McKesson is recruiting for Summer 2016 Internships
From March 21-April 22 recruiting for summer interns. The Internships will be June 6-Aug 12, 2016 in either Houston/Dallas, Richmond or Atlanta in the areas of Finance, HR, Operations, IT and Sales.
 
We are looking for:
Rising Seniors graduating by June 2017
Minimum 3.0 GPA required
Relevant classwork, as appropriate to the function
Previous internship/ leadership (preferred)
What Interns can expect from McKesson:
10 week paid internship
Areas include: HR, Operations, Finance, Sales and IT
Locations: Houston/Dallas, Richmond & Atlanta
Learn more:
If you know of a qualified college intern you want to refer, send them to jobs.mckesson.com, where they can learn more – and apply for – available positions. And feel free to share with your referrals stories from interns who have been hired full time at McKesson: http://www.insideconnector.com/5733/Intern2016
FedEx is currently accepting applications for FedEx Services and FedEx TechConnect 2016 paid summer internships in business and IT!
 
If selected to participate, candidates will become part of a FedEx Services or FedEx TechConnect team working on actual projects that directly impact our company.
Applications will only be up for a few more weeks so APPLY TODAY!
Intern Work Locations:
• Akron, OH
• Brookfield, MA
• Chicago, IL
• Colorado Springs, CO
• Dallas, TX
• Detroit, MI
• Fort Lauderdale, FL
• Harrison, AR
• Lakeland, FL
• Los Angeles, CA
• MEMPHIS, TN
• Miami, FL
• Minneapolis, MN
• New York, NY
• Orlando, FL
• Pittsburgh, PA
• San Francisco, CA
• Washington, DC
 
How to apply:
1. Go to CAREERS.FEDEX.COM
2. Under Search Our Jobs select a country: UNITED STATES
3. Select an Operating Company: FEDEX SERVICES
4. Select a Job Category: INTERN or select other categories to view available entry-level positions
5. Click SEARCH NOW to view all available summer internship positions
6. Click APPLY TO JOB to submit your online application
What happens next?
·January – February: Candidates are selected for interviews
·January – March: Successful candidates receive offers
·June 1 – August 10: Summer internship program
 
  • Job Title and/or Job Description
    • Database Administrator/IT Specialist
  • Company Name
    • Girl Scouts Heart of the South
  • Job Location
    • Memphis, TN
  • Application Closing Date
    • October 2, 2015
  • Contact Procedures (How the applicant should contact you about the position…)

Click below for full description.

Job Description-Database Administrator-IT (1)

April Sustainability Month Events

STAR Press Conference – (Apr 2, 3:30). Memphis-Shelby County was recognized for “national excellence” as one of the nation’s most sustainable communities with a 4-STAR Award.  Join Mayors Luttrell and Wharton as they announce the 4-STAR award.  Press conference will be at United Housing, Inc. office on 2750 Colony Park Dr.

Earth Month Business Conference – (April 7, $90).  The Office of Sustainability joins FedEx, ISSP, The Sustainability Consortium, CRG Sustainable Solutions and other sponsors for a conference on sustainable supply chain for businesses. Special emphasis will be on sustainable packaging, sustainable purchasing and recycling. The full agenda can be found here: http://bit.ly/1aqbPZL

Neighborhood Redevelopment Conference (Apr 15-17, $150).  Scholarships are available!  This is a national conference in Memphis with workshops about innovative approaches to neighborhood redevelopment and community building.http://bit.ly/19rD7yU

Faith-in-Action Memphis CleanUp – (Apr 18-26).  Join Memphis City Beautiful to volunteer as an individual or as a team to eliminate blight in our city. Sign up here:www.faithinactionmemphis.com

Free Mulch Giveaway – (Apr 18, 6am).  City of Memphis Public Works has mulched 25,000 tons of yard debris since last year and offers it to Memphis residents for earth day.  Load your own, while it lasts starting at dawn.  315 S. Hollywood St. Liberty Bowl parking lot. http://bit.ly/1yiMg28


Earth Day 30 days Straight – (Apr 1-30).  Clean Memphis has scheduled a cleanup each day during Sustainability Month so join in! Several events will coincide with the Faith-in-Action program. http://bit.ly/1xswGRa

 

