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JOB|INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

 

DECEMBER 2019

 

CONGRESSWOMAN TERRI SEWELL

Congressional Internship

 

Opportunity: The 7th Project is seeking applicants for our 2020 Congressional Internship Program!

 

These internship opportunities in the Washington office of Congresswoman Terri Sewell are fully funded by The 7th Project. Interns are provided with housing on a college campus in Washington D.C. as well as a stipend for meals and travel.

 

Applicants must have ties to Alabama's 7th Congressional District although they may attend college anywhere.  They must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA in college and demonstrate financial need to be considered for the program. Interested students may learn more and apply at www.The7thProject.com.  Applications must be received by March 13, 2020.

 

Internships in Congresswoman Sewell's Birmingham, Montgomery, and Selma offices are available as well and include a stipend.

 

Contact: Emma Tolbert | 205-549-0053 | the7thprojectal@gmail.com

 

M1 SUPPORT SERVICES

Govt Contract Worker

 

M1 Support Services, a government services contractor, provides a variety of professional, technical, and maintenance services to the Department of Defense and other government agencies.

 

We offer a competitive salary and a generous, comprehensive benefits package to our employees effective on the first day of employment.

 

You can view all of our current openings by visiting the M1 careers page:  http://www.m1services.com/careers.html

 

Or go directly to our Job Search (by location):  https://asp1.humanic.com/pls/m1ss/hapss_index.apss

 

M1 is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

 

Woman-owned, disabled veteran, business

 

Contact: Susan Mical, Recruiter | M1 Support Services | 300 N. Elm Street | Suite 101 | Denton, TX 76201 | Phone: (940) 453-3943 | Email:  susan.mical@m1services.com

 

YWCA/AMERICORPS

Community Service Paid Internship

 

Opportunity: YWCA Central Alabama Offering Paid Community Service Through AmeriCorps

 

Graduation is approaching for many and we have some great positions for AmeriCorps members who would be able to start at the first of 2020. AmeriCorps is similar to Peace Corps, but for persons who wish to provide capacity building and direct service here in the United Sates.

 

We also have a wonderful, full-time job on our AmeriCorps team. It’s for a Compliance Coordinator. All applicants can email angelasar@ywcabham.org.

 

YWCA Central Alabama is currently hiring seven (7) AmeriCorps members for its Building Communities, Bettering Lives AmeriCorps program. Remaining service positions include: Birmingham Education Foundation, YW Family Violence Center, Firehouse Shelter, YW Interfaith Hospitality House, and Junior Achievement.

 

Benefits include: Stipend of $1200/month (pre-taxes). Educational award of $4266 or $3047 for members upon completion. No cost health insurance for full-time members. Student loan forbearance and interest accrual. Child care subsidy and SNAP eligibility for full-time members who qualify. An opportunity to serve with some of Birmingham’s premier nonprofit organizations. Extensive personal and professional development.t

 

AmeriCorps positions start immediately and conclude August 14, 2020. All positions are available until filled and are full-time, Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Men and women 21 and older are encouraged to apply. A passion for serving the community and commitment of one completed year is expected of all.  

 

To Apply: Please email a resume, cover letter and three choices for which you desire to be considered to: americorps@ywcabham.org. Phone calls and unscheduled visits are discouraged.

 

Contact: Angela Scott Abdur-Rasheed | Director of AmeriCorps | T:  205.322.9922 ext. 206 | F:  205.521.9652 | E:  angelasar@ywcabham.org

 

BABYSITTER

 

Opportunity: Part-time Babysitter needed.

 

My husband and I are looking for a part-time babysitter to take care of our twin boys, age 7, for this school year beginning in December and ending at the beginning of June. Days needed are Monday’s, Tuesday’s, and Thursdays from 2-6 PM.

 

Responsibilities include picking them up from school and driving them to and from their activities, help with homework, meal preparation and tidying up as needed. Occasionally we will need someone to stay late so a flexible schedule is preferred. We both work full time so need someone who is prompt and reliable. We will provide a car to transport the boys around.  We look forward to meeting a good candidate for our family!

 

Contact: Mary Pat Weiss

Address: 2901 Montevallo Road, Birmingham, AL 35223

Phone: 202-297-3103

E-Mail: marypatlawrence@gmail.com

 

MIDWEST VETERINARY SUPPLY

Warehouse Associate

 

Midwest Veterinary Supply (MVS), a full-line distributor of veterinary products and services, currently has positions open that may be of interest to the clients you work with.  The following link will take you to a job posting for a Warehouse Associate at our Birmingham, AL location:

 

https://theapplicantmanager.com/jobs?pos=mv830&fs=1.0em

 

Our corporate office is located in Lakeville, Minnesota and we have branch locations in Alabama, Indiana, Iowa, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin, plus a call center in Maryland.  MVS employees enjoy a positive, professional, and safe work environment.  We strive for strong employee engagement through a variety of activities that range from ongoing professional development to employee appreciation celebrations to sporting event outings.  Positions at MVS cover a wide variety of experience levels in multiple disciplines such as Sales, Marketing, IT, Accounting, and Warehouse.  Job openings at MVS have included Shipping Clerks, Help Desk Technicians, Sales Representatives, Marketing Specialists, and Pharmacists. 

 

Feel free to contact me if you have questions about the job mentioned above or would like to discuss additional opportunities at MVS.

 

Contact: Paul David, Human Resources | Midwest Veterinary Supply | 21467 Holyoke Avenue, Lakeville, MN  55044 | Direct:  612-322-6413 | Fax:  952-641-6488 paul.david@midwestvet.net

 

NEW BEGINNINGS

UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Youth/Children Minister

 

Position Title: Minister to Children and Youth

Opening Date: November 25, 2019

Closing Date: January 17, 2020

 

New Beginnings United Methodist Church located in Birmingham, Alabama is seeking to hire a part-time Minister to Children and Youth. The Minister to Children and Youth is responsible for developing programming and ministries that guide children and youth through their early stages of faith development. The Minister to Children and Youth works with the pastor, church staff, ministry coordinators, and volunteers in planning, executing, and evaluating all children and youth programs and ministries of the church. An associate’s degree and a minimum of 3 years of experience are preferred. Interested candidates should contact Sonia Gallimore for information on how to apply. The deadline to apply will be January 17, 2020.

 

Contact: Sonia Gallimore

Address: 2133 32nd Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35207

Phone: (205) 261-1666

Email: songal2007@gmail.com

Website: www.newbeginningsbham.org

 

Also: Dr. Dedric A. Cowser, Senior Pastor | New Beginnings United Methodist Church | 2133 32nd Avenue North, Birmingham, Alabama 35207

Office: (205) 328-3937 | Mobile: (205) 578-2415

www.newbeginningsbham.org | dedric.cowser@umcna.org

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Govt Positions

 

A job announcement for the following positions has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close December 13, 2019:

 

Revenue Auditor

Librarian I

Accountant I

Corrections Officer Trainee

EMA Planner

 

Contact: Nina Eggers | Montgomery City-County Personnel

ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov | 334-625-2675

 

HESTER SELLERS ATTORNEY AT LAW

Office & Claims Associate (PT)

 

Opportunity: Part-time (approximately 4 hours per day, 3 days per week) Office and Claims Associate sought to be responsible for reliable and efficient support of attorney that manages a self-funded risk management trust.

 

Office and Claims Associate must demonstrate a desire and ability to: think proactively and analytically; organize efficiently and effectively; display attention to detail and accuracy; add value to business operations; and communicate effectively with a diverse group of professionals and non-professionals, with courtesy, diplomacy, and tact.

 

Description: Office and Claims Associate to be responsible for undertaking a wide variety of administrative and claims related tasks, including: Prepare and edit documents and correspondence, including letters, transactional and claims documents, and reports in a professional and efficient manner. Maintain electronic files and document databases, including but not limited to organize, maintain, and redact electronic file contents. Excel database data entry. Process invoices and payments utilizing QuickBooks and Excel. Answer incoming telephone calls and respond to inquiries in a courteous and professional manner. Research and respond to inquiries and requests for information.

 

Skills and Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred. Relevant experience of minimum one year preferred. Strong typing and word processing skills (Microsoft Word). Strong skills in Microsoft Excel. Knowledge of or ability to learn basic usage of QuickBooks. Basic understanding and knowledge of bookkeeping concepts, utilizing Excel and QuickBooks. Knowledge of or ability to learn basic usage of Adobe Acrobat. Ability to work independently and collaboratively. Ability to handle and adjust effectively to competing deadlines and priorities. Willing to learn / take direction. Strong organizational and communication skills. Analytical thinker.

 

To Apply: Please email to Lucy Hester Sellers (OCA@HESTERSELLERS.COM) of Lucy Hester Sellers, Attorney at Law a resume and cover letter explaining why you are interested in the position. Completion of a simple application and completion of a background check may be required prior to employment.

 

Contact: Lucy Hester Sellers | Attorney at Law | lhs@hestersellers.com

 


NOVEMBER 2019

 

US DEPT OF ENERGY

STEM Internships

 

The Office of Science / US Department of Energy is pleased to announce paid research appointment opportunities for fulltime faculty from areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) during the Summer of 2020. Internship opportunities for STEM undergraduate or graduate students from the visiting faculty member’s institution, made at the visiting faculty member’s option, is available through an invitation process. The application system for the 2020 Summer Term Visiting Faculty Program (VFP) program is currently open, with all applications due by 05:00 PM Eastern Time on January 09, 2020.

 

The Visiting Faculty Program (VFP) goal is to increase the research competitiveness of faculty members and students at institutions of higher education historically underrepresented in the research community in order to expand the workforce that addresses DOE mission areas. Through direct collaboration with research staff at DOE host laboratories, VFP appointments provide an opportunity for faculty and their students to develop skills applicable to programs at their home institutions; this helps increase the STEM workforce in DOE science mission areas at institutions historically under-represented within the DOE enterprise. Appointments are for 10 weeks during the Summer term, are open to US Citizens and US Lawful Permanent Residents, include a weekly stipend, reimbursement for one round trip domestic travel to the participant’s host DOE laboratory, and possibilities for a housing allowance. More than 75 faculty appointments, and 50 student internships, are sponsored annually.

 

Application is made online. Full program information and descriptions, including links to the online application system, are available at: https://science.osti.gov/wdts/vfp/

 

Contact: SC.VFP@science.doe.gov

 

NELSON BROTHERS

Marketing Intern

 

About: Nelson Brothers is a leader in the domestic manufacture and use of commercial bulk explosives for the mining, quarry and construction industries; a global leader in the manufacture of explosives emulsifier chemicals (sales to over 30 countries); and a rapidly growing specialty chemicals manufacturer with sales into several industrial markets (including the fuel additives, metal working fluids, and the oil & gas industries). Founded in the small town of Parrish, Alabama in 1956 and still family owned and operated, we experience continued growth and success through adherence to our core values: (1) Care and Service of our employees, customers, and relationships; (2) Integrity & Trust; (3) Pride & Passion; (4) Commitment & Focus; and (5) Innovation.

        

Description: Assist in tasks involving the consolidation of certain marketing related functions from across the Nelson Brothers organization. Assist in the assessment and refinement of Nelson Brothers’ digital marketing strategy. Assist in the creation of a brand guidebook containing all approved images, logos, letterheads, templates, etc. for Nelson Brothers. Assist in the creation of content (whether digital, print, or other) supporting the goals (external and internal) of each Nelson Brothers’ business unit and Company as a whole. Assist in new product messaging, campaign management, and trade show planning.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor degree in Chemistry. Minimum GPA:3.00/4.00. Knowledge of operation of analytical instrumentation. Innovative and creative thinker. Strong organizational abilities. Ability to translate a need into a tangible objective, conceptualize the opportunity, and create and execute a plan to achieve the objective. Good computer skills; knowledge of chemical design software would be beneficial. Good communication skills, both intra-company cross-functionally, and with emulsion formulators from diverse parts of the world. Elementary knowledge of statistics is beneficial

 

Notes: Salary/Wage $18-$20/hr / Part-Time / Birmingham, AL. Majors Wanted: Marketing / Minimum GPA: 3.00/4.00. May require some travel (domestic and international) dependent upon student’s schedule.

 

To Apply: Email resume to careers@nelbro.com

 

Contact: Terry D. Newton / Director Human Resources / Nelson Brothers, Inc. / tnewton@nelbro.com

 

NELSON BROTHERS

Scientist/Chemist

 

About: Nelson Brothers is a leader in the domestic manufacture and use of commercial bulk explosives for the mining, quarry and construction industries; a global leader in the manufacture of explosives emulsifier chemicals (sales to over 30 countries); and a rapidly growing specialty chemicals manufacturer with sales into several industrial markets (including the fuel additives, metal working fluids, and the oil & gas industries). Founded in the small town of Parrish, Alabama in 1956 and still family owned and operated, we experience continued growth and success through adherence to our core values: (1) Care and Service of our employees, customers, and relationships; (2) Integrity & Trust; (3) Pride & Passion; (4) Commitment & Focus; and (5) Innovation.

        

Description: Research, design and develop emulsifiers to enhance the Nelson Brothers portfolio of Specialty Chemicals. The position holder will develop an understanding of the surface chemistry of high internal phase ratio emulsions and create new or modified surface-active agents to enhance the formation characteristics and/or kinetic stability of these emulsions. Collaborate with the Research and Development Manager in the identification, description, prioritization and execution of strategically aligned project objectives to enhance / expand / supplement the existing product portfolio. Seek to understand the nuances of the variety of customer emulsion applications. Conceptualize the design of a new or modified emulsifier to meet specific needs. Synthesize emulsifiers using laboratory reactors. Analyze derived products using available laboratory testing equipment, including but not limited to, GC, FTIR, IFT, potentiometric titrators etc., and assess for conformity to design criteria. Evaluate the new or modified product for effectiveness in the downstream emulsion application, using laboratory mixing equipment and available test methods. Develop structure / performance relationships to enhance understanding of the role of key structural functionalities in the performance of the emulsifiers in the HIPR emulsion application. Maintain detailed records and reports and prepare handover documents for scale-up to pilot reactors. Assess, or develop, new test methods when necessary, to better understand, describe or specify a product feature. Assimilate and organize lab data in a professional form to present to NB management and customers. Assist QC team as necessary. Travel, away from home, is required.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor degree in Chemistry. Minimum GPA:3.00/4.00. Knowledge of operation of analytical instrumentation. Innovative and creative thinker. Strong organizational abilities. Ability to translate a need into a tangible objective, conceptualize the opportunity, and create and execute a plan to achieve the objective. Good computer skills; knowledge of chemical design software would be beneficial. Good communication skills, both intra-company cross-functionally, and with emulsion formulators from diverse parts of the world. Elementary knowledge of statistics is beneficial

 

Notes: Salary/Wage Negotiable / Full-Time / Job Location: Parrish, AL

 

To Apply: Email resume to careers@nelbro.com

 

Contact: Terry D. Newton / Director Human Resources / Nelson Brothers, Inc. / tnewton@nelbro.com

 

KELLY SERVICES
Substitute Teachers

 

About: At Kelly Education, we have the distinct honor of providing substitute teachers for several school districts here in Alabama. To name a few, we currently provide substitute teachers for Jefferson County, Shelby County, Mountain Brook City, Vestavia Hills, and more.

 

Opportunity: Kelly Education is looking for dependable and capable substitute teachers.  We are targeting current students or recent graduates that could benefit from the experience as a substitute teacher.  Some of the benefits of being a substitute teacher includes showing recent work history, classroom experience gained, and earning income. There are also those moments of satisfaction gained from knowing that a difference was made in the life of a child.  That is what Kelly Education is all about. Substitute teaching can also be an opportunity for recent graduates of education to show hiring principals what an asset they would be as a full time faculty member.

 

Contact: Ashley Robinson (BSC Alum 2010) | Recruiting and On-Boarding Specialist | Kelly Education. | W: 205.870.7154 | F: 205.871.3588 | ashley.robinson@kellyservices.com  |  kellyeducation.com

 

PROTECTIVE LIFE

Information Technology Jobs

 

Opportunity: The Protective Life Information Technology and HR teams would like to invite you to participate in our inaugural College Recruitment Open House, Friday, November 15th, 10am – 1pm at our corporate office in Birmingham, AL.

 

About: For over 110 years Protective Life has been providing protection to families through affordable life insurance, asset protection and retirement products. As our organization continues to grow, we are seeking to establish and cultivate relationships with education partners across the region to connect talented students and recent graduates to in-demand tech careers. Protective is one of the top employers in the Birmingham metro area and has been recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Best Midsize Employers. 

 

The 3 hour event will include a presentation on Protective’s tech talent needs, a facility tour and the opportunity to network with IT leaders across the business. It is our hope that this event will be the start of a lasting relationship.

 

Participating Student Criteria: College Junior or Senior. Majors include: Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Information Systems, MIS, etc. Seeking a summer internship or full-time job opportunity

 

Here are a few facts about Protective: We offer a 10-week summer internship program. Currently hiring for entry-level Tech Talent Trainee positions. Our parent company, Dai-ichi, is based in Tokyo and ranked 17th among the world’s largest insurance companies. Approximately 3,300 employees between 10 U.S. locations.

 

Contact; Louise Ritter, Talent Acquisition Partner / Protective Life Corporation / 2801 Highway 280 South, Birmingham, AL 35223 / Phone 205-268-7972 / Louise.Ritter@protective.com

 

YWCA/AMERICORPS

Paid Community Service Positions

 

Opportunity; YWCA Central Alabama is currently hiring nine (9) AmeriCorps members for its Building Communities, Bettering Lives AmeriCorps program. Remaining service positions include: Birmingham Education Foundation, YW Family Violence Center, Firehouse Shelter, YW Interfaith Hospitality House, Junior Achievement, Pathways, and Urban Ministry-Case Manager.

 

Benefits: Stipend of $1200/month (pre-taxes). Educational award of $6,095 or $4266 for members upon completion. No cost health insurance for full-time members. Student loan forbearance and interest accrual. Child care subsidy and SNAP eligibility for full-time members who qualify. An opportunity to serve with some of Birmingham’s premier nonprofit organizations. Extensive personal and professional development.

 

AmeriCorps positions start immediately and conclude August 14, 2020. All positions are available until filled and are full-time, Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Men and women 21 and older are encouraged to apply. A passion for serving the community and commitment of one completed year is expected of all.  

 

To Apply: Please email a resume, cover letter and three choices for which you desire to be considered to: americorps@ywcabham.org. Phone calls and unscheduled visits are discouraged.

 

Contact: Angela Scott Abdur-Rasheed, Director of AmeriCorps / T:  205.322.9922 ext. 206 / F:  205.521.9652 / E:  angelasar@ywcabham.org / YWCA Central Alabama, 309 23rd Street North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203

 

BON APPETIT/RHODES COLLEGE

Accountant

 

Opportunity: We have a fulltime accountant position opening up at Rhodes College in Memphis with Bon Appetit.

 

Here is a link to the on-line posting:

https://career8.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=332575&company=CGNA&username=

 

Contact: David Viveralli / District Manager / Bon Appetit / Rhodes College / Memphis, TN / David.Viveralli@cafebonappetit.com / (919) 257-3632 | www.bamco.com | www.cafebonappetit.com

 

BLUE CROS BLUE SHIELD

Internship

 

About: BCBS Cahaba Safeguard Administrators LLC Internal Resource Department provides support for all business processes within CSA. In addition, this department leads efforts to identify, investigate and reduce fraud and abuse. Internal Resources is composed of various disciplines required by the current business environment. This multi-facet department includes the following disciplines: Compliance, Investigations, Medicare Review, Data Analysis, Financial Management Accounting, Quality Management and Information System Security. Together these disciplines lead and support efforts to ensure compliance, development and maximum performance for overall company success.

 

Note: Applications are being considered for the Spring Semester.

 

Description: The Student Intern position is designed for student workers who are still completing their education and are not yet qualified for a regular, full-time position with the Company. It will serve as the position of record for internships and work/study programs, which allow for on-the-job learning, as well as exposure to a corporate environment.

 

Qualifications: Actively pursuing a bachelor’s degree, preferably a degree in Accounting or related field (based on department assigned for hiring position). GPA: 3.0 Minimum. At least a junior or greater in college. Effective communication skills. Experience using Microsoft Exce.l

 

Contact: Janice McIntyre / Blue Cross Blue Shield / Janice.McIntyre@bcbsal.org

 

FLEETIO

Sales Development Rep

 

Opportunity; Birmingham-based Fleetio, transportation/logistics company, is now hiring Sales Development Reps

 

On-Line Description: https://apply.workable.com/fleetio/j/59FF2693C3/

 

Contact: Hannah McCord | Fleetio | Recruiting Coordinator | HMcCord@Fleetio.com

 


OCTOBER 2019

 

TEACH FOR AMERICA

Teachers

 

Are you interested in challenging yourself in an impact-driven career? By joining Teach For America, you will become part of a diverse network of over 56,000 leaders shaping the political, economic, and social future of our country. Check out some of the inspiring ways Teach For America alumni are disrupting inequity across education, business, policy, law, medicine, and more!  Apply to the 2020 corps by Friday, October 18th. All majors accepted. Full salary and benefits.

 

Contact: Ki Harris | Manager, Recruitment | Ki.Harris@teachforamerica.org | 1360 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 1100, Atlanta, GA 30309 | O: (404) 688-9843 ext. 14190 | C: (404) 272-0694

 

ACADIA HEALTHCARE
Staff Internal Auditor


Opportunity: The Staff Internal Auditor is responsible for executing internal audits and Sarbanes-Oxley testing for the Acadia corporate office and facilities. This position conducts medium complexity reviews or assists with more complex reviews of assigned organizational and financial activities. Responsible for reporting findings to business management and recommended necessary corrective action and process improvements.

Description: Perform assignments requiring understanding and application of audit principles, practices and concepts. Perform financial, operational, and Sarbanes-Oxley related audits as assigned. Evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls. Follow-up on audit issues to determine adequacy of corrective action. Review transactions, documents, records, reports, and procedures and prepare prescribed audit work papers that record and summarize the data from the assigned audit. Assist in providing consulting services to management to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Company’s processes. Assist with the summarization of audit findings and preparation of formal audit reports.
 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. CPA Certification is preferred; CPA eligible is required. Advanced computer skills including Microsoft Office; especially Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Ability to work professionally with sensitive, proprietary data & information while maintaining confidentiality.

Contact: Whit Brown, Internal Audit Manager | Acadia Healthcare | 6100 Tower Circle, Suite 1000
Franklin, TN 37067 | Direct: 615.861.7464 | Main: 615.861.6000 | Whit.Brown@acadiahealthcare.com

BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD

Accounting Internship

 

Opportunity: This position will require to work year-round in Birmingham, AL, which includes summer and academic school year. Intern position utilized for training an active college student towards a professional-level role. Responsibilities vary and are based upon the needs of the area and the experience of the incumbent at the time of employment. This incumbent works under direct supervision and has responsibilities for performing entry-level tasks and for learning professional-level tasks relating to area operations.

 

Description: 30% Completes tasks for maintaining information used in the department. Maintains documents, spreadsheets, databases or related items. Utilizes various systems and tools, performs research and assists with implementations as needed. Follows established procedures. 30% Participates in business unit/department training designed to help this position acquire applicable knowledge/skills in their area of study. Completes area tasks that are conducive to learning the departmental procedures and applying industry/field best practices. May communicate with other areas of the company. May create, present and/or report on area statistics and/or knowledge acquired. 30% Performs tasks that help in learning the business area and which provide an overall view of company operations. Assist other staff members with everyday tasks in order to gain an understanding of business operations and workflow. 10% Completes other assigned area related tasks.

 

Qualifications: Must have a minimum of 12 semester hours earned in Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration and must be currently enrolled in college and working towards obtaining at least a 4-year degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration. PLEASE UPLOAD A COPY OF YOUR UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT(S) WITH RESUME'. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Analytical or critical thinking skills. Ability to handle confidential or sensitive information with discretion. Good planning and multi-tasking skills. Strong listening skills and the ability to follow directions and ask questions to ensure a productive internship. Required Software and Tools: Microsoft Office.

 

To Apply: https://ourhrconnect.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/SCBlues/job/Birmingham-Alabama/Summer-Accounting-Internhip_R1006715

 

Note: We participate in E-Verify and comply with the Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

If you need special assistance or an accommodation while seeking employment, please e-mail abilities@bcbssc.com or call 1-800-288-2227, ext. 43172 with the nature of your request. We will make a determination regarding your request for reasonable accommodation on a case-by-case basis.

 

Contact: Paige Warren-Long | paige.warren-long@bcbssc.com | Talent Acquisition Partner | 8032640907 (cell)

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Government Positions

 

Opportunity: The City of Montgomery is happy to post these job announcements for the following positions. All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following jobs has been posted for applications:

 

Neighborhood Resources Assistant

Municipal Jail Corrections Officer Trainee

Corrections Officer Trainee

Airport Customer Service Representative

Traffic Control Technician I

 

Contact: Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / 334-625-2675

 

SHERWIN WILLIAMS

Sales Associate

 

Sherwin Williams in Forestdale is looking to fill a part time sales associate position.

 

To apply: https://jobsearch.sherwin.com/en/job-description?jobNumber=19000BKD

 

Contact: Michael Hawkins | Store Manager | Sherwin Williams | Forestdale, AL| sw2125@sherwin.com

 

DOW JONES NEWS FUND

Paid Journalism Internship

 

The Dow Jones News Fund places talented college juniors, seniors and graduate students from across the country in well-respected newsrooms as paid interns.

 

This summer they had 79 students working in 50+ newsrooms as data journalists, digital media producers, business reporters and news editors. The Fund pays for each intern to receive specialized pre-internship training before heading off to internships that pay a minimum of $450/week for 10-12 weeks. And they provide $1,500 scholarships.

 

The deadline to apply for summer 2020 is November 8th.

 

For Birmingham-based students, there is a special business reporting program with American City Business Journals. They are looking for students who live or go to school in their markets. Since there is a Birmingham Business Journal, this would be an ideal program for any students that are strong reporters/writers.

 

Contact: DOW JONES NEWS FUND | P.O. BOX 300, PRINCETON, NJ 08543 | (609) 452-4820 | DJNF@DOWJONES.COM | DOWJONESNEWSFUND.ORG

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Municipal Government Positions

 

Opportunity: The City of Montgomery is happy to post these job announcements for the following positions. All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications:

 

Development Assistant

Court Operations Supervisor

IT Specialist (Network/Infrastructure)

Administrative Assistant

Stores Clerk I

 

Contact: Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel

ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov /

334-625-2675

 

KELLY SERVICES

Substitute Teachers

 

Opportunity: We are currently hiring for substitute teachers for a learning center in Birmingham. This is a part time, as needed position. This would be a great way for students in education programs to gain experience while in school with a flexible schedule.

 

Contact: Lindsey Stafford | Southeast Sourcing Specialist | Kelly Education Practice | E-mail: lindsey.stafford@kellyservices.com | Office +1 912-297-6406

 

LEVY'S FINE JEWELRY

Stock Associate

 

Levy's Fine Jewelry is a family owned jewelry store located in downtown Birmingham.

 

Description: Person would be needed on Tuesday and Thursday, in the afternoon and business hours on Saturday. Duties include running errands, light cleaning around the store, and there will be some heavy lifting.

 

Contact: Leah Walker/Jennifer Hunter / Levy's Fine Jewelry / 2116 2nd Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35203 / Phone: (205) 251-3381 / Fax:  (205) 251-7860 / Email: Leahw.levys@gmail.com

 

BHAM NOW

Content Producers

 

Opportunity: We’re having a continual need for more content producers (experienced and up and coming).   Great opportunity for seniors or graduates who might be interested in doing some work for Bham Now.

 

Content Production:

- Excellent written story-teller using classic and creative writing skills

- Strong familiarity with digital media and social media

- Experience or desire to learn WordPress

- Ability to lead production for photography/videography as part of the story.

 

Client/Team Communications

- Desire to collaborate on content elements

- Ability to complete work within due dates

- Excellent communication skills with Bham Now team and clients

- Excellent followthrough on connections and duties

 

Pay is commensurate with relevant experience.

 

Contact: Cindy Martin / President, Bham Now / 205.447.1071 / cindy@bhamnow.com

 

BRADFORD & HOLLIMAN

PT Receptionist

 

Opportunity: Bradford & Holliman Law Office  has a part-time position at its Pelham office located at 2491 Pelham Parkway.  The position is for a front desk receptionist. 

 

Description: The ideal candidate will be able to confirm client appointments, greet clients, provide hospitality such as coffee and water to clients, receive documents delivered by clients and give the documents to the appropriate lawyer or paralegal, and direct clients to the appropriate conference room.  The ideal candidates will have a friendly and helpful disposition and will be dressed appropriately for a work environment. 

 

Notes: Students may study and work on school assignments while not directly assisting guests, staff or the attorneys. 

 

The position is  Monday -Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  The days and times for the position will be divided up among selected candidates as needed each semester to balance the work schedule with student schedules. 

 

Contact: Melanie Bradford Holliman / 2491 Pelham Parkway, Pelham, AL 35124 / Tel: 205-663-0281 / Fax: 205-663-9464 / Melanie@bradfordholliman.com

 


SEPTEMBER 2019

 

SERVIS FIRST BANK

Accountant II

 

About: ServisFirst is a full-service regional bank headquartered in Birmingham, AL. We offer a complete array of products tailored to the needs of each client, and our commitment to serving our clients has led to progressive financial success and consistent loan growth despite challenging years in the banking industry. Since its founding in 2005, ServisFirst has grown throughout Alabama and the Southeast. Our commitment to careful expansion has allowed us to build a strong portfolio and a team of expert bankers. At ServisFirst, Our Name is Our Mission.

 

Description: The Accountant II position is a mid-level accounting position that performs a number of mainline accounting functions within the Company’s financial services environment.  The position is involved with general ledger maintenance and entries, financial reporting and analysis, project management and decision making.

 

The incumbent will: Compile and analyze financial information from Bank systems in order to prepare entries to the general ledger. Analyze and interpret financial data from Bank and third-party systems within the context of accounting guidance to ensure proper recording of financial transactions. Prepare internal management and external financial reports in compliance with GAAP, regulatory guidance and internal Bank policies. Review accounting transactions of others and interpret supporting documents to ensure compliance with accounting and reporting standards. Perform monthly reconciliation of assigned general ledger accounts and internal DDAs and research reconcilement items with the goal of clearing them within prescribed timelines. Oversee investment security, fixed assets and lease accounting programs for the Bank and provide needed reports to management related to these assets and obligations. Assist with the preparation of certain portions of the Company’s filings of financial statements with the Securities and Exchange Commission

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or a related field. Five (5) years of accounting experience if CPA, Seven (7) years of accounting experience if non CPA. Accounting experience in banking strongly preferred. Working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel with strong knowledge of Excel formulas and data management tools a plus. Excellent organizational and multi-tasking abilities as demonstrated in previous position managing multiple tasks within deadlines. Ability to apply sound judgment based on accounting principles. Effective oral and written communication skills. Basic knowledge of federal and state banking regulations.

To Apply: Please email your cover letter and resume to careers@servisfirstbank.com.

 

Contact: Sydney Jones / Recruiter / ServisFirst Bank / 2500 Woodcrest Place

Birmingham, AL 35209 / Phone 205-578-4607 / SJones@servisfirstbank.com

 

ALA LEGISLATIVE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Public Policy Intern

 

Opportunity: You are invited to apply for the Alabama Legislative Internship Program for the 2020 Legislative Session next spring. 

 

January 27 - May 18, 2020.  Montgomery, Alabama

Applications Available: www.lsa.state.al.us

Applications Due: October 1, 2019

Unpaid Internship for College Credit

 

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. Interns work 32 hours per week in the State House in Montgomery. Most Alabama colleges and universities will approve college credit for this internship if coordinated in advance.

 

MEET YOUR STATE LEADERS. LEARN ABOUT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE WORK. OBSERVE THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS

 

Description: The program was established to include student interns in the state legislature by allowing them to observe and participate in the legislative process of state government. The term will coincide with the 2020 Regular Session. These are temporary positions for college credit (Monday – Thursday, 8:00 – 4:30) located in the State House in Montgomery, Alabama.

 

Qualifications: Each intern must be a Junior or higher in college or in graduate school. Interns must either be Alabama residents or be attending a college or university in Alabama.

 

To Apply: Applications may be obtained from your local legislator or from the Legislative Services Agency: Alabama Law Institute Division at www.lsa.state.al.us. The deadline for receipt of the application is October 1, 2019. Application should be mailed to: Alabama Law Institute, 11 South Union, Suite 207, Montgomery, AL 36130

 

Contact: Teresa Norman / Assistant Director / Legislative Services Agency / Alabama Law Institute Division / tnorman@lsa.state.al.us / (334) 261-0680

 

ALA DEPT OF EXAMINERS OF PUBLIC ACCTS

Accounts Examiner

 

Opportunity: We are pleased to announce that the Alabama Department of Examiners of Public Accounts is hiring.  We are looking to fill around 30 new positions in the near future.  Attached you will find the Department’s employment application. Students can submit these applications to brandy.sponsler@examiners.alabama.gov

 

ACCOUNTS EXAMINER I / $41,460.00 – $55,615.20 / Location: Statewide

 

Description: This is entry-level professional auditing position performing on-site audits and compliance examinations of state agencies, colleges, school boards, and local governmental entities. Travel, including occasional overnight trips, is required.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from an accredited four-year college or university. Individuals currently in their last semester of college may apply and participate in the interview process.

 

To Apply: Submit the following documents to Personnel Division of the Examiners of Public Accounts: Application for Examination. Official college transcript.  Applications for Examiner may be submitted via email to the Personnel Division of the Examiners of Public Accounts at personnel@examiners.alabama.gov.  Applications for Examination may also be submitted via the Online Employment System with the State Personnel Department at www.personnel.alabama.gov.  Official transcripts may be emailed to the State Personnel Department from a college or third party transcript service at transcripts@personnel.alabama.gov.

 

Contact: Rachel Laurie Riddle / Chief Examiner / Alabama Department of Examiners of Public Accounts / 334-242-9200 / rachel.riddle@examiners.alabama.gov / State of Alabama / Examiners of Public Accounts / PO Box 302251 / Montgomery, AL 36130 / www.examiners.alabama.gov

 

Brandy Sponsler, Personnel Manager / (334) 353-7454 / brandy.sponsler@examiners.alabama.gov  

Cindy Wright, Personnel Officer / (334) 242-9236 / cindy.wright@examiners.alabama.gov

 

81 SHOP

Internship/Part Time Job

 

Opportunity: For recent grads or current students who can commit to part-time work: Part-time paid opportunity with 81 Shop, a Birmingham-based marketing and creative content production company. http://www.go81shop.com.

 

Description: We are calling this position a ‘Content Manager’, but there are many tentacles to it, and the position’s areas of responsibility may change depending on the skillset of the candidate. Content manager to be tasked with editing, development, and organization of acquired content pieces (photos, video, etc) towards the end goal of placement or delivery to client. Basically, we need someone that can take the photos/videos we take out in the field and edit them and have them ready for placement/delivery. Or to be able to make a creative poster when we need them to. We may need you do some creative writing. This is a job for a person that has a lot of ideas and creative energy. Positions may also include assisting with or even helming commercial video shoots. Great opportunity for creatives. Position will be involved with and may be asked to develop creative ideas for client initiatives and messaging. Position may at times require copy writing for client marketing messages. It’s an opportunity for you to try out new ideas.

 

Qualifications: Someone with post-production skills and video production experience.  If you are savvy with social media, this is a big plus. First and foremost - we are looking for a Photoshop, Lightroom, and Illustrator FIEND - someone that can jump in on Day One and assist with many graphic design projects. Applicants with experience with Premiere Pro and After Effects will be preferred - applicants that do not have experience with these two programs can still be candidates for the position, but they will be asked to quickly learn these programs with the position (training to be provided by 81 Shop).

 

Note: Job will start out as a part time position, with the opportunity to develop into a full-time role. If you free us up to help grow the business, we value that, and we can then look at a full time position.

 

To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to hlong@go81shop.com with the subject line: CONTENT MANAGER APPLICATION (your name). Upon review of your information, we will follow up with you regarding an in-person interview.

 

GREYSTONE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

Multiple Opportunities

 

Opportunities posted on website:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/greystone-golf-country-club-job-fair-tickets-71566911559?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-source=strongmail&utm-term=listing

 

Contact: Mallory Cooner / Director of Administration / mcooner@greystonecc.com / 4100 Greystone Drive, Birmingham, AL 35242 / (205) 986-5147 / Fax (205) 980-5202 / www.greystonecc.com

 


AUGUST 2019

 

PERITUS PUBLIC RELATIONS

Account Coordinator/Fall Intern

 

Account Coordinator Position - Peritus is looking for a motivated entry-level communications professional that is eager to roll up their sleeves and learn from a dynamic, intimate agency team. Here is a link to the job description, which includes more details on our firm culture and the career opportunity. Let me know if you have any previous students in mind for this opportunity.

