GYM WORKER -PARKS & RECREATION – ATHLETICS

The City of Bartlett is hiring Athletic Staff to work during the evening hours and on the weekends.  The successful candidate will work approximately 15-20 hours per week.  Must be at least 16 years of age, or older.  This is an ideal job for students.  Bartlett resident preferred, but not required.  This is a part-time position with no benefits.

Athletic Worker will be responsible for setting up and taking down gym equipment; keeping score books, calling lines, or otherwise helping with athletic programs scheduled in the Singleton gymnasium and at various ball fields; general maintenance, sweeping, mopping, and clean-up in and around the gymnasium and ball fields.  Make field permits, work in concession stands, supervise free plan and other nightly activities.  Perform related work as required and other duties as assigned.  Reports directly to the Athletic Manger and Assistant Athletic Manager.  Will work in a non-smoking environment.  Must pass a physical exam, including a drug screen. … Read on and apply.

Open
$8.06 per hour. This is a part-time position with no benefits. Will work approximately 15-20 hours per week.

Decatur Trinity Christian Church in Bartlett has the following paid staff positions open for employment.

  1. Youth Leader – Part-time
  1. Worship Leader with choir directing responsibilities – Part-time
  1. Pianist – Part-Time
  1. A full-time position is possible for a person who could lead worship and also work with youth leadership for the congregation.
  1. Maintenance Staff– Full-Time.

Call the church office for more information at 388-4511 or send resume to attention of Pastor Gus Lohrum at  lohrum58@gmail.com.

The City of Bartlett is hiring Summer Camp Counselors to conduct activities for campers ages 7-14 at the Bartlett Recreation Center.  The successful candidate will work Monday through Friday, morning, afternoon and evening shifts, during he summer months, beginning at the end of May and continuing through the first week of August. Will be responsible for supervising children in a camp setting, as well as planning and implementing safe, fun, age appropriate activities. Must be able to communicate effectively and be responsible for proper maintenance and care of facility and equipment.  Must be able to administer first aid when necessary.

Qualifications

Must be at least 18 years of age and have experience working with children leading games, sports or arts and crafts. Bartlett resident preferred, but not required. The City will provide CPR, first aid and AED training, if necessary. Must pass a background check and physical exam, including a drug screen and TB test.

Special Requirements

Will work in a non-smoking work environment.

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The City of Bartlett will conduct a Summer Sports Camp for children at the Bartlett Recreation Center and needs a qualified person to direct the program.  Will work daily, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., for a total of 40 hours per week, from Tuesday, May 26, through Friday, August 7.  A successful applicant must be mature with good judgment and experience working with children.  An educational background in Physical Education, Recreation or a related field is preferred.

Qualifications

Must be mature with good judgment and experience working with children. An educational background in Physical Education, Recreation or a related field is preferred. The City will provide CPR, first aid and AED training, if necessary. Must pass a background check and physical exam, including a drug test and TB test.

Special Requirements

Will work in a non-smoking work environment. Bartlett resident preferred, but not required.

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This is a part-time position with no benefits.  This individual will work the front desk at the Bartlett Recreation Center.  This position greets visitors and members, enrolls new members, makes ID cards and answers the Bartlett Recreation Center telephone.

Will work Monday through Friday from 4:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m., alternating Sundays, some Holidays and Special Events.  Will work approximately 20-25 hours per week.

Qualifications

Requires minimum age of 18 with some skill and experience in operating PC software. Will interact continuously with the public. Customer service experience preferred, but not required.

Special Requirements

Must pass a background check and physical exam, including a drug screen.

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This position is responsible for assisting the Day Camp Director in administering and supervising a Summer Day Camp at Singleton Community Center.  Will help the Director in planning the events of the camp, supervising the counselors and campers, assisting in interviewing applicants for new counselors, planning training for counselors, and communicating with parents, counselors, campers and other staff in a timely and professional manner.  Will keep daily attendance records, discipline forms, accident forms and other necessary daily records.

Qualifications

Requires a minimum of two years of college in Recreation, Elementary Education, or related field or a minimum of three years’ experience working with school aged children, or a combination of education and experience. Must have or obtain a current CPR certification. Must pass a background check and physical exam, including drug test and TB test.

