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Worship Leader. Shady Oaks Baptist Church, Hurst, TX – Working under the direction of and in conjunction with the Minister of Music, the Worship Leader will creatively lead the church family in worship utilizing new, current and traditional music. Must have experience in leading worship and the technical aspects of worship.

Please send resumes to: Shady Oaks Baptist Church, 1336 Cavender Dr.,Hurst, TX, Attention: Barry Braman or email resume to: bbraman@shadyoaks.org

Posted 07/12/2016

Kohler Company in Brownwood is looking for someone to assist our maintenance and plant engineering department with a special project to design and construct our new vitreous technical center that will serve as a welcome and information area in the main plant lobby. It will showcase various product lines that we manufacture in Brownwood and could possibly include a history of Kohler Company tied in with technology progressions over the years with displays of our products and information. This position will help design displays and cutaways and serve as lead on the project.

Interested individuals should contact

Ruth Willis, PHR Kohler, Brownwood – HR/Recruiter 


(Ofc): 325-641-5238

(Fax): 325-641-5810

Posted 07/11/2016

The position is a temporary position that we would like to staff with a college student as an internship or co-op. It is estimated to be a 4-month long project and will be a 40 hours/week job. The pay will depend on experience and the level of schooling completed. We are on a very tight schedule and are trying to place someone by the end of July/beginning of August.

Comanche High School is currently seeking a highly qualified Government/Economics teacher. This position could also be tied to coaching.

Comanche High School is currently seeking a highly qualified Physics teacher. This position could also be tied to coaching.

If you or someone you know is interested please feel free to contact Vinson Pierce at Comanche High School. Thank you and look forward to hearing from you. vpierce@comancheisd.net or 325-356-2581

Posted 07/08/2016

WORSHIP PASTOR. First Baptist Church, Andrews, TX is accepting resumes for full-time worship pastor. A vibrant and dynamic church, strong and creative team environment, fertile mission field. Amazing opportunity to impact the world for Christ. Send cover letter and resume to pastorbranto@gmail.com.

Posted 07/05/2016

Director of Children’s Ministries, FUMC – Lubbock, TX: Full time Director of Children’s Ministries with training and effective experience at building a modern children’s program. Great teams to work with. Send resumes to Dr. Shera Atkinson at satkinson@fumc.com or mail to Dr. Shera Atkinson, 1411 Broadway, Lubbock, TX. 79401. Annual Salary = $40,000.00

Posting Expires 07/22/2016

Betty Hardwick Center, Employment Consultant: This position is responsible for providing employment training to consumers in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities General Revenue Services, Home and Community Based Services and Texas Home Living Waiver Services. Position will be responsible for developing and implementation of individual strategies to assist consumers in meeting desired outcomes. Work involves planning, organizing, training, monitoring and evaluating progress for teaching consumers to secure and maintain preferred community employment. This position requires the ability to: identify problem/need areas, work under stressful situations in a professional manner; be through in assessment and documentation; locate and utilize community resources; and to develop positive relationships with the consumers. Position will work cooperatively with other departments and the community. Skills in written and oral communication, problem solving and teamwork are essential. Must be flexible with work schedule in order to meet the needs of consumers. This position reports directly to the IDD Programs Administrator.  Must have High School Diploma or equivalency. Experience working with persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities is preferred. Must possess a current Texas driver’s license and qualify for Center insurance coverage. Must also be proficient in basic computer applications such as Word, Excel and Outlook.

Salary: $2,185.23 monthly, increase to $2,285.23 after one year of employment if DARS certification is obtained.

Posting Expires 07/31/2016

Forestburg Baptist Church, a SBTC affiliated congregation, is seeking a Senior Pastor. Resume should be emailed to patterson.laura51@yahoo.com by August 15, 2016.


Zumper apartments is always looking for bright recent graduates to join our team. https://www.zumper.com/jobs

