1. Atterbury Job Corps Center – is hosting an OPEN HIRING EVENT at the Field House Gymnasium in Edinburgh, IN on Wednesday, February 9, 201 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Seeking qualified individuals to staff Atterbury Job Corps Center (Edinburgh, IN) and IndyPendence Job Corps Center (Downtown Indianapolis): To Attend: Apply at email@example.com. By Mail: Atterbury Job Corps Center Human Resources, PO Box
187, Edinburgh, IN 46124. By Fax: (812) 314-6285 (Mail and fax resumes must be received by Tuesday, February 8, 2011). Walk-Ins welcome (Bring copies of resumes and applicable credentials).
2. City of Indianapolis/Marion County – has new bidding opportunities. Request for Proposals for Management of Special Events for the Downtown Canal. Due Date: 02/24/2011. Buyer: Susan Stewart (firstname.lastname@example.org). Pre-Proposal Conference: Tuesday, February 3, 2011 at 10:00 A.M. local time at the Indiana Historical Society, Gibson Board Room, 450 West Ohio, Indianapolis, Indiana. All questions
shall be submitted in writing by Thursday, February 10, 2011 by 4:30 p.m.
Request for Proposals for Leasing of Indy Park’ Controlled Property at the Riverside Marina. Due Date: 02/28/2011. Buyer: Susan Stewart (email@example.com). Pre-Proposal Conference and Site Tour: Tuesday, February 1, 2011 at 10:00 A.M. local time at the Riverside Marina, 3001 North Riverside Parkway West Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana. All questions shall be submitted in writing by Wednesday, February 9, 2011 by 4:30 p.m.
Request for Proposals for Commercial Fuel Services for the Department of Public Works, Indianapolis Fleet Services Division. Due Date: 02/18/2011. Buyer: Sherry Owens (firstname.lastname@example.org). All questions shall be submitted in writing by Monday, February 7, 2011 by 4:30 p.m.
For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.indy.gov/eGov/City/OFM/Purch/Bids/Pages/BiddingOpportunities.aspx#d.
3. College Goal Sunday – will take place on Sunday February 20, 2011 at 2pm. Find cash for college. Get help with your financial aid application. For more information and a list of locations visit website at http://www.collegegoalsunday.org. Select “locations” and click on “Indianapolis” to view a list of the sites where College Goal Sunday will be held. Click on “information”
and “resources” to learn more about completing the financial aid application.
4. EmployIndy – Is looking to recruit 300 people for a local job training and placement initiative called PriorITize. Eligible participants will be trained in one of three of the fastest growing career positions in Marion County. The U.S. Department of Labor awarded a nearly $3 million grant in June to EmployIndy to help fund the program. “The PriorITize initiative will provide hundreds of local residents with training that will help them gain employment,” said
Mayor Greg Ballard. “Indiana is a leading state in the health information technology industry, and PriorITize aims to strengthen the labor pool for that sector. By focusing particularly on the IT industry, including emerging health information technology fields, Indianapolis demonstrates leadership in supporting the advancement of these high-growth industries, which have the long-term potential to support even more new jobs.” Eligibility requirements: Must be a unemployed or under employed worker, Must be 18,
a U.S. citizen, and residence of Marion or surrounding county, Must have an interest and aptitude for IT related career, Must be willing to pursue an associate’s degree or industry certification, Must have a clean background check, Must complete Ivy Tech Community College enrollment and orientation, Must complete work readiness training. Key Partners in PriorITize are Ivy Tech Community College, Region 5 Workforce Board, Goodwill Industries’ Excel Center, St. Vincent Metropolitan Indianapolis Central
Indiana Area Health Education Center (MICI-AHEC), Stanley Security Systems, Community Health Network, Indianapolis Housing Agency, and St. Vincent Hospital. Citizens interested in participating in PriorITize can call 317-228-0632 for more information or apply in person by visiting any WorkOne center in Marion and surrounding counties (Indianapolis locations are: Parkstone at 9002 Purdue Road #200, on eastside at 2525 N. Shadeland Ave., and on westside at 805 Beachway Drive #112). Source: Inside INdiana Business http://www.insideindianabusiness.com/newsitem.asp?id=45677.
5. F.A. Wilhelm Construction Co., Inc. – is seeking qualified MBE/WBE/VBE Subcontractors & Suppliers for the following project: Bailey DCS Replacement - Phase 1, Belmont Control Building Upgrade Project, DPW Project WT-01-069B Location: Indianapolis, IN. Bid Date: February 8, 2011, Bid Time: 1:00 P.M. (EST). Estimator: Brian Keith. For additional information and plan availability, contact the Estimator or Dara Piper
at 317/359-5411 or visit our website at www.fawilhelm.com/bid-board.
6. Gradex Inc – is seeking to recruit females and minorities in Indianapolis who are qualified to work as Laborers and Operating Engineers. We will be contacting Local Union #103 6814 E. 21st St, 46219, 317-352-1308 for Operating Engineers, and Local Union #120, 1520 N. Riverside Dr. East, 46202, 317-634-8551 for Laborers. We are looking for good, hard-working individuals to join our team. If you are interested and qualified, please contact these
local union halls.
7. Gridlock Traffic Systems, Inc. – is announcing the notice of Apprenticeship Opportunity that they have received from Local Union No. 120 Laborers International Union of North America. If individuals who are interested in this program would like to get into the rewarding and challenging field of highway construction, please pick up and return a completed application at the following location: Laborers Local #120 1520 E. Riverside Dr. Indpls, In 46202.
8. IUPUI Career Events – is holding a recruiting event designed for Business students/ alumni of the Kelley School of Business on February 23, 2011. This event is for Kelly students to meet, greet and network with employers. The majority of employers attending will be seeking full-time employees and/or interns. For more information please contac the Career Planning Office, BS4040 or visit website at www.iupui.edu/career/events. Professional dress is
required and you can register at the door when you attend. For a complete list of events and detailed information, please visit: www.iupui.edu/career/events.
9. Indianapolis Urban League Adult College Readiness Center (ACRC) – is now accepting students for its next session. The purpose of the center is to help individuals who have a high school diploma or GED get their skills up to 12th grade level. By using the ACRC, if you choose to pursue a certification or college degree you won’t have to pay for remediation classes. After improving your skills through the ACRC, you can begin taking college level courses
as soon as you are admitted to the college or university of your choice. We have 10 spots available. These are first-come, first-serve. If you would like to take advantage of the services of the Adult College Readiness Center, please contact Pambana Uishi at 317=693-7655 or Gloria Curtis at 317-919-5391. The classes are 16 week sessions and are held at our facility Mondays thru Thursdays from 4pm-6pm. The deadline to register has been extended to Thursday, February 10th 2011.
