MATA Career Fair for Customer Service and Call Center Representatives
 
Tuesday, February 21 and Wednesday, February 22, 7-9 am and 3-5 pm at the Airways Transit Center: 3033 Airways Blvd. @ Brooks Rd.) Bring an updated resume and cover letter, two forms of ID and be prepared for an on-site interview! #tag #keep #share!
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SJHastings Consulting & eServices has opportunities available in the following area:

Administrative Virtual Assistant (PT)

The AVA will serve as the primary assistant to the Executive/Principal operator.

Responsibilities may include:

 Provide assistance with weekly assignments.

 Assist with coordinating events

 Social media management

 Respond to website inquiries

 Schedule client consultations and appointments

 Follow up with clients

 Create marketing literature and draft correspondences

 Perform basic online research

 Occasional errands

Requirements

 Must be professional, mature and reliable

 Must have personal computer with relevant software (Microsoft Office)

 Be efficient in computer and Internet skills

 High school diploma or GED

 Preferably 3-5 years of office/administrative assistant experience

Interested candidates should email serious submissions to sjhastings09@gmail.com.

NO phone calls.

The email should include a Letter of Interest and resume. Deadline for submissions is Friday, November 13, 2015.

Graphic Design (College Contest)

SJHastings is searching for an aspiring artist to design cover of next novel. Interested candidates will enter into the “So You Think You Can Design?” contest. Contest winner will receive $75 cash award, recognition in novel and an opportunity for a 3 month paid internship with author.

ELIGIBILITY/REQUIREMENTS

 Age 18-25

 Must be enrolled in college

 Must submit Letter of Intent, along with a collegiate reference.

 Letters of Intent must be submitted by December 1, 2015.

Author will review and select entries to compete in contest. No designs are to be submitted prior to approval. No phone calls. Do not contact author on social sites. Interested students should email letters to sjhastings09@gmail.com

Part-time Opening

AccuShip has a data entry position available. The shift is from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. You must have 10-key experience and able to key with speed and accuracy.

If interested, please e-mail your resume to dplummer70@gmail.com with “Part-time Data Entry Position” in the subject line. Your resume will be forwarded for consideration.

IF YOU CAN SAVE $1,000, WE WILL MATCH YOUR SAVINGS WITH AN ADDITIONAL $2,000 TO HELP YOU PURCHASE A HOME, COMPUTER, OPEN A SMALL BUSINESS OR FURTHER YOUR EDUCATION. 

Introducing

THE SAVE UP PROGRAM

An asset-building Program sponsored by the RISE Foundation

You may qualify if you are employed and on Section 8 through MHA, or if you are employed and eligible to file for Earned Income Tax Credits.  You must meet RISE qualification guidelines.

APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED AT THE ORIENTATION SESSION

WHEN:  Thursday, May 22, 2014 at 5:45 pm

WHERE:  RISE FOUNDATION 

2650 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Suite 2400, Memphis, TN  38118

 

CALL (901) 308-7473 to RSVP AND (901) 572-1615 TO LISTEN TO  A DETAILED OVERVIEW OF THE PROGRAM

 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

Holy Communion has a job opening for our receptionist (although a lot of administrative work is also attached to this position).  Part-time – 25 hours a week.  Please see attached job description.  Pay has not been determined.

 

Church of the Holy Communion seeks to appoint a part-time receptionist (twenty-five hours weekly) who will further the mission of the Church by supporting the clergy, staff and lay ministry leaders and by effectively communicating information to those who contact the parish. The receptionist’s primary responsibility is to be a friendly, professional presence to welcome parishioners and visitors who contact the church either by telephone or in person.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

• Answer telephone and connect callers and visitors with the appropriate members of the clergy and staff

• Provide callers and visitors with requested information

• Assist in communicating information to clergy and staff

• Maintain confidentiality

• Collect and enter data in electronic databases

• Assist with the production of bulletins, printing, and bulk mailings

• Assist staff with preparing and distributing promotional materials for church events

• Manage ticket sales and track reservations for church events and fundraisers

• Support staff when needed with special assignments

• Be a partner with clergy and staff in the mission of the church

The Receptionist is accountable to the Parish Administrator, and will have access to retirement savings benefits pursuant to the parish’s personnel policies after the first year of his or her employment. Interested candidates should E-mail their resumes to Parish Administrator Mary Beth Darrow (mbdarrow@holycommunion.org).

Announcement Date:  10/22/2013 Location:  Memphis, TN
Position Title: Residential  Rehabilitation Counselor

Treating women with Alcohol, Drug, and Co-occurring Disorders in a home-like setting.

Department:  Primary House Residential Rehabilitation Program
Reports to:  Clinical Director Days/Hours:  Mon-Fri, 40 Hours/ Week, 3-11 Evening Shift
Salary:  Determined based on education & experience Deadline to Apply:  Until position filled

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Duties will include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Deliver counseling and group services to women with alcohol, drugs, and co-occurring mental disorders in a structured treatment program (ASAM Level III.5 & III.3), in a home-like setting.
  • Provide case management to special needs and homeless population.
  • Be responsible for helping to overseeing the needs of the residential facility.
  • Monitor clients and assist in day to day operations of the house.
  • Reports and Recordkeeping

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social science field, Master’s degree in a social science field required.
  • LADAC or other related license preferred.
  • Experience working with addiction, co-occurring population, criminal justice population in a 12 Step based program
  • Prefer experience in a home-like residential setting.
  • A working knowledge of the 12 Steps.  Prefer a LADAC or a minimum of 5 years of experience.
  • If in recovery, a minimum of 3 years continuous sobriety.
  • Must have excellent organizational, verbal, written and computer skills.  Proficient in MS Word, Excel, and Internet use.
  • Motivated to carry out directives with minimum supervision.
  • Knowledge of community resources and case management experience.
  • Understand and practice various therapeutic approaches to counseling and case management.
  • Knowledge of trauma informed care, and therapeutic community.
  • A positive, professional demeanor and maturity; the ability to deal with clients, the public and co-workers; exercise good judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions.
  • Submit a criminal background check, and must not currently be under supervision of the courts.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Please email or fax a current resume, cover letter with salary requirements, and list of 3 professional references to:

Veronica Brown:  veronicabrown@gracehouseofmemphis.org

or fax to:  901-722-9023

Grace House strives to provide the highest quality of care possible to women who are experiencing major life problems due to substance use disorders or co-occurring disorders in an environment that preserves and promotes the dignity of the woman served without regard to race, color, creed, gender, economic or social circumstances, or sexual orientation, or national origin. No woman is denied treatment because of a lack of resources.  Grace House of Memphis is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, and a United Way agency.  We are licensed by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, and accredited by CARF, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.