The Chemistry department has openings for lab assistants.
1 - 10 hours per week.
At least one semester of college chemistry required along with department training and approval.
Solution preparation, student assistance during lab sessions, upkeep of stockroom inventory.A full job description can also be found here.
The Theatre Arts department has several openings for Costume Shop student employees.
Weekdays. Assist in building and modifying costumes for theatre productions. Some basic hand or machine sewing skills required.A full job description can also be found here.
The Richlyn Librar has 4-6 openings for Student Assistants.
Approx. 10 hours per week, various times.
Assist librarians in serving HU community, primarily at the circulation desk.
Great organizational skills and comfortable with Technology.A full job description can also be found here.
The MCA Box Office has an opening for a BOX OFFICE ASSISTANT.
Approx. 6 hours per week, Tuesday and Thursday, 1-4 pm.
Freshman/Sophomore preferred, no theatre, DMA, or music students.A full job description can also be found here.
The Graduate & Professional Programs office has an opening for a MOODLE ASSISTANT.
Starting immediately, ending 5/21/21.
Approx. 10 hours per week, flexible hours Monday - Friday.A full job description can also be found here.
The Richlyn Library has an opening for a Historical Center Student Assistant.
Start immediately, ending May 15th. Approx 6 hours per week, afternoons.A full job description can also be found here.
Click to download Student Employment Resources. Must be included with application material.
Sales and Service Specialist: Bridgestone Retail Operations, Columbia City, IN
Who we are:
Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC employs over 22,000 teammates in North America and operates more than 2,200 company-owned stores. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, and Wheel Works. With 2,200 locations across America and over $3 billion in tire and auto service sales, Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build a career.
The retail Sales and Service Specialist (SSS) is a unique hybrid role for stores and is intended as a key pipeline for future career-growth within BSRO. This role is primarily responsible for serving the Boss (customer) through assessing the Bosses’ needs, recommending appropriate products and/or services, performing entry-level vehicle services, and ensuring Boss satisfaction through thorough and timely completion of services. Successful individuals in this role will learn all aspects of store operations and effectively flex between interacting/serving the Boss and efficiently completing basic vehicle service tasks as required.
• Customer service, sales, customer issue resolution- 75%
• Basic vehicle service tasks, Oil, tires, fluids- 25%
• Store operations, opening/closing, inventory, displays- as needed basis
Growth and career development role:
• May assist Manager or act as Manager-On-Duty in certain circumstances or to support development
• Will learn all aspects of store operations and flex between front/back shop tasks
• High School Diploma or equivalent
• Valid automobile driver’s license
• Customer service and career growth mindset
• Ability to complete required store education courses and modules required for this position
• Ability to learn and perform basic vehicle service tasks
• Ability to learn and operate store systems
Preferred Training and Experience:
• 2-year degree or non-traditional education through training program completion, certification, other exhibiting growth mindset
• Previous consumer retail sales experience
• Previous automotive experience a plus
• Previous management/supervisory experience a plus
Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career!
Musician: OCEAN COMMUNITY CHURCH: A CONGREGATION OF THE REFORMED CHURCH IN AMERICA, Manahawkin, NJ
We are searching for a permanent, part-time musician for a mainline Protestant church (Reformed Church in America) in Manahawkin, NJ to lead us with keyboarding/choral traditional music at our 11:00 service, Praise Band leadership at 9:00 a.m., starting up a children’s music program and facilitating special music, such as solos or small ensembles. Since we are currently livestreaming due to the Covid emergency, knowledge of computer technology would be greatly appreciated! We have a relatively new sound system including an electronic sound board with monitors and speakers. We have an electronic keyboard with a midi, a grand piano and a Rodgers organ from the 70’s (it still works!) for you to play.
Who we are:
We are a missional church with a significant local presence in the community with our food/clothing pantry on Wednesdays, meetings of small and large groups throughout the week and Worship services on Sundays. Our Pastor is not only a Reverend, but he is also a Doctor of Communications and teaches as an adjunct professor at Montclair State University. Visit our website: http://oceanchurch.net
Does this describe you?
We are looking for someone with a heart for Christ’s love, a personal spiritual life that expresses itself in the joy of music and the social leadership skills to work with imperfect people who love Christ also!
Please contact our church office at 609-597-5151 to let us know you are interested in this position. If you have a resume, please send it to The Rev. Dr. Philip J. Bakelaar, Pastor, via email attachment. firstname.lastname@example.org
Visitor Services Specialist: Science Central, Ft. Wayne, IN
Part-Time, $8/hr (increases to $9/hr after 3 month prob. period)
Involvement in an informal, hands-on, educational science center (physical, natural and applied sciences); represent Science Central as the first staff that visitors see when they enter the building; the position is responsible for presenting a positive and friendly image to all visitors during the admissions process (greet visitors, sell admissions tickets, communicate information about daily activities, promote and sell memberships) and during their visit (serve visitors at an information desk, handle Gift Shop transactions); daily visitor services activities include greet general public, school groups and special groups into the building; deal with issues such as lost kids or upset visitors in a tactful and patient manner; communicate Science Central policies, as needed; communicate with visitors and staff in a courteous and professional way.
Must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment; demonstrated ability to work independently, taking responsibility for the ever-changing needs of a sales/retail environment in a family-oriented atmosphere; must like people, comfortable and patient working with customers of all types, ages and backgrounds; cheerful and professional in attitude and appearance, prepared and flexible; responsible and organized; creative problem solver; sense of humor; interest in science; excellent communication skills; must have “sales” skills and comfortable encouraging the sales of memberships, Gift Shop merchandise, programs, events, etc.; ability to work and think in a busy and loud location of the center.