10. Mr. Dan's Hamburgers – Three new franchisees have agreed to build as many as five Mr. Dan's Hamburgers in Indianapolis over the next few months. Mr. Dan's Franchising LLC says there are plans to eventually open in Detroit, Louisville, Cincinnati and Dayton. According to Bill Church, president of Mr. Dan’s Franchising LLC, the agreements were signed within the past month, following a flurry of activity that included a series of roundtable discussions,
negotiations and site visits. One of the franchise partnerships, Helms and Hansborugh LLC, just signed a lease for a building on the northwest corner of 25th and Keystone Avenue and they are looking at a second restaurant downtown while two other groups have signed agreements and are looking at prospective sites. The most recently-opened Mr. Dan’s location can be found at 1526 W. Washington, Indianapolis. Church anticipates three more locations opening within the next five months. Source: Inside INdiana
1. Altec, Inc. – is currently looking for a Welder – Helper. Responsibilities: This position will be responsible for installing bodies, aerial devices, and / or digger derricks, bumpers, outriggers, pintle hook channels, and boom rest. Cut and burn on truck chassis as needed, to accommodate outriggers and or boom rest to meet company or customer specifications. Qualifications: High School Diploma or Equivalent. Welding, mechanical knowledge; ability
to read tape measure and schematics. 5-7 years experience in Mobile Utility Equipment Industry preferred. Additional Qualifications : Welding certification via the American Welding Society – Performance oriented. Ability to work with other associates in order to assist them with achieving their objectives and making takt times. Verbal communication skills are required. Work well with others to problem solve and troubleshoot. Understand production schedules and deadlines. Familiar with MIL –
Building and Maintenance Technician. Responsibilities: managing general preventive maintenance and repair work on facility equipment, identifying and fixing safety concerns, and maintaining the facility. Performs general maintenance and repair work using a variety of trade skills. Troubleshoot, repair and maintain general tools and facility equipment according to safety, predictive and productive maintenance systems (PPMs) and processes to support the achievement of the site’s
business goals and objectives. Qualifications: Requires a high school diploma/GED, 4+ years of experience with mechanical? and industrial skills, Welding, mechanical knowledge; ability to read tape? measure and schematics, Knowledge of hydraulic, electronic, electrical and? mechanical service and repair.
Hydraulic Technician. Responsibilities: Reads work order to determine customer requirements, Provide quality and timely workmanship on each work order, Plumb each truck body components following plumb blueprints specifications, Reads schematics to various truck body components to be installed such as hydraulic values, oil tanks, flow regulators, pressure switches, Reads blue prints and uses tape rule to measure truck body for extension installation, Double checks own workmanship for leaks
and repairs, install augers as needed, Uses small and large manual hand tools to bolt assembly components to truck chassis. Performs re-work as required. Qualifications: Must have High School Diploma or GED, Vocational and/or prior work experience in hydraulics, 2-3 years experience working in a manufacturing setting. e
To apply go to https://careers.altec.com/psc/P90HALT_APP/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL. Click on "Advanced Search", then select "Indianapolis, IN" from the "Select Locations" box. Click the "Search" button.
2. American Structurepoint – has an opening for a Graphic Design Intern. Job Summary: Are you looking for an internship that will allow you to work on real design projects to add to your portfolio, then this opportunity is for you! We are seeking a creative mind with an eye and passion for stellar graphic design. As part of the busy design team, you will work closely with the other designers by assisting with production support on templated layouts as well as participation
in the design and development of proposals, picture pages, brochures, ads, flyers, etc. We value people who are self-motivated, accountable, and fun. If you are a talented, detailed-oriented designer with a strong work ethic this is the position for you. This is a great opportunity to apply your academic knowledge in a corporate graphic design environment. Responsibilities: Create, design, and develop of collateral materials. Assist with proposals. Digital photo editing and touch-ups. ttend weekly meetings
with the designer team. Assist in brainstorming concepts for upcoming projects. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Able to present and articulate creative ideas and concepts for internal creative team. Formal training in graphic design, typography, interactive design and/or visual communications. Handle several concurrent projects and work well under pressure and deadlines. Strong talent for all elements of design, layout and typography with a sharp attention to details. Strong knowledge of Adobe
CS5 Suite (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Flash) for PC environment. Photography experience a plus. Currently enrolled in a Graphic Design program. Apply online at http://www.structurepoint.com/job.cfm/Job/110003IN010/Job_Type//Jobs/List/Type/Communications-Group/Job-Name/Graphic-Design-Intern.
3. Atterbury Job Corps – Is looking to hire an Accountant. Responsibilities: Financial reports, reconciliations, general ledger and payroll. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or associate degree in accounting with significant experience, and proficient computer skills required; strong organizational skills necessary. Payroll experience a plus. Must be able to pass a credit check, and Accountant tests.
Assistant Cook. Responsibilities: The qualified candidate will assist in the preparation of food for student meals to include cooking under the supervision of the Cook, salad bar, desert, etc. Transports finished meals from preparation area to serving line. Keeps serving counters stocked with prepared food. Prepares coffee, tea and other beverages. May be asked to supervise students assigned to the cafeteria as part of their training. Assists in kitchen clean-up, washing
dishes, cleaning and sanitizing the food preparation area to ensure sanitation and cleanliness of all food service areas. Assists in the periodic physical inventory of food products. Transports food products from the receiving area/warehouse to the kitchen storage area. Qualifications: A High School graduate or GED required. Demonstrates the ability to lift 40 pounds and/or the ability to assess the lift load in order to ask for necessary assistance. Prefer previous experience in food
service. Must be able to obtain local Food Handling/Health Certification. Requires good customer service skills and the ability to engage young adults. Flexibility with schedule is also preferred. Must be able to work evenings, weekends, holidays.
Career Counselor. Responsibilities: Establishes supportive/mentoring relationship with students throughout their enrollment, specifically case management activities. Provides individual and group counseling sessions. Provides staff training. Conducts new student intakes, attendance accountability, AWOL retrieval, student leaves, and separation from the program. Ensures students receive on-going progress reports, including weekly student employability ratings and ensuring continued progress. Qualifications:
Minimum BA Degree (including at least 15 semester hours in Social Services-related instruction) plus one year experience in counseling or related field. Prefer previous Job corps or related program experience. Must possess a valid in-State Driver’s License and meet the Company insurability requirements. Must be able to work some evenings.
Deputy Center Director. Responsibilities: Follows all integrity guidelines and procedures and ensures no manipulation of student data. Interviews and recommends for hire, disciplines and evaluates performance of the direct report staff. Ensures strict confidentiality of “confidential information,” to include operating policies and procedures, handbooks, data, employee and personnel information, program information, contract proposals, financial information, student information and/or
any other information of a confidential nature. Directs and is responsible for all functions reporting to the Deputy Center Director. Ensures that assigned program areas and systems meet or exceed current Job Corps OMS standards. Ensures that the program areas and systems are in compliance with the Center contract, DOL directives and guidelines, program manuals, Center Operating Procedures, Company standards and related documents. Ensures a well-maintained, attractive and safe Center environment
for students. Has overall responsibility for student appearance, conduct, behavior, language and ultimate success. Becomes active in the community to ensure that program areas and systems meet the Job Corps WIA requirements (e.g., governmental entities, employers, labor unions, military recruiters, advanced training programs, community colleges, etc). Oversees training activities provided at off-Center sites. This includes training quality assurance, safety standards and related concerns. Administers
training subcontracts as required. Prepares and monitors functional department budgets. Ensures that approved curricula are taught in all Academic and Career Technical Training classrooms. Ensures the effectiveness of CDSS functions and related outreach and placement outcomes. Ensures a nondiscriminatory work environment with equal treatment of all staff. Prepares periodic reports as required by Center management, DOL or Company office. May be assigned as Acting Center Director
in the Center Director's absence. Qualifications: Minimum Bachelor's Degree required. Prefer Master's Degree. Prefer five years previous Job Corps or related experience. Minimum 3 years management experience. Must be able to meet Company and Department of Labor approval.
