Full-Time Jobs

Betty Hardwick Center, Abilene, TX:

Controller

Payroll Clerk

Rehab Case Manager/Child and Adolescent Services

YES Waiver Facilitator/ Team Leader

Staff Accountant

ACT Rehab Case Manager/QMHP-CS (Mon-Fri Days)

Posted 11/09/2017


HSC Research Aid, Texas Tech University, Abilene, TX: Immunotherapeutics Department, Performs specialized work in conducting original research. Work is performed under general supervision with evaluation based on accomplishment of assigned objectives and overall effectiveness of project. Applicant should demonstrate potential for imaginative research. Applcant should be highly motivated individual who wants to contribute through his/her research to the development of the vibrant research Department of Immunotherapeutics & Biotechnology. Knowledge in microbiology, immunology and medical terminologies/subjects as well as a deep understanding of biological process in living organisms is required. Applicant should have skills in tissue imaging, flow cytometry and animal in vivo experimentation. In addition, knowledge in modern research practices, methods, resources, and standards is required. Ability to organize, work effectively, conceptualize and prioritize objectives and exercise independent judgment based on an understanding of organizational policies and activities, and ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with other employees and the public are mandatory.

Apply here: HSC Research Aid

Expires 12/14/2017


Copperas Cove ISD Teaching Positions:

3rd Grade Math Teacher

Physics Teacher

8-12 Math Teacher

Grade 3-5 Teacher

Special Education Teacher

Theatre Arts Teacher

Spanish Teacher

Apply here: Copperas Cove ISD Teaching Positions

Posted 10/03/2017


CPS Investigator II, Department of Family & Protective Services:

Job Description:
The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) is responsible for protecting the unprotected — children, elderly, and people with disabilities — from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. DFPS accomplishes this responsibility by employing over 12,000 workers who live up to the agency’s Mission, Vision, & Values in service to the 27 million citizens of Texas. WHY WORK FOR DFPS? DFPS is not only a qualifying organization for the Service Loan Forgiveness Program, which forgives the remaining balance on college student Direct Loans after making 120 qualifying monthly payments, but also offers excellent health benefits, special discounts on many products and services through the Discount Purchase Program, a lifetime monthly retirement annuity as well as Texa$aver 401(k) and 457 Programs under the Employees Retirement System of Texas. As a state-certified caseworker, you are guaranteed to increase your base salary by at least 10% each time you complete the training requirements and apply for the next level in the program’s career track. An additional benefit you will receive is 12 days of paid annual leave, 12 sick days, and the potential to earn up to four days of administrative leave each year. Your annual paid leave accrual increases as your tenure increases. Newly hired employees holding a Master’s Degree in Social Worker may qualify for an increase at the point of hire. HELP US MAKE A DIFFERENCE AS: A Child Protective Services Caseworker – SAO CPS Spec I Child Protective Services (CPS) Investigators investigate claims of child abuse and neglect. They have the difficult task of figuring out what happened and predicting what will happen in the future. CPS receives and investigates reports of abuse and neglect 24 hours per day, every day of the year. A CPS investigation includes interviewing and gathering information to see if abuse or neglect happened and if intervention is necessary. The investigator considers both risk and safety issues, and may recommend services for the child and family to reduce the risk of further abuse or neglect. To explore more of what Investigation Specialists do, click here. To view a realistic online video about Child Protective Services workers and clients, please click here. You will also have access to a self-assessment that will help you determine if this type of work is something that is a good fit for you.