Experience handling money in a retail environment preferred; experience with sales; experience with and comfort in working with computers; ability to follow complex procedures, both written and verbal, with great accuracy; demonstrated ability to work independently and on a team; demonstrated time-management abilities evidenced through previous work experience; college classes helpful, but not required.
Varying, approximately 10-25 hours per week based on attendance; schedule will include weekdays, weekends, holidays and some evenings; must be flexible.
Exhibits Specialist: Science Central, Ft. Wayne, IN
Science Central is seeking a highly skilled and self-motivated jack-of-all-trades person to assist with daily and long-term exhibits maintenance, repairs and fabrication, building operations, and facilities maintenance. Work will occur in and on-site of a large historical building. This position requires experience in exhibits (interactive and static, electronic and mechanical), materials (woods, metals, plastics, electronics, etc.), facilities maintenance (HVAC, construction, electrical, plumbing, etc.), and exhibits and facilities cleaning. Primary duties will include – exhibit upkeep and repairs; daily operational activities such as turn-on and closure procedures for exhibits and equipment; perform regularly scheduled maintenance of exhibits, equipment and facilities; repair, maintain and install permanent and temporary exhibits and large-scale exhibitions. Secondary duties will include – building and facilities maintenance and cleanliness; purchasing and installation of exhibits components, and facility and cleaning supplies; care for and storage of museum property and equipment. This position requires high visibility work in a public facility, so must be friendly and like people.
Educational training (mechanical/electrical/industrial) and/or significant relevant experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the job; requires strong analytical, design, and planning skills; exceptional experience with hand tools and shop tools; strong communication and interpersonal skills; experience with all divisions of facilities and equipment; ability to complete multiple complex projects; effective organizational, prioritization and multi-tasking skills; knowledge of materials and electronics associated with interactive science exhibits; flexibility and capability to adapt to changing priorities and schedules; knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook) and related programs; ability to use a fork lift; valid Drivers License and a successful completion of Criminal Background Check is required.
The position requires frequent standing, walking, kneeling, stooping, climbing, balancing, pushing, and lifting; exposure to high and low temperatures, and outside weather conditions; exposure to loud sounds, heights, and moving mechanical parts.
Approx. 10-20 hours per week, irregular schedule, part-time position, non-exempt, schedule will include weekends, holidays, early hours and evenings, must be flexible.
Visitor Services & Volunteer Coordinator: Science Central, Ft. Wayne, IN
Science Central, a hands-on science center (physical, natural and applied sciences), is currently hiring a self-motivated, self-directed, creative, outgoing, and organized individual to help retain and grow its volunteer program, and assist with daily visitor activities.
Duties will include:
- Help recruit and orient/train high school, college and adult volunteers
- Help develop volunteer program, volunteer benefits, recognition, etc.
- Coordinate and maintain paperwork, and perform data entry and electronic records/reports
- Assist at the Admissions Desk and on the floor, greet visitors, sell admissions tickets, communicate daily activities information, promote memberships, handle Gift Shop transactions
- Act as the primary manager-on-duty on 1-2 days a week, including weekends
Comfortable with and interested in science and public education. Must like people, comfortable and patient working with visitors of all types, ages and backgrounds. Strong ability to multi-task and work in a high-paced, high-stress environment. Comfortable with computers and technology. Creative and a problem-solver. Responsible and organized, time- and detail-oriented. Able to work independently. Sense of humor.
Must possess at least two years of work experience and/or educational training working with people in retail, customer service, hospitality cultural sector, or related background. Experience with cash handling and cash register operations. Some post-secondary education is highly recommended. Experience in public speaking recommended. Skilled with Microsoft Office programs including Word and Excel. Successful completion of a Criminal Background Check.
Approximately 20-28 hours per week. Schedule will include days, evenings, weekends and holidays; must be flexible.
Hiring for two positions!
Case Manager: The Lighthouse Biblical Life Recovery Center, Fort Wayne, IN
Director of Rehab Services: The Lighthouse Biblical Life Recovery Center, Ft. Wayne, IN
1. Entry level third shift/weekends Case Manager; 40 hours a week, no benefits, $10 an hour. Must love Jesus, agree with our statement of faith, minimum of 2 years sober, be a servant leader who can led by example.
Wednesday: 10PM to 6AM
Friday: 10PM to 6AM
Saturday: 6PM to 6AM
Sunday: 6PM to 6AM
2. Director of Rehab Services – Salaried position, 2 years minimum sobriety, must agree with our statement of faith. Salary based on skill and experience. This is a new position and this person will supervise our 18 bed men’s facility with possible future expansion. Responsibilities include reporting to the founder, biblical counseling background, knowledge of addiction, able to oversee case management staff, is a person of peace, detailed oriented, loves Jesus and wants others to find true healing in Him through the gospel.
TV Producer: WPTA Television, Ft. Wayne, IN <Application Deadline: April 19, 2021>
Architectural CAD Detailer: Felderman Design-Build, Ft. Wayne, IN
Felderman Design-Build is Northeast Indiana’s leader in commercial and industrial designbuild construction
This position is responsible for producing construction ready drawings in a team focused and positive work environment.
Responsibilities would include, but not be limited to:
- Overview of project concept with design manager, interpreting design intent & project requirements
- Collaboratively screen and identify design for compliance with current building codes
- Engage cost estimators / project managers for budgetary considerations
- Collaborate with civil, structural, and MEP engineering firms as needed
- Produce construction ready drawing set(s)
Must be able to utilize AutoDesk Revit® modeling software, including:
- Floor plans, building elevations, section views
- Detail views, finish schedules, door schedules
- Preliminary foundation plan & related details
- Update and maintain drawing sheets with changes during construction
- Closeout at project completion with ‘as built’ drawing set
- Implement company design standards
- Research and suggest new technologies & products
- Promote best practice and ‘means and methods’ efficiencies
Proficiency with AutoDesk Revit® and AutoCad® software, Microsoft Office Suite, and Adobe Acrobat required. Must have degree(s) in architectural and / or construction technology. Motivated, self-starting applicants should also carry a positive attitude, be detail oriented, and be capable of multi-tasking when required. Previous experience in construction industry a plus, as are familiarity with rendering and graphics software platforms.