Dorm Supervisor. Responsibilities: The qualified candidate, under the direction of the Social Development or Center Shift Manager, will supervise various components of the Social Development program. Provides leadership and counseling to students in all areas of social development. Ensures the effective case management of students of their caseloads. Interviews, recommends hire or discipline and provides input for staff performance evaluations. Ensure that assigned areas
have adequate staff coverage for all shifts, seven days a week. Provides training and orientation to Residential staff assigned to his or her caseload or area of responsibility. May transport students to and from Center. Ensures the accuracy and completeness of incident and shift reports. Maintains an up-to-date roster of substitute Residential Advisors to ensure dorm coverage during emergency absences. Maintains student accountability and behavior management. Ensures dorm
cleanliness and order. Supervises dorm clean-up and maintenance. Requisitions dorm supplies so as to maintain an adequate inventory. Communicates with student families as required. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Associates Degree and one year previous experience working with youth. Prefer six months experience as a Residential Advisor. Must possess a valid in-State Driver’s License and meet the Company insurability requirements. Must be able to work evenings, nights, weekends, and
holidays. 3 pm to 12 pm.
Electrical Instructor. Responsibilities: The qualified candidate will provide electrician instructions to students. Plans, prepares and implements instructional units. Works as a member of the Career Education Team in providing individual student case management. Works as a member of the Career Education Team in developing the employability of students. Assist with CDSS programming to include Career Preparation, Career Development and Career Transition. Works as a member of the Career Education Team in providing
assistance in any area needed to maintain quality student services. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Vocational Education or equivalent experience on a year-for-year basis with demonstrated instructional ability. In-State Teaching Certificate preferred. Must possess a valid in-State Driver’s License and meet Company insurability requirements. Must possess applicable industry certification.
Food Service Assistants. Responsibilities: The qualified candidate will transfer food, supplies and equipment between storage areas and kitchen and/or cafeteria. Physical requirements include sitting, standing, climbing, walking, lifting, pulling and/or pushing, carrying, reaching, stooping and crouching. Demonstrate the ability to lift 40 pounds and / or the ability to assess the lift load in order to ask for necessary assistance. Washes, peels and cores fruit and vegetables as necessary. Sets
up and takes down tables and chairs. Scrapes, washes and stores dishes, pots, pans and utensils. Clears, cleans, and sanitizes kitchen, cafeteria area and food storage areas. Cleans refrigerators, stoves, ovens and other kitchen equipment. Sweeps, mops, waxes and strips wax from floors. Cleans and stores trash containers in appropriate areas. Degreases and sanitizes vent screens and filters. Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED. Must be able to obtain a SafeServ Certification. Must be able to work
days, evenings, holidays and weekends.
Human Resources Recruiting Coordinator. Responsibilities: Establish and maintain relationship with hiring managers to stay abreast of current and future hiring and business needs. Ensures strict confidentiality of personnel information. Advises managers and employees of staffing policies and procedures. Prepares and posts all vacancies with internal and external sources. Performs searches for qualified candidates according to relevant job criteria, using computer databases,
networking, Internet recruiting resources, cold calls, media, recruiting firms, employee referrals, and job fairs. Receives and maintains files of employment applications and resumes. Reviews employment applications and screen applicants to evaluate work history, education and training, job skills, compensation needs, and other qualifications. Reviews and evaluates applicant qualifications or eligibility for specified licensing, according to established guidelines and designated licensing codes.
Administers typing tests for those positions with typing requirements. Informs applicants of job duties and responsibilities, compensation and benefits, work schedules, and working conditions, policies, and other information. Refers qualified applicants to hiring managers for additional interviews. Schedules interviews, and makes hiring recommendations when appropriate. Conducts reference and background checks on final applicants. Maintains applicant flow log. Completes weekly report on
employment activity. Distributes information on and explains benefits programs such as health, dental, life, disability, and 401K to employee. Verifies and completes benefits enrollment forms. Sends enrollment information to plan administrator. Maintains files on enrollment forms and other documentation. Collects and maintains data on personnel for ABRA and reporting purposes. Reconciles monthly insurance and drug screen billing. Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree from an
accredited College or University in Human Resources or business related discipline preferred. Equivalent staff recruiting experience could be considered in lieu of a degree on two-for-one year basis. Prefer 1 to 3 years previous experience in recruitment. Requires computer literacy and proficiency in presentation software, word processing, spreadsheet applications and ABRA.
Maintenance Technician. Responsibilities: Performs repair and preventive maintenance to facility and building systems on Center. May inspect the work of other maintenance personnel. Researches and recommends purchase of replacement equipment as needed. May be asked to oversee the training activities of students assigned to the maintenance area. May be asked to oversee the activities and quality of performance of outside contractors performing repairs and/or replacement
of equipment. Conducts periodic inspections of building systems and equipment to ensure working quality. May coordinate activities with the Facilities Maintenance vocational training program. Physical requirements include sitting, standing, climbing, walking, lifting, pulling and/or pushing, carrying, reaching, stooping and crouching. Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required. Working knowledge of carpentry, plumbing, electrical systems, HVAC systems, boilers and other
building systems. Minimum one-year experience in building maintenance. Technical certificate preferred. Must possess a valid in-State Driver’s License and meet Company insurability requirements.
Recreation Advisor. Responsibilities: Main responsibilities include assisting the Recreation Supervisor in planning and conducting the Center’s Recreation activities, organize and supervise students’ recreation activities. Provide instruction and coaching to students in developing and improving their recreation skills. Supervise students at off-Center recreation activities. Ensure student accountability and maintain discipline during all recreation events. Maintain equipment and material
accountability. May be required to transport students to and from such activities. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: The qualified candidate will have High School degree and 2 years experience in recreation. College level education in recreation may be substituted for experience on a year-for-year basis. Must possess a valid in-State Driver’s License and meet Company insurability requirements. Must be able to work evening hours, weekends and holidays.
Resident Advisors. Responsibilities: Provide counseling and guidance to students in assigned dorm on attitude, behavior and inter-personal relationships with others. Monitors student activity in the dorm and ensure appropriate student behavior. May be asked to transport students to off-Center recreational and cultural activities and acts as chaperone, controlling student behavior. Maintains incident log and reports all unusual and critical incidents to superiors. Identify students with adjustment problems and
may refer to counseling as necessary. Conduct daily room scores and document. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: High School diploma or GED. Prefer two years of college with emphasis in Social Sciences and prior experience working with disadvantaged youth. Residential experience in group home or college dormitory setting preferred. Must possess valid in-State Driver’s License and meet Company insurability requirements. Must be able to work evenings, over night hours, weekends and holidays.
Safety/Security Advisor. Responsibilities: Follow all integrity guidelines and procedures and ensures no manipulation of student data. Assists Safety/Security Manager and ensures Center compliance with PRH and OSHA safety and health requirements. In conjunction with both the Safety /Security Manager and Wellness Manager, conducts periodic health inspections of Center facilities and operations. Investigates all accidents/incidents under the direction of management and prepares required reports,
recommending corrective action. Conducts periodic occupational health and safety inspections and surveys of (CTT) Career Technical Training activities and takes prompt corrective action to address problems. Informs staff and students of unsafe behaviors. Enforces occupational safety and health regulations and standards. Prepares incident reports, accident documentation, logs and other records as prescribed by DOL, OSHA and Center procedure. Conducts routine Center-wide security tours and assists with monitoring
and supervision of students. Responds to emergency situations and requests. Maintains entrance security, PBX operations, visitor control and student accountability. Provides emergency transportation and assistance. May assist Dorm staff in conducting searches and seizures in dorms, confiscating contraband and/or weapons. Maintains the security of Center facilities and property. Assists or performs Residential, Recreation, or Driver responsibilities when needed or if assigned by the Social Development Manager
on duty. Qualifications: A High school graduate/GED required. Requires a minimum of one year related experience in the public or private sector in security/safety and health. OSHA Certification required. Must possess a valid in-State Driver’s License and meet Company insurability requirements. Must be able to work evenings and weekends and possible holidays.
