- Counter Sales RepresentativeFerguson – Posted by Andiebritt
Ferguson is currently seeking the right individual to fill an immediate need for a Counter Sales Representative. Responsibilities: Operate cash registers and follows established cash handling procedures Maintain a safe working environment including PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Prepare and stage orders for customer pick up Maintain store appearance and merchandising standards as advised Ensure that merchandise is restocked and placed in their respective areas Actively engage in developing more effective customer service skills Provides honest and trustworthy advice to customers regarding the best products that fit the customers’ expectations Make deliveries as needed Qualifications: Have a high school diploma/GED or equivalent education Driver's license Basic knowledge of products is preferred Ability to lift, load, and deliver merchandise General math skills to allow for cash accounting An ability to learn is a must have! Excellent decision making and communication skills
Location: AlbanyNew York, United States
- AlbanyNew York, United States
- Date Posted
- 29 Sep 2022
- Arizona Regional Organizing Director (East Valley)nextgen – Posted by nextgen
- TempeArizona, United States
- Date Posted
- 28 Sep 2022
- Maintenance/Construction Technician I – ENTRY LEVEL!NCDOT Ferry – Posted by Dan
- Manns HarborNorth Carolina, United States
- Date Posted
- 28 Sep 2022
- Activity Therapist Coordinatormarie.firstname.lastname@example.org – Posted by email@example.com
The Division of Developmental Disabilities is seeking to hire an Activity Therapist Coordinator for the Kiley Developmental Center located in Waukegan, Illinois to coordinate therapeutic activity programs designed to meet the developmental needs of the Center’s individuals. Serves as designated lead worker. Makes detailed analysis and evaluation of individuals’ needs and their responses to treatment. Provides individual and group activity therapy programs. Conducts activity therapy training programs for employees, volunteers and other agencies. Attends and actively participates in training. Determines the equipment and supplies needs of the Activity Therapy program and requisitions such.
- Coordinates therapeutic activity programs designed to meet the developmental needs of the Center’s individuals.
- As a skilled member of the treatment team, makes detailed analysis and evaluation of individuals’ needs and their responses to treatment.
- Provides individual and group activity therapy programs.
- Serves as designated lead worker.
- Conducts activity therapy training programs for employees, volunteers and other agencies.
- Attends and actively participates in training.
- Determines the equipment and supplies needs of the Activity Therapy program and requisitions such.
- Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above.
- Minimum Qualifications
- Requires a bachelor’s degree with a major in therapeutic recreation, music therapy, art therapy, dance therapy and drama therapy, leisure studies or recreation with a specialization in recreational therapy, including successful completion of approved internship, fieldwork or practicum, supplemented by two years of professional experience as an Activity Therapist
- Requires a master’s degree with a major in therapeutic recreation, music therapy, art therapy, dance therapy, drama therapy, leisure studies or recreation with a specialization in recreational therapy and one year of professional experience as an Activity Therapist.
- Conditions of Employment
- Requires the ability to physically restrain individuals as necessary to prevent injury to individual or others.
- Requires the ability to work after business hours, weekends and holidays.
- Requires ability to pass the IDHS background check.
- Requires ability to pass a drug screen for drugs prohibited from recreational use under Illinois Law.
- Requires the ability to meet all agency vaccine/health-related policies and guidance.
Work Hours: Mon - Fri, 11:30am - 8:00pm; Works two weekends per month. Work Location: 1401 W Dugdale Rd Waukegan, IL 60085-6263
Division of Developmental Disabilities Kiley Developmental Center
Active Treatment Agency Contact: DHS.HiringUnit@Illinois.gov
Job Family: Social Serviceshttps://illinois.jobs2web.com/job/Waukegan-ACTIVITY-THERAPIST-COORDINATOR-IL-60085-6263/940232000/
Location: WaukeganIllinois, United States
- WaukeganIllinois, United States
- Date Posted
- 28 Sep 2022
- Communications AssociateRiver Network – Posted by NSILK
SALARY & TERM: $42,000 to $55,000/year for a full time / 1 FTE (40 hours/week), exempt position with comprehensive benefits including: medical, dental, and vision health insurance; 403b retirement savings plan; vacation and well-being leave; employee assistance program; life insurance; technology stipend; and paid holidays. POSITION SUMMARY: River Network seeks an early career professional with an interest in communications and social media to join our dynamic Philanthropy & Communications team. This position begins with a research project investigating River Network communications practices from the lens of equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) and comparing to best practices in the space, culminating in a set of recommendations. Following this project, the primary role of this position is to help implement these findings, executing and improving our audience engagement efforts across social media and other channels, thereby