Ideal candidates should send a resume and cover letter to:
Felderman Design-Build, Attn: Human Resources, 5620 Coventry Lane, Ft. Wayne, IN 46804
Creative Video Specialist: Lifeline Youth and Family Services and Crosswinds Counseling, Ft. Wayne, IN
Full-time, Salaried, Exempt
General Statement of Responsibility:
This position plays a key role in supporting the life-changing work of Lifeline Youth & Family Services and Crosswinds Counseling. The Creative Video Specialist is responsible for creating communications as directed by the Communications Manager including industry-relevant videos, media content, website content, internal communications, business development and donor communications. This role will interact with internal and external audiences to clearly and effectively deliver the organization’s messages to employees, stakeholders, the public and the media. As a member of the communications team, this role will heavily support existing communications projects and help coordinate all content and video efforts required for Lifeline Youth & Family Services, Crosswinds and Lasting Change, Inc.
- Clearly and effectively create compelling content to inspire support for the mission of Lifeline Youth & Family Services and Crosswinds.
- Play a key role in digital marketing efforts and brand awareness campaigns through content
- Collaborate on all branding and communications efforts to effectively tell impact stories related to the organization’s mission and outcomes/impact.
- Work with graphic designers to create content for print and digital communications including emails, social media posts, print fliers and a variety of other materials as needed to support all departments
- Social media strategy: support the creation of engaging content to engage with our audience and support organizational goals while raising awareness about mental health
- Assist with developing strategies to engage key audiences including donors, sponsors, clients and staff.
- As a member of the Communications Department, serve as a gatekeeper of brand and key messages.
- Manage relationships with outside vendors as may be assigned.
- Special Projects: projects that are connected to the responsibilities listed above including fundraising events and/or internal company events.
- A bachelor's degree in film production, journalism, communications, marketing, or similar.
- Ability to, produce, write, shoot and edit video
- Proficient in Adobe programs including InDesign, Photoshop, Premiere Pro
- 3-5 years marketing or communications experience preferred with an emphasis in video production or photography and graphic design
- Strong ability to create consistent messaging across multiple platforms and share about nonprofit impact
- Demonstrated ability to create cohesive messaging that supports organizational objectives
- Confident communicator; ability to self-learn and be resourceful.
- Project management, time management, and organizational skills, and the ability to prioritize work.
- Knowledge and understanding of current trends in digital media/social media.
- Proficient in MS Office (Excel, Word, PPT)
- Team player willing to try new things, juggle a variety of tasks, and excited about supporting youth and families
Apply at this link: http://bit.ly/3pt4Oxv
High School English Teacher: Argos Jr/Sr High School, Argos, IN
immediate opening, full time
Please apply at this link: Argos Community Schools - Frontline Recruitment (applitrack.com)
Director of Music: Columbia CIty United Methodist Church, Columbia CIty, IN
This individual will be responsible for leading and coordinating the total music program of the church. As a leader, the Worship Leader is expected to lead in a manner that enhances the spirit of worship and prayer, and assists the congregation in praising and serving God. A successful candidate will have a vital and personal relationship with Jesus Christ and be committed to living and modeling a Godly lifestyle inside and outside of the church.
Spiritual Gifts and Qualifications Helpful for the Job
- Agreement with the core values of Columbia City United Methodist Church
- A love for Christ, His Word and the Church.
- A passion for worshiping God
- Experienced in modern worship with proficiency as a vocalist and an instrumentalist
- Able to articulate and apply a Biblical philosophy of worship.
- Organizational and communication skills
- Demonstrated ability to build, motivate and lead teams
- Experience with worship leading, organizing teams, selecting music
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Designing and Leading Times of Musical Worship
- Collaborates with the Pastor in developing God-honoring and people-impacting services
- Serves as the worship leader in Sunday services
- Designs high-quality musical experiences that have Scripture and mix the energetic, beautiful, and reflective music to facilitate authentic engagement with God.
- Communicates effectively in everyday language from the front
- Prioritizes the congregation’s participation in worship services.
Developing and Empowering Music Team
- The lead worshiper who puts God first and brings others along by discipling and inspiring them
- Recruits, trains and mentors volunteer musicians and vocalists.
- Values both people and product; excellence in both team dynamics and musical quality.
- Oversees volunteers, scheduling, chord charts, budget, volunteer substitutions, music for weddings, funerals, and other events as required.
- Takes a networking rather than "silo" approach to ministry
- Takes a "how can I help" approach to ministry, assisting in other areas of church ministry in accordance with the needs of the church and the gifts of the individual as directed by the Pastor.
Part-time/Full-time and competitive salary package based on qualifications and experience
Lead Pastor Rob Neel, Columbia CIty United Methodist Church, (260) 244-7671
Actuary: Milliman, Indianapolis, IN
- Paid Time Off (PTO) that starts accruing on the first day of work and can be used for any reason
- Funding of continuing education opportunities, exam registration, and study materials
- Study time for actuarial exams
- A 401(k) plan with matching program
- Profit sharing as a discretionary contribution to employees' retirement accounts
- Paid Parental Leave up to 12 weeks
The health care consulting practice located in the Indianapolis office of Milliman provides consulting services to a broad array of clients in the healthcare field with primary focus on Medicaid and Pharmaceutical consulting. We are looking for actuarial students to assist consulting actuaries with the development and use of actuarial models for pricing, reserving, and forecasting.