Essential Job Functions:
• Responds quickly in crisis situations involving children who may be in an abusive or neglectful situation. Sometimes these situations can be dangerous. • Conducts forensic investigations of reports of abuse/neglect to children to determine if abuse or neglect occurred and conducts assessments to determine the current or future risk of harm to children. • Observes children for signs of any harm and assess the signs to determine if they are the result of abuse or neglect. This could involve children with serious injuries and child fatalities. • Interviews people in the case such as the parents, caregivers, person who reports the concern, family members, and others familiar with the family situation. This may include medical staff, teachers, law enforcement, etc. • Assesses child safety and takes the necessary actions to protect the child as appropriate. This could include removing a child from their family. • Talks frankly and objectively with families about matters they may consider personal and private, such as parenting decisions and actions, sexual abuse, income, money management, and personal relationships. • Determines action to be taken to remove or to reduce an immediate threat to the safety of a child to include working with families to identify family members who can assist with keeping the child safe, testifying in court to seek emergency protective services, placing children in substitute care, referring family for immediate crisis intervention therapy or other community resources. • Documents all relevant and appropriate information gathered during the investigation and completes all required forms accurately and in a timely manner. • Gathers family and kinship information to support the child in a placement, should the child be placed in DFPS custody. • Participates in a regular on-call rotation that requires response to situations of abuse/neglect after normal business hours including overnight and weekend. • Develops and maintains effective working relationships with law enforcement officials, judicial officials, legal resources, medical professionals, and the community. • Works under constant deadlines that require prioritizing tasks and the ability to work flexible hours. • Maintains a balance of objectivity and empathy for families living in stressful and crisis situations. • Attends and participates in training/meetings/staffings. • Performs other duties as assigned and required to maintain unit operations. • Promotes and demonstrates appropriate respect for cultural diversity and competency among coworkers and all work-related contacts. • Attends work regularly in accordance with agency leave policy.

Knowledge Skills Abilities:
• Knowledge of child development • Knowledge of family dynamics • Skill in effective verbal and written communication. • Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. • Skill in problem solving techniques • Ability to operate a personal computer. • Ability to travel and attend child and family visits as well as other work related appointments and meetings after 5pm. • Ability to be on call on a rotating basis and work irregular hours. • Ability to work in an emotion-filled environment and which may require conducting home visits in isolated or high crime areas and may involve exposure to substandard and Successful completion of any associated on-line assessment. Child Protective Services Specialist I: An accredited Bachelor’s degree OR accredited Associate’s degree plus two (2) years of relevant work experience OR 60 accredited college credit hours plus two (2) years relevant work experience OR 90 accredited college credit hours plus one (1) year of relevant work experience. Examples of relevant work experience in social, human, or protective services include paid or volunteer work within social service agencies or communities providing services to families or other at-risk populations. Child Protective Services Specialist II: Employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist I for 9 months AND have received Child Protective Services Specialist Certification OR currently employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist II in Texas Department of Family and Protective Services OR previously employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist II in Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. Child Protective Services Specialist III: Employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist II for 9 months AND have received Advanced Child Protective Services Specialist Certification OR currently employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist III in Texas Department of Family and Protective Services OR previously employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist III in Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. Child Protective Services Specialist IV: Employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist III for 24 months AND have received Senior Advanced Child Protective Services Specialist Certification OR currently employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist IV in Texas Department of Family and Protective Services OR previously employed as a Child Protective Services Specialist IV in Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. unsanitary living conditions.

Posted 10/03/2017


CPS Family Based Safety Services Worker, Department of Family & Protective Services: 

Job Description:
OVERVIEW The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) is responsible for protecting the unprotected — children, elderly, and people with disabilities — from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. DFPS accomplishes this responsibility by employing over 12,000 workers who live up to the agency’s Mission, Vision, & Values in service to the 27 million citizens of Texas. WHY WORK FOR DFPS? DFPS is not only a qualifying organization for the Service Loan Forgiveness Program, which forgives the remaining balance on college student Direct Loans after making 120 qualifying monthly payments, but also offers excellent health benefits, special discounts on many products and services through the Discount Purchase Program, a lifetime monthly retirement annuity as well as Texa$aver 401(k) and 457 Programs under the Employees Retirement System of Texas. As a state-certified caseworker, you are guaranteed to increase your base salary by at least 10% each time you complete the training requirements and apply for the next level in the program’s career track. An additional benefit you will receive is 12 days of paid annual leave, 12 sick days, and the potential to earn up to four days of administrative leave each year. Your annual paid leave accrual increases as your tenure increases. Newly hired employees holding a Master’s Degree in Social Worker may qualify for an increase at the point of hire. HELP US MAKE A DIFFERENCE AS: A Child Protective Services Caseworker – SAO CPS Spec I After a family has been investigated, a Family Based Safety Services (FBSS) worker helps them make changes to protect their children from abuse and neglect, and keep them safe at home. This involves providing services offered by the agency, the family’s community, and their extended families. To explore more of what Family Based Safety Service Specialists do, click here. To view a realistic online video about Child Protective Services workers and clients, please click here. You will also have access to a self-assessment that will help you determine if this type of work is something that is a good fit for you.