 

Fall Internship Opportunity - Since we’ve enjoyed working with your talented students in the past, I wanted to share details about our paid fall internship. Our challenging internship program gives students a head start on the competition by ensuring they leave here with a focused vision aligned with career goals through sound mentoring counsel, tangible resume results and client collaboration experience. Deadline: August 30. 

 

For a firm background refresher, PERITUS public relations is a Birmingham-based communications firm partnering with brands, businesses and issues looking to make a difference. As a woman-owned business, top PR firm in the state, and champion for local communities, we provide layered communications solutions to help clients navigate challenges, drive results and create impact. Our firm fosters a collaborative work environment, with an opportunity for personal and professional growth along the way.

 

Feel free to spread the word, or reach out if you know of any former students that may be a good fit for this.

 

Job Link: https://www.perituspr.com/job-opportunity

Website Link: https://www.perituspr.com/

 

Contact: Hanlon Walsh, public relations specialist / PERITUS public relations / 251.510.2736 / hanlon@perituspr.com

 

STANTEC

Office/Personal Assistant

 

Description. We are seeking a dynamic Office/Personal Assistant for part-time work, up to 20 hours per week/$18.50 per hour. Duties include: Handling Accounts Payable/Receivables. Purchasing products. Coordinating product shipping and receiving. Answering phones. Receiving mail. Ordering office supplies. Having an understanding of QuickBooks Pro is a plus, but is not necessary. Running errands is necessary within this role - including picking up samples, making small deliveries/returns. You will be working pretty independently most days, so this is a super important quality to have Task-Oriented, with the ability to initiate the follow-through for task completion

Highly Organized and Detail Oriented - The ability to organize your workflow and prioritize accordingly.

 

To Apply: Interested applicant should reply with resume to dr.christopherjame1987@hotmail.com.

 

Contact: Christopher James / Stantec / 1224 Arkadelphia Rd, Birmingham, AL 35204 / dr.christopherjame1987@hotmail.com  / http://www.ata-e.com/ / (205) 320-7608

 

WALLACE STATE COMM COLLEGE

AmeriCorps/Vista

 

Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Alabama.  We are looking to recruit five AmeriCorps VISTAs over the next two months and hoped you’d share the opportunities with your students.  These are full-time volunteer positions.  VISTAs receive a small, (very small), living stipend, and then a $5,000 scholarship at the end of their year of service.  They also gain a ton of skills and experience during their year.  We have openings for the following:

 

-Community Garden & Small Farms Training Program VISTA

-Alumni/Foundation Support Specialist VISTA

-Food Pantry VISTA

-Career Readiness VISTA

 

View AmeriCorps opportunities at my.americorps.gov.

 

Contact: Kristi Barnett / Grants Specialist / Wallace State Community College / E-mail: kristi.barnett@wallacestate.edu / Phone: 256.352.8231 / Office: Bailey Building 11th Floor | 801 Main Street NW | Hanceville, AL 35077

 

LINDA DOBBINS DANCE

Receptionist

 

I’m looking to hire a front desk receptionist. For fall this person would work Sundays.  Starting in January the job will Sunday thru Thursday. Pay rate is 12.00 an hour.

 

Contact: Linda Dobbins / Linda Dobbins Dance / www.lddance.com / dobbinsdance@me.com

 

COCINA SUPERIOR

Servers/Hosts

 

Cocina Superior restaurant in Brookwood Mall is looking for servers and hostesses.

Contact: Caesar / 225-572-1231.

 

BABALU

Servers/Hosts

 

We are a Birmingham restaurant, in the Lakeview area, Southside,  that is always looking for part time team members. 

 

Contact: Tracy Dickinson / tdickinson@eathere.com

 

GATEHOUSE LAW FIRM

Executive Assistant

 

Opportunity: We are a law firm focused on providing comprehensive representation to small and closely held businesses. Our mission is to lower the barrier to legal by offering an education first approach to legal services and advice. We focus on the whole client. We are always looking for ways to

support our clients and the business community using our comprehensive education first approach. When we say we are redefining business law, we mean we are not only redefining the way lawyers work with clients, but also the way our law office looks on a day-to-day basis.

 

Our vacation, time-off, and bonus policies are based on this. Our office culture, staff meetings, and organizational chart reflect our culture and the way we are redefining business law.

 

Description:  What do we need? One of the missing pieces right now is administrative support to help us provide that comprehensive service that is focused on the whole client. We are looking to grow our support staff to help us make sure we are supporting our clients and their businesses while the lawyers

provide advice and support. This is how we achieve the vision of comprehensive legal support for our small businesses.

 

The Executive Assistant will work with the Managing Partner to help manage the dual role of executive and lawyer as well as developing administrative systems for the firm as we grow and scale. Gatekeeping and greeting visitors. Light bookkeeping. Coordinating with vendors. Communicating with the team. Coordinating assignments and assisting in project management. Engaging with clients and answering administrative client questions. Managing calendars. Attending meetings and ensuring appropriate follow up. Maintenance of firm file system (physical and digital). Overseeing the maintenance and upkeep of the office. Assisting with maintenance and administration of website, blog, and

Podcast.

 

Qualifications:  Servant’s Heart: support is service, your support ensures our success. Understand People: know how people operate; use your intuition to support. Master the calendar: if priorities aren’t scheduled, they will be lost. Anticipating Needs: we are looking for someone who can blaze the trail before we know we are going to hit a roadblock. Push Back: be ready to push back when we start getting overcommitted. Creating and Mastering Systems: document and systematize the things that work for the team instead of reinventing the wheel every time. Respect confidentiality. maintain integrity and a sense of discretion with personal. Great Communication skills: help accelerate response times and keep the messages moving when the partners become a bottle neck.

 

The Executive Assistant position at Gatehouse is challenging and will require a person to wear many hats. It is important that you can FIOQ (Figure it Out Quickly) and keep up as we iterate. The ideal candidate is not expected to come in understanding all aspects of the position but is expected to FIOQ and grow in the role. We have been working hard to develop our systems and processes, but as we grow and add staff and test those systems, it is necessary that, as an

Executive Assistant, you are able to think on your feet and solve problems as they come up. The ideal candidate will look for direction from the Managing Partner but will need to be comfortable with a certain lack of clarity on direction as we can’t have all of the answers right now. If you like receiving detailed expectations with the autonomy to make decisions on your own and solve,

this is a great position for you. If you are looking for step by step instructions on every aspect of your job, this is not going to be a good fit. You would be an ideal candidate for this position if your house is always in a state that surprise

guests do not throw you in a frenzy. If people always wonder “how you get it all done” because everything is always perfect, and you are always present for everyone when they need it. Most importantly, above anything else, the ideal candidate understands that we win as a team and we are all in this together to change the world and earn a living to support our families.

 

To Apply: Send an email to careers@gatehouse.law with an explanation of why you would be an ideal candidate and how you found out about the position and we will let you know the next steps!

 

Contact: Gatehouse Law Firm / 205-208-9595 / careers@gatehouse.law

 

ATLAS/RFID STORE

PT Content Assistant

 

Opportunity: We have an open position in our marketing department for a part-time Content Assistant, so I was hoping to get a few more panthers on the team.

 

About: Atlas/RFIDstore is a small company of about 30+ employees in downtown Birmingham that sells tech products on an online store.

 

Description: Assist the Director of Content to create, manage, and publish new pieces of content for our website and blog, and manage assets and deadlines for content/marketing projects. Work in an open environment for a fast-paced company in online technology sales.

 

Write articles on news in the tech industry. Edit and proofread content. Manage content pieces within an outlined process. Work with Marketing & Design team to optimize content. Review existing content and identify room for refresh/improvement. Work in YouTube to refresh descriptions, SEO, and links. Help manage content project deadlines. Compile multiple assets and format content into WordPress. Work with Email/Social Media Manager to ensure all content has been sent to audience. Coordinate with team members to gather images, logos, stats, and content to use in various creative projects.

 

Programs/Platforms That you Will Use: Microsoft Office, Airtable, Photoshop, WordPress, YouTube, Google Analytics, Big Commerce, Canva or related

 

Qualifications: High level of organization · Background in Journalism, English,

PR, or Communications. Extreme attention to detail · Experience in Microsoft Office. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. College Junior or above (Preferred). Able to manage multiple high priorities at once. Project Management skills a plus. Proofreading and editing skills · WordPress and/or Airtable background a plus. Impeccable grammar and spelling skills. Quick learner. Positive attitude and team spirit.

 

Notes: Salary: $12/hr. Work Location: 2014 Morris Avenue, Birmingham, AL. Hours/Week: 15 – 25, flex as needed

 

To Apply: Submissions: Along with a resume, please include: 2 – 3 pieces of original written content/papers/stories to be reviewed. (Ideal is 2 – 3

pieces of varying structure and formality). Weekly Availability Schedule, Summer/Fall/Winter.  Any details/examples of project management experience. (Ideal is a spreadsheet or pdf

of organization detail)

 

Contact: Suzanne Smiley (Marketing & Content) / ssmiley@atlasRFIDstore.com / 205-383-2244

 

Or: Emory Builta / atlasRFIDstore / Phone (205) 383-3395 / Fax (212) 993-6075 / ebuilta@atlasRFIDstore.com / www.atlasRFIDstore.com

 

FAIR HOUSING CENTER

Part Time Tester

 

Opportunity: Part time job opportunity to earn extra money as well as put an end to discrimination. The Fair Housing Center of Northern Alabama has been created to ensure that all who seek housing have equal opportunity to rent, purchase, finance and insure properties they choose without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or familial status.

 

Contact: Brandi Mack / Enforcement Coordinator / Fair Housing Center of Northern AL / 1820 7th Avenue North, Ste. 110, Birmingham, AL 35203  / 205-324-0111 Ext. 1101 / bmack@fhcna.com

 


JULY 2019

 

IRON LEGACY WEALTH ADVISORS

Administrative Assistant

 

Description: Scheduling and Maintaining the team Calendars. Booking conference rooms, setting up computers, and greeting clients. Managing phone calls and incoming and outgoing mail. Monitor, maintain, and update the Client Relationship Management system. Assist in preparing for client meetings

 

Qualifications: Demonstrate discretion with sensitive information related to the firm, team, and clients. High school diploma with relevant administrative experience. A background in marketing or finance would be preferred, but not required. Excellent verbal and written communication and organization. Ability to prioritize, follow-up, and take direction. Proficiency in Microsoft 365 (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook) and Adobe. Availability to work Tuesday through Thursday, 4 hours a day, with a one hour lunch break. This can be flexible.

 

Contact: Megan L. Spain / Iron Legacy / 201 Office Park Drive, Suite 300, Birmingham, AL 35223 / 205-278-8219 Direct / 205-803-3331 Fax / Megan.Spain@lfg.com / Website:  www.ironlegacyadvisors.com

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Community Jobs

 

Job announcement, and supplemental questionnaire for the following positions has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close July 30, 2019:

 

Librarian II

Therapeutic Recreation Specialist

Community Corrections Executive Director

Veterinarian Technician

 

Contact: Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / 334-625-2675

 

DIRECT PATH

Fall Internship

 

About: DirectPath is an industry leader in employee engagement, health care compliance and transparency for Fortune 1000 employers. DirectPath’s Engagement Services combines industry best practices and decades of experience servicing clients across multiple industries to provide employee education during annual open enrollment, mergers and acquisitions, and new hire onboarding.

 

Engagement Services is made up of three departments: Implementation Services, Educator Services, and Technical Services. Implementation Services is responsible for all client relations and communications for each assignment.

Educator Services is responsible for recruiting, training, staffing, and maintaining the Benefits Educator team. Technical Services is responsible for development and implementation of the benefits administration platform and delivery of all carrier and file feeds.

 

The Strategic Engagement Internship Program will begin September 16 and will conclude November 22, 2019.

 

Opportunity: DirectPath is seeking highly motivated team-players that want to dig deeper into a rapidly growing industry. We’re a stand-out in our field and we want to add stand-out students to our team of interns. This is an opportunity for professional development, in an innovative and collaborative culture. You will discover what it means to be a team player while working with an exciting group of mentors.

 

Qualifications:  Attend mandatory weekly corporate staff meetings (Fridays, 8:30 am). Positive and professional attitude. Intermediate computer skills. Commitment to punctuality. Sense of urgency. Desire to learn and grow. Rising Junior or Senior.

 

Description: Generate professional email communication, both internal and external. Utilize internal software and Microsoft Office products. Verify and maintain integrity of sensitive information. Audit insurance licenses and affiliations. Resolve trouble tickets. Learn DirectPath internal systems in order to create user profiles, configure benefits information, and confirm validity of information.

 

Benefits: Competitive compensation. Business casual dress code. Accommodating schedule. Birmingham Business Journal’s Coolest Office Space Competitor. Post-internship job coaching session with Leadership.

 

Contact: Stacey Solomon | Manager, Greenlight Educator Services | Direct: 205.380.9507 | ssolomon@directpathhealth.com

 

US DEPT OF ENERGY

STEM Research Internship

 

Opportunity: The Office of Science / US Department of Energy is pleased to announce paid research internship opportunities for undergraduate students majoring in areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) for the Spring of 2020. The application system for the 2020 Spring Term Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program is currently open, with all applications due by 05:00 PM Eastern Time on October 07, 2019.

 

The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program places students from 2 and 4 year undergraduate institutions as paid interns in science and engineering research activities at DOE national laboratories and facilities, working with laboratory staff scientists and engineers on projects related to ongoing research programs.

 

Appointments are for 16 weeks during the Spring term, are open to US Citizens and US Lawful Permanent Residents, include a weekly stipend, reimbursement for one round trip domestic travel to the participant’s host DOE laboratory, and possibilities for a housing allowance. More than 850 internships are sponsored annually.

 

Application is made online. Full program information and descriptions, including links to the online application system, are available at: https://science.osti.gov/wdts/suli/

 

Contact: E-Mail SC.SULI@science.doe.gov

 

WRBL-TV

Weekend News and Sports Anchor

 

News Producer (Position Immediately Available)

News Anchor (Weekend) & MMJ (Position Available in October)

Sports Anchor (Weekend) & MMJ (Position Available in November)

 

News Producer - Produce newscasts, digital-exclusive streams and programs, social media streams and programs. Coordinate and lead team members across several departments to create and present stories and shows on all platforms. Create text and video content for newscasts, website, and social media platforms. Edit video. Coordinate breaking news and severe weather coverage as needed on all platforms. Work sources to consistently generate strong enterprise story ideas. Know and be able to use FOIA to gather information for stories. Interact successfully with fan base on social media platforms. Interact successfully with fan base at station community and promotional events. Must be able to operate computers, smart phones, video cameras, microphones, tripods, lights, TVU bonded cellular live gear, and station motor vehicles. Strong capabilities with AP ENPS newsroom software, Chyron graphics interface, Adobe Premiere, mobile video editing software programs, Anvato, BitCentral, OBS, live transmission apps, Word Press, social media platforms’ publishing interfaces (stories & live streams), and email required. Understanding of and capabilities with Google Analytics, Facebook Insights, Chartbeat, Crowd Tangle, Social Media Newsdesk, and HTML web skills is a big plus. Minimum Experience:  1-year preferred. Minimum Education:   Bachelors level degree in journalism, media, communications or a related field preferred.

 

News Anchor (Weekend) & Multimedia Journalist - Produce and anchor weekend evening newscasts. Produce and anchor weekday newscasts on a fill-in basis. Produce and anchor digital-exclusive streams and programs. Produce and anchor social media streams and programs. Report live for newscasts, website, and social media. Report, shoot, write, edit, and present news stories daily for newscasts, website, and social media – You are a “one-person band”. Work beats and general leads to consistently author and publish strong enterprise content. Know and use FOIA to gather information for stories. Cover breaking news and severe weather as needed on all platforms. Interact successfully with fan base on social media platforms. Interact successfully with fan base in person, at planned events and informally. Represent station as a featured speaker, emcee, and participant at community and promotional events. Must be able to operate computers, smart phones, video cameras, microphones, tripods, lights, TVU bonded cellular live gear, and station motor vehicles. Strong capabilities with AP ENPS newsroom software, Chyron graphics interface, Adobe Premiere, mobile video editing software programs, Anvato, BitCentral, OBS, live transmission apps, Word Press, social media platforms’ publishing interfaces (stories & live streams), and email required. Understanding of and capabilities with Google Analytics, Facebook Insights, Chartbeat, Crowd Tangle, Social Media Newsdesk, and HTML web skills is a big plus. Minimum Experience:  2-years. Minimum Education:   Bachelors level degree in journalism, media, communications or a related field preferred.

 

Sports Anchor (Weekend) & Multimedia Journalist - Produce and anchor weekend evening sports segments. Produce and anchor weekday sports segments on a fill-in basis. Produce and anchor sports specials including; “Last Call” our weekly half-hour sports show, a weekly high school football highlights show, and a weekly SEC Football pre-game show. Produce and anchor digital-exclusive streams and programs. Produce and anchor social media streams and programs. Report live for newscasts, website, and social media. Report, shoot, write, edit, and present sports stories daily for newscasts, website, and social media – You are a “one-person band”. Work beats and general leads to consistently author and publish strong enterprise sports content. Travel to sports venues across the Southeast and US to cover events. Interact successfully with fan base on social media platforms. Interact successfully with fan base in person, at planned events and informally. Represent station as a featured speaker, emcee, and participant at community and promotional events. Cover BREAKING NEWS and SEVERE WEATHER as needed on all platforms. Must be able to operate computers, smart phones, video cameras, microphones, tripods, lights, TVU bonded cellular live gear, and station motor vehicles. Strong capabilities with AP ENPS newsroom software, Chyron graphics interface, Adobe Premiere, mobile video editing software programs, Anvato, BitCentral, OBS, live transmission apps, Word Press, social media platforms’ publishing interfaces (stories & live streams), and email required. Understanding of and capabilities with Google Analytics, Facebook Insights, Chartbeat, Crowd Tangle, Social Media Newsdesk, and HTML web skills is a big plus. Minimum Experience:  2-years. Minimum Education:   Bachelors level degree in journalism, media, communications or a related field preferred.

 

To Apply: Candidates should email their cover letter, resume, and link to their demo reel directly to gkirkconnell@wrbl.com.

 

Contact: Gene Kirkconnell / News Director / WRBL-TV News 3 On Your Side / 1350 13th Avenue, Columbus, GA 31901 / gkirkconnell@wrbl.com / (706) 225-0720  Office / (706) 323-3333  Main / (706) 323-0841  Fax / https://www.wrbl.com/

 

KELLY SERVICES

Substitute Teachers

 

INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SUBSTITUTE TEACHER?

 

KELLY SERVICES IS HIRING FOR AN EARLY CHILDHOOD LEARNING CENTER IN BIRMINGHAM, AL.

 

Gain experience, along with having a flexible schedule.

 

Contact: Lindsey Stafford / Kelly Services / 912-297-6406 / lindsey.stafford@kellyservices.com

 

LYNN HAVEN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Children's Minister

 

Opportunity: The Lynn Haven United Methodist Church in Panama City, Florida is in search of a full-time Children's Minister.

 

Description: Provide overall leadership for Children’s Ministries (K-5) at Lynn Haven United Methodist Church. Plan and manage elementary age children’s ministries on Sunday mornings, including but not limited to children’s church. Attend weekly staff prayer meetings. Organize and oversee AWANA and other activities on Wednesday nights. Organize teachers and servants for K-5th grade ministries and schedule substitutes as needed. Meet, plan, and coordinate with Nursery Supervisor. Attend weekly staff meetings and provide a staff report on time. Attend worship planning meetings as needed. Turn in all communication for the newsletter, worship guide, and email blasts on time. Maintain a positive and cooperative attitude while preforming job duties. Maintain positive relationships with children, parents, servants, staff members, and other church leaders while promoting a spirit of teamwork in the church. Plan and manage events such as Vacation Bible School, Ascent, and Service Squad. Manage Children’s Ministries resources, including creating and managing an approved budget and the evaluation of resource material and curriculum. Train, organize and supervise Children’s Ministries staff members and servants. Provide Christian mission and service opportunities for children. Provide pastoral care to children and families.

 

Qualifications: Education and Experience: Experience in the education of young children, preferably a B.S./B.A. in elementary or early childhood education, Christian education, or other ministry-related degree. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Must be flexible, cooperative, and proactive. Personal Attributes: Must have a clear testimony of a personal faith in Jesus Christ and a growing relationship with Him. Must have a commitment to moral purity. Must be willing to adhere to the guidelines set forth in the staff covenant. Must be able to work in a cohesive manner with co-workers, pastoral staff, church members and guests. Must be neat, well-groomed and represent Lynn Haven UMC as a professional at all times, on and off duty. Must maintain strict confidentiality of all church matters.

 

Contact: Rev. Terry Tatum / 850-819-9867 / terry@mylhumc.net

 

BIRMINGHAM TENNIS ASSOCIATION

Instructor (PT)

 

Learning Excellence Through Tennis

After School Instructors Needed

 

Nonprofit looking for fun and energetic individuals to provide fitness/tennis instruction to youth grades K-5.

 

Must enjoy working with children! 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: Jennifer Lyles Dowdle / Program Manager / Birmingham Area Tennis Association / LETT Program / Email: lettennisprograms@gmail.com / 205-492-0754

 

BSC STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

Marketing Intern

 

BUILD YOUR MARKETING AND

SOCIAL MEDIA PORTFOLIO!

 

Start ASAP.  10 hours per week. Unpaid.  Camera required. Experience with Microsoft Publisher, Adobe PDF, InDesign, and similar programs preferred.

 

Contact: Dana Bekurs / BSC Student Development / dwbekurs@bsc.edu

 

CLUB PILATES

Various Positions

 

We have 3 Club Pilates locations in Birmingham - Downtown, Cahaba Heights & Riverchase.  We are hiring for part-time & full-time Front desk positions and also have management opportunities available.  We offer contemporary Pilates with lots of different class types on our schedules.  This job is a lot of customer service, selling membership packages and administrative multi-tasking. 

 

Contact: Kathleen Davis / Area Manager / Club Pilates Birmingham / kathleenontrend@gmail.com

 

US SHINGLE

Sales Positions

 

Part time or Full time outside sales positions available with U.S. Shingle in  Homewood, Al. We have been in business over 12 years and have a

perfect rating with the BBB. We would love to talk with you about becoming part of our team. Flexible hours and competitive pay.

 

Contact: Krista Gillespie / Office Manager / U.S. Shingle / 209 Oxmoor Circle

Suite 711, Homewood, AL 35209 / P: 205.358.3580 / F: 205.358.3581 / usshingledep@gmail.com

 


JUNE 2019

 

US CENSUS

Census Workers

 

Opportunity: The 2020 US Census Office is now recruiting thousands of potential census workers before June of 2019. In the Central Alabama district alone, that would be almost 14,000 applicants.

 

About: The Census hiring is nationwide so the more we share the more the general public has an opportunity to become engaged in the process.  The Census is most important because the statistic data extrapolated from it will be used to draw legislative districts, distribute federal funds, and target programs into areas of need. 

 

Description: The job title is “Enumerator”. These positions will be in stages and run from map and address verifying to visiting non response addresses to encourage submission of census form. Work hours are not set so many can do this part time on an adaptable schedule as long as project completion goals are met.

 

Responsibilities will include: Use automated devices (smartphones, iPad, laptop). Review assigned work to locate households for verifying addresses and/or conducting interviews. Conduct interviews with residents in assigned areas by following stringent guidelines and confidentiality laws. Update address lists and maps. Validate address and map updates for quality purposes. Follow procedures to conduct accurate work while maintaining acceptable production rates. Maintain and submit records of hours worked, miles driven, and expenses incurred in the performance of duties. Meet/talk with supervisor, as necessary, to review procedures, report issues or concerns, and receive additional instructions.

 

Qualifications: To be eligible for a 2020 Census job, you must: Be at least 18 years old. Have a valid Social Security number. Be a U.S. citizen. Have a valid email address. Complete an application and answer assessment questions. (Some assessment questions are available in Spanish. However, an English proficiency test may also be required.) Be registered with the Selective Service System or have a qualifying exemption, if you are a male born after Dec. 31, 1959. Pass a Census-performed criminal background check and a review of criminal records, including fingerprinting. Commit to completing training. Be available to work flexible hours, which can include days, evenings, and/or weekends.

 

Most US Census jobs require employees to: Have access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license, unless public transportation is readily available. Have access to a computer with internet and an email account (to complete training).

 

Wages:

Hourly wage for Central Alabama region 2904 are:

$18/hr Jefferson and Shelby County

$15/hr Autuaga, Bibb, Chamber, Chilton, Clay, Coosa, Dallas, Elmore, Greene, Hale, Lee, Perry, Sumter, Talladega, Tallapoosa, and Tuscaloosa

 

Wages are paid weekly. Mileage compensation is $.58/mile.  Flexible hours. Paid Training.

 

To Apply: All information and answers to most questions, including salaries by state and county, can be found at 2020census.gov/jobs.  Applications are submitted online at 2020census.gov/jobs. The application process takes approximately 3 months so it is very important that interested recruits do not wait to submit an application. Multiple household and family members may apply.  The target is to hire workers to service their own communities. A Resume will be needed to upload.

 

Contact: Mrs. Kimberly S. Abbott (Rafferty) / Recruiting Assistant, Birmingham Region / Atlanta Regional Census Center / U.S. Census Bureau / Kimberly.S.Abbott@2020census.gov / (205) 296-6890

 

STRONG AUTOMOTIVE MERCHANDISING

Digital Marketing Assistant

 

Opportunity: Great entry-level job opening at Strong Automotive Merchandising.

 

The job posting can be found here:

https://strongautomotive.com/agency-careers/

 

With the full job description here:

https://strongautomotive.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Digital-Marketing-Assistant-for-website.pdf

 

To apply, students/graduates may send their resume and cover letter to: humanresources@strongautomotive.com. The position is: Digital Marketing Assistant.

 

This position will be working with as a team member in the SEO department, and as a member of the Greater BSC community.

 

Contact: Katie Myers | Senior SEO Coordinator / Email: kmyers@strongautomotive.com / Main: (205) 313-4000 | Direct: (205) 313-4057 / 201 Office Park Drive, Suite 220 | Birmingham, AL 35223

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Payroll Clerk

 

Opportunity: Job announcement has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close July 16, 2019: Payroll Clerk

 

Contact: Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept. / 27 Madison Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

SOUTHERN COMPANY

Part Time Paid Intern

 

Opportunity: This is an engineering-related position, but you do not have to be an engineering major!  This part time position is open to geography, CIS, and business majors! Hourly rate will be between $16-19/hour (depending on major) and we are looking to have them start ASAP.

 

Description: Delivery Contract Services Part-Time Intern. Alabama Power is currently looking to fill a Student Intern position at its Corporate Headquarters, located in downtown Birmingham. This will be a paid internship. The internship will be part-time and the hours will be approximately 20 hours per week. However, based on a student's work-load there will be opportunities for additional hours.

 

This intern position will support the contract operations for Alabama Power. This position requires an individual that is a self-starter, possess excellent organizational skill, comfortable working in a team environment and supports Alabama Power Company's Safety Goal of Target Zero. Candidate must possess a positive attitude, customer focus and a strong attention to detail.

 

Primary Responsibilities: Learning and writing code to help support Contract Services applications. Creating and maintaining databases. Support mapping applications (GIS). Troubleshooting basic computer and network problems. Assist in troubleshooting mobile devices.

 

Qualifications: Must be a currently enrolled student and may work at least 15-20 hours per week during normal business hours. Preference on EE, CE, or ME ; other majors accepted: Business & Geography. Candidate must have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA. Familiarity with Python, VB.NET, VBA, or SQL preferred. Rising Sophomores and Juniors preferred. Must not require the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future (US Citizen or Permanent Residents only)

 

Contact: Giuli Biondi Williams / Campus Recruiter / Southern Company / Email: gabiondi@southernco.com / Work: 205 257 2336

 

CLUTCH!

Fall Internship

 

Opportunity: Clutch is seeking BSC Business Majors. Clutch! is a local sports technology startup company located in Birmingham. We are hiring interns for fall semester. Clutch is located at Innovation Depot.  Good opportunity for an entrepreneurial type. Marketing and Growth Internship. Dates: September-December (start and end dates flexible). Time Commitment: 16 hours/week

 

Clutch! is gameday parking marketplace enabling sports fans to rent privately held spaces through the Clutch! mobile app. We are looking for someone to join our Marketing team for this fall semester as we expand to seven new college football markets. You will be able to assist with various aspects of marketing and gain a broad experience and understanding of what it is like to work at a startup.

 

We believe in creating raving fans! We seek to enhance the overall fan experience at the events we support from the moment fans arrive. We do this by committing to five core values: Be flexible : We embrace new ideas and adapt quickly to new challenges. Do more than your job : We value the team above ourselves. Have fun : We create a positive working environment where people can flourish. Show empathy : We care deeply about our work, our customers, and each other. Be better every day : We seek to learn, grow and improve continuously.

 

Description: Assisting with the management of Clutch!’s Brand Ambassador program across ten campuses, ensuring all campuses have what they need to succeed. Using Wordpress to make updates to Clutch!’s website as we receive new information about locations and events. Communicating with Clutch! Sellers and ambassadors, answering their questions about the app, our referral program, or anything else they may need to know. Writing reports on our website and email strategy, keeping the Clutch! team updated on the status of our website and emails. This is an unpaid position, but we are willing to work with your college or university to see if you can get college credit for this internship.

 

Contact:  / GRANT PARSONS / MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE / CLUTCH! / 1500 1st Avenue N, Unit 99, Birmingham, AL 35203 / Phone: 404.317.0355 / grant@imclutch.com

 

JONES VALLEY TEACHING FARM

Fall Production Internship

 

Description: The Production Internship is an opportunity for a select number of participants to learn and practice a variety of skills related to urban farming and small scale mixed vegetable production. Your can learn more about our work at jvtf.org. Our Farmers work hard to be both efficient and experimental with our farming practices as we establish a beautiful and diverse ecosystem in the city. Under the direction of the Farm Manager and Assistant Farm Manager, Production Interns will learn about soil preparation, crop care, harvest, and marketing of produce as they support the day-to day operations of our 3-acre farm campus in the heart of downtown Birmingham.

 

While the work will be hard, there are perks to being a Production Intern! This is a tremendous opportunity for growth and learning. These skills and experiences are applicable in a variety of environments, and we hope they will challenge you in new and positive ways.

 

About: Jones Valley Teaching Farm (JVTF) Founded in 2002, JVTF is a non-profit 501(c)(3) located in Birmingham, Alabama. In 2012, JVTF established Good School Food (GSF), a food education model rooted in academic standards and implemented in partnership with Birmingham City Schools. In the GSF model, JVTF designs and builds extensive teaching farm sites where staff deliver programming that connects students to food, farming, and the culinary arts through in-school and after school programming. Since 2012, JVTF has expanded the program to seven partner schools, including five in one distinct

pre-K-12 feeder pattern in the Woodlawn community.

 

The Site: Over ten years ago, ground was broken and the first seeds were sown on a city block at the corner of 25th St and 7th Ave North. With over 250 varieties of vegetables, fruit, herbs, and flowers visible from interstate systems and skyscrapers, this three-acre urban farm continues to draw thousands of students, volunteers, and visitors to the heart of Birmingham each year. Though your primary responsibilities are in farm production practices, this role supports our education programs and furthers our mission.

 

Qualifications:  Believers in the power of education and food. A commitment to Social Justice. An ability to communicate effectively with diverse groups of individuals. A high degree of self-reliance, confidence, and initiative. A positive attitude and the ability to hear, reflect upon, and implement feedback. A demonstrated interest in understanding organic and sustainable growing practices. Individuals who are capable of lifting 50+lbs and participating in the demands of farm work for full days in varying weather.

 

Notes: This is an unpaid learning opportunity with access to organic produce as it is available. Production Interns are expected to work at minimum 10 hours per week in shifts from 8-12 and/or 1-5 during the work week between

August-November. Interns are also required to work a mandatory Tuesday morning shift from 8:30-12. Any college credit must be coordinated by the student at the institution’s discretion.

 

To Apply: Please submit a letter of interest and resume with the subject “2019 Fall Production Internship” to Farm Manager, Jessica Hill at jessica@jvtf.org . Deadline for this application is July 15th.

 

Contact: Jessica Hill / Farm Manager / Jones Valley Teaching Farm / Downtown Farm Campus / 314-607-3507 / jessica@jvtf.org

 

PREFERRED MACHINE WORKS

Architect Trainee

 

Opportunity: ServiceNow 1099 Contractor.  Three levels.  Will train the right person! All candidates must pass a background check!

 

Highest Level - ServiceNow Architect with a strong background in ServiceNow custom application development. 5+ years experience developing on the ServiceNow platform. All the mid level skills. ServiceNow Experience should include scripting, platform configuration, design, and deployment. Candidates should possess the skill to develop on the ServiceNow platform including the

customization of the core applications such as Incident, Problem, Change, and Service Catalog. Custom application development on the ServiceNow platform including Custom UI Pages and content in the CMS. Experience with working or developing with JavaScript - HTML5, Jelly, jQuery and AngularJS a plus. ServiceNow Systems Administration Certified. Excellent communication skills. US Citizenship required.
 

Mid Level - ServiceNow Architect / Senior Developer. Provide consulting on ServiceNow implementation. Requirements: gathering, Analysis and document the process for implementation. Design and develop Enterprise Service Management solutions using ServiceNow. Configuration / customization of ServiceNow, including creating workflows. Performs integrations and process automation. Performs system and integration testing with sample and live data. External application development using in-built services. Lead development and implementation of ServiceNow solutions. Should be able to work all the processes / modules of ServiceNow. Achieve high level of customer satisfaction on all consulting engagements. Work with offshore team and deliver the solution to customer. Responsible for the overall design of the ServiceNow application and mapping client business requirements to systems and technical requirements. serve as a leader and will be responsible for mentoring junior developers. perform Senior Developer work in support of solutions, implementations and optimization of the system. leading monthly forums, sharing demo’s, best practices and lessons learned; by becoming as a subject management expert. Candidate must be self-motivated with a proven track record in ITSM technologies and comfortable in the dynamic government to contractor organization. Must be familiar with Service (Help Desk) Desk and ITIL framework. ServiceNow Systems Administration Certified. Excellent communication skills. US Citizenship required.

 

Low Level - We will train - have previous IT experience / studies / degree etc.

Pay starts at $15/hour. Need to pass ServiceNow System Administration Certification/Exam. Pay will go up to $17.50. 2 more certs/licenses required before 90 days end. After 2nd cert/license pay will go up to $22.50. After 90 days the candidate will be hired to a company as W2 employee 40+ hours per week + benefits (3 certs/licenses required, self-starter). Excellent communication skills. US Citizenship required.

 

Contact: Stuart Dalton / Preferred Machine Works, Inc / Office: 770-720-7559 / Fax: 770-720-7586 / prefmach@windstream.net

 

HUEYTOWN FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Organist

 

Opportunity: Hueytown First United Methodist Church is seeking an Organist to accompany our traditional choir and provide service music. We have a two manual Austin organ from 1963 that has been well maintained by a loving church.

 

The Church Organist should available for our weekly Sunday worship and Wednesday evening rehearsal. The organist will also provide organ music for special church-wide programs including Christmas, Easter, and other special events.

 

To Apply: Please email or mail your resume and letter of interest to: Kate Richardson / Hueytown First UMC / 110 Sunset Drive, Hueytown, AL 35023 /

info@hueytownfirst.com

 

Contact: Kate Richardson / Staff Parish Chairperson / gmkater09@gmail.com

 

FOUNDRY MINISTRIES

Non-Profit Internship

 

The Foundry is a non-profit social service organization seeking volunteers to perform a variety of administrative and direct service functions.

 

The timeframe for the internship is flexible but at least one semester would be preferred.  Ideally, the student would receive class credit since it is an unpaid internship. 

 

Contact: Charlotte Knapp / Marketing Manager / Foundry Ministries / Office: 205.432.1092 ext. 1420 / foundryministries.com / cquinn@foundryministries.com

 

NORTHSTAR SOCCER MINISTRIES

Marketing & Communications Coordinator

 

Opportunity: NorthStar Soccer Ministries is looking for a candidate who will help the Executive Director and the Board of Directors grow our non-profit organization by providing support and leadership primarily in the areas of marketing and communication. The candidate must be committed to learn, accept, and advance the NorthStar mission throughout the community and city.  

 

Description: Marketing in support of financial development (approximately 50% of total time): Provide material to support Board-led fundraising campaigns. Design and maintain website, social media, e-mail campaigns, printed newsletters, donor appreciation and communication, and online advertising campaign.

 

Marketing & Communication in support of program development (approximately 25% of total time): Develop material (printed newsletters, electronic communication) for communication with parents and coaches within the program. Provide material to assist the Executive Director for promoting the program to new players/parents and also recruiting coaches. Assist the Executive Director and Board committees in monitoring program effectiveness and using this data for both improvement of program design and incorporating into financial development. 