Snack Bar Assistant Cook (Part Time Position, 20 hours per week). Responsibilities: The qualified candidate operates the Student Store during the assigned hours. Ensures accurate accounting of all revenues generated from sales. Maintain appropriate and accurate records of all sales and related financial data. Conducts periodic inventories of store items and maintains accurate inventory records. Initiate purchase of replacement items and recommends new and/or revised items
for sale. Recommends that the store discontinue sale of items for which there appears to be limited interest. Maintain the cleanliness and sanitation of the Student Store. Recommend hiring of student aides. Oversees the activities of student aides assigned to the Store. Works closely with the Student Government Association Executive Committee in the overall operation of the Student Store and ensures student body satisfaction with the products offered. Qualifications: The qualified
candidate will be a minimum High School graduate; prefer Associate’s degree in business or related field. Prefer 1 year retail sales experience. Must be able to work evenings and weekends and possible holidays.
Substitute Instructors. Location: Edinburgh, IN and Indianapolis, IN. Responsibilities: Provide academic and vocational instructions to students, teaching from approved basic education curriculum or from a vocational trade curriculum. Available areas for academic instructors are applied math, applied reading, GED/HSD. Areas for vocational instructors are business technology, construction, culinary arts, electrical, security, and welding. Qualifications: Academic Substitute
Instructors- Bachelor’s Degree in Education with a valid in-State teaching certificate required. May be waived by Department of Labor temporarily in conjunction with approved development plan to acquire certification. Vocational Substitute Instructors- Bachelor’s degree in Vocational Education or equivalent experience on a year-for-year basis with demonstrated instructional ability. In-State Teaching Certificate preferred. Must possess a valid in-State Driver’s License and meet Company
WBL Advisor_IndyPendence. Location: Indianapolis, IN. Responsibilities: Follows all integrity guidelines and procedures and ensures no manipulation of student data. Establishes supportive/mentoring relationship with students throughout their enrollment. Conducts student employability rating evaluations. Provides support for enhancing student employability, ensuring continued participation in the Job Corps program and the administration of PCDP and individual student placement plan activities.
Participates in introduction to and provision of CDSS, Grad 90 and Career Transition Phase programs for students. Becomes active in the employment community (employers, labor unions, apprenticeship programs, military recruiters, advanced training programs, community colleges, etc.) to further the Center's WBL and placement goals. Visits Work-Based Learning sites and reports back to Coordinator, to include work-based student learning/employability assessment. Assists in establishing WBL sites,
transportation and related services. Conducts WBL site safety inspections, site visits and secures employer evaluations. Actively participates in Grad 90 student identification and panels and preparation for Career Transition Phase. Assists in Arranges for Home WBL and placement preparation during the Grad 90 program. Supports independent living instruction. Completes case notes and other necessary entries into CIS/PCDPs. Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required.
Prefer two years experience working with youth or combination of education and experience, preferably in a Job Corps or similar setting. One-year experience in sales, marketing, placement or counseling-related services. Must possess a valid in-State Driver’s License and meet the Company insurability requirements.
All positions of employment in Edinburgh IN except where indicated. To apply external candidates may submit a resume, or contact Human Resources Department, Phone: 812.314.6000, Fax: 812.314.6285, Email email@example.com, Mailing Address: Atterbury Job Corps Center, Human Resources Recruiter, P.O. Box 187, Edinburgh IN 46124.
4. Federal Government Jobs – to view open positions visit website at www.usajobs.com. Type “Indianapolis, IN” or your zip code in the box for “Where: (U.S. city, state or zip code)”. You can also use the keyword box to look for a certain type of position.
5. Hard2Hire – is an employment website for people such as individuals with disabilities, ex-offenders, older workers, and many others who have the hardest time finding the American dream. To learn about various employment opportunities visit website at http://www.hard2hire.com. When the page comes up, type in your zip code in the first box under “Find Your Job” and the job title of interest in the “keyword” box then
click the “Search” button.
6. Higher Education Jobs.Com – to learn about various employment opportunities with colleges and universities in Indiana visit website at http://www.higheredjobs.com/state/search.cfm?State=IN.
7. Home Services Product Services – seeks Residential Appliance Technician. Location: Indianapolis, IN. Job Summary: Provide timely and quality repairs of products in the customer’s home while maintaining high customer service. Products repaired include the following home appliances: Washers & Dryers, Gas & Electric Stoves, Microwave Ovens, Dishwashers, Trash Compactors, Garbage Disposers, Refrigeration (non-sealed systems), and other home appliances.
Additionally, technicians promote and sell additional products and services that directly impact the profitability of the company. We provide a service van, specialized tools, uniforms, laptop computer, cell telephone, and periodic training. Responsibilities: Work as a dedicated team member to ensure fast, flexible and expert service to every customer. Demonstrate a sense of urgency to meet customer time commitments. Successfully complete all Technician II training elements within required timeframes.
Meet key performance metrics and/or productivity goals as defined by the business. Provide knowledgeable and courteous repair service. Continuously look for methods to improve business performance and enhance the customer experience. Follow the Value Added Services Process (i.e., selling extended warranties, water filters, etc.) by effectively communicating the benefits to the customer. Provide direction to a Technical Helper, as applicable. Ability to receive truck stock at home if the company vehicle is retained
at the technician’s place of residence or other designated location. Mentor other technicians, as applicable. Maintain truck stock inventory within the prescribed company guidelines and standards. Follow the truck maintenance schedule and keep a clean, organized truck. Adhere to all company policies and procedures. Perform miscellaneous duties as assigned.
Preventative Maintenance Technician. Location: Indianapolis, IN. Responsibilities: Perform Preventive Maintenance Checks in the customer's home. Ride with or meet technician at designated location to assist on service call when assigned. Shuttle parts and supplies to technician when applicable. Provide courteous customer service. Work as a dedicated team member to ensure fast, flexible and expert service to every customer. Demonstrate a sense of urgency to meet customer time
commitments. Successfully complete all Technician training elements within required timeframes. Meet key performance metrics and/or productivity goals as defined by the business. Provide knowledgeable and courteous preventive maintenance service. Continuously look for methods to improve business performance and enhance the customer experience. Follow the Value Added Services Process (i.e., selling extended warranties, water filters, etc.) by effectively communicating the benefits to the
Customer. Receive truck stock at home if the company vehicle is retained at the technician's place of residence or other designated location. Maintain truck stock inventory within the prescribed company guidelines and standards. Follow the truck maintenance schedule and keep a clean, organized truck. Adhere to all company policies and procedures. Perform miscellaneous duties as assigned. Qualifications: High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred. Must possess and maintain a valid
state driver's license per company policy. Knowledge of basic electrical principles. Ability to use the Sears Smart Toolbox (SST) to input, access, modify, or output information. Experience with reading, understanding and able to navigate through information presented in diagram, blueprints, or other pictorial displays on the laptop computer. Experience using a laptop computer for service call processes, routing functions and parts/inquiries/ordering. Ability to communicate, read, understand, and apply written
text of a technical nature in order to answer questions, solve problems, or complete job tasks.
Apply online at www.searsholdings.com/careers for positions with Home Services Product Services, 3301 English Avenue, Indianapolis IN 46201, 847-286-2500.
8. Indiana Not-for-Profit News – to learn about various employment opportunities with non-profit organizations visit website at http://www.notforprofitnews.com/findajob/openingsindy.html.
9. Indy Hires – Out of work? Looking for a new career? Search new jobs posted in Indianapolis in the last 7 days. Visit website at http://indy.localhires.com. Type job title of interest in search box and click the “Search” button.