Essential Job Functions:
• Responds quickly in crisis situations. • Provides time limited in-home services to meet the specific needs of families by identifying insufficient protective capacities, developing treatment plans, and using appropriate and necessary resources to minimize risk and provide for safety of the child; and maintains contact with parents and children to achieve treatment goals. • Assesses child safety and takes the necessary actions to protect the child as appropriate. This could include removing a child from their family. • Interacts objectively with “caretakers” who have abused and/or neglected children in their care. • Discusses issues with families related, but not limited to income, money management, and personal relationships that they will probably consider personal and private. • Encounters family members who are angry and/or scared. • Helps identify resources and community supports available to the family. • Assists parents to recognize behaviors that led to child abuse and/or neglect and empower parents to identify ways to make the necessary behavioral changes. • Determines action to be taken to remove or to reduce an immediate threat to the safety of a child to include working with families to identify family members who can assist with keeping the child safe, testifying in court to seek emergency protective services, placing children in substitute care, referring family for immediate crisis intervention therapy or other community resources. • Gathers family and kinship information to support the child in a placement, should the child be placed in DFPS custody. • Documents all relevant and appropriate information gathered during the investigation and completing all required forms accurately and in a timely manner. • Works flexible work hours beyond 8a.m.-5p.m., Monday – Friday. • Maintains a balance of objectivity and empathic understanding when engaging families living in stressful and crisis situations. • Develops and maintains effective working relationships with law enforcement officials, judicial officials, legal resources, medical professionals, and other community resources. • Attends and participates in trainings, meetings and staffings. • Performs other duties as assigned and required to maintain unit operations. • Promotes and demonstrates appropriate respect for cultural diversity and competency among coworkers and all work-related contacts. • Attends work regularly in accordance with agency leave policy.

Knowledge Skills Abilities:
• Knowledge of child development • Knowledge of family dynamics • Skill in effective verbal and written communication. • Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. • Skill in problem solving techniques • Ability to operate a personal computer. • Ability to travel and attend child and family visits as well as other work related appointments and meetings after 5pm. • Ability to be on call on a rotating basis and work irregular hours. • Ability to work in an emotion-filled environment and which may require conducting home visits in isolated or high crime areas and may involve exposure to substandard and unsanitary living conditions.

For more information or to apply: CPS Family Based Safety Services Worker

Posted 10/03/2017


CPS Conservatorship Worker, Department of Family & Protective Services: 

Job Description:
The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) is responsible for protecting the unprotected — children, elderly, and people with disabilities — from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. DFPS accomplishes this responsibility by employing over 12,000 workers who live up to the agency’s Mission, Vision, & Values in service to the 27 million citizens of Texas. WHY WORK FOR DFPS? DFPS is not only a qualifying organization for the Service Loan Forgiveness Program, which forgives the remaining balance on college student Direct Loans after making 120 qualifying monthly payments, but also offers excellent health benefits, special discounts on many products and services through the Discount Purchase Program, a lifetime monthly retirement annuity as well as Texa$aver 401(k) and 457 Programs under the Employees Retirement System of Texas. As a state-certified caseworker, you are guaranteed to increase your base salary by at least 10% each time you complete the training requirements and apply for the next level in the program’s career track. An additional benefit you will receive is 12 days of paid annual leave, 12 sick days, and the potential to earn up to four days of administrative leave each year. Your annual paid leave accrual increases as your tenure increases. Newly hired employees holding a Master’s Degree in Social Worker may qualify for an increase at the point of hire. HELP US MAKE A DIFFERENCE AS: A Child Protective Services Caseworker – SAO CPS Spec I Whenever a child must be removed from their home, Texas courts appoint Child Protective Services (CPS) to serve as a “Conservator” of the child. Conservatorship Specialists are a specific type of caseworker legally responsible for a child’s welfare whenever they are removed from their home and monitors children’s care while in CPS conservatorship. They work closely with parents, extended family, and legal parties to help children find a permanent, safe place to live. To explore more of what Conservatorship Specialists do, click here. To view a realistic online video about Child Protective Services workers and clients, please click here. You will also have access to a self-assessment that will help you determine if this type of work is something that is a good fit for you.

