lend a company car for a nominal fee.  Company coordinators always available to help with issues between teachers and schools.


Contact: Miwako Kikuchi / Heart Corporation / Japan /



English Tutor


Opportunity: Asphalt Solutions of Alabama, located in Hueytown,  is seeking an English Tutor to provide English language instruction to a 40 year old Hispanic male. He needs help with speaking and understanding English.  A tutor would be needed possibly 1-2 times a weeks or every other week at the office location.The tutor would need to have some understanding of the Spanish language and possess good instructional and interpersonal skills.


Contact: Asphalt Solutions of Alabama / 595 Owen Circle, Hueytown, AL 35023 / Debbie McMurry Tel: 744-8228 / Bill Vann Cell: 908-0117 /



Manager in Training


Opportunity: Abercrombie & Fitch is looking for candidates for our Manager in Training position that is currently available at our Riverchase Galleria location.  Abercrombie & Fitch Co. is a leading global specialty retailer of high-quality, casual apparel for men, women and kids with an active, youthful lifestyle.


Description: The Manager in Training (MIT) program is a blended-learning, multi week program focused on immersing a manager in all aspects involved in managing a multi-million dollar business for Abercrombie & Fitch. Training takes place in our domestic and international store locations. Each week the program focuses on a different aspect of running the business. The program trains the MIT on the necessary principles of management including creating the best in-store experience, recruiting, diversity, human resources, store operations, and visual merchandising. The program is structured and provides the MIT with daily and weekly feedback from the Store Manager and District Manager. The MIT completes daily readings and exercises, experiences and learns through on the job training, and completes weekly assignments. The MIT must successfully complete the training program to be moved on into an Assistant Manager role.


Successful completion of this program is the first step for leadership. At Abercrombie & Fitch, we strongly advocate a philosophy of promotion from within. All of our District Managers, Regional Managers, Directors - even the Senior Vice President of Stores- have gone through the MIT program. With the growth of the company domestically and internationally, career opportunities for an MIT have never been better.


Qualifications:  Bachelor's degree from an accredited university.  Strong problem solving skills.  Sophistication.  Diversity awareness.  Ability to work in a fast-paced and challenging environment.  Team building skills.  Self-starter.  Strong interpersonal and communication skills.  Drive to achieve results.


To Apply: Go to website


Contact: Colleen Durkin / Recruiting Dept / Abercrombie & Fitch



Marketing Coordinator


Opportunity: Navigate Housing is a major player in the affordable housing industry with offices in Alabama, Mississippi, Virginia and Connecticut.  Historically, one of the federal government’s largest contractors in the affordable housing industry, Navigate is pursuing several new lines of business.


Description: The successful candidate will be instrumental in creating and implementing the strategic communications and marketing plan for the corporation‘s new business opportunities and play a major role in laying the foundation for its long-term success. We have the latest resources and technology available as well as the most progressive team of employees to accomplish our goals. As a team member, there will be frequent opportunities to travel to interesting places, attend trade shows and conferences and meet accomplished professionals in the housing industry.  


The Marketing Coordinator will be responsible for compiling and updating collateral and marketing materials, developing and implementing systems and practices to find and generate new business and represent Navigate professionally at conferences and trade shows


Qualifications: This position requires a minimum of a four year college degree in business, marketing, public relations, or related field, with a minimum of five years’ experience in marketing, public relations or related field or an equivalent combination of training, education, and experience. In addition, the successful applicant must possess a valid driver’s license and qualify to be covered under all corporate insurance policies.


Navigate Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer that offers an excellent benefits package. Successful candidates must pass a post offer criminal background check, motor vehicle records check, a physical including drug screening, and possess a valid driver’s license.


To Apply:  Qualified applicants should submit a resume, including a cover letter with salary requirements, by email to 


Contact: Dale Marcus / Human Resources Director / Navigate Affordable Housing Partners / 500 Office Park Drive  Suite 300 Birmingham, Alabama 35223 / 205:445-2725 /



Teaching Assistant


Two Positions Available:

Monday- Friday, Full-time, 9:00-6:00, Benefits Eligible, 3 yr old classroom.

Monday-Friday, Part-time, 11:30-6:00, 2 yr old classroom.                                       

Description: Teaching Assistants are responsible for assisting in the overall classroom learning plan development and implementation, overall classroom management, and in the absence of the teacher, the supervision of classroom personnel and parental communication. 


Qualifications:  Child Development Associate (CDA) Certificate preferred.  19 years of age or older.  A minimum of one (1) year experience working with young children in a child care setting, preferably children with disabilities.  Must be able to pass DHR background screening.


To Apply: All interested applicants should submit a resume to Please indicate the role you are applying to in the subject line. United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Birmingham is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Contact: Tiffaney Sides / Human Resources Generalist / United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Birmingham, Inc. / 100 Oslo Circle, Birmingham, Alabama  35211 / Phone:  (205) 944-3919 / Email: /



Residential Therapist


Opportunity: Gateway is looking to hire a Residential Therapist to lead and implement quality therapeutic services for young adults that enable them to transition to a less restrictive level of care.


Description: Residential Therapist Leads and implement quality therapeutic services for young adults which enables them to transition to a less restrictive level of care. The successful candidate will possess clinical

knowledge, assessment skills and the ability to solve problems.


Qualifications:  The successful candidate will possess clinical knowledge, assessment skills and the ability to solve problems. LPC or LCSW required.  Must have experience providing trauma-focused CBT to youth/adolescents in a residential setting.


Location: Birmingham, AL

Status: Full-Time; Benefits eligible


To Apply:  Apply online at


Contact: Ashley Watkins / Human Resources Generalist / Gateway / Birmingham / /  205-510-2684 /



Dental Ambassador


Attention: Pre-Dental Juniors and Seniors


Opportunity:  Vital Smiles is a General Dental Office for patients under age 20.  We provide a Dental Home for patients 20 years of age and younger in the Birmingham, Huntsville, and Mobile areas.  We accept Medicaid, All Kids, most private insurance, as well as self-pay.  My responsibilities as the Community Relations Representative include Community Outreach for the company.


We value giving back to our community and have an opportunity for you to join as well!  Do you have a few hours to spare in order to make a difference in your community? Are you interested in gaining experience in the dental field?   Interested in providing dental education to others? If so, Vital Smiles has a great opportunity available for you to apply to be a Dental Ambassador!


This is a program for pre-dental students to gain experience in the dental field.  Dental Ambassadors will assist with community outreach events by completing oral health presentations for schools, health fairs and conferences.  They can also get some experience inside our offices.


We are inviting undergraduate sophomores, juniors and seniors to apply to become Dental Ambassadors at this time.  If selected for the program, Vital Smiles Ambassadors will gain valuable experience prior to applying to dental school.  I have enclosed a flyer with this letter that can be displayed for all interested students to review.  Please post this on bulletin boards to allow all students to see this opportunity.  Additionally, there will be an interest form that all potential Dental Ambassadors will need to complete.   Students interested will need to live in the Birmingham, Mobile, or Huntsville area. 


Contact:  Tiffany Harris / Community Relations Representative / Vital Smiles / 1900 Crestwood Blvd; Suite 211, Irondale, AL 35210 / (205) 271-6858 / (205) 470-3892 Phone (205) 271-6836 Fax /



Employment Opportunities


Opportunity: The American Red Cross currently has Employment Opportunities  open in our Birmingham office.


To Apply:


Contact: Jamese Pilgrim / Talent Acquisition Advisor / Biomedical Services / American Red Cross /



Summer Job


Opportunity: The 2016 Team Redstone Summer Hire Announcement is now open and can be currently found on USAJobs: 


The announcement opened Wednesday 27 January and will close Wednesday 10 February.


Contact: Wendy D. Dickerson / HQs United States Army Materiel Command (AMC) - G1 / Strategic Workforce and Career Development Division / 4400 Martin Road, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5000 / 256-450-6516  /  256-701-3745  /  Email:



Environmental Educator


About the Cahaba Environmental Center:  The Cahaba Environmental Center (CEC) is an environmental education organization managed by McDowell

Environmental Center. The CEC is located on the property of Living River: A Retreat on the Cahaba, outside of Montevallo in Bibb and Shelby Counties. The site is a breathtaking tree-covered point nestled in a deep bend in the Cahaba River, preserving a mix of hardwoods and older trees that were once typical of Alabama’s river bottoms but elsewhere have been logged and replaced with faster-growing pines. The Cahaba River provides habitat for an impressive diversity of aquatic species, is one of Birmingham’s drinking water sources, and has become a hot spot for recreational activities. Because of our unique location, we front over 4 miles of the river to canoe and explore.


Opportunity:  The Cahaba Environmental Center’s pilot season starts this fall. In our residential environmental education program, school groups spend 3-5 days exploring the natural and cultural history of Alabama. Our curriculum is based in place, student-centered, hands-on, and follows inquiry-based and holistic approaches. Currently our programs are aligned to Alabama standards for grades 4-8, but we will be expanding our curriculum to include high school standards in 2016. In addition to our residential environmental education program, the Cahaba Environmental Center will also host a field science school for university and college professors to teach and participate in field research with their students.


Mission: The mission of the Cahaba Environmental Center at Living River is to inspire and empower learners of all ages to become stewards of the natural world by connecting them to the Cahaba River.


Program:  Students will make personal connections to the Cahaba River through first-hand experiences.  Students will increase their awareness and understanding of Alabama ecosystems and human interactions with the Cahaba River. Students will connect with each other and gain a better sense of community. Students will become empowered to make positive decisions as environmental stewards.


Description: A CEC environmental educator facilitates a variety of cultural history, environmental science, and community building activities with learners of varied ages, learning styles, and abilities. Our curriculum covers ecological concepts, watershed sciences, Native American cultures, geologic processes, coal mining, and evening programs such as campfires, night hikes, and town hall debates. An educator leads one field group of 10-13

students throughout a school’s entire visit. This provides a chance for the educator to develop meaningful relationships with their students and tailor their lessons to best meet the interests and needs of the group. During our pilot season in Fall 2015, there are plenty of opportunities for staff to take on personal projects to expand their experiences in trail building, creating teaching materials, meeting with teachers, and a variety of

other skills. All potentials are seasonal at this time.


Responsibilities Include: Teach engaging natural and cultural history lessons to learners of all ages.  Create a safe, positive learning environment for learners through positive reinforcement, rolemodeling, and cultural sensitivity.  Lead groups on hikes, canoeing, and other naturalist activities.  Facilitate low ropes course initiatives.  Provide leadership in risk management before, during, and after classes (e.g., respond to emergencies, administer first aid, maintain first aid kits, complete incident reports).  Serve as a positive role model to visitors and fellow staff members.  Maintain teaching materials and perform regular maintenance duty each week, or as necessary.  Participate in staff meetings.  Actively participate in program evaluation.  Represent and support the Cahaba Environmental Center in marketing and activities that promote

Enrollment.  Complete projects that support and improve the CEC’s education program.  Live and work respectfully with others.


Qualifications: Demonstrates creativity, enthusiasm, maturity, initiative, sense of humor, flexibility and team spirit.  Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Environmental Science, Education, Environmental Education, Biology,

or a related field.  Enthusiasm for learning and teaching about the natural world and human cultural history.  Ability to work and live in a small community and contribute as a collaborative team member.  Comfortable working in the outdoors in a variety of weather conditions.  Ability to work flexible hours including evenings and occasional weekends.  Current CPR and First Aid certification.  Pre-employment or post-hire background screening and criminal history check.


Compensation and Housing:  $275 per week + room and board. Cahaba environmental education staff will live in shared housing. Each educator will have his or her own bedroom and bathroom. The Cahaba staff house will have a community living space, laundry facilitates, and a kitchen.


To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to Director Kim Hall at

Contact:  Kim Hall / Cahaba Environmental Center /  (205) 208-0035 / / Website:



Fiscal Director/Controller


Opportunity: The Middle Alabama Agency on Aging is now hiring for a Fiscal Director/Controller.

Location: Central Region (Blount, Chilton, Shelby, St Clair and Walker counties)

Status: Fulltime, Exempt


Description: Government nonprofit is seeking candidates for Fiscal Director.  Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in accounting and be a Certified Public Accountant.  Organization may consider candidates with the Certified Management Accountant designation with appropriate experience.  In addition, candidates must understand and know how to apply GAAP, A-87, A-122, 133, and other federal (“Super Circular”) and state regulations pertinent to government and nonprofit grant administration.  The successful candidate will be familiar with cost accounting, audits, and establishing strong internal controls as well as understanding the rules governing how publicly funded organizations can and cannot spend federal dollars.  The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of the organization’s fiscal management, reporting and compliance.


The Fiscal Director is responsible for the accounting operations of the organization, to include the production of accurate and timely financial reports, maintenance of an adequate system of accounting records, and a comprehensive set of controls and budgets designed to mitigate risk, enhance the accuracy of the organization’s reported financials, and ensure that reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and other federal and state regulations which govern the use of public funds and/or specific covenants regulating the grants.


Maintain a documented system of accounting policies and procedures.  Oversee the operations of the accounting department, including the design of an organizational structure adequate for achieving the organization’s goals and objectives.  Oversee the accounting operations of contractors, especially their control systems, transaction-processing operations, and policies and procedures. Ensure that accounts payable are paid in a timely manner.  Ensure that all reasonable discounts are taken on accounts payable.  Ensure that accounts receivable are collected promptly.  Ensure that payroll is processed in a timely manner.  Ensure that monthly bank reconciliations are completed.  Maintain the chart of accounts.  Maintain an orderly accounting filing system.  Maintain a system of controls over accounting transactions.  Ensure that timely, accurate and complete financial statements and reports are issued for all grantors/funders, including the Board of Directors.  Coordinate the preparation of annual audits and other financial audits performed by the state and federal governments.  Recommend benchmarks against which to measure the organization’s fiscal and operational performance.  Manage the production of annual budgets and forecasts.  Calculate variances from the budget and report significant issues to management.  Provide financial analyses as needed and as required at least on a monthly and quarterly bases for the Executive Director, Program Managers/Coordinators, Board Officers, and/or the Board of Directors.  Liaise directly with the fiscal departments or agents of grantors and funders to ensure that all reporting by the organization is accurate, timely and complies with grant requirements and assurances.  Liaise directly with the fiscal departments or agents of contractors to ensure that all reporting and documentation submitted or required to be submitted by the contractor is accurate, timely and complies with contract requirements and assurances.  Coordinate the provision of information to external auditors for the annual audit.  Comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filings.  Ensure that all organizational grants comply with GAAP, pertinent state/federal assurances, and contract/grant requirements.  Ensure that the organization’s cost allocation plan is accurate and maximizes, to the extent possible, the funding of the organization.  Works directly with the Executive Director and/or other staff members, including the Board of Directors, on strategic planning for the organization to include multi-year area plans, annual operating plans, internal strategic plans, and program work plans/corrective action plans.


Qualifications: The Fiscal Director candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in accounting with the Certified Public Accountant designation. Working Conditions: Primarily in an office environment. Will be expected to travel as needed. Periodic weekend or evening work is expected. Supervises: All fiscal staff.


To Apply: Email cover letter, resume, salary requirements and three references to:  Lisa Adams, HR and Operations Manager at


Contact:  Lisa Adams / Human Resources and Operations Manager / Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging / 209 Cloverdale Circle – Alabaster, Alabama 35007 / P O Drawer 618 – Saginaw, Alabama 35137 / 205-670-5770 ext 112 / 1-866-570-2998 / Fax: 205-670-5750 /



Community Ombudsman (Ombudsman Representative)


Location: Central Region (Blount, Chilton, Shelby, St Clair and Walker counties)

Compensation: Contractor will be paid for each hour of work and training; receive travel reimbursement for work-related mileage; receive a monthly cell phone stipend; and organization will provide paid on-the-job training.

Status: Contract, Exempt


Description: Regularly visits nursing home and assisted living facilities to develop and maintain relationships with residents, ensures communities are complying with Residents’ Rights and promoting quality of life, and addresses any issues reported during the visit; Investigates and resolves complaints in a timely manner. Complaints may come from family members, friends, staff, or residents themselves. Complaints may be related to problems with staff or care received, family conflicts, or resident-to-resident issues; Maintains good rapport and cooperative relationships with long-term care communities to provide education for staff and conduct investigations; Collaborates with other agencies such as the Alabama Department of Public Health, Department of Human Resources, and the organization’s Legal Services Provider; Manages difficult or emotional customer situations using best customer service skills; Recruits and trains volunteers to increase the exposure of the ombudsman program in long-term care facilities. The ombudsman also maintains support for and regular contact with volunteers; Advocates for culture change and person-centered care in long-term care communities; Provides information and counseling on topics related to long-term care, including but not limited to, applying for long-term Medicaid, long-term care insurance, pay status in nursing homes and assisted living facilities, and what to expect upon moving into long-term care; Promotes advocacy and awareness of the ombudsman program through family councils, resident councils, health fairs, staff in-services, written materials, and other speaking engagements within the organization’s service area;  Monitors changes in policy and legislative activities to stay abreast of current trends and how they affect long-term care;


Qualifications: Works well with others as a team player, works independently with minimal supervision; able to multi-task, detail-oriented with attention to quality assurance and program goal achievement; organizational skills with strength in time management; strong written and verbal communication skills; and have a great attitude. Preferred Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Social Science, Public Health or Public Administration.  Experience with long-term care and caregivers preferred. Experience with public benefits and programs, and compliance preferred. Experience with long-term care and caregivers required. 


Other Requirements:  Successfully passing the Ombudsman certification examination and subsequent Ombudsman certification is required but the employer organization is responsible for providing training and scheduling any state training, including scheduling the Ombudsman certification test by the State.  The Community Ombudsman shall also be free of all conflicts of interest as defined by the Administration on Community Living’s “Final Rule,” the Alabama Department of Senior Services and the employer organization. 


To Apply: Email cover letter, resume, salary requirements and three references to: Lisa Adams, HR and Operations Manager at


Contact:  Lisa Adams / Human Resources and Operations Manager / Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging / 209 Cloverdale Circle – Alabaster, Alabama 35007 / P O Drawer 618 – Saginaw, Alabama 35137 / 205-670-5770 ext 112 / 1-866-570-2998 / Fax: 205-670-5750 /



AmeriCorps Position


Opportunity: Are you looking to serve?  Make a Difference in your  community?  Do you enjoy working with seniors?  Are you interested in disaster preparedness?   Do you want to know more about health and  wellness?   Do you want to know more about economic opportunities ?


Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging AmeriCorps has five full time AmeriCorps member positions available starting October 1, 2015.





Contact: Alexia Barbour / Middle Alabama Agency on Aging / (205) 670-5770 /



Associate Underwriter


Opportunity:  Old Republic Surety Company is seeking candidates for an Associate Underwriter.  Excellent Finance Career Opportunity.


Old Republic Surety Company (ORSC) specializes in writing contract surety, commercial surety, and small fidelity insurance bonds. A subsidiary company to Old Republic International Corporation, ORSC and its affiliates operate in all 50 states.


Attention all Finance, Accounting, Economics and Business college graduates! We are looking for great employees just like you!


Old Republic Surety Company (ORSC) is currently seeking ambitious and career-minded individuals who are ready to enhance their financial analysis and people skills. Under the guidance of the Bond Manager, the Associate Underwriter produces an underwriting profit and protects against future losses by proper risk selection and underwriting of various surety bonds.


As an Associate Underwriter, you will be ready and willing to grow with the company which may include transfer or relocation.


Why work for Old Republic Surety Company?  We know ourselves well and we know that we do our best when passion drives our work. It’s an important part of our lives. That passion is what inspires us to excel and achieve excellence. Studies show that employees are highly engaged when their personal and professional values complement and support one another.


ORSC has a wonderful work-life balance including shorter work weeks, generous PTO, paid holidays, employee activities, and more! We also offer competitive salary, two retirement savings programs, and an outstanding health insurance plan. Here at ORSC we have employees who have been with the company for 10, 20, even 30+ years- that confirms we are doing something right!


Current Associate Underwriter Open Opportunities Include: Tuscon, AZ, Birmingham, AL, Milwaukee, WI, Des Moines, IA, Portland, OR.


Responsibilities:  Examine and evaluate bond submissions for completeness and risk acceptability. Review credit reports and perform reference checks.  Issue quotes and approve/decline submissions within authority limits.  Ultimately responsible for underwriting selected classes of business within scope of authority.  Receive telephone calls and provide information as requested. Develop proficient communication/marketing skills with agents, the company, and the branch.  Review files for response compliance.  Prepare underwriting forms on cases submitted to Bond Manager or Home Office for review.  Occasional travel solo or along with Underwriters or Bond Managers to develop and maintain business.  Enter underwriting information into various computer systems. Prepare and maintain lists, forms, documents and reports to support the underwriting needs of the office. Assist with distribution of various items, such as renewal notices. Develop expertise in all facets of the job to improve skills and reach higher levels of personal and branch performance to enhance company profits. Partake in the Associate in Fidelity and Surety Bonding (AFSB) certification. This will include self-studying, coursework, quizzes, and pass exams as required.


Qualifications:  This position requires a High school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of three years of related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Ideal candidates will have a Bachelor's Degree in Insurance, Finance or Accounting.  Finance and Accounting coursework, with the ability and understanding of how to read financial statements required. Marketing or Sales experience preferred.  Excellent analytical and decision making skills. This position requires the ability to perform technical and diversified work requiring independent judgment in a fast paced environment.  Skills necessary include excellent oral and written communication skills, the ability to maintain accurate records, excellent organizational skills, strong attention to detail, and the ability to use a variety of office equipment. This position requires one to continuously have a driving record that is considered satisfactory as defined by company and/or corporate procedures, which are subject to change.


To Apply: Please send resumes to and reference this position.


Contact:  Nicole Springer / Recruiting Specialist / Old Republic Surety Company / Old Republic | Old Republic Insurance Group / 445 S. Moorland Road, Suite 200, Brookfield, WI 53005 / T: (262) 796-3613 | F: (262) 797-8874  / / Website:



Economic Development Summer Internship


Opportunity:  The Alabama Department of Commerce and the Economic Development Association of Alabama is recruiting students to apply to be a part of a competitive summer internship program. We at the Department of Commerce, along with PowerSouth Energy Cooperative, Alabama Power Company, and the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama seek qualified juniors, seniors, or graduate students who are interested in the economic development profession.


Description: Alabama Economic Development Internship Summer Program…  Throughout Alabama, Economic Development professionals strive to increase the standard of living for the citizens of our State. This is achieved largely through the creation and preservation of jobs. The Alabama Economic Development Internship 2016 Summer Program is seeking motivated, detail-oriented individuals to work with one of the four following economic development organizations in Alabama:Department of Commerce - Montgomery, AL, Economic Development Partnership of Alabama - Birmingham, AL, Alabama Power Company - Birmingham, AL,  PowerSouth Energy Cooperative - Montgomery, AL.


Qualified individuals should possess a strong desire to learn about the economic development profession and an eagerness to offer thoughtful suggestions and critical analysis. The paid internship will span approximately 10 weeks. The interns will be exposed to a variety of aspects of economic development, including work at state, regional, local, and private ED organizations. Limited travel within the state will be involved.


Scope of Work includes: Assist in the recruitment and location of new industries to Alabama.  Participate in meetings with domestic and international prospects.  Provide technical assistance in developing proposals for industrial clients.  Analyze and disseminate local, state, and federal incentive information.  Assist local economic development entities in their recruitment endeavors.  Work collaboratively with other summer interns who are part of the program.  Internship will culminate in presentation to Steering Committee


Qualifications:  The ideal candidate is proactive and committed to work in a multi-disciplined field. She or he should possess the ability to balance various assignments and meet deadlines. Additional qualifications include:  Excellent computer skills utilizing the MS Office Suite, especially in formatting, graphs, diagrams and tables (GIS skills a plus.).  Positive attitude.  Independence tempered by the ability to follow direction and abide by a work plan.  Ability to interact professionally with staff and associates (or Interpersonal communication skills).  Strong research and writing skills, with organizational skills evidencing attention to detail.  Must be classified as a college junior or above as of January 4, 2016


Salary:  Interns will receive $10/hour and will work 40 hours per week for 10 weeks.


To Apply:  The application deadline is Feb. 29, 2016. Please apply online


Contact: Nathan Madison / Business Development Specialist  / Alabama Department of Commerce / 401 Adams Avenue, Suite 610, Montgomery, AL. 36130 / Office: 334-353-2852 /



PT to FT Administrative Position


Looking for something flexible with the possibility to be full time when you graduate? This may be for you!


Description:  The primary responsibilities of this part time position include the following: Processing payables (A/P).  Organizing and filing documents.  Assist Accountant as needed.  Providing administrative support as needed


Qualifications: Proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook).  Strong organizational skills and attention to detail


Schedule is flexible


To Apply:  Email resume to


Contact:  Jessica Genry / Atlas RFID Solutions / Director, Human Resources  /  Phone (205) 383-4426  Internal Extension 125 / Fax (866) 369-6133 /



Financial Professional


Opportunity: What does a career need to offer you?  Financial growth? Personal satisfaction? Opportunity to advance? You’ll find all that and more as a New York Life Financial Professional. At New York Life, we believe it’s possible to get ahead and do the right thing. This belief shows in how we do business and it shows in the people we partner with as Agents and Managers.


This career isn’t for everyone, but the best Agents and Managers in our company will tell you there’s nothing else like it. Successful Agents at New York Life come from many different cultures and backgrounds. Most have dreams like yours. And life stories nothing like yours. That’s one reason our Company is a great place to build your career.


Join us!  If you're looking for a career where you can grow your own business and make a difference in your community, then let’s talk. We're looking for motivated–self-starters who want: Comprehensive and ongoing professional training and development.  State-of-the-art marketing and sales solutions.  A vast array of competitive insurance and financial products designed to meet the protection and financial needs of your clients.  A clearly defined career path including opportunities in Management for qualified individuals.   Comprehensive benefits, including a defined benefit pension plan1, and significant earnings potential.


Here's what you'll do: As a New York Life Agent, you'll be offering high quality life insurance, fixed annuities,2 long-term care insurance and other products for insurance and retirement planning needs. You'll also: Develop and implement business and marketing plans.  Prospect for potential clients.  Discuss financial concerns and needs of individuals.  Present potential solutions using our suite of products and services.  Develop your professional skills and knowledge.


Contact: Shannon K. Shriver CLU, ChFC, CLTC, CRPS / Partner / New York Life Insurance Company / Birmingham General Office / 2311 Highland Avenue South Suite 100, Birmingham, AL 35205 / (205) 918-1577 /



Summer Sports Counselors


Opportunity:  We are seeking students who would be interested in working at Camp Winadu this summer as a Sports Counselor.  Camp Winadu is one of the premier sports camp in America.  We offer a competitive salary, all room and board, and a generous travel allowance.  We can also work with your students so they can complete paid internships at camp.


A counselor at Winadu will have a dual role -both as a bunk counselor living in a bunk with campers, and as a specialty counselor teaching in a specific program area. While gaining practical, meaningful experiences that cannot be beaten. We offer a competitive salary, generous travel stipend, and all room and board expenses.


Current Positions:  Camp Winadu are currently recruiting for the following counselor positions: General Sports Counselors, Soccer, Tennis, Lifeguards, Swim Instructors, Waterski and Wakeboarding, Basketball, Rock Climbing, Golf, Sailing and many more.  Your overall responsibility is to enhance the skill level of every camper, while having a fun and exciting program that embodies our motto, ‘Building Character through Sports.


Winadu is approximately 3 hours (by car) to the west of Boston and to the north of New York City. 


To Apply: 


Contact: Mike Girling / Assistant Director / Camp Winadu / Office: (914) 437-7200 /



Student Volunteers


Opportunity: The Breast Cancer Survivorship Rehabilitation Initiative is looking to recruit student volunteers who are interested in health care…particularly students pursuing an education in nursing, social work, pharmacy, pre-med, or hospital administration. 


Description: The BCSRI will be training volunteers to be community lay navigators who will support breast cancer survivor’s to navigate through their individual health care systems and assist them in managing their care.


Contact: Megan Sisk / Volunteer Coordinator / Breast Cancer Survivorship Rehabilitation Initiative / St. Vincent’s Foundation / One Medical Park East Drive, Birmingham, AL 35235 / Phone: (205)-838-6158 / Fax: (205)-838-6295 /  Email:





Opportunity:  The Autism Society of Alabama (ASA) is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit with the mission of improving services for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through education and advocacy. 


ASA has unpaid internships available each semester.  Hours are flexible and goals for interns will change depending on time of year.  For the spring semester, ASA hosts charity walks in Birmingham and other cities. 


Description:  The intern would be responsible for tasks related to the Birmingham Walk on April 16 in Hoover.  The intern can participate in preparations for the 2016 Autism Legislative Day in Montgomery at the State House on March 15. 


This position is great for applicants who are interested in nonprofit work, marketing, and policy work. 


Contact: Bama Hager, Ph.D. / Program and Policy Director / Autism Society of Alabama  / 4217 Dolly Ridge Road, Birmingham, AL  35243 / / 205-383-1674




Summer Interns


Opportunity:  The LIVE/LEARN/INTERN program in Washington, DC runs from June 4 to July 29, 2016.  Guaranteed Internships - Courses for Credit - Housing in DC - Generous Scholarship Funding Available


Taking advantage of a Washington, DC internship is a valuable investment in your future that will set you apart after college. Gain that competitive edge by interning in the city where history is made. Programs are offered in following fields: International Affairs, Public Policy & Economics, Journalism & Communication, Service & Community Leadership, Business & Government Affairs, Leadership & the American Presidency. 


The priority deadline for the Summer 2016 LIVE/LEARN/INTERN programs in Washington, DC is coming up on February 10. The final application deadline is March 16.


Description: Students can earn between 3 and 9 credits and are guaranteed an internship in the fields of public policy, international affairs, journalism, communication, business, presidential history, or the nonprofit sector. More information on our programs may also be found online at:


The comprehensive programs sponsored by The Fund for American Studies include: A guaranteed internship placement.  Courses for transferable credit from George Mason University.  Furnished housing conveniently located close to Metro rail stations and key attractions in Washington.  Networking events, exclusive briefings, guest speakers and a mentor program


Internships: We’ve been creating academic internship experiences for over 40 years and guarantee all participants an internship placement. Your options are endless – we work with over 300 different federal agencies, policy groups, international affairs organizations, media outlets, public affairs firms, government relations offices, and nonprofit organizations.


Working in this powerful city will allow you to make professional connections and practice networking skills in a real-world setting. Washington, DC is the perfect place to explore a variety of career paths, and we work with each student’s unique goals and aspirations to match them with the most fitting internship site.


Internship Sites: Here is just a sampling of our past internship sites: American Institute for Cancer Research, AT&T, Capital Area Food Bank, Congressional Offices on Capitol Hill, Council of Hemispheric Affairs, Crosby Volmer Public Relations, Ford Motor Company, Foreign Embassies, National Association of Women Legislators, Security Industry Association, Student Conservation Association, U.S. Departments of Agriculture, Education, Justice and the Treasury, U.S. News & World Report, U.S. Small Business Administration, World Learning, WJLA TV ABC 7.


Scholarships:  We award almost 1 million dollars in scholarship funding annually and awards are made on the basis of financial need and merit. We are also pleased to announce our inaugural Outstanding Student Leader Scholarship awards that will provide full scholarships to 4 students to attend the program this summer. The deadline to apply for this scholarship is February 10. More information on the selection criteria and the application process may be found here: 


To Apply:  Students will be accepted on a rolling basis until the final deadline of March 16, 2016. Applicants are encouraged to apply for the priority deadline of February 10, 2016 to receive preference in admissions and scholarship consideration, as well as internship placement. We award almost 1 million dollars in scholarship funding annually and awards are made on the basis of financial need and merit. For more information and to be begin an online application, please visit Questions may be directed to or 202.986.0384.


Contact: Mallie Woodfin  /  Coordinator Recruitment and Admissions / U.S. Programs / The Fund for American Studies / / 202.986.0384



Administrative Support


Opportunity:  Birmingham Fastener location is located in Ensley. We are now hiring.  We are seeking candidates for an Administrative Support position.  This position is part-time, working 20-25 hours a week.  The position pays $12.00 per hour.  Long term position.


Description:  Duties include making daily deposits, entering accounts

receivable and accounts payable into computer system. MS Excel experience with balancing experience a plus.


Qualifications: Strong administrative, organizational, and clerical skills.  Data entry experience.  Some balancing skills.


