Full-Time Jobs

The Heights Baptist Church, San Angelo, TX: Worship/Youth Leader. Please send a resume, references, and a link to a video of yourself leading worship service to cwilliams1@suddenlink.net. Call Cynthia at 325-656-0654 with questions or inquiries.

Posted 7/20/2015


Financial Representative, Capitol Wealth Strategies, Irving, TX: We are currently hiring for a Financial Representative position at Capitol Wealth Strategies and have offices in both Dallas and Austin. We are a full services financial firm looking to add talented and entrepreneurial individuals. We operate under the umbrella of Guardian, which is a 155 year old, Fortune 250 company that is rated and ranked as one of the best*. We also own Park Avenue Securities for all of our client’s securities needs. We leverage the sales platform of The Living Balance Sheet which is proprietary to Guardian and how we truly separate ourselves from the rest. Lastly, we do offer a salary, training allowance, no office overhead costs, full benefits, matching 401k, defined benefit pension plan, and great renewals. We are NOT a captive firm either allowing you to leverage a multitude of providers for insurance and investment needs. Feel free to review our website at: http://www.capitolwealthstrategies.com/ .

To be successful in the Financial Representative Career involves many diverse skill sets. Most importantly you are a business owner and will need to develop your clientele with the training and support from our local agency and corporate offices. Four key personality traits are commonly seen in most Top Financial Representatives: •Entrepreneurial Spirit: The desire to run their own business and the autonomy this provides. •Impact on Others: The belief and focus to do something greater than themselves and help clients realize their financial goals and dreams. •Work Ethic: Top Financial Representatives are self-motivated to learn and market their practice to grow a clientele particularly in the initial years. •Coachable: The ability to work with our managers and mentors to learn the financial knowledge and approaches required for success and reach a mastery level as a planner.

To apply, email our Recruiting Director, Michaela Kee, your resume and cover letter to Michaela_kee@glic.com.

Expires 1/1/2016


Staff Accountant, Betty Hardwick Center, Abilene, TX: Performs routine accounting work. Must specialize in the area of general ledger, fixed asset reporting, inventory control, and insurance. Knowledge of payroll and patient accounting/billing preferred. Will work under the supervision of the Accounting supervisor. Interacts with internal and external customers in a professional and courteous manner. 1) Position requires a bachelor’s degree in accounting or is in-progress working on degree. 2) Two years of full-time paid employment in accounting work and prefer grant reporting experience and fund accounting experience. Must possess excellent analytical, communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. 3) Must have knowledge of proper maintenance of accounting records, knowledge of automated accounting and billing systems, skill in use of computer and office machines. 4) Requires extensive knowledge of PC based spreadsheet software and word processing (Excel, Word, etc.). 5) Ability to work quickly and accurately with detail. 6) Ability to work with minimal supervision on routine tasks. 7) Must possess a current Texas Driver’s License and is an insurable driver.  Apply online at https://bettyhardwick.org/jobs/

Posted 07/10/2015


Teach, Learn & Discover in Asia’s hot spot: Seoul!  FULL TIME Usually starting at a higher salary bracket than public school positions and with less stoic qualification requirements, Private institutes in Korea do require that along with teaching you will also play a bigger role in the creation and implementation of an enjoyable and effective curriculum that students can see results from being part of. You will also be required to go on occasional field trips and contribute to various holiday inspired events at the school. Some private institutes offer bonuses like Korean Language Classes and lunch to their instructors. . Teaching in Korea has become one of the most reliable go-to destinations as the economy for teachers has not been affected here as it has in other countries in recent years. Working for a private institution can give you a nice excuse to save money (housing is provided for you) while still enjoying your days off with a salary that can easily afford you a comfortable lifestyle. Tasty food, plentiful entertainment, quirky attractions & the famously warm spirit of the Korean people will mean you can quickly find lots to enjoy across the country. Quick Info: Students Age: From Kindergarten to Adults General teaching material supplied. Additional activities and lessons to supplement curriculum will be required. Working Days and Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm Vacation: 2 weeks paid + 25 Public Holidays *Special Benefits: Visa Sponsorship, Round trip airfare, Single Housing, Health Insurance, Contract completion bonus.  Salary: From 2100 to 2700 US. For information or to apply: teacher@eicohr.com.