This position allows each employee to take on responsibility for client work while making meaningful contributions to projects and the firm. Our team members are independent problem solvers who care about the quality of the work that is delivered to clients and to each other. They take personal responsibility for their work and are motivated to succeed in their own careers as well as to help the firm succeed. We leverage these skills to create innovative solutions and share novel insights with our clients.
The successful candidate will review, organize and analyze statistical data; develop and utilize actuarial models; analyze healthcare costs and utilization data; and implement software solutions under actuaries’ supervision.
Our flat structure provides opportunity for self-motivated actuarial students to ask questions, learn fast, interact with leading experts in the field, and take on responsibility commensurate with individual professional growth.
- Analyze healthcare cost and utilization data using spreadsheets and databases
- Review, organize and analyze statistical data using Excel, R, SQL and SAS
- Draft client communications
- Examine benefit plan and insurance pricing
- Perform experience analysis and reserving
- Complete technical research and computer modeling
- Provide financial and statistical analysis
- Reconcile claims data and project future costs
- Support senior staff in strategic projects such as supporting clients through environmental changes or healthcare reform
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in actuarial science, mathematics, or another major with quantitative course work
- GPA of at least 3.3 or 2 years of full-time actuarial experience
- Previous actuarial or related internship experience is a plus
- At least 2 Society of Actuaries exams passed
- A desire to expand actuarial skills and be committed to obtaining Fellowship
- Knowledge of Excel
- Knowledge or training in computer programming language a plus
- SAS, and/or VBA experience is particularly useful
- Ability to quickly learn new software programs
- Strong time management skills
- Strong analytical, communication (written and oral), and organizational skills
- Excellent people skills with the career goal to be an actuarial consultant
- Results-driven orientation
- Willingness and aptitude for detail work
- Enthusiastic; helpful attitude
- Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines
Competencies of a successful actuarial student:
- Effective written and oral communication
- Organization and ability to manage and prioritize time without constant supervision
- Demonstrates effective listening skills and does not have to ask the same question twice
- Detail oriented, with ability to follow technical instruction
- Displays willingness and eagerness to learn
- Honesty in representing the steps taken to develop solutions
- Treats others with respect
- Approaches conversations ready and able to take notes
- Acts as a good representative of the practice both professionally and socially (social media, work events)
- Views constructive feedback with the goal of improving own work product
Milliman is among the world's largest independent consulting and actuarial firms. Our clients represent nearly every segment of stakeholders in the global healthcare system. We advise clients on a wide range of issues - from assessing the impact of healthcare reform on organizations or populations to providing insight into medical utilization. Our consulting work is supported by a powerful tool kit of data analytics solutions and an expert-driven, multidisciplinary team approach to deliver actionable insights to our clients. Starting positions in the Milliman Indianapolis Health Practice offer varied opportunities to develop both professional and technical skills. We are hiring a broad range of professionals across actuarial, data analytics, finance, consulting, and policy positions.
At Milliman, we focus on creating an environment that recognizes – and meets – the personal and professional needs of the individual. We offer a competitive benefits package which includes:
- Medical, dental and vision coverage for employees and their families, including eligible domestic partners.
- A 401(k) plan with matching program
- Paid Parental Leave up to 12 weeks
- Profit sharing as a discretionary contribution to employees’ retirement accounts
- Paid Time Off (PTO) starts accruing on the first day of work and can be used for any reason.
- Adoption assistance
- Milliman covers 100% of the premiums for life insurance, AD&D, and both short term and long term disability coverage
- Flexible spending accounts allow employees to set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for dependent care, transportation and applicable medical needs
Applicants must be presently authorized to work in the United States. Indianapolis Health Practice will not sponsor applicants for this position for the following work visas/statuses: F-1 STEM OPT, H-1B, J-1, TN, O-1, L-1, or E-1/2.
This position will be based out of the Milliman office in Indianapolis. Applicants must be willing to work onsite in the Milliman office.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)
Detail Oriented: Capable of carrying out a given task with all details necessary to get the task done well
Innovative: Consistently introduces new ideas and demonstrates original thinking
Self-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside help
Ability to Make an Impact: Inspired to perform well by the ability to contribute to the success of a project or the organization
Bachelors or better in Actuarial Science or related field.
GPA of at least 3.3 or 2 years of full-time actuarial experience
At least 2 Society of Actuaries exams passed
Previous actuarial or related internship experience is a plus
Computer Systems Administrator: IT Dept. for City of Bluffton, Bluffton, IN
Full-time. While the offices of the City are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, this position may require work beyond these hours and on the weekends and on holidays. It may also require the ability to drive Communication Center vehicles. Thus, a valid driver’s license may be required.
Job Description: The Computer Systems Administrator is responsible for administrating the computer and electronic systems for the City of Bluffton/Bluffton Utilities and the Communications Center for the Police and Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services (EMS). The Administrator is responsible for providing record keeping services.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Administers computer systems to include: troubleshooting and maintaining the network operations, computer hardware, mobile data terminal hardware and software systems.
- Administers the 911 records system and mapping equipment.
- Administers the building telephone system and all electronic equipment.
- Performs a variety of office support functions to include: printing reports and forms required and used by the departments, inventorying and ordering office supplies, and maintaining the operation of all computers and equipment.
- Other duties as assigned by the Mayor.
Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty according to the requirements of the organization. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.
Competencies: To perform this job successfully, all employees working in the City should demonstrate the following competencies:
- Customer Service – Responds to requests for service and assistance; Manages difficult or emotional customer situations focusing on listening without interrupting and keeping one’s emotions under control; Solicits customer feedback to improve service; Maintains confidentiality and meets commitments.