Contact:  Carole Cope / Recruiter / Birmingham Fastener / Birmingham, AL /



Medical Scribe


Opportunity: PhysAssist Scribes, Inc. is currently looking for full time and part time candidates who are interested in gaining medical experience to join our team in Birmingham, AL. Our scribes work in the emergency departments and provide real-time charting for physicians by shadowing them throughout their shifts.


Description: As a scribe you will:  Work side by side with physicians as they see patients.  Document the patient history and chief complaint.  Document the physical exam and procedures.  Record x-ray, lab, and diagnostic test results.  Prepare plans for follow-up care.


Qualifications:  At least 18 years of age.  Pre-health professional students with sophomore status or above preferred.  Minimum 2.5 GPA.  Proficient in English.  Strong computer/typing skills.  Our Scribes must be reliable, positive, motivated, and professional. At PhysAssist, our scribes have the ability to multitask, stay organized, and manage time efficiently in a fast-paced environment. These attributes are essential to success in an Emergency Department or clinical setting.


Note: This is NOT an internship; this is a real job with real responsibilities! This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to pursue a career in healthcare. Scribing not only allows you to shadow physicians and get paid while doing it, but it also gives you the opportunity to learn medical terminology and charting, putting you one step ahead of other candidates pursuing careers in healthcare.


Contact: Holly Kennedy / PhysAssist Scribes / Birmingham, AL /





Organization: Committee to Elect Marcus Bowman

Job Title: Political Campaign Intern, Volunteer

Cities: Troy, Opelika, Montgomery, Birmingham, Mobile, Huntsville


Opportunity: The Marcus Bowman Campaign is seeking Interns to work with the Communications Manager.


Qualifications: This unpaid internship/resume booster opportunity is for BSC students who are in Political Science or for someone who is interested in Politics.


Description: Political campaign of Marcus Bowman for U.S. Senate seeks volunteers for internships. Interns will gain valuable experience, make many new connections and there are leadership opportunities available. It is part-time working from home with flexibility of working the hours you would like. Particular needs include MS Excel skills, drafting documents, making phone calls and much more.


Contact: Lindsey Humphries / Communications Manager / Marcus Bowman Campaign / / 205-617-0769





Opportunity: Neighborhood Academy is seeking Teachers for their Spring 2016 term!


Description:  Neighborhood Academy is starting its Spring season February the 8th.  We will be at Ensley Park & Rec, Tuggle Elementary and YMCA Youth Center.  We are looking for people to help teach at these 3 locations this Spring.  We will be focusing on math, geography and public speaking.  Of course, we would love volunteers, but we have been able to raise some money, so we can pay for your time as well.


To Apply: Use the website link for online sign up:   Every session is listed, at each location. You can sign up for any location, any days. We will have no more than 10 students per session. Just click the link and sign up for what you would like to do.


Contact: Tom Lewis / Founder & Director / Neighborhood Academy, Inc. / 205.229.2954 /




Opportunity: Friday Childcare for Twin Toddlers


Description: I am searching for a nanny for our (almost) 2 year old girl/boy twins, Sloane and Henry, for Fridays beginning as soon as possible.  Hours can be flexible depending on individual's schedule but would ideally fall between 10am and 3pm.  Activities would include prepping lunch and snacks, playtime, trips to the neighborhood park and stroller rides.  We also have two Labrador retrievers (MUCH older), so the person would need to be OK with dogs as well. We live near the Vestavia City Center and Vestavia Methodist Church so we are very close to campus.


$11 per hour. References required.


Contact: Ashley Sargent / 205.420.9561 /



Financial Services Rep / Summer Intern


Opportunity: Named as one of the “TOP TEN” internships, according to Vault’s Guide to Internships, for the past 20 years consecutively, this internship provides: Compensation, Top-notch training, Flexibility for school, Team support and mentorship, The chance to make an impact.


The Northwestern Mutual internship truly has it all. Financial representative interns ask clients and prospects lots of questions to understand their financial goals. They come up with creative financial solutions. They’re in business for themselves, but they’re never alone. They have support from their team and the company.


Can you envision a life of freedom and calling your own shots?   Looking for a fast-paced, highly productive environment?  Think hard work should be recognized and rewarded?  Want to work for a company with exceptional financial strength?


Then this just may be the internship for you. To be considered, you must be a full-time student at a four-year college or university. We want you to have strong interpersonal skills, be self-motivated and have a history of personal success.


Company Accolades

“America’s Top Ten Internship” -Vault

"Best Place to Launch a Career” –Business Week

"World's Most Admired Companies" –FORTUNE Magazine

"50 Best Companies to Sell For” –Selling Power Magazine

"Top 50 Best Places to Work in America”  –


Qualifications:  Full-time student at a four year institution.  Strong interpersonal skills.  Self-starter and highly motivated .  History of personal success.  Prefer Previous sales experience.


How to apply:  Please email resume to


Contact: Mindy Haase, Campus Recruiter / Northwestern Mutual / 1901 6th Ave. North, Suite 2800, Birmingham, AL 35203 / E: /   W:



Bio Train Summer Internship


Opportunity:  Seeking candidates for the summer internship program at the Hudson Alpha Institute for Biotechnology in Huntsville, known as BioTrain.  The summer of 2016 will be our 8th year placing students across the state of Alabama in engaging experiences in the research labs and associated biotech companies and departments of Hudson Alpha. 


Description:  This unique internship program accepts 20 - 30 interns each summer for a nine-week session that includes a week of Biotech Boot Camp and weekly professional development seminars in addition to eight weeks of employment for undergraduate and Masters level students. 


Qualifications: We are looking for qualified applicants with all levels of experience that are interested in the areas of genetics and genomics, molecular biology, computational informatics, chemistry, and other associated fields.  Many of the research labs at Hudson Alpha focus on using sequence data to gain insight into disease and learn more about the world around us.  For that reason, several of the intern positions will involve computer programming and informatic work with databases.  Students with experience and interest in these areas are encouraged to apply.  Our researchers have said that they particularly need people with experience and education in programming, basic biology, and math/statistics.


Notes:  Students who attend a college or university in the state of Alabama or have a permanent address in Alabama are eligible to apply.  Online applications will be open January 15 - February 15, 2016.  Students will need a resume and two letters of recommendation. The 2016 Bio Train Internship will be held May 31 - July 29th.


BioTrain Internship website:


Contact: Michele Morris / Internship Coordinator / Hudson Alpha / Huntsville, Alabama /



Recruiting & Marketing Specialist


Opportunity:  We are looking for someone to fill a marketing/recruiting position for Waffle House in the Birmingham area. It pays $40,500 and has room for advancement. If you are a recent grad or have been in the  work force for a while and you are outgoing and self-motivated, this is your opportunity.


Description: The recruiting and marketing specialist recruits and sources qualified applicants for hourly positions in Waffle House restaurants. He/She builds relationships with the community including local schools, businesses and organizations. They market our brand and products through those relationships. The HRS is also responsible for overseeing the hourly training program.


Location: Birmingham area  /  Salary: $40,100  /  Position Type: Full time-Entry level


Contact: Ms. Ashley Bridenbaugh / Area People Director / Waffle House / Email:  / Phone: (865) 805-4968


Customer Service Rep


Opportunity:  DirectTV is now part of AT&T.  We are currently looking to hire full time Customer Service Representatives, handling Inbound Sales and Upgrades in our Huntsville, AL call center. 


Contact: Amy Lounsbury / Talent Attraction Manager / AT&T DirectTV / E-Mail: / Office: (201) 270-2238 / Fax: (866) 538-6878 / Twitter:  @RecruitingAmy / Web:


Political Affairs Intern / Writer Intern


Opportunity: The Borgen Project is offering two internship openings.  The Borgen Project is an innovative, non-profit, national campaign that works with U.S. leaders to improve their response to the global poverty crisis.


Political Affairs Internship


Description: This is a part-time 14-hours per week telecommuting internship. Conduct lobbying meetings with Congressional offices. Build support for key legislation that impacts the International Affairs Budget and the world's poor. Represent The Borgen Project at various business, political and community events. Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets. Mobilize individuals to contact their members of Congress in support of key poverty-reduction legislation. As needed, speak to groups, classes and organizations. Write letters of support for key programs to political leaders, media and other groups.


Qualifications: Outstanding writing skills. Strong oral communication skills and ability to lead meetings and give speeches.


Writer Internship


Description:  This is 12-week, part-time internship is a great opportunity to have your articles published on a website with over 100,000 monthly visitors. The selected candidate will be able to work from home and pick their own schedule, but must meet weekly deadlines. Articles submitted will appear on BORGEN Magazine or The Borgen Project Blog.  Write 3 articles per week.  Research topics.  Assist with advocacy efforts.  Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.  Attend national conference call every Monday at 5PM PST.


Qualifications: Strong research and writing skills. Experience working in a newsroom is preferred but not required.


Apply online:


Contact: Lynsey Alexander / Hiring Manager / The Borgen Project / / /



Anytown Alabama Social Justice Internship Program


Opportunity:  The YWCA Central Alabama’s Anytown Alabama Social Justice Leadership program for high school is offering a Certification and Internship Program for its volunteer staff. 


Description:  Held the first week in June, Anytown normally has a very competitive volunteer staff process, but this year it has been developed into a formal internship program which also leads to certification. This would be an ideal opportunity for some of your college students, alums, service corps members or adults in your social network with a passion for social justice. 


To Apply:  The application is available at this address:  Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.



JaLeah Morris /

Faith Munford /

Rebecca Harkless /

 YWCA Central Alabama, 309 23rd Street North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203





Title: Lifeguard

Location:  St Vincent's 119 Health & Wellness, Hoover, AL

Department: Fitness Center

Hours:  Part-Time / Sun.-Sat. / 20-25 hours per week

Salary: $11.00 per hour


Opportunity:  St. Vincent’s One Nineteen is part of the St. Vincent's Health System.  At St. Vincent’s Health System, we care about our associates just as much as we do our patients. We believe our highly skilled staff is instrumental in providing our faith-based model of care. If you’re interested in joining a team with an impressive reputation for providing compassionate care, St. Vincent’s could be the right fit for you.


Description:  The Lifeguard guards the safety of pool users and responds to emergencies.  Inspects aquatic areas regularly and reports all maintenance concerns and incidents of worn equipment. Explains pool rules and ensures the safety of those using the aquatic area by remaining vigilant and be ready to respond to emergency situations.  Enforces policies.  Educates participants about aquatic safety policies for all aquatic areas. Assist the instruction of swim lessons or exercise classes as training allows.   Report all incidents and injuries per department regulations. Conduct chemical tests and maintain accurate water test records and attendance records in accordance with health department regulations.


Qualifications:  Certified Lifeguard Required by date of hire.  If need to be certified, St Vincent’s can provide that service.


To Apply:  Apply online today at careers


Contact: D'Awvalo Turnipseed / Supervisor of Children Programs & Aquatics / St. Vincent's One Nineteen / 7191 Cahaba Valley Road, Birmingham, AL 35242 / 205-408-6600 / d'



Science Teachers (K-12)


Opportunity:  Southern Teachers Association helps candidates find teaching jobs in hundreds of private/independent schools around the South.


While we already have a surprising number of science jobs listed by schools for the 2016-17 school year, we also have several good mid-year positions that have opened up for a variety of reasons.


We are seeking talented biology majors that graduated this December.  We are also interested in talking with upcoming May graduates for future teaching positions.


It’s important to understand that teacher certification is not necessarily required for these jobs.


Contact: Linda Coyner / College Recruitment Coordinator / Southern Teachers Association / (434) 295-9122 /



Various Positions


Opportunity:  Great Hearts Academies is Now Accepting Mid-Year Applications for 2015-2016 Faculty Positions.  We are also seeking candidates for the Fall term as well.   Great Hearts Academics is a non-profit network of twenty-nine charter liberal arts schools in Arizona and Texas dedicated to improving education by developing excelling public prep schools. Great Hearts’ academies are substantially outperforming other public and private schools, proving that tuition-free schools can do a superb job of educating students if they are smaller, more efficient, and set higher expectations for all students through a core, classical liberal arts curriculum. We gladly prepare our graduates for success in the best colleges and universities in the nation, but our main purpose is the formation of the soul, heart, and mind. We believe that the highest goal of education is to become good, intellectually and morally.


Apprentice Teacher Program:

This program offers new teachers an intentional, individualized course of study and mentorship with a Master Teacher as they learn the craft of teaching in a classical, liberal arts K-5 environment. This program is ideal for

individuals without much classroom experience and also for those who would like to continue their education online or take night classes while gaining essential experience in the classroom.


Joining Great Hearts Academies:  Our academies are bastions of academic rigor and excellence and attract students who are curious and diligent.


Classes are run Socratically - teachers are expected to be guides as well as participants in the search for Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.


The faculty of the Great Hearts Academies is a true community of life-long learners who participate in seminars together, attend classical music concerts together, and hear lectures on art, philosophy, mathematics, and other topics in the liberal arts.


Certification is not required; the majority of our faculty hold undergraduate/

graduate degrees in the academic subjects they teach and/or undergraduate or graduate degrees from top liberal arts programs.


To Apply: Candidates must submit their application online via our national website:


Note: The application will ask you to indicate your openness to being considered for positions in either/both Arizona and Texas. Our career sites include specific job descriptions of open positions and allow applicants to submit their materials for review by Headmasters and Lead Office staff.


Available Positions: K-5 Homeroom Teachers, K-5 Teacher Apprentices and Assistants, Calculus, Music, Life Science, Physics, Chemistry, and Other School Subject Specific Positions, Math Interventionist, Exceptional Student Services, Coordinators and Assistants, Staff Accountant


Contact: Stephen LeTrent /Talent Administrator / Great Hearts Academies / 3102 N 56th Street Suite 300, Phoenix, AZ 85018 / Phone: 602.438.7045 / Email: / Web:





Human Resources Internship


Description:  The Human Resources Intern will assist the Director of Human Resources with a range of projects and job duties such as compliance, benefits administration, employee relations, recruitment, leave management, and worker compensation.  The internship is designed to be educational for the student in relating classroom studies to practical everyday Human Resources Management.  The student will gain a better understanding of Human Resources to be better prepared work in the arena of human resources.


The student will learn the practical application of the following: An overall understanding of how Human Resources fits within an organization. An overview of the recruitment/onboarding process including new hire paperwork, job posting, extending offers of employment and orientation.  An understanding of employment law and compliance including investigations, unemployment claims, disciplinary actions.  The relationship between Finance and Human Resources; the interworking’s of these departments regarding benefits and payroll.  Benefits administration regarding new hire enrollments, COBRA, and troubleshooting of daily benefit issues.  Overall customer service of Human Resources staff and the importance of assisting our customers, Golden Flake employees.


Qualifications:  Current enrollment in a graduate or undergraduate program with an interest and aptitude to work in Human Resources.  Ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines.  Ability to provide professional customer service.  Proficient in Microsoft Office and internet applications.  Student member of SHRM a plus.


Contact: Ashley Bice / Human Resources Coordinator / Golden Flake Snack Foods, Inc. / Birmingham, AL / (205) 321-7475 /



Executive Assistant


Opportunity: The Alabama Symphony Orchestra is searching for its next Executive Assistant. 


Description: Reports to ASO President.  Provides administrative support to the President and the Music Director.  Maintains President’s calendar and makes appointments.  Maintains contact lists in Outlook for President and contacts in the public folder.  Works closely with President regarding matters of the Board of Directors, Endowment Board, Executive Committee, and other committees as assigned.  Maintains Music Director’s calendar and keeps up with all social appointments.  Sends a confirmation email to Music Director for all items added to his calendar.  Provides general administrative/clerical support.  Keeps master files of the organization.


Manages board operations.  Maintains Board of Directors and Executive Committee lists and files. Supports Board, Endowment Board, Executive, Finance, and Audit Committees : Sends meeting notices, Secures location for meetings, Prepares packets for meetings, Takes minutes at meetings.


Serves as Office Manager, including management of all office equipment and IT equipment and vendors.  Orders office supplies.  Oversees building issues and upkeep of facilities.  Answers incoming calls to the main phone line of the organization.  Maintains Conference Room calendar.  Arranges travel for office staff.


The Executive Assistant works in close contact with department heads, the Board of Directors, donors, volunteers, patrons and ticket buyers and interfaces regularly with staff and musicians therefore must maintain a high degree of confidentiality in all aspects of the job.


Qualifications (Minimum): Associate Degree and 5 years of administrative support experience; working knowledge of Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and Outlook.


To Apply:  Please submit cover letter and resume to Curt Long, ASO President, at  No phone calls, please.


Contact: Ginny Cockrell / Executive Assistant / Alabama Symphony Orchestra / 3621 Sixth Avenue South Birmingham, AL  35222 / 205-314-6915 /



Domestic Violence Crisis Line Volunteer


Opportunity: The YWCA of Central Alabama has a wonderful volunteer opportunity that we would like to share with your students.  We are seeking volunteers to help answer our Domestic Violence Crisis Line. Every fifteen seconds, a woman is battered by an intimate partner. Last year alone, our volunteers assisted 1,500 victims of domestic violence.  Domestic Violence crosses all segments of the population. Crisis line volunteers are needed to represent all racial, educational and socio-economic lines.  


Description:  Crisis Line volunteers are crucial in linking victims of domestic violence to life-saving information about shelter and other community resources. They offer crisis intervention, assist callers with safety planning, provide support and make referrals to other community resources. 


Qualifications:  In order to become a Crisis Line volunteer you must be at least 19 years of age, have the capacity to respond with empathy, warmth and patience, have strong communication skills and have an open-minded personality. 


Notes:  Crisis Line volunteers are needed Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 am and 5:30 pm.  Shifts are in 3-4 hour increments, once a week or once every other week. We do have flexibility and ask volunteer commitments are for a minimum of six months.


To Apply:  Persons interested in becoming a YWCA Domestic Violence Crisis Line volunteer must submit an application, complete an interview with the Coordinator and complete YWCA Domestic Violence Volunteer Training.


Contact: Ray Richardson / Crisis Line Coordinator & Outreach Specialist / YWCA Central Alabama / 309 23rd Street North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203 / 205.322.4878 ext. 408 /



Fulltime Paid Seasonal Positions


Opportunity to live, work, and minister in a national park for the summer!  What will you do this summer? Go backpacking and wake up near a glacier? Lead a worship service in the middle of the Rocky Mountains? Become friends with international students during a hike through the Grand Canyon?  If you’re ready for the ultimate adventure, then you should look into spending your summer living, working, and serving God in a national park.


A Christian Ministry in the National Parks is an interdenominational ministry dedicated to being a Christian presence in the national parks. ACMNP gives students the chance to have a life-changing summer by developing their own leadership skills and helping other people encounter God in the wonders of creation. ACMNP volunteers earn a full-time income by working for park’s private concessionaires as housekeepers, cashiers, wait staff, and other seasonal positions.


Contact: Sarah Jobe / Recruiter / A Christian Ministry in the National Parks / / Office: (800) 786-3450 or (303) 220-2808 / 9185 E. Kenyon Ave. Suite 230, Denver, CO 80237 /



Sales Associate and Warehouse Associate


Sozo Trading is hiring two full time employees to work at $10 an hour!  One will be a Sales Associate and one will be a Warehouse Associate!  Sozo Trading needs volunteers to help work in the back of the warehouse, sorting, hanging and organizing donations to go on the floor!  Sozo Trading is located on 41st South in the Avondale area.


Contact:  Suzanne Owens, Executive Director / Sozo Trading / (205)401-8968 /



College 101 Program Fellowship (Part Time)


Opportunity: The Birmingham Education Foundation has a fellowship position available. We need a person to help facilitate the College 101 pilot programs at Carver High School for about 10-20 hours of work per week, helping to create the curriculum then lead in-school sessions in the Academy classes, plus facilitate tours plus lunches with admissions officers. Small stipend is available.  Timeline: September 2015 - May 2015.


The Birmingham Education Foundation (Ed) is a non-profit 501(c)3 that exists as a critical ally of the Birmingham City Schools. Ed is a product of the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham’s 2007 initiative Yes We Can! Birmingham, a social-visioning process which sought to ask the community what can we do to improve our schools. In recent years, Ed has refined its mission and goals to continue to serve our students and the interests of the community, support initiatives prioritized by Bham City Schools, and capitalize on our strengths as an organization. This year, Ed contributed to college and career-readiness programming for Bham City Schools high school students that led to over 1000 conversations about college access, 25 ACT prep sessions, 40 presentations by local professionals, and contributions by over 150 individual volunteers. That’s because we believe that we are all in this together: every student, every parent, every teacher, every principal, every corporate executive, every civic leader – we are all collectively responsible for helping to improve the educational outcomes for the children in Birmingham City Schools.


Description: The Ed College Prep Fellow will assist the Program Manager on the planning and execution of the Ed’s signature College 101 initiative. College 101 programming is developed as part of a yearlong campaign to support and promote a growing college-going culture in Birmingham City high schools. During the 2015-2016 school year, College 101 will serve 9th Grade students in all seven Birmingham City high schools through academic tours at UAB, in-school sessions and a panel discussion involving current college students. Additionally, BEF will begin expanding College 101 programming at Carver HS to include intense FAFSA prep and pilot programming at the 10th, 11th and 12th Grade levels. The C101 Fellow will be responsible for coordinating events and partners for all College 101 programs, facilitating and supporting school-level relationships, managing volunteers, and tracking students participation. The C101 Fellow will gain a sophisticated knowledge of national college-readiness models and best practices and an understanding of current practices in Bham City Schools, with ability to make recommendations for future programming and support mechanisms.


Qualifications: Being the College 101 Fellow means being a good listener and collaborator, one who can work in diverse settings and with diverse populations. A successful C101 Fellow: Is proficient in Microsoft Office (esp. MS Word, Power Point, and Excel).  Possesses sophisticated written and oral communication skills.  Has the ability to adapt to changing circumstances and goals.  Is a self-starter and produces a high quality product.  Can work well in teams and with diverse populations.  Is comfortable speaking in front of groups of students and adults.  Has a strong orientation toward listening to and working with the community.  Can take and deliver constructive criticism in pursuit of improved performance.  Is a critical thinker, takes calculated risks, and asks good questions.  Pays attention to detail and manages time well.  Has a positive outlook on changing landscape of urban education.  Assumes the best in people.  Shares our sense of urgency in improving education for underserved populations.  Believes in the equality of education for all students.


Benefits: As a member of the Ed team, you will benefit from a number of perks that come with being a part of a budding organization. These advantages include but are not limited to: Getting the opportunity to help grow an organization and enact meaningful change in a community; Interfacing with a diverse group of community members, including partners, school staff, students, corporate executives, young professionals, higher ed institutions, and city leaders; Receiving training and individualized professional and personal development from a supportive Ed team and local network of community partners; and Participating in fun community events.


Compensation: The Ed Program Fellows will be compensated in the amount of $500 per semester for an average of 15-20 hours of work per week. Fellows will be asked to document their work hours, with understanding that

some weeks require more hours and some may require less.


To Apply: Please send current resume and cover letter to


Contact: Whitney Williams, Development Manager / Birmingham Education Foundation / 205-937-4763 /


Contact: Autumn Sanders, Program Manager / Birmingham Education Foundation  /



Operations Specialist


Opportunity: Bridgeworth, LLC is an independent Registered Investment Adviser (RIA) firm with offices in Birmingham and Huntsville.  Bridgeworth is committed to being a great place to work and has been named by the Birmingham Business Journal on its best places to work list. 


Description: We are looking for multiple full-time Operations Specialists to staff the newly created shared operations team for our firm. The individual position functions as part of the team and reports to the Director of Operations. The team members will perform a variety of operational tasks for multiple financial advisors and staff within the firm, coordinating information from various operational areas and clients.


Responsibilities and duties include: Setting up new accounts within multiple systems and custodians.  Processing, scanning, copying and distribution of sensitive documents.  Creation and management of client records within the firm’s electronic filing system.  Creation and maintenance of client records within the firm’s CRM.  Some client services involving online access setup and maintenance. 


The person(s) who shall successfully fill the role of an Operations Specialist within Bridgeworth, LLC shall possess the following knowledge, characteristics, abilities and experience:  Ability to work with multiple online systems at once.  Proven organizational, interpersonal, verbal and written communication abilities. Comfortable working within a confidential financial environment. Takes accountability for entire process from receipt of work to resolution and closure.  Ability to prioritize workflow based on time sensitive nature of the tasks assigned.  Ability to work independently and as part of a team managing multiple tasks in a fast paced and fluid environment. Ability to interact professionally with customers, firm partners, peers and upper management. Familiarity with common securities/financial transactions and terminology a plus.  2+ years customer service, banking operations, financial services, accounting or clerical experience.  Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required.


Contact: Amy Marquis Brunson, MBA / Director of Operations / Bridgeworth Financial / 3800 Colonnade Parkway, suite 300, Birmingham, Alabama 35243 / telephone: (205) 208-8700 / facsimile: (205) 208-8701 / toll free: (866) 850-1766 / email:  /  Web site:



Disaster Specialist


Opportunity: The American Red Cross has a new job opening for a Disaster Specialist in Birmingham, AL in the area of Disaster Response/Relief.


At the Red Cross, there is no such thing as a small disaster. In every single case it is the Red Cross’ mission to help people, affected by disaster, meet their emergency needs that include shelter, food, clothing, and health and mental health services. As a paid staff member, you will support our loyal Red Cross disaster volunteers who serve selflessly to provide a bridge of assistance until individuals and families can resume a normal life.


Our disaster volunteers are the heart and soul of our mission to respond to emergencies and provide relief to victims of disasters. They serve in a number of capacities, including Disaster Action Team Member, Disaster Assessment, Caseworker, Mass Care Feeding, Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV) Driver, Shelter Manager/Staff, Disaster Health Services and Disaster Mental Health.


Description:  We are currently seeking a Disaster Services Specialist in Birmingham, AL. This is a full-time position that will require travel and work outside of normal business hours, as needed.


A full description and instructions for the application process can be found at the following link:


Description:  This  Disaster Specialist organizes and facilitates all disaster operations within the counties that surround Birmingham, AL. Supports community and labor groups in developing and updating their disaster response plans. Leads, evaluates and provides appropriate development opportunities and recognition of disaster instructors and volunteers. Assigns and coordinates staff members and volunteers on project assignments and plans volunteer related activities as needed. Acts as a program or service subject matter expert (SME) to staff, management, volunteers and external partners. 


Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree or combination of education and experience, which would provide an equivalent background.  Minimum of 3 to 5 years experience in implementing and advancing social service programs. Ability to coordinate staff and volunteer activities.  Ability to interpret program trends, results, related data, and budget information to formulate recommendations. Ability to  manage multiple priorities with strong skills in planning and problem-solving.  Prior managerial or supervisory experience preferred.


 Skills and Abilities:  Develops project plans & budgets. Demonstrates in depth knowledge of program or service.  Maintains confidentiality.  Works with integrity and ethically.  Demonstrated ability in creating presentations and developing training modules. Excellent oral and communication skills, including training and presentations. Intermediate level proficiency with MS Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook is required. 


This position is also responsible for ensuring that all American Red Cross finance policies and procedures are followed as related to the scope of work activity.  All full time disaster employees must be willing and able to be deployed, as needed.   The American Red Cross is a nonprofit organization that employees growth and development, team spirit, competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package.   Will involve regional travel up to 25%.


Upon employment, must be able to learn and become proficient in: ARC programs and procedures, Volunteer Management, Financial Management, Cultural Competency, Emergency Management Practices, Community, Government, Partnerships, Supply chain and warehousing, Disaster technical expertise.


If this sounds like the kind of opportunity that you’ve been waiting for, please visit our website at:


Contact: Pam Miller / Talent Acquisition Advisor / American Red Cross /



Marketing Representative


Opportunity: Surefire Social provides Local Marketing Cloud Technology & Services for National to Local Digital Marketing.  We’re looking for an energetic Student/Alumni to join our Marketing Team. Our Marketing Team work on a range of client projects; gaining a real perspective on the many ways we help clients achieve their business and brand goals.


Description: Sales presentations.  Assist in the distribution or delivery of marketing materials.  Financing and budgeting for marketing and sales campaigns and office management teams.


All employee at Surefir Social  are treated, trained, the same as all other associates within the company.   They are given the same professional development and experience that our long term staff


Qualifications: Interested candidates  are  expected to have the ability to interact with potential customers, as well as existing customers and explain the benefits of our clients' products and services in order to support their demand for customer retention as well as new acquisitions.  We have found that by utilizing face to face on site presentations, we not only are able to build brand awareness for our clients, but it also enables us to develop relationships with the customers that we are bringing our clients.


Notes: Work Schedule: T-TH-Sat.  Weekly Wages:  $300.  Internship Length:  6 Months.  Interested applicant should submit resume/cover letter via email.


Contact:  Shashi Bellamkonda / Chief Marketing Officer / Marketing Department / Surefir Social / 1765 Greensboro Station Pl, Ste 950, McLean, VA 22102 / (703) 947-0244  /  /



Management Internship


Opportunity:  America’s Thrift Stores was founded in 1984 as a for-profit thrift store and operates in the southeastern United States. The company is headquarted in Birmingham, Alabama and operates stores in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana. America’s thrift Stores employs over 1,000 people and pays over $4 million to its non-profit partners annually as it turns donated items into revenue for their missions.


We now have twenty locations and have plans to double our size in the next few years. In order for us to be able to accomplish this goal we must have qualified managers in our store manager in training program. We have a well established training program that can take the college student from entry level to upper management opportunities.


Contact: Jeff Champion / Head of Recruiting and Talent / America's Thrift Stores / Store Support Center / 1900 Crestwood Blvd. Suite 302  Irondale, Al 35210 / Cell: 205-259-9710 /


Inside Sales Representative


Opportunity:  Start your career today in Inside Sales!  Yellow Pages is hosting an Open House on Thursday, December 10th in Birmingham!  We are looking for qualified candidates interested in a career in sales.


Experience the reward of working with local businesses. Do you want to take your sales career to the next level? Are you passionate about success and want to work in a rapidly expanding digital brand that has over 70 million visitors a month? YP is seeking Inside Sales Reps to join our growing team.


Come to our Open House on Thursday, December 10th, 4pm – 6:30pm, at

200 Missionary Ridge Birmingham, AL. 35242-5238.  Please bring a copy of your current resume and dress professionally. During the Open House, an assessment and interview will be conducted for candidates who meet the qualifications for a Telesales representative.


Description: Utilize online and offline sources to cultivate new leads and develop/maintain your pipeline. Make calls to assess business goals through qualifying.  Work with business owners in YP’s platforms and advertising packages, & close the deal. Achieve and consistently exceed monthly sales goals. Effectively manage, support and continually update in Salesforce with all appointments, pitches and pending dollars.


Qualifications:  BA/BS degree or 1+ successful years in outbound call center sales.


Notes: Fun, high growth, high impact company.  Salary + commission structure.  Paid training.  Competitive health benefits (Medical / Dental / Vision).  Growth & advancement potential.


To Apply:  Go to:


Contact: Jill Screws / Division Staff Assistant / Yellow Pages / 200 Missionary Ridge, Birmingham, AL. 35242 / T 205.977.6601  /  F 205.721.2520  / / Web:



Paid Marketing Internship


Opportunity: High Cotton is seeking a Marketing Intern for January-May.  This is a paid internship opportunity.  High Cotton is a leading document outsourcing company specializing in providing financial services and healthcare institutions the design, production and delivery of customer critical documents via print mail and electronic delivery.


Description: Manage the coordination and implementation of all marketing materials and activities.  Responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing exhibition at industry tradeshows.  Create and send email blasts to client database.  Responsible for website upkeep, including implementing SEO strategies.  Review and analyze marketing campaigns for efficiency and make changes as needed.  Work closely with upper management, provide weekly reports, and maintain Marketing budget.  Create and modify samples for sales team using InDesign, Photoshop, and Publisher.  Develop presentation materials.


Qualifications: Proficiency in InDesign, Photoshop, Microsoft Publisher, WordPress, and Microsoft Office is a plus.  Excellent communication and presentation skills.  Strong attention to detail and highly organized.


Notes: The position would start January 4, 2016, with a tentative end date at the beginning of May.  Hours are Mon, Wed, Fri 12-4 or 5, depending on need.  12-15 hours per week.  This is a paid internship.  The pay is $12/hour. 


Contact: Sarah Sullivan Johnson, Marketing Coordinator / High Cotton / 2901 Alton Way, Birmingham, AL 35210 / P.O. Box 101568, Birmingham, AL 35210-6568 / 205.838.2822 / Fax: 205.836.5587 / Email: / Website:



Banquet Server


Opportunity:  Excellent opportunity for candidates seeking part time employment opportunity.  Ideal for college students!!  Pay rate $10 -$12 per hour.