Taylor County CSCD , Community Supervision Officer: Community Supervision Officer otherwise referred to as an Adult Probation Officer GENERAL DESCRIPTION Protects the community through supervision of the offender and to make available to offenders opportunities for improving their ability to serve their sentence in the community rather than in prison or jail. RESPONSIBILITY AND RELATED TASKS 1.Manages a caseload; accountable to the administration and responsible for the supervision of probationers assigned to him. 2.Manages case files in accordance with departmental policy and procedures and CJAD standards. 3.Manages and maintains computer files. 4.Monitors probationer’s compliance with the Court’s conditions of supervision. 5.Performs orientation/intake and assessment process. 6.Obtains urine samples for drug screening in accordance with departmental policies. 7.Completes Pre-Sentence Investigations on an assigned basis, and Post-Sentence Investigations when court ordered in accordance with the departmental procedures. 8.Monitors and tracks status of probationer court ordered fees. 9.Communicates restitution information to the defendant. 10.Maintains a complete knowledge of referral resources (in-house, community, area, and state) and knowledgeable of effective referral process to enhance supervision facilitation. 11.Notifies the District Attorney’s office by completing violation reports on those probationers who have been charged with new offenses. 12.Notifies the District Attorney’s office by completing violation reports on those probationers who have absconded from supervision. 13.Completes violation reports on probationers to activate the process for the departmental Continuum of Sanctions. 14.Attempts to locate those probationers by mail, telephone, or field visits who have failed to report to the Department as required. 15.Maintains awareness of all confidentiality laws and regulations pertaining to probation case management/casework supervision and case records. 16.Makes field visits with probationers outside the office as mandated by standards or otherwise directed/ warranted. 17.Conducts office reports with the probationers within the time frame prescribed by standards. 18.Completes The Texas Risk Assessment System (TRAS) and develops a case plan on all new probationers within thirty days of supervision. 19.Reassesses all probationers with the TRAS within the time-frame set forth by the standards. 20. Attends all court proceedings as required and all subsequent revocation hearings. 21.Completes all required departmental reports on time, including, but not limited to, monthly reports, mileage reports, weekly jail list, etc. 22.Responsible for the accuracy of all data and subsequent changes submitted for entry into the information management system (including financial information and case summary codes). 23.Completes a monthly physical count of cases to ensure an accurate caseload statistics report. 24. Administers appropriate testing (WRAT, SASSI, SAAST, etc.) per standards and guidelines. 25. Documents all contacts with probationers or regarding probationers. 26.Communicates with other criminal justice agencies as needed. 27.Attends training as needed and/or required to increase knowledge and improve skills that will enhance job performance. 28.Implements Officer of the Day duties as scheduled. 29.Exercises independent and mature judgment in the supervision of probationers and makes all decisions in the best interest of justice and the community. 30.Performs all other job-related duties as assigned.

Must have acquired a bachelor’s degree conferred by an institution of higher education accredited by an organization recognized by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board; and unless the bachelor’s degree is in criminology, corrections, counseling, law, social work, psychology, or a related field that has been approved by the CJAD, must have; one (1) year of experience in full-time casework, counseling, or community or group work that has been approved by the CJAD (‘76.005). Acceptable related degrees include: Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement/Police Science, Human Services Development, Public Administration, Pre-Law, Urban Administration and Rehabilitation Studies. Community Supervision Officers are required to complete the amount of annual training required by the Community Justice Assistance Division. Must attend and successfully complete Officer Certification within twelve months of his/her employment.

Interested individuals may obtain an application from the Taylor County Community Supervision and Corrections Department 301 Oak Abilene, TX or from www.taylorcscd.org. The completed application, current resume, and an official college transcript should be sent to: Community Supervision and Corrections Department Attn: Jessica Tipton, Human Resource Representative Old Taylor County Courthouse, 2nd Floor 301 Oak Street Abilene, Texas 79602 jltipton@taylorcscd.org

