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


 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

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.


 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

Memphis Goodwill is seeking qualified candidates for the following openings. Interested applicants are encourage to apply online at and select Careers->Corporate Opportunities.



Under the leadership of the Vice President of Resource Development; the Digital Media Coordinator will define and execute social media strategies as well as video/audio content creation, email marketing campaigns, website and blog content management. The Digital Media Coordinator will cultivate new communities and audiences through innovative and creative social media campaigns. The DM Coordinator will consult with all levels of Goodwill to carry out duties and organization’s mission. Additional job duties will be assigned by the Vice President of Resource Development.


• Develops and coordinates company social media accounts. Responsible for developing brand messaging on social and digital platforms consistent with Goodwill company strategy and goals.
• Provides analytics for all socially connected websites and accounts, as directed.
• Responsible for all website and digital updates. Maintains daily interaction with all social media platforms.
• Develops comprehensive social media calendars for overall company as well as various departments/areas of concentration. Campaign-specific calendars developed as needed.
• Responsible for maintaining brand voice on social media accounts while conversing with customer base, moderating conversation and driving traffic to our specific websites or events.
• Reviews and compares current social media applications for potential new marketing avenues.
• Responsible for compiling monthly reports; using analytics and insights to drive posting strategy on social media accounts.
• Manages and interacts with various social media accounts on a daily basis to keep customer communities engaged.
• Communicates promotional plans, and other marketing initiatives regularly through social media accounts.
• Develops messages specific to company business goals.
• Builds positive relationships with customers by engaging audiences with creative, timely messaging.
• Leads efforts to capture new audiences, invite friends, create groups, create forums, edit and distribute new video, audio and photography footage of brand marketing activities for placement on blogs, social networking sites, search engines, etc.
• Monitors the organization’s social media image through all outlets.
• Takes on other responsibilities and tasks as assigned.


• Able to perform training that require repetitive motion of demonstration i.e. lifting, bending, reaching and standing for extensive periods of time.


• Variations of working conditions, usually in an office environment


• Ability to effectively relate to individuals with various disabilities, personalities, and cultural backgrounds.
• Ability to work well with leadership, peers, and staff
• Ability to establish and maintain meaningful, purposeful, and mature interpersonal relationships both internally and externally.


• Ability to multitask and manage multiple projects at one time.
• Ability to market Goodwill services to employers, referral sources, and potential clients.
• Ability to brainstorm, problem-solve and make decisions independently.
• Ability to build, motivate, delegate, and hold team members accountable for the completion of responsibilities.
• Pass required background screening- Criminal Background, Drug Screen.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Proficient in Outlook, MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel.


• BS/BA Degree in Communications, Marketing or other related field; or, BFA in Design Arts
• 2-4 years of experience in using social networking experience as a communication tool for internal and external customers.
• Experience working with media design, desktop publishing, digital media applications, photography, CSS systems, and social media applications.
• Knowledge of MailChimp and WordPress and graphic design a plus.

Equal Opportunity Employer



Bachelors or better in Design and Technical Production or related field.

Bachelors or better in Marketing or related field.



Knowledge of MailChimp and WordPress and graphic design a plus.

Knowledgeable of video/audio content creation, email marketing campaigns, website and blog content.

2-4 years of experience in using social networking as a communication tool for internal and external customers.

Prior experience working with media design, desktop publishing, digital media applications, photography, CSS systems, and social media applications.

Prior Digital Marketing Design, Marketing or related field experience.

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AMBER Alerts Now Available on Twitter

On January 13, 2014, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children(NCMEC) announced the launch of an AMBER Alert Twitter account to allow 49 million users nationwide to receive AMBER Alerts using the handle@AMBERAlert. This announcement comes on AMBER Alert Awareness Day, which recognizes the AMBER Alert program of urgent bulletins to assist in the search for and rescue of abducted children. The alerts are distributed by media, transportation agencies, the wireless industry, Internet service providers, the trucking industry, and others. OJJDP administers the national training and technical assistance program, which expands and enhances the national AMBER Alert network; increases and improves law enforcement response to missing, endangered, and abducted children; creates greater community capacity in understanding broader issues related to exploitation and abuse of children; and enhances public participation in the recovery of missing, endangered, and abducted children. To that end, OJJDP works closely with NCMEC and other key partners.