Description: Banquet Servers interact with guest to ensure they have a great dining and/or meeting experience. This role will be responsible for positive guest interactions while serving the guest in a friendly and efficient manner.  Set/clean up the banquet area before/after an event.  Deliver all food orders to the guest tables.  Maintain high standards of safety and cleanliness.  Maintain proper dining experience, deliver items, fulfill customer needs, remove courses, replenish utensils, and refill glasses.


Qualifications:  At least 18 years old.  High school diploma or equivalent preferred.  Positive interpersonal skills.  Excellent oral communication skills.  Ability to lift 25-35 lb. trays.  Must be available to work various shifts Monday-Sunday.  Must possess Jefferson County Food Handler Card.  Must be able to obtain the appropriate work uniform.


To Apply:  Go to:  First, choose either English or Spanish. Then, on the next screen, in order to see most of our orders in and around Birmingham…  Enter Birmingham as the City…  Select a 75 mile radius…  Enter the zip code 35244.  And when completing the application, please use the following date format for all dates entered (MM/YYYY). And if you find yourself “stuck/frozen” while completing the online application, give us a call and we will guide you through it together.  Our online application does not supports phones or tablets of any kind, so be sure to use a laptop or desktop computer. You are also welcome to use one of our computers in the office from 7:30am-4:30pm daily. It’s best to call us and make a Computer Reservation.


Contact: Andreda Williams / Recruiter, Commercial / Advantage Resourcing / 2717 John Hawkins Parkway, Suite 107, Birmingham, AL 35244  /  205.444.8733 /  /





Health Policy Analyst


Opportunity:  Health Policy Analyst I opening at Vanderbilt’s School of Medicine, Department of Health Policy.
Description:  The Department of Health Policy is seeking qualified candidates to provide faculty with analytic file construction, statistical analyses, graphics and other data analyses. Under general supervision, the analyst will work from faculty members’ specifications to undertake some or all of the following tasks: 1) determine the best source(s) of data, 2) obtain and merge data as needed, 3) clean and prepare data for analysis, and 4) undertake statistical analyses. The analyst will also document his/her work and present results in tabular, graphical, and written summary form.
This position is responsible for providing support for complex qualitative and quantitative research projects in health, public health, health policy, health services research, epidemiology or related disciplines under faculty guidance. Activities may include study coordination, literature searches, data collection, data analysis, and report preparation. This position also provides general support to departmental programs, projects and coordinates
dissemination of information.
The ideal candidate will work well with a number of faculty members, take initiative to gather suitable data to address policy questions, and complete assignments in a timely manner. The responsibilities of this position will include quantitative and written data analysis on issues of current policy interest. Examples of projects may include: Examining how local changes in the demand for care, after the Affordable Care Act is implemented, line up with the local supply. Working with community partners to set health initiative priorities and evaluate programs.  Comparing care use at the end of life for patients in Medicare managed care plans to those in traditional Medicare.
Qualifications: This position requires Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 12 months of related experience. A degree in economics, statistics, public policy, or another field with quantitative coursework is strongly preferred. Preferred qualities and skills: Strong written and verbal communication skills.  Strong quantitative, statistical and data analysis skills.  Experience with STATA, SAS, or R.  Experience with health‐related datasets and/or population surveys. Knowledge of health policy issues.  Self‐starter with initiative and professional work style.
To Apply: Applicants must utilize the Vanderbilt online system –‐at‐vanderbilt/.  Search for job posting #1511912 and apply through the Vanderbilt online system.
Claire D Posey / Vanderbilt University School of Medicine / Department of Health Policy / Nashville, Tennessee /



Marketing Rep


Opportunity:  PrideStaff, a national staffing company is seeking a seasonal event marketing representative.  We have a client in the Birmingham metro area that is looking for an outgoing personality to represent their brand during the holiday season.


Description: Showcase event promotions. Responsible for inventory and displays. Distribute promotional materials to consumers. Communicate and market client's products and services


Qualifications: Must be well-groomed.  Must be outgoing, energetic and able to work with the public. Must have excellent verbal communication skills.  Must have leadership skills. Retail sales experience is a plus. Must be able to read and comprehend sales reports. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment.  Excellent multi-tasking skills.  Must be able to work with minimal supervision. Must have the ability to work well with others to accomplish team goals. Possess good organizational skills. Must be detail oriented.  Willing to wear festive costumes.  Willingness to work nights and weekends.


Contact: Katrina Cade / Owner, Strategic-Partner / Pride Staff / 3659 Lorna Road, Suite 165, Hoover, Alabama 35216 / Main Office:  205-876-8844 / Fax:  205-449-6387 /



Health Advisor


Opportunity: Pack Health is a high-growth company building a new model of delivering health. This position must support the company’s entrepreneurial, member-focused culture, which, first and foremost, seeks to improve the public’s health. Secondarily, we value individuals who are confident, but humble, thirsty for knowledge, and constantly seeking to improve themselves.


Description: As a Health Advisor, your primary responsibility is to engage members enrolled in Pack Health to help them manage their health outside of a clinical visit. Health Advisors collaborate with patients, health care providers, and other resources to ensure members adhere to health care plans and proven evidence-based protocols to receive positive outcomes more often.  This is a unique position that requires a problem-solving nature, empathy for members, attention to detail and an organized mind.


Job duties: Improve member’s health literacy by thoroughly reviewing defined educational materials provided. Follow prescribed individualized adherence plan to help members better manage their condition by identifying and helping to eliminate barriers to care adherence i.e., costs, economic constraints. Coaches members and provides an empathetic, ‘blame-free’ environment to identify effective solutions to healthcare barriers.  Monitor data reported directly by members to anticipate outcomes.  Improve treatment outcomes through periodic calls, mailers and emails/text messages. Manage risk by encouraging members to seek additional, timely clinical care for clinical issues.


Work is primarily performed in an office setting. Member and healthcare provider interaction is predominantly over phone and computer. Work schedule is flexible but will require working one evening and require weekly management of members.


Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a healthcare related field, masters preferred.  Certification or working towards certification in the field of healthcare i.e., pharmacy technician, registered dietician etc. Valid driver’s license.  Health Advisors should have the following abilities: The ability to make quality and timely decisions. This includes analyzing relevant information, weighing consequences, and selecting the most appropriate course(s) of action.  The ability to be responsible and honest in all work tasks and responsibilities. The ability to respect people of all backgrounds. This includes treating everyone in a fair and consistent manner by maintaining a consistent and appropriate set of standards to guide behavior.  The ability to listen actively.


To Apply: Go to website at


Contact:  Barbara Schuler / Director of Patient Engagement / Pack Health / (205)-718-4509 /



Contact Center Banking Professional


Opportunity:  Seeking December Grads!  The Contact Center provides customer service to Regions customers who dial 1-800-Regions.  We look for individuals that have good customer service skills, strong work ethic, the ability to multi-task and most importantly the ability to sale as they will be required to meet sales goals as they refer Regions products and services to our customers.  This is a great entry level position for someone who would like to enter the banking industry.  It allows them to learn about our products, understand our customer’s  needs with opportunities to grow into more specialized roles within the contact center or other departments.


Description: we are currently seeking a Contact Center Representative I to work in our inbound call center. As the Contact Center Representative, you will respond to a high volume of inbound telephone inquiries about our financial products and/or banking services.


Primary Responsibilities:  Follow-through on customer inquiries, requests or complaints.  Resolve issues promptly.  Place follow-up telephone calls to customers as necessary. Attain aggressive sales goals by turning phone inquiries into sales opportunities by making an active attempt to cross sell the full range of bank products and services to meet clients needs.  Meet or exceed sales goals.  Use effective sales and telephone techniques to solidify and build client relationships.  Provide excellent customer service and provide answers to client questions within set standards.  Completes all required documentation to meet client needs.


Qualifications: College degree.  1 year of customer service and/or sales.  Proven customer service and sales ability. Excellent communication skills. PC knowledge. Intermediate typing skills. 


Salary:  $11.83/hour + incentive pay


Contact: Benjamin D. Bailey, Human Resources / Regions Bank / 205.560.7926 /



Marketing Coordinator (Part Time)


Opportunity: We are a Birmingham Homebuilder and we are looking for a part time Marketing Coordinator to work 20 to 30 hours per week.


Description:  This Marketing Coordinator position is a management level role responsible for the advertising, promotion and brand management of the Tower Development, Inc. real estate company. The professional we are looking for will serve our team as the point person for developing and implementing the company’s marketing endeavors.


Job Summary: Reports to the President of the company.  Coordinates and implements production of marketing and promotional materials.  Manages external agencies to develop effective, brand-consistent projects (oversees out-sourcing).  Compares services and negotiates with vendors to get the best value for marketing pieces.  Oversees company website maintenance.  Manages the company’s blog, social media and email campaigns.  Designs strategies to increase traffic and sales within Tower communities.  Works collaboratively with Sales Team to set each agent up for success in selling homes.


Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Marketing, Graphic Design, Communications or a related field.  Strong project management, organizational, and problem solving skills.  Strong attention to detail; Self-motivated.  Excellent written and verbal skills.  Ability to manage priorities and work flow.  Commitment to excellence and high standards.  Creative, flexible, and innovative team player.  Adept at using various technologies.


To Apply: Interested and qualified candidates, please send resume to at Tower Development, Inc.


Contact:  Haley Skipper, Marketing Director / Tower Development, Inc. / 2106 Devereux Circle, Birmingham, AL 35243  /  (Ph) 205.970.2363 /  (F) 205.970.2365  /  /



Part Time Receptionist


Opportunity: We are an investing consulting firm for not for profit entities and we am looking for a part-time person to relieve our receptionist during the middle of the day.  


Description: They would be answering the phone and maybe occasionally doing some copying, picking up mail from the post office or clerical type work.  The essential duty would be to cover the reception desk during lunch.  The phones are pretty quiet but if they ring, they have to be answered.  If a student was interested, they could study most days. 


Contact: Mary Anne Jackson-Pugh / Office Manager / Highland Associates, Inc. / 2545 Highland Avenue South, Suite 200, Birmingham, AL  35205 / Phone:  (205) 933-8664 /



Sales Representative I


Opportunity: Milo’s Tea is now hiring for a Sales Representative position. This position will be based in the Birmingham area while training. The employee is required to relocate to one of our territories within 41 states at/ or before one year.


Description:  Professionally represent Milo's Tea Company to all current or potential consumers or retailers.  Work with Retailers to profitably grow sales within assigned territory.  Increase product and brand awareness in market through grass roots marketing.  Communicate all market developments related to Milo’s Tea Company business.


Essential Duties: Travel as needed (approximately 50% overnight) throughout assigned territory to visit existing and prospective customers to grow sales in all channels. Work closely with Regional Sales Manager for direction of efforts to drive sales through consumer events or retail sales opportunities. Effectively work with Store Manager to Department Manager to maximize sales.  Provide an immediate response to customer inquiries and positive, courteous service to all customers.  Send product literature and other data to customers as required or requested.  Utilize any opportunity to inform and educate consumers about products and the Milo’s Tea Difference.  Seek to identify and communicate with the store decision maker or person with authority for product expansion opportunity in the store. Assist new and current customers as needed regarding proper product rotation, ordering,  delivery, and product promotion, which may include organizing demonstrations of product.  Work events to grow Brand Awareness and sales as requested or needed that may require overnight stay and weekend work.  Prepare reports of business transactions and keep expense accounts, which are turned in on a weekly basis, with appropriate documentation.  Enter requested data into Fast Rep on a daily basis to accurately, completely, and honestly document all sales visits, and other sales activity.  Actively enforce Milo's tea sales restrictions.  Have the flexibility to assist and support sales in other territories.  Assist in training broker or retailer personnel in Milo’s history, The Milo’s Tea Difference and sales opportunities.  With the assistance of Regional Manager or Territory Manager, create a development plan to gain increased responsibility as designated by territory and account needs. Solicit customer feedback to improve service.  Respond to requests for service and assistance. Follow through on commitments. 


Qualifications:  All applicants must have either a College Associate’s (A.A.) or Bachelor’s (B.A.) degree in Sales/Marketing or equivalent; or minimum of one to three experience in sales and marketing in the food and beverage industry; or equivalent combination of education and experience.


All applicants must be able to read and comprehend instructions, draft and respond to correspondence and memos.  Applicants must have the ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations, to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.  Speak clearly and persuasively in both positive and negative situations. Listen and obtain clarification.  Respond well to questions.  Demonstrate group presentation skills.  Write clearly and informatively. Balance team and individual responsibilities by using sound judgment of situations.  Communicate by giving and welcoming feedback both verbal and written.  Contribute to building a positive team spirit.  Put success of team above own interests.


Have the ability to physically travel to the stores for visits and meetings. Consistently report to work and on time when scheduled.  Ensure work responsibilities are covered when absent.  Participate in meetings.  Arrive at meetings and appointments on time.  Follow instructions and respond to management direction.  Complete tasks on time or notify appropriate person with an alternate plan.  To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Database software, Internet software and Microsoft Office products.  Other Skills and Abilities:  Good phone etiquette.  Effective Communicator.  Pleasant outgoing personality.  Excellent organization skills.


Contact:  Donna Hamrick, Corporate Recruiter / Milo’s Tea Company / 3112 Dublin Lane | Bessemer, AL 35022 / O: 205-424-4284 / D: 205-532-5161  /



Accounts Payable Specialist


Opportunity: Surgical Care Affiliates (S.C.A) was launched in 1982 and we operate 185 surgical facilities, including surgery centers, surgical hospitals, and hospital surgery departments, in 34 states. We employ approximately 5,000 teammates and more than 7,500 physicians perform procedures in SCA facilities each year. More than 2,000 of these physicians, along with 45+ leading health systems are partnered with us. S.C.A is invested in the success in changing the healthcare market place and improving service models by generating new approaches. The company’s mission is to care for patients, serve physicians, and improve healthcare in America. It achieves this mission by focusing on its core values of clinical quality, integrity, service excellence, teamwork, accountability and continuous improvement.


Description: Ensure prompt, efficient processing of Accounts Payable for SCA.  Verify and reconcile invoices; researching incorrect amounts with vendors & managers.  New vendor set up as needed.  Assist facilities with A/P issues.  Process, code and route invoices and vendor credits in accordance with company policies and internal controls. Resolve issues with problem invoices and/or vendors in a timely manner.  File records.


Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent.  2 + years experience in high-volume accounts payable environment required.   PeopleSoft experience is preferred.  Basic understanding of accounting principles, including debits/credits, standard account reconciliations and journal entries.  Ability to manage time in a deadline-oriented environment and perform a high volume of methodical and detailed work with speed and accuracy.  Ability to interact in a positive manner and to communicate well with co-workers, supervisor and facility employees.  Must be able to handle multiple tasks while setting priorities and working independently.  Ability to enter data into computer accurately, file large amounts of paper, and properly use office equipment.  Ability to handle confidential information


Contact: Kristin Johnson / Talent Acquisition Coordinator / Surgical Care Affiliates  /  /  262-754-5379  /



Market Accountant


Opportunity: Surgical Care Affiliates (S.C.A) was launched in 1982 and we operate 185 surgical facilities, including surgery centers, surgical hospitals, and hospital surgery departments, in 34 states. We employ approximately 5,000 teammates and more than 7,500 physicians perform procedures in SCA facilities each year. More than 2,000 of these physicians, along with 45+ leading health systems are partnered with us. S.C.A is invested in the success in changing the healthcare market place and improving service models by generating new approaches. The company’s mission is to care for patients, serve physicians, and improve healthcare in America. It achieves this mission by focusing on its core values of clinical quality, integrity, service excellence, teamwork, accountability and continuous improvement.


Description: Perform substantive analytical review of financial statements, with the goal of becoming an expert on facility financial operations.  Communicate with facility on monthly financial results and answer questions about said results as necessary.  Perform various facility-related accounting activities within prescribed time schedules and guidelines.  Perform month end close procedures including preparing and recording manual and recurring journal entries.  Maintain general ledger and chart of accounts to ensure accuracy and reliability.  Prepare and resolve outstanding issues on account reconciliations and perform account analysis.  Develop and maintain solid working relationships with assigned facilities and team members.  Analyze monthly and Quarterly Cash Flow of assigned Facilities and prepare related partnership Distributions.  Understand and maintain strict adherence to internal controls over financial reporting.


Qualifications: BS in Accounting required.  Strong quantitative, analytical, and statistical skills.  Strong interpersonal, teamwork, organizational and time management skills.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to interact with all levels of management and facility personnel.  Candidate should possess the ability to work in a changing, fast paced environment while displaying strong teamwork and communication skills. Candidate must be able to work independently and efficiently, with acute attention to details and deadlines. Candidate must demonstrate teamwork and partnership across multiple different lanes and have the ability to interact professionally with Company officers and directors.


Contact: Kristin Johnson / Talent Acquisition Coordinator / Surgical Care Affiliates  /  / 262-754-5379  /





The Home Depot Distribution Center is having a huge “Hiring Event” on December 5th and January 9th. We are hiring for both FT and PT positions with a starting pay of$12.50 an hour.  Candidates must apply online and can follow these directions:


Log into:

Select Job Type: Distribution Center Hourly

Select State: Alabama

Hit “GO”

Click on “Warehouse”

Click on “Apply to Job”

Create a login

Enter your information

Don’t forget to complete the assessment at the end of the application.


Contact: Preston T. Combellick / DC Staffing Specialist / The Home Depot / 6400 Jefferson Metro Pkwy McCalla, AL 35111 / / P: (205) 230-4030 x418 / Fax: (205) 230-4105



Marketing Internship


Opportunity: High Cotton is seeking a Marketing Intern for January-May.  High Cotton is a leading document outsourcing company specializing in providing financial services and healthcare institutions the design, production and delivery of customer critical documents via print mail and electronic delivery.


Description: Manage the coordination and implementation of all marketing materials and activities.  Responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing exhibition at industry tradeshows.  Create and send email blasts to client database.  Responsible for website upkeep, including implementing SEO strategies.  Review and analyze marketing campaigns for efficiency and make changes as needed.  Work closely with upper management, provide weekly reports, and maintain Marketing budget.  Create and modify samples for sales team using InDesign, Photoshop, and Publisher.  Develop presentation materials.


Qualifications: Proficiency in InDesign, Photoshop, Microsoft Publisher, WordPress, and Microsoft Office is a plus.  Excellent communication and presentation skills.  Strong attention to detail and highly organized.


Notes: The position would start January 4, 2016, with a tentative end date at the beginning of May.  Hours are Mon, Wed, Fri 12-4 or 5, depending on need.  12-15 hours per week.  The pay is $12/hour. 


Contact: Sarah Sullivan Johnson, Marketing Coordinator / High Cotton / 2901 Alton Way, Birmingham, AL 35210 / P.O. Box 101568, Birmingham, AL 35210-6568 / 205.838.2822 / Fax: 205.836.5587 / Email: / Website:



Field Sales Rep


Opportunity: Fontaine Parts Connection is seeking candidates for a Field Sales Rep.  the position reports to the Sales and Marketing Manager. Fontaine Parts Connection is the aftermarket business unit for Fontaine Fifth Wheel.  We are also part of Marmon Group, headquartered in Chicago, IL, which is owned by Berkshire Hathaway.  As a part of a larger group, Marmon offers financial stability and excellent advancement opportunities.   


Description: The purpose of this job is to maintain the Fontaine Parts Connection brand by onsite visits and trade show attendance.  The Field Sales staff will work with a standard checklist to guide the content of visits to truck dealers and parts distributors in the US.  Field sales is also responsible for providing parts training and new product information to truck dealers and parts distributors in the US.  Assist in management of customer relations through support with visits, training and sales efforts.  Prioritize growth opportunities.  Responsible to stay within travel and promotional budget. 


Qualifications: The minimum education requirements for this position are a BS/BA in Business Management, Marketing or related discipline.


Contact: Todd Shelton / President / Fontaine Parts Connection / 205.661.4912 /  /



Marketing Internship


Opportunity: Summer Classics (Gabby Home and Parker James Home) is offering a Marketing Internship opportunity.  We are looking for a regular part-time internship candidate. We are a $100 million home furnishings and décor company located in Pelham, AL.  We have been tasked with building the company’s first consolidated marketing department. We have grown quickly and demand is very high.


Description: We are looking for a serious candidate who can quickly gain real world experience in our state of the art marketing department. The successful candidate will be working primarily in digital media with opportunities to work with direct marketing products, sales support and public relations.  The right fit could easily be placed full-time upon graduation.


Contact: Mark Griggs / Vice President Marketing / Summer Classics / 3140 Pelham Parkway, Pelham, AL 35124 / (205) 358-9444 /  /  /  /



Part Time Job


Copy & Photo Cafe is opening in the next 7 to 10 days and is seeking responsible and qualified part time help.  We are a print and copy center in Cahaba Heights that offers photo restoration and a light cafe menu.


We are offering $9 an hour for 20 - 30 hours a week. We are open from 7 AM - 6 P, Monday through Friday.  We are happy to offer a flexible schedule


Those with an interest in marketing, graphic design & printing are welcome!


Contact: Dan Little / Copy & Photo Cafe / 3950 Autumn Ln, Vestavia Hills AL 35243 / 205.822.7676 /



Part Time Job


Opportunity: McCorquodale Transfer is a household and office relocation company that provides specialized moving and storage services for business and families. Our customers are loyal to our good name and quality work.  We have 10 positions open.


Description: Moving and transporting fine antiques.


Qualifications: The job is great for individuals who work well with others, move with a sense of purpose, and can handle the rigors of moving fine antiques with finesse.  We ask that those applying meet the fundamental expectations: High Character, Commitment To Excellence, Physical Drive, Articulate, Team Player.


Contact: Seneca Reid / McCorquodale Transfer, Inc. / Office: 205-870-7474 / Office: 205-969-0113 / /  /





Summer Internship in Washington DC


Opportunity: The Washington Semester Summer Internship Program offers students the opportunity to develop hands-on skills while interning for nine weeks in Washington DC with a professional organization and augment their hands-on experience by attending a seminar once a week in their field of study.  Join us this summer for the Washington Semester Summer Internship Program, a unique academic and experiential learning opportunity that provides students the skills and knowledge to become active and immediate participants in a competitive job market.


Learn at American University:  Our innovative classes, expert instruction, guest speakers, site visits, and immersive assignments enable you to learn about professional and personal opportunities that have shaped the careers of our graduates for over 60 years. Learn from AU professors along with prominent experts and leaders in government, international affairs, non-profit and media organizations. Visit key organizations and experience international culture in Washington D.C. Discuss current events in active-learning style classes with students from all over the country. Witness first-hand how non-profits, businesses, government agencies and international organizations turn theory into practice.


Work in Washington DC:  Become career-ready by interning in D.C. Through your internship, you will gain practical knowledge in your field and gain valuable, hands-on experience to help you stand out in today’s job market. Our staff provides expert advice on acquiring an internship before your arrival. Return to your home institution with new and valuable connections to professionals in your field, a stronger résumé enhanced with real-world experience, and academic credit toward your undergraduate degree.


Enjoy a world-class city:  With its history and culture, D.C. is a learning laboratory unto itself. Nearly 30% of the area’s population is composed of people age 20-34, making the District buzz with youthful energy and excitement. Boasting a thriving arts scene, international diversity, plus numerous monuments and museums, Forbes ranked D.C. #1 in their 2014 list of America’s coolest cities.


Summer Seminar Topics:  Professional Development in DC  /  Service Through Leadership  /  Race to the Presidency


Tuition: 3 credits / $4251.   6 credits / $8502.

Housing: Single occupancy / $390.   Double occupancy / $325.

Additional expenses: Meals, insurance, transportation


To Apply: Go to website…



Jan 14 – Priority deadline (for scholarships)

Apr 29 – Final deadline

June 5 – Students move in

June 6 – Orientation

June 7 – Last day to withdraw

June 9 – Internship begins

July 4 – Holiday

July 29 – Internship ends


Contact:  Dr. Robin Lee /  Assistant Dean / Washington Semester Program / School of Professional & Extended Studies  /  American University  /  4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC 20016  /  202-895-4933 /



Software Engineer


Opportunity: Earth Resources Technology (ERT) is a Federal Contractor based in Laurel, Maryland.  We have recently won a contract in Tuscaloosa, AL supporting the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Water Center (NWC).  We are currently trying to fill two Software Engineer (Science Systems) positions.  This is a full-time benefited position.


Description: Will support the National Water Center (NWC) to transfer scientific advances into operational software, from prototype, integration, to fully operational. Will perform software requirements analysis, preliminary and detailed designs, implementation, testing, documentation, and troubleshooting. Will work very closely with Government employees including scientists, software and data architects and engineers, and IT technologists on various projects.  Will primarily work in a RedHat Enterprise Linux environment and with a PostgreSQL relational database. Several applications are designed to take advantage of parallel and distributed processing environments using multi-threaded algorithms, shared memory, and MPI. Distributed processing systems include homogeneous s HPC clusters. Additionally, some applications arc web-specific and include server-side and client- side programming for web services using REST, AJAX , and WebSockets. Existing software is coded in C, Java, C++, Fortran, Python, php, JavaScript, Linux shell script s, and/or XML.


Qualifications: 2 - 6 years of experience with full-life-cycle software development in designing and/or developing scientific applications. Requires experience with Linux distribution using Linux; SQL 2003; and Object-Oriented Programming (OOP). Must have experience with some combination of the following: Fortran; C++; php; Python; JavaScript; HTML, JSON, XML, OpenMP, and UML. Requires good written and verbal communication skills. Must work well in a team environment. Some experience and knowledge of High Performance Computing (HPC) environments using parallelized code, preferred. Must be able to pass a background investigation to obtain a security badge to enter the applicable government facility.  Education: BS in science or engineering, computer science, related discipline, or equivalent.


To Apply: Submit resume to ERT’s Career Opportunities Webpage at:


Contact:  Ryan Glover / HR Generalist / ERT, Inc. /  14401 Sweitzer Lane, Suite 300, Laurel, MD 20707  /  Office: 301-323-1422 / Fax: 301-361-0645  /



Ophthalmic Assistant


Opportunity: Day Eye Care is seeking a full time Ophthalmic Assistant.

Description: We will train the candidate to assist the Optometrist in patient care such as eye examinations, special testing, disease management (cataracts and glaucoma for example), dispensing eye wear and contact lenses.  Health Professional majors are preferred.


Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have a passion for customer service, excellent time management skills and be detail oriented.

Note: Day Eye Care is a busy, growing and fast paced office. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm.

Contact: Howard R. Day, OD / Day Eye Care /  /



Public Affairs Internship


Opportunity: NASA's Pathways Intern Employment Program (Public Affairs).  Vacancy Announcement No. SS16I0002.


Department:  National Aeronautics & Space Administration John C. Stennis Space Center, located in South Mississippi


Qualifications: U.S. citizens who are enrolled or accepted for enrollment on at least a half-time basis in accredited educational institutions.


Notes: Salary range is from $31,944.00 to $46,294.00 per year.   Open period is October 27-30, 2015.   Series & Grade is GS-1099-5/6.


To Apply: Go to USA Jobs Website…


Contact:  Anita Douglas / NASA Pathways /



Customer Service Rep


Opportunity: Tyler Rutledge, State Farm Agent in Chelsea Alabama, is seeking candidates for a Customer Service Representative.


Description: This job is the perfect fit if you are looking to deal directly with customers. This job would require an individual to build mutually beneficial relationships with our customers as well as prospects. In doing so, this individual will be given tasks such as running beginning of day reports to onboarding new customers, and following up on billing inquiries for existing customers. This person also serves as an assistant for the head agent.


Qualifications: Team member will have to successfully complete the property and casualty licensing exam for the State of Alabama insurance department. The exam costs will be reimbursed to the team member upon completion of 90 days in the office.


Contact: Tyler Rutledge / State Farm Agent / 16054 HWY 280, Ste 1600, Chelsea, AL 35043 / 205-678-3334  /  /



Inside Sales Rep


Opportunity: Businesses that partner with Atlas RFID Store vary in all manner of shapes, sizes, and market caps, and no one solution works for all. After we teach you the principles of RFID, your knowledge combined with your communication skills and consultative abilities shapes how new and existing business grows. You leverage your entrepreneurial drive to educate and persuade new customers to harness the power of RFID technologies. Using your influencing and relationship-building skills, you provide superior client service, research, and advice. You anticipate client objections, foresee project obstacles, and uncover the business needs of clients. Working with them, you provide key product recommendations that fulfill the business goals of clients.


Description: As Inside Sales Representative, your responsibilities include growing trusted relationships with prospective customers, existing clients, and our vendors. You anticipate business challenges and proactively implement solutions. Once you complete our RFID training, you will stay informed of industry innovations.


Responsibilities include: Qualify new opportunities.  Consult with prospective customers and close sales.  Manage trusted relationships with current clients and understand their long-term business needs.  Add value to client projects by providing product recommendations.  Grow existing book of business with current clients.  Coordinate with vendors to provide timely solutions for clients.  Become a subject matter expert on RFID.  Provide tactical and strategic value to the overall business.


Qualifications: Pursuing a BA/BS Degree or previous practical experience.  Possess proper email & phone etiquette.  Effective communicator 


Preferred Requirements: BA/BS Degree.  Experience with B2B sales and CRM systems.  Familiarity with the consultative sales process.


Benefits:  Health & Dental Insurance Premiums 100% paid by company.  Performance Incentives.  Vision, Life, and Disability plans available.  401(k) with company match.  Professional Development allowance.  Holidays & Paid Time Off.


Salary Range: $35,000 - $42,000


Notes: Atlas RFID Store operates as a B2B ecommerce retailer and distributor in the fast growing RFID industry. Atlas RFID Store is a division of Atlas RFID Solutions, one of the fastest growing, privately owned companies in the U.S. and ranked in the INC 5000. As such, Atlas RFID Store enjoys the benefits of a burgeoning startup while operating within a well-established organization. The Atlas RFID Store team comprises of a small, yet multi-faceted and cross-departmental team that works closely on a daily basis—a perfect opportunity for new graduates to experience the daily operation of a fast growing company.


Contact:  James Thrasher / Atlas RFID Store / (205) 363-0114 / /   /



Event Staff Associate


Job opportunity for Biology Students working for a company that is a full service event marketing company that produces and  promotes on-campus, life science research tradeshows nationwide.  The company will be hosting an event on November 12th in downtown Birmingham. 


No of Openings: 6

Work Schedule: 6:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Wage/Salary: $11/hr

Employment Dates: Nov 11-12


Description:  We are seeking several sharp, responsible, professional, energetic and outgoing people to assist our client with a Biotechnology fair event that will be taking place in downtown Birmingham. Selected associates will be performing various basic duties necessary for the set up and operation of the exhibit, but will also engage with guests attending the event. A fantastic opportunity to meet researchers and connect with industry professionals!


Qualifications: Must have the ability to stand for extended periods of time and/ or move quickly to different areas of the site. Must be able to lift and carry up to 35 pounds.


To Apply: Go to the Adecco website at and submit an application for our Birmingham location, then call our office at (205) 985-3123 once you complete the application or if you have any questions.


Contact: Sie Clay / Adecco / 205-985-3123 /





Opportunity: Neighborhood Academy is a relatively new local non-profit that works with 5th and 6th grade boys and girls in the Birmingham City School System. We are seeking Teachers to help students in subjects like math, reading, public speaking and geography.


Description: Neighborhood Academy has a twin focus on academic and life skill development. The sport of lacrosse helps us reach out to our youth. Our students will learn that a strong academic background is a requirement needed, not only to succeed in this world, but to make it a better place. In addition, we teach our students to speak with great poise and confidence.

Lacrosse equipment is provided. Neighborhood Academy is free.


Our mission is to develop middle school aged boys and girls, who are being raised in underserved neighborhoods of Birmingham, Alabama, into model citizens. In the classroom, our students will… Improve math skills, Improve reading skills, Become a better public speaker, Learn how to cook, Learn the basics of small engine repair, Meet local professionals and learn about their careers, Learn US & World Geography.  On the lacrosse field, we will…  Encourage personal fitness, Develop strong values for sportsmanship & teamwork.


Qualifications: Passion for Kids, Reliable, Have Transportation.