allowing River Network to further spread its message and learning opportunities for greater reach and influence around efforts to advance clean water and healthy rivers for all, and attract new supporters. This position is designed to interact with River Network’s audience and members, serving their needs and interests as well as River Network’s communications goals. The Communications Associate will work closely and collaborate with the Membership & Communications Manager, the Brand and Communications Director, the Philanthropy & Communications team, and other relevant staff members to execute River Network’s social media strategy annually. They will also be responsible for external aspects of audience communication and engagement as described in the Essential Functions below. The ideal candidate has an interest in and aptitude for communications and social media, the ability to generate fresh ideas and novel solutions, a desire to support and frequently interact with River Network members and followers, a deep commitment to EDI, and an open and collaborative mindset that allows for thoughtful storytelling. ABOUT RIVER NETWORK: River Network envisions a future of clean and ample water for people and nature, where local caretakers are well-equipped, effective and courageous champions for our rivers. River Network’s mission is to empower and unite people and communities to protect and restore rivers and other waters that sustain all life. Visit www.rivernetwork.org to learn more about our current priorities. Our headquarters are in Boulder, Colorado and we have staff located in communities across the U.S. We are committed to embracing diversity, equity and inclusion in all areas to achieve our mission – explore our core values and commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, our explanation for why equity, diversity an inclusion are the foundation of our mission, and our principles for equitable and inclusive work. Through our programs, we seek to connect with all communities and increase the impact of their efforts to secure clean and ample water. Through our internal practices and external leadership, we seek an inclusive workplace culture that attracts diverse staff, board, members, and supporters. Find information about our financials here (annual reports, financial statement, 990). ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
- Conduct a one-time inclusive communications analysis, researching best practices and analyzing current River Network strategies and tactics, and sharing findings with the network.
- Collaborate with Communications Director and Communications Manager to implement suggested changes and recommendations from inclusive communications analysis across specific communications channels further identified below.
- Execute and expand River Network’s social media presence, including graphic creation and follower engagement, helping turn followers into River Network members and supporters.
- Support membership recruitment and stewardship efforts as directed by Membership & Communications Manager, including campaigns, renewals, and other administration of membership benefits.
- Manage email audience database in Mailchimp, updating bounced emails and employing other list management best practices.
- Explore and implement new audience engagement opportunities including welcome journeys, additional engagement campaigns, retargeting and others as identified in collaboration with other Philanthropy & Communications staff.
- Serve as primary moderator for River Network’s Online Community, hosted within Mobilize.
- Support the planning of River Network’s signature national conference, River Rally:
- Coordinate with the Membership & Communications Manager on social media promotion.
- Assist with some specialized communications.
- On-site communications and logistics support, as identified in the planning process.
- One or more years professional communications experience, including internships or hands-on volunteer positions with experience developing and implementing successful communications strategies and campaigns.
- Exceptional written communication skills, proven experience translating complex and technical concepts into compelling and clear messages for specific audiences.
- Detail-oriented, with proven experience managing multiple projects simultaneously, delivering assignments within stringent deadlines, and effective communication around shifting needs and/or priorities.
- Technologically savvy, with proficiency in communications tools (including most of the following: Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, TikTok, Hootsuite, Mailchimp, Canva), and MS Office programs (Word, Outlook, etc.).
- Willingness to travel when necessary to attend organizational events, including national River Rally conference, staff retreat, and other events as identified.
- Knowledge of and/or interest in following current and evolving trends in the nonprofit communications space.
- Commitment to values of mutual respect and collaboration, teamwork, and embracing and promoting diversity.
- Some topic knowledge of the environmental and water sectors is preferred, but not required.
- Some familiarity with digital accessibility is preferred, but not required.
- Experience with or willingness to learn Adobe Suite, WordPress, Salesforce, mail merge, and video editing skills are great to have, but not required. Training and/or professional development opportunities will be made available as needed.