Essential Job Functions:
• Receives cases from investigators after children are removed from their homes, placed in CPS conservatorship, and placed in care outside their homes. • Determines each child’s needs and ensuring that appropriate referrals for testing, evaluations, records, or further assessments are made. Ensures all services are focused on achieving positive permanency. • Working with children, families, and communities to plan for a child’s permanency. • Identifying potential permanency resources for the child through ongoing contact with parents, family members, and other individuals the child and family identify as important to them. • Searching for potential kinship providers throughout the case. Completing home studies of a child’s family members or family friends (kinship providers) who might care for the child. • Meets with the parents to assess risk and safety issues, identify behavior changes necessary to achieve child safety, referring parents to appropriate services to address the identified needs to move towards positive permanency. Discusses with parents their progress towards making changes to behaviors that pose dangers to their child(ren). • Meets with children, parents, family friends, or foster homes in public as well as in their own homes. • Collaborates with a Placement Team, including Kinship staff, for placements, as needed. • Participates in meetings and conferences at times and places convenient for the family members as well as everyone involved in the case. • Visits children monthly to assess the child’s feeling of safety in their current home, to plan for permanency, and to discuss their needs, wishes, and progress while in care • Attends and participates in court hearings about the child and family. This includes contacting the parties in the case before hearings, preparing court reports, and testifying in court on the child’s needs, the family’s progress, and the department’s efforts to achieve permanency for the child. • Keeps the child’s, parents, caregivers, court-appointed attorney and guardian ad litem(s) informed about the child’s circumstances and significant events. • Works with the department’s attorney to prepare for contested-court hearings and trials. • Works with kinship caregivers and foster parents to ensure that they have what they need to care for the child or youth placed with them i.e., keeping them informed about developments in the case, returning phone calls, and in some areas of the state being available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week at certain times. • Transitions children home during reunification services and provides support to the family until the legal case is closed. • Supervises adoptive placements until the adoption is final or until the case is transferred to an adoption caseworker. • Using effective time-management skills to make sure all key tasks are done. • Documents case records by completing forms, narratives, and reports to form a written record for each client. • Develops and maintains effective working relationships between Child Protective Services staff and law enforcement officials, judicial officials, legal resources, medical professionals, and other community resources. • Performs other duties as assigned and required to maintain unit operations. • Promotes and demonstrates appropriate respect for cultural diversity among coworkers, clients, and all work-related contacts. • Attends work regularly in accordance with agency leave policy.

Knowledge Skills Abilities:
• Knowledge of child development • Knowledge of family dynamics • Skill in effective verbal and written communication. • Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. • Skill in problem solving techniques • Ability to operate a personal computer. • Ability to travel and attend child and family visits as well as other work related appointments and meetings after 5pm. • Ability to be on call on a rotating basis and work irregular hours. • Ability to work in an emotion-filled environment and which may require conducting home visits in isolated or high crime areas and may involve exposure to substandard and unsanitary living conditions.

For more information or to apply: Conservatorship Worker

Posted 10/03/2017


Administrative Assistant, Department of Family & Protective Services: The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) is responsible for protecting the unprotected — children, elderly, and people with disabilities — from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. DFPS accomplishes this responsibility by employing over 12,000 workers who live up to the agency’s Mission, Vision, & Values in service to the 27 million citizens of Texas. WHY WORK FOR DFPS? DFPS is not only a qualifying organization for the Service Loan Forgiveness Program, which forgives the remaining balance on college student Direct Loans after making 120 qualifying monthly payments, but also offers excellent health benefits, special discounts on many products and services through the Discount Purchase Program, a lifetime monthly retirement annuity as well as Texa$aver 401(k) and 457 Programs under the Employees Retirement System of Texas. An additional benefit you will receive is 12 days of paid annual leave, 12 sick days, and the potential to earn up to four days of administrative leave each year. Your annual paid leave accrual increases as your tenure increases. The position provides administrative support to unit supervisor and staff. The position interacts routinely with Texas Department of Family and Protective Services staff and the general public.