When: Fall and Spring - After school 3:30-5:00 PM. Summer - 10 AM-3 PM

Locations: Ensley Park & Recreation Center, Fountain Heights Park & Recreation Center, YMCA Youth Center (downtown Birmingham)

Pay: $11 per hour


Contact: Tom Lewis / Founder & Director / Neighborhood Academy, Inc. / 205.229.2954 /



Contract Specialist


Opportunity: The US Army Contracting Command (ACC), located at Redstone Arsenal, has several developmental contracting positions that we will be recruiting for within the next week.  We have about 100 Contracting positions that we are looking to fill within the next 3 months.  The positions are for developmental Contract Specialist (Recent Graduate), GS-1102-7 target 11.  


Qualifications: The ideal candidate with have a bachelor's or master's degree in business.  We also need them to have strong skills in Microsoft Excel, math to include quantitative analysis, as well as, written and verbal communication. 


To Apply:  Go to  The job announcement will open on 26 October 2015 and close around 30 October 2015.  The announcement number is SCBK150190681493709P.  Potential candidates should establish an account on the USAJOBS website and create a resume and upload a copy of their transcripts prior to the announcement.  The applicants must ensure that the transcript is legible and reflects the overall GPA.


Contact: Latisha Malone / Career Management Specialist / U.S. Army Contracting Command / Redstone Arsenal / Business Management Directorate-Resources / Bldg 5303, Sparkman Complex, Room 3334, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5000 / Comm: 256-842-7224/DSN: 788-7224 / Fax:   256-842-2621 / Email:



Brand Ambassadors / Part Time Jobs




Brand Ambassadors Needed!  Make $15-$25/hr!  Will Train!


We're looking to hire Brand Ambassadors for a long-term promotional campaign with a cell phone company in Birmingham.  No sales involved.  We will train high energy individuals who are eager to work and represent the brand.


To Apply: Please respond to:


Visit our website:  Click on:  Join Our Team.


Contact: Jetaun L. Johnson / Director of Recruiting / A La Carte Marketing / / (770) 638-7133 fax



Fulltime English Teachers


Opportunity: Dalian Polytechnic University (and the American-Sino Educational & Cultural Communications Center), in Dalian, China, is seeking qualified candidates for fulltime English Teacher positions from November 2015 to November 2016.


Description: Teaching English language classes to Chinese elementary and middle school aged students (3-12 years old) in China.  The work schedule is Monday-Friday afternoon and Saturday morning and afternoon.  The work week consists of 15-20 hours of classroom time.  No office hours.  3-12 students per class.  30-40 minute class periods.


Benefits: Salary starts at 10,000 RMB (Yuan) per month (120,000 RMB per year), which converts to $18,900 USD per year.  In China, you can live very very comfortably at this salary level. Bonuses for dedicated teachers.  Working visas.  11 paid days of national holidays.  Medical insurance.  Will discuss housing.


Qualifications: Native English speaker.  Bachelor degree.  Experience with teaching and working with children.  22-45 years old.


Contact: Michelle Ivey / Associate Professor, Dalian Polytechnic University / Coordinator, American-Sino Educational & Cultural Communications Center / Dalian, China / Tel USA 205-441-5875  /



Business Consultants


1 / Opportunity: Entry Level Quant Risk Analyst


Description: Our consultants have the opportunity to develop personally and professionally integrating in teams in projects relating to Risk Management and Control. Predictive modeling of commercial and credit events using multivariate techniques (cluster analysis, linear regression, logistic regression, ordered probit). Modeling of temporary events (time series, ARIMA models). Development of simulation models (Monte Carlo). Review and validation of rating and scoring models, RAROC and risk parameters. Use of mathematical and statistical software (SAS, SPSS, Clementine, Matlab). Support the business math: Development of algorithms, Statistics and Probability.  Statistical treatment of data (data mining). R & D Projects.


Qualifications:  Recent graduate with a GPA of at least 3.0 in Mathematics / Physics / Statistics / Industrial Engineering. M.Sc. in Data Science or related is an asset.  Knowledge of SAS, S, Python and/or SQL programming.  Machine learning and statistical modelling skills: logit, GLM, time series models, decision trees, clustering, random forests, neural networks, etc.  Strong writing and communication skills.  Ability to analyze, organize and solve problems. Willing to travel.


Desired Skills: Foreign languages (especially, Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese and/or German). Knowledge of big data platforms or tools (Hadoop, MongoDB, Cassandra, Pig, Hive, etc.).  Postgraduate studies or specialized courses are an asset. Knowledge of the Financial sector.  Proficiency in the use of MS Office applications.


2 / Opportunity: Entry Level IT Business Analyst


Description: Design and development of business solutions.  Systems integration, information systems management, implementation of special tools, application development and systems strategy. Evaluation and analysis of the impact of system implementation projects. Strategic analysis regarding internal organization and governance of financial entities. Analysis, design, and implementation of actions or procedures to minimize impacts of coexistence periods in the framework of implementation projects. Collection and organization of user requirements prior to tailoring treasury or investment banking systems, including front office trading platforms, middle office tools, datamart reporting systems, back office systems, credit and market risk systems, etc.


Qualifications: Recent graduate at Bachelor or Master level with a GPA of at least a 3.0 in Computer Science, Engineering Management Systems or the like. Mature and hard working. Strong writing and communication skills.  Integrates easily into multidisciplinary teams. Willing to travel.


Desired skills: Foreign languages (especially, Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese and/or German).  Postgraduate studies or specialized courses are an asset.  Interest/experience in the financial industry.  Proficiency in the use of MS Office applications.


3 / Opportunity: Entry Level Business Analyst


Description: Our consultants have the opportunity to develop personally and professionally integrating in teams in projects relating to Strategy, Sales and Marketing Management, Risk Management and Control, Management and Financial Information, Organization and Processes, Applied technology.


Qualifications: Recent graduate or Senior year students with a GPA of at least 3.0 in Finance / Economics / Business / Management Information Systems / Mathematics / Statistics/ Engineering Management Systems/ Financial Engineering/ Industrial Engineering/Operations Research/ Computer Science. Strong writing and communication skills. Ability to analyze, organize and solve problems. Willing to travel.


Desired Skills: Foreign languages (especially, Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese and/or German). Postgraduate studies or specialized courses are an asset. Proficiency in the use of MS Office applications.


General Notes:


We seek people with a robust academic track record who thrive on hard work and desire to excel and learn constantly; people who are dynamic, mature, dependable, and who integrate easily into multidisciplinary teams.  We offer an opportunity to work on the most significant consulting projects in the industry … for the largest companies, the leaders of their respective markets… side by side with the top management of these companies as they face national and international challenges … with an extraordinary team of professionals whose corporate values and culture constitute a benchmark for the industry.


The development of our professional career is based exclusively on the personal performance of each of our consultants. In our firm, there are no limits or barriers to professional development. We have established an annual evaluation system based solely on objective criteria, which enables us to determine the performance and skills or our employees in a completely transparent way.  ManagementSolutions attaches special importance to the training plan of its people. Our consultants have numerous training opportunities throughout their professional career. Through our training courses (official programs for each professional category and specific skill development symposiums) we provide the best opportunities for widening knowledge while combining efficiency, speed and a tailored fit to our work schedules.


ManagementSolutions is an equal opportunity employer. We value the diversity of our team members.


To Apply: If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please send cover letter, résumé and unofficial university transcripts to:


About Us: ManagementSolutions is a leading business consulting firm whose core mission is to deliver business, risk, financial, organizational and process-related advisory services, targeted at both functional aspects and the implementation of related technologies, focusing mainly on financial services and on the energy and telecommunications industries. ManagementSolutions has more than 1800 professionals working in offices in the United States, Spain, the UK, Germany, Poland, Switzerland, Italy, Portugal, China, and the most representative countries in Latin America.


Contact: Valeria García Giugni / Management Solutions / /



Marketing Internship


Opportunity: SerQuest is offering a Marketing Internship to develop small communities of people to communicate with each other about job, project, and volunteer opportunities.


SerQuest is an online platform designed specifically for non-profit groups like schools, churches, and humanitarian organizations.  The site is designed to allow individuals, organizations, and informal groups to communicate with one another about needs and those who can help fill those needs without requiring administrative interaction.  Our goal is to help non-profit groups create deeper relationships between their members and program participants.  The site is free to use and allows individuals or businesses to offer services to the general public or just specifically within private or public groups.


Description: Identify and find organizations most likely to benefit from and use Serquest.  Identify and find the people within these organizations that will serve as advocates for Serquest.  Create initiatives within these organizations to encourage members to use Serquest.


Duties: Introduce our platform to businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals.  Set up meetings with Non-profit groups, (churches, humanitarian groups, professional organizations) to explain benefits of online platform to group members, administration, and program participants. Help group implement Serquest to improve existing fundraising program, communication among members, and opportunities for members to use services of other members. Develop marketing campaigns for specific groups to motivate group members to use platform, with prizes, matching funding for programs, or other methods. Report customer feedback and provide ideas for improving product for customers.


Contact: Henry Hammond Cobb IV, CPA / Chairman of Henry Cobb Jr Foundation / SerQuest / 3283 Malcolm Dr.Montgomery, AL 36116 / P (334) 356-1111 / Email:



Communications Director


Opportunity: Avondale United Methodist church seeks a part-time (8-10 hours per week) Communications Director to provide print and digital publication layout and online communication support for the church’s internal and external communications so that the church’s constituents are able to connect through the various ministries of the church. Most of the responsibilities for this position can be completed remotely. Salary Range: $12-15/hour (commensurate with experience and hours).


Description: The Communications Director will work collaboratively with the pastor, staff, and ministry team leaders to fulfill his/her purpose through the creation of print and electronic media that communicates the mission, vision, and programs of the church to its members, guests, and neighbors. Areas of focus will include print layout for newsletters, flyers, and worship materials; online content management and updates including website, social media, and e-mail; coordination of other media specialists (graphic designers, web designers, etc.); limited copy writing as necessary to support the position’s basic responsibilities; and advising ministry team leaders and staff regarding best practices in communication.


Qualifications: Communication project management experience in planning, execution, and budgetary control; graphic design and layout experience and proficiency with necessary software and tools, e.g., Adobe CS or comparable professional software; experience using e-mail list management tools such as MailChimp or Constant Contact; experience in web, social media, electronic, and digital marketing; experience in web content management and communication using WordPress and related tools; strategic thinking with intense attention to detail, both in copy and project management; excellent written and oral English communications skills, which includes a command of grammar, spelling, and vocabulary for fluent reading, writing, and speaking; and a familiarity with the Christian church and a willingness to learn about the unique practices, vision, and priorities of the Avondale United Methodist Church and its ministry context.


Notes: Avondale United Methodist Church is a welcoming congregation in the heart of Birmingham’s thriving South Avondale community. The church has been a vital part of the community for over 127 years as a place where people can connect with God, with each other, and with their neighbors. We believe that God is calling us and our community to an even brighter future, and we are excited to be an instrument and witness to what God is doing among the neighborhoods of East Birmingham.  United Methodists come in all sizes, shapes, colors, dispositions, outlooks and life stories, but they share a unique faith perspective: God is at work in the world to bring about healing, wholeness, and renewed life and invites all people to experience these realities regardless of their background. Therefore, we strive to embrace with genuine hospitality all whom we encounter and we extend compassion, love, and fellowship to all within our reach. United Methodists also believe that God invites us to share in God’s mission in the world as we actively follow in the footsteps of Jesus, which means that as Christians we are not passive spectators, but rather energetic participants in ministry and mission.


To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to the search committee using one of the following methods (e-mail or fax preferred). Review of applications will begin on October 23, 2015.   E-Mail:    HR Fax: 205-259-7986.   Mail: Avondale United Methodist Church Attn: SPRC 500 South 40th Street, Birmingham, Alabama 35222


Contact:  Brandon Harris / Pastor / Avondale United Methodist Church / 500 40th Street South, Birmingham, Alabama 35222-3310  / /  (office) 205/592.3739 / (fax) 205/592.3745



Holiday Hiring Day


The Gap Inc. is excited to announce that this holiday season we will hire thousands of seasonal employees in North America across our brands. In fact, many of our current leaders started out as seasonal sales associates.   Seasonal retail jobs provide a unique opportunity to develop transferable professional and personal capabilities – from interpersonal skills and time management to problem-solving and thinking on your feet all within a short period of time. It is also a great opportunity to test drive a company to explore fit and could lead to future career opportunities.  We would like to invite students to our Holiday Hiring Day on October 17th from 9:00am – 2:00pm at The Gap Store at the Summit.


Contact:  Victoria Eligwe / Assistant General Manager  /  Gap Store No. 5004 / The Summit  /  240 Summit Boulevard, Birmingham, AL 35243  /  (205) 298-0363  /



Accounting Internship


Opportunity: Accounting Internship with POSCO-AAPC in McCalla, AL.


Description: POSCO-AAPC, LLC is currently recruiting students in an accounting program who are interested in internship opportunities. This is a part-time position not to exceed more than 6 months of employments and works an average of 20 hours per week.


Responsibilities: Intern student duties with POSCO-AAPC include: handle various types of reporting with Accounting; analyze various balance sheet accounts including cash accounts; assisted with special projects as needed.


Qualifications: Junior or Senior level student majoring in Accounting. 3.0 Minimum Cumulative GPA.  Candidates should possess computer skills including experience in Excel and working with spreadsheets, good communication skills, and a willingness to handle responsibility. 


Notes:  This is a paid Internship position, $7.25 hr. - $7.50 hr. We are hoping to have someone in place by 10/26/2015.


To Apply: Email resume and proof of enrollment to


Contact: Melody McGinnis / POSCO-AAPC, LLC / Human Resources Generalist / 6500 Jefferson Metro Parkway, McCalla, AL  35111  /  205 -277-2172 (direct)  / 205-477-8240 (fax)  /



Manager Trainees / Front Desk Agents / More


Opportunity:Drury Inn and Suites (Off of Grandview Parkway)is currently in need of bright, eager, and reliable students that are interested in a great opportunity to work within the hospitality industry. We are currently looking for Front Desk Agents as well as members to help with our F&B department as well. Additionally, at Drury we have what we call our MIT program, or Manager in Training program. It is because of this amazing program that I am here today doing what I do. Our MIT program is a 4 month paid internship where students will get to know everything there is to know about running a hotel. Some of the rotations within the MIT program that are covered are front desk shifts, maintenance, F&B, housekeeping, and Manager On Duty shifts.  If you are looking for either a great internship, or a fabulous career opportunity, or just have any questions, please contact  us!


To Apply: You can forward your resume by email or apply online at


Contact: Steven Mendelson / Assitant General Manager / Drury Inn & Suites / Birmingham SE / P. 205.967.2450 / F. 1-866-249-0164 /



Seasonal Environmental Educator


Opportunity:  The Cahaba Environmental Center, at Living River, an environmental learning center outside of Montevallo, AL, is now hiring a Seasonal Environmental Educator


Description:  Join us in making history! Be a part of the first spring season educator team at the Cahaba Environmental Center! We are looking for enthusiastic and qualified individuals to be a part of our first spring season!  The Cahaba Environmental Center (CEC) is a new residential environmental education center managed byMcDowell Environmental Center. We are located at Living River, a 440-acre property along the Cahaba River. The Cahaba River is Alabama’s longest free-flowing river and one of the most biologically diverse rivers in the United States. At the Cahaba Environmental Center, school groups (primarily grades 4-7) spend 3-5 days on our site exploring the natural and cultural history of Alabama through collaborative, hands-on, and inquiry-based teaching methods.


Description:  As a CEC environmental educator, you have the opportunity to share the wonders of the natural world and create a sense of community with our participants! A CEC educator fosters a fun and safe learning environment for students and facilitates hands-on activities about topics such as forest and stream ecology, Native American cultures, and geologic processes. Our educators also lead evening programs including campfires and night hikes. During our pilot season, there will be opportunity to take on independent projects that match educator talents and interests and support our educational program!


Qualifications: A CEC educator should demonstrate creativity, enthusiasm, maturity, initiative, a sense of humor, flexibility and team spirit! They must also show a passion for learning and teaching about the natural world and human cultural history. Applicants should hold a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Education, or related field. Preference will be given to those with prior experience in environmental education.


Notes: Compensation includes $275 per week and room and board. CEC staff will live in shared housing. Each educator will have his or her own bedroom. The Cahaba staff house will have a community living space, laundry facilitates, and a kitchen.


To Apply: A detailed job description is available upon request. To apply, please email your cover letter, resume, and three references to Director Kim Hall at


Contact: Lindsay Fiskars Cutting / Education Manager / Cahaba Environmental Center at Living River / / / (205) 208-0035



Customer Service Positions


Opportunity: Taco Mama, Crestline Village location, is looking for new members to add to our team.


Description: They will help in the areas of taking orders on a POS computer system, delivering food, bussing tables and being an overall team player.


Qualifications: They should be very happy and lively, while upholding the level of hospitality we expect by putting the guest’s needs and wants first.


Contact: Alex Reinhart / Taco Mama /





Human Resources Intern


Opportunity: The Coca-Cola Bottling Company in Birmingham, AL is now hiring for a Human Resources Intern.


Description: The Human Resources Intern will be a hands-on representative of the HR Department whose main focus is to help facilitate all basic HR functions. Provides support to the HR Department by compiling and maintaining personnel records, benefit data and other personnel related information and communicating this information to the appropriate parties.


Responsibilities:  Updates employee files to document personnel actions and to provide information as requested.  Compiles reports on personnel information.  Compiles data from personnel records, software system, and other areas and prepares reports.  Maintains employee files and the HR filing system.  Assists employees with all HR requests and needs.  Assists the HR department in the day-to-day efficient operation of the HR Department.


Qualifications:  Associates degree or equivalent from two-year College or technical school or 1-2 years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Knowledge and experience working with SAP/payroll systems, HRIS, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Visio preferred.  Exceptional organizational and administrative skill.  Must be able to multi-task and maintain a high level of confidentiality and professionalism.  Must be detail oriented, neat and professional in appearance, and able to communicate well.  Must have a positive attitude toward our company and products.


To Apply: Please forward your resume to


Contact: Taraysa Smith, Employee Relations Manager/ Coca-Cola Bottling Company United / North Alabama Division / 4600 East Lake Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35217 / Work:  205-849-3284 Ext:23284 /



Art/Editorial Internship


Opportunity: After graduation, I went to the Summer Publishing Institute at NYU. My group won the magazine competition and have since started our own online magazine, ANNA Magazine, LLC. We've been blown away at the positive reception so far, and are happily at the point that we need interns. So crazy!


Description: I wanted to reach out and see if you knew any students who might be interested in an internship? The internships are in art and editorial. We're asking 8-10 hours a week, so it's really very minimal. Of course, it someone wanted class credit or needed more internship hours, we would be more than happy to work with them.  As far as the actual internship goes, they would be doing the majority of the work online, so they could do that from school. We'd only need the editorial intern to do in person office hours one day a week, since I'm the only one here in Birmingham. If they're interested in the art internship, they'd be doing all of it remotely, as our art director is in NYC.


Here's the link to our brief description of the roles:


Contact: Lauren Moriarty / Editor / Anna Magazine /



American Education & Culture Ambassador Program (Internship)


Opportunity: The American Education and Culture Ambassador Internship Program is offering opportunities to Teach English in China.  This is a Paid Summer Internships in China.   All Majors Welcome.


Qualifications: Standard English Speakers in any major; Strong Leadership, Public Speaking, Social, and Interpersonal Skills.


Benefits: Free Round-trip international airfare paid by your host school if you teach at the same school for two semesters.  Free furnished-apartment usually on school campus.  Well-paid positions with paid holidays. Place your friends and family together.  Free Chinese Lessons, TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) Training and TESL Certification


Required Application documents:  Online registration on our website:  One-page resume emphasizing your teaching related experiences if any.  US Chinese Culture Center certified by the China State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs (SAFEA) will take care of the tedious and complicated application procedures for you.


Please find more program info online:


Note: If you don't have a passport yet, please call your local main post office to apply for one ASAP.


Contact: Lea Walker, President / US Chinese Culture Center / 1708 Greene Street, Columbia, SC 29201, USA / (803) 252-9086  /  /





Opportunity:  Earn and learn as an intern in Washington DC through the Heritage Foundation Internship Program.


PAID SPRING INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN RESEARCH AND POLICY PROMOTION: Heritage is looking for rising juniors, seniors, and grad school students interested in experiencing DC first hand this spring. Our program will run from January 11th to April 22nd with opportunities in research (Asian Studies, Latin America, cybersecurity, national security, international economics, energy, regulatory policy, law, welfare reform, and more) and policy promotion (marketing, outreach, communications, business, development, etc.) You can find a full list online of our 60 open positions in policy, promotion, business and more. 


EARN:  Paid positions in everything from healthcare, education, energy, national security, foreign policy and legal policy to marketing, accounting, external outreach, and graphic design, and more!


LEARN: Hear from the leading policy experts of Washington, DC.  Enhance research, writing, and career development skills.  Network with leading conservative minds.  Visit the Capitol, National Archives, the Pentagon, and Mount Vernon.


WE WANT YOU:  Apply at  Submit 2 letters of recommendation and an o­cial college transcript.  Beat the deadlines (Spring- October 1; Summer- February 1; Fall- June 15).  Interested applicants should apply by October 1st by filling out our online application. They also need to submit 2 letters of recommendation and an official school transcript by the deadline. International students must also submit work authorization.


Contact: Elinor Renner, Program Associate / The Heritage Foundation / 214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE, Washington, DC 20002

202-608-6047  /  202.546.4400 /  /





Opportunity:  Through Teach For America, remarkable people from all academic majors and career backgrounds help our nation deliver on the promise of equal opportunity for all kids. Corps members have the chance to make an indelible positive impact on the lives of their students by teaching for at least two years in urban and rural communities nationwide. They receive training, coaching, and support from Teach For America and are hired by principals as full-time, salaried teachers. As alumni, they apply their first-hand experience and the leadership skills they’ve developed to tackle educational inequity from every angle – inside schools and out. Together with colleagues of all backgrounds, they are part of a dynamic movement proving what’s possible – for kids, for a life of impact, for the future we share.  


Teach For America’s network in the 2015-16 school year includes nearly 9,000 corps members, 52 nationwide partner regions, and nearly 42,000 alumni working in education and many other sectors towards systemic change.


Educational Inequity in the U.S….  Fewer than 10 percent of kids from low-income communities graduate from college. Teach For America is looking for leaders committed to eliminating this inequity, which limits the opportunities of kids, families, and communities. We know it is possible. Through the combined efforts of our corps members, alumni, and the communities we partner with, we know that one day, all children in this nation will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education.


Description:  As a Teach For America corps member, you will…  Take on an intense personal challenge to address educational inequity in your classroom. Develop leadership, communication, management, and problem solving skills, among others.  Set an ambitious vision of your students’ academic success and invest them and their families in working hard toward that vision. Go above and beyond traditional expectations in order to help your students excel academically. Plan purposefully, execute effectively, and work incredibly hard to ensure your students have the educational opportunities they deserve. Develop an immediate understanding of the successes and challenges in education, which can be used to pursue a wide range of opportunities inside the classroom and beyond. Develop lasting relationships and build a network of colleagues and friends that will provide you with support both during your corps experience and for many years to come. Join the Teach For America network of more than 50,000 corps members and alumni working as leaders in many sectors to expand opportunities for kids.


Qualifications:  Bachelor's degree by June 2016.  Minimum 2.5 cumulative undergraduate GPA.  Citizen, national, or legal permanent resident of the United States, or have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status.  Candidates of all backgrounds, academic majors, and career interests encouraged to apply.  No educational coursework or certification required to apply.  The GPA requirement is mandated by our partner school districts and credentialing programs.  Corps members possess skills and experiences from their previous work, leadership, and academic backgrounds that help them lead their students to academic success and increased opportunities.


Positions/ Locations…  Corps members teach grades pre-K through 12 in a variety of subjects.  Corps members teach in 52 urban and rural regions across the country.


Compensation and Benefits:  Corps members are full-time teachers employed by school districts. They receive full salaries and the same comprehensive health benefits as other beginning teachers. Additional financial benefits may be available to help corps members in the transition to their new work. 


Snapshot of Corps Member Compensation: Full salary, Health insurance, Retirement benefits.  AmeriCorps benefits including federal loan forbearance, interest accrual payments, and education awards may be available.  Need-based funding for relocation and transition.  Educator discounts.  Exclusive scholarships and benefits from graduate schools and employers.


Learn more about applying:

To Apply:


Contact: Molly Smalt, Recruitment Associate / Teach For America / 300 W. Adams Street, Suite 1000, Chicago, IL 60606  /  914.400.5228  /





Opportunity: StyleBlueprint (Birmingham, Alabama) is offering internships.


Description: To assist in conducting research for articles, writing articles, taking photographs for articles              


Qualifications: Excellent writing abilities and stellar grammatical skills. Strong organization, planning and coordination skills. Excellent creative abilities, especially good with photography. Ambitious and self motivated. Strong interest in women's lifestyle topics of interest, such as fashion, restaurants, the arts, as well as a passion for Birmingham and its culture. Outgoing personality. Understanding of principles of customer service and client relations. Strong interpersonal skills.  


Contact: Lauren Helmer, Birmingham City Editor / Style Blueprint / /



Part Time Positions


Looking for part time work?  Do you love animals?  Pawms Pet Resort provides care for animals.  It's a fun work environment, but at the same time it's hard work. We're flexible with the schedule, but we are very busy on weekends and holidays.


Contact: Andy Sentenn, General Manager / Pawms Pet Resort / 2509 Rocky Ridge Rd. Vestavia, AL 35243 / (205) 823-5433 /



Financial Services Representative / Intern


Opportunity: Named as one of the “TOP TEN” internships, according to Vault’s Guide to Internships, for the past 19 years consecutively, this internship provides: Compensation, Top-notch training, Flexibility for school, Team support and mentorship, The chance to make an impact.


The Northwestern Mutual internship truly has it all. Financial representative interns ask clients and prospects lots of questions to understand their financial goals. They come up with creative financial solutions. They’re in business for themselves, but they’re never alone. They have support from their team and the company.


Can you envision a life of freedom and calling your own shots?   Looking for a fast-paced, highly productive environment?  Think hard work should be recognized and rewarded?  Want to work for a company with exceptional financial strength*?


Then this just may be the internship for you. To be considered, you must be a full-time student at a four-year college or university. We want you to have strong interpersonal skills, be self-motivated and have a history of personal success.


Company Accolades

“America’s Top Ten Internship” -Vault

"Best Place to Launch a Career” –Business Week

"World's Most Admired Companies" –FORTUNE Magazine

"50 Best Companies to Sell For” –Selling Power Magazine

"Top 50 Best Places to Work in America”  –


Qualifications:  Full-time student at a four year institution.  Strong interpersonal skills.  Self-starter and highly motivated .  History of personal success.  Prefer Previous sales experience.


How to apply:  Please email resume to


Contact: Mindy Haase, Campus Recruiter / Northwestern Mutual / 1901 6th Ave. North, Suite 2800, Birmingham, AL 35203 / E: /   W:



Sales & Product Consultant



Employment Type: Full Time.   Compensation: $50,200 +++.   NO AUTOMOTIVE EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.


Opportunity:  Our Product Leadership Training Program has graduated several Associates into our Sales Leadership Management Team most earning over $150k/annually.  Serra Toyota Bham- Serra Mazda- Serra Toyota of Decatur ONLY promotes from within & is serious about training you in Automotive Product Sales with the goal of you joining the Sales Leadership Management Team.


We have a STRICT NO-HASSLE Sales Process—we are only interested in cultivating relationships with our Customers & Associates for the Long Term & in our strict No-Pressure environment.  NEVER worry about satisfying a Customer - you will be empowered to take care of their needs.   We provide an extensive Training program both on-site, on-line and at the Manufacturer Level over the term of your career.  The Industry's Top Pay & MANY Bonuses.  VERY Generous Salary While Training When Hired.  Professional Training Program.  5 Day Work Week.  Paid Vacation.  Health, Dental, Vision Plans available.  401K Plan with a Strong Match from the Ownership.  Associate Vehicle Purchase Plan.  Long Term Job Security (SEVERAL Associates 10+yrs tenure).  Opportunities for Advancement in our PROMOTE FROM WITHIN MODEL.


Interview in Person at the following locations ONLY between 9:00am and 6:00pm, Mon-Fri:

--Serra Mazda / 1503 Gadsden Hwy / Trussville, Al 35235

--Serra Toyota / 1300 Centerpoint Parkway / Birmingham, Al 35215

--Serra Toyota of Decatur / 309 Beltline hwy Decatur Al 35603


Contact: Shannon Twitty, Corporate Training Manager / Serra Toyota / /  (w)205-838-4400 /  (c)256-338-6245



Retail Sales Associate


Opportunity: Now Hiring Team Members!


Description: Greet and acknowledge all Customers and build rapport with guests to establish repeat business.  Show merchandise that provides solutions to Customers’ needs.  Work effectively with other Team Member.  Understand store operations as it relates to register transactions, freight processing, merchandise placement and product replenishment.  Assist in floor moves, visual display maintenance and housekeeping and the coordination of the freight flow process to ensure sales floor representation of all merchandise.  Help in maintaining an efficient and organized stockroom


Qualifications:  Strong customer service skills.  Able to interact with public.  Strong interpersonal skills.  Able  to lift and move 45 pounds or more on a regular basis.  Lift and move bulky merchandise on a regular basis and climb ladders.  Stoop, bend, climb and lift to stock and retrieve merchandise from stockroom and sales floor on a regular basis.  Able to work weekends, holidays and evenings and have a flexible work schedule.  Attend and participate in meetings as required.  Related retail sales experience preferred.


To Apply:  Please submit your application via our website at


Contact: Janki Bant, Recruiting Coordinator / Kirkland’s / Tel: (615) 872 – 1400 / Email:



Youth Pastor


Opportunity:  We are currently seeking a Full-Time Director of Youth Ministries. Responsibilities include planning and executing all ministry opportunities and activities for students from 6th – 12th Grade. The goal of this position is to foster and guide ministry programs that will help students to grow in their faith and spiritual life as it relates to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.


Description: Weekly responsibilities include Wednesday evening and Sunday morning planning and programs to promote Biblical teaching, spiritual formation and discipleship. Additional responsibilities include monthly and annual events that would help students to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ, one another, the church family and then out to the community (Mission trips, Service projects, Outreach programs, Fun and games, Retreats). Student outreach is expected by connecting through social media, visits, cards, and seeking opportunities to be present at school and sports events. Your responsibilities also include the participation in weekly staff planning and meetings to encourage and promote the vision, leadership and life of the entire congregation.


Qualifications: Wesleyan understanding of Scripture preferred. Experienced is preferred. Due to our Safe Sanctuary Policy 24 years of age or older is preferred.


Notes: The salary is negotiable beginning at $31,000. Insurance/pension provided. 


To Apply:  Send resume to Pastor Vicki Mann or Pastor Harvey Beck or mail to  Gadsden First UMC, 115 South 5th Street, Gadsden, AL 35901



Customer Service & Shipping Associate


Opportunity: The Downtown Birmingham UPS Store is now hiring for a Customer Service & Shipping Associate.  20-30 Hours per Week.  Wage: $8.50 - $10.00 per hour.  Available Immediately.


Description: Greet and assist customers, basic desktop publishing, pack and ship print projects per procedure, basic small-format copying and printing, organizing packages, ringing in sales transactions, operate software packages including Microsoft Office and Adobe Suite, operate copiers, fax machines, and binding equipment, maintain store inventory. Must be able to multi-task. Excellent verbal and written communication skills required. Computer experience is necessary. Must be tobacco and drug free.


Qualifications: Upbeat and professional personality needed!  High School Diploma Fluent in Microsoft Office (Word, Publisher, Excel) Experience in Adobe software is a plus. Some college preferred but not required.


To Apply: Send resume/cover letter via e-mail to


Contact: The UPS Store 4015 / Downtown City Center / 209 20th St North Birmingham, AL 35203 / Tel 205-453-0453 / Fax 205-208-0250  /  /




We're looking for someone caring and responsible to babysit our nine-week-old-twins, Hannah and Luke.   Part-time. Mostly weekday hours but can work around a class schedule.  $12/hour.  Infant care experience preferred. Valid DL.  Please send resume.


Contact: Rachel Miller  /



Job Fair and Local Opportunities


PrideStaff, a national staffing company, is holding a job fair!  Join us at our Hoover office on Friday, October 2 from 1:00pm-3:00pm. Be sure to bring your resume and dress professionally. We look forward to meeting you!  Location: 3659 Lorna Road, Suite 165, Hoover, AL 35216


Available and immediate job openings include: Legal Administrators, Manual Machinists, AutoCAD Designers, Master Electricians, Journeymen Plumbers, Finishers, Carpenters, Assembly and Production positions, Seasonal Data Entry Associates, Seasonal Customer Service Representatives and more!