 

Public Relations (approximately 15% of total time): Managing & developing the brand of the organization and promoting awareness of the organization and its mission in the community and beyond. Developing opportunities for Executive Director, Board members and Volunteers to speak on behalf of the organization at Mission Conferences and other targeted venues.

 

General Support (approximately 10% of total time): Program Support: be available to support coaches and field directors during practices and games when needed. Administrative Support: share office management duties with the Executive.

 

Qualifications: Experience: Training & experience in marketing. Designing print and online material. Composing copy for print and online material. Designing and utilizing customer surveys. Group presentations. Video production. Event management.

 

Competencies: Ability to work well on teams. Be able to work independently. Creativity. Ability to train and lead volunteers in marketing. Ability to work with and guide outside service providers. Flexibility to adjust to shifting work schedules. Willing & able to support the faith component of the organization. Ability to relate well to kids.

 

Compensation and Benefits: Starting salary is a range from $34,000 to $38,000. Retirement contribution in 2nd year of employment.

 

Contact: Hayden Hilt / hthilt@gmail.com / P.O. Box 11512 / Birmingham, AL 35202 / 205-322-9296 / pneville@northstaryouthministries.org / www.northstarsoccerministries.org

 

CAMP WINADU

Sports Counselor

 

Opportunity: Still Looking for an Awesome Outdoor Paid Summer Job/Internship? We are seeking a General Sports Leadership Counselor. Outdoor Summer Job with Kids. Pays Salary, Travel, All Room & Board.

 

Description: Sports Counselors at Winadu assist in all aspects of the Camp Program.  Counselors work as part of a team where you will help assist and run all the activities camp has to offer. 

 

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be high energy, fun and flexible in providing an experience that can enhance the skill level of every camper which embraces our motto “Building Character Through Sports.”  All Counselors must have a love for sports, not scared of trying new things and are responsible for a cabin of campers, where they share the day to day responsibilities with 2-3 other co-counselors. 

 

Activities could be anything from a wide range of activities at the lake, coaching flag football, helping run sports clinics, or participating in a shaving cream fight. 

 

We offer a competitive salary, generous travel stipend, and all room and board expenses.  Internships are available for certain majors.  Winadu is approximately 3 hours from Boston and NYC.

 

For a peek at our camp community and facilities visit our website to see what you could be a part of this summer: www.campwinadu.com.  Watch an episode of last summer’s weekly video series, Friday Night Lights, click on the link to watch: https://vimeo.com/226515697.  

 

To Apply: Let Us Know You are Interested:  https://campwinadu.wufoo.com/forms/qrcw5h208k9ww6/

https://campwinadu.wufoo.com/forms/zqgvy2v03bj07a/

 

Contact: Mike Girling | Assistant Director | Camp Winadu | 914-437-7200 |campwinadu.com | mike@campwinadu.com

 

MAGIC CITY PARKING

Valets

 

Opportunity: Magic City Parking has a job opening for valet drivers. This is an ideal job for students because of the flexible schedule, hours, and daily tips. We employ multiple students from several different schools and would love to add Birmingham Southern students to our team!

 

Students will easily be able to learn more about our company through our website and social media that is conventionally located at the bottom of our homepage. Furthermore, our reputation as a company and how we treat our employees can be viewed on reviews online.

 

To Apply: magiccityparking.com

 

Contact: Patton Fussell / Owner / Magic City Parking / 205-835-2672 / magiccityparking.com / magiccityparkingsystems@gmail.com

 

SMITH & NEPHEW HEALTHCARE

Associate Sales Rep

 

Opportunity: Do you have a passion for having a real impact on people's health and well-being? Are you self-motivated and high energy? Are you looking for a chance to work in the operating room setting, with cutting edge medical technology with an industry leader? If so, we are looking for someone like you to join our Recon team.

 

Description: The Recon Associate Sales Representative supports the Reconstruction sales teams within an assigned territory with OR case coverage, installations, trouble-shooting and maintenance, demo inventory setup and customer in-service.

 

Covers cases for reps at various selected accounts and provides moderate sales support. Provides technical information to surgeons consistent with product user manuals. Assists with inventory moves between accounts. Assists and trains hospital personnel in the proper use and care of product and equipment. Learns and maintains a high level of technical information as it relates to surgery and procedures. Completes structured product /sales training assessments. Gains and maintains an acceptable level of knowledge of the Recon product line, business objectives, pricing strategies, and sales techniques for Recon products. Supports the district sales targets by supporting existing accounts as well as developing and executing a plan to develop new business opportunities. Passes all classroom and on the job training assessments. Establishes regular performance evaluations to ensure targeted development of the essential quantitative and qualitative metrics for territory growth.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor Degree.  1+ years of B2B Sales experience preferred, or experience in an Operating Room as an Emergency Medical Technician or in a related field such as Physical Education or Therapy. Clinical knowledge/experience a great plus. Personal integrity and accountability. Demonstrated ability to work on a team. Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills.

 

Compensation: $50,000 annual salary, car stipend, gas card, Benefits from Day 1, 401K/401K plus, 18 days PTO

 

Contact: Crystal De Sousa |Talent Acquisition Specialist | crystal.desousa@hudsonrpo.com | Direct: 416-799-1292 (EST) | www.smith-nephew.com

 

FOUNDATIONS EARLY LEARNING & FAMILY CENTER

3K Teacher

 

Opportunity: Foundations Early Learning & Family Center is a Christ-centered pre-school in Fairfield that serves children and their families to equip them for success in school and in life. We are seeking candidates for a 3K position we are hiring for this Fall. Very competitive salary and benefits.

 

Description: Understand and implement Foundations’ philosophy by following established policies. Meet regularly with teaching partner to plan and implement activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual needs of the children in the program. Create schedules and routines to ensure children have predictable structure. Submit lesson plans two weeks in advance to the Head of School (HOS) for review. Request materials needed for projects and communicate to HOS or designee when supplies are becoming depleted. Allow at least two weeks notification to receive supplies. Observe children to evaluate and record their progress. Observe and document signs of developmental and emotional problems in each child and convene with HOS, parents or other professionals if necessary. Maintain up-to-date records to document the progress and growth of each student. Develop a positive relationship with each child and each child’s family to promote optimal growth and development. Conduct individual parent-teacher conferences twice a year to give updates on the child’s progress with accurate record keeping. Assist/teach personal hygiene, specifically toileting, hand-washing, and tooth-brushing. Conduct yourself in a professional manner by being punctual, wearing appropriate attire, and using positive, edifying language. Maintain confidentiality and security. Help maintain facility in a clean, safe and satisfactory condition. Maintain a positive relationship with other programs sharing the same facility. Participate in daily worship, finding ways to utilize the full 30-minute timeframe. Work with after school care (ASC) staff to provide continuity to maximize benefits for the children and further their spiritual development. Meet all regulations and requirements as laid out in the operations and staff manuals. Be available for periodic evening events, such as open houses, end of year ceremonies, core parent involvement meetings, holiday performances/events.

 

Qualifications: Be at least 21 years old. Have at least CDA or associate’s degree in early childhood education or child development. Have specialized training in early childhood field. Submit to a background check. Have a heart for the urban community and will participate in ongoing training in matters related to serving in an urban setting. Have a love for the Lord Jesus Christ. Be committed to Christian pre-school education for children and their families.

 

Notes: The position has the expectation of an 8-hour day (generally 7:30 – 3:30), covers 187 work days (7 of which are teacher work/training days), and includes the following benefits: Group health insurance option with $150/month paid for by Foundations. Optional retirement plan with a company match. 5 days of PTO time, which may be taken in hourly increments. See FoundationsEarlyLearning.org for application information.

 

Contact: John Malone / Board Chairman / 205-276-5578 / dec1397@yahoo.com  or Patrick Sadler / HR Chairman / patricksadler@hotmail.com

 

CLUTCH!

Brand Ambassador / Summer Program

 

Opportunity: Clutch! is a gameday parking marketplace enabling sports fans to rent privately held spaces. We are looking for Brand Ambassadors in Birmingham, AL to promote Clutch! at various local events, including Birmingham Legion FC games, Birmingham Barons games, and any other

special events that pop up around town.

 

About: Clutch! is a gameday parking app and a startup out of Birmingham, AL. Fans attending sporting events, community events, and even concerts can reserve their parking spot ahead of time on the Clutch! app. Local residents and companies selling parking can list their spots on the app,

and thus do not have to stand outside with a cardboard sign selling parking anymore. We have a parking partnership with the Birmingham Legion FC and we offer parking for Birmingham Barons games.

 

Description: As an ambassador for Clutch!, you will be getting the word out about Clutch! and the benefits of the app. There are two types of events you could work as a Clutch! Brand Ambassador: Birmingham Legion games and Birmingham Barons games. At Legion games, you will be handing out flyers to fans who are going to the game but not using Clutch! to park. At

Birmingham Barons games, you will be manning a Clutch! Brand activation, handing out swag and talking to visitors of Good People Brewing about Clutch!.

 

Qualifications: Applicants must be a resident of the Birmingham, AL area. Applicants must have good communication and people skills. Applicants must be available to work shifts in the afternoons and evenings on weekdays

and Saturdays. Ability to lift up to 30 lbs preferred.

 

Contact: Amber Bowden / Clutch! / amber@imclutch.com

 

JAFFE & ERDBERG LAW FIRM

Fulltime Law Clerk

 

Description; Jaffe & Erdberg has an immediate opening for a full-time law clerk.  The clerk will be responsible collecting medical records for our clients in the personal injury practice group.

 

Qualifications: Excellent organizational skills and communication capabilities.  The job will entail contacting medical providers, reviewing medical records, and entering medical expenses on client data sheets. 

 

Note: We will provide the training needed to succeed in this position.  Our busy litigation practice may also require assistance during trial weeks. 

 

To Apply: Please submit resumes to jaime@333lawyers.com

 

Contact: Jaime C. Erdberg / Attorney at Law / Jaffe & Erdberg, PC / 600 20th Street North, Suite 400, Birmingham, AL 35203 / T:  205-333-3333 / F:  205-323-7177 / http://www.jaffeerdberg.com / jaime@333lawyers.com

 

BRADFORD & HOLLIMAN LAW FIRM

Receptionist/Admin Asst

 

Opportunity: Bradford & Holliman, LLC, a local Elder Law and Estate Planning law firm located in Pelham, Alabama, needs two Receptionists/Administrative Assistants for Monday-Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  Students must be available to work 24 hours each week; however, a 32 hour week is ideal.  Accommodations may be possible based on student class schedules.

 

Qualifications: The Receptionist/Administrative Assistant will display a high degree of poise, modest dress, and professionalism. The candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and will be able to communicate with clients and guests in a concise and clear manner. The ideal candidate will also be able to handle sensitive information with discretion and be able to cope with multiple tasks in an effective manner. Ability to take initiative and learn skills quickly. Attention to detail. Extremely organized, efficient, and resourceful.

 

Description: Answer incoming telephone calls and direct call traffic to the proper person. Utilize Clio to schedule appointments with attorneys and paralegal staff. Assist with copying documents, scanning documents to a cloud based network, and basic filing. Work closely with the clients, guests, and staff to ensure seamless day-to-day operations as the first line of contact with visitors and attorneys. Greet and announce visitors in a friendly and business-like manner. Provide hospitality services for meetings. Provide support for miscellaneous administrative requests with a “can-do” attitude. Create a welcoming, comfortable and professional environment for all clients, guests, and staff.

 

Contact: Melanie B. Holliman / melanie@bradfordholliman.com or Christine Graham / Christine@bradfordholliman.com / 205-663-0281

 


MAY 2019

 

BOND & BOTES LAW FIRM

Internship

 

Opportunity: Bond & Botes Bankruptcy Law Firm is currently offering a 6-week internship. Students should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of a consumer bankruptcy practice. This is a true internship that does not offer pay and will not exceed a few hours a day. At the end, the intern may be offered a paying permanent position or a letter of recommendation.

 

Description: Assist in data mining for e-mail campaigns, online promotion, etc. Assist in scanning in all client documents to their paperless file. Assist with reporting of performance. Assist with monitoring the consult and court calendars. Help perform analysis of marketing and sales data. Open and sort mail. Enter contact information into contact management systems. Provide support to social media efforts. Provide back up to the Receptionist.

 

Qualifications: We are looking for a student who is seeking a career within the legal industry. This person should have excellent verbal and written communication skills, with extensive knowledge of Web and social media. PowerPoint, Word and Excel experience is a requirement and will be considered when choosing the best applicant for this internship position.

 

To Apply: In order to be considered, the student must email their resume to ampattorneyconsulting@gmail.com and leave a message at 214-632-2962 with 4 reasons they should be granted this internship.

 

Contact: Destini Thurn / Bond & Botes Bankruptcy Law Firm / 15 Southlake Lane, Suite 140, Birmingham, AL 35244 / dltheroct@gmail.com

 

THE COOKIE PLACE

Accounting Clerk

 

Description: Basic accounting functions. Verifies deposits. Works with spreadsheets, purchase ledgers and journals.  Bank reconciliation.  Month end reporting.  Office duties, clerical tasks, filing, scanning.

 

Qualifications: Accounting knowledge and skill. One year experience in business, office, administrative, clerical, or accounting. Knowledge of MS Office software, including MS Excel.  Highly organized.  attention to detail.

 

Contact: Gary Weintraub / The Cookie Place, Inc. / gweintraub@pizitzgroup.com

 

HYDE ENGINEERING

Administrative Assistant

 

Opportunity: We are seeking a dynamic Office/Personal Assistant for part-time work, up to 20 hours per week/$25.50 per hour.

 

Description: Tracks data and source documents. Prepares and sorts source documents, and identifies and interprets data to be entered.Compiles, sorts and verifies data for accuracy. Contacts responsible parties or clients from other organization to resolve moderately complex questions, inconsistencies, or missing data. Perform Records keeping, keyboarding/data entry and performing a variety of other office tasks account balancing, invoicing recording, proper data analysis of sales records and recording pay slips into accounting database. All these will be done through the use of the accounting Software, such as faxing or emailing confidently and positive attitude.

 

Contact: Jonathan Allen / Hyde Engineering Inc / 3120 Avenue S, Birmingham, AL 35208 / http://www.hyde-egr.com / jonathanallen@engineer.com / (205) 982-0900

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Development Director

 

Opportunity: Job announcement, and supplemental questionnaire for the following position has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open. The following job has been posted for applications and will close June 7, 2019:

 

Development Director

 

Contact: Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept. / 27 Madison Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

LANDSCAPE WORKSHOP

Supply Chain Coordinator

 

Opportunity: The Supply Chain Coordinator is responsible for negotiating and controlling supply chain costs for the Company.  Core responsibilities include reducing costs related to purchases of plant and hard material, fuel, chemicals, vehicle repairs, vehicles (including leases), other capital assets, and other bulk items. Maintain fixed asset records for company and conduct annual inventory.

 

Description: Negotiation and purchase of Company assets and materials, including landscape maintenance equipment, vehicles, construction equipment, uniforms, marketing materials, safety supplies, building leasehold improvements, and other Corporate Office related items. Maintenance of fixed asset records, including monitoring of asset inventory records for proper recording by location and maintenance of all asset purchase records such as titles and bills of sale. Fleet maintenance coordination to ensure assets are being properly serviced and maintained. Periodic asset inventory checks at all locations and verification of adherence to Company policies and procedures. Preparation of Company property tax filings in accordance with state laws. Monitoring and verification of fuel inventory, including fuel tracking and reporting of usage to location managers with on site fuel cells. Preparation of depreciation reports for Corporate Accounting Department. Vehicle registrations including compliance with Department of Transportation reporting regulations and asset records for proper compliance with existing laws. Assist with liability insurance claims related to company assets that includes filling of claims after approval from management.  Uphold values of the Company and of McKinney Capital and have zero tolerance for knowing violations of our values. Assist with special projects as necessary.

 

Compensation/Incentive: Base salary of $45,000/year.  Target Bonus of 10% of base salary.  Metrics are Company EBITDA versus budget and customer retention.

 

Contact: Christianna Denelsbeck / Vice President of Finance / Landscape Workshop / office: 205.547.3946, ext 1350 / mobile: 205.792.9609 / cdenelsbeck@landscapeworkshop.com

 

HENINGER GARRISON DAVIS LAW FIRM

Receptionist

 

Opportunity: Heninger Garrison Davis Law Firm is offering a great opportunity for full-time receptionist with three to five year’s experience to take on immediate position with a fast-paced, established Birmingham law firm.

 

Qualifications: Candidate must be computer proficient in Microsoft Office. Strong communication and customer service sills, attention to detail, and good organizational skills also essential. College or associates degree preferred.

 

Description: Responsibilities include managing front reception desk and switchboard with other law firm administrative functions.

 

Note: Competitive salary commensurate with experience and outstanding medical benefits. Heninger Garrison Davis, LLC is an equal employment opportunity employer.

 

To Apply: For consideration, please email resume with employment, salary history and listed referrals to Tzena Gauldin tgauldin@hgdlawfirm.com

 

Contact: Tzena Gauldin / Firm Administrator / Heninger Garrison Davis, LLC / 2224 1st Avenue N, Birmingham AL 35203 / Tel:205.326.3336 / Fax: 205.326.3332 / tgauldin@hgdlawfirm.com / www.hgdlawfirm.com

 

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH PORT SAINT JOE FLORIDA

Director of Youth Ministry (Full Time)

 

Description:  Direct and lead youth programming for Middle School and High School age youth.  Seek to foster Christian community through building relationships with young people that strengthen their commitment to the church and faith growth in Jesus Christ. Organize and direct volunteers and implement weekly activities during the school year.  Summer months organize youth mission trips, youth spiritual advancement trips and fun outings.  Provide programs geared to spiritual, personal and social growth including outreach to youth in the community. Salary based on education and experience. Position is opening June 1, 2019.

 

Contact: Bill Brown / Church Administrator / First United Methodist Church / Port St. Joe, Florida / 850-637-5491 / wbrown3d@cox.net 

 

CAMP INDIAN SPRINGS

College Counselors

 

Opportunity: Camp Indian Springs located on the campus of Indian Springs School in Pelham is in need of up to three (3) additional College Counselors for our day camp program. Camp Indian Springs, formerly called Spain Park Summer Day Camp, is in its 5th year on the Indian Springs School campus and has grown each year. Last year we experienced our highest enrollment with an average of 190 campers per week. You can check us out on the web at www.campindiansprings119.com

 

Notes: Camp operates for nine (9) weeks beginning May 29th and ending July 26th. College counselors work Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 3:20 PM. The pay ranges from $325 to $350 depending on experience..

 

Description: The primary responsibility of the College Counselor is to supervise and lead a group of campers divided by age and gender. The breakdown of the groups are as follows:

 

5-6 Boys or 5-6 Girls

7-8 Boys or 7-8 Girls

9-10 Boys or 9-10 Girls

11-13 Boys or 11-13 Girls

 

Camper activities include canoeing, arts and crafts, organized play games, field trips and much more. While many of these activities are planned in the daily schedules, College Counselors are responsible to plan age-appropriate activities to fill open slots. If you enjoy kids and like being a part of one of the BEST day camp programs available today, then you will want to work for us!

 

Contact: Danny Spencer / Camp Indian Spring / Shelby County, AL / (205) 982-9720 / campindianspring119@gmail.com

 

SPRING VALLEY SCHOOL

Administration, Events, & Marketing Internship

 

Summer/Fall 2019

 

About: The Hettie Johnson Institute (HJI), as the outreach arm of Spring Valley School, has an ardent wish to bring success to those who struggle in their learning because of a specific difficulty such as dyslexia and to equip teachers to help them with the latest evidence-based professional development and learning opportunities. By offering twenty-first-century answers in dyslexia and learning disability education, teacher training, as well as parent and student support services, HJI aspires to make a difference in learning and teaching in the state of Alabama.

 

Description: Assist with correspondence and scheduling. Assist with keeping distribution lists up-to-date. Assist with managing events calendar. Assist with drafting and managing marketing timeline. Assist with scheduling frequent social media posts and researching content. Assist with the coordination of community events. Assist with identifying promotional opportunities and targeting audiences surrounding all events. Attend HJI Advisory Council meetings once/month

 

Qualifications: Enrolled in an accredited college or university in the Birmingham area. Notable passion for the field of education and/or advocacy for learning difference education. Proficient computer skills (primarily Microsoft Office) and Google Suite. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Well-organized and reliable self-starter. Strategically manages time while assisting with multiple projects. Energetic and eager to tackle new ideas and projects.

 

Why Intern with HJI: Enhance your resume with notable experience in the field of community engagement. Participate in various networking opportunities. Gain experience with strategically maintaining online databases. Experience communicating across various platforms and to various audiences. Help change the world, one teacher and one student at a time.

Notes: This internship will be offered for class credit only (non-paid), hours flexible based on course requirements. Immediate start is preferred. Background check and drug screening required upon starting work.

 

Contact: Kristen Jackson / Communications Coordinator / Spring Valley School / 2701 Sydney Drive, Birmingham AL 35211 / 205-423-8660 / kjackson@springvalleyschool.org / www.springvalleyschool.org

 

KINGSWOOD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Director of Children and Youth

 

About: Kingswood United Methodist Church, located in the Terrance Hills neighborhood adjacent to Dodge Elementary School in Mobile, Alabama, is known for a commitment to uplifting and meaningful traditional worship, excellent Christian educational opportunities, and heartfelt mission and ministry to those Jesus described as “the least of these.”

 

Opportunity: We are in the process of taking our Children’s and Youth Ministry to the next level as we endeavor to be more responsive to the spiritual needs of our neighbors and their children. The Director of Children and Youth Ministry will be an important and integral part of this exciting

opportunity and will report directly to the Pastor.

 

Description: Responsibilities include the leadership and coordination of outreach, missional, and educational offerings for children and youth within and beyond the walls of Kingswood United Methodist Church, as well as the recruitment of volunteers to implement new and invigorating age-appropriate programs. This full-time position includes overseeing and coordinating: a) Sunday School curriculum for children and youth, b) activities for Children’s Church and United Methodist Youth, c) participation in children and youth choral and hand bell choirs, d) life-changing service projects and mission trips, and e) special community-wide seasonal events open to the public. Salary is commensurate with experience.

 

Contact: Kathy Knight, Pastor / Kingswood United Methodist Church / 5200 Perin Road, Mobile, AL  36693 / (251) 661-0420 / pastorkathy@bellsouth.net

 

MITCHELL'S PLACE

Registered Behavior Technician for ABA Services

 

Overview: Responsible for conducting assessments, gathering data and implementing intervention plans. Reports to: BCBA Supervisor.

 

Description: Help administer assessments. Functional behavior assessments/ functional analyses. Verbal Behavior- Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP). Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills-Revised (ABLLS-R). Preference assessments. SRA Direct Instruction placement and progress tests. Focus instruction on goals and benchmarks outlined in the Individualized Treatment Plan. Discrete Trial Teaching. Implement structured, individualized, skill acquisition programs. Collect and graph data daily. Replace targets and programs when mastered. Prepare all teaching materials, note cards, data sheets, and reinforcers. Graph comprehensive data weekly. Follow individualized reinforcement schedules. Direct Instruction. Follow direct instruction curriculum as outlined in the teaching book and guide. Follow individualized reinforcement schedules. Ensure that all children in the group are responding. Administer one-on-one behavior intervention programs. Follow behavior change procedures outlined in the BIP. Collect and record data, when necessary. Graph behavior intervention data daily. Natural Environment Teaching (NET). Implement individualized natural environment teaching procedures. Collect and graph data daily. Research articles relevant to ABA strategies, programs, and interventions. Gather materials for assessment and teaching. For assessment- VB-MAPP and ABLLS. For DTT- note cards and manipulatives.

 

Qualifications: Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities. Ability to foster a cooperative work environment. Strong interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written) and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community. Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills to a level needed to influence change and mold work behaviors of all stakeholders. Coursework and/or training specific to the field of ABA. Previous experience working with children with Autism. Bachelor’s degree or higher in Special Education, Psychology or a related field preferred. Registered Behavior Technician

 

Contact: Rachel Garcia Mills | Mitchell’s Place / 4778 Overton Road, Birmingham AL / rmills@mitchells-place.com / P: 205-957-0294 / F: 205-957-0298

 

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN COLLEGE

Summer Conference Assistant

 

Qualifications: Interest in working with campus visitors, offering assistance and support services to visiting summer groups; Academic classification of sophomore or above at the time of employment; Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 at the time of application; Resident of BSC residence hall for at least one semester preferred.

 

Time Commitment - The SCA position is the SCA’s principal employment.  Extracurricular activities or part-time jobs should not conflict with the time needed to perform the duties related to hosting their assigned groups on campus.

        

Remuneration - Each SCA receives his/her private room rent free, provided the SCA satisfactorily performs within the job description. The pay rate is $7.25 per hour. 

        

College Policy - The SCA is expected to support and enforce College policy and regulations as outlined in the Student Handbook and Summer Group Guidelines.

        

The SCA is expected to carry out other duties and responsibilities as assigned by his/her House Director or the Director of Facilities and Events.

 

Description: Summer Conference Assistants work under the direct supervision of the Director of Facilities and Events. The SCA is assigned to specific sports camps, conferences, and workshops for the duration of the summer season. The SCA is responsible for an initial key check of all dorm rooms on campus prior to the beginning of the summer season, and will be responsible for assigning keys to each visiting group at the beginning of the camp/conference/workshop and collecting keys from each visiting group at the conclusion of the camp/conference/workshop. The SCA will issue floor maps and appropriate paperwork to each visiting group and will be responsible for supervisory dorm checks during each camp/conference/workshop. Appropriate paperwork (incident reports, etc.) must be maintained for each visiting group.

 

Notes: The SCA will work 37.5 hours each week, Monday through Friday, from 8:15 AM until 4:45 PM. A one-hour lunch break is expected. As long as all job duties are performed satisfactorily, the SCA is allowed time off for vacation, provided all camps and workshops are settled. Approval of vacation is entirely at the discretion of the Director of Facilities and Events. It is not possible to perform all duties as an SCA and enroll in daytime classes during the summer. The time commitment for an SCA is too great to allow adequate time for daytime classes and required study. You may register for evening or weekend classes. Part-time work at night or on the weekend is allowed; however, such part-time employment must not interfere with primary employment.

 

Work begins Monday, June 3, 2019 and ends Friday, August 2, 2019.   

 

Contact: Anne Curry (acurry@bsc.edu, 226-4904); or Travis Prince (twprince@bsc.edu, 226-4994)

 

TECTA AMERICA

Intern/Construction Project Manager

 

Opportunity: Tecta America, the nation’s largest Commercial Roofing Contractor has openings for two project manager interns at our office in Birmingham, AL.  These paid internships have a very strong possibility of leading to permanent full time positions at Tecta America. 

 

Description: The ideal candidate must have a degree or be on track to obtain a degree within the next 18 months.  The successful candidates will work closely with our Senior Project Managers in managing multiple construction projects in various states including materials management, equipment needs, licensing compliance, owner coordination, labor logistics and managing correspondence with product manufacturers. 

 

Qualifications: Must be willing and able to visit ongoing construction projects.  Occasional travel will be required.  You must be capable of operating basic software programs including Word, Excel, Powerpoint, ect.  Must be able to learn to operate proprietary programs both on desktop and tablet formats.  Experience with social media is a plus. Must be physically fit and be able to maneuver around active construction projects.  Strong verbal communication skills are a plus.  Must be able to manage several tasks at one time and adhere to stringent time lines. Must be able to follow directions when given as well as work independently and be a problem solver. 

 

Notes: Must have an acceptable driving record, be able to pass a drug screen and pass a general background screening.  We offer a competitive wage, health insurance, dental, vision, life, paid holidays, paid vacation and a 401K program with company match.  The positions can be part time or full time depending on the candidate and the schedule may be flexible in order to accommodate educational requirements.

 

Contact: Jim Holt | President | Tecta America Southeast, LLC

jholt@tectaamerica.com | D: 205-623-2213 | C: 205-515-5648

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Chief Electrical Inspector

 

Job announcement, and supplemental questionnaire for the following position has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close May 6, 2019: Chief Electrical Inspector

 

Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept / 27 Madison Avenue

Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

STARTNES DAVIS FLORIE LAW FIRM

Pre-Law Clerk

 

Opportunity: We are seeking pre-law school candidates looking for legal experience at a litigation firm in Birmingham, Alabama. This is a full time/paid position with benefits. Time Frame: One year commitment – Full Time Position

 

Description: Responsible for preparing, drafting, and organizing information for legal forms and documents, including complaints, responses, discovery requests, responses, and other pleadings. Researches laws, statutes, constitutions, regulations, court opinions, including precedents and reasoning. Ability to interact regularly with clients, experts, court personnel, and attorneys. Filing documents with federal and state court. Assembles case materials by collecting, organizing, and summarizing information and documents. Assists in preparation for trial by preparing reports, exhibits, subpoenas, evidence, and motions.

 

Skills/Qualifications: Basic Administration Skills, Administrative Writing Skills, Documentation Skills, Word Processing, Scheduling, Verbal Communication, MS Word/MS Excel

 

To Apply: All applicants please send your resume including your GPA to Renee Clements at rclements@starneslaw.com

 

Contact: Lauryn J. Lewis / Starnes, Davis, Flories / 100 Brookwood Place, 7th Floor, Birmingham, Alabama  35209 / (205) 868-6000  Office / (205) 868-6099  Fax / llewis@starneslaw.com

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Veterinarian Technician

 

Job announcement, and supplemental questionnaire for the following position has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close May 6, 2019: Veterinarian Technician

 

Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept / 27 Madison Avenue

Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

COLLEGE ADMISSIONS MADE POSSIBLE

Birmingham Summer Institute

 

Opportunity: The nonprofit organization, College Admissions Made Possible, which is involved in two different summer learning programs- the Birmingham Summer Institute (BSI) for rising 3rd-6th graders in the Birmingham and metro areas, and the Jefferson County Summer Institute (JCSI) for rising 7th & 8th grade students in the Jefferson County Schools system. JCSI is powered through GEAR UP Jefferson County.

 

Both programs provide academic intervention, holistic enrichment, and social-emotional learning (SEL) and utilize Teaching Fellows that serve as key players on our team. Fellows provide classroom support, work closely with community partners to lead enrichment, and utilize their unique skill set to make an impact on our team. In the past, the Fellows are the ones that spend the most time with students and build the deepest relationships with them. It's a great opportunity for college students.

 

About: Birmingham Summer Institute is a holistic, summer learning program that integrates culturally-responsive techniques in the classroom and community. With a focus on building trust and relationships, BSI seeks to identify and fulfill the unique needs of each student.

 

Description: We are looking for Teaching Fellows for the Birmingham Summer Institute (BSI), an elementary summer learning program. Fellows will support classroom teachers, lead small-group activities, build relationships with students, and have the opportunity to facilitate enrichment lessons. We facilitate our Fellowship through the AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate program.

 

Eligibility and Benefits: You must be 18 years or older. VISTAs receive a living allowance. VISTAs will receive either an education award or a cash

stipend at the end of their service.

 

JUNE 3-AUG 2 / MON – FRI / 7:30AM-3:30PM / ST. BARNABAS SCHOOL

 

Contact: Taylor Eads / teads@campcollege.org

Visit our website: thesummerscholars.org

 

COLLEGE ADMISSIONS MADE POSSIBLE

Jefferson County Summer Institute

 

Opportunity: The nonprofit organization, College Admissions Made Possible, which is involved in two different summer learning programs- the Birmingham Summer Institute (BSI) for rising 3rd-6th graders in the Birmingham and metro areas, and the Jefferson County Summer Institute (JCSI) for rising 7th & 8th grade students in the Jefferson County Schools system. JCSI is powered through GEAR UP Jefferson County.

 

Both programs provide academic intervention, holistic enrichment, and social-emotional learning (SEL) and utilize Teaching Fellows that serve as key players on our team. Fellows provide classroom support, work closely with community partners to lead enrichment, and utilize their unique skill set to make an impact on our team. In the past, the Fellows are the ones that spend the most time with students and build the deepest relationships with them. It's a great opportunity for college students.

 

About: The JeffCo Summer Institute is a holistic, summer learning program that integrates culturally-responsive techniques in the classroom and community. With a focus on building trust and relationships, JCSI seeks to identify and fulfill the unique needs of each student. Through a partnership with BSI and Jefferson County Schools, the Jefferson County Summer Institute will provide enrichment to over 400 rising 7th-8th graders in the JeffCo School System.

 

Description: We are looking for Teaching Fellows for the Jefferson County Summer Institute (JCSI), an elementary summer learning program. Fellows will support classroom teachers, lead small-group activities, build relationships with students, and work closely with community partners to

facilitate enrichment lessons. We facilitate our Fellowship through the AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate program.

 

Eligibility and Benefits: You must be 18 years or older. VISTAs receive a living allowance. VISTAs will receive either an education award or a cash stipend at the end of their service.

 

JUNE 6TH-JULY 3RD / 8:30AM-4:30PM / MONDAY-THURSDAY / RISING 7TH & 8TH GRADE / FOUR LOCATIONS: MCADORY, ERWIN, IRONDALE, AND MINOR MIDDLE SCHOOLS

 

Contact: Mallory Bubbett / mbubbett@campcollege.org

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Director of Risk Management

 

Job announcement, and supplemental questionnaire for the following position has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close until needs are met:  Director of Risk Management

 

 

Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept / 27 Madison Avenue

Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

SOUTH CUMBERLAND PLATEAU

AmeriCorps VISTA Program

 

Opportunity: Our program is called the South Cumberland Plateau AmeriCorps VISTA Program and we are currently accepting positions for AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associates to serve for 8 weeks, and for AmeriCorps VISTA members to serve for 1 year. I have attached flyers about our available positions, and below my signature you will find information you can forward to any interested student.

 

The South Cumberland Plateau (SCP) AmeriCorps VISTA Program is now accepting applicants for paid, summer and year-long service opportunities. VISTAs work in Franklin, Grundy and Marion counties in Southern Appalachia, and they serve as a catalyst for change by living and working alongside community members with the goal of eradicating poverty. The area where VISTA members work is a beautiful part of TN surrounded by forests and hiking trails, and is around 1 hour from Chattanooga, TN and about 1.5 hours from Nashville, TN. For more information about available positions, as well as application information, please read the position descriptions below.

 

Summer Associates:

 

Description: 8-week commitment (from May 30th-July 25th). Work in Sewanee, TN area, and surrounding towns. Summer Associates gain experience in building community partnerships, supporting and assisting low-income families, and developing communication and leadership skills. Excellent Opportunity for Individuals Interested in social justice and hunger issues, public health and community development.

 

Benefits: $1,888 living allowance.  $276 cash award or $1,289.95 education award, upon completion of program. SCP VISTA Program will fill 20 Summer

 

Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years old by May 30th.

 

Year-Long Positions:

 

Description: 1-year commitment. Partner with a local organization to build the organization’s capacity to alleviate poverty on the SCP.

 

Current positions available:

--AmeriCorps VISTA Funding and System Development Coordinator with the Grundy County Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

--AmeriCorps VISTA School Garden Network Coordinator with the Office of Civic Engagement in Collaboration with the Grundy County University of Tennessee Extension Office.

--AmeriCorps VISTA Hunger Relief & Literacy Coordinator with the Sewanee Dining Hall and Office of Civic Engagement at the University of the South.

 

Qualifications: Must be a college graduate at the start of service.

 

Benefits: Living allowance of more than $1,000 per month. Education award of $6,095, or cash award of $1,800, upon completion of program.

 

Contact: Emily Ezell / AmeriCorps VISTA Coordinator / South Cumberland Plateau VISTA Program / Office of Civic Engagement / The University of the South, Sewanee, TN / ecezell@sewanee.edu

 

THE BELL CENTER

Summer Program

 

The Bell Center is looking for summer volunteers. Our summer program starts on June 17th and runs through August 1st.  We are closed the week of July 1-5th.

 

Contact: Gina Henley / Volunteer Coordinator / 1700 29th Court South, Birmingham, AL 35209 / Phone (205) 879-3417 / Fax (205) 879-3416 / ghenley@thebellcenter.org / Website: www.thebellcenter.org

  

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Revenue Auditor

 

Job announcement, and supplemental questionnaire for the following position has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close May 16, 2019: Revenue Auditor

 

Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept / 27 Madison Avenue

Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Juvenile Detention Officer

 

Job announcement, and supplemental questionnaire for the following position has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close May 16, 2019: Juvenile Detention Officer

 

Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept / 27 Madison Avenue

Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

PORT SAINT JOE, FL

Director of Children’s Ministry (Full-Time)

 

Description: Direct and lead children’s ministry programming. Ignite a desire for a genuine relationship with Christ and to equip the children for spiritual challenges and growth. Encourage and equip parents to develop a Biblical worldview in their children. Promote scripture memorizing, prayer and personal Bible reading. Provide opportunities for ministry leadership, community outreach, and connection to the mission field. Teach a Bible based curriculum and encourage a Biblical based lifestyle among the children.