Special Requirements

Must be able to work outside in the heat for extended periods of time. Will work in a non-smoking work environment. Bartlett resident preferred, but not required.

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PART-TIME WATER CLERK – FINANCE/WATER DEPT.

The City of Bartlett is seeking applications for the position of Part-Time Water Clerk.  This person will work approximately 25 hours per week between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and  5:00 p.m. Schedule may vary depending upon the needs of the office.  This position will work in Water Billing Administration and will perform various clerical duties to maintain the City’s utility billing records and provide assistance to utility customers.  This position will receive requests, complaints and inquiries from residential and commercial utility customers via telephone, in person, or through written correspondence.  Job functions include, but are not limited to:  answering the Water Administration telephones, verifying customer account information as necessary; responding to billing questions and complaints; explaining billing process, rate structure and consumption patterns; following up with customers and field personnel in a timely manner and helping maintain permanent files and records. Requirements include, but are not limited to:  strong customer service skills and focus; strong ability to communicate effectively, both oral and written; ability to maintain composure dealing tactfully, courteously and effectively with a variety of people; ability to use automated billing and accounting computer systems.

Qualifications

High School diploma or GED and three years of experience with a customer billing system, call center, utility or government administration, or any combination of education, training and experience providing the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the essential duties; experience with cashier duties, customer service and public contact preferred. Must be able to type a minimum of 40 correct words per minute in a typing test administered by the Personnel Department. Must pass a background and driver’s licence check, and physical exam, including a drug screen.

Special Requirements

Will work in a smoke-free environment. Bartlett resident preferred, but not required.

Miscellaneous Information

The City of Bartlett is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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FRONT DESK ATTENDANT – Bartlett Recreation Center

This is a part-time position with no benefits. This individual will work the front desk. This position greets visitors and members, enrolls new members, makes ID cards and answers the Bartlett Recreation Center telephone. The schedule for this position is as follows:

One position will work Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 2:45 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. with alternating Saturdays and Sundays. Will possibly work holidays and special events.

Second position will work alternating weekends and as needed on evenings, holidays and special events. Hours each day may vary.

Will work approximately 20-25 hours per week.… Read on
Salary: $7.60 per hour based on experience. This is a part-time position with no benefits.

Requires minimum age of 18 with some skill and experience in operating PC software. Will interact continuously with the public. Customer service experience preferred, but not required. Must pass a background check and physical exam, including a drug screen.

Apply online. http://www.cityofbartlett.org/jobs.aspx?jobID=63

 Bartlett (386-8968)

  • Preschool Storytime (ages 2-5) March 12 and 13 @10:15 and 11:15 am both days; call to register.
  • Tunes and Tales (ages 4 – 11) with a Create a Craft Session March 8 @11 amMusical Performance by Memphis Symphony’s String Quartet; call to register.
  • Computer Basics Class for Adults March 14 @ 1 pm

Central (415-2700)

  • Free Saturday Legal Clinics for Adults March 8 @10 am in Meeting Rooms A, B, and C
  • Family Tunes and Tales (ages 4 and older) March 8 @11 am Musical Performance by Memphis Symphony Orchestra Roxaboxen
  • The “A to Z of Used Car Buying” for Adults sponsored by Autozone March 8@11:15 am and @noon in First Floor Magazine Area
  • Paws for Reading March 8 @1pm Children read with trained READ therapy dog Teva
  • Literacy Through Steampunk March 8  @3 pm in L-56 Part of Teen Tech Week activities
  • Preschool Storytime (ages 3- 5) March 10 @10:15 am
  • Crafternoon – Crafts + Books = FUN March 10 @3:30 pm (ages 6-12)
  • Central Reader’s Club (Memphis and the Super Flood of 1937 by Patrick O’Daniel)

March 10 @6:30 pm in the Humanities Department

  • Baby and Books March 11  @10:15 am
  • Internet Basics for Adults March 11 @10 am
  • Teen Tech Tuesday March 11 @2:30 pm in L-56 Teens celebrate Teen Tech Week with the latest gadgets and gizmos to produce a movie, arrange a song, and write a book. Call 415-2739 for details.
  • Toddler Story Time March12 @10:15 am (ages 18-36 months) in Children’s Department
  • Wider Angle Film Series (Broken directed by Rufus Norris) March 12 @6 pm in the Humantities Department
  • Preschool Storytime March 13  @10:15 am (ages 3 – 5)
  • Dixon Gallery’s Art to Grow: Stained Glass a la Marc Chagall March 13