About PrideStaff: Few people truly enjoy a job search. For PrideStaff, each search is important to us. We love helping candidates improve their opportunities and find great jobs, temporary or full time, within our network of clients. Working with PrideStaff, you'll have access to a broad range of positions where your skills can be put to the best possible use. We help ensure that you don't just search, but succeed.


Contact: Katrina Cade, Owner / Pridestaff / 3659 Lorna Road, Suite 165, Hoover, Alabama 35216 / / Phone: 205-876-8844 / Fax:  205-449-6387 /





Opportunity:  The Jefferson County Public Defender’s Community Law Office (CLO) seeks zealous and dedicated individuals to serve as Investigators in the Birmingham Division. All CLO employees will provide high quality representation to indigent defendants. Ideal candidates will have training or experience conducting interviews in a non-confrontational environment. The work involves the investigation of crime, including the gathering of evidence, locating individuals, and interviewing witnesses and police officers. In addition, investigators will be asked to take photographs, make audio and video recordings, and process the results of their work.  The investigator will be asked to prepare physical and demonstrative exhibits for use in court, and testify in court as necessary.  Investigators will occasionally be asked to transport and escort witnesses. Investigators will be expected to follow up on each and every lead as required regardless of the location or time of day. Investigators will obtain written statements and affidavits from third parties as appropriate to each case. Investigators will serve court process such as subpoenas and summons.


Description: Plan, prepare, and conduct investigations to support the defense function in a wide variety of cases;  Prepare detailed reports of investigations documenting the ongoing status of all work performed by the investigator; Examine, evaluate, and document (photographs, videos, diagrams) crime scenes;  Serve subpoenas and other legal documents; and  Locate and conduct witness interviews.


Qualifications:  Possess the ability to testify in a professional manner in court proceedings;  Possess a sound working knowledge of general office technology, audio and video equipment, computers and software, including word processing, spreadsheets, email, social media, and internet searches;  Possess some knowledge and understanding of psychology and interviewing techniques; Possess considerable knowledge of modern practices and techniques involving the investigation, arrest, detention, defense and treatment of defendants;  Possess knowledge of an attorney’s obligations of loyalty, fidelity and confidentiality owed to the client and possess the ability and willingness to operate within the full scope of the attorney/client relationship and privilege;  Possess the ability to react quickly and calmly in emergencies;   Possess the ability to handle difficult situations firmly, courteously, tactfully;   Possess the ability to secure the cooperation of others in difficult situations;  Possess the ability to interview effectively and evaluate information obtained;  Possess the ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing;  Possess the ability to follow oral and written instructions and write thorough, concise reports and correspondence;  Strong critical thinking and problem solving skill in situations where only limited information and/or direction exists;  Possess the ability to pay attention to detail, and exercise sound judgment;  Possess the ability to observe situations analytically and objectively and to record them clearly and completely; and  Possess the ability and willingness to work weekends and evenings when necessary. Fluent in written and spoken Spanish.


Qualifications:  Investigators must possess a Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Criminal Justice, Journalism, Social Work or related field. A comparable amount of training and related experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.  The duties of a criminal investigator can be physically demanding requiring a good deal of physical exertion.  Investigators must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.  Investigators must possess a valid Driver’s License, supplemented by a satisfactory driving record and a car.


To Apply:


Contact: David W. Downs, Office Administrator / Jefferson County Public Defender's Office / 950 22nd Street North, Suite 1000, Birmingham, Alabama  35203 / 205.307.7017  /  205.588.4220 /  /



Intake Coordinator


Opportunity: The Jefferson County Public Defender’s Community Law Office (CLO) seeks a dedicated administrative professional to serve as the Intake Coordinator. The ideal candidate combines a demonstrated interest in the representation of indigent clients with superior administrative skills. The Intake Coordinator is the point person for walk-in clients with legal issues. This position is responsible for docket preparation for potential new clients, provides back up phone duty, and assists administrative assistants in the creation of new files.


Qualifications: Demonstrated ability to welcome clients and present a friendly professional demeanor; Demonstrated ability to answer a multi-line phone switchboard efficiently and courteously, and promptly direct calls to the appropriate team member for solution; Good analytical and critical thinking skills to perform preliminary check for case conflicts and docket preparation; Ability to receive and direct course paperwork to appropriate staff members; Ability to assist Administrative Assistants and Fellows with various duties including the printing and preparation of new case files. Good computer skills.  Experience in the operation of a multi-line push button telephone system.  Receptionist experience preferred.


To Apply:


Contact: David W. Downs, Office Administrator / Jefferson County Public Defender's Office / 950 22nd Street North, Suite 1000, Birmingham, Alabama  35203 / 205.307.7017  /  205.588.4220 / /



Research & Environmental Affairs / Part Time Student Intern


Opportunity: Southern Company Services is seeking candidates for Part-Time Student Intern positions in the Research and Environmental Affairs Department


Description: The mission of Southern Company Research & Environmental Affairs is to ensure that Southern Company is an environmental and technology leader in the production, delivery, and end-use of energy.  The success of the company in the future depends on the ability to prepare for increasingly complex and stringent environmental requirements, the development of well-balanced production, delivery, and end-use technology options that increase customer value, the implementation cost-effective environmental compliance strategies, and positive stewardship projects and stakeholder relations.   Research & Environmental Affairs operates at the forefront on all of these issues.  This internship position will provide support and work as a team contributor in achieving this mission.


Southern Company is the parent company of Alabama Power Company, Georgia Power Company, Gulf Power Company, Mississippi Power Company, Southern Power Company, Southern Nuclear and several other operating subsidiaries.


Qualifications:  Enrollment in a civil or environmental engineering, environmental management, physical science, math, economics or similar academic program.  Completion of at least 3 semesters of study in academic program (Late sophomore or early junior class status, not seniors).  GPA of 3.0 or higher.  Solid computer and data analysis skills; proficiency in MS Excel and PowerPoint essential.  Good interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.  Ability and willingness to perform routine office and administrative duties.


Duties: Develop spreadsheets, databases, and reports in support of environmental compliance. Prepare graphics and presentation materials for environmental regulatory analyses. Perform calculations and prepare tables for engineering assessments. Perform research and interface with other department and company employees. Participate in scheduling and planning of meetings and other activities. Learn and become proficient in special software packages for environmental permitting.  Perform routine office and administrative duties and tasks as necessary and required.


This internship will involve about 20 – 25 hours per week with the work schedule to be determined each semester.


Contact:  Kenneth Boyd / Southern Company /



Financial Analyst


Opportunity:  The MIS Department of BBVA Compass has an open Financial Analyst position open at the Birmingham Headquarters for a recent graduate or alumni.


Description: The Financial Analyst function is responsible for supporting the efforts of the Management Information Systems (MIS) department in the development and implementation of Data Governance (DG) effort for BBVA Compass and to support the projects for all departments within finance. The Financial Analyst will be responsible for the following objectives:  Implementation of the Data Governance model as well as to provide technical support to the Data Governance effort for BBVA Compass. Including the maintenance and enhancement of the Data Governance site.  Support, enhance and maintain the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) Data Governance Framework. Conduct Monthly/Quarterly reviews of schedule validation documentation for CCAR.  Maintenance and updates of documentation for the CCAR MIS Site: maintenance including update of the CCAR Data Governance Framework, FRB notes, Field documentation changes, instructions from Federal Reserve Board (FRB), Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) documents from FRB, Technical documents. Inform users through the CCAR Google Group about the updates and changes. Track the approval documents for the schedules are complete.  Develop, maintain and support sites for Management Information Systems (MIS) and all its areas.  Develop, maintain and support sites for Finance including all its areas (Accounting, Capital Planning, Corporate Finance, Efficiency, Procurement, Regulatory Relations, Tax and Treasury).  Supporting projects and initiatives from all the departments within finance including Accounting, Capital Planning, Corporate Finance, Efficiency, Procurement, Regulatory Relations, Tax, Treasury and MIS. Lead and support the transition to Google Platform for all the areas within BBVA Compass.  Responsible for the process of Certification including the process of new certifications and review, update improvement plans and introduce change to the existing certifications. Publish Informational Map: working in the update and if necessary the retirement and/or introduce of systems as well as publish the informational map.


Qualifications: Undergraduate degree required with a preference in Accounting, Management Information Systems (MIS), Computer Science, Engineering, Finance or Economics.  Strong computer skills in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and Google Docs, Slices and Sheets required. Programming experience is a plus.  Strong communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate with both internal and external constituencies. Self-starter, strong critical thinking, problem solving and attention to details skills.  Strong analytical skills and ability to translate business data analysis and reporting requirements into effective strategic tools for management decision making.  For Financial Analyst III, a minimum of three years experience of translating business data analysis and reporting into effective strategic tools for management decision making.  Must have the ability to manage many assignments simultaneously with tight deadlines.  Good communication, interpersonal and organization skills.  Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills.  Ability to take ownership and adaptable to changes.  Programming skills a plus.  Proficient in Spanish language a plus.  MBA degree is a plus.


Contact: Samuel Martin del Rio / BBVA Compass / Management Information Systems / Birmingham, Alabama / 205.297.7203  /



JAG Officers


Wanted: Marine corps JAG candidates! Attention: Pre-Law Majors!


Opportunity: Applicants who are found basically qualified and who pass the LSAT with a minimum score of 150 will be able to apply for selection to the Marine Officer Candidate School with a GUARANTEED Judge Advocate General (JAG) contract.  This program is available through the Platoon Leaders Class (College seniors accepted to an accredited law school and, first and second year law students) and the Officer Candidate Course (Law school seniors and graduates that have become members of the Bar in any State or Federal Court).


Qualifications: Becoming a Marine Judge Advocate General is extremely challenging, competitive, and rewarding.  First, you must be an officer.  You must also be a U.S. citizen.  Intelligence, physical fitness, and high moral character are all vital to become a JAG officer.  If this becomes your path, you will attend the Naval Justice School in Newport, Rhode Island, where your specialized training will take place to prepare you for fleet service.

Within the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF)


Description:  In addition to prosecuting or defending cases before a general or special Courtmartial, you may be assigned to serve as: recorder or counsel for the respondent before administrative discharge boards; prepare and renders pretrial advice and recommendations in courts-martial cases; review and render legal opinions and recommendation on records of trial, reports of investigations, administrative discharge proceedings, administrative reports, and on claims in favor of or against the Government; serve as appellate counsel for the defense or Government before the U. S. Navy Court of Military Review and U. S. Court of Military Appeals; render legal opinions and advice concerning Government jurisdictional matters, labor relations, real estate interest, commercial contracts, civil process, and suits for and against the government, render legal assistance to military personnel and dependents, including the preparation of legal documents such as wills, powers of attorney, agreements, deeds, tax returns, etc.; and serves as an instructor/lecturer in military law.


After your first tour, you may be assigned to a billet available to all officers, such as recruiting duty, instructor duty at The Basic School or series commander at one of the Marine Corps Recruit Depots.  As a Judge Advocate, you will be offered a variety of higher education opportunities to further enhance your career such as Doctor Judicial Sciences (S.J.D) George Washington Law Center; Master of Laws (L.L.M) George Washington Law Center; Judge Advocate Career Course Judge Advocate General’s School U.S. Army, Charlottesville, VA; National College of District Attorneys University of Houston, Houston, TX; as well as many more additional education opportunities.


Contact: Captain Clifton Payton / Officer Selection Officer / 225 University Blvd E. Rm 107, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 / (205) 758-0277 /



Mathematic Teachers (Memphis, Tennessee)


Attention: Recent graduates with a degree in Mathematics!  Currently, Shelby County Schools in Memphis, Tennessee has a high need for candidates with a strong knowledge of mathematics.


In order to become a Math Teacher with Shelby County Schools, a candidate must have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Mathematics with a minimum GPA of 2.75. Please note that candidates do NOT need to hold a teaching license or have taken any education coursework at this time.


To Apply: Send an email, including resume.


Contact: Catherine-Anne Collins, Talent Acquisition Assistant / Department of Human Resources / Shelby County Schools / 160 S Hollywood Blvd, Memphis, Tennessee 38112 / 901-416-0213 /



Human Resources Coordinator


Opportunity: Golden Flake Snack Foods is seeking a Human Resources Coordinator to work from our Birmingham office. 


Description: The Coordinator will be responsible primarily responsible for all areas of the recruitment process such as: Partnering with managers to understand their hiring needs and goals.  Ownership of the company’s online career site and applicant tracking system.  Developing and executing a hiring strategy for a broad range of positions.  Job postings internally and external job boards/career sites.  Developing effective strategies for sourcing and evaluating candidates.  Management of the new hire process – onboarding, generating offer documents & closing candidates on offers.  Reviewing applications, scheduling interviews and corresponding with candidates.  Involvement in the company’s affirmative action program.  Maintenance of the company’s HRIS system.  Multiple special projects and assignments unrelated to recruitment.  Recruitment for multiple positions at once while meeting deadlines.


Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business, Marketing or related field.  Prior experience with employee recruitment and/or other HR roles preferred.  General knowledge of state and federal employment laws.  Ability to develop relationships and networking sources for candidates.  Self-starter/self-motivated.  Strong work ethic.  Must be on point with computer and social networking skills.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite – Excel, Word, PowerPoint.  Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills.  Confidence and ability to work independently as well team minded.  Strong organizational skills.  Represent brand internally as well as externally to the community and potential applicants.


To Apply: All applicants should email their resumes to Lori Redding at All resumes will be reviewed and interviews will be conducted from the selected candidates.


Contact: Lori Redding /


Contact: Ashley Bice / Human Resources Coordinator / Golden Flake Snack Foods, Inc. / Birmingham / (205) 321-7475 /



Tennis Instructor (Part Time, After School)


Opportunity: LETT (Learning Excellence Through Tennis) program is actively seeking college age instructors for our program. 


Description: Part Time After School Instructors are needed to provide fitness and tennis instruction to youth grades K-5.  Needed for private and public elementary schools throughout the Birmingham area.  Pay is $15/hour.


Qualifications: Must understand the basics of tennis.  Must possess good teaching skills.  Fun and energetic individuals.  Must enjoy working with kids.


Contact: Paul Litten, Sr., LETT Program Director / Learning Excellence Through Tennis / /



Shift Managers


Opportunity:  If you want a MANAGEMENT CAREER with an innovative company, look no further than Pizza Hut.  NPC International, who owns Pizza Hut, is now hiring for Shift Managers.


Description: The shift leader helps to manage the daily operations of the restaurant during assigned shifts including customer service, assignment of duties and food production.  The Shift Leader has access to and responsibility for keys to the unit, safe combination and keys, and alarm codes.  The Shift Leader is also accountable for bank deposit procedures and closing procedures.  Duties include…  Create an environment of teamwork, enthusiasm, and customer service in the restaurant.  Consistently recognize employees for their contributions and celebrate success.  Assign tasks and adjust deployment as needed to handle customers during shift.   Perform shift change and opening/closing tasks to ensure readiness for customers.  Work in production and service roles as needed to serve customers and eliminate bottlenecks.  Insures compliance with NPC and PHI Hospitality, Quality, Service and Cleanliness Policies and Procedures. Insures compliance with NPC safety, security, cash handling and bank deposit procedures.  Manage costs through monitoring staffing levels and controlling inventory during assigned shifts.


Qualifications: The good news is that your training will teach you almost everything you need to know to succeed on the job. There are a few skills you should have from the get-go:  You have at least 1 year of leadership experience in the restaurant, hospitality or retail industry with responsibility for financial results.  You’re all about creating a great place to work for your team.  You want to make your customer’s day and it shows in the way you are maniacal about serving amazing pizza with a great big smile.  We have a GREAT culture and look for GREAT people to add to our family. You know who you are; honest, energetic, motivated and fun. You have a vision for the perfect restaurant, and you know how to get your team to bring it to life.  You set high standards for yourself and for your people.  You are up for a challenge. You love the excitement of the restaurant business and know every day is different.  You are at least 18 years old with a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation and a true desire to learn and grow.


To Apply: Go to


Contact: Cindi McGee / Administrative Assistant / NPC International / Birmingham Region / (205) 402-2322 Phone / (205) 403-8716 Fax /



Community Service Opportunities


We are recruiting for the following mostly internal positions at the following AmeriCorps agencies in the Birmingham area:


After School Enrichment Program  

Child Development Center

Family Violence Center 

Healthy Relationships

Norwood Resource Center

Our Place (Pell City) 

Railroad Park Foundation   

Safehouse of Shelby County

Woodlawn Foundation

YouthServe Community Relations and Development


Contact: Maggie McDonald /


Contact: Angela Moore / Assistant Director of AmeriCorps / YWCA Central Alabama / 309 23rd Street North Birmingham, Alabama 35203 / Phone: 205.322.9922 ext. 206 / Fax: 205.521.9652 /





GLG (Gerson Lehrman Group) was founded in 1998. GLG connects top professionals across fields and around the country. They are a group of leading experts providing business decision-makers with insights to create better, more informed outcomes. Today, they are the world’s largest membership network for one-on-one professional learning, comprising more than 400,000 thought leaders and practitioners, including business leaders, scientists, academics, former public sector leaders and the foremost subject matter specialists. They serve users at more than 1,400 client companies in 40 countries. These clients include Fortune 500 companies in nearly every sector and the leading professional services firms and financial institutions.  GLG facilitates consultations and in depth projects for clients across many different industries including financial service firms, Bio-Tech, Retail, and Industrial companies. GLG is headquartered in New York with 22 offices globally and 1,000 employees.


Career Opportunities for Graduating Seniors:


Summer Internship Opportunities:


The majors that are most popular with GLG are Economics, Political Science, Business, Marketing, Biology, Chemistry, and History.  But GLG will certainly consider all other majors as well.


Contact: Brendan Marschner (BSC Alum 2015) / Junior Associate / Gerson Lehrman Group (GLG) / 301 Congress Avenue Suite 900 Austin, TX 78701 / 256-616-2011 /  /



Executive Courier


The Drummond Company is seeking an Executive Courier (Part-Time) for Tuesdays & Thursdays Only, 8:00AM – 5:00PM.  The Courier is needed for the Liberty Park office. Job Duties & Requirements: Run errands. Make deliveries and pick-ups. Some lifting required. Must have a valid driver license, good driving record, and a professional attitude. The position pays $12.00 per hour.  Interested candidates should email resume to:


Contact: Pamela Thomas (Recruiter) / Drummond Company / 1000 Urban Center Drive, Suite 300, Birmingham, AL 35242 / 205-945-6548 /



Team Members


Opportunity: Kirklands Home Décor Store is now hiring Team Members.


Description: Greet and acknowledge all Customers and build rapport with guests to establish repeat business.  Show merchandise that provides solutions to Customers’ needs.  Work effectively with other Team Member.  Understand store operations as it relates to register transactions, freight processing, merchandise placement and product replenishment.  Assist in floor moves, visual display maintenance and housekeeping and the coordination of the freight flow process to ensure sales floor representation of all merchandise.  Help in maintaining an efficient and organized stockroom


Qualifications: Prefer experience in retail sales or customer service.  Ability to interact effectively with the public.  Good customer service skills. Strong interpersonal communication skills.  Able  to lift and move 45 pounds or more on a regular basis.  Lift and move bulky merchandise on a regular basis and climb ladders.  Stoop, bend, climb and lift to stock and retrieve merchandise from stockroom and sales floor on a regular basis.  Able to work weekends, holidays and evenings and have a flexible work schedule.  Attend and participate in meetings as required


To Apply:  Please submit your application via website:


Contact: Janki Bant, Recruiting Coordinator, Kirkland’s Inc. / Tel: (615) 872 – 1400  /  Email:





Creative Designer / Marketing Dept


Company Description: We are a growing specialty retailer with seven retail stores and an ecommerce site. Our organization has grown through a simple focus on the customer and providing them the best in functional and fashionable apparel and footwear, while being the best at outfitting customers for their outdoor adventures. Our team has proven the ability to accomplish the goals we set.


Opportunity: We are looking for the right individual to join our marketing team as Creative Designer.


Qualifications: The right candidate will be a quick learner with the ability to immediately contribute to the marketing support of our stores. Attention to detail is a must, as is the ability to prioritize multiple assignments at once while still maintaining execution of all tasks with a deadline. Individuals who thrive on a fast-paced environment will feel most comfortable in this position.  An individual will succeed in our organization with a positive and professional attitude, a focus on accomplishment, a willingness to share new ideas, and a concern for doing the right thing for the customer. You should also have a strong desire to grow an organization and clearly understand and own your role in that growth.


Description: The perfect candidate will have an immediate connection and understand and live our core values. This candidate will be extremely flexible and enjoy a “start-up” mentality and environment that changes rapidly. Candidates who are personable, open to learning, collaborate well with others and have a positive attitude, and are more apt to saying “yes” or “I’ll try” (rather than “no or “that’s impossible”) will be at the top of our list. The Creative Designer reports to the Director of Marketing and will be that department’s primary source of creative content for digital and print media.


Expectations and Objectives: Ability to draw inspiration from existing brand standards and employ consistency of voice and visual identity.  Develop creative visual concepts for marketing, advertising and in store merchandising.  Create designs that strongly convey key messages and successfully accomplish communications objectives for each campaign.  Coordinate unique yet consistent styles across campaigns for use both within the store, and externally.  Develop and present ideas to improve the effectiveness of our company and department.  Coordinate the execution of in-store promotions with Director of Operations, Lead Merchants, Store Managers, and Director of Marketing.


Skills Required: Effective Communicator, Attention to Detail, Artistically Inclined, Creative Thinker, Highly Motivated, Problem Solver, Adaptable,  Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite Applications (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign), Experience in photography, drawing, or art preferred

Preferred Education and Training.  A college degree is a plus, but is not required provided significant experience is demonstrated. Graduates with marketing, advertising, art, or retail experience would be preferred.


To Apply: Email your resume and portfolio along with a cover letter detailing why you are the right fit for Alabama Outdoors. Your emails should go to


Contact: Milan Ballard, Marketing Assistant / Alabama Outdoors / 500 Office Park Drive, Suite 430 / Birmingham, AL 35223 /



Web Design/ Social Media Intern


Opportunity: We are seeking an eager student to join our team at Alabama Forever. We are looking to improve our website and gain a greater presence on social media.  


Description: Interns will have full control over direction of Alabama Forever's web presence. Interns will gain excellent work experience and be able to add their contributions at Alabama Forever to their professional portfolio. Experience earned at Alabama Forever will be instrumental in preparing any students looking for a career in non-profit, communications, web design, public relations, etc..


Qualifications: Candidates must have a strong background in web design and internet communications.


Note: Hours are extremely flexible, and we will be more than willing to work with the college to make sure you receive class credit.


Our Mission: Alabama Forever was founded as a disaster relief agency following the tornadoes of 2011. Since then, our mission has expanded to do more than just disaster relief. Our projects have focused on low-income school systems and underprivileged communities where Alabama Forever has assisted with athletic equipment, technology, and educational resources. We believe these contributions have equipped students with the tools and experience to succeed as they move towards life after high school. Teachers, athletic directors, and coaches alike can apply for help in any amount. Alabama Forever serves rural areas, the black belt, and inner city schools. 




To Apply: Please send resume and a brief cover letter to:


Contact:  A. Connor Breslin, Director / Alabama Forever / (404) 353-7308 /



Marketing/Management Internship


Opportunity:  A-Frame Management, a music management company in Birmingham, is seeking a management and marketing intern.


Qualifications: We are seeking a candidate with interest and experience in developing a number of existing brands, both musical and corporate.


Description: Interns would be involved with activities including: Brand research, Marketing Content Development, Product organization and fulfillment, Concert production.  Please note that this internship opportunity is an unpaid internship.


Contact: Andres Berrios / A-Frame Management / 678.477.6254 /



FT/PT Tellers


Opportunity: City of Birmingham General Employees Credit Union, is looking for a PART-TIME or FULL-TIME employee that can be a teller and answer the phones. 


Qualifications: Needs to have computer skills, balance cash drawer, and good phone skills. 


Hours: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM  flexible 


Contact: Deborah Loggins / CEO, Manager / City of Birmingham General Employees Credit Union / / PHONE: 205-583-4654 / FAX:  205-583-4835



Cyber Security Professionals


Opportunity: The Department of Homeland Security is actively recruiting more than 50 dynamic cybersecurity professionals to help protect the Nation’s cyberspace. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is responsible for safeguarding our Nation’s critical infrastructure from physical and cyber threats that can affect national security, public safety, and economic prosperity. DHS is actively recruiting dynamic cybersecurity professionals in its National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) to help protect the Nation’s cyberspace.


About NCCIC:  NCCIC is a 24x7 cyber situational awareness, incident response, and management center that is a national nexus of cyber and communications integration for the federal, state, local, territorial, and tribal governments, the intelligence community, law enforcement, the private sector, and international entities.


Qualifications:  Qualified candidates must have knowledge, skills, and experience in: Information systems and architecture design, Incident response, Malware and forensic incident analysis, Information security program and project management, Information assurance, Gathering and analyzing incident data, Developing and implementing information systems security programs, polices, and procedures, Leading teams in cyber incidents and responses, Identifying and analyzing cyber security threats and providing mitigation strategies, Identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities, vulnerability scanning and penetration testing, Evaluating security incident response policies, Reviewing proposed new systems, networks, and software designs for potential security risks.


Relevant Links:

Learn About NCCIC:

DHS Cyber Security Jobs:

USAJobs Website:  Keyword “NCCIC.”

DHS  Cybersecurity Jobs:

DHS Job Post:


Contact:  Maxwell Shuftan / US Department of Homeland Security / CyberSkills Management Support Initiative / /



Telemarketing Manager / Fundraiser


Opportunity: By the end of the year, we are hoping to fill a Telemarketing Manager position at Greenpeace.  We are seeking candidates who would be a good fit for this position, especially any students that might currently be high performers or supervisors in your campus alumni fundraising call center.


Description: The Telemarketing Manager is a cross-cutting role that will seek to improve all of the organization’s phone engagement. Housed in the Monthly Giving Retention team within the Fundraising Department, the Telemarketing Manager’s key responsibilities will be to maximize income from our existing file while strengthening and supporting our acquisition and conversion programs


This position will seek to bring best practices to all forms of telephone contact throughout the organization through a rigorous testing program and research into best practices and leading the implementation of compelling trainings programmes. The manager will also present campaign content to outside call vendors. This position requires extensive travel within the US.


Responsibilities: Work with program managers to achieve income and engagement targets. In coordination with program managers, create telemarketing strategies, and income and expenditure targets that realize ambitious acquisition and retention goals. Engage donors, supporters and prospects through inspirational direct phone communication. Develop telephone scripts aimed at acquiring, reactivating, retaining, and upgrading donors and prospects. Work with out of house vendors and in-house callers to fine tune scripts for best results.  Promote best practices on supporter engagement through phone communication. Maintain knowledge of best practices in the industry and other organizations (through research, workshops, conferences, benchmarking and personal contacts), as well as other Greenpeace offices.  Develop and roll out innovative testing on phone programs and spread findings throughout organization.  Rollout trainings to callers to ensure the best phone experience for our supporters. Inspire callers with our campaign work and perfect technical skills related to closing a gift, response cycles, etc.  Develop new call programs that help diversify channels of engagement. Work with key stakeholders to develop a call strategy, intensive caller training and feedback, regular reporting, and close monitoring to ensure each program’s success.  Monitor ongoing phone communications. For more mature phone programs, monitor campaign results, callers, and strategies regularly to ensure consistent call quality. Participate in Greenpeace International (GPI) regional TM skill shares, and be involved in the different GPI TM forums whenever appropriate.  In consultation with program managers and the data team ensure that effective telemarketing selection criteria are used, set operational KPI’s per segment, schedule for export and import of TM files, and prioritize and request data statistics needed for proper evaluation and optimization of telemarketing programs.


Qualifications: Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Excellent interpersonal skills.  Ability to manage complex projects from creation to completion.  Analytical problem solver with a strong attention to detail.  Proficiency in Excel and Word.  Ability to write and edit fundraising solicitations.


A minimum of 5 years telemarketing fundraising experience (preferably with the not-for-profit sector).  Previous experience managing external high volume telemarketing programs and budgets.  A working knowledge of current fundraising industry practices.  A proven track record in establishing and achieving fundraising goals and working as part of a team.  Testing experience, including analysis and rollout of successful tests.  Commitment to peaceful protest and civil disobedience as one method of driving social change.


Benefits: Greenpeace USA values a healthy work-life balance and has flexible, family-friendly employment policies. Our competitive benefits package for full-time employees includes medical, dental, and vision coverage with low contributions from staff. We have options for pre-tax flexible spending accounts for medical and dependent care costs. Greenpeace employees enjoy generous 401K matching and time off for vacation, sick, personal, and parental leave. After five years, staff are eligible for a paid sabbatical. To encourage public transportation use and biking, we offer subsidies for staff who choose to bike or ride mass transit to work. Greenpeace is committed to the growth and development of staff and fostering a creative workplace culture.


More info:


Contact:  Zach Riddle / Monthly Giving Director / Green Peace /



Science Teachers


Southern Teachers Agency is in the process of helping some of high schools throughout the region fill last-minute vacancies for science teachers. Southern Teachers was founded in 1902 and is the oldest teacher-placement service in the country.   We work with about 600 private/independent, college-preparatory schools around the South:  from Maryland to Miami to Midland, Texas.  Some of our schools have had unexpected vacancies develop right here at the beginning of the school year. 


It’s important to know that these schools can consider candidates who have not gone through an education program or student teaching.  They typically can consider science majors with strong academic records.  Our services are free for candidates; the schools support and pay for our efforts because they have trusted the professional expertise we’ve developed over more than a century of work.


To Apply:


Contact: Chris Asquith, Placement Counselor / Southern Teachers Agency / (434) 295-9122 /



Guest Care Associate


We are seeking candidates to fill an available Guest Care position.  We are a multi-location luxury salon and spa with a commitment to 5 star customer service.  Potential candidates will possess the following: Experience in the salon/spa industry preferred.  Passion for 5 star customer service.  Retail sales experience.  Proven work ethic and self starting abilities.  Ability to thrive in a team focused environment.  Grace under pressure and problem solving ability.  Strong administrative knowledge.  Multi-tasking ability.  Desire for a long term career in an excellent working environment.


Contact: Debbie Rodriguez Mar, Manager / Tonya Jones Salon Spa / Cahaba Village & English Village / 205-870-4247  Office /  /



Social Media Assistant / Part Time Job


I am looking for a student that would be interested in helping me with social media in my business. This would be a part time position.


Contact: Beverly Carroway / Birmingham Etiquette / 205-999-1616 / /



Project One America Internship


Opportunity:  The Human Rights is seeking candidates for its Campaign Project One America Internship Program.  Opportunities are available Jackson, Mississippi; Birmingham, Alabama; and Little Rock, Arkansas


Description: HRC's Project One America (POA) is a comprehensive program to dramatically expand LGBT equality in the South through permanent campaigns in Mississippi, Alabama and Arkansas.  HRC has opened offices in Jackson, MS, Birmingham, AL and Little Rock, AR and has full-time staff members in each office.  POA Interns will work out of these field offices.  HRC has always worked to build equality on three fronts:   social change, institutional change and legal change.   POA continues this work at the grassroots level by engaging small and medium-sized businesses in displays of support for their LGBT employees and customers, creating deeper and stronger relationships with faith communities, communities of color and southern conservatives, building a broad base of support for enduring legal protections, building more inclusive healthcare environments through HRC’s Healthcare Equality Index, and conducting LGBT youth work from foster agencies to college campuses.  The Project One America Intern reports to the Field Organizer in each POA field office, who reports directly to the State Director in each office.