- Professionalism – Approaches others in a tactful manner; Reacts well under pressure; Treats others with respect and consideration regardless of their status or position; Accepts responsibility for their own actions; Follows through on commitments.
- Dependability - Follows instructions, responds to management direction; Takes responsibility for own actions; Keeps commitments; Commits to long hours of work when necessary to reach goals. Completes tasks on time or notifies appropriate person with an alternate plan.
Job-related Competencies – To perform this job successfully, employees in this job should demonstrate the following competencies:
- Problem Solving – Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; Gathers and analyzes information skillfully; Develops alternative solutions; Works well in group problem solving situations; Uses reason even when dealing with emotional topics.
- Leadership - Exhibits confidence in self and others; Accepts feedback from others;
- Judgment – Displays willingness to make decisions; Exhibits sound and accurate judgment; supports and explains reasoning for decisions; Includes appropriate people in decision-making process; Makes timely decisions.
- Oral Communication -Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; Listens and gets clarification; Responds well to questions; Demonstrates group presentation skills; Participates in meetings.
- Organizational Support - Follows policies and procedures; Completes administrative tasks correctly and on time; Supports organization's goals and values; Benefits organization through outside activities; Supports affirmative action and respects diversity.
- Adaptability - Adapts to changes in the work environment; Manages competing demands; changes approach or method to best fit the situation; Able to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events.
Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s degree (B.A. /B.S.) from a four-year college or university; or three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience; Previous computer/server maintenance experience is required.
Other Skills and Abilities: The following skills and abilities are either required or desired.
- Computer software skills required include: Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
- A working knowledge of computer and software systems used by the City is desired.
- A working knowledge of record keeping is required.
- A working knowledge of radio communication systems used for dispatching activities is preferred.
- The ability to operate and maintain a multi-line telephone system is required.
- The ability to operate a computer, printer, copy machine, scanner, fax machine, and other office equipment is desired.
- The ability to speak, read and write in English is required. Spanish is desired.
- The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.
- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel, and reach with hands or arms; and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; or walk. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and or move up to 25 pounds.
- Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision (clear vision at 20 inches or less), distance vision (clear vision at 20 feet or more), color vision (ability to identify and distinguish colors), peripheral vision (ability to observe an area that can be seen up and down or to the left and right while eyes are fixed on a given point), depth perception (three-dimensional vision, ability to judge distances and spatial relationships), and the ability to adjust focus (ability to adjust the eye to bring an object into sharp focus).
- Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.
- While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally is exposed to working near moving mechanical parts and the risk of electrical shock when working with office equipment. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
Application found at http://blufftonindiana.net. Submit cover letter and resume to email@example.com
Youth Minister: College Corner Brethren Church, Wabash, IN
Full time, salary package determined based upon education and years of experience in ministry. A nice church parsonage is available for housing and will be part of the salary package.
College Corner Brethren Church seeks a highly motivated individual who is passionate about reaching youth for Jesus. We are a loving church who wants to make an impact for Jesus in Wabash, Grant, and Miami county. The Youth Minister will work alongside the Lead Minister to see that the mission of College Corner is realized inside and outside our church. We are looking for an individual who can train and lead volunteers in the church to create a ministry where youth are trained to be life-long followers of Jesus. This individual should also feel comfortable going out of the building to various places where youth can be engaged. As well, this individual will possess abilities to communicate well, listen well, be a great team player, and desires to work in and contribute to a fun and loving environment. The primary purpose of the Youth Minister is to develop and implement a ministry for 1st-12th grade that introduces youth to Christ, disciples them in spiritual growth and trains them to serve Christ with their life. Of equal importance is to assist and empower parents/guardians in raising their kids to be spiritually mature adults. In accomplishing this mission, the Youth Minister will work together with all other staff and leadership and will fully support all the ministries of CCBC.
- A deep-seated relationship with Jesus Christ and a foundation to their faith that aligns with the views of our church.
- Passionate heart for youth and their families
- Gifts of leadership, teaching and administration
- Possess strong computer skills competency and ability and desire to learn and implement new technologies as needed.
- Self-motivated with strong personal time management skills and a commitment to excellence
Philosophy of Ministry:
- Be a leader who is both a team player and a team builder, working well with staff, students, parents, and adult volunteers.
- Assist in supporting the spiritual, emotional and personal development and spiritual maturity of youth by working with parents to understand and help them meet the needs of their children beyond youth ministry.
- Build relationships in the community(s) to build a bridge from students’ everyday culture to the gospel.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Develop and provide diverse programming for youth. This includes the coordination of regular youth meetings, Bible studies, Children’s worship, missions and outreach opportunities, camps, conferences, etc.
- Provide oversight, encouragement, and empowerment of youth and the adult volunteers in the ministry.
- Be involved with, as much as possible, the personal lives of the youth (directly and through adult volunteers).
- Create and maintain open communication with parents/guardians.
- Assure proper care of facilities used by student programs.
- Assist with preaching to allow you to connect with our whole congregation. (2-6 times per year).
- Build and maintain a team of adult volunteers who will build relationships with youth and serve as the “frontline” of ministry. Work under an Ephesians 4 model leading out by: recruiting, training, and retaining.
- Determine curriculum for teaching students.
- Be able to counsel, advise, and provide resources to youth and parents.
- Maintain an organized, balanced program throughout the year coordinated with other ministries and events at CCBC.
- Assure roles and responsibilities for all events are delegated and understood by adult volunteers and youth.
- Communicate with staff, parents, and youth in a clear and timely fashion.
- Determine and manage Youth Ministry budget, including as many plans for the year as possible.
- Establish and maintain a philosophy of youth ministry with clear goals and objectives.
- The Youth Minister, under the guidance of the Senior Minister, will meet monthly for prayer, support and accountability with goals and objectives.