Essential Job Functions:
Performs data entry into IMPACT and other electronic programs and systems. • Answers and screens telephone inquiries; takes and routes messages and records intake information for referral to caseworkers. • Prepares and maintains statistical reports, leave and personnel records, case control systems, case records and related files for the unit. Functions as the unit timekeeper and will process purchase orders as directed. • Types correspondence, forms narratives, travel vouchers, meeting notes, performance evaluations, and other documents to support work of the unit and files related documents. • Provides program and agency information and/or makes referrals to other community resources. • Greets visitors, responds to general questions, and directs callers to proper location. • Performs other duties as assigned and required to maintain unit operations. • Promotes and demonstrates appropriate respect for cultural diversity among coworkers and all work-related contacts. • Attends work regularly in accordance with agency leave policy.

Knowledge Skills Abilities:
• Knowledge of computers. • Skill in using Microsoft Works or Windows environment. • Skill in working in an office supporting several staff members. • Ability to effectively handle multiple assignments in a dynamic environment.

Initial Selection Criteria:
• Graduation from high school or equivalent • One year full-time administrative support, general office, clerical, secretarial or Texas Department of Family and Protective Services experience. Acceptable Substitutions: • Thirty semester hours from an accredited college or university may be substituted on a year for year basis for the required experience

Apply Here Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Administrative Assistant

Posted 10/03/2017


Teach Thailand Corps (TTC) is currently open for early acceptance applications for May, 2018 appointments.   The American-Thai Foundation and Yonok Foundation of Thailand provide an opportunity for graduates of American colleges to teach in schools in less-developed provinces of Thailand. Successful candidates will work to improve the lives of Thai students and local communities in ways that will have an impact on the country’s continuing development, while gaining an enriching experience working and living in Thailand.

Our partner organization, Yonok Foundation, is an esteemed organization in Thailand with over 30 years of experience working with American teachers. Teach Thailand Corps provides an excellent foundation to support your goals of personal and professional development, in preparation for your future career.

We are seeking English teachers at the K-12 level, though there may be opportunities to teach other subjects, such as math and science, using English as the language of instruction.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

-Planning and executing creative and effective English classes

-Engaging in approximately 15-22 hours of in-class teaching per week, with an additional 15-20 hours a week spent at school planning, grading and building relations in the school community

-Attending and participating in community events, activities and projects

TTC PROVIDES:

-Housing

-A monthly stipend of 15,000 baht (higher than a typical starting salary in Thailand)

-Work permit and visa

-In-country teacher training, including an introduction to the Thai language and culture

-Ongoing on-the-job support for professional and personal challenges

-Expenses covered for domestic work related travel

**Scholarships for airfare support may be available to graduates of Oregon, Washington, and California universities.

BENEFITS OF LIVING IN THAILAND:

– Opportunities for internships in various fields of interest, including business, international development, public policy, social work, medicine, and public health during breaks or after end of year

– Enriching language and cultural experiences

– Immersion in an area endowed with rich culture and history and natural beauty

– Convenience to travel within the country and to other countries in the region

– Low cost of living—typical meals range from 20 to 40 baht (approximately $1); sit-down restaurant bill averages 100 baht ($3)

– Convenient local public transportation; motorcycles can also be rented for a low fee

QUALIFICATIONS:

-A bachelor’s degree in any field

-Strong communication/interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to establish positive relationships and be constructive team player

-Proven ability to be creative, energetic, and enthusiastic in a variety of settings

-Proven ability to be adaptable to new environments

-Arts, music, or athletics/sports ability helpful but not required

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Application deadline: April 30, 2018. Successful applicants will arrive in Thailand in late May of 2018 for orientation and training before beginning teaching in June. There is no application/acceptance/enrollment fee.