Learn more about the AMBER Alert program.

Download free resources from NCMEC.

Follow NCMEC on Twitter and Facebook.

Social Media Marketing for Your Business Workshop

Wednesday, November 6, 5:30pm-7:30pm

Renaissance Business Center, 555 Beale Street

Join the Black Business Association for a “Social Media Marketing for Your Business” Workshop and learn how to promote and brand your business using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and MORE! You don’t want to miss this FREE session. Seating is limited so call and reserve your space at (901) 526-9300.

Temporary Part Time position that involves the coordination of weekly events of employees assigned to Project D.A.R.E3 to include scheduling facilitators, assigning facilities, and assisting with workshops.

The incumbent will work 20 hours per week. This is a temporary position that is not eligible to receive State Benefits.

Conduct phone screenings of candidates to determine cohorts for each session.

Assist with marketing ideas to promote monthly Job Readiness Outreach Workshops for surrounding neighborhoods.

Maintain and update social media sites.

Help generate reports to track the outcome and progress of Project D.A.R.E3 to include evaluating pre and post surveys.

Maintain portfolios of individuals participating in Project D.A.R.E3 program to include attendance tracking, participation, interaction with facilitators/mentors, and documenting assessments results.

Assist with monthly Job Readiness Outreach Workshops for surrounding neighborhoods.

Performs other related duties as required or directed.

Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Communication, or Business related field. Relevant experience may be substituted for degree. Must have a valid Driver’s License.

Knowledge of recruitment processes.
Knowledge of MS Office Software to include Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel. Knowledge of marketing techniques including social media sites.
Strong communication skills.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Strong organizational skills.

Ability to use spreadsheets effectively.

Ability to multitask.

All applicants must apply online at

Posting date June 1, 2013.

Interested candidates may email their resumes to:

Kristil Hayes at with Temporary Part Time Coordinator as the subject title.



Greetings! We are proud to announce the first annual Real Talk: Teen Health Fair 2012!  This important event will be held onMarch 14th from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. in the community center gymnasium of our gracious host the Orange Mound Community Center, located at 2572 Park Avenue, Memphis, TN 38114.


The purpose of this event is to offer educational seminars and breakout sessions during Spring Break to junior high and high schools teens in Memphis.  Teen youth will be able to actively engage with community advocates, medical providers and community organizations about reproductive and sexual health, youth violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, positive parenting and financial planning. There will also be college and trade school vendors, armed service representatives, and community organizations in attendance so our young people have access to information that will help shape their futures. We will also have parental seminars so that parents of teens can access current information about how to best support their teen.


We’re calling on you to help us serve our youth! We anticipate youth and parent participation between 300-500 people and are asking for you to donate your time, talent and resources to assist us in serving our most vulnerable population.

Currently, we are in need of the following assistance:

  • ·         Volunteers to help us work the event – (registration, set-up/breakdown crew, session room-workers, etc.)
  • ·         Gift bag donations – (organizational literature, gift cards, t-shirts, bags for vendor booth surfing)
  • ·         Food Services – (continental breakfast, lunch, bottled water, etc.)
  • ·         Raffle Prizes
  • ·         Social Media Outreach – (listserv, Facebook, Twitter – distribute widely)
  • ·         Vendors ($25 donation requested)

Please find below contact information for our health fair coordinators. Contact these coordinators for more information about how you or your group can participate! We appreciate your support and thank you for standing with us in support of our teens.


In Solidarity,

Real Talk: Teen Health Fair 2012

Coordinating Team


LaTonia Blankenship

100 Black Women – Memphis Chapter



Cherisse A. Scott




Teresa Diener

Center for Research on Women (CROW)