Posted 07/06/2015


Lawn Technician – MasterScapes, Abilene, TX: MasterScapes, a full service property care, landscape, and water management firm, is actively seeking a motivated self starter to join our company – leaders in innovative thinking, professionalism, and customer service in Abilene, Texas and the surrounding area.  Requirements: * Licensed Chemical Applicator or licensing assistance will be provided by MasterScapes® * Valid driver license Competencies/Skills: * Results oriented (sense of urgency) * Problem solving and decision making * Self starter (initiative) * Quality conscious * Service minded * Conscientious Job Duties: * Professional application of quality products * Ensure highest level of client service * Proper management of product * Proactive equipment maintenance * Create accurate records for clients and office Benefits: * Licensing training and continuing education provided * Advancement opportunities * Schedule flexibility * Retirement and health insurance opportunities.  Send resume to david@masterscapes.com.

Posted 07/06/2015


Events Coordinator – McMurry University, Abilene, TX: Position Summary: Responsible for working with event hosts and directing a team of student workers to coordinate campus events, conferences and special meetings with respect to budgets, speakers, facilities, technology, equipment, logistical requirements, and other related issues. Essential Duties of the Job: • Evaluate program and event histories, budget considerations, contractual provisions and planning committee recommendations to determine requirements for space, facilities, technology, equipment, lodging, catering, and on-site management. • Act as principal liaison between contractors, vendors, organizers, faculty, and staff with regards to all facets of the support of multiple programs and events. • Negotiate contracts with vendors for services, in accordance with budget constraints and university policies and procedures. • Monitor and coordinate accounting activities as appropriate, prepare internal reports and participate in budget planning and management, as required; and may coordinate and administer the purchasing of supplies and equipment. • Hire and supervise year round student employees. • Facilitate the set up and tear down of all campus events with the assistance of student workers. • Assist camp directors in the hiring of qualified trainers and medical staff to meet Texas Department of health standards. • Meet with directors and counselors in pre-camp sessions to review all requirements and get directors and counselors signatures on all Texas Department of Health agreements with McMurry University. • Work with Marketing and Communications to increase awareness of the McMurry campus and its facilities to the surrounding community. • Perform miscellaneous job duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Required: • Knowledge of conference facilities, banquet and catering technology and equipment. • Strong organizational skills, including prioritization, multi-tasking, and attention to detail. • Ability to lead, delegate and motivate others to accomplish desired objectives. • Ability to develop, plan and implement short and long-range goals. • Knowledge of accounting and purchasing procedures, regulations, and standards. • Strong interpersonal and communications skills, and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community. • Knowledge and understanding of meeting and event planning. Working Conditions & Physical Demands: • Work is normally performed in a typical office environment. • Able to work flexible schedule which may include after hours, nights, and weekends. • Light physical activity. Work may involve occasional assistance of others in manipulation of heavy objects and some standing or walking. • Minimal or limited exposure to physical risk. • Some local travel. Required Experience: High school diploma. At least two years’ experience in events management or a closely related field. Excellent interpersonal skills in addition to strong written and oral communication skills. Able to work in a MS office environment, particularly Outlook, Word, and Excel. Preferred Education/Experience: Some college experience and previous supervisory experience preferred. Knowledge of college & university administration and events. Familiar with event scheduling software.

Interested persons are asked to please submit a cover letter and resume along with three references to: Events Coordinator, 1 McMurry Station Box 938, Abilene, TX. 79698; or email Nancy Smith – smith.nancy@mcm.edu. The review process will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Posted 7/1/2015


Springs of Life is a Christian, Evangelical Church – Colorado Springs, CO:  with a large and growing Outreach to At-Risk Kids in central Colorado Springs. In addition to the church and its ministries, we also operate 2 childcare centers with 50+ staff serving 300+ children ages 6 weeks – 13 years. We are looking to hire applicants with a love for kids and a heart for ministry.

We are primarily looking for individuals with an active faith in Christ and a life pattern of involvement in church and ministry. We are willing to provide training to candidates whose heart is to serve the Lord and feel that they have a calling to teaching children. Below is a list of ongoing positions that we are looking to fill:

1) Preschool Teacher

2) Infant / Toddler Teacher

3) Sub / Sub-to-Teach

4) Teacher-in-Training (Aide)

5) School-Age Program Teacher / Driver

6) Bus Driver

7) Administrative Assistant

8) Specific Summer Program workers

To see more detailed job descriptions, or to apply, go to: childcare.springsoflife.org/jobs

To contact HR, email: hr@springsoflife.org or phone 719/453-0202.