Application website: American Thai Foundation

Application requires:

– Resume

– Unofficial transcript

– 2 letters of recommendation

– Cover letter

– Completed application form

Email all materials to contact@americanthaifoundation.org

TTC OVERVIEW

Teach Thailand Corps (TTC), established by the American-Thai Foundation in collaboration with Yonok Foundation, focuses on strengthening the primary and secondary school education systems in Thailand, particularly in high-need areas. TTC places American graduates in underserved Thai schools as English language teachers. We believe that language skills are an essential foundation for a better life and a better world. Thai students equipped with English proficiency are positioned to succeed in school, work, and life, and to make an impact in their communities.

Additional information about the TTC program or its parent organizations can be found at http://www.americanthaifoundation.org/teach-thailand-corps

Posted 10/02/2017


Information Technology, Coryell Memorial Healthcare System, Gatesville, TX: 

Assistant Network Technician-FT               

Summary:
Provide technical support and system administration as part of a proactive team in a community based healthcare system in accordance with the organization’s strategic plan. Other duties include providing training and customer support to all departments throughout the system. Performs other duties as required or assigned.
All activities are assigned and directed by the Information Technology Director.

Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Install, configure and maintain computer hardware, software, peripherals and infrastructure
2. Perform concise inventory on hardware and software
3. LAN/WAN/Wireless design, configuration, installation and troubleshooting
4. Provide first level assistance with Microsoft Office applications
5. Setup user accounts and maintain proper security
6. Monitor backup processes
7. Conduct end-user training on current and new technologies

Qualifications:

Knowledge of the principles and techniques of automated systems processing; Microsoft Windows operating systems; diagnosing and resolving PC hardware and software problems; LAN/WAN design and troubleshooting; and proficiency with Microsoft Office applications. Must be able to communicate highly technical information in a clear and concise manner to both technical and non-technical individuals. Valid Texas driver’s license and a good driving record required.

Education and Experience:
College coursework in computer science and information systems and one year of increasingly responsible experience in working with and maintaining information systems, or any combination of training and experience that would provide the required skills, knowledge and abilities.

Click the following link to apply: Application

Posted 09/27/2017


Sales Associate, Ferguson Enterprises: Ferguson is looking for college graduates to begin as Inside Sales Trainees in locations throughout the United States. We pride ourselves on delivering world-class customer service, and you may be an ideal candidate if:

  • You want to understand the whole business.  We take pride in investing in our associates.  As a Sales Trainee, you will work from the ground-up to ensure you have a solid foundation of knowledge to excel in your sales career.
  • You want to build long-lasting relationships – with customers and coworkers.
  • You value teamwork, drive, and passion. These characteristics, found in our associates, are fundamental to the success and bottom line of our organization.
  • You want to be part of something big. Ferguson proudly supports our communities, families, military and educational initiatives. It’s how we make a positive impact to strengthen the communities where we live and work.

College of Ferguson: You will begin your career in a training location for 5 months alongside other trainees, where a proficient trainer will develop your skills in product and operational knowledge of our industry.

Upon completing your time in the College of Ferguson, you will be responsible for assisting with sales functions for existing and prospective customers in your final location.  Be prepared to develop and maintain customer relationships, present job quotes and provide accurate pricing/inventory information to customers.

A Bachelor’s Degree OR 8 years of active military service is required. Take the first step toward your career and Apply TODAY!