- Take advantage of professional development opportunities
- Attend weekly staff meetings for prayer, communication, and planning.
Please submit your resume with references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Musical Instrument Key Mounter: Fox Products, South Whitley, IN
Full-time, health/vision/dental insurance, 401K, health savings account, short term and long term disability, life insurance, paid time off
Fox Products is a double reed manufacturing company servng clients around the world.
Soldering experience is preferred
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Classroom Teacher: New Song Mission School, Freetown,IN
Full-time, salaried, pay commensurate with experience and abilities
The purpose of New Song Mission is to equip at-risk children for life. Ministry Overview: New Song Mission, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit Christian ministry that provides vulnerable, at-risk children—many of whom are fatherless—with safe, loving homes, a tailored education, biblical guidance, and enriching experiences so that they will live wholesome, productive, and joyful lives in Christ. Through this holistic care, significant mentoring relationships, and the transforming love of Jesus, children will become fully equipped to fulfill God’s wonderful purpose for their lives. New Song’s educational campus community is located on 100 scenic acres in beautiful Brown County, Indiana where children live in a family-like, Christian environment, to the glory of God.
General Job Description:
The Classroom Teacher will educate students academically and support them spiritually, socially, and emotionally during the school day, as well as perform important administrative duties.
Duties and Responsibilities: The New Song Classroom Teacher is expected, by God’s grace, to fulfill the duties and responsibilities listed below.
1. Student Assistance
- Academic Instruction: Instruct students throughout the school day, primarily in K-12 Math, but in other subjects as well. (The students’ core curriculum is delivered through online instruction)
- Awareness: Be aware of the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students
- Daily Goals: Set daily academic goals for each student and help students to successfully achieve those goals
- Accountability: Teach students to be personally responsible and accountable for their school work
- Encouragement: Instill in students a positive attitude about their school work and give them confidence in their abilities
- Discipleship: Disciple students in Christ Jesus
- Mentoring: Mentor students by coming alongside them and teaching them social skills and good values
- Engagement: Engage students to promote a fun, cooperative, and positive learning environment
2. Administrative Responsibilities
- Online Curriculum: Learn and facilitate the use of New Song’s online curriculum
- Curriculum Development: Creatively develop and implement curriculum to enhance student learning
- Extra-curricular Activities: Creatively develop and implement extra-curricular activities to promote student health, social skills building, and the development of new interests
- Recording keeping and Reporting: Enter data regarding student achievement and difficulties
3. Classroom Management
- Student Behavior: Require students to act appropriately in the classroom and enforce classroom rules
- Student Responsibility: Teach students to take personal responsibility for their behavior and attitudes
- Student Discipline: Discipline students using New Song’s Discipleship Model with the prayerful hope and expectation that they will learn to fear and love the Lord, respect those who the Lord places in authority over them, and live according to God’s Word
- Classroom Atmosphere: Ensure that his or her classroom reflects a positive, professional, organized, harmonious, Christian environment
- Facilitate each student’s learning by coming alongside them, assisting students as they work through their online curriculum
- Provide tutoring to each student in academic areas with which they are having difficulties
5. Other Ministry Support:
● Communicating with houseparents and administrative staff
● Supporting the ministry in other important ways as needed
- Has received Jesus Christ as his/her personal Lord and Savior and demonstrates a mature faith in the Lord
- Has a teaching degree from an accredited college or university, preferably with an emphasis on Math and/or Science
- Has the ability to engage students to successfully promote their education
- Is able to teach Math up to Algebra 2 level and middle school and high school Science courses
- Has demonstrated a desire to work with children and youth
- Willingly come under the administrative leadership of New Song staff supervisors with an attitude and desire to learn and grow
- Is strongly committed to working within the policy framework and best practices of New Song. Must be highly collaborative and have a desire and ability to promote unity within a ministry team
- Personal characteristics: Possesses a flexible disposition, works well with others, has strong interpersonal skills, good discernment, organizational and processing skills, is honest, dependable, hardworking, and can work with humility under the supervision and directions of others
- Statement of Faith, Culture, Guiding Principles, & Core Values: Commitment to New Song’s Statement of Faith, Culture, Guiding Principles, & Core Values Statement
- Physical Capacity: Has the physical capacity to fulfill each of the duties and responsibilities listed, as well as physical activities such as general lifting, light athletics, and school outings
- Continuous Learning: Demonstrates the desire and ability to continually learn and grow in the position
- Valid Driver’s License: Has and maintains a valid driver’s license and is able to operate a ministry vehicle to transport children without restrictions
- General Qualifications: Meets the general qualifications outlined in New Song’s personnel policies
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Coordinator of Youth Ministries: Faith Chapel United Methodist Church, Huntington, IN
part time, 15 hours/ week, salary is released during phone screen, not eligible for employee benefits
Lead a comprehensive ministry to students in middle and high school. The Coordinator of Youth Ministries encourages students to love God and one another in Christian community, empowers growth as disciples, and equips them to live out their faith boldly. This person provides leadership, vision (in accordance with the vision of the church), and programs for youth ministry at Faith Chapel. The position reports directly to the lead pastor.
- Strong faith in and love for Jesus Christ.
- The ability to communicate faith with students as to encourage commitment and discipleship.
- Ability to work with, relate to, and lead students from different backgrounds and personalities.
- Excellent verbal and written communication, time management and budget management skills.
- Ability to plan, organize, and lead scheduled and spontaneous activities related to youth ministry.
- Competence in mentoring and listening skills.
- A self-starter willing to work cooperatively with others and be flexible in solving problems.
- Understanding of and commitment to United Methodist theology and practices.
- Regular attendance at worship is expected.
- Plan, coordinate and conduct all aspects of youth ministry (i.e. weekly lessons, mission trips, retreats, Sunday school)
- Develop relationships and maintain regular communication with parents and students.