 

Salary based on education and experience.

 

For more information and full job description contact Bill Brown, Church Administrator, 850-637-5491 or email request to Wbrown3d@cox.net. Position is opening June 1, 2019.

  

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Library Assistant

 

Job announcement, and supplemental questionnaire for the following position has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close May 20, 2019: Library Assistant II

 

Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept / 27 Madison Avenue

Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 


APRIL 2019

 

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN COLLEGE

Summer Conference Assistant

 

Qualifications: Interest in working with campus visitors, offering assistance and support services to visiting summer groups; Academic classification of sophomore or above at the time of employment; Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 at the time of application; Resident of BSC residence hall for at least one semester preferred.

 

Time Commitment - The SCA position is the SCA’s principal employment.  Extracurricular activities or part-time jobs should not conflict with the time needed to perform the duties related to hosting their assigned groups on campus.

        

Remuneration - Each SCA receives his/her private room rent free, provided the SCA satisfactorily performs within the job description. The pay rate is $7.25 per hour. 

        

College Policy - The SCA is expected to support and enforce College policy and regulations as outlined in the Student Handbook and Summer Group Guidelines.

        

The SCA is expected to carry out other duties and responsibilities as assigned by his/her House Director or the Director of Facilities and Events.

 

Description: Summer Conference Assistants work under the direct supervision of the Director of Facilities and Events. The SCA is assigned to specific sports camps, conferences, and workshops for the duration of the summer season. The SCA is responsible for an initial key check of all dorm rooms on campus prior to the beginning of the summer season, and will be responsible for assigning keys to each visiting group at the beginning of the camp/conference/workshop and collecting keys from each visiting group at the conclusion of the camp/conference/workshop. The SCA will issue floor maps and appropriate paperwork to each visiting group and will be responsible for supervisory dorm checks during each camp/conference/workshop. Appropriate paperwork (incident reports, etc.) must be maintained for each visiting group.

 

Notes: The SCA will work 37.5 hours each week, Monday through Friday, from 8:15 AM until 4:45 PM. A one-hour lunch break is expected. As long as all job duties are performed satisfactorily, the SCA is allowed time off for vacation, provided all camps and workshops are settled. Approval of vacation is entirely at the discretion of the Director of Facilities and Events. It is not possible to perform all duties as an SCA and enroll in daytime classes during the summer. The time commitment for an SCA is too great to allow adequate time for daytime classes and required study. You may register for evening or weekend classes. Part-time work at night or on the weekend is allowed; however, such part-time employment must not interfere with primary employment.

 

Work begins Monday, June 3, 2019 and ends Friday, August 2, 2019.   

 

Contact: Anne Curry (acurry@bsc.edu, 226-4904); or Travis Prince (twprince@bsc.edu, 226-4994)

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Admin Support Specialist

 

Opportunity; Job announcement, and supplemental questionnaire for the following position has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close April 19, 2019: Administrative Support Specialist

 

Contact: Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept. / 27 Madison Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

BELL CENTER

FT Gap Year Opportunity

 

The Bell Center Early Intervention Programs is delighted to announce an exciting job opportunity for post-undergraduate students taking a gap year to gain experience prior to enrolling in graduate school. We will be hiring two classroom interns for the 2019-2020 program year.  If you are graduating from college in May-August 2019 and are considering a career in speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, special education, or a related field, our class room intern positions would be an invaluable way to gain a year of experience in center-based early intervention with a phenomenal team of therapists! 

 

Please send your resume to Kameron Carden, Program Director, Bell Center, Early Intervention Programs / kcarden@thebellcenter.org /

 

BIRMINGHAM CITY SCHOOLS

Summer Camp Staff

 

Opportunity: Camp Birmingham is seeking applicants for Camp Director, Education Program Specialist, Arts & Crafts Program Specialist, and recreation Program Specialist.

 

Description: Camp Birmingham is a six-week program that runs from June 3 to July 11.  The salary for the Specialist positions is $8.85 per hour for a 40 hour week.  The salary for the Camp Director position is $9.85 per hour for a 40 hour week.

 

To Apply: Submit official Camp Birmingham application.  You can pick up a copy of the application and detailed job descriptions at the BSC Career Center, Norton 2nd Floor.  Application deadline: May 6.

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Corrections Officer Trainee

 

Opportunity: Job announcement, and supplemental questionnaire for the following position has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close April 19, 2019: Corrections Officer Trainee

 

Contact: Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept. / 27 Madison Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SERVICE

Communications Intern

 

About: Resource Management Service, LLC. (RMS) is a global forestry-centered investment manager with significant expertise in all phases of institutional timberland investing. Founded and managed by forestry professionals and owned by its employees, RMS is headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, with offices across the U.S. South, in Australia, Brazil, New Zealand, and China.

 

Description: Communications Intern will support the Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications to ensure adequate and appropriate internal and external messaging. This internship will expose the candidate to a versatile communications role supporting all aspects of the Corporate Communications function.

 

Responsibilities: Contribute to drafting communication materials; Designing flyers, graphics, and other marketing material for RMS; Gain understanding of RMS goals, philosophies, branding and communication techniques; Performs research to find articles, stories, resources, or other content that is relevant to RMS that may be posted to RMS social media networks in a manner that invites employee interaction; Update and maintain the RMS social media presence, including development and scheduling of updates across several platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram); Update the RMS website as needed;

 

Qualifications: Pursuing a bachelor’s degree, preferably in Communications, Graphic Design, Marketing, or Business. Junior or senior level student is preferred; Experience in Forestry is a plus; A commitment to professional ethics and ability to handle sensitive and confidential information; Firm grasp of Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram platforms; Must be a self- starter, excellent initiator; Must be able to work independently and manage projects promptly; Proficiency in Adobe; Proficiency in the Microsoft Suite, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; Punctuality and dependability; Self-motivated, excellent organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines; Previous internship or related experience in marketing or communications is a plus.

 

To Apply: Interested candidates should complete official employment application (See BSC Career Center) with their resume to hr@resourcemgt.com for consideration

 

Contact: Amanda Mize / Human Resource Manager / Resource Management Service, LLC, 31 Inverness Ctr Pkwy, Suite 200, Birmingham, Alabama 35242 / O: 1-205-980-7320 / C: 1-205-382-4821 / AMize@resourcemgt.com

 

SERVIS FIRST BANK

Credit Analyst Intern

 

About: ServisFirst is a full-service regional bank headquartered in Birmingham, AL. We offer a complete array of products tailored to the needs of each client, and our commitment to serving our clients has led to progressive financial success and consistent loan growth despite challenging years in the banking industry.

 

Since its founding in 2005, ServisFirst has grown throughout Alabama and the Southeast. Our commitment to careful expansion has allowed us to build a strong portfolio and a team of expert bankers.

 

Description: The Credit Analyst Intern is responsible for determining the creditworthiness of potential clients based on financial statements, borrowing history and market conditions. The analyst uses tools such as financial models, credit reports and key ratios to prepare appraisals which are provided for purposes of loan review and approval, as well as to determine terms of the loan.

 

The incumbent will assist in updating electronic credit files by imaging related loan and financial documents. Assist in conducting financial analysis and underwriting of credit for new loan requests and loan maturities. Contact Loan Officers to request necessary financial information for analysis such as balance sheets, tax returns and financial statements. Assist in determining the strength and/or weakness of the client’s credit to determine the terms of the loan. Run reports that show past or current maturities and request necessary information. Generate and compile various monthly reports including but not limited to past due loans, maturing loans, collateral exception reports, outstanding appraisal fees, loan type summaries and internal credit administration auditing

 

Qualifications: Undergraduate student majoring in Finance, Accounting, Economics or a related field. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Experience using Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel. Experience in a position requiring attention to detail and data analysis. Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi-task. Ability to work independently with little supervision.

 

Contact: Taylor Norsworthy / Recruiter / ServisFirst Bank / 2500 Woodcrest Place, Birmingham, AL 35209 / 205-578-4607 / TNorsworthy@servisfirstbank.com

 

USDA

Various Positions

 

USDA is pleased to announce new job vacancies in several of the program units throughout the Department. For additional information on these positions, please go to usajobs.gov to apply.

 

Contact: Collus J. Brown / USDA / Management and Program Analyst / Outreach and Communication Branch / Office of Civil Rights, Diversity, and Inclusion / Phone: (301) 851-4183  / Fax: (301) 734-3698 / collus.j.brown@usda.gov

  

CSL FINANCIAL

Retail Credit Analyst

 

Description: Reviewing Credit Applications. Analyze application and credit report. Determine loan pricing based off of review of all information. Communicate and sell loan terms to borrower (and retailer). Managing Pipeline. Maintain communication with borrowers and retailers throughout the loan process. Provide options to overcome budgeting issues throughout financing process. Update files with pricing adjustments or changes in terms. Maintain detailed notes for each file throughout the life of the loan (i.e. down payment changes, pricing changes, new information from borrower or retailer, etc.). Maintain Retailer Relationships. Communicate with retailers about issues, updates, and/or changes with working files. Review prequalifications, provide counter offers, and/or possible solutions for denied.  Applications. Make calls to retailers to promote CSL and generate business. Focus on key accounts and provide exceptional customer service to maintain and grow business. Target accounts with potential to increase applications and improve closings

 

Contact: Jibreel Mose, BSC Alum / Retail Credit Manager / CSL Financial, LLC / Office: 205-331-5700 / Fax: 888-588-3113 / 500 Office Park Dr. / Direct: 205.313.3109 / Email: jmose@commonsenselending.com

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Events Planner

 

Opportunity: Job announcement, and supplemental questionnaire for the following position has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close April 25, 2019: Events Planner

 

Contact: Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept. / 27 Madison Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Chief Financial Officer

 

Opportunity: The Susquehanna Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church is currently recruiting for the position of Chief Financial Officer.

 

Click Here To View Posting: http://www.umc.org/jobs/chief-financial-officer1

 

The deadline for receiving applications is Friday, April 19, 2019.

 

To Apply: Email resume and cover letter to Human Resources via email at jobs@gcfa.org. 

 

Contact: Tricia Baker / Director of Human Resources / UMC Susquehanna Annual Conference  /  615-369-2326.

 

Or: Cianta Hogan / HR Specialist / UMC General Council on Finance and Administration / Office: 615 369 2357 / 1 Music Circle N.

Nashville, TN 37203 / cihogan@GCFA.ORG

 

ADVOCACY CORPS

Lobbyist/Internship

 

Paid Internship Opportunity to Lobby Congress.  This position is a community organizing opportunity called the Advocacy Corps. Selected Advocacy Corps organizers receive a $3,000 stipend over 10 months to participate in this program. This program is based in the organizer’s local community. The deadline is April 19, 2019. 

 

The Friends Committee on National Legislation, a Quaker Lobby in the Public Interest, is looking for applications for its Advocacy Corps program, a training program from August 2019 to May 2020 where young adults between the ages of 19-30 get paid to mobilize their community around gun violence prevention legislation.

 

Advocacy Corps organizers connect with local activists and leaders with your members of Congress to affect big, long-term change. They learn critical organizing skills and put them into practice with hands-on leadership experience. If selected for the program, Advocacy Corps organizers will be working to persuade Congress to introduce and pass legislation to prevent gun violence. We’re looking for creative, passionate people who can spend 10 days in Washington in the summer (all expenses paid) and then work 25 to 35 hours a month back on their college campus or in their home community to mobilize people to engage with Congress. Advocacy Corps organizers will all help organize meetings with members of Congress in their local offices. We'll help develop a work plan that highlights the organizer’s strengths and fits their community.

 

Applications are due April 19, 2019. For more information and the complete application instructions, visit fcnl.org/advocacycorps.

 

More Info: https://www.fcnl.org/updates/advocacy-corps-34

 

Contact: Katie Breslin / Young Adult Program Manager / Friends Committee on National Legislation / Katie@fcnl.org / 202-903-2538

 

BNDR MUSIC

Internship

 

About: BNDR Music is a new record label and tech start up based out of the US & UK. As a label, all of our artists are young emerging music artists from both sides of the pond. In 2018, we signed 50+ artists who are all actively releasing new music. Alongside the label, we own a music streaming app providing video content.

 

Website:https://www.bndrmusic.com/

 

Opportunity: As part of introducing BNDR Music and our artists to students, we have launched the BNDR Music Intern Program. The program is perfect for students that love Music. They need not be music students, just students who love music. The internship has a strong learning component re: Social Media, Music, Marketing, Data Analytics, Events and Digital Business, with tasks the student will need to complete leading to more learning resources. 

 

Contact: Emily Weall / Head of Intern Recruitment / BNDR Music / intern@bndrmusic.com

 

NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL

Financial Representative

 

OPPORTUNITY: Can you envision a life of real world compensation, freedom and calling your own shots? Many college students cannot. The Northwestern Mutual Internship is a valuable opportunity for students to combine classroom learning with a real-life look into that they could truly make of themselves.

 

DESCRIPTION: As a Northwestern Mutual intern, you will receive extensive training and coaching, while participating in joint work with experienced Financial Advisors to help you build the skills and knowledge base to succeed in your future career, whether or not with Northwestern Mutual.

Everyday Northwestern Mutual interns and Financial Advisors help individuals and businesses build and execute financial plans specific to their goals and expectations. But it’s more than crunching numbers. It’s about helping people establish and improve financial literacy, and giving them the information, tools, and confidence to help achieve their immediate and long-term goals.

 

As a college student looking to the future, you want an internship that provides the kind of experience and training you’ll see in the real world; a unique opportunity to showcase your skills and qualities and to make a difference for yourself, others, and your community.

 

QUALIFICATIONS: To be considered for our internship program, you must be a full-time student at a four-year institution. You must have strong interpersonal skills, be self-motivated and have a history of personal

 

TO APPLY: If you enjoy working in a fast-paced, highly productive, value-driven environment, e-mail your resume to jordan.butler@nm.com. For more information visit our website : https://www.northwesternmutual.com/careers/about-our-financial-representative-internship

 

Contact: Jordan Butler / Campus Recruiter / 1901 6th Ave N, Ste 2800, Birmingham, AL 35203 / P: 205.868.6323 / F: 205.271.7001 / jordan.butler@nm.com

 

HOOVER CITY SCHOOLS

Job Fair

 

Hoover City Schools is hosting a Job Fair on Friday, April, 12 at the HOOVER METROPOLITAN COMPLEX, 100 Ben Chapman Dr, Hoover, AL 35244, at 10AM - 1PM and 4PM - 6PM.

 

Seeking Elementary, Secondary, and Collaborative teacher candidates.  Representatives from each school will be available in addition to representatives from Operations, Transportation, and our Child Nutrition Program.

 

Registration (optional): http://bit.ly/HCSCareerFair2019

 

Contact: Kerry Pate / kpate@hoover.k12.al.us / 205-439-1000 / 2810 Metropolitan Way, Hoover, AL 35243 / System Overview: http://bit.ly/HCSProfile

 

CHILTON COUNTY SCHOOLS

Job Fair

 

Chilton County Schools is hosting a Prospective Teacher Meet & Greet event.

 

Pre K-6 Teachers: Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 3:30-5:00 pm.

7-12 Teachers: Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 3:30-5:00 pm.

 

Prospective teachers will be able to meet with principals and leave a resume to be considered for all possible teaching opportunities for the 19/20 school year.

 

Location: Chilton County Board of Education / 1705 Lay Dam Road, Clanton, AL 35045

 

Contact: Adriane Dennis / Assistant Superintendent / Chilton County Schools / 205-755-3000 / www.chilton.k12.al.us / adennis@chiltonboe.com

 

GUARDIAN LIFE INSURANCE

Office Clerk

 

Opportunity: Hiring office assistant for an insurance company.

 

Qualifications: Detail oriented; must be able to meet deadlines and multitask. Basic knowledge of computer. Familiarity with customer relationship management. Organizational skills. Works well with a team.

 

Responsibilities: Data Entry. Communicate with clients by telephone, email to obtain missing information and provide updates. Client request and follow up. Sending and checking emails.

 

To Apply: Interested candidates should forward their resume for consideration to ericdinallo@guardianlifeinsurancecompany.org.

 

Contact: Mr. Eric Dinallo / The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America / 1401 3rd Ave W Birmingham, AL 35208 / (205) 868-3602 / ericdinallo@guardianlifeinsurancecompany.org

 

BAPTIST CHURCH OF THE COVENANT

PT Child Care

 

Opportunity: BCOC needs some extra help with child-care on a few occasions coming up. This could also be seen as an opportunity to raise funds if someone is trying to do that for a service-learning experience.

 

Sunday, April 21 – child care 8:30-11:30am

Sunday, April 28 – child care 8:30 – 11:30am

Wednesday, May 1 – child care 5:30pm – 8:00pm

Wednesday, May 22 – child care 5:30pm – 8:00pm

 

BCOC needs extra child-care on these special occasions and for two important business meetings so that our church members who typically volunteer with child-care can be present for the events. Pay $10/hour. Must complete a back ground check.

 

Contact: Valerie Burton / Associate Pastor for Christian Formation / Baptist Church of the Covenant / Birmingham, AL 35222 / www.bcoc.net / 205.328.0644  / vburton@bcoc.net

 

BAIN & ASSOCIATES

PT Job

 

I am looking for students to fill a part-time job opening in our office. The hours are flexible, preferably 3 days a week at 4 hours a day or close thereto. We are located in the heart of downtown Birmingham.  We are a court reporting service.

 

The job consists of:  emailing, downloading, copying of documents, delivery of depositions, general office work, scanning. Training will be provided.

 

I am looking for a student that is punctual, responsible and needs part-time  employment. We can be flexible according to your school schedule.

 

The job is hourly starting out at $10.00/hr. and parking is provided.

 

Contact: Sandy Bain Moon,  President / Court Reporting, Video and Videoconferencing / 505 20th Street North, Suite 1250, Birmingham, AL  35203 / sandy@bainandassociates.com

 

LEWIS & FELDMAN

PT Receptionist

 

Opportunity: Our firm is looking to hire a Part-Time Receptionist and would like to extend the job opportunity to BSC students. We are looking for a Receptionist to manage our front desk on a Monday through Friday basis and to perform a variety of clerical tasks. The hours are flexible between 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (approximately 20 hours per week).

 

Description: Answer, screen and forward incoming calls. Greet and welcome clients and guests as they arrive at the office. Provide basic and accurate information in-person or on the phone. Receive and sort daily mail. Open new client files. File and organize client paperwork and documents. Order client medical records. Transcribe, photocopy and fax documents.

 

Qualifications: Proficient in Microsoft Office. Telephone and email etiquette. Verbal and written communication skills. Multitasking and time management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks.

 

To Apply: Students wanting to apply can contact Danny Feldman at dfeldman@lewisandfeldman.com or Jon Lewis at jon@lewisandfeldman.com.

 

Contact: Megan Bailey / Lewis and Feldman, LLC / The Magnolia Office Plaza Building / 2112 11th Avenue South, Suite 542, Birmingham, Alabama 35205 / (205) 254-6060  Local Phone Number

 

JONES PHYSICAL THERAPY

Business Admin Intern

 

Description: Serves patients by greeting incoming patients, scheduling appointments, collecting payments, insurance verification, close of day responsibilities, maintaining records and accounts.  Welcomes patients and visitors by greeting patients and visitors, in person or on the telephone; answering and referring inquiries. Optimizes patients’ satisfaction, provider time, and treatment room utilization by scheduling appointments in person or by telephone. Check patient insurance benefits and record details accurately. Enter patient demographic information into practice management system. Keeps patient appointments on schedule by notifying provider of patient’s arrival; reviewing service delivery compared to schedule; reminding provider of service delays. Ensure availability of treatment information by filing and retrieving patient records. Assist with business office inventory and equipment by checking stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed supplies; placing and expediting orders for supplies; verifying receipt of supplies; scheduling equipment service and repairs. Assist with daily charge and payment reconciliation.  Protects patients’ rights by maintaining confidentiality of personal and financial information. Maintains operations by following policies and procedures; reporting needed changes.

 

Qualifications: Multi-tasking, Flexibility, Telephone Skills, Customer Service, Time Management, Organization, Attention to Detail, Scheduling, Word Processing, Professionalism, Quality Focus, Verbal Communication, Listening, Health Care Administration, Patient Services, Self-Development, Coordination, Teamwork, Supply Management 

 

Contact: Jennifer A. Geoppinger, Revenue Cycle Consultant / Legacy Consulting Services / 4249 Lomac Street, Montgomery, AL 36106 / jgeoppinger@legacyconsultingservices.com / Phone # 334-467-1014 / Fax # 844-552-4198 / www.legacyconsultingservices.com

 

CLUTCH

Fall Intern

 

Opportunity: Clutch!, a Birmingham sports tech startup, is hiring an intern for the fall 2019 semester. The team is looking for someone interested in marketing, sports, or entrepreneurship to assist as the company launches in several new markets. Clutch! is a gameday parking marketplace that connects sports fans to sellers offering reserved spaces near event venues. We are looking for a Fall Intern in our Birmingham office to assist with marketing efforts during the football season.

 

Qualifications:  All majors welcome to apply, with a special interest in sports marketing, business, marketing, sales, or management. Ability to work in our Birmingham office 2 days per week. Interest in marketing, working for an early stage startup, or in sports. Sales, marketing, leadership experience preferred.
 

What you will get out of the experience: Learn new skills in communication, marketing analytics, and entrepreneurship. Gain experience in marketing, sales, leadership, and management. Be exposed to sports technology and what it is like to work for an early-stage startup. Learn the skills and industry knowledge you are interested in.

 

Description:  Communicating with Clutch! ambassadors, sellers, fans, and other stakeholders to ensure smooth gameday operations. Writing weekly update emails to team of other interns across the country. Equipping Clutch! Ambassadors across the country with the tools they need to succeed: answering their questions, providing them with social media content, ensuring they have all materials needed. Tracking the team’s progress toward our goals, analyzing data and creating reports. Assisting Clutch! Team in managing the Brand Ambassador program. Helping to oversee marketing strategy for Clutch!’s second ever football season.

 

Location: Birmingham, AL.  Time Commitment: Fall Semester (August-December).  Weekly Commitment: 16 hours per week.

 

To Apply: E-mail Sarah Perry at sarah@imclutch.com.

 

CONTACT: SARAH PERRY / MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE / CLUTCH! / 1500 1st Avenue N, Unit 99, Birmingham, AL 35203 / Phone: 269.365.7779 / imclutch.com / sarah@imclutch.com

 

FONTENEAU/5 POINTS LAW FIRM

Paralegal

 

Opportunity: FONTENEAU FIRM LLC SEEKS A FULL-TIME INTAKE PARALEGAL. THE FONTENEAU FIRM LLC IS A PLAINTIFF-FOCUSED LAW FIRM LOCATED IN BIRMINGHAM, PRIMARILY SERVING PEOPLE WHO HAVE DISPUTES WITH THEIR EMPLOYERS.

 

THE INTAKE PARALEGAL IS EXPECTED TO CONDUCT INTAKE INTERVIEWS WITH CLIENTS AND PROVIDE REFERRALS AND OTHER INFORMATION TO CALLERS. THE INTAKE PARALEGAL IS THE INITIAL CONTACT FOR CALLERS SEEKING ASSISTANCE WITH DISCRIMINATION, OVERTIME AND OTHER CIVIL RIGHTS RELATED CLAIMS. THIS ENTRY-LEVEL POSITION IS AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR A PERSON INTERESTED IN EXPLORING LAW SCHOOL, EITHER AFTER A GAP YEAR OR AS A SECOND CAREER. SIGNIFICANT WEIGHT WILL BE GIVEN TO INDIVIDUALS WITH A DEMONSTRATED HISTORY OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES OR PROGRAMS LIKE AMERICORPS AND TEACH FOR AMERICA. EXPERIENCE IN CUSTOMER SERVICE WOULD ALSO BE HIGHLY TRANSFERABLE.

 

IF YOU ARE OUTGOING, SELF-MOTIVATED, AND ABLE TO PICK UP NEW CONCEPTS QUICKLY, YOU MAY BE A GOOD FIT.  OUR OFFICE IS GROWING QUICKLY AND THE BEST CANDIDATES WILL BE ABLE TO ADJUST TO RAPID CHANGE AND HELP US CREATE THE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES THAT WILL CONTINUE OUR OFFICES FORWARD PROGRESS.  TO DO WELL, YOU MUST BE ADAPTABLE.

 

Description: Conducting detailed client interviews; Maintaining our potential client database; Scheduling appointments; Providing a written narrative of client interviews for review by attorneys; Responding to questions and providing information and referrals to clients and potential clients; Assisting with the preparation of pleadings and discovery.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, from a four-year accredited institution; Excellent computer skills; Significant demonstrated interest in customer service, the law, and/or public service; A committed “pitch-in” attitude; Ability to interact with diverse clientele (race, sex, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity); and Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Spanish bi-lingual skills preferred, not required.

 

Contact: Kira Fonteneau / kira@5pointslaw.com / 205.564.9005 / 2151 Highland Avenue, Suite 205, Birmingham, Alabama 35205

 

US DEPT OF ENERGY/OFFICE OF SCIENCE

STEM Research Paid Internship

 

The Office of Science / US Department of Energy is pleased to announce paid research internship opportunities for undergraduate students majoring in areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) for the Fall of 2019. The application system for the 2019 Fall Term Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program is currently open, with all applications due by 05:00 PM Eastern Time on May 29, 2019.

 

The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program places students from 2 and 4 year undergraduate institutions as paid interns in science and engineering research activities at DOE national laboratories and facilities, working with laboratory staff scientists and engineers on projects related to ongoing research programs. Appointments are for 16 weeks during the Fall term, are open to US Citizens and US Lawful Permanent Residents, include a weekly stipend, reimbursement for one round trip domestic travel to the participant’s host DOE laboratory, and possibilities for a housing allowance. More than 850 internships are sponsored annually.

 

Application is made online. Full program information and descriptions, including links to the online application system, are available at: http://science.energy.gov/wdts/suli/

 

Contact: SC.SULI@science.doe.gov

  

COCINA SUPERIOR

PT Jobs

 

We are offering part or full time jobs at Cocina Superior.  We are in need of some staff for all front of house positions including waiter, bar tender, busser, and hostess. 

 

Contact: John Michael Rowland / Cocina Superior / 504.293.FISH (3474) / 205.259.1980 / johnm.superiorseafood@gmail.com

 

7TH PROJECT

Congressional Intern

 

Just a reminder that the application period for The 7th Project's paid Congressional internship opportunity will close on April 8th!  These internships are available in the Washington and district offices of Congresswoman Terri Sewell.  Please direct interested students to www.The7thProject.com to apply.

 

The 7th Project is seeking applicants for our 2019 Congressional Internship Program! These internship opportunities in the Washington office of Congresswoman Terri Sewell are fully funded by The 7th Project. Interns are provided with housing on a college campus in Washington D.C. as well as a stipend for meals and travel.

 

Applicants must have ties to Alabama's 7th Congressional District although they may attend college anywhere.  They must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA in college and demonstrate financial need to be considered for the program. Interested students may learn more and apply at www.The7thProject.com.

 

Contact: Emma Tolbert / 205-549-0053 / the7thprojectal@gmail.com

 


MARCH 2019

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Zookeeper

 

Opportunity: Job announcement for the following positions has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following jobs have been posted for applications and will close March 26, 2019:

 

Zookeeper I

Zookeeper II

Zoo Education Curator

 

Contact: Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept. / 27 Madison Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

KINGSWOOD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

PT Youth Director

 

Opportunity: Kingswood United Methodist Church is hiring a part-time, year-round, Youth Director.

 

Description: We are looking for a dynamic person who will help teenagers (sixth through twelfth grades) grow in faith. This position requires 15-20 hours of work per week. Salary is commensurate with experience.

 

Responsibilities: Plan, coordinate, and implement for Youth: Sunday School, Youth ministry, and Fundraising. Promote a Christian role model and set an example for all. Plan, coordinate, and implement a summer mission trip, as well as periodic service projects. Maintain a good working relationship with Staff and church members.

 

Qualifications: Completed at least two years of college. Successful experience working with Youth. Strong interpersonal skills. Excellent verbal and communication skills. Music background helpful, but not required. Preference to a candidate with a United Methodist background.

Insurable driving record. Pass a Safe Sanctuaries Background Check.

 

To Apply: Send resume and list of three work-related references to pastorkathy@bellsouth.net.

 

Contact: Pastor Kathy / Kingswood United Methodist Church / 5200 Perin Road, Mobile, AL 36693 / (251) 661-0420 / pastorkathy@bellsouth.net

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Librarian II

 

Opportunity: Job announcement for the following position has been posted to the Montgomery City-County Personnel website.  All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com.  In addition, you should use the new center to sign up for jobs that are not open for application so that you will receive an email notice when the jobs open.

 

The following job has been posted for applications and will close April 1, 2019:

 

Librarian II

 

Contact: Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept. / 27 Madison Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

A BAR A RANCH

Summer Jobs

 

Opportunity: A Bar A Ranch, in Wyoming, is offering several exciting outdoor summer job opportunities for BSC students. The majority of the positions still available are in the kitchen, but we also have a couple spots to still fill on our Waitstaff/Food Service team, Housekeeping/ Cabin Host team, and two positions on our Maintenance/ Ranch Hand team & Irrigator. At this time we are looking for staff that can work for us from May 20 – September 20, which is our full-season.

 

To Apply: Our application is on available on our website: https://www.abararanch.com/staff/ and we require a resume, unofficial transcript, and two references (profession and/or personal).

 

Cook: Reports to Chef. Responsible for working with the culinary team in preparation of all meals for guests and staff, assisting in unloading and processing all food deliveries, cleaning and maintaining the kitchen, and other kitchen duties. Cooks work in an inclusive and fun environment with plenty of learning and growth opportunities. The dining experience at A Bar A is high quality, featuring local ingredients and western-inspired, rustic and healthy meals for guests and staff. Positive attitude, strong work ethic, and attention to detail are essential qualities for a member of the culinary staff. Meals include three Western-style outdoor cookouts per week (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), breakfast/lunch/dinner for staff daily, breakfast/lunch/dinner for guests daily, and lunch/dinner daily for the Children’s Program. The cooks also prepare food for catered meetings, fishing trips, Expeditions, and other off-site food needs for guests. During times when all cooks are not needed for regular kitchen duties, they are expected to help in other departments. * Previous experience in a commercial kitchen is not required, but an interest in food, strong work ethic and positive attitude are essential. We serve approximately 110 guests and 100 staff members each day, with a culinary team of ten including our working executive chef.

 

Cabin Host/Housekeeper: Reports to Head Cabin Host. Responsible for providing guest cleaning service in the cabin areas: cleaning all guest areas of the Ranch, including cabins and houses, and public areas (bar, recreation room, guest laundry, poolside bathrooms, etc.). Duties include: cleaning, making beds, laundry, ice delivery, nightly turn-down service, landscaping, meeting special lodging requests, and working in rotation to host in the Round Room (bar and lodge), assisting the bartender in the evenings. Cabin Hosts also work as food servers for the weekly dinner cookout, and are responsible for set-up, serving, and clean up for the cookout. Cabin Hosts also assist other crews, including the Children’s Program, landscaping, maintenance/grounds, trail crew, food service team, etc.

 

Food Service: Reports to Dining Lodge Manager. Responsible for contributing to all areas of staff and guest food service, including preparing the dining rooms and other meal service areas (e.g., cookouts) for meals, serving meals, bussing tables, washing dishes, cleaning up meal areas after meals, and regular deep cleaning of the dining room, kitchen, and other food service areas. Food service staff must maintain high standards of cleanliness and provide top-quality customer service and dining experiences for our guests. Food service staff work closely with the cooks and culinary staff. When they are not needed for regular food service staff duties, they are expected to assist other departments on the ranch, including cabin hosts, Children’s program, landscaping, etc.

 

Grounds Crew/Ranch Hand/Maintenance: Reports to Maintenance Director. Members of the Grounds Crew/Maintenance team are responsible for assisting in the upkeep and operation of ranch equipment and facilities. This includes vehicles, heavy equipment, buildings, landscaping machinery, and infrastructure. They are also responsible for landscaping, mowing, golf course upkeep, sprinkler system maintenance, fencing, tree trimming, firewood cutting, weed control, fertilizing, trash and recycling, and other tasks. Members of the Grounds Crew/Maintenance team are responsible for all areas of general facility and property upkeep. During times when they are not needed for their regular duties, they are expected to help in other departments.

 

Irrigator: Reports to Maintenance Director. Responsible for flood irrigation of all horse pastures, including ditch and weir maintenance and record-keeping. The irrigator is responsible for continually adjusting and maintaining proper flow to adequately water the pastures without over-watering. This individual must be self-motivated and prepared for hard physical work outdoors, usually working alone. The irrigator is also expected to help with weed control in the pasture areas and other areas and work as a member of the ranch hand/grounds crew when not busy with irrigating tasks.

 

Contact: Rettie Duke / Staffing and Networks Coordinator / A Bar A Ranch / 820 A Bar A Ranch Road, Encampment, WY 82325 / Phone: 307-327-5454 / Rettie.Duke@AbarAranch.com / www.AbarAranch.com

 

Also: Mallory Grimm / Executive Chef / mallory.grimm@abararanch.com

 

HIGHTOWER/SOMERSET ADVISORY GROUP

Marketing/Communications Intern

 

Opportunity: Hightower/Somerset Advisory Group is seeking candidates for a Marketing/Communications Intern.  Part-time (12-15 hours per week). There is the possibility of credit for the internship. The Somerset Group is accepting resumes accompanied by a cover letter for a part-time intern to support and assist the Director of Operations and Private Wealth Specialist.

                

About: The Somerset Group operates as a wealth management team within HighTower Advisors, a leading advisor-own financial services company recognized by Inc Magazine as one of the fastest growing companies.  This growth focused team provides financial planning and wealth management services to high net worth multi-generational families, attorneys, business owners and divorcees. 

 

The Somerset group is managed by a Certified Financial Planner, with support from a Director of Operations and a Private Wealth Specialist.  We serve eighty plus families in Alabama, Florida, South Carolina and Colorado. This high performing team has been recognized by Forbes as one of the top wealth advisors in the nation. 

 

Qualifications; The ideal candidate is energetic, a self-starter, conscientious and a team player.  Consideration will be given to Sophomores and Juniors.  This is a growth opportunity to learn and work in a fast-paced environment.

 

Description: Perform routine mailing, phone and data entry tasks. Meeting preparation – assemble marketing material and/or prospect collateral. Maintain monthly prospect drip marketing campaign. Event planning and preparation – create/prepare invitations, guest info, marketing collateral in Marketo, handouts and follow up. Edit and maintain firm website – Sitecore. Social media marketing postings – via LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube. Digital electronic utilization – Apple TV, video movie maker.

 

To Apply: Please send detailed cover letter, resume and two (2) professor recommendations to somerset@hightoweradvisors.com

 

Contact: Elizabeth Sharman / Private Wealth Specialist / Hightower Advisors / 2336 20th Avenue, S |Suite 101, Birmingham, AL  35223 / (o) +1 205.518.7495 / esharman@hightoweradvisors.com / somerset@hightoweradvisors.com / www.hightoweradvisors.com/team/somerset/overview

 

BIRMINGHAM MAYOR'S OFFICE

AmeriCorps/Vista Position

 

About: What is AmeriCorps VISTA?  In concept, AmeriCorps is closely related to the Peace Corps. It was conceived by the JFK administration to meet diverse needs in the US by mobilizing volunteers willing to put their education, experiences, and/or expertise to work for community causes. AmeriCorps VISTAs (Volunteers In Service To America) are sworn in and spend their service commitment developing sustainable solutions to pressing problems in communities across the nation: https://www.nationalservice.gov/programs/americorps. Generally, VISTAs serving the City of Birmingham will experience working under Mayor Woodfin’s administration on various projects in assigned city departments.

 

View the position description for more information: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=84537&fromSearch=true.

 

Description: We celebrate VISTA Members who have worked on initiatives to place fruit trees in food insecure neighborhoods; those who have written grants to help fund inclusive play equipment at a local park; those who have created programming for children at parks and recreation; also those who have prepared research projects to assist with the establishment of governmental best practices.

 

What’s the Timeframe? The last day to apply for this position is March 22, 2019. The service period lasts for a year. Ideal candidates will provide aid in one of the following focus areas: Education, Economic Opportunity, Healthy Futures, Opioid Research, Veteran Resourcing, and Neighborhood Revitalization.

 

Contact: Janice Washington / Supervisor, AmeriCorps VISTA / Mayor's Office of Customer Service / City of Birmingham / 205-254-2286 / 710 20th St N, Birmingham, AL 35203 / www.birminghamal.gov / Janice.Washington@birminghamal.gov

 

NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL

Financial Advisor

 

Opportunity: A Career with a Purpose: The Financial Advisor/Financial Representative. You’ll have the unique opportunity to create your own destiny and potentially have a life-long impact on the lives of your clients, families and your community. Northwestern Mutual offers a personalized approach to uncovering financial solutions tailored to each client's individual needs.