Earth Month Activities at the Botanic Garden – (Apr 1-30).  Conservation challenge hikes, tree tag treks, environmental playhouse, and earth-friendly boxed lunches will all be featured daily for the month of April at the Botanic Garden. http://bit.ly/1HVTD5y

 

Home Landscape Workshop – (Apr 2, 9am). Learn about creating an earth-friendly “TN Smart Yard”.  Registration of $35 includes handbooks, soils tests, and rain gauge. Lunch provided.  Collierville Town Hall  901-752-1207 to RSVP. http://www.sustainableshelby.com/smart-yards
Architecture Lecture: No Place Like Utopia – (Apr 2, 6pm, Free).  Join UM’s Architecture Department to hear Katherine Lambert, Principal at MAP Architects, San Francisco CA.  http://bit.ly/1NcGyrj

Garden Tram Tours at the Botanic Garden – (Apr 3, 10, 17, 24).  Every Friday in April, MBG’s knowledgeable guide will be available for short tram tours, with environmental tips and other fun facts about the Garden. http://bit.ly/1MG8S3o

Eco EGGstravaganza – (Apr 4, 10-4pm).  Egg hunts with children at Shelby Farms Park, $5 per child.  http://bit.ly/1xf3dQ6
Energy Finance Workshop – (Apr 8, 10-2pm).  Local Governments, Public Housing Authorities, and schools are welcomed to attend to learn how to receive technical assistance to support energy management projects in public buildings.http://bit.ly/1NZKcq4

CSI Build/It Design & Construction Conference – (Apr 9, 12pm).  Free.  Learn from panelists, speakers, and 53 design and construction vendors at Minglewood Hall for the latest building products that build better cities.  Paul Young, formerly with the Office of Sustainability, will be speaking at 3pmhttp://bit.ly/1EXO5GJ

Electronic Recycling: Christian Brothers HS – (Apr 11, 9-1pm).FREE event.  Take your e-waste Christian Brothers High School (5900 Walnut Grove Rd) for responsible recycling.  Businesses and individuals welcomed, no limits. http://bit.ly/1GUKLiQ

Greenline Garden workshops (kids) – (Apr 11, $5). Shelby Farms Park Conservancy and Master Gardeners team up for a workshop series each month for kids grades 1-6.  Other workshops are: May 9, June 13, & July 11.http://bit.ly/1Cn9BXu

MEMFix: Pinch District – (Apr 11, 11-4pm).  This event will showcase how a great street and thriving public space can serve as a catalyst for economic vitality and neighborhood redevelopment and will not only prepare for the increase in traffic from the Pyramid, but also to temporarily reinvigorate the Pinch neighborhood and will feature live music, pop up shops, and food trucks!  http://bit.ly/1H1F7eI

Healthy Memphis Food Festival – (Apr 11-12).  Broad Ave Arts District will have a pop-up market of food vendors, wellness businesses, and local music and art. Free.9am-8pm Sat, 10am-6pm Sun.  http://bit.ly/1CrR9LF

Signs of Spring Walk at the Botanic Garden – (Apr 12, 1:30pm). Participants will meet in the visitor’s Center and then walk the beautiful grounds of the Botanic Garden with Master Gardener, Judith Hammond. http://bit.ly/1EkoW6g

 

Trail Dedication at Olive Branch City Park – (Sun, Apr 12, 1:30pm).  Join Olive Branch as they dedicate a new trail!  http://bit.ly/1Bp7VpB

Harahan Bridge Walk with Jimmy Ogle – (Apr 12, 2pm).  Free. Hear from Historian Jimmy Ogle as he takes you on a fascinating history while walking across the bridge that will soon become a bike trail.  Details here: http://bit.ly/18xhMmv

Wolf River Conservancy Fundraiser – (Apr 14, 5pm).  Young Ave Deli.http://bit.ly/1IyKaBu

TN Greenways & Trails Forum (Montgomery Bell) – (Apr 15-17, $99).  Join in educational workshops and networking while learning the latest trends in greenways and trails.   http://bit.ly/1Fs4bdg

Zone IX Flower Show & Project Green Fork – (Apr 15, 2-5pm).Memphis Garden Club and Little Garden Club at will host a regional flower show (covering 5 states) as well as a conservation exhibit showcasing Project Green Fork as a model for other communities in restaurant sustainability. Event at the Botanic Garden. This event will strive to be zero-waste.  http://bit.ly/1EnhHun