- Provide opportunities for students to develop spiritually
- Provide opportunities for students to mature in discipleship, leadership and service.
- Recruit and train volunteer youth workers to develop mentoring relationships with students.
- Be an advocate for students to the congregation regarding their hopes, concerns, and needs.
- Serve as a liaison between Faith Chapel and the schools and other community groups.
- Encourage and equip students to reach out to unchurched friends.
- Work cooperatively with church staff.
- Communicate all calendar information to the Administrative Assistant.
- Attend regularly and specially called staff meetings, and other meetings as requested.
- Work within the youth funds.
- Other responsibilities as determined and communicated.
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Administrative Assistant: Star Excavating, Huntington, IN
part-time, $400/week, performance-primarily bonuses, medical and dental coverage after 90 days.
We are seeking a dependable, friendly, extraordinarily organized multi-tasker to enroll in our robust group. This candidate will be the face and voice of our employer and the driving pressure in imparting top-notch, friendly service. The candidate we are looking for is enthusiastic, energetic, great and calm beneath pressure.
- Answer incoming calls with a pleasant, upbeat demeanor
- Quickly identify and course calls to the proper department
- Manage general enterprise voicemail and right away relay messages to right team members
- Take special messages and directly and successfully supply to the best department
- Interface with carriers and the general public
- Manage key system, ensuring right get entry to for all vendors and property management crew
- Excellent written and oral communication abilties
- Excellent phone and client service capabilities
- Good computer abilties and working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
- Ability to deal with a fast paced environment
- Ability to multi-venture and prioritize competing demands
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Desktop Support Specialist: KSM Consulting, Indianapolis, IN (offices in Ft. Wayne, IN)
- Looking for alumni, recent graduates, Spring 2021 graduates with background in desktop and IT support
- Full-Time, starts hourly then moves to salaried with full time benefits in June 2021
- Must be willing to work onsite in Ft. Wayne downtown offices
Pay and Benefits:
We compensate well and show our appreciation in lots of ways including Thursday Throwdowns, quarterly employee events, Community Day, and family outings.
We have a great benefits package including four weeks of paid vacation.
Our comprehensive wellness program includes team recreation activities and wellness reimbursement.
At KSM Consulting, you are bigger, bolder, and brighter. You bring innovative ideas to the table, and you learn from the experts sitting beside you. You stand on the shoulders of giants and on some days, you are the giant. That’s what we call…
At our growing Indianapolis-based technology, data, and management consulting firm, you’ll be exposed to the latest industry trends as well as some of the most challenging problems our clients face. And through deep understanding, tenacity, collaboration, and know-how, you help those clients find the solution that’s right for them. In everything you do, you’ll help your clients, colleagues, and communities thrive.
To help continue our rapid growth and solve our clients’ toughest problems, we need a Desktop Support Specialist to join the team. If you love to solve problems and add value, please consider what your typical days might look like…
- You will provide amazing support to our clients, greatly exceeding the experience of what anyone else has ever done for them.
- Build and install PCs and peripheral devices (such as printers, scanners, mobile/smart phones) related to desktop infrastructure, in accordance with department standards.
- Provides advice and guidance to colleagues regarding incidents and tasks.
- Maintain installed PCs and peripherals with routine maintenance.
- Identify, log, and resolve technical problems with software applications or network systems.
- Ensure that work is carried out within agreed service levels and in accordance with department guidelines.
- Explain and document technical issues in a clear way to clients.
- Install & troubleshoot software.
- Track inventory of equipment.
Some of the qualifications and skills we are expecting include the following:
- We require at least 1-3 years of experience as a Desktop Support Specialist or similar role.[SE1]
- Ability to install, fix, replace computer hardware.
- Knowledge of Windows 7 and Windows 10.
- Be familiar with Microsoft SCCM and Microsoft Office applications.
- Must be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment.
- Must be able to follow instructions and have good communication skills.
- A+ Certification recommended, relevant Microsoft certifications are a plus[SE2] .
- This job entails moving computers, monitors, printers, and other IT related equipment.
- Must be able to lift up-to 50lbs.
- Must possess a valid driver license and pass both a drug screen and background check.
- Other relevant technology skills and knowledge bases.
Application page is located here: http://smrtr.io/4SmLF
Student Marketer - Sales and University Support (SMSU): Red Bull Indiana, Ft. Wayne, IN
part-time, undergraduates only, paid
The SMSU will work with our sales and marketing team to increase awareness of the product in the great Fort Wayne area by visiting accounts in the territory. We are looking for students who are entrepreneurial and dependable.
Detailed Job Duties and Application:
Office Assistant: Huntington Sheet Metal, Huntington, IN
part time, up to 20 hrs a week, $400/weekly
-Handling Accounts Payable/Receivables
-Coordinating product shipping and receiving
-Ordering office supplies
-Having an understanding of QuickBooks Pro is a plus, but is not necessary
-Running errands is necessary within this role (including picking up samples, making small deliveries/returns)
- Task-Oriented, with the ability to initiate the follow-through for task completion
- Highly-organized and detail-oriented with the ability to organize your workflow and prioritize accordingly.
- Able to work independently
Interested applicant should reply with resume to (Ashleymorgan@contractor.net)
Custom Chemical/Fertilizer Applicator: Crop Fertility Specialists, Bourbon, IN
Full time with extended hours during busy season
Crop Fertility Specialists (CFS) located in Bourbon, Indiana is an independent agricultural retail facility that provides crop inputs to local farmers in the area. Ideal candidates are dedicated individuals that have an interest in agriculture and are willing to learn. The applicator is responsible for applying dry fertilizer and pesticides according to recommendations made by the sales staff and product label recommendations. In this position, the applicator will operate various application machinery as well as perform maintenance on that equipment. The applicator will also assist in general plant maintenance to help maintain the facility.