Responsibilities:  The POA intern's responsibilities may include:  Research, track, assemble materials for any number of projects in the core work areas:  faith, business, youth, families, healthcare, membership, political organizing, and legislation.  Work with the POA team to develop new, innovative initiatives that support, assist and empower straight allies and LGBTQ community members, students, and families in the state in which your office is located states.  Set up and implement infrastructure in preparation for HRC’s participation in Transgender Day of Remembrance (November) and MLK Day of Service for LGBT homeless youth (January).  Maintain the Equality IS Our Business pages of the HRC website.  Help represent HRC at local LGBT and progressive conferences and events.  Answer inquiries from community members about HRC’s work on LGBT issues in the state in which your office is located.  Update contacts for individuals and organizations in the HRC POA.  Implement logistical details for POA events.  Book travel, ship materials, schedule meetings, and other administrative duties as needed.  Assist in volunteer recruitment and campaign field work.  Potential exists for each intern to create and work on a long-term project


Qualifications:  A mature sensitivity to working with people of diverse identities and backgrounds.  Skills for timely multi-tasking.  Excellent written and verbal communication skills.  Basic proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel.  Basic proficiency in PowerPoint a plus.  Proficiency in Spanish a plus.  Demonstrated interest in religious concerns and background working with faith communities.  Desire to learn about and work with a broad range of faith traditions on LGBT equality.  General knowledge of the political process.  Willing to learn about state and federal legislation and elections.  Time management skills and ability to prioritize tasks.  Extremely detail oriented.  Experience with or desire to learn about youth- and campus-specific LGBT issues.  A strong commitment to HRC’s mission.


Outcomes:  Experience with the logistics of organizing programs and grassroots campaigns.  An understanding of the importance and challenges of multiracial and intersectional coalition-building and increasing the participation of people of color, women, transgender people, and youth in support of LGBT rights.  A deeper and broader understanding of faith traditions and LGBT issues.  Practical experience engaging religious voices in local and statewide conversations on LGBT equality.  A greater understanding of the issues faced by queer youth.  Learning effective strategies for campus activism and organizing that can also be applied to broader contexts.  Gaining a better understanding of the electoral, lobbying, and legislative process.  Expanding understanding of bills and laws affecting the LGBT community and the work HRC does at the local and statewide levels.  Corresponding with a variety of members on a breadth of issues, developing strong correspondence skills.  Concrete, transferable experience with event organizing and administrative management skills that are applicable to entry-level employment.  Improving writing and editing skills.


Notes:  This is an unpaid internship. School credit is available upon request.  The majority of internships are based out of our offices in Washington, D.C. Internships are also available in HRC’s Project One America offices in Little Rock, Ark., Jackson, Miss., and Birmingham, Ala. We cannot provide housing for our interns.  A limited amount of scholarship funds are available based on financial need and a commitment to diversity. Apply within the internship application.  Resume and cover letter should be provided in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format.  Please refer questions to our website.  For any other questions, email  No phone calls, please.  Due to the high volume of applications we receive we may not be able to respond in a timely manner to individual application inquiries.  We strongly encourage people of color, people of diverse gender identities, women and non-LGBT persons to apply


Website Internship Posting:


Contact: Candace Gingrich / Associate Director, Youth & Campus Engagement / HRC U Internship Coordinator /  / 202-216-151 /



Marketing Support Intern


Opportunity:  Business Systems & Consultants is seeking a Marketing Support Intern.  This part-time position reports to the Exec Director of Operations and Technology.  The hours are: Mon, Wed, Fri 7:30 – 4:30 (10-20 hours weekly).


Description:  The person in this position will be responsible for assisting the company in marketing efforts.   The marketing support intern will help with research for marketing efforts to send out to the appropriate target audience.  This person will be responsible for tracking and reporting on all marketing efforts, events, campaigns, etc., market research, graphic design, database marketing, and many other facets of marketing. This position would be ideal for anyone who wants experience in a “little bit of everything”.


Job Duties & Responsibilities:  Assist in planning, managing, and implementing lead-generation activities.  Conduct web research, seeking competitive information, including product, pricing & competitor information.  Assist in the development, maintenance and tracking of the company marketing strategies.  Assist in continued development of corporate marketing plan.  Research, plan, and implement advertising efforts, including recommendation of appropriate mediums, markets and organizations or groups.  Research and recommend any promotional items.  Assist in routine maintenance of company website by determining appropriate materials, articles, etc. as well as writing articles, etc. as necessary.  Assist in development of all marketing campaigns, etc. such as email blasts, print campaigns, shows & events, etc. Update Goldmine CRM system with all incoming leads, requests for information, etc. assuring they are appropriately routed and forward to responsible sales representative.


Qualifications & Requirements:  Strong writing, editing, and proofreading ability.  Strong computer skills, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher; additional experience with CRM software, database and reporting software desired.  Excellent organizational skills.  Ability to work effectively as a team member.  Attendance and punctuality.  Professional demeanor and appearance.


Contact: Kayla Stinnett / Marketing / Business Systems & Consultants, Inc. / 113 Little Valley Court Birmingham, AL 35244 / 205-988-3300 x209 / Fax: 205-985-9510 / /



Marketing & Sales Coordinator


Opportunity:  Business Systems & Consultants is seeking a Marketing and Sales Coordinator.  This fulltime position reports to the Exec Director of Operations and Technology.  The hours are: Mon- Fri 7:30 – 4:30 (40 hours weekly).


Description:  We are seeking a Marketing and Sales Coordinator to strengthen and build our marketing department, which has the ability to take on multiple responsibilities. This role will be responsible for assisting the sales team as well as being the chief contact, consult, and manager of all marketing efforts. Additional duties can include but are not limited to taking inbound calls, helping with trade shows, assisting in creating proposals, RFI/RFP response, assisting with company events, assisting other departments on special projects, and more.  This is a very diverse position where multi-tasking and organizational skills are critical.  You will be required to bring a bright and professional demeanor to the office as the center of the marketing effort and a point person in sales.


Duties: Manage and maintain corporate social media outlets.  Planning, managing, and implementing lead-generation activities.  Conduct market research.  Manage, organize, and monitor all marketing literature, show material, promotional material, etc.  Assist in continued development of corporate marketing plan.  Research, plan, and implement advertising efforts.  Maintain company website.  Develop marketing campaigns, both email and print.  Update Goldmine CRM system.  Plan, coordinate, and create newsletters (internal and external).  Assist the sales team (training, marketing, etc.).


Qualifications & Requirements:  Must have a bachelor’s degree; a degree in Marketing or Business is preferred.  Must be very familiar with WordPress.  A good understanding of social media, especially LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter, is preferred.  Any CRM experience is a huge plus.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Sales experience a plus.  Must be authorized to work in the U.S.  Marketing: 2 years


Contact: Kayla Stinnett / Marketing / Business Systems & Consultants, Inc. / 113 Little Valley Court Birmingham, AL 35244 / 205-988-3300 x209 / Fax: 205-985-9510 / /



Alabama Legislative Internship


Opportunity:  The Alabama Law Institute is seeking interns for their 2016 Alabama Legislative Internship Program.   The program runs from January 25 to May 16, 2016, in Montgomery, Alabama


The Alabama Legislative Internship Program was established to involve

student interns in the state legislature by allowing them to observe and participate in the legislative process of state government.






Description: The internship coincides with the 2016 Regular Session of the Legislature. Interns report to the State House in Montgomery a few days prior to the start of the session and work 32 hours per week until the end of the session. Most Alabama colleges and universities will approve college credit for this internship if coordinated in advance.


Qualifications: Each intern must be a Junior or higher in good standing in

college or graduate school.  Each intern must be an Alabama resident or be attending a college or university in Alabama.



Applications can be obtained from the ALI website:


Contact: Teresa Norman / Alabama Law Institute / State House, Suite 207, 11 South Union, Montgomery, AL 36130 / (334) 242-7411 /


Othni Lathram, Director

Penny Davis, Associate Director

Teresa Norman, Assistant Director



Industrial Sales Representative


Opportunity:  Willcox and Allen, Inc. is a well-established conveyor systems integration firm in the Birmingham area since 1951.  They are seeking an industrial sales representative for professional business-to-business sales.


Description: The applicant will assist in expanding the client base, while gaining detailed product knowledge by learning the mechanical workings of conveyor equipment. Eventually, this applicant will become a full time outside sales representative. The applicant will follow a comprehensive 2-year training plan, learning the details of conveyor equipment, basic sales skills, drawing on AutoCAD, and project management. They will start out assisting the sales team in expanding the customer base by finding sales leads. Eventually they will begin to develop their own clients and begin to work as a sales person.


Sales reps build and maintain a clientele, conduct consultative sales functions, and provide ongoing service to client accounts. Responsibilities include extensive travel to meet with clients and attend trade shows.


Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required.  Prefer majors in business, marketing, economics, engineering, or related areas.  An interest and experience in professional sales and marketing is helpful. Management experience is also helpful.  Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills are required.  Administrative, organizational, and entrepreneurial skills are helpful.




Contact: Craig Allen, Vice President / Willcox and Allen, Inc. / Irondale, AL / 205-254-8051 /


Also Contact: Drew Reece (BSC Alum 2013), sales rep, for more information: 205-254-8051 /



Communications & Development Associate


Opportunity:  HICA is seeking candidates for a Communications & Development Associate.


Description: To elevate HICA’s brand and profile in the community to both constituents and donors. This position works flexible hours according to the need and may work some evenings and weekends. The position is fulltime and salaried. 


Responsibilities:  Report to and work closely with the Development Director to advance ¡HICA!’s mission.  Communicate, brand and tell ¡HICA!’s stories in a compelling manner to both the mainstream community and the Spanish speaking community. Develop and execute donor communications to increase annual giving, including thanking donors. Maintain donor relations using eTapestry software.  Work collaboratively with Development Director to plan fundraising events.  Coordinate and execute fundraising events.  Build effective, accountable and strategic relationships with media, reporters, and editors to ensure prominent placement of ¡HICA! stories and events. Draft Op/eds, press releases, and media advisories for publication in key media outlets. Maintain regular presence on social media to include Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.  Manage ¡HICA! website and Facebook Page.  Create and contribute to the content and design of organizational materials including newsletters, annual reports, brochures, etc. Work with staff to maintain a sensible and effective communications schedule for print, email, and web communications.


Qualifications: Degree in Journalism, Communications, English, Creative Writing, Marketing, or similar field; fluency in Spanish – written and oral – strongly desired.  Experience writing clearly, concisely and persuasively. Ability to set priorities, coordinate multiple projects, handle details, and work effectively to meet deadlines. Ability to synthesize ideas and information and clearly express ideas in writing, self-starter and able to work independently, anticipating what needs to be done next. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively with staff, media and collaborative partners. Strong writing, graphic design, media outreach, and web content production. Experience with new media technologies, such as blogs, twitter, and online social marketing.  Knowledge of Latino issues, including community economic development, immigration and women’s issues helpful and women’s issues helpful. Ability to work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.  High energy, positive, “can-do” attitude, flexibility, teamwork, and attention to detail; high degree of initiative required.  Participate in organizational activities outside of regular office hours as requested.  Bring a spirit of teamwork to work each day.  Belief in ¡HICA!’s mission and passion to help the organization raise money to support the mission.


Compensation:  Competitive salary. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama Health and Dental insurance paid at 100% for employee, retirement plan with up to 3% matching after one year of service, generous paid time off, and 12 holidays.


About HICA:  The Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama is the oldest Latino organization in Alabama. ¡HICA! seeks to promote the social, civic and economic integration of Hispanics through our programs. Our vision is a community where everyone can take advantage of opportunities to achieve their dreams to improve their quality of life.


Contact:  Andrea Vazquez / Office Associate / ¡HICA! Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama / 117 South Crest Drive, Birmingham, AL 35209 / Phone: (205) 942-5505 /



Leasing Coordinator


Opportunity: GK Houses is seeking candidates for a Leasing Coordinator. They are not necessarily looking for folks with real estate experience, but more importantly the drive to be a part of a young entrepreneurial business. began in March of 2008 and seeks to be an "insanely great property management company” that focuses specifically on the management of single-family homes. The team has doubled in size locally in the last 18 months and expects to expand into another market within the year.  While they are grateful for the current success, they have big plans for dominating the single family management space regionally. is a tight-knit team of like-minded individuals who collectively contribute to the company’s increasing influence in the single family rental space. It is an environment where the entire team strives to challenge one another on a daily basis to perform at the highest level, even when it is not comfortable. The positive atmosphere and the five core values of the company are held in high regard by all team members and these two factors are critical to the future success of the company as a whole.


Description: The Leasing Coordinator is responsible for managing the entire leasing strategy, from the marketing of rent ready homes through moving an approved applicant into the home. The Leasing Coordinator must possess a thorough knowledge of all marketing processes and must constantly look to improve and audit those processes in order to drive the most applications per home. This requires constant attention to detail through the management of numerous recurring processes.


Job Responsibilities:  Coordinating leasing efforts.  Managing leasing agent(s).  Manage the application process.  Sign leases with tenants.  Oversee the onboarding process for tenants.


Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred. Understanding and embracing the culture is the number one priority. A real estate license will be needed, but may be obtained during training. This candidate would need to have a personable demeanor and be energized by operational responsibilities.


Compensation:  Total First Year: $38k - $42k (expectation to grow each year based on performance)


Training: There will be initial training in regards to the practicalities of the role and understanding the company as a whole. They are growing quickly, so all new additions to their team need to be able to learn and contribute quickly.



 To Apply:


Contact: Dylan Scroggins, Recruiter,, 205.267.1011



Oncology Account Specialist


 Opportunity: We are happy to announce Pfizer Pharmaceutical's open position, Oncology Account Specialist in Birmingham, AL (Job ID 1017315).


Pfizer is one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies and the company's purpose is to "innovate to bring therapies to patients that significantly improve their lives."


Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 4 years pharmaceutical sales experience.


Go to website:, for more information about the application, interview and hiring process.  In order to be considered for the role, you must formally apply via our career portal.  Additional company information may be founded at


Contact: Linda Louie, Pfizer Global Talent Acquisition / Pfizer Pharmaceutical /



Package Handlers


Opportunity: Fed Ex is now hiring Part Time Package Handlers for their Irondale location.


Qualifications:  Must be at least 18 years of age.  No longer in high school.  Must be able to load, unload and sort packages, as well as perform other related duties.  No experience required.


Compensation/Benefits:  $10.10/hr. to start.  Three pay increases within the first six months of employment.  Tuition assistance.  Career advancement opportunity.  Weekly paycheck/direct deposit.  Medical, dental & vision benefits available after 1,000 hours worked.


Note: All interested candidates must attend a sort observation at our facility prior to applying for the position. For more information or to register for a sort observation, please visit


Contact: Jacqueline D. Andrews, SR. Administrator / Federal Express / 4901 Alton Court, Birmingham, AL 35210 / 205.956.1834 / eFax 901.492.0258 /


JULY 2015



Security Division


Southern Research Institute has two part time positions in the security department.


Link to announcement:


Contact: David A. Cooke / Chief of Security & Emergency Response / Southern Research / 2000 Ninth Avenue South Birmingham, AL 35205 / 205-581-2525 / /


Recruiting & Marketing Specialist

Opportunity: Waffle House is now hiring for an hourly Marketing and Recruiting Specialist.

Description: The recruiting and marketing specialist recruits and sources qualified applicants for hourly positions in Waffle House restaurants. They build relationships with the community including local schools, businesses and organizations. They market our brand and products through those relationships. The HRS is also responsible for overseeing the hourly training program.

Location: Birmingham area
Salary: $40,100 per year
Position Type: Full Time, Entry level

Contact: Ashley Bridenbaugh / Area People Director / Waffle House / (865) 805-4968 /


Contact Representative

The Social Security Administration is accepting applications for a fulltime permanent Contact Representative (Teleservice Representative) for their Birmingham office.  This position is part of the Pathways Program and is open to Recent Graduates.  Job Announcement Number: SB-1459536-15-RLC.  Salary Range: $35,609.00 to $46,294.00 Per Year

Do you have a desire to help SSA manage its Social Security programs, analyze and solve problems? Advise millions of retired and disabled individuals? Work on a team to make a difference in people's lives and your own?

More Info and to apply:

Contact: Rick Walker / Social Security Administration / Birmingham, AL /


Sports Event Film Crew

Opportunity: This is a great part-time opportunity for students seeking experience in film production and/or sports broadcasting.

Description: The Alabaster City Schools head football coach is looking for a few people to work part time filming practices and games.  They have equipment, but they need people to video, help download the files, convert file types, upload games to their online system, and possibly a bit of editing.

Contact: Megan O’Leary Shory / Technology Specialist / Alabaster City Schools /

STEM Program Engagement Specialist

Opportunity:  The Birmingham City Schools mission is to guide all students to achieve excellence in a safe, secure and nurturing environment. The BCS STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) VISTA project will build the capacity of STEM strategies by developing and implementing STEM programming at both the school and district level to promote students success. VISTA activities will focus on curriculum development, partnership development, volunteer development; community and family engagement; and college and career readiness.

Description: Developing STEM programming in the classroom and after school activities. Research & compile information from afterschool networks about their STEM curriculums and professional development systems. Cultivate relationships with businesses, organizations, corporations, families, and individuals with the goal of building community partnerships and collaborations. Interview STEM professionals to find best practices from the field and gather current and accurate information. Create STEM webpage of resources and links. Create recruitment and training process and materials which incorporate best practices for the school district to promote STEM activities. Establish process for recruiting, orienting, training, placing, tracking and recognizing partners and volunteers. Create a decision-making tree for schools to decide which STEM curricula best meets their needs. Identify internship and externship opportunities. Monitor and track program impact. Develop strategies to communicate opportunities, programs and results utilizing various methods of communication, with emphasis on social media.

Qualifications: Minimum bachelor’s degree. 21 years of age. Ability to relate to individuals of different racial, ethnic, social and economic backgrounds. Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills. Proficient in research, interpretation and analysis of data. Highly organized with the ability to implement systems and follow-up processes while managing multiple tasks. Ability to work independently with a high-degree of motivation.

Notes: Starts August 3, 2015. Fulltime Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:30 pm. Annual salary: $11,676.

To Apply: Contact Tiffanie Leandr Crumbley by e-mail at
Contact: Cassaundra Wynn Davis / Birmingham City Schools / 205-231-4864 /
Contact: Tiffanie Crumbley / Program Director / Birmingham Engaging in STEM AmeriCorps / 205-231-4864

Fitness Center Trainer

Opportunity: Vestavia Country Club is currently seeking a Fitness Center Trainer to join their Fitness Team on a full time basis. This is a great career opportunity for an energetic and an enthusiastic person who is passionate about fitness and wellness and demonstrates the knowledge and skills to safely help members achieve their health and fitness goals.

Description: Guides members through initial and progressive training sessions in the areas of flexibility, aerobic conditioning and strength training. Greets users of the fitness center and encourages all members and guests to sign-in. Answers telephones and maintain files of program cards, testing and other information. Monitors fitness center; assists members with proper techniques, answers questions and provides information about health promotion and fitness. Schedules and guides members through orientations. Cleans and wipes down all exercise equipment and checks all areas within the facility for overall neatness and cleanliness. Performs Opening and Closing Procedures for the Fitness Center as needed. Assists the health and fitness staff in initial and continued development of services within the Fitness Department. Attends all training sessions and regular staff meetings; researches assigned projects and topics. Communicate member complaints and concerns to Fitness Director or Assistant. Records all member charges. Sets up and monitors exercise equipment. Promotes private lessons, group fitness classes and massage therapy.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science, Health Promotion, Nutrition or other health related field. Nationally recognized certification in personal training. Two or more years' experience in personal training. CPR and AED certification. Experience in customer service. Prefer experience in health club or the hospitality industry. Basic computer skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) Ability to follow written and verbal instructions. Attention to detail, above average communication and organizational skills.

Must be available for emergency and scheduled work requirements on evenings, weekends or holidays. Must be available to work flexible shifts and overtime if necessary. Must be a team player, willing to cover or trade shifts when necessary. Must be able to lift, push or pull up to 30 lbs., without restrictions. Requires long periods of time standing, frequent bending. Ability to work independently on assigned tasks as well as to accept direction on given assignments. Ability to work with others.

As a Vestavia Country Club Team Member, you must be friendly, outgoing and possess good communication skills. Our members and guests expect the best. As a Vestavia Country Club Team Member you play a major role in providing the best quality service possible. "Great Service with a Smile" is a key element in providing a positive experience. Your individual personality and smile should shine through -- use it to your advantage. You should be organized, able to think and act quickly and effectively while retaining self-composure. Be guest sensitive and possess a sense of urgency in your timing. Take pride in personal appearance and show dedication to your job. Display integrity and honesty in all aspects of your employment and you will become a successful VCC Team Member.

To Apply: Email resume: or apply in person at 400 Beaumont Dr, Birmingham, AL 35216 or call (205) 503-4976.

Contact: Angela Crigler / Human Resources Director / Vestavia Country Club / / (205) 503-4976


Financial Institution Specialist (Trainee)

Opportunity: The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is now accepting applications to fill career opportunities in its 2016 Corporate Employee Program (CEP) training classes. If you are selected for this highly-competitive program, you will be part of a select group of new recruits helping to ensure the stability of and public confidence in America’s banking and financial services industry. The selected individuals will perform mission-critical work, evaluating the financial condition of FDIC-insured institutions and protecting depositors and consumers from harm, traveling the country in a unique role that only a few experience. As a Financial Institution Specialist (FIS), they will gain a broad understanding of the banking industry and acquire the skills needed to keep up with ever changing developments within the industry. The four-year CEP training program will teach candidates everything they need to know to prepare for a career in either government service or the private sector, while earning a competitive salary with outstanding benefits.

The FDIC expects to fill at least 125 new FIS positions at locations around the country in 2016. Those positions are open to college and university students and recent graduates with major fields of study in economics, accounting, finance, business administration, and related fields and an overall grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.00. To help you advertise this exceptional career opportunity, I have attached the current FIS job announcement that provides details on the application process, job requirements, and available job locations.

Description: 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.

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 $53,005-$71,520 per annum, depending on location, with regular salary increases and an excellent vacation and benefits package.

We are currently accepting applications for the following locations:
Atlanta, GA; Austin, TX; Baltimore (Columbia), MD; Baton Rouge, LA; Birmingham (Shelby/Hoover), AL; Boston (Foxboro), MA; Boston (Lexington), MA; Chicago, IL; Columbia, MO; Columbia, SC; Columbus, OH; Dallas, TX; Des Moines, IA; Denver, CO; Detroit, MI; Fargo, ND; Grand Rapids, MI; Hartford, CT; Hays, KS; Hopkinsville, KY; Indianapolis, IN; Jackson, MS; Kansas City, MO; Knoxville, TN; Lubbock, TX; New York, NY; Orange County, CA; Philadelphia, PA; Portland, OR; Raleigh, NC; Richmond, VA; Salt Lake City, UT; San Juan, PR; Seattle, WA; Sioux City, IA; Tampa, FL; Wichita, KS

Qualifications: Students interested in pursuing this opportunity must be a recent graduate or a current student who will graduate by June 30, 2016. US citizenship. Completion 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 within 2 years* of the date of application or by June 30, 2016; 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. Completion before graduation 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.

To Apply: This announcement can also be accessed at the following website: The job announcement is currently open for applications through November 24, 2015. Once on the website, applicants should click on to apply. The best qualified applicants will be invited to Washington, DC, for interviews at FDIC expense during the week of January 25-30, 2016.

Contact: Olivia L. Miller / Examiner, Shelby Field Office, Birmingham, Alabama / FDIC | Division of Risk Management Supervision / (205) 733-9860 ext. 4117 / (205) 529-8729 /

Recruiter/Sales Management Trainee

Opportunity: TEK Systems is hiring for a Recruiter/Sales Management Trainee.

TEK Systems Inc. is a leading provider of strategic IT staffing and Global Services for 82% of the Fortune 500. Ranked #1 in the industry by IT Services Business Report for 11 consecutive years, we are the nation’s largest IT staffing firm. We leverage our core competencies to offer a wide array of IT services. As a division of our parent company, Allegis Group, TEK Systems has over 100 offices throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. A three billion dollar company, our best-in-class staffing and project delivery processes, coupled with the core values that guide our company culture, fuel our success.

TEK Systems offers great opportunities for advancement, personal and professional growth, and unlimited earning potential. IT markets are outperforming the rest of economy, and we are growing at a rapid pace. TEK System seeks professional individuals with competitive spirit, drive, team mentality, courage and commitment, who have demonstrated perseverance, and are looking to build a long term career in a sales driven environment.

Benefits of joining our team include: Growth potential within the organization including a defined career path for sales professionals. Thorough training on recruiting and sales with a concentration on the IT industry (no previous IT knowledge necessary). Opportunities for continued education and education assistance. Dynamic and diverse culture with a team-oriented environment. Unlimited earning potential, including a competitive base salary and uncapped commission structure

Job Duties Include: Develop recruiting strategies designed to identify qualified candidates through various recruiting tools. Match candidates’ strengths with clients’ requirements by evaluating, screening, and interviewing candidates. Negotiate wages, terms and conditions of employment with candidates, and gain a commitment from candidates for current and future job requirements. Complete necessary pre-employment processes including reference checks and background/drug tests. Manage contract employees while on assignment. Assess and investigate contractor related problems, and administer performance counseling, coaching, and disciplinary measures when necessary. Work with Account Managers to identify top accounts, target skill sets, key market segments, and assess clients’ staffing requirements. Communicate effectively with others in order to create a productive and diverse environment. Communicate with peers by sharing recruiting “best practices” and providing accurate, thorough documentation on applicant tracking systems or other documentation tools. Maintain relationships with industry contacts to provide exemplary customer service, gain industry knowledge, and obtain referrals and sales leads.

Qualifications: Must have a desire to build a career in sales. Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Marketing, Communication, Management or related field preferred. Prior experience in service-oriented sales is preferred. Excellent written and oral communication skills. A sense of urgency, excellent presentation skills, and a high standard of professionalism and character. A desire to learn and teach.

Comprehensive Benefits Package: Employees receive a competitive base salary, commission, and an exceptional benefits package including a 401(k) company matched retirement savings plan, parental leave and vacation, personal and holiday pay. Medical – BlueCross BlueShield Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) with a Health Savings Account (HSA). Dental – MetLife. Vision – Vision Service Plan (VSP). Insurance – Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D)

Contact:  Rachel Brookes | Regional Sales Recruiter - Southeast / 200 S. College St. Charlotte, NC 28205 / Office: 980-233-6307 |  /


Paid Internships


The YWCA Central Alabama is looking for 40 qualified women and men who are willing to dedicate a year of service from September 2015 – August 2016.


Benefits:  Living allowance of $12,530/year.  $5,730 educational award upon completion.  Health insurance.  Childcare subsidy and SNAP benefits for those who qualify.  Opportunity to serve with some of Birmingham’s premier nonprofit organizations.  Extensive personal and professional development.  Student Loan forbearance


To Apply:   Visit and click on the AmeriCorps link for details.   Please send questions, resumes, cover letters and three positions for which you would like to apply to


YWCA Information:

AmeriCorps Information:


Contact:   Angela Moore / Assistant Director of AmeriCorps / YWCA Central Alabama / 309 23rd Street North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203 / Phone: 205.322.9922 ext. 206 / Fax: 205.521.9652 / E-Mail:



Safety & Mission Assurance Directorate

Pathways Internship Program / Trainee / Engineer


Opportunity: NASA/John C. Stennis Space Center is pleased to announce a student trainee engineering vacancy announcement, for a position in the Safety & Mission Assurance Directorate (S&MA).  This is part of the Pathways Internship Program.


Description: S&MA provides engineering expertise in the areas of safety, risk, reliability, independent assessments and quality assurance for all NASA/SSC programs. S&MA serves as the "conscience" of the Center regarding safety and strives toward enhancing the success of the SSC mission.


Qualifications: You must be a U.S. citizen.  Requires GPA of 2.9 or higher on a scale of 4.0.  Enrolled or accepted in an accredited college/university at least half time.  Must work at least 640 hours prior to completion of degree course work.   Position is Excepted Service-Excluded from the Career Transition Program.


Salary:  $31K - $46K per year


To Apply:  Students must apply through USAJOBS.  Deadline July 16.  Students may view the posting via this link:


Contact:  Anita Douglass / NASA Pathways Internship Program  /  /  228-688-3698 



Marketing, Public Relations, Special Events Internship


Opportunity: The American Diabetes Association announces 5 open unpaid internship positions in Marketing, Public Relations and Special Events.

Work Schedule is Flexible.  Hours per Week: 15.  Employment Start Date: September 2015.  Employment End Date: December 2015.


The Birmingham office of the American Diabetes Association, the nation's leading health organization focused on diabetes, is seeking an energetic and outgoing Public Relations/Marketing & Special Events intern.


The American Diabetes Association (ADA) seeks a highly motivated, self-starting student who is passionate about public service. Intern will provide support to ADA staff and gain valuable skills and insights while assisting with public relations/marketing, event planning, corporate research and volunteer outreach for the American Diabetes Association throughout Alabama. ADA internships are unpaid, but we offer a flexible internship of one semester or up to one year with the ability to fit your educational needs and earn credits.


Benefits: Opportunity to work closely with professional staff at all levels (Director, Manager, Associate Manager) as well as some Board of Trustees.  Networking with other corporations including media outlets and other communication firms.  Gain working knowledge of public relations functions and tools.  Field experience in public relations, marketing and fund-raising.  Potential Career opportunity.  College credit available.


This internship will enable a skilled student to assist the ADA by working on important fund-raising cultivation events. This internship will provide the opportunity to gain experience in a variety of areas including:


Public Relations/Marketing: Media monitoring and analysis.  Media and marketing material production.  Ability to plan and execute a variety of events.  Development of press releases, media advisories, press kits, social media initiatives, etc. Implement national campaign messages.  Assisting with implementation of marketing strategies.  Strategic planning of brochure distribution.  Research and data entry projects.


Special Events: Help in planning and implementing special events.  Assist with phone calls and mailings to past and current participants, potential sponsors/volunteers.  Assist with cold-calling and donation asks.  Assist with day-of-event volunteer recruitment and management (includes attending event).  Attend committee meetings when possible.  Attend promotional events as necessary- occasional night or weekend hours.  Utilize social networks to promote events.


Duration: Fall 2015.  Hours: Minimum of 15/hrs a week are required


Qualifications: Currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student.  Major in public relations, marketing, communications or related field.  Minimum three years of college education (or completion of required prerequisite courses).  Knowledge of office tools (Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, Power Point, etc.).  Strong written and verbal communication skills.  Proficiency in database management and design of spreadsheets.  Interpersonal communications skills.  Excellent writing and research skills.  Ability to prioritize and handle a variety of assignments simultaneously.  No experience necessary, but attention to detail and accountability required


To Apply: Please apply online at

Contact: Emily Harvey / American Diabetes Association /





Description: Are you looking to get experience before you graduate with your Bachelor's degree? If so, this position serves as the company representative on assigned social media sites utilizing social media best practices to keep Infinity content current and engaging. Responds to customer feedback and inquiries received via social media channels and expands Infinity brand outreach and loyalty initiatives. Assists with projects.

Qualifications: Marketing, Journalism, Communications, or English major preferred. Bachelor’s degree preferred however not required. Strong practical understanding of and experience with Social Media to include thorough knowledge of all social media technologies. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Experience with researching and generating ideas and working under minimal supervision. Outstanding, error-free written communication skills. Requires independent thinking. Exhibits a high degree of professionalism and a sense of urgency and is able to monitor, prioritize and respond in near real-time. Must be able to express empathy towards customer’s perspective and understand diversity.

Opportunity: Infinity Insurance ranks among the top 50 insurance companies in the country with over $1 Billion in premium and more than 2,000 employees nationwide. We are proud to be the second largest writer of non-standard automobile insurance in America and growing. Since 1955, Infinity Insurance has understood that our clients' needs are as individual as they are. From patent-pending quote technology to innovative products, we consistently outperform the industry by making auto insurance more accessible, easier to understand and affordable. Today Infinity Insurance serves 44 states across the nation, and we are looking for top talent to add to our growing team.

Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, with growing operations in major metro areas including Los Angeles, Miami and Houston Infinity Insurance is a company built on shared values. Employees understand our commitment to a positive work environment and dedication to the utmost in service. Advancement opportunities include skill training and career paths for many positions. Benefits include being part of an organization that has consistently been recognized as a best place to work, a comprehensive benefit package including; medical, dental, and vision coverage as well as a generous 401(k) matching contribution; and a variety of work/life balance programs designed to meet employees’ needs.

We take the time to get to know our customers and recognize the importance of building long-term relationships – with our business clients as well as hardworking employees. In fact, over half our employees have worked here over five years.

To Apply:

Contact: Ian Diament, Consumer Relations Specialist / Infinity Insurance / / 205-803-8179


JUNE 2015



Reading Intervention Teacher


Better Basics is currently accepting applications for 24 part-time seasonal positions for Reading Intervention Teacher.  Certification is required.  RI Teachers help struggling readers who are below grade level in reading through small-group instruction.  Instruction is individualized to meet students’ needs and should focus on phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension.  RI Teachers work three days per week for twenty weeks between late September and March, according to the Better Basics and school district calendars.  A typical day consists of planning time and four thirty-five minute sessions with three to four students in each session.