University of Memphis Earth Day – (Apr 16, 10-2pm).  Join students at the Oasis Garden (east of the UC near Zack Curlin parking garage).   http://bit.ly/1xPh3cg

Wolf River Conservancy Faith-in-Action Clean up – (Apr 18, 9-12).  Join WRC for one of the Faith-in-Action Clean ups near downtown’s Mud Island.  They are looking for volunteers.  http://bit.ly/1MFpSZr

Electronic Recycling: Sacred Heart School (Southaven) – (Apr 18, 9-1pm). FREE event.  Take your e-waste Sacred Heart School (5150 Tchulahoma Rd, Southaven, MS) for responsible recycling.  Businesses and individuals welcomed, no limits.http://bit.ly/1GUKLiQ

ZeroLandfill upcycling program – (Apr 18 & 25, 10-2).  The architecture & interior design community has donated their sample library for the crafting public to have for free. Volunteer to get first dibs on items.  http://bit.ly/1MG69XK

 

Adult Greenline Garden Workshop – (Apr 18, 9am, $5). Shelby Farms Park Conservancy and Master Gardeners team up for a workshop series each month. Plant Companions will be taught this month.   http://bit.ly/1ExpDet

Earth Day 5k – (Apr 19, 2pm, $25).  After this 5k race at Shelby Farms, you will have a chance to plant a tree. http://bit.ly/1Co8jeX
Natural Areas Celebration at Overton Park – (Apr 19, 10 & 11am).  Free. Overton Park is celebrating TN Natural Areas Week with two nature hikes in the Old Forest. You’ll have the opportunity to learn about birds and butterflies from local experts. RSVP to mmcmasters@overtonpark.org if you plan to attend. http://bit.ly/1BUnjPC
Memphis Green Drinks – (April 21, 6:30pm).  Join this social organization of environmental-minded folks to network and socialize. This month’s guest speaker will be Keith Cole from Wolf River Conservancy. This month’s venue is still being determined – please check www.greendrinks.org/tn/Memphis for an update in early April.

Clean Memphis Fundraiser – (Apr 22, 6pm, $35).  WiseAcre Brewery.http://bit.ly/1FLhYgh
Arbor Day of Service at Shelby Farms Park – (Apr 25, 10-12).  Enjoy a presentation from CleanMemphis to learn about the Heart of the Park enhancements and how trees contribute to a healthy watershed then plant trees with the park!  To register: http://www.shelbyfarmspark.org/volunteer

V&E Artwalk – (Apr 25, 11-6pm).  Fourth annual artwalk features 60+ artistic vendors, silent auction, children’s area, music and food.http://bit.ly/1Bq22s6

Run the Farm 5k/10k – (Apr 25, 8am, $20/30).  Agricenter International’s “off road” trail race with after party!  Proceeds benefit educational programs.http://www.runthefarmmemphis.com/

Tour of Parks with Jimmy Ogle – (Apr 26, 2pm).  Free. Walking tour of parks along the Memphis riverfront.  This month is the tour of the Cobblestone Wharf and Sultana.  http://bit.ly/1BMUzbp

Tennessee Naturalist Walk at the Botanic Garden – (April 26).  As you walk through the Garden, watch for TN Naturalist stations to learn fun facts and tidbits about local flora and fauna, including some you may find in your own backyard.  http://bit.ly/1x8TgUk

Harbor Town 25th Anniversary – (Apr 28, 4pm, $25). Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Harbor Town with ULI-Memphis.  Take a tour with Tony Bologna, see a presentation on Harbor Town results 25 years later, and listen to a panel discussion with some of the key start-up players.  http://bit.ly/1GZsDkV

TDEC Sustainable Transportation Awards & Forum – (May 7, 9-3pm). TDEC will host a recognition ceremony and sustainable transportation forum to recognize outstanding and voluntary achievements in advancing sustainable transportation in the state. http://bit.ly/1Bp4qiR

National Geographic geo-tourism website – Nat’l Geo is doing a geo-tourism website for the Mississippi River and all tourist places along it!  If you have a special place or locally owned business in Shelby County that you would like to include, please upload it.  This will tie their global brand with our cool local places!  More information can be found here:  http://bit.ly/1BiuuRG