 

Description: Your goal is to discover each client's needs and goals and help map a path to meet them. You will: Decide how to build your business by choosing your clients and the markets you want to pursue. Build your business to the level of success to which you aspire. Have an opportunity to achieve financial independence with a rewarding career that can offer flexibility for family, friends and leisure-time activities.

 

Northwestern Mutual will provide consulting resources to help you discover and build your markets to develop a successful practice as a financial representative including: Developing your business and marketing plans. Extensive training and coaching from certified trainers. Access to knowledgeable groups of financial advisors and specialists to assist you

At Northwestern Mutual, we’re committed to mutual success. You’ll find people with varied experiences and perspectives in an environment that emphasizes teamwork and collaboration. For us, diversity means valuing and respecting differences so that we bring out the best in each other. You can be yourself while building your career here.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree from a four-year college or university. Strong interpersonal skills. Self-starter and highly motivated. History of personal success.

 

Benefits Program: While you help provide financial security to your clients, Northwestern Mutual is committed to offering a comprehensive benefit program; benefits include: Comprehensive Medical Coverage, Retirement, Flex Programs, Childcare/Eldercare, Maternity Leave, Group Life and Accidental Death Benefit, Disability Income Insurance.

 

Contact: Chanel Fort / Northwestern Mutual / Birmingham, AL / chanel.l.fort@nm.com

 

FIVE POINTS LAW GROUP

Paralegal

 

Description: Conducting detailed client interviews; Maintaining our potential client database; Scheduling appointments; Providing a written narrative of client interviews for review by attorneys; Responding to questions and providing information and referrals to clients and

potential clients; Assisting with the preparation of pleadings and discovery;

Sharing telephone reception, clerical and administrative tasks as needed.

 

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have the following: Bachelor’s degree, from a four-year accredited institution; Excellent computer skills; Significant demonstrated interest in customer service, the law, and/or public service; A committed “pitch-in” attitude; Ability to interact with individuals who are diverse in race, sex, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and gender identity; and Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Bi-lingual skills (Spanish) preferred, but not required.

 

Contact: Kira Fonteneau / Partner / Five Points Law Group / kira@5pointslaw.com /  205.564.9005 / 2151 Highland Avenue. Suite 205, Birmingham, Alabama 35205

 

LAKESHORE FOUNDATION

Recreation/Athletics Internship

 

About: Lakeshore’s mission is to enable people with physical disability and chronic health conditions to lead healthy, active, and independent lifestyles through physical activity, sport, recreation, advocacy, policy, and research. The very roots of Lakeshore Foundation are found within Sports and Recreation. From the earliest wheelchair basketball team to today’s incredible array opportunities; Lakeshore has so much to offer. Lakeshore’s strong reputation led it to be named a U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Site in 2003; and in 2006, the Foundation began an injured military program for those injured in service to our nation. Lakeshore has a fully accessible fitness center that offers everything from individually tailored workouts to group fitness classes. Lakeshore’s aquatics center houses two pools that provide a welcoming and relaxing environment for youth adult programming in the water. In addition to all of these areas, Lakeshore is proud to be very active in Advocacy and Policy. This encompasses raising public awareness, creating/reforming policies, and effectively encouraging action of these policies. Through advocacy at Lakeshore, we try to influence decision makers to change certain policy, to change public, and/or to mobilize resources for social change. In addition, Lakeshore is home to the National Center on Health, Physical Activity, and Disability (NCHPAD), which is a public health practice and resource center on health promotion for people with disability. Finally, in the fall of 2009, a first of its kind collaborative between a major academic research university and a non-profit organization serving individuals with physical disabilities was formed with one goal in mind: making people’s lives better. Today, the UAB/Lakeshore Research Collaborative, a joint effort between Lakeshore and UAB’s School of Health Professions, is well on its way to becoming a world-class research program in rehabilitative science. The collaborative links Lakeshore’s extraordinary programs for people with physically disabling conditions with UAB’s research expertise.

 

Opportunity: Our internships are fast-paced, with an ever-changing schedule. We offer programming in the morning, during the day, on nights, and on weekends. Some programs are one day events, while others are week long productions. This internship wil lrequire flexibility and teamwork as key attributes in order to facilitate our programs effectively.

 

Description: Assists in the delivery of sports and recreational activities, including program promotion, recruitment, planning and working events and programs, event logistics, risk management and other associated activities.

 

Under the general direction of the internship supervisor, provide assistance to the supervisor and other Lakeshore staff to support various adapted sports and recreational programs, events, tournaments, and other organizational activities for youth and adults with various physical disabilities or chronic health conditions.

 

Provide instruction or assistance in various adapted sports and recreational programs such as shooting sports, cycling, track and field, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, sitting volleyball, goalball, water skiing, swimming, fishing, paddling, and climbing wall. Assist internship supervisor and other Lakeshore staff in planning, implementing, and coordination of recreation and athletic programs, camps, and events. Assist as requested by the internship supervisor in developing and maintaining relationships with schools, community organizations, and other referral sources. Participates in outreach and recruitment activities. Work as a cooperative team member in the Recreation and Athletic department, participating in and supporting the programs of Lakeshore Foundation. Communicate effectively with participants, staff, families, and referral sources. Maintain good personal and professional relations with staff, the community, and professional groups.

 

Qualifications: Ability to work flexible hours; evening and weekend work required. Commitment to working in a team environment. Must be able to operate all Lakeshore Foundation vehicles. Ability to communicate and interact effectively with participants, ranging in age from youth to seniors in implementing direct programs on a continuous basis. CPR/AED certified (Lakeshore will pay for training and testing if you do not already have a certification). Ability to interact frequently with all levels of personnel to coordinate services and exchange participant information on a frequent basis

 

Website: https://www.lakeshore.org/careers-volunteers/ 

 

Application Deadline:

Summer (May-Aug.): February 1st

Fall (Aug.-Dec.): May 1st

Spring (Jan.-April): October 1st

 

Please submit the following: Resume, Cover Letter, Completed Application, References (1-2 references, maximum)

 

Contact: Meagan Rowe, CTRS / Associate Director, Recreation and Athletics / Lakeshore Foundation  / Phone: 205-313-7459 | Fax: 205-313-7475 / meaganr@lakeshore.org

 

JCCEO

Safety Management Internship

 

Opportunity: JCCEO is looking for a Graduate/Intern in the field of Safety Management to help create, revamp and structure a safety program. The emphasis will be on work place safety, reducing work place injuries, improving work place slip, trip and fall hazards in addition to other work place safety initiatives. The Intern will partner with management to outline best practices for various positions to ensure less risk to the employees.

 

Job Types: Part-time/ Internship

Salary: $10.00 to $11.00 /hour- 20 -25 hours per week

 

To Apply: All interested candidates should submit a resume.

 

Contact: Brenda Singgellos / Human Resources Director / JCCEO / bsinggellos@jcceo.org / fax: 205-719-4021.

 

GROWING KINGS

Internships/Fulltime Positions

 

Internships: Communications, Creative Design, and Development

Fulltime: Program Manager

 

About: Growing Kings, Inc. is a fast-growing Birmingham-based nonprofit organization that, through the provision of mentoring and enrichment services, has been working for boys and young men aged 9-24 through the city-wide school district and the juvenile justice system for over nine years.

 

Opportunity: We are currently seeking to fill five positions within our organization; three unpaid internships, and one permanent placement position that has two openings.

 

We seek to have these positions filled every semester (Summer, Fall, and Spring), beginning with the upcoming Summer 2019 semester.

In lieu of monetary compensation, we wish to offer a project-based vocational experience that would allow for the students to earn course credit.

 

Internships for eight week periods; the summer 2019 period would run from Monday, June 3rd to Friday, July 26th. If those dates are not ideal, they can be adjusted per the need(s) of the student and/or institution. There is also flexibility in the assignment and operation of specific role(s) and task(s), based on the requirement(s) of the respective academic guidelines of the student.   

 

The Program Manager position is a full-time, salaried role. We are looking for two individuals for this position. The individuals would each operate within one of the two high school feeder patterns (Carver and Parker High Schools) that we currently serve. These two individuals would commence employment on Monday, July 1st, 2019. This opportunity is open to students who will graduate after the Spring 2019 and Summer 2019 semesters, as well as alumni who are seeking employment.

 

Contact: Terrance McKnight / Growing Kings / terrance.mcknight@growingkings.org

 


FEBRUARY 2019

 

BSC PHONATHON

Panther Callers

 

Opportunity: Birmingham-Southern College is seeking BSC students to assist with fundraising and public relations efforts on behalf of the college. You are invited to be a part of the BSC Phonathon team. Callers earn $8.00 per hour with opportunities to earn more.

 

Description: Assist with BSC community outreach activities. Contact BSC alumni by telephone. Engage in positive dialogue.  Gather information. Enter data.  Solicit donations.

 

Qualifications: Strong communication skills.  Good telephone speaking voice. Good conversational skills.  Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills. Good persuasive selling techniques.

 

To Apply: www.bsc.edu/pantherscall

 

Contact: Zack Johnson / 205-226-4604 / zsjohnson@bsc.edu  

 

US REP TERRI SEWELL

District Press Secretary

 

Opportunity: The current Senior Policy Advisor for US Representative Terri Sewell is Hillary Beard.  She is a BSC graduate who is announcing a job opening in Terri Sewell’s office that recent graduates may be interested in. The office currently has an opening for a District Press Secretary.

 

Description: Democratic Member is seeking an Alabama-based press secretary with strong written communications skills to handle day-to-day press relations, draft talking points and statements, and implement a comprehensive press strategy. This position reports directly to the Representative’s Capitol Hill-based Communications Director and the Alabama-based District Director.

 

Responsibilities include writing speeches and talking points; proofreading content for clarity and grammar, drafting proclamations recognizing constituents and district events; responding to press inquiries; writing and placing op-eds; overseeing and expanding the Member’s social media presence; creating and distributing e-newsletters; and assisting in the planning and execution of district events.

 

Qualifications: Qualified candidates are detail-oriented, have strong proofreading skills and a knowledge of grammar usage, are innovative and self-motivated, and are able to work cooperatively in a team setting. This is not an entry-level position and the ideal candidate has experience in the political or media landscape.

 

To Apply: Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample to al07.resumes@mail.house.gov with “District Press Secretary” in the subject line.

 

Contact: Kaia Greene / Grants Coordinator / Constituent Services Representative / U.S. Representative Terri A. Sewell (AL-7) / Two 20th Street North, Ste 1130 Birmingham, AL 35203 / P. 205.254.1960 / Kaia.Greene@mail.house.gov

 

AMERICORPS

NCCC/FEMA Opportunities

 

Opportunity: AmeriCorps is a national service program dedicated to building young leaders, serving disadvantaged communities, increasing job skills, and providing opportunities to earn money for education. Through AmeriCorps, students are assigned to non-profits, government agencies, institutions, and community-based organizations. In exchange for their 10 months of service, students receive money for college or to pay off existing student loans, student loan deferment, living allowances, health benefits, and new job skills.

 

Description: AmeriCorps offers two programs for 18 to 24 year olds including the NCCC Traditional Corps (Civilian Conservation Corps) and the FEMA Corps, which is focused on response to natural disasters.  Additionally, for those 18 and over with existing leadership skills (no upper age restriction) there is a Team Leader option for both NCCC and FEMA. Team Leaders manage groups of 8 to 10 young adults. All programs are open to citizens of any U.S. state or territory.

 

This is an incredible opportunity provided by the U.S. Government, and provides students new options to gain leadership experience, job skills, funding for future education and job training, and possible a career pathway.

 

Contact: Bre’Anna Moore / breanna@vip.vet / AmeriCorps Youth Outreach Specialist, Southeast Region

 

ARC OF CENTRAL ALABAMA

Community Experience Direct Support Professional

 

Opportunity: Arc of Central Alabama is currently hiring qualified applicants for our new Community Experiences program. 

 

Job Title: Community Experiences Direct Support Professional (CE/DSP)

 

Description: Work directly with adults who have disabilities to support their needs during scheduled outings into the community.

 

Requirements: Minimum credentials of an Assoc degree and/or working toward BS in related field of study, (Human Services/Social Work etc.)

 

Preferred: 1-2 years experience working with individuals who have intellectual or developmental disabilities, (ages 21-68)

 

Hours: Part-time, daytime hours, mainly between 10:00 am & 2:00 pm, up to 20 hours per week with a minimum of 12 hours per week.

 

Benefits: Transportation during work hours provided, company credit card for expenses incurred provided, flexible scheduling, paid training.

 

Pay: $12 pr hour with opportunities for advancement

 

Contact:  Kim Spangler, Community Experience Coordinator / Arc of Central Alabama / 5348 Oporto Madrid Blvd S, Birmingham, Al 35210 / (205)601-2027 / kimberlie.spangler@arcofcentralalabama.org

 

PERITUS PUBLIC RELATIONS

Paid Summer Internship

 

Opportunity: Our challenging internship program gives students a head start on the competition by ensuring they leave here with a focused vision aligned with career goals through sound mentoring counsel, tangible resume results and client collaboration experience. 

 

Learn more about our public relations and public affairs internship experiences and requirements.  Deadline to apply: March 5.

 

Public Relations/Public Affairs Internships: https://www.perituspr.com/internships

 

About: PERITUS is a Birmingham-based communications firm dedicated to connecting our communities for a brighter Alabama.  Our specialized firm offers an integrative approach to help navigate challenges, drive results and create impact for brands and issues looking to make a difference. Our team has walked the halls of Congress, graduated from the country’s top PR programs, localized Fortune 500 brands, expanded startups, and navigated through mergers, intense legislative sessions and media storms. We are a woman-owned small business, top PR firm in the state, and champion for local communities

 

Peritus Website: https://www.perituspr.com/

 

Contact: Shona Webster-Doyle, administrative specialist / PERITUS public relations / 864.590.8650 / connect@perituspr.com

 

US CENSUS BUREAU

Census Takers

 

Opportunity: Be a Census Taker for the upcoming 2020 Census.  2020 US Census jobs provide great pay, flexible hours, weekly pay, paid training.

 

Apply On-Line: 2020census.gov/jobs

 

More Info: https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2019/2020-recruiting.html?utm_source=govdelivery&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20190123msc20s1ccnwsrs

 

Contact: Legand L. Burge / US Censuis Bureau / Alabama Rep / legand.l.burge@2020census.gov

 

HAND IN PAW

Internship

 

Opportunity: We are currently interviewing for our Internship program which aims to find students that are interested in community based philanthropic nonprofits.  Assignments and availability of internships will be determined by the Hand in Paw staff.

 

Description: This Internship is an opportunity for students to participate, learn, and contribute to the growth and operations of a nonprofit dedicated to the health and well-being of humans through Animal Assisted Therapy. You can learn more about our work by visiting our website at handinpaw.org. Under the direction of the Executive Director and Executive Assistant, Interns will learn about event planning, donor cultivation, and organizational management, as they support the Hand in Paw staff in day to day tasks. This is an amazing opportunity for those who love animals, their community, and the overall well-being of human health.

 

About: Hand in Paw is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama. HIP’s 150 professionally-trained volunteers help improve people’s day to day lives at numerous facilities throughout North-Central Alabama. Our volunteers are the backbone of the organization and their dedication is unsurpassed.

 

Qualifications: Hand in Paw is looking for students who believe in the power of community service through Animal Assisted Therapy. Ability to communicate with diverse groups. Ability to lift 20+ pounds. Love of animals. Organized – detail oriented

 

To Apply: Please submit an application that can be found on the Hand in Paw website under “Volunteer Application” at the bottom of the page. Simply complete the application and e-mail it to Tripp Windham at tripp@handinpaw.org, or follow the link below.

https://handinpaw.org/volunteer/volunteer-applications/

 

Contact: Tripp Windham / Executive Assistant / Hand in Paw / Birmingham, Alabama / T: 205-322-5144 Ext. 152/ E: tripp@handinpaw.org / 617 38th Street South, Birmingham, AL 35222 / W: www.handinpaw.org

 

JONES VALLEY TEACHING FARM

Internship

 

Opportunity: We are currently recruiting for our Summer Production Internship for students that would be interested in farming and learning with us this summer.

 

Description: The Production Internship is an opportunity for a select number of participants to learn and practice a variety of skills related to urban farming and small scale mixed vegetable production. Your can learn more about our work at jvtf.org. Our Farmers work hard to be both efficient and experimental with our farming practices as we establish a beautiful and diverse ecosystem in the city. Under the direction of the Farm Manager and Assistant Farm Manager, Production Interns will learn about soil preparation, crop care, harvest, and marketing of produce as they support the day-to day operations of our 3-acre farm campus in the heart of downtown Birmingham.

While the work will be hard, there are perks to being a Production Intern! This is a tremendous opportunity for growth and learning. These skills and experiences are applicable in a variety of environments, and we hope they will challenge you in new and positive ways.

 

About: Jones Valley Teaching Farm (JVTF). Founded in 2002, JVTF is a non-profit 501(c)(3) located in Birmingham, Alabama. In 2012, JVTF established Good School Food (GSF), a food education model rooted in academic standards and implemented in partnership with Birmingham City Schools. In the GSF model, JVTF designs and builds extensive teaching farm sites where staff deliver programming that connects students to food, farming, and the culinary arts through in-school and after school programming. Since 2012, JVTF has expanded the program to seven partner schools, including five in one distinct pre-K-12 feeder pattern in the Woodlawn community.

 

The Site: Over ten years ago, ground was broken and the first seeds were sown on a city block at the corner of 25th St and 7th Ave North. With over 250 varieties of vegetables, fruit, herbs, and flowers visible from interstate systems and skyscrapers, this three-acre urban farm continues to draw thousands of students, volunteers, and visitors to the heart of

Birmingham each year. Though your primary responsibilities are in farm production practices, this role supports our

education programs and furthers our mission.

 

Qualifications: Believers in the power of education and food. A commitment to Social Justice. An ability to communicate effectively with diverse groups of individuals. A high degree of self-reliance, confidence, and initiative. A positive attitude and the ability to hear, reflect upon, and implement feedback. A demonstrated interest in understanding organic and sustainable growing practices. Individuals who are capable of lifting 50+lbs and participating in the demands of farm work for full days in varying weather

 

Duration and Compensation: This is an unpaid learning opportunity with access to organic produce as it is available. Production Interns are expected to work at minimum 10 hours per week in shifts from 8-12 and/or 1-5 during the work week between August-November. Interns are also required to work a mandatory Tuesday morning shift from 8:30-12. Any college

credit must be coordinated by the student at the institution’s discretion.

 

To Apply: Please submit a letter of interest and resume with the subject “2019 Production Internship” to Farm Manager, Jessica Hill at jessica@jvtf.org

 

Contact: Jessica Hill / Farm Manager / Jones Valley Teaching Farm / Downtown Farm Campus / Birmingham, Alabama / 314-607-3507 / jessica@jvtf.org

 

INTERMARK GROUP

Graphic Designer

 

Opportunity: Intermark Group, local advertising agency, has a paid freelance opportunity for a graphic designer. Here is the website for more information on who we are: https://www.intermarkgroup.com/

 

Description: We have $15/hour.  Part-time, job located at our office, flexible based on class schedule. Real world clients to build their portfolio. 

 

Contact: Madison Lathum / Account Executive / Intermark Group / 101 25th Street North, Birmingham, AL 35203 / Direct: 205-776-2267 / Madison.Lathum@intermarkgroup.com / www.intermarkgroup.com

 

McKESSON PHARMACEUTICALS

Material Handler

 

Opportunity: The McKesson Pharmaceuticals  distribution center is located in McCalla, AL in the Jefferson Metropolitan Business Park.  We are looking for qualified individuals to join our team of leaders to begin a rewarding career. We primarily have needs for warehouse associates – Material Handlers.  We operate on two shifts – Day and Night shift.  We have both full time and part time positions available.

 

Description/Qualifications: Main responsibilities for the position include, picking order, packing and shipping. Very fast paced environment.  Attention to detail (quality) is critical.  Physical requirements:  must be able to bend, stoop, walk 5-10 miles a night, lift 15-50 pounds continuously. Previous warehouse experience preferred.  Stable work history.  Must be able to pass a stringent background/drug screen process. Hourly rate is $13.27 with a $2.00 per hour nightshift differential. Shift operates Sunday through Thursday with mandatory overtime.

 

About: McKesson is in the business of better health and we touch the lives of patients in virtually every aspect of healthcare. It starts with the chain of events you initiate when you work with McKesson Pharmaceutical - a chain that extends across the country and results in millions of people getting more from their healthcare.

 

As the leader in pharmaceutical distribution and supply chain management, McKesson Pharmaceutical delivers vital branded and generic pharmaceuticals, as well as over-the-counter products, to more than 40,000 customers in three primary segments: retail chains, independent retail pharmacies and institutional providers such as hospitals, health systems, integrated delivery networks and long-term care providers.

 

We base our distribution excellence on electronic order processing, asset management tools, a commitment to Six Sigma methodology, order accuracy and supply chain safety. We work with our customers on solutions - including supply management technology, world-class marketing programs, managed care and repackaging products and services - that help them meet their business and quality goals. Our entire team works to ensure patients receive their medications efficiently and begin the process of healing.

 

As the nation’s largest pharmaceutical distributor, US Pharmaceutical is committed to driving total pharmacy health for customers and ensuring that customers receive the right drug at the right time, every time. This commitment is underpinned by McKesson’s focus on providing customers with the industry’s highest product availability, intelligent ordering capabilities and unmatched service accuracy.

 

To Apply: A complete listing of openings is available for you to review at http://www.mckesson.com/careers/.  Search by location.  

 

Contact: Kevin Farrar / Lead HR Associate / East Region / McKesson Corporation / Pharmaceutical Solutions and Services / 6775 Jefferson Metro Pkwy, McCalla, AL 35111 / 205.477.2701  telephone / 205.477.2662  facsimile / www.mckesson.com / Matthew.Farrar@McKesson.com

 

RAYCOM

TV/Radio Jobs

 

For those searching for jobs or internships in media, check out Raycom’s careers website:

https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1

 

Some of these jobs might consider recent college graduates. These companies might also be good places to reach out for internships.  Raycom itself is an Alabama-based company, but they own TV and radio stations and other media groups all across the South and in other parts of the country.  One of these stations might be near your home town.

 

IMPACT ALABAMA

Community Engagement

 

Opportunity: Impact America Accepting Applications for Full-Time Positions beginning in July 2019. Positions available in Alabama, Tennessee, and South Carolina.

 

About: Current seniors and recent graduates interested in working with a nationally recognized, award-winning nonprofit fighting poverty in America should apply now! Impact America provides an opportunity for recent graduates to engage in communities of need in a meaningful way, broadening their perspectives and making a real impact in their communities.

 

Description: The AmeriCorps Member position combines service with our nationally unique initiatives: FocusFirst, a high-tech vision care initiative for preschoolers; SaveFirst, a high-quality tax preparation initiative for low-income families; SpeakFirst, a debate initiative for talented and motivated middle and high school students in Alabama; and Stories from the Line, an initiative that navigates the complexities of poverty through the development of a series of short films.

 

Positions are full-time for one year and begin in July 2019.  Positions are available in Birmingham, AL; Memphis, TN; Tallahassee, FL; or Greenville, SC. Applications reviewed on a rolling basis. Priority deadline to apply for July start date: March 3rd

 

Learn More & Apply:

https://impactamerica.com/corps/?utm_source=Recruiting+Email+to+Service+Learning%2FLeadership+Groups+%28Feb+2019%29&utm_campaign=Recruiting+-+College+Students+2016&utm_medium=email

 

Contact: Sarah Louise Smith / Impact Alabama, 1901 6th Ave N, Suite 2400, Birmingham, AL 35203 / recruiting@impactamerica.com

 

BRIGHT SPRING HEALTH SERVICES

Caregivers

 

Opportunity: ResCare (Bright Spring) in Birmingham, AL is searching for dynamic caregivers to join our team! In the position, you will play a vital role in helping our clients with intellectual, cognitive, or developmental disabilities achieve their highest level of independence. Not only will you see positive results of your work every day, but you will have an opportunity for professional development and advancement to positions of greater responsibility. Many leaders with ResCare began their careers as Direct Support Professionals.  

 

About: ResCare is the industry leader when it comes to providing residential services and community living supports to youth and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Individuals take an active role in developing their individual service plan with our interdisciplinary team. We encourage the people we support to engage in family and community activities that may include participation in clubs, classes, athletics, church and other organizations. We help individuals achieve their highest level of independence at home and in the community.

 

Benefits Include: Medical, Dental, and Vision. 60 hours Paid Time Off in first year, up to 120 hours accumulating each following year. 401k. Profit Share Program. Paid Holidays. Tuition Reimbursement. Employee Assistance Programs. Career Progression Opportunities.

 

Please join us for our Job Fair, our local hiring event, at ResCare of Birmingham State Office on February 13.  Location: 128 W Park Dr, Birmingham, AL 35211. Time: 10am-4pm.

 

To Apply: https://rescare.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/30716?c=rescare

 

Contact: Viola Brown-Thompson / Talent Sourcer—Community Living / GA|NC|AL / BrightSpring Health Services / 860.980.0052 | Viola.BrownThompson@BrightSpringHealth.com  / OR Shea Garnett (HR Specialist) / 205-945-2526 ext 212

 

AFFINITY HOSPICE

Volunteers

 

Opportunity: Affinity Hospice has opportunities in its volunteer program. We have always taken pride in the outstanding volunteer based program because of all it has to offer, and we would love for you to be a part of it!

 

Description: There are dozens of ways to plug in to make this program your own. We are looking for volunteers to help with direct patient care, special activities, play instruments, have sweet pets for pet therapy, read or color, be a companion, but most importantly - we are looking for someone to share their time and hearts with our sweet patients.

 

Our program encourages you to use your passions, schooling and talents to help enrich the lives of others. We will always help you find a way to turn your passions into the perfect volunteer opportunity.

 

Contact: Sarah Barlow / Volunteer and Community Coordinators / Affinity Hospice / 216 Aquarius Drive, Suite 306, Birmingham, Alabama 35209 / 205-949-0400 phone / 205-949-0405 fax / sbarlow@AffinityHospice.com

 

GRAHAM COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

Real Estate Intern

 

Opportunity:  Graham Commercial Properties has an internship position available. We are hiring a Real Estate Analyst Intern. The paid internship will initially be part time with the potential to develop into a full time role with Graham & Co., a Birmingham based commercial real estate firm specializing in brokerage, development and investment. We just celebrated our 40th anniversary.

 

Description: The individual in this role will be part of a team managing the leases of a large, international company based in Birmingham, Alabama.  Primary responsibilities will include collecting, analyzing and maintaining data and continuously elevating the quality of our data.  Another key responsibility will be working with the brokerage, investment and development teams and analyzing critical aspects of the target commercial real estate markets. 

 

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be very organized, proficient in Microsoft Excel and databases and work proactively.   He or she will also possess strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

 

Contact: Emily Dunlap | Director of Human Resources | Graham Commercial Properties | (D) 205.380.1081 | (O) 205.380.1076 | 1801 Fifth Avenue North | Suite 300 | Birmingham, AL 35203 | emily.dunlap@gcprei.com

 

JEFF CO COMMITTEE FOR ECONOMIC OPPTY

Various Positions

 

Opportunity: Join our team!  We have openings for the following positions: Driver, Janitor, Cook, Teacher, Teacher Aide.

 

More information: www.jcceo.org/jobs/application

To Apply: Mail resume to: recruitment@jcceo.org

 

Contact: Brenda Singgellos | Human Resources Director | Jefferson County Comm for Economic Opportunity | bsinggellos@jcceo.org | 205-327-7537

  

RESIDENCE INN AT UAB

Front Desk Assistant

 

Description: Greet and register guests, provide prompt and courteous service, and close out guest accounts upon completion of stay to meet Crescent and brand high standards of quality. Complete the registration process by inputting and retrieving information from a computer system, confirming pertinent information. Code electronic keys. Verify and imprint credit cards for authorization using electronic acceptance methods. Handle cash, make change and balance an assigned house bank. Accept and record vouchers, traveler’s checks, and other forms of payment. Post charges to guest rooms and house accounts using the computer. Promptly answer the telephone using positive and clear communication. Input messages into the computer. Retrieve messages and communicate the content to the guest. Retrieve mail, small packages and facsimiles for customers as requested. Field guest complaints, conducting thorough research to develop the most effective solutions and negotiate results. Listen and extend assistance in order to resolve problems such as price conflicts, insufficient heating or air conditioning, etc. Remain calm and alert especially during emergency situations and heavy hotel activity. Plan and implement detailed steps by using experienced judgment and discretion.

 

Qualifications: Ability to work AM and PM shifts, including weekends and holidays.  Ability to read, write and speak the English language fluently. Prior experience working the front desk at a hotel preferred. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office. Good telephone etiquette skills. Self-starting personality with an even disposition.  Maintain a professional appearance and manner at all times.     Must be willing to “pitch-in” and help co- workers with their job duties and be a team player.  Basic mathematical skills and ability to make accurate mathematical calculations.  Ability to effectively deal with guest and employee concerns in a friendly and positive manner.    Ability to access and accurately input information using a moderately complex computer system.

 

Contact: Zachary Tidwell | Front Office Manager | Crescent Hotels & Resorts (Marriott) | Residence Inn Birmingham Downtown @ UAB | 821 20th Street South, Birmingham, AL, 35205 | Phone: 205.731.9595 | Fax: 205.731.9696

Wilson.Tidwell@marriott.com | www.marriott.com/bhmri |

  

INDEPENDENT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Director of Youth Ministries

 

About: Independent Presbyterian Church (IPC) in Birmingham, AL is a 2,300-member Presbyterian Church (USA) congregation. Located in the heart of a vibrant city in a diverse and historic neighborhood, IPC is known for a commitment to local and global missions, beautiful and uplifting worship, and excellent Christian Education.

 

Description: Director of Youth Ministry (DYM) works as a member of the Christian Education staff (CE) and is supported by the Youth Subcommittee, and the larger CE Ministry Team of the Church. The DYM will work closely with the Executive Assistant for CE, part time youth ministry staff, interns and volunteers. The DYM must be available to work on Sundays (including Sunday evenings) and usually no more than 2 additional nights per week.

 

Qualifications: A mature spiritual life and a deep sense of Christian faith that is evident in one’s actions, one’s words, and one’s approach to youth ministry. Excellent interpersonal skills, including the desire and ability to connect with youth and their families. Undergraduate bachelor’s degree at a minimum. Excellent organization, time management, planning and goal setting skills. Effective spoken and written communications skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Outlook, Google applications, PowerPoint, social media platforms including Facebook and Instagram. Possess valid driver’s license to transport youth in car or IPC van.

 

Responsibilities/Duties: Manage multi-dimensional programs in the areas of fellowship, study, worship, recreation and service activities. Lead an engaging relational ministry with youth, their families, and volunteers regardless of age, gender, affluence, or other characteristics, and serve as a role model and mentor to youth. Supervise seasonal interns and part-time staff. Recruit, equip and empower volunteers. Develop and maintain the core programming for youth including Wednesday nights, Sunday school, Sunday nights, confirmation, and occasional youth trips. Teach/lead youth classes on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. Plan and present yearly budgets and oversee expenditures. Assist with the development and work of the Youth Grants Team in partnership with the IPC Foundation.  Participate in Presbytery activities related to youth ministry and to encourage volunteer involvement in these activities. Ensure compliance with all IPC policies, including the Child and Youth Protection Policy.

 

To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to cejobs@ipc-usa.org.

 

Contact: Margaret Cross |Independent Presbyterian Church Youth Director search committee | Birmingham AL | mfavrotcross@yahoo.com

  

VERYABLE

Marketing Team

 

Opportunity: My name is Lawrence Pippins (Class of 2001) and I am currently looking to fill a business development role with an exciting tech start up.  See information below:

 

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/business-development-associate-at-veryable-1082723102/

 

Description: Interested in working for one of the manufacturing industry’s hottest tech startups? Veryable is looking for a highly-motivated business development professional to join our Huntsville, AL market team. We’re looking for someone who is Huntsville-based, detail-oriented, and a creative problem-solver at heart that thrives in a collaborative environment. Your primary objective will be to grow and retain profitable revenue by managing relationships with new and existing clients through high-touch networking and lead generation.

 

Responsibilities: Lead outbound business targeting and lead generation (cold calling, email campaigns, etc.). Collaborate to create and own outbound localized business development campaigns. Provide operations support and excellent customer service to prospective and current clients; conduct site visits and consultations as needed. Analyze client usage to project future needs and initiate strategic communication accordingly. Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills with the ability to engage effectively with various levels of management, staff, and clients

 

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be focused, have strong communication skills, and have the ability to think strategically. Recent BA or BS degree. Desire to work in a fast-paced and dynamic startup environment. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Highly organized, analytical, and goal-oriented. Proven knowledge and execution of successful development strategies. Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office experience required).

 

About: Veryable is one of the fastest growing companies in Texas and has been nominated as one of the "hottest" startups in Dallas / Ft. Worth. We are the on-demand labor marketplace for the manufacturing and distribution industries, providing our users with the ability to improve productivity and enable organic growth. This is a ground-floor opportunity to join a promising startup on a mission to revitalize the manufacturing sector.

 

Contact: Lawrence Pippins (BSC Alumni 2001) | GM - Central Alabama | Veryable Inc. | Mobile: 256-479-6061 | Email: lpippins@veryableops.com | www.veryableops.com

 

YWCA ANYTOWN ALABAMA

Social Justice Intern

 

Opportunity:  YWCA Social Justice AmeriCorps is offering a fantastic opportunity for social justice enthusiasts with a heart for working with teens… Anytown Alabama Social Justice Internship! 

 

About: Anytown Alabama Teen Leadership Summit is a weeklong residential summit for high school students to develop leadership skills and learn about social justice issues. Students make great friends, build their college resumes and have a ton of fun!

 

Description: The competitive volunteer staff positions at Anytown Alabama have existed since the camp’s inception in 1989. Interns serve as staff for Anytown Alabama, a social justice summer camp for teens. Interns serve as staff for Anytown Alabama Teen Leadership Summit and play a vital role in all aspects of the summit. Anytown Alabama interns must be at least 18-100 years old and must be at least one year past graduating high school by the time of camp; to apply for Anytown 2019, you must have graduated by or before May 2018.

 

Notes:

Staff Training: May 25, 26, & June 1, 2019

Anytown Alabama: June 2-8, 2019

More Info and Application:  http://www.ywcabham.org/anytown-alabama

 

Contact: Gabrielle S. Pringle (she, her, hers) | AmeriCorps Member | Outreach Coordinator | T:  205.322.9922 | F:  205.521.9652 | E: gpringle@ywcabham.org

 

HOMEWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Comm Relations & Marketing Manager

 

Opportunity: Homewood Chamber of Commerce is trying to reaching potential candidates to be the next community relations and marketing manager for our organization. Applications will be received through February 15th. Full-time Employment; Part-Time Negotiable.

 

About: For more than 75 years our chamber has been an active force and vital resource in maximizing the potential of both commerce and community in Homewood. As an historic suburb of Birmingham, we envision a thriving community that includes and embraces a mix of successful businesses, including retail, commercial, professional, practice, non-profit, cooperate, industrial and institutional organizations and their leaders.

 

Candidates may wish to visit our chamber’s webpage at https://homewoodchamber.org

 

Description: To support the vision and mission of the Homewood Chamber of Commerce to maximize the potential of commerce and community, the Community Relations and Marketing Director is responsible for developing, implementing, and executing all aspects of an integrated marketing plan while working to maintain and enhance the positive image of the Chamber in the Homewood community through active Member engagement and outstanding customer service.

 

Duties and Expectations: Marketing. Develop and manage the Chamber’s Marketing and Communications Plan. Maintain and grow all Chamber Social Media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Publish weekly electronic newsletter, Chamber Connections. Responsible for the production of all Chamber graphics, including but not limited to: event signage, posters, digital media, etc. Manage branding and marketing for Chamber events including Taste of Homewood, The Homewood Chamber Golf Classic, Downtown shopping events and all Holiday events. Responsible for the production and development of the Chamber’s Annual Report. Ensure all Member Documents are branded correctly and kept up-to-date. Work with the Executive Director to maintain the Chamber’s website. Ensure the Chamber is properly branded to the public.  Community Relations. Manage the Chamber’s Ambassador program, including: Engaging with active Ambassadors to enhance the program. Keeping track of Ambassador points earned throughout the year. Working alongside the Ambassador chair to strategize potential threats and growth opportunities for the program. Plan and manage the Chamber’s Networking events. Produce all Chamber Press Releases and engage with local news sources to promote Chamber events. Manage and support logistical items for Monthly Membership Luncheons and other Chamber events. Assist the City of Homewood with programs as directed including We Love Homewood Day, Patriot’s Day, and any other community events. Responsible for correspondence for new and renewing Members. Responsible for correspondence to the membership and other subscribing parties concerning all Chamber events. Work alongside the Executive Director and Alliance Publishing in production of Homewood Magazine. Work with the Executive Director to perform event-related tasks and office duties

 

Qualifications: The successful candidate will hold a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Marketing, Journalism/Mass Communications, Public Relations, Business or a related field. The successful candidate must be organized and self-motivated with the ability to work independently or as part of a team, and will present a professional appearance and excellent customer service skills. The candidate must demonstrate outstanding written and oral communication skills, including professional telephone protocols, and must be proficient in Microsoft Office products including Word, PowerPoint and Excel, as well as Adobe InDesign and Photoshop. Experience with Constant Contact, WordPress and ChamberMaster a plus. Must be able to stand or sit for extended periods of time and lift at least 30 pounds with availability to work evenings or weekends as needed to support special events.