Job Posting Expires 7/22/2016

Cortland Partners, Service Manager: The role of the Service Manager is like duct tape – you serve multiple purposes and can fix anything! You are part administrator, part handyman/woman, part educator, and part customer service superstar! What You Should Know in Advance  • Commitment and patience are key characteristics you’ll need. • 70% of the job is office/report/vendor work – if you’re just looking for a “hands-on” job, this isn’t it. • You’ll need a basic understanding of financials and budgets. • You might want to look into juggling lessons; there are a lot of moving parts in a day. • You will interact with residents and customers from all stages and walks of life. • You’re a salesperson, too! • The work is fast-paced and can be both mentally and physically challenging. • You are accountable for the success of your service team. • Living onsite can be a real plus. • You’ll need to be more computer literate than you might think. Experience working with property management software is a plus! • Your team is responsible for protecting and maintaining a multi-million dollar asset! The Real Work  • Walking in your residents’ shoes • Delegating and prioritizing • Interacting with residents, listening to their concerns, and handling service requests promptly • Thinking proactively • Overseeing the community’s appearance • Maintaining and working within a budget • Managing an inventory of supplies • Scheduling and organizing vendors/contractors • Project managing your service team • Communicating clearly and professionally • Coordinating move ins/outs • Partnering with the Community Manager, office staff, and potential construction teams • Training new service team members A Day in the Life In the words of a Cortland Partners associate, here’s a snapshot of a day in the life of a Service Manager: “Once I arrive in the morning, the first thing I do is make sure that my team is working through the opening checklist to get the community ready to open for the day. Next, I check our service requests status. The team gathers for a quick meeting, where I delegate the service requests and any additional items for the day. We check the make-ready board to see where we are on move-ins and divide those responsibilities up as well. Then, it’s on to checking email and returning phone calls, making note of any items I’ll need to address later in the day. The next chunk of my day is spent out in the community. I visit the project manager to see how we’re doing on renovations, and I might finish up a punch job or two. I’ll walk the community to note any needed repairs or spots where we need to improve the curb appeal. Then, I check in with the Community Manager on any issues and start working through vendor or inventory items. Generally, there are resident concerns that need to be addressed throughout the day, as well. Often, they only want to speak to me or the Community Manager, so I personally visit the resident to address the issue. Throughout the day, I’ll also update the make-ready board as my team completes them. I spend some time reviewing any financial or budget needs. Then, I might address staffing issues. Sometimes in the evenings, I monitor the trash compactors or work on some ways to better educate residents on maintaining their apartment home. Basically, I look at my role this way: I have a job because of our residents, so I’m there to provide them the best living experience possible. ” – A Cortland Partners Service Manager What You Will Enjoy  • The opportunity to make a positive difference in your residents’ lives, every day • The work day diversity – you will never be bored • The feeling you get when you’ve resolved an issue and made someone happy • The pride you can take in your responsibility of a multi-million dollar asset • The feeling of accomplishment when fifty service requests become zero service requests • The accessibility and support of your leadership • The role you play in “kicking it” on budget and financial performance • The visibility and impact you can have within the company What Will Challenge You • The need to engage in conflict resolution with residents, vendors, and team members • The requirement of working within a budget • The resident and team dynamics • The workload volume What You Will Love About Cortland Partners  • We’re a growing company with a big family feel. • We care about developing your success. • Our leadership is visible, accessible, and receptive. • We love to celebrate our success stories! What You Can Become  • A Senior Service Manager • A Regional Service Manager • A Training Resource • A Mentor • A Person Your Residents Count On Required Knowledge and Experience  • Ability to execute in a multitasking environment • Ability to lead a maintenance service team • Vendor management • Minimum of 7 years’ experience in property management • Ability to earn future designations as required by industry standards, EPA regulations, OSHA requirements, etc. • Construction background helpful • CPO may be required • Highly developed skill set in at least one major field (HVAC, electrical, plumbing, construction) • Demonstrated ability to teach and mentor • Current certifications in EPA, CPO, Mold Class, HVAC, Pool Technician • High School Diploma required, college preferred Company Overview Cortland Partners is a real estate investment and management firm, headquartered in Atlanta, GA, whose rapid growth and focus on enhancing the resident experience has positioned the company as one of the premier multifamily companies in the South. Our mission is to create value for a better life by cultivating profitable communities that bring value to our company and the lives of the people who call our communities home. Cortland Partners was founded in 2005 as a development firm focused on in-town, mixed-use, multifamily developments. We strategically positioned ourselves to grow profitably during the economic downturn, and since 2009, we have expanded into a full-service, multifamily firm that houses its own development, property management, product design, and construction management. With a continued plan for robust growth and a focus on customer-centric practices, Cortland Partners seeks to redefine the multifamily industry as we create value in the lives of our residents, communities, and associates. “We are a Drug-Free Workplace” Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/vvmyfj4h23

Job Posting Expires 7/27/2016

Multi-Skilled Sournalist , KIDY FOX, San Angelo: TEGNA Media is looking for great storytellers who will excel in this digital age of journalism. We want journalists who can create unique and shareable stories for all platforms through memorable writing, photography and editing. In this role, you will: • Develop story ideas, write, shoot and edit news stories for on-air broadcasting. • Write in an exciting, captivating and authentic manner. • Use the latest editing and photography tools to tell great stories. • Develop original content through social listening and independent sources. • Deliver on-air news events in an engaging, exciting, and accurate manner. • Interview news subjects and research for facts and credibility. • Develop news sources for general assignment and special areas of interest. • Produce news stories that are unique and captivating. • Operate news gathering vehicle to and from various locations. • Write and post daily on all digital platforms including social media. • Enterprise news stories. • Shoot, write and edit packaged reports. • Write for the web, including attaching images and streaming video. • Use creative production techniques such as graphics and new forms of media (viewer pictures, webcam interviews, etc.) to enhance stories. • Transmit and present exciting live reports with current technology. • Perform other tasks as required by supervisor or executive producer.