Click the following link to apply: Ferguson Sales Trainee Application

Posted 09/22/2017


Associate Pastor, New Hope Christian Church, Hutto, TX: New Hope Christian Church is a growing church in the growing community of Hutto, Texas located near Austin, TX. We are seeking to make a greater impact with the Gospel as we mature those who currently attend New Hope, while taking a greater role in reaching out to families and others to introduce them to the Gospel. Our Mission is to disciple people to live out and share the Gospel in their homes, the church, and the world. We are a family-oriented church and are looking for someone to lead our children and youth ministries and assist with other Pastoral duties, as necessary. We are next to an elementary and middle school and are excited about affecting the children, youth and families represented there and in the surrounding neighborhoods.
We are looking for a self-starter individual with a servant-heart toward children, youth, and their families. The Associate Pastor must have a people-oriented personality. The person shall have an unwavering love for Jesus and Scripture and a strong desire to work with children (ages 3 years – 5th grade) and youth (ages 6th-12th grade). Experience in building, growing, and maturing children’s and youth ministries in the local church is a must. The successful candidate should also have experience in developing and leading volunteer teams, ministries, and events and work well with budgets. Must be a team-oriented person and be desirous of growing in their own spiritual life and also in their ministry calling. The person shall demonstrate creativity in thought and practice and have a working knowledge of design elements and media. They shall possess a depth of scriptural knowledge and strong leadership, organizational, and communication skills. It is preferred that the candidate have a ministry degree and/or strong background in church ministry within the local church.
We are ready to bring on the driven individual who will be passionate about making a difference in the lives of the young generation with the Gospel knowing it will affect all generations.
Send Resume’ and Cover Letter to Michael Roepke, PO BOX 669, Hutto Tx 78634, or email to: information@newhopehutto.org. Contact for detailed job description.

Posted 09/13/17


Meysen Teaching Academy: MeySen Teaching Opportunity

Posted 08/07/2017


Supply Chain Management Development Program: DistributionNOW is looking for recent graduates with a positive yet aggressive attitude who want to gain experience in Sales, Operations and Supply Chain Management. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for serious graduates to grow their industry knowledge and experience in the Oil and Gas Industry! How does it work? The Supply Chain Management Development Program offers an entire year of a rotational experience traveling to different locations, learning various areas of the business while you grasp the overview of DistributionNOW’s business model, process and overall strategy. At the end of the one year program, you will be placed into a Sales or Operations role within DistributionNOW. To further explain how the rotations work, take a look at the different options available on your journey: Corporate Project in Houston, TX (three months) The project may be in one or more of these areas: -Global Sourcing (international sourcing & support and procurement) -Materials Management (transportation/logistics, materials allocation, content, pipe, supply chain, planning, and forecasting) -Business Development (marketing, account development, pricing, contracts, and sales) -Process Management (business process, bar code and customer support) Sales and Operations Rotations (one/two 3-6 month rotations) to include all of the following: -Sales and Business Development -Operations -Warehouse and Inventory Management -Product Knowledge -Financials -Product and Industry Knowledge -Customer Service.

Oral and written communication skills, both internal and external •MS Office skills (Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint) •Ability to initiate and adapt to change, and work as part of small and large teams •Detail-oriented, organized, objective, and analytical •Goal-oriented with the ability to multi-task under pressure in fast-paced work environment •Outgoing, self-motivated and willing to receive direction •Strong work ethic, integrity and dedication to results •Willingness to travel •Willingness to relocate within the US.

email your resume to lauren.duncan@dnow.com

Expires 10/30/2017


Based in California, L’adore is an international English teacher recruiting organization. We represent hundreds of high preforming educational institutions, as such, we can accommodate instructor request for specific teaching and location experiences. We are looking for native English speakers to teach in China starting September, 2017. More than 6,000 positions open to candidates. Find out more at www.ladoreland.com

Requirements:
1. Native English Speaker with bachelor’s degree
2. TESOL, TEFL or equivalent certifications
3. Great communication skills
4. Available to work evening hours and weekends
5. One year contract with hiring school

Benefits:
1. Annual pay: RMB 14,4000
2. Housing accommodation included
3. Airfare: one round-trip international flight ticket
reimbursed at the completion of one year contract
4. Free lunch with children on working days
5. Working visa, residence permits, foreign expert permit provided

We welcome all who like children and Chinese culture to join us. We would love to speak with interested candidates one on one, or we are available for groups in a seminar environment.