 

Submit resume, salary requirements and references no later than February 15th, 2019 to director@homewoodchamber.org. Please specify if looking for full time or part time employment.

 

Contact:

Michael D. Morgan | Homewood Chamber of Commerce | 205-726-2727 office | 205-422-0308 mobile | mmorgan@samford.edu

 

BUGSBITE

Mosquito Control Specialist

 

Opportunity: Mosquito Authority (Bugsbite) is the industry leader when it comes to backyard mosquito control. We are currently looking for skilled seasonal Mosquito Control Specialists, both full and part time to join

our team. Our trained professionals use their education, experience, and other proven proprietary techniques to ensure mosquito problems are managed in an effective, efficient, and friendly manner. This position will be based in our Birmingham, AL office.

 

Description: Participate fully in training opportunities provided to enhance knowledge and to meet requirements for licensing. Work in a safe manner in accordance with state requirements, OSHA policies, and procedures, and maintaining and utilizing the required safety equipment when performing duties. Operate a backpack blower (up to 60 pounds) in heat and humidity, often through uneven terrain. Respond to basic customer inquiries and requests and notifies the owner(s) of complaints or issues to ensure timely resolution. Complete job documentation accurately and in a timely manner. Work flexible schedule as required to meet weekly responsibilities, including occasional weekend hours. Maintain a clean company vehicle and safely operate a vehicle.

 

Qualifications: High School graduate / GED. Valid Driver’s license. Basic pest control knowledge preferred. The job requires standing, walking, moving, climbing, carrying, bending, kneeling, reaching, handling, pushing, and pulling. Must be available to work extended hours and weekends when necessary.

Benefits: $13.50/hour starting pay, with opportunity to reach $16/hour. Paid training. Additional performance-based compensation opportunities available. 401(k) retirement options.

 

To Apply: mail resume to bugsbitena@gmail.com

 

Contact: Caroline Ivey | Bugsbite | caroline@bugsbite.com

 

FRIENDS BOOKSTORE

Volunteer

 

Opportunity: Friends Bookstore is currently offering volunteer opportunities. We have flexible hours to best fit your class/work schedule. Shifts can be 2 to 4 hours a week. We train all volunteers. The options for Volunteers include:

 

 Description: ALPHABETIZE/SHELVE: Ability to organize books according to category, fiction & nonfiction (art, biography, classic, so on..). BOX HANDLER: Handle boxes of books and supplies. Assist in picking up and delivering donations, snack supplies. Personal Vehicle is a plus, but not required. CUSTOMER SERVICE: Assist customers in locating books, answer questions, promoting sales etc. COMPUTER/SOCIAL MEDIA: Use WORD (or other) to type, print and place signs/labels. Use Facebook and other sites for sales and promotions. CASHIER: Simple. Register Experience good, but not required. Must provide references from previous jobs and/or character references.

 

Note: All positions support The FRIENDS BOOKSTORE and Community Outreach Program and The BIRMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY. Volunteering with us can complement your RESUME and be used for COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS. Come have fun while you learn and share your knowledge!

 

Contact: Michael Gray | Friends Bookstore | michaelgray4555@att.net | 205-587-2221 | email tpace@bham.lib.al.us | Hours: Monday - Saturday, 10:00am - 5:00pm | 2100 Park Place Birmingham, Al 35203

 


JANUARY 2019

 

COCINA SUPERIOR

FT/PT Jobs

 

Opportunity: Cocina Superior, an upscale modern Tex-Mex restaurant in Brookwood Village, is now hiring wait staff, hostesses, and bartenders.

 

Waiter/Waitress  -  Cocina Superior is getting busier, so we need motivated Waiters/Waitresses to join our team.  If you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment with the potential for advancement, we want to talk to you.  The successful candidate will be responsible for establishing friendly relationships with our patrons and ensuring they enjoy fast, pleasant service throughout their dining experiences. We’re looking for applicants with flexible schedules who don’t mind pitching in with others.  Must have or obtain a liquor permit.  Applications and interviews accepted Monday – Friday 9am-11am and 2pm-4pm.  Resumes may also be sent to info@thecocinasuperior.com.

 

Hostess  -  We are looking for Hosts/Hostesses to join our team and be the first point of contact for our guests.  They will be responsible for greeting guests, managing reservations, answering incoming calls, handling to0-go orders, providing accurate wait times and escorting customers to the dining, patio and bar areas.  For this role, you should have solid organizational and people skills to make sure our guests have a positive and pleasant dining experience from the moment they arrive till their departure.  Applications and interviews accepted Monday – Friday 9am-11am and 2pm-4pm.  Resumes may also be sent to info@thecocinasuperior.com.

 

Bartender  -  Looking for friendly, outgoing personalities who would enjoy bartending at Cocina Superior.  You must be able to learn our menus and beverages sold, understand how to handle bar/alcohol service towards customers, proficient on the telephone, and always maintain a positive and upbeat personality/attitude.  Must have or obtain a liquor permit.  If you are interested in becoming a positive asset to our team, applications and interviews accepted Monday – Friday 9am-11am and 2pm-4pm.  Resumes may also be sent to info@thecocinasuperior.com.

 

Contact: Steven Fontenot / District Manager / Superior Restaurant Group / 587 Brookwood Village Homewood, AL  35209 / 205-259-1980 / 225-205-1033 cell / steven@superiorgrill.com

 

CITY OF BIRMINGHAM

AmeriCorps/Vista

 

Help expand the City of Birmingham's reach in the areas of education, economics, and healthcare.

 

Program benefits: $945 monthly living allowance. $6095 education award.  Health coverage. Federal student loan forebearance. Professional development. Childcare and relocation help if needed.

 

Contact: Janice Washington / Supervisor, AmeriCorps VISTA / Mayor's Office of Customer Service / City of Birmingham / 710 20th St N Birmingham, AL 35203 / 205-254-2286 / Janice.Washington@birminghamal.gov

 

JM TANK LINES

Social Media/Event Coordinator

 

Opportunity: Local staffing firm is reaching out to any recent grads that may be a fit for an entry level Social Media / Event Coordinator at J&M Tank Lines.

 

More info: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/1026920595/

 

Contact: Rachel Smith  | Recruiting & Retention | J & M Tank Lines, Inc. |Transchem USA| Birmingham, AL | P: 205.552.1046| M: 205.382.1549 |F: 205.278.6854 | rsmith@jmtank.com

 

AMERICORPS

Internship/Scholarship

 

AMERICORPS: FIND YOUR DIRECTION

Opportunity: Leadership Skills, Job Training, Educational Award.  Lifelong Friendships, Community Service. Housing and Travel Provided. Living Allowance & Healthcare. 10 Month Full-Time Commitment = Big Rewards

 

AmeriCorps is a national service program dedicated to building young leaders, serving disadvantaged communities, increasing job skills, and providing opportunities to earn money for education. Through AmeriCorps, students are assigned to non-profits, government agencies, institutions, and community-based organizations. In exchange for their 10 months of service, students receive money for college or to pay off existing student loans, student loan deferment, living allowances, health benefits, and new job skills.

 

AmeriCorps offers two programs for 18 to 24 year olds including the NCCC Traditional Corps (Civilian Conservation Corps) and the FEMA Corps, which is focused on response to natural disasters.  Additionally, for those 18 and over with existing leadership skills (no upper age restriction) there is a Team Leader option for both NCCC and FEMA. Team Leaders manage groups of 8 to 10 young adults. All programs are open to citizens of any U.S. state or territory.

 

Contact: Bre’Anna Moore / Youth Outreach Specialist / Americorps / breanna@vip.vet

 

MARRIOTT

Front Desk

 

Opportunity:  We currently have two front desk positions open.  The shifts needed are both the 7-3am and 3-11pm timeslots.  The place for this role will be $9.00/hr or higher, depending on experience.  The students will be best served by emailing their resumes to Wilson.Tidwell@marriott.com. 

 

Description: Greet and register guests, provide prompt and courteous service, and close out guest accounts upon completion of stay to meet Crescent and brand high standards of quality.  Greet customers immediately with a friendly and sincere welcome. Use a positive and clear speaking voice, listen to and understand requests, respond with appropriate action and provide accurate information such as outlet hours and local attractions. Complete the registration process by inputting and retrieving information from a computer system, confirming pertinent information including number of guests and room rate. Promote Crescent and brand marketing programs. Make appropriate selection of rooms based on guest needs. Code electronic keys. Non-verbally confirm the room number and rate. Provide welcome folders containing room keys, certificates, coupons and refreshment center keys as appropriate. Verify and imprint credit cards for authorization using electronic acceptance methods. Handle cash, make change and balance an assigned house bank. Accept and record vouchers, traveler’s checks, and other forms of payment. Post charges to guest rooms and house accounts using the computer. Promptly answer the telephone using positive and clear communication. Input messages into the computer. Retrieve messages and communicate the content to the guest. Retrieve mail, small packages and facsimiles for customers as requested. Close guest accounts at time of check out and ascertain satisfaction. In the event of dissatisfaction, negotiate compromise, which may include authorizing revenue allowances. Field guest complaints, conducting thorough research to develop the most effective solutions and negotiate results. Listen and extend assistance in order to resolve problems such as price conflicts, insufficient heating or air conditioning, etc. Remain calm and alert especially during emergency situations and heavy hotel activity. Plan and implement detailed steps by using experienced judgment and discretion.

 

Qualifications: Ability to work AM and PM shifts, including weekends and holidays. Ability to read, write and speak the English language fluently. Prior experience working the front desk at a hotel preferred.  Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office.  Stand, sit, or walk for an extended period of time or for an entire shift. Move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 10 pounds without assistance. Good telephone etiquette skills.  Self-starting personality with an even disposition.  Maintain a professional appearance and manner at all times.  Must be willing to “pitch-in” and help co- workers with their job duties and be a team player.  Basic mathematical skills and ability to make accurate mathematical calculations.  Ability to effectively deal with guest and employee concerns in a friendly and positive manner.    Ability to access and accurately input information using a moderately complex computer system.

 

Contact: Zachary Tidwell / Front Office Manager / Marriott-Crescent Hotels & Resorts / Residence Inn Birmingham Downtown @ UAB / 821 20th Street South, Birmingham, AL, 35205 / Phone: 205.731.9595 | Fax: 205.731.9696 / Wilson.Tidwell@marriott.com | www.marriott.com/bhmri

 

SOUTHERN COMPANY

Technology Summer Internship

 

Description: The Technology Organization is a 1,000 - person organization that sets technology strategy to help Southern Company achieve its business goals and builds and maintains the company's Technology Organization infrastructure and applications. The Technology Organization intern will gain insight into the technology organization at Southern Company through structured overviews and projects in the following areas: Electric Technology Solutions, Computing and Network Services, Planning and Financial Services, and Program Management. Overviews will include information on the area's function, customer base and current projects and initiatives. Projects will be based on Company need and the interns' abilities and interests.

 

Qualifications: Major or Minor in Information Systems, Computer Science, MIS or Computer Engineering -Minimum GPA requirement of 2.8 (3.0 preferred) -Ability to communicate well with clients, supervisor, and peers -Ability to travel overnight in the Southeast -Authorization to work in the United States now and in the future (US Citizen OR Permanent Resident only)

 

Notes: Summer 2019 (May 13th-August 9th) -40 hours per week, Monday - Friday, 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM or 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM -Birmingham, AL with limited travel in the Southeast.

 

More info on website: https://www.southerncompany.com/student-programs

 

Contact: Giuli Biondi Williams / Campus Recruiter / Southern Company / Email: gabiondi@southernco.com / Work: 205 257 2336

 

SOUTHERN COMPANY

Power Delivery Intern

 

Opportunity: Southern Company is seeking a Power Delivery Intern. 20 hours/week (hours flexible within normal business hours).  Office located at APC HQ at 600 18th St N, Birmingham, AL 35203. Likely starting in Jan/Feb 2019.

 

Description: The employee’s main responsibility will be to assist me with data analysis, value evaluation, and report generation for my various research projects around grid-focused power electronics and the integration of new generation technologies into the grid.  Employee could also be called upon for limited field (typically around the southeast) and lab (located in Irondale, AL) work.  Employee stands to gain experience in the practical application of power electronics for utility applications and in power utility operations, policies, and procedures.

 

Qualifications: Strong expertise with MS Office suite especially Excel (including Macros and/or VBA code) or Tableau. Power utility experience a plus. Programming experience preferred. Electrical engineering student or experience strongly preferred.

 

Contact: Andrew Ingram / Southern Company / AINGRAM@SOUTHERNCO.COM

 

LONGLEAF REALTY PARTNERS

Commercial Sales Rep

 

Opportunity:   We are seeking 2 full time Commercial Real Estate CRE leasing/sales people in the Birmingham, AL metropolitan area.  These 2 positions are the result of growth in the commercial, industrial, and wholesale real estate market.   We envision this position (s) beginning immediately once the right people are identified. 

 

Description: The CRE leasing sales position will be responsible for providing commercial real estate leasing and sales services to prospects and customers in the Birmingham metropolitan area.  This position will be mentored by the owner of the company with over 30 years of real estate experience.  The main role of this position will be phone and face to face commercial real estate leasing and sales.  Hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

 

Qualifications: Excellent people and communication skills with the ability to work independently and meet deadlines.  Strong organization skills, the ability to multi task and prioritize. 

 

About: Longleaf Realty Partners is owned by Claude Tindle who has over 30 years of commercial real estate leasing and sales experience.  The company prides itself on creating value in the Alabama real estate market.

 

Contact:  Monte Smith / Longleaf Realty Partners / #3 Office Park Circle, Birmingham, AL 35259 / msmith@longleafrealestate.com / 205-879-3733  

 

MAGIC CITY TUTORING

Tutor

 

Opportunity: We are looking for tutors in the Birmingham area. We are accepting applications for tutors in all subject areas; however the highest demand is for: ACT English & Reading, ACT Math & Science, Mathematics (Algebra II, Pre-Calculus), and Science (Chemistry, Biology).

 

About: Magic City Tutoring is seeking motivated individuals with a passion for education to join our team of tutors. Our company is committed to making a difference for students of every background and age level who need academic assistance. We provide a personally tailored approach to education, with hourly one-on-one tutoring sessions. We provide access to a large student base, educational resources, and technical support to all tutors. We also personally meet with each family in their home to ensure tutor safety and security.

 

Description: This is a part-time position, where you will work as an independent contractor. Our students and tutors choose each other based on teaching style, course expertise, and preferred location. Tutors can decide which students to tutor and work with student’s families to determine their own schedules. Tutors will work when needed, but can expect to work regularly. Wage: $16/hour.

 

Qualifications: Proficiency in the subjects they tutor. 3.0 cumulative GPA minimum (applicable to tutors currently enrolled in post-secondary education). Excellent communication skills. Formal/Informal tutoring experience. Ability to travel to student's home or desired tutoring location. Dependability & Responsibility. Professional Demeanor & Appearance.

 

Contact: Edward Pung / Professional Tutor / (561) 506-9338 / bhmtutoring@gmail.com / or Nicholas Ciancio (205-532-2120)

 

OLD OVERTON CLUB

Golf Attendant

 

Opportunity: The Old Overton Club has several openings for part time and full time Cart Attendant/Bag Room Staff available. We are seeking dependable, hard working students interested in golf that might be looking for an employment opportunity.

 

Contact: Alex Downing / Assistant Golf Professional / Old Overton Club / 205-972-9001 / ardowning@pga.com

 

PHYS ASSIST SCIBES

Medical Scribe

 

Opportunity: Scribing allows you to work side Scribing allows you to work side Scribing allows you to work side-by-side with practicing physicians and nurses. As a scribe, you have the opportunity to create long-lasting professional connections that could help you get into medical school, PA or nursing school, PA or nursing school.

 

Contact: Jacob Garnett / Recruiter, South East Region and Mid-Atlantic Region / PhysAssist Scribes / Main: 817.496.1009 / Direct: 865-500-1365 / jacob.garnett@iamscribe.com

 

ALABAMA TITLE COMPANY

Internship

 

Opportunity: Alabama Title Company is a real estate title insurance company here in Birmingham. We are currently seeking an intern.

 

Description: Duties could range from sending out files to customers, testing a new software product we are implementing to helping develop content for our website and Facebook Page.

 

Contact: David Higginbotham / Senior Vice President / Alabama Title Co., Inc. / 2233 2nd Ave N Birmingham, AL 35203 / Office:(205)322-1821 / Direct: (205)905-3331 / david@alabamatitle.com

 

ROOMFUL OF TEETH

Non-Profit Administrator

 

Opportunity: Roomful of Teeth is seeking applicants for a Non=-Profit Administrator.  Hours: 24-32/week.

 

Description: Fundraising: Manage institutional giving calendar, research and cultivate new prospects. Draft and submit LOIs and proposals for grants – write copy and prepare support materials (budgets, recordings, org docs, etc.). Manage ongoing institutional donor correspondence (reports, updates, acknowledgements, etc.). Finances: Manage reimbursable expenses from artists and crew (travel and misc. receipts). Manage Quickbooks. Ensure ensemble bills are paid on time. Manage invoices as needed for equipment rentals, travel reimbursements and fee payments and licensing contracts. Manage 1099 payments to singers/crew. Manage equipment rental payouts to sound vendor. Approve tour budgets and engagement agreements along with RoT artistic director and label booking manager. Work with RoT accountants to prepare EoY 900 and org audit. Distribute EoY 1099s to independent contractors. Marketing: Draft marketing emails and fundraising appeals (1 every 2-3 months). Manage company press materials. Field interview requests for print / radio / etc. General: Draft and distribute contracts for singers and crew according to dates gathered by RoT production manager. Manage ensemble recording and program archive. Manage ensemble insurance policies (GL, workers comp).

Contact: Trevor Litsey / Roomful of Teeth / litseyt@roomfulofteeth.org

 


DECEMBER 2018

 

GRINKMEYER LEONARD FINANCIAL

Graphic Design & Marketing Assistant

 

Opportunity: We would love to be able to offer this part-time position to a BSC student! The assistant would be working directly with the Marketing Manager. We foresee that this will be a temporary position as we work to update the firm’s marketing collateral and give a face-lift to our website, but this opportunity could lead to a permanent part-time position or future contract work. We envision the job would begin the last week of January and last for several months initially.

 

Description: The Graphic Design and Marketing Assistant will be responsible for providing support to the company’s Marketing Director through a variety of channels including print, digital, web, and video. The Graphic Design and Marketing Assistant will report directly to our firm’s Marketing Director and will assist with the development and design of graphics, logos, marketing collateral, event materials, and a variety of other creative tasks. The Graphic Design and Marketing Assistant may also be assigned various website updates utilizing HubSpot and WordPress. We are willing to work with your department to offer internship credit, if these job responsibilities meet your necessary requirements. Primary Responsibilities: Prepare images for social media, blogs, and website posts. Assist with collateral creation and updates and file management.

 

Qualifications: Excellent computer knowledge. Proficiency in and have access to basic design programs such as Adobe Creative Suite. Familiar with or ability to quickly learn Canva, a web-based graphic design tool and HubSpot, an inbound marketing tool. Excellent communication skills (written and verbal). Ability to work independently and meet deadlines. Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize. Quick learner and efficient. Attention to detail and proofreading. Regular Facebook user.

 

About: Grinkmeyer Leonard Financial has been providing individuals and organizations with financial guidance since 2007 and prides itself on offering clients independent, customized service solutions including full-service investment management, financial planning advice, and 401(k) services. For more information, please visit www.grinkmeyerleonard.com.

 

Contact: Jessica Dolly (BSC Alum) / Grinkmeyer Leonard Financial / Marketing Manager / 1950 Stonegate Drive / Suite 275 / Birmingham, AL 35242 Office: 205.970.9088 / Toll-Free: 866.695.5162 / Fax: 866.774.9029

jessica@grinkmeyerleonard.com / www.grinkmeyerleonard.com

 

BOOSTERTHON

Program Specialist

 

About: Booster is an elementary school fundraiser on a mission to change the world. With over 2,200 schools and 1.6 million students across America participating in our programs, we’re reinventing the way schools do fundraising. If you love the idea of impacting students, working with amazing leaders, thriving in a high-energy environment, and having fun, this job is for you. Our Values: Integrity – We do what’s right. Enthusiasm – We are positive and fun. Leadership – We develop intentional leaders. Results – We do excellent work. Community – We celebrate and care for people.

 

Description: Booster is growing at double-digit rates each year. To keep up with that tremendous growth and make sure our schools are getting the best experience possible, we need enthusiastic, positive, and driven people. As a Program Specialist, you and your team will be the face of the Boosterthon program on elementary school campuses. You’ll serve alongside your team on campus with excellence, help schools reach their fundraising goals, and positively impact students. You'll continually display enthusiasm, professionalism, intentionality, and positive energy to serve schools with remarkable client care.

 

Helping your team set up and host a Pep Rally for students each week.

Presenting values-based curriculum to students in schools daily. Setting up and hosting our premier fitness event, the Boosterthon Fun Run. Motivating students to raise funds for their school. Engaging with teachers, parents, and administrators. Learning and understanding our business models and principles. Participating in our professional, leader development program. Being a part of a team who models Fitness, Leadership, and Character to others.

 

Qualifications: Excellent Communication - You can connect professionally and enthusiastically with students, faculty, and staff through written and verbal communication. Positive Attitude - You display optimism, enthusiasm, and intentionality when interacting with clients and team. Growth Mindset - You demonstrate a continual desire to learn and grow both personally and professionally.  Good Judgment - You have a strong sense of self-awareness and emotional intelligence. Outcome-oriented - You don’t avoid deadlines and you can model that kind of work ethic on your team. You have reliable transportation. You're a licensed driver and can pass Booster’s Motor Vehicle background check policy. You pass all required background checks for this position. You're able to lift up to 45 lbs.

 

Benefits: This is an ideal part-time job in college or first job out of college for someone who wants to play an important role in a growing company and learn the ropes on a variety of skills. In this role, you’ll receive coaching and mentoring to help you succeed, and you'll have the opportunity to grow personally and professionally.  Career Development Opportunities: Upward mobility in the company. Leader Development: Learn from world-class leaders inside and outside of Booster. Bonus Opportunities: Networking and Recruiting. Fun and Engaging Culture: Team events, award ceremonies, free lunches, dinners, and more!  Travel Opportunities: Ability to travel nationally to serve schools across the nation.

 

Contact: Joe DeLozier (BSC Class of 2019) / Booster / 205-354-3566  /  jbdelozi@bsc.edu

  

MIXTROZ

Tech Start-Up Intern

 

Opportunity: Mixtroz (www.mixtroz.com) is bringing CAAS (community-as-a-service) to the masses! We've tested and the market wants MORE and we are preparing to grow our team!

 

Description: We are seeking an energetic, responsible intern to join our growing startup. In this position, you will be expected to learn the ins-and-outs of our daily routines and procedures. You will learn how a tech startup runs while adding value to our operations and marketing team.

 

Qualifications: You should be extremely organized, energetic, charismatic, and willing to wear many hats. The ideal candidate is able to learn quickly and be a self-starter. Pursuing a college degree or equivalent. Available to work 15 - 20 hours a week. Commit to the internship for a full semester. Passion for startup culture (startup experience preferred). Proficient in MS Office (including Excel) and Google Suite. Incredible attention to detail, positive attitude and strong organizational skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Interested in working for a collaborative team that is passionate about what we are building (& fun!). Social media marketing experience a plus.

 

Notes: This internship is a great opportunity to get your feet wet in the intersection of tech innovation and entrepreneurship. You’ll work on social media and general operations related tasks. If you’re interested in business, entrepreneurship, events, technology, or software - this might be for you!

 

To Apply:  Send your resume and your story to hello@mixtroz.com (250 - 300 words). This is an unpaid internship. You may be eligible for college credit (based on your university).

 

Contact: Simbi Akanni / Growth & Operations Associate / Mixtroz, LLC / E: simbi@mixtroz.com / P: (334) 625 - 0223

 

CITY OF MONTGOMERY

Director of Economic & Community Development

 

Montgomery City/Montgomery County is now accepting applications for Director of Economic and Community Development.

 

All applications must be submitted via the online center at www.montgomerypersonnel.com. 

 

The following job will close January 2, 2019.

 

Contact: Nina Eggers / Montgomery City-County Personnel Dept / 27 Madison Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104 / ninaeggers@montgomeryal.gov / phone: 334-625-2986 / fax: 334-625-2219

 

I HEART MEDIA

Digital Sales Manager

 

Opportunity: I Heart Media Stations is hiring a Digital Sales Manager.  This job opportunity is for candidates interested in the Media, Journalism, Newspaper field.

                                                                                                    

Description: Collaborates on Digital advertising sales activities in assigned market. Accountable for achieving and exceeding targeted Digital advertising sales revenues for the market and for controlling sales expenses. Working with Regional Digital Manager(s) to communicate sales processes to team and to generate Digital revenues. Assists sales team with key accounts, in recommendations and pitch. Calls on accounts as seller and carries list with goals. Manages Digital revenue with goal of meeting/exceeding Digital revenue. Oversees advertising sales activities in assigned market; is accountable for achieving/ exceeding targeted advertising sales revenues for the market and for controlling digital sales expenses. Drives results through others, manages team performance and holds team accountable against business metrics. Translates market and Digital business strategies into specific actions to generate sales and revenue. Sets sales goals in conjunction with management and guides subsequent goal-setting processes of AE’s. Directs sales activities and processes that generate new business and deepen existing relationships specifically Digital revenue. Advises SVPs on digital budgets and revenue forecasts. Constant liaison between sales, clients, and vendors. Expert on digital product features and benefits including Ad Tagging, Rich Media, Data Sharing for attribution and effectiveness, Audience Targeting, Viewability Studies, Systems (Adswizz, DoubleClick, and Adobe/Lotame). Client facing meetings with AEs and Sales Managers. Ongoing personal and team training and development specific to Digital marketing in general and iHeart’s digital platform. Work with our Digital Sales Engineers, Project Managers, Operational Support and 3rd Party ad tech partners to ensure that we are properly planning, selling, executing, optimizing and recapping all Digital Sales campaigns. Help Sales Leadership team recruit and hire digitally savvy sellers with client base and in market relationships.

 

Qualifications: Strong understanding of digital, broadcasting, marketing, promotion, and collection standards. Proven ability to grow new business and find new revenue opportunities.

 

To Apply: https://iheartmedia.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/External_iHM/job/Birmingham-AL-Beacon/Digital-Sales-Manager_Req15231

 

Contact: I Heart Media Stations / Birmingham, AL: 600 Beacon Parkway West, Suite 400, 35209 / http://www.iHeartMediaCareers.com

 

I HEART MEDIA

Director of Automotive Ad Sales

 

Opportunity: I Heart Media Stations is hiring a Director of Automotive Ad Sales for the Nashville Region.  This job opportunity is for candidates interested in the Media, Journalism, Newspaper field.

                                                                                                    

Description: Identifies and develops new business opportunities; provides coaching and direction for a team of automotive sales professionals, keeps and grows existing client relationships; maintains relationships with channel sales partners, offers solutions that help clients achieve their business goals; closes business; meets set sales target within the automotive vertical, serves as automotive subject matter expert and conducts all necessary trainings to grow the category.

                                                                                                    

Works in conjunction with a team of seasoned automotive sales professionals and assists them in the growth of their accounts and relationships. Identifies and solicits new business; builds and maintains a full pipeline of sales prospects within the automotive vertical. Services and grows relationships in existing base of clients. Identifies client/agency needs and develops persuasive proposals to meet needs and opportunities. Delivers effective sales presentations. Steers clients based on market, platform and station information. Maintains client communication and ensures client satisfaction. Monitors competition to continually find new account leads. Negotiates rates based on iHeartMedia’s budgets. Works collaboratively with internal partners to drive revenue. Conducts all category trainings and ensures the effective delivery of all necessary updates. Ensures prompt payments. Follows all station procedures for preparing orders, resolving billing issues, submitting regular reports regarding sales, pipeline lists, forecasts and competitive analysis. Creates effective marketing campaigns in cooperation with iHeartMedia resources. Generates revenue and meets/exceeds established sales targets. Candidate must drive their own vehicle with a valid driver’s license and state-mandated auto insurance.

 

Qualifications: Proficient in Microsoft Office suite, social networking platforms and digital marketing. Adept at prospecting and using effective consultative selling principles and practices. Strong client service relationship-building skills. Ability to plan and organize, set priorities and multi task in a fast-paced environment. Negotiation and closing proficiency. Persuasive communication skills: verbal, written and presentation. Independent; self-motivated; competitive; assertive. Strong problem-solving and analytical skills. Understanding of market dynamics including demographics. Stress tolerance especially with tight deadlines and financial pressures. Flexibility and creativity. Professional appearance. Strong interpersonal skills. Work Experience 5+ years in sales/sales management focused on the automotive vertical. Demonstrated ability to work across multiple levels of management/sales teams. SalesForce experience is a plus. Education: College degree preferred.

                                                                                                     

To Apply:

https://iheartmedia.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/External_iHM/job/Birmingham-AL-Beacon/Director-of-Automotive---Nashville-Region_Req15247

 

Contact: I Heart Media Stations / Birmingham, AL: 600 Beacon Parkway West, Suite 400, 35209 / http://www.iHeartMediaCareers.com

 

BIRMINGHAM BARONS/REGIONS FIELD

Event Coordinators

 

Opportunity: Birmingham Barons/Regions Field/Parkview Catering are hiring Events Servers/Coordinators for Regular Part-Time employment. $8.50/hour. It is our goal to make our guests’ experience at Regions Field as pleasant and enjoyable as possible. To achieve this, our employees need to be professional, courteous, pleasant, reliable, dependable and well groomed. Our employees should be willing to go above and beyond to help make our guests feel welcome and always have a smile on their face.

 

Description: We host events year-round for our high-end clientele in our ballroom, Club Lounge and Conference Room and are looking for new team members like you who might be available to start working with us during the busy holiday season. An Events Server will preset and run buffets and plated dinners, ensure that tables are served properly, removes dinnerware from the table in a timely manner and ensure that all work areas are well –maintained and clean before departure. Ability to operate electronic registers and accurately count and reconcile cash and credit card transactions. Ability to pick up, carry and deliver food and beverage orders for the full duration of scheduled shift. Possess working knowledge of beverage and food menus.

 

Qualifications: We are looking for enthusiastic servers to provide excellent customer service to our patrons.  The ideal candidate will possess a positive attitude and the ability work well under pressure with bussers, cooks and other staff.  Excellent customer service while maintaining the highest standards of quality and cleanliness. Strong communication and problem solving skills. High attention to detail. Ability to work in a high paced environment. Electronic and computer proficiency. Ability to maintain a neat, clean & professional appearance. Possess a valid Jefferson County Department of Health Food Handler’s Card. Previous work experience involving customer service in a fast-paced environment is greatly desired.

 

About: The Birmingham Barons are the proud Double-A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox. For ticket information, game schedule, promotions calendar or for additional information about Regions Field, visit barons.com or call (205) 988-3200.

 

To Apply: Open interviews for the position of Event Server with Parkview Catering at Regions Field, home of the Birmingham Barons, are taking place on Tuesday, December 4, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Interviews will take place on a first-come first-serve basis.

 

Applicants should report to the 1st Avenue South Executive Entrance of Regions Field located at 1401 1st Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35233. Street parking is free and available on 1st Avenue South next to Railroad Park. Upon arrival to the glass double doors, guests should buzz the gray door bell and speak into the camera.  Our receptionist will buzz you up after you ring the bell and inform her that you’re here for to interview with HR. You’ll take the elevator up to the 3rd floor and the receptionist will greet you from there.

 

Applicants should apply beforehand at: https://www.teamworkonline.com/baseball-jobs/southernleague/birmingham-barons/events-server-1944922

 

Contact:

Tyrenda Reed / treed@barons.com

John McCracken (BSC Alum) / jmccracken@barons.com

 

VIVINT SMART HOME

Paid Spring Internship

 

Information Table:

Wednesday December 5, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Norton Atrium, First Floor

 

Information Session:

Wednesday December 5, 8:00 PM

Owenton Room, Norton Second Floor

 

Description: Paid internship and employment opportunity with Vivint Smart Home. An amazing chance to work/intern for the fastest growing, most innovative tech company in the smart home industry. Build a skill set that will put you miles ahead of others competing for jobs in your field. Make more money than at any other job or internship, and get school credit at the same time. Apply to have the course tuition reimbursed.

 

As a Forbes 2018 Best Employer, we are looking for a driven individual that doesn't mind creating their own leads, closing sales, and continuously learning in a competitive, positive atmosphere where daily they'll be asked to be great. This position will require individuals to match customers’ needs with an outstanding line up of innovative, industry leading products.

 

Qualifications: We’re looking for a candidate that is a self-starter, and thrives in a competitive environment. Someone that makes a great first impression and loves helping people. They must be able to think quickly on their feet and identify solutions taught in our “Best in Class” training program to help solve customer problems. Most importantly, a positive individual that is interested in developing/improving their leadership and business skill set.

 

Benefits: High paying commissions. Course credit. Apply for course reimbursement. Build an incredible skill set. Positive work environment. Long term employment opportunity.

 

About: Vivint is currently the largest, most innovative, and best-positioned, tech company in the Smart Home Industry, which is projected to be a $100 Billion-Dollar Industry by 2020. The Blackstone Group purchased Vivint in 2012 for $2.3 Billion-dollars which has created a title wave of growth and creative energy. As far as our outside marketing/sales force, we pride ourselves on being a talent acquisition powerhouse, attracting the brightest, most driven individuals, and paying them better than anyone else in the industry.  

 

To Apply: Please send resumes to: Samir.Usman@smarthomepros.com

 

Questions/More Information:

Samir Usman (BSC Alum)

Vivint Smart Home / 2012 Magnolia Ave S Birmingham Alabama, 35205

Samir.Usman@smarthomepros.com / 404-386-1953

 

CHOICE HOME CARE

Videographer/Intern

 

Opportunity: We are seeking a qualified candidate for an internship opportunity available in January 2019. The intern would help create an orientation video to be used in the hiring process of caregivers.  The video will be approximately 30 minutes long and will include detailed information about our company, its history, handbook policies and procedures, and basic instruction on the orientation process.

 

About: Choice Home Care is a locally owned and independent company with 18 years of experience in providing outstanding in-home care to our clients.  We are a trusted source for both non-medical and medical in-home care for the elderly and disabled.  Our goal is to promote health and well-being in the comfort of the place our clients call home, whether that is a personal residence, a retirement community or a skilled nursing facility. We also provide short term services in a hospital or rehab setting.

 

Description: Assist in all aspects of the development of an orientation video including production, filming, and editing. Have access to the necessary equipment needed for the production of an orientation video.

 

Qualifications: Working knowledge of digital video cameras and equipment (basic lighting, audio recording, etc. Ability to work independently and as part of a team to achieved desired goal. Attentiveness to detail and project organizational skills. Strong communication skills, both written and oral.

 

Note: A stipend will be given at the end of the internship dependent upon the hours worked.   All interested applicants please send resume to: Susan Bertani, Director at sbertani@choice-homecare.com.

 

Contact: Susan Bertani, Director / Choice Home Care / 3928 Montclair Road, Suite 200 Birmingham, AL  35213 / 205.445.0705 / sbertani@choice-homecare.com

 

WLBT-TV

Associate News Producer

 

WLBT TV/FOX 40, Raycom Media station in Jackson, MS seeks an Associate News Producer.  This person will edit video and write news stories for inclusion in on-air newscasts. 

 

The best candidate will have strong writing skills, excellent news judgment and work well with all team members to produce engaging content.  Experience with non-linear editing systems is preferred.  Ability to handle strict deadlines and work with team members to accomplish tasks a must.  This position will also learn news line producing for future growth opportunities. 

 

Qualified applicants can apply online, attach a resume and a link to your most recent work.  Pre-employment drug screen required. No phone calls please.