BA/BS in journalism, communications or related field • 2-5 years of experience preferred • Bilingual, (English & Spanish) speaking preferred • Experience in photojournalism, editing, and content management systems • Understanding of the tenants of professional journalism • A portfolio with examples of strong breaking news reporting • Ability to generate creative, engaging, content-driven live shots • Strong social media skills, including an active news hound presence on Twitter and Facebook • Knowledge of ENPS, Edius and Axis graphics a plus • Organizational skills and the ability to work under constant time pressure deadlines • Ability to calmly handle live, breaking news situations and changing events.

TEGNA Inc. (NYSE: TGNA), formerly Gannett Co., Inc., is comprised of a dynamic portfolio of media and digital businesses that provide content that matters and brands that deliver. TEGNA reaches more than 90 million Americans and delivers highly relevant, useful and smart content, when and how people need it, to make the best decisions possible. TEGNA Media includes 46 television stations (including those serviced by TEGNA) and is the largest independent station group of major network affiliates in the top 25 markets, reaching approximately one-third of all television households nationwide. TEGNA Digital is comprised of Cars.com, the leading online destination for automotive consumers, CareerBuilder, a global leader in human capital solutions, and other powerful brands such as G/O Digital and Sightline Media Group. For more information, visit www.TEGNA.com. TEGNA Inc. is a proud equal opportunity employer. We are a drug free, EEO employer committed to a diverse workforce. We encourage and consider all qualified candidates regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity, family responsibilities, disability, enrollment in college or vocational school, political affiliation, veteran status or genetic information.

Posted 06/06/2016


Urban Teachers: Change the Lives of Thousands While Changing Your Own. Join Urban Teachers in Dallas/Fort Worth Urban Teachers is transforming the way people are prepared for a career in teaching. Through hands-on training, coaching and peer supports, we give teachers the skills they need to improve outcomes for students in high-need communities. By doing so, our teachers are changing the lives of the students, families and communities they serve, as well their own. Urban Teachers is now taking applications for our Dallas/Fort Worth Cohort for the 2015-16 school year, with placement in early August 2016. Our recruitment process is selective. While there is no restriction on undergraduate or graduate major, we look for applicants who have exhibited academic excellence by maintaining a 3.0 GPA or higher, who gravitate to big challenges and have experience working with children. Urban Teachers participants are part of an unprecedented commitment to student performance: only those who demonstrate effective teaching practice, student learning gains and growth mindset/professionalism are recommended for certification (general and special education) and complete the full four-year program. Urban Teachers participants are among the most expert and result-oriented in the nation because: • We provide the best teacher preparation available. During the first year of the four-year program, before you start teaching on your own, you’ll spend 1,500 hours working with students in urban classrooms.  • During this time you also begin graduate coursework for a Master of Science in Education degree from the Johns Hopkins University School of Education—ranked #2 in the country. All coursework is clinically based, allowing for immediate practice of learned skills in the classroom and equipping you with a toolbox of proven strategies for working with all students.  • Our four (4) years of mentoring and support tailored to your needs—from coaches and peers—is available longer than any other preparation program. This includes three (3) full years of one-on-one coaching to ensure you grow into an effective teacher. And, because Urban Teachers prepares you for the job from day one, you’ll be able to quickly grow into a teacher leader, providing support and guidance to your colleagues in your school and city. During the first year, participants receive a stipend from Urban Teachers. Starting your second year, you are the teacher of record and participants begin to receive full teacher’s pay. As part of an Urban Teachers cohort in every school, you’re never alone. Being with other Urban Teachers participants provides an immediate network—in your school and in Dallas/Fort Worth schools. Urban Teachers educators are trusted by and form partnerships with their colleagues across schools. Teachers are respected community and civic leaders. Whether you’re doing home visits or running into your students’ families at the market, you’ll be having an impact on improving the neighborhood and community you’re living in. Urban Teachers is an Employer of National Service. For more information or to start an application, visit us on the web at www.urbanteachers.org. See what others are saying about Urban Teachers on Twitter at @Urban_Teachers and follow us on Facebook. Our FINAL application deadline is June 17th, and spaces are filling fast! For more information or to start an application, visit us on the web at www.urbanteachers.org.

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