10. Ivy Tech Community College – has opportunities for a Customer Support Representatives; Corporate Trainer - Career Technical Instructor, Building Maintenance; Academic Advisor; Assistant Registrar; Faculty - Health Information Technology. Opportunities are also available in other areas of the college. Please visit the Ivy Tech Community College job site, https://jobs.ivytech.edu to
find out more detailed information on the following job opportunities and to apply. Click “Search Postings - All” located on the left side of the page. Then click in the “Campus” box, select “Indianapolis” and click the “Search” button.
11. Jobs in Indianapolis.com – to learn about various employment opportunities in Indianapolis visit website at http://www.jobsinindianapolis.com.
12. Kindred Healthcare – is currently seeking individuals to fill positions at Long Term Acute Care Hospitals: LPN Med Surg/Tele, LPN Vocational, RN House Supervisor, Cardiac Monitor Tech, and Hospital Sales Specialist/Clinical Liaison.
Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers: Admissions Coordinator, CNAs, LPNs, RNs, Unit Manager, Cook, Dietary Aide, Staff Development Coordinator, Regional Manager of Field Accounting, Director Nursing, Case Management Coordinator, Clinical Liaison, Accounts Receivable, Executive Director and Registered Dietitian.
Peoplefirst Rehabilitation: Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants, Rehab Technician, and Physical Therapists.
Opportunities are available in Indianapolis, Carmel, Greenwood and Greenfield. Apply online at http://www.kindredhealthcare.com. Select “Job Search” from the “CAREERS” menu at the top of the page. When the page comes up choose Long Term Acute Care Hospitals, Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers, or Peoplefirst Rehabilitation from the “Job Search” section. Next click on “Search jobs and apply”. Scroll down to the “Location” box or Click
on the “Location” tab and then do this. Select “Indiana” in the first box. Then select “Indianapolis” in the second box. Click the “Search for jobs” button. Select the job title of interest for more information and to apply.
13. Liberty Mutual Group – seeks a Agency Specialist. Job Summary: Responsible for profitable growth and new business production goals within assigned shared territory of agents, by developing and delivering agent-specific value solutions. Positions and creates demand for product and services through effective marketing programs highly responsive agency service, results analysis, engagement and retention plans enabling the company to reach its financial targets.
Participates as a partner of a high-effective Sales team in support of and partnership with Territory Managers and regional company leaders. Responsibilities: Develops and maintains an agency plant capable of producing profitable premium volume sufficient to meet territory annual assigned goals. Through the use of Agency Analysis, evaluates agencies and initiates action plans to identify and capitalize upon production opportunities and improve results within their assigned territory. Achieves
Written Premium and Loss Ratio results for specific territories throughout the company. Continually monitors key competitors within their assigned territory. Collects, analyzes and reports information pertaining to any changes in competitor activities that will impact the company's position in the territory. Suggests possible actions to mitigate the impact and improve the company's position in the marketplace. Trains, motivates and assists agency personnel in implementing company-marketing programs
to increase productivity and improve bottom line results. Develops a team relationship with Inside Sales, Licensing & Contracting, Product Management, Finance, Underwriting & Claims. Provides reports to Regional Sales Manager/Product Manager as directed. Maintains a satisfactory standard of expense control. Maintains and utilizes RAMP and other agency management tools to develop tactical agency plans and manage assigned territory, in order to generate expected territory results. Masters working
knowledge of all company operations, including but not limited to: Underwriting guidelines, procedures and service standards, policy and coverages, payment processing procedures, Commission Statements, SNAP, Company Rating Software, Claims procedures and service standards, all PC based Sales Tools. Grow new Agency Market Business Insurance sales through independent agents in the assigned territory. Develop and maintain excellent rapport and relationships with agency staff and internal contacts all via the
telephone. Partner with Sales manager and Outside Territory Managers to create strategies toward achieving sales objectives. Monitor assigned agency results, establish proactive outbound call plan and respond to inbound calls from agents. Prepare for agency calls by analyzing agency specific data with follow up on a regular agency call report and provide analysis and assessment of sales results for assigned group of agents. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Requires a Bachelor's Degree
and 3 years of experience in Insurance or 5+ years in outside marketing. Highly effective oral and written communication skills required. Requires knowledge of insurance products and services. Apply online at http://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=28e7d88ce23414f4bfefd5da31c4755c.
Manager, Business Systems Projects. Job Summary: Manages a project of high risk and value (providing a change to technology or business direction) or a product, operation or portfolio. Projects, products or operations are generally more critical and have broader scope and more impact than those delivered by individual contributors. Manages team which is generally composed of a minimum of 8-10 people. Responsibilities: Manages team responsible for development and oversight of multiple
small-scale projects, primarily focused on business analysis functions. Additionally, oversees a team responsible for security/audit functions. Participates in the development of business and/or I/S vision, critical success factors and operating plans; develops and communicates unit vision, strategies, critical success factors and plans. Hires and manages individual contributors and leaders of projects; coaches and counsels team members. Defines individual performance objectives and development plans and insures
alignment with project and unit objectives. Appraises and evaluates team and individual performance and makes compensation recommendations; oversees the appraisal process. Enhances business partnerships and creates workflow efficiencies by maintaining positive relationships with established clients; may work with clients on emerging relationships; balances individual client needs with business priorities. Develops financial plan and manages to it; may assist with unit financial plan. Develops, implements and
executes project plans for projects or assignments; establishes scope and schedule; assigns, coordinates and monitors projects and assignments; oversees staff deployment. Initiates process improvement activities which enhance overall effectiveness; proactively seeks ways to improve human resource and other management processes. Works with other departments to direct, manage and coordinate interdepartmental activities in order to ensure that Liberty meets both internal and external customer expectations. Coordinates
and participates in problem resolution as needed to ensure that customers receive prompt, efficient service in accordance with company policies. Ensures system, technical and product architectures are aligned with business objectives. Qualifications: Bachelor's or Master's Degree in technical or business discipline or equivalent experience. Generally a minimum of 8 years related experience with 3 years in leadership role desirable. Thorough knowledge of business functions and thorough knowledge of business
operations, objectives and strategies. In-depth knowledge of business analysis processes and IT standards and guidelines. Knowledge of management concepts, practices and techniques. Ability to promote a team environment. Strong negotiation, facilitation and consensus building skills. Strong oral and written communications skills; presentation skills. Apply online http://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=f9835adab26bae84f696d69e59c862e6.
14. Pike Electric – has an openings for Class A Lineman – Overhead. Location: Noblesville, IN. Job Summary: This is a skilled position in the construction, maintenance and repair of electrical overhead distribution systems. Responsibilities: Work safely while performing new construction, maintenance or repair work of energized and de-energized overhead work. Capable of leading crew members in the absence of the Foreman. Stringing
overhead wire. Setting poles and anchors. Installing transformers, lightening arrestors, cutouts, crossarms, insulators, switches and switchgear. Troubleshooting trouble in primary and secondary systems. Replaces cutout fuses and clears faulted circuits and systems. Frequently works with energized high voltage systems requiring skill and care to protect the lives of themselves and others. Maintains company vehicles, equipment and tools in good working order. Does all other related work as required to complete
the job. Qualifications: Able to perform rigorous physical labor. Able to identify primary and secondary voltage on a circuit. Must be familiar with induced voltage. Understands grounding procedures. Capable of working at heights and/or confined spaces. Capable of properly installing and removing PPE and cover up. Must be able to climb different types of structures (wood, steel, etc.) and possess the necessary tools to do so. Understands grounding procedures. Understands how to phase out a line using
phasing sticks. Capable of planning safe work based on a job print or work order. Understands how to obtain a one shot on a recloser. Must be able to effectively conduct a pre-job or tailgate briefing. Must be able to safely perform a reconductoring job. Capable of safely installing and removing mechanical jumpers. Understands how to use a load bust tool. Able to properly inspect rubber goods and PPE. Able to obtain a Commercial Driver’s License. Commercial Driver’s License is preferred. Able to travel
long distances on short notice, when required. Able to work for extended periods in various locations, when required. Able to lift in excess of 50 lbs. Must be able to work outside, frequently in inclement weather. Willing to work over-time when requested. Self-Motivated. Team-Oriented. Customer Oriented. Must be able to follow Company safety rules and all other Company policies. Apply online at http://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=31781a767ad250d94dbab47eb284b088.