 

Website Link: https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com/jobs/9418/associate-producer/job?mobile=false&width=1175&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-360&jun1offset=-300

 

EPIC INSURANCE BROKERS & CONSULTANTS

Client Service Coordinator

 

CATEGORY: Property & Casualty

LOCATION: Birmingham

 

Description:  Participate in the build out and management of our client services platform. Risk Management Reviews. Gather Required Information from various team members. Create and Edit the document with input from the production team. Create Annual Client Services Schedule for each of our accounts. Schedule the services for the policy term. New Client Set Up in Sagitta. Loss Data Analysis. Obtain Loss Information from Carriers. Analyze Workers Compensation Experience Modification Factor Calculation. Loss Forecaster. Summarize Loss Information to be used in determining account renewal strategy and pricing. Act as a Liaison between the Service Team and both internal and external vendors. Act as the point of contact for clients utilizing various online risk management tools including EPIC Client Portals, Loss Free RX, Quickbase and Think HR. Act as coordinator for special projects including external marketing initiatives and internal organization projects. May assist in the renewal process, including exposure analysis for

client and obtaining renewal exposure information. Provides support to Producers and, if applicable, Account Executives, including preparing presentations and proposals, and participating in meetings with prospective clients as part of team. Consistently establishes and maintains high levels of trust and confidence with clients by initiating introductions, through periodic

contacts, and by promptly responding and resolving client questions

and issues; Set priorities and manage workflow for self to ensure efficient, timely, and accurate processing of all responsibilities; Maintain cordial and effective relations with clients, co-workers, carriers, wholesalers, vendors, and other business contacts; Maintain up-to-date workflow logs, manuals or other required documentation and records; Work effectively to resolve problems or enhance service in a timely manner; Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to juggle multiple competing tasks and demands.

 

Qualifications: Exemplify Team Values which include Tenacity, Positive Attitude, Open Communication, Passion and Willingness to Learn. Recognize problems and respond appropriately. Able to analyze situations logically in order to draw solid conclusions. Advanced knowledge of navigating the Internet as well as various Microsoft Office programs to include Windows, Outlook, Word & Excel; Strong attention to detail and time management abilities; Strong ability to multi-task and assign priority; Ability to work effectively and efficiently both with and without direct supervision; Ability to work effectively and efficiently in a team environment as well as independently; Strong interpersonal communication skills, both written and oral. College degree preferred. Must have working knowledge of a variety of Microsoft Office computer software applications to include word processing, spreadsheets, database, and presentation software. Must have high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations. Position continually requires teamwork, demonstrated poise, tact, and diplomacy.

 

About: Headquartered in San Francisco, EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants has nationwide presence with a depth of industry expertise across all facets of risk management and insurance, including commercial property and casualty, employee benefits, unique specialty program insurance, and private client services. With run rate revenues of roughly $400 million, EPIC ranks among the top 20 retail insurance brokers in the United States and is the 10th largest privately held broker in the nation. Backed by Oak Hill Capital Partners, the company continues to expand organically and through strategic acquisitions across the country. EPIC has created a values-based, client-focused culture that attracts and retains top talent, fosters employee satisfaction and loyalty and sustains a high level of customer service excellence. EPIC team members have consistently

recognized their company as a 'Best Place to Work' in multiple regions and as a 'Best Place to Work in the Insurance Industry' nationally. EPIC now has more than 1,300 team members operating from offices across the U.S. providing solutions to more than 30,000 clients. For additional information, please visit www.epicbrokers.com.

 

Contact: Wilson Long, ARM, CRIS, ERIS / Principal / Epic Insurance Brokers & Consultants / 2901 2nd Ave. South, Ste. 200, Birmingham, AL 35233 / wilson.long@epicbrokers.com / 205.581.3335 office / 205.223.3358 cell / epicbrokers.com

 

EPIC INSURANCE BROKERS

Commercial Intern

 

Position: Commercial Risk Management & Insurance Intern

Location & Department: Birmingham

 

Description: Breakfast/lunch/dinner meetings with clients, partners and prospects accompanied by other members of the company. Internal/external business meetings with clients accompanied by other members of the company. Insurance carrier meetings. Professional seminars/industry meetings. Job shadow of all consulting services offered by the company. Research and analyze information relevant to business development. Sit in on claims and litigation calls with consultants, adjusters, legal counsel, etc. Read and discuss various reports and documents (policy coverage forms, claims details, litigation reports, etc.) Assist with the development of client presentations.

 

Qualifications: Extreme attention to detail; critical thinking and problem solving skills. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Self‐motivated with the ability to work both independently and with a team. Excellent customer service skills to manage both internal and external clients. Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Ability to be punctual, reliable and professional. Current college student; minimum of 3.0 GPA.

 

Contact: Wilson Long, ARM, CRIS, ERIS / Principal / Epic Insurance Brokers & Consultants / 2901 2nd Ave. South, Ste. 200, Birmingham, AL 35233 / wilson.long@epicbrokers.com / 205.581.3335 office / 205.223.3358 cell / epicbrokers.com

 

SHIP OGRE

Billing and Office Coordinator

 

Opportunity: Our office is ideally looking for a student in their senior year that is looking to work full time during the exploration term, part time during their final semester, and full time after graduation. The position will be hourly from January until May, with the option to negotiate salary and benefits upon graduation.

 

About: OGRE is a tech-enabled service company that provides its customers a web-based shipping platform as well as the service of OGRE’s on-demand support team. We have an opportunity for a professional looking to join a team with room for growth.

 

Description: Providing administrative support to the office of SimpleShip Holdings, LLC and its subsidiaries, Simplified Logistic Solutions, LLC and ShipOGRE, LLC. This would include, but is not limited to, sales administration and support, accounting support, and general office administration. Collect and enter freight bills from LTL and truckload carriers. Issue invoices to customers on weekly basis. Provide administrative support to the President and CFO, including a limit number of trips off site. Manage office environment standards. Assist with document management, including printing/filing/mailing. Provide customer service support. Send bi-monthly statements to past due accounts. Research and investigate freight bills that do not honor the quoted rate. Enter bill of lading data for customers. Keep inventory and order office supplies to ensure a 5-star experience for employees.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree (or on path to complete degree May 2019)

Required Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, experience with QuickBooks is a plus. The ideal candidate is a self-starter with exemplary problem-solving skills. This person thrives in a group environment, but is able to remain on task with minimal supervision and keep up in a fast-paced environment.

 

To Apply: Interested candidates should email a copy of their resume and cover letter to Maryjane@shipogre.com.

 

Mary Jane Armstrong (BSC Alumni) / Office Administrator / Ship OGRE / Ship like a BEAST! / p: 205-907-7364 / e: maryjane@shipogre.com / w: shipogre.com

 

PHYS ASSIST SCRIBES

Medical Scribe

 

Opportunity: We are excited to share that PhysAssist Scribes has joined forces with ScribeAmerica, a subsidiary of HealthChannels. The HealthChannels acquisition advances a mutual goal of providing the highest level of excellence in scribe services, as well as providing the best clinical experience for your students - our future healthcare providers!

 

About: ScribeAmerica was founded in 2004  to address the critical needs of healthcare providers. It has since steadily grown by word-of-mouth to become the nation’s largest and most frequently used professional medical scribe company. ScribeAmerica now staffs nearly 3,000 medical practice locations in 50 states, and employs 17,000 scribes across the country. Two years ago, ScribeAmerica launched HealthChannels, a suite of three distinct companies. Along with QueueLogix and CareThrough, ScribeAmerica empowers healthcare providers with the workforce, technology and tools necessary to excel in today’s rapidly changing healthcare environment.

 

The new partnership comes at a time of strategic growth for both PhysAssist Scribes and HealthChannels. Over the years, PhysAssist has maintained an ongoing relationship with HealthChannels, and we recognize that they will be a strong partner in the provision of scribe services given our like-minded values of innovation, integrity, leadership, and quality. Together, we will be able to continue our commitment to growth in this space as we combine our invaluable experience to advance the practice of medicine through scribe services .

 

Contact: Jacob (Jake) Garnett / Southeast Recruiter / PhysAssist Scribes / Direct: 334.312.6208 / Corporate: 877.488.5479 / jacob.garnett@scribeamerica.com / jacob.garnett@iamscribe.com

 

MILE END DELI

Hospitality Positions

 

Opportunity: Now Hiring ALL POSITIONS for the Mile End Deli Opening Soon in the Southside area of Birmingham, 1701 1st Ave South, Suite 135, Birmingham, AL 35233.

 

About: In 2010 we opened our first restaurant in Brooklyn, NY with the goal of sharing classic Jewish comfort food. Our mission is to continue the legacy of our grandmother’s cooking.  From here, in 2018, we headed South to open outposts in Nashville, Tennessee, and Birmingham, Alabama, in 2019.

Using our grandmothers’ time-honored recipes, we focus on fresh ingredients and from-scratch cooking techniques. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Mile End Deli offers signature smoked meats and sandwiches, homemade hotdogs with tangy kraut, poutine, fresh whitefish salad and more. Each Mile End Deli restaurant welcomes guests with genuine hospitality and a commitment to the local community.

 

Description: We want people that enjoy having a good time and creating a fun atmosphere.  Everyone at Mile End Deli is influential in creating a memorable dining experience for our guests.   We work in a team-oriented, fast paced environment with people who are passionate about quality food, beverage and service.  Our busy restaurants mean flexible schedules, and the opportunity to make great income. 

 

Positions: Servers, Bartenders, Hosts, Line Cooks, Prep Cooks, Bakers, Porters.

 

We offer: Competitive pay, Flexible scheduling – full and part time, Awesome work environment, Benefits, including paid vacation and medical, dental and vision, Dining discounts, Growth potential and career advancement

 

Qualifications: Must have upbeat, outgoing and positive attitude. Must be able to assist guests and possess great guest relations skills. Able to work in a fast-paced environment. Restaurant experience preferred, but not necessary. Knowledge of basic restaurant hospitality, with a service minded attitude. Able to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time. Continuous use of arms and hands and bending, reaching and twisting.

 

To Apply: Go to https://www.mileenddeli.com/careers/

 

Contact: Tyler Stem / Mile End deli / tyler@mileenddeli.com

  


NOVEMBER 2018

 

BIRMINGHAM OB/GYN

Medical Records Scanner

 

Opportunity: Part Time. Pay: $14.00 per hour.

 

Description: Scanning patient records into the Greenway PrimeSuite electronic medical records (EMR) software. Duties will consist of sorting paper records from faxes, mail, office forms and lab results to prepare for import via scanning into the EMR.

 

Qualifications: Must be able to work between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Thursday and/or 8:00 am – 12:00 pm on Friday. Does not need to be a full 8 hour shift. Candidate could work minimum of 2 hour shifts during those times. No minimum number of weekly hours required.

Knowledge of medical terminology strongly encouraged.

Previous medical office experience preferred, but not required.

 

To Apply: email to dcarmichael@birminghamobgyn.com

 

Contact: David G. Carmichael / Practice Administrator / Birmingham Obstetrics & Gynecology, P.C. / 800 St. Vincent’s North Tower, Suite 500, Birmingham, Alabama 35205 / dcarmichael@birminghamobgyn.com / 205-933-8334 (P) / 205-933-8466 (F)

 

TECH USA

Business/Marketing/HR Jobs

 

Opportunity: TechUSA is currently and actively looking for competitive candidates for our 12 locations nationwide. TechUSA staffs for companies in 5 specialties: IT, engineering, government, scientific, and professional services.

 

Entry-Level Professional Recruiter: Source job boards for resumes.  Phone screen (interview) candidates. Setting interviews and following / aiding through the interview process. Running reference checks. Generate leads for account executive. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business, sociology, communications, psychology, or other with applicable experience. 0-2 years of experience with business development, sales, up-selling, or marketing. Go-getter mindset, time management skills, outgoing personality. Quick adaptability skills.

 

Fast Track Account Executive: ½ business development (gaining new companies to fill jobs in), ½ recruiting for those accounts. Network to gain new accounts; generate leads. Duties of professional recruiter, but on the accounts that you gain. Raise after 60-90 days of mentor program. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business, sociology, communications, psychology, or other with applicable experience. 1-3 years of experience (internships allowed) with business development, sales, up-selling, or marketing. Go-getter mindset, time management skills, driven, sales mindset, positive attitude.

 

Benefits: Salary + uncapped commission with highest commission structure in the industry. Youthful office culture that use incentives like off early on Fridays, happy hour, and corn hole in all offices. Full benefit package, including health, vision, dental, 401K with company match, two full weeks of PTO, 6 paid holidays, 2 floating holidays. Upward mobility with all upper level management positions being promoted from within.

 

Contact:

--Atlanta & Chicago / Riley Figliozzi- Corporate Recruiter / RFigliozzi@TechUSA.net / 443-274-3487

--Atlanta & Knoxville / Michael Luckert- Corporate Recruiter / MLuckert@TechUSA.net / 443-274-3514

--Huntsville & Denver / Jenn McCarthy, 2017- Corporate Recruiter / JMcCarthy@TechUSA.net / 443-274-3490

 

YWCA

Supervised Visitation & Exchange Monitor

Domestic Violence Services

                   

Opportunity: We are seeking a Bilingual Visitation and Exchange Monitor for the YWCA Supervised Visitation and Exchange Center. Part-time position on weekends only.

 

Description: The Monitor will be responsible for supervising visits and exchanges at the Center and will report to the Coordinator of the Center.  The Monitor will supervise visits of parents with their child(ren); monitoring, intervening if necessary, working with the Center Director and other monitors as a team member; attending and participating in all required Center trainings and staff meetings; and maintaining confidentiality and neutrality. Respect the confidential nature of all information relative to clients and clients’ right to privacy. Actively participate in staff meetings and other program related meetings. Participate in the on-going development of the Transportation and Visitation Program.

 

Qualifications:  Working knowledge of the dynamics of domestic violence. Sensitivity to the needs of the families who utilize the Center. Ensure the safety of children at all times. Ability to identify and document clients’ strengths, needs, and any risk factors.  Provide families with education/coaching/modeling of appropriate parental behavior. Fluent in Spanish and English. Bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling, human or child development or related field; Or, as a substitute for the educational requirements above, the applicant may possess any combination of relevant education and experience which would demonstrate knowledge, skill and ability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities listed above. Two (2) years direct service experience in human services, domestic violence, batterer’s intervention, visitation supervision or related area. Bilingual (Spanish and English) a plus

 

To Apply: Qualified applicants send resume and cover letter to K. Powell at kpowell@ywcabham.org. No Phone Calls Please.  Compensation will be commensurate with experience.

 

Contact: Parlisia G. Jenkins / Human Resources Manager / YWCA / T:  205.322.9922 ext. 309 / F:  205.521.9652 / E:  pjenkins@ywcabham.org

 

YWCA

Child Development Teacher

 

Opportunity: The YWCA – Central Alabama is seeking a Child Development Teacher.

 

Description: This dedicated and committed professional will assist with providing high quality programming for child development programs which serve homeless and low-income children between birth and five years of age. Create and implement developmentally appropriate activities for homeless and low-income children who range from birth to 5 years old. Create a positive home-classroom connection by maintaining appropriate ongoing communication with parents of children. Keep accurate records on children as required by program:  lesson plans, assessment, NAEYC documentation, attendance, USDA, etc. Maintain classroom discipline using behavioral management techniques: positive reinforcement, praise, encouragement and redirection.   Organize classroom and maintain a safe and healthy learning environment: both indoors and out. Provide constant supervision of all children during all activities. Assist with development of instructional classroom materials. Maintain detailed work logs. Plan personal professional growth and knowledge of current developments within the field. Attend required meetings and in-service trainings. Adhere to the policies of the YWCA. Maintain confidentiality about staff, children and parents. Perform all other duties deemed necessary for the smooth operation of the program and the agency, as directed by the Senior Director of Child Care, Director of YWCA Child Care, COO of the YWCA, or CEO of the YWCA

 

Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Development is preferred for this position. Some college required. Teaching or training experience preferred. Good interpersonal and communication skills with adults and children required. A background check is also required. Bachelor’s degree required. Teaching or training experience preferred. Good interpersonal and communication skills with adults and children required. Background Check is required.

 

To Apply: Qualified applicants please send resumes to:  jbies@ywcabham.org.  Compensation:  Commensurate with experience.

 

Contact: Parlisia G. Jenkins / Human Resources Manager / YWCA / T:  205.322.9922 ext. 309 / F:  205.521.9652 / E:  pjenkins@ywcabham.org

 

BIRMINGHAM BARONS

Internships

 

Ticket Office Intern: https://www.teamworkonline.com/baseball-jobs/southernleague/birmingham-barons/intern-ticket-office-1946171

Production Intern: https://www.teamworkonline.com/baseball-jobs/southernleague/birmingham-barons/intern-production-1946170

Premium Services Intern: https://www.teamworkonline.com/baseball-jobs/southernleague/birmingham-barons/intern-premium-services-1946169

Operations Intern: https://www.teamworkonline.com/baseball-jobs/southernleague/birmingham-barons/intern-operations-1946168

Merchandise Intern: https://www.teamworkonline.com/baseball-jobs/southernleague/birmingham-barons/intern-merchandise-1946166

Marketing Intern: https://www.teamworkonline.com/baseball-jobs/southernleague/birmingham-barons/intern-marketing-1946163

Group Sales Intern: https://www.teamworkonline.com/baseball-jobs/southernleague/birmingham-barons/intern-group-sales-1946158

Grounds Intern: https://www.teamworkonline.com/baseball-jobs/southernleague/birmingham-barons/intern-grounds-1946156

Media Relations Assistant: https://www.teamworkonline.com/baseball-jobs/southernleague/birmingham-barons/media-relations-assistant-1946349

 

Contact: John McCracken (BSC Alum) / Box Office Manager / Birmingham Barons / Regions Field / 1401 First Ave South Bham Al 35233 / 205-988-3200 / jmccracken@barons.com

  

EPIC INSURANCE BROKERS & CONSULTANTS

Fulltime Position and Summer Internship

 

Opportunity: EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants is looking to fill a full time position with potentially one of your upcoming December graduates.  Additionally, we have several opportunities for paid internships throughout the school year and summer. 

 

EPIC Corporate: 1500 EES in 50 Offices Throughout Country. Top 10 Broker Privately Owned Broker in Country. Recognized as Top Places to Work in Industry. EPICNESS Video https://www.epicbrokers.com/epicness/#tabs.  

 

EPIC Birmingham: Average account size $1,000,000 Premium. 15 EES and one of the fastest growing offices within EPIC. Entrepreneur environment. Team focused on construction and energy construction throughout US.

 

Contact: Wilson Long, ARM, CRIS, ERIS / Principal / EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants / 2901 2nd Ave. South, Ste. 200, Birmingham, AL 35233 / wilson.long@epicbrokers.com / 205.581.3335 office / epicbrokers.com

 


OCTOBER 2018

 

METCALF REALTY

Office Assistant

 

Opportunity: We are seeking a dynamic Office/Personal Assistant for part-time work, up to 20 hours per week/$15.00 per hour.

 

Description: Handling Accounts Payable/Receivables. Purchasing products. Coordinating product shipping and receiving. Answering phones. Receiving mail. Ordering office supplies.

 

Qualifications: Having an understanding of QuickBooks Pro is a plus, but is not necessary. Running errands is necessary within this role - including picking up samples, making small deliveries/returns.

 

You will be working pretty independently most days, so this is a super important quality to have Task-Oriented, with the ability to initiate the follow-through for task completion. Highly Organized and Detail Oriented - The ability to organize your workflow and prioritize accordingly.

 

Contact: Ryan Rodgers / Metcalf Realty / 2710 20th Street Ensley, Birmingham, AL 35208 / Email:ryanrodgers@contractor.net / Telephone:(205) 879-2177 / Website:http://www.metcalfrealtycoinc.com

   

BSC MEN’S BASKETBALL

Social Media/Website Intern

 

Opportunity: The BSC Men’s Basketball program is hiring an Intern for Social Media and Website Design and Development.

 

Description: The Birmingham-Southern College Men’s Basketball program is looking for a motivated, resourceful, and tech-savvy student to serve as a social media intern.  The intern will work with the coaches to create, develop, and maintain content on multiple platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.  A primary objective will be to increase the Program’s brand awareness and contact with the on-campus community, prospective students/parents, alumni, current and potential fans, and supporters.

 

Qualifications: Applicants should have strong experience with multiple platforms, a demonstrated writing ability, organizational skills, the ability to work both as part of a team and independently, and creativity to spare. Junior or Senior preferred. Any major.

 

Notes: Internship is for E-Term 2019 and Spring term 2019. Can be done for credit.

 

Contact: Coach Zac Richards / BSC Basketball / zrichard@bsc.edu

 

SENATOR DOUG JONES

Staff Assistant

 

Opportunity: We currently have a staff assistant position open in Senator Jones’ Birmingham office. It is a full time position.

 

Description: Answers and screens telephone calls for the Senator and other staff members; greets and screens visitors; assists persons who have appointments with the Senator or other staff members (e.g., ensures that the Senator’s appointments are on-time and that the Scheduler is aware of a visitor’s arrival); maintains handout literature regarding the state and the Senate; signs for deliveries and forwards all deliveries to appropriate staff members; maintains the office answering machine; ensures that requests for assistance are directed to the appropriate staff member; maintains the reception room; maintains the office guest book; maintains a list of Cabinet Members with names and addresses; maintains a quick reference sheet of prominent VIP’s and a list of frequently-requested numbers; records visitors’ opinions and visitors’ names, address and other relevant information; helps log mail; and performs general typing and administrative assignments.

 

The hours are 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday. The position offers U.S. Senate benefits.

 

Contact: Brantley Fry, State Director / Senator Doug Jones / Vance Federal Building, 1800 Fifth Avenue, North, Birmingham, AL 35203 / Phone: 205-731-1500 / brantley_fry@jones.senate.gov / jones.senate.gov


BNP PARIBAS BANK

NYC Internship

 

Opportunity: BNP Paribas offers several internship opportunities that may be of interest to BSC students. The positions are located in NYC.

 

Interested students can apply at the following link: http://bit.ly/BNPP2019intern.

 

Contact: Joseph Cox (BSC Alum 02) / VP Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs / 787 Seventh Avenue, 33rd Floor, New York, NY 10019 / (212) 340-5914 Office / (347) 453-5690 Mobile / Email: joseph.cox@us.bnpparibas.com

 

SWEEPLE

Part Time Flexible

 

Opportunity: Become a SWEEPLE!  We offer students flexible work hours

and $25 an hour!   SWEEPLE is a growing company based in Chelsea, AL that offers college students flexible work hours, amazing pay, resume building and great connections!

 

About: SWEEPLE is family. We care about providing hard-working students with incredible pay that lessens their work hours and increases their free time.

 

Description: Our platform connects students with great families who require home cleaning services but want someone they can trust. Students choose the jobs they want to apply for via our app (in development).  Once they receive a job offer they work with the homeowner to decide on a day/

time that best fits their schedule.

 

Being a SWEEPLE: SWEEPLE’s are happy. Why? Because they can work 2-3hr blocks when they want. Work 3hrs cleaning a home and get $75. Schedule it for after school, on Saturday morning, whatever works for you and the homeowner. It’s that simple. Apply for as many cleaning jobs as you can handle. You can make some great

money!

 

Qualifications: Must currently be enrolled in a college or university.  Must have a GPA of 2.8 or greater.  Must have transportation.  Must be physically able to: mop and vacuum floors, kneel and bend over to clean tubs and low areas as well as reach to clean mirrors. Must be able to take instruction and do your best work! You will be rated by the homeowner and that rating will be on your public profile.

 

5 Star SWEEPLEs get the most job offers! 3.5 Star SWEEPLEs don’t get many jobs. So the quality of your work greatly affects the amount you can make. It pays to care!

 

Why Should You Apply? Better pay and less hours than most other job opportunities. Resume Building: Being a SWEEPLE looks good on your resume. It shows potential employers that you were willing to work hard during college and that you were able to maintain a great rating based on your work ethic. Working with SWEEPLE means no long shifts. Making more $ in less time means more time with your family, studying or just doing what you love. Networking Opportunities: You never know what people you’ll wind up cleaning for. Those people could be the connection you need to help build your career after college!

 

To Apply: Interested? Let us know now by visiting: http://sweeple.co/APPLY/ or sweeple.co and click the Students tab!

 

Contact: Adam Bassett, Co Founder, Sweeple / jobs@sweeple.co

 

GLENDA COCHRAN ASSOCIATES

Law Firm Project

 

Opportunity: Local law firm seeks a college junior or senior majoring in life sciences, finance, or accounting to perform research for a particular project. Must be highly computer literate and able to write well. Preference given for advanced skills with Excel. Employment is likely to terminate upon completion, but there is some possibility of working on future projects.

 

Pay: $22 hourly

 

Contact: Paula Tucker / Glenda Cochran Associates / 310 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd. North, Suite 500, Birmingham, AL 35203 / 205.328.5050 / pt@glendacochran.com

 

ALTAMONT SCHOOL

Advancement/Alumni Relations

 

Opportunity: Advancement & Alumni Relations Coordinator Full Time, Non-Exempt Position

 

Altamont is looking for a high achiever and an eager team-player. The Advancement & Alumni Relations Coordinator will develop relationships with various ages of alumni and will get them engaged in the school. As part of the Advancement Department, this person will need to have a passion for fundraising (1-2 years fundraising experience required). The Department is very much team-oriented, so helping and encouraging each other is a major component to reaching goals.

 

Description: Assists the Altamont Alumni Association including strategic planning, agendas, meetings, record keeping, recognition, education and communication, service/giving to the school, alumni involvement, and governance. Executes Reunions for Birmingham University School, Brooke Hill School, and The Altamont School. This includes an opportunity to financially give back to the school in a way that is special to the class. Encourage campus visits as part of the reunion. Serves as back-up for gift entry and acknowledgement. Provides general administrative support for the Advancement Department. Shadows the Director of Advancement and Director of Annual Giving/Special Events to learn about fundraising opportunities at Altamont. Assists with arranging meetings/visits. Maintains relationships with former faculty and includes past/current faculty in alumni functions when appropriate. Identifies and cultivates volunteers each year for the Alumni Board or for volunteer opportunities at the school, such as mentoring Miree Center students or presenting the Brooke Hill and Rushton Cups at Graduation. Increases the visibility of alumni on campus. Collaborates with the Director of Annual Giving/Special Events to cultivate donors and increase alumni participation in gifts to the school and to create meaningful avenues for their involvement with Altamont. Implements the planning and hosting of Alumni Association events like the Distinguished Alumni Program, 100 Days & Counting, and the Alumni Holiday Party. The Director of Annual Giving/Special Events helps with these events. Works with the Director of Communications and the Director of Admissions to publicize alumni news for the annual magazine, social media (FB, LinkedIn), website, bulletin board, and other outlets. Manages list of scholar-athletes for Altamont’s Walk of Honor and maintains alumni author case. Works with the Database & Systems Analyst to ensure that alumni records are up to date in Senior Systems. Researches marriages, births, news, and deaths. Prepares notes of sympathy and congratulations. Regularly read obituaries. Develops, monitors, and controls the Alumni Relations budget as part of the overall Advancement budget. Participates in the scanning, organizing, and collection of the School Archives. Cover the front office for lunch 2-3 times a week.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required.

 

To Apply: Please email Charlotte Russ, Director of Advancement at cruss@altamontschool.org.  An email describing your qualifications. Your resume. Please use subject line: “Application for Advancement & Alumni Affairs Coordinator”

 

Contact: Amy Kirkpatrick / Director of Human Resources / The Altamont School / 4801 Altamont Road South, Birmingham, AL 35222 / 205.445.1203 / akirkpatrick@altamontschool.org

 

ALTAMONT SCHOOL

Admissions/ Advancement

 

Opportunity: Admissions/Advancement Associate. Non-Exempt, Full Time Position.
 

The Altamont School seeks an Associate to work with both the Admissions and Advancement Departments. In Admissions, the Associate will assist families with the application process and provide the Director with administrative support. In Advancement, the Associate will provide database support for annual giving, capital campaigns, school communication, and special events. This person is responsible for ensuring the integrity of the Admissions and Advancement database and other systems that speak to it.

 

Description:  Track and respond to requests for more information. Respond to application procedure questions. Create applicant files (both hard copy files and in Senior System), record receipt of application materials in SS, and communicate with families about missing materials. Schedule interviews. Assist with scheduling and coordinating student shadow days. Help facilitate Open Houses and large group visits. Assist with scheduling parent tours and conducting parent tours when needed. Follow up communication with families after shadow days, open houses, and tours. Administration of the Independent School Entrance Exam. Be familiar with SEVIS (Federal Student Exchange Program). Update contact information. Oversee switchover to new fiscal year. Reconcile with the Business Office on a quarterly basis. Serve as main contact with Senior Systems for Alumni/Development and facilitate training opportunities. Produce queries, exports, and lists (LYBUNT, SYBUNT, pledge reports, prospect identification, gift updates, donor reports, NAIS benchmarking, mailing lists, email lists, etc.). Produce reports for monthly Board meetings. Daily transmittal of gifts and pledges received. 48-hour or less gift acknowledgement. Participate in the execution of Advancement Events. Cover the front office for lunch 2-3 times a week

 

Qualifications: Database experience required (such as Blackbaud, Senior Systems, Access). Proficiency with Microsoft Office, especially Excel, required. Bachelor’s degree required. Willing to ask questions. Excellent interpersonal, time management, organizational, and analytical skills. Excellent communication skills, both face-to-face and telephone/email. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Attention to detail and commitment to accuracy essential. Ability to work effectively in a team environment.  Familiarity with independent school environment helpful

 

To Apply: Please email Thomas Goldsmith, Director of Admissions at tgoldsmith@altamontschool.org. An email describing your qualifications. Your resume. Please use subject line: “Application for Admissions/Advancement Associate”

 

Contact: Amy Kirkpatrick / Director of Human Resources / The Altamont School / 4801 Altamont Road South, Birmingham, AL 35222 / 205.445.1203 / akirkpatrick@altamontschool.org

 

HIGHLANDS PUBLICATIONS

Ad Sales

 

Opportunity:  Highlands Publications, in Birmingham, is looking for 1-2 persons who could sell advertising space into our industry-leading magazines. This is a career, not a job, and the income potential is limitless.

 

Contact: Tim Garmon / Highland Publications / (205) 795-0234 / tgarmon@highlandspublications.com

 

THE CLUB

Hospitality

 

ON SITE JOB FAIR—OCTOBER 15th and 16th, 2:00-4:00 PM

Anticipated start date of October 29th

 

Opportunity: Have you ever dreamed of working at a place unlike any other? Birmingham’s historic landmark, The Club, is looking for fun, friendly, and energetic individuals to join our team!  The Club has been a Birmingham institution for nearly 70 years, with its breathtaking view of the city, unique architecture, and one-of-a kind restaurants and service.

 

The Club is under currently under a major renovation project and we anticipate large growth once we re-open.  Our goal is excellence through uncompromising service to our members in a caring and respectful manner. Our team provides high levels of service and a warm, welcoming atmosphere to our members with three full service restaurants, bar and lounge, along with a high volume of event activity.

 

The Club is a great, family-friendly work environment with the BEST VIEW IN BIRMINGHAM.

 

Description: The following are positions we are hiring for: Banquet Servers, Cocktail Servers, Bartenders (must be 21), Restaurant Servers, Servers Assistants, Banquet Cooks, Line Cooks, Dishwashers.

 

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent required.  Previous food and beverage experience preferred. Must be able to work possible nights, weekends, and occasion holidays.  The Club is a drug free workplace.  All considered candidates must pass a pre-employment drug test and background check.

 

Click here to find out more about The Club, https://www.theclubinc.org

 

Contact: Jennifer Fields / HR Manager / The Club / PO Box 2412 Birmingham AL 35201 / 205-545-9178 / jfields@theclubinc.org

 

BROWNELL TRAVEL

Assistant Travel Coordinator

 

Opportunity: The position is a role on the Brownell Leisure Sales Team in Birmingham, working directly with a Brownell Travel Advisor and team.

 

About: Brownell is a Birmingham-based company with a rich 130-year history in the travel industry, with $100+ million in annual sales. Brownell services include Leisure Travel, Incentive Travel, Group Tours and a Hosting division for independent travel planners. Brownell is committed to helping clients Discover More with enriching travel experiences. Employees have collectively developed a vision and set of values that allow the company to operate with a common focus on client success. Brownell has also developed a unique selling process called ‘Discover More’ that ensures that Brownell clients are delighted with their travel experiences.

 

Brownell has been recognized by Conde’ Nast Traveler and Travel and Leisure as one of the top travel agencies in the nation. Brownell is an affiliate of Virtuoso, Specialists in the Art of Travel, the world’s largest luxury leisure travel association and is a member of Tzell, America’s leading corporate travel management company.

 

Description: Receive tasks from Advisor, Senior Travel Coordinators and Travel Coordinators. Researching trip components. Entering reservations into ClientBase database. Creating reminders and activities. Invoicing. Entering air schedules into Sabre (airline booking system). Assembling final documents and contact sheets. Contacting vendors for questions regarding payments, etc.  Sending VIP emails. Assisting on cruise, visa and passport documents. Handling CONNECTS for upcoming trips.

 

Qualifications: Adapts well to new technology. Organized: Requires a very organized and detail oriented person with the ability to handle multiple projects and tasks simultaneously. Proactive: assess and resolve problems, initiates taking on new work. People Skills: Requires professional, courteous interaction with clients, vendors and co-workers. Organized and detail oriented. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Self-starter who anticipates what needs to be done and is resourceful. Task oriented with the ability to multi-task.

 

Contact: Hannah McDonald / Operations Administrative Coordinator / BROWNELL TRAVEL / PH: 205.414.7153 / hannahm@brownelltravel.com

 


SEPTEMBER 2018

 

JCCEO

Head Start Teacher

 

Opportunity: Based on Head Start Performance Standards and NAEYC Early Childhood Standards, this role is responsible for planning and implementing appropriate educational activities for young children.

 

Description: Maintain familiarity with and understand the Head Start Performance Standards, the current Head Start program review instrument, DHR licensing standards, USDA requirements, NAEYC Early Childhood Standards, and other relevant regulatory guidelines. Assist in planning, supervising, and implementing the daily program in accordance with the Head Start Performance Standards and JCCEO Child Development Services guidelines. Assist in maintaining classroom discipline, using age-appropriate behavioral management techniques. Supervise the classroom when the teacher is absent or out of the classroom. Share the housekeeping responsibilities for the classroom. Supervise children in the classroom, restroom, and on the playground. Assist with mealtimes and eat with the children. Assist in recruiting volunteers and children for enrollment in the Head Start program. Maintain strict confidentiality of all information and records. Attend pre/in-service training, outside workshops, staff meetings, classes, and other educational sessions in order to attain additional job-related skills and knowledge and improve daily performance.

 

Qualifications: CDA Required. Bachelor's in Early Education preferred. At least one year experience teaching, preferably in a Head Start program. Must be able to read and understand instructions. Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with other staff, parents, and others from a variety of ethnic, educational, and socio-economic backgrounds. Ability to exercise discretion and sound judgment in the performance of assigned duties. Must have a warm and friendly personality, and be sensitive to the feelings and needs of children and adults. Must be willing to attend night meetings and/or meetings outside of regular working hours when necessary.

 

To Apply: All qualified and interested parties should submit a resume, along with a cover letter describing the alignment of your experience with the requirements of the position to recruitment@jcceo.org. 

 

Contact: Nate Coleman / Human Resources Recruiter / JCCEO / 300 8th Ave. West, Birmingham, AL 35204 / nacoleman@jcceo.org / Office: 205-327-7500 Ex. 7536 Fax: 205-719-4021

 

JCCEO

Head Start Teacher Aide

 

Opportunity: Based on Head Start Performance Standards and the NAEYC Early Childhood Standards, responsible for assisting the Pre-school Teacher in planning and implementing appropriate educational activities for young children.

 

Qualifications: One year of experience as a worker in a preschool program or as a classroom volunteer in a Head Start program. High School Diploma or a GED. Preferably with a CDA credential. Must be able to read and understand instructions.

 

Description: Maintain familiarity with and understand the Head Start Performance Standards, the current Head Start Program review instrument, DHR licensing standards, USDA requirements, NAEYC Early Childhood Standards. And other regulatory guidelines. Assist in planning, supervising, and implementing the daily program in accordance with the Head Start Performance Standards and JCCEO Child Development Services Guidelines. Supervise the classroom when the teacher is absent or out of the classroom. Serve as a monitor for the center’s transportation as assigned. Share the housekeeping responsibilities for the classroom. Assist with mealtimes and eat with the children.  Schedule at least two home visits per year for each child. Assist with recruitment and registration of families. Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings. Attend workshops, training sessions, classes, and/or any other educational sessions in order to attain additional job-related skills and knowledge and improve daily performance. Treat everyone with dignity and respect. Model appropriate, professional behavior at all times.

 

To Apply: All qualified and interested parties should submit a resume, along with a cover letter describing the alignment of your experience with the requirements of the position to recruitment@jcceo.org.

 

Contact: Nate Coleman / Human Resources Recruiter / JCCEO / 300 8th Ave. West, Birmingham, AL 35204 / nacoleman@jcceo.org / Office: 205-327-7500 Ex. 7536 Fax: 205-719-4021

 

JCCEO

Early Head Start Lead Teacher

 

Opportunity: Responsible for creating a developmentally appropriate classroom environment conducive to the growth and development of young children.  Implement meaningful learning experiences that are age appropriate.