Updated 08/07/2017


Management/Sales Trainee (Entry Level)- Mid-Texas District: Sherwin-Williams is the largest coatings company in North America, and the third largest in the world. With $11 billion in sales, 4,000+ stores, and 90+ manufacturing and technical centers, we proudly serve customers in over 120 countries. Our 45,000+ employees across the globe are diverse, innovative and passionate. With a variety of rewarding and challenging opportunities, Sherwin-Williams is a great place to launch and grow a career. Find yours and join us today. If you’ve got what it takes to be a troubleshooter, marketer, trainer, systems analyst, creative problem solver, strategist, and an all-encompassing leader of the pack, you could be part of the Sherwin-Williams’ team. Our Management/Sales Training Program is designed to provide you with all the skills needed to build a successful career in management and/or outside professional sales. The Management/Sales Training Program includes self-study modules, structured on-the-job training, classroom instruction at our regional training facilities, as well as ongoing education throughout your career. Your training will encompass all aspects of store management, including paint and associated products, customer service, professional sales and marketing, credit and accounts receivable management, human resources management, profit and loss and merchandising management. After you complete the training program, you’ll be able to progress into paint store management positions. Our Assistant Store Managers and Store Managers oversee a million-dollar business, providing leadership and insight into the development and strategy of their store. Many Management/Sales Trainees choose a path that leads to a career in professional sales. In this role, they grow the company’s market share by selling to large, commercial users such as painting contractors, purchasing agents, manufacturers, and other commercial users who need large volumes of our high-quality products. Generally, sales representatives apply their trade in specific regions or territories. Management/Sales Trainees are eligible for professional sales positions once a track record of success within the stores has been established.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: -Must have a valid Driver’s License. -Must have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. You may apply for this position if you have your bachelors degree, or will obtain one within the next 12 months. -Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment without sponsorship for employment visa status. -Must be willing to work all scheduled hours which may include evenings and weekends, with or without reasonable accommodation. -Must be able to retrieve material from shelves and floor stacks and lift and carry up to 50 lbs. –Must be able to operate material handling equipment (e.g. hand truck, pallet jack, forklift, etc.). -Must be able to tint paint, therefore, must be able to distinguish the difference between colors. -Must be able to operate a computer and communicate via the telephone. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: -Prior work experience in sales or customer service. -Willingness to relocate for promotional opportunities. -Bilingual ability is an added plus. Come join the training program that will serve as the springboard for all of your career aspirations. We look forward to hearing from you! Who we are At Sherwin-Williams, we’re proud of the company we keep — our family of loyal employees. To learn about our company and our culture go to Sherwin.com/careers. Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race. color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, pregnancy, genetic information or any other consideration prohibited by law or contract. VEVRAA Federal Contractor requesting appropriate employment service delivery systems, such as state workforce agencies and local employment delivery systems, to provide priority referrals of protected veterans.

Apply to: nancy.l.barnes@sherwin.com

Expires 12/16/2017


Management Trainee, Enterprise Rent-A-Car: Regardless of college major or professional experience, nearly 100% of our full-time employees start out in our Management Training Program. This allows everyone to learn our business from the ground up and understand how they play a significant role in seeing it succeed. Once you’ve completed your initial orientation and training, you’ll be assigned to a branch office in your home area and the hands-on training begins. You’ll learn valuable business skills from capable mentors who were once in your shoes. Nearly 100% of all our managers and corporate executives started out as Management Trainees. During your first year, you will actively participate in everything from sales and marketing and customer service to operations and finance. As you progress, you will be tested and evaluated to determine your proficiency in these areas. Successful completion of these tests and evaluations will result in rewards, pay increases and the opportunity for continued promotions. As you progress, increasingly more opportunities will become available to you. You can choose, as most people do, to continue your rewarding ascent within our Rental Operations managerial track or you can explore one of many other exciting options including Fleet Management, Human Resources, Car Sales, Accounting, Marketing and more. As a Management Trainee, you are empowered to make business decisions that greatly affect your career as well as the bottom line. You’ll gain responsibility for developing new business and maintaining current relationships. You’ll be responsible for understanding cost control, reading your branch’s P&L statement and understanding what it takes to run a profitable business. You will also learn how to deliver superior customer service. We will teach you how to effectively communicate, influence and interact with all types of customers, vendors and co-workers. You’ll learn proper sales techniques to problem solving and conflict management. Those skills will provide you with the opportunity to market to local business partners and build solid, long-lasting relationships with key business decision-makers. In your development to become a successful manager at Enterprise, you’ll learn how to mentor, train, develop, manage and promote a staff of your own. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Monthly Salary: $4200.00

Apply On-Line at: https://careers.enterprise.com/

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