 @1:30 pm (ages 6 and older) Groups must register by calling 415-2700

  • Small Business Start-Up March 13

@6 pm in Business/Sciences Department, third floor

  • Paws for Reading March 15 @1pm Children read with trained READ therapy dog Olly. Hablan espanol e ingles.

 Cordova (415-2764)

  • Tunes and Tales  Woodwind Quartet March 8 @11 am (for children)
  • Internet Basics Class for Adults March 12 @10 am
  • International Storytime Celebrating Poland March 15 @11 am (ages 4- 11)

Crenshaw (415-2765)

  • Spring Cleaning at Crenshaw March 12 @10:30 am Children and teens pick up litter and clean up and enjoy a pizza party following.
  • Miz Crenshaw’s Farmers Market March 13 @10:30 am Children eat fruits and veggies from the farmer’s market named for Mrs. Cornelia Crenshaw. UT Extension Program guest Rita Jackson will read to the children and provide coloring booklets and recipe cards to parents.

 East Shelby (415-2767)

  • Preschool Storytime March 8 @1 pm

Gaston Park (415-2769)

  • It’s All About Matter March 11 @11 am With this introduction to chemistry, kids ages 8 and up will explore the concept of matter changing using root beer floats and balloon racing.
  • I Am A Builder March 12 @ 11 am With this introduction to engineering, children ages 5 and up will design geometric spaces using marshmallows, gumdrops, toothpicks, and plastic straws.
  • I Can’t Believe My Eyes March 13 @ 11 am With this introduction to biology, children ages 8 and older will learn how to use a microscope and conduct simple experiments.

Parkway Village (415-2776) 

  • Towel Origami March 11 @3 pm Adults make their own whimsical animals from towels like ones seen on cruise ships
  • Children’s Movie Day March 12 @2 pm Children will enjoy a movie and refreshments.
  • Teen Yu-Gi-Oh! March 13 @2 pm Teens battle for championship as they play this popular game.

Raleigh (415-2778) Registration required for activities below.

  • Art to Grow March 10 @10:30 am
  • Print It, Stamp It, Make It Your Own March 11 @10:30 am
  • Slime and Other Science Fun March 12 @10:30 am
  • My Green Thumb March 13 @10:30 am

 South (415-2780)

  • Computer Basics March 11 @10 am

Whitehaven (415-2781)

  • Seed Seedling Swap for Adults March 8 @11 am

BARTLETT CITY SCHOOLS – ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK – PURCHASING – SHARED SERVICES

 

This is a Municipal Districts Shared Services position that assists the Purchasing Supervisor with the accurate accounting of materials and assets received and distributed through the purchasing warehouse.

Major responsibilities:

  • Serves as a receptionist, greets visitors courteously and directs them to the appropriate person
  • Answers incoming calls and responds appropriately to requests for information
  • Enters stock to be received on APECS.net
  • Enters requisitions on APECS.net
  • Posts school charges on APECS.net
  • Processes purchase orders and distributes to appropriate departments
  • Prepares bids for mailing
  • Contacts vendors for updated information in order to maintain vendor files
  • Maintains correspondence, requisitions and other related documents and files according to the system used in the warehouse operation.

Qualifications

High School Diploma or equivalent and at least three (3) years of successful clerical experience, working knowledge of the APECS purchasing system.

Special Requirements

Proficient use of microcomputers to include word-processing, spreadsheet and data base applications, knowledge of basic office procedures and equipment, strong interpersonal skills with the ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work at all levels.

Miscellaneous Information

This position requires a valid driver’s license and working knowledge of office equipment and software. Work will occur in a non-smoking environment. EOE.

 

Status Open
Category Clerical / Secretarial
Job ID
Salary Starting Salary is $40,000 per year with full benefits including retirement, social security, health, dental, vision and life insurance.

 

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