Christine Donhardt, ASLA

Senior Planner

Memphis-Shelby County Office of Sustainability

www.sustainableshelby.com

901-576-7172

To be added to this monthly email blast, email: christine.donhardt@memphistn.gov

 

Help Desk Support Specialist – Memphis, TN

 

Open Date: Apr. 01, 2014
Close Date: Apr. 07, 2014
DESCRIPTION Under general supervision of the Director of IT, the Help Desk Support Specialist is responsible for first and second level problem determination, problem / incident recording, problem resolution and problem escalation for supported products and services. DUTIES *Provide first contact and problem resolution for end users with hardware, software and applications problems. *Resolve as many user-reported problems as expertise permits using available tools while adhering to company policies and procedures for the handling of support cases. *Courteously obtain and convey concise problem information for internal and external service personnel. Provide accurate and timely logging of problems and resolution for problems in the Help Desk system. *Escalate / Dispatch problems as appropriate to internal IT support staff. *Act as a liaison between end-users and ancillary support staff to assure accurate problem interpretation. Maintain communications with end-users during the problem resolution process. *Utilize superior customer service and communication skills. *Solve problems in Windows and various other platforms with equal proficiency. Maintain in-depth knowledge of Help Desk supported products and services. *Work with peers and manager(s) to identify available Help Desk training that will enhance and improve computing support delivered to customer. *Security badge creator and administrator duties. *Intranet editor/updater. *Security system editor. *Inventory data editor. *Review and update IT / Help Desk documentation as assigned. *Review and recommend modifications to procedures with Director /Manager. *All other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS Experience and Educational Requirements: *Minimum of three (3) to five (5) years demonstrated experience in computer structure networking/server systems, applications and peripheral devices. *Technical Degree, Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree from a college or university with an information technology, computer science or information systems emphasis or a combination of education and equivalent work experience is a plus but not required. *Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, employees and end users. Strong interpersonal skills. * Ability to define and solve problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in verbal, conceptual or diagram form. *Computer support specialist experience preferred. Proficient in all Microsoft products including desktop platforms, Great documentation /organizational skills. *Customer Service Skills: candidate must posses and demonstrate great customer services skills *A+ certification a plus

 Under general supervision of the Director of IT, the Help Desk Support Specialist is responsible for first and second level problem determination, problem / incident recording, problem resolution and problem escalation for supported products and services. DUTIES *Provide first contact and problem resolution for end users with hardware, software and applications problems. *Resolve as many user-reported problems as expertise permits using available tools while adhering to company policies and procedures for the handling of support cases. *Courteously obtain and convey concise problem information for internal and external service personnel. Provide accurate and timely logging of problems and resolution for problems in the Help Desk system. *Escalate / Dispatch problems as appropriate to internal IT support staff. *Act as a liaison between end-users and ancillary support staff to assure accurate problem interpretation. Maintain communications with end-users during the problem resolution process. *Utilize superior customer service and communication skills. *Solve problems in Windows and various other platforms with equal proficiency. Maintain in-depth knowledge of Help Desk supported products and services. *Work with peers and manager(s) to identify available Help Desk training that will enhance and improve computing support delivered to customer. *Security badge creator and administrator duties. *Intranet editor/updater. *Security system editor. *Inventory data editor. *Review and update IT / Help Desk documentation as assigned. *Review and recommend modifications to procedures with Director /Manager. *All other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS Experience and Educational Requirements: *Minimum of three (3) to five (5) years demonstrated experience in computer structure networking/server systems, applications and peripheral devices. *Technical Degree, Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree from a college or university with an information technology, computer science or information systems emphasis or a combination of education and equivalent work experience is a plus but not required. *Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, employees and end users. Strong interpersonal skills. * Ability to define and solve problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in verbal, conceptual or diagram form. *Computer support specialist experience preferred. Proficient in all Microsoft products including desktop platforms, Great documentation /organizational skills. *Customer Service Skills: candidate must posses and demonstrate great customer services skills *A+ certification a plus

BARTLETT CITY SCHOOLS – NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR – SHARED SERVICES

This is a Municipal Shared Services position that reports to the Superintendent of Bartlett City Schools and is responsible for the efficient and effective operation of the system-wide electronic network connectivity throughout the municipal districts- Shared Services.