Posted 6/23/2015


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – SAGU – Campus Database and Reporting Specialist: Level S-06

Institutional Mission

The purpose of Southwestern Assemblies of God University is to prepare undergraduate and graduate students spiritually, academically, professionally, and cross culturally so as to successfully fill evangelistic, missionary and church ministry roles and to provide quality educational and professional Christian service wherever needed throughout the world.

Primary Function

The Campus Database and Reporting Specialist shall assist the Director of Campus Software and the Senior Director of Information Technology in making all campus databases as user friendly as possible, assisting in maintaining database health, and assisting employees of the University in extracting the data needed via custom reports for the efficient execution of University business.

Major Responsibilities

The primary function is to create, modify, and review current reports used with our Campus Software.

  1. As the demand for different permeations of reporting evolves over time, reports should be modified to reflect newer data and newer presentations of this data so it is in a user friendly format.
  2. As the need for new reports is identified, they should be created in a timely manner. Creation order will be determined by the importance and urgency of the requested report.
    1. Will assist the departments of the University in creating new databases as the need arises.
  1. Troubleshoot existing non-Campus Software databases
  2. Assist University employees with reports in these databases.
  3. Give instruction to University employees on creating or modifying reports on the departmental level, enabling them to make quick, needed changes or report creation for simpler reports on an on demand basis.
  1. Assist in maintaining database health of all databases necessary for University operations.

Organizational Relationships

    • Reports directly to the Director of Campus Software
    • Reports indirectly to the Senior Director of Information Technology

Minimum Qualifications

  • Must have good communication and people skills
  • An overall knowledge of network applications and theory
  • Competencies in SQL scripting for Sybase, MS SQL and/or MySQL
  • Must understand how to write lucid reports that link data from multiple tables
  • 1 year experience, or a 2 year degree in a related field

Preferred Qualifications

Ability to troubleshoot TCP/IP, ODBC clients, and database clients

  • Two years’ experience in a job dedicated to MS SQL scripting and reporting
  • In depth knowledge of Microsoft SQL Reporting Services and ASP programming
  • Accomplished in Crystal Reports
  • Prior experience with Higher Education Financial Aid policies and procedures is a positive, but not required

Contact: Human Resources at humanresources@sagu.edu

Application Process: Applications are available in the Human Resources office or one can be downloaded and printed at www.sagu.edu/employment. All 4 pages of the application, the President’s Letter and the Background Check page must be completed before the applicant will be considered for employment. Incomplete forms will not be accepted. Your resume may be included when submitting the application to the Human Resources Office. An online application is also available at https://sagu.wufoo.com/forms/application-for-employment/.

FLSA

This is a FLSA exempt position.

Posted 6/18/2015


Blueprint Schools Network: Blueprint Math Fellowship 2015-2016: Positions are available in Denver, CO, St Louis, MO, Boston and Salem, MA. Fellows are full-time tutors charged with providing students with highly personalized tutoring in mathematics during the regular school day. Fellows work with 2-4 students at a time, delivering individualized lessons and working closely with teachers to accelerate students’ academic achievement. Fellows also work to build strong relationships with students to help increase their self-confidence and commitment to education. The Blueprint Fellows program is an opportunity to participate in a year of service making a difference in the lives of students. Fellows receive a stipend as well as benefits.

To Apply: Interested candidates are encouraged to visit our website, http://blueprintschools.org/fellows/apply-now to learn more about the program and to access the online application.

Exp 8/31/15


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01/20/15


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Shelterwood is a Christian therapeutic boarding school located in Independence, Missouri (just east of Kansas City) www.shelterwood.org. We house 50-60 on average teenage boys and girls from across the country who are struggling with family, life, God and themselves. Our Christian school, team of licensed counselors, and leadership work with college graduate men and women who give a year of their lives to live and work with the teens. Our ministry focuses on not only counseling the child, but also the parents. Our focus is on restoring families.  Our big brothers and sisters, most college graduates at least 21 years of age, receive $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board and insurance benefits during their year at Shelterwood. Our staff come from across the country. Presently our 27 men and women serving as first year Big Brothers and Sisters come from 18 different states, one other country and 23 different Christian Universities.

We have openings for female staff in March, then male and female staff who would start employment in May and August of 2015. Interested applicants can apply online at:

http://www.shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available

Here is a video which explains what we are about:

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