- Blend and custom apply fertilizers and agricultural chemicals based on recommendations and label directions.
- Calibrate application equipment.
- Clean and maintain application equipment, tender equipment, and the facility.
- Perform regular maintenance on various equipment around the location.
- Keep facility, equipment, application, and maintenance records as required.
- Attend applicator workshops and continuing education meetings to maintain pesticide applicator license.
- Handle and deliver bulk and packaged chemicals and fertilizer as well as seed.
- Load and unload products on delivery trucks.
- Other work-related duties as assigned.
- Inquiring individuals must be able to frequently lift 60 pounds.
- Commercial Applicator’s License required.
- Class A or B CDL with HAZMAT preferred but not required.
- Must have a clean driving record.
- Must be able to meet the physical and medical requirements of DOT along with passing a drug screen.
- Be a team player and have the ability to work extended hours during the busy season.
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Staff Nurse: Heritage Pointe of Huntington, Huntington, IN
- Must be a graduate of a State Approved School of Nursing and have a current nursing license in the State of Indiana
- Must know all aspects of basic personal care, medication administration, treatment procedures, preventive, restorative, and therapeutic techniques.
- Must have knowledge of medial asepsis and sterile technique.
- Must have interest in and be able to communicate effectively with aged and ill residents with a variety of chronic illnesses or emotional disorders.
- Must be able to communicate effectively with visitors, supervisor, co-workers, and work under direct supervision of charge nurse.
- Must be able to maintain confidentiality of resident's condition and personal affairs.
- Execute physician's orders thoroughly and safely.
- Administer and document all types of medications, according to pharmacy and drug administration policies and procedures.
- Contact physicians and/or pharacies, as necessary, for orders or prescription needs.
- Receive telephone orders from physicians.
- Perform all treatments ordered by physician. In addition, perform naso-gastric and gavage feedings, insertion of straight and Foley catheters and naso-gastric tubes, administer special skin care procedures, sterile dressing changes, monitor I.V. fluid administration, and oral-pharyngeal suctioning.
- Monitor resident for expected and untoward responses from medication and therapeutic measures.
- Conduct assessment and document when change in condition is noted.
- Assist with admission assessments and formulation of the plan of care.
- Contribute information for revision in the resident plan of care.
- Coordinate treatments with nursing assistants to provide comprehensive, effective and efficient resident care.
- Practice good personal hygiene and adhere to dress code.
- Follow facility infection control policies and procedures.
- Report defective equipment or other potential safety hazards promptly.
- Maintain attitude of courtesy, tact, and helpfulness when dealing with residents, visitors, physicians, consultants, therapists and other staff.
- Use proper telephone etiquette.
- Maintain confidentiality of resident condition and personal affairs.
Pay is based on experience from when Nursing licensed acquired. Shift differential is paid for 2 nd and 3rd shift.
Dietary Server: Heritage Pointe of Huntington, Huntington, IN
full time or part time
Dietary server will take food and beverage orders and efficiently delivers items to dining room guests.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Promptly and warmly greet guests in the dining room; takes food and beverages in an efficient manner, following established steps of service.
- Delivers food promptly and professionally; maintains safe food handling and sanitation standards. Follows up periodically to assist with any additional needs or requests.
- Demonstrates complete understanding of menu items and ingredients. Advises guests on appropriate combinations of food and drinks when requested; accommodates reasonable requests and notes preferences. As needed, demonstrates knowledge of specialized diets and allergens.
- Communicates directly with back-of-the-house staff to ensure that orders are delivered correctly and special requests are accommodated.
- Exhibits exceptional communications skills and demonstrates ability to get along well with others. Remains flexible and patient when communicating with guests and staff.
- Collects tickets and follow proper cash-handling procedures.
- Promotes a clean, safe and neat environment for guests.
- Maintains a high level of sensitivity and confidentiality regarding personal or medical information that is shared.
- Promptly addresses complaints or issues; relays relevant information or complaints directly to supervisor.
- Ensures that the dining room is properly set up prior to and after the service period; keeps area clean and neat while meeting established sanitation standards.
- Operates a variety of equipment, including fire extinguishers, telephones, iced tea/soda machines, soup wells and coffee machines.
- Works with staff of other departments to perform job duties during special events and functions.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Text to Apply: Send JOB to 75000. Requisition ID Number 439445
Certified Nursing Assistant: Heritage Pointe of Huntington, Huntington, IN
The certified nursing assistant is responsible to provide resident care under the supervision of the Charge Nurse, follows established facility policies and procedures, and coordinates resident care with other personnel and families.
High School Diploma or GED is desirable. Must be able to read and write. Completion or enrollment in ISDH 105 hour Nursing Assistant Training Program.
- Assist the resident with personal care, such as bathing, oral care, grooming, toileting, ambulating, and skin care.
- Assist the resident with eating and drinking, as needed.
- Care for the resident's environment, according to facility guidelines.
- Takes and records vital signs and weights.
- Maintain safety for the resident at all times.
- Observe and report abnormal signs and symptoms.
- Assess food and fluid intake. Document as needed.
- Lift, move, turn, and transfer residents.
- Identifies special resident problems and reports immediately to Charge Nurse.
- Identifies safety hazards and emergency situations and initiates immediate action.
- Participates in monthly in-service programs to maintain certification with the ISDH Nurse Aide Registry.
- Demonstrates an attitude of cooperation and enthusiasm in resident care duties.
- Greets residents and families by name in a kind and caring manner.
- Answers call lights promptly and kindly.
Pay is based on experience from CNA Certification received. Shift differential is provided to 2nd and 3rd shift.
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