To view job description online visit website at http://www.pike.com/people/default.aspx?cpUrl=http://careers.peopleclick.com. When the page comes up, select “Noblesville, IN Area” in the “Select Location (s)”. Then click the “Search” button at the bottom of the page. Select the job title to view job description.
15. PPG Industries – is now hiring an Account Development Manager. Job Summary: Provision of excellent customer service to nominated customer accounts in a designated territory in order to retain, and where possible, grow business to contribute to the profitable performance of the Dealer channel. The ADM will also be expected to identify and make initial contact with prospective new dealer accounts. Responsibilities: Using a weekly call schedule, make regular quality
sales calls on existing dealer accounts and ensures prompt follow-up and response to any specific customer needs. Ensure Dealers have all the necessary tools to promote PPG products (i.e. supply of color cards, literature, promotional material, etc). Establish and maintain good working relationships with Dealer store personnel. Use initiative in handling customer problems, complaints and warranty issues. Resolve problems in a timely manner. Be responsible for account receivables in territory and ensure
compliance with credit policies. Conduct regular one-on-one in-store product/sales training for dealer associates. Organize/conduct dealer/end-user education and product information seminars. Achieve Price and Margin targets by managing pricing, credits, job quotes and follow up on expiring job quotes. Seek to identify new Dealer business opportunities. Through market visits or use of research tools (internet, yellow pages, etc) identify new dealer prospects and work with Region Manager to secure new business.
Carry out responsibilities in an accident-free, ethical manner in accordance with PPG policy. Qualifications: A bachelor degree, particularly in business or retail marketing is desired, but not essential. At least 2 years experience in a retail servicing role, ideally with coatings experience. Exceptional interpersonal, communication, negotiating and presentation skills are necessary. Significant travel is required. Occasional weekend, evenings and overnight stays will also be expected. Must possess
a valid Driver's License and have maintained a motor vehicle record within acceptable limits as prescribed by PPG. Bilingual Spanish candidates are preferred. Apply online at http://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=2a4edf8fde63b490a04654c8f965fba8.
16. Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel and Suites – is currently accepting applications for Banquet Server. Responsibilities: Serve all catered food and beverage items to our guests during private events in a timely, friendly, enthusiastic and professional manner, also the Banquet Server ensures the station and table set ups are complete and meet departmental standards prior to service. At the end of each shift, you will clear tables and transport all equipment in the proper manner.
In this role, you will work closely with Banquet House Attendants and will collaborate with other departments in the hotel to enhance the guests' experience. Qualifications: The ideal candidate must enjoy interacting and conversing with guests as well as working closely within a team. Candidate with bartending experience is preferred. The ability to maintain a clean and safe working environment is critical to this role.
Barista. Responsibilities: Prepartion and service of coffee and other beverages. Qualifications: This position requires a warm personality and a focus on customer service.
Bartender. Responsibilities: Prepare and service beverages for servers and guests in a quick, efficient and friendly and professional manner. Ensure that guests are served in accordance to State and local guidelines regarding the service of alcohol. Other responsibilities include maintaining a clean bar area, processing payments, and taking inventory of the bar. Qualifications: 1-2 Years Bartending Experience. 1 year Food Server Experience. Must have current/valid Indiana
liquor license. Must have availability to work from 2pm - close (latest 2am) each day of the week.
Front Desk Agent. Responsibilities: Welcoming our guests and accurately verifying all information during the check in process and following up during check out. Assisting guests with safety deposit boxes and posting miscellaneous charges.Another important responsibility is to promote and provide outstanding recognition and benefits to all of our Starwood Preferred Guests. Qualifications: accuracy and accountability of payment verification, process of deposits, check cashing
and exchange of currency is essential.
Guest Relations Supervisor. Responsibilities: Providing efficient service and creating memorable experiences by making emotional connections with all of our guests. In this position, you will have a direct impact on the overall experience of our hotel guests and be responsible for ensuring 100% satisfaction from the moment guests arrive at the hotel until they check out.
Guest Services Associate. Responsibilities: Answer all calls promptly, using the guest's name and following an established script. Recognize guest needs and expeditiously resolve any guest issues with care and comfort.
To be included, we are inviting you to apply online at www.sheraton.jobs/indianapolis.jobs/indianapolis. Candidates who do not apply online cannot be considered. We regret that we are unable to provide either work authorization sponsorship or relocation for this position. Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel &Suites, 8787 Keystone Crossing Indianapolis, IN 46240, Phone (317) 846-2700, Fax (317) 574-6721.
17. The Jones Group – has openings for Sales Associate. Responsibilities: Being a leader in superior sales execution, providing an outstanding shopping experience to our customers through product knowledge, trend awareness and exceptional customer care. This enthusiastic and professional sales associate is a team player with the ability to maintain the sales floor to Company standards, and comply with all Company policies and procedures. This position demonstrates excellence
in all areas of sale and merchandising standards. Achieves or exceeds all personal sales and productivity goals while abiding by all loss prevention policies. Provides respectful, attentive service to the guests throughout the store. Utilizes dynamic communication skills to build and maintain guest relationships. Actively maintains merchandising, organization and housekeeping standards in all areas of the store. Complies with all register transaction policies. Ability to collaborate and communicate in an
effective and professional manner with all corporate and retail partners through all permissible media, including e-mail and telephone. Perform additional job duties/responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications: At least 1-2 years of retail experience preferred. Ability to assist management members with bank deposits as needed as well as to attend mandatory Company meetings. Full time Sales Associates must have the ability to work shifts on days, nights, holidays and weekends according to the needs
of the business. Part time Sales Associates must have the ability to work shifts on holidays and weekends according to the needs of the business. Day and evening flexibility preferred. Ability to converse, read and write in English. Fluency in a secondary language preferred but not required. Working knowledge of basic math functions. Physical requirements include the ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time, frequently reach with hands and arms, twist, bend frequently, stoop, squat, lift and
carry up to 15 pounds and push/pull up to 30 pounds. Ability to effectively maneuver within all areas of the sales floor and stock room. Ability to ascend and descend ladders and to use and operate all store equipment as needed. Ability to effectively communicate with and professionally collaborate with Store Manager and store team. Maintains brand integrity in all areas of visual displays and customer service. Maintains cleanliness and organizational standards so that the store is a neat, clean and safe
environment for all associates. Apply online at http://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=4156d8270a6ddf34f404859b558c63fe and http://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=a712e91b18149e6bb8012e1fc753e115.