- Date Posted
- 26 Sep 2022
- Assistant Director of Annual Giving – Digital PhilanthropyUniversity of North Texas – Posted by University of North Texas
- DentonTexas, United States
- Date Posted
- 26 Sep 2022
- Youth Specialistinfo@fwtransformation.org – Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org
Center for Urban Transformation Overview: Houston’s Fifth Ward is a culturally rich, historically black, and rapidly changing community. Today’s Fifth Ward is over half latinx, has one of the highest densities of churches of any Houston neighborhood, and is gentrifying due to proximity to downtown and large development projects. Fifth Ward is also home to trailblazers such as the now-deceased Congressman Mickey Leland and Congresswoman Barbara Jordan, and cultural icons the Cotton Club, Deluxe Theater, and Rap-a-Lot records. The Center for Urban Transformation (CUT) was launched to close gaps in services in the neighborhood to support the community thriving, given its currently high poverty and crime rates, and low rates of high school and college graduation and other indicators of economic success and health. CUT was launched by a collaboration between Legacy Community Health (an FQHC clinic), Houston Habitat for Humanity, Pleasant Hill Ministries (a 93-year-old church), the Fifth Ward Community Redevelopment Corporation, and the Berg & Androphy law firm. Diversion & Empathy Initiatives A collaboration between CUT, Fifth Ward schools, the Harris County District Attorney’s Office, the Harris County Department of Juvenile Probation, and other stakeholders, CUT houses a diversion and preventative program aiming to break the school-to-prison pipeline and build a culture of compassion. Fifth Ward youth who are arrested, or at risk of involvement with the justice system, can be referred to the Center for one-on-one optional case management, instead of having charges filed against them for certain alleged crimes. Program participants meet with Youth Specialists (case managers) regularly to identify and meet goals, talk through emotionally-charged situations, and connect with resources they and their families may need such as for housing, mental health, or food. Youth Specialists serve the family as well as the individual youth client. Most youth clients are between ages 12 and 24 years old. In addition, CUT houses an afterschool program, summer camp, and other programming designed to build emotional literacy and restorative circles/restorative justice practices. Youth Specialists also participate in, and support the implementation of, these preventative initiatives. Job Summary: Provide navigation, goal-setting, and emotional support, creating empathetic relationships to improve the quality of life of youth and their families, both one-on-one and in group settings. Responsibilities include:
- Support youth in setting goals for themselves, and in identifying and enacting achievable steps to realize those goals
- Connect youth and their families to services and resources they identify that they need, such as for food, housing, hygiene & clothing supplies, academic supports (e.g. tutoring), transportation (e.g. bus passes), mental health and physical health
- Provide empathic listening support to students in emotional processing and thinking through difficult situations, and in choosing how to respond to such situations
- While maintaining confidentiality and consent from youth, seek to understand and support youth through conversations with their parents or other guardians, teachers and other school personnel, and others in the youth’s life; as requested by youth, serve as liaison between youth within families, homes, schools, family services, courts, protective services, clinicians, and other supports.
- Follow up with youth within families to support them and navigate with them in completing activities in their service plans.
- Support youth in participating in restorative circles to address or pre-empt pain or harm as appropriate
- Support CUT’s preventative initiatives, for example providing adult presence, mentorship, and logistical support approximately one day per week at CUT’s afterschool program; this may last into the evening. This is an important space in which to connect with current and future clients in a relaxed drop-in atmosphere. Schedule is flexible to accommodate for these hours.
- Maintain weekly (electronic) case files, data, and prepare reports.
- Participate in team and organizational development activities on a regular basis.
- Self-Awareness: Emotional literacy and ability to identify and express one's feelings or requests even during emotional intensity. Knowledge of when self-connection or mindfulness practices are necessary for clarity and/or shift perspective to respond professionally and empathetically.
- Compassionate Listening: Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, reflect what is heard, and ask questions to clarify underlying issues (e.g., MI).
- Consent: in relationships with clients, colleagues, and all partners, seeks a collaborative, choice-based relationship where all parties are comfortable with an action before taking action, instead of using “power over” or any kind of emotional or strategic pressure to realize one’s own preferences
- Organizational skills: assesses multiple competing needs and tasks with limited resources and time, and effectively manages implementation according to priorities seeks guidance and assistance when needed.
- Adaptability: adapts to change in the work environment, manages competing demands, invite input from others, changes approach or method to best fit the situation, adjusts to changes in demands and team interactions.
- Client service: promotes client focus as a priority, responds promptly to client (internal and external) needs.
- Systems Understanding & Anti-implicit Bias: ability to identify attitudes or stereotypes that are activated unconsciously and involuntarily & systems at play in individual lives and in the life of the community, e.g. on race, class, gender, sexuality, school-to-prison pipeline, age, ability, body type, etc.
- Fifth Ward networks: Knowledge of Fifth Ward families, institutions, and history.
- Restorative Circles/Mediation/Mindfulness: proficiency with facilitating or training mediation circles and/or other individual or group processes that help restore relationships, identify steps toward healing, and transform conflict.
- Spanish language proficiency desired but not required.
- Any combination of training and experience that provides required knowledge, skills, and abilities
- Valid Driver’s License - if not in Texas, driver will be required to obtain Texas license upon employment.
- Smart phone
- Capacity to lift 25 lbs.
- Capacity to perform frontline work in different settings (schools, public spaces, office, outdoors in varied weather, communities affected by economic destruction, etc.)
Location: HoustonTexas, United States
- HoustonTexas, United States
- Date Posted
- 25 Sep 2022
- Coordinator for Curriculum, Assessment, and CommunicationsUniversity of Northern Colorado – Posted by UNC-DoSA
- GreeleyColorado, United States
- Date Posted
- 23 Sep 2022
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