Major responsibilities:

  • Administers the municipal school districts  LAN/WAN to include routine monitoring, troubleshooting problems and implementing solutions
  • Implements and maintains a central email server for district running on an environment server
  • Implements and maintains a DNS server for district running on an environment server
  • Implements and maintains a central news server for district running on an environment server
  • Provides support for software for the various departments
  • Implements and administer a Windows server/workstation LAN/WAN for Maintenance Department with additional remote site printing capabilities
  • Assists in administering the municipal central office networks and providing user support to the municipal shared service districts
  • Coordinates data transfer between core systems and network user
  • Monitors network availability, connectivity and performance; troubleshoots and resolves problems with network/telecom hardware and software; communicates with and coordinates maintenance and repair work with vendors and service contractors

Qualifications

BS Degree in Management Information Systems or equivalent and prior successful employment experience with PCs and LANs.

Special Requirements

Extensive knowledge of Windows and Mac administration, UNIX experience a plus, extensive knowledge of Server Software Windows/LINUX, extensive knowledge with LANs, WANs, routers, bridges and other network hardware and software, strong working knowledge of Windows and Mac OS.

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

Apply here!

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in computer related field or equivalent work experience

Training and Experience: 5-7 years in implementing and maintaining automation applications using industry standard technologies.

General Skills: Must be able to develop web based applications using up-to-date software applications and techniques. Knowledge of object oriented analysis and design and relational database applications will be helpful. Customer service for both internal and external clients is a must. The ability to handle multiple tasks, flexibility in work assignments, be detail oriented, organized, self motivated, creative problem solving, possess good interpersonal and written communication skills, and be able to work in both an independent and team environment is highly desired. Must be able to learn using limited and/or multiple resources and have a willingness to share knowledge with the team.

Computer Skills:

• Proficiency in C# or other appropriate programming language

• Strong knowledge of the .NET Framework

• Develop applications using the following tools: C#.NET, Visual Studio, SQL Server

• Knowledge of object oriented design and web based development methodologies

• Knowledge of relational database design and administration

• Basic knowledge of networking and computer hardware is a plus

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Help install and maintain CTI’s training automation application systems.

Suggest new enhancements or updates to make training automation applications more efficient.

• Other incidental duties as directed by appropriate authority

9198 Crestwyn Hills Drive• Memphis, TN 38125 – 8538

800.752.8839 • Fax 901.751.0836 • http://www.cti-crm.com

ServiceMaster to Fill 100 IT Positions

ServiceMaster plans to hire 100 new IT workers for positions ranging from technical support to management.

All of the positions will be based in Memphis supporting the ServiceMaster home and commercial services American Home Shield, Merry Maids, Terminix, TruGreen, AmeriSpec and Furniture Medic.

The Memphis-based company is holding a job fair March 10 at the Hilton Memphis, 939 Ridge Lake Blvd., from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to take applications for those jobs, which are among 350 local jobs ServiceMaster will add through June. The company is adding 6,700 jobs nationally during the same period.

Most of the jobs require experience and a bachelor’s degree in computer sciences or a related field. An associate’s degree is acceptable for some of the jobs.

The Recruiting Process:

All Active and Open jobs are posted on the Electrolux Career Web site Located at: http://www.electrolux.com/careers

Future openings are not posted: to be considered, check the career site on a regular basis and apply as jobs open up that you are qualified for.

For Memphis residents interested in learning more about future opportunities, send your cover letter and resume to: c/o Recruiting Manager : electrolux.memphis@electrolux.com

HR Business Partner, HR Specialist, Senior Buyers, Ops Director, Quality Director, Mechanical Engineer, Product Care Engineers, Quality Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Master Scheduler, Materials Planner, Materials Director, Controller, Training Lead, Ops Manager, Integration Engineers, SQA Engineers, ISO 9000 Coordinator, I.T. Desktop Support Analyst, Warehouse Supervisors, Plant Operations:  All Shifts (Assemblers, Machine Operators, Press Operators, Quality Techs, Electronic Techs, Material Handlers, Clerks) and more!

CLICK HERE FOR FULL LISTING AND DESCRIPTIONS!