Senior Sales Associate. Responsibilities: Being a leader in superior sales execution, providing an outstanding shopping experience for our customers through product knowledge, trend awareness and exceptional customer care. This enthusiastic and professional sales associate also provides delegated management support and is depended upon to both open and close the store as needed, with all deposit and opening/closing procedures followed strictly and consistently. Qualifications: Experience:
At least 2 years of retail experience preferred. High School diploma or equivalent preferred. Ability to make bank deposits and attend mandatory Company meetings. Ability to work shifts on days, nights, holidays and weekends according to the needs of the business. Ability to converse, read and write in English. Fluency in a secondary language preferred but not required. Physical requirements include the ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time, frequently reach with hands and arms, twist, bend frequently,
stoop, squat, lift and carry up to 15 pounds and push/pull up to 30 pounds. Ability to effectively maneuver within all areas of the sales floor and stock room. Ability to ascend and descend ladders and to use and operate all store equipment as needed. Ability to effectively communicate with and professionally collaborate with Store Manager and store team. Ability to assist the Store Manager as needed with effectively training, supervising and developing a highly qualified store staff. Maintains brand integrity
in all areas of visual displays and customer service. Maintains cleanliness and organizational standards so that the store is a neat, clean and safe environment for all associates. Apply online at http://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=8098356e98c629ffb68b4ac4537d8a99 and http://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=f9993f8c0be7c7e59154e25314eb4e17.
Assistant Store Manager. Responsibilities: Assisting the store manager with the management of sales, staff development, operations, merchandising and expenses while also providing exceptional customer service. The successful First Assistant Manager has excellent communication skills as well as a passion for fashion and team work. This position leads and inspires all store associates to achieve or exceed personal and store goals, while demonstrating a commitment to consistently excellent customer
service and full compliance with all Company policies and procedures. Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent required. College degree preferred. Experience: At least 1-2 years of retail management experience preferred. Ability to make bank deposits and attend mandatory Company meetings. Ability to work days, nights, holidays and weekends according to the needs of the business. Ability to work independently, prioritize responsibilities and multi-task with an appropriate level of urgency.
Ability to converse, read and write in English. Fluency in a secondary language preferred but not required. Ability to communicate effectively with Store Manager on all areas of team and store performance. Ability to effectively maneuver within all areas of the sales floor and stock room. Ability to exemplify professional behavior and conduct as per Company standards. Ability to ascend and descend ladders and to use and operate all store equipment as needed. Analytical abilities with working
knowledge of basic retail math functions. Maintains cleanliness and organizational standards so that the store is a neat, clean and safe environment for all associates. Maintains brand integrity in all areas of visual displays and customer service. Physical requirements include the ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time, frequently reach with hands and arms, twist, bend frequently, stoop, squat, lift and carry up to 15 pounds and push/pull up to 30 pounds. Apply online at http://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=4d0ca44475e81144d3844a7f2abf29c1 and http://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=06df86214a879795917c322f4211f143.
The Jones Group (Nine West) stores are located at 8702 Keystone Crossing, Space #152, Indianapolis 46240 and Circle Center Mall, 49 West Maryland Street, Space E17A, Indianapolis 46225.
18. United Way of Central Indiana – is currently looking to fill the position of Intern, BackPack Attack. Responsibilities: Recruit past and new donor businesses and organizations to participate in the drive. Communicate (verbal, written, electronic) with donor businesses and organizations throughout the drive. Collect and manage donor information in an Access database and generate appropriate reports. Provide support and information to the Collection Captains of donor
businesses and organizations. Coordinate the delivery of collection bins, posters, and t-shirts to donor businesses and organizations. Assist with updating and producing the BackPack Attack communication materials, including web pages. schedule donor businesses and organizations to drop off their supplies at the warehouse. Work in the supply warehouse to greet and track donor businesses and organizations. Maintain and update the calendar for the drive and send updates to all donors and partners. Communicate and
coordinate with the other partners that organize the drive. Plan and staff special events, including the Kick Off and Celebration Lunch. Serve on the BackPack Attack Coordinating Committee and participate in the annual retreat. Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Upper level undergraduate or graduate candidate with at least a 3.0 GPA preferred. Relevant work or volunteer experience in marketing, public relations, education, communications, management, social work, or customer service
preferred. Must have demonstrated effective written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to work with a diverse group of partners, volunteers, and donors. Must be detail-oriented. Project management skills required. Reliable transportation and a flexible schedule with evening and/or weekend work to accommodate deadlines and volunteer schedules required. The targeted resume deadline is February 08, 2011. However, resumes may be accepted until the position is
filled, regardless of the targeted deadline.
Intern, Days of Caring. Responsibilities: Organize and manage all logistical aspects of Youth Day of Caring and Day of Caring events. Initiate and maintain positive relationships with non-profit organizations to help develop and evaluate volunteer projects. Actively recruit volunteers from various stakeholders, including youth groups, students, corporate groups, individuals and families to volunteer. Initiate and maintain ongoing communication with volunteers to better determine appropriate
placements, volunteer satisfaction, and other appropriate information. Coordinate surveys, evaluations, and other outcome measurements for volunteer programs. Match volunteer projects with volunteer groups based on appropriate criteria. Maintain an accurate and efficient system/database of event volunteers. Manage program mailing lists and other pertinent volunteer contact information. Visit volunteer sites during the event to ensure problems are resolved, work is going smoothly and to take pictures, etc. Create
and implement a promotional strategy for both events in collaboration with Volunteer Center staff. Act as primary contact for most news and print media. Produce final event reports, including statistics and survey results. Display an exemplary degree of customer service. Maintain updates and new placements in Volunteer Solutions online database software as needed. Enter appropriate updates into Andar data system. Promote a cooperative spirit within the organization and among internal and external United Way participants.
Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications: High school graduation required. Associates degree or two years of college education required. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Experience in the non-profit sector or previous experience in working with volunteers desired. Previous experience coordinating logistics for events desired, but not required. Must be detail-oriented and have effective written and oral communication and interpersonal skills. Must be self-motivated, self-directed, able to handle
multiple tasks, manage time efficiently, prioritize responsibilities, while working independently with minimal supervision. A valid driver's license and reliable transportation required. The targeted resume deadline is February 8, 2011; however resumes may be accepted until the position is filled, regardless of the targeted deadline.
Associate, Donor Relations – Workplace. Responsibilities: Develop, retain and significantly grow the level of financial support and commitment to United Way of Central Indiana (UWCI). Maintain and continuously develop relationships with key constituents at various levels within assigned company and individual accounts. Identify viable opportunities for additional involvement with UWCI. Work closely with these constituents to plan, organize and implement campaign and other
United Way activities to ensure a successful, stronger and sustained United Way commitment. Aggressively identify, recruit and develop new business prospects to ensure continued campaign growth. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. At least three years of relevant equivalent experience in marketing, sales and/or fundraising preferred, valid driver’s license, state mandated automobile insurance and reliable transportation are required.
Reading Specialist, ReadUP. Job Summary: ReadUP is a tutoring program which targets fourth and fifth graders who are one to one and half years behind in reading. Tutors are volunteers whose companies allow them to donate one hour of their time per week. Tutors are trained on Bloom’s Taxonomy and district reading strategies. The Reading Specialist will travel to different schools on Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays and provide feedback for tutors on how they can improve reading instruction
as well as model reading strategies. The Reading Specialists will also be responsible for training the volunteers to be tutors for ReadUP. Qualifications: The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in Education and at least five years of classroom experience (preferably elementary) and be knowledgeable about best practices in reading. This is a part time, contract position from January through May 2011. Hours will vary.
Interested persons should submit a resume, cover letter and three professional references to: United Way of Central Indiana Human Resources, 3901 N. Meridian Street, P.O. Box 88490, Indianapolis, IN 46208-0409 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 317-921-1329.