Rate of Pay:$20 per hour.  Workweek Schedule:  9 to 12 hours per week.  If you are interested in joining the Better Basics team, please send a cover letter, resume with references, signed employment application and copy of teacher certification to  Teachers who were employed by Better Basics in the 14-15 school year and have resume on file must submit an employment application and cover letter only.


Deadline for Applications:  July 10

Interviews:  July 13-31

New Teacher Training:  September 23

All Teacher Training :  September 24



Valerie Eades / Better Basics / 211 Summit Parkway, Suite 108, Birmingham, AL  35209  /  (205) 944-2928 Ext. 303



Director of Student Ministries


First United Methodist Church ( of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is seeking a full-time Director of Student Ministries.  As vibrant congregation of 2500, First United Methodist Church influences their community with the core values of radical hospitality, passionate worship, international faith development, risk-taking mission and service, and extravagant generosity.  The Director of Student Ministries’ primary focus is to help students take their next steps to becoming life-long disciples of Jesus Christ.


Description:  Provide Leadership:  The Director of Student Ministries will oversee all youth ministry programming, supervise the youth ministry staff, and guide the youth department in implementing a sustainable ministry model.  Equip youth, families, and volunteers:  The DSM will recruit, equip, and build teams of youth ministry leaders and volunteers.  Develop relationships:  Develop relationships with students, families, and volunteers, as well as, provide opportunities for students to develop relationships with other students and youth ministry staff and volunteers.


Qualifications: A minimum of five years of experience in leading a youth program.  A Bachelor’s degree.  Ability to implement sustainable structures and vision for the youth program.  Strong leadership and organizational skills.  Ability to communicate well with parents and teams of staff and volunteers.  Alignment with the beliefs and practices of the United Methodist Church.


Contact:  Kate / First United Methodist Church Tuscaloosa / Tuscaloosa, AL /



Entry-Level Designer


Opportunity:  Pratt Industries, located in Bessemer, AL, is currently looking to start interviewing for an entry level designer to add to our team.  We are the 5th largest corrugated packaging company in the world, and the largest privately-held 100% recycled paper facility.  We are a multi-billion dollar company, and have over 50 locations nation-wide.  Within the corrugated industry, there are many plants closing, but we are the only company showing consistent growth, so this position would be a great starting point in the industry with plenty of opportunities for advancement.


Description:  Primarily the position would start out primarily as a CAD table operator and general office assistant.  I would gradually teach them how to use our specific CAD software, palletization optimization software, and corrugated strength programs to create designs of their own so they could eventually take on the position as a full structural engineer and manage their own projects from start to finish.


Operate CAD table to produce samples for customer approval.  Perform regular maintenance on CAD table.  Help with checking in cutting-dies for production.  Assist in restocking sample material.  Develop creative ways to enhance design/sales collaboration.  Work collaboratively with Design Manager, Sales, and Customer Service to develop customer concepts.  Learn to convey concepts with quick sketches and CAD software.  Assist design manager with laminating printed graphics for mock-up samples.  Responsible for project development record keeping - file naming/part numbering, utilizing project management system.  Develop Bill of Materials (BOM), Specifications, Tops palletization reports.  Assist with presentation of abstract ideas, and provide technical support to Sales staff as needed.


Position is ideal for someone looking to start a career in a creative environment as an entry level Corrugated Structural Designer in a fast-paced environment. Candidate will produce corrugated samples and mock ups by operating a CAD table while learning ArtiosCAD software to create their own designs by studying design features, researching & developing board engineering techniques and approaches; validating designs; maintaining documentation to comply with ISO 9001 standards.


Qualifications: Understand basics of corrugated, wood, foam, and plastic, and how they can be used in the design/display environment. Must be able to multitask between projects to meet multiple conflicting deadlines. Understand the environment we work in is dynamic and changes often.


Degree in Industrial Design, Packaging Design, Design Engineering or specialized Engineering Degree from an accredited institution. Reasoning Ability.  Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions. Ability to visualize and communicate potential solutions to problems with minimal information.

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have a proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite as well as basic computer skills. Any knowledge of CAD software, TOPS/CAPE, Adobe Illustrator is a plus.  Ability to draw and conceptualize in "3D".  Drafting experience, either on CAD system or by hand.


Personable/team-player.  Highly motivated.  Self-starter.  Detail oriented.  Quick learner.  Creative problem-solver.  Computer-literate/Tech-savvy.


Contact: Wesley Taylor / Structural Design Engineer / Pratt Industries Birmingham /



Postal Inspector Interns (and Fulltime)


Fulltime Opportunities:  The United States Postal Inspection Service will be opening their online hiring portal on Monday, June 22, 2015.  It will close the following Friday night (June 26).  Applicants must have a four year accredited degree and be between the ages of 21 and 37. 


Internship Opportunities:  Unpaid intern positions are available in the United States Postal Inspection Service – America’s premiere federal law enforcement agency.  Attached are documents needed to apply for the USPIS internship program.  I have offices in Mobile, Montgomery, and Birmingham (Huntsville and Florence are served from Birmingham).  Several of my previous interns are currently U.S. Postal Inspectors and many more work for other federal law enforcement agencies.


Websites:  /


Contact: Tony Robinson, Postal Inspector / US Postal Inspection service / 205-326-2908  /



Sales Representative


Opportunity:  Leanne Dickinson’s State Farm Agency is now hiring fulltime entry-level Sales Representatives.


Work Schedule: M-Th 8:30-5, F 8:30-4:30, Hours subject to change (some Saturdays may be required).

Pay: Base salary plus a commission scale based upon performance.

Employment Start Date: August, 2015.

Interviews will start early July.


Description: This position will be for a sales representative – the employee will be selling both over the phone and in person.  They will be required to undergo training and licensing.  They will also be working in service, adjusting policies and writing new ones as needed


Qualifications:  By the start date of employment, the applicant must have a state license in either Life/Accident/Sickness, or Property/Casualty.  By the time of the interview, none of these are required.  Majors Considered: Preferably business related


Desired Qualities:  Ethical and Honest.  Excellent communication skills - written, verbal and listening.  Excellent interpersonal skills.  Organizational skills.  Self-motivated.  Interest in marketing products and services based on customer needs.  Proactive in problem solving.  Dedicated to customer service.  Able to learn computer functions.  Pride in getting work done accurately and timely.  Ability to work in a team environment.  Ability to multi-task.  Ability to make presentations to potential clients.  Achieve mutually agreed upon marketing goals.  Enthusiastic about the role insurance and financial products play in helping people manage the risks of everyday life, recover from the unexpected, and realize their dreams.  Ability to assess client needs and conduct effective interviews.


Contact:  Adam D. King  /  Life/Health Sales Representative  /  Leanne Dickinson’s State Farm Agency  /  200 B Y Williams Sr Dr, Birmingham, AL 35228  /  205-923-7334 /



Ministry Assistant


Lawrenceburg United Methodist Church ( is a well-established church in the community of Lawrenceburg, KY, who is committed to leading unified missions and ministries in Christ for the transformation of the world. 


Opportunity:  This worshipping congregation of 100 - 125 seeks a full-time Ministry Assistant who will oversee the youth program and will help in leading worship.  


Description:  To provide leadership in youth programming and missions, develop relationships with the youth, families, and congregants, and provide support in the weekly worship and day-to-day ministries of the church.


Qualifications:  Education in youth and music ministry.  Experience that demonstrates success in youth and worship ministry.  Servant leadership skills and the ability to lead teams with a team work attitude.  Spiritual role model.  Strong organization skills.  Strong computer skills with proficiency in presentation software.  Alignment with the beliefs and practices of the United Methodist Church.


Contact:   Pastor Karen Stigall, Lawrenceburg United Methodist Church, Lawrenceburg, KY,



Director of Greek Life / Assistant Director of Community Engagement


Opportunity:  Samford University is now hiring for two fulltime professional positions:  Director of Greek Life and Assistant Director of Community Engagement.


Director of Greek Life:  The job description can be found on the website:


Assistant Director of Community Engagement:  The Frances Marlin Mann Center for Ethics & Leadership at Samford University is seeking an enthusiastic, collaborative leader to coordinate existing community initiatives, develop new strategic partnerships, and assess the impact of community engagement on both students and the local community.


As the primary contact for community service/service-learning initiatives on campus, the Assistant Director for Community Engagement will work closely with students, faculty, staff, and community partners to develop programs that connect campus resources with community needs and develop student understanding of the challenges of the least of these in the community.


About Samford University:  The mission of Samford University is to nurture persons in their development of intellect, creativity, faith, and personhood.  As a Christian university, the community fosters academic, career, and ethical competency while encouraging social and civic responsibility, and service to others.  The university has more than 4,900 students, of which approximately 3,000 are undergraduate students who reside primarily on campus.  Community engagement is an important part of the campus culture, with students spending over 500,000 hours in the community during the past year.


Contact:   Cameron Collins, Assistant Director of the Mann Center / Samford University, Birmingham, AL /


YWCA / Central Alabama

Communications Specialist / Donor Relations Specialist


YWCA of Central Alabama is hiring for two entry level positions in the YWCA’s development and communications office effective August 1. 


Communications Specialist – Seeking a candidate who is internal website and social media savvy, great attention to details, experience/proficiency in basic graphic design software (In Design, Adobe Creative, etc…), and videography/photography passion a big plus.


Donor Relations Specialist – Seeking a candidate with keen attention to detail to manage our donor database.  This position is heavily administrative and will manage gift entry and receipting.  It will also have a big volunteer committee management component.  A firm understanding and appreciation for all that is Emily Post is a big plus.


Full job descriptions can be found on website:


Contact: Maggie McDonald, MSW / Senior Director of Development / YWCA Central Alabama / 309 23rd Street North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203 / 205.322.9922 ext. 304 /



Domestic Violence Services / Healthy Relationships Program


Opportunity:  YWCA Central Alabama’s “Building Communities, Bettering Lives” AmeriCorps program is recruiting 40 members for the 2015-2016 program year. Men and women from Alabama and around the country are invited to apply for the one year of full-time capacity building and direct service through August 2016 benefitting the YWCA and its non-profit partner agencies. Specifically, the YWCA is seeking Healthy Relationships AmeriCorps Members who will facilitate an evidence-based curriculum in area middle and high schools aimed at helping students recognize the difference between healthy relationships and abusive relationships.  The YWCA is actively recruiting for the 2015-2016 term and plan to fill all positions by August 3, 2015.


Description:  The YWCA Central Alabama offers the Healthy Relationships Program for area middle schools and high schools free of charge.  The program utilizes the Safe Dates curriculum, an evidence-based curriculum that has been designated as a Model Program by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and was selected for the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP), receiving high ratings on all criteria.  Safe Dates helps teens recognize the difference between caring, supportive relationships, and controlling, manipulative, or abusive relationships.  It is during the critical pre-teen and teen years that young people begin to learn the skills needed to create and foster positive relationships.  With Safe Dates, a highly engaging and interactive program, young people are given the tools needed to build these skills. 


Ideally, the program is facilitated in its entirety – which is nine 50-minute sessions, however, YWCA Healthy Relationships staff work with schools to accommodate their needs, and tailor the program to fit each school’s availability.  Session topics include: defining caring relationships, defining dating abuse, why people abuse, how to help friends, overcoming gender stereotypes, equal power through communication, how we feel & how we deal, and preventing sexual assault. 


Facilitators work with school administrators, counselors and teachers to recruit schools for the program, coordinate scheduling and implement the program.  In addition to pre and post tests, facilitators present a one-month follow-up evaluation for participants, and are responsible for disseminating and collecting all evaluations and tests for statistical and reporting purposes. 


The other major role of Healthy Relationships AmeriCorps Members is to serve at numerous outreach events & fairs in the community sharing information about domestic violence & the YWCA’s DV services.  AmeriCorps Members will be trained thoroughly in the dynamics of domestic violence so they feel equipped to lead trainings in the community.  Some outreach events are speaking engagements, while others are “fairs” and only require AmeriCorps Members to distribute brochures and talk one-on-one about the YWCA’s domestic violence services as people come to the table to request information.  


To Apply: Visit:


Contact: Angela Moore / Director / YWCA/AmeriCorps / / 309 23rd Street North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203 / Phone: 205.322.9922 ext. 182 / Fax: 205.521.9652



Account Coordinator


Description:  The primary role is to assist the account team and clients (automotive dealers) with day-to-day tasks. You will gain experience working with automotive dealerships across the country and focus on their marketing programs. You will have the opportunity to work with many internal teams including: media, traffic, digital/broadcast/print production, and creative to ensure client expectations and deliverables are met.


Summary: Provide daily administration and assistance to Account Executive.  Provide back-up relief to other Account Teams.  Coordinate clients projects under the direction of the AEs.  Knowledgeable of processes to execute jobs throughout the agency.  Post client budgets and calendars to server.  Update client status reports.  Prepare and issue weekly playbooks for your client roster.  Prepare client meeting prep for AE review.  Prepare sales charts.  Upload items for compliance.  Create all job jackets for graphics jobs.  Add tasks to task list for AEs.  Prepare Budget Recaps.


Qualifications:  College degree in advertising, marketing, communications or related field.  Fluent in English and Spanish a plus.  Must possess strong computer skills; proficient in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).  Ability and willingness to learn in-house software and platforms (Workamajig and Mavenlink).  High endurance and energy level—works until the client/company’s needs are met.  Organized with attention to detail and accuracy.  Strong interpersonal skills; Comfortable on the phone with clients and professional in-person demeanor.  Solid verbal and written skills are a must.  Excellent proofing skills.  Superior time and project management skills.  Ability to juggle multiple tasks with strong attention to detail.  Highly motivated, self-starter who can handle large tasks without a lot of day-to-day handholding.  Ability to work in a fast-paced environment under pressure and meet tight deadlines, and an appetite to grow within an organization.                                                                                                                                                    


Contact: Joyanne West, Account Coordinator / Strong Automotive Merchandising / 201 Office Park Drive, Suite 220, Birmingham, AL 35223 / Email: / Tel: (205) 907-0570 /  (205) 313-4000 / (205) 313-4071 / Web:



Sales Representative


Opportunity:  Willcox and Allen, Inc., a conveyor systems integration firm in the Birmingham area since 1951, is looking for a sales representative. The applicant will assist in expanding the client base, while learning the mechanical workings of conveyor equipment. Eventually, this applicant will become a full time outside sales representative.


Description:  The applicant will follow a 2-year training plan, learning the details of conveyor equipment, basic sales skills, drawing on AutoCAD, and project management. They will start out assisting the sales team in expanding the customer base by finding sales leads. Eventually they will begin to develop their own clients and begin to work as a sales person.


Contact: Craig Allen, Vice President / Willcox and Allen, Inc. / Irondale, AL / 205-254-8051 /


Sales Intern


Opportunity:  Are you looking for an internship that will give you hands-on experience and competitive earnings?  As an Aflac Sales Intern you will gain work experience in a professional business-to-business sales environment that will allow you to balance work, studies and fun, while being backed with the support of a Fortune 500 company and industry leader.


Description: Use the power of social and in-person networking to reach CEOs, business owners and HR managers to determine which voluntary benefits programs suit their employees best.  Make a difference by connecting with existing policyholders to provide service and support.  Build and maintain client relationships by working the Aflac Way


Benefits:  Collaborative culture and work environment.  Sales coaches and mentors to help you build your business.  Cash scholarship opportunities for qualified candidates.  High brand awareness, supported by national advertising campaigns.  Competitive commissions.  Add professional work experience to your resume by gaining hands-on experience.  Kick start your career by participating in an internship program that could lead to a job that moves where you need it to.


Qualifications:  Desire to help others and make a difference.  Drive and determination.  Vibrant personality and professional presence.  Entrepreneurial and team spirit.  Desire to work with the leading provider of voluntary benefits at the worksite.


Contact:  Missy Brooks, District Administrator / Aflac / Lanza & Associates LLC / 4505 Pine Tree Circle Suite 201 / Birmingham, AL  35243 / Ph 256-223-6306 / Fax 877-389-9931  /


Women's Leadership Internship


Opportunity:  MOMENTUM is a non-profit executive women's leadership program. Its curriculum operates on a semester system, starting in September and closing with a graduation ceremony in May.


MOMENTUM Women’s Leadership Internship Program is seeking an Undergrad/Grad Student Intern for Academic Year 2015-16.  Position is Part-time, approximately 15-20 hours per week.  This internship opportunity is available beginning August 2015. Past interns have come from these majors: Business, Non Profit Administration, Women’s Studies, Pre-Law, Family Studies, English, PR/Marketing, Leadership Studies.


Description: Duties include preparing materials for the sessions and support of office clerical and social media needs. There are also opportunities to engage in supervised projects for school credit as well, which have occurred with students from UAB, BSC, and Samford.


General Duties:  Mail merge, create envelopes and labels; organize and sort information; maintenance of data lists; create flyers, invitations, documents; assist in presentations.  Research.  Compiling and organizing.  Editing/composing drafts of letters and proofing documents.  Ordering office supplies.  Recording feedback from surveys and compiling information.  Running various errands.  Prepping materials for and assisting on sessions days.  Take digital pictures.


Qualifications: Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Publisher, Power Point).  Ability to learn new skills on the job and use them.  Organized, reliable, good work ethic.  Independent worker.  Car with up to date license and insurance.  Use of Office equipment, Email, phone.  Professional business etiquette.  Storing and updating correct contact information in Outlook address book, Word directory, and Excel database.


Location: MOMENTUM’S office is located in historic Pepper Place Showroom on Birmingham’s Southside.


Contact: Tina Upshaw, Operations Coordinator / MOMENTUM / 2821 2nd Ave South, Suite B-1 Birmingham, AL 35233 / Email: / Tele: 205 321-6100 / website:



Internship Program


Purina/Nestle Internships for 2016 are now posted and ready for students to apply! We've started recruiting earlier than ever this year in hopes we can begin building a relationship with top students around the country.


Our interns work hand-in-hand with leading professionals in the field on real-time projects in their disciplines. We’re a global organization known widely as a ‘Best Place to Work’. Our culture continuously dares us to Stand Taller and ask “what’s next?”


We have internships available in marketing, accounting, and finance.  We will also begin seeking candidates in July for fulltime entry-level positions and for our Management Development roles.


To Apply:  Use our Career Connexion App to determine which positions might be the best fit for you.


More Info:


Contact:  Amanda Pirtle / Purina Nestle /



Medical Scribe


At PhysAssist Scribes we hire and train medical scribes to work alongside physicians in emergency departments around Alabama and across the country.  We are now offering this great experience with our new teams in Birmingham, AL!


Scribes provide real-time charting for physicians by shadowing them throughout their shifts.  As a scribe you will:  Work side by side with physicians as they see patients.  Document the patient history and chief complaint.  Document the physical exam and procedures.  Record x-ray, lab, and diagnostic test results.  Prepare plans for follow-up care.


If you are an undergraduate or alumni Pre-Health Student, in the Birmingham area, and looking for a way to increase your clinical experience, this may be the perfect opportunity for you!  Check out our website:  Fill out one of our online applications. 


Contact:  Andrew Matson / PhysAssist Scribes /



Financial Services Representative


Opportunity:  As a Financial Services Representative, you will work directly with individuals, business people, and families to help them navigate through and secure their financial future. Discover a career that can’t be offshored or outsourced.  At MassMutual Alabama, a MassMutual general agency, you’ll be part of an entrepreneurial system with the freedom to provide solutions for your clients from a broad portfolio of innovative products, access to powerful sales tools, and a large resource network so you can focus on activities that get results.


Description:  Prospecting for clients through networking and referrals.  Developing and maintaining long-term relationships with clients.  Providing financial solutions for clients through fact gathering and needs analyses.  Expanding personal knowledge and skills through ongoing professional development and joint work with fellow associates.


Qualifications:  Strong interpersonal skills and customer service focus.  Market development/networking abilities.  Presentation and organization skills.  Strong work ethic, self-motivated and goal-oriented.  BA, BS, and/or graduate degree or equivalent work experience required.


Notes:  Results-driven compensation and access to a competitive benefits package including medical and dental, life and disability insurance, and thrift and pension plans are available for qualified Financial Services Representatives.


About MassMutual:  Founded in 1851, MassMutual is a leading mutual life insurance company that is run for the benefit of its members and participating policyowners. The company has a long history of financial strength and strong performance, and although dividends are not guaranteed, MassMutual has paid dividends to eligible participating policyowners consistently since the 1860s. With whole life insurance as its foundation, MassMutual provides products to help meet the financial needs of clients, such as life insurance, disability income insurance, long term care insurance, retirement/401(k) plan services, and annuities. In addition, the company’s strong and growing network of financial professionals helps clients make good financial decisions for the long-term.


MassMutual Financial Group is a marketing name for Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) and its affiliated companies and sales representatives. MassMutual is headquartered in Springfield, Massachusetts and its major affiliates include: Babson Capital Management LLC; Baring Asset Management Limited; Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers LLC; The First Mercantile Trust Company; MassMutual International LLC; MML Investors Services, LLC, Member FINRA and SIPC; OppenheimerFunds, Inc.; and The MassMutual Trust Company, FSB.


Contact:  Katelyn George, Recruiting Director/ Mass Mutual / Two 20th Street North, Suite 1500, Birmingham, AL 35203 / (205) 244-8614 /  /    



Accounting Summer Internship


Partners Tax & Accounting needs an Accounting Summer Intern.  The internship runs from June to August.  Interns will do administrative work as well as basic tax and bookkeeping work.  There may also be an opportunity to assist with some law practice work involving estate planning and business law for existing accounting clients. This is a great opportunity for learning!


Contact:  Brett S. Sheedy, CPA, MBA, JD, LLM, President/Director of Tax Services / Partners Tax & Accounting, LLC / 1516 20th Street South, Suite 1, Birmingham, AL 35205 / Phone:  205-933-0104 / Fax: 205-933-0105 / Email:  /  Website:



Health Care Representative


Opportunity:  Princeton Baptist Hospital in Birmingham is now seeking candidates for a Health Care Representative. HCRs act as advocates and meet with patients and their families daily. They are responsible for tracking every application they receive and obtaining high rates of successful outcomes.  If you appreciate helping people and possess great communication and computer skills, this is your opportunity.


Description:  Work effectively with hospital employees and patients.  Interviewing clients in a hospital setting and/or home visits to assist the clients in obtaining maximum benefit coverage.  Completion of applications for state and federal programs (including Health Exchange/Marketplace programs), reviewing medical records and taking all necessary action to expedite benefit approval.  Achieve and maintain certification designation as “Certified Application Counselor”.  Adherence to company and legal standards regarding Protected Health Information (PHI), Personal Identifiable Information (PII) and Personnel Transaction Identifier (PTI).  Maintain ongoing communication with government agencies regarding the status of claims.  Provide updates and assistance to hospital staff as needed.  Maintain documentation of status of claims and client contract on hospital computer systems.  Making a determination to take a Federal, State or Local program application based upon medical definition of disability as it relates to body systems and to functions of daily living, and information contained in medical records.


Qualifications:  4 year college degree preferred.  Knowledge of federal and state programs that will benefit coverage for the client.  Demonstrated experience working with people of various educational and socioeconomics background preferred.  1-3 years of relevant hospital and healthcare experience.  Possible foreign language skills, as required by geographic location.  Proficient with computer skills and tablet devices including Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint).  Ability to travel.  Professional & polished demeanor.  Strong work ethics and confidentiality.  Time management skills and attention to detail.


Resumes can be emailed to:


Contact: Suzanne Tarver / Assistant District Manager / Chamberlin Edmonds / Birmingham, AL / Direct: 866.407.4399 /



Member Positions


Opportunity:  The YWCA Central Alabama’s “Building Communities, Bettering Lives” AmeriCorps program is recruiting several Members for the 2015-16 program year. Men and women from Alabama and around the country are invited to apply for the one year of full-time capacity building and direct service benefitting the YWCA and its non-profit partner agencies.


Along with the YWCA Central Alabama, AmeriCorps members will serve directly with Alabama Environmental Council, Birmingham Bar Volunteer Lawyers, Food Bank of Central Alabama, Freshwater Land Trust, Girls on the Run, Heart Gallery of Alabama, The Mayor’s Office of Civic Engagement, Norwood Resource Center, One Roof, Pathways, Railroad Park, Safehouse of Shelby County, Traveler’s Aid Society, Woodlawn Foundation, YMCA Northeast Branch and YouthServe.


Members are key components in providing much-needed services in local schools, to persons experiencing homelessness, in child development facilities, for victims of domestic violence, with economic and environmental empowerment, through community enrichment and leadership development.


A national service initiative, AmeriCorps is akin to the Peace Corps, and is for those desiring to commit to at least one year of service nationally, rather than internationally. Since its inception in 1994, more than 900,000 AmeriCorps members have contributed over one billion hours in service to their country while leveraging millions of community volunteers. Local YWCA AmeriCorps members served more than 53,000 hours in 2013-2014, benefitting the metro-Birmingham area, Shelby, Blount and St. Clair counties.


Partnering with AmeriCorps through Serve Alabama and the Corporation for National and Community Service, the YWCA Central Alabama and its partner agencies have been able to further change the lives of people in need and reshape the fabric of our community. 


The YWCA Central Alabama is a United Way organization that is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. For over 110 years, the YWCA Central Alabama has been responding to the needs of women, children and families. The YW’s programs and services serve women, children and families by providing: affordable child care for families; child care and after-school enrichment programs for homeless children; affordable housing; a broad array of domestic violence services; and social justice programs.


Notes: In addition to receiving great experience and training, AmeriCorps members receive the following benefits: $12,530 AmeriCorps living allowance for the year (which is paid out bimonthly), a $5730 educational award at end of service year that can be used for past student loans or future schooling, health insurance for full-time members, and a childcare subsidy available for qualifying members. To be qualified for our positions, a potential applicant must have a passion for carrying out the YWCA's mission and serving the community, a bachelor's degree or some college completed, and the ability to pass an extensive background check and citizenship clearance.


To Apply:  Interested parties should select three positions in which they are interested. Applicants should then attach a resume and cover letter listing three choices for which they desire to be considered to During their AmeriCorps interview, applicants will be interviewed by the supervisors from the three programs in which they are most interested, so including these choices on their cover letters is very important.


More Information:



Angela Moore / Director / YWCA/AmeriCorps /

Kimmie Farris / AmeriCorps Administrator / YWCA Central Alabama /

309 23rd Street NorthBirmingham, Alabama 35203 / Phone: 205.322.9922 ext. 182 / Fax: 205.521.9652



Marketing Internship


Business Systems & Consultants is offering a Marketing Internship position for the summer.  The internship would mostly involve doing Market Research.  Flexible Schedule.  Office is in Hoover.


Contact: Michelle Lee / Operations Manager / Business Systems & Consultants / / Office: 205-988-3300 x214 / Fax: 205-985-9510 / 113 Little Valley Court Birmingham, AL 35244 /



Career Opportunities


Liberty National Life Insurance Company has Immediate Openings for Qualified Candidates.  We are looking for entry level and management candidates.  Liberty National is a 115-year old financial services company who specializes in individual and work site benefits in the Birmingham Metro Area.  Candidates will be handling claims, servicing and advising clients, as well as insuring new and existing clients. 


Contact: Chryseis Griffin / Liberty National Life Insurance / 100 Chase Park South, Suite 100, Birmingham, AL 35244 / 205-985-8718 /



Legal Assistant / Internship Program


Opportunity:  The U.S. Department of the Treasury has a distinguished history dating back to the founding of our nation. As the steward of U.S. economic and financial systems, Treasury is a major and influential leader in today’s global economy. We have over 100,000 employees across the country and around the world.


The Office of Chief Counsel is the largest tax law firm in the country. The Office of Chief Counsel serve America’s taxpayers fairly and with integrity by providing correct and impartial interpretation of the internal revenue laws and the highest quality legal advice and representation for the Internal Revenue Service.


The IRS Office of Chief Counsel is looking to hire a part-time student for a Legal Assistant position.  The work schedule is approximately 16-32 hours per week.  Students must currently be enrolled in college and taking at least a half-time course load to be considered for the job.   Please visit and search for the following vacancy announcement.


Description:  Preparing and assembling documents; Maintaining legal files and documents; Receiving/Reviewing incoming and outgoing correspondence; Utilizing software programs such as Microsoft Access, Microsoft Outlook, WORD, EXCEL, PowerPoint in preparing correspondence.


Qualifications: This opportunity is open to U.S. Citizens who are Students enrolled on at least a half-time basis, or accepted for enrollment, and seeking a degree (diploma, certificate, etc.) in a qualifying educational institution; have at least a cumulative (overall) 3.0 grade point average or higher on a 4.0 scale; remain in good academic standing; and be at least 16 years of age.


Notes:  Job Announcement Number: CCSH-15-PP04.  SALARY RANGE:   $28,553 - $45,190/ Per Year.  Duty Locations 5 Vacancies in Birmingham, AL, Jacksonville, FL, Indianapolis, IN, Baltimore, MD, Richmond, VA.  ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED THROUGH USAJOBS WEBSITE.  Apply by Thursday, June 4, 2015.  For additional information regarding the Pathways Program, please refer to the following website:


Contact: Kathy M. Parker / IRS Office of Chief Counsel / Office Manager Atlanta/Birmingham / 401 W Peachtree St NW, Ste 1400, Stop 1000-D, Atlanta, GA 30308 / Work:   (404) 338-7973 /  Also Contact: Shirley Hillyer / 469-801-1028 /



After School Positions


Better Basics is currently accepting applicants to work in our HOPE afterschool program in Fairfield, AL.  Interviews will be scheduled May 28th through July 17th.  Staff training will be held July 27th to August 5th.  School will begin August 6, 2015.


Afterschool Teacher I:  Candidates with classroom and camp experience are preferred.  Teachers are needed from 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday – Friday from August 2015 – May 2016, according to the Fairfield City Schools calendar.


Teachers will be responsible for guiding all students in successful participation in the HOPE Center program.  A short daily planning/preparation period is provided prior to student arrival.  Teachers will provide health and nutrition instruction, physical fitness, administer snack, assist with homework, and ensure good classroom management during enrichment vendor rotations.  Every Friday, Teachers will be responsible for creating and leading lessons utilizing technology.  Teachers should be proficient in the use of iPads and web-based applications for laptops.  At the close of each day, Teachers will lead character development activities.


Workweek:  17.5 hours, Monday – Friday, 2:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.  Work Status:  Part-time, Seasonal. Pay Range:  $11.00 - $12.50/HR.


To apply, please send a cover letter, resume (with references) and completed employment application to


Afterschool Aide:  Aides are needed 2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday from August 2015 – May 2016, according to the Fairfield City Schools calendar.  The right candidate will have a positive classroom management style and an enthusiasm for helping all children succeed.  Aides will provide health and nutrition instruction, physical fitness, administer snack, assist with homework, and ensure good classroom management during enrichment vendor rotations.  Aides will be responsible for student safety and record accuracy during student check-in/check-out.


Workweek:  15 hours, Monday – Friday, 2:30 – 5:30 p.m.  Work Status, Part-time, Seasonal.  Pay Range:  $8.50 - $10.00/HR.


To apply, please send a cover letter, copy of your resume (with references)(and indicating applicable classroom/camp experience) and completed employment application to


Afterschool Teacher II (Certified Teacher):  Certified teachers will begin instruction to students at 3:45 p.m.  Teachers are responsible for creating learning centers (based on literacy and math) from the materials provided by Better Basics that are suited to a multi-age classroom.  Each afternoon, Monday – Thursday, teachers will assist two groups of students in 45 minute rotations.  Class size is approximately 15-20 students from multiple grades (kindergarten – sixth).  Teachers Aides and volunteers will be provided.  Teachers will focus on assisting students with completing homework and engaging students in hands-on learning in centers.  Rotations end at 5:15 p.m.  Additional planning time is required either before or after instruction.


Workweek:  4 days, Monday – Thursday (August 2015 – May 2016),  Class from 3:45 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.   Work Status:  Part-time, Seasonal.  Pay Range:  $45/Day.


To apply, please send a cover letter, copy of your teaching certification, resume (with references) and completed employment application to


Notes:  The employment application, along with more information about Better Basics can be found at  Substitutes also needed.  If you have a passion for helping children and flexibility in your schedule, please apply.