 

Qualifications: Three to five years’ experience in an infant/toddler nursery with demonstrated knowledge of early childhood development practices. A minimum of a CDA (Child Development Associate credential) required. Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development preferred. 

 

Description: Maintain thorough familiarity with all EHS program requirements through the Head Start Performance Standards, the current Head Start program review instrument, and with the NAEYC accreditation standards, especially those pertaining to an infant/toddler nursery. Supervise assigned nursery and assure the maintenance of a clean, safe and nurturing environment. Create and maintain an early childhood environment that stimulates and reinforces appropriate and optimal infant/toddler growth and development. Maintain equipment, furniture, and materials. Plan, schedule, implement, and document appropriate learning experiences that promote social, cognitive, physical, and emotional development of young children. Maintain strict confidentiality of all information and records. Respect and demonstrate an understanding of the culture of the children in the nursery. Document all pertinent information concerning the children and adult participants. Prepare and submit all reports, records, lesson plans, assessments, etc. within the prescribed time frame. Submit appropriate in-house referrals. Assure all USDA and DHR regulations are followed. Schedule at least two home visits per year for each child. Assist with recruitment and registration of families.   Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings. Attend workshops, training sessions, classes, and/or any other educational sessions.

 

To Apply: All qualified and interested parties should submit a resume, along with a cover letter describing the alignment of your experience with the requirements of the position. All applications are received by the Human Resources Department. Please do not call.

 

Contact: Nate Coleman / Human Resources Recruiter / JCCEO / 300 8th Ave. West, Birmingham, AL 35204 / nacoleman@jcceo.org / Office: 205-327-7500 Ex. 7536 Fax: 205-719-4021

 

PEACE CORPS

Recruitment & Information Party

 

Tuesday, October 23, 2018, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the University of Alabama in Birmingham Hill Student Center, 1400 University Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35294. Guests are encouraged to park in Public Parking Lot 5A.

 

You are cordially invited to a fun event.  Please come to a most enjoyable party, reception and recruitment function—all in one evening. Light food will be served. 

 

Discover exciting service opportunities in countries like Samoa, Paraguay, Ghana and Thailand. You will have opportunities to meet and talk with: Returned Peace Corps Volunteers, Peace Corps Volunteers about to depart on their overseas assignments, People “Nominated” for Peace Corps service, Prospective Peace Corps Volunteers, Peace Corps Recruiters. Recruiters will be available to discuss the Peace Corps and answer questions.

 

Contact: Dan Frederick, Publicity Coordinator, Greater Birmingham Peace Corps Volunteers / Greater Birmingham Returned Peace Corps Volunteers, P.O. Box 55662, Birmingham, AL 35255 / dfred4@bellsouth.net / 205-631-4680

 

FDIC

Financial Institution Intern

 

Opportunity: FDIC is notifying you of our current job postings.  The Financial Institution Intern and the Financial Management Scholar Program postings are internships and the Financial Institution Specialist position is for graduating students.

 

Financial Institution Intern (Pathways Internship), CG-0599-04

Opens: 09/10/2018  /  Closes: 12/05/2018

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/510367100

 

Financial Management Scholar Program – Pathways Internship Student Trainee, CG-0599-04

Opens: 09/04/2018  /  Closes: 11/30/2018

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/509837500

 

Financial Institution Specialist, CG-0570A-07

Opens: 08/29/2018  /  Closes: 11/20/2018

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/509400400

 

Contact: Paul James Jr. / Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) / Financial Institution Examiner / Atlanta Region/ Montgomery Field Office / Office: (334) 277-5560 x4717 / Ph: (334) 301-1676 / Email: pajames@fdic.gov

  

PHYS ASSIST

Medical Scribe

 

Opportunity:  PhysAssist is actively hiring for medical scribe positions in the Birmingham area. We target any pre-health/pre-med students but also welcome anyone who is interested in getting medical experience.

 

Contact: Jacob Garnett / PhysAssist / Email: Jacob.Garnett@iamscribe.com / Phone: 865-500-1365

 

SOCIAL HEALTH ONLINE

Sales Director PT/FT

 

Description: Social Health is seeking a new team member to build and lead its Sales division. The Sales Director will be responsible for crafting, managing, and deploying the company's strategy for rapidly building the size of its Member, Affiliate, and User base. As the Sales Director, you will hold an executive position and work alongside the CEO and COO to develop and grow the business and brand. Industry: Wellness / Technology. Company Type: Startup.

 

Qualifications: Two plus years of Entry-Mid-Level Sales Experience Required

 

To Apply: Send resumes and questions to sales@socialhealthonline.com. For more information about this position, visit our website: www.socialhealthonline.com/careers.

 

Contact: Alex Ulbricht / Social Health Online / aulbricht@socialhealthonline.com

   

BRIDGE BUILDERS ALABAMA

Volunteers

 

About: Bridge Builders Alabama is a two-year leadership, diversity and service-based training program for high school juniors and seniors.  The mission of the program is to develop these students into a group of future leaders who will lay aside individual, cultural, social and economic differences and work for the good of all.  After completing a week-long conference each year in the program they will contribute hundreds of hours of community service throughout the River Region. Over the past ten years, this program has graduated nearly one thousand students and impacted the lives of individuals and charities immeasurably.

 

Opportunity: We host two week-long conferences during the summer, one for our juniors and one for our seniors, and we rely solely on the generous help of college-aged volunteers to staff those conferences.

 

Contact: Sara Perry / Program Director / Bridge Builders Alabama / 334-625-0456 / sara.bridgebuilders@gmail.com

 

AEGIS FOUNDRY

QA Intern

 

Opportunity: Aegis Foundry is currently looking for ambitious, organized and process-oriented QA Interns to help test the latest release of our Point-Of-Sale software.  Primary responsibilities include testing new Point-Of-Sale versions for quality, maintaining comprehensive end-user-friendly documentation, and coordinating with technical support and development on how to get the most out of the system for existing and prospective clients.  This role will work within a QA team and has the opportunity to test other software, websites and implementations that Aegis Foundry is working on.  We would love to help interested students secure course credit for this internship. This position would be a great fit for students in the Creative and Applied Computing department.

 

Description: Testing new Point of Sale software versions. Follow Test Cases and Test Scenarios to find any and all issues (technical, interface, experience or otherwise). Document and communicate any and all issues discovered. Optimize, track and analyze known issue trends. Add to Test Cases and Test Scenarios when possible. Liase with relevant internal groups to gather requirements. Reproduce issues discovered elsewhere and document variations. Present written and verbal reporting upon request.

 

Qualifications: No specific prior experience required, but restaurant or technical experience is a plus. Ability to closely follow directions and written instructions. Preferrably possess 2+ years of relevant (technical, database, information systems) coursework, but we will consider all majors. Love a challenge, and is resilient and energetic. Excellant written and oral communication skills. Ability to work as part of a team and collaborate with others.

 

About: Aegis Foundry is an innovative technology provider for small-to-medium sized businesses.  We build solutions that take on the “heavy lifting” of running a company day-to-day, allowing our clients and their employees to focus on the success and core responsibilities of their organization. Our services include our SmartPOS point of sale solution, CORETECH outsourced IT solutions and SIDEKICK restaurant internet marketing.  We are headquartered in Birmingham, AL and have around 150 clients (such as Encompass Health, Oggi’s Pizza & Brewing Co. and many others) across North America and Europe.

 

Contact: Amy Johnson / HR / AEGIS Foundry / careers@aegisfoundry.com

 

BIRMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY

Various Positions

 

The Birmingham Public Library has various job openings:

http://www.bplonline.org/about/admin/employment/

 

Contact: Bessie Miller / Librarian II/Department Head Learning Center / Birmingham Public Library / City of Birmingham / 205-226-3655  / 2100 Park Place Birmingham, AL 35203 / bmiller@bham.lib.al.us

 


AUGUST 2018

 

FDIC

Financial Institution Specialist (Trainee)

 

Opportunity: As one of the nation’s premier financial regulatory agencies, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) offers unlimited opportunities for career advancement.  Our mission is to maintain stability and public confidence in the U.S. financial system by insuring deposits, examining and supervising financial institutions, and managing receiverships.  FDIC employees combine in-depth expertise on finance and banking operations with a commitment to public service.  The FDIC is recognized as an employer of choice because of the importance of its mission and its outstanding pay and benefits, employee training and development opportunities, commitment to diversity, and work-life balance.

 

Notes: Corporate Employee Program. Position Title: Financial Institution Specialist (Trainee). Locations: Approximately 150 positions to be filled annually at multiple locations. Duration:  Three to four-year training program leading to professional certification. Compensation: Starting salaries range from $53,290 to $72,755 per annum, depending on location, with regular salary increases and an excellent vacation and benefits package.

 

Description: This is an entry-level trainee position with the FDIC, 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 Financial Institution 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 the institutions 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.

 

Qualifications: U. S. 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 (including mathematics and statistics) within 2 years* of the date of application or by June 30, 2019; 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 of at least 24 semester hours (or equivalent) of undergraduate and/or graduate coursework in economics, accounting, finance, business administration, mathematics, statistics, or marketing, including at least 6 semester hours (or equivalent) of accounting coursework, at an accredited college or university. Successful completion of an automated writing assessment, which is provided to applicants after the application period closes.

 

To Apply: Apply online at the following website by

August 24, 2018: https://www.fdic.gov/about/jobs/Futureworkforce.html. The best qualified applicants will be invited to Washington, DC, for interviews at FDIC expense during the week of October 17-19, 2018.

 

Contact: Paul James / FDIC / pajames@FDIC.gov

CEP Hotline: (703) 562-2207 or CEPHRB@FDIC.GOV

   

RED MOUNTAIN PARK

Welcome Station Liaison

 

Opportunity: $8.50/ Hour. Red Mountain Park Welcome Station Liaisons interact with Park guests and ensure they have a great experience when they visit Red Mountain Park, call to learn more about the Park, and book an Adventure at the Park. As the first point of contact for Park guests, Liaisons provide excellent customer service and a great first impression. Liaisons are well-versed in the Park’s programs and offerings, and they maintain knowledge of the most current Red Mountain Park information in order to provide accurate and helpful information. Liaisons understand how to identify and assess guest needs and enthusiastically and appropriately address those needs.

 

Description: Answer incoming calls and assist with reservations, special requests, and questions. Greet and engage Park guests and assist them with directions and general Park questions. Sell, process, enter, and confirm Adventure reservations and explain services and policies. Maintain knowledge of current Park events, activities, and general information. Share opportunities to purchase Red Mountain Park merchandise with all guests. Provide information about RMP Membership program to guests. Handle complaints appropriately with a focus on guest satisfaction. Report complaints appropriately. Maintain accurate phone call, email, and entrance logs and keep records as instructed. Provide accurate accounting of payments for Adventures and Park retail merchandise. When necessary, coordinate guest needs with Rangers or Adventure Operations Manager.

 

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent. Previous customer service experience required. Excellent written and oral communication skills and strong interpersonal skills required. Must be fluent in verbal and written English. Excellent computer and phone skills required. Excel and Word proficiency desired. Excellent problem solving and comprehension skills required with a focus on listening and hearing Park guests; ability to multi-task well. Applicants should also be very comfortable working in an outdoor setting in all types of weather.

 

To Apply: Send fax or e-mail. Subject Line: Welcome Station Liaison. Attention: Claire Heard.

 

Contact: Claire Heard | Director of Programs | Red Mountain Park | 281 Lyon Lane, Birmingham, Alabama 35211 | FAX (205) 403-5962 | cheard@redmountainpark.org

    

INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL

Executive Intern

 

Description: The Executive Intern provides support to the Office of the CEO, including assistance with special projects, support for special events, maintenance of important documents/notes, and any ongoing research needed. Assist with development and coordination of the ICC Annual Conference. Assist in drafting and editing communication reports on Board events and CEO activities. Event planning and meeting details for the Board of Directors (agenda, dinners, etc.). Maintain documents and materials posted on the Board site. Initial research for special projects and event planning (attend brain storming and development meetings). Coordinate, develop and implement member surveys and feedback. Development and editing of presentations and videos for executive team. Administrative tasks set up calls, update Chapter Meeting Request calendar, similar tasks. Oversee the Board Shadow program for Annual Conference in October.

 

Qualifications: Candidate in Junior or Senior year of study with GPA of 3.0 or higher. Major concentration in Business Management, Hospitality, Political Science, or related field. Interest in nonprofit business management or project management preferred. Strong communications skills, both written and verbal, required. Detail-oriented and the ability to multi-task required.

 

To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to mdominescy@iccsafe.org by Friday, August 31, 2018.

 

Contact: Madi Dominescy / Executive Project Manager / International Code Council / Eastern Regional Office / 900 Montclair Road, Birmingham, AL 35213 / mdominescy@iccsafe.org / 1-888-422-7233 x 5228

   

TRIUMPH SERVICES

Marketing/Public Relations Intern

 

Opportunity: Triumph Services offers a holistic model to assist adults with developmental disabilities in Birmingham live and work independently. This internship is the ability to assist the Founder and Director of External Affairs of Triumph Services with Marketing needs for the organization. If given the opportunity, the intern can pursue his/her area of interest within the marketing department. There are opportunities in the following areas with this internship: - Marketing - Public Relations - Grant Writing - Donor Appreciation - Event Planning - Social Media Management - Fundraising - Communications & Development - Graphic Design This internship is unpaid; however, Triumph will offer the unique experience of shadowing and working alongside an experienced non-profit leader.

 

Key Rewards: Daily success stories from the Participants Triumph serves. Motivated and passionate team of employees and leaders. Strong leader to provide direction, learning opportunities, supervision, and support. Freedom to implement improvements and offer ideas. Professional Development monthly training opportunities. Caring work environment. Free meals on occasion. Flexible scheduling. Ability to provide academic credit.

 

To Apply: Email Jena Ward at careers@triumphservices.org

 

Contact: Jena Ward / Office Administrator / Triumph Services / 2151 Highland Avenue South Suite 120 Birmingham, AL 35205 / 205-581-1000 / careers@triumphservices.org / www.triumphservices.org

  

CADENCE BANK

PT Receptionist

 

Description: Answer two line phone and direct calls using Active Directory

Greet visitors and Cadence Associates/Executives on the Executive floor

Sign for deliveries and prepare packages for pickup. Hours:12pm-4pm. Pay: $10.20hr.  Location: 2100 3rd Avenue North, Suite 1100, Birmingham, AL 35203. Duration: Now thru December.

 

Qualifications: Previous experience answering and directing phone calls preferred. Customer Service experience a must. Strong Communication skills. Ability to multi-task.

 

Contact: Nicole Lee / Vice President, Recruiting Manager / Cadence Bank / 2100 3rd Avenue North, Suite 1100, Birmingham, AL 35203 / T. 205-820-9585 / F. 205-820-9875 / nicole.lee@cadencebank.com

 

BSC INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT

Student Engagement Intern

 

Project Focus: Forward Ever Day Student Engagement – Social Influencing and On-Campus Promotion. Internship Title: Day of Giving Student Engagement Intern. Compensation: Class credit, if needed. Networking opportunities with crowdfunding vendors, alumni, and donors.

 

Designed Start and End Dates: This year’s Forward Ever Day will take place on April 4, 2019. We seek one intern for fall 2018, and at least two interns for spring 2019. Ideally the fall 2018 intern will also be able to continue the internship during the spring semester. Spring 2019 interns must be available to work during the week of April 1 and must be available all day on April 4, 2019.

 

Desired hours:  Fall 2018: 5-10 hours per week; can increase if requested or needed for class credit. Spring 2019: 10 hours per week; hours will increase in the weeks leading up to Forward Ever Day.  During the week of April 1, we will need interns for several hours every afternoon and all day on April 4, including time outside of regular business hours.

 

Description: The Day of Giving Student Engagement Intern will provide focused support to the Office of Institutional Advancement for BSC’s 2019 Forward Ever Day, a 24-hour fundraising initiative. The role is project focused, with positions beginning fall term 2018 and completing in early April 2019. Strong communication and digital engagement skills, creative thinking, and the ability to work independently in a professional setting are necessary for success in this position.

 

Responsibilities: Assist key staff members in the Office of Institutional Advancement with project planning, content creation, and execution. Actively contribute and take a leadership role in specific Forward Ever Day projects, with a focus on finding creative ways to engage on-campus partners. Serve as a campus ambassador to peer groups and key partners. Contribute ideas and help create a plan to cultivate social/digital Forward Ever Day influencers/ambassadors. Manage key day-of Forward Ever Day activities, including communications to on-campus partners, execution on on-campus activities, and communications to external constituents. Communicate in a professional manner at all levels throughout the College.

 

Qualifications: Desire to work in an office setting, willingness to learn new things, and excitement about making a difference on campus. Experience with Microsoft Office and comfort with learning web-based software technologies. Digitally-savvy with experience in social media, community management and/or marketing. Understanding of social media trends and platforms. Attention to detail and strong organizational skills is a must, strong writing and editing skills are beneficial. Strong creative, problem-solving and time-management skills are essential. Ability to work with a team, in addition to being self-directed for periods of time. Outgoing personality and comfort interacting with BSC staff members, faculty and fellow students.

 

Additional Qualifications, but not required: Basic experience using Adobe CC Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign. Experience with mass email services (example – Mailchimp, Emma) is a plus. Experience in a non-profit setting. Experience with crowdfunding.

 

In this internship interns will: Learn how to create and execute a plan. Learn how to create, organize, and implement a digital fundraising campaign. Gain experience in social media engagement, content creation, and mass email communication. Gain experience interacting with constituents, vendors, and valued stakeholders. Develop skills to plan and execute successful and engaging events. Gain experience working in a professional office setting.

 

This internship will be beneficial for students interested in the following fields: Business, Public Relations, Applied Computing, New/Digital Media, Marketing, Customer Relations, Non-Profit Management, Fundraising, Project Management, Communications, Graphic Design

 

To Apply: Interested students should submit a resume to Sarah-Kate Roberts, Director of Annual Giving, by September 17, 2018.  Interviews will be conducted the following week for shortlisted candidates.

 

Contact: Sarah-Kate Roberts / Director of Annual Giving / Birmingham-Southern College / skrobert@bsc.edu / 205.226.4979

 

BIRMINGHAM CHILDRENS THEATRE

Social Media/Marketing Intern

 

Description: The Social Media & Marketing Intern is responsible for assisting the Managing Director in implementing BCT’s overall communications and marketing plan -- focusing specifically on digital communications -- to build awareness about BCT and our events within the community, and to increase attendance and ticket sales. Work with Managing Director to refine social media strategy and best practices. Assist in managing social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube) and editorial calendar to ensure content is timely, relevant, and engaging. Draft Social Media posts. Prepare weekly updates and reports to track growth and success rates of campaigns. Keep up to date and informed on new social media trends and adapt accordingly. Ensure proper messaging is being executed online. Find Marketing events and opportunities for BCT to get involved in. Work with Group Sales and Development Coordinator to engage our influencers. Assist with website copywriting, proofing, and updating as needed. Take pictures for and videos for Social Media content. Create videos for Social Media content.

 

Qualifications:  Ability to take initiative, employ good judgment, and manage projects from beginning to end. Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills. Exceptional ability to manage details. Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment. Ability to meet deadlines and to anticipate next steps or needs. Work effectively both independently and as part of a team. Be available for at least 10 hours a week and have a computer. A student in the marketing, communication, PR or a related field or equivalent work Experience. Understands and can utilize emerging platforms, digital media, and web/social media management and measurement tools. Adobe Creative Suite experience a plus. Video editing experience is a plus.

 

Benefits: Résumé building experience in marketing and communications, relationship management, and other aspects of community relations, marketing, and non-profit + theatre industry. Class credit (if applicable).

 

Notes: Include references in application. References should speak to the applicant’s sense of camaraderie, integrity, professionalism, responsibility, and flexibility.

 

Contact: Lauren Sanderlin / Group Sales and Development Coordinator / Birmingham Children’s Theatre / 205-458-8899 / lauren@bct123.org

 

BIRMINGHAM CHILDRENS THEATRE

Graphic Design Intern

 

Description: The Graphic Design Intern is responsible for providing support for the marketing department through a variety of channels, print, digital, web, video and other as assigned. The Graphic Design intern will report to the Managing Director and will assist with the development and design of core graphics, logos, collateral event materials and a variety of other creative tasks as assigned. The Graphic Design Intern will also be assigned various website updates utilizing Squarespace. Prepare images to coincide with social media and blog posts. Assist with website and blog updates via Squarespace. Creation of various logos for events and shows. Creation of graphics for each of our season’s 8 shows via the Adobe Creative Suite.

 

Qualifications: Ability to take initiative, employ good judgment, and manage projects from beginning to end. Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills. Exceptional ability to manage details. Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment. Ability to meet deadlines and to anticipate next steps or needs. Work effectively both independently and as part of a team. Be available for at least 10 hours a week. A student in the graphic design field or equivalent work experience. Proficient in the Adobe Creative Suite. Video editing experience is a plus.

 

Benefits: Résumé building experience in graphic design, relationship management, and other aspects of community relations, design, and non-profit + theatre industry. Class credit (if applicable).

 

Notes: Include references in application. References should speak to the applicant’s sense of camaraderie, integrity, professionalism, responsibility, and flexibility.

 

Contact: Lauren Sanderlin / Group Sales and Development Coordinator / Birmingham Children’s Theatre / 205-458-8899 / lauren@bct123.org

 


JULY 2018

 

HENINGER GARRISON DAVIS LAW FIRM

IT Technician

 

Opportunity: HGD is looking for a qualified IT Technician that will install and maintain computer systems and networks aiming for the highest functionality. You will also “train” users of the systems to make appropriate and safe usage of the IT infrastructure.

 

Qualifications: A successful IT Technician must have a thorough knowledge of computer software and hardware and a variety of internet applications, networks and operating systems. The ideal candidate will also have great troubleshooting abilities and attention to detail. The goal is to build and maintain updated and efficient computer systems and networks to optimize the role of technology on business sustainability.

 

Description: Set up workstations with computers and necessary peripheral devices (routers, printers etc.) Check computer hardware (HDD, mouses, keyboards etc.) to ensure functionality.  Install and configure appropriate software and functions according to specifications. Develop and maintain local networks in ways that optimize performance. Ensure security and privacy of networks and computer systems. Provide orientation and guidance to users on how to operate new software and computer equipment. Organize and schedule upgrades and maintenance without deterring others from completing their work. Perform troubleshooting to diagnose and resolve problems (repair or replace parts, debugging etc.). Maintain records/logs of repairs and fixes and maintenance schedule. Identify computer or network equipment shortages and place orders.

 

Requirements: Proven experience as IT Technician or relevant position. Excellent diagnostic and problem solving skills. Excellent communication ability. Outstanding organizational and time-management skills. In depth understanding of diverse computer systems and networks. Good knowledge of internet security and data privacy principles. Degree in Computer Science, engineering or relevant field. Certification as IT Technician will be an advantage (e.g. CompTIA A+, Microsoft Certified IT Professional)

 

Notes: Competitive salary commensurate with experience and outstanding medical benefits for full-time employees.

 

To Apply: For consideration, please email resume with employment, salary history and listed referrals to Tzena Gauldin:  tgauldin@hgdlawfirm.com

 

Contact: Tzena Gauldin / Firm Administrator / HGD Law Firm / 2224 1st Avenue N, Birmingham AL 35203 / 205.326.3336 / tgauldin@hgdlawfirm.com / www.hgdlawfirm.com

 

HENINGER GARRISON DAVIS LAW FIRM

PT Paralegal Asst

 

Opportunity: Great opportunity for part-time or full-time paralegal/legal assistant to take on immediate position with an established Birmingham law firm reporting to a senior paralegal.

 

Qualifications: Candidate must be computer proficient. Strong communication and customer service sills, attention to detail, and good organizational skills also essential. Must be willing to take direction regarding responsibilities, receive constructive feedback, be punctual, maintain required attendance and be honest.

 

Description: Responsibilities include medical record requests and follow-up, good faith letters, Rule 45 request letters and follow-up, and other administrative tasks necessary.

 

Notes: Competitive salary commensurate with experience and outstanding medical benefits for full-time employees.

 

To Apply: For consideration, please email resume with employment, salary history and listed referrals to Tzena Gauldin:  tgauldin@hgdlawfirm.com.

 

Contact: Tzena Gauldin / Firm Administrator / HGD Law Firm / 2224 1st Avenue N, Birmingham AL 35203 / 205.326.3336 / tgauldin@hgdlawfirm.com / www.hgdlawfirm.com

 

SBA COMMUNICATIONS

Intern / Site Development Services

 

Opportunity:  SBA Communications Corporation, Located in Pelham, AL, is seeking an Intern in Site Development Services. This is a Full Time Paid Internship (~$12.00 per hour).

 

Description: To assist with various activities related property research, carrier entitlement and jurisdictional permit and zoning restrictions. Assist with miscellaneous administrative duties within the department. Research property ownership and zoning information. Determine Building Permit requirements.

 

Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required.  College degree seeking student with major in Urban Development strongly preferred. Must be proficient in Excel. Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos. Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, proportions, percentages, area and volume. Ability to carry out instruction furnished in written, oral or diagram form.

 

Company Website:  www.sbasite.com

SBA Careers Website:  https://careers.sbasite.com/en-US/

Application Link :  https://recruiting.ultipro.com/SBA1000SBA/JobBoard/baa71439-413a-4b8f-88fb-2d9570473cef/Opportunity/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=66183bc9-339d-4416-a24e-170feccb10ef

 

Contact:  Casie Conley, CIR / Corporate Recruiter / SBA Communications Corporation / 8051 Congress Avenue, Boca Raton, FL 33487-1307 / cconley@sbasite.com

 

Or Jay Elmore (BSC Alum) / Site Development Director AL/AR/GA/LA/MS / SBA Communications Corporation / 3300 Highway 11, Pelham, AL 35124 / 205.406.7210 x2322 / jelmore@sbasite.com

 

SOUTHERN LIVING MAGAZINE

Fact Check Editor

 

Opportunity: We are looking for a recent graduate to help with editing and fact-checking on the Southern Living copydesk. We are currently planning for this to be a full-time, paid fellowship position. It will be an excellent opportunity to get more experience in publishing.

 

 

Qualifications: The ideal candidate is a detail-oriented English, communications, or journalism graduate with a keen eye for editing and amazing work ethic.

 

To Apply: Contact Carole Cain in our human resources department: Carole.Cain@timeinc.com

 

Contact: Libby Monteith Minor / Copy Chief / Southern Living Magazine / 205-445-8566 / libby.minor@meredith.com

  

MERRILL LYNCH PIERCE FENNER & SMITH

Financial Advisor

 

Opportunity:  Merrill Lynch in Birmingham seeks BSC grads for Financial Advisor positions. Merrill Lynch Wealth Management is a leading provider of comprehensive wealth management and investment products and services for individuals, companies, and institutions. Merrill Lynch wealth management is one of the largest businesses of its kind in the world specializing in goals-based wealth management, including planning for retirement, education, legacy, and other life goals through investment advice and guidance. Merrill Lynch’s financial advisors help clients pursue the life they envision through a one-on-one relationship with an advisor committed to their needs.  We believe trust comes from transparency.  Our trusted financial advisors are equipped with access to the investment insights of Merrill Lynch coupled with the banking convenience of Bank of America. Merrill Lynch Wealth Management is part of Bank of America Corporation.

 

Description: The Team Financial Advisor (TFA) role is a specific functional role aligned to a Financial Advisor (FA) team for the purpose of concentrating on a targeted aspect of the Team’s business. The primary focus of the TFA Planner role is to deliver a full range of goals-based planning & financial solutions to their FA Team’s clients.  The TFA Planner will own and manage the planning components of the team’s client service model.

 

Key Responsibilities: Understand all aspects of an optimal practice and complete the training and development needed to prepare for a successful career as a Financial Advisor. Build and maintain a clear process for adding to and updating client profile information in Salesforce after regular client reviews. Consistently make adjustments to analytics, portfolio, balance sheet, net worth statement and recommendations based on new or relevant information. Deliver a full range of goals-based financial planning / wealth strategies including assessment of client needs. Maintain a robust knowledge of the firm’s latest planning tools, techniques and strategies. Maintain a full understanding of ML online capabilities. Possess a working knowledge of financial planning wealth management tools. Possess niche-related knowledge and remain current on industry rules and relevant regulations including future standards that may be mandated. Use relevant knowledge and content to educate other Financial Advisors on strategies. Manage the team’s client profiling process by leveraging all Firm resources. Deliver holistic goals-based financial solutions to clients. Prepare and present detailed customized client reports including metrics on progress to goals, especially during client reviews. Fulfill continuing education requirements to maintain designation(s). Establish and maintain relationships with the management team and inform them of circumstances that require supervisory attention/review/approval per compliance guidelines and policies. Complete required training, obtain industry licenses (Series 7 & 66), master assessments, maintain continuing education requirements and meets minimum performance standards. Source prospective clients and capitalize on referrals. Deliver customized solutions and through collaboration deliver the full resources of Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

 

Qualifications: Strong analytical skills. Proven ability to identify clients optimal risk profiles, goals, objectives and appropriate asset allocation. Proven ability to assess needs of clients and recommend appropriate solutions/interventions. Proven ability to work collaboratively on a team and with key partners. Proven ability to listen and probe for clarity and understanding. Ability to source clients through prospecting and networking. Ability to work in an environment where the majority of your compensation is tied to your performance. Goal and results oriented. Highly effective communication skills (written and verbal). Proven ability to engage with and influence others. Solid follow-through skills. Strong computer/technical literacy and proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel

 

Ideal candidate will have: At minimum a Bachelors Degree. Credentialed with planning designations (s) – CFP or CHFC – The TFA curriculum assists candidates prepare for and earn the CFP designation. Experience working with clients on planning-related needs. Proficiency in using SalesForce / Client Relationship Manager Tool. Strong understanding of the Financial Advisor role.

 

http://careers.bankofamerica.com/job-detail/18039589/global/us/merrill-lynch-financial-advisor-planning-development-program

 

Contact: Victoria N. Ports / Client Associate / Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith / 100 Grandview Place, Suite 200, Birmingham, AL 35243 / 205.298.7486 / victoria.ports@ml.com

 

LOGISTICS MADE SIMPLE

Inside Sales Representative

 

Description: The Full Time Truck Load Broker position is a traditional freight brokerage role where in-depth knowledge of the freight business, including all freight modes (Truckload (TL), Less than Truckload (LTL), Rail, Intermodal, etc.), is critical. Broker will exercise independent judgment and discretion including the full brokerage cycle: negotiation of freight coverage, customer and carrier relationship management, price negotiation, and analysis of market trends. In this role, an individual will be responsible for ensuring all aspects of the Company's freight processes are operating at maximum potential, that full truckload shipments are being covered for customers, and that LTL shipments are effectively managed.

 

Responsibilities: Managing and developing customer and carrier relationships. Service and product planning, implementation, and delivery. Price negotiation. Troubleshooting. Dispatch capacities.

 

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in business or related field preferred. Minimum of one-year relevant work experience in sales, logistics, and brokerage will be considered in lieu of Bachelor's degree. Prior work experience not required with bachelor's degree.

 

Contact: McClain Hamrick / Recruiter/Marketing Executive / Logistics Made Simple, Inc / 2115 Chapman Rd, Suite 107, Chattanooga, TN 37421 / 423-893-5115 / mhamrick@logisticsms.net

 

US DEPT OF ENERGY

Internship

 

Opportunity: The Office of Science / US Department of Energy is pleased to announce paid research internship opportunities for undergraduate students majoring in areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) for the Spring of 2019. The application system for the 2019 Spring Term Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program is currently open, with all applications due by 05:00 PM Eastern Time on October 09, 2018.

 

Description: The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program places students from 2 and 4 year undergraduate institutions as paid interns in science and engineering research activities at DOE national laboratories and facilities, working with laboratory staff scientists and engineers on projects related to ongoing research programs. Appointments are for 16 weeks during the Spring term, are open to US Citizens and US Lawful Permanent Residents, include a weekly stipend, reimbursement for one round trip domestic travel to the participant’s host DOE laboratory, and possibilities for a housing allowance. More than 850 internships are sponsored annually.

 

To Apply: Application is made online. Full program information and descriptions, including links to the online application system, are available at: http://science.energy.gov/wdts/suli/

 

MILO'S

Quality Technician I

 

Description: Ensure all products are produced according to Milo’s strict quality standards and meet all specifications. Perform routine quality checks to support all departments. Sample and verify daily production in the absence of the Quality Assurance Manager or in support of varying hours of scheduled production.

 

Responsibilities: Coordinate Quality Assurance activities with plant operations. Obtain samples for bacteria plating and daily quality checks as needed. Follow the “Daily Lab Checklist” and assist in the collection of data for verification. Monitor compliance with and administer GMP or SQF requirements.  Ensure proper administration of all Critical Control Points.

Assist with the receipt of raw ingredients and sample, test and/or review per Milo’s QA Policy. Monitor FIFO and communicate concerns to the QA Manager. Assist with determining extra assignments for housekeeping and sanitation of the facility. Perform testing and document weights, volumes, colors, brix, codes, packaging integrity, and other routine testing as required by the Daily Lab Checklist and/or the QA Manual. Perform environmental testing of air, water, and bacteria according to schedules. Demonstrate proficiency in plating product samples for TC, TPC and Y & M. Follow QA and SQF guidelines and other regulatory requirements, and assist with the administration of the same throughout the facility. Restock chemicals at the CIP units as needed. Save documents in accordance with Document Retention Policies. Work with the Milo’s ERP System, in support of receiving, inventory, cycle counting and developing electronic laboratory records.

Ensure and promote safety, stewardship, integrity and quality per the Milo’s Mission.

 

Qualifications: Applicants must have an Associate's degree (A.A.) or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school; or three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Applicants must have the ability to read and comprehend instructions, correspondence, drawings and memos.  Applicants must have the ability to write correspondence and to effectively present information in one-on-one situations. All applicants must be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide.  Applicants must be able to apply common sense understanding to carry out written or oral instructions.  To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Internet software.

 

Core Competencies: Time Management, Detail Oriented, Effective Communication Skills, Problem Resolution, Decision Making, Resource Conservation.

 

Contact: Donna Hamrick / Corporate Recruiter / Milo’s / 205.424.4284 x163 / dhamrick@drinkmilos.com

 

ENCOMPASS HEALTH

Recruitment Coordinator

 

Opportunity: Encompass Health (Formerly HealthSouth) is seeking candidates for an entry-level HR position. Job Code: 100268.

 

Description: The Recruitment Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Talent Acquisition Group by providing administrative support for our Talent Acquisition team.  This role will be responsible for, but not limited to, career fair and event registration, participating at these events as needed, maintaining department head’s calendar, processing check requests, department expenses, running weekly reports, maintaining and supporting employee referral program, and assisting with our home office internship program.  In addition, this position will assist with the corporate recruitment initiatives as needed and all other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications; Qualified applicants will be detail oriented, have strong organizational skills, and the ability to multi task.  Good writing and presentation skills are essential. Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or related field required - One year experience in a Human Resources environment preferred. Ability to speak, read, write, and communicate effectively. - Ability to coordinate, analyze, observe, make decisions, and meet deadlines in a detail-oriented manner. - Ability to work independently without supervision.

 

To Apply: https://jobs.encompasshealth.com/encompass/jobs/1818858?lang=en-us

 

Contact: Brent M. Gilley / Director, Talent Acquisition / Encompass Health (Formerly known as HealthSouth) / 9001 Liberty Parkway, Birmingham 35242 / 205-970-5959 / Brent.Gilley@healthsouth.com / encompasshealth.com

 

UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL ALABAMA

Volunteer Opportunity / Visiting Allocation Teams

 

Opportunity: Have you ever wondered who decides where to allocate the millions of dollars donated to United Way? It could be YOU! Every year, 500 community volunteers convene to form Visiting Allocations Teams (VAT) to review all of our agency partners and make funding decisions. Last year, with the support of these community volunteers, we allocated $28 million to our partner agencies.

 

Description: This volunteer opportunity is great for anyone who is interested in learning more about the incredible work happening in our community or looking for an opportunity to get connected with local nonprofits.

 

Responsibilities of VAT members include: A time commitment of approximately 10 – 14 hours (typically 3 meetings). Attending and actively participating in agency site visits. Reviewing agency programs and accomplishments. Working with other volunteers to make funding recommendations.  Your team will be led by an experienced community volunteer tasked with guiding you and your fellow VAT members through the process. In addition, United Way staff will be available to provide training and general assistance.

 

To register for a team, please visit: https://uweb1.unitedwayeservice.org/VAT.

 

Contact: Robert Givens / Data and Evaluation Manager / United Way of Central Alabama / 3600 8th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35222 / (205) 458-2170 / robert.givens@uwca.org / vat@uwca.org / uwca.org