19. USA Track & Field - is currently searching for candidates for Marketing & Communications Coordinator. Responsibilities: Brainstorming and executing new media initiatives, Management of USATF’s Athlete of the Week program, Writing and editing press releases, blogs and magazine articles, Fielding media inquiries, Developing and maintaining athlete biographies, Pitching human-interest and other stories to the local and national media, Management of the USATF
publications calendar, ensuring that each magazine is developed and printed in a timely manner, Assist with event recaps, sponsor relations and other marketing initiatives. Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in the area of journalism, marketing, public relations or related field is preferred, At least 1-3 years experience in the Olympic sports movement or related sports environment in communications, media operations, or sports information. A working knowledge of USATF programs is a significant
plus, Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office software, including Word, and Excel, Intimate knowledge of social media and new media technology including Facebook, Twitter and Flipcams, Excellent written, oral and public presentation skills, Demonstrated ability to manage a number of projects and handle large amounts of quantitative and qualitative data. USATF is accepting applications until the position is filled. No phone inquiries. Please mark all correspondence with “Marketing & Communications
Merchandise Sales Coordinator (Three Openings). Responsibilities: Solicit orders from new and prospective customers, Develop a thorough working knowledge of USATF programs, products, policies, and procedures with the ability to respond to questions regarding membership, merchandise, and other events and programs, Optimize sales by developing an account base (particularly team sales to clubs/schools), Collaborate with key USATF personnel to align merchandise activities with USATF programs and goals,
Outline goals and objectives while effectively managing budgets and expenditures, Build the USA Track & Field brand and execute brand initiatives, Identify new opportunities for new products and new sales channels, Build strong relationships with various constituents including consumers, event organizers, volunteer groups and coaches, Outline goals and objectives while effectively managing budgets and expenditures, and Manage inventory strategically and proactively. Qualifications: Bachelor’s
degree in Business, Marketing, Sports Management, or related field plus 2 years work experience in a sales environment, Retail and/or vendor sales experience, including knowledge of the sports or fitness industries preferred, Strong interest or experience in the running and track & field industry preferred, Ability to manage complex schedules, prioritize workloads, and handle multiple projects, Demonstrated initiative and the ability to adapt to and embrace change, Excellent organizational, problem-solving,
and customer service skills, Ability to network, utilize resources, and exercise a high degree of professionalism, Strong team player and ability to work cooperatively with others, Proven Microsoft Office experience with a strong proficiency in Excel, Demonstrated ability to work error free, Detail oriented with effective verbal and written communication skills, Ability to work varied business hours and work weekends, Ability to write clear, concise reports and e-mail correspondence, Ability to drive for long
periods of time and lift heavy objects weighing up to 50-60 lbs, Possess a valid drivers license, and Desire and ability to travel extensively. Please mark all correspondence with "Merchandise Sales Coordinator".
Tour Operator. Responsibilities: Develop a thorough working knowledge of USATF programs, products, policies, and procedures with the ability to respond to questions regarding membership, merchandise, and other events and programs, Collaborate with key USATF personnel to align tour activities with USATF programs and goals, Build the USA Track & Field brand and execute brand initiatives, Sell merchandise and manage inventory, Build strong relationships with various constituents including consumers,
event organizers, volunteer groups and coaches, Outline goals and objectives while effectively managing budgets and expenditures, Continuously evaluate progress and provide feedback to the USATF National Office, and A two-year commitment to the program. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Marketing, Sports Management, or related field, Retail and/or vendor sales experience, including knowledge of the sports or fitness industries preferred, Ability to manage complex schedules, prioritize
workloads, and handle multiple projects with limited direction or supervision, Demonstrated initiative and the ability to adapt to and embrace change, Excellent organizational, problem-solving, and customer service skills, Ability to network, utilize resources, and exercise a high degree of professionalism, Strong team player and ability to work cooperatively with others, Effective verbal and written communication skills, Ability to write clear, concise reports and e-mail correspondence, Ability to drive for
long periods of time and lift heavy objects weighing up to 50-60 lbs, Possess a valid drivers license, and Desire and ability to travel extensively. Please mark all correspondence with "Tour Operator".
Send resumes to USA Track & Field, Human Resources Department, 132 E. Washington St., Suite 800, Indianapolis, IN 46204 or Fax: 317-261-0514 or E-mail: Patty.Hogan@usatf.org.
2011 Summer Applications. If you are preparing for a career in sports, we encourage you to consider an internship position with USA Track & Field. We believe you will find this to be a good educational experience and a great launch into a career in the sport industry. Summer internships with USA Track & Field generally last 10-12 weeks, depending on the situation, and generally begin the last few weeks in May or the first week in June - start and end dates are flexible based on the needs of
each department and intern candidate. Each intern will be paid a monthly stipend of about $800.00, will have the choice to receive a monthly parking pass for a parking facility near our downtown office and will be responsible for their own housing. All internships with USA Track & Field are based in Indianapolis, Indiana. To find out more information about positions available go to http://www.usatf.org/about/employment/internships. Summer
2011 - applications due February 18, 2011.
20. YMCA – is looking for Program Coordinator II – Teens & Family. Wage: $10.70 - $12.80/Hr. Job Summary: Administration and supervision of the designated programs (Teens, Youth & Family, Preschool, Day Camp- Fishers and Northern Hamilton County)and activities. Additional duties include program development and promotion and the supervision of the employees and volunteers, including assisting in hiring, training, scheduling and evaluating of employees
and/or volunteers. Responsibilities include maintaining and improving the quality and involvement and retention of participants and being aware of current trends in the field. Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years, have a high school diploma, or its equivalent, and at least 3-4 years of relevant experience. Knowledge in the areas of YMCA programs and volunteers. Administrative skills needs for this position include computer skills, personnel management skills, organizational skills, scheduling
and record keeping skills. Exemplary human relation and motivational skills are needed. May be available to work as a member of the YMCA Management Team when needed. Excellent communication and organizational skills needed. Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding personal information on children, family and YMCA staff. Current certifications in CPR, First Aid, Safety & Risk Management, Child Abuse Prevention, New Employee Orientation and other department and/or Branch designated training, or the
ability to obtain within 60-90 days of employment. Administrative skills including ability to maintain appropriate program documentation and statistical reporting. Deadline to apply is February 21, 2011. To apply send cover letter with resume, with 3-5 professional references to YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, 615 N. Alabama Street, Suite 200, Indianapolis IN 46204, Attention: Human Resources or Email: email@example.com.
There are 311 part-time openings for these positions: Member Services Representative II; Hospitality Desk Representative; Activity Leader I (Teens, Youth & Family, Youth Enrichment, Before/After School, SPARKS); Program Instructor I (Sports, Group Exercise); Child Care Aide; Assistant Teacher – Kindergarten Plus; Head Lifeguard; Program Coordinator I (Aquatics, Child Watch, Environmental, Resident Camp; Camp Registrar; Camp Registrar II; Camp Site Director I, Junior Camp Counselor, Camp Counselor, Senior
Camp Counselor, Camp Nurse; Program Specialist II, Program Instructor II (Swim Coach, Aquatics, Homeschool, Naturalist); Specialty Program Instructor I (Zuumba); Specialty Program Instructor II (Personal Trainer); Teen Center Assistant; Wellness Coach I; Americorps Summer Members; Site Director I; Assistant Site Director ; Site Supervisor; Food Service Assistant and Custodian II. Visit website at www.indymca.org/jobs to learn more about these positions and how to apply. Then search for the type of job you
are looking for (full-time, part-time, seasonal or internship).
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