Contact: Valerie Eades / Better Basics / 211 Summit Parkway, Suite 108, Birmingham, AL  35209 / Phone: (205) 944-2928 Ext. 303 / Fax: (205) 945-8159 / /



Assistant Association Manager


Associa McKay Management is looking for a recent college graduate to join our team.  We manage homeowners associations and condominiums in Birmingham and surrounding communities. We are looking for an Assistant Association Manager.


Contact:  Ashley O'Brien (BSC Alum) / Associa McKay Management / 5 Riverchase Ridge, Suite 200, Birmingham, AL 35244 / 205-733-6700 / /


MAY 2015



Retail Sales Associate


If you are ready to jump start your retail career, a part time Sales Associate position with HH Gregg may be the perfect solution.  Our top sellers come from all types of backgrounds, from seasoned sales pros to the food and beverage industry, to customer service reps. Our lucrative commission program and outstanding benefits options provide excellent rewards for our associates.


Although experience with appliance, electronics or furniture is preferred, if you have a winning attitude and a commitment to help our customers find the best solutions for their home needs, we can train you on the rest. With our industry leading sales and product training, our promote from within culture and company growth we may be the one stop destination for your career as well.


Are you ready to start your new, exciting career with HH Gregg?   Our Trussville store is looking to fill positions now.  You can apply on our careers website,   Or apply in person at our Trussville store: 3679 Roosevelt Blvd, Trussville, AL 35235.  And when you call or stop into the store, please mention that you heard about this opportunity from the posting at Birmingham Southern College.


Contact: Paul Fairbanks, General Manager / HH Gregg / (205) 661-1050



Marketing Internship


Sloss Music & Arts Festival will be taking place July 18-19 in Birmingham.  And you can be a part of this big event!  Slossfest Interns Wanted!  Do you want to work or have fun?  Or both?  Learn more about this mind-blowing internship opportunity with Telegraph Branding!


Telegraph Branding is an up and coming branding agency in Birmingham that is seeking Marketing Interns with positive attitudes, lively personalities, sparkling senses of humor, and big, inexhaustible brains that are full of ideas.  If you like to work hard and have fun, you are the perfect candidate for this short-term engagement with the Sloss Music & Arts Festival.  Join us as we brainstorm marketing and promotional ideas for Slossfest.  Take your brain out for some real world exercise and gain some serious professional experience!  Meet new friends!  Network with industry professionals!  Get free admission to Slossfest!


Contact:  Mark Jamroz / Director of Strategy / Telegraph Branding / Birmingham, Alabama / 205-602-0408 /



Financial Analyst


Opportunity: Asurion has an entry-level Financial Analyst position open at its corporate HQ in Nashville.  They are looking for someone with strong analytical and communication skills. This is a great place to start a career in a fast moving environment with a company that is technology focused and on the cutting edge of integrating technology into our daily lives.  Nashville is a great place to live and Asurion is a great place to work.


Description:  Asurion is seeking a candidate to fill the position of Financial Analyst for the Americas FP&A organization. The Americas FP&A team has responsibility for the development and consolidation of the annual operating plan for the Americas region as well as for monthly regional forecasts and reporting. This position will provide critical financial analysis, oversight, and partnership with multiple operational FP&A teams across America’s business to assist in driving decisions through fact-based financial data and analytics. The ideal candidate will have financial competence, strong business acumen, knowledge of financial analysis tools and techniques, critical thinking proficiency, and solid communication skills. The candidate must be customer-centric and be able to balance the demands of a rapidly growing, complex entrepreneurial environment where ingenuity, rather than precedence, drives how things should be done.


Responsibilities:  Development and maintenance of critical business reporting and modeling tools to turn data into accurate and relevant information with limited direction.  Ability to interpret data and use data as the basis for business decisions.  Ability to identify and correlate cross-functional data for use in reporting tools and reports.  Assistance with monthly forecast process and support of strategic financial planning.  Delivery of consistent and accurate financial, statistical, & KPI reporting.  Interact positively and pro-actively between departments to promote a team work philosophy.  Automate and create more robust processes where appropriate and applicable.  Coordinate flow of information and assimilate data necessary to prepare required reporting.  Serve as a resource for the Americas FP&A team by: Consolidating inputs, loading finance systems, and validating accuracy.  Providing monthly reporting including variances to Plan, KPI and Forecast.  Provide other analysis as requested and/or deemed appropriate.  Promote the company’s Core Values and adherence to those values.


Qualifications:  Bachelor’s Degree (preferably Finance or Accounting).  MBA, CPA, or CMA a plus.  0-3 years of experience.  Ability to communicate data results to management as well as across various disciplines.  Self-directed individual with a strong ability to manage ambiguity, adapt readily and easily to changes in priorities, and deliver assignments on time with minimal supervision.  Self-confident, competent, and independent with strong problem solving skills.  Willingness to take on additional tasks and expand on current responsibilities with minimal direction.  Fits well in an environment that rewards bright, self-starting, energetic, and action-orientated team members with increasing responsibility and challenge.  Professional individual with a strong work ethic and is a demonstrated team player.   Strong PC skills including a high proficiency in Microsoft Excel.  Knowledge of business analysis and reporting tools


Work Environment:  Position is located at Asurion’s Grassmere headquarters in Nashville, TN.


Contact:  Ford Ray (BSC '08) / Asurion / Nashville, TN / (256) 318-4148 /


Job Fair  /  Tuesday, May 19   /   9:00 am – 3:00 pm   /   500 Century Park South, Suite 100-A  Birmingham, AL 35226


Collegiate Admission & Retention Solutions (CARS) is a collegiate contact center that services colleges and universities across America with lead qualification, enrollment, and retention.  Founded in 2002, we have experienced exponential growth each year as the demand for higher education increases.  We are currently seeking to add more members to our current team of Student Information Specialists.  We have openings for Full- and Part-Time positions between the hours of 10am and 10pm.  Join us on Tuesday, May 19th to meet with one of our on-site managers!  Please bring a résumé to the Job Fair and be prepared for a brief interview.


Can’t make the job fair?  There are several ways to apply:

--Send a résumé via email to

--Send a résumé via fax to 205.313.2090

--Visit our website at


Contact: Wendy Thompson / HR Manager / Collegiate Admission & Retention Solutions / 500 Century Park South Suite 100, Birmingham, AL 35226  /  205.776.6808 Fax 205.313.2090  /



Admission Counselor


Opportunity:  Birmingham-Southern College has an opening for an Admission Counselor.  Located in Birmingham, Alabama, BSC is a four-year, private institution that consistently has been identified in recent years as one of the top liberal arts colleges in the country for its academic quality and its value. The college currently enrolls 1,200 undergraduate students and is a sheltering institution for Phi Beta Kappa.  For more on the college’s talented faculty, staff and students, educational mission, and national reputation, visit


Description:  The Admission Counselor will attend college fairs, visit high schools, and other events in order to establish and maintain relationships with high school counselors, prospective students, and parents. Must also plan and execute 6 – 8 weeks combined fall and spring recruitment travel within assigned geographic territory and attend to other assigned programmatic responsibilities.                                                                                                                                                                                  

Qualifications:  The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree; must be a self-starter with strong planning and communication skills. Must have the ability to articulate the value of a private, liberal arts education.  Preference will be given to candidates with prior Admission recruiting experience, preferably in a private liberal arts setting.


To Apply:  Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and BSC application to:


Note:  BSC complies with the Alabama Child Protection Act of 1999 and E-Verify. EOE.


Contact:  Jennifer Waters / Director of Admission / Birmingham-Southern College / 900 Arkadelphia  Box 549008 Birmingham, AL 35254  /  / /  (800) 523-5793 toll free /  (205) 226-4653 voice



Office Associate


Opportunity: The Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama (¡HICA!) is a statewide 501(c)(3) organization that engages and empowers Alabama’s Hispanic community and its numerous cultures as an economic and civic integrator, social-resource connector, and statewide educator. ¡HICA! was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Birmingham. For more information, visit


HICA is seeking candidates for an Office Associate position.  The Office Associate is often the first point of contact for ¡HICA! constituents. As such, the Office Associate is expected to operate with a professional demeanor and present an image that upholds the core values of the organization. The Office Associate is responsible for the smooth flow of the reception area and performs some administrative duties and support to the Administrative Team. This position is non-Exempt.


Description:  Answers the office telephone in a professional manner, takes messages, triages calls with support from Strong Families Team Leader, directs calls appropriately to other staff.  Cheerfully welcomes constituents and assists with intake process.  Assists Administration with tasks such as ordering supplies, working on Bienvenidos a Birmingham Resource Guide, managing office copiers, etc.  Collects mail daily.  Opens and records checks on a daily check log.  Makes weekly deposits.  Maintains order of reception area.  Maintains and uphold the policies and procedures of ¡HICA!.


Qualifications:  High School diploma or GED, college preferred.  Bicultural - Bilingual English/Spanish.  Strong communication skills in English and Spanish (written and verbal) are essential.  Professional demeanor, organized, takes initiative, and problem solver.  Interact with constituents in a manner that reflects ¡HICA!’s core values.  Computer literate and fluent in Microsoft Office Suite.  Prior work experience in an office setting a plus, but not necessary.  Valid driver’s license, automobile insurance and reliable transportation.


Compensation:  Salary Range - $8:00 to $12:00 per hour, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama Health, and Dental insurance paid at 100% for employee, retirement plan with up to 3% matching after one year of service, generous PTO package.


To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to


Contact:  Angélica Meléndez / Office Associate / Strong Families Program / ¡HICA! Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama / 117 South Crest Drive Birmingham, AL 35209  /  (205) 942-5505  /



AmeriCorps Positions


Opportunity: YWCA is Recruiting for 40 AmeriCorps Members.  We are gearing up for a busy summer at the YWCA Central Alabama filling 40 AmeriCorps positions which are set to start on September 1. AmeriCorps is not a job, or volunteerism, but is akin to the Peace Corps and is for men and women with a desire to serve in local non-profits like the YWCA Central Alabama and our partner agencies for one year of full-time service.  These positions are available for degreed candidates, or applicants with some college experience.  


Benefits include:  Stipend of $1000/per month (in lieu of a salary.  Educational award of $5730 upon completion.  Student loan forbearance.  Health Insurance.  Child Care Subsidy.  Food stamp assistance for those who qualify.  Possible flexibility in scheduling.  This an opportunity to serve 38+ hours per week with some of Birmingham’s premier nonprofit organizations.  Extensive professional development, networking and group interaction.  And it’s Fun!


 To Apply:  Please visit our website at and send a resume, cover letter and three choices for positions which you would like to interview to No phone calls please.


Contact: April McMaster, Executive Assistant to the CEO / YWCA Central Alabama / 309 23rd Street North Birmingham, Alabama 35203  /  Phone: 205.322.9922 ext. 303  /  Fax: 205.521.9652  /



Residence Life Coordinator


Opportunity: Residence Life Coordinator (Graduate Assistant) is a 12 month, live-on, graduate student position within the Department of Housing and Residence Life. The RLC reports directly to the Director of Housing and Residence Life and is considered a member of the leadership team for the department.


Description:  The primary responsibilities of the RLC include community development initiatives, encouraging a positive living environment for residents, offering advisement for programming efforts, and supervising student staff members within the residence halls. He/She shall assist in the administration of all residence life activities, programs, and events.  The RLC will create a residence hall environment that serves to educate students about their roles and responsibilities in the community; this includes community expectations such as Housing and Residence Life policies and procedures, Housing Community Standards and the AUM Code of Conduct.  Through interaction, intervention and initiatives, the RLC will assist in empowering students to be positive community members and encouraging them to be culturally appreciative and respectful citizens.  The RLC is required to reside in his/her area of responsibility. This person works with undergraduate staff in providing for overall development and implementation of the educational, social and cultural programming initiatives as well as a variety of administrative and operational functions involved in building management. He/She will have the opportunity to build relationships and mentor fellow staff and residents. The RLC position provides for professional growth and development, direct field experience, and intimate exposure to a diverse array of student residents in a living and learning environment.


Qualifications:  Must have completed undergraduate coursework and have obtained a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university.  Be enrolled or pending acceptance into the Auburn University at Montgomery College of Graduate Studies.  Demonstrate evidence of leadership, management skills and show strong administrative skills.  Demonstrate the ability to develop and implement residence hall developmental programming.  Demonstrate the ability to interact and work well with staff and students of diverse backgrounds.   Demonstrate the ability to work with student groups and committees.   Exemplify personal integrity and professional behaviors in all areas.


Responsibilities:  Establish, advertise, and uphold 20 office hours per week.  Perform on-call duties and responsibilities at designated times each month.  Supervise the resident assistant staff within the residential community.  Recruit, select, supervise, and evaluate student work-study staff.  Develop and maintain resident assistant staff desk hour/on-call schedules.  Serve as a resource for student staff and residents, while creating initiatives to enhance the development of positive and strong community in the residence hall.  Assist in the responsibility of day-to-day administrative operation of the residence hall.  Assist in the check-in/check-out process during the opening and closing of the residence at the beginning and the end of the academic semesters as well as holiday or vacation periods.  Maintain an accurate log of anticipated and completed programs planned and presented by the resident assistant staff.  Work with the Senior Program Associate to monitor payroll related functions and complete payroll related functions associated with student staff.  Monitor and report the day-to-day custodial and maintenance functions for the building area.  Assist in developing community policies and procedures.  Evaluate issues and make referrals to the Director as necessary. Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings and all training periods.  Consistently enforce rules, regulations, and policies as prescribed by Auburn University at Montgomery and the Department of Housing and Residence Life.


Terms of Employment:  Shall work 12 months per year in a residential community area.  Shall reside in the area which he/she supervises in an apartment furnished by the Department of Housing and Residence Life.  Shall be granted departmental tuition coverage for six hours per academic semester; the RLC shall also receive compensation for services in the form of free housing, including cable, telephone services, and utilities; as an additional supplement, the RLC shall receive a stipend of 500 dollars per month in the form of a university scholarship applied to his/her student account.  Shall not violate any Auburn University at Montgomery or Housing and Residence Life policies, realizing that failure to uphold expectations may result in termination of employment.


Contact:  Iyisha J. Hampton / Director, Housing and Residence Life / Auburn University at Montgomery / Phone: 334.244.3674 / Fax: / 334.394.5915 / Email:



Youth Minister / Children’s Minister / Music Minister 


3 Part Time paid positions.  Could be combined to one full time. Flexible hours, pay negotiable, housing available.


First United Methodist Church is located at 8390 U S Hwy 43 Guin AL 35563 (80 miles from BSC).


Youth Minister: background in youth ministries/activities ,ability to teach Doctrines and Disciplines of United Methodist Church, and can help youth achieve their own relationship God, provide counsel, and be creative and energetic.


Children’s Minister: background in children’s ministries, listen to and respond to the needs of children in a mature, loving fashion.


Music Minister: background in Traditional music primarily, Contemporary optional, Ability to play piano and/or organ and other musical instruments, to direct church choir, manage and provide regular church as well as seasonal worship services,Good organizational, planning, and communications skills


Contact: Rev. Belinda Freeman / First United Methodist Church / 8390 U S Hwy 43 Guin AL 35563 /  (205) 300.2552 /


Communication Director


Opportunity:  The General Commission on Religion and Race (GCORR) of the United Methodist Church (UMC) is responsible for ensuring institutional equity, diversity and intercultural competency at every level of the church. GCORR provides an opportunity to work with talented people in support of a mission. We are a dynamic, evolving organization that values a strong work ethic, strategic thinking, teamwork, and mutual respect. We are in search of a Communications Director to complete and compliment our team.


Description:  The Communications Director will provide strategic communications direction and tactical support for the General Commission on Religion and Race. The Communications Director is expected to exhibit creative initiative, exercise confidentiality, and multi-task effectively. The primary role of this position is to develop and guide the strategy for all communications collateral, including print and interactive online content, social media sites, and external messages to consistently articulate GCORR’s mission and vision. Reporting directly to the General Secretary, the agency’s top official, this director will be a key partner in helping GCORR support the UMC’s goal of attracting more people, younger people, and more diverse people to the denomination.


Responsibilities:  Create and implement an annual strategic communications plan that best publicizes GCORR’s Ministry Model and core work to target stakeholders and key audiences.  Develop and guide the strategy for all communications collateral, including print and interactive online content, social media sites, and external messages to consistently articulate GCORR’s mission and vision. Manage, lead, and supervise communications team.  Track and measure the level of engagement reached across each GCORR communications platform as well as with targeted stakeholder groups.   Provide strategic and creative thinking, with the confidence to introduce new perspectives and approaches to challenges and assigned projects.


Qualifications:  A strong commitment to GCORR’s mission, values and goal of promoting intercultural competency. At least 3-5 years of communications experience, especially managing projects as well as staff and/or consultants. Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field of study. Excellent project management skills with strong attention to detail, and demonstrated ability to work independently and complete tasks in a timely manner. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to interact with a wide variety of people both internally and externally.  Excellent writing/editing and verbal communication skills.  Flexibility and willingness to take on a variety of tasks, which small organizations often require, along with an ability to work effectively in a highly collaborative, team environment.  Experience developing and implementing effective communications strategies.  A proven track record as an implementer who thrives on managing a variety of key initiatives concurrently.  Must be a self-starter who is able to work independently, and entrepreneurial; enjoys creating and implementing new initiatives.


Compensation:  Annual salary range $70,000 -$80,000 depending on experience, pension, benefits, 22 days of paid vacation/sick leave, comprehensive medical, dental and accidental death insurance; other benefits as outlined in the Employee Personnel Manual. This is a full-time exempt position with 25 percent travel.


Notes: The position is located in Washington, DC – paid relocation is assistance is negotiable.  The General Commission on Religion and Race is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, age, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation or any other legally protected status. Denominational membership is not required.


To Apply: Send a cover letter, resume and your thoughts about the commission’s values and vision ( by June 1, 2015. Incomplete applicant information will not be considered.  Send application information to:  Or:  Ms. Frances J. Roberts, AGS Administration/Human Resources, 100 Maryland Ave NE #224, Washington, DC 20002-5625.



IT Business Analyst


Opportunity:  Management Solutions, international consulting firm, is now hiring for an Entry Level IT Business Analyst for their Birmingham, AL office.


Description:  Design and development of business solutions.  Systems integration, information systems management, implementation of special tools, application development and systems strategy. Evaluation and analysis of the impact of system implementation projects.  Strategic analysis regarding internal organization and governance of financial entities.  Analysis, design, and implementation of actions or procedures to minimize impacts of coexistence periods in the framework of implementation projects.  Collection and organization of user requirements prior to tailoring treasury or investment banking systems, including front office trading platforms, middle office tools, datamart reporting systems, back office systems, credit and market risk systems, etc.


Qualifications:  Recent graduates at Bachelor or Masters level with a GPA of at least a 3.0 in Computer Science, Engineering Management Systems or the like. Mature and hard working. Strong writing and communication skills.  Integrates easily into multidisciplinary teams.  Willing to travel.


Desired skills:  Foreign languages (especially, Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese and/or German). Postgraduate studies or specialized courses are an asset.  Interest/experience in the financial industry.  Proficiency in the use of MS Office applications.


We seek people with a robust academic track record who thrive on hard work and desire to excel and learn constantly; people who are dynamic, mature, dependable, and who integrate easily into multidisciplinary teams.

Applicants for employment in the United States must possess work authorization, which does not require sponsorship by the employer for a visa.


Management Solutions is an equal opportunity employer. We value the diversity of our team members. We offer An opportunity to work.… on the most significant consulting projects in the industry … for the largest companies, the leaders of their respective markets … side by side with the top management of these companies as they face national and international challenges … with an extraordinary team of professionals whose corporate values and culture constitute a benchmark for the industry.


The development of our professional career is based exclusively on the personal performance of each of our consultants. In our firm, there are no limits or barriers to professional development. We have established an annual evaluation system based solely on objective criteria, which enables us to determine the performance and skills or our employees in a completely transparent way.


Management Solutions attaches special importance to the training plan of its people. Our consultants have numerous training opportunities throughout their professional career. Through our training courses (official programs for each professional category and specific skill development symposiums) we provide the best opportunities for widening knowledge while combining efficiency, speed and a tailored fit to our work schedules. 


To Apply:  If you are interested in this opportunity, please send cover letter, résumé and unofficial university transcripts to:


Management Solutions is a leading business consulting firm whose core mission is to deliver business, risk, financial, organizational and process-related advisory services, targeted at both functional aspects and the implementation of related technologies, focusing mainly on financial services and on the energy and telecommunications industries.  Management Solutions has more than 1400 professionals working in offices in the United States, Spain, the UK, Germany, Poland, Switzerland, Italy, Portugal, China, and the most representative countries in Latin America.

For more information visit our website:


Contact: Laura de Santos / Management Solutions /



Nursery Worker


The Nursery Worker is a part-time staff position reporting to the rector that focuses on the care of the children of the parish prior to and during Sunday church services and other services/engagements as agreed upon.


Qualifications:  Experience working with children 0-7 years old.  Patience and love for children.  Agree to and undergo a background check.  Be a person of Christian ethics & solid character.  Provide 3 references outlining character and experience.    CPR/First Aid Certification.  High School Graduate.  Completion of Safeguarding God’s Children Course.


The church will reimburse the Nursery Worker for fees associated with completion of a CPR Certification course (Infant and Toddler CPR).  Safeguarding God’s Children is a 3 hour web based course required in the Episcopal Church for any person having contact with a child. 

Duties of the Nursery Worker


Description:  Arrive at the church 15 minutes prior to start of service to set up room and prepare to receive children.  Stay after worship service to ensure all children are back with parents and the room has been cleaned up.  Provide childcare for infants and toddlers (Ages 0 - 7) during the worship services and Sunday school.  Keep track of current supplies and provide notification of needed supplies (diapers, snacks, etc.)  Maintain nursery cleanliness by wiping down all used toys with disinfectant wipes after every use.  Discuss with Nursery Liaison any concerns about children when necessary.  Be willing to assist with activities geared toward children during the worship service (i.e. All Generations services, Children's music during worship service, Pageants).  Communicate with the parents of the children about the time spent in the nursery.  Put away toys, wipe off all surfaces and ensure no food is left on the floor at the end of each event.


Terms of Employment:  The Nursery Worker will be paid $15 per hour. The Nursery Worker will be scheduled to work 3.5 hours each week (8:30 - noon).  The Nursery Worker will be paid on a monthly basis.


Contact:  Kristy Riley / The Episcopal Church of the Holy Apostles /  424 Emery Drive, Hoover, AL 35244  /  205-988-8000  /


APRIL 2015



Program Manager


Opportunity:  Alabama Possible is hiring a Program Manager!  We are looking for a new program manager to steward our programs, particularly our college access and success work.  We are looking for someone who has 2+ years professional work experience and a graduate degree.  A background in social work, education, or counseling would be particularly useful, because our work is pivoting to include both college access and success.  We are looking to fill this position by July, and preference will be given to candidates who express their interest before May 8.


Alabama Possible is a statewide nonprofit organization that partners with higher education and faithbased organizations to strengthen awareness about poverty and its causes while advocating for factbased policy decisions statewide.  Our programs include: College Access and Success (To increase educational equity by increasing the number of Alabama students who pursue and complete a college education, particularly among low-income

students, first-generation college-going students, and students of color).  ServiceLearning (By working with its more than 20 member campuses and community partners to create effective poverty-focused service-learning

programs that meet academic and service goals).  Civic Engagement (To increase Alabamians' knowledge about the causes and impacts of structural, multigenerational poverty, and encourage the public to apply that knowledge through service, advocacy, and philanthropy).


Description: The Program Manager will provide leadership to staff and volunteers, manage and enhance AP’s programs and services, and serve as an advocate for clients and other stakeholders. The Program Manager will report to the Executive Director and will supervise program coordinators, AmeriCorps*VISTAs, student interns, adult volunteers.  Plans priorities and strategies for staff based upon program goals and evaluations.  Identifies, works with and explains programmatic metrics to partner organizations.  Oversees daily operations (i.e. work schedule, data entry, paperwork) of program staff.  Oversees the organization and maintenance of administrative files and program information.  Organizes and monitors staff participation in training opportunities and community events.  Identifies and secures partnership growth opportunities.  Organizes and implements programs and events.  Represents AP at events.  Proactively develops relationships with external audiences to convey AP’s message.  Compiles and analyzes research data. Assists in developing new program and grant opportunities.  Develops training modules for staff and volunteers.


Qualifications: AP seeks a professional with at least two years of experience to help facilitate many of its programs, including its college access and success programs. The ideal candidate is a self-starter who is comfortable working on a team within a multi-faceted and fast-paced environment and possesses an understanding of systemic poverty and its various causes.  Excellent written and oral communications skills.  Exhibits strong attention to detail.  Initiates activities and work independently.  Able to collaborate and work on teams.  Deadline-oriented and shows initiative in taking on new tasks and projects.  Demonstrated experience working in diverse environments.  Sense of adventure and ability to adapt to dynamic situations.  Able to seek out information, solutions to problems and other relevant opportunities.  Able to learn to and utilize a variety of information technologies competently; exceptional PowerPoint and Excel skills required; Mac OS X experience a plus


Other Requirements:  At least 2 years of professional, full time work experience. Graduate study does not substitute for work experience.  Graduate degree in social work, education, counseling, public administration, or related field.  Willingness to work weekends and evenings and travel throughout Alabama as necessary. Possession of a valid driver’s license, a reliable car, and proof of current automobile insurance.  Complete and pass all background checks and clearances.


Compensation:  Salary commensurate with experience.  Health and dental insurance provided by the organization; vision coverage also available.  Generous vacation, sick leave, and paid holiday schedule.


To Apply:  Submit your cover letter, resume, and a writing sample to Kristina Scott via email to with “Program Manager” in the subject line.


Contact: Kristina R. Scott / Alabama Possible / 1016 19th Street South, P.O. Box 55058, Birmingham, AL 35255 / 205.939.1408 voice / 205.933.7774 fax /   /



Summer Internship


Opportunity:  Are you interested in pursuing a career in banking? If so, BBVA Compass provides an engaging 10 week summer internship that will enable you to gain valuable experience within the banking industry.

Program Structure


Description:  The 10 week program will consist of an Orientation week, an 8 week department-specific assignment, and a final Closing week. Below is a brief description of what to expect in each phase of the 10 week program.   Week 1 will be held in Birmingham, AL at BBVA Compass Corporate Headquarters for Orientation activities which include Line of Business overviews, executive speakers, group project assignments, and networking opportunities.   Weeks 2-9 will be held in one of our major metro markets, depending on assignment. During this time you will work in your assigned department with a structured curriculum. During each week, a half-day will be set aside to work on a group project that will be presented to company representatives in week 10.   Week 10 will consist of additional training, networking, and interns’ final presentations held at the Corporate Headquarters in Birmingham.


Qualifications: Pursuing a degree in computer science, management information systems, or related business field.  Rising senior at a 4-year university.  Minimum overall GPA of 3.0.  Honesty & confidentiality.  Team player.  Excellent verbal & written communication skills.  Ability to manage change and uncertainty.  Ability to multitask.  Experience in a leadership role preferred.  Previous related experience preferred.  Authorized to work in the US without the need for visa-related sponsorship by the employer.


Notes:  Remaining Potential Locations and Opportunities

Birmingham, AL.  RESL Reporting and Analytics (Digital Banking).  Core Banking Technology Loans.  IT- Network Services


To Apply: Please visit  Job Numbers:  2015-88551,  2015-88559,  2015-88609


Contact: Ms. McCall Cunningham / Human Resources / University Recruiter / BBVA Compass Bank / 300 North Coit Road Richardson, TX 75080 / Phone: 972-705-2882 / Email:



Director of Child Care Center


Opportunity: First United Methodist Church of Trussville Alabama is seeking a Director for its child care center. 


Description: The Director will be responsible for managing the staff, finances and general operation of the center. 


Qualifications: Candidates must have a Bachelors degree in Early Childhood/Elementary Education, Family and Child Development or equivalent degree plus three years of supervisory/administrative experience. The candidate should demonstrate knowledge in the areas of child development, personnel and fiscal management, financial planning, and communication.


For the full job description and qualifications go to


To Apply: Submit resumes or inquiries to


Contact:  First United Methodist Church of Trussville  /  Mollie Lyle (205)655-3259  /  William L. “Bill” Phillips III  (205) 251-8306 



Fulltime Internship


The US Army Corps of Engineers is now hiring Fulltime Interns.

Locations:  Homewood, AL and Mobile, AL .

Job Posting: 

Job Announcement Number:SCGU156389521363659P

Series/Grade: GS-0499/0899/1399-04

Salary: $28,553.00 to $76,131.00 Per Year

Deadline to Apply:  Thursday, April 30, 2015


Contact: Shannon Johnson, Chief, North Branch / US Army Corps of Engineers / Mobile District Regulatory Division / 218 Summit Parkway, Suite 222, Homewood, AL 35209 / 205-290-9096 (office) / 205-941-9809 (fax) /



Part Time Runner


Leitman, Siegal & Payne law firm, in downtown Birmingham, is looking for a part-time Runner.


Contact: Rachel Goodson / Firm Administrator / Leitman, Siegal & Payne, P.C. / 420 20th Street North, Suite 2000, Birmingham, Alabama 35203 / Direct Dial: 205.986.5062 / Fax: 205.986.5012 /



Receptionist / Dance Teacher


Children’s Dance Foundation is looking for front desk receptionists and dance teachers for summer and fall.


Front Desk Receptionist:  Welcome people into the building, answer phones and provide information and assistance;  customer assistance including dancewear sales, class and event information, accepting student account payments, light typing and database entry, general support as needed.  Requirements include:  friendly, pro-active personality, high school diploma, some college or college degree and customer experience preferred. 


To Apply: Send resume and cover letter or email message detailing availability in summer 2015 and the 2015-16 school year to: Lori Taylor,


Dance Teacher:  Teach creative movement class with a musician to young children  in our studios as well as in community settings.  Candidates must enjoy teaching young children and bring creativity and enthusiasm to each class.  Requirements include a degree in dance or a degree in theatre or related field with dance training, and at least one year of teaching dance.  Training in this curriculum and professional development opportunities will be provided.


To Apply:  Send resume and cover letter or email message detailing availability in summer 2015 and the 2015-16 school year to:  Heidi Stoeckley, 


Contact: Diane Litsey / Executive Director / Children’s Dance Foundation / 1715 27th Court South, Birmingham, AL 35209 / 205/870-0073 x 109 voice / 205/870-1301 fax /  /



Summer Internship Positions


Opportunity: The Jefferson County Department of Health is currently accepting applications for 12 Summer Intern positions. The deadline for accepting applications is April 30, 2015.  Attached are the internship descriptions and application.


Description: The purpose of the internship is to afford students the opportunity to gain actual work experience in a public health setting.  In addition, students will acquire skills and knowledge useful to their careers and will learn from the interaction with technical experts in their chosen fields.  The JCDH will in turn receive valuable assistance in the development and implementation of our programs. 


Qualifications: The intern must be able to minimally exhibit the following: knowledge of business English, spelling, grammar and mathematics; ability to deal courteously and tactfully with the general public; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions; ability to analyze facts, exercise sound judgment and to arrive at sound conclusions; ability to use modern office methods, techniques and equipment; and the skills in using a computer.


Eligibility: Summer Intern (Classification No. 92732 Unclassified): Student must be currently enrolled in an accredited university/college and have completed their freshman year.  Also, students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5.


Positions Available: 


--Disease Control / Summer Intern (Prevention and Epidemiology Division)

Jefferson County Department of Health Prevention and Epidemiology Division conduct surveillance and investigate notifiable illnesses and conditions of Alabama.  This also includes outbreaks of various nature as well as Foodborne Investigations.  The internship allows students to assist with investigations and other activities related to follow up of various diseases.  The experience includes learning investigative techniques as well as interviewing skills.  Epidemiological analysis and some computer skills are useful for this position. Investigation could include visiting homes, hospitals, schools, child care facilities and long term care facilities.    Interns work very closely with our Disease Intervention Specialist.


--Emergency Preparedness / Summer Intern

Jefferson County Department of Health (JCDH) Emergency Preparedness and Response Division is the lead agency for dispensing the antibiotics of the Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) in the event of a public health emergency in the Birmingham MSA. “Points of Dispensing” or POD sites are pre-determined locations readily accessible to the community for the dispensing of these medications. POD sites are usually large public buildings such as schools or recreational centers that are well known to the community and allow for easy access, parking and traffic control. Each POD must have a site-specific plan which addresses staffing (both public health and volunteer), security and dispensing issues uniquely associated with that community and location. GIS may be incorporated to assist with this process and in mapping at risk populations within communities.  The goal of this internship will be to visit each of these sites